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: October 5, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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FOR THE PALLADIUM., Wve have looked, with much -,l. .... over the LONDON, AUo..11. LEXINGTON, (KEN.) SrEPT. 17.
S. --- book which Judge Freeman has'lately presented to His Majesty, immediately after his Corona- The Legislature of T-etiessee will meet at Mur-
Reply to'orrrtlions ul-n Remarks" the public, and think the public are much indebted lion, commissioned Sir T. Lawrence, President "'..- ,,-i- i.i-.i.. 'he endorsement law, whicli
int lie ',ntiael r, let anl 8/t Sep. to him for the fidelity and industry with whichI he of the Royal Academy, to paint a new Portrait .. ... ,,conhstituto nal the suptoit of
Sh d has executed the task he imposed upon himself.- t. and Bank. and lthe lectioll o f a Seniitor to
IT is said that in aley vs. Stubbs, te coun- he bedfo u ,. im.d. imelf.- of him in his Corontation robes, and seated in C.n, ,. .bjlee. ..,- ..-.. .-
l for the aeedatltttLted dint. i-oplo vii dcs n-The ]liek before usws.i ,c -. d '. upre- St. Edward's Chait, with the crowtof tfngland-t"
eel for the defendant stated, that 4 replevin does serve the remembrar.:c .[' it,he l. i Mr -r.noihthe in ', *,. ,;thatu T .. ,..
ote iodnhs nead, RttU the sceptre in his handh, tor,) should lie ICcae cndid; te, will met Citlioppo-
aeotlie except for owners of goods distrained f" first settled minister of this town, and a few otherupon his T.."ea', dd Us tor,)shou'dheleacadidewileeL.itoppo-i
and that in the first sentence of the second par- ;..d. -i-,I..t f.,, touching thei history ofhis place li e appeared enthroned in the Abbey. T he PiC sitior ,' 1.. ,C '-.u.h ee. r to be Ire-elected. e is a
graph of Judge Parsons' opinion, the words anud vicinity ; bhut the faithful and ti, ... ,,, ....r tuti'e, which is of et n itiu. to admit the man i .- i .,; ,i;, and all hough sotmittimes a little
general and special tire th im ortant words, has elar.-.. pl ... and given ub- ,. ..1 a varc ,: ........ ,," ., ,, i lar advanced, ;perverse in his political course,he is tod valuable a
id l ot thi e s' ^ d sro y tiken.' The mlntiona i, I ..- tj history of our county and and I ,',u,, ',ll I., ,,- mtost suicces-sf t'O le er o be lightly put aside.
dicriinaion tat ci to e a difference State conectigwithit some interesting anecdotes thepetci o the Pt'es deit. It p roses fat I r
point ...' wx-ibh illustrate the mactirs of theino oldelt time." excel in rna;thiiceice and sluhindrur the fit. Extrtcd front a letter wrileno by a respoclablekgest-
S.,' iL,' ol, ts podift otl importanece, ann ex- This task, it must be believed, the tJudge is sig- nous pictures of nlie 'Pope by o thIe san,!e artist, ie- ttenuan of Philaddelphii, in cnverer to elafriend in
i.. ,.,1 t s,,, (nis it terence lies, tlolts larly qualified to execute, when it is known tilt lie .. .; I, ,, laiestly WIeI finiisled, it is the Kienlttcky.
either for implicit confidence or to have its ac- wants 36 years Register of Probate,.17 Judge of Pro. r t ducae of PHADELPHIA An. 14,182
curacy questioned. To he general reader and of he ha.t. various eorp .e1Ctn in t, e U"ted Deasr Sir, 4,
'o thlln legal, these expressions apparently are town, several years a Represeufative to the.Provin- t 1 I have obtained all the information I deeDn
o if I| i portatice, being all words of exact cml Congress and Secretary of that body, and one Ki oC nceessary to atisvcr the inquiries wlhi vou haile
S. ..11 anr a e accurate, ..i.i .i. .... and of ihe committee of inspection in this place, in the . -,,.l. i. l. o vo nel on I or l hc
cotiplete d.iinition. 'Wi thdraw either phrase arly part of oi revohltiO. A Constiutional \ .... ., i il it appears has Com a i's i,
.nd youmake the rctuintig sentence alike i The first half of the Jtudge's book is oeeupicd by started p IIi Pars, suggested y ihe. Consislh- ,. .-. eta, 1 i. that,f t. s
-sensile. I extracts Iro-n thie journals of thle Rev. Mr. Smillt, tional Associaltion of Londodn. Ile P'relcn, ,, i I,.i,, h,' ,,1.I ely suospetded the iws'-it
The or" er" i s f their s were andcontlain iltei'esling notices of occurrences is like the English confrateritly, profes e ri h .- 'h ,e .. tiepe and coi') in d Li,'
s .1"' h '- t "iui uf.r,, "w-rt Alt, tIlv took place from the year 1719 to 178 ; and no object biut dull ,- .:- if the Ailar, ta calls for he special purpose of ,,' :.
r ..r., 1. 1 cointrdistine ion from he I serving it g ecoid of tiny -events, well ca Tlhrone, and the ( i. .. -hn they ire, ir arnis, there catn he -no doubtI .... -t. eal
Word ,,,r, 'a', .- l',hy lhe counsel.' ihat this culat.ed to assisthle future historian .of this section fiat,,,'un,,dte t .mkf i{...1ty, f le King's pei- ,,,,,, loan here of efrom eo00,000 ro 1h,000
ord owiters, was int fact used iby thie c counsel, ofthe counitry.y and also of itself, to instruct and a- s on. e ,'.-h m.."f Io, i t n i demin'se. a hi- I .,1- -,....t"i-,it'.hmor otha five percent. tad pa1y-
-Tests to n i. I-t lhe antlithoriHly ofthe Cepor- m1ase whoever shall be induced to peruse it. The son, .-at able ia such instai. 'ulr as wotutld have ntaid ithe
-Ii- c statla sas wsoultd I lestuathifie
tler. O( le .. to a word, of reporter following extracts from the journal will show the t .' he 'l -'s I ,.e.. d'Arto.... T',b a mon l t i s ,,eh tt, to her. But as thie Di ecto-s
It 1. ii.... i oftlh t ". plan ofhis pars t ofthe hook. have raised subseriptions to a la'geamouno t to ofu., u.. I.. -k..'h i .. sirike and pay
The word is not material where it occurs in tbe Oct. 31, 1744. Mir. Pc:n,.i,, i',- .i,,; 1 w by ilc~ I .. ... i,i.. l ,. they cannot and will ot pay
report: Strike ouit the words 1 owners of' attd to see me, to oppose Mr. \Vl. I ,,hl'-. .l... oi i' properly sequestered and sold du ," ,,i 'i. Ill,, ,I ,ldel,ts, I am anihorized to say
the' sentence reads, rteplevin does not lie ex- The Parish tuelike to bli e rl i... ..o....,, ., ].lion.T 'heir design, a, s atied by tihemnselves, ,h ,.- ,., ,,. ,, credityou wish, beca, ti'
It.pt for goods distralined," and thus gives the Mr. Whitfield's coming, the leading men violently is, to show tle necessity antd legality of file nerchantsiand linkters, and indeed all the I .
whole subsance of the point tit tkenlyc osipin Rssing. demand of an intenttity for the property soldh formed -pt,-t-, ,-. "e tof the opinttit, that the
A solemn judicial op inio is here, for the first ov. 2. I am much about with the people to by the State, and for all other legitimate claims policy .1 ii-,,,.- .I...:.... when the bank cannot
solemn ical opinion is or te irst quiet them with respect to Mr. Whiltield. -to be pursued by all legal means against whom pay her just debts, is at war with sound, honest
time, attempted to be subjected to a constrtc- lSept oi 1745. Public Fast on account of the it may concern, in the name of f*, ...,i_ Iu or principles, ;f not with coamon a sense I is lately
(ion, turning, not on the v words in that opinion, i L,,,),,,i ,ir People seem wonderfully spirited to olher dispossessed Frenchmen." l;. .1t i. irn- said (but I suppose by the vay of' apology) that
bit on a word it. i,, I...., sketch of an ar'- go out tfter the Indians. Four companies in this possible to touch the purchasers of national '"",," '" -nmi-t expected, if not re(air'ed, the
munenti, imt-all ..iIt.,[,il t,..i- Ieen, by th Judge t own,and many more in other towns are filing for It'oerty iti Fracee, w.th,, _'i uI, the rev- ...J 1.h.: 8 1.. 1 ,. I ,. to strike a dividend.
till the volume was. in print that contains it. It ;i. rh..,.i...miir.i ffer 400 for the scalp of a oluiiny interesslr ae ,: tt r.,up -- t. ithat it .- ',-.'d h I. |,hieved here, because die adminis-
is a practice with judges, when their opinionri i.'.. i- .- 'h. -.. i att heir owne xpense,nait i iula'yinteresns by I.. s'rN"I. :, r.l--itad trataionwo.ivtld,byssuchrequisilion,fnirrinishtliheistronig-
tunrns in any degree on time targunenti of counsel, t .0 0t -, : ...1.- 5 provision fr-om the Prov- e ouy li h dit "'i;-w beI ii. I. ',. i, itmi,. e .l ttid ....... ,. .. i.;, i,. .... .,,,
to in0corlorate that argument with fieiopinionItoiie'e.-- s t .%''s--11i 1t--1 l .... The te ol'- iI.,i-_-f,'., lo., uk silh
itsf, to r akeitit form p oftheir own uridi- o21, 1747. The Indians to-day'(about 10) i I ..s. v it and alogetherdep ed :, of yonr Legisl-
Cal text, so that nothing a be l eft to re- killed Mr. Foster and carried away his wife and maturity, and a higotted devotee in his advan- ture.- Should they ,. i -a I,, good faitli, to sell
lortes. That this n as leu Parsonsto rc- six children. They killed several cattle. Our cod age, but in other respects a harmless char- all yourvacant landsfor specie andcommonwealth's
pres. folks pursued them. i i.s. ,v. Ore were 50. acter, istheiir sheet anchor. paper, (at some short given time) to take up her
tlice, see a shote of instances in this volume. In I March 15, 1750. ...... F ,' -Had uncomumon notes issued, and issue no more, until she can atc-
this very case the Chief Justice commences his h .. .... ..- ,,. hour in each of lhie first praypi's Extrait of a letter dated Naples, July 20':- quire small specie capital, to enable her to pay
opinion with his usual pirecauiion of stating for i 1 L ... .. i 1:. .-and more discouraged before Boreli, Poerio, and nmaln -,rie d; li, i. d specie for her new issues, there can be no doubt off
himself the w irsiuitnl ni of counsel to wshiel he the dayt came ; my voice, freedom and fluency, be- ,chainaiehs, has- at r. "'.- Iis'. I 1 her obtaining a loan here to a very corisiderable a-
Smeant lhttit ,-,;i,,.. ...i. apply. The defendant it' all one. cnt, and on good es. It will however re-.
to support his plea hias argued, that replevi April 1.1751. It is a melancholy time as cv- prison, (without, so I.- ,. 1 ki ..iI, -..'t1 -'. I-ha -,,rn-i il actof the Legislature to authorize
at common law does not lic less where goods r the yknew 1- Onccountothegreat chge being preferrd ti iit I tn- ..
aire taken by distress as a pledge." Next fol- convulsion and per-plexities relating to a medium, derstand they are to be iil,%-hd t., I:-.:-.,-, P rus- -- O ..,,0---
los his answer. Bnt the reporter's words are sometowns not having raised any. ,,.- for public sia or Austria, at their option, on giving security NEW-YORK, OCT. 1.
o'siefenedu to t ose ofBi the "'ueh TI' hey s rit thae taxes, notir chosen oth cers. 2d. l respect to for their good behaviour With lhe burden of Greien Rnoon Itnlelligence.--The Albion, whieh is
r'cferied to ose of the Jge. t i a ai ulti tihinsdiau T tideic fee. 40,0u0 Austi-an, the expeungditureh hout rly exiteIteddi will b iritg ous t Mr. Price, aud nuch s
present purpose better. The latter has not the 4t. The coduess ad wetness of the'Spritg. .' exc s 40i iAustrians, te ,-pni' o hourly expected, willbring out Mr. Priceaand such
word ouners.I I: Ti, mode of treating the opiu- Marchl24, 752. We hear theisunai lPX spreads country, and great ability is ,:. c i'.:, to make had thie god fortune to engage. The great obsta-
iota ige _. aBt,. .p..a.sall property are ods a r to.i .', t. ..h......oipts aside inow he most of on tays asnd it ieed, n- e it priocuring performers of merit from ngland,
e'. '.. ..... '., t ... i.-. ., .... .... ,, The streets desolate, many of the shops 'hut up,and ,. 1 1 t ..- s b' ie it. n i -i at a t isa dread t la i slig t. i. ,.
cr-.ii.: iu J.,:,h s ..1.i. ,I -s l,.tt iu .. t,,, ,-, | the people universally spend their uime toattend the p"s'' l it '" I.I I.i,"' hthe i.- *. ca- l t ..... ..-". a less fit-
o' wne ship means 0.,'. ., 1.. ,. 1 *1.. i1 -s 1W o i b p: i) ble eegagementat ho e. Mr. P hilipps, it is ascer-"
Se pt. 27, 1759. There are 136 Houses upon this itor. we arle.c" l,.li 'ler, a:.1 government tai ed will tke ps'tge in Ph l Albiot" His former-
may be general or special, and proprietors o nee besides Tcker'S shop, Peleble's ad Bang's carry everything wiitl a high hand--when I add su cessis te best criterion of the taste of our audi-
i. owners nah. I ,. .,: V,:r ,1 or special. Fu'rt own- at Voltare Rueau, and d'Alembert w ere ene ; ands,indepedent of his vocal powers, his tal-
e's is as nit ;',-r i ,.-,.. 1W o doubts that, re- a c.2tbie, in hemaid t e fort.d 22 o li la lely burnt by the -.ul,.b ,..' .,. i,-. r 1 d ent as an acltur, and his music cal science, u i;.
plevi n holes for the special owner of goods dis- year past. e y ginuth II contribute to give 'laueing recepi i on, will t.,as
trained? WI,., ;.i,,i..n..n lerc? Gene- May 18th and 19th, 17CC. We i ?d an ex- contribute to give a judicious impulse to public taste
ted? Wh,, c.,,, ,b a.. heit, Geowne- Ma 18thofrmand t 1766. We d rpal n x- The following trait of the sister of Prince in wht lad in the Opera ine
tal ai c-,im.Il ,I,,, h.... ',,.,, I-s well of ossn- illa, confirmaion. of t e repeal ofthe sttuip I' -,.. ile reeorled. Sie s'nt \.,- .. utot heard shat ladies itts Opera line
',, .. ,.t.....C~o totialetter, in whio na a favorite auxiliary.
S IIn this senhteime ti 'leearneld judge," it is ', . I.- -- ,- is I' t .. i-v letSet, in, thet she o ( l r of ilh southerns.
id, denies t[he principle advanced by coun- o. o,,,- l' i- .. *u a*' I sihd' some th d res "- tiet-sise would ratt'er be a usrvailt ;nt st._s, atI, it .ew'Oueans Mu. o ..titr
sel Itch repli ies ot hy S th- t of ners, and t bonfire, a d eluge of ddrunkemness. reece liberated, than a Prin"css in Greece the same desti.ion. Mr. Boot has terminated

em gotal toispecm' Not' could such counsel thro, Iia:cock,; .i. i -h,:,.t .... Celf. LI a Bul -eru Itt Sitih es --ut--a o
ut thhe now Chief.uttice Mel en ever mean to iui-Hincock ..... *. i ', sailed for Kenne- shiv sa tl i -,iettos tig-,o Extrs if, r llr totyo Elieor of ihe Norfolk
gal 1....tnat l ..i.ili e o lm, lor t replevin During the revolution, te joinal contains noti- D. Bartholomew, C.B. lier com'nder, died w hist Buetos Ayres las been, in amn insuled state
lies only for (he ontr. I cs of tinteresing cveness sthey traispi-ed, buut in the prosecution ...-i.. .. d.'...i, a thie Isliid of oliesonling to a expected invasion by Carer wit some
It hsd been aid that to mke the clause in e have no; room for hrther *-ir>ei ee have hivo. on the 19'ii I F.. ... i.*, .-i; buti the survey Itndiants, arnd Rumireo witl troops which, had. sepa.
we'ricg .uon dge Parsons lavlwn his lgener 1 t bi' able to do jusic ti. .l,.- ...,, even b of litheo i .' oi .....pleted. She rated tliemsclvs 1, *.i ,su. u command. The gov--
hrlmui e 1 e' press ituat ias bv him under- shse u 6hich we have made, our object has beI' touchIed at tltie C e. ', ,c.. r .l \ it Islanitd, cand e m lt thien geav i -1 i1I their ch-oict, either
tsiou the words, onlis, shoutli fohel sl the hr se chiefly to give an id. a of .hisa pirt 1of it. The unl- lse Wesi Coast of Africa, fronm Cdape adajor o ti to ake up arms, r .'.' lor leave te city,r
custody of the l. Be it sol, if oir g l loie I et: is tada 'n Auugsust, 1779: We bought Cap' Blanc,, and frot Goree to Cape lRoxo. Slhe which last e ee o ie on th point ofdouiig,b me1821.
io)tyoed, t he i o rsema esst toeteby ltrerd. I.sue phser tomey;fultro ttl that nte vanr at t.c 25t 1.e ..nin'i .. .... :.eport e s oI..atte cnin t Govetnmor of Saute Fe, Lopz, cain e to
It had been said'b me te is Ihetey tltas mete mhc st I,',.' n --,eao t, mfor.fi .r i ,-.- w i' hued y-o Ia.a I.h f,1i .. i. foud ili wultd t gie i. ''I t t e anici t h iirae was dsaiven

'wexept .hde Pars he iinla v i j o isst ex halted friV exetod- o ljust 9-c yerI....ofhis age. veV o tding Iemo station, these not from any disease d t .i'e; e h.d oatkir'ishing, hut hen e is to

rtionc,) sit",hn tIme ointsins ot a feb i i nesu is ity 'I slntatisetinitI [)i of steci u -oek coultaics nut ac prevalnt' in i i' i *i. t.I u l.i.: ''le Levet I J.-' .-u'i In.' -ing efe tiII' 1 Gln iG.:i.t. i
osupplyng those wordsor t"hue like,madeho consist cmi-t oft. st- leu.uc of ictnhmo h na i ihthe fouI e n d t I <.... i. l... i settlers for it' I lias been ciI.sle"1. ....le .t I, .ed ... to there
"s that tht e woriere.h un,,ot mttito u .~i hIe la'v. i, ati- ieat if ul' tthis i. t .1 i.I- the ,e tes Coato was expecfid lto haoe had Benos-Ayres it t his taer-
flt oflet ti a ,...II ,o ......,I ,.l usou tw ti he Rev. lv s ai. Br- tits foS nte coo ne tioht of Louis XVIItt Tap ey wich h last the ostsesie object of tk is olg,butRoos fom

the uod-on elaw1. This swa i. ..." .., to the ants one u itrd, and car19 ed a barrel fuis of cider -auz, Isd of Tecr;, o e ner-ust int 1 wfre mte.Sin puishen Rami-
statute, but denied as to there common latr The ro a canoe to the soe. The sartie ae guna is now The powers. with whic the King of Port.t al ehas 'e adte Governor of Sa ii teFe, Lopez, ca u -to
tltet muaken thue supeey, fsr he sake of c- i, he A.e a it F dien histor.... of thi Im'dian invested the pnI. e -oyal its regent of uthe granils vep mt eernfeor i sT toe o r more stable

,is n ot ettte ioe,.h, is-h ,, a e -s, li, d ih Fa-omuth w ie s engaged, ,om 1675 are ferI extensive. ey ca lthocter into offean"ive footi,.eg n ay that ha lately existed.' o -- r
ts rconstraict w i mAter ollow m9.1. antidefensive .yarin cases where a del.y for shun -
Jets.o etonorcoiasilvdr .nd_,-lltoiawassent texepditwa o e ae hexnlediju at e nt irnSusalt 'xe te d I94 'yeariofhlsa- ag e 'i Ihi' inus htai o eie rn rtashn o tn i yotiem a prinydsese rnnch p ,tc ra hdtsome ski'r ms ing, butthtet is no

.frmseannie book i England or .tiirica (15 & 16 sing wiih an account of fihe famous bhttlee of Lovell helca thake trucesuien of y oister provisional treaty, t iated Sept go i u i. St
Mass. on Reportsh ex ssted) ca lew produced isy ith lte untdians a r Pigowace i ains 1725. t e enemin "eso, t 1 e Lve I he, ,itea lerge tedCalhi t.. ent ofcot-suc
supplinguthoseordso t e e, i ad i. to.. I- It. tC Judge F Irtsenil, in te oik efore u, l iths morte foun ing :Ll, e.,t.sttlrsfor R, (as s lea.e atilu e t of a on e
pereetywithwhprt"eced:e.s. T"'ee, lhsto'v:o, s several. ,t,'91..-.J,,Porusar l a .t guese ; adjust at tetiinehe

sthaI the .r. s.-.., .'..'...-- to thi felfied Its aromtise to the ic d hile e Thexpeed to a first article of mechandiz anded at th it ou ive had Bueatios-Ayres rt has nte

ibe added. w hasir furntiihhed muct ilJt1 1'.1. i[.ie ,inun, e.t a very Prince Regents Dock, Liverpool, (wihchl was o- im iainto of ti sea ted to
But, wit if Judge Parsons e an autorit in low price, he has es.tia.,..l ofth Re ..... indus- tened for st timeon the day of the coronat- iud uof adaLouisXV ou t as kitroops from
sip.ort of the point ? H is na u alone yc ot e ad caefu research, wlich entitle him to pae tion,) was a bag of Georgia bowed Cottoni, rome ..i.t nst iu s tool e pao. o" ge K n
go. tho e nature of.thin ....., ak. thit a. pae of th community. itte an, ofthe same spirit se s to exist ; a n Savanahe w ,, t rope,d accounts have reached
s h- ailed..,'',. e,' .l.tu l-er.- ,, ,"st-nmyttissm-.n-trengthiofa tyrfar hinr-e t"ial s andi'paradesA ndsuch .. .. d

llch i t law, 0000 -- veneebarrel ectaors ustom uthore verzes. "The period o f t Buwenty years, except anod ri-
Tius far in answer to the Communication on the nFROM THesit CONCTICT COURAm po cwTpgipo ha douuinPs l idt.i.i "..o .' m auillatiy tso lhine Ottahi as.
writer's rast n number in the Centinel of lsth a it. OC2'OBE. The school of mtuatl instruction for Jews.s estab- For this imPorlant and aluuableaciuisitioi th na
[-ro suel CONTIrBEDI.j Tiu man who well Iimproves his time and keeps lished at Metz, is in a very prosperous suite. A tion stands indebted to the peculiar talents and per--
oteta st up up with his business, is out of thei sheriff's reach.- great i number of pe ils r hae alrnaredy been atppren se'eraece oft Gov. Cass, a ..:it .. t it. tiinenttly

tunas mdtid girl t'a 'ep-e by- i-eu- mimi, utid h-the ; or trshe his ocha red asoid e mechanical professions, wi soon be entirely cts I ever r and il, at no distant per-
t tua-< it. 'r St -e bt guouid, and e-- e lis apples to rot i e eeds nd doe ay otid, become ve aunant and la rodtey existed., a it is

Sthie otess nt o hi a i gras, ytiou ma rational coclde he hs go nddefnsie to war, in ast descripteson to a deqeluire but a fees year a deletyforthe
J pdgegive a nerfeet seaideiinsioionrwithonut'I, ,.-.t.i..lit.tles"giking'stotdeuswoudh)eattendedwithinjuryto the.

t' t ei, 'a'ie u, and e stid n n ss a urk with his te. m ti. ao... y or co"s'a.bleto kiOnegd of the ebdomadazi l scribes of Whpitehaven tic'E t d littler labor to give it te atppearance
Skae o-Iu tr inm' h -am n i. l sadu,' tta ,ne t -i aost a execute on which lied ot uc, a ai nore, o oce i eig ifroed a otheia po itna of n lttleient It it once it great -
iike s oriuta mi i-situ, imat fotod el aI'' ,adL!nt01 Suffer o the lhabor lo lie host Napolno, observed, -i Shu utmo-n s ech advantages ant facilities, which to tie agrctu-
girl ff), ISmu bound Eto te glnemiam ofe hu is a d s g;wmih alysaed uonhei fous ehart-e opiu dts' ove Then,.sir, the great the smnuate. .isead! t he treaty h ld at Chicago th e United States
shlowing(I.. -, .I ", h ..... or Jud g'eFeemanSin m teworkbefo.reutie,,,astmore-

Whethtmh Aoild mtari y ",o ot shan't say, for w anre ny a afulfs uibedo t,1 iy l o murd i spi-o m s t r o aee ton he oi n s
sI ever pi oimueinciuhit s mby lis tured mould y oe a ousa yecir. It is ey easy .. '' l by PARIS, ie ULY 2t l ehion f un ilaolst, ( t iproi, l re th Mond -
it.' 'I'l ettle thst sorty said thi dnd I g niu ple ich ,ould 1 e Pr .- The Maeid Gaette, ofJck ly 7iver h, ool taiw s ever-i was .

