New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
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Title: New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
Alternate title: New England palladium and commercial advertiser
New England palladium & commercial advertiser
New=England palladium & commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Young, Alexander, 1768?-1834
Minns, Thomas, 1773-1836
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: April 11, 1820
Publication Date: 1815-1840
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 )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 45, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1815)-v. 82, no. 4816 (May 1, 1840).
General Note: Title varies slightly.
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily New England palladium
Preceded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1803)
Preceded by: Boston evening bulletin, and United States Republican (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)

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N1n. Pr-estN,
I SEN1) you a few plain refleelions th11t havt
occtrred-fto, m on reading a Hu! to reganlale thi
duties on Imports and for other IIrp-poses, lvtely re
Iploted Iby Mr. Ialdwin, as Chairman tI' a Comrn
inittei; f the l!aiUe of fleli-sontalivs of Ite U.S
Should thlia becmne a law, it will supersede, an
act passes fair t(lie snifm plurpos, while tnokeffee
afieai the )1llh day of June, 1818, thlt act siperse
ded an act passed on repealing lthe double duties
the enacting nt which superseded the tariff wflich
had hieen stationary nor so ma ny years previous
and under which commerce and the revenue pros
perId wilth tiiex'rnpled success. Change in ays
erms, i lit all times dhangeroni-ordei,- precision
rocd egUalariity are essential--withnUlot them n seel
tiimi andl harvest, summer and winter,"' would
te:a-a (- lf.,iiw ia ch ollan i ra r : : .a r. aaK
n oll kl t -i' IW Tl mi' .'I' i ,1 ,, .1 0 i .' i
teO,,:'- iu ,I htiiic ii ia.unfi'ovc 1t61 ,1 M d" e, 17.p.
plic-'lite in the p!ihyseal worid,it i' not liress in-
ti1 moal ad political. Thi' rffree til-en of an-
oahar tamr;ff before Ihosr' -n- hes Ol'a ol' will
vhiehi we followed the corpse of its predecessor',
predecetsor, will le iijunrions, as it will teach cnim
i mercial mien to consider it not as a sethed systern
on which they can defend, and found their ealcut
lalions. but as new link in theli cobweb chains ,
exp-irhniae;t. Under such a belief, who will adven.
ture his property abroad, not knowing but that 'an.
other, anid ianinther, soild another change in the illu
ties ti wlthi its returns will be subjected, may oc-
cur, occasioning him nnexpi.cted and incalculable
losses before his plans can le secomplished-this
view of the subject, if the bill passes, will not be
hypothetical The first sday of its existence, will
place on the bonds and books of the customIhouse,
from thence to be transferred to the Mnerchanlt'
ledger, a solemn recurdof its truth. Many voya-
ges underltken, I cannot say on the old tariff, but
on the tariff of 1818, undertaken some of them 12
months, some of them 12 days ago, cannot be ac-
cmplished before tlie ulditional duties' will have
l4id the axeofdrestruetion to the roots, not of the
lirofits of the importer, but of his cpital-.-tbr it is a
solemn truth (the causes here need not be traeiled)
that even under the present rate of duties, there is
scarcely aU, article imported without loss. Silks
froni China by thie projected law, are to pay double
their present duty, aral will not on this lday com-
masd a greater advance on their cost there than
30 per centum, the exact amount of the tduly con-
tempilatedl in thie bill, leaving thie inerchaiat to
mourn over the capital flie eaph;li.v-d m tuthis ago,
now to be lessened (if not entirely, principally
Iih-.ii thdie operitiot of a new and unexpected
E-.riTf) ty the total loss of interest, freight, commis-
Dions; storage and insurance. nlit the i-justice of
the bill stops not here. Silhs from other places
than beyond the Cape of Good Hope, -nre. nt sub-
jected by il to tiny specific duty, and ofi course will
,pay but twenty perrenlom duIlty, with an addition
of only ten per'centum on their cost-whilst those
beyond the Cape df Good Hope are to pay thirty
per ceintumi, with an addition of twenty per centum
oa their cost giving a clear bounty or preference
after the 30th of Jnne next, to Silks from France
overt hose from China of fourteen per centum.-
Surely if there are reasons for this preference, of
-which I ami.ignuoant, it would be bat bare justice in
Ihe government, to exempt froin this in, quality the
duties that will accrue on the cargoes of vessels that
hid departed fur Chila previous to ther enacting of
"-',,--w I law.
-, Brown Sugars cost in'.the West Indies eight dol-
Iars per cwt. and biy tiae contemplated tariff are to
pay an additional duty of one dollar..anl. twelve,
cents per hundred, m takingl a total duty of f..ur iol-
'las aid forty-eight cents for ai every punuths-
this, added. to the cost in th e West Indies, produ-
cea a cost here, exclusive of interest, freight, com-
tossions, insurance sant shipping charges, of i'elt'e
dollars aod forty-eight cents per 112 Ihs. Grot-
jan's price current will tell the rest. These instan-
ces rsy serve--they are n It solitary-the total list
of imports with slight' variations, lead to thte amen
melancholy result.
If it should be answered, that the increase of du-
ty will not injure thie importer, 'but be paid by the
conaulie', I say,,how can that be, when the duties
now pid under the law of 1818, are out ofthe pock.
et ofmthe iimporler-wilth as mnucL truth it might
be assertedl, that a load should be nmade lighter by
an addition lotils weight. If it be said, lthat the
thing will regulate isttif, and that the merchants
will be taught by their losses not to overtraide and
inundatle the country ilh more gods than can be
CewLiuimel or exportedm-I answer, well, leave it to
r.galstae itself, unhurthineC d with new incumbrain-
cea Let the government, if they must increase the
dutnies, at least preserve lhat regard for the interests
of theli purveyors of the revenue, which justice dic-
tateas-let Ihem r-x'mpt fiotin the operation of the
additional dies, the returns of voyages predicated
oin the existing order of things. Let the new tariff
be aplicl.ible to voyages u undertaken with a knowl-
edge-uoits existence. All obligations are recipro-
cal, tlc relative duties of parent and ehild are so-
the connexion oft gove rnors and governed is so--the
eitizhn owes obedience to the laws of lais country,
bia there is tn implied obligation, that those laws
shall not ble m ade (yratisical nr oppressive.. When
they leconirso, whlAt follows ? Let tire history- of
this country tell.
The advocates of the system may theorize, and
rerline uponl a thousand dreams of greatness, but I
fu.r, iad appeal to the state of our markets and gen-,
t'rral sit mtiiio orithe country fobrpreof- that the eIt
fei.cs of the increased duties will be immediateloss,
pelh;aps ruin, tn numbers who have ordered goods
ettno arrives ;n which they will have to pay an ui-
expected aid uunust increase o'tlduies--thair losses
or ruin .will be elt by those connected with thieni
ship-builders, rope-makers, blacksmiths, porters,
captains, seamen. Society is made tiup of connect-.
ed links, and breaking one,i breaks a th ousandh.
The losses of these classes will be but the prelude
to another scene, which I unwillingly look upon.-
Under increased duties, imports enteiteil at the cus-
tom-house will rapidly cease--clandestine, smug-
gled imports will rapidly increase--the honest man
will either be ruined by the sets of a government
to which lie paNil obedience, (but which in retu-n
faigot to think ofhim)-or iflhe escapes tat dread.
filb fate, ihe will be condemned to, inactivity, or his
accustomed avocation thus cut off, must in hIisa man-
hood, or perhaps in his old age, commences appren-
ticeship in some untried,s ltherio unknown, and
therefore to him, perilous occupation.
To the smuggler, a wide field will be opened,
limniledmily ly theextent of the line voramencing
at tihe lakes or the north, and rutiaing through all
tlie interiediate h'ayverses, creeks, coasts and in-
let', to the nnuti of' the Missisipp'.
Goods thsus introduced without having paid sny
duty, will bha sold at a lower rate th'a the ,Manufa c-
turers ot our eom ctmn lr' can possibly afford. It
is to be feared, the bilt, if csrried into effect, will be
pi'odhuitve ofih jsirt vexatioa, lose anal rutain, liuose
a 'ha, calculating on the prelenm rate of duties con.
tinuing, h-ve ordered goods that cannot arrive be-
fate the SOih oh Jl.i-s next.

"l'OI.aICCO,.-lhs use was forbidden i-i many
cOttm'i;es nailter severe pecuniary penalties; but
is 163i. soaking wvs forbidden in ltussia, under
{thi an, of hIving iag eh ose in ut ff" P0,|e Urban
Vlll. issued a bull of excommiuica.tion against all
who took aruiffin churtihi siad Inaocea t Xl. exnom-
tiireeaair'd .Ilt wilo should either iske sinuffor lobbac-
co ii tIhe ahlauacli of St. Peter, at loume.

ItLwas livis-lo wao" commanded tlle patriot
I.iirCes thaita nat-itrd Algeziras, St. Roote amid
-; a. P voaiuntarily ev;'cuted 54 two
1' "' i i- '! i ller operations, and he
!ais l Srob..:,' d.'-- I lC sa ieas to Malaga, and I
a.a.a,,<. i -L'" a !., ; ,;,.,, as -. was s ,aid to be his in- j
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= /n Alarm, Sclf-working Fire Engine.
THE- Subscriber takes this method to in-
form the Public that he has received letters
patent from the Pres:deat ofthe h"rited States,
bearing date March 28th, 1820, fot an improve-
e meant in Engi'nes for extinguishing fire, and
now offers rights for sale to City Corporationis,
Factory Companies, or individuals, as may.ap-
. ply. This LEgime is calculated to extinelishl
n fire in separate partnments, or in every p.I. i-
t meant of any large buid:.ng. It will never up-
" rate without assistance, Unless a fire should
' take Flace ; it is the fire that then operates
Supon the Engine, and causes it to throw water
sufficient to extinguish a fire at its commence-
. ment, if at the dead hoars. of nigfit,'at tihl;
,same time giving atn alarm like thie report of
I one or more r ntiskets.-
I Furthermore, the same principle, with a. tri.
Sling aid,optrate4 to protect any wooden build-

wise, Factories may be proetecd in sucli a
manner that they cannot be set on fire- by -an
s incendiary to do any great damage, for it will
* take water from thle pond and shower tClc
whole il.h1'1;n'.-, if there be no person present,
" should a fire commence, and continue the
f shower until some person checks the same by
shiuttitag a gate.
The expense of erecting an engine for an a-
partment with one globe will not exceed 3 dol-
e lars, and for a Factory, in a perfectly secure
s manner, from 300 to 500 dollars, according to
e size and situation. Apply to
1 EL. BRYANT, or
a I. THOMPSON, of New London.

The following statement may be'relied on,
and can be proved by the testimony of at least
four persons. The cuw, belonging to Mr. H-e-
zekiah Tuttle, of Hinesburg, to which was a-
warded the 2d premium at the cattle show in
Burlington, by the Hon, Committee of the So-
5 city in Chittenden County--the milk, after
taking out what was necessary for a family of
five persons, was set, in the month of Feb-
"ruary, for butter, a l.1 produced the four first
days 10 1 4 Ibs. of butter-the next seven days
produced 13 1-2 lbs. of butter-making in e-.
leven days 23 3-4 lbs. of butter--and in less
than four weeks the whole produced was up-
wards of fifty pounds, besides l-ie milk and
cream necessary for the family. Said cow is
half.blooded, of the Bakewell beef breed, or..
short horn lank shin. Any gentleman that
disputes thle above statement, can be furnished
Switch satisfactory evidence.
1linesbarghi, .Aarch 23, 1820.

Successful Cuitivation.--Mr. Julhn G. Har.
den, owns a lot of fourteen acres of- land in
Bristol, R. I1 on which are a 0', ll 1.i.-a ..-.
three barns, and a shop. The last summer,
(1819) he rented a lot of the same for t 'en-
Sdollars, and cultivated the remainder,',which
proditicad as follows !---
18600 bunicta-e onions, 5 loads, pampkmis,
100 bushels corn, 300 heads cabbages,
100 do. potatoes, 2 bushels beans,
40 do. beets 1-2 bl. currant wine,
40 do. Fr turnips, 40 lbs. onion seed,
100 do. round do. 1 2 bush. beet seed,
10 tons English hay.

ROMa TH ALABAMA "9U~N," JA.. 12, 1820.

S Signs of the Season at the JYorth.
The a.-r.I...a i ... multitude of Robins, which
have within a few days arrived'here, indicate
an unusual severity of weather in the northern
latitudes. -Birds of passage, especially the
Robin-red-breast,emigrate southerly as winter
approaches, according to the degrees of cold
and the supplies. of food- further nolli.-.-
These birds are not seen here every winter,
biut visit us occasionally. They were never
seen in greater numbers than at present.-"
Our forests and fields for a few, days past have
been clouded with them. For several miorn-
ings the woods have been so filled with their
music as to render Janutary here like the
month of May in N... L-... i J.

Lucid Resolves.-The following are a couple
of the Westchester county resolutions, as
they appear in the Argus. In the second one
it is difficult to say whether the writer is most
to be admired for his knowledge of arithmetic
or the pungency of his wit.
Resolved, That De Witt Clinton,has forfeit-
ed all claim to our support, and by hia mea-
sures, imperiously demantle [who demand ?]
a change of men.
jReseoledr,That we are repugnant to the twist.
ings and winding of this crookede d and peri-
verse generation of politic'qua, and know not
how to account for their strange management
-unless it shall be more fully developed by-
that mysterious and newly discovered rule of
arithmetical progression, by which 20,000
was divided into three parts by a divisor of
four, making Iy tli'e cube of Root a product of
ten, and the quotient the vulga'ar fraction of
the Bank of America !

B1y a decree of the King of the Netherlands
and subsequent order' from the Burgoma .ers
of Amsterdam, the celebrated Bank of Am.
sterdam, whose functions, till within a recent
period, have borne so large a share in thie mo-
ney transactions of foreign countries with Hol-
land, has ceased to exist. Tihe whole of its
accounts will be finally closed on or before the
28th of July next.
l From Genoa it is stated, On tle authority of
letters fi-om Cairo, that the Pachia of Egypt
hIad seized upon Palestine, and that a division
of his army had entered Jerusalem.
A subscription has been opened in London
for the benefit of the widow of Smithers, who
was killed in arresting tle conspirators that
had assembled to assassinate the king's minls-
tees, and large sums received. Mr. Elliston,
manager of Drury Lane Theatre,has offered to
give a benefit to the widow and officers, any
night they might choose to select for the pur-
The Duchess de Berri hIas presented to tlhe
person who first seized the assassin of her
hIusbar.d, one thousand francs, and to the sol-
dier ofthe Royal Guard who secured fim, a
gold watch ofconsiderable value.
French papers mention a rumour that thle
Duke of Wellington was expected at Paris.-
One of them, indeed, says that his Grace hlad
The author and publisher of an incendiary
proclamation against thie royal family were atr-
rested in Paris in consequence of iiitormasion
againstt them.


Pensacea, (W. F) Jfarch 1-, 1820.
M rSsa En1. TOen.s,
YOU did me the favor to publish, several
months since, a brief account of tht local -sit-
uation of this place, and an enumeration of
some of the advantages it possesses for becom-
ing a considerable commercial town. -Being
now here, and having continued my inquiries,
J offer them for insertion in your paper, within
c-. impression that they will be of interest.to
some of your readers ; for any information in
regard to remote sections ofithe Unioi, or Ter-
ritory that is likely to become auiiexed to this
great and growing empire, is read ': ni, avid.
it), by many, however unconnected and unclas..
sical the manner in which it may happen to
be communicated.
In the immediate vicinity of Pensacola, the
land appears, generally, of but little va!ue,
the soil being sandy ; but there is, in ahnost
,, ,i ,r n tlia-; of .,1 .:1 "',, ,.*I,
.,' I.] ..,1 ...r ,, m .-.rn '.,:a i a sa erf:e
..nil. 1. ii i n i h, qiw J Il o.a ufthe laoed oil
which the town at present stands ; and the
gardens, notwithstanding bhut little attention
is paid to tliemaby the Spaniards; produce al-
most every vegetable in the greatest perfect.
tion. From the manner in which the Grape
Vine flourishes, I am led to believe that the
Wine Grape can be cultivated to great advan-
tage in this part of Florida, and I understand
,that measures will be taken immediately after
the occupation by the -United States, to have
the experiment fairly made, and I have no
doubt of its ultimate success ; and the time
may not be far distant, when the wines of
Florida will become an important article of
merchandise. The ieobjects, however, which
first engage the attention of the stranger, par-
tcularly one from the North, is the commo-
dious and beautiful Bay, together with other
bays and interior water communications, int
the vicinity. On the east side of the Bay,
nearly opposite thi.town, there is an inland
passage from the Bay of Pensacola into that
of St. Rosa, which is-. 2 miles in length, and
like the former, sheltered by the land from
storms ; and into which flows the 'l .ja.I- t-
chie, a considerable stream, navigable for
schooners and other small craft for 15) or 200
miles, through a very rich body of land capa.
pie of producing the sugar cane, cotton, &c.-
This is in the vicinity of another large Bay,
into which flows tile Apalachicola, a. very
c.-'iJd. ible rai'er that rises in Georgia, and
a .1- aa:.;j ., a ery important section of
,,- irt ,:,i 1 i.,r.d,., but at its mouth there is
asand bar which ...L.,aua.i the passage of
large vessels; there being but 5 or 6 feet of
waier. The trade, from the important settle.
;ments on these waters, will come to. this place.
Inside of Mobile Point, there is a deep Bay,
called Bqnsecours, which extends northerly a.
bout 14 miles, at the head of which is the
mouth of a small river, but xf sufficient depth
to admit vessels, drawing 6 to 8 feet water, to
the distance of about 5 miles, from which, to.
an" inlet from the Bay of Perdido, is only 6
miles of flat country, by cutting a Canal
,,. a.i ; -1 tI .. tiiould be ia complete iiin-
...J .1,.' at'.l,., i.,, Noew-Orieans, aud Iironi
Sliae *.i. a. ,i ,.a : l' ..,abeckbe 'aild Aiabnma, on
one side, and from those of the Eacambia, Con-
ecub, and Choctahatchie, on the other. Thiis
circumstance is of consequence to the place,
and in time of war would be of national im-
portance, as provisions, and other necessaries
for the supply of the navy aid army that would
be stationed here, might be transported 'with
*ease from New-Orleans to this place'; unsub-
jected to the risk of capture by enemies ves-
The town, at present, is nearly deserted,
and the soldiers have all been sent down to
the Fort at the Barancas, and are constantly
employed on the fortifications. The Governor
and Iis Officers are also there. Their force
is about 500 men, but they will probably re-
ceive some small addition from the Havana.-
The Governor appears to be a man of great
respectability, is dighified and gentlemanly
in his minner,aind treats the Americans witil
attentia. .ara.' i. .J-ie-~. He was an officer. in
the Spanish service at the time that Bona-
parte invaded Spain, and fought in some iam-
portant battles. He declares openly that if'
his tiovernment-does not order the country
to be given up, and the Americans. are obliged
to employ force for its reduction, he shall con-
sider it his duty to defend the Fort and fl.ag
of his country, to the last extremity. The
town will make no defence. Your's; &c.
Gen. Vivas, the new Spanish Ambassador,
arrived at New York on the 4th inst.
The English papers,generally, are much oc-
cupied with accounts of the examinations rela-
tive to the conspiracy, and speculations upan
the subject. The Monitor says, that even at
the hour the leading opposition members of
parliament were declaiming against the pre-
cautionary acts of the government, thisba'nd
of assassins were loading their pistols, and
sharpening their daggers, for the most atroci-
Souis and bloody attempt which has been de-
signed since the Gunpowder Plot ; and This-
tlewood, a new Guy Fawks, was preparing a
massacre, which though less extensive in its
scope,.was equally diabolical, and more wan-
ton than that celebrated treason. Cobbett
raves like a maniac about it-but whether he
approves or disapproves of the treason,.it is
difficult to ascertain.
Twenty-seven Radical Delegates in full con-
clave at Glasgow, have been apprehended.-
The Courier intimates that evidence has been
obtained of the conspiracy being connected
with a project for a simultaneous rising in
the beginning of March, and that the del-
egates arrested in Glasgow, appear in some
degree connected with the plot.

ST. LOuliS, (arT. TFR.) 5MABte 8.
Unfortuiite Occurrence.-Information from
Howard county states that Mr. Henry Carroll
acting Register o the Land Office, lost his
life on the 29'h ult. by a pistol shot, from Mr.
Richard Gentry. Immediately upon the hap-
pening of the event,Mr. Gentry delivered him-
self up to Judge Todd, by whom, after ah ex-
amination of many witnesses, he was recog-
nized to appear at the Supreme Court in Mont-
gomery on the 4th Monday in May next.

It is rumoured at Washington, that Mr.
Speaker Clay will resign his seat in the House
before thie close of the session, with the view
of resuming his professional labours. Messrs.
Nelson, Sergeant and Taylor, are mentioned
as Candidates for tle Speaker's chai-.
A Providence Paper mentions that a Mrem-
ber ofCnngress has wrt.nen, thiaat it is not
probable llie New Tari. 'Las- will be passed
at tie [iieciicnt session.

Isw'.-Tlas, ATPI 15.L
The r.golar packet ship. James-Monroe, CaGpt.
nldgers, arrived at this purt last evening, in 30
d:iaY's faom'ii '-'"ohl. BV fhis arrival' London pa-
pers to .e I i,..i. -. e received.
ji is in im.* -' 0i *ti h-a pl a, for assassinating the
Ministers at a cabinet dinner, was not a sudden pre,-
ject, It was intended to have been executed about
a month beiare-the detection ofthe final plot, when
the cabinet -i t -;'.. >a.,-a1 *', the Earl of West-.
inoreliad's w, ar.-,:i.-.t -.''r- whose house was
supposed i-i aur I ,:lh-l .i- alate witb Lord Hdr.i
rEwby'. ,. Z i- ...- ,-.A.... ,k -. t that.time by
ii ., a. o-. V.: I', .- l .i a, t., i l i co spirators,
,.4 %h I-' t-.,h.,ii iiir designs. *
-A poor creature inveigled m io a course of crime
whi-lh hli 'a"', r -. -ure albhorred, discovered tlhe
Iplot.in a i' .,r I l., -i. andi il-written dd.iress4 d to
lord C;atU,,- gih--and, as if afrsiid that it "-ielt nn.
reaci4 its ae ta i,.atinr safely, tii lit it n ,. :. ;

i', 1a4 i:r-:*: h' h i .- i : -n th 0eF.-

-- tbie lat r I .>, i a.i. I, ..'i ., a-.
the r-,na i .. I ,. ar lJr .. l .-L C.]J U.i
upon ahe wl'tia:. Mrs. Thistlewood is said to be
a delicate and most interesting woman, and it is to
Iae r. -i at .l ait she is united to such an ig-
Rno .aI rav0,-OIaianist ind assassin.
The'Londan Statesman says, it is seriously affir-
med that the conspirators drew lots whether Lrd
Castlereagh or Mr. Hunt should be the first victim
...I i i~ -Jr r...I ,i' lv ia n.itt, and the chance fell
1 ia I ,l ll-.m Hulnt hs sa said that lie was a-
I, h, j ilI. a:.tjecias rl tili t .:,.[I:piracy.
Viscount Unstlerengh has recovered damages of
Sir Francis Burdett, for injury done plaintiff's house
in St. James' Square by a riotous mob at the close
of the last Westminster-election.
A Paris paper mentions that a fruit woman, a
mistress of Louvel, (the assassin of the Duke of
Betri) las been arrested, and is said to have made
sonime important disclosures. "
The late persecutions of the Jews in Germany,
which have probably been somewhat exaggerated,
it would seem have entirely ceased-and the Boa.
p-ror of Austria is adopting a liberal system of

-A" 1
'StN .1 L. .
Mr. Pleasants, from the committee on nalt-
val affairs, communicated to the Senate a doc.-
umnent, containhg a plan (by Lt. ERamage, of
the navy) for the def-nce of ilhe commerce and
the protection of the revenue of tile United
States in the Gulf of Mexico, near the river
Missisippi ; which was read and ordered to
be printed.
The Senate resumed, as in committee of the
.whole, the bill nmre effectually to provide for
the punisiment ofim t of cies against the United
States, and for other purposes, (to revise aid
embody in one act various penal laws of tilhe
-United States.)
The bill-consisting of thirty-three printed
folio pages, and embracing a great mass of de-
t:il--was read thioiu:;,t, .-..I some progress
r:..,'. in ll e .0'.o,! :t: t-;,a nf it. r', i .' ......

