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: June 26, 1821
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
Additional Physical Form: Also available in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
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: 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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No ...Vol'.MI] TUESDAY, JUNE 261 i82l. FU OL. E.Aw

Svweek, each, for adults, and fifty cents each for chil-
id r e m .
approved d by the Govern6r, June 15; 1821.
Cormninoiealih of Massachusetts. -----=ooao=----
/ AN ACT in addition to an act to relieve
AN ACT to ch'lne the names of the persons towns front the expenses of persons imprisoned
tlhlmre,'i menlmtioned, and ta chalnie thellnae of the for debt. '
srcond Social Library i'n Chlariestown. s .c. 1. BEit eswated by the Senate and, outse of
E it enacted by the Senate andi House of Represcntalives, in General Court assembled, and
.i p. ',. ", general Court assem- by the authority of the same, That when any per-
bled, ", ,i ', -. he same, That from son, hereafter confined in close prison, on mesne.
anld after the passing of this act, the several process or execution, issued upon any cause of ac-
prsAuls Ihrlii nimined, shall lie notwn and tion, accruiig after thle fourteenth day of Martch, in
called iby' hie n 'saes wlich by bthis act they are the year of our Lord one tihousaid eight hundred
rcpe -ively allowed to assumie-nd that the and twenty, shall claim relief asa pauper, the keep-
s-tlstcls tall -everto rafter ie consid- er of the prison in which such poor debtor is eon--
i atnes shall forever hereafterr e onsito tl.r- fined, shall, after twenty-four hours from the time
ed t a nd t "ir l'. .1. ", '... .' ." "" ro r.l" such claim is made, furnish relief and support to
inttetnts and 'ti I -m.. i '. Dorr, )r. said poor debtor, at the charge and expense of the
miy take the name of titbenezer 'itchie Dor r-- creditor, so long as he or she 'shall remain in close
that 'elter AlMberts Vonhagen, jr. may take the confinement at mtle suit of said creditor, at the rate
naune of Dievis Coolidge Ballard-that Ebene- of one dollar and twelsty-five cents per week ; and
zer May Morialmi, intake thle name of George no town or district in this Commonwealth, shall
May lMeriani-that .Jaimes Otis, jr. rderchant, hliereafter be liable for the support of any poor debt-
ilyv (ak the mie of .Taines Alien Gardne' or confined in manner aforesaid.
Otis-thliat John Cooper Russell, [of the U. S. Sr;c. 2. Be it further enacted, That when the
Army,] may take the name of John Brown keeper of the prison at the time of the commitment
Fa'ier T !, i ,I 1., i Coditlingtom Thiy- of any person, uponi mesne process, or execution is-
ier l ingon y- sued in manner aforesaid, shall require of the cred i-
er, inm ay .. .. l r lle C lhayer- tor, his or 1 ... ..- ..... ...,-: ;....
t hat EliCnezer C. CThayer, may take the, name .setcrity fo. I ., .. -.,, .1. 1 ,
of i'lthaniel Thayer--lbat Thomas Goodwill, i ciase ioor -,,. il l claii-. ,-. *, ,.
son of Thomas Goodwin formTerly ofrPortland, less satisfactory security is .. ..".. .......
nmai take lthe name of-Thomas Ci6swell.Good- vanced, tie shall be under tno obligation to fuirnishl
witvi-fliat Ira Smith, printer, may take' the support for said debtor as a paup er and said keep-
taien of Fernando Victor Smith-all of Bos- Er may. aftertwenty-four howas from tlie time said
to, in the county of Stffok---tliat Williyam poor debtor shall cfim relief as a auper, discharge
Baih,i he third, of Bradford, may ake thie name ts;-id debtor froimi imprisonment.
at Sa' Stvory l ,liutht-t. Danie ti9i S ,ick- Sic. 3. ie it/fii.rthierenacted,Tlhat when execution
of William Savory Balc -tht nel Slick- sh all be hereaifie'r issued upon judgmeonts rendered
hey, jr. of Bradford, mnay take tlhe name of Dan- o a ofnation, which accrued previous: to
el" Bidc ikry-lht Samuel St ney, jr. the fifieenth day of March, in the year of our Lord,
of, Rowley, u'ay take thie name of Samuel War- one thousand eight hundred and twenty, the clerk
ren Stirckney-that Joseph Moody Slichcney, of or justice issuing such executions, shall certify oni
Rowley, may take the name of Joseph Pike thoe back thereof, that the cause of action accrued
Stickut.v-that Samuel Lunt, ijr. of Newbury, previous to said time.
son of Nicholas Lunt, imay take them name of SecT. 4. Be it further enacted, That when debtors
Saminel Laban Scott Lunt-all of tlhe county shall be discharged from their imprisonment, in the
of Esqex-liat Fl:,oer Bradshaw Edcs, son manner mentioned in this act, the debt and cost
of the late Pe er Edes, of Charlestown, may shall ino thereby be discharged, but the debt and
k ico of Elest, together with all sums, hiEch the creditor may
take tle name of ieszer Edes Bradsha- hi hivepa;id fo, tihesuipporlof thedebtor whileconfinedt
thalt .1 ,,. -...... son of Calvill Sn S.nn in close prison, s)iall be, and remain a legal-claiin
Esq t.i '-i ',. ... take the name (,1 I t-. against the goods and estate of the debtor, but not
vin I'l.,;, : .. 1 Asa Jarvis, of Concord, against hiS or her body.
son i ..... .. ..Concord, may take the approved by the Governor, June 16. 1821.
name of Edward Asa Jarvis--that Josiah t-Not- ooooo ----
tage, trader, of Cambr'idge, may take the name AN ACT in further addition to an act,
of Josiah Nottage Marshall--that Marshall entitled An Actto establish a Court of Cornm-
Stone, of East Sdmidny, may take the name of mon Pleas for the Comminonwealth of Massa-
vMtirshall Damon -1..i .. Stone--all of thi coun- chusetts.'"
ty of Middlesex--that Ase .- ..i.. 1 i Miles, of 1 it enEctetd l y the Senotc and ltouse of
Ashbrnhaim, son of Capt .. '.. I'., of Wal- Sr.c. 1. Recpresenitairces, in Gencral Court as-
thain, may take the name of Augustus Strong- sembled, and by the i..." 'ofthe sameI, lihat as the
that David Stone, of Grafton. soin of Gregory Court of Common I ,. created livthe act, entitled
Stone, may take the name of Gregory David An act to establish a Court of Common Pleas for
Stone--all of the county of Worcester-tha thle Cosmonwealt h of Massachusetts," passed oil
Soliton Sylvester Ware, of Chesterfield, in this the founteenth day of February last., will often sit at
Solunty of Sylamvester Ware, of esay tak erleldthe meof r near the sometimes, in different counties, the
onnty of ampshr, may take that e n Vame ofDe Jstices of the same Court or a majority of them,
JonlBthan Sylvester Ware -that Joln Van D may, from time to time, make such arrangements as
se, otf Great Barringlon, in the county of Berik- s-ill be most convenient to themselves, and insure a i
shire, mayI takeilcle ina.cofJohin C. Van Den- puncitral ald prompt despatch of the duties incum-
sen-that Helen Bartlelt, of Roxhury, danghler bent upon them.
of Doctor John Bairtlett, may take the name of SEC, 2. Be it further enacted, That nothing .con-
Ann-Matilda Bar lett-that "Jonathan Battle, of stained in the eleventh section of the act before tiam-
Dover, may take the name of Joatatin Battell, ed. shai e construed to give the Clerks of the
and that each .of his children, viz :-Jonathan, Courts of Counion Pleas, any other or better title
Ratlph, Leonard, Clarissa, Adeline and Mehita- ,." I. n nfth. Ii .' .. t .- Id; and
ble, may take the name of Battel--all of the .. said ... I .. i .i a new
count ,ty of Norfolk-thalt Meshach Filield, of tC- .sh l-l te apCircuidt iCo turt of Common Pi as
Nan liucket, trader,, son of Mark Filield of New- have hitherto been.
Hampshire, manny ake the name of Henry Fr- SE: S. 3. e it 1 ',rhi'r e vwted, Tlint the several
fiehi-that Atkiihs Dyer Pocock, of V .* -' Clerks of thile Court of Colmmuon Pleas, before they
the county of Barnstablle, may take tile name of enter upon ..i ...- of their duties, under th
.AIkins Dyer-that John Woodward Perry, of act before .....i. ., ,11 give bond, with'sufficiemit
Squkoink, in the county of Bristol, mnay take the- sureties, for the faithful performance of all the do-
n amie of John Perry WVoodward. ties of their said office i; an(d thle sufficiency of such
S.c. 2. Be it fourth r enacted, Thalt from atnd boids shall be dhiertnriid iv av Justice of tlhe
after 2.u- psil r Isnpreme Judicial Court or Cou;rt of Cominmon Pleas.
after the passing of this act, the Proprietors of the Sc. Beii further enacted, Tau tmhe provisos
Second Social Library in Chartestown, shall be l- contaied in the sixth sec tion of ,he T ctbefore narm-
onwed to Libraryssue the nme of the Ctheiretown f ed and likewise the second period or sentence of
Union Lilary, iny thin contest in their act t h section of the same act relative to olicial
incorporation d by the c ...' i incompatibililtis, be, and the : pptroredby /the v....,. 'i, ." i ., I :- 1_ carded.
-. s: s'.,' l w -- .Jpproved by the Goerinore ."TiJne 10,1821.
AN ACT to provide for the discharge of -. : o:oo 00 ---
Oiicer's of the Militia. AN ACT.to prevent the destruction of
Src. 1. BE it enacted by the tSenute amd oaose Birds on Salt Murshes, at particular times of
nfRefp,!esentatives.in Genzrial Court aissembilcd,sund the year.
by the tlhority of'the same, That the command- E it enactedby the Senate and House '
er ins C I, ... .... 1 '.. from office tany person S1 -t. 1. 'of e rest ntlh,'esmi General Court
holding a commission in the Aliliti., whenever hlie s d a by 'epresnt ahories,io thGenerame CourThat
shall thereIo be reiucrted hv imuchi ofiicerin wriling. sseble, and y the author of the same, That
And whenever shA 1iojer-Gcneral or CommanTi- hurealter -it shall not be lawful for tany person to
ing Officer of ai y dthisiom, shall certify thai tan offi- t.e, hi lor destroy aiy hirds, oni any Sal marshes
cer, chosen or appointed to command in the Militia within this Commonwealth, between the first day of
bel.ongiug, i ..... .. i, .......ovyed his residence M'March and the first day of September, in each and
iutofrthl '....... I. .. .., l s to such adeisance every year; and if ,. .... within the limits ot
that such '.T1 ,. ... .. 1l shall think it inconvenient -" t" hat shall ,.. '.1. .. w. th thbe regtla-
for hhn ...I ,, ,, ,. duties of his office, or, ut ha i. I me s uct,in the manner hereatier providcd,do
sue officer ias ic been absent from his cotimmandt soot. ake,kilie sell alter belutkiled.or t iken at v
twlye itmoitlivsiwithout leave of tlme omiemading of- of1 thS Birds aforesaid, withlinm the times I'nitcd ias
fieer of is division ,schprsous shall be considEred aforesaid, res-pecively, lie shall forfeit and pay, lor
as I', alhicateid ieir 'oficesn, tandthComiandE- each and every offence,two dollars ;.and all forf:ci-
;r ... ... shiljl discharge themli accordingly. A tnd ires incurred as aloresaid,may be recovered by any
iwhencver any corps is dmit.bandedby law, the officers person who will sue for the samele, wilti 1 oune year
1..., : to the same shall .. .i.. ', ,, I aller thl e time of ..,.. .,,: i'., .offencc, to be to
e. iS itftierhier 'tur ,, -, ,,. his own use, ii ar, s .n .' .. .. .,., auy Court, hav-
oflicer, wo .is or shall be chosen to command i the in .jurisdictioti of tihe amount demanideid : Provided
mnilitia, or isor shall bie appointed to office in tLie '" e that. t ohinghimi this act .t, 11 p recent
name, shall, after h shill have been choenm or ap- siy owner or occupant of hlnd ',.., ,' ., or kill-
pointed, and hefo, ; ;. i his cou vision, re- I .... t. t heJand so held hby hi..
move onut of the : .,I ,i. corps to which lie is "- t. i'furt/er erected, That the inhabi-
chosen or appointed, to such distance thathis Ma- tants of any lown in the t .... C .... .. .i.... t
jor-Gencral shall think it inconvenient for him to their annual meeting in Marc i. .... ,l Id ,-.... ,
J- '. ....he dutis of his office, or whenever any buy vote, suspend the operation of the prohibitions
n ..: -*, refuse to accent his commission, and to and restrictions contamed in this act, in liwhole or
lake and subscribe the otaihs required bythe Con- in part, within such town, and for such lerm of
stitmuion, it shall be the duty of the Major-General, time, not exceeding one year, as to them shall seem
tu certifythe faiets upon the backeof the otnission. expetlient.
and to retini the sme ,. i n,.. ...., .. s Aspsproved by the Gorernor, June 15, 1821.
oitce,:nnd to Sr.c. 3. Be it further enautecd, Tihat officers, duly N
colnunitsioned to command in thsie militia, may be AN ACT.partially to suspend the opera-
rtnI-'Im d from their offices by the address of 'oth tion of an act to secure the town of Boston
Hoituses of the I .' ii to' the Governor, or by from damage by fire.
fair trial in Cou i ..1, pursuantto the 'laws of T E it enacted b tihe Senaite and Honuse of Repre-
the Comimonwealih fir ithe time being. .Ji sentatives, in Ge.eral Court assembled, and bil
approvedd b (the Governor, Jun:e 15, 1321. Ithe authority of/ the same, That the operation of afl
----- sO00o00 ----- laws now hii force, which restrain thb e eating tnnd
AN ACT regulating the 'tinl I'.- with wood placing of wooden buildings in the tow of t'Boston,
within the town .. ..1.1. of' more than ten feet in height, from the ground to
S E 'it en toed by the Senate and the highest point in the roof thereof, be, and the
S.i ou of t proeen les, i Gen- ,s;unare hcreby suspended, so far as they respect
Ha C e umsi e nd rte .t of atu Gen- aty house or other O ..,I ,... which may be erected
eral Court assembled, and b/ the authority ofth i or placed in that ipx. i *,. town ofBoston, called
samu, Thnt from and aftert'he pass ig of this South Boston, and which washeretoubresetofffronm
act it shall le lawful to build Ihouses, r other tihe town of Dorchester, for and during the term ot
:. !.' of wood within the town of Bosto;, fire yeon's from thie passing of this act: Provided,
thm posts wlhereof, mIeasuring from thie bItiom st owl'emertm'e that such susptensiont and exeEJption shall
of thie l rci 'sihl to lie top of the plate.shall not .u le ssted Sn ext.id to atny miusee or miiluig of
exceed tem feet. and thu pitch of thie roof thereof aiu hi md to le erected or I]aued.witiin that imirt t
not to exceed one third pitch ; provided thatsuch the town of Boston aforesauih called South Boston,
roof te of a regular slope from the plate to thie rlt uh i i hue h t ti liofy oe hi tg h n fr o tie
top thereof, anm that no window or windows v isE' t square, or within fifty feet of atv' other
s all be reee.. or made on tee sloping part o. )io,U or other building. And the opierationi of the
tliihe roof oift suh house 0t 1.1,,1'; a nd provid- laws atbforeaid hereby partially suspended, and all
ed ;lso, that iin no caso -. .1t i .ucli house or penalties, forfeiaturs and disabilities thereby impos-
building exceed sixteen feet in measure from ed, and every clause and provision thereof, sill
the ground to the '.,.', .1 point in the root. have the like force and effect, in regard to all houses
Ss:c. 2. lie it further enacted, 'That so much and other buildings erected or placed in said Suthc
of hei laws heretolore passed as a'e inconsistent Boston, in any u'manner not conformable to the con-
witit the provisions of this act, be, antd the same s to a-s -oi sons of thus amt, a to
are hereby repealed. all persums who iay be amenable .,.,. ..,,. if
s ute this act hmd not beet passed.
Approved by the Governor, June 16, 1321. 'pprored by the Governor, June 16,1821.

AN it tprovii tg for State PaHou pofRers. Th'e Rliode Islaoid Peace Society will observe its
is*,ivu ,,.i Ge',uer.l Court assembled, and b' the anniversary at Providence this duay. An Oratign
uthomit -/ of he same, That whenever any town wvith- "il ic deivered by W r. RicamoN0, Esq.
in this Colnmonw ealth, shall incur expense in re- As Montreal on the 9th inst. premiums for early
living or supp orting any )oor person, who hs no l ist hmsa Ae on enitcdo several ,- .f ran-
setllement ,it;in this -mnmonwealth, such town An has n ed at .k ras-
shall Ie entitled to a reimbhiursimet ; at a rate not '"ds rmout thcl t a houa e was haunted, and senten-
excccdtl, in any case, the sum of niaoty cents pec:- c t y for months.

Foreign Intelligence By3 M IL.

SP.NISH COR"TES. Government have granted 500 to the "Madras"
,On the 9th of April conimenccd the discussion Schools in this Pros ince, for their further encofir-
of a la r,.mi' '.-, .- I.. patriouc3 societies, and agmenit: this, and our FREE PORT ACT, may
in the ( ..... .. -.. tme first three articles convince the most skeptical; that the interests of the
were agreed to, requiring, Ist, t(ie citizens, who Colonies are not overlooked.- as they may perhaps
wish to meet for the purpose of .'- .. -i' political ;i,,,.,. and that the MOTHER COUNTRY has
questions, to make their intenLio. .I. '- ', the civ- I y right to our TRADE and our LOYAL-
S-.,. .1- Ihe time and place of their w eet- .i .
*,, .. -. -. &c. of their president; 2ndlvy,
1i,- io. ,., i f.. p. t the abuse of the liberty of MONTREAL, JUNE 16.
of speech, and the speakers friom wandering from It has been told us that tie thunder storm which
the subject under consideration ;--and i3dy, theV we experienced here on Tuesday evening last, was
members of the society to obtain the President's vtnery destructive at Threc-Rivers, and attended with
leave previous f:. ,il ,] ..!.h." ..,.; r,.- meetig, and isi; of an uncommon size, by some persons who
strangers, that ,i ,il .. i 'i. If..:. I ., ,, ... i.,. 1 i ,' ,i .. ., Tie hail-stones
take part in the hi,---,: .. ... l I l, .. 1. ., J .. d .. ,.- '_'
six in number, were adopted in I. ,., ... .' i a '. aed a I / founces, and as being thesis ..- ', ... -
10th.-They chiefly directexpressin: ,.. ,' eg.--Tliis is iudeed a hard story ; but we give it
crs, as may be deemed criminaLby *,-,. 'iIt ., ui u: imun doubted authority;- all the windows inm
and 4, members of the society previously appointed *'3.,,, ", i, were broken, and other damage done
for the purpose, to be taken down, transmitted to to a great extent.
i,. ,- :i '. ... ,.I by the latter to the Jurors -_
I f te 22d Oct. last in order LEXINGTON, (KEN.) June 4.
t..,.. ...I tried tund brought to pun- LEXNGTON, (KEN.June.
ishment ;-authorize any of the persotnsipresent to Exracts front the Remarks ,of D. Trimble, esq. and
poiot iout such criminal expressions too thee president, Co al. k. cnton, at the pubiuc dinner given to
if they' should sesca hils attentionn;-render tie r. Cliia' ,t t .''. --
i ,., -,, ,.,.: fonr Censors, ,..:.., lt.l. for refus- M r. T iim LE ...I, '" th: ll. i li l 'i I rati-
SI ..,, to liie authority thie persons who fled, and Orleant. .ui i.i, .. .; h.I. .: a de-
l. ... i....'. I u rimin l exps 'p ...... .,il i. ,. h pot of our, exports, wims left unpi' tected, by the sur-
to report to the same any ':, -i ,1 **. .-' ,' render of Texas. This would always leave our
mau take placeo;-require .- I '.... c' commerce exposed to the peril of many contingen-
to be given of the subjects to be discussed. and that cies. He would only name one : The discontented,
no otl'her he substituted in their stead without the resolve condition of tie black population of the WVest
consent of a majority of the m Meeting; and lastly, India Islainds was well nvitii. Stuppose another
confirms the article of the law of the 21st of tie war, nand suppose that our adversary, no matter
said month of Oct. which provides, that those socic- wo hle is, shall ontrive to h land to or three black
ties can never be considered as cororrations' regiuments from some of those islands, and proclaim
-B-77,BOA. APRIL 2r freedom to our slaves, and give them arms. Does
BIBOA, APR1L 2-., not every one see that our trade would hIe interdict-
All the letters which we have received to-day ed, andithat, after preparing our produce for sale,
from M l.hi .l ...- '.- iii 'i.touncing the symptoms iwe shiha have to fight our way to market ?"
of a (C......., ,-. ....- i11.,, which has been for a Mr. BENTON saitd that a toast delivered had allu-
long hut"' i .,,..' .... and vi,, i,, .....i..h to ded to his devotion to te ilute rest of the West. He
all ap.. .'-. ...... ilm oon break ont. Intiume- added it was not for any thing he had done, but for
rable bands of partisans are .:.,l'iI. iii: ,, all the what hlie had felt and expressed, that he could Ihave
provinces. The same letters speak ot a. new- as- any claim to the justice of tile sentiment. lie felt
sociation, at the head of which, it, is said, aie indeed for thle interest of the west, and saw, in
Gen. Morillo and one, of the Ex-Ministers, and brill"alt v,' ... 1; 1 : i: lfunrivalledgraineur
whi ch greatly alarms all parties. I oenmt- i. ... i Ii ,i I.. was to be, might be
judged of from recollecting what she i7as forty
VIENNA, A0RIL 2 o6 years ago, and what she is at this day. Thie West
VIENNA, .APRL 26. ) was' II.. .,. is now one of the grand di-
The Austrian Observer contains tle following sio ,' epnblic Even the name
article :-The funds in the public treasury at is doubled. Til e term "m West" was then confined
Turin, which at the breaking out of the Revolu- to the slope of the valley of the Mississippi, _which
tion, consisted of nearly sixteen millions in rea- I lay at the foot of the l -. : ,. **'- spree t.
dy money, have, with the exception of some tri- to thi summit oflthe lic I i Anit act, of
fling siums, become the prey of the leaders of itse f enough to inmort .i i.. i.-'i iwo as
the rebellion, in less than Ithree weeks. These so mnany other titles to glory, has re-mnlmc dthe itwo
friends of their country, secured lleirpersons s' t lat t vs sisst a.d cen rs et valley, ot whuch
and treasures by a speedy flight on the day ninthen mmsaj'siP harctiem, .thut nc c its prnogs and
which they sa' their cause in dage. brancus are superior to thle great rivers wichio fonms
-- ,. the pride and boast of thi 1 i... .. ... *eI tmlpires of
LOCNDON, MAY 8. Europe.' Mr. B. said it wa. i...... .. to look up-
By late accounts from Vienna, we learn that on a map of the vuiley of the MOississippi without
her Excellency Lady Vane Stewart, the British feeling the mind expanding at the prospect of its op-
Ambassadress, was safely delivered, on the 26th eni;,-. I. iere was not such a valley upoin
of April, of a line boy, who is hlieir to the large th i ,.. '. arth, neither in size, fertility of soil,
estales in tihe county of D)rham. We are itp- salubrity of climate, in number and greatness of
py to hear-that her Excellency and the infisat rivers, nor in capacity ofconinunicatiiug with dil-.
are doing ell. flerent seas. It was but little inferior in square
Smiles, and greater in acres of arable land, than the
Ciser Acrounat j'thue Quse Vs'itmml wholeItoman Empire in Shu time of the first Cssur.
The Corr .cou oJ" the Qec's is o He said that the huafu anudiuh could uot realize by
Drury-Lane Theatre. its calculations the degree of greatuess which suc l
Last night the Queen unexpectedly visited a portion of thie globe was destined Io attain-But
this theatre The play was Marino Faliero.- he said it was cerctin, that at thins moment the states
There was but a thin audience, and her rnajes- which constitute the Iest" were nut enjoying theu
ty's reception was v,, ii., h i .I,i ,,., plrosperity which their soil, then climate, thet; rv-
H issues and uiapp)lauste it. .1 i .- .. ., e";" W 1 g 1u-1tue-I cal o pu osi on, anld ialn itehi toi-iuerU
save the was called for and sulg-but it antonu' lig .clutled rlosu tion, m ious ld en als i s n to.-
Slifels m m in Ce at de n I-hi s A c etain proportion of thie Cprcious metals was II-
fell lifeless nearly upon the audience. Those cessary to dvclope the resources, and to give he
who would have applauded the national anthem and acivity to the revenue, the agriculture, and the
from the impulse of loyalty, were silent, lest manufactures of a country, sand in these the
their applause should be misntaken-and those West" was deplorably deficient. So far as gold
who were not restrained by that consideitiion and silver wveie concerned, this favored legion, so
were but few. Her majesty did not shw iher- blessed by nutlure and so rapidly advanced by tie in-
self, except .1,,, b,l. i...1 ,. -of God save the dui-ry of man, was nothing more than the empty
king," and ...i It,. She sat, .1...;.., skin of au inmuoated victim. A state of things had
the rest of the evening, behind the curtain of existed, and now exists, which drains from the
the trellice-woi k, and her female attendant as west to the cast the goid and siher of the country,
equally concealed. The only persons visible, eaving"cough in thd e l, st for the daily intercourse
were lord Hood, and a youth, who, we were between neighbor and :,, ; .i..r th r. B. said
told, was master Austin Shortly after the tbere must be sonic vice in ,-. ... of a country
commencement of Don Giovanni, she withdrew where such a state of things could exist, and hee
unobserved by the audience Outside of the should lake a pride and a pleasure in adding his la-
theatre there were about a hundred persons cot- hours to those ofabler men to expose and correct
elected round her carriage, and a few of the rab- it, and to obtain for the West her lair proportion of
ble ran by the side of i ,i.., G-, .t Russel-street, all tihe benefits of the American government.
shouting the Queen ItI': .. '!" The coach- -
man almost walked his horses, for fear, we sup- WOODSTOCK, (VT.) June 19.
pose, of losing so respectable an escort. Cant. Hlezckih R. AMorgan was almost instantly
-- killecrlin Weathersield the week before last. He
At the Court at Carlton House, the 21st was c. ird will several others, in raising a two-
of lfarch, 1821, story ..,, In... by mean's of pries or levers, on its
Pits'ST foucndationu when all the lev.ers, except tile one on
The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council: mic e sat, erdly dis e, a tie0-
lg o l Mu cumulated force upon that was such as to throw cap.
WHEREAS, by an Act, passed: r'0.- F.i h i.ii, I M. upwards of twenty feet into the air. His scull
year of the reign of His late'll .Mi t I. ing George was so hadly fractured in the descent upon a bed
the Third, iutituled "An Ac- i.. 11. b for three of small stones, that he died in little more than half
years, and until six weEks after tile commence- an hour afterwards.
meat of the then next session of Parliament, the l
importsatio n into Port- specially appointed by His s'v-'onsn
Majestv, within she Provinces of Nova Scotia aund 0 i.,. i. 5 fn m m iti ', 0
CIe-.-lime-artie .-stuI..-.nr, ,-.J ,.efavo -d ,iththe : isI -...