hadvig now continued for 28 years. Phia. Balance. gaon of n watr, clo i too gift or the King a t.ird sets forth, that the arch- erator,) the Coaoumitee appointed at i former
----whi 00000ude Parsons e a tight, and the ork is soon done. yo mae ci- bishops, bishops, and other ecclesiastical dignita- meeting on th proposed tofree school for Afvei-
American Leghorns.-We have been much grati- der for your own use, a little extra labor and care les, appointed by the government, cannot he nomn- cans,reported verbally, that in the present shate
'fled by the inspection of three straw hats, for ladies, will be richly compensated by its superior hfaver itatuid deputies of thUe irouinces where their dio- of public opinion, it is inexpedient to proceed
suort oted fro tt ? His neer grassme alone 'cannotws n and clearne ress-i r o swl tice t le him toitn cease is situated. further in the business.
-our comn s, by Miss l t otchkiss, of Poughhcepsic. fe' yeits command an adianiced price. Thte semite EDN BUpl ro GH, At 1. e uar
.On comparing these hats with some ofthe finest im- observation will apply to whatever articles you iur- tieGHs AaiOttawasy the Unit 13. l O ed State-du
orte Lghorns, e were focibly struck with e ni or the market. Ifu have castle, corn flax Saturday evening a singular circumstance tweMOars, except ad ir9
'-superiority of the former over the latter as to ex- or an kind of grain to sell, delay not oAo lon"-, ho took ice i Charles-street. A excavation At the-presen term of th Superit r Court inOttawa Exes.
ure tey, in fact, only want a lile mre finish to 15pinthg to othbtain a higher Thprice. By schoolthis ace d made or te foundation of anestab- r,Dthiel odgkian wand varraiged fortihe murderof
ender thm, in every respect, better aThticle than many farmers improves have lost uch,keeps sl t atw have house th zereis tie ack vepart of spewhichu cae in John Weeks,Es. in Greelad,in May lat. When
the highest priced Italian hats brought to this coun- gained any thins. During of the ime youriff's reaco- cgreontact it a louse of one story, occupied required by te crk to plead to t idictmen, he
try; and encoragement is all tha is required to ice lies o hand itisin destyour way, uand is constant- partly as a dwelling-house and parly as a coach answered, is true Ired tihegu."-Hisn n pear-
Simpecede te ineoductioane oa A tnl is forwigas ltxu'ePy, ly- 1 -,veramtin and bird various ohie as o; you hstua d rtge okme ad just w retired a fe n i Court alpayiudicatigsympto im-

femalepart of community, and greatly root our dusrofessions with econom will sooy and you will soon e eill have bu little wll houe ded itselrom the and will at no distant per
national prosperity. V'. Y. Adv. reason to complain of hard- tines heavy taxes or aned sli ow in a so mass uto the area alot- AGlaoe
'ae- uy____ r a ted for the nei foundation, a depth if about hA tagow paper mentions letters feiom an Etng-
A Baltimore office article says, there have ocl )av o osr six feet elow its own foundion-bt lls travellr in America (a Mr. Prenticee nowti de-
Surted nt;uce the21stofJue,23ocasofmaig r Te Convection of have passed a f li. it t a gentle icination an of the deat eoasf ) tic i s a a ll

Thaprice of black currants is in Edinburh mar- ma'oung, and wlich is said to taouunt to the esab- had just been detachcd-and without injuring only enters or faults."
ket twice that of red or whit. Theuice of black Aisueit of unived irsa swo-rage. A motion wil, ho- in te smallest dgre te astonished and teeandthe fine waters
euunitsi u favorite ingredient for tuOshi int Scot- ceris ids cud, bc nuatle uo exclude all colourod peam. riled iamates, left thema exposed to the public The Marine Honpital at Bthu lma bta n It ened ;
awdd Ir. l uo d. ar oe poi srom taye beanrIt wtfhi. wiiadBeitainm D. BartlestM.D. aptotat d SMrgeont-


Directors oj'thIe. f. ..... ', -' the curreid year'
Uiosn-Tlhomas I...'t'i.r..iv Jonathan Amnory
G .,,,: .,, ... ,.. V;ll D .:h.,,". ,,,,.'lF ales'
J .,.. ... r. ,, .... (.. ....... ir ,. .0O din'
S i .. i r, .., L sn t. .ii.. i W est,
Jerecmiu utut,
M ., i cs err.' & MVECHANICS'-John Phil-
L-'sui i tndrews, Nailianie) Curtis, Ed-
intt Dwighi, John French, Jonathlan Huir'u 'cll,
T obas L o. d. iIsrael M. ... ,. .. .... .' ,:....."
has U pl l .. 1.%,. % 1
SuF..,.',--l i.-. ,-I Francis, William Apple-
ton, J. bss Belkmnaip, Giorie Bondl, Kirk Bo(,t., h-
ei.ezer Breed, Samuel Hfuhbard,' Patrick T-' .1ak-
i son, i aierI Villiam La r, W a Lawrence, Thomas
Altitley, Daniel P. Parker.
ST try--[Sue last Paper.]
N-'. v -E:;Gi.\Ni> BA.NI:.-N. .Goddard, S. Dorr,
0. Eveetl, E. Gasset, 1N. lall, A. La wrence, J.
Ma.sti;ii, H. [Ricl, L. Shaw, F. Sutinton, G. Trott,
J. I). V' itiani. ..
A AssA ctos'IUTT BANK.-.ChlooDes in J'anuary.

O'..OO ......

I i i..'i 'i fromu eauch CIIlil ie utheattrical i r-
ii -.. i .. I T i ll. '-i h piubi; asti' do
I I I, e, tro i .I I i. i.. .- It
is my firm u ., .,.. .at iftl.. sI .. ., ..f ., ,ew
'M. J ul.. i i i h itt n.le tit trip to Ame,'ri.,
I-u/.'. intfroi Itii'ee thIe iesnt tco'mii y they
could have niuste'red, (inste ol' lakitg hliei frouit
the best companies in England, out of Landon',) Ihee
difference to their treasmuy, at ithl-e fll of itie cur-
tain in Oclober next, would exceed five thousand
pounds. Mi good f '; ...
to ji d nl, tha/it the'i .-.. i ,-
dramatic genius < ', ... _, ;.. ih. ) i -
Iil .l. .' i1 i II'l n, tulh i o01 :i L.Win iui.- 1 ,ini ii .1,1 1 i
I-. ',e s .- I, in Itl 1.-, tiL il .1.1 I su Irim,n
i i,, i I i .0'I r .- i. r.. i ii.. united
SI' .'l'I '' \ i'.. i., ;, r.' i i i l i: i .iely Out
so great, that a sterling actress' of thirty may' be
conutmical or tragical, but lt am sorry to say, it will -be
for her ownu amusement. The'fact is, Ihait, with a
few exceptions, the miserable stuff now introducedd,
does not require genius. Painters, carpenters, and
's '.'..t ,1 II. i pn iI....p ii i:.1 n nIiu u --" ., I if now
anlnh i .. ni i gu.i..n,,' I,| r, p.; onii pn,.i r.cit, it ap-
pears to tie that THALItA wears her maskl, s-,.-. .I
of playing with it; and as to MELPOMIENIE, aI......-
dience now seems to be of Lord Slhaftsbury's opin-l
ion, That gravity is the essence of imposture."-
We have become too wise in London to bestow
tears ont fiction or smiles on wit. Our reasonable
taste seems to hle vitiated ; and we loathe inttv what
we formerly feasted ou. For the rich etter'ta.inmetnts
11, ....j ir. i....: 1,.- ..,i ,iatic board,we now substi-
in'.F i.odli, hr 1iii,: ,i..t ita- n. u an-ie nid childish
l I '.. It, k-, l, ,.h h 'vt l1,-,ii' :,.. hI a gloori
over the scie nce ..fI .,n.. i, ..I i.,.i I.-, a.:. will
either sink its n :\,- -f I .:I .i ........, .,i least
reduce it to its o u l.,.,I ,,ss .iiire. ul i.li. as .. in a
.-.- mo;nOma,,-- .. .
AfT','l,-i -On Tuesday last the 1st Briiade of 1st.
D,,.,.:.,i .-.L.Mass. Militia, under i Gen. Dearborn,
paraded on Billings' Jil.i, Miltun, for inspection
and review.

The Cattle Show and i, lhibitionuof .in ,i.isu- lI
Productions, under the direction of thie ilt.h.it--.'*
County Society, will lb atteundd iat Conuord, this
day. To add to Athe interest on this occasion an
address ill he pronounced by Rufus Houinr, Esq.
of Slow ; anld thie Rev. Mir. "Foster, ouf. Littletoi,
will act as chaplain.
The annual, show of cattle, &c. under the aus-
pices of the Maine Agricultural Society, will take
place at Hallowell, on the last Wednesday of this
mbnihi, (31st inst.)
r We understand that the I'l1,,.h'ii: Machine in-
vented by Mr. FRANcIS of Hlit i.. i ., answers the
description of that invented in Poland, by .1r. Ke-.
haiewsky, mentioned in our lastpaper.
--. -sas *> ,- -'
The Legislature of Missouri have prepared a
memorial to Congress,the object of which is to
p'oecure a cession to that state of the Lead
./ines, an inexhalMustible fund of Wvealth, "says
oneof the Illinois papers," when -i ,i rus ..- :,
i.al Gi. i.r in i, i l n, ,t .i operty they are at pres-
ent." Why they should continue to be worthless
in its hands,.if it discharges its duty, is not so easily
perceived. It should make efforts to turn them to
the best account for the union whose treasury is
not so rich as to warrant the relhquishmcntt of "an
inexhaustible fund of wealth," andl whose probable
loss o the amount of the western' debt lfor public
lands, should be considered as a sufficient sacrifice
for the present.-JVNat. Gaz.
Mr.Pinckney and General Smith, of Mavland,
are candidates for seats in the Senate of the Onited
A-new Sheriff is about to be elected in Baltimore,
and there are nine candidates.
---Ra w00000----
Four stately columns are erecting in New-York
fronting the Park, and are to be surmounted will
the busts of our four first Presidents.
Under one of the columns, the papers of the day,
and many articles were placed. Among the articles
was a large richly cut glass urn, from Jacksoi &
Boggett's factory, by way of showing to posterity
the perfection to which the Arts had arrived in this
country as early as the year 1821.

CA.ALS-an Extract.
The distance from Erie to New-York is about
620 miles-a water communication is opened be-
ween these places, by making a canal of nearly
half that distance.
The distance from Erie to Philadelphia is 620
miles, a similar communication may be opened by
makinIg a cana1 55 miles in length.
The distance from Erie to Baltimore is about 450
miles-a canal ofabout 23 miles long would com-
plete the comm unication by water between these
two places.

From t/he Balimore Patriot.
HoARTa-.--The'six pictures of this painter, en-
titled Manrriage-a-Iat-mode, were put up at Christies,
in London, March l10h, 1792, at 200 guineas ; and
went ont at 50 guinteas a bidding, till it came up to
800 guineas. 'Then the bidding were 20 8,' 10 ieun-
eas a-time, til 900 guineas were bid, and knocked
down at that price, but not sold, they having been
bought in by order of John Femnton Caswthorn.tr IQ.
to whom they were.l.ft biy Mr. Lane, whlo bought
them at Hogarth's sale, for 120 guinens-tltey after-
wards sold, Feb. 22, 1798, to Mr. Angenstern, for
1381. t
A few years since each engraving from the origi-
nal plates, executed by the great artist, or nu'der
his direction, and published by him, would have
brought in this city, at least five dollars. A new e-
dition fromi the oric'inalt platesis now published in
Londont-a copy of which, as far as published, I
have seen at Edward J. Coale's bookstore, wiherel
learn they can be sold for a less inice than if now
subscribed for ia London, a-s lthe subscription tIhere
has considerabhy advanced. Each print upon the
terms offered Itere, will not exceed ,1" 20 ets. A-
mong thie prints received in this cilt y, is that of Gar-
rick in Richard 3d, printed from thle original plate,
an account of which wehavefrom Hogarth himself,
in an engraved fac-simile in Nicol's edition of his
works, in thie following words :-
" The picture fi' om lich the print in question
was takem, was painted from Mr. Garrick. big as
the life, and was sold for two hundred pounds on-
account of its likeness whichiwas the rnson it was'
called, Mr. Garrick in the character of.icha~ird'tha
Third;, aa ni ati;y body else,"'

In North T'T, r,-.',,,, r. it I d C.u.'iier'ofPorT'
land, to Miss ECl .tet. i SDnsi'.., of the bfr-
filer place. .
In Baltimore, Mr. George Y. Kelso, to Miss Et-
lP. B:,.-h, d nlel X ..fr .. 1.,, 1 ln *Lia ,- T:,
IJ)IL 1.
I. i rs .'-' L i. f. ,I' ir J.,:.; a
Wild-M S n.'.t.,. P ,, aed 36.
In ':al.:i, .. rhlld of Mih. Datid Gtrdner, ageed
14 months.

1 o *. t 'l h ,,,r I.', I i.,' l- 1 o tho e o i'
I i .i ..... I 'il, i t oit k in thln
.1)1 I 1.. i in :.ii I 11 a: fo r stov'y house in Bts-
ton, and. wilh two others was ph-ciik' a heaiv stoeo
into tlie building near the eavtes, when the stagillh
.,ase waya, and r'eeipith uld liem to the ,oerd, the
di'.tani'e of letwi een 40 and 50 feet! WIVnide,'fl as
it Itas -eeni, neither of' :hi men were killed : one of
them was so slightly injui d, that he rose and walk-
ed home ; a seo tind, we chinderstaud) thlo he hlaid no
bom- broke, was very badly hrlt, und ias ino pow-
C l o ,t 1.1 i 11 .. I -. *. ,' O ur i ....
Gardner, was miserably wounded; he II ...
1 ,, a I I, -;ih l. aio'ent shock 1o I-, WlI
S, Ii .. i. -...- and oarm broken. He ic-4
carried to to 1he houea in which lie had o'l-d. 'v.-
homle for ntual iv I 'r d1 1 i'.. '.t ,- I
i icnh is very doubtful ; ane d the only mneai.s of ss-
tili,,in liui int Ilis sickness is what is deriveti front
the iolnpatly commisseration and '., ..l'
forth m I,;: in... 1 ,. h., .e-.i condition, L hf .'..
above ii, i. I l, I.- .,1' Ile dysentery at his
brother' h in lii.; town) tr .iriJ ..I ,... 1
pains'; atd the ia otler, li., .1, II I: I m hI ,. i 1
in Boston, for at short tit.. .. ii-S -. : d -1 ,i 1 ...-
'eil to return, .again and leave it wlten in its last aw-
doties. Satem tGaz-.
At Holniesburg, near Phiiladetlphia, Joawph
Thominpson, in the 70th year ofhli -t lin In r it, P
land, catite to this coutntrv ', ICs .... !".'. .' .
which time hlie liii, ;n r ..-.i,.J PIil, ...
counties lie was riil- I.I.i ,,. h1i many chliarit ;i
bestowed oni the pow, ai,.tl i. n h' i4,. I It.uri r i ,
ing'6ftheir distress. The d. i r f, ii li, int ,iit, tI,.I
41, ,; ..fl.i '.wn in this countryV adopted one buy
11 1...1. ,11 3 W. Kennedy, about seven years old,
and three girls, tlI yoting, named Thompson, antd
broughlit then utp as his own, and gave them a good
education ; lie was singularly fond of children, they
all called him grandaddy. On Saturdays lie fre-
qutenily collected them together by .ringing hisbcllt
and placing then in a circle, often more than onia
hundred, pr i'i, ed each -lie ..It' iti., I with a cIak<
without :iimil,' ,n t el uoIar. H. ,,.'.1 to say they
i,-ie ill hii grand-children. Si [j *fiu boys and
'... .. .s gitrs walked:ih [ p... e', n..i, bh in, b Io
mourners ; ie was carried by his masonic brethren
to the methodist burial ground, i'i ii', .11 ;e. ,. J
an appropriate address was delive.diI 1., dI. It.
Mr. Ireland. He has left an aged widow, and ma-
ny sincere friends who lament his denth.

Palhadium U;a'i "v list.

[I'ti'LT OF j;'.'.)TON,.
TUESDAY, QOM. S-Cleared, br r.r. rl"...-.
Westori. Charleston ; schs. BostonjFZ, Fn..." ,*-
inaa n '.";I r S;., It''fiHanana.
'I\ r'"II rI Vt.Y-Cl. ared, schs. Hero, 'Chase,
Mobile : Madeira Packet, Foster,Richlinond ; sloops
Thos. &. Eliza, Gouil, Piovidenct ; Empress, Eas-
ton, Nantucket.
Sril. !. R-..e si,ofP rtsmoullin, .t 'tirsno.n
has I ., i .' f atnr iit. n ii'ni.: .,,.l 'l'.i ,J
dIs. I ., I "- 1, e i ... re w i .. -- .I .
A severe gale was.experimiced at Havana, 15th
lit. 4 PF '.i. :lhipi., Ibouud to Bordeaux, wins total-
ly lost, wi't, I, '- .'.,o aid only two seamen sated,
Sch. Olive 'Branch, Thine. of Hallowell, for Ma.-
raicaybo, sailed from St. 'I ....1..w Aug. 18.
Ship Albert, Salter, of Portsmouth, from Philad,
has ar. at LongIsland, Bahamas. .
The Boston, o. s l.i-.. it. for N. Yoik, few
days, was at St. I ....... .:. I dayssince,
Sell. Havtien, -..no'i, i-,,..: for'Cape Hattie6,
has ar. a! St.t Bati'l!:.
At Monie \,.,'.. JI. 25,. Susan, dis'g.; Coi'a,ua-
eer.; Dve I.\ntwe- p, 8 or 10.,
The Mercator and Betsev, of Salem, were the on.-
ly N., vensfls reported at Bahia, 51 days -ince.-
At Gibraltur, Aug. 13, brig Mary, Pratt, of this
port, for Maliga. few days ; sell. Washington, El-
lis, hence, fotr Nice, do. Ship Francis, Wilhins, of
Salem, 128 days f', Sumatra, and sel. Gen. Brooks,
Preston, ofdo. '" I -'t I 'ena, lhad ar.
Scli. Fame, '1,. I,.- .. NYork, at do. 12th.
The Russin frigate Vosdock has arrived at Lil>
boe, frotm a voyage of discovery.

Sell. TelemAchus, Hitch, of Fairinven, with 69
hbls. oil, wns spoken Aug. 10, off tilhe Western Isl-
ands, and reported thie following vessels to be off
tlie Azores, on the 9th-ships Get). Mai ltha, Mi-
das, Tinioleon. P.,' ;. Columbus, Richmonl, Abi-
: .it, Mnrthlia, n i.I.-.. 1i. Victory, Goed ]'Teturn, Wil.
6. Liv. Packet, 1-ieraldand Barclay, of N..Bedford,
no oil Independp ene, do. 68 bli.s: Ani Alexan-
der, do. 150; Join, of Boston, nothing ; Dawn, N.,
York, do, 1 four Nantucket ships, do. ; brigs Com-
Decatur, 1025 bbls. ; Natutilun, 90 ; Indian Chief,
50 ; Industry, 70 ; Juno, President, Protection, Ania
stel and Planter, nothing ; Industry, of Wes;port,
60 ; schs. Polly 5& Eliza, 75 ; Laura and Eliza Bar-
ker, nothing.
Sch. Warren, 4, days from Kennebutk for Ports
Bieo has been spoken in lit. 39. 35, bIn. l8.
Brig Trader, 7 days from Salem for R:o Janeiro,
was spoken 1Oh ult. Ion. 50.
Sel. Fountain, Hill, 5 days from Portland for
-' il -,I i- i 24th ult. lat.39, 3W loo 70, S0.
'*-,. I.- ,.., vort, has been p. of" C. May.
1, ',7. ..: front this pbrt,wais spoken 28lth
ulh. Cape Cod NW. by N. 18 lea.
Sloop Mechanic was passed on 'the Shoals, 29tlk
tilt. in the afternoon.
Sch. Planter, Drinkwater, of N. Yarmouthl, froa
Phlilad. has ar. at Pensacola.
Brig Matiy-Joan, Purringion, for Darien, adv. to
sail from Savannah 25th uilt.
Schl. Mary-Ana, for this port, sailed from Rickl-
*mood 25th.
Sloop Amy & Poll3y, Brown, for Jeremie, cl. at'
Norfolk 22d. Under SeieltWs Poiti, 24th, brig Ma-
ry, Hicks, from Alexandria for this port, capt. antt
lwo men very sick ; schl. Cent, do. do.2 men sick .;,
and the Amy' & Polly. Sell. Ris. States came up Et
Norfolk 25th.,
Sch. Hector. Snow boence,at Alexandria, 27tb.
Cleared at Belt. 27tb, brig Barzillai, Boston and-
Eastport ; sel. Trader, Cobb, 'Fredcricksburg and
Boston ; sloop M.-Packet. Malanzas.,
Sell. Wm.-Dawson, Millikin, of Fraakfort,for St.
BarIis, cl. at Bait. 28th.
Cleared at Phlilad. 29th, brig Collector, St. An.-
drews ; sch. Eliza Jaune, Boston.
Ar. 30th, Br. ship Thomas, Liverpool, 42 ; ship
Columbia, Amsterdam, 43 ; scl. Pilgrim, Higginsy
St. Andrews, 30 passengers.
Ar. at N. York, 29th, ship Sea Fox, Wyer, Mone
te Video, 70, Cleared, snip JTones. Davis, Liver-
pool ; Itrigs Constitttion, Amster-dnm ; Antozon,
Prili-sn, Lisbon : sels. Orb, Rich, Port au Pritee ;
Little Wm. Noyes, iMntan-as ; John-Goecrge, Ste.
vens, (of Marblehead) Benrmuida.
Ar. 30thi, briePatriot, Lisbon, i5 ; sells. Decatur,
Hopkius, St. Jihn, 10 ; Chiarles, (of Salem) Savant
nhi, 7; Lucilrda, Wood, Saco.
Sloop Eliza-Nieoll, hence, at New-Haven, 30th.
Cleared at Portlaud, brigs Francis, Preble. STirtq
cam Fevorite, Shaw. Hondt"a .u; Ci'-"olinn,T-til)?,
St. Barls ; Ciiberlaed, Woodhury, Cuba ; Trnpicw '
Stevens. aid Mechanic, Angel, Havauma; scih.Soloni
Hood, Martinico,
Scl'. Borneo, 23 da(s from Long Island, Baha-i
mas, has ar. at Newbunryport. Cleared, brig Adoe..
linhe, Poo', and slch. Sarah, Titcomb,W.In 'ies.
Ar. at Porismiouth;$ 30th, sch. Har,'e Amazeen,
Crook to.t, St. Pierres, 27 ; sel. Pink, Trinity, 27.
Ar. at Providence, 1st inst. Itrig Argus, Rower-
St. Salvador,47. CI.lirig Aheona, Blinn, Malanzats.
Thic new brig Rsooe, Vanderford, for Ota~it.l
.sd a miegpt, iiai.ild oi. Sas. S9tb !,

