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Vo. io. of Voi. xxm iollTUM), •jHIfo POI.LARS PAR A!tV. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESD* * If \ !\b., Tl IISDAV, JUNK 2*2, 1819. A’o. 1098. T tfltfiUR SHIRLEY, CORNER OF COURT AND MIDDLE-STREETS. PVIABLE TKABiy. I 1,190,000 Cut Tacks and Brads. ELIAS KELSEY, A«. 1, MtOUl.EWTREET, rj-A$ just lrt>t« ihe ManuUdury, « [j.ecoiuj»l«te «*f F CVT TACKS AND BRADS, bicfa will be soiil ai price* that cannot frit to suit §ri li pin m ' 100 “ I >60 “ JCMJ “ 100 “ poo “ r 60 *• f 60 “ B65 “ •f<) \S1S1 1 NO Of 2j, oZ. l‘ut larks. 4t K *4 3 4 6 6 10 12 14 an ) 1G 18 “ Lj} J90 u). BRADS from J inch to inch — AIJSU— |jCfc YARN—GLCE—F ACTORY W All PS ^aEKlINO—- 'HIRtlNGS— CHECKS —GINGHAMS—S A I IN E l TS, &c. icc. AU of which will be m*ld low for Cadi. Feb. 8 tf Co. do. Kj. do. do. do. do. do. Portland Bookstore, A’o 2, Merchant's Hew, Midtile-street. JOSEPH JOHNSON, AS jost received in addition to the very m tens-ive stock. purchnsed ol Isaiah Thomas, ii» r»l »* >rni)'inl of 00 h’ S A A TA TIONA It Y, h makes his assortment very complete. — AMONG WHICH ARE— storical, LaiVjThtological, Med ical, Miscellaneous, Classical, and SCHOOL BOOKS. | A large assortment ot BIBLES, ot every r-p,too nuoieious to mention. — ALSO— JUST received the ir.al of CALVIN kllOP versus the B.blc and common sense. I No. 1 & 2 of the Christian Dis Bpic new Series, ju.-t received. TySubsertbet* to the above work wilt please to 11 snd receive their nuiiibc s. — ,tLS0,JU5T RECEIVED— No. 6, Aiant’s Bible. rjoue 1 6<v NOTlCr. 1HE co-partnersbip he<etofore existing under the firm of ILSLEY & NICHOLLS, ing been dissolved by the death of Mr. John oils, the — baitibar, the surviving partner, is* Is ah those who Lave any demands against tbe k trio, to present them to him for settlement,and persons indebted to said firui to make payment lliotit delay, JOSEPH ILSLEY. June 15 ADMINISTRATORS SALE. K THL US DA V the Jirst dan of July next, IT" ILL he s.jld on tin premises in Brunswick, to the highest bidder, at 10 o’clock A. M. order of the Judge of Probate, so much of the I estate ol JOHN (. RIPS, late of Brunswick, wed, as shall amount to the sum of one bua l»r.d eighty dollars. Said Estate is the hoooc id, where the 'aid O ips lateiy lived. SHI ML EL OV LN, Administrate r. Jr«n»wirk June 3. * )lage Notice. he Haverhill, Exeter and Do MhiI S.aee commenced running June 3,1819, Will continue Jo run in llie following inan Leave* Col. WildiV No. 45, Ann street, “mt <*\«ry Monday, Wednesday and Fiiday o’clock, A. M and arrives in Dover at 4 o’« «, R M—Leaves (apt. KoLLlACf’ in Dover y riip-u.i\, Ihureday Hnd Saturday, at 4 ock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at 4 o’* t. r. M. proprieters of this lino, under its netv es tthaevit, fep| confident that they shall receive '•it1 ot the pu in , »ironage, as they ate deter ® it 4iad he -eccnd to none in the country, l<»r *1 drivers and good h< r>e* and carriages. Stage Fare from Boston to Dover, four i. Passengers from Portland can take the stage I uevlay* and Saturdays and pass* u hwn Bo*ton can take ilie Portland Stage 'nd Sa .julay? at Dover. ^*7, 1819. * Sot. S' 1 h f Jut. iibe sub sc i ibers, hiving been tppOinHNi by '■ H tn. SMinuei Freeman, !•*<]. Judge of Willi A:c.f.irthe county of Cum f-ccive rtnd ex a uine the cl anr* of cred ly0"’ ^»‘‘te v( D-MF.L I N’G A I.r.