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WILMINGTON, TUESDAY, 15 JANUARY, 1822. VOL. 1. .JVY?. 2. : Valuable Property, For Sale. All the real estate of MORGAN JONES, de ceased, late of Pencader hundred, county of New £ustle and state of Delaware, i ,, .No. 1. A valuable Parm (the late residence of the deceased) containing 200 acres of land of prime quality, well adapted to the culture of grain and do Ver, with a sufficiency of timber for the use of the ijfcrm. The improvements on said farm are, a good Brick House and Brick Kitchen, and all This I to A two story éther necessary out-buildings in good repair, farm lies within 1 1-2 miles of the village of New ark, and is convenient to Mills, Places of Worship, I -&.r &c. iff No 2 A small Farm, also in Pencader hundred, Rontaining about 51 acres, about 1 1-2 miles from ! the village of Glasgow On said farm are two log' ^.tenements in good repair- The farm under good id lies convenient to Mills, S*c. Upencing. a „ No. 3. A Log House in the village oi Clasgow, «with one acre of prime land attached thereto ; all in «rond tenantable condition. No. 4. A Frame House and Stabling, in very good repair, in the village of Newark, with two acres oft land in high cultivation attached thereto ; the lot ft under a good fence ■ No-5. A small Log House and Stabling, also in ■ the village of Newark, in good tenentable order, with f, two acres of land of first quality attached thereto, ■ land under good fence. ■ No. 6. Two lots in the village of Newark, con i taining two and a quarter acres ; each situated very ■ conveniently ; is under good fence, and in high state K of cultivation. They will be sold separate No. 7. A small Lot, with a two story Frame V Jlouse thereon, in the town of New Castle ; in good K tenantable condition. gT No. B A Lease hold property in the village of B (Newark, of two acres of Land ; on which there is a K large, well finished two story Frame House, with ■Kitchens, Sheds, Stabling, &c. all in very good re i iair , ; The above property bas been occu I -pied as a TAVERN for some years past ;—and is ■well situated for that business A more minute description of any of the above ifreal estate, other than what is given, is deemed un necessary, as it is presumed nc one will be disposed to purchase without fitst viewing the premises. » The whole of the above described property will jibe held for PRIVATE SALE, until further No tice—For terms apply to M ARY JONES Ex'trx, and ? of M. Jones JAMES PATTEN Executor 83—tf i deceased. near Newark. I April, 1821 ■ 83—tf John Mr. John I April, 1821 _ ti'reasury Department, Dec. 17, 1821 The frequent violations of the 43d section of be collection law, which have recently occurred, tave produced an impression that the provisions of Tib at section have either failed to attract public at -110011011 or have been forgotten. To silence the plea of ignoi ance of the law which (lias been invariably urg'd in those cases, I request ; that you will publish»- at length the whole section IL , n (|,e Guzettes oi Wilmington, (Del ) in which the Jaws of the United Slates are published, for one »•I week, After such publication the plea of ignorance I . will not be readily received as a just ground of mi Hf ligation or remission. V' 1 am respect fully, your obed'nt servant. WM. U. CRAWFORD. ■ Sill ■ C. Allen TvELane, Esq. i Col ertor of U' tminglon Di l. I Sec. 43- And be it further enacted, That the pro prietor, importer or consignee, or his or her agent, svho may receive said certificates, shall upon the !? sale or delivery of any of the said spirits, wines j: teas, deliver to the purchaser or purchase rs thereof I the certificate or certificates which ought to accom pany the same, ot. pain of forfeiting the sum of fifty ü dollars for each cask, chest, vessel or case