_~ __ _____


^t iCE ifL NY. i

Fmronl te Philideifhia Gaece, S'pt. -f.
W e have been "o ..,,r '. ,i I'-rn.i u i r .-- i-i
ftl. t tr-aiislmt 'ed n-.,- r1. .." C m. 1r .' r r
o.,. CaHlavai, laihtl ri ,. .-I Florida, i-el
tive to his .arrest "-,.I i ,,r...t-ri,' by Gener
Jackson. As a matter cf iutice we feel hound t
givc: i.-.r,.'esentation a place it) our columns.
1', Don .TJcse Call:iva.7E-Govetnor ofWest Flo
ida. Commissioned by the Spanish Goernimentit
cnrm v inuto fall ,.*i u I.,' ii h I -. C. ,irr,,; 0sio
'c Tr, all the a .I..' II...... l,, I 1 I I rt....c 51
jr-sty' tand t'li u-m. .- .Itr]1,1mi.- P i'm-mtir~i n ".- .ntll
cession tm In i l ilt, -'ii 1 ml i' Pi 11. -mii dice thu
Trealy of fricndT.hhIi, ,.nj iiife, i f u1iIf-renccs aIT
limits; raifie d i' Ii. n .i..i.. i.I .I,, 22d ntday
february of the-,r I '.i ,.- 1:1. D:. ,Im Ie IIT
present, sw o rn en, ;' 't I" II,n r nlb, n i t,' I" i 1' 1. I .
on my wvord of hoonr gunaruanteiag the truth of a
-assertioni, o ttie irefosibilily of ny heat, befoi
a tribunal, ofthe outraes wlhichi were committee
against mny social chnarl"ttr as Spanirh Commi
siomter" a~tl' ". I '' i F1- -1 .,., hii seO
tlie day aud -.' .I 1WV., iti. I., ,t. '. I of Au
"821, by the toj., i. ,,., h- ,I ....J West Florida aa
Commissioner on ithe part of the United State
under flie same Treaty, The facts are as follows
*At about four in the' afternoon I was in thie hons
of Goo. M. Brookt, Esq. Col. of the United State
Fourth Regiment, Ito dinner The company at t;
hie consisted of Col,. Brooke his lady, Elijues Fri
mention, Esq. Jundge of lhe United States, the con
mandter of lme U. S. brig. uf war Entlcrprize, Mih
a. I.. ', ..'.- Esq. Licite. Col. Don Marius De Vi
I .- II. CCol. iand coenmnnrudcr of Artill-ry, Do
Frat tcisco Palnaes, the Vicar ofa tIe province thi
.Rev. James Colmainaid Citizcmns Dio Jian Inner
; arity, Don Juna Larna', inmeclichints, Don Barnlard
Pruto nand Don Luis Giyetni, Capt. Don Jose No
rilga, a retired officer, Don Jose CriuzatI, mIy- See
reary oftluth Coiomimission, Lieut. Don Caq-los 1
Vilticrs and Don, Arnaldo Guillimard, Sub-lieut
]Doti Moriano I ]...III, '... I.I Pedro de Albi
public mnteitueti. l, D "i Sntb-licut. Do
D.lomingo Sousa, came and inquired for me,earnmest
ly desiring to speak wihli inc. Ot entering he wa
accompanied by an officer of the U. States, wh
conducted him as a prisoner, as hlie told ime ; having
asked him for what reiao, lie re plied, in tihe preis
ence of the' company, that on thie preceding da
t-lee persons made their appearance at his houst
who said we are authorised by the Goveinor, Do
Andrew Jackson, to order -you to deliverti up c ertai
papers whliclh he hias been informed are in yout poiS
session ; antd f'rem tlhe imndieations which they mnad
to hlit, hue comprehelnded that they were those
'which weieo packed np iin cases belonging to th
Milital Trilbunal and thliat of F'inance, h lie tol
them ttha ertaic cases existed in his possession, i
which lie believed thec were ; but that he was a sin
baltern officer,subject to my orders and attached t
the Comminnssion, and that the cases which he ha
ncentioned were underr his care by my orders a
lot'm '. .'.i ,..h"hi .. .rIk i... ..: trilu nmals undte
nn h.i i .i n .. i ,.u ,, ,,S i .F.iid n o t d isp ose e
itr':i l, urI, I"rh I I' hm' '. ",",,,','J nI' .,' =.i
in question iitlIe, aind returned again the sam
dlay with a demand, ill itriting, of ithe papers, re
quirimig hit ito' give his answer also in writinI
'lWhich he did, and' consequently caume to inform nie
themreof, but did nott il time at home. Otn reflection
this morning, lie dcternincd on itnling'them In to iny
house as a Iplace of more security tulau his-he diu
so; but not finding me' at home, left them in itt
house, which was .iall Ie tcknew. I tol dhim lie thad
done right. He further added that having just
searched his house, and demanded thie papers, lie
replied that they were iin my house ; oi which
they conducted lim ias a prisoner.
.ii...-.,I; .-I I sent my Aid, Capt. Don B., i-ir.t:
ru,:, '.I, .' ,in, the Gu 'velrnor frotT mie, ii i Dul
Domningo Sousa. was ant oflicer iuunder m y orders.
tmtd employed iii the Commuission, that as the pa-
peors demanded could not hbe given by himt, lie would
havee the goodness to address him'lfl" i mii-, and
that if they were such as could I.,. iln i.... 1- they
Would be Furnished mhirou'ghu thue regular channel;
extendiltg fmrlthem mmy cequmetutmat h'Ie tul be plea-
sed to understand lat they could only be delivered
by ime. The answer-v which my adjutant brought
ie Was, that the order for the imanprisonmcit of
Sousa will be hrinitd '" and lthait Ihe Govesnm'or
fJurillier told hima, I II Col. Callavai'llat I will put
him along with hia.'" Unuder- tle imputressiol that
an answcsm *ith., r I-1 unaccountable, without thhe
slightest ...... .... ...m rest II ,cuuld on ly be attri-
buted to n extnraordinary nuistlake i thie titcurpreta-
lio n which lhadd been umaid of' mieUssage to the
Conimmissioner and governorr _Andurew Jackson, I
ordered muy Adjutant to t return, accompanied byan-
other officer and tie public interpreter, in artier
more fully to acquaint ti e Governor .. r lh.-
T'hey fulfilled leir l it sioni ,'...i ...... .i' i .1. i .- i ,,--
Wer, that tihe G(overnor had .i.ni,. i,, loud vo-
'iferatibus, and in thie presence of sever-al persons,
lhat Col. Caluava shall go to jail!
I was lost in astonishment, and mny reason could
not impute so extraordinary an occurrence to any
other cause than to an eatili're privation ofjudgmrent
or to sinister interpIetation, but hising no outnda-
tion o whlichli to rest such an opinion, I proposed
to go in peirsmon to time Governor, s o soon as dinltner
'wais overebut before I could do solhree petrsots came
to the house of Col.Brooke,who said they were ait-
thorised to demand of me lIme papers, for thIe Gov-
ernor would not show towards me any morae consid-
erations nr forms, than e would to any oIlier pri-
vale individual.
I l', t .u i in.:,), requesting thlicim to inquire of
the oft. i... ...i. .' of lhe UmLnited States, Governor
Jacksem, how'" was it possible that ho'should for-
get i, a at iin, -it o .11. .ir......1 i,1. ., my official char-
acter '' L) J .1... ,, -r l. I. 11 n eI as( Comlilis-
-Sioner on the part of Spainm the provInce of -West
'horlt-ida, of which I J as his predecessor in lie gov-
i-rnmtent, and that miy stay uwith, Imy Secretary and
t fr -.i', was pending iThe decision of lthe points sub-
Fritinti I... himself uti:t mue to our respectve.s'govern-
loents, -relative to ite conisti-icioin to le given
to the second article of rhte Treaty ? TIhe ar-
tillery is still held in deposit under' thle national
safeguard. The papers andu docuitnineSs under my
Lt I- is governor Io hie iven bty mtie under -ilthe
',..i u-,l c iid nist be delivered blv me in thie char-
acter of aI private individual, .hccause they did not
Comeniiuto tIy possessisnt and trust in thalit capacity.
,I requested ihem to tell hiti thIat I was allogelFlier
bsvewildered at this course which was now pursuing.,
thatththe pam pers in timy possession should be held sa'-
cred and inviolable in PeInseacola, my person being
tUinder the immunity ofl thie laws ouf malions, to be re-
spccted and protected agreeable to tlme usages of
.ivihi.ed nations, and eierlvy oilien individual coam-
inissio r. l 1,, .4 ., ,- .. ... .i,,,.,,: ,r Thatthey
vould rii.,. .I ,' -. ... in.'h i0 -.. ,1I [ do not yet
know whaIt palers lie demands f mIe to tdelier in
this tnantier, and (lhnt he wsold have thue goodness
fully to acquaint me thuerewith jn ai official form,
having due regard to thIe ieace and harmony which
subsists between Spanin and tie United States ; tiat
I tuave anwat s acted toward him withl the most dis-
tinguished consideraliumn, both as commissioner of
the Uatted States and as Governor ; atd in like
manmiem I diove treated all the cidzeons of tIe Ummiued
States indiscriaminately itlh tim greatest attention
dimming my administration as governor of WVest Ftlor-
ida ; lthat I aeaure Genu. Jackson both as coeuunis-
ibioner and .governo, thaat whatever ptpers were to
be delivei'eae by me to himin this day, should be im-
nsediateiy furnished through the regular channel,as
a proof that they were given iin a manner becoming'
inus oflici'l ctaracter-.
I foumd myself attacekeI with a violent paii, from
a comphint'undcr whiichi I hiave bieeu stifferintug or
somet.eime. This I imparted mo Cot. Brooke, and
reqtesucd hiito to ieuati tlme" to retire to iv hotusae
which I mId, aud theu ordered my secretary to ad-
dress an official letter to lIte Governor, nmuakung the
same st.,lenmunt to him as I had done to line hearers
of his messages ; whicd ofilcial letter I sent htint by
two officers, bat tlhe governor refused to receive it.
Atcci cmni tug huit, tine satimi peusomus cauce in nimy
lioumse deumdandh tlIme papers frout ate as a pirisate
indhividualt, or tin go isitt, Fluent before ihue Gas-cutter
I fouttd utyself so touwelt, its to be unable to sit imp,
aund statltd to alimam thatue mmy illmines s would mica admit i
of at; going, out, tied thutt 1 did nmot clearly tiitidc-
statd what papers they wanted, nmr could 1 deliver
lellm int any si-ier way tlinu ats commissioner tnder
'lhe Treaty, if they swere embraced in the same, but
if appertniauiiiii to my functions tis a Miliuia'y Ge ur-

tUT, me such being packed up in the cases (its it was
;said) -ii. must i uisiesabyv belong to the deptart-
ment -.I I',ir military y govermUtent, or that of (lie n a-
tional finance, is tall thIe civil and criminal archives
l.,-i,. ;.ii to the ordih4ary tribunals had been deliv-
C t .J r, I.,r miie Cunstiti ionaul Alcaile, ats also were
tle p..l"-"-" to thIe commission of the U. States ;
but imievertlhelss I reqcesid them tito furnish me
vith a note of tlhe description of papers and 1 would
reply. "
Int about anm hour afterwards. a note written in
tngliuh otn a hlii1ta j;1t9f 91,fl papsy wt EWAjt to

m e wlthaiti't ev er : I answered the Iefrcir Iliat I "'" '" -
it would he translated'and replied to. I Fent it to .. 4" TTE P LTLiA]) -
tillei, ... 'I ,.t,,-nrd.t,,tto l;ed,nd some time af-. 1 ey lesterda-*S aIiAis.-
ter, 4.ii1,. :..-, ,i.-.'.f commanded bly an officer,
and under the -order of the abovementoinned per- i RD OCTO R,
stns, broke down my fences, scaled ly house, and NASHVILLE, SEPT. 12. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1821.
entered mvy chamber with flaked bavinets in their I .Acrid-ntt.-On S,ndav. the 2nd inst. as a negro
', hands : I addressed themi exelai-nian ihnat since my. man belonging to Mr. D.avid MCavock, was pas-
a' house did inot afford tie an astluI.Lnor mI official i sint through his park, a iinck elk made at him; hie COnt03MO r=.- eaFl M -oAsTHOF ASSAC USTS
'a- ehtracter shelter ae. nor the immunity to w hich I attempted to get out of his inay, but could not, was Secretary's Office, Oct 4. 1821.
al was entitled under tlhe government of the United overtaken and run through, the belly by the animal's "- The Members of the Stnptenme Executive
to. States. Ithrevw myself on the protection otf lhat gov- horns. The elk then run his hornrs under the body Council of thle Cominonweathi are desired to
eranmitent, and protested in the most solemn manner and pitched it about far several minutes, before the take notice, Ilhat there is to be a meeting of thei
against such extraordinary outrages. They an- -whole force that could be started wiith rails and ti Hont. Board on TUESDAY, the 9th of-October
swered that I must inmediatealv ul'iver thle papers i oIes, eon Id beat him oiff. IThe body was mangled i current, at 11 o'clock. A. IM.
r- mentioned in tIe note. or that I should le condune- in a most shocking manner, the negro however ALDEN BRADFORD, Scre!ar-y.
to ted by them as a prisoner. I replied, that I had lived for two days after the accident. Mr. M'Ca- AD B B-
n- sent the note to the interpreter for translation ; that vock has h ad the horns of thie animal sawed off.- "" MA-
a- I was indisposed, an d requested that they would not This is the first time we have ever heard of an elk MECH. J1VC CELEBErATiOY.
ie force nie front my house at that hour (at half past r'r,.. IF, ',.r.,: annoyance or defence-kickiing THE Massachusetts C,:. ,i l !.. Mrr 1,. r,, A,'-
io teni at night,) thai t if it wold he susffi ient to avoid a,.'l t irn r..rr1 t usualmode. sociation celebrated t ,. l ... iui, l F.:,..I
id the execution of such orders, they might determine yesterday. The Society assembled at Concert-
of ott forcibly opcnrng my cases atndl trunks, andt carry 'EW-YORK, OCT. 1. Hall in the forenoon, atnd elected their Officers
t off tany papers they pleased, or act as they thought 'The f.il'v in- i SFm.-rg the more striking de- for the ensuing year. The Mlembers then went.
Sproper, ts I was disposed to yield to force, nd even posits n-i. r ., -n- "r .i n last, in one of tiefour in Proceessionr, to the Church i HI. t I I,
ny I cig ed to let them assassinate me, as paced ev-l marble columns, in the Park, for the notice whereRehligious Services were performed by
d cr i of ingathedtioi sal.ered h ofer of a distant generation. We will thank any gen- the Rev. Mr. PFltiroKT, and an Address was de-
s- madig to cter my room, a,"at" "Is time the tr:'r..n.. fcr more particular account of the oth- hliered. by Mr. TtoMtls WX.iLs. The ASsocia-
31 Citizei u IDo l Jualn lIn erarity wished to intercede, as ,i .l -it tiitlon, with a number of sc, ,ed Gn t 'a-
g. it appeared to me,.but in speaking he was told to Dr. Hosack deposited in the column, a8.me-. mong whom wee fr., E I t., ll.,..- i- i...,' rfi,:r
id be silent, and the officer was directed to take me, dallion of i'.,lih;nz.:r, ; the volume of Colonel and His Honor the t..:',lrh.,i-t.., ...i*... j lier
es as his prisoner with his armed force. I replied that Haynes' history of the Canal ; a medallion of the proceeded -to Fariueil-Haln, anid partook of a
: I considered myself as such,i and in piocmf thereof .City Hall, and an 'excellent medallion, Iy that sumptuous dinner which hd been prepared
se I delivered my swordt;I od case, but as to t illi j-5 rig _,rnld q rtit, Mr. Furst, of His Excellency there.
nes time ft-oat my houtse, they mount take ihile fuouidera-lei
as te i on a y se o tey e ust ha ke iha o e oe sid era- r,' .. rCli,j'-r-, Governor of the state of New- .JoRs Cor'ro Esq. is chosen Pesiklent for
.- ksy .toe of mealth-they an swered t at, they York.vith the following appropriate inscription tite cutTCnt year, vice B JArINt RtiSELL, Esq.
o v, Ku t reed me to dress, and with tne armed( "*--
,- troops conducted me to presence of the ao,- ccHis talent s virtues, and his-services to tle who declined a re-election, and Mr. JouS Doa-
it- eraor wlo was in a separate house from his wn state, sill 4 appreciated by another age than o TTis elected Vice President.
I- lodging, accompanied by a large concourse of peo- thait in whiMi.he lived I h,_ :i.c.lanmical Pioductiots, for which prer
n pic of all descriptions of persons. Tlhe said Govern- -- .ri'- I- lennee t proposed, were offered and ex-
e or, through a jetson who acted as a Notary and In- The Common Council met last evening at the anmined on Wednesday-and the successful can-
r- tcrpreter, ordered him to extend an interrogatory t ial hour. didates announced yesterday.
S t li..: lr b ..ifd."r,]-. nnrl .Fiired-af'te an A petition was received from Col. Trumhull, Dr. __ ,'/--,., z -
.- H...i.. r- lh.: ,,i,.,r, ,-,i ,n-I..:.n,ri;art, baut I ro- "Mitcl.ill and I, H..-si-.. | ,.aynig for leave l oe erect 'T,' F F it, F If, L .
c- ,i,.. ..'. i.. l' r i 1 ,,,ir.r .,, s i.,. .-.r my own idiom, a statue of V. m ; i ,-31 :.. .. he P:ark Hl" -,' .'."' r'1 d i
e .in..ti. .iit e i t.il, ^. o. t a%1 ,1W, m sas graited; to be paidbyvelunm I., c,-,,iT,, ".. -. Rjr d.d Ihe Bltmore Patriot of the30th lilt. fturinsh-
c. and while writing my answer, the paper was snatch- the Comnillttee ofA.its &,it ri nl-1- es the followi'ting information :.
a, ed from me and with all the furiousness of a per- A r.l.'r -th'.n representation of Gen. W .lni;nn Asived ship Cl, .1 .c. Lane, (late P ..
a son bereaved of his judgment or desperate, the .. :,.r,- I i i ir, Corporation by M1. ['.if, .I from t C.... i...., ..- I d.. r f7m. Valpa'rz ..-. i
A- Governor,witlh i heavy knocks ott the table and most t....,....r, -.. .i.r.-. inscriptions on both mds, copper and tt hides, to Johi, Dotn.el. Sail.ed'.r.n-
as- violent gestures, ordered me to deliver thle papers- With a request to have it placed on one of thle Park Conotilo 911h July, in do. with ship Esther, Low,,
o I was in the actl ofanswering, but lie gave me no Gates. Referred to the Committee of Arts and of oston, having on hoard part of our cargo. Le'ft
g time to speak, and whene,,ver the Intepreter began Sciences. in ort, the whaling ships Rambler, Peruvian ntd
s- to explain my answersE,in which I had so often been racesi.-, ...! -
3' interrupted, he wasnnot permitted to interpret or,. C f"'.' -We were, present at an exhibi- Left'tati .i. ,, ..-. ,l:tiih|f., I. iPlnI, Robinsoin,
e, did not interpret the same. With the strongest die- tiornt t I, .r.l .-f light at our.theatre on Satur- ofiNew-York,,ni-rived oni the 14th, with Mr. Ho-
n monstrations I constantly intreated that I should not day, and were much gratified at the.experiment. gan and family on board-Ocean, Pinkhian, of N.
n in tile present act be deprived of the resource and The color of the light is whiter than that from ..il-I r I .'.. i.,. Gibis, of Baltimore, ti bound
si consolation of answering in writing, andtt that- I oil, and more brilliant. We understand that the tot '- ,. "i ,' tI Fi tihe 16th, sailed, brig Warai-
e shoul b ine terrogated in th~e hike ontanne r :that a r N x n o
e should bture interrogated in tli he like manner ; that a propetot proposes to the owners of the theatre, ot., Nixon, of N. Yolk,forICoquimbo-On the sante
se future momentt might he left, for I I nlferred o funish am ne iltt fo r the house at a much, ayarrivedI tle British frigate Oweu Glendower, 10
t fron the ravings of the Governor, that I was about n, ap days fi'ne Liman,, ringing accounts that the armis-
d to he assassinated. Unavalingwere all myrequess, less expence tIan it is done at present, antI will ice still coninted, an reports tt it s i -
.. -ic, .til.- t edand reports that it wa ps a)
n, every thing was refused me, nor could Ilearn iwhy warrant it will be not only free of smell, but bn for to, ,tl out a tmnot" aiter thie metom-
t- I was dragged there 'vliatlis of n..-.r.2 .-. i r .r-, rr ..f l, tq,1 inencunement of f hoi-nt]toldsa stattesina t am Atear-
o In the chaos of misfortunes in which I saw my- of smole o. I- ut. i'. ita. .110 r r.i j l.-,- ican shipfom f pii i.i i.iR;s an Esghati vessel
e e [ ,i" f ()a, 'I t '; I tand til l E n iislt)vessel
i self enveloped, unprotected by tile laws, the me- iAve to the eyes, but proceeding train lamps, is from Rio, both deeply laden wilh (fltr, hiad elu ded
Rs ment it length arrived when Gov. Jackson drew nearly muinons to the light silk dresses of the la- thie vigilance bf the hlockading sqnuadroni and ot in.
r out among other papius, a '..., ir. ,,'..cr. which, dies. If so, we wish his. proposal may be ac- A passenger in the Chlosapeaikc, states, that ,Lord
,f reeable .. i. ,.-,,.... ,. r. ,.., .l. c l co cepted Cochrain' te hitdtlhe second time,seized in hi e pa t of
. ti.e.ti lie ..i II., 1. : to the jtui.'. Arica, a on.siderable sm o nf mionev (upwards of

e T e I n le J I [ i it.1 il "" I -L nt p e te t il '-initi rn>l( t rh^d v y */* jiinr'liiiuo lo
.1 When ienfo'r... i ..'; "' h"is -Ii.,' iter apr ete It is a remarkable fact, that many of the fruit 00,000,) belonging to the Irig Marcedonian, tif
to utke hi, for meifh le utai not shudder mt te per- s on I'ong 'Island, that were nearly strnipped of Boiton, Capt. S uth, friom Caniton, t Fi der the pre-
pelr..tion of such deeds, th.at I prottustedP ef"retClue their fruit by rtme gale on tilhet3d ult. are now in text of breach oh blockade, rand had ordered the
ge vU ni.e .to fue sited States against tteaeittorn .... l ,ie ais,..-.. pea' t e onth- c-Fs .. sea, ne ti, cetnnt of Midi, sipinti

govelihrnm wen eodte f, n o oof tf-7pe .*- the. L.* : in ..l blossom W ha t o illtile Acthe "P, ..
f Itho se toio. u sou 'trtages comm itt~ed I, .." ',... .
tf per .o and thoe ,eto c c in ieu .ofmented II.. -,.ii.. ndm ,:rr .I fritt that wt s left I. ,' late of t ,ile acedon ani frigate. : Captain
miiar,,n t.e retiter epresettee soth side-.F. Ga. Sii remainedn shor.

mehit ths itn ut-ogi isiterpee- iliaoC,.~..^ .,, lie^ ^ ^
i y repealed thas time thronlu his interpreter, that e sta Sir Thomans Harld y, commodore of ihe British
sone answerable to his Government ; that flieNEW-HAVEN, Oct 2. sqeado ot, had protested aga inst tlme extent of tile
di.tdid ot care for the consequences, aid thatJ n t ave C i n t b coiockadeu toi b Tl,, r"3 1. Blt e C r r
A isouest I.. f.. rJdg.. t E. I Iwasn n fincf eat c ied i tietal .. a porio 1 r. ,r active f l,'" -lo an d ti M-A"ni ,, f1 the Cull r 1 .rr.. ...-'
tGov. h-ri.1n -re ted 1 i i O"itn yOdelici te .f we boul i-.I ir oIf i lr i, .- i n hi. ,r i, i tiln s .i l -'
State at i o t ietth Myhousi %as le lt open to hie meca .atndti .l w i...1. fe .... a"b v e1 .t ... nbl e..... nd toime oi o F' .. '.. n
ofaheder I T Spis oc t -. blY s ea--boardt; cc c trees as havxe leenthi s "finiired. and to th lettvarde romi illo.l, wtht os.
t le.sou oft y the Stpeano lies thet adohe r da Im, e ll iino g tns has b mt its, a blockading force sh on ild actually y be kept
pesn ormycofiene.howr e there'or rpair- ,i "' P =
cit. -ttin.ore y, tie ol'i.ret,. ofid gnatdeao theI peri- T1e-all t-- untai l (el blossom. tWhat snill le the i
oelrf wn o'derd offd and no ne oa sthed Ier. "d soosI I., madns of tes, a" weaen They ited States?,; Ili o. ', ,kil;n
mutted to renai My papers and those of te effect ttoth Pe.s ne alt- s e n t r.e wi ine t.-e. Co-naioi ,sy
-ovfllniemdat xi hi cre-o utsei-m, cas r a "o got lt gable toesay obut serious lijuty .s pre htty 10ey ....., .11 I aings .'no, it." 'thipCi-- -,1i
svertionm tnh icnpe trso r aend of chthae ei ele he a prehenaed. t L -.ni Fi,, i l fotr- Li mt, amnd thence contemplated
weeosedan d inventy r a uto the samouer :nev iip B e s iting ti eSa Ieasre) land .e_ t possn s.' ,
j keysofmy trunks were heft ; my prpnert y and that o i l t ,t f b.e v iste m Cuth of tileh o I r a of d par sopoe
blonogingC to my Govername nt for tpe iurioneses of IFle Vjfuiaci L ''." -- n .- ol .... r....' ,',. tiiime ship Nat Aue rica, of- N "r.-u. .'. -.
Commissionr 'irea in like ma onner abpedon ad iit IIhe awar. of the exert'ons I .,. ,'r. h "i rs i i.. e
South tmy acct ount o inenory, mis also all my othcr for tawo r three yeals past. ,ii- ,,,i...l. -'. lo e. ot.tins- ou t, sitio o butt Iinv 0.ls, (, t, re.
I personal property. At elevenoida, I te follo "i n lion of the black poptulaieonlf wayt- this cat a- twspoke Ior tse Osego, Haluiieton, fromBte fitl
t tiring of hCle 23td, svwrit of Huabeas Con-pas ws eretions have eonemt emet and conuiiuhtnie to be made Mont Video, o 65 tss. O Btuom Etigislt
issued, IytmeJmufige, Dont Epe I' m" d r a it l rtt partic blym I' portion ofuredcti fen.a. s 1 e tod Mary-s u rom ho f te e 'a'
Governor Jackson treated Ii, ,. ;.... I' ., sW e ate etiahied n.. ,', ,I ,ri. 'm L b...- .ia, i 1..:,:,1
that lie did not think proper to allow it to be ca fr,- attended with en "=.,' Fo ti 'd, iI .is ir l e e '"tOow oeng-I
tricd into exfete ofpthe blaok poopr, rtal n ,fr',t,,',,a,., r,,i,: ,,, Extract ofa le aterfr'ea London, g : 3.
At ahlout five in the afternoon of thei same dty I eIspecially in out large town s homgeen aen most nit- t King Gen-ge is o -w o on his aose ramble to
es informed iy tferolaicer otfthie guat at thie pis- veanly to eglectedo, uttil the esntblishbnet of Sua- Itand, 1Jo is not in good iscthie ,a td 'Itis otee nt-
cim, of maneurhurof' tile wgitessemors soiab t states oI tIly sc thools. i By nanis of thase, a ite tilttide a' ined o ny ie Pateany stranut i hospitality, nail kill

t h r c o g n ti o n l o h e m e l v s ; d d olues a n d bgj t r o k e ao t o f'l r h t a i dt s c h a i n l t u d t h t u f e a
should be set at hibrtv ud accompany ed by thne onf- backs, il see a d, ag, b' ht sae Georg e sl l k dn e. 'e Coron,tmio a sets by
filer of ite day to myehouse, as lie hait noy 'gotpos iLcat polrtion ofouil cotltry, have been taught to I rnch tIle gratest ever known it this kingo ta.
session oef the papers,. ad I might see if thle cases read, Indi been letn to a knowledge of the Saied Setas in the strst, euih ot tfront m the houses (li e
cawre closed wnud sealed. I told Ite officer oed (e-, aS diepttas.. By Feais of thiee .d other similar boxes in a Th'eatre) to son t le Procession only,
liveriedtme order thatI could not emter my houte exertions e many orthebacks itt hisity have beent 'Nte eric.'s ACs. 1in 'ii. ri-,mof Edxix ri tle
unlessaccomit nied bya tdg'e. He sadI mit n-. 1, -.,.1i ant some have been rontight eyhi first, this rii legew -, i'.. e ,f' -: ,
ook for oneand eithen it I cai e out eofp Theo L nu.,.r, ol, ,, ck to tt knowcdg ofthe Trth i Tie time time tif good ,Qual e.s, it ,t G1. 1. A1, ."
lier accoinpielielem m neith aniny othti persons, and m ui" -ilma e of preservsng a e dimnroving crown-a-- rap ris e olautat t ,at, -int "othis. th.
I wentto the house of jutidge romentin, as being the moralotis.ftis peopleit i alqtue-stiowllablyi e to n Queen tri ed with er party to ohtain am entrance
the onlay oe i, nr t 'West loita, I found lim indi ghten their inutin. ; and tile o ey sinway n to thins i6 at two or treeal doors, bit binig denied, she siselyI
sent and ibefog ev evy ct ineseti te acut fs to m hem lte entcl tO Ia, it then to ri t for analdrov hattie tim e aiing
""o m .... Te m v wa enntea i c .. t whl .. -c popturnedabutuanadrovet bofe ] 'tgeaeve.in& all
tcunet reli rtio of ll tse factpendsbeggeud that ite fU .tish rits c- olt h ,o For this hpuaVt el it is mie Theatres were thrown opet grmatis and spots
ws oni extend to mns person and honseil c te protection proposed to establish n tAfrican library. To ef- invented, ith grand fire works in the lnrk, which t
of the law. He informed tle that his indisposiion feet this ohiect, nothing ftith is thought necessary dre w then omids of mviohilit,,y so a tny N..ys t.the..
SresOented hm front accon Tingi l eia tai, i tta iato solicit of our citizens a contribu lion, of such h ano timeto thtiltofischief t hey hutc i i-
It is laceI should take witness es to represent atn oo fo th a as ae of little o no al- iced omile Queen's accont.iid it s very sit-
-athe ndua Ie ton it timepohomelvresn; ocd volt nes, tu d bioke settslof gut Ia that tamidstsuch c atl itudetia tof i ihe cl-
I hen wvelt tn the house aceomIparied by manly books, iw ill be Sery acceptable, and even imperfeet cu atina, they should imeeti, mix, and disperse wid-
people andt lme oflier ,s of the day. I fond armed soolnies swill be g-ateflhy reccxed. Booksof eve- out a siule accident ; and it does not appear t tat
treops inside ;tmya tapers scattered on tilte tahble,Fa ry Fdescri option, whict are not ext ep tionaie in their eve ie Connoisseurs in elC dived deep into the I
case tf papers which had been nailed andt sealed mealn tendency, are desired. Such a collection is mystery of their prufgsison on that day."
iith eighteen, wax seals, with the impress of then already cotiummenced, Ind forte ti Cn, a verym elyehnd -'--'-t--,do ..
seuh f ltfy government, sas found fractured, and some number of volumes hnave b soeenctarli n s ect vcd o p eHted..A.
mhaosed .and seale w ith u different semtl. My The whole number of hIks in this town is 64, Thi inset o a m a rev of en. H. A. S.
n.e s d and scald.s wid a diffe e orborn'sBrigade on Tuesdaati a epofsete
state ofrhclth had not hithierto l permitted tme a and of these 1771. nre ane nd e14 years ofag.Nearly' was hiplvoi Bcritable ay its officers and soldiers.
tinake the necessary excanll natiounsofd rvathie nort- all of this"oriton either have- will receive the sa tile I trado e l to itswoffCrsamd, anectire
public papers, nori the confindletial ones of y ge- benefit ofinstructionm. It may bea easily seen, tlere- I n ,-ht.i .'.. to 'ante adw of Co gress n a ea thoehy
renit id g tmy tdmi hilinstat la mon othedocut- foa t o th at b cultivating a taste ltlreading, in em system n of disciple had been iutrode into
iltutcofmiycoimn yissio. The mney esenie. iit i s ,years thi whoe black nation of Ao t al cohn "sat military, matters
Tihle foregoing relationd .comprehends thin mutma- tAe lcit iusa become omnarat ie(y emdighteued in Atyone at all cone rant li lilhty
.. I ; t llaybeah~e(,-r-... ..... stinuate thomtortof this.
gas committed ath gaiest iyerson au official el cat-- thueim and teit in their t intms u, midtine- s h t i u i e n to ri- o
acis Fcoduco aaonttie2 y of augt 1 s pof'tion of or rt'yrth ,. I,.,.. the fact, th is n e
te 1 Pensaol on- tlie22 da ofA i gut,18i 1,als system iehd bees so fuultisfumilystiundin-dby both offic-
by Gov. Atndrew Jackson. r This narrative'is time II's" hd a e saulfe ott, duct of Bail- -
n uo s t s a c r e d t r a t h t 1 h a e n t s p n e s e i yIi n{O J E E O T s a d m e n t h a t th e v a r i o u s m o v e n t e n 't s o f B a t t a l -
mmcmseettutti-lim it I have not suppiresdanaiaiy PROVIDENCE, OCT.r. ~,lte nIEvotda fFu uhi-esCribed in the
I. ah d fo e ords psietory of Cte bfactsv thal The reviews of Cli't cia J1 -.[rcomposing Bi-igatde orders 'of the day, were -erforatned s without
,.. i .... 'u .I,. 1 ... i.. h ant emitirely ignorati thie second Bi igade l l t t ) tIlir salitri ,lhenm t .f lSt o tar--
o-atnid uta tlehne hole isn trnieexposito int idni- t nitiat e t th i iowout Sat urda;y last, hy hee tsany suort maistukes th e riou ovtmesiuicta-
emly swear. ainder tiic p-roofs, ind I protest ith view 'of tI e Secat lRegimennt deder the eomandus ta's w lla aa itenos, ha the naous. pulisnets
cml;' iwetaestall executted.
the same soleinity before God, Iefore my govern- of Col. L. Blodget. Tle day was pleasat, and Ireceiin the reiing ofierl th field of-
ment, before that of the United, SIite, and be-br- afforded a fine oppornuity to the soldiers to pen- 1--rers ofCeivinad thricding O tie Brigadier Ge-
all meagnist thie authors and nerpetrators of these forn t heir ditties wic thurcotnvaenincie to lithemselveeceu-aldienm tinted.uitu-lc iuduncedto pa' the sriga itesr GO
dae eCds. I It .. i..o ,i.. c othesS ogatiotat ite ss)obatio, of nomnoero us spectators olt eflt Tismoade of ure.a i a g a re .vewiang ofSfer
I hti ath ...- o vi. mutingm ni h administration thCe field d. .is ed rciinga wi oics