'ae. Randolph rose to make a motion which
was not more, he said, the result of duty
than of inclination. If wecanbo't, said Mr.
R. comply with all the injunctions of duty,
incumbent upon us at this time, let us ap-
proximate as nearly to it as. we cani; a'nd, if
we cannot make ourselves .unspottedi before
the world, we may at least visit the fiihierlcss
and the widow. Mr. iR therefore moved to
postpone all the orders of the day preceding,
and take tp the bill for the relief of the wi.d-
ow and children of the late Oliver Hazard
On this motion the THouse divided, and thi
vote was, Ayes 58, Noes ,64-so the motion,
was negative.

The engrossed bil. to amend the Revolh.-
tionaruy I'..,-jr., Law, was read the third
time, and passed.

treatment towards them. Rabbins, before their ap "
pointment to parti.cularsynagogues, are to be exam. ItONDAY, APRIL t3.
ined, as to their proficiency in philosophical .scien Mr-. Pindall, of Virginia, offered for consid-
ccs and theology-are to be allowed stipends--the eration the fii.-,' i-a-; resolution, in support of
Jewish youth are to be placed upon the same 'afost- which he made some remarks, referring to the
ing as othiers-aoid the.Jcwish Prayer Books arc or. u ena ipitth asact of tle description
dered to be translated into the vernacular longue. thcurent report that an acently passed esipti
An article in the Ghent Journal-describes there reetrrel to had recently passed the
the King of Prussia as being very melancholy, Legislature-,- Pennsywvania
and almost incapable of transacting business. Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treas-
He has ordered the strictest economy in his ury be instructed to 'procure and transmit to.
household, this House, as soon as I,d.: le, a copy of
o- o such late act or acts of thle Pennsylvania Leg-
--- O.--- islature as prohibit or restrain the justices,
.. n. -NYORK, AsTrr, 5. aldermen, or other magistrates ori officers of
P FROJXI C D Z' that stale friominterposing in the apprelien-
By the arrival of the brig Spartan, Capt. i oorm surrender of' fugitiVe slaves,
Cowper, from Cadiz, which place lIe left the The resolve was then amended, on motion,
2d of March, we learn that the Patriot Col. by adding to the end of the resolution the
Quiroga was in titelsla with about'3500 men, ords flowing : Provided any such act or
regulars, and had organized some of the inr acts shall bave been paased" c
habitants into a militia, which, with the reg- The reuohi-iion was agreed to.
ulars, composed in all rising 4000 men. The Mr. Holmes prefaced the submission of the
'fortifications of that place are so-strong, both foowing respive,. with a few remarks explan-
by nature and art, that it will be difficult to hatorvy ii_. L--rm. [ e said lie believed, that
attack him andt ucu an attempt, if serious, -. -T uj-eca wa reof the impor -
nusit be atteidcd with great loss to thse assabil- etan ,,t ,,.| ;nehe i, .
1... TIL y,.asarmy Ii O the ,,; :.'. :. cre' 11 i said,il ;. ,' ,,. -...... _
consisted ofabout 14,000 men. ,,l,,,, a' fr whose bel n efit thi s, ,, ,, ,,,,aa i .,. i
cavam3, ,,a,-il i .,n.I ni ,li.tia ;-ofthe latter a- the sum involved was'not less, pr.b l, .1,, that
bout -...1. .[i i. ', ,ii under the command $50,000. Thie subject was, il,-r-l...a,:. wor.
of Gen. Freyre, the captain general of Anda- thy of inquiry, and it was particularly desira-
lusia. Col. Riego, with about '1500 men of ble, that tie House should not,L through .want
the constitutional party, whio left Lhe Isla a- of information, be induced to remit the duties
bout the 1-it ofJa1. entered Malaga on the on goods imported into the British line dur-
18th of Feb. after some skirmishing with a ing the war, by American merchants, with a
royal divisionunder Gen. Joseph O'Donnel view to t heie be ing smuggled into tile United
(brothea.ftheCot,-f 'Abisbal,) whoon the States. iSuch, liewas under Lthe impression,
20th or 21st also entered that place withhis was the case of at least some of these claim-
troops, about 4000, where a ftiesh rencontre ants.. He tisrefore moved this resolution :
took place in the streets ; but Riego, l .: iResolved, That the eoinmittee of the whole
himself overpowered, retired with little los, lnbe discharged from the further consideration
and directed his course towards Granada--- ofthe bill for the relief of certain persons who
Th seaiof the constitution did not gain u ha paid-duties on certain goods imported
any ground, and the people seemed, the great- it Castine, and a it be .committed to
er part of them, perfectly indifferent as to the committee of ways and means, to inquire
the result, and determined to leave thae con- and report-
test wholly to the military-the general opin- 1. Who are the persons claiming relief un-
ion therefore was, that the attempt would dei'the bill, and the amount of each claim ?
prove abortive. There had been many arrests 2. At what time the goods, frot which as
in Cadiz bfr political opinions, and no one relief from duties is claimed, were imported
dared to speak openly in favor of the revolu- into Castine ?
tiouary cause. Business was entirely at a 3. Who were the importers, and on whoseI
stand, and the place in the greatest confusion, account ?
martial law having been proclaimed and strict- 4. What amount of goods were original
ly acted upon. It was supposed that their i port by anym of'the claiiants, and howgn
was a strong party in the place favorable to much thereof lve been disposed of, and in
the reform,, which was, however, repressed what manner e ee fnd
and kept under by the great vigilance and se- 5. What was the price or value at the time
verity of the go'vermn t of importation ?
Lieut- ever passed through Cadiz the 6- What duties were paid on them to the
29th Feb. with dispatches ft-om Mr. Forsyth British custom-.house ?
at Madrid, oms his way to Gibraltar, where ihe -
woutld join lte Franfin 74, antd proceed for 7-. And to report arty ot-her facts which they
the United Stae 74, and pceed may deem expedient, not embraced within the
A Spanish messenger was waiting at Cadiz scope of n these iqo iies ; or to make such a-
for despatches from Madrid, which he was meclude its to the bill as cmay be proper to
momently expecting, for Gen. Vivas, the new exclude from imts provisions certain claimants
4ly appointed Minister to America. He waa w110 were importers of goodsinto a territory
extremnely dtsitous to have Capt. Gowper wait occupied by the enemy.
nd bring him out to this Capt. Cope t After a long debate, the question was taken,
Translated for the Evening Post. separately, on discharging the committee of
S rthe. whole from the further consideration of
Address of colonel Ratalde, to the constitutional the bih, on re-om mtthng it to e comraion oftee
troops, at the sla To my companions it ar Leos : of ways and meani, and on adding tle instruc.
Valiant companions heroic and worthy tions proposed, iand severally agreed to.
Spaniards At length tlhe moment,so wished So the whole motion of Mr. Holmes pre-
for by me, of uniting myself to the good and failed, as above stated.
epiating myself fom the dpicale, as ar- The bill for the relief of Delisle, Dudley,
rived. Thlie day will also come, in which we ad an Cleef, providing (or the remission of
shall intone the hymn of triumph that will t/sofreiture incurred by an accidental imota.
confound the perverse, -who find a momentary t of siix slaves, in their brig Sally, was reoad
existence in the ipathy of those who have a thrd time ; and theYeas aid N'ays on its
sworn to follow us, but appear to war against ". being required byMr. Tracy, were as
us ..,,. --For the bill, 85-Against the bill, 73.
Thereis no doubt, soldiers, those tl-at style So the bill was passed, and sent to the Sel-
themselves royalists, are ours, and, ere long ate for concurrence in the amendment, which
the effect of their sacred promise will be limits the nt amiss l"toC nu'h i t othe forfeit-
see urLie as accrue b to tle United States.
We shall save the country,and our triumph
will be effected without the shedding of more The Homue then resolved itself into a com.
blood than that of those infamous deserters, mittee of the whole on the state of the Union ;
who, through seduction, or vain fdar.-, aban- and the committee proceeded to the considera-
doned the standard of tlIe country, taking tion of the following resolutions, which were
refuge with those who are only royalists in some days ago submitted by Mr. Clay.
name. [The Resolutians were published in the
Contempt for the cowardly, punishment for last Palladium-and claim, that Congress and
the perjured, and glory for the valiant. Isla de not the Executive have the right to dispose
Leon, lst Feb. 1820. The colonel pro-patria. of territorvy-and that we ought not to give-
*icholas Santinio dte l c.taide the Provance of Texas for the Floridao.]
JVotIs--This is the same officer that headed Mr. Clay rose, and, in a speech of an hour
the party on the 24th Jan. uit. in Cthe attempt and a half in length, delivered his opinions tat
to produce a revolution in Cadiz, secure the large on the subj ect of these resolutions. v
gates,and admit the constitutionalists from tlhe Mr. Lowsndi-es rose, not so much in relly-, as
Isla.-He was so fortunate as to escape to that to shew that it was inexpedient to act on tile
place, which lie was enabled to do in conse- resolves, nd, under all the circumstances,
quence of being on that day commander of the that it was not .expedieun to engage in a dis.
sea gate.-He is a native ofCadliz, and. a manl cUssion of them.
of very considerable talents, and was very in- It being- lae in the day, and nthr gentlemen
struinctitl int bringing- about tlh revolution in seeming inclined to apeak, Mr. Lowndes was
this city, in May.v180, against the French,and prevailtdl upo,' tr, g- ive vwar before hIe had fin-
the consequent death of the then Governor, i isahel tlhe mr.ar:s, lie intd,. to a:.e id
thle iMaqou;s (!e soSi.ao. Tlihe totc adjourned


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---- V oao O0 ;wV---
The Rev. JOHN Con N,or .of 1orchester, fiaic
been nhoeiti to deliver the sermo: before, the
Antient aid IHoooriable A tiller Company,, at
their Annual Election in June next.
------o-:iara a-es ---
.nOMt Tist 'ATrOm a -IN TP-In'a4CEsn.
intercourse with th.e bn'Oian. 'r'ibe s.
Thlie fh ltowing regulatOa,, in amdiO i-,n to
those pr-sci,'bed in the circular of the 3d of
Sept. 1819, have been. .-.-.T .c I .with \e )-p.
erobatio n oi lthe Presideat, to gtovern the fii-
tmre distribution ofl the sum appropriated by
Congress iaor the civilization oi the Indiana,
among individual oa r societies 'a.vho have es-
tab!ished, ..r ,'. a ,,, ,i ale '. li.il .,l- schools
for the ediieattoo of Indian ehidren, in con.
formity- to the above-hientioned circular, and
who desire thie co-operation ofthe government.
The position-selected for the establishment, .
a plan of the buildings contemplated, with an
estimate of the costs, to be submiticd to tihe
Secretary of War, to belaidbeld before the Pres-
Government will, if it has.the means and
approves of the arrangement, pay'two-thirds
of the expense of erecting the nelcesssary
No part of the money to be advanced till af-
ter ,the buildings are comntenced ; and one.
fourth to be reserved until they are completed.
,The payment to be made oni the certificate of
the Agent of Indian affairs, for the tribe or
nation n -which tlse esatblishment is located ,
as to) the f--ts ItA' J .",a,,1Tr .l -, l a .",1d coMR.
pletion of tlie : .l1 5 .-c
'The President w'.i ciin ,i..a r ,. ,af the so.
nual'appropriation, to each institution which
maybe approved) of by l.4n -u1a, h 1I, i-,,al.
,i.' ',-' thse.nuttmbna.-npimii; baS. aI, .i- '.-b sj._ha-
i be_ ; adI '--o -.\-: -. -. .,- -- -
1t..: Liablislment, and ihe degree of success
which his attended it.
No advance to be made except foir tie I build-
ings till thle school is in actual operation ; of
which fact, and the number of pupils behong.
ing to it, the certificate of the siuprietentnahnt
or person '. ir,,- the principal cot'ol of tile
institution, -. 11 sufficient evidence.
A report wii be atnualily made ibr eacli es.
ta-bhiaihment on thle 1st of Oot, of thie number
and names of th(lie teachers and other eIrionn
belonging to it; the number of students ; .he
number which have ccmplated their c oure
and left the insti4utki, since the lit d;oy of
Oct. of the preceding, year; the nuii beri : : er.
ed, the animouint of disbhursements li)r tbc same
period, and tlte valhe and description of prop.'
erty on hand : which report wil be. ccr tifid
by the inperinte-idant or person hav':ng the
principal control of the tta.blihime.nl.
It is considered to be the uiiy of all pVr-
tons who may be emiiployed, or attached to
any institution, not only toe a F-ooml exam-
ple of soh riety, iaidustr and hiansty, hltl, as
f.ir as practicabic, to inipress otn thi niinds af
the Indians the friendly ai'l benevolent viewa
of the government towards them, and lie ad-
vantage to them in yielding to the policy of
government, and co-operating with it iln such
measures as it may dect necessary for their
civilization and happiness, A contrary course
of conduct cannot fail to incur the displeasure
of government, as it is impossible that the obh.
ject which it has in view can be effected, and
.peace be habitually preserved, if the distrust
of the Indians, as to its benevolent views
should be excited. J. C. CALHOUN.
Department of Wfar,
February 29, 1820, 5

The security of the mails of the U. S. is a
subject in which every one is concerned. Per.
mit me therefore, to suggest to the proper aut.
thorities, a means by which I humbly copceiv6
that thly may hereafter be transported with
greater safety. Instead of employing mail
guards, against which there are very mntnv ob-
jections, I would recommend the formation of
*mail ca-s u pons a new constructior.. Let tie
body of thle cart, in which thle mail bags are
deposited, be formed of bar iani, wrought in.
to net-work. Let the door or entrance, be sO-
cure-d by a strong lick ; and to each
cart let, there be two keys, the one left with
the post-master who starts the mail, the
other at it- ph,ce of destination. The advan.
ages of such a cart would he these : In the
first place it would secure thie mail against
t'ie depredations of the drivers themselves as
hle carts could oniyh. be opened by the post-
masters. And, secondly, it would be proof
against the sudden attack of a robber on the
high-way, since such a vehicle coildl not be
entered, eyen by the mist expert workmen,
in less than six or eight hours, beIre thie ex.
piration of which time detection would ensue
the hammering, .siawini, or filingf, necessary to
enter such a cart, would certainly deter the
petty robbers of the day from attempting it.
I conf,.-ss its weight would be an objection,
yet from my knowledge of n meclanics, I man
vaery ceritin such a. cart wounl lint e M'OiM| irmra.
than 500 ibs. anld would not require ini tiran-
portation more than one addlitonal hrelic.
---s-aw Ac ssTC ai--
n Indianas, Amasa nFlihr has be-en senten-
ced to be executed on thi 31st of Marcii fa(r
the srnirder (af Pltiin-r W arren-who was to
lihave been ni-iarriecl, oni thib day he was i killed
to a) young tldy to whos ti F ilr wI, eas partial.
Sy.nce tile aiass ilration of tile ltuke; of ai -
ny, 51 person's h.iave ben e ar'ustsCA in t l .

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11- -i s- ....


.N'I'R0 1 D UC-ION.
IMPROVE.MrT in the state, of society
and int the moral and physical condition of mar
is progressive,' and has been gradually advance
ino from, t.ie barbarity of thine first ages of thi
world to that degree of polish and refinemen
which is the boast of the present time.
D.ir;..g the latter part of the last cenlury,an
that p-.rin of the present which has already e
lapsed, many useful discoveries in thescienice
have been made, and as they hiva been brought
into operation, corresponding advantages lav
resulted to those nations and people who hav
adopted them.
As this, however, is emphatically styled tdi
age of inventions and experiment, many false
plans for reforming or improving upon the cus
toms and manners and laws of our ancestor
have been firmed and recommended, which
on the test of experience, have nOit only failed
to be useful, but in some instances proved in
jurions. This very naturally leads to a scrub
tiny of any nesw system which may be offered
to the Public, and authorizes a prudent sus
picion of whatever may be proposed in theory
until suitable and sufficient experiment shall
have proved its merits arid utility.
Among many other subjects of reform, th
treatment ( t criminals, and that part ofj uri
pru ft .avhichi relates to criminal cases an
to thie punishment of felons and violators o
law, has not escaped the attention of enlighs
ened men. The great Phiilathropist, Howard
was among the first of benevolent men wh
aruosed the sympathy of the world,and direct
ed it towards the misery and sufferings of their
unhappy fellow-beings who were immured i
Prisons. He, himself, however, did little
more than explore the clime and open thi
way, by tracing his own progress as it wert
on a map, and thus leave a guide to those wh
might be induced to follow him. But he de
served amid has received a lasting credit, no
only for the partial good which lis u tivearier
endeavours immediately produced, but mor
particularly for his undaunted spirit and per
severance in the cause of humanity and benev
olence-haying encountered all the perils an
hardships of enterprising discoverers, wh
venture among rocs and shoals, and epcoun
ter the unknown dangers of an unknown coast
without a pilot or a chart.
The prospect once opened, discovered sa
much to interest the feelings of humanity
that many men have exerted their tarints and
benevolence, to devise a system ofpunishment
which, whilst it comported with the peace ant
safety of society, should at the same time be
tempered with mercy, have regard to the im
mediate comfort of the unhappy tenants of
Prison, and above, all afford opportunity fo
and encourage in them repentance and reform
A system of this nature was early set or
boot in the United States on the plan of a Pe
nitentiary, and is how in operation in almost e
very State inthe Union : it is not, however
without its opposes, but is by many consider
ed as one of those new plans for reform which
-on experiment fails of producing the desired
effects. It will be the object of the following
essays to examine this system, notice thi
ground of opposition to it, and endeavour t.
shllw, from facts and experience, that the first
principles thereof are correct, and' that with
some small improvements, and under any thing
like a proper management, it possesses pecu.
liar advantages over every other method o
--pa"-i" ag>trimiinals heretofote' practised, par
ticularly as it respoc s the following important
objects, viz.-the peace and safety of society,
expense to the community, restraining the in-
crease of crimes, and promoting the moral im
provement of convicts.
As there has been already much written
upon this subject,- and many speculative o-.
pinions advanced as to tle management of
State Prisons anid Penitentiaries, and the treat.
mnent of persons therein confined, it will come
within the scope of the present purpose to no-
tice some of these writings ard opinions, and
to confirm or combat then, as they may ap.
pear to be well founded, or fallacious and vis-
The subject of prison discipline has been
largely discussed in England, and several
works, describing thie state of cheir Prisons,
the faults in managing them, method to rem-
edy these faults,with various plans for revising
arid improving their penal laws, have reached
thIs country. Bentham, Buxton, Roscoe, and
Gurney, have all borne testimony to the faul-
ty method of punishing criminals in Englan.,
and ventured to point out and recommend a
system which would nearly resemble what is
now generally practised in thie United States.
In Great Britain capital punishment has been
tried and persevered'in, to a degree which has
at last become shocking to the nation ; trans-
portation has been found to involve-an immense
expense; and confinement in county jails,
where there is no means of exercise by labor,
nor.religious instruction for pious or moral
improvement, is attended with pernicious ef-
fects both to the bodily constitution anid to
the mind.
Since, then, in the old countries the former
mode of treatment and punishment of crimin-
als has been found so defective, let us not be
hasty to abandon thie later one which has been
introduced among us, but give it a fair exper-
imel't, improving, as we goalong, from prac-
tice. observation and experience, and in the
end it will be found that no system of punish-
ment is so well calculated to insure the peace
and safety of society, to promote thse. cause of
humanity, and affbrd an opportunity for re-
claiming some culprits who are not too hard-
ened antd depraved, as Penitentiaries and State
Prisons. A CITIZEN.

The Providence Phenix mentions that a
considerable number of the notes of the Banks
there have been presented for payment, and
silver coin required by weight and not by
tale-because foreign silver coin are not much
'longer to be a tender; and because a dollar
nominally, in small coins will not weight a dol-
The Washington City Gazette (speaking of
the dnflfrence between Cums. Decatur and
Barron,) says that other letters exist, having
an equal bearing upon the question, which do
not appear in thle printed correspondence.
The Legislature of Upper Canada has pus'--
ed a bill repealing tlie act of last year to
prevent certain seditious meetings,' "
The Vice President of'lthe U. S. Mr. Tomnp-
kins, h'is returned to New York from Alba-
ny, without obtamoing a settlement of his ac-
counts. The Senate of N.Y. being of one opin-
ion on the subject, and the House of another.
The Committee of the Honts.- of Represen.
tatives of New-York have reported in favour
of Judge Van Ness.

The commissioners of the Bank of England
have finally adopted the plan brought forward
by Mcesnrs. Applegath & Cowper, for securing
the Bank igainst counterfeits.
[We are fearful that thiis excludes our coun-
trymen, Messrs Perkins & Co.]

A million barrels of Porter are brewed in
London in a year.