-s O at- of Fortlan l, in tne county of Cum* u*rHder. deceased, rep esen t«*d ^insolvent, . v hsare e»e«sel cr* oilot« for bi in their claims and ^fitaeir d-K;% «n i t lit c ‘•hall attend tlmt *he r>lh dHy of July next. and | 1 M onday • i the five following months , w" 1 1 o'clock hi the afternoon of said Uffi ofihe U-^istei if Deed« in said “ U I Vs i|| RRtLL, > Commis JACOB NO YFS, > idoners. Portland, June9th, 1819, the Mibicriher* bavins been appointed by H m Samuel Freewsa, Esq. Judge of e \\ ills A:c f r tin* county of Citm ’,l’ rvceive and examine the claims of cred Hb- on,, of DA MKL HKAODJN, la ** _ fld, Utthe county f Cumberland, Mar i; f 'fe*ant< I vent do I rr** n* lftlhs ate allowed to said ctedi rmgiug la their claims and proving their *ud that shall attend that service on *he 5th day of .?u y next, and on the fi ^a»*the five following months, from two «o afternoon of said days at the *Wgister of Deed* in said Portland. ELIAS MFKKILL, ) Comwiv JACOB NOYES, i skitter*. '^4 Portland, Jum 9th 1819. (I3r> AV/i; Cheap Gout! GEORGE HILL, .Vo. 6, Mutsey's hou, Uatjutl ilia . * AN l.AIKNSiVE AS*:>}ii.G»v » , SPRiJVG 4- SUMMER GtnjJS, — CONSISTING OK — V(» HEAT TMi ie.ty of plain hi d G> ey 'sir' ] Muslins—real India Mush; —4 4 ci-td 6-4 cheap while Cambiicv—black amlcol*'l?d dit**»— Imitation Law n-3-4 and 4-4 light and dark c* t , h'ic ( alicoev—Ginghams—Mourning do—-n <*, J Itani Kobe*.—Copperplate and pa'cli Fliruituie- ' Cambiic and common Dim.j i — ;t la, v.e aaaortniebi "tawI —Imitation Meriuo ditto—.me cate -i-i lii».li Linen?, very cheap—Linen Cambric—quiIt- : mg and figured Vesting—black silk do.—blue an yellow' N'ankn-.*»—Jean-l otion C issiwere— Priest Cloth—Culerain fintish Cotton—black, ivuite and gieen Crupei—green (inner-—.*>-4 black b 'inh-izme—Linen and Km-mh Diaper - t.ir.en Cotton .’sheeting—extra biatk Lev&utin*—black and colored I-Ion nee, und Innib Lustrings—cheap thread Laces—6-4 white and black silk. Lace— Millineto— Velvets—I adies* and Gentlemen’? ?na, Denver ami kid Glove?—Cotton Hose—flat? Bandanna, fancy and block bilk Handkerchiefs— check and figured Muslin Neckerchiefs—fitkBraid* — Root C. r«l—Fan?—cotton and linen slack Rim - Fins—Needles—-.Sewing Cotton—it lian Sewing Silk—Tivist—Buckram—Patent i bread — Braces—iiuiiou*—Ribbons, &c. Acc. — 4LS<)— A handsome assortment BROADCLOTHS and cashmeres. DOMESTIC GOODS. 0 Bales Waltham Colton Shirting and Sheet-j ing—Ginghams—Checks—Stripes— Saltineits—Bed Ticking. [£7* All which Hie offered very low, wholesale and retail. 6w May 18 03® New Si' Fashionable Goods. EDWARD HOWE, NO 5, MERCHANTS ROW, I-T AS received a new and extensive a»sorl uient of English, French A" India Goods. These added to hi* former stock comprises al most every article that is wanted (bribe approach ing season. tf Mavi5 New Supply of Books and Sta tionary. WILLIAM HYDE, AT Tar. SIGN OF Ttifc Bln LE, Xo.S Mutsty's Row. HAS just received a large additional supply of Books and Stationary, which, added to hi« funner stock, make? his assort ment very complete -AMONG WHICH ARE Folio, Quarto, Octavo, Minion, fine and or»mraon school and p irket filling—Watin’ & Belknap’* P-aluis and Hymns—Testament* in large print f »r aged people—common Ditto—Pinners of various kinds—All kind* of SCHOOL HOOKS, used Ui this town and vicinity—a very complete Stock oj Law, Clasical, Medical, Theological and Miscellaneous BOOKS. Stationary and Fancy Articles, in a great variety Blank Account