II~~~~~~ ~ issae naCelnn ae,(n ic cl'Osrolnticvle-otialls, tl waboth n ovel Tusaylev]ingthest ll ll nt.;t
i,.- Cr..e i.. tf a' est Ftorhila, iandtiscrilinately te Prev'ious to the dch atre of the troops foum the was both ve au i resting.
t nditedi ,:-..fthl United States, ih.ther'res- field, a difference ofot)iini arose between tle ae- Among the npovemeeas. athe formation of the ca-
ideni or tiransiet tpersont e Iutnost cuiisitera- viewimo' Gei. H 'ives auh tieIu Cuummanant if the mai, ofi attack was particularly deserving tf notice ;
tio ; that I have respected ai d cused to n Ime res- wi trmi-,t the n, rii- form-ime" i ulot their it wouldh mae lonee credlt to r-gulars Ti. etefithn s,
piected thei penises mand i.nIoperty. When any I-.-.:. .,..;...toi hg'oiuid, tile lae arched ,.. -,i oi. ese by baltalyom sere rnearkably
eode as beempgultao pty ie li einc, he hus at- tt nuffto tenss ti mithi cumu iituay he.- F'''" --
itcs heen treated weith ntulgenre uid a geterous A Coart MarBiw wt oaell iprobaihsy settle thte dscordant of t
lenuity ; amid so trie is stns I hae tnanifested l, Stat opinions alothese iitaurycimteunicteie The Res,. it-.. Co n" at, will peach ato aln at the
if'I-blce utotid e were to lie fuie throlgitout the SMathodist ha'lett tie E oh h]s-ichi- D u, eis a isea n-
swholhe stlates, thuera wotuhit micalme a, c mngle uimdividui- A Tetter ft-on- Ftairthelnd (oti.) tidr'ess- iug--coumntetie ing at etarhy candulhe hliht.
nh, wrle could shuow thie least case eofresenmaenit.- ed to the ust-Mheasntert of tis Owin, ii We sue requested Fe slate, that the Rev. Sitr.
This coiduct emiuwnatts f'ietin intrd oin Fat-are ipu- hotrnse Shut a Iwroin wlm cmlls him2 elf S In.Fr is to lureach in Rev. ofr. Coa.inicd's inet-
rattan, tid fr'om Ithe ordets inrescribedm sto le by nty Johni Fresch, fonmnrh of Wotlo tck hut last lug-honse itn the forenoon of thme extLato's Day, c
go oatrtu'ini; ,ttha[t hl~a ,inis m~y pr-~epensity so to act huotoi Pr'os'itenct- ws's mappmlehendetl uitder- cue- nuud luau li thin aftertnooin as erroneously pubhishtt~d

hugine by time stuietesiti uvesmi oamin h ,ecai'_ Alcuo us of hititg stohet propisnty t. m nuta o ;'WARDpresteiday. I
duct tsreog tiny hif, anui. l the comauds: h uhinchti to it Go. .rn.eut o r tamt. Apoong tie ha i adores fOlno t---
havehlucd. nitimsposseessoln, ar'e caotnF yatn, shuntitng tind 'P.A ORA.AMl OkAFdITEPFS.
a -. ,bughcm--,,. --ieteuof hasndleerchniefs-tm-bromdcaoth The exihuitbitton tif thin Paenoai'a. si-ill he closed
taile staled in a Chleimhen pmm~er, th1 t a sig -e icoes-t-inwintlieho nfoms--vnlvet--cotitoa tals, on mnext T havellinm-si eny es'rting ineI llt. itset. ; (lie
of ground utwas reueny purchased h huit the -i,,h- scisisors, lace, shoes, &.a. hits tpperance ias una ft lh., m,.-,ins after that time, being reqt, ired
stream, i Clint piece, at thme rate ofup300,000 e ma ti. g rkne tnnd such as could tnot impose utpou for- ocra n hu rstposes, mu
acre. Lets Pa. ithe t;uedulity cf Chic people, ltnat In isas the hon- -.------ooo ---
ThsUf'ce? r i'ii;tim:n eet postessom, nih sot-i \inltlabhe propec'hy. He Tho U. S. sehnooner- Ailigator, Lt. Stochkton
Tiemid esa, sttstui '-. iii ti rn ... Ii, i ,:,.r;'.r ,, .. wa comuuiltedi my the onagifstrate~s for exam- conuumiader, sailed yesterday afterneoot'for Af- a:
htolding atn inapotiaot lptos0t ioi thusi rovi'ice of Alamn- ,iaim ttSoa tie C.ricai.
tejo, cartrtea on A secret eorreshiotuttcnca is-itten in C0JIA!XERCI.'I --
ypheira s-withm Geiteral Beresfoutd, alo is ait pres- Capst. Boswers wihom arm-ised Inane yesterday f'onm At Chic eoimmenccetmet of the present session of &
enti iam Pris, cat-myieg ems ictrigues in thtmt caipiu tm, Si. Sausulvador psolitely ronnus tunnicatd -thin (ohiowting m le Court of Ciuun itnt Pleas, in thitl towomm S Messrs. C
en tie tdid fornuerly in Lonmdoin, in ornier to 'reoveor Cotnsul an N otice for upnhlicuation : Sidney Bacrtlett amid E. -Richtie Dort, wet s amdnniued hun
the Vica-moy shy of Pot tiuil. This coinrr-erpndentce Coitsuluate r-J the United S/ates of.Asenico, atucratues to lumacuica lint snid Court. KThe Inresent is ml.
is conutinuued wsimhi thme discontented in, the psrovinces St. Salmuador. dtugtst 1sf. 1821. 5 thme first sessione of tite Court of Comutmon Pleas, in It
and tbe capnital, aided hiy int (eraser secretary. Thin I-In. Joze Limo Cnr)itinfmio, Secr'etary of Staie thiis town, inidher Ci~te Fiew aganiizatioa--Judge 8'
--for Foreirgn Affairis ouf the ProvialmetnlJat ffiADpesdnl
Iutis retstirted mhatasu h -,,_h- in.,. --I fm-mm Jntmaaiu Closerye intitfor mthis provimn-ceF huavi ng atduhressedl to f:
eti, uasimg' on. heard ,a t ......; ,.... .femun erc, ii ithu n te aim ottichat r.onut iamuicatieat, ultied thin 1Gith of A match appros-ed uodieh of a Rail ~ay-,to facihi-
the n" its' ruti is aeti listrimueuits, li u~ass~in tugCle- Jnluv, 11321, iisel mwic tie iniforems nit that lit douse- taite tratvell into, tins het exh Ailced fot several dnays P
west emit of Cub~a, isac ampproauchied by' up riuaticai rjmenlee of pumualashbt- reansus thiaC h'tsav hientu nmtade past, at f~M-. Beiags's 1-ali Fin I-acinoser-strect. 1Z0aih sI
crtumzeu, i x~hereuu uen tm- Itumand .sirn,,k vip ,uattnrtitat known-u to the Put evittuuna Jeuutt oftiGucveurnmet.mi, the Ways hate. hi-en fur saute time i'm vuvccesti usc its -

tunte, mi tlte londest slyle-and the bucaniers iine- I imortation of Guno wder is entirely prohibited, some parts of.Enilaind. Might they not be cstib- ti'
diHatch tacked shi p andl fled. apparently supl using nflr the term of three moLitlhs firom that date, even fished with great advanltactge o outr iore leu-Cl tu'n- 8,
they svere getting along sideof a vesec- of war antid or d1cposite for exhortation, and that lie is ordered pikes, such as those to daemnhr and Saitaeml, and (l
expo itg their ntecks to the ali-er they merited. to raqimst me to inmake Jict sme knoowi 1o the aner- on our bridges ?
c utchaints ofthIe Uniced States-t lIcrefore embrace a',
AUGUSI'A, (Geo.) S:d-. 19. this ..... I. i ..Im i.... of manlking it public for BirdIssey N. Oviat has heIn sentenceId to iT- cil
On Saturday last, Ctile faninesiof ltirty bniibidinmgs -'their ihuorumation. prisonnment, ii thur ltpenicnt',u'v fOr tha c C urt nthsoii uy
were erected between the rising and setting of te thlWVOODBRIDGE ODLIN, Consul. tuU. S. Ciuit o t oi sOhi fr rob- it
sutn, in tihe newtlowm tl Haifmiburg, opposite Augus- .....r htng t he ;mail seem -al.ic, ti tilut nu ,Portage Ct. i
ta. w here thiev uow prese nt su ch striking evid en ce- e 'thm T i a or t c sKc n e e la tim es, i r eudsonPo r "t7g C o.
of'hepe'rcvrtnue entepriise and inudistry o( a mThe Lueotnant Governor of fns,,,1t. W. T. whlo iplye asAssisant master. He-plead- i
singlpreindiidual, asnserprise and ipe Tha pof' a Bary, is Piufciorof Law in the 11 ,1,.... Utti- edguilhy, a .d Il'o Court exomcised lenity ,n coa-
s o Pe d dal asset rs oh a iros- ver.it'. sequence of his submissive and penitent CIOu] :. d-
p sarity V ,"y au 1 4kt pd igl'UOT V4 W s

- It is reported that a vs-fst1 arrived at New-
York on Tuesday last from Liverpool, with
news one or two aftys later than before received
-butt .one of imporl:tance.

The late accounts from Lima fAre do'wni to the
5th of Julvy. At which time an armistice existed
between the royal and revoltiioiiary forces. Of
t is we had not before heard. It is not mention-
ed how long it had existed, nor when it wasto
terinnate. No account or report is given ot
the lately rumoured defeat of San Mtartin ; and
as ltherecent information speaks favourably of
the prospects of the Chilians, it is probable that
story was unfounded.

From thle triennial catalogute of thie graduates' of
this ancient seat of learning, just published, it ap-
p."- il, I 4')-.2 persons hare received its honors ;
it. ,, It..:- .',- had :i, i- _iw.' of Bachelorof Arts.
Of thelast number, ", .. numbered with the
.1 .; 1225 were ministers of the Gospel, of whom
ov0i are still living. The oldest living graduate is
the venerable Edward A. Holyoke, M. D., L. L. D.
who received his first degree it 1746-75 years a-
go, and is still living, active in his profession, and
one orf the must distinguished physicianus in the Unli-
ted States. Of tihe six next classes whio succeeded
himii, there is not one living. Of tihe. class of 1753,
there is but one ; of 1754-,none ; of 1755, two, Pres-
ident Adanis, and Judg-e Sewall ; of 1756, three, of
whom one is our respected tand venerable towns-
mai, theHon. Timoilthy Vi ..11 who is now the
sixth living graduate on thle Catalogue.
S -----)SOnO OOO a---------
Stocks, Exchange, 3,c. corrected for the
SPalladitum, Oc,. 4, 1821, by SAtUL .DANA,
JVo. 5. Congress-street.
Deferred Six per Cents. nons offered
do. do. 1812 107 a '17}
doi, to. 1]13 108 a d
tdo. do. 1814 i, ", 1. ,
do. do. 1815 Ii" 111
Three do. none offered
Five do. do. tido.
Seven do. a 109. a 109-
United States, III
Massacehusetts, V a 121
Union. 7 a 7i
Boston, : 83
State, 64
'. ,-l,, .l12,.1f,1A a 13
-.ii.i 1,.;'. ,,.l M each's, 56- a i
Suffolk, 12 a 2I-'.
On London, '.1 10
- New'-York, '."I par
Philtadelphia, r., "
Balhiore, 99 a 99.1
..... 9 a ;.8
SISa a. ,, ),- ..., 98it a 99
.Savannah) 971A a 93

Spanish Dollars, to prem.
'DTouhloona, 15 56 to 15 65
.'/ .1* I I
In this town, on Stindayv lai, Mr. James Puliam-
mter,. of Portland, to Mrs. Martha Fowler, of this
In, Newburyport, Mr. Joseph H 1-a, to Mrs. Sa-
lrall ( 0 1.',', ,.* '
A t P I.i l .. '.. ,1 I .F ,t .. I l ,,: to
M rs. |. !-I., .% [ 1i 1 ,l' '- ,t ...
In the City ofWaslhii tlon, by the Rev. Mr. Me
Corm i. l :, M 1 ;1 l .., lli il w.,.. A ,. ,. \ "
th arp r., i ,i; ...Ii '-. ., i ..ii n r,r,u .f., i..,i. i, r .
In L.hL,! -,,'i ,n-ill-.." l l ... ... I .. l I ;. fi ... i
Gould, C.ipt ,n.-Il 1,r ,i..n. to Miss Dorcas
In "In -...,,n Wednesdaylv, Mary Ann Theresa,
only I ',-h-. .*'Mr. Nathaniel Harrington,aged 19
On Snnda-ieveniinig last, Miss. Mary T. Stick-
ney. aged 35, eldest .1 .,l, ...f lie late Rev. J.
Stic-knay, formerly of f.' ... '.. ,
In Chlaiestown, on ,o d.. .I ast, Mr. Josiah
M. Barrett, aged 26. Funeral from his late resi-
dence, toi-morrow afternoont-relations anti friends
of thu family are requested to attend, without a
further invitation. -
itn 6i ...... .. i. ,,1i Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of
M rI r i/'-n f' .,.,,.-, ,*; -..i 7,., '
In I'auIutou, Cyrns Caswell, aged -16.
In Leicester, Mr. Asa WlIittemtore, aged 72.
In Rutland, wide n. 1 -. 1 .. ... ;. relict of
tilhe laIe Lt.W n, i, . :.:.
In Hubbardston, Mb rt .Bi, i. 11 .i,' wif a of
Mr. Nathan Warren, aged 28.
In Oakham, Mr,. Clarissa Powers, 36.
In Leicester, Mrs. 5,..I, k Watson, wife of Mr.
Samuel Watson, agid -
Il' ll... 'apt. Ezra Levell, -. .1 72.
ii T. )n, ih-. Jemima Viall, ,I.% tI MIr. James
V;all, aged 56.
In Shrewshuary, in September, nine' CItildren died
of the dysentery.
In East Bridgewater, Mr. Beza Hill, aged 29'.
He was instantly killed by the upsetting of a cart.
In Newburvport, Master William Piper, jr. eld-
est son of Mr. William P. "-7,d 19 -Mr Williamo
Silloway, aged 23.-Mrs. -i.. i 'I bout 0.
InBarnstable, tlie 27th -. .i it], l.i.i ii Crock-
er, aged 19.
In Fryeburg, Hon. Josial Bachelder, atged 70.
In N. York, Mrs. Ann. wife of Mr. John Cul-
hert-Mrs. Ann, wife of .J .T .,:, L. Bleeker.
At Sackets Harbor, Mi MA ii Austin, consort
of Ser'gt 14. B. Austin, of the U. S. Marine Corps,
aged 25.
At Lancaster, Penn. Sept. 17, the wife of Mr.
James Morton ; and on the 21st, Mr. James Mor-
ton, the husband.
In Plhilad. Mr. George Hclmbold, Editor of thl
In Norfolk, Mr. Samuel Hunt-Mr. Robert S.
Near Richmond, Va. at the house ofDr. Murray,
Capt. Otis Soule, of the brig !.Rumnlus. of Dnxbii3ry,
In Charleston, S. C. Mr. Eleazer Eliza, aged 59,
lit Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Elizabethi, aged 061,
widow ofthe late Tobias Cimbridgce, Es.q.
In East Florida, the Hoin. Thiuins Fitchl, late of
Massathulsetts, Chief Justice of the County of St.
john's, E. F. aged 46.
At Fort Scott, Lieut. J. McCiuley, of the 7th
Regt. U. S. ll;'antry. .
At Edwardlsville, Illinois, very suddenIl, Mrs.
Priscilla May, wife of William L. Mav, Esq.
At St. Louis, Missouri, Mrs. Hannah Potter, a-
ged 55 years, relict of the late Capt. Robert Potter,
forinerly of Bowdoin, Mnine.
At Triana, Alabiama, on the 25th Aug. Joseph
evan, Esq. formerly a respectable merchant of
iBoston, Mass.
At Baton _...,- Atg. 25, Capt. Riclhard Jones,
fornierly of- .-. ,. -. ,
On board sch. 1r'il,'.,,' tm B(son at New-
Y'ork, Mr. Erastus Pratt, 34., of Bur!ingtot, N. Y.
There were 85 deaths at .N. York last week, in-
Inluding 15 of consupr)tLion, 7 ofdropsy, 15 of fevers,
8 stillborn.. .

Palladium 3V arine List,

THURSDAY, Oct. .!-'- 1 ;, Ameirica, Rich-
rdson, Cronstadt. S1aii..I .ii. I'.'i and from Elsi-
eur Aug. 6 Spoke, .1st ins,. lat. 42, long. 67, 30,
sc h.'erctry, T'li;.: ..:.' '- tdu, s fro.n Gotte nburg
)6 this port .1, it' i.. VJ W. 14 miles, brig Brit-
unia, from Bath.
SAME DAYy-Brig Rover, Sievenson, Lishbon, 60.
List of vessels at Lishon, 4ithi Aaug.-Brigs Orient
Nancy, Atwood, unc. waiting permission to sell ;
'hio, inc. uwail ing permission to sell ; Aurilla,How-
nmd, for N. York, 6 days, via Madeira ; ship An-
its, Flemming, do. 1I 1i do. Spoke, Anug. 4, off the
Rock of Lisbon, ship Elizabeth, of Philadelphia,
2 days from Rio Janeiro. Sept. 23d, lat. 43, 30,
i,. 60, 30, sch. Madison, 6 days from Marbleahlcead,
ir the Banks, sup lied us with pr visions.
SAME DAYn-schI r. Two Si'sters, Laurenson, St.
meters, 14, wiih part of her outward cargo, (flour)-
oop Eagle, Layiield. BP. id: .
SA i E t.v-Sc ill .v .'...r ,"Marhlehead-
nd Capt. M. communicates the following About
A.M. when off Nahant, standing upon a wind,
Ihe wind- at W.) the schl. Venus, of Boston, run-
ing N. E. whienjusl on ourt weather bow, shIe bore
way, and passing very near us,t under the lee, a
rotuntre, ie ltie th rm rfa man, from her quarter
eck, threw a stone on board, which past between
vo young ladies, passengers, one of whom was
tandi"ng in companion-way,and the other very near
, and went into lthe cabin, just clear of the boy's
adl. The fellow thnt threw ithe stone, said "llthieme,
ail'n you, take that, and carry to Bostoa ." The
Bite weigulid albauc thr980 poUUMd,

SASIE PAT-Sell. tIr. P.-cni. Foster .;:: 'P
Entereid- Sch. Ranitrier. Ptr -tnothi : t -..v *.I ,
Washinvon, Atwood, A!b'i;y : .r' nnah ,; i wi .-
Capt. Atwood left fitt hi,,"t-' Hille, on V;, rih. '
day morning, a sell. froiii Iashingtoon C 1..
Boston, with navy timtiber, sickly. A sLch. for ,'.
camle out in co.
( -- .. Gov. Winslonv, Joseph Cooper. '
Canary islands ;. Georgt, Kin, and Blakely. 1 hi..
rill, N. Orleana ; Arnor.Mi Blake, Marblehead ; scii
Rachel, Niekereon, WaShington. N.-C.: Fareir.
Kregan, Plvymouth. N. C. a 1 I tlr rf ,I'lbcF
William, Nelson, Balltimra: ',lh Jtr nr.J r i
chias: sloop)) Maine, Portland. '
Went to sea, on Tuesday, (wind from the Noril: -
ward and Eastward) brigs Caspian and Win.. Gr::.'-,
Mediterrl.iaan ; Julia, N. Orleans ; Elizabeth, S -.
vannah ; amplson, James River; and others.
OnaWt ...: -,F i'i, ,i .-W .,r,,,r t ;..l]i,, Cih 1,, =,.
brigs I. l F t |,: ,, -,| I,. ht e. ,,l Plt, .
Lark, Tirnitad'; Decatur, N. Oilesin. ; Adl;r.,
Savannali ;Essex, Baltimore : Ci,; RP.:.,., '?,.
niiii ; Climax, Havana ; Hunt.m-, C .1-.- H-i'r.,
(passenger, Mr. J. Walker) ; M'I.,,rr G.. ,.,; L. -
non,; Charleston Mexican, Plt ri. i ',, t....
Return, Ha it tLucyH nwes ; and 'Three Brother,
Gorhtam.of Dennis, far N. York ; sloops OrioGon
frey, and Hero. Davis, for do. ; T'homas & Eliz:'
Providence ; Empress. '
Yesterday, brigs George ant] Blaklely, New Or-.
leans ; Mayflower, (of DOuxburv) Charleston ; schl-
Hero, of Holmes' Hole, for -Mobile ; Rachel, (,i'
.....,F,|,. N F ,,..,.a ; Maidera Packet, Ricl-'
*r. r.....I [. r .'.... c F .. r. ,..: f .,-.b ii .
t.r r ,, ,..I ,,.. -- -i I. XVI I .,J.
Passengers in tihe George, Messrs. Eben Fisket, .
Hawes, Prenti-, E.mnerson, Willians, .Walker aned
wife, Hayt and do. Slieraint, and sererai! in ti(
st'-oi..y' -
l. infant has sailed for Frtedcricisb-it-r.
All thie vessels wliichl were wind-bound below,
went to sea on Tuesday and Wednesday.
An lhermaphrodite I,;.; i, .,I, quatranatine yCe-
terdnv afternoon.
SCap)t. FHe:ddenl.ate of ship Resoiion, came pas-
sentgr ini brig M ,F ., 11 Si, ,I. Left at St. 'lm--
t st S-pt. 4, t, ii,.. ..... ,, ,fur f. ,- ml---
a r.] ; N e ,,, ... 1 ; ,. i,,,,.-. ., 1 .,.,,. ,.,-, ..,,,i .., ,. .
L om n 0 ; l ':.. , L :,h f i,
Ball, not 0 .1I i h r .rI r i 't
do. cargo i F .\,, '.' ,I -i .hiF ,. I i ,t
few dais ; Fame, Adams, front N. Orlieans CO l-';'
in ,, .1 ,.,, ],;, S)Sally, Glitdding, front
Fir I, S. I, 1. II, ofrNewliurvp|lt)rtF for C traroi.
i...l .,.,, I.,i hbefore.- Sc'h. Boston Packetir -
Kennebunk. lori orto Rico. sailed latter end of A-.
Sell. Fishi-Hawk, hence ori WX. Intdies, pu t int,
Glotcetstei o0 'i--...... I ,:.. ii ih lad
Brig Abbyv, P.. ., '.. ,, R,. Jtteiro, ar.
at Saliem ot .....,- .