BOSTON. Palladium Marine List,

At a meeting of the Hardware I~ealers of thigh PORT OF BO_ -TON.
town, held *the 7th May last, the following pream- FRIDAY, June 22-Cleared, sels. C. -,i. ,. m -
ble and resolutions were unanimously adopted crick Marble. Mailga; F..'T.. Jn, rt ".'* h, ....
Whereas we, the undersigned, Dea!ers in ard- Aux Cayes; Fi-h-hawk', ,'- '.. St.Barts
ware Goods in Boston, are of opinion that the ire- I'nd a ,ak t;: Exerti'on, Daltan, Mo"ile.
quent retail sales of Hardware by auction are not ,3ATURDAY-Ar. sch Rachel, .Nieer'son. (of
only detrimental to ourselves and 'the public g cr- "... ... redericksburg ; sloop Glib, Lovell,N.
ally, but subversive o those fair principles of trade :1 .
and that security in business wlhih it is the diuty.of SAME Y-Schl. i t tory, Snow, Halifax, 6 days.
every one to proniole, and are directly calculated to .
destroy -iat confidence bete mreat ThebrigHarriet, 44days from Lverpool, w lhici
the town and country, wI he is of siich vital itiupor- at St. o 3011 o tm'lli witlh the wreck of sclt.Hoal-
tance to the interest and good feelimtgs of both. so-6, o' '' .. .1. .-. metidned in c;: last. [Sulp-
And whereas we believe ni ,v,-i.n .. "nl posed to be ti- -rn eFdiwards, of ,arblelicad.-
with evil,can exist only by l .- ... ... ..which sailed r.. ', L 21, or Antwetiep, tins
who are to sustain the greatest injury fromt its con- not since heard of-her cargo was dlrec and sugar
tinuance, We, therefore, in order to aid in thie at- principally the formerr]
tainment of so desirable an object as to check this : .
injurious practice, jointly and severally pledge our- We.have Halifiax papers t, 1Gtli irit. and New
selves to each other and the public, to be bound by fonndiand to May 26.
tht ". .:.. .- I l"e Free Briton, from Lonidon for St. Johnt: (N.-
1 .* I I .1 ... t attend any pu- P .,.n'lered on Grand Bank--crew saved. Brig
lie sale ofAi rdware Goods when offered in any oihl- from Halifax for 2lNwfoundiand, wasto-
ertmanner than ii.. .*.- usually imported, t I i l..:i Point" Gaul,in a thick
excepting Admi ,. ,i ,_ i ', or Assignees' good swinmmm car-'
sales.' L ,t I .i --, e,-by which means all hands werd
Reswlred, 2d. That we will not' .... goods saved, but bruised.
of any person at public or private sal, even h lie -
package, ". i... I : .Hardware Good: ai retail byI Prices Current, Ri Jimiro, .~'' 1821.
public auction ; or purchase ....i...., .... -. I any Flour, 9 a 10 mill rs. ; English F. .. 7 ; Am. do.
person who may p. :. ,r- ..rv 1.. .... at any such! no sale ; Gin, 700 rs. per gallon ; Brandy 800 rs.
sales, i..r ,' : ..lo any tiing c-ntrary to the true Candies, %.. .. 400 rs. per 1). ; mould do. 180 ;
intent ,. I .... ofthese resolutions. Soap, 12 .1 I Stores, no sale ; Wines, no sale.
Resolved, 3d. IlThat fie personisbe chosen to con- Beet and Pork dull.
statute a Standing Committee, who shliall lha-;c full E Exports.-B'tiiosAyres Hides, 170 a 175 rs. per
power J .'.. ..;, .. adopt such measures as are lb. (21 a 22 ots pro Ami. lb.)-Horse'Hides, 850 rs,-
consist, .1 ....... I -,'tend to Itromote the'object :" i '" eCclh)-Coffee, 6700 rs. perariobe, (26 cents
of these resolutions, and to. call future mectiluas White ,. .-.' treas pe arobe, ($12 per
when in theirjudgment they may be thought cxpe- .112 lbs.) ; Muscovado do. C'7- Tallow, noue.
Resolved, 4th. That these resolutions be contiu u- At Trinity, May 31, Eliza, Newbhryport ; Amer-
ed in force and be binding for the term of one year ica, Bailey, Portsmoailth, dis'g.; Five Sisters, Mar-
from this date. llehead, i5'; Cosmopolite, Bristol, R. I do. Vietsn
May 7th, 1821. do. 6.
Ilomes ,& Homer, W. & G. Tuckerman, Joseph. At Havana, about int inst. Criterion,- lunt, load-
Goddard, Thomas Cordis, Charles Scudder, Fair- ing for HIolland'; brigi Romp*Sinmpson. Boston, 8.-
banks & Loring, Rouben Richards, J.]r. Lvcret & i Brig Laurel, Foster, of Salem, for turope, sailed
Johnson,Lane & Hunewell, Homes &Eustis, Yil- tisame day.
liam Greenough, John Bradford, Brooks &. Alline, At Antwerp, May 11, ships C iliarinb and Port-
SamuelBradlee, Samuel May, John Grew S_ Co. !---I f',r India, 4 ; brigs Essex and PMilford. Sail-'-
Newell & Burditt, Elijah Vose, Jr. West &. Wild, .i i.,i.... 1, Iship ainus. of Salcifor Ha-
John C. Proctor, L .... i ... F l. ,., i. t;,. i a- na; hi i ....., :.i'do hfor in W arller, for
fus Rice, Adams & i .. tl i. this port.
ac K. Wise, Samuel Cook, William Taylor,Jr. Bent- Brig Samoset, from this port, has ar. at Rotter-
jam"in B. Appleton. I dam-Gov. Carver, for do. sailed Ma1 5'.
Standing Commnittee.--George ,T. Homer, 1Wm. At Cape II,,T... rh. I P.;,e," Skerry, Cuba';
Tuckerman, Charles Scudder, Reuben Richards, Am. Hero, i..i .. .... .; selt. Minerva,
Jr. George Lanc. f .l... i "
At a meeting convened by the ,,,i;,,; Commit- .I ., .- ,* ,, \ .:'., Easton, N. "ork,
tee on the 19th June, it was voted, ,I I ... forego- it'.. o.' A... -,-. i ".i.- 2 ; Mlary, Butter-
ing premable and resolutions be published in the field .uoer. .
several papers in this town. Brig Warrior, of N.-Yoik, which was unde.r seiz-"
GEORGEsevera pape. HOMER,rs in thairmn.s towret Coquio, has been cleared, and wasloading
STEPHIEN FAI.ltBE.NKS, Secretlary w.ith.offeh i cee, i .Fel.
S00l The St. Clair, loading for this port, was at St.
...--.-ooo ,..---. Croix, about 1st inst.
In Spain the temporalities of the Bishops of Tar- At St. Pierres, 31st ult.- Pul 7..-.,. P-, ,I...'
rogona and Oviedo have een sequestered, and they this port, 2 r,"- brig Bolina, L....i i.. -. i:.'
have been banished. The Cortes have protested 'Diligence, I .. i. ., Btmkspbrt. ,' .,I ...I
against the Bishop of MiA .i i. .. appointed to Ar. at Halifax, 8th inst. sells -l 1 i .. ...:. i-.rn,
t e Sec of T .. .. ... hisbeing n- ~ -,I,,. C ,i, .l. ,I
", .,. li to .1,. ...... ,,, .. '. ', -. l ,, ... i ,, ,,. ,r ,1. N .Y o rk ,'
ln. leather dressers in England have petitioned 9:. Hazard, Higgins, do.. 6, 11th to. 13th, Rising
Parliament to lay a duty on machinery as used in States,Haskell,'Phila. 14thl, Lady Latfisa, P- l-on,
manufactories. A member remarked, that proba- .yVor,-; Ibrig T...,- F. i ..ri'iiis port) -'il, 1.1'
bly there would next be a petition for the abolition Cleare', proviou-: ..,I :.1 ii.'., Snow',Vlachias.
-of the use of the l omn and the plough-as abridgingI 11th to 15th, sch. Eliza Anti,rPhinney, of Nantuck-
human labour-and thereby depriving many people et, for Baltimore.
of employment.
The iGlasgow Chronicle says-".We are hap- Bri, Orion. 6 da-se ofron Keunebunk, 'has been
py to learn from Manchester, that, trade there spoeti in lat. '37, 40, loi'. 61, 20-Lat. 39, lori. 685
has not been Ietter fisevernal year, and thl.r e sEhtr.'n.tC-, 3 ". P.. .. .
is reason tt expect a continuance of its vivacity. Sch.l lnusirym,.. l. i I -.I, r,'om i. Orleains
More business was never done in Glasgow than for .. ... ws spoke ... .at. 28,lon.80.
during the present spring." The Glasgow Cou- o. 69, bri: ti'im,. Davi?', enoe.
river says--" We understand that the cotton S t.. r'om inidadlfor R. land, spoke
spinners in this city and neigh borhood have a- 10C Ainst.]at. -3, lot. 79.
greed to return to their work to the satisfaction wloop Antl l r ,i Pvid, ene for 67 e
of their masters." Ship Union, of this port, from Liverpoolffo New
'Ihe Report of thee Committic of the House of Orleans, has been spoken in the Gulph.
Commons on the,sale of Bread, condemns the ex- Spoken, March S2, off Juan Fernatidez, Stantonf
listing laws, as pressing i ,.,,.1 ....... I'e bakers of N. Bedford, 1400 bbls. oil: Mercator, do. 1300 ;
and recommends wiltho i 1... .....,, .1.. repeal o0 Barclay, Nantucket, 1610 ; Trident, IN. York none.
these laws, and that the sale should be free Iofro all
restriction as to the denomination of loaves, or BeTvidere Bow ne, was at thie Levee1 N. Or,
their weight in future, tleans, ,iav 22,a little more 'otton wanted on freight,
The estate of Boyd, Benfield & Co. against Up, 23d. lt. Cygnet, Kimhall, for ft. or ell. At the
which a commission was issued so many years hack, Turn, 22d, in quar. Pearl, Hall : briglvonitorWhit-
it is said now is enabled to clear itself, and leave ten, .Icremie ; sell. Seallower, Soulb, Havana. The!
S-. i. ; ; partner, Mr. Boyd, a surplus of slip Gen. Jackson, libelled by capl. Burrows, was'
.-2 ',1"", i to besold 26th. Sloop New-York was to sail 27thl,
The people of Nova Scotia say the British have for Pensacola, as a regular packet.
diminished their fisheries, and are lessening their The Four Brolhers, for Bermuida, el.at iarien.
timber trade, and they do not see how it is possible Sloop Planter, Chase, for Providence, sailed front
for importations from England to continue, as they Charlestts 12th inst. Up, slh. Napoleon,forBoston,
cannot pay for then. Ar. atWashington, N. C. scos. ,V .I... !- P I.-

A Chapel for Roman Catholics is ni w build-
ing in New-Bedford.

Two persons were semerelv punished last week
at New-York for keepi-.. ,,'." .-.'.. .. Ofoinc
it was stated thatS on a cm s .. : '., inmug, be-
tween 12t and 1, ahoti 1 ., ...- ... liad been
found engaged in this work of iniquity.
The following Epitaph is upon a tomb-stone at
Rheimns :
Here lieth the body of Etolla. He'transported
his tfortunss to Hneavn in clEharitv. duri- his life-

"anid teI xportati thei fo suh ports ,, ., .' '., i.,n ,,y a gentlemmnm who arrived he is gone there to enjoy it.
it is enacted lHit it shall and may Ie lawifu l, in a- in the ship Eagle, at Nantucket from Valparaiso. .- CO= =----
ny British ship or vessel owned and navigated ac- Judge Prevost, who was ordered away from Buc- PIllLADELPH.A. JaUEx 19.
cording to law, or in any ship or vessel belonging mo nos Ayres, had arrived in Chili in a British mer- We learn that the commerce and revenue of
the subjects of any Sovereign or State in atmity with chant brig. the United Stuaes are visibly en. .s. ;.l As a
His 5Majesty, to import into and export fI'rom such By the arrival of the British sloop of war,the Con- proof of this statement, we hane .. .. ,,.1.....1J that
Ports within the Provinces of Nova Scotia and New way at Valparaiso, a few days before thi Eagle the revenue bonds taken the present quarter at the
Brunswick, as shall be i..11, appointed for that sailed accounts were received from the liberating Custom-house in New-York; amount to upwards of
purpose, certain articles in the said Act enumerated army under Gen. San Martin, '.in-i-iin" of 5000 half a million of dollars more than those taken in
- ... ii,,,. .... '. law to the contrary notwithstand- troops-They had retired from t,. .- I ... *I po- that port during the corresponding quarter of last
*.t I!,. ,, b t by virtue of the powers vested suion towards Lima, back again to the sea port of year. Though the improvement may not have beenc
in hint by tle above recited Act, is pleased, by and WVacho. This movement was in consequence of the proportionably great in every other seaport, it has
with the advice of his Privy Coucil, to order, and unhealthiness of tlm situation theyhad occupied, anl in the aggregate been considerable.
it is hereby 01 derd, that front and after the date of the odious progress ofio some ....m...; ,;.. 'tichi While tius is the fact wilh regard to our com-
this order, and until further orde' be made thereon, wee then ugoinge on between n l- Ii.. .. 1.1 -- merce and revenue, it is mnanifecst to the close ob-
it shall be lawful, in any British built shi p or vessel, Lord CocStNE in was still carrying on the blockade server, that our manufacturing esmablishimnts,
owned and navigated according to law, or in any of Callao, and had taken and ordered for Valparai- especially in tihe eastern states, are al.o becomu-
ship or vessel belonging i1 i.. i ...faty Sove- so. serve ral American and British vessels for adjudi.- in more profitable. .. i.. i .i, meet
reign or State in amity w ,.' i I- ...' .,, to import cation. These were principally cleared after' a ruin- with paragraphs in the ... ,5 ..... .. i,... to pro-
into the port of St. Andrews, in New Brunswick, ous iletention. and the expenses of a law suit. The duce this imnpressipn, which receives confirma-'
any I.., planks, staves, heading-boards, troops of thie Vice Roy were reputed to be much dis- tion in the verbal intelligence derived from persons
shingles, hoops, horses, neat cattle, sheep, spirited, and several desertions f oofticers of anki, attentive to the subject.
hos, poultry or live stock of any.sort, bread, his- and; whole companies, had lately taken place to the -
cults, tour, pcas, heans, potatoes, wheat, rice, oats, Palriot. It was the impression of Chili, that Lima FROM THE PITTSBURGT. GAZETTE OF JU.E }15.
harley, or grain of any sort, pitch, tar, turpentine, would fall before the force of San Martin and Lord DREADFUL ACCIDENT.
fruits, seeds, and tobacco : provided that such arti- Cohrane. This was the opinion of those in the On Wednesday -e-n :,, last one of the lboil-
les shall, in all caves whlercthe same shall be it- country, ,whose feelings and interests nere neither ers in thie rolling '..i ....Imail factory of capt.
ported in foreign vessels, i e of the g ro vth, produce,s coe ned in it, and whosc i mcans of jugig were Riclard Bowen,'burst near one end, and from
or masuinti ture of ts e coury' to which t ite vessels the best.
imuportin ltie same shall belong ; and thn it shal be some inexplicable cause broke from its faslen-
be lawful in any British bnik ship or vessel, owned c Nmv-YoK, JauE 21. ing, ascended through the roof, at least 150 feet
and navigated according o law, to export from ilie high, and fell at the distance of 117 yards in a
said aort'a oyofte saidiarticles, ieiter to mthe Uti-l Presa.ratiosu of .1fei.-We are indebted to a straight line fromt the s,,lu A .of1 ,1 portion of
ted Kingdorm, or to any otimer of His Majesty's pos- friend for the following communication, which we the '1.,, i ',., which t. ,. ....... J ;,- boiler, is
sessions, expect will be acceptable to a number of our rea- dreadfully shattered--and we pIesumne that one
dcms. st is as simple and easy mode. of preserving
And it is hereby further ordered, that it shall and se, t is simeui l deysA during t res thousand dollars will not repair the damages.
mumy line-law'ful,immm' tito, ithaesheforesaul dasyycningthewarmest
may e lawul, in any British built ship or vessel, weather. He Iried it in succession ou two legs of Only one person has been seriously hurt, al-
owned and navi gated according to law, or in any Veal, nwhis were preserved sweet and fresh fourm or though several hands wre in the works prepar-
shipe or asel belong ing to the ..1. ..f.. .. five days, and he thinks miglit longer, if wis.ed for. ing to roll, wlinen the explosion took place--
treign or a te in amitt y with Hf .. ... 0 .... i Ongetitng hisVeal from thle market, it was washed these were saved from destruction by .th e inter-
from the port of St. Andrews, ... .' .. i n about twio quarts of watmr in which a handful of vention of the tfly wheel. The unfortunate
n.,- 7].-... ,: dstones, or other produce or mai- fine sait had been mixed ; was then placedon a dish, tnsan who suffered was SA3tsF.t "'VWA D.ans assis-
or maucture of t ie ait also an y produce hs ndset away in a wire sati, in ia cool situation, cov- tant engineer-when the explosion took place
jesty's l es ,auas n him ed es 'i n re th ii .a cieu towel tIu s'h t a 1-beel prev iusiy ip was in the second story, and wus blown out
or aiy goods whatever whicdhi shall have been leal-l e. stcptd in thsf'ein al n it'u l, 9 iii toe Sin ss.a .itg of the mill lle lias received no percepi il'i m-
ly imported inio the said Province, provided that s. i e et dy, hs a da secondfulh time i'ns fresh jury from betii: 'orced out of the lt ..'.. .. orm
lone of he said article, shall be exported from the salt and water, mis besbre, placed in tie .S a le, but not ifrm te : ,1 is severely scalded-whether
port above-timtledt to any foreign country or )lace, eroverEd wiith a towel ; tle the ird and f, irt, day it i.e will recover is doutful.
iu any foreign vessel, unless such foreign ves i was treated exactly in tlhe same way, and it was The mass of iron comlpuosing the boiler is 29
shall long to the country to which te said rti-found perfectly et and good, without any snsi- f long and weis about 800 pounds A
cles shall beexported. hie taste of salt. iitl tie samo treatment ibee number of our citzus who were ala m.d by te
.-. ',,I -.. .....ural)!c the Lords Commints- continued ior one wek, I have little doubt but it explosion, and.who saw tshe ascension of this
sic,: .t !i hi Treasury, and the Lords would produce the same effect; and see no reason unepeloysinass of iron, represr:t it as singular
C ........ i.. IJmiralty, are to give the no- why this treatment slihuld not be successful in pre- uns eldy miss of iros, reresotl itn a as s niullrl'
issarydirections herein accordinglyv setf\ing beef, mutton and lamb. If so, the experi- spctuche. eIt was seen by persans t tore
JAMES BULLER. meant is worth a trial, ttan half a mni dattwneii,

et, of Berkley, tfroIa' N York; ... *],,.i .. t
i., do. Cl. sch. Financice, Crorwell ot GCape
i. .1,i IHalifax.
Sell. Lark, of Dighton, for St. Bartss'ailed frord
Oeracok about 1-Ith.
Sch. Betsey, Foster, for this p6rti sailed fir.Rich-
!aond 1fllh.
Brig Favoritej,, ,r. i n il,; ort, at City Point,
Ship Alexander. I':.;r.,I.:.. ., from Savannah,
has ar. in James river.
Ar. at Norfolk, 15th, set. i. i 1.. ..., .',..-,
Balt. to fin sli loading for '. I ...1- ..i. l l -It
PBilad. fo r N. Orleans,in distress, having Ecaiught fire
day before, from some boxes and kegs oil of vritioli
stowed in the after hold, contentss unknown to the
mapt. or mate) which hurst, and set fire to other ar-
ticles of tit : soon after seienpi* 11lth, sch,
lumbir C. ii.. Bostonu, 11, '* ..-Sisters
Wing, N. Bedford,b hallast; 'Traveller, Davis, West-
port, do. ; Charles,Richmonda, for Wareham. Sail-
ed, i7tht, Peacock S. W. Washingion City. In the
.. -i, brig PoIlv, hence, for Norfolk
I'i. .'.. '. 15th, brig Juno, Aspiu, Kennebunk,
A steam boat from Richmuod,ar .'at Norfolk 16th5
having been chartered for the purpose of towing upi
thIe wreck of brig Delegate.
Went to sea, from tlie Capes, 14th, ships Wim-
Baker, Brazils ; Pocahontas, Rotterd'in bring = Li.'
dy Stewart, Cowes ; F: -.hor rc I '. ..i.. ..
Brig Panopea, Crab' .- l.. .. u ,' .
rallar, hia. ar. at .:.. ..'. ... Col.
Ar. t Aleand., exand. xander, Curtis,
Eastport. 17th,ship PoLtomac, Bradford, Liverpoolh
53. Sailed, selhs. Agenmrias, Vimter, ol Gloucester,
for St. Burts ; Enterprize, Ainies, Portland.
Ar. at Baltimore, 17t, slchs. Elizabeteh, Allen,.(of
Rochester) Maianzas, 9; Lrader, Nantucket; Pol-
ly', Howes, Saevannah ; Eli7a, Williamsu do.; sloop
Good Hope. do. The i in ballast.
Cleared, 1oth, ship I' .i'., Leslie, Amsterdam n
brig Cervantes, Dunkin. Gibraltar.
Ar. 19th, sch. Williami, Dexter, of Rochester, .
days from N. Orleans. Cl. brig Chase, ?inel, of
Salrcmi, for Brazins.
Ar. at Phiiad. 19il, Br. berit : ',. T "wcasitle,
61 : brig Foritunai Malatus 5s 6 .- I 1''
CGeared, brig Georgetown I Packet, Bausli, Per-
nambuco schL-. Dorcas Ann, Fishlier, and Aretass
Prince, Boston.
Ar. '20th, sch< Prospect, Per! Ins, St. Mary's,10 ;
Planter, Sturd'i ant, St. Andrews ; Victory, Higginms,
FIrenciman's Bay. wiihl 4'0 .
Sch. Albicore, Fuller,i ie i ...* N. C. as
at N. York.
Ar. at N. York, 19th, ship Zodiac. St. UMes. 43 ;
se-hs. Vii ;liain, ia lot,1alx 8 T H lsazard, iubec
Wa gliigion, Aadleos, Darien, 5, fu Provid'nce c
Diedaia, (f Newport Neor bern ; lHero Bailey,
PyImoulthi, N. C. 5 ; Sean', Chace. (of Fteeto :\it
V ihm'inuton'n,tu qar.; q leip;iinii BPriin t:bL!c ; sloops.
BelEV n, St. Thomas, 17 : Liberty, MattiieN s,
Hlaiifax, !'..
Cleared, Br. briT Percival, Havre ; bi:rig Azoresi
Nichiols, (of iAachias) Tcneriffe; sch. NancyCraow
ci. St. JohIn, N. B.
Ar. 20tlh Rapid. Boston. Cleared, brig Orleans,
Br, ,'.sn, iiiraltur '; sch. 'rsten s Miller, palidelsont
St. ,olin, N. '-. ship Iuorter; brig Bor-
-- S. Aime:ica Ii Henro, for Boston, was to

Cli;.ed at Saleirt, brig Tritcn, Cleaves, Copcn-
hagen and St. Petersburg; sch. 3,an. JacksciE,Ke
hews, Tener:e..

'oreign Intlligenc
............._ APrLES, A-BRIL 23.