with it. which such certificate shall not be delivered And or A. if any casks, chests, vessels or cases, containing dis tilled spirits, which by the foregoing provisions ought to lie marked and accompanied with certificates, shall be found in the possession of any person un- 1 accompanied with such marks and certificates, it shall be presumptive evidence that the same are lia ble lo foi feiture ; and it shall be lawful for acy officer of the customs or of inspection to seize them as I forfeited ; and if upon the trial in consequence of iÿ such seizure the owner or claimant of the spirits, v v.-ines oi teas seized, shall not prove that the same imported into the United States according to I law, and the duties there upon paid or secured, they I shall be adjudged to be forfeited, V Dee. 211821. A Yvere 40—2. One Hundred Dollars Reward. I Absconded from the plantation of the subscriber, lying near Frederick Town, on Sassafras River, in Cecil county, f ! Md on Tuesday thé 25th inst. a negro hoy named Philip; 'ä 20 years of age in April la .. He is a stout, able bodied, I ' awkward looking fellow, about 5 feet, fi or 7 inches high, very black, with flat nose, big lips, large white teeth, coarse $>' voice, arid down, sulky look. Has a mark above his left l-'i eye; a sore upon his left leg, occasioned bv a kick from a I n horse; is fond of spirituous liquor, and is iil tempered and * / , quarrelsome. Had on a round jacket, of drab colored fulled factory kersey, trowsers of black and white home Kk made fulled kersey, coarse white yarn stockings, strong . double soaled shoes, nailed with cast nails; all new: a cas B .p M . ] ia t, much worn; and is supposed to have taken with K ; him sundry other articles of clothing which are unknown il Whoever will apprehend the above fellow and secure him B in any jail, so that I get him again, shall receive—for ap M prehêndinghimin Maryland, 8,25; in Delaware, S-5°i and .» if in any other state in the Union, Sl°°> and reasonable 3|j expenses paid if brought home to the subscriber, living S .near Savinton Post Office, Cecil county, Md. Thomas VV. Veazçv, — 6t Dec. 31, 1821. The Aurora, Philadelphia, and Recorder, \y es t Chester, will please to publish the above advertise*- lien (- once a week Iff for 6 weeks, and send a paper cont,»'" lin g the same, with J the amount of their charge mayke a at t j ie bottom, to T. là XV. Vcazey, and. it aliall be », them. f LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-Office, at WIL M1NGTON, Del. January 1, 1822. Persons calling for a Letter an this list are requested " to mention that it is advertised , or they may not get it. A William A Almond Archibald Armstrong Elizabeth America Elizabeth Allee Priscilla Ahrains A Armstrong Margaret Armstrong Francis Tho's Anderson Ebenezer Arnold Cyrus Abbett James Armor B Mary Ilirden Catharine G Bradford & i ' l " se y Whitington Bucher Mr Beckley James Buckley Henrietta J. Bedford Eliza Blackwell John Burne Catharine Brown Rhesa Brunson 2 Wm Bryant Asaph Buck 2 Stephen R. Brown jura Ezekiel Bennett Jonathan Beeson Lydia Barns N. Bradley Elizabeth Beeson e V Ur ° wn Rebecca Ann Layless Jos -P h Mar,ul Bac ? On the c Isaac Co.-bet Margaret Carr Patrick Connelly David Campbell Arthur Crockson James Curby Robert Carswell 'Francis Carr William Campbell Sam Clark James Cloud ty D Monsieur Darries George Downing John Davidson Ann K. Davis Rebecca Ann Davis E Wm Emrie John Elliott Robert Eggleston Jacob Entrikin F Deborah Fisher 2 Nathan Ferris Thomas Farry Dan'l F rost Jacob Fowler John Ford G James Crtihl) Mary Gunn Joseph Grimes Joseph Green Ann Green Ann Gregg Joseph Croon Susan Goodin 3 Elizabeth Garrett John Galino II •Sam'l Hughes 2 Ellen Hall John Harney Mr. Hutton John Iluichenson Maria Hanes Sarah Hill Sam'l Ilarland Caleb lleuld