Brig Mai, 1: rr, ,,i, f.: ,, Mtique' and St. Lu-
cic, lor lthis I.i, ;;I .,t I' .,,,luaiii, oF 1 Tuesday.
The olee'ant new ship Mayflower, of '350 Ion,
a d ( -I ... ..- I i., thle bends, capt. Geo. In irris, ti;n
sailed fromi Ptlymonuth Ior tile Soithl Seas tbinig i r.r
first wlial sitip ever despatched from that port._
Slie is Fnamedr after- the ship from which our fore-
fatiers landed.
Barque Hannab, Bartibtt, front St. Pierres, iin
ballast, Ihais ar. at Plymouth. .
A letter dated rt Angier Point', April 18, savs :--
Tie- sti WilliamtSaviery, Phillips, ot lier passta
liere front Philadelt wa st-nieuk, 2d 1.. i,.
a sqiuall, wvi h t ,,1. her ioretopniast, main-
topgallattni lrast, mitzecitopgallaitamast anId 'lost m
vountg man, named Louis. Oit Ihe Maiarchl, in
heavy I'r ....'. .;,.i, l a.st gave w tav, iwIutainl-
yard ... 1, .. .... '.. tlhe stys, ,i,.I tl e 1 inizen-
lmnst went, just below tihe top, and tile wsliole if tl,
rigging was obliged to ie cut away, to clear u" t:,
wreckl-thFe stern ioat was lost in the saIe gale.--
The shiip is now complete and in fine order, purse-
ing tier voyage to Canton."
The Hlannah, of Porlsmonth, for St. Uhes, was to.
sail front Bremen about Juy 20 but hlia d not ar.At ,-
21- A Kenn ,,iunk l "., i,,, 1,,,, ;,. .
edi i *.r,r: i .,i 'l,:f ,i.r 1
'd' \ .r,e,, ,.,.J G n;,i ', ; ,.'.) .. l ',' ,,, i
A(U F.,- ,.d., j,,. ., hirmBat : Mlechanic, Ncve-
York, 22 ; asch. from Bristol, R. I. with ports. A
brig fruim Bolston, ,..-.,,i, 7 miles to wiiid-
wind, in 7 feet w ., I '- .,.j to be thle Thinoies.
whichli sailed July 28.] "
Brigs lFornax, uncer. and Caravan, for Gotten--
btnrg. few eayse, were :rt IAFFF.,r l i,,i. A,. 15.
The Phoenix, for i.: ,,. ji vas at Hi'-
van a, about 12lth lit. '
[Anolher account states, that the Phoenix wi't.
from and bound to Philad. Sharpe master.]
Al Matanzas, Sept. 10, Collector aidl First At-
tempt, for R. Island ; brias M-hli,:.tr ,..; ,i
fro m p .'-,, ,i ,,-,.l. i,, I .. .r; J i. .. i .I l h -
chliar- L', .... r. ones, and '1 % i ,, ,
do. d. '. *.ii,.r, 'i.,- ,|l, do. do.; Co( gmbiaAtwouu
just ar. from Belfast; seM. Mile, Cushing, fr. Bt,.
d n'.,:f 1a, ;,,- "
-.. ',. i., Bates, of Cohasset, for Provi-
denace, with iron, sailed from' Cork about l43 CIas
Ship Geo. Long, Long, 28 days froiom LiverpolT
for F. i, ... poken 'Scpt. 9, lalt. .3, lIon'.
45, '. ,' ,,, J i ., | offoreItnnitst, forvarda i i ,
sai ls. in ,a lien i- i' l" t ont i 2 ",
B igNew F I. I I. 'l. .. I.. of, this port, frimii,
,St. Salvador for Cronstatt, was spoken Aug. 1, ii.
the Eingtlish Channel.
Bvig Faulnny, ...... .. days from M, 'ana:t t
for this port, ar .N, 1.. VI'. i Pa.sutgc, muare \w-
port, oni Sundiy evening last, with loss of 'maii.-
boom, short of provisions, and sickness Oil board.

Slooip New-Yr. I ,r.- ..fPuovid--e, for N.
York, cl. at N. i. i. .. i ,. ,
ers, was advt 3d. d r boston, t .
SBrigs Ihlarriet 'z..Lucy, FarnsworlI, fr. Camudetru,
anti Ahiira, henre, 9r. at Savannah 22d nilt.
Sailed fi'rom RiefliImoid,26th, scn.Post Boy, Nei.'-
bsiryport ; slo p "'1 :. .,. i. R'. sl;iMnd.
Ar. at S'orfolk .1- .-.:.. Gero. Hlenrv, odges,
(ol this port) N. York ; sloop Phoebe Ai;I, Palmhc'
Westpolt. In thie Roads, brig Albert, Kih... (fl'thmi
port) Liverpool, 57, (r ,JnriiRa s livere. In East Iti'-
er,/2Sthi, l)rilg W in. ltciiy, I'aiii,o e'lo.ca t.vei'ry i!l.
Sell. Bome0, f'om Prnovidence for Alt.tanriai;,
entered Clesapeakc Biv iibonit 29.ti.
Ar. at liltlirnore, 30tli, lirigs Mairgaret,l Trinhi(t:.
21 ; Fed. George, Field, Bostn ; sehs. i'ancii., Lev'-
is, do, ; Fountain, Hill, St. Andriews ; Leader..
Siili, NaItuckeilt : Indepetdence, Ames, Alexta,-
F Brig Betsey, Blackstone, for St. Andrews,aind .:c!i.
FR 1vorite, Coquitton,of Dartmouth, for Hartford, ci. ,t.
Phihil. 291h.
Ar, aiLPhila. 29W sltin SI 01h, sliii eroie, Shr-ihl
Bosth ;.... Pleiades', West, Hltiiibarg, 75) 3 ;in;,-
ter, ('.. .1) en. Barts, 22 ; Elizabetlt, ieuce ; Sic;-
Reguilator, Luce, do.
Ar. 1st 1,nst. sclh. Hyder Ah, Ad;nms, 1'ortlsnoiti.-
UtJ), si;s. Mars, of Fren-hmai'is Bay, fbr PCI a, -
dn, 3d ; Ainandiud Mathinnt, Campbell, for P-irsa,.-
la mnd Molhle. 6th.
Tie Colombiae ai Pliilad. has 32 j>avsep;t;e,.s; n-
mong ull itRev. Me.ssrs. Nerinkiz amd V/e, li' mst,
ani 8 C;illiolia Students from Flatiniern, ott thtei
wayto tlle ( .i... ., rvorgotowin, Col.
Ar. at N. Fi, r Br. Lrig sauie, Dlmidec, 133
brig Atmbuscede, H:,tana, l", : trnows Re..,- al I
Fime, NamtuI.cket. Clemred, ships Flora, Lyoinaii i
Mar5ii Theresa', Smith. T iii .r'nnl
.'F .. ... Ihr piisse' i '. i i... .,Iran-ship Robert
F I'i. ., u. .* Cliti.lesron aud Savaniitah, were Judmhe
Chiarhton, son and servant, Judge Ri-ichardson eJutdi
Hi'p," -tid servant, Col. C. W. Btilow, Col. Dra'-
tt... .'.1. '- Hn-ger, lady and servant, Mr.' J. Colls-
ton Graves, ltdy ant servaat,i 1 ir. John Middletoni,
lady, sister and servact, Mr. Pinkcev, lady and set-
vani, Mr. Artlhinr Sidd!tcln and serylant, lMh. Lukl
Goodman and two daughters, Col M'Cormaic!",
Messrs. J. H. Wilson, G. Ghisolm, J. P. Chtisolm,
Mills, Thomas Leninons, Galliard. Justvi'l Lut-
dowze, H. )eheon, R. M artin, B. ";,,:,'.'..',,,.,. ".
Webster, Griswold, A.F.Dtaham, J .1 Ii, .i...,,. i,
M'Gufly, tWin. Renes, Gravely, Hnnter, T. Parish,,
Priingc, S. G. Walker, C. S. Masters, yrd arxt
servniil Zellcck.
[The R.F. was at anchor near Sandy Hook, oB
Monday )ast,on account of a head wied, but proba-
bly got inder way Figaia on Tnesday:].
Brig Floyd, for Nice, sailed from 1ennehunik o
Sunday lust.
Ar. at Providcnce,lst, salt. Pollv-R;lerCork, 40.


c IHARLES WINSLOW, No. 7, Conr1 .Il, htt
.,just opened, I case frashi Leghorn STIRAWS,
from Nos. 30 to 50, of superior fabric. Also-stri-
ped Silks---Crape Shawls-figured Poplins-Boim-.
bazeeis-Nankeen anud Catnlo Crapes--inalawS
-black Sarsnets--lIanddkerchiefs, t&c. &Q.
Sept, t. S3


TV17; -'hosand Dollars U. S. 6 per crst Stock,
it i nt .rs t> suit prehasers-9900 ] ...F
ot .Nw-Or!eanis. and 1 .1700 on Newb"rn, .i. L.--
or salte by i 1.1l.[it L n DEAN, Birkers,, Old
t"i l, House.
A;'.L )-'-A few Shares in the State, Maniufac-
tir--rs' and Alcelianic s Banks.
S.' I, want IIto piurease Bills of Exchange otn
P.V'r''- ,I,. k, l:Iladctlphia, B ,aliimor, Charleston,
S '. Itr a it 3 or 4 monI tlts. Good
SHai nd negocated o reasonable terms.-
B- ii ,!:itls exchanged at the current rates, and per-
:-ijn: aiti -tion given to business all hours in lie- day.
F .A- preminmi given for Spani h Dollars, and
)li)i ilo), s boutell and sold. 3pis Oct 5.
D R. INGALLS will commence his course of
Lectures on Anatomyv and Surgery on the
third WEDNESDAY in November next.
Oct. 5.
tHE Contributors to the Dispensarvyarre hereiy
.notified, that t feir annual mietiitg f"or the
choice of Oflicers, lor their ensuing yes', will le
beld at the Hall of the Massachuseuts Bank, on
Thursday, the lli in-i. at 10 o'clock. A. M.
Ol. 5,. 2 S
JiAN i)EL AN) 11AYl)N SOCIhtlY.
A N adiournced meting of the ithove Society, will
A le hItcl ion SI'NDAY EVENING next, at 6.1
:itclock. Holders of Season Tickets are riepct-
fully requested O lo elice thll on this cening they
.'ill le admitted. JO1SEPf1 IE\VIS, nc',!.
S tiaSoi Tickets to admit Ihre' persons to iieC Ora-
tt)riv and all lthe R ,-l'varsiits tt t n mity occ r oi t ilie
first and itird Sunday veveaiais in each month, at
S ,. .lT. t ', teils t ad Inil the bearer to the saintme
*i" ,I ....1. a,5-nay be had al the Book Store
of Col. S. H. I'ar,ker, No 12, Cornhill. Oct. 5.
L. .,, I o iretmilnded that the Annual
V .. tlor t ,e choice of Officers will be
hdld at their Hlall, Bedford-street,on Saturday Eve-
ting next, at seven o'clock. A punctual attendance
is requested.
N. B. Several Gentlemen, wishing to become
Members, will be bullotted fntc on tiit evesiig.
(Oct. 2. V. COFFIN, Jr. S.ietey.
Vo. 30, MlmiKET-STRE ET,
PR.G IE .. """1 ,f, ,..,. 1.- patrons amld
ithe .., .. ....,... .. I his E VE -
NIN(G SCHIOOL, 1or instructing yonng gentilemen
in 1: .:;. Writing, Arithnetic, and Book-Keep-
ig 1,.. price of his tuition will le reasonable.-
Nit scholar will be admitted fior less time than a
quarter. Pleae apply to Mr. Gin.t,i at his School
lioomn, or at his house, corner of High and Atkin-
soni-st reets. Oct. 5.
C AOMMENCED) his School for young Gentle-
Stim nen, a lMondiay Evening last, with ia very re-
sp-cta.tile number. More can be admitted, if ap-
plication is made.
N. B.-.-,ir. C. will receive Scholars to practice
for his Exhibition, until the 15.th inst. For terms,
apply at his House, No. 31, Haiiover-street, two
doors below (Conac't-Hill. Oct. 5.


f'iLAUDIUS BRADFORD will take an Eve-
finog Class of Gentlemien to inslruct in thle
'French Language ; wWhich he will give a comn)etent
knowledge of, with thie purest pronunciation, in
one iaarir'. He will satisfy any gentleman of its
practicability ; aand will comenielce, as soon as a
class is formed, in a convenient and central room,t
A Class ofLadies, however" small, that may be
formed in Bostioi, or any of the adjacent towns, will
be attended ir houses a thei et at any hour of thil day,
tAnd instructed on the sanispriiiciple.
Please apply to him, at the room over Mr. J. Cal-
hlender's sture,' No. It), Mltrlhboro'-street, or at Mrs.
liradlord's, opposite the Rolpewalk, Pleaisant-street.
Sept. 18. Spis

A Toa Meeting of the Selectmen, Oct. 3j. 13821-
_.'-. In cosesleintce ofthe unumerotuss apjl)icatio"i's
J'or Lil.enses to retail Stpiiiluitus Liitoi-rs-It was
That the Board will approbate e person for a
License as as an [tIn wilder, Victualler, or Retailer of
Spirituous Liquors, prior to the fir:t day tof January
Attest. THOMAS CLARK, Townt Clerk.
Oct. 5.
-i' 4)' I [E is hereby given, 'That the
- Subscriber lhis bee;in duly appointed Admitn-
istrator, ou the Estatil of
late of Dorcthes.'-, in ito Couitly of '. Mer-
chant, deceased, aad lihs taken ,pon himself tliat
trust, by giving h;,.l ss s lthe law directs. And all
persons hai ag demands tipon the Estate of the said
Sallmuel Spear, tare requir-d to exhibit the same ;
and all persons iniidete'd to Ihe said Estate, are cal-
led Ip)on to make.paymenI Ito
SAMUEL IHUBBA3LRD, Administralor.
Oct. 5, 16' 1.
N O i'lf1E is hereby g'iv.-.n, t'iait the
ub. scriber has Ibeen `,,ly appointed Ad ain-
istrator ou tie EIstate of'
Ltle of Boston, in the County of Stutllk, Ma-
xin'r, deceased, and li-ts talels tupon himself
that trust b giving bonds as ithe law directs. And
nil persons h having dean's upon the LE.tte oft the
saTiu 'ioA.s JosNis, are required to cxhlibit the
same and all petrsms indebteted to the said Estate,
are culled upol teo mak, 1 ..-.. t to.
S. [ O. ,,iL.1, .dm.inistretor.t
onqftm, Oct. 1821'.
" OTOTICE is hlerd- giv'ci, Thrat tlhe
sa esulbscr;emr lis iell dly appointed Admini s-
ratlor on tlieEsitate of
late eof '?;tou', it the Coeiy o '. Mariner.
dl ea-,d, anld has t.akC .i ujtli I .1 i N i L. trls!t y
.givin boi.ds, as tile law directs. And all person's
ha i dn t d up i EO.'at of tle sChaid Jo.i-
cii'/Pei 5I'CIs,S are rqir-ed i to exhibit Ithe satie
-id iall pecrsois indte lted to the said E.,tate, are
aloed upou to akoe p nsaynen-t to
S. B LAGGE, ..Jmiitnistrtlo,'.
SBtoswo, Ort. 5. 1V21.
-j ,.I. e L i.'. .LOST.-Th o person
oflli. Mtliodist C'thaiel, n Buromfieldl's L:te, o4t
;3' sunday a'lernuon last. "is rc(nested to Fitt.! ti llie
tame. and to itestiTons will \,i asked. Oct 5.
SrI'iFEiS liii services o-r tluc ",atsactiot of
c:t N'Ho. 'I, di'ii-,.eet "ci.
As Aaeiit f, '1'O'i ILAS R. PA.YSON, C)aiats-
stoet /it-rschnu;t, Nets-Orleais, le will amake, adhvan-
Ci.s ot c;) e !s-!t]ictus., irati.iis.t all business wiith, "-
si it'cKt goods io', and ship thtei to that house witlh-

e n
Aiears. JTbn Pretal Son, t,
Messrs. Frnch &u Tlucker, Bostona ;
S Jetsse PuittnO, Esq. |
THios. Brewer, Esq.
lttl h K5]arcatn, Balitioreu;
Juhn i1. Ladd I Co. Alexandrila.
ept. 18. epi-lto.
r1' {O LET'.-A three story Brick outse,
situate in ILevetreit-phce, convenientt for a
genteel fauily, coitaiaing two parlors, a kiurhuen
witht Rttnausrd boilers, attd maant otir mcoitt'eniel-
ia's, making together a sets- desirable situation.
Iuquiie at No. 11, Vine-stree. Oct. 5.
A HOUSE for asmnall family, in a genteel part
of the town. Inquire at the Palladium-Otlice.
Oct .t. St.

A ND may be entered uipon0 iminediateli, all the
Shops "that tremaia octnrei I itc et tt t New
Buildiaz, in Bromfield Place, Bromfield'i Lane, a-
mong themu is one particularly intended for a Bi ak-
smnith's Shop, the rent of which is ,150 per vear.--
'he others are adapted to all branches of imecihan
i'al business, but more particularly fot' the Coach
and Cihaise Manufactory, having a l'arg and spa-n
iout-s Yard for the act.commodation of Carriages,
-sc.--ihe renis will be reasonal)le. Apphl at No.
4t; 3iharlboro'-ilret, hiw S'ep)t,. 2,

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P,-xThe Sicam Ship ROBERT-FUL-
TON, 1'T. BA To.n'n), master, upwards ofsevan hun-
dred ton bulrthen. coppered, built a.nd served with
ceopper- bolls iin a very extraordinary maniser will
depart Ience on the 21stin t. for the above nmen-
l e d orts. iHer -tops at some of the intermce-
diae ports, will be no longer than to send her
hats on shore with the tdssengers. The acceoln-
i' lalions are iii a very handsonet style, and must
afford o, fort to tr ivellers not to be obund else-
where. Passage inay be engaged bv letter (post
paid.) No delay wliatm'er in the time of sailing
wiil otcur. DAVID DUNHAM &. CO
No. 144. Pearl-s reet.
ein-York, Oct. 2. [O. 5.]
Thin ship HERALD, Philip Fox,
--' .', master, will sail on or before the 1i0th
inst. For freight o ...-
e ecuant accommodations, apply toD T 11) I i 1 a, C ,
LEY, No. 46, Cential-wharf, or the captain on
board, opposite, epistf Oct. 5.
.,4 i The sloop WILLIAM & HENRY,
'- ';t_._ Prlua, ir GiEBs, master, will sail with
all dispatch. For freight or .'; -. having good-
aeconmiodations, apply to F: G. DAVEN-
PORT, or Masier opposite, on South side No. 14,
Ceiii al-wharf. Oct. 4.
;m iFreight will be received on board a
-_..--32 good ship until the 20t6 ins)t at a low
rate. Apply to E. LOCK, No. 5, Gongress-square.
7 Somiiie more passengers can be accommnota-
ted. Oct. 5.
,..L For CHARLESTON, (S. C.)
/; The fast sailing schr. CERES, T. L.
.' .i. MaIso, master, will sail on Tuesday
iext. 1 or Freight or P'-'-- '. ,plh' to the master
on board, next-hllow the l i .i: ..l.... Long-whif.
or to I. &. E LINCOLN. No. .5.who have for stale,
Prime Rice-N. O0. Cotto'n-lMalagn Wine-Ou-
ba Honey-Spanish Sugars, &c. Rc.
Oct. 5. 2p.
The regilarpacketbrig RICHMOND,
:-~., Webb), master, will sail on Sunday 7th
:... !:. freight or passage, apply to HENRY
HOVEY & CO. No. 23, Central-wharf.
Oct. 5. 2p.
'For NEW-ORLEJANS, on Sunday next,
Thie fine ship CAROLINE, JorItt Gis-
.'., r, I, master, will p 'ttlih eb .- l the day
I t, i o-m orrow a, ar 'i i .'. .1.. t. -l:'"'l
h, l* l i n l |, i I .*, i ,n lj i i I. ) -i. l o r! o w a t 1 0 .. .- 1 :
i ., .,. ,.., :. I ,,i -. AND' RF VS,No. 43,
'i i,,, .1-,. -, I .., .,. lW-t.'. CLARK, .r.
P. S.-The F'reighters are requested to send in
their papers immediately. Oct. 6.
F' OR NE\-ORLEANS-o,? Sunday neart,
The brig CINCINNATUS, S. B Ho-
aar, inaster, will sail on Sunday next,
7th Oct. wind and weather peraitinttg.
Two more liassengers can lie accommodaLted.-
Please apply ait No.'23, Central-wharf, to FIEN.RYX
HOVEY &KCO. N. MERITT, or the master on
board. Octl. 5.
.,-'.'.. The neew and s pori..,. f- .:;- ',Il
.:' .. I. JI|per'-fastened and (< '; ....b. ,,b.
sl..,. IJ I.'i', VERNON, JABEZ HoWs.;, mas-
ter, will sail for lie abo',ue port early in October.--
For Freig-htn wiich will lie taken -at a low rate, or
P'assage,'-havii, ct'7'""it "cconnmodlalions, with
Beds and Beddinal" i..... -1 apply on board, souh i

side of Inia-whiar to WVILLA'M GOD'UARiD,
No. 10, Central-wharf, or to GEORlGE NOBLE,
No. 16, I ...- ..
The .i.. ....... will proceed f-rom the above
port for Liverpool and tretiurn to Boston a1 early'
Sprint ship. She is intended to be regular in the
abovt roet Spring and Fall.
Shippers ol Goods froti Liverpool are assured'
that shlie shall always sail firom thence on the day.
that miaybve pointed. epistf Sept. 21.
-n.- FOR SALE,
.. '--,, 'Thebrig MFARGtAlRET & SARAhI,
-'_..., 19.-1 tons, low deck, between 3 and 4.
years old, carries a large cargo, and in eri cllc nt
order for a voyage, to any part of the world-would
lie sld low if appliention is made inimediaiely to
flI'LELLAN & CHADWICK, No. 40., Central-
wharf. Oct. 2.
S Central-wharf, have for sale,
500 bills. Alexandria superfine and scratched
150 lhltb. 1'-- I-",f'Kentucky Tobacco,
500 ke.s ii.. ....... I manufactured Tobacco, of
) ariots iqualities-sonne very prime,
240 bales Cotton, received by recent arrivals
from New O leans. Oct. 5.
W0 NE-SAhLT, &c.
C FRPHEUS HIOLMES, No. 5, Fish-stree, hMas
"I for sale,
50 (r. casks Sweet iMalaga Wine, entitled to de-
bet aure,
50 bltds. line blown Salt,
Coar-e Liverpool Salt,
INew -Enlgild Rlunt aNs above, -with a general
at s-ort ienit of W. l. Goods. Oct 5.
NT OW landing from brig Williiam, and for sale bI
Jl1k JOlN'. PPAYSO. No. 9j, Ludia-streel,
20 titles Loit-ta COI ION Oct. 5.
F4 OR SALE. 10001 Spatish 0 Hides, iusI rc-
S eive:l-700 Sildes Sle Loathler, and 1200
Cape de Verd Goat Slrii., -ill oflli lbe~t quulitv.-
Apply to SAMUEL TRA.N, No. 23, Merchants'-
,.'1.o, to Let *i i Ptrk-shrel Chlrch.-A PE]', sit-
iLatc-d oiln road Aier No. Go-Apply ah above.
Oct. 5. It.
Spirm Oil i aj'oat, Fishit, Win, Si..
V'HE .,.. ., I.. N oepiue, consisting of 250
ct or Nesw- tlii "i -li. 1 Stoie--
15 pipes Old Port Win e,
Halflpipes aeil qr. casks Old Port WXine,
10 pipes Oli\e Oil,
4.50 qtls. Cod Fish
B0 f!. Noih CEarolina R. 0. H hd. Staves,
100 bbls. No. 1 P-lrk. For sale by BIXBY K
VALENTINE, at their Store. No. 3. Fisl-street.
Oct. 5
l\u.7ra Skins, icuniiia Wool and ,S/cin...
SAKE S ilODGES, No. 30 i, ndi-.trcet, oel'-
fii ibr silB, just ri-ceised.
16t000 Nntra Skitts-1 bale 'ii-unia Skins,
1 do. ith. Wool. tiis Oct. 5.
5 s t BOXES white Havint SUGAR, landin-g
fUipsi I Rht-ig Galatvo-fr sale by
Se0ptr. 7. itlf .53, Cienliri)-iharf.
f4"IHOMAS DENNI A SON, No. ,31, State-
5. street, have for Eali, now landiNiig rom l Brig
A few Pipes Rochcic BRANDY, Rasteaa's
brand. On HitI, ,
10 Pipes do. do. do. do. Florida's Cat-o,
imported in May last. 3|>i S-'-t.21.

D OUBLOONS.-j100 Doubloons for
--Y sale by ,MeLELLAN S. CHADWICK, No.
40, Central-w'ih: i. Oc. 5.