T'Ie6 Amustrians are mnkiuts every preparation fo
a hrsg stay in the c unts of their -eapolitaun allies
Th, tmilit;iry directions ollie airity is selecting thi
troops which IL-.... -.., I to bear tih
elinsate.aundl I.. h .-i .ir ,*' themselves
Sto the htabis, stud inaeers of ltie inhabiltatls : th
ret.m are acnt off to the north of Italy. Most of tll
ofiieri, an-cl a considerable portion of the soldier
w1io tt's\v remain, can s eal k Italiani. As many a
r r5idiot iud room i t li' siffrcent castles or barrack
oft i'r capital, arc quartered dui tie inhaubitants fo
free lod-ings only, haut are desird t6 pay for every
hinst elsn t'hAt they require. Their discipline hau
dihicreto bees .'cry strict, and, with few exceptions
,as given no cause for civic complaints. li (li
menUti-ie the Neapolitan army is to be entirely dis
'ouved, with the exception of three regiments o0
guards ; and thle Austriais, while they perform tinl
dutv, are to receive thIe pay of thIe disbanded troops
A decree to this effect will maksc its appearance ii
si few 1t"'" 1t'.-ighi no formal command was neces
sarty t: .h 1,-' I troop s already disbanded by their
own fears anid tie treachery of their Chiefs. Ti
pay the Austrian army ofoecupation, thie necessary
fund s will be raised i a mode thie least calculate
to create offence, or ei-en to excite attention. Ti'
word CO-NTRIUTITTON is avoided as much as possible
-and cthe nominal King and Government ofNapIe-
will apparently conduct 'ti finance operations, ant
hand over the nioney to their allies, without seem
ing to let nnrder their direction. Yesterday ian op
ration' of this kind was nchcluded between tihe Ne
apolitimn tProvisional Giovernment aud the houses o
Rothschild Hungnuemrniani of Genoat and Paris,' Ap
pelt of Nai)les, and several other bainkes of ls
nlote in this capital. The se hatmnkers have contract
t,' tor loan .of six miil ions of ducats of capital ill
s1itiitliot' ill the grcal bool a t five per cent. Tis
newt annual interest for this nievliy created debt l i
6,000:O0 will of course" 1' 1- i.t-'.11 1 .-,, Thie dsi
cat ofi Naples is about i ,, .. ..J I, ,.ents. Fo
tie security of tIhe contractors, nnd itme liquidation
ut the dcbt, the Government has assigned certain
domains, the value of which is equal to tihe capia
advanced, and thie rents of whi-ich are equiaiIlent ti
the imerest to be paid. These arc to ble annually
sold in thle proportion of 5 per c ent.. ou tie amount
ofih interest or t.,(e annuities created, ind tlius ;
fsuId will be formed bor hle liquidation ofthie capi
l. lT'e contractorss of course, e know better thcii
owu interest than to inroclaim iusniediatehi at wha
rmlte hlcy have concluded ithe loan, or, 'in olthe
words, what money they have advanced for tht
stock created. Bcp .l in : ,i. ). they have contract
ted for it at the rnt e i .... rate ; blit this is ve
ry unlikely, as tihe 5 pcrceu-s. are nowvely i62.-
Hlowever this may Ie, when we consider lie trilling
amount of the Neapol ita dlebt at present cxistip-g
thie small propmorio n which it bears to ithe ,vibn,
revenue,u ard tihe guarantee of lhie Holy i,..
for stie punetlsal repsayment of thie moneyed inter-
est who facilitate their operations, we hi tuve reason
to believe thats thle econeactors have made an advan-
tageoaus bargain, and that they will sell their stoclt
at a considle1-sile pinemium. Miore than six millions
of the revenue ar'c from cistonils. Tlie iuteL:e.st oe
tlso Neapolitan debt is thus only about a seventh o
the revenue
SI weont to-day to lear-Poerio, the celebrated dcp.e
uly. defendt fouir i'men who were isee .i... i..,i ; i ...
t -ingt"a Spanishi v sscl withI thIe i.... ..
upon them ; buti the cau se did e ..r ........ f ..
-r"-'''-! ',lip git orders from stei A''-'i. i;,-,'.;-
S" I to leave s ;si .ri.- tt i ,. ". i
albssm ador a hint Sto quit t h. Gen. Begamni
vwho defendetld Gaectia ii 1815, ai this yetf r, musi
wivo was a>W!il'ndetled about ten days agoe, and
thrown ii uto priiso, on tleI pretenuce thai, being bam,-
ishied in 185, hlie lhad returned from Corsica with-
out leave, was yesterday liberated.

e arc happyt0 tn learn ttthat tsie Clhanibe.r of Co,-
mrcec in this town hals addr essed a spirited ueimeo-
rial to the principal Secretary of State of the For-
eigniD epartii ,. ...-. ,I ,,;5,_ .; It I u ded
a n id a rh i t ra r .-Iy .. i .. I I I e" :g lI I is, n
SA p'tsn,,sii n,, o-i, I,,l-'r exactly in its prayer, but
i its ..- s atthil City of Londoun
Tave. ,,.., I .., ,' offee-house, for signa-
tares. .s Object is to proeurea l'eductiou of the
imporlalion prices ,'a,* 'C.1 a, is svistesm1 ofr"caosi-
ing is as olos :- ,r as llo-I- wed to isport
aW'estat at8 s. quarter the Battk Notevwas assumed
Us the eCrit- .. --h
*^ crio-.1, .1 ^, """
par ion ,; I I, --1 ,1 ; i i i t t "
hichi t : ,,-, : ..,s I t;h. i ,h,,t -s- il,.-st : ],,
note being now raised, ind equiv alet to a 'mi ch
r'-' s-.1 '. i,. t fthe pineiqus motal-, 63s. 9t.l of
"'' "[ .1 Si., -,,. .. .!;-m is equal to
Wat 80s 'were iwh l ,in as' v ass-
edel rctaii, there, time s I actual value as tie
Imnpo-a mbom s ;. bus cstsge thue denominations
frot 80s. l to.. -'i This is tme gist of thse at-
meiut ; anud it is evient lhattin pei.lo isee'ited
i order to obviate oatin appassiienoa- e
o-th th' rIu nsoiib.itle,, now .. oth t Ithe a'g-
is-s's." *1, -!. .- tmean to raise its, uimporlation
We have not heard What degree of support time
petition has receive d in the city.
A ceusnsus of tIe population, chassifi ed into a"es
and sex, will con tence takih a oin Iite 28tmt of otis
imoush thle returns -o ba t .6- by the 1st pf1Agst.-

lhe a( custde c e 34. ugnumb
F remtihe Fais papers of -the 8th, whiicl arrived
1. -s-' mrn thetli Chauulsc-1 of Peets had,
mm. I------------- formsecd ilselfIsnto a Court of
Sto... i.t. i. 1, 1 if the pet-rsoss -charged as pam-
ties to tie csuonspiincy of the Itll'u of August, 1820.-
Thec accused wre34 in number., of i whoui 24 were
chargoui with. Si, principals in a plot against
thie person and l. .. 'toIe King, and of tuthe s members
of itfl .Royal Fai ily ; tle a i is of h esi av uld
be to destroyed or change I i and n nthe or-
dler of sucesemsion to the throne, o to excite tile
citizens to rise Against the royal authority. Five of
these appear to have fled ftrom justice ; the remait-
ing te were accused of w ih privy to tine conspi-
racy, and ,tt z t .t. th re1 f h hris of names ande
description. a-I n-i id. followed by a statement
o the Case dro up b the eAtta oantael-herail, and
read by the clerk, Which occupies Oearlin four Co-
lsimns lishthe siloIitoua.- The doubt Ctel'tained by
sr.sus persons on which side this cospiracpIy vsas to)'-
uned, vwheeher actually by' tine Bumoeupartistss, or the
Police, Ihas, together wiIh she gm-sity ef its itmpted
objects, attracted to tlie result of time tal atnt iistese
Curiosity and solicitude.

As an instancmof the great advantages which tiltu
trade of the port of( London possesses, it poist of
expedition, by thIe establishment of commercial
packets between London and Rotterdam, which
clear.every Saturday ith goods and passengers,
sugars, lying in the Wrest Ihdia Dock on S tuu dutv
morning last, at 12 o'clock, and slipped before 4
o'elockimi The afternoi .., ...f I|,. ., dav, on board
,f.tIheEalTt Bathurst, ( ,," .| ,,,. In[s ing,hlyinig ofit
the 'lower, Wshlc vesbel sailed frosn thencu on Suit-
day morning, arrived in the port of Rottetdan at 3
. o'clock on site Mosday following

The Spanish squadron in the Bay of Naples has
been ordered awavy bv the it,:' s..1' 1.1' 'i'i'.',, .i
one of the ships could 5- 1. s,.,,s -
The editor of the Readttmsom'Gemern, a Spafisli
""- '" l' t ,-' this act. coupled s-h tlie recall of
"l- ''t -. ,I '!,l Ambassador, and the appointuitg of a
Fsrcench Minister, shuowss us what we arc to expect
frott the Allied Sovereigis.

All notes of the Bank of rEaglandt wvlh, paid into
it,artc .... J, .s. ., ....celled, bv tearing off the sig-
.u.t .. .55 ', i -.. deposited im the vaults, and
preserved lto twenty years, as a mater of public
accomntodation i ease their. aid should be required
as evidence in amy pecuniary transaction. .As one
ol the curiosities of tsi place, tie thousand sound
note with wsich Lord Cochraue paid his Sine is
strewns- o-m the bick of which hue had written as fol-
lows :--
Mv health' haivasi asffered by long and close
couthtmeGiut, amd my oppresso,.s having resolved to
deprive me OS llopertt cw life, [ submit so robhcrv to
protect myscl" finomit innrder ; in the hiope that I imny
yet live to brig the delinqumets to justice.

Thie cstabiish.osemst of a sp-cic ci'rreney as a mii -
vet rsau nedimt, as a test of all oilier mediums, and
a general mean of desigasting thle relative value of
aseterchaudize and property' .was certainly a mest

happy "esure-an" d e -a3)"Itionshould'Iafford all
the facilities in is power to this tmediums, encoura-
ging mhe iutrodnuction alnd circulation. of thlle ure
coins of every- country..

About '70 naiembars ofihe Chianmber of Dtputies
havae received the decorations efihe Legieis of su,-
our : 172 functioumaries of tie mnunistm of tShe
finance have buc created chevaliers aof the Legiun
il Huouar. -Prs Put.

I1y Yesterday's Mails.

Fn.ASitrosT, (aY.) JUso 7.
I ndian Otrtutes.-An exract of a letter to the
. editor of thie Arkansas Gazc'te, roinm a gentleman
Sof tie Arinmy at Fort Snuith, sstatesi that about four
s hundred Osage Indians, headed, b y nine of tleir
Principal chiefs, ,made their appearance before the
SFort on the opposite sI'le of tle river, on the 9th
SApril last-she chiefs having expressed a disposi-
s tion to visit thIe Fort, a boat was sent with orders to
s permit none but the chiefs to cross-they came and
s remained a short tinue. but evinced ant unfriendly
r disposition ; they refused every familiarity which is
Y customary fo: Indians, disposed to be f-icndly-and
s at length demanded 1provisiousandamtntition,Nwhich
; being refused, the chiefs l eturned-thelndians then
e commenced making rafts for the purpose of cross-
- iug thie river. Lieut. Scott, the commanding offi-
S cer, discovered that a party of them had lauded be-
e low, brought forward his artillery, the sight cfwhiclh
8. was sufficient to divert them from their purpose ;
n they immediately left their rafts, and tihe main
- body proceeded along thie trace towards Lee's
r creek, carrying off hor.ses, guns, and whatever else
o they could carry tvaway witi th em ; they have also
Y rolhbed several iamiliels living up thie Poto, :.- Ji..
e (very horse they could lay their hands o, J I..-
e Osages, state, that the Sacsand Foxes have joined
1 them, and that ihey shortly intend to make aiu'at-
s tlack upon the Clherokees. It is not, as yet, been
' ascertalned, that any white ..-'. i hasbeen killed
Sahlihugh in sume instances s :s.,. .i. measures were
made use of ,to compel the surrender of horses.-
- Their hostile appearance and conduct before the
f Fort, and insolent demand for ammunition, &cc.
Without ........,- ,, other depreda.tions than
un robbery, .-I .'.". J s. their object, which noth-
Sing, hut energetic'and decisive measures can.pre-

:' vent.

n, Tie following Resolutions were unanimously a-
n doi.tcd by about three hundred persons, assembled
I oh the first day of the term. ,
o 1st. resolved, That .,,.J.-. '.,;..: circumstances,
S it is necessary for au ....-... .. i- it ofthec Legisla-
t ture, to devise and adopt some plan for the relief of
t the people.
S 2d. That the Commonwealth's Bank from its
c confined capital, is not adequate to the relief of the
3d. That under the present state of things, it
c would be politic to pass a Property Law, to defeat
e speculation, to cause the circulating medium of the
country to be ecularged by other means than at
SSheriff's Sales.
4.th. That a copy of these Resolutions be imme-
sdiately fortardede t Hi,' F ,sllon-y John Adair,
S Governor of the C ... ........ ,J .:- i Kentucky, andi
also be published in some of ithe newspapers of this
state. C. JOUETT, Chairman.
'Tfios. RALEInG, Sec'ry.

S By anu advertisement of Mr. Thomas Yeatman,
f broker lit Nashville, it appears that notes, of the
f Bank of Ithe Coummovwcalh were at 30, and notes
oif lhIe Bank of Kentucky, 20 per cent. discount ou
- tlhe 30th unit.
S If we are not mistaken, tlih -ns;,,iin ssion of the
Legislature will be a stormy ..'. I.,1: sentiments
expressed by some of the citizens of tihe southern
Part of the State 'in favor of a Property Law-t-he
I case within which such opinions are propagated, and
, tie facility with which a certain portion of the colm-
1 inauilty have been inoculated wiiIt themi-serve to
I create alarmni. ','en, m '-in1- i, i' I i ,..l .i ,
friends oft ll I s'..i ,,i, i sl I i
of thie new bank exempt from apprehensions of the
most serious nalnrce. They appear to be aware,
that thIe passage ol a property law woe uld, by ren-
deriug te collection of many of their debts imprae-
ticale, diminish, thie credit of their paper, if it
should not endanger the existence of thie instituutoin

We heia from WashinigiTon, that tile present En-
glish i-1 -1. I 1 Canuning, fortus ave -
ry appropriate successor to thie late Minister, Mr.
in. I- -iIll l... i ... ., .: I that th e later gen-
ii l .. I. 1 i in tai i I m unqualified regret
of all those swho had an opportunity t o obscibve tseh
a. ....s t- i'. familiarity of his m tanners, h ins u-
bane in i-i'S-t. na- ic'tssibility, and all those
gisa b ni, i .1, [lt,- character of the polhishcd gen-
r s..... coI. n I.. h...ve are hartdppy to hear, fills
Ti, St. i t..1,-.. Bn ide by the sdeparntre of s Mr.
iai. be. .po i,.. in a i dvkeni ofn already ic n terms
.. in J-in. -I i sin-, How much is gained be-
twecnltoeme powerful ft sliost by a reciprocation of
such, diplomatic hisntercourse It serves to smooth
thie ay for a peaceful ani amicable adjustmien t of
all points it altercatiohen, and to mitigae those datn-
gerous and iniflanimmatory spirits, always prone to
break out into acts of open hostility' amongst rivals !
Wars have often been occasioned batweesiu nations
ueruye-ly.. ixin e. ..I.. i and supercilious bear-
tig Oln II.i .. i. s I'. l. i ..-... u,..nsuaera.
Able Mnt iusters in time hof p rece, are every wsay
a is essential to the prosperity ofa nation as able Gen-
ersals in dLilume ofw ar. IThey often, by their insinu-
ating satner and urbanity of dtiportmnent, carry
prison by- negotiation, that ste people whlichl they
ereresent could never have carried b y force of
The inStock ofthen Bank ofthe United Sates,which
had been progressively advancing in price from the
conumsencemsnit of tle present ymr, until about the
first day of this mon th, appears now to be stauionary
at.aboiut nineteen dollars above par. It will be re-
membered, thin stockhioldets were asusutred in .Janua-
ry last, that the losses wiich lad been sustained by
the institution were ti en imore than balanced by the
profits ; a dividend in July next has therefore beet
confidently expected, and that expectations, has, no
doubt, caused the, advance in tise price of' tlhe stock.
But is there asny canus hyte pie h t of Stock lassa
oest lately advanced ?I Is'there ;ss i. tlio. t.. .:
ple, from ite miew marble house, i,' i -E i'. .P '
I and Dirsectors eill nde it expeldielit not to declire
a dividend in Jumly as they dhid in January-or, teat
thie dividend wisbllie so suiall as to deter prudent
nc from maTkinug investments i i the stock. ?
I Federal Gaz.
W V 'as it expected thie advance was constantly to.
go on-never reaching the maximum ?

An.attelmpt was made ontl Wednesday evecning. to
rob the New-York State Banke, in this city. IThe
Cashier of that Bank, just ass lie stas retiring to bed,
discovered a large Mulatto man secreted under a
table, and by the assistance of Ilis two soils, after a
despmetate atteinspt Ceo force Isis wemi' stmnought them,
lie tts aecuren, and is nos sidged in auo. hi. :s

fels.'WEtuNDOERutel idaeeuiie andRitW sillOpreaid
Tahi ae oloms otin gangs lee have b snnmpted so
pDose tmei City Vis boPinoesie ofuNewiYori them-
for Statesvgios, ion eudc so etesit is Aeenugstii.-

tACO Ricnod Counv--aFEit Jo53 ARE
ihe.io viiimenadsm vs o|ch they aresthu reatened.

TCsesfltnoving gestoldoeut hae eth i ehtueset sropme-
'flue nv euage ajsojithe is 2751. Wieoges uudmbr of
votes 13i.OOO.
.D ,'t'OverPKINS, Vito Presidetha of th e Uad i-
for Stauys, is c phoet a memeion tie Cuveuslsis
el Ricshumiond County-htal jore ity' s5iO.
'le Astobe resunded.s of The Cousiution, or a thewi
Ch stbiuton, should oae le tyomugust utmost popec,
tmssts lie sulunitteed so time People.,vu slin ae fiutally to
decide on shu acts of mheir delegstoes, md usathy or
reject vhat they' iuropose.

Wae have a neport finott Frtanc'e that thin adidition-
al duty of 90 fi-atncs per tout sui Antmenica vessels is
sahinclisiseel, amid *l lint all i-eu'cited si mnce time 12th, of
iDec. is so lie mefuinided. ''The Puesidenit of she hub-
- sod Stsuies hias auutluority Ce suspmemdl stes Americanic
ccscxuutomntnage dusty osa Fienchi esnsels. 'hibs stepore
,hums hocem doubmited ty' isaiss pseuson-smith it true', shun
quttstio-i is whether is sueruely messem en thle state ioi
thingss wliikht Odin first lawv wa-s made so cosnstom iyil ?

S The treasurer of thiegeuerlasseniblv of thIe Pres-
bipseriani Chureth hias t ..... .. lit. receipt of
i .'712 70, lor the Ti e:.im ;.. ..s at Frince-
ton. during lthe mounthi 1i i I -i
iA 5 per cent. city loin is talked oof at Baltimtore,
to pay a debtol' so400,000 :l .. .. per cent.

Deaths at Baltimore in thn week ending the 18th
ins L 30, imilthueiIg of coasamption 10:




Capt. SMITH, of the ship Heroine, at this port,
left Liverpool on the-19th ult. (two days after the
Hercules lately arrived at New-York,.) and brought
London papers to the evening of the 16th of May.
On the 15tb .i "r- number of petitions were
presented to P r'l. -.r,. .niI .;persons who had suffer-
ed in the proceedings at Manchester on the 16lth of
Aug. 1819. The petitions were all ordered to be
printed. On their same day, Sir F. BuRDETT made
his promised motion for the House to go into aCom-
mittee of the Whole to investigate the occurrences
of that ill-fated day. The discussion was long and
interesting. The'House adjourned at 3 o'clock on
thlie morning of the 16th, without taking the ques-
tion, and the discussion was to be resumed in the
afternoon of the 16th.
Bills arc pending to repeal thie Usury Luws-to
amend the Pauper Laws-and to alter 'the Bank-
rupt Law.
The French decree lately mentioned in this
country, was not the subject vf much remark in
Liverl;ool, but was spoken of as replacing the A-
merican commerce with France upon its former
footing-the particulars were not however fully
To0dOON, itAY 16.
We inserted in our paper of Monday last, a let-
ter from a correspondent, on stie subject of thle pro-
posed protecting duty on sugar from thie East, in
favour of that which conies from the West-Indies;
but though we admitted his statements, from a de-
s-rc that truth might he elicited, we cannot say that
we were convinced by his arguments.
Our West-Indian Colonies were settled under the
double i ...-* r.i.1,,I. exists, viz;:-rthat they are
to send i I.Ir._".': '. us in Britisth vessels,- and
take the poods they consume from us Mr. Fox,
whio has always been admitted to have been an ex-
cellent constituted, al lawyer, said, in the House of
SCommons, upon Lord Beauchamip's motion, for tlhe
admission of foreign sugars into British consump-
tion, that there was not any written agreement,
but there was something more substantial, there
,was monopoly against monopoly. The West-India
planters were confined in the sale of their commodi-
ties to Britain, and Britain was confined to take
those commodities from them andl from them only.
This '-.,it I 1.-P',"a" ,'nfir-med, not by words, but
by de.., I I.. I 1--- .- -.. i ,.. ed certain privileges,
and for these privileges they gave something in re-
turn, an .-[-1.- ... ,l-. w that there was quid
pr'o quo,"- i.'.- ,..*.i,. 1 the civil law, to be
a formal ratification oftany compact or bargain."-
Now, let us ask this writer, after 100,000,000 of
.British capital has been laid oat in the WestIndies,
upon the faith of this compact, would he have us,
in order to enrich a few adventurers to the East,
destroy the fruits to be derived from so much Brit-
ish capital- and ,;.t -..'. .. IL. I ....... and tIhe
country, by a br(, i.- i- l' h .; I', Il ? If he
would, we can only say, that we would not.
As to the bargain hlie alludes to, between Govern-
ment and the 'West Indians, about granting the
present p..:...-. ,,Iy, in return for the support
of the '. i-, i- l... -: -, Parliament, we beg leave to
tell him, that we have never heard of it, and we
believe no person has clone so, but himself.
If we cannot bring to this country, for eonsunp-
i.:., i. ., Fi the Brazils, Cuba, or America,
|, n r surely prohibits the sugars of
China, Siam, or other countries not under British
domination, from coining here for use.
Our own West-Indi:. i..i :,.', ; pay an addit-
ional duty, over that (.1 itl ... .; o s. per cwt.
and, when i .., :.: price is under 47s. of 8s. per
cwt. Why, .. i-t, .are claved sugars from the
East to be more favored than these from the West ?
They are equally improved by somine process after
-manufacture, are- *I"-ll, I, .. : -. X 1.. ...1. equal-
lysupplanit the ref, -. :,Jd .._-h .. i I, addit-
ional duty.,
Whether tlie consumption of East India sugar be
5,000 tons per annum, or more or less than this, it
displaces so much West-India sugar, which must
shortly cease to be cultivated-and the advantages
l., .'"II i, l.], ,,:, ,ilerehants, a,.,l .. l1 hllf' ,..]i ".r ,ra-
I I. .. .. \I% are to be l.,r, h, ih- I.',. l'i of
Sl,-.v trading to the East,
Anid now letus ask this writer, I-.I.-i lir r.- itl
believes, as he insinuates, that East-India sugars
are used 1., :V-r ,,,l I,* Wr will tell'him, ido
the are ,.. I I ,.,,. ,,. t... for maninny years.-
They are unfit for refiners. Do the grocers sell
them ? Yes, but not as East India s...: a They
mix tIhe fine sorts of East India sugar .i, West-
I..; ..,.-. :.. ; olonr, and then sell the
u i.-., ,- \. -1.. li .., r-thus practising a fraud
upon the consumer, who finds his sugar, in conse-
quence of the mixture, less sweet than it ought to
be, and therefore e, li.....i w..i..c-. .11 cheap, virtual-
ly dear.

By yesterday's mail advices were received from
the Morca, down to the middle of April. The
Turks had received a. l.. 1- ,t I ,. r'-: ,-. -.i0
of troops-at Patras,and It i ....i., i l I. .. n.
Greeks in that place. I i.. .. :. .- -
ber of his followers had fled to the i mountains-and
several thousands, men, women, and children, had
found means to escape by sea, and had arrived at
Zante, in the itost destitute state, I ,;.-. fned
with nothing but the clothes they w&o, 1i, let-
ters from Constantinople are to the llth of April.-
The panic continued unabated. Two, or three
Greek Bishops had been beheaded, and numbers of
Greeks lhad taken shelter on board of vessels bear-
ing tihe Russian flag, which is respected. Great
preparations were inaking by the Porte to resist
Pritnce Y tPSILATI, who had crossed the Danube ;
but the Turks were not to move until an arniy was
formed able to meet the insurgents.