It co Edward Hamilton John I-Itiey Henry Heaton James Huddock S. Hadley Catharine Hughe« John Hamilton John Hayes J Harlen o Isabella Jorden Martha Jefferes Carter Johnson Maria Jones Morton Justice Sarah Jones Lydia Jones Allen Jack William Johnston K W'm Kirk C. H. Krllock Jacob Kirk John Kane John Kennedy Wm kilvingtotj Is Samuel Lawford 2 James Lithgow Charles Longstreth James Lavers Thomas Lees John Logau 2 R] Allan Mills Sam. Murphy Eliza Moore A. W. Miller Ann Mackey Lawrence Metz 2 John Mountain James Moore Fanny Moore Margaret Miller Thomas Metcalf Henry Miller Robert Morrison Mark Manlove > John Me Carrol Margaret Me Kee William Me Dowell Hannah Me Ginty John Me Lsughlin James Me Connell Thomas Me Phersom James Me Knight Nancy Me Alhster Stephen Merrihew Margaret Mullico Philip Miller Patrick Mumna Dr Rofth C. Marsh N A K Nielson John Nowlan Wm North o Peter L Ogle P lohn Powell jun'r John F Pike Jacob Pindergras3 George Powell John Parkin Elizabeth Phillips J Pyle R John R Robinson Vincent Robinson Susan Robinson Robert Reese John Rylands Sandy Rhodes Eliza Robinson John Redgate Abraham Ritchie Dr John Rogers Margaret Rials Richard Ratnbo Lewis Rice, S Lewis R Springer James StQf /art John Sir-Vens John. Scott Townsend Scott David Stevens jun'r John Sink Francis Stevens John Smith 2 Lydia Seal 2 Jane Starr Mrs Sharnley John Springer Judy Smith Rachel B Sheward William Sco t Ann Stewart William Stewart Rachel Shreeves George Simmons Mr Hall—or Judge John D Smith James Start Robert Scott T. Garret Sipple George Smith Ann Spackman Alexander Shanks T Jesse Trump " am 1 r ) aylor 2 l°hn 1 aylor James Trucks Mary Thomas Y Abner Vernon Henry Vining Rachel Vansant P Vandever w of Sarah G Woods Sam'l G Williamsom Wm II White James Wear John Walker 2 Martha Whitelock Sarah Webb Sam'l Warner Wm W Warner Eleanor Walket Elizabeth White David Watkins Nathan Wilkinson Alexander White Y James Young Benjamin Young Adam Young N. G. WILLIAMSON, P M. PUBLIC SALE. WILL be offered at PUBLIC SALE , On TUESDAY the 22d of January instant, on; the premises, at one o'clock on said day, A VALUABLE FARM, ; Situate in Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle Coun ty and State of Delaware, about 7 miles from Wil mington, and 5 from Newport—deemed a healthy situation—adjoining lands of James Giffiu, Aloses Montgomery, Swithin Chandler, William Jordan and others, containing about 96 acres, 15 or 20 of which is WO >DLAND ; The other under a good state of cultivation, and natural to clover and timo ty—convenient to Mill and Market—a great-road running by the door. t)n tht premises are a two story log DWELL ING HOUSE, small TENANT HOUSE, stone SPRING HOUSE and a large STONE BARN; A young thriving APPLE ORCHARD, of the best grafted fruit, and a goodly portion of cherry & other fruit trees, with a Well of excellent >\ ater at the door TERMS will be easy, a good title made, and pos session given on or before the 23th of March next. Further particulars are deemed unnecessary , as any person wishing to purchase may view the pre mises previous to the day of Sale, by applying to the Subscriber, living on the same. JAMES JORDON I—3tp January 11, 1822 FOR SALE, The time of a black boy who has about 6 years to serve. He is smart and active; lias been accustomed lo farming; is a good hand to manage hoiees. of which he is very fond. Inquire of John Phillips. Ilockcssin, I) C. Wilson, Sheriff New Castle, or at the office of this paper. Jan. 11, 1822. —4tp TO RENT, That well known farm called MORVIN, situate on the Delaware river, 2\ miles below New Castle, 2$ from Chris tiana Bridge, and 5 from Wilmington. The soil of this farm is extremely fertile and produces abundant crops of farm is extremely fertile and produces abundant crops of wheat, Indian corn, clover &c and it is believed that few plantations in the State possess greater advantages for grazing. The improvements are good For terms apply JAMES ROGERS, Esq. New Castle. to •!t Jan 11,1822. 