TOUSsa&, sAnIL 4.
Mr. W'Viliams, of M;ssissippi, from tlie committee
on 'oublit Lands,-to whom ws referred ithe peti-
tions of sunday Flreelc emigrants, engaged in euoli.
rating the Vine and Olive, in i the State uf Alabama,
n, reported a bill, supplementary to the act to set a-
. p:.t :nd dispose of certain public lands in Alabama,
e for there m. .,.. .,r.,n of the cullivitiou of the
" v in e an it *
Mr. Robertsi moved to add to the appropriation
d for agencies abroad, for distressed American sea-
e- me., the sum of two thousand dollars, with the view
.s of .: bi;,lir an agency at Hamburg, in addition
,t Lohi .0e t L.'lndon and Paris.. Mr. Ri. followed his
,,i... ;i, :...-. remarks to shew the necessity of
e such an agency in the north of Europe, arising from
the great extent of iur trade to that quarter of the
world, and the number of seamen which were. con-
e sequently,. from their lbb;ti nid other causes, left
3e destitute, unable i ,.c n.:'nie, and without the
s- means of temporary subsistence, and argued that
s an agency in the north of Europe was more necessa-
l, ry even than one in Paris." Negatived,after debate.
S MMr. Johnsoii, of Ken. after some introductory
remiarksa to shew the propriety of continuing the
l- office of Agent of the Commissioners under the
d T'reaty of' Ghent for running the upper, or north
a- west line (which flice oft'Agent, lately filled by
y, Col Hawkins, is now vacant, and no indication ol
I1 an intention on the part of the executive of filling
it) and to shew that, by the terms of the Treaty,
e if hle salary be not paid to an American gent, the
s- government would have to pay half the salary of
'-d lc Br;ih I..:,. &. Mr. J. moved to insert an
I .p. r-..r .-: 4444 44 (the salary heretofore
given but omitted by the other House, in conse,
t- quence of the vacancy of the office) as a salary for
d, the agency referred to.
o, Mr Johnson's amendment was disagreed to-
t- ayes 7.
r The Senate took up the bill more effectually to
n provide for the punishment of certain crimes against
e thle United States, (consolidating the penal acts of
e the Union ;) when, '
e On motion of Mr. Wilson, made on the ground
o that-there was not at this session time enough to
e. spare for properly considering the numerous pro-
)t visions of this boig bill, it was postponed to a day
d beyond the session, withntnl objection.,
e The Senate then irsutmed the consideration of
r- the bill for the better organization of the lTreasury
v- Department, (providing summary process for the
A recovery of debtsdue by defaulters, &c.)
o ,The bill was ultmately ordered to be engrossed
and read a third tinr.
t, On motion of Mr. NMorton, it was
Resolved, Thait I committee be appointed to en-
o. quire into the expedianey of providing by hlw for
,, :a enr'ier commenrcemeit of the next session of
I Congress than the stated period ; with leave to re-
port by bill r n'th,'rwise..
The hotus, then prce ef.H.d to the consideration
e of the resolution submitted some days ago by Mr.
-. Sawyer, for ippoinling a commnaniii e o i qire into
a the expediency of abolishtinSg certain offices of the
r customs; and the same, being so modifiedi as to re-
., fer the enquiry to the committee of commerce, was
agreed to.
n The house then procededl to0 t rhe bill for the re-
- liefofeertain persons who have paid duties on gods
. imported into Castine, and th(lie amendments repor-
ted thereto by the committee of ways and means
. were agreed to.
t Mr. ltocke moved further to amend the bill, by
adding the following proviso:
S Provided also, That it shall appear that the
e duties paid by said claimants to the United States,
were not reimbursed on tlie sale of said merchan-
0 dize."
t. This motion was negatived.
h A motion was made by Mr. Cocke, that the bill
be postponed indefinitely) ; :rnd the question there-
on was decided, by yeas and nays, as followis-Yeas
f 56-ns 9. '
The bill was then ordered to be read a third
St-rae, a ai-iendei in this house, by thle introduce tion
t of the names of the several ckimants, arsl the ad.
, edition of a proviso, that, bthirre the act takes effect
- for their benefit, they shall satisfy the Secretary of
. the Treasury liat they were residents ofGastine-or
Biucksport, or i-)i'e!ria ,!s or consignees from resi-
Sdents, of the goods onil which duties have been im-
oThe House thn esolveil itelIf into a committee
* of the whole, Mr. Bcecher in II tIt,- chir, on the a-
Smerlqdments of the Senate to the annual military
appropriation bill.
[IThere are twno amendments: the first inereaa.
irig the appropriation for Clothing from 330,000
0to 43S,000 dollars; and the second encreasing that
for the QU, rter Master General's Department
from 450,000 to 500,0001 dollars.]
,Mr. Smith, the Chasirman of the committee of
ways and a ieans, moved to disagree t tithe first a.
menditneti, and assigned reasons io shew why it
was not necessary, on account, of the quantity of
clothing at present on hand.
The question on Mr. Smith's motion was decided
tn the e.ffirative, and the first amendment was
therefore disagreed to.'
Mr Smith then, under the instructions of the
committee of ways and means, moved that the seo-
condl amendment be disagreed to-declaring, at
the same time, that he offered on this question
-from the committee, being of opil i-m that the a-
mendment ought to be agreed to.
The question was then taken on disagreeing .to
the amendment, and decided in the :flrmaisutive.
The committee of the whole then 'rose. Tl:e
House concurred in the disagreement to the first
amendment, withouii a division.
The question on concurring in the disagreem-,nt
to the second amendmenIt (that which includes a
supposed appropriation for the further prosecution
of the Missouri expedition)--vas decided hy Yeas
and Nays (which were required by AIr. Simkins.)
The result was,
For concurring in the disagreement 90
Againsitat such concurrence 67
So both the amendments of the Senate were dis-
agreed to.
Mjr. Fuller has proposed in Congress the
establishment of a Tribunal to investigate and
decide on private claims against the U. S.-
Such a tribunal would leave'Congress leisure
to attend to all important national affairs. It
ought to be juttdiciously established, and then
supported wilh a generous confidence, and
fill ttith in the -correctnes, of its decisions.
Mr. Clay's resolves, against the late Treaty
with Spain, have not been decided, It is ex-
pected they will be postponed.
tie hlias offered two others-one providing-
for'Amntbassadors to Spanish America-and the
other for giving to a Spanish Patriot General,
the sword which a Rioyal Governor presented
to Capt. Biddle of the U. S. Navy.
The arrival of the new Ambassador may revive
the'opposition to the Spanish Treaty. Some per-
sons prefer "exasa to "lorida, and some want both.
Itthe 'T"reaty is altered, it must go again to the
Sen.,te. Is 6pinnon there changed ?
The bill for laying on French vessels a
countervailing duty of 18 per ton, reported
on the 14th of Feb. last,has not been called up.
It is still doubtful whether Congress will make
ainy appr'opriatiou for extending the Missouri Expe-
dition farther. The Senate and House disagree on
the subliject.

Coasting vessels must be entered at the
custom-houses if they have a certain quantity
ofdisiilied spirits on board, even should they
have no dutiable goods on board.
Prove. Ph.irtj.

In Hollis, Maine, thle houseof Mr. John Ha-
zeltine, hlias beet destroyed by fire, and one of
Iis sons, about twenty years old, perished in
the flames.

At Burlington. Vt. Mr. John Parker was
lately struck on thie legs by a point of' a fall-
ing tree he had cut, and one of his legs was
pressed into thle ground about 18 inches, or
so much as to require a hoe to get it out.-
Both legs were altenwards amputate'd, and the
patient is recovering.

jiSel uglautt Paatm,



1819 1820.
Brooks. Crovn. Brooks. Eustis.

172 towns in?
first page S

24701 18910 22650 15865


Chelsea 43 37 37 44
Natick 25 58 32 48
Marblehead 87 282 58 179
Hamilton 98 32 84 28
Manchester 80 0 80 9
Hingham 158 223 140 208
1Hull 8 19 6 13
Edgartown 37 17 31 41
Chilmark 23 45 33 74
Tisbury 22 67 30 36
Sunderland 70 21 77 16
Warwick 80, "26 100 35
Hadley '201 3 174 2
Pelham 79 38 69 43
S Otis 74 45 68 41
-Sheffield 130 75 124 87
G. Barrington 131 82 128 46
N. Mrarlboro 136 62 161 59
Sandisfield 92 122 90 120
Egremont 54 88 49 74
Tyringham 54 89 62 84
Becket 91 18 90 25

194 towns 26474 20359 24373 17177
Increase of Gov. Brooks' majority, 1081.

A Daily Mail has recently been established,
by order of the General Post Office Depart-
ment, between this place snd Cambridge. The
,Mail closes in Boston for C.ambridge, at half-
F past 11 o'clock, A. M. and at Cambridge, for
Boston, at 8, A. M. every day,' Sunday's ex-
t We understand that the elegant pic.
ture of the Capitchin Chapel, now exhibiting
for the benefit of the Mass. Genera! Hospital,
will he removed after the present week. All
who have not been gratified with a sight of
this fine painting, will do well to improve the
present opportunity.

To-morrosw, at half past 2 o' nllock, some Singing
Societies, belonging to Boston, Brookline and Cam-
bridge, who have been receiving Instruction from
a celebrated Teacher, have agreed to assemble in
Cambridgeport Meeting House, and perform.fifteen
Select Pieces of Music, accompanied by the Organ
and other Inytrumenrts ; at which time it is expect-
ed that the Rev Mr. GANNET will deliver a Dis-
course suited to the occasion.

WHA' TEVER opinion may be etuiertained of the
BIoson Corps of feriformers a t he present moment,
we presume it will not be denied that some among
them are meritorious, and that of these the gentle-
man whose name we have mentioned, is by no
means undeserving of patronage. He has been, for
a considerahle period, with us, and we have reason
to believe, feels a particular attachment to the place
whprein he first landed on his visit ho our shores,
anti where he received the fostering encoue'rge-
meni of a stranger. Of the character of his proudu
fessional exertions, during his engagements helre,
every specitor can best juilge for himself. But ior
ourselves. wve do not hesitate, to say, th;l, as a gen-
eral actor, he is always respectable, andl often ex-
hibits a I.nudable degree of excelltn rice. We refer,
especially, o his exertions a comedian, believing
some otf his personations io that respect are fresh
in thie memory of his atditnors, ri that he is moret
generally at home in thit line of tie drams tha.min
tiny oiliher. The abilities of his lady have frequ-ent-
ly been a sntjeet of appl.ruse, roth with regard to
reading and discrimination of eh.ractter. It will be
remembered that her success is intimately connect.
ed with lt ofhr hesa!nd, rntd thal ber claims,
will bd united with his to morrow evening, for a
share of that support w without which there can be
but little stimulus to future exertions.

We learn from the Baltimore American
that there was no insurance on the property,
beloning to Messrs. Warren & Woo, which
was burimnt on Sunday 2d inst. in the Philadel-
phia Theatre.

An interior paper states that a Mr. Bud-
long saved his wife, child, and sister, (who
had fallen though the ice on the St. Lawrence,)
by diving three times to the bottom in .14 feet
water-and the last time came up under the
ice, but regained the opening.

On the 2d inst. a man named Murphy, who
,esdccd at Freilericktown,was shot on the high-
.cwavy a:id robbed, about 19 miles from, Balti-
raore. A young man of respectable connex-
ioi)t; was taken up oft suspicion, and believed,
fim circumstances, to be the villain. No
hopes are entertained of Murphy's recovery.

An attempt ws s made last Wednesday night,
to first' the Merchants' Crffee House, in Phila-
delph i, by putting collection of rags, match-
es, tow, &c. under the steps.
Ralph Clintoch, John Furlong, David Bow.
er, and H. Matthews, have been sentenced to
del.th at Savannah fto, piracy, and Furlong for
murder also. The 28h linst. is appointed fort
their execution. Bower and Matthews have
been recommended to mercy-and Clintoch,
who is said to be a man of talents, requested
time for his friends to intercede for him.
Warrants have been received at Baltimore,
for.the execution, qn the 1-lh ainst. of John F.
Ferguson and Israel Denny, convicted of

In this town, Mr. Samuel Stevens, merchant, to Miss
Mary SA. Eth-ridge. bnth ofrlhis towo.
In itis town, by the Rev. Mr. Ballou, Mr. Avery Coy,
to Miss Sus, n m0. KRead.
It this town, Mr. Charles Kirk, to Miss Mehitable
Moore, formerlyof Bidietford, Me.e
In Franklin, on the 28th ult. Mr. Timothy Twist, of
Bostn, to Miss Sarah C Maples, of Nortwich. Con.
In N. York, by the Right Rev Bishop Hohart, Lieut.
John GabllKher. ft' the U. S. Navy, to Miss Catharine H.
Lawrenie. daughter of Nathaniel Lawrencee, EKsq
In Virginia, Lt. Duasy Fur-rest, to Mrs. Mary T. Da-

In this town, fr. Rolert M'Cartney, aged <44-Louisa
Ann Bowman daughter of Russell Bowman,aged 15 months.
On Friday last, J'siah, youngest child of Mr. Josiah
Stone, nigedi 16 amouiths.
On Sunday, Capt. William Bowdoin Simpson. His fune-
ral will ttake place to-morrow afternoon, Itiom his late res-
idence insRichmond-streist, and be attended with military
In Weymouth, on Saturday last, Dr.. James Lovell, aged
52. Funeral this afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Freinds and re-
lations are invited to attend.
At Nort'borough. Mrs. Lydia Rice, aged 39, daughter
of tlhe late Capt. A. Wood.
Is Pn raenuti, Miss Aice Perkius, aged 72-Very sad-i-
In Wittisiuwin, Peun. Mr. Joihn Wisner, aged 25. On ae-
count of missing money lrmm hisetsk, ho fixed a loaded '
plutoI in it soo a Iube duharcent on its beingopemned -aid
was tlie victim ofhi uswer conmrivanct.
In Haltuwell, Mr. Timothy Smith, latea recideintt'f N.
Hampshhire, aced 45.
ICu Wiohrrp, Jotham S. Philbrick, aged t15, son of Mr.
Charles Phmilbrick.
Inr Favyrette, Mr. Ri chard Tilton, aged 55.
In N.'Yrk, Mr. Warren M. Williams, aged 24.
In Charleston, S.. C. Mtrs. Markt-ey.
In Charleston, a. C. Mr. Juhn Christopher Faber.
At sea, in Feb. last. Mr. Cha'les J. D tLlois.late Captain's
Cler, onu bhar.I the U. S. Frieate M'meedonisn. Mr. D. 1
had left the M. on account of il health, to return to this

The Hon. Messrs. Chandler, Gage and Bontelle,
are said to be chosen Senators for Kennebec Couu-
ty. in the Legislature of Maine. FPeeg S|)rgue..
Ioq has been chosen Iepresent tive n(f Hailowell.
Mr. Bartl'ey has been acquitted under the
prosecution commenced against him in Con-
nectictut, in the reign of' Toleration. fur pub-
licly reading aud reciting parts tf' plays. -
E9ght Lieutenants in the Navy have been
promoted to be Masters Commandant ; fifteen
Midshipmen to be Lieutenants ; Lt Watson, a
of the Marines to be Captain ; 2d Lt. Clem-
ents, to be first Lt.-16 Surgeon's Mates, 2
Pursers, and 8 2d Lts. of Marines have been
appointed.-Among the Surgeon's Mates is
Wm. D. Babbit-Among the Pursers. J- B.
Fanning-Among the 2d Lts. Charles Sears,
and George Cooper.

It falls to the good luck ofGLBntET & DEAN, a-
gain to announce the selling of another capital prize.
Yesterday afternoon, No. 8893, came up a prize
of Five T'houmandDollars, (next to the highest, in
the 2d elass.Union CUaal Lottery. (~] Dame For-
tune, though fickle and changeable, still continues
with her old favourites, G. & D. who have disposed
of more than two millions ofdollars of her bounties.
The above prize G. &t D. sold in quarters, one is
owned .by a gentleman of Weymouth, who being in
town, called and received his money--aniothiirt is
owned by John aMendum, the, well known expedi.
tious driver of the Pttrtsmouth stage, and the other
two to people tn Boston and Bevelyv.

A gentleman of high fashion and noble fam-
ily, has called a meeting of his creditors, to
whom lie declared that all the reports of his
repeated, losses at play were unfounded ; that
hlis gi'rat pecuniary embarrassment arose sole-
ly from the sudden demise of his 'principal a-
gent, who had left all his affairs im such s per-
plexed state that nothing but rigid economy
could retrieve them. He added, with tears in
his eyes, that he had called the claimants to-
gether, not with a view to compound with
their claims,but to make over-estates of 30,0001
per annum, until their demands were liquid-
ated. Loes. Pa.

0aItaltium fflare V O.


FRIDAY, April 7-Ar. brig Seaman, Jones, Halifax, 4,
ballast ; sehs. Traveller, Smith, do.4 ; Beunja. Franklin,
Foster, tPhilil. ; Eliza Barker, Sears, Maraicayho.via N.
Bedfoid ; sloiops Orionn, Godfrey, N. York ; Huron, Perry,
do.; Gen. Washington. Albany ; Spartan, Floret, and
Romeo, Hrildgport ; Pomona, N. Bedford.
CLEARED-Shilp Henry. Adam Knox, Trieste ; 'schs.
Zephyr, Kenelm Ripley, Havre ; ''ii' Isaac Percival,
-ayri ; Len, Bonney, (oi Kingston) Elizabeth City; sloop -
Omega. Nar'tiucket.
SATURDAY-Cleared, brigs Orleans, Pratt, and Ultina,
Loring, N. Orleans-Mary, Luce, Richmonnd-scll's. Marys
& Martlia, L. Burgess, St. Thomas and a market--Rob
toy, M. Thompsis, V. Indies-lCherub, Athearn, Hali-
fax-Mary & Hanttnah, Eldridge, (ofChathman) Wilmington
-Albert, Eastpinti.
SAME DAY--Ar. sloop Enterprize. Hussey, Nantucket.
SUNDAY-Ar. ship Paladiumn, Larcoin, Calcutta, 117 ;
sets Henry, iMeeenr. (ot Phbippsburg) Trinidad, Cuba, 24;
Mortiana, tBerry, Blakely, 25.
MOND \Y, Atril to-A,. sch. Commerce, Glover,St.An-
drews, 9, salt-and a fleet of Eastern Coasters.
SAME DAY- Sloops Siepherdess, Calder, Nantucket-
Packer, Votary, stidV William, Portland.
SAME DAY-Slch. Gen. BrewerRogers, .,pi'.3... ,I.
ENTEBED-Sloolps Galen, Herrimau, -1. I ai-,. B.,'.
fast, with slaves, &c.-New Packet, Portsmouth.
CLEARED--Ship Jasper, Crooker, Charleston ; schs.
Nautilu, Jacob Johnson, St. Peters, (N. F.) ; Pacific,
Lewis, Baltimore; Samuel-Tilor, Marblehead ; sloops
William, Caleb Jones, St. Domingo City ; Eliza-Nicoll,
Budingtoi, N. Haven.
SOn Tuesday evening last, sch. Sallys., for the Frenheb
settlements in tN'witoihdland. On Wednesday night, brig
Beivildere. for AtX Cayes.
Oil Friday, ships Sally. Pondicherry and Calcutta ; Aris-
tides, of Salt-mi, inr Savannah, in ballast ; brigs Paragot,
Strl.thtdnm ; Samaritan, '5,. Tlnomas ; Mexican, New Or-
leats ; sells. Mary, Stephen Brown, Africa ; Minerva, St.
Doniono ; Gen. Green, of East Haddaii, fur Halifax, (16
Or Satur lay, ship Canton, Alexandria, in ballast r'
brigs Cypi'rn,, Metditerrao-an; rMonroe, St. Salvsaidor
R.jint, Halifax ; Caspian, Sava.nnahi; Adeline, and Eliza,
'c. ; 'u-d. George, Bait. ; seh's. Pocahontas, of Barnsable,
Havana ; Eliz7thlie, St. Thomas. -
On Sunday, packet bri, Orleans, New Orleans, (passen-
ger, M Jones. ol St. Louis, Missomi.)
Ytnsteray, brig Ulti a, N. Orleans ; such's. Zephyr,
Havrte ; o b Roy, Indies ; Marys & Martha, St Ti'om-
ns Phil, (,Cape Hlei.y and Europe ; Cherub, Halifax ;
Nautilus, Newtoundlaid; Zeno, Baltiilore, [erroneously
reported as cl. ftr Charleston] ; Albert, Eastport ; brig
Mary, City Point and Rictinimod.
Passengers i, ship Sally- Mr s. Lathrop fi widow of the
late Mir. John L.) .' a .i. Io lt .. Lanics Gatrett, Prio.
ter to the Ceylon ."i ,. t'- b S oa' :tI
Passengers in t... rI. a il r. Fullerton and child,
Miss SpikIr, Mr. G. T'rhresher, Mr. J. A. Creighton, and
* three in tole stccragt.
Capt. bears, from Maraicaybo, sailed Fell. 26, in co. with
sel. Luey, Claokner, o'Bahimotre, far St. Trhomas, auind
parted c .. 29tih,cl dear of tire Gulf. Left, sch. Presolein,
Kean, uf Fliila.-expeceted to be condemned as ursoarVor-
.Capt. Mereen parted co. with sell. Two Brothersa, of
Portsmoutlh, 3 days out frontm Trinidad, off' Pan of Mataln-
zas. March 28, Frying Pan Shoals W.S. WV. 45 miles,sproke
a small Boston sch. (with no topsail) from Berauda for
Capt. Berry, from Blakely, sailed March 12.-Sch. Han-
nalh, Burgess, of Manhester, for N. Orleans, sailed al ut a
_i.-4I. 1..-.. .C -. Saeitho,Cobb, of Yarnonth, fbrT'iurls
I iu u..,i E,,,...,, i da)s before. At Mobile, sohs Polly &
Sophia, Atim, ot Boston, vessel soid ; Rosa, Bracket, atf
lmariden, sold and dlischlarging ; sloop Falcon, of Sandwith,
(Capt. Gitl'ord wia to proceed to Pensacola,to bring the b ig
Gen-.. ateson ,'nmr-hi l otn -tN. Orleani., tn Mbhile.t Sell.

ionmeo, Easterbrooks, of Yariouthi, wais at the Red Bfuff8 W i f fVo. X.
having lost onr of her crew, wlio was drowned. 13tI, two
miles beliw Mobile, spoke sell. Retun, 25 days from tto- .IHE Freeholders and other Inhabitants of Ward
ton, (hud ar. upi.) At lrhe Point, ith, a scl. from Saiem,. | No. t0, quialified as the laIw directs, are here-
(probably the Argo) via Mobile, for N. Orleans, with pro- by notified to m t h t First Chuc, ha, )eie-
visions, supposed she sailed saene day. 'e o met at irst Church, aun.-
Capt. Smith left at Halifax, Sit isnt. sloop Hunter, of place, on Wedlesday, 12thi int. at three o'clock, P.
Barustable, discharging, for N. York, 3 or 4 days. M. for the purpose of choosing ,ne able and dis-e
creet pers >n, being a freehonlder, and irsident in
From the Alcent nf .'Verchunts' Ha ll rJVew Roiom. said Ward, as a member of the Board of Health, in
HOLMES' HOLE, April 6.-ara.chir. Decatur, from N. the room of DAVID W. CUILo, Esq. chosen last
S7th-ar. sehr. Echo, Norton, 10 days from Philud. for Wednesday, who declines serving.
Buoston-sloop Julia-Ann, Marble, 6 from do. for du.-brig JOS. MAY, Clerk of Ward !to. 10.
Washiugon, 5 from in York, for Newlmryport. Boston, Jlpril 1 Ith, 18'20.
Also, sellh. MSy Flower, Freeman, 10 days from Woashiii- i-I (
ton, N. C. for 'Boston. March 27tlh, at Ocracock Bar,spoke UlJN "(*t &,Ja i.
sell,. Mary;, of'Boston,, days fromrn Bermunda, bound upo.--- 't 0Tl'E rs liereb given, that the Proprietors
Also ar. sin. Climax, Lee, 8 days from ,Bermuda for Port- 7 is -e
land, in b, in t Le ac'. Nile, Stevens, lot Newo-York, i f(' Urion Canal will hold their Annual M-Iet-
ii> days--Neptune, of Bath, lor N. Caroling, in 5 days.- ing on .Tlimnsdtly, tlie 27th inst, at PAT'TES iN'S,
Spotkeuothinr. Also ar. brig StneeDn Creagiead, of ilil. (late )AsIcI. IE-LrtKaIt'S) Tavern, in Bedford:, tn 2
8 days fronm 'Wilmington, to' Boston. Also, ship Resol- no'clrek, P. M.ifor tire purpose of choosing the Offi-
tion, Headdenni s days from Wilhingtor, fn- Bathn. March
31t, an. a36n, o, spoke sell. Two Brothers, Claisk, from ulcers t f the rurporation forn the year ensug, :.ilnd to
Boston foir Savoninh. Also ar. brig Levant, Wilhams, 20 Iranseie suchotherbusitlss as m.,y legally come be-
days tfrim St. Pierres, for Salem. Sailed, 7tb, Washing- fore the ineeting. T'he Board of Directors.will meret
tel. Jthi Ann, td Deeatur-Hrma', roww. for st, the same dayat the arne place, at 0 n'loclk, A M.
J 'nN, N. B.) 8t, ar. scm. Magnet, Allen, 9 days from t er order, nFth s Ia G. S, A'iRK, CA.'k.
Nesoborn. imor Plymiruth. Pen' order, FRIh G. STARK, ler.
Vessels lelt at St. Pierre-s. March 17th-brigs AbeonsCar- Manehester, April II, 1820.
'Penter, Pruvidence. loadng, to sail 1st April ; Juno, Pil-
berry, Boston, do.da. do.; Sarah, Litter, N. Lndoni, near- n i. C AiR 'I>l,
ly loaded, t sail ii 15 day ; Washington, Gaillard, New- 1ESPECTFULLY informs his, friends anad the
Harti,. nearly ready ; shls. Eliza, Iarvey, Salem, suld and | .ubli, ,atoU 1et of the sate n f thea
discharging' ; Two Sisters, Doliver, Marbleheadl, waiting ; l lttbi"5, ihat On out of Ike state onilIe
Four Sisters, Bowden, do. to sail in a few days; Rover, .weatlher'and by advice of the hParents and GuArdi..na
slI Illton, Plymouth, sold,n nacer. when to saol ; Rapid, of his pupils, he has b-en inldueed It) postpone the
Sporro', Newbern, do. do. do. ; Alpha, Hall. Nortflk, dio. comrter, eusle .tfhis Spnrin atndl Summner Termn to
do. do. ; Lydlia Reed, Bath, to do. dno. ; Eliza & Anmm,
Floyd, Clerrystone, do. do. do ; Gee. VWashiington, Small', monday, the i7di list.
do. sold and disebarging, uncer.; sloop Invincible Bliss, Concert Uthl!, April 11.
Norfolk, do ddodit. Brig Saim,Upton, was at Fort Ruyalt,
17th ,tosail in 15 or a20 days" Spoke, Msreh 27h, sch. Paort of a house Wvant'lr fti sir monls07 ,
Ant, 9 days front N. York, bnund to Bermuda, lont, as,
15. lat. 33. 13. or o7n' a teri,.
Fatnouth, 9, A. 3U.-The vessels in Holmes' Hole are h Itindsonme Pearlour atnd lt's Chambers, in or
getting under way... near tine centre of t;:e town, is wanted by a
Bria Merchant,Emery, from aHavana, is cast away on family ,tffiutr per' ona, for wnieh a reasonasl!- rent
Kennebunk Bar. Cargo, sails, rigging, &c. saved., will bte paid quarltery ; mny person having atehl an
Brig Concordia, lost at "'urks Island. Marc h 11, sailed one to let, t'ii! please e;,Ve taLrmns, & Le. alt the Palla-
from St. Kittson ire8ith. Capt. Wooiiury was lelt at thie iiunifiie. April 11.
former place, but would embark in the first vessel. -
Seh. S. St. Martin, rom St. Vincenus tar Moose island, has SITlJ TfIO.A WI. 'T'ED,
put into Atigus, ie, stress having oti a lne a Is Y a Youni \Mar whose served r-g-la-rly as a
ultl. 69-she shiftedi tIer cargo, and stove 10 punelmeonms of _j Y a o tore ung .i av d h ma kenuins'
ru r. n.t Store Khepnr, and would make himself use-
The Br. ship Lennider, 5o runs. Rear Adm. Blackwood, fri to any 'ter-.,t who niyi etmpllv him in said
parted her cables in Funeal Roads, Madeina, aud came ie ; or would beI willing to become an A isstan t to
sery near being lost, in a heavy gaoi-.
The Lord Cathcart, from Futime, fr Enagland, soraek a Land Surveyor, having a knowledge of the busi-
one a inken rock near the Island o fPelagosao. and sunt. tiness. A lin. ilreet l to M F. and left at the
Captain, carpenter, and three of the crew drwneid. 'The Palladinrt Of.Te, will be immediately attended tlo.
remainder took to the boats, and reached Mautfredouia in A il Ii I 3sp
two days and nights.
Scb. Basinw, of Providence, for Bermuda, struck aon 0- TANTED A Place for a youtg
, .- ... ..,g aliak put back, was cot- V I Man, in a West India Goods or Grocery
--- Store, or lie would eng-ge to attend a Bar, in town
The French frigate Cleopatra lihas sailed from Guod. fir or country, good recoimmncidations will be given.
Margaretta. to demand the release oftwo Fr. vessels, said A few lines directed to E. F. M. and let' at the
to have been sent in there by Insurgent privateers. Palladium-office, will meet with immediate atlen-
A letter from an oficer of the U. S. brirn Enterprire, ti;n. April 11
dated Jam. 13, of'Calea Nichola Moll, says--" Yesterday we
elased a Vetauezuelian privateer, but night coming on, in rs i liver-street, bout ten(
thedarkune.s she made lher escape. (She was the Serpenll, l t eet, out
alia, L'Orient. having the prize brig Curoline. ul Bston,iu t d s since, a pair of black velvet Shoes and a
eui.] To-day we sp.ke the Spanish ship Ceres, o'f26 Iug pFlag r tntkerchief. The finder is requested to
18i', one oft be finest vesielsol ,itinaiuon Ihave ever seen. leage Ihen at che h 'lium-Office, ad d ii required,
Thie commander believed with much pul.iuntess." lease lhb r utat(lime a *l', w ru-Office, andn if required,
Lloyd's List, to Fcb. 29, havne O.en received at N. York. receive a suitable reward. Aug. 11.