Dutch Papers to the 12thl inst. have come to hand
this morning. They contai:.... .I .....: ..*, i -
tavia, dated Dec. the 4th, '. h,,h,.. i, .t.i i
issueofan expedition, undet ihs ,, I ..t [ .r ,
Col. KER, against a strong body of pirates, (a-
mongst whom were tldrty ]uropeans) who, en-
couraged by time Sultan of PALEMBASG, had estab-
lislied themselves in a fortress on the eastern sideof
the Island of Banca.
"aft- -
Thie Spanish Captain-General of tlie Phillippinc
Islands has issued a manifesto to the inhabitants.
upon thie atrocious massacre at Maniilla in Oct. last,
in which some of our countrymen suffered, and ma-
ny foreigners were cruelly robbed and mnurdered.-
He accuses those engaged in the massacre of hav-
ing "covered themselves with opprobrium and igno-
riny ;" become objects of execration and hir-
ror 3" committed robberies and iniquities which
humanity deplores ;" sacrificed their honor, be-
come traitors and enemies to their country, and
stripped it of its hottr and glory." And what,
he demands, was the motive or the pretext for 'a tu-
nsult as dreadful as unforeseen ? Tlhe foreigners,
yon say, poison the waters of the rivers and time
wells~your food, the air which you breathe !- To ac-
eemphlsh this horrible design, they purchase, you
add, serpents aud other venomous reptiles, which
they preserve witlh a cruel care and refined precau-
tions! Unhappy people do you not perceive all
the absurdity or ridicule of your terror ? Do you
f i- iI, iI the waters of the river, i '1r. contin-
hi ll' ,l.. .. course to the sea, the ,',l i '..i the At-
mighty tloue could poison them ? And were it even
possible to poison the waters and rihe food, could
titte possibly exist nuitbera capable of such a
crime ? The blacks of the mointuffn, the Moors of
Tolo and of Mindanao, v inld blush so toneive so
atrociousa project. And can you believe strangers
capable of it, wviho come to enrich us by their capi-
tals and their bidustry ? Men wvho are our breth-
ren ;vwho are christians ; who belong to illustrious
natiious, and whose connections wittl us were the
source of our continually increasiig prosperity I-
eyow, ii fine, could mteiawhose fortiue is founded
ot your agriculture or your industry, attempt to in--
jure you ?"
The captain-general then goes on to publish a re-
port of the physicians, after a strict examination, .to-
prove site sterv; that foreigners had poisoned the
waters, and caused a great morality among site in-
habitants, an absurd tale, purposely inststed to
sisleadt lie Tulear," and to serve as a pretext to

plunder, rob andl minurder. A Frencitmnn had sonic
preserved insects, *,.f .... .. f thirds, fish
and shells, for the ..... ... i and natural
histor-Y ; iowders and other suhstances for medical
purposes were also found ; and the ignorant and
superstiious natives were led by the knaves who
had planned tie scheme to believe ihat these were
the means used to poison and destroy them. The
captain-general calls upon the inhabitants te repent
of their errors and crimes, and deliver up to justice
the wicked men who had seduced and deceived

The fo;'owing article is copied lromn th
Charleslon Courier of the 14th inst.
Capt. Chester, ofthe sloop ff'Ws.p, who arrived
yesterday from St. Augrustine, informus thit tlme U.S.
sehr.'.Vstudstch. Lieut. "Comndt. Turner, arrived off
that.port on Tuesday last, in 5 days from thie Hav-
ana. having on board Mr. Aredondo. tile Commis-
sioner appointed byithe Capt. General of Cuba, to
deliver the province of East-Florida into the hands
of the American authorities; which event it was sup-
posed would take place on time o15th inst. the Amer-
ican troops being expected to arrive from Fernan-
.dina by that time, as information of the arrival of
the Commissioner, had been dispatched to that post.
It wvas understood that the Spanish Commissioner,
brought with him $10,000 to mneet the demands
against the Spanish Government in East Florida,
hut it wvas supposed that slm would be by no means
adequate to thie purpose.
Ou Saturday morning the Governor of St. Aiu-
gastine issued a Proclanmation, informing the inhab-
Imtants of the event which was about to take place,
and exhorting them to he peaceable and friendly
towards the new order of things.
An account from St. Marys of the 9th inst. states,
The stip Meteor, lying in the stream, with troops,
is just ordered to sail for St. Augustine ; thIe Por-
poise and Tartar will proceed there with her, and
thence to Havana with the Spanish garrison."
Capt Root's Company of Artillery, shich formed
the garrison of Fort Charlotte at" Mobile, passed
through tlis place yesterday on theirwayv to join
Gen. Jackson, preparatory to taking possession of
Pensacola.-Blakeley S. .f.;,,-' I
-~00 a"--
I''tm the Baltimnore Patriot, June 21.
By theslo opFlying Fish, Capt. Carnes, in 7 days
from Cape Haytienu, we have received intelligence
that all the Spanish part of St. Domingo has been
revolutionized. Comn. Aury's flag was left flying at
Monte Christi-and the t..l., ... i.,ops had
marched against Port Plat 11i .- :. h tts.' it is be-
lieved, was eff'ected without bloodshed.-Coin. Aury
and President Boyer acting in concert.
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Xach-
S itches, of the2d of May.
SSome Spaniards from St. Antonio, have lately
arrived here to trade ; they brokight several handredl
mules and horses.- r. ..-..' :I.....i is a Mr. Eras-
mas, President of'--i... .-- .i ,I. Antonio, who
says Americans are permitted and c i'..-.,i i ,.l -,I
settle in tihe province of Texas. The ..,,u C.-:m;i-
tution is in operation. He is authorized to invite
all the Spaniards to return to their former places of
r -'r]in,--Ththi'v are pardoned ; nimany, but not all,
,11 i -

Jnust as Capt. Do.wves, in the frigate Macedo-
nian, was on the eve of sailing from Valmparaiso, he
received the following complimentary letter from
she Americans residing at that place.
VALPARAItSO tAcriC 9, 1821.
Dear Skr:-ThIe undersigned, citizens of the Uni-
ted F, .'.: i, desirous previous to your depar-
ture. ..ll]. ,.r feeble acknowledgments for the
many and important services which we (some of us
individually, and all as connected with the general
properitv f ourm countrymen) have received, take
the Ii..,,. addressing you this note, confident
that ..-. ll ittuibite to us no other motive than an
ardent desire to give expression to the f-liptrs
which yost constant attention to the :-,- ..i- I.l
your countrymen have excited. '
We feel gratefulto outr government for the coun-
tenance anil protection which the presence of a ship
of war affords to our commerce in these distant
seas, as we estimate their amount of property saved
by your exertions from absolute loss to its owners,
at a much greater sum than that of the expenses in-
curred in maintaining your ship while oni this sta-,
tion ; besides the numerous advantages h. l,- i,,*11
.presence hias afforded in despatching -ir I .-,i -,
tine our commercial negotiations.
I', lu |I '- i.. r .. '. i, t".. ;.: heard,with
the deepest regret, ...,--,. i -.,1. :.| and mali-
cious reports have been circulated at home, respec-
tinug the line of conduct which you have prsurTed,we
are anxious to bear our most positivetestimony a-
gainst them.
In the unsettled state of the country since your
arrival in this ocean, -..-fl,;.. i.T,. rests have ne-
cessarily ariset, and ,It.: h..- i- .- have in many
instances infringed on our neutral rights. But your
?erse",er-i re',l qnd unremitted attention to the
'I.-.- '. '1.1 ,:.ntrymen, have prioteeted our,
--. ,.,.,h- ,- .I pr. I..-' I have made ou, l i- t. -pect-
ed, and have convinced evety real -\ that
in every instance, and in the many delicate and try-
ing situations in which you have been placed, warm
feelings of humanity, and a heart and hand devoted
to your country, have been your constant guide.
With our best wishes for your safe return to your
family and friends, and for your future prosperity,
we remain, very respectfully, your friends and most
obedient seivants, S'; -..-i,
Horatio Jerauld, Daniel W. Frost,
Edwin T. Jenckes, Francis Coffin,
Tunis Tunison, John Jennings,
Charles W. Foster, Richard R. B.n-,hsin
Charles Reeve, Amos Maince '.-I --.
Samuel Hill, Z. W. Nixon,
T. R. Eldredge, Lloyd IHowland,
Henry Hill.
L't A Shopkeeper" is received. We have
hitherto dec'i,,.. i...llSiX;h,: communications re-
specting the _.'...-. .ul..:1

Inthis town, by the Rev. Mr. Wisuner, Mr. Thom-
:F ,'.-.- ?i M ry Geyer.
I, -'..i.--.,i, .s,-, the 21st inst. by the Rev. E.
(C ii., Mr Ir1..i ... J Hayt, of Boston, to MissSa-
rah Morrill, of Salisbury.
In Fairhiaven, by James Taber, Esq. Mr. John
Hammond to Miss Ruth Turner.
InTauniton, by .if', .I W,-Aii. ns, Esq. Mr. Elisha
Walker to Miss u.-i. ... I. ,.-I
In Taunton, 17th inst. bythe Rev. Mr Shaw, Mr.
Apollos Seck-el to Miss Plihbe Seekel.
In Nantuscket, Mr. Andrew F. Swain to Miss
Anna Barnard, daughter of Capt. Cromwell Bar-
In Bath, Maine, Mr. Levi Lemont to Mrs. Mary
Snow-Mr. Peltish Berry, of Lewviston, to MissE-
lizabhcth Lemnont-Col. Dwelly Turner, merchant,
to Miss Mlaryl .l.-,.1, .-, ,-.r C-,pt Levi Peterson.
-In Phippsbul:,, I' D.- ....'. Arnold, of Bath,
to Miss Mury Jane, eldest daughter of the Hon.
Mark Langdon Hill.
In Monmouth, Maine, Mr. George Washington
Fogg, to Miss Hannah Blue ; Mr. Thaddeus Per-
kins to Miss Olive Fogg; Mr. Peleg Bcnson Fogg,
to Miss Sarah Towlc ; Dr. Francis Caldwell of
Bloemfiels, to Miss Betsey Frost, of Montmoeth.
In Cahifs, Maine, George Dowses, Esq. Attorney
at Law, to Miss Betsey L. Danford.
'. In Belfast, Maine, Mr. Samuel Gilbrith, to Miss
Emily Taggert.
In Brooks, Malie, Phineas Ashmun, Esq. to
Miss Haanmah Clary, daughter of Capt. Daniel Cla-
In this towfv, Hannail, youngest daughter of Elias
lMaynard, aged 2 years.-George Alfred, aged 6,son
of George Warren.-Mrs. Maty Mingus aged 3!i.-
On Sunday, Mr. Addington Davenport, aged 71.
In this town, on Sunday evening last, Samuel Ba-
call, aged 12 years.
In Dorchester, on Saturday last, Mr. Samnuel
Spear, mserchantofsthis ttwn, aged 52 His fuier-
al will be this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from his late
residence in Dochestie, which his relations and
friends are requested to attend without further in-
In Milton, on Friday lass, after a short but dis-
tressing illness,Abigail, yonugest child of Joseph and
Mary Mortis, aged 4 years.
In N. Bedford, Benjaamin Taber, in the 20thl year
oflhisage,son of Mr. Barnabas Taber.
In Bradford, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Rev. Jona-
than Alien, aged 73.-In Kennebunk, Mr. Samuel
Hardy. formerly of Bradford. In Phila. Mr. James
C .,.I.."' .., .*.'. !11
i u ilI -' Mr. William Booden, aged
68. The cicunstanccs otflis death, are rteatecd to
us as follows. In thIe morning of time day of his
death, his sou killed a bear, which vI'. ,-i"r'n,- -,
sheep, ad somse of te meat was ... .I ., J .,.-.,
As hue sat at table, hue suddenly observed, that hle
should eat no more bear's nteat, stepped 1to hei
door. and fanltered. He was assisted to his bed

and soon expired.
In Baltimore, Rev. Hamilton Jefferson, in the
53d year of his age.
In Baltimore, Mr. Edward Jones, formerly of
Portsmouth, N. H.
In Charleston, S. C. the 1st of June, Mrs. ELIZA
HUNTER, aged 36, wife of Mr. Ira Hunter, former-
ly of Boston.
In Louisville. (Ken.) Mr. John H. Clark, aged

In consequence of tlue deathI of ELISHA .'TIcr-
NOR. Esq. Treasurer of the .Provident- isstitstion
for Savings in the town of Boston, the Presiclent
directs tiat the office of dtie Insttitntin be closed
To-mniorrow, and reqhctiests a special meeting of the
Trustees, at eleventh o'clock A. M. on that day, at
the Marshal's Office, Old Court House.
By order of His Honor WILIIAM PIitLLIPS.
JAS. SAVAGE, Secreter.

We learn that Mr. Blunt lihas received a copy of
the Chart of the Chesapeake Bay, and the whole
coast of North Cr.. .. : .. lately by or-
der of thie Navy C. t-.',. r.i 1 i.. government
have placed this copy in the hands of Mr. Bltunt or
immediate publication, and from thlie known accur-
acy with which lie executes his Charts, they de-
serve a preference ever any others published in this
or another country. So great has become the
trade from N. Orleans to Maine, that correct Charts
are all important to thie Merchant, Underwriter and
Navigator. Ev. Pvt.

A iRussian captain, lately returned from Persia,
mentioned to a friend in Astrachat, that, whein lie
was in that country, hlie happened one day to go into
the house of a native, when lie was surprised to
find between twenty and thirty Persians assembled
and listening with attention to one whlo .was reading
a book. They no sooner noticed the stranger thIau
the hook was laid aside and concealed, and it was
with some difficulty that hlie could prevail upon thliemn
to tell him what book it was.
At last, they informed him, that it was the ACezT
Testament ; and said, the reason why they endeav-
oured to conceal it was, that they were not permlit-
ted to read it publicly. How pleasing the idea, that
many of the other copies which have been introditu-
ced into that empire, may also have their select cir-
cles to which they are proclaiming the glad tidlings
of redeeming mercy and love, and that here aiud
there they may have a .Nicodemus inquiring, under
the shadle of concealment, Hlow can these things be'
The Edinburgh Review for March, contains a
review o0c ,"-'i-,l iorks published in France on tihe
subject .I t'... kr, Amnongst French writers
(say the Reviewers) the science of eating hias al-
ways held a much more distinguished rank thai
with us, and makes no -:1, fi. ..i -in all the branich-
es of their literature. \ ..-lii. has declared, that
the fate of nations very often depends oti t- li.- .
or bad digestion of a prime minister ; and ; -'.. i ..
the French novels, the pleasures of eating are dwelt
upon ; and, even in the mest pathetic parts, the lihe-
romes often descant on them, much in tsIn tonec
which we should expect in -I... .1 ir of a Lon-
don Alderman."

The Great Western Avenue" isto be opened on
Monday next, for passage ; and it appearing that
thepublic wish to notice in some Xi-,....,... and
suitable manner, the completion c.l .i ..-.... ..dcer-
taking, those gentlemen who are in favour of form-
ing a Cavalcade on said day, to pass to Brighton and
return by the way of Brookline, are requested to
meet at Fenno's Hotc, Scho6ol-street, this ev being,
at 8 o'clock.

The Subscriber ',wl,,,,.h-?. ",ith gratitude,
his thanks to Mr. 'I- i \\ ,, for his exer-
tions in ,saving tl,. 1,-: ..I .-.. ems Thursday
last, while in the itmediat-.-r.... ., in en-
-" sringto fordonei'of i i....'.. 'i other
l .- coming from Roxbury to Boston. Such hc-
roice acts as these ought to be published-and by the
Controuler of Events, the life .-.r ,, .-.. : *Il '..-
servced through the exertions c., II' '

Palladiun Mi ur';i c: Ljst.-


SATURDAY, June 23-Ar. 1, P.:. ,. :-. Tuck-
er, (of Marblehead) Marseilles, ., 1' -,...I Gib-
raltar May 8.
SAME DAY v-Ship Il,..:,, h I i..-:.l ."
At quar. brigs Hl i- .i i .... I ,i..: '
Camed ,'T.;... ,.22 F I.... i .1,,'!, -.1' ."1-
land) H1.1 ... I
cLE.ArED -- Ship I ; I ,.-. t. W...1.... 11 ; ;' ;
1., I" .. \ l.t.ett "., i' ,. ,ir ', ,. I', .'.. el
[ .* I.J, r' ,I,......... ; ...... R obert D avie,
Gibraltar ; Little Sarah, Jas. Collier, Canary Isl-
ands ; Little Cherub, John Crocker, Halifax ; f Lit-
tle W illiamn. rG : 1 .. P .,-,,.t M :. ... WI.;,..
Phila. ; sloc r. I .. I.... i. ., r.it. ,.: I.s-
born, N .Y,:..l l,,,.,.'l.,, .lul l .l.r ..,.l ,,1-
hIam W ood. N I.- .. ; P i:, ,11 Li..I-
SUNDA -\i I.,.- ,.. ,,,. ,,.,, ,,t.
24, viaqua, A '.N i i:,. ,,,, \ .. ,,, ;
schm.C lim ax I h..,.i. ..., ,.i ..-. i ,. ...i. I i f ti. .,, t.
At qul. a c e th I I .,I ,. ti .i',,, ,, ,
Richmond,; Morning Star, Dtinkwater, of North-
port, from Alexandria. Caume up, brig Harriet &
Lucy, and sch. Mary &Nancy.
Thie Morn. Star left the Capes J7th inst. in co.
with seh. Syren, of Saco, for Portland.
SAME DAY-Brig Richmond, Webb Richmond;
schs. Cent, Hallet, Alexandria ; Larch, Hinks, (of
B.I. 1..-;..:.i d.., ; Dove, Portsmouth.
t I \'..i,, spoke, on Saturday, atan anchor
near Sanukaty Head, the ,ir-,p--it'- sloop Orbit, of
N. York-she wasinside ..l i,. i.ii t Man SL.oal.
Capt. Hallet spoke, l1th inst.off Ci .:. ....... ,
sch. Hero, Norris, from Boston. Sl "1-. 1. -I..,
ters, hence for N. York, ar. at Hyannis ot Friday,
and sailed again same day-Sch. Liberty, from do.
for Bait. ar. same dlay, and sailed next morning.
SAMtE DAY-SIoop Governor, Drinkwvater, (of
Portland) Alexandria. Came out oftlieCapes 17th
inst. Left :at Holmes' Hole, on Friday, slchl.
Reaper, Lorimng, for Portland. .
SAME DAY-Sell. Relief, Baxter, (of Dennis)
Frederieksburg. Left the Capes 17th. Spoke, omil
Thursday, off Hyannis Roads, sell. Gustavus, Bas-
sett, 2 ddays from Boston.
SAME DAsV-Sloops Mechanic, Easmer, Norfolk;
Enterprise, Hussey, Nantucekct. -
Ships Constitution, John Adams, Weyinmouth, and
Lion, for thie Pacific, sailed from Nantucket on
Sunday morning.
SA-ME DAY--Brig Echo, Norton, N. Bedford.-
Left Holmes' Hole on Sunday morning, in cc. with
a fleet of vessels, including two hermaphrodite bri;s.
Sehs, Regulator and Benj. Franklin,- hence, sailed
on Thursday, for Phila.
ENTERED-SChs. Globe, Hill, (of'Saco) Rich-
mond ; Gov. Brooks, Cook, Edgartown.i, in ballast;
sloops Packet, Newburyport ; Pollyv, Ipswich.
[The Gov. Brooks sailed from'Port an u Prince
May 24., and Ocracock 9th in. l-.l uI.. ]
c.,AREDn-Brigs James & Il.11 ,, i- t. I \...-
dy, Havana ; "Win. Henry, Paine, Richnmond ; schs.
Triumph, Wm. C. Lee, St. Thosmas ; Indus, Ezra
Vinaul, do. amil a market; sloops Hawk, Starbuci,
sNantucket; Packet Salen.

WV ent to sea, ..,, -,,.1 I i. ,1:, .,...:- (wind East)
brig Carcline, }c.:. .T. I -.1 "', ..' I'orto Bive.-
Evening, (wind SSE.) sloop 1. ...-...-..... 1, ". 'ork..
Om Sunday. (wind SW .nto 2'.a. 'Il.,' thv, Imn-
dia ; Freden, of and tho' .'i:.,,. i -.'_ ; Isis, Huvana,
ballast; brigs Cmerub, it.... .;I ,t & Eliza, Elsi-
neurs; Two Brothe's, Hfotduras ; William, oh'f ew-
ummrvport, for Havana ; Hercules, of Sundmcmld, for
St "Jout ; Fed. George, Baltimoro ; schls. Andes,
Pcrnaibuco and a market ; Grampus, of Plymouih,
for Gibraltars Little Sarah, of Colhasset, for the Ca-
naries 3 Auroa, Thuanhcr, St. Johns, Porto Rico;
F arm 'e of Jnnr l.s or r".'" h, for St. D ,. ,..- I' t h-
H a w k (o f C ,- i.,,..., -r t,. ,,' ,; A nu I ....... .' .i" .' -;
Little Cherube Halifax u Exertiont, i .1- i .,,le
',Vm. Richmond ; Levaut, Grifuith, and FPichiuond
Packet- Oakes, Baltimore ; Leautdcr,do. ; Mexieam,
Philad.'; Dispatch, Lubes l. I v' ,- rc, (of Alba-
ny) do. ; Ma'y Ann, (of i :-ti I- I Savannah ;
Fatr Play, Charleston ; -,. .. : 5. Yarmouth)
Nevwfounudland ; Econumy, (of Duxhury) Alexan-
dria ; Funl ml, N. York ; Eliza NicolI, Hercules,
Mary and WiadhamnConn. ; Flora, New Bedbord ;
ans namy fotr Eastern and other sorts.
Brig I'uawn, fromm Havauanleft quarantine ground
same day, for Cronstadt.
Sels. HHazard, of Castine, fo' Curacoa, and He-
len, for Baltinmose, have gone to sea, time unknown.
The sloop Comiet, for N. York, which suarred on
Saturday evening, injured her c mc nsaitssl, by getting
afoul of a hri" in tsIe stream, and was deitisiud for

repairs. Sihe sailed gain on Sunday afternoon.
Passengmcr in the Caroline, Mr. James Bulhu'd.
Passenger in the Sally, Edward A. Newton, Esq.
In the Andes, Mr. Bosseaux and family.
Sloop Friendship, Trenchi, from Elizabeth City,
and 1-1 dtays from Ocracoerk, ar. ion Saturday.
Sloop Bedford, Hitel., from N. Bedford, ar. on
Sutinday evening. -
Dr. Lastred came passenger isn the Harriet k Lu-
cy, from Mart.-Dr. Anderson and Mr. Johsonsm in
teo Galaxy, fiom Trinidad-J. Conelly andd family,
n tlic Tekceli, from St. Thromts.

The hRebecca, at qiar. rcr-.ts ans ]!'?inT left 1F-
vana 2d inst.--Samnuel S;a:s:'c.. d diid uy 31, i;-.
ing been taken sit k on the 21ih.
Capt. Nicker-soe, frosm 'ret icksltrg .sptke.M'i
inst. it 10, A. a. lht. 40, 30, Ion. 72, ship A-ritot..
N.York-wind S.
P ,,- s .., i to.y..." cto fr. I- t'if :. M rs. T'ids
and i ..' il ..... Shannon, M'Do;ald, tVende,-
ville, and Leightson.

A bbl. of flour, marked R. and anddied t' e Klinsle'.-
superfinue," has 'Ieen picked up i ih lo. 60C.
A Gibralhtar paper, of May 12, has bees received
at New-YtrK.

Extract of a letter fi'om lhe captain of stilj I 'eotr,
of .Vanhut.miet, doted in lol. 32, S. lo. 84, I'.
April 22, at 6, P. M. finished a 40 bbl. halie.-
At 4, next morning, the alarm of fire was livcen.
which communicated from the trv-wiorkcs, and buh rnt
tShu deck-benut, catlhings, htoard.,and 10 casks, but
not so as to injure the ideckor ship. By the ss irit-
ed exertious of the hands, it was extinpiguishme d in
about 20 minulites. Most of the clothing, belonging
to the men, was lost in the fire."

Art. yesterday. (towed in by the Re-vennc Cutter,)
In.'! Jjnno, Sitliii, 15 days fi:om Havana, bound to
Bristol. Ot Wednesda'y last, ran ashore oi Nar-
raganset Beach, by the pilot, in a thick fog, but was*
got off, with the loss of hlier riulder, and other dam-
age, 1whlih ca-.ced the brig to leak, tmid is suipposed
to have wet the lower tier ofsugars.
The Tomn-hlazar'd. fironom Bristol, E. for this por',
foundered at sea. She had ou board about 200
tons ofiron, being thIe cargo of the ship Aristome-
nes, condemned at Bristol, some m months since, as

The Ontario S. W. capt. Chaiuncecv, from Port an-
Prince, ar-. at Al'z'iras April 28.
Thli e Jane, Miltimore, for N. York, saihld froufi
Gibraltar 39 days since- the CColumbus and Ontario'
were in port. Ar. May C I.;- ..1.. 1. CIod-
well, fron frapan "or i,.I i j, i '.r,'
Golden Age, Tiomas. Leghiorn, 19, for this pur'.-
Cl. 9tlu to 12uh, sch. Rosena., Dill,of Plynouith, fior
"r.,' eh.l A.lbatross, oftlo. was at "Malagi, for
.t M .,.0.