Books—Justice and Commer cial BLANKS, <$*c. <kc. AH of which will be «o;d by wholesale or retail on the most generous terms. fly Libraries furnished at the usual discount. *»* Cash given for good PAPfc.it HAGS. WANTED A*. above, an honest, faithful and active LAD, about 16 years of age, 6vv May 25 FOR SALE, A FARM in the town of Gorham, containing twenty five acres of Land, w ith handsome buildings in good repair, with a large Oichan! and Garden’ in which are a gi eat variety of fruit trees. Jiao,—one other FARM, adjoining the same, containing fifty acres, with suitable buil uiugs thereon. AIso, one other FARM, containing ninety acres of pasturing, mowing and wood iam', with a Hai n on the same. Alsot four House Lots, in the town of Port* land, situated on Fore-street, near Elezer Hig" gins’—two of which have flats in front. Uy Terms of payment will be one, two and th ee years tor four fifth Cash, on delivery of deeds—title good. For further particulars, en quire of Charles D. Lctts, of Gorham, or Garrett Potter, Fso.ol Portland. Feb. 23J tf. "YTT'E th*» su fieri bars having been appointed by f f the Hon. Jeremiah Hailey Esq. to receive and examine the claim* of ihe creditors to the es tate if WILLIAM BOGUS. late of Uniou, in the county of Lincoln, Yeoman, deceased, rej re sented insolvent, do hereby give notice thnt six months ate allowed to .said creditors to bring in and prove their claim-; ami that we shall attend that *e vtee at the office of Daniel F. Harding in said L nioo, on the first Wednesday of July next, and of the five following months, from two to five of the clock in the afternoon. DANIEL F. HARDING, JOHN LERNCORED. Union, June 4th. * V\TZ the fubfcriber*haviog been appointed by * ' the Hon. Samue' Freeman Etq. to receive and examine the dainu of creditors to the ertate of SIMON MESKRVB, late of Scarborough de ceaied, re prelected infoivent, do hereby give no tice'hat ha oionthi are allowed to said creditors ro bring in and prove their claim* and that we fhad attend that service at Mr. William LiHbv’s in faid Scarborough on the third Thurfday of Ju ly neat and the third ThoHday of September and N vunber from ten to twelve o’clock in the fore noon — Dated a: Scarborough thi* 10th day of Juoe 1819. MOSES LIBBY 7 Co«nmi» • NEHE. L1BBL8 J tiocers nary Notice ! ! '3 in ft- id Wnisbing their.-elves the 4 rc^enl f ason wiiii — I-t —^worH Knots—Plumes — Sasiit'?'—>Lace—Cord—■ Buttons-—* Beits—Guiis—Pistols—Cloths for uniforms &c. 4’C. * »sted to c*l! «>n >ae *nb«c<iber at A*o 5, *’ .i’V liotc. Pvt!hind— Where also mnv be /* ;’ers- 77<A~/ngs-Looking Glas i /per Huttings—Hair Jilattrasses— t' ringes— B i tui ing s, i«T>o«t every article in the Upholstery line, i rpMOLBlBRT HvsiKrss a« u«ual attended to May 25 tf EDWARD HOWE. (tPiNOTICE. «C0 THE subscribers intending to close their Co partnership in business on the first of July next, otter for sale their stock consisting of a very good assortment of Woolen, Cotton, Linen and Silk GOODS, at reduced pri u es for Cash. JL/*They call on all persons indebted, to makr payment as expeditious ly as possible, and all having demands, are re quested to present them for navment. BARBOUR fc LINCOLN, tf. March 2* •NATHAN WINSLOW, OFFERS FOR SAFE, af his Store., at the Sign of __ the W JIALE, just below the Ha y-Sr ales, Winter and summer strained SPERMACETI OIL, of a superior quality, for burning, 'i bis Oil, in a lamp properly trimmed, direction* for