Brig Maine, Ma tin. just ar. from ,Mobile, was at Havan-
a, obout 15th ult.
At Porte o Pinr.e, 17t1 uilt. sells. Sylis, of this port,
unceer.("apt. anid two iinen lead) ; Kqty, for Savanntah.
At t. Cruix. (-V. F.) 20sth u!,. Pacific, ofPorrtland, wait-
inth earga ; brig tlarriot, Litte, of Bath, nunctr.
set,. Vi ioav, 3 d-INys from this port, (with a deck load of
lUi, hui:ls) r. ato ltailsax St inst. I p(lnr, 3tl, Columbus,
for Poi rint, and Jaties Monroe, for this port, buth to sail
samnr dty.
At Tr'riity, itarh 4, thie Somers, ftr Rennebitk, 2
bries LUti,). -.f'iVi'easset, dis'fr. ; Eliza, Nenavybuoyirt.
atip A meriel, Hrris, from N. York, hasar at Manilla.
Bhig Sally, Berry. oit this port. itom Alexandria tfor
Amsterdam. ar off Scillv Feb 17. Left th e Capes Jan. 23.
Sch e W'shintion, Atkins, from this port, arat Alicant
Feb 4. Stilihd D-e. 20.
beh Fraikt in, H.l mes. Z5 drys from thisport, and 33 fr
Pivrimlth. ar. iat Havre Fstl 22.
Br ig Win Penu, Beck. of thi port. from N Orleans and
N.Bedfird. (left latter Jan. 15! ar. at Bordeaux Feb. 19.
Bri'e Horatio. Snow,of New Bedford, from Charleston, ar
at Plymouth, E. Feb. 19, and at Havre 25th. Sailed Janil
Brig Win. Thatcher, De Cost, for N Bedford, few days,
was at Lisbon, 50 days site.
Ship Arethensi. Merrill, of Portsmouth. from Savannah,
ar. at Liverpo-d Maorub lt. Ship South Boston, Campbell.for
Charleston. el. Fmb. 29.
At Liverpool, March 4, the Favorite, for this port, same
day; Mercury nio Minerva,fnr do.loiding-Helen,offN.Bed-
fiAd, aid Lepoidis, of Fairhaveii, both for N. York, same
day-Osorrdi, for Snvantislm, loading.
Ship Indusro, oSalem, fron Cantoin,ir. at HeIvoetFehb s
hbip Lorenzo, Krmpton, of New Bedford, from New
York, has or. at Bellast, Ire.
Brigt Bolton. Owens, for this port, sailed from Anguilla
about M arth 22.. -
At Fort Rova. March 8, Julia. Philad 6; brig Sam, Up-
ton, of Castinte, 14 days from this port, ar 5thb.
Sch Hnpe & P'hoeb, of tHarwich, from Bermuda for N.
c arotin... -.. 1.-.. Mnich 29, tat. 36, 26, ton. 76.
i ( it, 'i-n 5 danya rinir.Oerancok lorthis port,
was spokeun4lh iinst. tat. 38, 33, Ion. 73, 30.
Seh. Echo, orPlyinmli, 35 days from ttis port forHa-
varsa,was spoken 24tht nil. sat. 26 Ion. 76.
Brig Neva, Bowditch, 37 days from Stnmarang for-Salem,
was spoken Jan. 20. la. 24. S. .1Ion. 54, E.
Brtg Adrman, Prior, 10 lays from this port, was spoken
March 4, lar. 41, ion. s0, 30.
Sehi. Clio, fron, Sacs fe St. Lucie, was spoken March Io,
lt. 38, Ion. 57.
Sch. Elizabeth, Tinins, of Hallowell, for Newbern,
has been spoken in lat 39, lan. 72, 20.
Brite Paltet, Campbell, for this port, up at N. Orleans.
At Blaksly, 12th uott. Venous, Fisher, just coninmmenced to
I ad tfor this port. At Muti t3ilth. Adze. do. uncer. ; Gen
Lmeoin; do; 2 ; George, N. York, do.; CCh. Miller, do. un.
cer.; Thoi. & Edward, micee. where for.
Seh Three Brothers, Higgius, 7 days fromn Charleston,
has ar. at St. Mary's.
Ar at Savanrph. 25tb ult brig Ris Sun, Blanchard, (ofN
Yarmouthtl N York, 8 ; schs-Racehlt, Nichiols. Bermnuda 10:
Nancy, Perry,Thimianstown ; sloop Allent Crocker,Bustomin,si.
Ar. at Savannah, S26i, blips Thorn, Liverpool, 34; 0-
.ryza, BRotterdam, 33, ballast ; Pylades, Boslon, 13b ; rig
Ventrosa, Allen, (of this port) Antwerp, 37, ballast ; h.
Catrolino, Emery, Wilmiogntom,2.
Cleared, ship Merchant. Fowler, Liverpool : brig Coin.
Hull.11iter, (of this port) New Orleans.
Ar. at Savannah, 27th, sch. Friendship, Barstow, (of
Bristol, Me,) Bermuda, 13, ballast. Cl. sloop Suppori,
Brigs Almira and Pearl, of'thisport, fur N. York, saileti
from Savmitah about 27tht.
Ar. at Savarinsh,28th,barqse Spartan, Coffin, Liverpool,
54-brigs Chatlham, Hardine. do. 38-Doris, G ridln, (Br.)
do. 54.-Up, brig Mount Hope, Nash-. for this port and
Portsmouth-sloop Allen-Crocker, for Plymouth, N. C.--
Virh't. N ornl''.' ienn[t -ie'tleaip, rtr ft. or ch. Went ton sea,
i.. L'- t ki. I ',."., '1Ju Merehant anir Cora, brintsTi os.
Nayltr, Pierre, and Pearl-seh's. Independence, of Pros-
pect-Hiumbird, of Boston.
Sailed from Charleston, 27th, shrs. Meteurv, of Saco,
and Ann Gurlthy, of Kingston, aind a fleet of about 23 sail
for Georgetown and Santee. [Most of thelatter put into
oull's Bay, same evening, wind ahead.]J
At. at Charleston, 28th, Be. ship Dunlop, Greenock, 49,
bal'ait; Dutch harque Gaod tHope, Antwerp, '40, do.-Sail-
ect, brig Two Friends, atii sell. Cadmus.
Ar. at Charleston, 29th, shell. Caroline & Nancy, Foster,
(ofM. cleias) J..quemel, 14.
Ar. at Charleston, 30th, Br. bhrie Gratitde, Kiennear,
Liverpool, and 37 from Kinsale ; brig Sarali Ann, Lom-i
bard, N Orleans, 15.
Cleared, Br. brig Harriet, Edwards, Liverpool. Sailed
ships Elizabet, M'INtsh, (ol Portland) ; Rober t Fulttn,
HPtlaridge ; asil Natcihez, Wrnick, Liverpool ; Br. brig
Mary, In-les, Milford tlaven ; sloop Suffolk, Savannah. .
Sloop Thos. &i Eliza, Erogmai, of this port. from Ocra-
cock, has a-. at Charleston, and el. same day'for Bermuda.
Set Hazardl, Raocket, for N. Yorki,has ci. at Georgetown.
The Br. ship lamniion, Banks, 45 days from Liverpool,
was outside of Wiltuijngon Bar 31st. Brig Gen. Ripley
went.to sea 27th.
Seh Libetv, Kendrick,nof Chatham. for Lubec,has sailed
front Richmond.
Ar. ar Norfolk, 29th, scl. Factor, (of Portland) N. York,
30th, brie Ricbmnad, Boston, 9. Ship Concord went to
sea 29th. ,
Ar at Norfrolk, st oint. sch Clothier, Gray, Bahiunore.fo
St. John, (N. B.) put in to fiflish loading ; sloops Comet,
Lawrence, Westnorr, via Y. York, 4; Olive Brane.h, (of N.
B.:(if:.rd)' N. ... .. i .r Balr. d2., sch. Clarissa, Small,
I ,f P, .:.... T s P..icre, 12. Cleared, St3st tilt. brig
I.,',.t,, ri. r s, i,,, ,, u ; sdih Mary, ivers, (of Bruns-
Ar at. Alexandria, lst inst hlip. Commerce, Liverpool,
(Feb 20 ) Sailed. urig Milo, Hall, Boston schs Industry,
Whielwright, W Indies : Betey, Griffith, of this port, for
.Haliftax ; Eratus, Etole of Portland, Ber'mniuda : Reap-
er, Boston t ;Miary Spear, of Tliomastown, for Portland.
Ar. at Alex'indri, ship Itis ine Empire, Nevburypurt ;
seis. Eliza Aitr, Thomastown ; Mary Elizabeth, Boston.
Up at AleantlriaI, 6th, sehs Kliza Ann, Jordant for this
I",rt ; Milo, Farnsworth, and Abigail, Elwel, fotr freight
sloop Ranger, Lebnroo, hor Prouvidence.
Se Hope oto Peace, Baker, of Harwich, for Darien, el.
at Baltimore 3d.
Ar. at Phila. 7tb, seh. Fame, York, Portland, 7. Ct. 6th,
selr. Joseph. IHawes, Boston.
Sch. Soplnronia, Perry, ofuSandwich, for W. Indies,has
cl. at New York.
Ar at N York, 5th, ship Canton. Liverpool, 36. Cl ships
Martha. Skctthiey. aund Importer, Lee, do.
Ship Courier, Eldredge, tor Liverpool, cl. at N. York 6th.
Sailed, ships Ann Maria, Liverpool ; Metior. Gibraltar ;
bris RIteibeu & Eliza, Livn'rpnl inam >son. Lisbon ; sels
Champion, W. Indies ; Buffalo, Bermuda ; Emerald, Bali-
son, Newt Orleans. Up, seh. Edward, for Boston.
Ar. at New York, 7tlh, Br. Packet Manchester, Elphin-
stolne, FfnloUriti. 42, Bermlouda, 10, with the FIeb. Mail ;
bries Lanurel, Hiskell, St. Andrews ; Hero, Sears, Wil-
iiiu-gtow,6. CL brigs Portland and Castor, Portland.
Ship Virtgiia, 21 days from St. Croix, anid 3 brigs, were
below at N. York on.u Saturday morning.
. The stesm-hoat Swift, (rigled as a brig) Capt. Nicholl,
is to sail from N. York 15thb, or Riu Janeiro.
Ar ,, F. :.I. .- It, sch. Joshua, Alley, (of Kennebe)
A,.aut., I ...0 s Victory and Betsey, Boston.
Ar. st Newport. 7th, brig Traveller, Havana, 21; for
Providene. Cl. ship Ocean, Hudson, N. Orleans.
Ship Messenger, Buffinton, for Europe, cl. at Salem 7tlh.

place tmay be viewed at any time on appIatiion to
cithe'r of the per' ons above enstiu d.
Rlexbury, A.pril I th, 18-20.

D.'- ? 'I House in C(N itr. on-str' t.
FOh L, or to L''T-T'ie Hiuse, ainer r.:
West tnd Cmimmon-street. contr. iiing nearly
tle thoulsan:,id fi''t ofr Lund., with evvry conven'inca
for a finaily ; will lie sold or Ineasd. Fior itermi,
apply to DAVID GUREENOUGAU. Api.d i.


Just published iud for sale by
Originally published at the Office rufi the National
lutelligeincer, by tIle friends of Coua. DECATUtR.
Price 25 cents.

removed to No. 28, Long-wharf.
april I. episf."
f iIOGANY, with hair seats, b, ass nils, anid
iron screws, or of mahogany entire.--A
great variety, for sale at the
No. -34, t A)TUKT STamT, (Up Slairs,)
Entrance asecondDoor belo nr Pradclin avenue,
Pino o iLones. London r I s,te)n niantif'ctuure, to
sell or let. An extensive assoriitent of' M sie antd
Musical lostruments,. Bugles, Trumpets, Tasmbo-
rines, Clarionets, sfc. &c. as above. A. IIt.
FpHE subscribers having formed a connexion in
jL business tinder hJe firm of
for the purpose nf selling DOMNESTIC GOODS
on Commission. wotld respectfully inform Manu.
factuetars and the [public generally, that they have
taken thelargv and commodious Chamobers in the
Fire-Proof tBilding, No. 59, State-street, Boston,
(tiw doors below .en.chant's "w.i ht-ai, c ,hey
are ready to receive consignment,, ..-i ti' ..,t n01
those who mn.y favour i tl.h with custom.
They will also have constantly for sale, LINE)N
and all other kinds of American Ma uNtUactured
Refer to
Messrs. Samuel Billings & Co.
Santuel J. Prescott, Etq.
i Mr. A. P' Cleveland, of the House of
S.ilishury & Cleveland.
Boston. .Jpril 11 (th, 1820. 3m.
4 OlN PETI,''', from lasis, uontinutl to Dye :II
kinds ofSilli; Woolen and Cottuu Gooda---cleats
Wooletn and Silk Stuffs, l,ac a)resa-, (Garments,
Carputs,.Blatkets, &c. Military Unifyieius clean-
ed, and their colors rendered altpare.utly new. AL-
SO, Deer Skins, lovesa anid P-ntaloons.
J. P. having gainitd much experience in Ihe Me-
rino Shawl Manufactories in Paris, is thereby ena-
bled to cleans Merino and Casahier.ie Shi ws, anil
m ike them rim '.i .t rc & ninr'if ,. 11 their
colour. ( I ie .ru lit I ,u ,., ', ,'.u l.,ia, r teiV-
e.- spril II.
HE subscriber hlis received all Offcil List (if
Military Bounty Lands in the State.sf [Ilinois,
which have been fiorfeledi to the. State, in conse-
quende 6fthe the xes nt beint pa;d, whii-h were dtile
oni the 1st of Oct. 1819.. The time of/ redemption
expires on the lit of Oct. (1811. Th6se persons
who -are interested ill these landts, woult do well to
attend to the payment oftheir taxes ere it be too
aIste. 'The amount of lax and really may be-seen
by appl)yion to the subscriler-, who will alttrnd to
pay ing the same. SA "t UiA. DAN A,
April 10. JV,.,5, Congtes-sat. --
.A0ore iuck at Vender's 1 ce 7
Prizes above Z7,5th daY's draw g.
O F 300, Nos. 3.184 and 579-S-Of 52100. No.
5 520t7, and (No. 1128-2, solhi at Henfder's it? quar-
te's)- -Of 520, Nos 4ll0, 18:6, 6,-20--Of 610,
Nos. 9139, 2i60, 8327, 1t1, 5935.4411, 2526.
First drawn Hlnk 't'tIS DAY will be entitled to
'To IOEtl1oW,
ON TIUtnsnAts .
The Lottery will finiish next week. -A fv more
Tickets tmay yet be had at
Wholes a 7, Qaarters 1 87; April II.
IOHN ROULSTONE respectfully informs the,
e Ladies anil Gentleren of Boston, that having
recently received considerable enco n'rgenient to
open i Schooln in the city of Phieklplhia, he f r.aIs
himselfoutlei' the necessity of infor'ting tiern. that
lie shall leave town im a few weeks, uiless sufficient
encouragement should be offered to enable him
to continue his Schlool in town. It is therefore ne-
cessary that he should a ceri tit as early i possible,
tile intention of all desirous ifItaplronizrng lia
School, that he m..y be enabled to decide at once of
the practicability nt'his future plans.
Should lie continue i ,s usual, I: Cit Lrcasn will be
kept in good order, and his School will oenilmene
for Gentlemen every- morning, fiinm 5 to 8 o'clock.
Ladies' on commencing Iheir lessons, Ivery day
fi'rom 9 toI I o'clock. Ladies' who practise, from
11 t0 1 o'clock.
(1j Private Lessons in the afternoon.
He has the best roke horses suithible f)r invTlids
and others-and every attention will be iaid to the
wants of tuition by those who m-y honor hiut lwitll
their patrow.ge. lidhpeplenent ol'rccniring the art
of Riding, it ought to be considered that the exercise
is greatly condunive to heahli. The weak anol iii-
firim are invigoraled in a manner no less pleasing
than surprising-and the most satisfacilory evidence
.can be given that this exercise has restored health
and strength to many who otherwise must have re-
mained debilitated aid ever niserab e.
Horse Artillery and Infantry Exeicise, taught by
Mr. R. at the above School.
Gentlemen whbodo not wish to be instaluled, can-
be accommodated with Horses lob etx-:rcise ; and if
requested Mr. tR. wi.1 give Lessons on the IRoad.
April 11.
"l'1I'CE is here'I V given, '5 hat
N1' tle Srubscribcr hias been duly appti tedl Ad-
ministratrix of hie (Good s ind asite ot'
late of Boston, in the County (nf Stjfflk, BakPr,
deceased, and has taken upon hlrsell that trust by
giving bonds, as the Irnw directs. And all pern,.ns
having demnanduls npn the Estate of the said Josesa
A .LLrN, are required to exhiblit the same ; antI aIll
persons indebted to thIe said Estate, are called upua
to make paym'r-nt to
l,UI'V ALLEN, Adnaiotistrats'ix.
Boston, ,arti'ch 20. 1820 A. 11.
r iFltE Commissioners appointedl by thIe Hon.
@ Judge of Prabate fir tbe Crtnty of SuffloIk, to re-
eeive aidt examine lie claims o the several Creditors ta
tihe Estate of
late of Boston, in the County of Suflir. Baker, dIeceased,
retpresentet insolvent, hetreb c;csm .*k.-, thait six months
are allowed by said Jutldge i I i l- ..e for thie Connmis-
aioners to receiveannd examine said claims, and tlihat they
will auend (that service aoi uthe lhiint 'S'l rsdty oh this antut
the five toliiWrine in 'ntIs, frmun 6 mo 9 o'clock, P. M- at
Mr. Forster's Coffre-.,ouuu., N". 74, Cuiunri-lreen.
JOSEPH PEIttCE, Criirmen-
loston, April 10, 1820.
rTO BIE LET, for the term of one or more years,
Sand possession given the first doy of May next,
the Mansionn-house of the late li.Iph Smith, E-q.
deceased. The flouse is pleasantly situ.ted a few
rods west ol'fthe Rev. Dr. Porter'. ".i..- : ..; i".',
hl s a Par!our,Sitting-roomn, antl -. 1....'., ti :.
on the lower floor, five tChamb res, exeliusivet of
sleeping rooms for thIe domeatnc, a gioud Chnisn-
house, Wool.huuse and untcessiar)' .out-buildrngs.--
There is attached to thIe premise s a liirge Ga(iden.
with a variety ol excellent I' uits.in i bearing sa'.ate,
andl a supp'.y of pum|.p aint rivi'r saaer T'ile rent
will be reasonable. For fun ether piartiuhttsrs apply

For JLI. F'.POOL, -
Th ., w e c pocket ship FALCOT, Jos.
'- no I -tU.n.'5-... as, sier c laingopp.isl" Noi.
4.5 : nrana-wi rf h.Iving enmotmencl o:aoi;"tg, and
t.1 ,, tl. da ,'1 c enrg'i e i 't g d, is intende;r fI sail
o i i.,at. i- or I" eihiA t or passage, t pr iy, In
',' IN;t OIV/ LI-,I .S &;i0. Noi 4, ,Cenhr'l-wlfor
I1 Nt 1 ILIISY, K liiv street. l'. aprii 1 .
.., l The regular trading packet sch.
-' ;s 'BENJ. FRA NKLtN.JOItS Fos're.,nnias-
1Cer. having parl of her ergo e,,Fgaged, will ,sail in
a fewdays. For freight or passage, having elegant
IOcrmOnrdation' applyis- (ne master o i bonlrd at
i'liladhlphith Packet whr-ef. EK)W. k W M REY-
N'OLUS, or WV. B3. REYNOLDS. April 11.,
The schr. TRAVELLER,
Taamrs SMrTr, master, laying opposite
No. 34, Central wharf, narrh side ; she will sail on
Sunday next. For freight or passage, apply to
tfiNJAMIN BANGS, No. 34, Central-wharf, or
to JOIIN AYERS, No. 30, Long-wharf.
April II.
/,fr'.. The excellent schr. HENRY,
'%.is'J" hburthen 56 tons,every way calculated andl
found for a Mackerel voyage, for which purpose
she will be chartered on reasonable terms,onn appli-
cation to Capt. Merean, on board said schr. oppo-
site No. 32, Indis-street April 11.
,''. 'i lie schr. NANCY-ANN, low
S.'. ,I,. VI-. 103S tons, 3 years old, suitable for
Ihi '. tl',..- or south of Europe.
A Brig of I80 tons, and a Brig
b., of 150 tons. Apply it) 1'IIO'S THAX-
'.i', .iip and Merchandize Broker, No 16, State-
street. April. 11.
IOHN F. PRIEST, No. 6, Iadia-street, has for
sale, PASSMORE SCYTHES, in lots to suit
purchasers. Likewise, a general assortment of
Swedes, Russia and English Iron--Nail Plates and
Rods, and NAils of all sizes, from the Amesbury
Nail Factory Company. 6p April I0.
N O. 19, Indil-w.harf, offer for sale-100 bales
prime N. Orleans Cotton-100 do. Bear, Ot-
ter, Wild Cat, Raccoon, Muskrat and Beaver Skins
-Buff,lo Robes-Russia and Ravens Duck.
april 11.
AVE for dale, 200 asks fRaisins, and 200
J. drums Sultana Raisins,in prime oder. A. II.
I XBY & VALENTINE, No. 5, Fish-street,
have for sale, now landing from brig Exclihige,
from Messina,
500 boxes Lemons in fine order, '
300 do d. Oranges tio. do. -In Sto're,
150 l'tds. Surinram Molasaess,
whole, half and quarter boxes Muscatel Eai-
sius-20 lihds. N. E. Rum,
300 Ihlids coarse SoaIl,
'ill pipes Catalonia Wine, entitled to debenture,
49 bls. dry Malaga Wine, afloat,
500 hlids. Liverpool Salt. April I1.
"f OR sale, four hundred bbls. supertine Howardi
9 'street Flour. Apply at No. 34, Central-
wharf, to WM. MACK kY, Jr. April 11.
O NE hundred and four hhds. Matanzas Molasses,
40 hhds. Guadaloupe do.
18 bags Coffee, now landing and for sale by
street- Aprill 1 ..
F ORTY bhlis and 8 bbls. prime St. Croix Sn-
:-r, r--...ived per sch. Telegraph. For sale
by V1, 1LI I \l RITCHIE, No. 13, Rowe's-wharf
April 11. spi.
T ANDING from sloop Enterprize-Winter
j Pressed SpermnOii-Summner strained di,.--
VWhle Oil, from Pacific Ocean--Spermaceti Can-
dies--Slaib Whale I.one, For saieby WMI. LOV-
ERING, Jr. No. 49, Stale-street. April It.
PICKMAN, ROGERS & CO. No. 24, India-
wharf, have for sale,
Prime Bengal Indigo,
Bcgga and Benares Sugar,
Young Hlyson and Hyson Skin Tea,
Ginger-Gunny B-gs,
Ban;e Tin-Russia and Ravens Duck,
Russia Sheetings-Calcutta Cotton Goods,
SCloppa R.omals epistf. April I1.
T ANDING from sloop Industry, J.va Coffee,
A entitled to debentureand for sale by BAlKER
& HODGEb, No. 30, India-street. April 14.
m'H F' cargo of echr. Henry, trom Trinidad de
S'Cuba, consisting of' .
Prime retailing Sugar's and Molasses. For sale
by RICHARD L. TUCKER & CO. No. 32, India.
street. April 11I.
FLOUR, &c.
I D. & WM. REYNOLDS,Ko. 8,Lodg-wharf,
?, have Ibr sale,
287 bbls Alexandria Flour,
50 boxes'blue and white Starch,
12 hbds Philadelphia Rye Gin,
6)U gallons Linseed Oil,
20 pipes Rochelle Brandy,
4 do. Weesp Anchor Gin, April 11.
AVE for sale, Russia, Ravens and heavy Duck,
Palm Oil, French" Brandy, Mess and No. I
B-ef, No I aud No. 2 Pork. itsf. A. II.
Java Cofee, Hum, imperial Tea.