The Eiizabchl-V-Wilson. Goodwivin, for Portsmouth,
sailed from Liverpool May 19--the Mercvy ,for'this
port, vwas to sail in 3 or- 4 .11 i ,il of fright and
i'"'s '- -il." '-II-' I-.1..- .j., for Car'narvuon

i.,. ..I. i .., p ,,. u. i days front N .Orlieans,
ar. atCLiverpool heth.
The MiloI was adv. positively to sail from Liver-
pool July 1, fo r "1. 1 .
Brig G (ov. Carne. i i",-- .fPlymonth, from Iol-
land forthis portp --.. [.... u'May 15, after rcut-
ting two cables under Diing Reness.
The Salisbutry, odges,'fomi South' Scas, atm a
Den! 14-th..
Tic 1'uscan, Stavem's Zephyr, Stavers ; itdEarl
of Morley, Stav-m', frtom London for Southi Seasar.
at P .. .,.. i 13th.
A, I i' May 23, Bolina. of Belfast, ju st ar.
.capt sick ; Two Brothers, Mt. Desert, disetitrging ;
I. ulo r, for Netwbern. few clays ;,-, Gordon,une.
Brilg John-Smith, for Bristol, (R' i.) sailed from
Trinidad 22d ult.
-,: i'; -.',:I,, for Cronstadt. sailed from
I ..... i ,I, -
Brig IT.-. .T .. of Salcm, from Charleston,
li ts a i'i'. I .1 '; I
At St. Ubes, 43 days siuce, brigs Eunice, Wallis,
fmr this port, 3 Margaret, Smith, Duxbury, 4.
P Tn 1. r ,-.f Providence, 11 days fromA Ma-
tr ". ,l: f..", has been spoke ii Block Isl-
and Channel.
D.. Cvprus,hence for Malta, was spoken 5th inst-
St 1 ', Ion. 49.
Schlis. Mary Jane, of Salem, tand Jublilee. of Dux-
hliry, from t is s porri. t'r"- r 'p-;.,i' off Halifax, 13th.
Ship Superior, :,.--. P,.: i.. ,,..: was spoken 18th
inst. off Montaug.
Ship Euplhrates, 24, days from Liverpool for New
YeIl ... -. Il l h inst. lat. 43, 25, Ion. 53.
I. ClI, i '] 35 d--',- t','om this port, wVas.
spoken March 30, lat. 00, i' N i.n.'22.
The Freedom, of Harw-ich, nearly full offish,
was spoken 20th inst. off Cape Sables.
BrigLeo, of N. ,I., us f, .min Pristol for this
port, was seen 1 i -'. ,, I ", -ii .,, -

Up at N. Orleans, May v24, ship Ncptunc, Place,
f ,i *' f.; l.. l .,_ I.. *.,, \\ o-i l ,- l .,..,-'-, P ] .. le;n ce -
[ I M .-,',, t ,i ,i I V i r'' ,, .,ill, i "1.: j :,. 1 I, I -lhr :
.l I .... ", :hlisi'l t'Iiu. i,, P. ,i i1 .f M at-
S 1 1 ,' ... ; i.,,-,,.., l. i .. t .. i ".'S ale m )
"Bren. -I.. -.I i;p Ariadne, for Hambhurg ;
brig Pn..-,,.i '...,,1.. ,-r ft. or ch.; sch. Harriet-
New. 11 1:.,- N -.,i. -II. Baltimore, 29th, (40 more
bales of cotton wanted.) The Thlios. Wilson was to
l ,l i l ,. in" full.
A, .r it.: ...., 24th, ship Alliance, Rider ; brig
'AT P', att. (27 days to thie Balize,, front Boston);
I. \ i EmeTineii At quar. brig Ann Maria,
Patten, ofBath. fromPort-au Prince.
Snile d from 1. ,i. -.. ,i i. I| ... .:,fSalem. 18th,
Appiuvani, ofide _,,I. o ,, .' *, oftPorismouth-.
Bui'" Rubicon, Thaymr, for N. YorK and Boston,
up uat Mobile, Maiy 22.
Ship Connmmerce, Pet'rson, of this north, for Ports-
mouth, cl. at Savannah llth inst. 'The sloop Eph-
raim, at do. has spruncg her main-bhoom, split her
manlin-sail, and is in want of cordage.
Ship Franklin, Riley, of Portsmouth, for Liver-
pool, el.at Savannah IMth.
Ulp. sloop Olive Branch, IlHawives, for Newport aind
New Bedfmord, 17th.
Art-. at Charleston, 14-l, schi. Indnustr', Craryv, N.
Orleans. 21 -, -Balize 18. Cleared, ship Friendsh,
Choate,Grcenoek ; Swedish selh. Perlin, IHavre.
Sailed, shi[iGeorge Loig ,land lbrig Speedwiell.
Seh1. Franklin, Bates, of Cohasset i for Corlk, was
nearly ready for sea, atOecracotck,9th. Seh. Finamn-
cier, of Yarmnonth, for Halifax, sailed day before.
Ar at Newbern, sehs. Columbia, R. Island ; Cyn-
thia, Nvy. of Sandwich, from N. Yoik.
TheI ChIarottc.ofPortsmouth, has ar. atCiiy Point.
Sailed from Alexaindria, 19th, brig ..-'. I .,.,,
'. Indies sells. Packet, Howes, .--I t:-.' f,,',,
Halifax ; Moses, Benson, Boston ; Ro-c in Bloom,
Chidw'ick, Providencc ; sloop Regulator, Sole, do.
The Peacoek S i wasof'. ','-', P-ii, hbd. up.
Ar. at Bait. 19!1i, ship Clara. i ..... ., ballast ;
schs. Gen. Jackson, tlalletantd C l ; .1 s.i r-i l.-.'
Boston. Cleared, ship Led;n, I '-.' ...-...' .,
brig Gleaner, N. Yarmouth ; sell. Baltimore, Salem
A 20lth, cutter Flying Fi'h, Cipe Haytien, 7.
Cleared, brig Barzillien, Pote, Boston ; s lls. P'a-
cific, Liewis, do. ; Franklin, Paddock, Nantucket ;
Pactolus, Nickerson, Clturleston ; Commerce, do. ;
sloop Good Hopoe. Wing, Savannah.
Ar. 21st, sch. ''ravelw, IHawers, Boston.
Cleared at Philad. 20rh, Lbrig Superior, Portland ;
sch. Planet, Sawyur, of dso.foF Bermudi .
Au. at Phtilad. 21't, brig Belviderc, Laimson, (of
Beverly) Bordeaux, 74, viii Theoeason. C1. Dutch
ship Alexander, Amsterdam;i s ch. William, Johus-
son, Boston.
Below, ship .innc, f,'oi B'lfast, Ireland.
Ar. at N. York. 21st, shipi Virginia, H]-illhna, (of
N. Bedford) St. Uimes, 38 ; brig Marcareml, Lisllust
50 ; Br. rigs Trafssgar, Lciih, s5- C' .-II l, '*' w-
eas le, 5O ; sloops M echan ic and .'I ..im 't h .., --
Cl. si-i. Hunter, Sears, of Barnslsiste, f-r HIalifas:.
Slhipislmporter and Mutihatiin got to sea sume diaty ;S
also, hmrig Minerva. Up, sh,. James Monroe, lbi-"
Bermuilut, 27th.
Ar. 22d, ship Debby he El;i7a, Ahi.tn,St. Ulies,1.2 *I
brig Pers-u veren'c, Bovce, Gitrahar, 35 ; sii. Blet-
sei Aie, Etlmt-rtu, 11 ; sloops illXiami Fee'nantui.m
(oe'FaIUsiuuuit, Mhs.) Bermuda, via Nor'oi'fol- ; ienm'v,
Delano, (of Rochester) PhvnouthI. N.C l seih-.C:io-
limne. Tylier, Frakftrt ; Charlotte 'Farquhar, Baker,.
(of Yartnousth) Bristol.
Cleared, ship Cincinnattu%, Champlin, London t
brig Shepherdess, Stor'c. Gibraltar ; sl, is.I linicif,
Portau s 'u'nne ; Pallndiumn, humlehester. Up, 2.d,.
brig Edw. &.Mar' | ... ... ...(-"- .,........ if.. i'-:. ,,le'i-
hit-'n e at-i i. i o.. 1 ef
soul. tuesut th:i 3S'; Ie It s 1 -Ir u .' 5'' I I- tot'
Ilalifax ; Betse., !pear, o'Th'oiastoun, for St. Ma-
ry's, same dav ; stoop Salueim. Boston, do.
" Ar. at N. I-Iven h Isti, schl. Albiuis, Boston,.--
Sailed. 20tlh,sl.-,oI| lutspurFreucht maasBay. 22d,
sell. Albiot, N. York.
SrIh. Trio, Dunbairir, 20 days fruos Pt. Pctre, lias
ar at C -', -. -' .. in- ,'. Po-visictown, amd Lou-
isa, Bit ,. ,i I.. ,
Ci-ased at hasll,sihip Ri solution, I'Icddca,, Ma'-
tiuique ; brins Ori'in, Johinsont, do. ; .ieuine, Lewi's,.
,und rP.iiubler, Holeii's, Havana ; Britannlu Mus x-

well, (of hia port) do. Bowdloin, Barto, (ofh Rhod e
Island) Maranzas; Mar. t. SaraLl, Foote, Berniud i,-
Ar. at Keunnebuniki. brigs IFavoritc, D)util, Port
au Price ; Atia', V. lkcr, Hav auna, ballast.
Ar. at Portslsu utih, '21st, sch. Flower, of Gsloces-
ter, from N York. Cl. -O0tlh, such. Halurriut, Ama-
zeeu, Cape Ilaytien.
Atr. at -' *, 'ibarque Marv, St. Thoumas.
Ar. at ., i, schl. MaIa, kelly, Trin-
didad, 25, fcr Brisiol. Cleared ait Ii. brigsv Lydi.i "
?,Ir>retsl UrcatSee mueiuama ; 1-!a'y;e!iis,,I,Ha-:o.;,..

at- TA'v -iemoaed to NX,. ;a0, BroIa-str'ct.
a. is:5exp. June 21
j Ic-E.
.'W)fIPOSAr.S .v'i!!l et reT-sIC Dtly (he .aihncri-
-_ vire ati, l t.le Itla a'.f 5tav aa;,:' .'for hsliding a
'i ilP 1 :{OTSE,, a;d SISPl nor 'V Vb at the Navy
Y.i'si near Foi tmoutlh, N. Th:i enattractor to
find aUl iaiw riaI la
Any prr-mvi -ish "ii a ornet, can receive in-
foaatition rt hiive to thei si-.e, plmn and materials s*f
'let itose ; an;l construction, materials, &c. for the
slip. by personal acpli'auion to
E. G. PARROTT, Navy Agent.
Porltmonlh, Juie 16, 21. [J. 2G]
" 71 i II. Subscriber rcspeclfullv eirces notice. that
i..i the accomanodation of his Ftiends and
tlhe Public. lie intends to keep a good supply of
_STRAWBE RRIES and othar fruit in their seaso-,
at tle a.'N.a-cot hatl'a, wher- his accommodations
f,, D,'' K. ,ding and other Parties, are now
i, .. .. r i w a' t fiev have herctiafore heen,
.. i. built additi onal Alleys in the grove
I,, t 1 i .i. ith an Aw'ning over them, which
iiaake1s it more plec'ant for Recreation or R'efresh-
ment, aud where, when desired, the ,'"able can be
spread ... -
te would particdailav invite Committees of
a.'ir Soaiedaes ai d olier Parties ato call and exan-
inc forthenisclves. J TUTTILE.
.une 26.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Massachusetts So-
+. city for promoting Chilistian Knowledge,
will be biolde-i at thle Vestry of the Old South
Cnrieh, in Boston, nejar Cuinmints & Iilliard's
lBoIitore, on MVIONDAY. the 2d day of July next,
a 1II o'clock, A. M.
Jase 22. A. HOLMES, Vice Pres't.
IIOSE persons weho lhavo RtEAmovNI), DISSOt.V-
.El) DcoPaRTaiurnstiIp, or oiFORIMED NiW Coi-
I P ITSEil-ItlPS, since thile lstofMay., are respect-
I ally requested to send. il their names uIMnEDIAa'rTe-
,',i in order toa 'a li. i inserted in thie BOSTON
DIRECTORY ma at. a'. Irtiu' places.
WVe would also remind. those s.. .. :...
this opportunity f i ,1 : I. i .i *
renu' ain op n laor'tI.. i . ,.'.l the Sltlhi inst. and
will be thankfully received by C. STIMPSON, .1r.
8l0, State-street, or J. I. A. ;I, 3, Spear's
Buildings, opposite thelT. S. Branch Bank, Con-
g ress-street. 2sp)is. .une 26.
History of the United States.
HE second ediiont of this valuable work, for
tie use ofSchools and r,,,;l:. :- citizens
of Massachusetts-is now i ..' I ar -. .,. I will be
published by the Subscriber in a few days. 'The
corrections and improvements, with thle addition of
('i;l I i- adapted to the H-istory, will, it is
confidently believed,mieetlthe approbation ofpairnis
and instructors,.
The first edition of 2000 was'nearly exhausted iin
S 0 I ,.. ,. I locationon. The proprietor trusts
lie -1. .11 I .1.1 1ilis season, to answer all, orders
for the improved edition, the price of '.wlichi will
not le enhanced. Full bound and lettered. 7,50
doz. 75 ets. single. The usual discount to the trade.
Orders respectfully solicited.
Keene, N. 11. .7e 21, li21
IN great mfoCe enaery night, and the only effect-
ual reined l or those disareeable insects, thlie'
Bugs, is JONE -' BUG WATER, to he had of the
Proprietor, 75, ft ... .... i f ,. ;ig BoylIston IHall.
Hundreds of fi,.. ,r ,. i n..-i, and its vicinity
lave felt /the ood eGtcrs of it. One bottle is sil'-
ficient for 1or 10 Btdsteadhs.-Price ,1.
Juaane 26,. 6t.

Clapp's Patent Pump, Elevating Ague-
duct, or -Water Condutlor."
1HE Subscribers, respectfully inform theIir
.. friends and the public, '. .' i ', .. -, i.
gent inquiry of persons (of thi.: -I .. a I ."..
who have hiad the above named Pumps or Machines
in operation from 4 to 9 years, and finding they tll
agreec s t it he thrt putp they knuw of, or have
ever spn. nal "-ltb lho, nin pr possussiolls,
aon, ai.- .. iad. ,. a, i induced to
ro *..: rn ... ...... ..T' i .. :.. : ... of Suflolk,
sorfolk, Middlesex, Essex, Barnstable, Nantucket
mid Dukes County, with the raiht- ,r re in-'
.- r .. .':ts in any other coutalty' ,' a ..
<'1 '.It .-h-a-I' .' not now disposed ,- 'this
ualir nantice, that they ar ready to erect the above
iaaamed Pumnls.withi tl e State of'Massaclhsetts, at
short notice ; 'he peculiar advantages of which,
are, they possess a;l the requisites of a common
sackiag pump, and with the simple process of stop-
ping dhepout, or outlet, and inserting a hose wlth a
upipe attached to it i tthe trop of the pump, water may
bln thrown nifty feet erpcendicular, almost icstanta-
neously,l by thle power of I another
advainftage is, water m ay b( : a i. a- rivts or
prilc an aty plaice, however elevated, for tavelrnes,
I .. a ,,. houses, ec. especiallyy where bahis are
auased) it must he v6ry desirable,ias with a trilling ex-
pense water may be driven to a nv particular,; or
'V'er'y room, and till by araSocess of c11loon p1tnUMP-
ing. Theplan throughout is so economical that it
cannot fail to pease all who try thle expel intent.-
Ve a--e recently erected a pinp oin thei alove
h-lan for Mr. Eaoch Patterson, at his tavern in Elul,-
staret, where il natv ibe sen in opel'ation ; another
a. erected at the U. S. Navy-Vard. Charlestown,
lass. Any person wishing' one, or h ,;.. i of
nanking one or nore, or vho may be t .. a i to
purchase tite i patent right for either of thle above
named cointics, Suffolk and. Norfolk exceipted,
.- .i ,., i, =.,i .- ;i .. Iio ha e de puata l
L rl i I ,. ... for a nmu ier of
S i ..- .. .. services to make the a-
hove described Pumps, or Pumps on alny other
knownior given plan, in wood, iron ori' lead, as may'
best suit their respect ve employers. 1,
Pomp and Block Makers, No. 17;Fish-strcal.
N. B.-A good supply of seasoned BLOCKS, al-
ways on hand, and fLIGNUMVIT-2, by wholesale
or retail, for sale as ahove. June 26.

HEIRTY-TIIHREE Shares in Ihe State Bank,
change on '; ..-i.. do bhv
(/Iil !'t.i- 1; DEAN,
Who continue to buyi and sell Foreign and Inland
Bills of Exchange, Promissory Nocte, &e. &c. and
solicit orders.
E'A preaiumi given for Dollars by G. ?t D.-
)Doubloons bought and sold at the market price.-
Bank Bills exchanged at faiir rates. TJune 26.
WO very neat and c nv eniet Teeenmnts on
J.+ Saai o-Hill. Chiarhcstow'--rcut 75 and 0tlatt
Also, for sale, a geuteel hartem stori l 'i. ...
holauss, on liberal terms of payment. uInquir of 0.
IlOLD)EN. June 26.0
riTO SELL OR LET---The Lime
Groae Place al ;.' formerltav ,ocnrraa
by Mr. Ki app, anid no Durivage, i.
aold or let-posessioaln given immediatvely. Inqut ire
ofSWETT & HAMMOND, No. 8, Central-street,
BIston. last stn June 26.
7pO ET-Part of a Brick House near
tSouth-stree- -.- ,; of a Parlour, Kiachan,
tt-o CIhamiers, \' I- .. ., halfofa Cellar, and
i'ater ,any' ; beig very convenient for a snaall
family. Ioaufire at the Palladiumn-ofice. J. 26.
^. DARK red Cow, with horis turned inwards,
;ainat three years old : she strased ata-y on
the' 23d inst. 'a'hoever will reliurni sail Coa, or
paive' "ifoatiaienas' of hier to PETER FR'EE.,AN
at tle heaid o Hancock's-wiaarf, shall be saiably
r'awnrded. June 26.
SOST, last Sunday Evening, between
e:he Rev. SMr. Sharp's Meetine-Ilouse and
J'ark-street. a Black Silk Lace. SHADE or VEIL.
\ hooserlias fomud it, andawii Ibe so good as so
leave it at the Palladium-Office, shall be suitably
reward:-d. June 26.
S/2R .LYT AI /., .WNTED.

' ANTED,a SerNvant LMan todo lthe usual work
V iu, a 'amaily, and who is capable of driving
n pair of Horses. "Apply at the Pallaldium-Oilice.
June S2;.
r's./ \\ 'I'D, int a Store, a LAD, about
*' i 0 yeass ol who is' ,uitablyv qui'liiied.aond
<'an be well recomtn-ided. Inquire at the P:Il!a-
duim-Oaic.e. June 26.

,0J.l The'brie ALEXANDER, 141 tone,
.--''. lo'v l'deck, in good order, and may be fit-
:,---. a t-o a s ..- e.. anyv part of the
au,'islaai "triflin'a expe.. '-, to0 McLELLAN
t CHADWICKRNo. 10, Central-wharf.
Jlne '26.
'ANDINGf ronm bri- : -..,,,,1.i.'. '
K_ .5 hhds. heavy ; ..., ai
Fr:mn sechr. Mary vL Naucy,
65 puncheons prime St. Croix Rom..
TFrom sch. Cent,
200 bills. superfine hack country Flour;
For -ale by ADAIMS & AMORY, No. 3's, India-
Thae brig SUJSANNAH-MARY, 167
..,' ftostilsrthen, low deck, 4 vears old. we!l
_-:_-- found, and can be fitted for sea at a tri-
flins expense. Apply as above. June 26.
X AVE for sale. landing from brig Richmniond,
330 bbls. Richmond fine Flour,
200 do. do. iniddling,
100 do. do. do.
June 26. 3sp
SA ( POUNDS Havana Green COFFEE,
14-00. itlerd to debenture. Just received
and for sale by PICKMAN, ROGERS I& CO. No.
24., ludia-wharr. June 26.
BUSHELS prime Yellow CORN,
2' 55 on board schr. Rachel-for sale at
.. -,, a. ,,," il : .' i' ii a,- : J. 26,
\ l'!;LL i' A ii.!t ."iN, Jun. & CO.
6000 prime Mogadore Goat Skinse,
30 casks best DutchT I... 'I t:.t,
200 hblD. ground Camwood. Jnte 26.
T : J-'No. 32, India-street,'
P_ .'' I Oi; t LE,
-.'. ai,. 1 a n,,.I and Virginia Tobacco,
60 .: .... i ,,.j do.
50 bales Alabama Cotton, ,
65 puncheons St. Croix Rum, ? entitled to de-
100 : casks dr ?1.,1 i Wine, ) bcnture.
10 casks Pain. -',,
500 bills. -No. I and 2'Rosin,
Southern Pitch Pine Lumber. June 26.
-- No. 30, [ndia-street,
Lisbon Wine ; N. Orleains Cotton,
Kentucky Tobacco,
Old Coffee in barrels and bags,
Rio Negro Cocoa ; Surinama do.
Caut Nails assorted, -4d. to 20d.; Hyson TeIa,
NNntia Skills; Russia Sailcloth,
Chinlese Vermillions ; Oil of Annis,
Do. of Orange :.... .P1.I..
Frencht Sahad Oil ... I -
Bealing W'ax; Cigars ; Tutenag, .c. I-.
J6ine 26.
.\ .: lAt Lii.\ '.
F OR sale, 13,000 North Carolina red oak Hogs-
hI ad Staves-which may, be delivered along
side of anv vessel, if applied for within two dnys:--
Apply to JOHN TRENCH, on hoard sloop Friend-
ship, at Lloyd's-wharf, or Mr. SAMUEL ,ABBOT,
Son said wvharf. tne J 26.
.','i.a TT1 '. Havana MOLASSES, just
'.,Pt t i ...1. for sale by THOMAS & E)D-
i. ,1 t* .'.1* -i i I \ ,No. 38, India-street. J. 26.
OSIAH BRADLEE & kCO. No. 29, India-street,
i., i, .- .,.. .:- .. i.. for sa le,

RU_ --- s IN '..
P RIME St. CroixtRUM-Lisbon, Ci, ,.-,.. ,
an- d Old Medoc Claret VWINE-for sale by
A ADA'MS & AMORY, No. 33, India-whiarf. J 2(.
J OHNAYERS, No. 30, I...... ,, has for
Ssale, landing faom school,, \. .. i
.10 iltds. nprime lotg leaf James River Tobacco.
iTui c 26.
SAKER 8 t ai,.i~, No. 30, India-street,
ji have for' sale, the cargo of sechr. Rogulus,
fromt Mars.eilles, consisting ofa
2i0 casks Claret Wine, -)
200 cases do. do. entitled totde-
3341 baskets and Ihath baskets beintre,
fresh Saillad Oil,
Jtulne 26. elis h .
u TOBACCO, &c.
T". \,,L.'-, STEVENS, No. 24, Ceatral-w f.
t I*.. '. .ale, landing from blig Richmoid

800 kegs M iiafactered Tobacco. consistina ofD.
Barclav's c irooed brand,. 10. anAl 12-S.,'ones'
crooked-B. I. Harmts' No. 1, 2 and 3-Mackae It
Smith's wholeand half kegs, all which will be sold
Oit very *''"naic' 'to ei'nns. -lIN S-oRE--
1500 "I i. "z ...... a ', and i,,; i .i i i a I... ,
100 Zeroons Soutlh American allow,
50 b oxess L. na p i :,.
15 hilids. a ',,,a, aandl
'10 balesCottos. aJune 26.
ANI-' ',. i.....- I .: Alexander, and for Sale
by ay i .i.i '. _-. CHADWICK, No. 40,
S185 hlids. prime Martinique MOLAS-
SES. suitable for retailing. h June 26.
ICHARD D. TUCKER &I CO. have for sale,
aaL now landing from abrigi Harriet &. L",oy,
68 hhlds. of'Maitiniqtue MO1 \'.-'I -.
CLARET WINE, in Casks.
..OR sale by E. COPELAND, Jr. 69, Broad-
sar'eet. 1. June 26.
B BALES of English SEINE TWINE, landita
S.,, I .. Despatehl, andaforrsaleabv JOSIATi
i I ait' i" 4C0.,No.29,1ndia-strcet: June 26.
O F a superior qnalilv, for sale at No. 69, Broad-
street, by E. COPFLAND, Jr.
WANTED-Potasihes and Old Sheathing Cop-
per. a June 26.
F 1T-'V bbls. 2d. sort, fior sale by E. COPE-
.-; 1 '"). -Jr. 69, Ba"onui-street.
VI ...i .. a to 3000 Ibs. Old ('opier, & 2 to 10 tons
CtCrude Biaistone. tJauae 23.
Exchange on London and Doubloons.
BILL on London for 150 stg. at 60 *v;.t-htit
-. a -and 4-- Doubloons-for sale by ',i '
THAXTER, No. 27, Long-wharf. J.ne- 25.

ILES LODGE. No. 43, Broad-street, has just
received by ihe late arrivals, and oliea's for sale,
24 cases l .,a .: Copper, 20 to 30 oz.
12 c5'a ,,a ti.iatht do. 22 to 23 02.
50 r-.'. ., Lead, 3 lo 6 b.
12 casks dry White Leadi,
G6 casks Red Lead,
50 LIl I a i r s,,-I sliCop eras,
12 c 1.1- .: h.-i I 1.', C. ard-Vire, assorted, Nos.
28 to 33,
Lead Pipes. suitable fot Aqueducts, all sizes.
April 13. i
LAKE & JACKSON, at their 3ANtFAToay,
in aW a...I ro, ...... i- ... -t at eir Store.,
No. 4, Patrknans Butdings, keep constantly' on
hand fort sale, for cash or apprIoved credit-Mou d
amnia ipti CANDLES, of the differentsizes. Also,
wi it', ye allow and brown SOAP, of vai cous quahli-
tacs. lav6is. June 12.

l PIECES NANEENS,just received
J by THOMAS TARBELL. 3wepiis May 22

SA1VE received a further supply of sixty packa-
Sges of Seasonable GOODS, by the Herald
froim Liverpool. cis6w. May 8.

Venetian, and B1russells Kiddermintster
Ccar. d'ing.
ISAAC SCHOLFIELD, No. I24, Kitby-street,
i i' '-T- ,,. *i l'- w hales of Br-usselis. Ve4ie-
tian ,stt us 'JJ I a a. r Carpetinig,new and elegant
Also, Ageneral-aasortment of Cloths, per bale or
piece;' Queen's Clothl; Bombhazeuts; Fil.rentiies,
&c. lawistf. J;ne 26.
H AE A,. 32,1,:d'ia-street,
10 cases black fringed 4-4 Edkfs.
2 do. Sarsnets ; 3 do. Levantines, double chain,
5. do. Florentines; 4 do. and colored swingss.
I do. colored Concans, Entitled to Debenture.
June 26.
BI ABER & HODGES, have for sale, at No. 30,
India-street, landing from sloop Industry,
14 tons IRON, a part of which.is fagcot. .T 126.
80 lf SHEEP Skins-140 Russia Calf Skins,
8 W for trunks,.
19 do.en red; fellow and brown Lining Skins-
for sale at No. 6, Dock-Square, by
June 26. GEO. DOMETT:

T IlE Copartuership heruetofore existing -.'",,i'o
'tue firm ol THACHER It HAGGENS, late
of Plymoutl, N. C. is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. HENRY S. TEACHER,
Boston, June 23, I. I J 26.
B C. ADAMS &5 CO. have received by thel
-. | i 'rald. ijust arrived, at father supply
of .I'.N,.i.-II AND IRISH GOODS; which,
t ,,.. with the residue of iose received by the
' a BRasselas, London Packet and Falcon, are
fsr -'lar. sit Na 17. Kihtasv-' -pot. UTp Stai's.

I' \LI I...E r1 II \T<.
-'ClTIN RORDMAN, No. 56, Cornhill., hlias just
e .,,* .. ., a large assortment ofPalm Leaf Hats,
some very fine, with extra largo rims,'which ivll be
sold as low as can be purchased in Bostout
June 19. ep2wis.