JAMES H. FOSTER, has received bl the brig
S Olive, front Havre, via New-York,
A few cases and bales PAPER HANGINGS,
of new and fashionable patterns,with rich clolh and
gilt Borders. ALSO--A variety of common Paperi
and Borders, which are now open and for sale at
No. .539, Mai Iboro'-strect, cortier of Stiiuner-st-Let.
[PjPersons bIilding mor repaiiMit Houses, who
are in want of Papers, wi!l fi]d a good assortment
at the above Store, and at low prices,
Aag. 31, ic

N O. 10, Me-celnts'-Rotw, have rec.'tivd per
T' a LoiIon Packet, ai tidditiounal assortment uct
FINE GOODS, which are offered on t'avoturable
teruos, siz :t
Gentlemens' English Silk Pocket IIlkfs. of the
largest size, and assorted rict! pattern-n-1si'
Super 4-4 black and white Ginghaims, for tow i
Ladies' black and colored English Kid Gloves,
hest nq alpittiy,
Do. do. and white Silk Gloves-Gentlemen'" do.
London Twist, in balls of aii colors:
Super while Welsh Flannels,
London Cassimeres, fashionable mixtures nd
other colors,
Also; the Genuine (L) Steel,
Hallback's best German do.
Brass Kettles-British Crown Glass and Porter
Expected daily per. Parthian, '
An assoitnent of Prinied and figured 8-4 Cassi-
meCre Shawls, and 5-4 black Bomnliazinee.
Oct. 3. eplifw.
R RICHARDS, .ir. 6, Dock-square, has jist
_b. received 5000 pounds ENGLISH CXAIi)
WIRE it tin Cannisters assuorled 'os. 28l, 30 31,
32, and 33-which he offers for sale on terms l tat
cannot fail to please the purchaser. Oct. 5.
OSIHUA CRANE. No. 51, Lonti-wharf, has
just received a cargo of SWEDIES IROY,
vhich, with his formerstockof IRON antd STEUL,
makes his assortment complete, and which iii he of-
fers for sale in lots to suit purchasers, on the "lost
reasonaanle terms. ip Oci. 5.
A B OXEIS i .... ,, 'i'rown Windosw (-iolss
-_IW O assorted -. -- .. 8-o 12 by 16 inches,
100 boxes Tin Platie,,
30 rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to 8 lbs.
30 casks Patent Shol, all sizes.
3 tons -Newv-Ore'ans Bar L-ead,
100 tcaks ihst Englishi Ti wer Proof Powder,
6 casks Brass K'eTtlns, hin Nests, -
3 ons Lotndon Blistered Steel,
30 bundles She) Iron, large sheets, .
50 bundles Iron Wire, asorIted,,
*0 to i inch Loinon Lead Pire,
Englisli and American Hollow Wi're,
G Cast Ihron Book Cases and Chests, with extra
4 cases Mill and i cunt Saws,
Nails, Brals and'Tacks, with a general as-
sortment of Hard Ware Goods, for sale by
JOHN ODIN, No. 11, Dock-square. Octl.5. .
0 casks dry white Laad-8-l do. red do.
'200 kegs white Lead, in oil,
3S casks Sipanish Brown,
5001lbs. Chrome Y.lli -2000 do. patenil Yellow;
10 casks l i .- 1 .-'i- V. etlian itRed,
500 lbs, Pvtu.-.I. I. :-n, Vcrmnilien,,
S0 casks English Linseed Oil,
30 do. Spirits of Tirpenitine,
20 carboys Oil Vitrial-2000 lbs. Ttrneric,
4 hhds. Madder--100 bbls. ground Camwirod,
50000 Tenazes-40 casks Alim,
500 hbis. Rosin--6000 lbs. Verdigris,
5 cases Camphor--5 do. Rhubarb,
20 casks Flor Sulphurs
2000 lbs. pulverised Crem Tartar,
600 do. Gum Benzoin-3000 do. Aloes,
2000 do. Cort. Winter,
I dram Alepluio Scammony,
2 eases Gin Arablic, Turkey,
I do. Gun, T. ._V '- i--,- :, 1bs. Castor,
S50 dozen C .:t.. .1,
50 oz. Chit, 3I I., I,, ,i,,s,
500 lbs. Mereuials-20 bills. Salts,
1000 dot. Eomn Salhi-39 casks Olive Oil,
2000 do, Liquorice Root-53000 do. Sal Sodila,
&,if do. Tart. Acid-100 do. Oil Cassia,
20 botlles Oil of Cloves5
1 caannisier Essence Lemon-1 do. Bergamot,
Indigo-Nicaragua Wood-Cudbear, I'c.
Together wilt ain exttensive assortinoit oft
on the most favourable terms. 5w. Oct 5.
S5 1[ H iDS. AnligRuatRn,,
96 do. Santa Cruz do.
15 pipes old Madeira Win.:, whick has; la.sn ti-
pening in St. Thomas fori wo years, lust re-
ceirted per brig m. i'. i.: Sarah, and schr.
H-oratio, from St Il -..-.. *.
36G hhs. 'd and 4tll proof St. Croi K,.Runt, (an en-
tire lot)
10 do. do, do.
20 pipes Benecarlo Wine,
20 half do. Io.
120 (Ir. casks sweet Malaga Wine,
75 do., dry do.
15 half do. do. do.
10 qr. casks Sicily Madeira Wine,
134, )ales New-O:leans Cuotton,
40 do. pI.ime IUJland do
6 do. do. Sea Island do.
100 boxes dlo. brown Havana Sdgar,
10 hhduls..do. New-Oleans do.
160 do. Kentucky and Richmond Tobacce,
40 casks Rice-50) hls. Mess Beef,
4 casks Hants-30 Ibs. J.Tones' Scotch Snuff,
100 boxes Welsh's No. 2 Chocolate,
250 kegs spiced Salmnm,,
8 linxes HI --'- C:-.--, t-. '-.
For sale b.y .1 ,1 \ I 1' it \I 53, No. 43, Cen-
tral-wharf. eiissiw Oct. a.

S. AVE received I) ite h'- tc arrivals, a comdehl-e
assortment of SILK, COTTON and WOOLLEN.
A constant supply of Broadcloths, Cassimetes,
Saltiieits, Flannels, Brown and Bleached Sheetings
tand i, t,,"...lams, Sripes, Cihecks, Bed
'Tick, \' ..., II. -..i, n. WalVthiam Shiectigs and
.ic;, i;,,.:. by the pieceor bale.
'- I I oawis9w.
TUST received at No. 4, Central-strect, one case
s superior Silk Itanhan Lsltrings-one case longn
w.hit, Kid Gloves--one bale Black and Bltue
French Cluths, superior te:;tuare.
Sepl. 21. 4li-.
'UST received from Europe and India, ninety
Ipackatges of DRUGS and MEDICINEiS, attnd
ifor sale at a small advance by CHARLLES
WHITE, No. 1, Marlbo.o'--sttoeet, corner of Win-
1C' Country Traiders, Physiciais anttd Private
Families, will have particular attention paid ito
their orders, and every article will be put up of the
fir.sI quality, amt at lthe lowest market prices.
Oct. 5. 6w.
OSEF-PHI P. BRADLEE, Nos. 12 and 13, But-
,.I ler's-Row, has for sale, 100 Phihtdelphia Oven
Stoves, various sizes,
100 Box Stoves, Nos. I to 7,
50 Franklin do. for store and ships' use,
50 square Canada Stoves, for churches and
l.'. i., I'ytramid Stoves, brass mounted,
S. ..... u. adParkir's Cooking Stoves,
Lawrncie and Mellen's do. do.
WVilsoni's do. do.
G' Sole's do. do.
100 Sheet Iron Stoves and Funnels,
50 Sheel Iron Room Warmters,
10,000 Iths. Russia Sheet Iron Funsals,
10,000 hIts. ElU-'isls Funnel. ALSO.
Jest received rm t Nev-Y ork, 1itson's Parhur
atid Counitinig Hlouse Suovets, with sheet iron denrs)
awl bra-s ornamenteudl. 20spis Sept. 27.

PER, &c.
SILES LODGE, No, 43, Broad-street, hasjust
'rciied hi thie uilo. ftiom Liverpool,
2( casks dry White Leatl,
20 eases Sheat-ling Co(p'o r, IG to 22 oz.

24 u-ases Sheathhig Copper', 20 to 30 oz.
12 cases bright do. '21 to 23 oz.
10 casks Red Lead,
50 blhhds. very old English Coperas,
12 -, I ., Englishi Card-Wire, assorted, Nos.

10 rolls Sheet Lead, 4 to 6 Ih).
Lead Pipes, suitable for Aqueducts, all :z.as,
August 31. i.sf1

T EWIS TPPAN, hias re..mov.ed from- No. 31, .lS"TO2 T jI7., TRE.
L Broad-street. to the Chambers i'f No. 4. Kil-
Si- ee,er theStore of Mlr. sc C. K u tALi.. The Manaigers trespceffilhy inform the Public, that
they havc engaged
S'_AS Removed from School-street, to No. 1,
Bnmstead-Phtce, Common-street. Oct.4. 111R. HILSON'S FOURTH NIGHJT.

AM1ES BREWER, has just received 400 ELE-
s,,te, green, c. it a wihanti thout o I rdt'rs. Also.
2 b.iles elegant PEI,1SSE CLOTHS, 16s6 per
yard only--which are going rapidly. 85, Market-
streiet. Oct. 5.

R ECEIVED l;y the recent arrivals, Crates par-
ticularly assorted for the country trade-war-
ranted of first quality Ware, and in good order-on
the lowest terms. Apply to EDWARD -PAGE,
o. 80, -iddlle-street, corner of Mlil-pond-street.
.Li"TED, a n active BOY, about 14 years of
age. .Inquire as above. epis2]m Oct. 5.
1OR sale by,. BAKER I& HODGES, No. 30,
India-street. Oct. 5.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. n CO. have for sale,
1000 pieces Rutsit a Sheetings,
71 ceils ,do. Cordage, tutilded to deben-
Mil... .. i Columenar Wine,
*.' : 1 1-Pahn do. Al/so,
Prime Mioarlore Goal Skins. if. Oct. 5:
--' \VE received by ic tL Falcon, Suffolk and
Blue and whiie and twi blue Prints,
Dark and li!It fatcy do.
Mad'.I uTaiu' drrianulaui' Hlandkerchiefs,
Cambric 1 andkerchi( fs and Cravalts,
W hite' ninlenouiird l''Intn'l-,
Tr: ,r I plain Bmtbuazicts,
1: .i "-'. t I and 'iart an -Piailds,
Printed Salislury IFlamulels
6-4 '.Iand -1.- whlito Cambrics,
6-4 ad -4 Iplaint atu 1igtgird Muslinsu,
Bucit tra us-PI'l;i;c !'"litu]tres, "
Bow.in Linen--WoXsted Hosiery,
Bliie Plains- Drab Kerseys,
Sumperfitie !but and black 'Kerseymeres,
Superline lile' ind black Broadciolhs,
TbiMIn eli awanisdowI' and Valencia Vestings,
7-4 to 114. Rose Beankes,
!i.ick !ud coluired Tabby Velvets,
Dark. Check Gingham.,
Coiourtd i".'ai tbrwes-G0loves,
Dinmoies-Coat and Vcsl Buttons.
Sept. 21. Otis
W. H. & J. W. DWIGHT,
H A'.o 52. irtaid-slieet,
H AVE receivredby the Triton, Mountt Vernon
and Milo,ft'rom Liverpool, 153 packa;h-s "of Seasona-
ble G .- .i '.. i. -'l .',1'i ., s black and assorted col-
ors iit.', .. ...,,. i .-- .- Drabl Kerseys-blue
Platii, --t:.. -3a t ,i ,.-- -Ielushings-Vestings-ca-
sesof London Clothsand Cassimeres-worsted and
lam)b'. .I..l ;.'.,;. -....,, ..I and spoattd Frocks-
Red i ,. I.,,, .... ,.vo blue Prints-- dark
and light Prints--Furniture Prints and Plates ; 9-8
and -4 white Camnbrics ; 9-8, 5-4, and G-4 Jacuon
and colored Sarsnets : 7-8i and 9-8 Shirlings ; Tab-
by Velvets; ihilte and colored Neck Hdkfi'.; blue
and yellow Briltnnias ; black &u while Silk Gloves ;
brown Linens; (6-4 Ditioties ; Furniture Dino-
ties ; Umbrellas; Knit bEaces ; Pearl Buttons, kc.
&c. which are for sale, on good terms.
Sept. 11. eopiaitw.
-- No. 4t, Marlboro'-street,
SI- AVE received the principal part of their fall
supply of the following articles, vin :-Brussels, Ve-
nitiiin, superfine Kidderminster,and coiimeon CAR-
PETINGC--hIpueral, Brussels, Kidderminster and
,W ilton ;:.. -!- .. Carpet iigs- .. .,',.. i ;.,.--
Litun '1- i I- l ah!. L.inen-- e iu '" ,,.1..-
i'r :.I .- -Culrtain Puins--Billiard Cot,;s--
1 ..... .., -. Cpis Sept. 28.
( Il',.il'..:,LAND SHIIRTINGS.
IE LIPlHALET H A'IA No. 30, Broad-street,
. I has io sale Cinubehrland reachedd aind hi'coNi
Shirtiags. his.ich,. tut--tli. r v i ih .gect.neral ;-u..ut-
tment GOODS, will be sold low, by the package or piece.
Ala.o, full blood and common WOOL.
Sept. 2i iseCjt v
S HITTNEY & GOULD, No. 3, Central-street,
haVe for sale, an invoice of Silk and other
Ficrelnch Goods, of at recent importation, consisting
Elegant .plaid Ribbons. insets of 5-12 and G-16,
Rici, ligtured Satin do. it a varic': of puatitcns,
Plain assorlid ITafih'ta No. 3, Rihbons,
Ds. Jet bIlack do. No. S3 at 12, do.
Superior black Crapes, for rtailinrg,
Marino 5-4 and C-4 1.hawls-Imitation 6-4 do,
Merino 3-4 Hd-ifs.---Do. Poinh do.
Silk ,Velvets, black and otier colours,
Ostrich Feathers,
Kid Gloves (Habit) first quality-Buckskin do.
Mens' and Women's black and white silk do;
Silk Hose-iBlack Bonibazhie, 5-4 elli
Plaid Silks. of new patterns,
Artificial Floure.rs,
Plush,t assorted colours, -ALo0-
3 cases Paris blatk heavy Livaitines,
2 do. white and 1 case assorted Souple Satin,
2 du. Avignon Florences,
I do. Limitao i Cashmere Long Slhawls, very rich,
1 iT. grec Floretces,
1 dot. Satin Ribbons,No. 1, ., 2 and3 high colors,
put uI) expressly for the Spitnish market, it) 30
yfird Tpieces, entitled to debenture,
2 cartoons inarro lThread Laces,
TlVo o,. ahni,'onsigaiunush'tu, Fresnch sioeu-
Sess ... It-I t 11 beI sold by te package or in
lomts- onivy. 2. is. Sepit.t 28.
.H AS received by the 'Tritotn, Falcon, and Suf-
2 Trunks prime Kid SkLs, assorted colors,
Bales white and colored Flannels,
Do. do. aud colored Baizos,
1Do. do. and colored Swanskins,
Do. Draib Keuseys-dlu. Blue P'lains,
Do. Blue Cloths,
Do.*Pelisse Clohs, assorted colors
VDo. Black and colored Bombazetts, all colors,
Dl T': .. 1. ,do d

THIS EVENING, FRIDAY, OCT. 5, will lie per-
formnied, (tirt tine these 5 years,) MIloreton's
celebrated Comedy.in i5 aots. calledl
Rostrum, (3. Young .Aluctioneer,) Mr. Hilson.

Afterr -.1-. I. '. time,) a new Ballet, (uidor the
....2 .... of MIr. Parker,) called
Edwin ; Or-The Rival Lovers.

To conclude with (fist time these 5 years) a much
admiuted Musical Farce, in 2 acts, called '
Ralph, Mr. Hilson.
THIS D 1iY. P.-.d n Oct. 5,
Wi. L I i ;7 1. STT
150 () ( i SHELLS, of the most ele-
.l$9.i *t h gutanit pilish, atd brilliant co-
ours, collected from all parts.oflhe world, arrange-
so as to show different orders of Architecture, and
facilitate the sti.vl of Conchol,ogv-ill the fuorm of
the Bostont State-Iouse,a mocderu' Dwelliii House,
and a Temple surrounded i vilh a varicive oh' ri.uowiAs
and shscimees of about onu hundhoedl ,tifeuretlki-nds
of shells-is exhibited every dayt fro 9 A. A til
sunset, at No. 73, Market-sireet.
Adtmiliance 25 cents, children half priep.
..T- 'iI at Exhibition Hall, IHanover-sireet, is ntot
's t- .lhibited tith lli sole object of drawing 2"5
cents tronm each visitor, (it only paysi the expentce
of u It-Roti,) I un-lit pcs :,f inuthcig soueo Cnp-
italists to i quire, wheui ,er (on this chetp pii) a
"Railway to Worcester, woald not only be a s sue and
ptruftlble investment of moe)y, but of great use to
Town and Country. s a Iinatter of l' osiV, the
Ftncl Coeah, in wthiiih th e t rider cal propel lhiuself
15miles an hour, is wel worth the imony. .
Oct. 2.



THIS DAY, at 9 o'clock,
A' r.O e e-.' M Kilh/t-sltiee,
The- following fresh Goods, just receiv-
ed--5 bales Bondiaetts, asmorted-3 do. commiion
Cloths--2 do. Imddling Blue Clolths--Il' bale
Blue Cassii.mres-l do. superfine Bm. andt Black
Cloths-2 bales Cassine:re Shawln-I1 bah-i mixt
Satlinelis-2 cases Cttona Cambrics-2 o Cam-
bric Muslins--2 do. Jaconettl do.-1 case white and
spotted Cravats--1 do. dark '. .I -.t... -5 cases
light and dark Prints-I case .. .1 -it 1.lins--1
do. Tambour Book do.-1 do. super supe-r Imitation
India Book.
Also a variety ofC .1 -- ...,,.'.:- .r -, .,,. s
- Silk Velvets-lilac i'....l.-,..... .. ,,. i. lu-
baons-Plain do.- Ihawls, &Ic. &c.

PACK .(;n S \LE.
TO-MORROW, to 11 o'clock,
-It OQice-
22 packages valuable lHard Ware andt
Cutlery, consisting of rich and commoui Knives an'd
Forks, withl Carers-IPeni und P -'ket Knives---
Razors and Scissors--Hand and Paanne Saws--
cast steel Comoass--do. biass and i-on 1);tek do.--
Webb do.-Wood Scrii's---Clout Nails--Bed
Scrows--Com,-i'd, Knob ---trflsk r?.':!2,s--Castors.

TIHS DAY, at past 10 o'clock,
Opposite .Ar. 23, So: ith sid' of C 'trl-wharf,
27 hlids. prime retailing Mtolasses,
67 Spanish 0: Hides.

On TUESDAY next, i 9 o'clock,
AT Or- ic:--.A.o.4, Congress-street,
-wail'tnl reset ve-
As handsome a lot of Furniiure, as was
ever otfferd in Bosion for sale,, vi' :-2 ehleant
Sideboards, one cost 85 ,and oie ,t75-3 elegant
Bedsltads, carved, and tlie best ofmahioganv-com--t
minr do.-Bureaus-i esiantl Piano Forte, Broad-
wood & Sons, Lonidon-1 do. Cleinenti &4 Co. do.
I. ....."I and e eony caAe-hair-cloilh and com-
-..-.. ..- I Dihi)g.Sei--Card, Pembroke, and
coan ...... T --- .. ,i. ..1 .. .... .-',..
Seretarv and Book Cases-Fire Fenders--6 Ma-
trasses---10 Featiher Beds, down and freatheIs i:wv
-old do.-Cot Bedsteads-1 elegant Liquor Case
---Stoves-t-Castors-China, Crockery and Glass--
with a great variety of Kitchen FurtiiLure that is
useful and gdod.
N. B. The above may be examined on Monday

Valuable and Useful House Furniture.
On FRIDAY next, at 9 o'clock,
.91 House Jbs 15, Briile-sfreetl,
The Furniture of said House, consist-
ing of One pair Mahogany Card Tables-1 Lady's
Work 'Table-Fla-lbottom Chairs--I Mahogtanv
Se cretary- 2 .... T 1... -1 .. ... v U instead aliil
Curtainsv-Was I 5,, '.l--.1\ ,t i ..binet-Tables--
SEas. Chair-4 Feather Beds and Bedstleal-1I
Cradil-1 elegant Brussels Carpet and Hear.tl Rug
-Kidderminster Carpets-Straw do.--Cric-ltts-l
elegant hair-cor-'rved Sofa-2 Brass Fire Sets andl
Fenders--Fire Boards-common Chairs--Phlaled
fi ii .,ji-. stick and Lamps-P--flatel Suiffrs
: I i. --: ..h-li Bellows-Gilh framed Loo king
Glasses-Card Riacks-1 set Dilth Covers-I1 copy
of the Dvclaration of independence-200 volumes
Books and Pampihlets-1 elegant 16-day Clock,
warranted to have cost 500 francs in Pari's- su-
perb porttrait of WVaslington paintedi in Canteot on
Olass. ALSO-A great variety of useful Kitchen
Fni'ti'-re .andd C,'ockery Wavre.

0 .... t u '' 1 o hbe sold Atueti t,m
Do. 1%. il.. 1 (I Green watered Soans, I' be o_ t A n
io Green. I I..Crimson Tabore Is, On TUESDAY, 23d Oct. next, at o'clock,
I)o riecu amd C.rhinsoi 'l'abborecns, AT C l'.S.)l
Do. do do. Moreens, various quality, ilT CO ACORD, (3M1SS.)
)Do. Bick, Bhu, and Drab Ruittinets, wiih 'The noted I'amily FARM, known o-
many other art.icls suited to the season. originally as the Lee Farm, now belonging to WAT.
Sept. 21. epislwv. GiAti, of Bosmon containin- in all 400 acres of ex-
cellent Land for Mlowing. 'Tillage and Pasturing,
MERINO MANTLE.i &c. and about 150 acres oat t...-I 1,and.
S ; case rich Merino Mantle ,'cohnriF black, The Dwelling-Hous, 1 i...- and all other Bail-
scarlet and white, of thel highest cost ever dings thereto belonging, willith from 75 to 100 acres
imported. Also, black, -while and scarlet Cashl- of Land, will be sold togetherthe toemainder in
mere Mantlet-do.l dl. do. 4- 6-4, 7-4 and 8-4i such lots as will best accommodate purchasers.-
Mlerin.o Shawls--do. half Merino Handkfs.e-rich The Wood Landl will be sold it) small lots of from &
Miiusii Dresses, embroidered and fluned-Linen to 10 acres in a lot, with i Road left from the Turna-
Cambric Handkf's. with embroidered borders-1im- pike through ihe land to North river for the benefit
itation ido.-real Thread Lace Vsils--figured and of the whole.
plain 4-4 and 6-4, Thread Lace-figured -Poplins, a All the Stock of Cattle, &c. viz :-2 pair of very
great variety-Striped Satins, a new and elegant ar- large, fine working Oxen, 4 Horscs, 7 Cows, I pai
tiele for ladies' dresses.--Likewise, J bale fine *cry handsome, large, 3 years old Steers, I do. 2
Welsh Flannels, of the best fabric-4-4 and 6-4 years old, several old Hogs, 2 or 3 Sows and young
figured and plain Bombazetts-Cassimere Shawls, Pigs, andti several Chants-with all the 'l Tools, con.
Inc. nc.-with a variety of'other Seasonable Goods. sniting of 3 Ox WVagsous,,3 Iorse do. 2 Ox Carts,
For sale at No. r'. IM ,I .. .., -. I I Horse do. 4 Harnesses, 1 Chaise Hrnesst, 5
'i l i ;A '. I'L .'."' Plouahs, wili Shovels, Hoes. arr ows, and all oth-
Sept. 23 epis.-w er To1oo s necessary for a large furmu-all in ,ith or-
der--with about 200 loads of Manure, and ail the
CA[RPE'[ING. Crop of the present year, viz :-Ahout 35 tons best
A LARGE assortment of Fine iant Superfine English Hav, 13 ios of good stock, worth about
Care ing will ie opened this dav, ofnew pat- 1 1 h ti epri ('u fbest, witith a qIucanity of Meaduows
terns and of superior (ialitv. Also, for sale, an ex- Ha'y, ld 10 tots Rye Strawm-aso, 500 .,)i.-hels
(cusive assorlmient of Crockery, Glass, and China Rte Grain, 200 do. Oats, 200 cdo. rdiin Ciorn, 200
Ware, on the most favourabl' terms, at No. 30, do. Potatoes, ad t quantity of Squashes, andh sem-
iddle-strect. uiorner of Mill-Pond-street, liv )- ocral o her artic ls not enum'Cratcd--al of which wil
WV ARD PAGE. 2swi6v. Aug 31. lie sold to tl-. I. I.., i bidder. The terms of sale
will be a S. I. i,- i: credit with ng cd security.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO. The sale will commence a 9 o'clock, A. Mind
-y -rAVE f'OR SAL. will coinue tunil every article is sohl.
S 4. iarbovs OIL ofJUNIPER. Oct. 4. l I n pro till hitpaid I nc iau or
a note wi'', i rl -.n hlorsers at 3 antd 6 months cred-
it. The '. '- 1: ,. will be paid for, 20 per cent.
iOTI .E. in cathl, or a good note with sulficient enduisors-
SHE Sublscribers having fit'mued a Ceparlner- I the rirmaindTer pnivable on 2, 3, 4 and 5 years cred-
ship, their business wi lle united at No. 17 it. tPossession to' be .. i thin 10 days of the
and 19, Market-street. under it'e firm of DPRAPER sale, when a good and -..1 .. h i deed will be gi)ve,
ISTONE. LOQRENZO DRAPER. and'the liusiness seitled then. For further paruie-
IVILLA1I W. STONE. udnius inquire of LANGLEY BROWN, on the
Augiust 3. who)i4' prm-nises, who will atte and shew S very part of
S-'ali Fa ura if .t er t.'-i.

fee oh Land. ihe I louse is >!il s ofBricM, sio-
ries high, good Water, and in thturoutiigh repair, anad
may be examined a week previous to thlie sale, oni
application to IGNAT1'S SARGENTS No. 49,
entirnl-wtIru-i", or to the Auctioneers.
ALSO-Ittnnedialely after the above-A number
of articless of Furniture, viz :-Hinoiuiio e Bri sselt
Ca-rpets-Do. painted Floor Cloihs-Bronze &. gil'
Girindole's k, Lamps-NMahogany & painted Chuail
-1 sup:M ayr Bawn Bdi-3 unzisp.61,, V*i ,Wr S



THIS DAY. It 10 o'clock,
.4t! '- : No.2, Kiilby-.sreet,
Tilh' STI.KS ;ii riprt-- in ship Sachetrl
Banteroft, I .-I.i- i. I I. '. others, together ma'
king about 400 cases, and cantaini'ng the following
assortmanet, iz :-
SI.NCiHAVS, bhIlack ;-' -
SARISNIE'S .lu i, I ',-I. ,l I,: ..upes;
FLORFNTINES.i nr.,,Ic ..I-I tpal i ,,. u.
CRAPES. blark, l,%i 1 1'-.--id ..[ours,a
13. 24 an 25 tale ;
CRAPE S11AWLS, 7-4 and 8-4 quare ;
HANDKERCHIEFS, 7-8 coloured datiask and
S 1 ...- -l. ubhtk fringed and iWtilled ;
ELl I '"I", ,.-. ltuality, b lack, clothli and hig
colours, made ffrom italian mlsers ;
LEVANTINES, doftble chained aml black;
Mixed LUSTRINGS, or' .lpanned Silks.
Blue LUSTRINGS, for Uombrellas,
Fig'id. .SARSNETS--Chat i'nieal SINCHAWS,
Sitddler's SEWINGS, three-corded.

100 cases (100 pieces ocli) Compan y yellow
3000 pieces blue '. '- \ I. 1I ,
4 i'reinks Niples EII' .. SILK. .
S,' Tlhe above Goods are all entitled to deben-
ture, and were selected with judgnmett and last.
TO-MOiRIOW. at o'clock,
(Immediately after the sale of Cantion Silks,)
-.'tl OJIce-
Four small cases fresh imported Legs
horn Bonnicts, assorted fromit Nos. 30 to 51.
Conditions at sale.