TOW landing and for sale by RICHARD D.
365 bag, excellent Java Coffee, entitled to deben-
28 puncheons good 3d proof Rum, do.
30S chests Imperial Tea, do. Ie SottOsE,
150) bbls. superhne Flour,
i'70 do. Mess Beef,
50 (io No. I, and navy mess Perk,
350 bhlts first quality Duck,
200 pieces Shaetings,
Ravens and half DcIk,
30 boxes Superior Souchong Tea,
10 chests Tea,
50 puncheonsa Rum,
49 pipe's Holland Gin,
100 haltikegs manufsctured Tobacco,
20 tiereas Alum-50 chests ithubarb,
20 cases Jordan Almntds,
12 pipes Mtdeira and Catalonia Wine. april iI.
SOHNN FOX, NOf. 60, Cornhill, has for sale, a
large assortment of fine 7-8 and 4-4 Linens, of
the most approved bleaches.
.l'so-Fine Linen Cambries and Hatndkerchiefs.
with plaint antd colored borders. 6wis. Feb. 18.
Jfio de la Hachel Wood, Goat Skins,
?OSEPH FIELD h CO. No 17, Long whasrf',
a1 have for sale, c' '..,..r. : ,.mn sloop Orion,
5 tons Riode la il ..- I i
3000 Curracoa Goat Skits. p'me quality,
30 bales Alabana Cotton,
o20 blds Pilot Breal,
ti d. isu perfine Flour,
100 halfbbls. do. (o. April 11.

()-NE hnd'red' casks Sinmrner Strsainedl SIr ni
I OIL., far Lamnas--r-For sale by JOS1AI-
,Il.ADLEE & CO. No. 29, Indis-street. A. 11.

F Ot sale.a sel of Exch nge. nn S. Williams, for
4'251, by BAKER nt. HODGES, No 30, Indi-
tire t. April 11.

s Youm<" ''i!'i,'dl Woman, with a
good '.r'cast nf '. iok. v' lhes a place in a gen-
t'e i f ;ntr i!,'. s Nmn .A4,, ecornmeldatiu ns can
be giren. Siq .'ej ,,l .h c'iri street. A. 11.

V1. & G. iT CKE. IA N,
,fit 'l.8 cE f -S"-7I7Er-',
-'f A"sE Irr t'ieriJ int, si [-'ulconanni 7';-iton,
j ', st (I.) Il;!5st,-,l.Sd Sho~e.e.id asi. bi,:-I,
CaSL Sit-el oSc-' s 'itl Siod hs.
Cast h:ecl, at.d '.;inane Sl'eel >, Cut and otL: '
Piles and i o sp-, o', very d escri ionn,
Commode Nibs atnd tiher GCabiet Wares,
h'lated,3riarniat and rIron r'ea arid Table Spoons,
; ',Lsdles, e.
First quality Gun Locks,
full size Yellow and IWhite 5i ,t:.ry B.ll But-
Locks, Latches, Putts and Ser.-w-.
Which, with a great variety ..i 'l.l Ware, Cut-
lery, Saddlery and F'nincy Golds, Lines and Twines
and Cordage generally-Brass K.,ttles-- Shovels
and Spades--Glisa.-Axes- Hoes-Press Screws,
for every Mechanical purpose, &c. &c. make their
Spring Stock very complete-and small which are of-
fered at a reasonable :dvsance, for Cash or apptrov-
ed Credit. 2ns April II.
SAVE received by the late arrivals from Liver-
pool, a general assortment of
Cotton and Woollen Goods.
They have also lately received variety of Can-
ton Goods, viz. :
Black Sarsnets and Sinehaws,
Green figured and changeable Sarsnets,'-
Black Silk Handkerchichi,
Checked and fancy do.
Black Florentines,
Blick and color ed Sewing Silk,
Nankin and Canton Crtapes,
Company and short buff Nankins,
Blue Nankins, &c. &e. For sale at No 36, Broa-d-
street. april 7-
QUhiNCY Y l Il' i-,
H. qr j JVo 14, ( ,.'h. ", /.,
TAS just received--coloured Neck Cloths of en-
tire new and elegant patterns; 4-4 and 5-4 white
do. superior quality ; best company Fl-gg Hdlks. ;
5.4 black silk do. superior quality ; Men's best Gre-
noble Kid Gloves, or summer wear; hLadies' un-
dressed Kid do. dark colour's ; black and coloured
Tabby Velvels ; white India Sarsnets and Pongues;
best Nankin and Canton Crapes ; plain and figured
Green Gauzes ; Mixt Lustring, for summer wear ;
white working Chmnells ; new Fancy Buttons, &c.
&e. April 11.
( ARLE'TON & UCpNANT, No. 39, Market-
street, have just opened for sale, a complete
assortment of fresh imported Leghorn STRAWS,
from No. 28 to 53, inclusive.
Also, White Chip Flats--I cese Pink Ginghams,
c. 3tis. April II.
Superfine Mf1arseilles Vestings, Irish
Linens, &e.
NDREW B. JEN NISON, No. 62, Cornhlill,
has for sale--I case superfine Marseilles Ves'
tings, elegant patternt--1 case 4-4 'nad 7-8 Irish
Liuens--Levantines and Florence Silks--Bornba-
zines--Cambric Prints--Merino Shawls--Csnton
and Nankin Ceapes--Coneans-Coloured Cambries
-Muslins-Silk Nett Scarfs--Silk Hose, &c. &ic.
April 11. 2spis
.Don't forget the Aumber.

--Going off Rapidly.-


."3 4
-'.r..,... '. '-I'
','- '' ', -'l'l ^r', i

S -.. ..i t..i ... ., ;assortment
-I if' I .. .,.:-, -,,, 1-4 of the la-
test importations nod newest patterns at thie most
reduced prices, which are goig off rapidly. Like
evrse, t case elegant steai-loor Shirtings, 4-4, ist
quality, very superior S 6 per yi only-15'0 yds.
do. low pr ced 20 and 25 ts-100 pieces 4-4 and
6 4 Cotton Canborics and Cambric Muslius, from
2s3d to 4s6d per yard- 200 pieces India Cottons,
S3 50 each. 5-4 wide, 20 yards to a piece,extrenme.
ly nice-going offrapidly-Also, a complete assort-
ment o-if ins,imiltion, India, ,"'... .) and plain
Leiro's--Scitch Lsawt., &e. Likewise, an exten-
sive as-O-m'rnI of radclol thls, C ies,e Satti-
nets, Pelisse Cloths, Flnnels, which are offered un-
Sonly bw"- case eganot black Silks, 1prim e lot,
7-8 wid-, at 3 9 per yard, only, going wiih great a-
pidity-1 do. plaid and changeable do. proportiona-
bly low--l300yards green and colored Levantmesi
.itt 46 per yard-100 pieces black and colored Hom,-
bazets, from Is6 to 3 9 per yArd--tigether- with
the most extensive assortment of seasonable Goods.
that can be found in market, Wihich are going iof
rapidly. In Addition, a fineassortnment of Canton
Croles, all csolrs, which are going at the low price
oh 4 --? -. .1 .. 11
Su .vat i.er spiori. n, t .'l-,r i .
.l .wRICARDS, Jr No. 6, Dock-square, has
*. G Jiut received per Triton and Falcon, fiomn
divetLrpool, a few cases of Ducking Guns, Fowling
Pieces, Fuzees, Muskets and Pistols, comprising
As complete n a ssortme nt as can be fourtad in town.
In tIrs aboveare included three complawte stands of
Fuzees, and one of Muskets, of tiff rent costs, and
numbered from I a 64,allbeingof*"Ketlaad'a" best
manufacture, and made to order.
Also, Gun and Pistol Locks, ofi all kinds. Powder
Flasks, Shot Belts, Gun-cleeners, Wadd Punches,
Cap'd Worms, &e .
Likewise, a quantity of Butt's and other mann-
factuer'Is'best Gun Powder, bhot assorted sizes,
Balls, &c. Aprril 11
a C superior quality, forsaile at 27, Long-wharf,
b y RiCE st i HAX'I lR, istraww. A. Il

0O Bitny i-iA's tis MNedine has D sn re sor-

fsappeite, costiveness flatulence, depression, fc. In
suci inqstances, by ite ration of his reomedyl, rlte stonm-
ach is tru arbly Ioitteil. t he spirits revived, digestion te-'
sore pl, antI a free aiernstiratioo pre duced.
Binrt peculiar y ainlaped tro cleanse the usri-
ry giving a tone to 1......r, o the, r iobld,and in-
vigorating the whole ysteom.
PFeraons learlin toetlentarv inactive lives,
iwoud act wisely hy securing a continuance of their health,
by means of this generous stomaehie, as well as all epi-
cures and hooviviants who wish for a delicious and del-
icate preprbtive lf thne appetite, he best companion at
lite lestte b aed. Price 50 cents a box.

These Pills are also very useful in the
Jaundice, and ought to e used with the Biters. They re-
move pains in the bead, side or stomach. strictuces in the
clheit,iollic. &c. They effectually prevent a redndniln-
cy of while, and always operates a ttee and gentle cathitr-
lie. They are also an infallible remedy for worms. Price
50 cents a box
For ale by JOHN P. vWIHTWELL, Agent for the Boa.
ton Infirmary, i o ronit i" nbte CumineciRnt Coffee House.
Aptil il.



'To-morrow fP'v inn, .pril 2th,
(First time these" 12 years) Mqretioa's Hinorical Play, called

Or-The Discovery of lnerica.
S(tis firsm appearance since his severe i ndsp.naton.)
(For other Characters, as slso or-....i...., -r t Scenery, Ma-
chinery, &c. .... t,,i ..,

After which, an admired Hisrlequinade, in one act, called
Or-Harlequin Shipwrecked /

To which will be added. the much admired Melo Drama, in
two acts-called
(For Cliaraaters, see small bills.)

0' MR11. BROWN'S BENEFIT on Friday.
(t' Mlt. BILAY'S BENEFITon Monday.
Last Xiight (f 'eiformance '

'-T ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gen.
St( llemen of Boston, that his last Exhibition. ill
take place -THIS EVEN rNG.at CONCERT-
IHALL. i i.- ,. who have not yet seen his unrival-
led periforn anca s, are 'n. I..;d i.; r' .1,,.., to wit-
ness one of the most no,' I 1 ,, -it.- ..i Exhibi-
tions ever seen in this or any other place.
RAMO SAMEI,, will introduce several feats
new and interesting.
He will exhibit great and astonishing Feats of
Strength-A Series of Evolutions with four hollow
Brass Balls-and BALANCING.
The popularity of his performances increase as
they become more known ; and are free f-rom any
thing in the least degree offensive to the spectators.
IlHis performance closes with his
Actually swallowing a SWORD, nearly to feet

Performance to commence at 7 o'clock. Tick-
ets 50 centis--Children half price. April II.
For Ihe Benefit of rr. G ANtGER,
sen. utimder the patronage and direction of trhe
I ll, I'..i.i. -.e respectfully informed that the
I I..Ihr-.. ..e ,Socetvey intend giving a COXV'-
LEf I' lr ume Benefit of Mr GRANGER, sen. on
Thursday Evening, April 13, at the Hall in Pond-
street, when will be performed the following choice
selection of Music :-
Haydnls celebrated Surprise Symphony, Full Orchestra.
Song, .. A Member.
Divermento for Violin, Oboe, &c.composed by F .Granger.
Glee, Aimateurs.
Rondean, Clarionet, Mr. Hrt.
Conct, Piano Forte, iss Hewitt.
Celebrate,. La Chasse Syntiphony by Pileyel, Full Orchestra.
Song An Armateur.
Solo, Violin, r. Osti i.
lIlexel's celebrated Conecrtante in E flat,
Cmetih, Amsteur.
Performance to commence at 7 o'clock precisely.
e' i'icaket, one Dollar each, to be had st Pr.
ker's C:.- 1..i ;.,; I 1 ,, I .Cornhillat Mr. Grauii-
ner'e, I' -. i .... L 1, and of the Secretery
of the Philharrtonic Society. April 11.
i,l-;E:< ..-\N 8 & OPE.
So. 37, Jindta-ciharf,
AVE FOIR SALE, several voices cutuitaming
Crapes, black and colored.
Crape Shawis,
Sursnets. black and chairgeable,
Sinchiaws. blIck and do
Black Hlirndkerchii fs, c. &e. ALsO,
An invoice Canton U Cinta, od 10,1000 Sp-iniai
Dollars. april il.
A SUPERB IParis Ilnrp t, 18'by 2-2feet, without '
seam, made entire, with an elegant' board .r,
cost one thousand francs, for sale at No, 15, Kilby-
AJls-a great variety of Seasonable Goods, con-
sisting of Italiin Sewing Silk, yellow and blue Nan-
kins, Long Lawns, Coloured Velvets, Bleached A-
nierican Shleeings, Blue. Calicoes, Cambrics, Rus-
aila Sheeting', Carlisle I 'I ',1 in Gingharm Robes,
Cambric Dimities, Pongees, Beaver Gloves, &c.&c,
April 1, episi4t;
O NE case containing a good assortinent ofThreod
Laces, for sale low. AIso, 4 4 and 7 & Irish
Linens ; 3 4bairds' eye Diapers, Jist received from
S nation, andt for sale by JOSEPH EUSTIS, Jr.
No. 6, Cornhill, at fair prices. April II.
,- AVE for sale, .an lnvoi',e of elegant cut and
r plain S'. 1 -.:. I., -1 from the Manufacturers,
which they 1i 1. II 'r', low. istf. A. 11.
G O1 [o A ecominodations and Gwen-
teel Apartmentis lor twoor three single gen-
leimen;or a Gentleman and his Lady, at 3, bS um-
mer-street, where may be had also a front par'.'lor,
pleasantly situated, on moderate terms. 1iquire at
the Pallidiuim-oflice. april 11.



THIS DAY, at past 11 o'clock,
Oppo.ite,Xo. 19, CENTRI.L-VWHAitRF,
IS hhids. IMVuscovado Sugars, entitled
to debenture.

THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
Ten thousand flolla0rs U. States' 6 per
caunt. 8oek--loau of 181i.

On THURSDAY next, at 4. o'clock, P.M.
Ait lev. ,Mr. Palfiey's ..,'n,: ..' .7 *.
f a in Iratcfe Square,
PEW number eighty-two.

FURain'TURE. ,
On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
AJt the Long aoonts, osuer ./n'. Calltnde'"s store
in Attarboi o' street,
The FUINITU RE of a person brea-
king tip. House-Keeping, consisting of Eight Kid-
dermtinister Carpets--bive sets of lirass Andirons
--two Sofas--El'gant Fancy Chairs--Bamboo
do.--Sidenboard-fliurenus, wilb and without small
top drawers--Feather Beds--Bedsteads--elegant
Cotton Connterpanos- lBkets, extra large and
common size-li-t and WVindnw Curtains-Bed and
Table Linen-Tables, various kinds-gilt framed
Looking Glasses -Dining tnt Tea Sets thinta-cut
and plain lasss Ware- Plated tnd Brass Candle-
sticks-'Tnilet IF bles iandi Gltsses----Wash and
Iigt Sta nds-t g ether with a variety of other ar-
Litcies of useful Furniture-- Kiethen Frn'niture, cc.

To be sold by Oder of Curt,
On FRIDAY, the 14thb day of April nxt, at I1 o'clk.
A Lot of LAND, situated in South-
Russell-street, measuring 40 feet on said street--70
feet deep, together wilh the Buildings thereon-
it being the p',tpiertv of thI late STEpHESr Woons'
deceased. LUCY WOODS, Ad, nii.stratrix.
Boston, .lirc'h 24, 1 S0.



THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
: 't-No. 24, FRJA'KLIN-PL ,ACE
Part of the Furniture of said House,
consisting of Turkey, Kidderminster & Straw Car-
lpots-Sair C-rpets-set of Mahogany Chairs with
Hair Se.,ts-Sid-board-Fancy .. other Chairs--Di-
ning and Card Tables--Mahogany Wardrobe-one
elegant full length Dressing Glass, on castors-
Looking Glasses--Chiar and Gl.0ss Ware-Ivory-
handled Knives and Forks-Brass FireSets & Fen-
ders-handsome Pl:ned Ware---I elegant Table
Cloth, with Napkins to match-2 pair China Fruit
Baskets-one Piano Forte.
Also-One elegant French Bedstead, with Silk
Curtains, Counterpanes and Window Curtbins to
ormtch-Best Feither Beds and Matrasses-High
Post Bedsteo.ds-Beds and Bedildig, &c.
A iso-A variety if Kitchen Furniture-anda few
Empty Pipes and Quarter Casks, &c.

aqufflIk, ss Boston. April 8, 18-20.
Taken by Execution, and will be sold at Public Auction,
0n WEDNESDAY next, (To-morrow) at Ito o'cek.
t a Brick House, ?
at the lower' pait of Eliot-street, 5
The whole Furniture of said House, be-
ing elegant, fashionable and nearly new, consisting
of Grecian Card Tables--Dining and Pembroke
Tables--Work Table--Bureaus-R-igh post Hed-
steads and Curtains--Secretary and Book Case-
Fancy Chairs- Sofa--Bedsteads-Beds i & Brdding
-Damak ablee Cloths--large Carpets-Rugs-
Dressing Glasses-Wash Stands-Brass Fire Sets
-Patent Timepiece---Chimney Glass---Looking
Glasses-Lop Box and Counters- Liquer Case--
Dining Set--Tea do.-Castors--Lamnps and Drop
('..i. .. &i i -L'.r. k-ry & Glass Ware--Waiters,
&Ec. ALSO-The Kitchen Fifrniture.
Per order of C. P. SUMNER, D'epy. Sher.
And immediately, after the above, to satisfy a
debt--20 pieces of elegant and useful Cabinet Fur-
niture, made in the most faithful manner.
The above may be examined this day.

THIS DAY, at J past 11 o'clock,
Opposite a'o. 49, India-wharf,
30 bhOds. and 15 tierces very superior
Molasses, suitable for retailing or Bakers' use.
SUFFOLK, ss. BOSTON., A'tPRI 8, 1820.
Taketn on execution, andiwill be sold at public auction,
On W% DNlir.D'tY next, (.T'o-morro-w,) at 9 ,'elk.
JAt Store No, 11, Ma'rket Roaw,
The entire Stock of Messrs. Lodge &
Draper, on execution, consisting of a large and val
u.-ble assortment of ilnrussels, Venetian, and Kidder-
minster ips,'ri,,rS-.fImperial and Wilton flearth
ugs-I a I.-..,n Napkins- Linen Sheetings&
I i...... .--. :,. Diapers sad Crash-Fine Flan.
.,, i it,', i I I..nI.. -i i-Rottinotts-
Scotch and T ,I .., Pi id- N .1,,,I1-Sarsnets-
Einchaws--Fr'ench Florences--Plain and figured
Taffeta itibb.ans-Nankin, Cianton & Italian Crapes,
bl.ick and coloured--Russia Sheetings-Silk and
SMei'ino'S'itwis and fldkl's--Calheoes-Furniture &
Vestings--Plain ki figured Leno and Cambric Mus-
lins--Larobs'.wool. Angola, Worsted, Cotton and
bilk Hose-Silh, Kid and Leather Gloves-Broad-
clioths-- elisse Cloths-Chiasitoeres--Blarkets, &e.
--the whole cinpr'isiing a very valuable Stock.
SThe sole witl lcnirrmeoce at 9 o'clock on %% -J-,
dey rornlnr.g, withI.the cut Goods in the Shup-ro-
hl conotii d on Thursdaiy morning, at 9 o'clock,
with the bhuss-ls Carpeting in the Chambers ov.r
the Store-and on Friday mornisig,.at 9 o'clock,
with the Dil.pers, Napkins he Damask Tblile Linen.
%*"Parcih,.' rs will please notice that the Uarpet-
ing, Diali'rs, Napkins and Damask Table Linen,
will be so.I in lots to aeconmmodate private families,
and may be crxfined on Monday, Tuesday, 'and
Wednesday prrcosling the sale.
L. BHLDWIN, Dep'u. Sher.

On FRIDIAY next, at 12 o'clock,
Ar O.vritE--.VNo. 20, Kilby street,
19 pipes Canary WVine, beiog the re-
mainder of the be g Eliza-Hailey's cargo.
Conditions at sale.

On c..i I .i. 'Y next, at 9 o'clock,
.. "o. 6, Alyrtle-street, 7
corner of Belknap-street, S
The Furniture of said House, consist-
itgof Carnets- I ..' .1- 1. :...--MAbogany Chs'i-s
-Stfa-Card T 1' i.-. -,',-I. and Pembroke Ta-
bles-Settees-Fancy Ch.Airs--Fire S, ts-Rlgs-
Plated and brass tCiandl'sticks-Screens-Paintings
-Piano Forte-Eintry .iamp-Entry andSlatirCar.
pets-- Bcass od-Silver Tea and Tible Spoons-
Ivor} -handli d Knives & Forks--Dining Set of Liv-
erpool Ware--China Tea Sets-Beds-Bedsteads-
N... (. ,i.... C(hairs, &c. &e. A .so--30
vols. R ..' Pamphlets-Maps.
Jndl imniediietely '.i he sale of Furniture--
PEW No. 83, in i .....,, Church, with uooks,
Cudiions, Crickets, kc.

On SATURDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
/ On the PEMISES,
The House in Bowdoinstreet, the 3d
from Beacon-street, formerly occupied by Jobha
Heard, Jr. Esq( and lately by Angusinis Peabody,
Eaq--adjoius the gardens of the Bowdoln mansion,
and is considered one of the most pleasant situations
in town--it has a permanent supply of excellent
water, and will always command respectable ten-
ants--it is now unoccupied, and may be viewed ev-
ery fair day from 3 to 6, P.M. Conditions liberal,
and made known t thesale, which will be peremp-
tory. For further particuenlars, inquire of DANIEL
WILD, No. 12, Exchange-street, or the Auct'rs.

Commercial ( ./. L House for Sale.
'-'o lie sold at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, May 1st, at 12 o'clock,
On the Floor of the Commercial a 7:
The Lease of this whole h *l i h... ,in
si.taite at the corner of Milk, Batterymarch and
Kilby-streets, for 497 yesrs from tile Ith day of
October, 181S, as stipnsttedsi .the lease madte by
David Sears, Esq. to Uriahs Cniting, deceased, uf
the said 8ih ray of October, 1818, and is suljected
to a payment to the said Sears in quarter yearly
payments of 33 tons of Wheat or Indian Corn per
annu ; which con dition has hlen ligeid to ihe
payment inn pure Gold, in lieu of the said Witeat or
Indian Corn, at the option of the lessee, until the
yea 184.os, whicb is equal to a900 per annum; anti
whih muslt be' paid by the purchsser to said Sears,
agreesble to the terms anIl couditious of said lease,
to which, reference may be had for further parting.
This establishment is now under Leases for the
terms, and at the'rates as follows :-
The Mansion House, Rent S1650, lease expires
Ista of Oet 18'24.
Detached apa moments, viz :-
s2Dt0, lease expires 29th Nov. 1822.
160, do. do. Ist July, 1820.
150, do. do. !st July, 1823.
t50, do. do, l aNov. 1820.
175, do. do. lia Oct. 1832.
Together making t2485. The purchaser will be
entitled to all ie ..I ..-. .f 'in.. lease from M r.
Sears, fir 497 yeai i. .. .ii. 1818, anil subject
to all the conditions of thatand subise quent leases.-
One quarter of tie pIntehrse money most be paid
wist in 30 days atter the sale; one quarter in six
ioni one qarr i twelve months e ter is t e ons ; alid one
quarter i nto year --with good secu rity. For tfur-
ther particrl',it'r, please o!,ply to dliesrt. 'l'. K.
On THURSDAY next, at 2 P.M.

By Orilder of the Adininistrator on the Estate of the late
Hanirnalh Eyeret-At tier late Dwelling-Hotue,
A variety of i'ousehlold Furniture.
Like-tvise-A Chaise and harness, nearly new-
one other Chatie- a Hfrse--a Cow--hlay-Faerm-
ing Utensils, .e. EC1EN. EATON, Jr. AucI'r.
Ditchlestr, Apr-it 7, 1820.



THIS DAY, at 9 & 3 o'clock,
AT' OFrtcs-.No. 2, Kilby-street,
-without reserve--By order ofA'isignees-
The entire STOCK of a Wholesale
Dealer in Phlsadelphia, consisting of the following
valuabe articles, the original cost of which was
about 20l,000, roIEd the most of whelh -.re in prime
order-4-4, 6-4, 7.4 and 8-4 Merino Shiwls-Hlk..
and colouredt Leva:itine and I'double Florencese-
Plain and fringed Satin andI T'':ff- tm Ribbons, from
Nos. I to 12-4 7, 5-9, and 5-12 fancy Garnitures
and CrGipe Ribbons--fashionable striped Lustrings
and Brillian tines--sssorted coloured Satins-ladies'
Fancy Hdkfs with borders--ladies' aad gentlemen's
Silk Hose, and extra fine Silk Glovet--Linen Cam-
bricks and Camnbreik l't h kfs.--Valeh Ribbons--
Galloons-Sewiug Silks-Gauze t Hdkfs--Muslin
Cenvats- Plush ando Merino Trimmings-El'-gsnt
Embroidered 8 4 Levantine Shawlss-Lace Pdler-
ines, Vandykes, and Half Hdkfs.--Plain ane figured
Leno and Imitation India Book Muslin--Nankin
and Canton (creepes--lnserti'g Trim-ninigs & Flo r-
en.es-Silk Velvets and Plushes-DBlond Laces--
Fanecy Lace Caps-Kid and Beaver Gloves--Stri-
ped Gauzes-Chenille Cords-Suspenders---air
Nets--Artifi.ia Flowers--Silk, Prunello, Cotton
and Morocco lShoes.
Also-l case black Leghorn Straws.
LIKEWISE-sF t 12 o'clock-4 cases Dutch Oil
Cloths, extra widlhs, new and bright patterns-2
cases, 50 pieces, 9 8 and, 10 4 ell nti-rbled and plain
green dto-2 case supeifine Frtnch Tapesr, warran-
ted entirely o l Line i -n l .ease super. twilled do -
2 bales real superfine Freneh lBroadclotlis, colours
blue, black and olive brown.

FW.R ES11 .TE-S.
'THIS DIAY, at 11 o'clock,
At VNo. 19, CEj'TIftAL-HrIAJRF,
]004 chests and 300 boxes tSoucholig
Tea-I l0 chests Young Hyson do,--20 do. ilyson
do.-100 bhgs Jamaica Pimento.
ALso-34 hhds. W. 1. Rni, 3d proof, good fla-
voiur-83 half boxes 7 by 9 Glass. ALSo-50 boxes
Osprey's Hyson Tea, of superior qu.-,ty.
LIKEa.wsE--Eight pipes superior Ried Wine.

THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
-.It Office-
-To close a concern -
5000 pieces blue INankins,and 0300 do.
short e allow do. entitled to debenture--i1 eases 26
.tale 18 yard Nankin Crupes, black and coloured.
"ALSO-2 cases superior Florentines--4 do. cle-
gent Crape Dreesee, figured borders.

On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
--A t Office-
200 bales and cases D)omestick Goods,
consisting of Brunswicl wat-r-luom Sheetings--
Bleaebed rIoown Shirtings anid Sheetings--bronwn
and wNhite fro i soth er fctories--Gighano--Str.i
ped Checks-Broadeloths and Casshuiresa.
Most of the hbove wtill be sold i'y thI paIkage,and
a Catalogue will be published in du season.
At Private Sale-401 ps. AmNerican red Flannels
Oil THURSDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
80 shares in the New-Eiglatnd \i.,;i:
Insurance Co.--60 sharos in the Union Insurtinee
Co. -4 shares in MaNIiden Bridge.

THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
AT OrFicE-.-Ao. IS. K/iby street,
6 trunks well made and fashionable Clo-
thing, consisting of Gentlemen's Surtnuts--Frock
Coats--Black, blue and coloured superfine Boad.-
cloth Coats--300 Waistcoats, consisting of Silk,
Toilinet, Valencia and Iassimere- 2(1(00 pair Pt -
loons, viz. black, blue and i ixt Cloths, Cas.;imere,
Stockinets, Carimblets and Nankins. Also-Hats
and rt.c, V. r,.. T- 1.Ti above will be sold in lois
to suit I" L* -'i I -. .. c t on rd livery.

On THURSDAY next, at 9 o'clock-,
-As Above-
A variety of Fresh Goods, consisting
of flne Camb:rick hPrints and Furnitures-'Leno anti
figured Muslins-Cotton Cambricks- Boambiets_
Iiiabons- Brown Hollands-- Broaiideloths---Cassi-
meres--Flannels-2 eases 33 and 4j Pins--Black
, French Cr' pes-Canton Sewing Silk, &u.

THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
.t No. 21, STAT'E.STREET,
The following, beinfl a complete set of
Pump-'Makers' Tuols, bought of Joseph Gunn, Lon-
don, viz :--
1 i.-..i.. L'; inmk, 12 feet long, 41. 17.
2 j. i.. It., Bitas, 2 16
1 I inch Ramnming Bits, 15
1 3 inch do do 19
1 35 inch .Io do 1 2
1 4 inch do do I 5 fid.
1 41 inch do do 1 9
1 5 inch do do 1 12
I 5! inch do do 1 15 6
2 L Iings, with Meets and Screws, \
for 4, 4, 5, and 51 inch, 14
A Turning Lathe complete, withl Cliisels, Gou-
ges, Saws, Axes, Adzes, ke.

On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
-AS Asn.OI-
A variety of English Piece Goods. x1z.
Real superfine blue, black and brown Broad-
cloths-black, blue, brovwi, mixt nd drab Cassi-
min res--Pelisse Cloths--Salisbury Flannels-Mar.
seilles, Toilinet and other Vestmgs--Silk Hdkft..-
Cotton Cambrieks and Muslins--Buttons, superior
quality, gold and gdi--men's Half Hose-400 doz.
Linen UBaid-Silk Shawls--Steam-iloom Shirtings
Stripes--Cotton Shi, tings aind Sheetings-500 lbs.
Cotton Yarn, 1st quality, &e.
The shore STtURE will be leased at auction, to
the hlgleAst bidder, being one of theI best stands in
Boston, and most central-coniplety fitted for Et.
glsh ts oogis-bhut few Stores in lton have the sane
advantages--sonvenient bactk yturl, 6c.


TO MORO'V, at 11 o'clock, /
.9t.the L.ongi Roomsr, JINDIA-WIIRiF,
Will positively be sold to settle a con-
cern, the following Goodtls, imported in ship Con,-
mtlodore 1'reble, viz :--5 bales bhue urrain s!
do. Mowsannahs ; 4 do, Kermitehv Rnmsls ; 0
boxes refined Btorax ; 12 rloz. Castor Oil, cold press-
ed ; 53 bags Bets-res Sngars.
Also, by other a.rrivals-1 bale company Gur-
rahbsa; I do. blue Mamoody; ado. Calcitta Custus ;
1 do. fine Mowsinnas ; I do. Long Cheek.
The Goods myv btn ,-xamined this day;

On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
AT OFFIrc--Jro. It, Kilb3 street,
An assorItment of useful Calbinet Ful.'i i-
ture, siz. --Gree.i, Canrd and Penibroke Tobles-
tining do- Sofas, of different kinds; Willard's Pa-
tent 'I imepieces ; Fancy snd other Chairs; B-eiss
Fre Sets; Mahrgay high post h field Bedsteads;
Feather anl down Bleds ; Burenus, rIfferent kinds';
Wash and I ight Stiads; Gilt flame LookiigGl,'s-
ses ; sels Waiters; Portable Desks ; sets Knives
and Forks; [ianen Table Clnths ; 1 idlerrins aler
Carpet; lie nrih Rotg; Crockery, (Iaso aund Chisa
rWare; anith many other articles of valuable House

Cargo of brig Elizabeth, from Manilla.
On THURSDAY next, at 11 o'clock,
At No. 48, CENv'TRAL-WILAf RP,
4000 bags best Manilla SUGA RS,
1000 do )do. winnowed Sumatra PEPPER.
Inmediat-'. .- e mabove--A cquantity of tlhe
Ehz.beth's Lu'.. ..':, partially daina.ged.



THIS DAY, at piiast 10 o'clock,
AT O'vrlcC-.Vo 9. Kilby-street,
(Postponed fromt Saturday, on ace't. of weather,)
40 bbls. -ugar, 100oo do. superfine Flour
-10 pipes Braids -20 kegs K, vtucky Tob.ceo-
50 bsga green Colfae, suitable for the southern mar-
ket--8 boxes brown Havana Sugar, firat quality,
entitled to debenture.

TO-MORROW, at 11 o'cloc-k,
At a Cellar in School-streef,
120 blhds. 6f MOLASSES.

On FRIDAY, 21st inst. at 11 o'clock,
-.it Ofice- '
100 packages Earthen Ware--20 do.
lass Ware. (Particul.ars in future p.apers.)


THtS DAY, at twelve o'clock,
By an Order of the Admniislrtrteix ,It the estate of
Andrew Cravgie, Esq. deceased,
Tile fol owning Property will beh sold, be-
ing s psrt if the Personal Property of said deceans
ed, viz :--One iiund'Led Shares in the Leehmere
Point Csaal Bridge and Prison Point, Dam" Cor-
The repeal of the tat for vessels passing the
Draw, and ithe measures now ir euoterplation by
0.- ... ... fail to render this property
S ,I ... .... .. ... Prrsoais dispo,.d io pur-
chase are refereed to WILLIAM P YNE, Esq.
Prisirdent of the Cornaratirn, or A VIOS BINNEY,
sEq for infomatiiod. --ALSO--
rinmedialtelg fter--being another propertv---2is
shires in Bioaiget's Canal, at Amoskeig Falls.
LIKr:WIS:--50 shares in N. Engirnd Btank.

On FRIDAY, ncxt, at .9 & 3 o'clock,
At the IAuction Room, Cor'nhill.sqnare,
An extensive Library of valuable Works
in Law, Medicine, Thenioogy, listoiry, Biography,
Miisicelilanv, er mki ig a complete assortn'tent.--
Shakspeare's Plays, 10 v ;I.... ,ui edition, piles;
Arvowsanith's Atlas; T ..,0 l.,i' Hihtory of the
U. States Is Hnnah More'a Works, 8 v ; Cowptci'
Poems, 3 v; i hunter's Sacred I~W' phy..i v ;
Memoirs of Sully, 5 v emnioir l ,i iiDe
Retz, 3v I lunme's *'asy, 2 v a Darwin's Zoono-
tmis, 2 v ; Lie of Pastrick lHenry: Smith,s Tlhucy
dides. 2 v ; R. T. Paine's Works ; Walsh's Appeal;
Noah's Tr'avelv: Jourinal! f the Timies; Lem-
priere's & Walker's Diciionmaries; ,Seett on the
New TI'stamernt, v; Life of Fulton ; Adam's
View of lReligions. 3 v gilt. Bibles with plates r
Playfair's Scotiand, 2 v ; Juvenal Delphini; Hurke's
Works ; Su ring's Seitins,, S v ;'H,Zlett's Lee-
itures ; Scott's Works, 6 v ; lJohnsno'a Lives, 3 v
Sithii's Wealth (if Nations, 3 v ; Grtads ail Par-
nassnm ; Elegant Extracts, 12 v; American Maga-
zine, 4 v I Tales of kly Landlord, 4 v London a
Hamilton on Education, 2 v; Warden on Unitarian-
ism ; Ystes' Vindicalio, of Unirarianism ; Life o't
Watson : Lord Amberst's Embassy to China ; Tay-
lor's Prayers. ALsor--A iquanti v nfSchool Bo3oks.
Catalogues ready the day before the sale.

On SATURDAY next, at 9 o'clock,
AT'r U QFFICE--A'O. 3, Kilb street,
A large and valuable assortment of Do-
rmestiek Mioufactured Goods, cosatsiing of Case#
and hal s Ginghmns-Brown Stir;ingsq-itlea,[lied
and unble.,ched Sheet ings anitd bbitiigs-tleodicok-
,.4-'i ", ..... ,....-'i nd common Satinets-
.... .,, i ..-h. --T hree ds.
Dii t ons.-A .-.I.:, I a ssoritmint of Canton,
Fre'ch & Brntish tI...'i ....' Cesh, Boaten money.
ALso--,Tw'o bales i t ,. ..
LxihEwiss-at 19 o'r..: i 'Fish Hooks,
tied \to the got, warr.,ated--200 F... i. silverr
'Watchcs, varioustdaecriqtious-- 1 as. et '.'.."a~,as-

.,VSEFW F FAiSHFfu.v ./iB-L a T-fT..T,A-7'rU 7 -
On TI'tESDA)Y neit, at o'clock,
.At the auction Pooms, Cornhill S!quare,
-without reserve-
A large quantity of useful Cabinet Finr-
titure, viz.--10 Bureus, of various dcescriptiois-.-
8 pair Grecian (:ard Tables- 10t do cotunora do.-
1 eegatit fIir Coach- I do. fancy Centre Tab'e--
5 Dining T.bles---it Night Cabinets--9 Light
Stands--6 ladies' Work T ibles--Penthroke, do.--
Rugs-- Secretaries---Sideboairds--. MAbli'gaiy ani
Ltcy Chairs--common do.--common Sofas-Ma-
hoga.y antid filed Betlsteads;
ALSO-A quantity of Liverpool China rn'ing
anid Tea Ware--Glass Ware--arp tings-'Fa.Wl
Linen-Knives and Forks--Piated CiUsrs- Wait-
ersI-Trays, &e.- Feather Reds- 31 Iooking Gl.-s
ses, of all sizes-20 brass Fire Sets- Entry Lamps
-Asirai Shade Lamps--Side do.
T'lhe Furniture is ;n the bst order, and warrant-
ed fithlully made, and worthy the attention of'pur-
chasers. ,The whole ivill be sold particularly to
close an account, for eish otin deliveryy.
Axso-at 12 o'clock -50 cases old f'...e It ..
i dy--Jamaicca .i.,t--'1. .., .., vido .. .,Ia
M ad 'ei W i. : .0 i, i .1i.i') .
0yj" Liberal advances made on Maerchandize ei-
ther for private or public shie.

To he sold by Ordl of Conirl, al Publick Vacndue,
On THURSD.AY, "he 4 it d,'vy of May i-xt%, at
12 o'clock, at noon-On the Prlhrises,
So much of the RE/AL ESTAT E. of
John Gore, la!e of Hlosn,;n the county ol' Suffilk,
merchant, deceased, tensate, as will raise the sum
of seventy-two thousand sixty-two dollars and sixty-
seven cuts, fir the payment of his Itegaces; arid a
further sum of thirty dollars, for the payment uf
incidental exp,-nees. Said (eal Estate cousicts of
the following, v i-
A certain piece or parcel of Land, whiih a brick
Warehouse or Store standing thereon, situ.te on
Central-street, in said Boston, and is numbered
Also, a certain other piece or parcel of Land,
with a brick tWarehouse or Siore standing thereon,
sit ute int said Central-sticreet, and is nuimbared

Also, a certain piece or parcel ofLand, with two
brick Warehitlst's or Stores stetnliig thereon, situ-
ate ira Merhant's row, ini said Iostlnsidl .are ni-
hered fuurtecii unow occupied by 13eij Frecha &

Will he sold by ordtr of Coin', at PuLbli'k Vendue,
On FRIDAY, the fifth dy of May next, at 12
o' cl ock, at soots,
On the Floor of Wlerchrnseo'.fHlt in said Boston,
A certain pieceor parcel of Laud, with a Dwel-
ling House stindrng on the same, situate in Spring-
street, at the Westerly part of said Boston, being
part of lot numbered nine, w ith the privilege of a
six feet pasonga way, and ail oatier privileges there-
to belonging, anti same is subject to an oblgto
lion given by said deceased tIn Susuarih Gudsaworith.
Alson. a certain piece or percel of Land. with a
brick 1' l.i,. House, Stable and Oat Houses
standing thereon, situate in Psrk-street, in asid Bos-
ton, the late resihlence ofsaidi deceased-the sul e
is hIowever sulbjel to the life estate of ihis widuw.
Also, all the i ;ght, title ansl Internsi, whiich the
deceased died ieze in cirtain lots ofLand, sirate
ir Mill Pon'l.so called, in said Boston, to wit :-
Is lotNo. 15, on Pond-strere, sard to cortaito
2010 sqentia" feet,
Do do. 19 sn lie (Carrl do do. 1475 do.
Do. do. 71, o' h MerrimTinek-at. do 2465do.
Di do. 95, oni atime, thO. 94 dIo.
Do. do. 98, 0n Sinih Mt rgin-sr. tn do 178t-do.
And also 9 2U of lot 68 oin ierirnaek-at. 298

square fret.
Also 1 20 of lot 3., .
Te comitjons will bh, liberal, and made known
at the tiiues and rlones o 'sate.
Cm-I lS. GORE, Executors.
Boston, April 3, 1820.
N. B.-The above sale on T'iiuriday, will cotm-
mence at lie Store No. 7, Centrl-strcut, and pro.
seed iu the order as above stated.

rf = B '-i-.l- .'. rrnaesse

FROMsTHE utoi." WIrsl.

,11.31, "1e IY BUR 7 ESOUUE.

Who could heliold, sedi family and be silent i"
1 on1,a s1,eli hbeauty as did erst adorn
The fo,-ly B ell-she whose e 'ry smile went
Lodeon with love fo my food-he-art. I mourn
Ta sy. those smiles which were so very pleasant
som r thilry-years ago, are grins at present.
Fori limne will conquer Beauty ;-and the features
That Youth displays, so regular and pretty,
itst yie'd :. r ,riirellrly ih -, *' d-.' areatures--
SHeaven' i' s. I bI ,l'r."- r 'ru.. and-'tis a pity.
efiirn w( r-i .,i.'-nhrt r [ l iB
With Belle'1 b,.,v ,and pu, j. my riplan,.
Her's was the form just suited to my tasle-
-Shid suns not slender-but she was precisely
Fi'. i-ti 1II itr'-aind five feet round the wait.
A -.I ,i ..I ., i. to calculate ii. nicely
'. li. h. ly Is a lotvely treasure
t-11.,, i,,..i n feet-or Teas-in O /id mneasffur.
I have inntlued in one grand amount
Her pers'9al charms ; and this insist upon-her
i nd had beautie numero us beyond conceit-
And 'twas her mind alone, upon my honor,
S 11.1 C. I.. I, 1 i i bother you believe it
i. I ,, .i ... i i, do give it.
LonI hid lliA h til,'d Novels and Romances-
W lich trove ps-eullli i '.'rest to ier in,oftnerts,
And ifl'd her brain with most delightlfi fnciers.
She early listedd under F.sshioni' banners.
Astd ililerstw od its ruil', 'eeh to a f'raction-
as highli in station-and of Dutch extraction.
She look'd with most nteffable contempt
On those wihomn Fortunle closs'd ns tier inferiors,
.-il'h I, .. .: i1 .rA.. i.in exempt)
',., IT .. I i. ... i s Gr sulperi ors.
'i ... .,, i, i ., for the passion
biI. 1 Ii L .l n oi-I'l ih. ) veie both in fashion.
At Par ties and at IBalls she was a Belle-
Andil as sueb, sihe inceieveLdl tilhe adniiralion
Ofall the Beaux-hurthen I could not tell-
N -, ,.' .:m i reely p., .l ar:- ,,
\5 i.in ..'r beauty fi ..i i 11 : r.,ir-s. i- whether
Her tongue the triumph elaiim'd, or-both together;
T iit.;rn 5 il 'o, and 'is no matter,
I i.-r, I ....r......' this subject, I desigt'd
Tc i),.:ak o It .. I.., graces-(not to flatter
Them by any ameas);-liut really I find
That I cannot fulfil my first intention,
For they're by far," *too numerous to mention."
And it is very natural for you
To ask why I, wiho was a constant tarrier
Near her person--moreover lov'd her too
Did not step boldly forward, claim and rarry her ?
But that's a secret I shall tell to no marl
Liviig--much less to any living woman.