R ECEIVED by the Herald, and purchased ar
a... ; -..-, ..... ,-ti~., in part of,
Knives ,a, i F...,I BUTTONS,
Peri and two bladed Chest, Trunk. Pad and
KNIVES, other I.'1. '-i. ,
C.,a. .- ; ". :. Butt, Table, Desk and
r: ., -[,. a,, ::, Chest HINGES,
*Shoe Knives-Files, Wood Screws,
Cast Steel ribbed Sic- DoorT-1-, S
kles,and other desrip- Awl h.i .I,. and Shoe
tions of CUTLERY, TACKS,
Sheep Shi'ars,
And such other articles as are usually wanted by
country dealers.
A few cases BUNDLE and BOX PINS, at less
than cost of im.paorta't ti.
WINDOW GLASS, at less t '-,, ..
Fcri,- ---. ADAMS.L r,-I'-t" r ,r
0f ,- 6pis. No. 24, State-street.

T '.Mr FITT T,LERTON, No. 7, D. Spear's-wlif.
a i. a.- .- anow lndiag,
250 casks Cut Nails and Brads, from 3d. to 50d.
10 tons 3d. and 4d. Iron Hoops, from Riussia I-
S ron,
15 tons Hollow Warte, fi-om Warcham factory,
An invoice of Ciut Tacks, assorted.
IHouse and Sand -I.. .i... Pa'per-Steel
Shovels---Warranted Anchors, a!l sizes--
Cast Steel Axes-Iron Weights, &c. b&c.
L, a -- P ..at said whaaf,
70 II. i ... a ... 51',, ,.i.,. M ol]'sses.
June 19. is3sp.
PAPER .li \. ,iN :.
TAMES H. FOSTER, No. 59, Marlboro'-street,
,* corner of Summer-strect, has received by the
Galaxy, from Havre.
'1,:,.LI:-' .-l ,'. ,t a PA. PIEI.R .IA N1-,t;['% ,
oft i. i .I ,.i .... a I .i ... ..1 patterns, consist-
ig a .. .. .. a a tl a id ltborders,.
plain satin grounds,.. 11. : ...1.. 1 ".. 1 ... pet-
terns entirely new ; C is... i. ... I '.. ,-,. with
a large assortment (.i ......... ... rs and Borders
ALSO-Vicwofll.. '*.i 'I very elegant
Paper in colours ; ..i ( i... .Festival; A
Scene in Peru, &c. bc.
A :. h .1 assortment of Amrian Paericn Paps.
.'t., l tfis.
E DWARD PAGE. No. 80, Middle-street, cor
der of Mill Potd-street, las received per
ship Canioia, a supplv of Edge and CC Plates,Twif-
lers and Miiffins-CC Chambers, Jugs, si...' '-
& ,c. wlich with i,- st .il. l -..:i t....p ;'a.'a.. ,a-
-cral assortment 1.1t -i. a t ... 5 1 -,
a .A %.; l... 1.1 .:., I. most reasonable tera-ms, for
I..... i- '' epGwis. June 12.

-TrA. T'V r,'PTtP.UD and sold by JUSTUS
h1l) i E an ',. 47, Cornhlill, Boston, and
1 .'Vil *i FEIT "'. ... State-street. Also,
Silver and a ... -- -.-.1 Silver, and Copper
1Vanted as above-Gold Bullion and Dust.
June 12. 2mis.


TAMES DYER, opposite the Old South, up the
Je Court, manufactures Morocco, Miniature,
WYatch, Spectacle, Opera and Thermometer Cases,
ofroverv description-fancy Workl. Rinaa and Jewel-
rv Boxes-Baclkgammon Boards-Pocket Books--
Port Folios made and repaired in a neat manner.
The above work. for neatness and durability; has
stood the test cof this town for several years, and is
offered to the public as low (and some lower) than
can Je impo rted.
N. B.-All orders left with Mr. John Pierce, Op-
tician, No I ,11 .. .,.:,'-street, will he strictly at-
tended to, a-s i ,. il acknowledged.
Wanttled, two Aiprentices, to whoat good encour-
.......i will be agivea.
I: t i' TO LET.-Apply as above.
June 12. epistf.

AUCTION BOOKS-Double Prices.

SENTLEMEN whio have Books, (new er o'l)
purchased bt{ auction, or ollherwise, and
which arce not wanted lhy thliem, arc ; -i a'.il re-
muinded that they can have on many isa at ..." and
perhaps on all) an advance of 100 per cent. on Auc-
tion cost, by e.cianging then for others ia ore a-
guecaale, at the .
Exchange Book-Store, No. 77,. State-st.
where they can select the most valuable Books in
the greatest Book Collection in Boston-any or all
of which would be (as usual) sold or exchanged at
prices far ealow any others in town or country.
The Subseriber tetnders to the Patrons of the
above store, grateful acknowledgments for the past,
and, assures them that ., ,. .. 1.1 .. .. ;
continues to be madti 1 ii""':[ Ia ... i, In --i .
interest-and h ,
JTune 15. 4pl. J. BUMSTEAD.
T lHE Subscribers have formed a connexion in
business, under the firmn ofC. &I A. THORN-
DIKE, and have taken store No. 53, Central-wharf,
where they ofuer for sale,
15 pipes of Brandy, (Outa'rd's brand,)
83 cases of Gum Shellac,
1- d. do. Gum Arabic,
7S91 Ibags Still PtrcP s r
20 ha!es Calcutta Goods, suitable for the Med-
iterranean and Southl Anmerican markets,
600 bbls. Baltimore superfine Hosyard-st. Flour,
35 tons New Sable Iron,
6 do.-Olddo. do.
15 quarter casks Old-Gincrrv Wine.
J.te- 5. iscap 4w.

D R.T.W. PARSONS, Denisit, has removed
to No. 17, V iitr-street, 3d house from tle
corner of Marlboro'-strect, where lie will attend to
the dutiesof lis profession.
Dr. P. secures Artificial Teeth, either singly or
in whole sets,. in such a manraer as to be un, I dura-
ble and useful, and which are adapted to the Gums
in such a way as to be worn with perfect ea.-e.
June 15. 3tis3os.

S r _.T -' i,:. .'' T .ZRr.i VT fE.' ,

dInHE increased PatsnEage "of this fashionablil
- .f 'i"'d '-'," i ''a',-"';a,'. Establishitent, h.as il-
duced a. ." .- a., .'.. i, ,. wide a Band of M isic
to '. .ls, Performnances on
th 1 : .... i.'.- ,,.: -f .',: b c. as nsual.

rp r r P. blic is ,-. ii'. informed, that the
S '.. Picture, Till. LIaYVER P.- I i ."
painted by Col. S.AR EST-. is ready or public view -
at Mr. D. L. Br.ow'v's Rooms, &o. 12. Cornhill-
S q u O i '' .. ', ,r, ,a ... ...s.. ..... ,, '
eAL l!, Mt,
L I. I, T i .11
LIVE ALLIGATOR, just arrived from Sa-
A. r'nti -,l --n i te "l ittl
over t e !. ,i- ib '', i,-st 0 .
A< Y person disposed to paint Fanuecil Hall, will
make application at ite Slectinen's Room, in
writing, any little previous to the 10th day of July
next. TiTe" la bor and materials must be of the
best quality. Further particulars may be learned by

] It.. ._ I I i \'li i ,
S -1. 1I I' l hi'. a r. 1 'it i
S' Subscriber has beev duly alF;ointdd Admin-
istrator with the Will annexed, on the Estate of
JAML- \rill\Frni.
late of Boston, in thl. '.,,.... .,a '. M ariner,
deceased, anml has l. ,, .I.t-i lI.. -.,.ia bhat trust,
by giving bonds as the law directs. Anid all persons
havinlag demands upon te Estate of tle said .fAIES
ARHtART, are reqnLired to exhibitthe same : and all
pa'e-,.-a' indebtelt to the said Estate, are called upon
i, .. r ".
.,,, '1t ,)OREra,,adminislrator.with the
June 25. Will arns-'ed. $
-tl F'.' i LJ 1 1 li -.. 1 ',. *. 1. hit ilie
': .. .i, I I -, I,, ,l,,. i ,. ,I r ..U -
tor of thte last V aill and1 testament of
late of Boston, in the County of l.. it.. deceased,
and lhasi taken uponhimself I-ira I... I by giv-
,,. bonds as the law directs. \ 1 .il persons
It ;.: ... ,,,,,,.I. a,..-t lthe Estate of the said W I',.
"i. '.' I' r, ... .. aired to exhibit the same ;
and all persons indebted '.. ,:... 1' I r ,'. are call-
ed upon to ] i ". ti o
Juan Si .a :.. t PI.-fp'ft P Pw,aa.sa
\T ,-_T II, : ; .- ,. 'av 'li,,,r ,
--' Subscriber has been duly appointed Admin-
istrator of the Goods and Estate of
late of Boston, in the 'F'junty of Sifolk,Tailor, de-
ceased, and has taken upon lhalself that trust, by
giving onds,.as the law directs. And all persons hav-
.: l'. stands upon the Estain of the said Ebenezer
I i, .... -. 10 exhibit the same ; and all
persons .i...I .11 I,,.. said Estate, are called upon
to make pavymint to
S. F. M'CLEARY, Administrator.
Boston, April 16, 1821. J 26.
TUST. rca'ived and for sale at No. 68, State-
S street, al assortment of three coid sewing Cot-
ton, done up ii a neat f. I. .ailintg-No's 26
to 180. i i.iM \a 1 TARBELL.
May 15. epis3w.
rc revived by the recent arrivals from
t .'land, an extensive supply of SEASONA,.
j t'. I ODS1. rALrSO FOt AvRE-
S. r tFRENCH GOODS. 12pis Ap. 10.
a 01)5.-- a



:THIS DAY, at TW1 LVE o'clock,
S. South side of INDIA-.VtILIRF,
-where she now lies-wi in ae sold at aitctiona-
'43 The coppered ship VOLUNTEER,
lbairt e'l'226 tots, as sihe arrived from
G a-_ t~,~- t lto. This vessel was faitlhfully built,
of good materials, a a ...i. ', in 1115, under
i- 11 a,',; .- 3- .. ,, .... a. 1 purehab cd hear
.",, a, ,, i ,,Id callan now be sent to sea at a sitall
''i "' 1a>. sale will le absolute, to close a
concern. Her iinventory may be seen at No. 37,
ludia-wiharf, where any flurlt1her information re-
specting the vessel will be given.'
TO-MORROW, at 9 o'clock,
AT OaFsicr.-A.o. 20, I .
A variety of fresh Cotton ai \ ,'a, .i, a
Piece Good-, viz :-Staperfil e and middling black
andt blue Cloths-Do. Cassileres, bltacl, blue,
drabs, and mixturcs-Drab, blue and scarlet Cas-
sia'ire Shawls-White c(;ilored Flannels-Steam
loom Shirtings-4-4. and 6-4 Cambriclks-Prints--
Furniture-.laconet, Leno and Book Muslins-
V. a.. :- Jeans, &c. *Lc.
\1 -II-Three cases superfine Needles.
LIKEWISE-1 caie black Italian Crapes-1
do. Gentlemen's Summer liats.


TO-MORROW, at 9 o'clock,
AT OFtict.-'o. 4, Congress-street,
-without reserve-
As large a lot of House Furniture, as
ever V;as offered in Bosto, viz :-14. Down live
Geese and common Feathert *1---i... -..i ---
hair cloth Sofas-1 common do.--4 large Mattrasses
-4. single do.-11 Secretaries and Book Cases-5
Bureaus-11 Pembroke Tables-2 LadicsWork Ta-
bles, with ..-a--. common do.--Light Stands--
ash .1., --- ;r. _; ', :. -1 Fountain---Knife
Case,---..i. I *l1 I... 1 Boston ade Clhairs
-(t a .1, I pitent Timepieces-1 Em,.ssels Car-
pet-common do.-Knife Cases-Knives and Forks
-Ladl6s, kc.-2 clegant Gold Watches, with Gold
Chains. &L.-1 elegant. Ducking Gun-7 common
tlo.-2 Counterpanes-4 Cott Bedsteads-1 cask
Lead Pots-I Piano Forte-1 Guitar-1 Violin-1.
Pollock Stove,. complete-China, Crockery and
Glass and other Ware--Kitehca Furniture, of all
1.;,, -r., Articles, Lc.Lc.
1I.... .- may be examined by Ladies & Gen-
tlemen this day.
"f'-Cash tacri',ed os's? all kinds of lMerchaandize

On THURSDAY next, at 11 o'clock,
AT O'FIcrE-.ho. 5, ConKress-Square'
-Near tlhe U. S. Bank-
15 half pipes Wine Vinegar-8 quarter
casks do.-130 dozea best Philadelphia Porter--14
doz. Claret Wine-2.13 doz. Bottled Cidre, part of
wslicli is twos years old--a lot of Stone Wat'e, con-
sisting of Jugs and Pickle Pots.
ALSO-4 lhhds. 1st quality Grenada Rum-4 ca-
ses J'olt HIlats, suitable for the Southern or West-
Inaia market.

Sale of UnitedStates Stock BankShares.

PURSUANT to a decretal order, iaciaunceryj of
the Supreme Judicial .Court, will be sold at
Public Auction, at .Iaerchmits'-HoI, on the
5th day of July ,mxl, at 12 o'clock, M.
The following Stocks and Shares, held
in trust for ccrlain Creditors of JAMEts GrEEN-
s.te'F, Esq. :- T' I, .".. a..... .i..]. nine hundred
and twenty-niui a ,..1I .' ... J i ..,, ents, in six per
cent. Stock of thie United States of the loan of
1813a A Certificate of eight hundred dollars per-
annum in the Aannuity' Stock of the United States,
for thirteen years, beginning Janiuary 1, 1813, end-
intg Dec. 31,"1!2., pid up tl o July 1st. A power of
Attorney to recei :o'all futatie dA-atiends on oafe hln-
dred andl twelve shares in thle late Bank of the Uni-
Fo' any further particulars, inquire of JocN G.
RBoiocies-Ofice, Congress-street.


On TUESDAY, 10th July, at 12 o'clock,.
SA'Lot of LAND, with a ten-feet Build-
:rn tre.-nn, situated onil South-lMargli-street, near
I1'. w ...... coiontaiaing 2 large Roomst, 4 Bedrooms,
Kitchen, Cellar tnder tile whole, Wood-House,
Cood Yard-buitlt about two years since, convenient
fior two fuamilies-an excellenitopportunity for a per-
son to invest his money, where lihe is sure of reall-
zinL Otod t inlrest. For fulrtier particulars inquire
, of TURELL TUTTLE, Jr. or the Auctioneer.

_A S ,(I.. ONs SALES.

I, I'.LFESEsx, ss. NATICt MAY 30, 1321.
Taken onriesne process. and to prevent waste and
expense, aI Ibe sold at Paiblik Auction, at
NATIC, oilt TUESDAY, thie 26th iday of June
fnsaint. at 9 o'clock, A. M.
.XI. ri .: Stock & Tools of the Union
,Whe.'l Factory Company," consisting of a large
number of Wfteels of ever description, finished
and unniiished-a great variety of Iiubbs, Spokes
and FI .....- "-. i old W,' .:. and Carts-
Wheel b -.'., --, .I. and I',... o'--'Oak and
Pine Plank and Boards-Timber and Joist of dif-
ferent dimensions- Turned Iron Pamp Handles-
Pump Boxes an. poouts-Turned loon Axlctrees-
Rininmoed and unritianmed long and short Carriage
Boxes, various svies-Sai" and Plate Iron-Old Ironi
Turnings & Scraps-Blacksnmiths' &. Wheelwright's
Tools, &e. &c. Bv order of
ISAAC TRAIN, Dep'n. Shriff'.
[ i'Thie sale will be on tlte Companyta's' prenises,
a .'.' i ... I .., 1. a 1a s aI ,I sI, i


THIS DAY, at 10 o'lI<-n.' .
IAT OwFFICE-A'o). I. '
100 large size elegant L,-,..., ,1 .1 l- :-
es, English diamond cat plates-25 superbly Chimney
Glasses, all sizes-150 Looking Glasses, of assorted
sizes and pat rns, [.t,-, I. ,' ...-- '.s mahogany
framed Toilet Glasses i.. ail t... :old for the
most they will bring.
i 1ll'.) I' i at I1 o'clock,
-.Mi .. -
4 elegant Pier Cl., ..-, in vwry rich
frames, carved ornaments--nnsuring 7 feet high
and 3 feet broad, superior plates.

TO-MORROW, at eleven .o'clock,
At No. 52, CENTRdL- WHARF,
The damaged TEAS by the Canton
Packet, consisting of HYSON, YOUNG HYSON,
HYSON-SKIN and SOUCHONG, in chests and
boxes. ALSO'-A quantity of damaged CASSIA.

TO-MORROW, at twelve o'clock,
Opposite No. 36, Central-whmaf,
Ten pipes of SCHIEDAM GIN..

On THURISDAY next,' at 10 o'clock,
-At Office-
A -i't-ye assortment of fresh imported
BrititI .. ... i, Pieno Ge,-d.e, oennct inp afBroad-
el.Ia .--(. -...-.. a-, .,. --i's,,,s---a .atmbries
--1, .... --.: ,.ha,, a -i .' --Counter-
pa... ,.:. \l,,.i,,.- ', .... I... ,, i lndkfs.--
Cravats-Linen Cambricks-Cambrickh Hndkfs--
Mixed Camtlets-Levantines-Concans, ic,
ALSO-Black Florences-Green i. -. .T -..
Ribbons---Garnuilre do.---Black ( ait ---I,. i
Glovses-Silk do. &c. b&c.
AT.so-The following Goods, just received, which
will be sold by the pa1-icl- 'andI ii large lots, viz :-
I case common C ,11.11 --- do. superfine do.
do.-I do. finest do. do.-I do. satin striped Cam-
bricks-1 do. common Gingahams-1 do. superfine
do.-i1 do. Spotted Muslins-l do. Jaconet dola.-1
do. do. do.do. superior quaity-1 do. superfine Furni-
tures-1 do. Book Musliuis-1 do. Merino Points-
2 do. supcrfine I, .I....- do. 9-8 Cotton Canl-
brics-2 do. 6-1 .:. do. 4-4 sup'erfuine Cam-
bric Prints-1 do. 6-4, 7-4, 8-4, 9-1 and 10-4 Linen
Damasks-1 do. superfine Lawns-1 do. Muslin
Robes-1 do. fine MarseillesVestings-2 do. Washi-
ing Cords and Cossac Stripes-1 do. fine corded
Muslis-1 l o. Initatioa -, ..,.. --: .-,. Mar-
seilles Counterpates-- do. 'v.- 'a h .,, .--- L case
Tabby Velvets-1 do. blacl. ([ .. I tiarce-
lines-1 do. superfine Kid Gloves-2 do. mixt Cam-
blets and C-.... ...:- i : .. ..v.'.ar blk.French
C rapes- 1 .1, ........ i ....... -F .1- 1-t .i-, l
ty black Taffeta Ribbons-1 do. I.. L- .I. I..-
2 do. undressed Prints.
Thie above Goods will positively be sold for the
most they will bring. The sae will eomnencepre-
cisaly .at 9 & 3 o'clock. P......... '.. .,. 1 ..
;i, l the S(G..a I, A.. .
-i, 1N. .. i a t .. (. i .. .... r .. -I .-
lands C..,- 'a l. ... i ALSo-A few pieces
1st quality -. r..ia '. i ... l i .11, Y1.1... Y blacks
--td quality .I. \i ..-- I..., i. i .. 1 ,1 super
West of England Cassimeres, halft& double mildd,

On THURSDAY next, at 1 o'clock,
I fro-tt of0j O.ce,
A valuable HORSE, excellent for Sad-
dIle or Chaise, soind, strong, handsome steady and
fat-umay be seen any time before the sale, atf Milr
Spurr's, Bromnfield's-Iane.


TH11S.DAY, at 11 o'clock,
IAT Ol'.ici:-ANo 9, K/dlay-street,
20 bales Upland Cotton, in round bales'
-20 boxes Havana Sugars, partially damaged- 8
lhhds. Mun,',vid, a s ri entitled to debentuire-
40 casks 'i.... .-.!- ....s 'I.. Nutmegs.
ALSO-Twenty pipes Cognac Brandy.
LIKt WSSE--2 I.I.I: h .....1 '-:.,.. ,- ri boxes
t' p "isas n'a.t-:- I n j i "1, 1, "s ,-- 'l'.i ,nager -
S" .. : .. .. : UpIland Cotton.
-Ait Private Sale-
Brandy, Martell's Cognac, a year old, entitled to
debenture-also.Rastean's, entitled to dbenture-
Rum, entitled to delbentre-WVoodhouse's Sicily
Madeira WIine-tPies--Brimsitonh--Sklin Tea-
Potomac's Bolhea T :.- C s.'.-. I -Tin Plates
and Bristol Crow'n .. a -i i. ., ,a &. China
WVare-Manufactured Tobacco


THIS DAY, at half past 11 o'clock,
Opposite No. 201, Ceniral-wharf,
150 bbls. prime Porto Rico Sugart, sui-
table for retailing-50 boxes Muscatel'Raisins.

TO-MORROW, at NINE o'clock,
The Furniture of a gentleman about to
leave tihe country, consisting of Mahogany Dining
I Pembroke Tables-1 pair elegant Grecinn Card
do. on durable castors-1 Secretaryv-Sideboard--
1 Hair-cloth coverldt Sota-1 dozeat Landscape
Chairs, with Settee to atucla-I High-pest Bed-
stead-I1 F,. h ,I ..... i,., ,it several Field
and Cot al.. i- -...t. ,.I .:.li.,.. 1 Dining Set of
China- 1 I.. ~ i .'.. .... I.Ia l- ...- L'ok-
ing Glatses--several Toilet a -- ..l ..... -'.. .
Straw Carpets and ('an,- .ti-:--1 -aidsomc Astral
Lamp, with;palinted : ,.. i neat treble
gilt T'imepiece-1 Loo Box, aad set Pearl Counaters
-:1 pair oval Spar Flower Pots, with :.;i I, feet
-Chimney Ornaments--Card Rack, .. [India
Tea Ca'ddie and Silver Ladle, with sundry other
useful and ornamental articles of Parlour Furni-
ture: A.LSO--Al the Kitchen Furniture, thle wholei
of which tas been but a little time in use, and is
presaimed to bc as good as new.
.ALO--T 12 O'Cr.OCK-I&in elegant patent PI-
ANO FORTE, made by Clenenti & Co. of Lon-
don, withi the additional keys, atnd remarkably fine
toned. It has been but little used, and is warrant-
ed in perfect order.
The Furniture may be examined this afternoon.

On FRIDAY next, at 9 I. 3 o'clock,
AT OFFIICE-J., 15, Ce'atr,/-strea'',
A great variety of Seasonable PIECE
GOODS. (Particulars hereafter.)
Ot SATURDAY next, at .1. I.. I.. '
At the Head of .. '" :'
100 hhds. and crates Liverpool Crock-

erv Ware, consisting of B.P' Tea &. Dining I Ware
-'Edged and CC Plates-Twifflersc i 'luffhins-CC
and enam .a f.: '. ," 'r-- .'a' Dihes ,. .
Nappies, 'i. ,. i. a ,. a ., Mustards, Pep-
pers, Salts. .
30.-cases India China-Blue pri-med and fine en-
amelled sprigged Tea and Coffeo Cn'o s i Sainucers
-Blue and white Twifl2ers &L Mufiins.
Catalogues will be ready for delivery on the mor-
ningofthe sale. Sterns will be-iberal, nud thcsale
without reserve.


CX WiiI T\E [LL. '-;Di L- "''

THIS DAY. at 9 ,-"i'-..
AT O I'ICE- '.. -..'*
A general assortment of Dryv ,-od.00-.
AT U1 o'cCLOCK-7 trunks :,"1.\-i ', -'_ ,\.-
KERCHIEFS, of various patterns; : .
ALSO-Bales Cloths and Cassimeres-Book iu.
Lent. .',, .- ,-: .....- ,'. I i;.h 'iV.:-.m D- u k,
'utp I .. ,.- i: -.. s .: t. .s: -- I ca.B a
'trillh i. .. I .. : -- d '. t. 1. ,, Boun-
nets, Nos. 26 to 45--2 do. Canton Fans.
AT PRIyATE SAi.F-3 cases of Naples Sewini
Silk, assotcd, blue, colored and black.
'TIS )AY, at 11 o'clock, .
Opposite the r0.s 'r, south side Central:wharf,
-Now le anding.roan sch. Globe-
5)7 bbls. of superfine and 1.43 .,do; -e
Richmond Flour, 1st quality. Terms at sale.

Ap6thecaries' Ware [J Window Glass.s
On THURSDAY next, at 11 o'clock,
-As Above-
71 packages containing 8 oz. Vials-,
.; ', 's Corldal Vis- oz. V, I.-I ',.'lid..
-Vials, assorted, from to 8.oz.-Ba ,,.ai,. i. I--. -
.iin'a V ,il --t Vr- P iP ..I.... .... '*,..... Bitters.
- i. .- ...... ..... L ..t.. t t." .:-- Bot-
"1 .-- ".., 0 1),l [; .lll .- Bottles, &"c. 9
..- M,I l.. first quality, in bot-
les-Iboi.tad( Colombo R i ot--A: 1 i..,- I 8
Wldowa Glass-32 do. do. 7 by 9 ti.:. t.1. .. :: I-
lent qatlh ; ..
.' r --l ton y'b'ite Lead, --I
cases Leghorn Bonnets, with extra crownss, .;'
a 50.
On FRIUDAY, 29th.inst..at 4 o'clfck, M.
Oa the VP2', lSS, .
W ill be sol i Li r.,'_ ', .. I.... 1. ... der ofthe

16 House Lots, situated on the easter-
sidle ofW i,;,-,.. i-street, ,. ',, ,, I...auti-
fill piece a. ._ ..1. i allied the :.,lt .' "-
Said lots .. .. .... '. to 60 fe..r :. is, i. ....... d a d
vary in depth from 60 to 230 feet. ... .
A plain of the sadie may be seen at the Select-
men's Room, Faneuil Hall, or at the ,Office of the
S -I per cent. of the purchase money,
must be paid down as earnest. Any length of recd-.
it will he given on the balmnce-tthc note to be.,se-,
cared I .1....-..: of the premises, and the inter-
est to be paid quarterly."