1 JVir.ufnrt, .May 10 Hi, 1816. Tor value received I promise to pay to Tunny Cranry, one him tired und seventy dollars , on flamand, seal. IVitness my hati.l and NT.il.. (Signed) All persons are warned not to take an assignment of the instrument of writing above mentioned, us the same is fraudulent, and w as not signed by the said lohn Harp; and we the undersigned, Ids administrators, will not pay the same—and have refused to pay the same. JOHN H -VHP. 4 4NR HARP. HENRY LITTLE, $ ? Atlmr' January 11, 1822. I ■>'p Bout and Shot* Manufactory; In Broad, near Shipley Street. The subscriber respectfully informs the public in gene ral, that he carries on the above business, in all its variety. Having employed a Foreman of the best cupaciy, and be ing determined to employ the best workmen both tor men's and women's work, and having procured the best materi als, lie confidently flatters himself that lie w ill be enabled logive general satisfaction and mérita share of patronage SAMUEL WOLLASTON N. IÎ. He continues the bricklaying business as f'oririer ly. Apply as above. One or two boys of respectable connections warded apprentices. 1st month 11, 1822. as i—if. FOR SALE , OR TO RFùNT, Or a partner would be taken in the concern. About 7 acres of land on both sides of Rod Clay creek, about 4i jiiiles from Wilmington, arid 2 from Newport, New Castle county, whereon is erected a large mill house, 50 feet long and 39 wide, 3 stories high, with an addition side of 45 feet long and 25 wide, 3 stories high, and at one end an addition of %'d f ee t long and 24 wide, one and a halt story high, with 2 laige sheds, an I shear shop. There are 2 water whce'.s, and water sufficient to drive them at all times (or nearly soj to run five feet stones pow erfully. There is like wise a saw mill, and sufficient water (exclusive of what i's necessary for the grist mills) to drive it eight or nine m onths in the year. One water wheel in the mill is now e mployed in a woollen establishment, which is carried on pretty extensively; the other wheel in the milling busip,ess. There is house room (by evacuating the grist mill 'machinery, Stç.) sufficient for two thousand cot ton spip.Jles, with all the machinery necessary for them, besides the woollen establishment, and water sufficient for both establishments. There is a large, tight dam, a short head and tail race, with twelve feet head and fall, a large stone mansion house and kitchen, 2 stories high, cellared under the whole, a good frame barn, with stabling unde it, and six tenements for families to live in It is in a healthy neighborhood and handsomely situated M».n land can he had convenient. Any person or persons wish ing to purchase, rent, or be concerned, may see the prop erty and know the conditions, by applying to the subscri ber, near the premises. Possession can be had the 20th ot March next. one ROBERT PHILLIPS. Madison Factory, 1 mo. 5, 1822 The Editor of the Aurora, Philadelphia, is requested to insert the above for 1 month, and send his bill for payment, to the advertiser. l lin Dividend. The stockholders in the Hank of Wilmington and Bran dywine, will please to take notice, that the Board of Di rectors have this day declared a dividend of 50 cents on each share of stock, which will lie payable to the stock holders or their legal representatives, on or after the lOtlft iust. Hy order of the Board, I). ItYUNEfi, Cashier. 1-9t January 3, 1822. Dividend. The General Board of Directors of the Farmers' Bank of the State of Delaware, have this day declared a divi dend, at the rate of six per cent per annum, on t he capital stock for the lup.t half year, payable to the stockholders or their legal representatives, any time afterthe 8th inst. C. P. COMEGYS, Cashier. 