EVERAL Ladies a-nd Gentlemen having ex-
pressed a despite to hear,ata milder season, the
Lectures on this sistjeot, which wet'e read during
thelast winter, the subscriber proposes to repeat
Those persons who may be disposed to attend
the ctiWse, are requested to leave their names at
UUMMIt S c & HII-ARrn's tnBookstore. If a compe-
tent number of subscribers should appear by the
middle of April, the Lectures, ten in nuimtber, will
then be commenced, anti be completed in three
weeks. J. G. COFFIN.
April 4. 2w.
,Second Extra Dividend.
Late Bantik of the United Slates.
Philri dlphia, March Sd, 1820.
;';HBo Trustees 6hve th;s dAy dlelaredt a dividend
tfone anti three quarters per tent. equal to
seven dollars rnpon each share of the stock of the,
Late Bank of the United States, which will be paid
to the Stocicholders or their legal representatives,
at the late Banking House in Philadelphia, on or
after Mondiy, the 4ith .dy of April next, being a
- second extra 'dividend, ansd making five and three
quarters per cent. or twenty three dollars over and
above the par amount of said shares.
March 14 6t G. SIMPSON, Cashier.
-v JOSBUA TH'. ?JAS, M. D.
O Those Ladies anda Gentlemen who pre-
fer waiting on thIir Physician,u may find convenient
accommodations at the Roomsof Doct. THomAs.
Oct.2G. .et6m.
W ILLIAM P. CODMAN has taken Room
No. 12,2 over Mei'chants Hsll,. aid will
pailt Poivrattas in a good style for 24, the pair.
*Those persons who may wish correct likenesses
at a low price are invited to call. tf. Feb. 18.
N 'OTICE is hereby given, That
il c Su.;..r *.r his -... ,i Jul .,.pointed Ad-
'lr.,i ,tr.l 1 th ,;-r.ii r ,. l i "- ira r ..1
Iite oft" Boston. in tie County of Suffolk, Mariner, .
de-cased, antd has taken upon herself that trust
by giving bonds as tle law directs. And all persons
hovieg demands upon the Estate of the said GIDEON"
TERRIL ; are required to exhibit the same,rand all
persons indebted to the said Estate, are called upon
to ina.ke payment to
SARAH TERRILL, dddministratrix.
lBoston, March 27.
"IaJOTICE is ,hereby given, That
athe Subsieriber has been duly. appointed Ex-
tc I6r of the last Will and Testament nof
late of Boston,in the County of Sujfolk,. Wi-
dlow, decea,'id. and has taken upon himself that
trust, .s I bonds, as the law directs. And
all persons haviiig demands upon the Estate of-
the said MARY MASON, are required to exhibit Ihe
'aafc ; and all persona indebted to the said Estate,
are called upon to make payment to
'TJos.onl .4larch 27.
TICE~ is hereby given, That
uts the'Subscriber las been duly appointed Ad-
,ruinsi-a:tIor on Ihe Estate of
Iste ofL Boston, in the (;untly rf, Saffolk, Engraver,
drceas, 'iandi his taken upon himself that trust, by
giving bounds, as the law directs. And all per-
sonlS hIrving demands upon the Estate of the said'
T'l'mra.s W err.ttX, Jr. are required to exhibit the
same; C nd alt persons indebted to the said Estate,
are called upon to make payisent to
STHOM.AS WVIHT MAN, Administrator.
Boston, March 27, r820.
N(OTfICE is heteby given, That
Sthe Subscrbier has been duly appointed Ad-
ministralor on the Ettnte of
late oflonston, in the County of Sjffrlk, Merchant.
deceased, and has taken upon himself that trust,
i.y giving boidls as the law directs. And all persons
h.'vingdlemands upon the Estate of the said S'rTE-
SiSNi m | etottas, are required to exhibit the same ;
-uii, all persons indebted to the said Estate, are
called upon to make payment to
LEV BI IGtlHAM, Adminiilrato.
Boston. Mlsarch 27,1820. [M. 28.
It TANTED--A fidtihful Woman, to do.Cham-
t h 1 ber Work. None n, ? apply, unless they
can give gorod recotoiendationis. Apply at the
"alladiium-Ofliee. April 4.
or six Genllemen may be ilecoillodialed with
lioar ,and convenient well furnished lodging rooms,
in a very cenlitral situation, ntt uidcrate terms, by
alrrplying at the 1' .-' .*j i. lrt.0-.. March 28.
i- ^(-K-BT 1iitK found, eon-
ln- a g inig money, -s ith Ihe owncr mnay obtain
by aps'ying at No. 47, Market-strerl. up. 4.
i' TANTED to the Drl)ugglti amd Apothbesry
i : blsiess, a cclisve Lasd, one wi sers pi'ptse
risilde il tows, p.:ay inqnlire at the 1slthllhitlss-t)lll e.

March. 2S.
: 'TANTE 13-A- Young Ml an, in ani
S english Goodts Store, well acqoiaiuted, with
the business. ALso--a smart Lad, about 14 years
ll, las an :]:pr-entice--good recommendations will
,s- required. Itiquire at the Palladium-office,

j :. T'e Tfast ailing "irig i\ I LLTAM,
.'.- t CGpe. Weoo-, having two thirds of her
cargo eng'ag will be ldespteched iu a few days.-
SFor t rms aply,lv to LEMUEL POPE, jr. Ship
Broker. State-str4et. april 7.
fTr LIVERP(TOL, England,
S.- 1The fine Britishi ship AU-11O-
,/'L RA, TMistas ATraanr.s', commander,
burthen 289 tons, carries a large cargo and will
Sbe immediately desplatchd ftor Liverpool. For
freight or itssage, apply to R. D. 'UCKER & CO.
No. ,2. India street. April 4.
The. burthesomne British brig
FOUR SONS, stands A. 1, at Lloyd's,
will receive a Freight or Charter to any port in Eu-
rope, on reasonable terms, and be ready to cosn-
m-nce loading in It) days For terms apply to the
captain on bosrd, or to COOLIDGE, DEBLOIS &
CO. No. S6, [ndia.street, who have for sale, 'on
board said brig,
40 onns first qacolitv Livprsinnl oaltq. An-i1 4.
.J LitA m11 A' 11,, I' ,
N o. 25, India-whriwf,
FFERS for st-I,', r.r:m I. ry-Guni Copal--
a quantity of Be-i I.v --' .,' tons Camwood--a
small quantity of' ;i,,;,.- I-, boxes ahbite Sugar
-a quantity of Glass Ware, assorted. Likewise,
Ilills of Exchange on Ensl ,nd.
Wanted as above, sn Freight,
One or two British'SHIPS, to
SiIiload Timber at St. Andrews, for a port
in the United Kingdom,
Several e-.rgocs of pine Timber would be sold,de-
1l,., il.- ,I t. AnIrte" ., i ii.mn ;.iti... e t i ms Ap.
is N P,,i-. T. ATt 'il 4.

N O. 0 19, In.ln -silh.if. off-.i' I..r ilde-150 bales
p1 rime N... i-Urle i.i .'m .. -- lii d.-_. Bear,
Muskrat, Otter, R. ccoon, Wild Cai, Beaver Skins
and Buffldoe Robes-20 casks 4.1I Cd. H.I. Sr. Cut
Nails. ... April 4,
S PIC'1 'ikAN. tI .llG 1H C .
S. ; ...l],,.u5! s i hasa l.. e, landing from
s big Indus,
Cer.'-:s .,,d B ge Sga' r of superior quality,
G.r.gs-r- Giri,) Bags, -
I h .p i 1 14 .,n :,
25 cases first quality Indigo. istf April4.
~-- --- -iq ) ---. .".
S.OlR S %I.E--..iI tonsa of Coarse SALT, on
t Irso r, II..' :1.;p Aurora,- Captain Atherden,
from Live-pool. Inqulirp on board, or:at Store No.
61, Lonng-.wliaf. April 8.
Si'ee, '!'lI pt title, ('r'tton, f8c.
'nHOMAS B. WALES & CO. have for sale, at
their wharf, Sea-street,
50 tierces prime Rice,
300 bbls. soft Wilmiington Turpentine,
45 bsles Cotton-,-Plaster h-n -[I,p'r.;,- N' s h
Stores. Leather--Flotir, Ne' aluril 4.
_ICHARD D. TUCKER &CO. have for sale,
J just received,
26,000 lbs. of Java Coffee, entitled to debenture,
28 puncheons of West India Rum, entitled
to debenture. April 4.
Shi- .'r. /J,',i'ti fl Olidi Co(' per.

2 tons English bolt fron-6 bbls. Old Copper.
Landing from schr. General Greei, for sate at
27, Long-wharf, by RICE, TH-AX M'ER. A. 4.
FIFTY tons of Brazil Whale Oil, in various size
cas ess, Tor sale by JOSIAH BRADLEE &
CO. No. 29, India-sirett. April 4.

( NE hundred and sixty-two bbis Alexandria so-
Vperline back country Flour, now landing, and-
for saillby E, LADD, No. SI, Long-wharf.
April 4.
GEO. K. i' f.?tAl,
Vob. 67. Long-iihaif,
O.rFFli l'r 5 a,ineni ,l ...,r,i n, r,,if West
hl ii, I i[D 's I hllil I .H % I l iL-h ".
Also--Beal ::, DUN-1- 'l.
Ship Stores put up in the best mi.noner.
Just received, a few dozen of 0. Sawyxa's war.
ranted AXIS, with or without handles.
March 21. 61)
Suinmc'e Oil aind ,perm. Candles.
gOSIlTH bIRADLEE & CO. No. 29, India-str.
S fitave for sale,
70 ncsks lst quality Summer strained Oil,
500 boxes new Spermaceti Candles. A. 4.
SrFFER for s le- the following tIoods, at Ne.
50, India.-street :- -
Clean St. Petersburg H-mp,
-Russia Sail Cloth,'lst, S2 3,t and 4th qualities,
Heavy and light Ravens Duck,
Old Sable Iron, .
Bleached Sheetings andl broad Diapers,
Green Ctffee-Siam" Sugurs, '
Belnares, RIdnsgoree aad eerboom do.
Camwood, in the stisk,
Essence of Burgmoteandt Orange,.
Orange Buds-Juniper Berries,
Sole Leather-Manufactured Tobaccoe
Tutenag and Goat Skins'
Nutras Skiis- Ma ilsie-,
Gum's enzoit,--Sumatra Pepper,
Cases Russia Quills', fle.
85 eases Canton Silks, consisting of Nankin and
.. ,nton Crpes, back and assorted colcrs--
Sarsnets--;., .--5 i... i [i'ressea--Flor-
entines---t .,i. SlI '.li--blhi k and fancy
Hdklfs.--Sewing Silks, Ste.
35 eases Chinese Vermillioa,
Boxes Tea and Coffee Sets,
Window Blinds--ai'd I case Rice Buttons,
70 bales Calcutta Piece Goedas, counsisating of Cal-
ipatty fine Baft.s- blue Gurrahs--fise Com-
paniy white, do.--lhees'hbhonm 'do.--UClecks--
Seersuckers---Chintz--red and blue striped
Custas -Kermitchy and Sooty Romals-Chop.
py Romials-Sannos-Cossas,&o.
All entitled to debenture thatare wanted for ex-
portation.. istf. March 28.
At the Si,9:n of St. Lukce's Ifead, A'o. 56, Ilano.-
Has jast received a Fresh Stipply of those

P REPARE)D by W. T. CoswAT, Goiemnist,No'
1. Buimstead Place, Bo0ton, viZ.
Dr. Relfe's Botanical Drops.
Dr. Relfe's Asthmatie Pills.
Dr. Relte' Aromatic Female Pills, for Obstructions.&c,
Dr. Relfe'i Autibilliuus Pills, for indigestion, Billious
Affectiounls. &e.
Dr. elfe's Vegetable Specifie, (for sick headache.)
Dr. Relfe's Vegetable Rheumatic Pills.
Dr. Jebb's Rheumatie Liniment-Rheumatism of 20 years
standing Ins been rCured by this in 24 ihonirs
British Antiseptic Dentrifice most excellent for the teeth
and gums.
Dumfries' Ointment, a certain and safe cure for theltchA,
in one hour's applieatibn, he it ever so inveterate. C7 No
danger f-rom taking co'd.
Albiou Corn Plaster. The relief is immediate, and while
it dissolves sand draws the eurn out by tihe, roots, it causes
not lihe least paiii.
Cambrian tooth-ache Pills: the relief is instantaneoas,
witlioutlhe least injury o thlie teeth,
Dr. Hunter's celebrated Pills-Dr. Hunter's Injection
Powilers, and Dr. Haunter's Cerate, fIor t leprevention and
curetofvenereal complaints with litefleet-sceresy. A trea.
tise, explaniiiing s5mp)tomns, and mietliod of cure accompany
eael Ieket. .e
Panopllets of niany extraordinary cures, may be had of
thei Ast'ws, gratis.
O Noe /of the above are genuiIe, unless signed. 1W.
T. Cto ..'',' A hu'ge discount toi Country Physicians,
Trades, ec. ''The above Medicines may likewise be had
of Ssmuel Pilstiury, Diuggist, an the Sign oi St. Luke's
Hpad, No. 56, Hanover stieet-Mtiynird & Noyes, Corn-
liill--Dunn, Cornhili--Wakefield, Milk streert--Hall &
Weld, Uniaii-street-Holden, Market square-Elliot, Win-
t. r' .l I-r., ..OiI i a .i sti-eet-Farrington.Ann i freet
- 7i.z 5j -" Prin i.--.-'C-Hnctiman, Cambridge street
-and no otlem in Boston -Likewise by Greenough, Drug.
gist, Rtoxbury. Williams. Cmbrilsdgeliirt, alt 'Kidder,
Cliarsleitwli, and most Drfuggisis alid Booksellers of re.
spectability ; also by most Post Masters throughout the U.
union. None are are genuine unless signed NW. T-. Conway.
blalih 14,


Nlo 10, Merchant'e9-eow.
- -FFFER for sale, on good terms. :, variety of
6.1,lk, Gotton ao! Weollen GOODS, received
by various arrivals from London adi Liverpool, viz.
Fine -1-4 and 64 jIndia Book Muslins-4-4 plain
and figured Leno-5 4 fine Jarkonets-ilull Mull
-6 4 figured Cambrics-9 8 and 6 4Cambric Mins-
lins-7 8 black Cambrics-buff, blue and pink stri-
"led Ginghgms-stroug Jeans--7-8 and 8-4 Canmbric
I ;i r, ;Iues -T ;,.-." Drills--white Satir s--,. ii ...I
I.,.,' i'f -, i 1.1 S Linens--Silk t .i- ..-. -5.',, f
Twist-Patent Tlhreads-Buckrams--9-SaShirtings,
Silk Ferrets--black Botmbazetts--fine crirelt
.I.t.-,'l,,.li-rne 5.;;nt,. luslil.s--Flag Handkfis--s
I;.rt.r..i Ih,,t.-s It.,r Seating-London Broad-
cloths and Cassitieres, &c. &ec
On hand constantly, best London (L) Steel-`
Halback's best German do.-Bristel Glass, all sizes.
April 4. 6wf
v AS received by the Tritoin-cases of blue Gal-
Sicoes-black and white do.-assorted Cam-
brics anti C(.rnabric Dirioties.
IN STORE-5 bales Broad Diapers. A. 4.
I' Nos. 6 & 7, State.-street,
"AVE just received-a f:' i -i-.i c rtf very superi-
or French black and blue ( CLtTHS
ALSO, per latest arrivals from Liverpool--new
and seasonable Goods, for Spring and Summer-a-
mnong which are one case of extra fine Ltien Drills,
for Summer Trowsers, various colours. ALSO- A
few pieces ,f jr1,1 i.r i. iha lxtra curious ingle"
black and jiu.- (ii'n ,a-, : few dozen double nett
Cotton Suspenders, i .1 -I-- i,lIr.1 ;.. In '--
tmer stock, makes i ga i .ric) '., cs 1 be lo, id.
Gentlemen are ii.v.as! In e.II .nd i n.rke s selc-
tion, and rnmake a great saving-FroR cAs !
march 24.
ftigtaii-.'itoll I ',-- Fro': ('t.C1a -
Pantaloons and 'Waistcoats.
S 1' C. It 1 LL. I..s fr a., e, ,t' the London
S CI. '" ,. I li'are',, e, No, 2, Beat-
tie-atreet, (second door from Court--street,) receiv-
ed by the Triton, from Liverpnol-il casesaele-
gainf I e Velsings-Prints, Cambrics and British
C...-n.r,. -E,,.;,tsh Silk \S s'i-,s -. Foilinet and Va-
:..,-e.,"J, :,-s black ,isi \'t-is. 3 to 54--200
black, blit. ,sit, arndl it.: Kert.. no:r... do. B3 to
4--- 30(j i. ip,d i3l ffi' nri.I ui e % .I. i.e) Toilinet
.lm cl-thisg, 'S-2 to y -.i -,la s.Id .ndl plini black and
gr. s., ill i- r 1.n ,,l, I.,'li -nin', f.,r Lir'ingi--10
doz el).-l u A '', '. -- r, bl a5k n.t s,,lire ilkl
Hose and Hil.f do.-20 do. elegant S .k Sl;as i:,
Scarfs and ti ,'1.. .- i",- m i. ie I..hme and colored
Surtouts,,2 I, 'u:.8 -I.I I. .:rk l...in.t, S-23 to 98-
sutperfine l.1- 'l-.k. ntis cil .. il I ioUIts, 15 to F)24
i(nn pair l,.ck, blie ndI closed Pantaloons, 7
.i. n.-- I.,, k ,st il.:.. *' 1 !0i I.,;r Nankin Pan-
i i...,.'. 5 I i....l l d.., -,i--Lir u and Q_ mimlet
.J .-k -lt ais [ r.k :r,lis--liii. ps. real West of
Englmd l Cloths and, Kerseymeres,f,,shionable col-
i-10,., t, r i, do do.-Lodo. o -Lon o super-
",.,; E-iti 5 ll, .,', i 6lr. 2-Phid- andt Caromb-
;,., i'-,nk., is .. I .--! Ibs. rihe M ohair Twist
--100 gross rich gilt Coat and Vest Buttons--Pearl
do.--500 tbs. Marshall's patent.Thres'.-- 16100gross
P ,., ..... -',. ..... "-- -- t Silk Velvet---blue
l' ..... --5.n. .1i i ,-- i, rnls water proof ands
.,.-,,. .-40)0 piccts 'Toilinet, Valencia
Sir'! si, tri u in, r fancy Vestings-as good an as-
sortment of fine Cloths, [Kerseyineresund Vestings
as eao be fonrod in the U. States, wholesale and re-
tail, chespfor cash.
01 Clothes made in the latest London fashion
anq best manner. at no. 3, Brattle street, by faith-
ful wvorknien, notwithstanding the late mneeting,and
lihriI offers for them to leave the place. WANT-
s'o, fothrfirerte rt wnrlk-,r to whom the highest
.-_ ar. i isu t t.i.... ill be given.
,0i 4.
IM PORTED in the Steplisani to New-York, and
a jsst opened, for sale by'JOHN TAPPAN,No.
65, State-street,
Black, "
Green, a SuperiorzORAPES,
W'this and Green Double Florences,
Wihlite and Colored Sattint;
Eleganit 0Merino Shawsl andl Hdkfe.-
Black Levantines--Legior o Bounets,
Black and White Kid l.ibit Gloves, of superi-
or quality- Fancy Ribbons,
Liniu nmbrics--Fringed Ribbons,
Plain Taffs ty Ribbons,
Im station Shawls.
Rich figurt'ed Satins--Straw Plaids,
ElegantSatin and Brilliantine Robes,
'flack and colored Galoons, a
French Dolls,
Green Silk Fringed Parasols,
Silk Shawls, sc. March 28.
;" No. 28, State-street,
-lWVING been appointed Agent (in Boaton)
for vending for tle New-York Agricolftiral Reposi-
tory the following Patent Machines in Agricu/mre,
and which have been approbated by the Massachu-.
sests Agricultural Society, viz. :
Wood's Improved (Freeborn) Cast Iron Plough,
has been patented in England, France, Russia and
the United States. The Shares are past in moulds
and exactly fitted-several may be had with each
Plough, and thus the expense and delay so often at-
tending repairs ofother Ploughs be avoided.
ALSO-- atent Cast Iron Corn Shellets-and one
Pat,kt Horse Hoe.
These articles will be kept constantly for sale at
the regular. New-York prices-and orders are re-
peetfullyt solicited. ep3w. March 21.
3t 14,1 l.A ,r.i.l ,.
SOHN FOX. No 60, Corohill, has received by
Sthe Trits, frnio Liverpool, a fresh assortment
office 4-4 IRISH LININS, warranted ofthe best
dsoe, for sale-5-4 'Irish SHEETING--fine
French CAMBRICS and Cambric 1DKFS. with
colored and plain borders. 4w._ March 28.
'AS just imported, choice patterns Rodgers's
Patent Penknives ; fine steel Scissors ; Ivo-
ry Table and UDeirt Kaives lind Porks ; buck and
common do. ; Groves' & Sons' and- Kenyon's
Sawsv; Files, from the best makers. For sale at
No. 9, Newb'ary-street. 2isios3p. A. 4.
J W. LANGDON, No. 33, Iadia-street, has
j, received per ship Falcon. ,
558 bars 1 1.4 by 3.8 flat IRON,
357 do. 5-8 round do,.
50t12 do. 3-4 do.- do.
386 do. 7-8 do. do.
One ease German MIill Saws, which he will sell
on moderate terms, if applied for immediately.
march 21. iatf.
FIVE hundred wt. Live Geese FEATB1ERS, of
8 snperio' quality, in small sasks,for sale tt No.
1, Broad-street. april 4.
Horse Hides adi Philadelphia
UST received and for sale at No. 6, Dock-
S square, a quantity of- Horse Hides, Bridle. Har-
vess, Skirting Leather, and Chaise Top Leather,
which will be sold eheap for casli, by
CUT N.fi 8, at low prices. .
FA T. ODIORNE keep constantly for sale, v
,r "good assortment of Cut Nails, Brads, and
Spikes, varying in length from one tosix inches.-
Also, the teat of Cast Steel, of Hnntsman's, Nailer,
Sandersnu's and Marshall's Manrfhclure, in fiat and
squsre bars, some 3-81h6 in. to 3-.-i in. square. Al-
so, best ofLondon Blistered do.--Russia and Swedes
lenn-thick rolled Iron, for doors, steam bhoilers, or
other ptimrposes. Feb. 29.
\,1 R.HSIE CHJIdyCE .'

AVID FELT, 63, State-street, has just re-
S ceived a Consignment (if from two to three
:h..-id iJ bolil.rs in Books and Stationary, consist:
ing of Paper, Quills, Quarto Bibles, School Books,
ke. &e. being the Stock of a Bookseller giving tup
business, which will be sold, the whole or part, at
a very great dis count, and on unnsnal longcrtdit.
./so--An Invoice of Pot, Foolscap. and Letter-
Paper, at Mill Prices. March 28.