On SATURDAY net; at o'clock,
--th Ofice-- .
A variety of DRY _'OODS.
BY \VILIIAiM JUt'll \ 'A

Pursuant to resolve of the Con;....... 'l." ,'i.'
saclhusets, passed on the 11th I .1 ... I
the Treasurer of tI.. C 1,,1 1 .:.,,at, .11
cause to Ia .. ... sate a \' '. '
.Ai I.' .. I .'TST ..'. i, j. ostao
On WEDNES'DAY, thle27tir inl.hat i2o'clopA,
A Certificate of L.', i, States 6''er 't.
deferred Stock, .... ,'l n:! 1 1n,.:.. i .
which was foul i... .. :1 .:.1 :.f. >
hundred and s;' .-. 1 ,- :a itl i,.: i.. ,,.r
value of which i ii .. .... ...... .
tyj-threedollars ... .
h _' .. .. .. t I- i ,
disposed ofat a l sc H .. -.-. I.. ...i .,1 1
dollars for every r. l' 1-il -n .. i..i l i 'r
value of said Sto.. I I .. I '. ..... .. .
Stock entire, to 1: .. i..i d.. .J i. n t i it
day of July next.

On THURSDA. .,. i I-. ,..k
.-' :f ;.; H.I..'*" < 1i ll. -
62,000 Dollar. U.,a. pel ct-t. T-r' nt-
ury Note Stock-20,000 16. do. 7 per a r. : t
The. above will be .l n .,, ... -i" .... a..,., -
and will be transforre ......... .' i ,. ...,
d I,......,[1 ,_ I.. .J ..I' .
B i I..KF A.. Ct' NN1'N ilAA...1

ORIGINAL P' r ,.--aoT EU1 'E.
On THIUTRSIDA' next, at 9 o'clock')
Ait the Gallery ,V ..Iaker- 5
ou Use, I.. ... *
-Will be Iold'at Plublic Auction,-.
A truly t 'i.ai .. anrd valuable c di'-:-
tion of C'61i- IN.tL PRINTINGS ;
Upwards of 250, o-l' h' hai.hdas'me frames, com-
-ri'in,- fle works of the most.cniiert i-' .1
..... -, thirteentall century'to the present' a,..
from ihe Italian, Fre7'.li,'Dtuich' Geringn -.' a.,-
lish Scb'ools, byt.lhe .; ....... [.. -
-Carel d Jiarcin-Rosao da'] *l'- .i ,- --(,'-'
Heem-Titian-Vander Meuien---Old Avea-pe-
ruzzi-r- -...,., u i,-.1 .. .; i--L .. .. ... ,
oPtu -- I- '. -
Po it -I .. l ah .- .. ..,- .. ..., ,
Guide -- .

rmans--I., -.. i h .. .-.

-Shtaw--Van Tulden., &c.
[E The Gallery will be open e\'ery day ,. r.1 he
sales from line o'clock until sun-set.r
Admittaice and Catalogue, 25 cents 'i Tckclt
of adinissiod during the whole uime of exhibition,
and oiln the day of sale, 5W0 cents.

On SATURDAY next, at 10 ....'1,
ATr OtFFICE--Jo. 6 h .h ,
A handsome consignment of Cl'ths &
Cassimercs, manufactured from first i.," pan-
ish Wool, viz :-Hareback Cassi ier .- -, alk.
and bareback Broasdclot hs-Drab Cassinlr es, ..
A.LSO-Cottom ,Goods-GiIlCiaims--Cieckse.Ic.
.11*.. sj I ,.. 2 :. 5 : C. .,

BY a license fitorri the Hion. Tno fAs P r -,,
Judge of ite P'robate of Wills, -.na' for .
Letters of Administration for t he county -.s "
folk, will ble sold at Piiblic Au ti. ,'-. a c'. 'ren-
ises, at 11 o'clock, A. M. on 1 Lt *:L 1.', thie
ftird day of Jalv nexto .
So much *of the following "R1 unX g'n]t- ,
fate oh EaBNEztER HAycociR, late I I .- ',. ,.. i:
C itatyofSuiflbflk, Gentleman, asa;11 r i;-. ii ; ,
of tawent-aciree thotusand fiwne hundred .. .
lars and t aaeity-seven cents for lhe .... : a I
just dcets and interest, incidental charges and ex"
peises o0' administration, viz :-
All tihe ight, title and interest of said Ebenezert'
in a piee of Land. aid Dwellinag-House and BuIld-
ings thereb'n, sittu'atedl in Beacon-staret, bing tle
same for iYa v .tvawned-ad .,,* ,ii r'', late Gov-
ernor Hancock, aountdes -.... ., .. Deacoin-
,. .-'. '1 on Balknar-~itretl-Eaisterly on
ti. -r ,. i. 1 -, -'I- .' .. ,i' on a lot of lati'f
also liieaia ng to i .t i ,...,.. a ata l a lot-belonit .
inAg to Mr. Samuel! Spear; or towtever .a r'. a' .
houndled-which rig t and interest was ,t,,.t.
ded lthlird part of the whole of said Land" a-sit st ootd'
-*i before an, part was set off.
,I1. --A lot of Landisituated on Derne-street,
boni:dedil Westerly on land of Mr. -r ..'.... lan-
ct ck--No;i'thei, ,s I-ria h' e -isT^a. i-,. I, I .i and .
the head ofTi r ].....] a--1'.. a ,1 on M r. Satai-
el Spear's lal:d, -'. 1 .* ; :i par't- y oi land be-
lIoainig to Mr. ,..... and partly on laudt
Hi,,J,,u to Mr. Jolhn Ilnhcock, containing alhotI
Si.. iuare feet.
AfISO---A io of Land situated at the corner' o
elikeaja and Snmaatae'-slaetls. boa ,,i- Iaa i a on'
Bclknap-street, there measuring t' .. .... c isa1
--...r' :i on the land of iMessra; Thomas &.

John Hancock, there mv a suraitg oare htidred aa'
lthiiyt-tivc feet, and Eatl early on the land of Mr.
Sanuel ,Spear, there tmt flity-aillt
feet, adaa Northcrlv -. ,. o. tliere meas-
,,, ,1_.. one hundred and twventv-five feet.-
t1 to ihe abiovementioned pieces ofLand i-s
undoubted. or any iiaformaaticn concern. ,4 ..'
alan o" thaeas; inquire of tihe strba Crihber, at ..- s :t ,
.iog rs'-adingds, Conuress-s'treet.
.dn'ar' dd bonis atea-.



The followiw4 ihymnin French, Mr. Addtison call
a noble one, ; and says, if lie could have done it
j.-.;.. I',,*: I., 1 .. ,,Ii r mi a hi.lated it; it
: .,,., ,.-l. .. .. f-~m ,r.T,. toe of time
S .' i 1 .11 i bi l. b I.. last years
was as remarkable a penitentt"
Grand Diu tes jugemens sout remplis d'equit6 ;
Toeijours in prends plaisir a nous etre propice ;
Mais J'ai ant fait do mal, quejamais ta bonte
Ne me pardoin'cra, sans moqucr ta justice :
Oui, Mon Dieu, la grandeur de mon impiet
No laisse a ton pouvoir, que le choix du suplice :
Ton interest s'oppose t ma felicit6 ;
Et ta cimnence 'meme attend que .fe perisse :
Content ton desire, puis qu'cl testglorieux ;
Offense tol des pleurs quoe coulent des mres yeux-
Tonne, frappe, it est terns, rens moi guerre pour
guerre ;
J'adore on perissant la raison quo t'aigrit:
Malisdessus queletndroit tombera ton tonnerre
Qui no sbit tout covert du sang de Ja;ius CnRRIsT.

Doctor WA'r's ha' atlcmpted an imitation. which
how beautiful soever hi itself, vill not be deemed,
perhi;:, a good translation.t
Grace ncles qielow, and sits enthron'.d above.'
1Iow fit lihe sparkIts of wrtlih how slow they move;
And drop and tie in boundless seas of love !
But me, vile wretch should pitying love embrace,
Deep in its ocean, holl itself would blaze,a
And flash anJ burn me through the boundless seas.
Yea, Lord, my guilt to such a vastness grown
Seems to confine thyv choice to wrath alone,
And calls thy power to vindicate thy throne.
Thine honour bids, aven7eti thim. iijur'd name,
Thv slighted loves a dreadful glory claim,
While my moist tears might but incense thy flame.
Shou'd heav''n grow black, almighty thunder roar
And vengeance blast me, I could plead no more,
But own thy justice dying, andadore.
Yet can those lolts of death that cleave the flood,
To reach a rebel, pierce this siacrcd shroud,
Ting'd in llie vital stream of my ,..I.....i.'. blood.
The beauty arul force of the truth is perluharo better
preserved and imparted in the following attempt
of a southern bard some years since ; at any rate
I apprehend it to be a more close translations :-
Great God thiy just awards who dare to scan i
Propilious all thy ways to sinful man : t
But ne'er tono te lly inerty can be reaeh' d
Forgiving me thy justice is iimpeached :
Yes, 0 nmy God, I've sinn'd so in ti' extreme,
Thy pow'r no choice has left, but to condemn :
Thy interest must each hope of bliss destroy,
And clemency awaits my fate with ijoy.
Be thy will don' n T .1 .; '.. i- ir 'ose ove '
Let ev'n these .. ,... I thi love.
Flaslh, lItnsI yt I. ti 'he foe of God !.
I bend itt perishing, ttld kiss the rod.
But otn what spot caIn i it od,
V hi,'h ch is ou t covered i 'r .. .. : :. I
But here the leader goes back to the original to
fad U somnetlin, lie misses. The thought in thle
t-ranslation is ctasily l.m ; I !..,I t is considera-
1ily impaired ; rand, i|!.. i, ... !iu the sail e
chalnuln with tite author, it does tol reach the suLe
extent, north leave so perfect an idea in the mmind.-
lihe last ine, for instar-. n .- ht ,esln,: more full
and rich than either of,... ... t i ... It.-. I ap-
rcetchnd, is' wholly o' i .... l, word
htout," which conveys and inmpresses the idea of
S, ...i. and clothes the thought witi great
strength and beanut. In the transl'tionn- 'tle s e
to be nothing to respond to the "toat convert" of
the original.-But both are excellent, however, andI
the piousCreade' will find enough in either to ad-
mire and edify. The subject is not agitated with a
view to criticism ; but to stimulate some one whose
iieart is more imbued and warmed with a love of
divine things, andh 'o is more conversant with the
FrenchI tongue, to attempt yet another translation ;-
in doing which many may be gratified, but none
umoro than Z.
teet. vol. vii. No. 513..
t--'t' ert.r P emits.
t C ..... I -

i ,.i, iit.-., -5 each man's life blood were a river,
I f.,t, .1 .'.,I.. flow, and overflow, than creep
Through thousand lazy channels in our veins,.
Dammed like the dull canal with locks and. chains,
And moving, as a sick man iir his sleep,
Thrt-e paces, and'then ftiterlng.-By-roen.
What!' leave the life that bids the active blbod'
Pour from tie heart like some impetuous flood,
Sweeping along its crimson current
The morbid woes-tl.e sense abhorrent
Inaction breeds, to dim the shine
Of tills fair worfel and work divine.
Land of Poichatan."

Epitaph on Mr. Joseph King.
Here lies a man than whcun no i ... -ii i
Who was when sleeping even, i ,
.1 Kit, by birth was he, and yet was no king,
In life'was thin-king, and in death wasJo-kin/g.

Or Paronychic of the M.edical Books,
This disease is often a severe affliction to hard
working men, such as farmers. It originates from
S -. ...'.,.,;' i- i. i .i.'lame the .ntuseles, ten-
1 .,, 1.1. ,i .. .. I ... it the skin- these swell-
ing, whilst the hard tough skin of the fingers re-
main an m .' ., 1 causes the great pain, and exten-
sion c.1 t armi-the thick skin of the fingers
also prevents any exudation or escape of purulent
na er, and thus the bone becomes diseased, and a
joint is lost. Persons with soft -.. are seldom
attacked. An artificial and simsuar disease mtay be
formed at anyithtie by winding a string round' all
inflamed finger, or by sewing it up in a piece of uno-
yielding hi ( lher. In this case the most stupid per-
son would think only of cutting tt e string or ripping
the leather, and yet it is rarely that you see a pliy-
sici-In go to work in this rational manner. HIe
xnust ilrst sahlc itl and plaster it with some ointment,
which is just as likely to make a cure as the tread-
ing on it, that is practised by ignorant people before
it.becomes intolerable'-by such practices and such
neglect, the disease orfeSr runs ou till n-ature makes;
a gat, and the physician mnc'tlh/ chargess for what
another has done.-The pI-oper re'iey is simple
and easy ; lay open the thick skin the whole lentlh
of te .thu i. and dress thie fut'mer for one or t wo
d then lay lint oi1 the woiund-aJiltlth red. precipitate
ohmtment may blie necessary where lthie proud flesh
does not suppurate freely. The writer of this hias
relieved a great many persons without the loss of a
joint, and has followed no oilther plan for twenty
years. [Kitlional Ga:.

The city of Philadelphia has advertised fort
another loan of ,'20,000, at 5 pert cent. for eight-
ecn years.
An inimmense number of locuts have made
thelir appearance in Ohio A writer says they
make t noise resemblinig'the word Pharaoh--
andm have on their wi igs a mark which resem-
bles the letter W. !
Mr. Suttot's hat factory in IItarrodsburgh was
consumed by fire on lThursday night last. The loss
is etstitated at six or seven thousand dollarsJ."T.Pla.

In Dartmouithr, on the 21st inst bv Eli Haskehl,
Esq. Mr. 'James E. Slocutn. merchaiua to Miss Re-
becca H. Ricketson, daughter of Capt. Clark Rick-
etson, alil of Dartmentu li.
In PiyumoutTi, N. C. on WVednesday, .the 30th of
May last, tMr. Whiteman P. San di'rson, of ['erqui-
mons County, to Miss Martha B. Nicho ls, daughter
of George Nicioils,'Esq. of tIe former place.

In this town, Helen M. Davis, aged 3 vearis and
6 nionths,, ..... ,.,.',, .SI r E. E:'. a Davis.
In Go',t .I Myers, Esq. 49-
the oldest inhabitant of that Place.
iu Charleston, S. C. Mr. William IH. Ellsworth.
Dromtwed-A son of Mr. Oliver Phelps, of West
:,., 'i I aged 13-has been drowned in tie cdge
'A. \\ ., i.i While f ishling r liatr prt eels It" slip-
ped. from tire rock o n litclh lie slod.'d a'w vlhich
vwagi at a distance front tile shore, atd etnt to the

T HE Steam-Boat EAGLE, Capt. WOOD, leaves
Russia-wharf every day at 9 o'clock, A. A1.
for Salem, will land Passengers at Deer Island,
Nahant arid Matblelead ; leaves Salem at 3, P. M.
same day, and arrives in Boston at .) past 7 o'clock
i.. 1.I. ". : Passage 50 cents each way, slil.-
(11 i, ,iI 'I i '"
N. B. Light Freight will be taken, if offered.
June 12.
S The superior fast sailing copper fasten-
ed and coppered ship ZEPHYR, 360
tons burthen, lWVuIL.IA.i CLEVELAND, Supercargo,
will sail for Canton on ilthe 1st of August. Specie
will be taken out to be invested and brought back
on reasonable terms. Apply to the Supercargo int
Salem, or BAKER & H1ODGES, No. 30 India-st.
JBoston. cpistf. .June 14..
,- For ST. PETERSBURG, Russia,
-.i,,i r. master, will commence load-
ing this day, and be despatched as soon as possible.
For remainder of freight, ..pi., 1.n t .. itain onl
board, at Foster's-wharf, 01 '" L LJC( 1"E, No. 5,
Congress-Square. 6sp June 8.
FOR SALE, the elegant Boat
SPORTSMAN, 17 feet keel, built of
the best materials, sails very fast ; is a
safe Boat, and has every convenience for a Sport-
ing Party ; she has a handsome Awning to he r,a'nd
would bh a handsome Boat for a Fresh Pond. Sihe
may be had with or without the Boat House, &c.
and may be seen and terms known by applying o the-
subscriber, at No. 20, Purchase-street. head of Liv-
erpool-wharf. THOMAS SEWARD.
June 22.
H AV No. 55, Long-wharf,
Bristol and Liverpool Sheathing COPPER,
Copper BOLTS
New-Orleans SUGAR,
Superfine FLOUR,
Wrapping PAPER,
Spanish CIGARS. June 22.
Sperm Candles and Whale Oil.
SANDING from sloops Pomona Sa Empress, anud
29, India-street,
112 boxes Spermnaceti Candles, of first quality,
49 bbis Whale Oil. june 22
RACKBON & HOWE, No. 12,Central-wharf,
C have landing from slch. Reaper,
200 bbls. Howard-street Flour,
700 do. Alexandria do.
-L' S TORE--
4 hlids. prime Jamaica Rum. June 22.

N O0. 38, India-wharf, have for sale, 4 pipes, 8
htalf pipes and 39 mr- : t1L- .isbon. Wine,
100 cases Sparkling (C. ... Wine, entitled
to debenture,
17 cases old Medoc Claret Wine, do. do.
5 Ialcheons prime St. Croix Ruloi,
25 do. St. Thoms anud St.. Johns do. do. do.
50 do. pinime St. Croix Ruin,
10 lhds. do. St. Thomas Sugar,
9 bbls. do. Porto Rico do.
30 hhds. New-Orleans MIolasses,
z500 bbls. superfine back country Flour,
1 case G a. ':.
26 casks i .. .
70 logs St i .... .:. ; I ...: ,. June 19.
'! : I i' ., ',n,, .>,',..i L ,. /, ,',..
"-. -,,' .. ,.\ LEWIS & CO. No. 4, Central
V wharf, have received per ship Canton, from
2 biles RTn6i- assorted,
2 tons I Li. .,
5 do. White Lead in Oil,
3 bales of Sewing Twine, 2 &3 thread,
2,1 casks drawn head Spikes. 3 to 7 inches,
20 do. fine rose head Nails, 6, 8, 10 & 20d,
2 do. PuimpTacks,
1 case Double Tangent Quandrants,
I do. Day and NightTelescope,
With a general assortment of Ship Chandlery,
which will be sold low at wholesale or retail.
June 19.
22 hlids. James River Tobacco, prime quality,
6 hIhds.Rappahlannock do.
400 kegs manufactured Tobacco, No. I-sundry
barrelsoldriand ,ii..., i. ,i- .,
200 kegs do. do.' 1... ,
200 do., do. do. common,
300 bbls. stuperfine Howard-street and City Mills
600 do. do Fredericksburg,
50 bbls. -i, middlings,
50 do. Bye Whiskey,
100 bales of Cottont. ephi June 15
100 Groce Wine and Porter Bottles.
O'.' i.,.,1,,,: and for sale by JECHONIAS
t II \" 11"I, Water-street
100 groee Wine --and Porer Bottles-500 bbls
Flour. -Also, In, Store-
100 chests superior quality lfYson Tea,
50 do. do. Imperial :'in-- liyson, Gun-
powder, ad .... -i.... t. ..,' above Teas
are of the bst ., -. i id for sale by the
pac] 0ageo ". i "
Old Port, :- i I .-hon, Sherry, Claret,
Sicily Madeira, und Tenerifie Wines, best
quality and pure,
200 bottles Lemmion Syrup, made from the best
100 hoxes, 50 cases, and 5 casks Olive Oil,
100 boxes MN.'-i,-t P'i-in-
100 bales ..1 .It .il ......Is. June 15.
OHN A. BACON, No. 13, Central-wharf, has
for sale, landing from schr. Volant,
70 casks Bordeaux Claret Wine,
90 boxes do. long cork do.
40 baskets Oil, entitled to
136 -.. -, L' iingo Coffee, debenture.
15 ,i .1 i Maickerel,
108 do. No.2, Mackerel, J
From echrI. Boston,
30 hhds. WIV. Rum, entitled to debenture.
12 boxes brown Havana Sugar,
124 bbls. Muscovado do.
231 boxes Havana Cigars, of a superior quality,
6 hhds.W. I. Rum, i
50 hlids. N. E. Rum,
60 cases Old Madeira Wine, superior quality,
]sr, r2d and 3d quality Bar Soap ,
Mould C'ntles, i.f5'.'s, and 6's June 18.
('1i .t:-SW\EET OIL--&c.
CASE OPIUM-I100 dozen Sallad Oil, in box-
esof 1 ahd 12 bottles enchl-2 cases, contain n-
ing white, br-own, drab, blue and black Italian Sew-
ing Silk-10 bales Sootv Romal Hdk!'s. entitled to
dlebenture-12 dozen superior Claret Wine-French
WVindow Glass. difl'im't sizes-h20 sides best Atme-
rclean atnned Sole Leather. For sale hv J. BUF-
F1NTON, India-wharf. tJune 19.
T4 f' OGALLONS Whale and Sea Elp-
_Wj. phant Oil-For sale iby CHARLES
THACHER, No. 35, India-street. June 19.
9 TONS of very superior St. Petersburgih.
clean IIHEMIP-for sale by JOSIAH BRAD-'
LEE & CO. No. 29. India-street.
tJune 19. epi.t!m.
Oranges, Lemons, Cotton, Tobacco.
SAKER i HODGES, No.30, India-street, have
Il c i i,:| ,, .... lthr. ldam ilton,
t00 i: fi. r ...Orainges,
200 boxes of Lemons.
From ibr'f Decatur,
920 hates Misaisippi Cotton,
19 holds. Kentucky Tobacco. 2pis June 19
1J5O LET--Tthree neat new Tene-
S ments, 5 rooms each, sitnate at Cambridgee
port, a few rods west of the brick moeethi-house-
rent 160" each per anumi. Inquire of MAKE-
PEACE. & COOK, mie 15.

4- BALES Rose and 3 and 4 Point BLATiK-
", ET', received per Canton PtLcket. are
oi fred for sale by THOMAS WIGGLES ORTH.
June 1..

CHARLES WINSLOW, No.7, Cornhill, has
just received,
2 cases 7-4 Crape Shawls-1 do. 8-4
superior quality Nankin and Cau,"n Cr'-.p. Sars-
nets, Sinchas's, Levantines, r,.-''--.'' -'-
ALSO-I case White Chip Flats, with Crowns
and Bands-Leghorn Straws, &c. &c. June 15.
JOHN WILSON & CO. Tailors,
N o. 7, S .T.TF e,.-_, T.
1. 1-TE 'i;.t received, per Art -. -1.nil .
n.- IR ,. -e,? atthiisport, their F-." 'i.'li. _"1..
consists of the best selected Stoclk -ji ui. LCT 1'J- !1
and CASSIMERES they ever had to offer ;2 cases
of Cloths. cost from 26s. to 40s.-blacks and blues,
warranted fast colour, clean, man of a texture
which cannot fail to please.
The above, added to their former Stock, com-
prisc as large a variety as can be found in Boston,
which they offer for sale, by the piece, yard or gar-
ment, at a very small advance, for cash only.
April 10. eptf.
XUST opened and for sale at No. 68, State-street,
an assortment of the following Goods, viz :-
Black and colored Canton Crapes,
7-4 Canton Crape Shawls,
Heavy black Camblets,
Superior blacK Levantines,
Black and changeable Synchaws,
BlacK and white Sarsnets,
Plain, colored and changeable do.
SI-andsome striped Florences-bl'k silk HdLfs.
Short fellow Nankins-Company do. do.
American dyed blue do.-superior Flag Hduifs.
Striped and plaid Secrsucicrs,
Black aund col'd Italian Sewing Silk,
Black,s white and green French Crapes,
Black Italian Crapes,
Linen Cambrics and Handkfs.
Black, white, green and pinx Florences,
Black and white Satins,
'Black and white Silk Gloves and Hose,
Black and white Hooks and Eyes,
White, black and col'd 1. i :-,
5-4,7-4 'and 8-4Merino .1,
Rich Garniture Ribbons,
Plain and f,;... .1 Rl..i.,..,:. Icc. &cc.
The above r....i r I% i. -;. .,- t'- of .- t l.:o ,
' r.e.ived by tbe late arrivals. ... -. I at '. r- ni

Tr i'Vb. 39, Inudia-sf-lcf,
HT-AVE for sale, just landed from the ship Can-
ton, from Liverpool,
1 bale and 1 case assorted Kersey-
neres and low priced Cloths. In store, received by
ship Herald, 2 bales low priced Blue Cloths ; the
above being a consignment, will be sold low to close
sales. Also in store, 4 pipes Port Wine, received
front London-Madeira Wine, in lnif pipes and qr.
casks, entitled tho debenture-a few casks London
Brown Stout-a few tons Quashee Wood-Skivers
-Caseis of Fowlnag Pieces, &c. Icc.
13,000 Spanish Cigars, inijboxes-Roman Ce-
ment, of the first quality, warranted fresh and
good, constantly for sale. 8t. June 19.
H .oNo. m24, India- iharf,
Company Nankins in cases,
Bales short yellow Nankins,
Canton Crapes, black- and colored,
Nankin do.
Sewilig Silk, of superior quality,-
Black Levantines,
- C ..,I.:-.r l ? in ,
C -,-e f -t :.
Cases Choppa Romals,
200 bags yellow Beerbhoom Sugar
100 do. Salt Petre, very superior quality,
130 chests IT,. ia Tea,"
6000 Gunny i ,.: June 19.