1- At Jan. 8, 1822. Adjourned Court. An adjourned Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Court of Common Pleas, will be held at tiles Court House in the town of New Castle, on Friday the 2Jtlt day of the present month, By order, JOS. HOBERTS, Prnt'r. 1-5t* New Castle, Jan. 10,1822. NE IV AND LA VE ROOKS Just received at J. Wilson's Bookstore 5c Circulating Library, No. 105, Market St. Percy Anecdotes, from No. 1 to 11 inclusive, each $0 50 Years Exile of Mau De Staël, Aiken's Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, 2 vols 8vo The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2 vols 8vo Memoirs of the Life of Wm. Pitt, 2 vols 8vo Italy, by Lady Morgan, 2 vola 8vo Raymond's Political Economy, 1 vol 8vo Vnnalsof the Parish, or the Chronicle of Ualmailing, Valerius; a Roman Story, 2 vols The Cavalier; a Romance, 2 vols I he Privateer; a Tale, 2 vols Marciau Colonne; an Italian Talc; with three Dram atic Scenes and other Poems, I he Spy; a Tale, 2 vois Davy's Agricultural Chemistry, Quarto and other BIBLES, various prices. GE It AI A At A LAI A A 'A CS. 11 Jan. 1 uo ; 4 01 4 01 5 Ji) 4 51 2 51 8S 2 01 2 01 1 25 S.'S 2 OO 1 25 ißoetrp. raoM ei,ackwood's kdinburg magazine, THE CYPRESS TREE. A slender tree upon a bank lu lonely beauty towers, So dark, as if it only drank The essence of the thunder showers. Wnen birds were at their evening song In thoughtful reverie, I've mark'd the shadows deep and long, Out strcchmg Horn that cypress tree. I've thought of oriental tombs, Ot silent cities, where In many a row the cypress glooms, In token of despair ; And thought, beneath the evening star» How many a m tden crept From busy life's discordant jar, And o'er the tomb in siiciice wept. I've thought, thou lonely cypress tree, Thou hermit of the grove. How many a heart is felt like thee In loneliness on earth to rove, When all that charm'd the early day, And cheer'd the youthful mind, Have, like the sun beams, pass'd away, And left but clouded slues behind ! Thou wert a token unto me Thou stem with dreary leaf, So desolate thou seem'st to be, That earth is but a home of grief! A few short years shall journey by, Ati-d then thy boughs shall wave, Win n tempests beat, „ndbieezes sigh, Above my head, and o'er my grave. WJ0M Inscription on the Monument of a Newfoundland Dog—By Lord Byron, When some proud son of man returns to earth;. Unknown to glory hut upheld by birth, The sculptor's art exhausts the pomp of woe, And storied urns record who rests below ; When all is done, upon the tomb is seen, Not what he was, but what he should have been ! Bui the poor dog. in life the firmest friend. The first to welcome, foremost to defend, Whose honest heart is still his master's own, Who labors, fights, lives, breathes for him alone, Unhonor'd falls, unnoticed ail his worth, Denied in heaven the soul be held on earth, While man, vain insect ! hopes to be forgiven And claims himstlf a sole exclusive heaven, O man ! thou feeble tenant of an hour, Debas'd by slavery or corrupt by power. Who knows thee well, must quit thee with disgust, Degraded mass of animated dust ; Thy love is dust, thy friendship all a cheat, Thy smiles hypocrisy, thy words deceit ! By naiure vile, ennobled but by name, Each kindred brute might bid ihee blush for shame. Ye ! who perchance behold this simple urn, p ass on_it honors none you wish to mourn. To mark a friend's remains these stones arise, I never knew but one, and hete he lies. An Irish gentleman in a tavern, seeing that the liqhts were so dim as only to render darkness visi ble, called out lustily—'Here, waiter, let me have a couple of dacent candles, just that I may see how those others burn.'