IAMES SHEPHERD, Woollen Mnuf.-.uirei'. .. nd Woolle Drapery WareholUse,
4jf sk.,oti. isie ,i hi- r.i ,,is .,rt ,rnI p'rrlitc- : ,
tio ..... 1:, ,li,: ,.,1, .... i 0,'. -. and the C. C. NICHOLS,
country have rendered him in hlis bnsines%, and .. o. 36, .Jarkht-street,
gives otie tiat tile enurgement received s receive by the reent rrval a general
induced him to increast his business, ,d take AS received, by e eent rrivalsgeppro
copArtnerst.tip ,Mr. JAMES M.N. [ ltRt].s-N-Io future asortinent ifwiestl aeteed Goods. for tie approach-
the business will be prosecuted tindt', the ifit-h auf ig Season, which he fers atsuch r,d uced p1i es,
Sas will be n object to the purchaser, FOR CAStH
JAM1ES lEPI-jERD & CO. ONLY-consisting of
For the better accommotlation of our customers Superfine Water-proof Drab Hunters Coating
we have removed to No. 14, State-streets over the Flushing, Kerseys, and Frize black Cloth Great
Suffolk Instiurace Office, where we have on hand Coats,
superflie, .iJl,,d', ..'Id e.:.mmon blue, black, mix- Superfine assorted colored Surtouts and Frock
ed snd drat, Bo.,IJ.-.hb, t. which we shall be con. Coats,
stantly adding, until our assortmentis complete with general assortment of Dress Coats and Panta-
every quality and color of Broadeloths, Cassireres loons,
and Hampshire Plains, which the taste and wants Scotch Plaid and Camblet Cloaks,
of our customers may require. Silk, Florentine, Fancy, Valentias, Toiin.et5
We solicit orders from Merchants for Goods to w:-;te, i,.', a, .1 black Cassimere Vests,
be manufactured and packed for the Fall Markel; Soi.,f fi lI -r- Li ,,. Si,-- ", made in a superior
agreeable to directions and patterns, and should the style, fi'1n,, I,2? 75' t. i3' .ii.
same not prove satisfactory on delivery, we shall "pi.t1, ,.-l ii. ,n.1 Cravats,
not expect them to be received. Linen Flag and Bandnna Hdkfs.
Wool Growers areiuformed (hat we shill be in Litaibs-wool, Fleecy, Worsted, and Flafine
want of fine -Wool after the next shearing, tor Draws and Frocks,
which cash will be paid; Silk, Cotton, Lambs-wool and Worsted shortand
April 4. -6p JAMES SHEPHERD & CO. long Hose,
SAMUEL -PARKATAN, Jun. & CO. White Silk, Castor, Norway Doe, Beaver, Dog-
A% r. o-r i-Irdig f--r brig Inus- R- skin, and white and buff Buck-skin Gloves,
t A8 aE "lr s i-hn dirg f,..rc brig Indus-t6 a. CiravatP. I-.s--...-..1irsi-S;Ik Umbrellas, very
.e sG. r, gkl Ih.'- oice fte I cheap--Hats, Lc. S
blue Gnrrahs-Hdkfs.-Long Sooty Romals-Cus- p c L.SO- .
tas and L6ngChecks. Also, 12 eases Gum Copil- London Cloths ant t''., ;mt.,: u:, low,
l2do. Gum Shellae-Frenich Brandy-Palm Oil-- Milled Drab, BiroaJ .'d H,,t i', Clothe, foro
Russia and Havens Duck-Mess No. I and 2 Beef, Great Coats-and Surtouts, -
and No. I and 2 Pink. april 4. Flushings-Kerseys-Plas-Flaels,
,merican Current series. Frize Black Clothjs,
Blackwood's Ediibur.,h M.liZ e. ;ik F.., r-, 0,.s hd, Frenchnd Indi hea,
lhIl,', I, gl 61l.h..d Irish Lisetis, by the
11! A I! S r,,| (GE,.EllAnil '.r. hiere i nt I.d an .I
L ,ppsu lit r iity C-I slot, ts rrg 1 tih bhot r most I'" r n 't d;,, i Tdnis,
r.e...i b \Work, No ep'r-lfull) rhl.:.rmid t*r Nos. Massachusetts Artillery and Militia, .Navy and
I ,,l i h ,te t..L ret O tl., F. .,' p' o,,hed, Army, Cadet and Citizens' oat and Vest Buttons,
It i: -.r rJ' .m-Is j-aaeol l F,,,n-.i.. -,.c to Silk Twi. P ,. \... hl,, s Buckram, &.i, c &e.
each Volume, and is entitled to the patronage of -S-NO ) i'"'-IT GIVENr
all literary characters in the U. S. as the work will consideration will realized byevery p
.be found v.au.t.le, cl ,ri..,ig.B in.rtirtg.- or chaser of the above articles
Those ,s i.hi,ig tn, bEcr.me abe it.el.cis t Il please FOR ItSf i G.slSH.
leave their .nam.es wi.th. a *STORE OlIEN from 6 in the morning till
t- 2NFranlel tuet gen,,t- ... .
,. e rt-st, modated at a moment'st ot ui hI. every article o
N. B. Nos. 1 and 2 of Blackwood's Magazine wearing apparel.
are left at the following places, where. subscriptions C. NICHOLS's House,, second door on
are received for the same, viz :--Messrs. J. W. the left in Round-street, leading out of Federal-
Burditt, No. 94, Court.st.-Charles Ewer, 51, and street. tf Oct. 5.
Cummings & Hilliard, No. 1, Cornhill-R. P. & C.
Williams, Cornhill-square--l. W. Goodrich, 76, RESi'OV L. JIL
State-st.-Charles Stii1,ps.o., F.ch',nEg.'st.- Itilph I'tOHlN SMITH informs his friends and the puh-
Smith, Cambridge---A Bre. h i. Ihill.ri.- e-- I.. tbat I.e lui, us ,.d I'l i rm his former stand
Cashing & Appleton, 5,-.- --L,'.rl, 'u, h ipl.=, .to No. 21, .i uilli Ih c ha.: 1... for sale,
Newbnryport--and CI,aies a rIic, I'urra,...uth, Bed Sosfas, :i.l-, L:..y anld Lolling
(N. .) Chairs, best air Mattrases, Moss ditto, Pew
Terms, I 8 pert' annum--payable on the delivery hions alt lalities anprices.Moss ditto, Pew
of No. 6. April. .Uphiolstery Work reireaircd. March 28-
-F-'.N La .'MUsSIG W IRRIOUSE,. J (- -: 'i E i T BORtiDMAN,'
Church, -(lianbelr, and J`,trrel Or- AS.remov-d from No. 33, to No. 74, MAR.
gans,-of all dimensions. KET-STREET-C chambers lIntely occupied
1 1G3ANT Pedal, ]Eolian andI plain, Harps' by Jossia HAVES, Esq__ April 4.
I12 Harp Lutes, Clarinnets, B0oes, Flutes, Fifes, -' ?..;* Ij, r ,.
Flageolets, Picolais attld Pitch Pipes. '
Bassoons, Horns, Clarions or Tenaroons, Milita- i OHN AYERS has removed frotri No. 32, Cen-
ry B and C Bugles, with Crooks, Cymbals, English I teral-wharf, toNo.S0, Long-wharf.
and Spanish Guitais; Violins, ViolIs and Viole- april 4.
cellos. i ., f t' ,'
*Piaiiio Forte, Harp, Gtiitar, V, ll, ;,1d Violentnel-s
to Strigs Music 'Stoos; aerorbuys ; Ttni rg ilaveconeted ihemrse esn-
Forks aid Hammerss Clarionet, Oboe, and Bassoon h -,e T I,,'lLr ,,f L A
Reeds; Mouth Pieces ; Bridges ; Tail Pieces B. LI- I -lt, BAILEY ,,' CLAIK,
Hair for Bows ; Rosin.is&e. ke. for the purpose of de-voting their exclusive altten.
An extensive collection of tha e most fashionable tion to the transection of Commissionu Business, in
MUSIC, consistingof Instructions for Piano Forte, the Island ofSt. Thomas, West-Indies, and refer to
Violin, Clarionet, Oboe, Flute, Fife, Flageolet, Messrs. JAMES ANDniws & Co. ? Boston;
Guitar, Lyre; Bassaon, Clarion, Horn, Trumpet, FitANCta J. 'nvr-n. B
Bugle, Trombone, Violencello, i-rpent ond Drum. P. RttSOn .\ -.,'. '-,.
Battles, Overtures, Sonatas, n h ...r 1tiih..ut ac. (ittAS STONE, .
companiments; Duets, for four hI .r'; .. .. with Joss WIV e., Philadclphia;
variations; Divertimentos, Rondos, Songs, Duets, ROBIRT t ADAMS, .
Trios anto Glees, Marchies, Waltzes, D.,nces anti ANsiuita HALL, tsaltimtore;
Cotillons; Violit, Clarionet, Fife and Flute Music, NICHOLAS & .NEFF, S-arvannah.
ofl1 descriptions. JOS. BALESTIF.R,
Just imported from Germany, elegant square J NO. G. BAILEY,
PIANO FORTES, round corners, with double -BENJ.. C. CLARK.
springs and three Pedals. Also, a very elegant N, B. Parlicl.iir ;irf.,rrrni.:..n respecting the
Gratld Iforixontal Piano Forte, with six Pedals.- markets. &CS. c -n ,.i ,,. t- b ts.,1 ..l t,,..'.s i;< i. i
The above being a consignment, will be sold low for to J. A & Co. l .:2nm ,I .li.i., -
cash, to close the sales. H A RLES BRA DF I D,
Piano Fortes let out on hire-Tuning Aond repair- F L B AD O ,
ing In struments executed with dispatch and accura. AFFERS his services to his friends and the pub-
cy JOHN R. PARKER, .Jgentr. k lie as sworn Weigher and Meaiurer or Salt
Marchi7.s and Grain, also Weigher of Merchandize in gene-
TOCra SELLING OFF. l, and solicis their patronage.Cotintig.Room,No.
STOCJK SEb LL ISNG OlFF. 2, Iodia-street, over Messrs. CHIL.& DANA. "
FrtHE Stock at No. 13, Market-strpet, consisting --
l of a complete assortment of English, French, WE the Subscribers, being satisfied of
anIs Centoo Goa s cannot fioffred at prices so muh the necessity of an umpire between the buyer andi
reduced, as cannot fill ofsiting those who wish to seller of Grain and Salt, as Measurer or Weigher,
buy. towing to the existing uncertainty and fatit bolh inr
Purchasers of the above GObds are invited to call the measure and mode f measuring,) do hereby
and examine fur themselves, tf March 7. recommend Mr. CnAiLExs BRADFOrD, as a suitable
AMERICAN GOODS. person to be employed as Weigher and Measurer
I'ALL J. HOW k CO 'o tf Grain and Salt, .
No. 13, Kilby, and, 17, Gentral-streets, IsAAC WiNSLO W. WHITrwEL, BomsN & Co.
Have forsale,,,n extensives sortmentofAMER- JiszAH BitAnL.E&GCO. I R ANTr & STUi rIs.
will be sold on the most reasonable terms, for Cash RIICtA AD 1). TUCKER. W. H. & J. W. DWIGHT.
or approved Credit. March 14. tf.
0'Cassh liberally advanced on Consignments. -N ail Inspection O flce.
Feb 1. Ftf. A BRAHAM BAZIN informs the Pubic that-
Indig;, Sugar l. an Piece Goods. JA the Office lor the inspection of Wrnught
SE(t'PVF'D hi brig Indus, antd fIor sale by Nails is prepared at o. 2, South-Row, apdis Bow
11A TIIO'IAS WIG'GLESWORTH, at No. ready to receive Nails foir itispection.
16, Idisa-lrinrf, 'Feb. 4. Sm.
SO chests prime Beng.,l Indigo,
90 bags Sug ar-and a small invoice of Piece
Goods, assorted. April 4.
' The RBalsamic JVNerous Cordial,
REPA RED from the Real Arabiasn Balm f o -- -
Gilead, sojustly celebrated for the cure of' 5
nervous and cons tmptive complaints.; acd s a ares- "' ''r"'s .) -A
orative for debilitated constitutions, for sale by i \1 -
TlM'to. SwAN, No.-I5, Cornhill; JoHi BACOs, No. .-.
13, Court-street ;HA.,L k WE Ii, No. 1, Union-st-; A S soon as (his word is seen in print, the eye in
RonistT FEI ELLY, Prince-street ; SAML, I'nLIs. instantly averted in disgust, without reflects
ntyni-. 56, Hanover-street, if. Oct.5. ing that with the utmost precaution it is what all
PURE VIRGIN HONEY. iLiankind are liable to.
Quantity of most excellent Honey, made y Thedofvarious remhave ben frthis co tly somer-
A. Beestiollebted from Ohe sweets of the vegeta. me rioh ssiemedies for this totllohot, 00155
ble kingdom o e summit ofth e Green Mouain, without 'meri wieh is generally nothing buit
in the state of Vermont, may be had at the Boston ulphur guise, attended withthe.most drepd.
Infirmary, in front ofthe Commercial Colfee-.linuse ful effluvia, ud some with mercury which is somue-
in Battery-March-street. Price 25 cents per pound. times followed with the most dreadful consequences,
Feb 15. 2n aind ist always directed to ie used with so much
-- *15. STn E caulson, that a week or more is necessary to effect
HO WAR D-ST .EET FLU l. a cure, now who is there in existence, to say ilth-l-
'1 D. COOLIDGE, No 26, State-street, has for ingofthe danger of application, would, i hlie were
sale-100 bbls. fri'esh l-oward-street snlierhune oifilletedl with vermin, (for the tell ia nothing else,
Flour', lust-landed ifrom saloep George, tfom isiti- being easily discovered with a micrtsCeope,) thiok
more. March 31. ..i',c... i :.'' of suc/hifriendls, by such alow *I- ..:
rP' l A CC (. ... ee it asveaT tos all swhom it imuy -.
U L d- r, e tenr concern. that i never .failing remedy fur lile
UNT & LEACH, No. 15, Indi-wharf, have ITCn, perfectly safe, without smell or stain, wii'k.
S.A fr sale, now landing from seh. Gen. Scott. r5 msercrry, antl wilieh cures by oe appl iclion,
65 Ilsla. ps'ime Jrmes l.iver Tobacco. M-. 1, asy lie soil at the BOSa'ruN I-'iMeActt. ius troint of
FLOUR. the Cnomnersial Coffee House, in Battery-marcih
F ANDING from brig Adeline, 474 bbls. super- Street, bottom of Milk Street, near Liberty Sqtuare,
I fine Floor, for sale by ADAMS & AMOtY, and no where else in Boston. Price 50 cents.
No. 38, nrdia.wharf. March S1. Marcl 19. tf.
FLOUR. DIRT, Cheap !
1^'OW landing from schr. Mary & Polly, from 1T1FTX to1 00 loads of good clean Enrlh, isy be
jf Alexsndria, and fur sale byTH M'IOAS WIG. "- had for carting off, at No. 7, P'earlt-sreet, if
GLESWORTH, atNo. 16, Indis-wharf, applied for immediately. March 28.
.240 bbls. superfine back country FLOUR, BOARDERSD S WA..TED.
110 do. fine do. d. o 7ANTED, in a private family, fuui-Gentle-
b /so, ows Store, men, or a small family can be accommoda-
280 bbls. sper. Howardh-street FLOUR. (M.Sl. ted with a parlour and two chambers, within five
COFFEE, LOGWOOD, &c. 'miules walkot State-sireet. Inquire at the Ptila.
NOR sale, now landi,,g-3-2 lids. prime green r 'O I marh 2
Coffee, entitled to debeniture, ie 'ANTS A SI'tUAJAt .ION.--A
25 hs. St. Croix Rum, v Young Man, a native of France, who has
229 lohago St. Domingo Cnffiee, by FRANCIS bsen for several y-ars in this looVUrnnd with has
WATIS, No. 41, Loog.wharf. M:t 1. lined owith pe onto wo will reconsendi him, wishes
-o' a place int family, or with any Gentleman a-
MUIJSTA D. but to trav-I, anil whos may avwil lor a person who
OR slle by WINSLOW LEWIS E CO. No. speaks several languages. Inquire at the Pallhdi-
S4,Centr l-whrf- andi ng fi'SRnm ship Falcon, umffiee. u W MiSclWh E 8
68 kigs and 10 boxes MUSTARD, in bottles. 1VRT aiURSE W^,\'TED-

MNarECh 31. WET Nnrse, with a good best of milk, may
CONNECTICUT .BANKNO'T'S. hear of a situation by applying at (he PIll.-
C NN C dium-Office. April 4.
FOR sale, a few 81000 of Connecticut Bank
F Notes. Also, Dou llo'ns, Current Money, S17'TU'AT'ION WA T. J7ED.
constantly on hand. Wanted, Exchange st s;ghlt or Young WOMAN from the Country, wilh a
short sight on New York or Philadelpbli, by SAM- \\ new s breast of milk, having lost her own child,
UEL I)DANA, Broker, No. 5, Congress street, is desici ,s of obtaining a place .s Wet Nurse.
April 4. Gotd tecoauo s"d.io::s can be given. M. 28.

tr 1`H Sltset-itra 's! -. ,r. Public Ailsir, ., ,
S eli sdla.! th 1 (I r" t, l'ril next, ,a, .t .1
Cel ckl, P. M a snull.t Ilt l e[ .i ll" i' 1)t'l, s' i
Cohnssett, conlin g I.tni, ;-7 Per'es of '1 i, -.,
Pasture anmdwrodlarid tI l is ro6iI,- ll u ptei, s
a large wOsl fin lsilet Hl ns.u wor !. W, SSO f ot ,
and necessary out lirustss Thk land isolindel fi on
one side by the Boy, atd ifords o'e')fih- btsi-siot's
for te niiian fracture of S lIt in the State. ,g.I ,a. .l.
or tweenly thousand dollars n til I.e exi-ended in
Ihe erection of Salt Works, whit "- ..1.1 neat fiont
15 to 1S per cent. per annumi. TI!- Hiuse has
been freqnaented for trie last ten yearsa, ring snm-
mer.a n a private boarding honse, by some of the
first characters in Boston, and might be advanta-
geonsly continued in the same line. For terms of
sale and other particulars, inquire oftlle Subscriber,
living on the premises.
Cohasset; March 3. [A. 4.
~IE.TU' i l'UL (. U 7'l', TliY .-r,1.

litOR SALE-That beautiful Estate in Dorchee.
V ter, formerly owned by Capt. SKItLLNGS, si-
.tuated four miles from State-slrtet, fn the upper
road, ecmpil;ir gR i q;-i,( el and most convenient
House, Out Ll-Id,,gs ..n.l Stable, in completernr-
der, i-,ore ihhin 3 r Jh ei ,'e Land, richly cultivated, a
great number and variety of the, choicest Fruit
Trees, in high perfection and full bearing, a delight- -
ftl Garden, and excellent water' that never faila -
It is presumed tlint no place in the vicinily of Bos-
ton, combining equal advantages of situation, beau-
ty, neatness and comfort, can be obtained so low.--
Apply to ASHUR ADAMS, Esq. State-street, or
to the own ar, on the premises.
M .28. .1 H. Glltll.RPI,
Fail .i fori' ,( li. nr to I t,
UI rU.E! LI li C.L'.rn, %el l.5l. f.i n.sills ..I-n Is '*.-
k ton, consisting of a good two-istory wooden
House, built 4 years since, painted white, with green
blinds,wherein are three P.'l.:,rs. Kitchen, store-
closets,wash-house, two large bi-d rooms, three
small do. loft over the. whole. Likewise, an excel-
lent ellar, under the whole, Ito I.in[is p ei n 1. o.,
stables Barn and twenty-fiv- :.cr .t c\'.c.ll. ].t
L.oit,- .., r ..rn '.i- between 1 I0 .l A|1 1.1ald
I i ... I l s ntsl ist year, f.Snee *- 10. if ,.,-
in perfect repair. Terms one third deposit, the
remainder on morlg!ge, or 'will. e 'i-exhanged for
property in Boston. For furtlie'i particulars inquire
at the PAillAdium office. 9t F',I b. 29.
.For Sale or Exchange for a, Sto'e
in SBroad-Strieet,
A Gicnteel and pleasant House,-situated in Dor-
chester, on the 5|.,..5 i ,..,l -* ar the lev.
Ddetor Ri eo NtI's l..t. il, H..,, .: '.and good
Schools. The conveniences of coming in or going
out of town, are great, several Stages passing tihe
house daily. For farther description and terms,
apply at the Painting 'V .hlid-l.n1, i I
S\,i ilL.:. I 11-'.; INS.
To be Let--A large convenient, and pleasant
situated Houose. Apply as above. March 10.
1' .'.t aI or t.1. Ii/tif 'j for (t v t,- l-
g yHouse, .
SIX Ten Feet Buidlitgs, pleasantly situated, in
tI excellent repair, and but one )ear olid, lio:lt
by a first rate workmani, and now renting for ;500
per ann, If not sold or -. ...il Ly ite 15tl. of
April next, the same will ,-'. I'-ic i at Public Auc-
tion--fi4 ronre particular information, .1'N, .i (he.
Pal l.uittun-Offiee.,. tf. A, or. '). "
FO re .sl.L',
A COUNTRY Seat in Dorchester-s3miles from
f- the Old South Meeting-house ini'Brston--con-
taining it acres of land in a high state ri'cltivaiion,
mud well si...mk.d wtilh tl',irtc fiuil trees, a well fin-
ished House -,i I. 41' I.i.I. i.,ge and convenient
kitchen, w.il. ., i.,rrI i i .i r : .I never failing
waler--a o, ..., t,. .. .' 1 .I' i cl sIt' Id i convenient
stable, with .,t i. u. h.or li- .;. aids 11 acres
lia.s a good handsome stone-wall on all sides--the
said house is owVned and occupied by MeSES INGLsEs
-asid it is presumed too well known to need a further
description. It may be examined St any tine by
calling at said house. For fti-ther partieulars,please
to call on MOSES INGIEE. 4sp. M.24-
A Ls GIE ,,'. .'.,ei;, ,. .iii,.r. l.,,se, with
a Stable ...,, I ,- .'n ,. i ,. ,genteel
'family, pleasant I su, t ,'. it .. 'i,- .... Terms
very liberal. Apply ,: r.. flNi.- E. : I'i: iTH,near.
the premises, or to JOHN HOWE, Front-street.
April 4,.
For Sale, or to be Let,
A. CONVENIENT Dwelling House in North
Russell-street, having two Rooms and Kitchen
on the same felor, and i.\ i.h-.mhlr'.. b,.;r.; in com-
plete repair, and now e c. '1.i.- lN i l. tIIl-.v irt-
i. it Possession may be had on or hetore the 15th
\'l.il Inquire at the Palladium-Office.
March. 31.
A Small FARM. within four miles of Boston, to
be let, if applied for within a fzw days A i>-
ply at the Palladium-office. March S31.
r0 BE LET for one year, the St..ai m *-.L 4 the
1 O corner of Merchants'-Ro.w and Codnitit's-
whiarf-tlhe beat stand in Boston. Apply to SAM-
UEL TRAIN, No. 32, adjoining said store.
March 31.
o. 1 HRf'.E .s i..ernt and pleasant Brick Stores,
i v, v ,,,t.. Rooms, situated in FosILer's-
vharf. Also, a Shore suitable for a deiler in Weat
India Goods, a very lucrative situation. so,
three spacious Lofts, lately improved ly Riggers
and Saimakers. A Ship Joiner can be neironmo.
dated with a Shop, who is much wanted in ihis sit-
nation. Also, two large and commodious Lofts,
flirty-four feet by seventy.four, fire proof, very sutit-
able for extensive Auction Sule1] or otorlgf rf auy
kind of Goods. Also, a Bake-house, anstd lti'ene-
meuts, with or without a Stable, and a House inr.
Good Tenants will find moderate rents, on nppli-
cation to the Wharfinger, No. 17, said wha'hf.
March 24 1 n.
r'NtO LET, and possession given st of April, a
D" welling-House, very pleasantly sitn tI.l in
Roxbury, nenr [)r, 'Iptltl'at s T lureb, lI t'rnli
resiadence of Josephl Ruggleg, Esq tleceasised liitt
low. Apply toO. W'IGIIT, No. 42, Long- wh
iouton. 5sp. March 28.
Or LET-A large and conveni-
enit Dwelling-House, No. 6, Marlboro'.street,
calculated to :. i,n,-.....' two genteel families, or
lhr a i -p mctable on-disg-iihotuse. Also, a front
Counnti'g Room, and a small back ware room. Rent
modenl.te, will good security. Inquire at No.5,
Mltrtoro'-street. April 4.
Vj ) LET, for the season-TIwen-
Sty acres of Land, being that part of the Es-
tate of Mrs. MAuvE that remains unsold,in Roxbu-
ry. A qusntity of inanure is npon the grotnd.-
For terms, apply to JAMES MAGEE, I0oston.
April 4. Swis.
17 t BE LET. and may be entered
a the 1st of May, the House now occupied as
Ihe Asylum for indigent Boys.
For Sale-Half of a small House in Deacon-
street, bottom of Portland-street. Please apply at
the Palladium Office. April 4.
TO BE LET-The House on the
J_ Corner of Chamber and South Allen street.
which has every aceoiin.'modation for a large genteel
family, it may be entered immediately--rent rea-
sonable. Inquire at.No.55, State-street.
Jan. 28. tf
O LET--Store No.ir,Extlhan;nge
R- street, suitable fnr a Tailor's Shop or Slhie
Store. The two ripper fl'ors are waril ealculatri
fur a Painter or Currier, adl will be let separate if
r q .ired. Inquire at No. 10, next doos, or at tls
Palladium-nffice. Marcia s.-
FO ND, a few days since,a HorsL t
PISTOL. The own,.r maliy have it again, by
applying at the Palladium-Office. April 4.

1820. ALkAX a'K.

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It Tuesday, I 5 9 7 13S .2 1j 1 4 i
12 Wednesday, I 5 2,i T 13 i it '<. -
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