The, most valuable Medicane inmuse for
T HIS new and healing Balsam bids fair to rival
every Medicine heretofore discovered, for
Coughs aid complaints of thie Lungs, leading to
Consumption-and even in seated Consumptions it
qas lately been used by many with the most surpri-
s.,", ... I-,i '". '.' n, from,' persons of the
i :i i r .: ',- 'i. i II.'. great and increasing
demand for it, may be called proof of its cgod el-
fects, it is proved. Scarcely a case Wo' Colds,
C-..:1I,- pain in thie side, difficulty of i.,: ii,...:
". -*i.- ..i sleep, arising i j. i. r or .. .,"
sunptions, but may be ..i -. i,.- tim ely use of
this Medicine.-Many certificates of its efficacy ac-
company each bottle.

ces, for Cash or on short approved credit, by
Ti OMsAS TARBELL. Copy of a letter to Mr. Lorenzo Bull, Druggist
May 15. copisomnjs4w i Hartford, (Con.)
SSin, I am a man about sixty years of age, and
g7 LADIES' SCARFS, $1 piece, only. have been afflicted from rvy infancy with a cough
more than people in general ; especially, when I
JUST received from New-TorIk, 20 doz. elegant took cold ; but, the summer of 1817, I look a vio-
French SCARFS, (or Zeph/irs), 8-4 long, and leut cold, which caused a hard cough, difficult
newest style, which are going at the low price of breathing and wheezing, so that it deprived me in a
- 5l each. Also, one case 4-4 merino Handker- measure of sleep, and at times could not lie in bed,
chiefs-one do. 6-4 fine Cotton Cambrics, at 50 which continued for more than a year, and which
cents per yard-one do. 6-4 Cambric Muslins, 3s. got my health very low. I then heard of Dr. An-
-and 3000 yds. fine Irish Linen, 2s9d to ,$1,25 per derson's Cough Drops, and purchased at your store
yard. Likewise, one case elegant Parasols, with i .... i.... which I have reason to believe have
Firings, 53,50 cents piece only. .....,. .. l., health, and I can truly say thatI be-
J.iMES BREERI, lieve them to be thp-t- bt nodi;ili for C',i-h. mnd
May22. eptf. 85,, Market-street. colds now in use. Ii.I.X \NM.Ii .A- 1KL 1 1
i I.l .N ii \.1, Warren, (Con.) March 26, 1819.
N k\% I, SAMUEL hi. JONErs, of Salisbury, do hereby
2-CASES LEGHORN STRAWS, from No. 30, certify, that my wife has, for more tian five years,
to 50. Just opened afnd for sale, at No. 36, been troubled with a violent coinb, liffuntlty of
Cornhill, by SUMNER & MERRIAM. '., ,,I,,.-. I.. of appetite, and ,it,,.,i .t ... i, .!.-
April 17. eptf. ., .:,1 I' ; amu having tried, as we supposed,
every thing that might relieve her, without receiv-
J. & E. PHILLIPS, ing any benefit, I was induced to have her make tri-
HTAVE received ier thie late arrivals, part of al of Andnrson's Cough Drops, and after using two
H their Sprtin'g supply of Goods, which, together bottles her cough entirely lett her-she enjoyed her
with their former stock, comprising an extensive former sleep, which she had not done for years, and
assortnmtent of was again restored to strength. S. H. JONES.
HARD WARE.1ND PIECE GOODS, Caution.-Be particular that every genuine bhot-
they offer for sal ......- ..l ':.....a- ..'.-.i ti their tle, has .lnderson's Cough Drops" stamped on the
store, No.2, Fl. 11l'- fi...h.i- lt.1. i..r.. bottle ; and the directions are all signed by JAMES
May 4- 2awmn. AELLEN.
Sold, by Maynard & Noyes, Cornhill ; Hall &
STOCK OF SHOES SELLING OFF. Weld, Union-st't Samuel illsbery, Hanover-
street; Horton & Brown, Robert Fennelly, and
SEUBEN VOSE, No. 5, Marlboro'-strect, a Daniel Henchman, Boston-J. Williams Camn-
iL few rods south ofMarlboro' Hotel, i- -.-I;,,. i-., -;. i ," ; A. Lincoln, Worcester; D. brewer,
--ffl .... hld nflhis toni;vo ,nsstfment t," t .... Tt-u.I...., J. Vheaton. Dedham ; R. ,. Phipps,


From nine to twenty-one feet wide, without seams.
T HE subscriber has taken the liberty
to inform his friends and the public, that lihe
has received by recent arrivals from Egiland,i
TENSIVE BUILDINGS, the Proprietor doubts
-not, will insure that encouragement colunmnsurate
with a desire to please.
Those who intend PAINTED FLOTC'
CLOTHS, for the next season, will please send
their orders as soon as convenient; those omut of
town will forward a plan of the floor, describing ev
cry irregular part.
nT 'She PAINTING BUSINESS in its branch-
es attended to.
FOR SALE-Anierican-and Dutch OIL-white
LEAD-with the usual assortment of PAINTS,
&c. warranted as imported.
May 29. 4w. KILBY-STREET.

CASE colored Crape,
1 do. Thulle Lace,
I do. I r h' i .-11e .
1 do. c...-I ..lu
I do. colored and black Levantines,
1 do. Linen Cambric Handkfs.
1 Ido. Linen Cambric,
1 do. superfine Broadcloths-for sale' --- \'.T-
UEL FALES, No. 13, Central-street. .1.... 1:..
SAMUEL BEAL, (Mill Pond-street, leading
firomi Middle-street to Charlestown bridge,)
would inform his friends and the pitblic, that lie has
just reccied ai large and i' : ., :. ..-- .. ir f Fur-
niture, which, in addition to his tormcr stock,
makes a more extensive collection than can be
found in New-England, which will be sold at such
prices as cannot fail to suit thd economist, viz.
Bureaus, Chairs
Secretaries, Couches,
Grecian Tables, Sofas,
Pembroke do. Dressing Glasses,
Dining Tables, t ,-. .
Bedsteads, 1...1. I able,
W ork Tables, i: .... .,-: i .-
D r'ncin" dis i .. i .- it.,
Vi .I,- .i ,,,.- Bellows,
I.,h,, ,,,,J., Brushes.
Live Geese, Russia Down, ai.d Common Feath-
ers, by the bale, from 10 to 30 per cent. discount
from tlie retail prices., 2m. May 1.
For Soda, Rochelle, .1Magnesia, and Saratoga
Waters, at the reduced prices.
T HAT Boston is the Head quarters of good
.L principles," is not more correct and praise-
ivorthy in politics,thlan a ru.im ih-n '-i--That the
ladies of this metropolis m I- .. '. ,,I prover-
bially celebrated for their delicacy, liberality and
.. .il.r Impressed with this belief, the under-
signed, at a great .-- -..- i opened a ,..- a .,
', 11- i ll t e .'.,ii ,i ,.l W aters, i ....
ver-strect, No. 29, a little below; Colicert Hall, on
the opposite side, solely for thie benefit and conve-
nience of the ladies, unattended, or accompanied by
i. 1. .... may wait dn them. This apartment
I ii .i, connected with no other room, andt
will always be attended by a female.
This attempt to please the public, it is presumed,
will not only meet the praises but the patronage of
that class whom it is intended to accommodate, and
it can be scarcely necessary to observe that early
rising, air, exercise, and the use of this salutary, uas
well as grateful and refreshing beverage, will not
only stimulate the spirits, increase the appetite, and
strengthen the system, but .will, if persisted in, pro-
duce that peculiar serenity of mind, that superior
consciousness of animal existence which can never,
be realized' by the indolent, the sedentary, or the
hypochondriac. JOSEPH -.\FL f
P'. S. The old stand of said CA.tn, No., .I I

at -. om thei cost. His Stock corn- Charlcsfow ; D. Bree. Dorchester ; ver-street, is still open, where toe sam, waters are
pri : -...i most' 1 I ',..,..- ',i o.',, .. ney, Providence ; Wlupple, Salem ; Whipple, New- ended, and the real Saratoga Water sold by the
ten, and is suitable for I. ....... I, l,... ,I -I r ., buryport ; and wholesale at No. 13, Cornhill, where glass as well as by :,... .. -..,, ..i ie
market I i;l:,- I-,H ..I i, '' 2,,,yi .1 *1 Druggists may be supplied on liberal terms. same price as the At, I.. .' ..
WVonmen's al.: ...'.. Sl: ... I...... r'. i his tr'i June 16. GEOGRAPHIA CLASSICA,
do. Men's Nailed do. ; 500 do. Men's coarse do.; "'ItR the application of Ancient Geography to tile
Mens fine do..at 125 ; Me's iote-s tihe P ieBoost Scs.- '. S Classics ; by Samuel Butler, D. D. Just
Ncn's Horse-hide Boots, Stock at225; Stalsl.... published, and for sale at the Bookstore of C-
He offers the whole ofhis Stock at th......A .1 ,' BINGHAM &. CO. No. 45, Cornhill : price 62.4
low prices. oawtf. April24. cents. 4t. June 12.
C OPPER Oil Coolers, Ladles, Skinmers, brass FFo China Eartlen Ware Glass and
S Screws for Oil Hlose, brass Cocks, & ce made For China, Earthen i are, Glass and
at the shortest notice at the r.1 ...-. i..., No. 93, CUTLERY
Fish-street. JOHN _N1 t' 1,' -. E& CO. T1RANCIS WILBY, begs leave to inform his
Miach27. cpistf. & 2 Friends and the Public, that lie has opened a
Z.Shop, No. ,.lIt.--.' Ti under the dir'cetho of
A CHAIN CABLE, l. Mr. CtmA.tt [ i i u in t., the sale of CHINA
-STr received by t e Canton. from Liveri.,of iKj AND EAR1'THEN WARE, from the Manufactory
g90 falthotIms, y i,. ,ilni, dl tie necessarmp-'. of Messrs. Join a & WILLIi I RiDGWAY. ,
.- ~, sal I N BREED, No. HIS preparation which has made muh noise p-The goody from this house stand high in point of
.Juuine 19. ir tie otd has atnh found its say mo quality, and are got tip in the best taste ; their
ts""_ en'thr'e world, has apt length found its way into paintings and engravings are admirably executed,
This country, among a people who are not less fond and their models classical.
R ps tSa, tof novelty in medicine than ir other places; the re- F. W. has just received, an extensive assortment
usal truents, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ces pt was given on the credit of a late celebrated of Blue Printed, Stone CinaEnamelled, and Gold
Physician ho first ascertained its virtues, which o Burnished ining, Dessert, Tea andtCoffee Sc rvi
-C.. hIave since been confirmed by repeated experiments cesChimney and Toilet Ornaments, Vases, Ink
in Lngland, where its credit was established on a Stands, Scent and Flower Jars, and Flower Pots,
Foundation never to be removed. It is an article ap- and every description of Ridgway's superior Earth-
Ai.dMh 'proved by the medical schools of France, and- by e Ware
tqe college of Physicians in London. In the course, patterns of Dining, Dessert and Tea Services,
of tie extsie public au private practice Patternso Dining, Dessert and Tea Seves,
o the extensive public and private practice of medi- costin. from ten to three hundred guineas, from
cal gentlemen, not a single case has ever occurred whici sets, or pars o sets, to suit purchasers, can
wshen the cure has not been speedy and permanent : be ordered, are now opening. China and Glass
in hle space of five ycars, no lessthan ten thousand will be ordered to any pattern that may blie wanted.
persons are reported to have been cured by these A 'good nrterlin.l f Pslain and Cut'Glass Waire,
pills in, tire city of Paris-alone, without the least and thie btei ...I si.: 0i, I.i Cutlery will be kept. .
painful .. ,I -.. ...,. symptoms whatever; it ap- It is intended that the prices shall be tuiform,
Spears, ti:..I ... ,11 medicine ever employed in ad without abatement, so that familicFi may sent
this disease, this preparation merits the greatest with confidence ofbeing served onthe best erms.-e
S confidence ; the action of the Venereal Disease is Should any article prove defective, or of inferior
n soosun impeded, and the disorder almost immediately quality, it will lie exchanged.
gisve way to the medicine ; it s also the most b Assorted crates for ceuutry trade, for cash or un-
and safe,as swell as certain remedy, and ought to be doubted paper only.
preferredin case of syphilis. F'. WILY has now ri ..n.se ,-, Ivory, Buck and
OneOof the remarkable properties of this never- Bone Iandle Knives an.- i ; Des-eit Knives ;
'Hi' AS for sale, at Store No. 18, Marlboro'-str. failing remedy is, that neither the mouth, nor the Carvers and Steels; an extensive variety of Pen-
J.L Bass Drums ; Coninon Military do. ; Child- breath, are in hlie least affected by its use ; this re- knives and Scissors ; Tutania Tea Pots and Coffee
rent's do. do.; C. B. and E. flat Clarionets, tip'd markable specific excites no nausea, and has no Biggins ; Tea and Table Spoons ; Japanned Tea,
with ivory shake keys; do. Plain ; Violins and moore taste than a 4: I.l,',u Bread, Knife and Cheese Trays. and Brushes of cv-
Bows ; Flutes from one to six keys ; Plain do. with N.B. All the ni. 1,.:,... -. necessary in eve- orydesdcrition, with a large as-rtment of Cream
1 key ; blackebony and boxwood Fifes, all pitches, ry stage of this disease, accompany the pills, with Colored, Blue Printed and Glass Wares. .l1so,best
Callender's make ; Flageolets ; Octave Flutes ; particular directions, the price of which is five dol- siher-yed WNeedles. Gwis.
French Horns ; Bugle Horni.. ,.
I------ 1'.. above is prepared from the original receipt, SHIP YARD, WHARF, tfc.
.... .<<-,.. and sold by JOHN P. WHITWELL, Agent to the OR sale, a htrge three story Delling House,
,0 ..,., ."...,,,>X ... -i0^ Boston Itfirmayy-y t'f. Nov. '1 with a Stable and other Out-Houses adjoi-
t 4e i / ti h. ing, a good well of water, cistern, and every con-
|2 Put OUt the Light l and then.---put venience for a large family situated upon Mierri-
out ihe Lilht! mack Ftt :-.- i with a Wharf and Shipi
S -UST received from France, a large supply of Building I ..i, ,,, suitable Sheds and Stores
R- "P'*f Phosphorus, with a bottle and matches, en- thereon. This place is distant one mile and a quar-
closed in a neat polished tin case, to be sold at the ter front '. ,' .. i .1I. '..... I possesses every
low rate of 25 cents a single box, or ,2 per dozen, advantage desnrable for a ship-carpenter or trader,
This article is so constructed as never to be out there being 14 feet depil at low water at the wharf.
of order, and must be very useful to any traveller There is every convenience also, from the natlial
who is in the habit of smoking, advantatuaes of the flats pertaining to this place, for
S.....The Lamp or Fire may now be safely and cco- the docking of timber without expense. Its conti-
~0 ... )>).))< IPA S Aj Smatter is at hliand. The bx alone which contains particular description of the premises and terms o-
S O L S --m these materials is worththe price demanded for the sale, inquire of JEREMIAH PEARSON, at New-
whole apparatus, buryport, or of LUINT & LEECH, No. 15, India-
Best Silk JUmbrellas ; Oil Cloth do. ; Gingham No experienced mistress of a family, no prudent wharf, Boston. epistf. May 25.
do. ; Cotton do. u merchant, on the least reflection, will be willing to
1P. :.i '.. i..'. Parasols, with ivory handles ; do forego ithe advantages of this useful appendage to WAGGONS FOR SALE.
do. ,Il. i,...... plain do. do.; plain do. all sizes, the countinam room or kitchen. Here is no tinder n OR SALE--Two WAGGONS. One of them
An assortment of Walking Canes. Also-fresh box to i ... for, no linen to burn or to get spoiled _1 is a. very 1.r' r strong built one, early as
Bass Viol and Violin Strins ; Clarionet, Bassoon when burnt, no flint or steel to contend with,noartor good as tetw', I, .... axletrees, calculated for
and Hautboy Reeds ; Tail Boards, Bridges and labour requisite, but wi t this little box i your pock- two horses, and made by one of the best workmen.
Screws to Violius. et, in the interval of a thought, and by the simplest It is well suited for a Travelling Trader, being fit-
Umbrellas and Parasols covered. movement, light is instantly produced. ted with boxes, which, however, can bte removed
Musical Instruments repaired. Clarionets and To the mariner its usefulness cannot be too high- at pleasure. This will be sold for less thian half
Flutes tipped. ly appreciated or too liberally recommended ; to him the cost. and ,. ... 1 1. ..,.;. r.. tt Mr.
Canes mounted. Silk and Linten oiled. it is as necessary aishi-. unm'"1-, f>- without it, it TRUtl BULL -, i ._ : M I, ni ,. t Bos-
Ivory and Wood Turning executed. Whalebone might be rendered .. .- truly and cin- ton Bridge. The other is a small decent Light
cut to any size. June 19. pihatically, .iht is Life. Waggon, wi a op, iron axletre, e : is on a
Sold btv J. P. WHITWELL, Agent to the Boston short journey, and may be had iu a few days for 25
SB-ATH" LETTER PAPER. I infirmary, in frontofthe Commercial CoffeeHouse, dollars by inquiring of-Mr. TRUMBULL. J. 12.
E i'- u P PAPER-Mediuur. D., Folio Battery March-street-E. L. ELLIOT, corner of A smrtctive ri
i'ost, large thick Batt" .. I .. -, and Winter-street, and SAMUEL KitDDL.Charlestown. ANTE D-A smart active Boy,from
Billet Paper, gilt and Plai i H-H-Fand H M1 ay 9. tf. 1. to 15 years of age, to attend a Grocery
B Black 1ead Pmencils. Together with a general Store. None need apply but what can bring Ithe
Black sso e ofSTATI NARY, of thel ,first quality, SITUITION IV.LVTED, best ofreconunendations. Apply at this office.
ROGER'S PENKNIVES, warranted, A WIDOW LADY in Boston, wishes to open a June 19.
AMERICAN PAPER, of eery tqualtit, i A- Sctool out of towu, or she would inst-tuct in T
FCo i ,sale as| Iafamilyor keel)olionsocsANTELD-In a Dry Goods Store on
Naples Shecap, of a superior kiBn.. Fi s a a fa, or kee ous. Her terms will b line modi- rill, active Y ng n-on -
low as they catsbe purchased in Boston, at GREEN- ate, ant res,.cetatlie refetrenice given. A liue di- -" Conuill, an amtive Toung Man-utn' ae
LEF'S Stationaoy Store, No, Court-street. retcd to 1A. ii. will meet immediate attntion.- quauintedi with thIe business would have tlie prefer-
Jule 15 i Inle 19. cuce. Apply atlieil P adiut-Oilie. June 1';

H _1 AVING, on the 30th of Apri! la:s, (isol s:.
a. his co'n xion wi;h IMr. W's. Li.C.u. h '
take in Partneirship Irr. J';Ns;. REi .EnRt :ul. t i
continue to transact COMIMISSION BUS1.E; :z
at .Xf!a!ca',- under the i';r. of
F i... .. twenty year experirin e,
d' ' e s'oeictis fur his J.p'ili| i-
ment a contintance of the patronnuae of the Mcr-
chantsofthe United Stales, rcfe-l'rr'ina witli confi-
dence to tle icferent persoils with wlm ihe m nsliahad
tnansactions ; and to tse general character of the
Fruit and Wine bearingg his Stamp. May v'29.
iT'.i'. Subscriber respectfully begs lenav to ie -
,. the Citizens of Boston, that he will puh-
lish in the course of a few months, TWO VIEWS
--of the above-naned street-onet taken from the
Hat-Store ofr. IvrssiNGER, Jiti. ..'..
the, end -f -- f -.. h--le other to be t t .1 .. 11
the end i\ 1... looking into Ceornhill-in-
cluding the Ohi State-House. In this View. the
Merchants will be introduced upon 'Chlmnee. They
will be engraved in a'superior style i, :.i. ''.. -
its L SMtiTu-i he pair, piniw, will I. ,.. .".:
if coloured. They will be dedicaid to the citizens
of Boston, on whose generosity he relies for a shar.o-
of patronage and support.
N. B.-Oin View is already done, and may be.
seen at Merchants' Hall. June 19.
SR. CART ,- .1 it!' informs hlisfriendcf
J-. and the .t i.. i i.. .,. Second Quarter will'
com m ene on .URSDAY, 12thl July next, at his-
Hall, No. 34I, HIanover-street. Terms ts us ual-
lMr. C. requests those parents who intend honoring
himn withthe tuition of their children, to make ap-
plication on or before the abovenientioned day.
.Tune 19.
of .Londoit, continue to Insute
.) Buildings, Furniture, Merchan-
Sdize, and other property, from
S-, Loss and Damage i i,. i
S'the several Ciles I l...,vns
S in the U. States 0f America-
U. ".. -- also Ships in Port and the
Ush J cargoes. nThe condition and
c ts n or xiUrance may be learnt upon applica-
tion to tile I :.1, il., Conli:any's authorized
Agehii in th .-' '*.-.. and will be found as
moderate and equitable as those of any other Com-
pany. 'riThe policies of this Company guarantee to
the' assured the whole amount of hils loss upon the
property insured, and are not like tie policies of.
some institutions, in which every person is liable to,
be called upon to make good the losses of others ;
neither does this Company require that the whole
value of the property shall he insured or otherwise
the party be entitled to recover onlyppro rata part.
In all'cases the Company undertake to indeimify
the as sured to the funl extent of the real loss, not
.-?,: 'I. f c suml assured.
.' .. and resources of the Company art.
well known, and have stood the test of long and ex-
tensisve experience--
Tim rates of Premium are calculated in reference
to the actual risk of '-.."rt" "'ti are as low as 25
cents per 100 dollars .... i* hazards of th"l.l
best description-i i'reasBg proportionably forrisks,
of a more liaztardous .tnalure. iasurIance may be
made for one or mure years or for a shorter period.
May 2. JOSEPH OTIS, Agent.

IESSRS. DAM & HARDY would most re-
.*1 ..f ',, 'nt)r the Ladies and-Gentlemen,
of Bost. ', ii P ': i:, Morning School ior teaching
Penmanslhip, commienced the 21st of iMay.-LTh-
hours will be from 5 to 7 o'clock. Those Ladjes &
Gentlemen who may think proper to attend this
Class, will please to make application ia due season,.
as several. ': 1 ..' 1.i l TheiDay School
w ill contin .... ... j. ,., ,,. I :., :' ,...n -. J L ,r..!.
Education. Parents and Guardias,who may think
proper to place children undyr their care, may rest
assured that every exertion will be made to please-
and profit.;
Their School Room is No.. 38, Market-street, en-
trance from Franklin Avenue. tf. M. 8.
1 1-., lth ".i.,.,..,. ,l tl ,.,, -,,il I* -,
I appointed by th lie Ho. \\"' ,s.1,\,' v.d, j.L',.
Judte of the Probate of Wills, Ic. for the Comit;-
of i i ... .al, to receive and examine the Claims of
the several -reditors to the Estate of
late of Scituate, in said county, Yeoman, deceased,.
represented insolvent, and'six months being allowed
them for that purpose, hereby give notice, that they
shall attend for the purpose of receiving said Clalims
at the house of Snow Bryant, Innholder, in Scitu-
ate, from three to six o'clock i n the afternoons of
the last Saturdays in June and Augist, 182l.
Scit!ate, .'pril I6th, 18l. [June 12.]
JOT1CE is hereby given, That tihe
S. Sutibscriberhas l .:. .i ..i .,i Admin-
istrator of the Goods ,i ,-i i '. .-.l
late of Boston, in thIe County of Suffolk, Trader,
deceased, and has talenmupon himself that trupt by
giving bonds as the law directs. And all personal
having demands upon the ELtate of the said WItL-
IA SN'AIT'I, are required to exhibit the sume ; and
all persons indebted to the said Estate, are called
upon tominakc e-r.'.t 1-.,
W I T.i ".'..1 i i. : .i:, Administrator.
Boston, June 11, 1821.
-ITOTICE is hereby given, That the
1 Subscribers have been duly appointed Execu-
tors of the last Will and Testament of
late of o:robuir/, in the County ,. ', hlusband-
man, deceased, and have taken upon themselves,
that trust, by giving bonds as the law directs. And
all persons having demands upon the Estate of the
said Thomas Weld, are required to exhibit the
same ; and all persons indebted to the said Estate,
are called upon to make payment to
SFitEDERICK WELD, E .ecutors-
June 12. 1821.
'!' i is hereby given, That the
,-* sosriser has been duly appointed Adminis-
trator of the Goods and Estate of
late of Boston, in the Countysof : : Al;riner,
deceased, ind has taken upon himself that-tiust. by
giving bonds, as the law directs. And all per'sans
having demands upon the Eitiate of th' said Jacon
LvYcu.M, are required to exhibit tihe samine :an and il
persons indebted oin the said Estate, are called upet
to make payment to
JOSEPH HICKS, Admiiistrato!r.
Bo.,ton, Jw;e 15, 1821. J. 19.
Federal-street Boarding Houttse,
[t" ". Chan nin s .t ] ]
S ,l,.',;. i t iI respect i'uli .'. tiron-
a. ge of the public and stn",ger's .v'isiting Ji;-
ton; lihe has every convenience for thile accommoda-
tion of steady boarders, also for ii-ns'iniit enes,
*upot reasonable terms. A ftauil might be :ciar-
at,' fron li otler boardels, hait a li'.adt.o;nt,
suit of rooms that lie could dispose of-t!' apart -
nlents are commodious and healthy, it hats l;ing
been an established boarding house, hut a few i'nn-
utes walk frurthe centre of busincs.
May 29. coplf.
T O BE LET-That tpted H ALL. No. 23,Han-
over-street, lately occupied by Mr. Haddock,
for the Androidles. Persons tiave lling witli Exiti-
liitlion' will find it to their advantage to call at thei
above lilace, as it his been within svcen ninnthi.
visited by upwards ofsifxlet thi'sand of the niost te-
spctablle clase-ics of people, and is lict eforenoted for
a place of public exhibition, tf. May II.
TO BE LET-A convenient BIrick
HOUSE, situated near Mount Vernon, (Bel!-
kna]p-sttrect) recently occupied by Mr. Eul.rsiAl.rT
LI. DD. dccetsd, having a good well of water, rain
water cistern, nood-holiuse, an d pti ed yard.
.Afso-Store No. 35, Central -ttharf, acconenidat.

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