On MONDAY next, at twelve o'clock,
-AT Oi-'-)ct.e
-withilu! reserre-lo rlioe an rtcount-
7 cases first quality MAC E--3 ches*
Gunpoivder and I1 ox TfIld .. ...i .u, TrEAx.
Conditions at sale.
On TUESDAY nuex, ai 9 o'clock,
AT- OFiiceK--Ai. 2, Kilhy-street,
Bv the patckag stand in lot-s-
A variety of fresh imported Dry Goods&
-.Al Private- Sale-
4. keigs Cochineal-4 baleics re-. .Talap,
20 hlids. Londoin mriu'lk:-eaIsed \',rw, Wine.

TO-MORROW, at TEN o'clock,
Ar OvFtFe--ANo.6, Kilby-stieet,
20 bales superfine IIareback blue and
imixt Cnssimei-s and Broadcloths, by the bale.
ALSO-A handsome consignment of Domistick
P ece Goods, consistling of Broadclotlhs--Cassi-
mores-Satiets-Shirtin gs--Sheetings-sThread.

TIS DAY. at eleven o'clock,
AT OiuiCnE:-N.o. 0, Kilby-street,
-to close tnil account-
Seven bales Sea-Island (COTTON.

S Tj.0. 9, 'ii.. te salea-30 a.
i ;s ('l :, r. .' .. .. Ba:ti, dannas, be-
ing all thdt reauin'i of thie Union's mid IDiamond'S
ca'rgoes-30 bales Sversuckers,
4 cases superior Bolo,.ne Crape, mostly black,
20 tons square Swedes Iron, 1i mo 1} ianch,
2 do. iMarsha'lls best I L) blis'cred Steel,
German Steri- 3 cases Mill Sawvs,
120 boxes 10 by 8. 12 Ilv 10 and 14 by 12 Germaii
Window Glass-it bal'e best Iinghass,
SrG pipes Marteli's old Brandy,
4 cases Turkey Opium,
500 lozen Windsor Shaving Soap,
20 hIds. Muscovatdo Sugar,.
200 boxes % ihite and brown Havana ''...",,
5 cases I"-, li l'. --300 cra'-s I. ith--.l.V ,,
150 boxes P., ,-- ."a.sks aitss Ware.
[ilYMost of the abdove Gooids are' eitiled to de'
benture. Sept. 28.

IHIS DAY, at 11 o'clock,
(Unavoidably postponed front yesterday,)
Opnsilee JAo. 26; Centred-ilharf,
30 boxes white & 68 do. brown St. Jago
de Cuba Sugaie, ituding from schooier Hope.

.'..- r. i i. reitei l of lpaties, from Monday last,
I -l= D.AY, aT TWETLVE o'clock,
Nearr the Arcl otn eiorlth side Ce'rlral-wharf,
By order of the Administrator onl the Estate of
John Smihi, dce, ..,
rT'V.. One undivided half of'l; l,_, Iri RBIB-
.- CON. tIilt 'in the river 'Cont:ecticl.ut,
-_ in h120-Imrden 160 tons, Is in good re.-
pair- ~('atiies; Sail,' a ad R :,- ii z neaI iy :-,-u
rie s w ll oin d olits g i ,tld ai'c o ilt t o d'ts ... i -
gers, ad can beI put to itta at av hr'!luiu exi-eni.-n
i'tvciltOlry lav be i'm u appii 'i ih, it t lo

TO-MORROWV at hveilve o'clock,
On tihe IPRE$lS.",5
A genteel brick 'T u ., It;use l,uilt
witlia li uit ycnu siutule on Bo itdoin-i Il .2-. '(;,
corner o fl'tlhe State-IloUst'--it is ws li atdi:'tilto, ,ot:h-
ly bhiit and lianusomely finished--the roof is tLeit
and covered willh thie best of inperiil sIate--thi
-House is 21i feet wide and 4-1deep,wilh grre'n biBmle
and shluti rs io the swi dowvs, 3 s-n 'i't .'. it f nti.,
and 4 is thlie re-ir-Ihas a frt t Parior 1 l 22 feet
with a large China-ctlo'st iand Libry-rooi m adjoin-
ing--8 Chambers, besides rooman foi 3 more il the
attic stolrv with ,a winldtiw it) each--tih Kilcien,t
witichl faces South, is largt and coe' i ai -l aa
Putiui n of ixellenlt Wltie-r, soft for washitg-ua cop-
per bloikhr and Rinmfords, br r baking and boiling--
Cellars, an upper and under-convenient Yard,
Wood-touse and Oitice, with vault stoned. lThe
House, wilich i faces South, is warm in winter, and
ai 'v in sum m er- h as a I h. ', .-. o _-- -
ly finished-a Bahing-roomn, Pantry, large numlIe'
of' Closets, and tevry other cmonvenien'ce fiur a gen-
teel family. For a view.of the remires, atpply to
the next hIomnse westor at No. 12, Court-su'et. "T'ih
sale on the pIrenmises, at 12 o'clock, M. Terms,
cash or credit, at the option ofthe purchaser.
N.B.-A stable lot in tIhe rear,' on a passage way,'
may be had if waMtoil.

On MOND-Y, luhi inst. aIt 9) o'clock,
.l the Long Room, .Vi. 40, .ihrlboro'-slreet, over
uhe Store of .Mr. J. Calleuder,
The Furniture of a gentletmat about to
leave this section of the country, consisting of a va-
riety of useful and seunteel Furniture.

T'O-MORROW, at 1 o'clock,
(If fair weauhter,)-n friuonl of 0C,:....
A pair of dark bay Carriage Horses- -
they may be seen al y tn previous o te saleu e n atI,
the Sitlihles ii the rm.nr of Somersnt Court, Soeaer-
set-street. -
On TUESDAY, Oct. 91h, at 12 o'clock,
TIl at valuable Dwelling-House, No. 30
Atkiaie n-srec(t ott etl ant oceu uu d i ), thi late
n:',, ''i... ti. ,Esq. a d but l t utucletB hIns particu-
lr-1 ,, -, ,, I I)e preasises contain baout 4lXCi0


From "Pleasures of Religion," an Ameri-
tan Poaes.
And does Ambition prompt thy restless si li ?
Dro Fame and Power attract thy soarij.g eye?
Say, wouldn't thou dare to *mount a tottering
Ianat thy fond heart to call a world thine own ?
Take History's volume-rend the annals there,
"Of aching crowned heads, and ,I :. .,...- care."
To paint each mournful story to our eyes,
Would check aspiring wishes as they rise,
Arrest Ambition in her mad career,
;*" J ny melt in Pity's softest tea-,
.... h. thine a tht one, itf pleasures and its pride,
Oilh yet accept this sw.-.1 id,: i ,.. I :.'In
Her smile would add ,... ..I. -. ii crown,
And cheer thy soul, ;i.u...i 'ill i,.. worldd should
'iwas this sustained thee in each trying scene,
.'ll fo m ed thy r,,,Is i.l..i .. ,i ,, .. :

'Twas not ambition thy pure I.. *..:ul.
Ah how could Mary blame the duteous child,
In wrath she lihurl'd the fair usurper down,
.Tore from her placid brow her transcient crown ;
With ,..' .f..l 1,... I Lr punishment decreed,
And d....r i I. Phiilosopher to bleed :
She with calmi mind recciv'd her doom unmov'd,
-And suffered only in the friend' tin' lov'd ;
Heir conscious soul defy'd a frown,
Look'd to the skies, anad saw a brighter crown.
"Lady J ane Grey.

The Br ard ofCommissioners on Spanish Claims,
j i.. until January next, h -;s-. r i f
i .t **** ..i:,, on all the 'Claims hi. .. lu. .
inaton. The nilumber filed, we understand, ex-
ceeded three hundred, of which many are reserved
for argument and fintherconsideration. I:e htope
;o present, in a Cew days, a summary view of the
several memorials, and the grounds of their rejec-
Ltion or suspension, by the Board.
S. .. .... ..- T. 26, 1821.
T Ti /: I i.l.'. l I T7'S.
'The Connsissioners, appointed under the 11th.
Article of the Treaty of Amity, Settlement, and
Limits, between the United States of America and
lis Catholic 1i-it'-', iencluded at Washington, on
tlhe 22d day c i 1' I', to ascertain the full a-
itount and validity of the cfiims mentioned or re-
Carred to in .- 1 ti-0- "'I ., it ic. present
sessionI duly ........ I ill 1 .. ...r ..." claims,
filed with the Secretary of the Board, on and be-
fore the 10th inst. in o urI ance of the orders made
hb ... i .. the l4th of June last ; and having
(I1 ....-... ,. i al ie as to them seC'ned right ; ut
1': reasons to believe lhat tier tay e other
.I ..... the imemorlias of which Irive not yet been
i n ... 1- ., l,, ..: been presented, l.ivenotieenl
... ,,.:d| I i!. iF .... I, at its present session, be-
cause ofd-efects in the sasme-do, therefore,
Or'er, 'Tihat all per' ns., ihaling claims wiitch
are to be received by this Cora.is.ionmeinorials ol
which have not yet been lied with the Secretary ;
or, .. i hi. 1,, ,notbeenrc rceiicd the Board,
at its present session, for the reasons above stated
-do file a menioril ol' the same wilb the Secreta-
ry, prevh;i.S to toe first .Mondtay i;t h.Jarti next ; to
the endl that they imay bethe n duly c mined, aud
'the validity and :mount thereof denied upon, nae-
-cording : tihe suitable and authentic testhnmny ofi
ihe san e which may be required Andl that each of
,the said memorini!s, now, required to be filed, shall
be prepared and veriied, in conformnhit illi thile di-
rections prsscribed in the said orders of the Board,
made on'the 14th ofJune list.
And, that further time may be allowed to clai-
mants, to prepare and file their memorials as above
directed, it is
Order'ed, That, when the Board shall adjourn
this day, it will adjourn to meet gain on the first
.iMonda'i .li January r.ext ; at whichll time, it will
proceed to decide whether any memorials which
mnay have been filed with the Secretary, before that
dlay, in pursuance ofthe above order, shall be recei-
ved for examination.
As!, in order that some further disposition may
speedilv be made ofsuch memoi:als shave, during
he present session, been suspended for argument,
at tile request of tile claimants, it is further
.. TIi n. .... in... i in each ease. which
}, '.ir i.....t -... ... '"'.. 1 ... ;1. I with the Secretary,
on or before the said first .. .1- .. .. ...,n -1, .ext.
s ".' l i: 7h -' .
'VWe understand the f r., ;i. -..-s are under
orders to cruise in the '.-,* i,, 'r ,i ; GulfofMex-
ico, for the protection rf our trade, viz :-sloop of
war Hornet -; brig Spa rk and Enterprie ; schioon-
er Porpoise, Shark, and Granmpisit, and several
other vessels of war along tlhe coasts of Florida and

RICHMOND, (VA.) Sept. 20.
A.memorial to the President and Directors of the
dank oftlie United States, rging the establishment
of a Branch in Pensacola, lhas been t.t i ii. .-
ed by tie miCI of business is well i ,. I 1., h
as tile American population in that eiiv, and irans-
.; .. i 1 ., Piii. i v! ;.1 -- This meMnorial states
S : .. ..... ... that there is every
.h i iii i i .. of Cotlln. raised in
those provinces, or in the rivers that, taking their
-ise in Q ._.. .1. or Alabamai 1t 'I ...- i ii :, waters
;itouti i t Pensacola, .ii t.. i. .... r to this
S.I.. i ii.- .-n,.;.i i ji and winter"-a:ul tlhiit with
*:e i I.' i. .1 .ir,,|. h by asking credit l"there
iS ,n n .1 .., i ih I r,-. i.omtion of the crops of Ala-
:)aina, Mlisisissip, and ILouisiana, and even of tihe
iodnce of the WVestern country, would inditsts way
this port, as the natural emporium of the Gulpi
tf Mixico."
L I .. ," A*ircdots.--'ho fn'I1i.,.;- nT-" h
< ,,, !,t't specim ei ri i. i i
ta circulation oa the ere of a contested election. It
is from the Baltimore Patriot of Thurinsday.
How ito tell a Store.-A little incident tliat linp-
pened a few evenings ago, may serve to instruict
!i',ue in tile ble nt ttl rt o. *i 1 i- ,. i ., ;, n ,'l'n
a. 1 .. i. 1 -
ttiost tustily, thit wl n N11 e (t!ie declaitiel r* wa s in
I'-. service of the United lates, in tlhe ite war,
LtC'-i:ett, then at captain, had .inh lhint so severeih
with a cow-skin, tlat i'he ,i laid up ibor six monthlls
ind ': .i .i 'e. remainedd on his back nnili his
lay. It i, a JaLecap:-ttii i: the s'm e re-
.it as preii., who asked the f-llow where the
:ur too k place ? At Creany island,' said li,
toi riaseil, returned thle cal tali, nt never was
;- Craey Island in i 3ith regaeni. I was there

*t':lion, ;and never was -...... .. or even saw
..'.nev .sit i' Wei, aid thle ielow,' if wht I
".*,ie s.idabout lhe _- ",ts not tesue, I ,A wioe of
i ,'inethir, e/se that is '
Ipledge you my word, Sir. Editor, tlihat the
a'.e sc is a fair representation of a case that.re-
t;y lialplened."

L'irge F'eece.-A sheep was shorn thle present
sason, by Mr. Robert Irwnin, at Green Bav, tile
1.ece of which weighed 7 pounds and 12 otun'ces.-
'ihe fleece may be seen at the store of Messrs.
lack & Conant.

Our information as to the choice of" Senators is
;,'cessarily rather vague .nd limited. From all
S"' l to b ~ relied oc, io mal set it dows as pret-
'. certain. that at least twelve out of the twenty,
ai elected. Of these twelve, nine are known io10
Democratic BRepublicens. d'ihe Hlouse, it is hil---
i' aseirtailed, will a!s.o be decidedly democratic.
'- e Federal Republicans will probably constitute
.,i,.m one third of the constitutional number, say
L '. igtus. -

pnlliation,by medical gentiemene,hs pleared
o' lhe Bat inore papers, intended to shew that ithe
.\ur which lians prevailed there his summer wa s
*.', imported-but was endmic, and confined to
S; !ni limits.

The Charlestoa Ciiv Gazette calls the relation
'he proceciinis ol' (Gen. Jackson aoninst the late
,ivcr'tor of WeFat Fiorida,an a:uO.sinoeaccount.

At a late publicnlciii tailnmet in Kentucky. 23
oular toasts were drauk, and anniv voiitcers.-
:ie of the toasts was Uuil'orn Policy-inmay veer

The oppered Brig --'-,, tv.3ett
24 SiRBEVE; Supercargo, will sail for Can-
teounn the 2-5th inst. Species will be taken out to
be invested and brought lh:.mn.: ;r, t-: 1. .-
onable terms Apply' to P I c '. p_ ,I >DG D C.GE,
Salem, or to PICKNIAN, F'i".,EB-.:l- N .' i
India-wharf. Oct. 2.
The reauir packet brig RICHMOND,
Capt. S Webb, Jr. will sail on Sunday
E next. For freight or passage, apply to
IENRY ItIOVEY & CO. No. 23, Central-wharf-
who have for sale landing from said bIrig,
217 bbls Middlings FLOUR. Oct. 1.
.- '1. -Wanted, a CHOONER of about 1000
"... bbls. burden, or two Vessels that will
carry 5 aud 600 barrels each, for a southern voyage
and back. Apply to FERDINAND E. WHITE,
No. 22, Long-wharf, who has for sale, now landing,
100 bbis. superfine Flour, frem new wheat.
700 bills. Wilmington Tar,
150 do. Pitch, in prime order,
200 bass Liverpool Salt,
50 bbls. Ship Bread,
200 do. superfine Floui. Sept. 25.
AVE for sale, the cargo of schr. Pettrel, from
.,, ,,i.,.,. consisting of an assortmentof SWE-
'l, li iri,.%"
20 hhlds Virginia Tobacco,
100 .,-.:, ,,- ,. .t ,, ... .J J..,
31 0 ,l, t -.1 d.1 ,
4 caics Italian Sewing Silks. Sept.21.

H AVE FORSALE, No..8,India-Wharf,
150 puncheons prime St. Croix Rum,
42 lihds. and 75 bills. do. do. Sugar,
43 whales N. Orleans Cotton,
30 blds. Kentucky Tobacco,
1 bale Bear Skins,
Pipes ald qr. casks old Lisbon Wine,
Cases of Claret and Champagne Wine,
8 pipes Weesp Gin. Sept. 28.
N TO. 23, Central-wharf, have for sale,
.L 1000 kegs Manufactured Tobacco, No. 1,
ad 2, approved brands,
200 kegs do. do. middling and common qual-
50 do. do. Ladies' Twist,
40 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco,
20 do. James River Tobacco, prime quality,
20 do. Virgiunia Tobacco,
85 bales prime quality do.
90 do Cotton,
800 bbis. superfine Flour,
50 bbis. Howard Street scratched do.
100 do. ,,n..I,. ...- ....
70 do.iI .,: 1I i n.. ,
10 do. Old Allegany Rye Whisky.
Sept. 11. ep3nw.
'..h landing and for sale,
'. i-in- first quality Ravens Duel;,
..., .-'i .' do. do. ,I t. :,
25 casks best yellow -t' *'II- I Ilow,
10 tons clean St. Petersburgh Hemp.
30 zeroons best Spanish Tobacco, for Cigars,.
entitled to debenture,
Pipes and half pipes old Sicily Wine,
2000 pieces long yellow Nankins,
150 hlids. prime Kentucky Tobacco,
20 bales bitter Orange Peel,
b0 otas Glass Ore or German Clay,
100 casks prime Rice,
A quantity of Seine Twine,
80 bales Alabama Cotton. Sept. 18.
J &J. HOWE, No. 15, ...i. I.rf, have for
o sale, landing from scl I'. ,!..-,
114 lihhds. Guadaloupe Molasses,
81 do. Anhigua Rum, part of which is entitled to
150 dry Iidoes. Sept. 28.

.-' KEGS prime Richmond Manufactured
s.. j TOBACCO, of various qualities and
brands-for sale by OLIVER, BORLAND S AB-
BOT', No. 21, Ceintral-wharf.. Sept. 127.
t .: : ., l ..r: ,.
ALrIML ORE !oward Strecl, Alexandria,
. '..i.- .[! ,. and Philadelphia superfine
rind :. -... : I t.,
Prime and common quality Rice,
\ .i.- .... i andil North Cutinly T:1r,
Virghiut Leaf and Mlanutactui ed Tobacco,
lVesl-India Shrub,
Cold Pressed Castor Oil, in bottles,
Alexandria Cigars.
For sale at 27, Long-wharf, by RICE & THAX-
TER. Sept. 28.
TUST reccived.h r sale by AUGUSTUS NEW-
SMAN, No. 43, Loni-wharf,
11 hhds. Maryland Tobacco,
10 casks Currants,
10 bbis. New-York .i ,'. I'.,
New-York Starch, constantly on hand for
sale. Sept. 21
T 'E'". )FFIN, No. 11, India-street, has for
i :,, tons best clean Henp,
60 tons old and tew Saube Iron,
500 Ihlids. Liverpool Salt. Sept. 21.
{)a GBBLS. No. I Beef-60 bbls. No. 2-100
l bbls. No. 1 Pork-11 do. Clear do.-
I-L'- L'ird-14 bale.t fell blooded Mlerino Wool
-7 I. --18 boxes White Havana t -.. ..--.
pc;chotiis Windward Island Rum-50 i. '- l .,
et, entitled to debentuire-10 cases Scarlet and
Green Umbellahs-4 do. 4-4; Linens-1 bale Lees
Flaniels---2 eul ( t .' do. assorted colors-i'
bales Smyrna 'V I-- ..ases Cologne WaVier-
Tuitur Cases, ,c. &c. For sale bv SAMUEL F.
COOLDGE, Noe. 15, Central-street. Sept. 28.
0:'o Pork, Shoe Thread, ,'c. &c.
-OHN HOUSTON, No. T9, Central-wharf, has
4. for sale,
130 bbls. No. 2 Ohio Pork, Boston Inspection.
110 pulcheons primo Tobago Rumn, entitled to
100 do. Grcnaad.a Rum, do.
Lo0 dou Particular Madeira Wine, do. very
superior 'uality amnd oldi
Newcastle Grind-iloncs d .
"-i'- in i. it -."'. Thread.of different numbers,
1, .. I ine-2 alnd 3 Thread,
Do. Cod and Maeikerel Lines,verv-ow price,
Do. Seine Twine, 16, 18, .22, and 24 lbs. do.
Buttons in cases assorted, do.
Loodon Transpareint Soap, do.
8 score Hmerring Nets, do.
Sept. 25.
'_ ~ilk:s, Wine, Sugar andRags.
i"n-i' ', 4 Trunks best assorted colours Na-
- pies -. ;..: Silk,
10 pipes -...,l. Wine, Woodhouse,
100 ioxes white St. Jago Su'ar,
100 boxes bu'own do.
103 hales first sort Palerimo Rags. Apply to P. &
T. CURTIS, 21, Indtia-street, or HENRY HO-
VEY, 23. Cenitral-wharf. ep2sw. Sept. 25.
tOR sale at No. 1, Union-str'ct, near the Mar-
L h ket, a general assortment of
on such terms tias iust lie acceptable to purchasers.
Sept. 8. 2fit
L '. 'fi -'C. Fb'EET best Portland Boards,
~. ^" *. 'i '\.1 ..... -., ehershlh lf, nnd
tw o tiids dlry, 50 or 6T in i i,. i' dry, having
been stuck utip a lona' time, will be sold on soodt

terms in lots to suit purchiasers. Apply to LOT
WHEELWRIGHT L& SON, No. 55, Long-wharf,
or J. T. "N HEELWREGHT, Fort-Hill wharf,
where te boards are now piled. Sept. 28.
Real Old Port Wine, Cod Fish, S'c.
IXBY & VAE2;TI-;E, have for sale, at
Sjij. their' wharf, Fish-street,
Pipes ihalfand quarter cas:,s real old Port Wine,
from the HI-utis of b1Iunt, Newmnan, Roop & Co.-
200 qaintals Codfish (ncow)-N. E. Rum as above,,
y i 'Ps P itUgoy lt iestuey. Sept. 25.

r kAS recently received front the M"annfatnrers,
Stand for sale at chambers, No. 9, Market-
Row,fronting. Corahill,large a assortment of Cotton
and Woolen Goods, viz .-
Broadcloths--Cassimeres-Satinet v
White Jane--Table Cloths,
-Bunnet'g. Knitting Cottons---Sewing Cottons,
Yarns and Bed Quilt Waddings, &c.&ce.
which added to his former Stock, comprises every
article in the domestic line. Purchasers are re-.
spectfully invited to call and examine.
Asgo, Machine Cards ot every description, fnr-
nished at short notice, made by one of the most ex-
perienced woksmen in the country.
Sept. 21. -lawtf

B & H. MIRICK, have just received, at No. 7)
Market-row, (ip stairs,) near the Old Mark-
eti, afew dozen of Ladle's elegant Bronze Kid Slips-
at the low price of 6s. pe p pair, warranted,
Mazariie blue Roan doi a 4s. 6d. do.
And black Roan a 3s. 9d. do;
Sept. 4. 2aw3w.
TT Nos. 5 and 7, jarkel-street,
_1 AVE received, by ships Mio, Falcon,andHer.
aid, from Liverpool,
94 packages Woollen, Cotton, Linen, and Silk
GOODS, comprising a complete assortntent, too
numerous to describe in an advertisement, which
are offered for sale on reasonable terms, either for
cash or on credit. 2m Sept. 21.


AMES BREWER, 85, Market-street, has just
opened, 2 bales Pelisse Cloths, (for Ladies)
tt.--.,,i. -. i-, r.- ;s.- per yard, which are going
c.l i. .'.- .'. pieces Bombazet assorted
c..i .., i.in i .:i .il, Is. 6c.to Ps. per yard-i case
Furniture Patches, of superior quality-I do. Cop-
perplates, 20 cents.
LIKEWISE-I case fine Linens, yet low priced,
fresh, ls.6 to Ss.9 per yard--200 scarlet and slate
coloured Cassimere Shawls, $3 to $48 50 piece
On ha.nd-an extensive assortment of Cloths,
Flannels, Vestings, Se. &c,-2000 yards fine Amer-
ican -"1. i,.:. ls. per yard.
ALou-l case fine black assimere Shawls-
do. do. Canton Crape do. Sept. 28

__AVE received bh the late arrivals, part of
their Fall supply of Goods, which with their.
i :... i. stock, comprises e in :i i. i f- f
Rhodes' Bombazetts ,..,i,..., iiii- ,l.i ,s
Furniture Kerseys
Cotton Thread Vestings
Bindings Calicoes
Plaids Britannia Hdkf.
6'i-.. Tapes
'l .1 ,, I. M uslins
Pocket Hdkfs. Broadcloths
Men's Gloves Tabby Velvets, &c.
91ls. -- ..,.', 1 assortment of HARD WARE
and (I'It I. .:\', among which, (per Herald,) a
quantity ofRodgers' Penknives, REnzors, Scissors,
Files, Knives and Forks, WoodSaws, &c.-and
arc offered for sale on J. -, .-...1. terms, at No.
2, P I,,1, L:.,.i... a .. .i .. i. if. S 28.

AVE received per Herald, &c.-bales Flan-
nels. Bookings and Baizes,
Bales plain, black and fiuTed Bombazetts,
Do. Coatings, Duffils, Plains and Ke.iseys,
Cases blue'Prints, dark Ginghams,
Coeton Cambrics, -Shirtings, Irish Linens, Lce.
which are for sale at No. 16, Central-st. Sep. 2S.

TOHN GULLIVER, No. 6, Marlboro'-street, (a
few doors South from the Marlboro' Hotel)
has received on consignment,
73 ps. Black, Maroon, Blue, Drab and Pearl col-
White, Green, Black, Red and Yellow FLAN-
Black and Slate WORSTED HOSE,
Gentlemens' and Ladies' BEAVER GLOVES,
Russia and AmleEican DIAPERS,
Silk and Tabby VELVETS,
3Green TABLE CLOTHS. These, together
with a general assortment of ENGLISH and DO-
.MESTIC GOODS, will be sold by the piece or
yard, on liberal terms.
UB No variation from the prices marked.
Sept. 21.. 6p3i
H o. 1, Mrlboro,' corner of WTinter-Street,
AS received by the late arrivals from Europe,
part of his fall supply of DRUGS, MEDICINES
and GLASS WARE, together with those in Store,
making a complete assortment, among them are-
Imhroved Pneumatic Nipple Machine-Nursing
Bottles--do. with silver tubes--Silver Nipple
ql.:.t.l--L. .d do.-Glass do.-Ivory do.-Breast
.i.. .', '" in Ir and crooked-Pessaries-Mudges'
, ,ls. :-[ :..-h- Brushes, &e. &c.
Medicines delivered at any hour in the night, and
the most strict personal attention paid to Physi-
cian's Prescriptions, and to the delivery of family
U3' Tl'. f,':ib- that has been afforded to Fam-
ilies and N i, ;- .i. the past year, by keeping the
names of Nurses, their place of residence, and the
family on whoal they attend, will be increased-aus
in future the names of Wet Nurses w:11 likewise be
h. .. I, 2 i ,,
AO 11 CL.
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
-the firm of TUCKERMAN, ROGERB &
CUSHING, is by mutual c(,.... .1- ...
EDWA li. Ithl_ i'L RAtll.N.
PARKMAN CUSHING, will continue to do bus-
iness under the firm of
They will, for the present, occupy tbe Store of
SAMUtEL PARutAfAN, Esq. No. 12, %Merchants'-row,
where they offer for sale, a new importation of
prime BRITISH and IRISH GOODS, suited to
the present season.

will continue to occupy the Store No. 3, Market-
street, and is now receiving a general assortment
ofseasonable GOODS.
All persons indebted to the late firm of TUCK-
ERMAN, ROGERS K CUSHING, are requested
to make immediate payment to the subscribers, who
ate duly authorized to settle the accounts of that
5.L TIERCES Rice, for sale by BAKER &
ol 4 -JOt)GES, 30, Iudiat street. Sepit. 25.

RIDL.Y : B.\KE, i" contrced large- ?W'f
Manufacturers, .. ha d tlhe most extc i i' 'i! "
sire variety of r, .. .... .... selected from l va- I
n \ 9 s, ill be enabled to furnish their cuiI- W: ll' 1 i '5"t'- '
i ,n ,, the first quality of work, and the best
of slack ; as no pains ltvce been spared in making I -.. ^'.'l..i
the selection, and upon terms so ftavourable, as to '
be equalled by few, and excelled by none'.
-ON HAND- Or the Liquid improved Opodeldoc.
60. Bureansavariousqual- t. ,, ; 1,, ri i, Card -OR Braises, Sprains, Gotl, Rheumatism, &c.-
iitv .... in tr i..,-I Talles, F alsso for Cramps, Nunmbness, ,, ',:, -. i ...J
S0 Secretaries I& Desks, Grecian Couches & So- Weakness of the neck or joints ; Buni, Cit ,-i,,,
within or without Book fat covered with Hair, and in all other cases of" external injury,"' warran-
Cases, Cloth, and Moreen, ted of double- 1. n.. .il of Dr. Steers.'
1500 Fancy and Bambo Side Boards, The Propri., i. ..I' I... composition has, a long
Chairs, lVard Robes, ,time, been persuaded,that the article called "Steers'
50 Dining Pembroke &i 'ortable Desks, Opodeldoc," as prepared in this Country, was sus-
Card Tables, Fancy Bellows, ceptible of much improvement. The only things of
100 G !in .,,. hI...:-.H., Hair Mattresses, any consequence in that composition are the soap
fam' d i .. Fator BedBs, ni uals andeamphor; and torender itof a firconsistence,
30 sc ii i i1 ,. ,i P..., i-in. ,,- .. I aintcd a supertluoas quantity of thi former is added not
24 Ladies'WorkTables, i --I.- Chairs, prescribed in any Pharmacopeia.-The soap also
12 warranted Titme Pie- Brass and Copper Wash usually employed is made from animal, and not the
cos, Kettles, 'Copper Tea purevegetableoii,whichismnchtobepreferred.-The
b0 Field Bedstead, car Kettles embroeation before uscontitnsthesamieigredients,
ved and plain Posts, Night Cate iniets&-Chairs, but in better proportions, and by excluding a part of.
50 High Poss, Fenc. Miogany Dressing Bu- the soap, makes room for articles of more timpor-
Co T'',tundle La Cor- t reaus, tancc,and three of the most primary and efficient in-
dcd Bedsteads, 15 gals. superior White t ,...i. in,: to be found inthe whole circle of medi-
3000 hbs. fir'stqual. Live Copal Varnish, cine,all of which bhethically unite without injury to
Geese aid comi. Fea- tin i, in... Bettonms, either, enters into this composition,vlwi -h were nev-
thers.withoutmixture i.i.n., it. -' er before employed in any other Opodeldoc.-The
-10 oWasht Lih, Stands, purchaser will filld that this improved liquid, posses-
AL SO-50',000 feet St. Domingo and Bay Ma- s iice the strength of the *congealed kind, there
t ogi ,00y. *eo an ay being moreover no competition, the Proprietor will
oga" We ra- -t no 2 .iT...I not. be under the necessity of making an inferior
Ware-Hose, Ao 28, Cornhill. sort in order to sell it at a reduced price, The sonp
Aug. 8. ep6w. here made use of is manufactured front the best
l U NI Ul E WAPET-ITOUSE. sweet oil, and made expressly for theus papose.-
... One other circumstance is deserving cossidera-
"i HARLS 1FOSTE has on hand at his Ware tion ; no responsibility is attached to the manufac-
'-J Reoons i C.irie al tuvn, Mai-s street, eore tlmurers of the common Opodeldoc, asit all purports
of Union-street, an ex-tensive assortment offashion- to be made by Dct. Steers, the original inventor,
able CABINET FtURN'lURE, viz :- who has been dead for many years.-This chemi-
Secretaries, Frenc & common Bed- cal embrocation carries with it Ithe name ofits real
Bureaus, steadEs, maker, whose interest and reputation are at statke,
G.. ; .., ": .:..vi.,.:in C i..1 Dressing Cases1 that it should be uniformly and faithfully prepared.
1 .1.1 Gentlemaen's Writing -These simple facts it is presumed, will induce
Pemblroke Tables, Desks, 1. ;i...... :a and unprejudiced person who has
Dining do Easy Chair-s, In ..... I.. to give it at least, one fair trial, es-
GrcciAn Couches, Patnt Spriing Resting pecialiv when noc ttra price is demanded for this
Ladies' Work Tables, Chairs, improvement: button the contrary, is directed in
Hair Cloth Sofas, Washl Stands, all cases, to be retailed at 38 cents a bottle, or
Mi'oreen Sofas, Night Cabinets, &c. fe ltiree dollars per dozen, and six cents being given
All of which are offered for sale otn very low for the emity bottle, reduces the price to 31 cents
to1,1u ,u each.-As there are some persons in the world to
ALSO-Sawced Mahogany in planks, boards and 'hoi thile most plausible reasoning may be address-
veneers.I. emd in vaiu, the Proprietor has obtained from one of
N. B.-Turning and Carving done at short no- tle first Physicians in the United States, the follow-
tice and on reasonable terms. i g certificate, which one would suppose, might
Ch:tarlesiowt, .Jullust 10. epow. serve to satisfy the ncredulons.
The'in '. .. ,' ,,., 7 ** -, atine,. Cortifficate front Hen. Samuel L. Mitchell, M. D.
ROVW L '. \' .- i, OiL. L. L.D. Professor of D. .. .,... i!,.t. Material,
"CN all countries a flune head of hair is viewed as Medica, in this Colleg e i' t't,._...,n .. .El,.. State
the greatest or nament ofnaiure ; which may for New-York.
etisily lhie obtiiicd ty lt it ondtful powers of NEW-YORK, JULY 28, 1821.
ROWLAND'S, Muaasser Oil The virtue of this To Mr. JOHN P. WITWELL,
oil are inestimable fai producing a It xuranit o'bwlh SIR,-The receipt contained in your letter for a
of hair : it renders hair that isl harsh and Jr'v, as compositions to be used in place of Opodeldoc, ap-
soft as silk, and adds a beautiful -- fin e, it pears to e to contain a number of good lgredi-
gives the maSl.f. n ..."i .1 .lelicate appearance cents, lho articles enumerated, are all useful tilings
to the hair of'. .l -, .... nii. r, and children. It apart, and I make no doubt will be good in combi-
also produces whiskers, eyebrows, &e. and causes nation.
hair to grow in bald places. If [ possessedyour preparation,I should prescribe
The subscriber has just received a large supply it ;... or external accidents, for I think it mustlbe
of this most valuable article, which be will sell by a -0.h.. thing. I wish you and those who may
the dozen, (or single bottle at $1.) To prevent ime- use it, success and comfort with it.
position, each bottle is signed ill red ink, A. Row- I am truly, yours,
land & Sou. SAMUEL L. MI'TCHELL.
1. P. H ALL, No. 1, Union-street. tf. Sept. 28. "The word clever as applied to things, is not un-

' CASES MUSKETS, with bayonets, com-
plee, of Ketland's nmanufactory, just im-
ported and entitled to debenture-foe-sale bv GEO.
L.DEBLOIS ,& CO. Sepit. 28.
8 TRUNKS, just reccived, for sale by ADAMS
&t FESSEiDEN, No. 24, i- .. ,... con-
tainlmng an ,I ..i o. n, of h._.l., t.I i and
figulrel Pea ,'." it, C.i.vel Edged and plain
Gilt Coat and VestButtons. Sept. 21. -

dreustood by all ; the definition of it according to
Baily is, Ingenio'us, Skillful. In'Johnson's Diction-
ary. it is defined to be Dexterous, Fit, Proper.
The cost of the Embrocation flromn its containing
maiyi more articles, is nearly double that as prepar-
ed b' Dr. Steers, and the very low rate at which
the price is fixed, is done that the Imnproved Liq-
uid" may at voice entirely supercedo the use of their
old Chemical Opodeldoc."
Some persons have suggested that the higher the
price is, the greater merit would lie ascribed to it.
.'he Proprietor entertains a more exalted opinion of
the character of the .people of the United States,
and in acting in conformity to it, trusts his reasona-

BAR IRON, CUT NAILS, &c. ble expectations will note disappointed.
TAMES CARTER, This approved and valuable p reparation is man-
I, /17, ItVDDI.-T'-I'J1RF, fractured and] sold only I) thIe Proprietor, JOHIN P.
HAS CONSTANTLY FOR SALE, WHITWELL, Chemist and D..::;.i, Battery.
A complete assortment tof Russian, Swedish and March-street, Boston, to whom 1i .,..1.-.. whicit
English Iron-cut Nails, from various Factories- 'iavy be addressed fur this article will be immnediate-
Hoops, Plates, Rods and Shapes, of all kinds. ly attended to 3m Sept. 14.
.tlso--genuine (L) blistered STEEL.
Sept.7. eplm HORSE FOR SALE.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. OR SALE, a n excellent black Horse, five
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. years oldt iast July, has been used to harness
only two months, perfectly sound and kind, and a
AMUEL SUMNER, No. 2, Central-street, has .very good traveller, has never received even the
i received by the Tritonnand other late arrivals, I' -* ... i'y and is well calculated for any kind
a small butgeneral assortmentof the most approved .,I ,:' ... Sold only because the owner has
patterns, which he will sell on the best terms, for no further use for him. He may be seen at ROB-
ests or credit, 12p Aug. 21, IN SON I& FOIt.2S'^ 5lc. 2sp. Oct.2.

H AVE received by the Falcon, Suffolk, and
Herald, tmhe following Goods.
F, i F.. -.- i .,--Worsted .Hosier',a
VI ,,,t. 1 i '. a vers and Vests,
Worsted Frocks,
Bomhazetts, plain and figured,
Plains and Kerseys,
White and coloured Cambries,
Blue and Fancy Prints,
Brown Linens,
India, Book and Leno Muslins,
Worked Mull Mtislins,
Muslin and Cambric Robes,
Silk and Leal her Gloves,
Lawns, and 7-8 and 4-4 Linens,
Which are offered for sale at No. 36, Broad-street.
Sept. 21.
SA-o. 10, Killby-street,
L AVE received :. ,il Triton,
62 packages ,'t English and Scotch
GOODS, comprisingstn assortment of Prints, Cail-
brics, Muslins, Cotton Shithings, Dimnoties, Linen
Table Cloths, Ginghams, a variety of printed and
.. i.. H.itt' patent Linen Thread, &c. &c.
\u. IH, tf.
T 'J T.LS. V.r...tian and Kidderminster
. \i'L c I 1N.., inust opened and for sale at
Hair Mattresses, Bed Sofas, &c. &c.
T'ORsale at No. 21, Cornhill, tp stairs, (two
F doors torth of State-street,) best Hai" Mat-
tresses, Bed Sofas, Sofas, Easy and Lolling Chairs,
Music Stools, Pew Cushions of all qualities, itt pri-
ces proportionate to tha times. Call and see.
July 27. 3m.
G EO. A. EAMES would inform his Friends
and the Public, that hlie has removed from No.
1, Boylston Square, to No. 4, Exchange-street,
where he has for sale,
A General Assortment of. Planished. Jaananed,
Winter and Summer Strained OIL, first quality,
in oannisters, froi 1 to 10 gallons each ; LAMPS
and Lamp GLASSES, WICKS, &c. &c.
July 27. 2awtf
F" OR SALE, an entire new Steami E.i.ch- .i
b. oat; is a 20 horse power, -"i r'..i.1.1
Wheels and Boilers cp2iplete; it was manufactured
in England, and warranted equal to any made.
Further particulars may be known by application
to JOHN LEE, No. "17, "Cornhill. Sent. 28
FOR Sale, a large, strong, well built double
V-, ._-.,. ith iron axletrees, suitable for a
travelli'. 1-i...A, or with a little alteration, for a
market wdaggon. IHas run for three years only, cost
$100, and will be sold for $35, without harness.
Inquire of Mr. TURNBULL, Wheelwright, near
Cambridge-Bridge. 6p. Sept. 23.
ECEIVED by the Triton,large Bath and Lon-
don LETTER PAPER, of a superior quali-
ty, gilt and plain-small Billet Paper--imperial,
royal, medium and demy Drawing Paper-medium,
deny, thick and thin Folio Post-laid and wove
Foolscap Papers, all of the best kind--together
witli a general assortment of STATIONARY, of
the first quality.-For sale at GREENLEAF'S
Stationary Store, No. 4, Court-street. sept. 21

OR sale, at No. 36, Market-street, Calicoes for
SPatch Work, various colours and patterns, in
large or small lots. 2aw',3W Sept. 11.
Massachusetts General Hospital.
P UBLIC notice having been given, that the
S General Hospital inl North-Allen-street, Bos-
ton, will be opened for the reception of Patients on
this l day, I have been directed by the Visiting Com-
mittee of the Board of Trustees -to give this further
notice :-That applications from Patients must be
in writing and addressed to the Visitinff Committee.
and lodged with me at the Hospital. I I.. I ..... I
of such application, the Physician or Surgeon of
the Hospital will visit the Patient at his or lier res-
idence, if in Boslon, to determine that the person
be a suitable object ot the Institution, and thati he or
,- .,..,..' with any contagious disease. And
in case the Patient resides in some other town, any
written application for his or her admission must
be accompanied with a certificate fiora some res-
beclalle Physician of the neighborhood, that he or
'slhe is free from contagious disease, and is a suitable
person to be received into the Hospital, taking into
view tlhe design and object of the Institution.
When the Patient is a resident in Boston, on the
receipt of the certificate of the Physieian or Sur-
geon oftie Hospital, in favor of the admission of
the Patient-And in case the Patient resides in the
country, upon tIe receipt of the certificate in such
case prescribed, as above, the same will be submit-
ted with the written application of the Patient, or
of the friends of the Patient, to the Visiting Com-
mittee at their next weekly meeting, who will pro-
ceed to fix thie rate of Board, aind to direct what se-
curity shall be given in the case for the payment
thereof. The board will be fixed at as low a rate
as the present state of the funds will admit-the
lowest nate at present to be three dollars, aud a
greater sum according to tle ability of the Patient ;
as to which the proper certificates will be required.
The sum fixed will include medical attendance,
medicine, nursing, and every other expense.
In all cases of accidents in the streets or else-
where, by which p persons may receive bodily injury,
or in cases ofsudden attacks of disease the Hospi-
tal will be open to receive them night and lay with-
outdelay, and without the form of a previous appli-
cation in writing. And in all cases on application
to one of the Trustees, or to the Physician or Sur--
geop, where they shall be of opinion that the cir-
cumstanceof the Patient r.,e .- irh' the form of
a written application should be dispensed with, lan
order from either for his or her admission will in-
sure to the Patient an immediate reception. Stran-
gers and persons from any part of the State,residing
in town and taken sick, will be admitted to the beln-
efits of the Hospital upon the most reasonable terms.
As one great object of the Hospital was to afford
relief to persons afflicted with obstinate disease, re-
quiring tihe most skilful, medical or surgical treat-
ment, nd who live in parts of the country where
they are not able to obtain such aid :-All such per-
sons throughout the Commonweah are also notifi-
ed that thie Hospital is open to thtem ; and they may
be assured that the utmost attention will be paid to
their comfort, and every thing done in the power of
the ofe ers and servants of the Institution to pro-
nmote their restoration to lmealtll.
By order of the ', .i n ,-' ....' .' ,eee,
NATH'L 1 Li. f, .IFT;,
Sutperinteaiidan of the Hospital.
General Hospital, Boston, Sept 1, 1821.

NOTICE is hereby given, that, in or-
der to extend the advantages of the HOSPITAL, as
widely as possible, the Physician and the Surgeon
will give advice to OUT PATIENTS three times a
week ; and Medicinems will be distributed to such
patients gratuitously.. For this purpose the Physi-
cian, Dr. JACKSON, will attend at the Hosp'tal ev-
ery Thursday, at 12 o'clock ; and the Surgeon, Dr.
WARREt will attend every Tuesday and Friday,
at 12 o'clock ; and be ready to prescribe for all per-
sons present at those hours.
Persons affected with DISORDERS OF THE
EYES will le especially attended to on Fridays at
12 o'clk. Should it become necessaryto change the
hours of consultation, due notice will be given in
the newspapers.
Patients wir wish admission and who are able
to attend at the Hospital, may be examined and re-
ceive the Certificate of the P'hysician or Surgeon at
the hours above named, particularly on Tuesdays
and Thursdays. (O Entrance to the Hospital fmlom
North Allen-street. ep3w. Sept. 11

PICKED UP-On one of the outer
Islands in Boston harbour, Sept. 26th, a ves-
sel's LONG BOAT, about 15 feet in length. The
owner may have the same bv proving property and
paying charges% Inquire of SAMUEL JENKINS,
South Boston. Sept. 28.
- Appreutices are wanted at the Boot and Shoe
Making Business. Boys from the Country would
be, preferred-from 14 to 15 years of age, of steady
habits. Inquire at tihe Palladimia-O5fi 2, 28.

'O WVi',o's Lette-rs, juott published nnl fot
I .:,. h, RiCHARDSON & LORD, No. 7,
Co-ni.:! Sept. 25.
EV ':.tr SCHOOL.
A N Evningi School. ".r "''.. -1.. "in ".ii per-
J'2 sous ii Readingt iWi, t in.: ,,I 'iniiinetie
lVii!, coeleni e e oil oll dav 1-' vPn n'xt., Ort 1, it
6 e'ylock, at lthe Adams' -. ,....i, M i. -...- ,' -
Ter is may be known by applying at the School-
hou0e. Sept. 8.

F7 i'F. Medical Lectures of Harvard University,
S will commence at the Massachusetts Med-
Sical College in Boston, on the third Wednesday in
November. -
Anatomy and Surgery, by Dr. WAIVARE.
Chemistir, by Dr. GORHAM,
Material Medica, by Dr. BiGELOW.
Midwifery and Medical
Jurisprudence by Dr. CHANHINs-
Theory and Practice of
Physic, by Dr. JAcxson.
Dr. WAnREN, Dean of the Faculty.
Sept. I.. is f.
NTOTICE is hereby given, That the Coparitnert
-1 .i i... .......i..;. t;._ lttween FRANK -
LIN C!.'; iM\ lNtiNti\ t.i Inniholder and
Tavtrners, in Brnoklinn, under the Firm of GER-
RY & WOODS, is this day, by mutual _consent,
dissolved ; snd ll pr1 i.nin having any demands ox
them,are r....- t.- : .1 n on said GEnRY for settle-
meet; and all persons indebted to said Firm, are re.-
quired lt make payment to said GER.RY, who is at-"
thoriz J-.o settle Ihe concerns of the P, r.-. lp.
Thle t'unch Bowl Tavern will be ..-: l lui.n,
Brooklite, Sept. I Ith, 1821. [Sept. 28.]

RANKLIN GERRY, with pleasure announces
to the Citizens of Boston and its V. :.. ,
that he has recently taken the old and noted 'T i
in Brookline. fotr nany ears known bv the name
of the" PUNCH BOIVL TAVERN," where he
has made and is continuing to make such improve-
ments as, he trusts, will be satisfactory to such of
his Friends as may be -.kI -.. t.m. honour himn with
n visit in their Sununmmer n .I 1i Excursions across
the Mill Dam to Brookline.
F. G. returns thanks to the Gentlemen who, for
the six months past. have so .i.... It. supp orted him
in his present Establishment, alndl hopes to deserve"
a continuance o" itl, i. i'.i ...
N. B. Good i-i -.. ... II... I -.., ... l.). s- a ld.
Chaises to leton Li-i. i tI I ., i i .,
Sept. 28.
r HE Coinmissioners appointed by the
HT_ Hlon. Judge of Probate, for the County of
Plymonthll, to receive and examine the claims ofthe>
several Creditors to the Es:ale of
late ofDDuxburv,in theCounty of Plymouth'iMariner,
deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice,
that six months are allowed by said. Jutge of Pro-
bate, for the Commissioners to receive adul examine
the claims of tie Creditors of said deceased ; and
that they will attend that service on thelast Wednes-
day of October, December, and February, from 4,
to 9 o'clock, P. M. at the house of Capt. SAaMUl,
CHAND It, in Duxhury.
JAMES SOULE, ) -a"missi's.
Duxbury, Sept. 18th, 1821.
"NJOTICE is hereby given, That th6
-- Subscriber has been duly appointed Adminis-
trator of the Estate of
late of Plymouth, in the County of Plhmf,n't..
.Merchant, deceased, and has taken .i...ni 'i *i:
that trust, by giving bonds, as the law c.i. ; i \,id
all persons ihavino- do, hands upon-the Estate of ths
said ALV_. i- \il 1"'-' '. are hereby required to
exhibit the sane ; and all persons indebted to thqi
said Estate, are calle(t' ...i I .... i ,,, ..r .
BENJAMIN ( i, '. i,, .i,. .
Plymouth, Sept. 17th, 1821. [Sept. 28.]
1.T.OTICE is hereby given, That the
Subscribers have been duly appointed Exoeeu-
a .., t ..t. I ,nti Will and Testament of
late .f P...l:.n., i. the County of Suffolk, deceas-
ed, :,iiil I''. in titken upon themselves that trust by
giving bonds as the law directs. And all persons
having demands upon the Estate of the said MA-
RY DUNBAR, are required to exhibit the same ;
and all persons indebted to the said Estate, are cal!-
ed upon. to make i,, ri.n t r i..
GEORGE i: i-\ 'I'F tTI:,? '
WILLIAM H. ELIOT, xewutors.
Boston, Sept. 10th,, 1821. [S.28.]
NJOTICE is hereby given, That the
-_ subscriber has been duly appointed Admin.-
istrator on the Estate of
late of New Ipswich, in the '"-r. ...1i New-Hamp-
shire, Broker, deceased, and bhas taken upon him-
self that trust, by giving bonds, as the law directs.
And all persons having demands upon the Estate-
of the said deceased, arc required to exhibit the
same ; and all persons indebted to the said Estate,
are called upon to n'.- p" i ,- .'t.
Boston, September 28th, 1821.
TNOTICE is hereby given, That the
-' Subscriber has been duly appointed Admin-
istrator of all and singular the Goods and Estate of
late ofBoston,in the County of Suffolk, Baker, de-
ceased, and has taken upon himself that trust, by
giving bonds, as the law directs. And all persons hav-
ing demands upon the Estate of tihe said Josiai.
Selling, are required to exhibit the same ; and all
persons indebted to the said EAtate,are called upon
to make payment to
NATHANIEL G. SELLING, Administrator,
Boston, Sept. 24, 1821. S28
1'I.-! I!t I is hereby given, That the Subscriber
-L has been duly appointed Administrator oni the.
Estate of
late of Duxhury, in the county of Plyijmoth, Mar-
iner, deceased, represented insolvent, tand has ta-
ken upon himself that trust, by giving bonds, as the
law directs. And all persons having demands up-
on the Estate of the said JIoHin Buiows, are required
to exhiibit the same; and all persons indebted to the
said Estate, are called upon to make payment to
PERES H. SAMSON, Atdministrator.
Duxbury Sept. 18il, 1821.
O NE bale of Seersuek s, from alongside thfr
brig Hero, from Cape Haytien, at Central
wharf. The bule is marked S. Any infrtrmatio "
which may lead to its discovery will oblige the
owner ; and, if found in the possession of any person
w'io ctn be coiiicted of ... i;i,.._ the same, a i'e-
ward of one hundred dolhu .. i 1 i)e paid on recov-
ery of the goods and conviction of the thief, i-
formation to be left at the Palladium-office.
Oct. 2.
A YOUNG MAN, who is tr.i 1 ...t Penmai
and correct Accountant, in '. a situa-
tion in a Store, or to write in an Office, or would
go to the Southward for a moderate compensation.
As employment is his object, if it can be obtained
here, very moderate terms only will be expected.-
A line addressed to A. B. by persons in wantofas
assistant, and left at the lalladium-office, will b-
immediately attended to. Sept. 25
A Young Woman, who can be well recommend-
ed, wishies for a place as Seamstress, or as-
Chambermaid, and to take care of Children. Ina-
quire at the Palladium-Office. Sept. 28.
A Young married Woman, with good breast of
Milk, wishes to take a Child toPnurse For
further particulas, inquire at the Palladium-office-
Sep. 28.

ANTED, in a Gentleman's family,
a neat, faithful, industrious Woman as
Chambermaid. Good recommendations froth hier
last place of service will be required. Sept. 25.

18 21. 1LMADIN.CK.

5 FRIDAY, 18 6 11 2 6 44 morn.
6 SAT-RDAY, G 19 6 11 22 7 37 0 3
7 SUNDAY, 6 20 6 11 20 8 28 1 2$
4 MNSAY, I 6 22 6 111 16 1yS1 I 2 A