which w ill be furnished gratis, is warranted to burn until ex hausted without snuffing or picking up, produces no more smoke than candles, is less liable to grease about house, safer on account of lire, not subject to waste by being placed in a current of air, and by actual experiment proves as cheap as candles at tan cents per pound. It is likewise preferable to any other grease for oiling wool, it makes it run smoothly, does not oecntne glutinous by laying auy length of time and »he yarn is easily cleansed. He likewise keeps a large assortment of plated, braan and japaned LAJMPs—pocket and large Lantborn«. N. B.—Lamps and Oil furnished on trial, to be return«nl if not satisfactory 4 );l put up in tin canisters, from 2 to 8 gallons, and sent gratis to any part of the town. ALSO—A general assortment of Groceries, Hollow <Sf Hard Ware, Among which are, best of German MILL SAWS, English ANVILS, VICES and SHOV ELS, by the dozen or single—an assortment of COTTON YARN, from the most approved Fac toties. Russia, Swedes and English IRON— 1000 lbs. Blistered and cast STEEL. Spike and Nail Rods-Plough-Moulds and Croc -Bars. 5 Tous LOG WOOD, 50 Boxes Spermaceti CANDLES, 15 do.7 by 9, A 8 by 10. WINDOW GLASS, A consignment of Philadelphia MILL SAWS, made purposely for this market. A constant supply of Saco NAILS of every size, (t/3 A large assortment of Machine and Hand CAR l).s, made at the Factory of JOHN WINSLOW 6c Co. Best English COMB PLATE and EMERY. V ESSENCE OF SPRUCE, by the bar rel-or smaller quantity, with directions for brew ing it—which makes on excellent and cheap beverage [yt COMMISSION BUSINESS attended to with promptness and fidelity,and or ders for any of the above executed with dispatch. Nov. 10. ft.f.j U. W. NEAL, F.SPFCTFULLY inform* li.r friends. Hint her ocliool has commenced, the number of PUPILS are limited,and in addition t<» the branch es usually taught, will be instructed in Hockicell’s Sysltm of Penmanship. Drawing Lessons given two afternoons in the week as rewa-ds. Stationary Gratis. A few more Scholars can be admitted—application may be made at the school rocm, ne^r the head of Free Street, or to James Neal,at his Ottice, Exchange Street. June 15. Court of Probate hoiden at the Proba' e __Jire, within and far the county of Cum berland. on the fecood Wednesday of June, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nine teen.—On the petition of Judah Chandler, admin iflratcr of the eOate of EDM* ND CHANDLER, late of Norhyarmouth, in faid county, yeoman, deceafed, reprefentinp that the perfoDa! eftate of faid deceafed it not sufficient to pay the juft debts, which he owed at the time of his death by the fum of one hundred aod twenty dollars, and pray ing for a licenfe to fell and convey fo much of the real eftate of (aid deceafed as may be neceffa ry for the payment of faid debts and incidental charges : Oidtred— That the petitioner give do tice thereof to the heirs of faid deceafed aud to all perfoos inrerefled in said efface, by causirg a copy of this order lo be pubhlhed in the PoaT* land Gaikitl printed in Portland, in said county three weeks fuccessively, that they may appear at a probate court to be hotdeu at (be houfe of Seth Mitchell, Etq in said Nortbyar mou h, on the third Friday of July next, at cine o clock in the forenoon, and (be » cause if any they have, why (he prayer of faid peti’ioo (hould not be granted. SAM. FREEMAN, J"dg* Curt. A true Copy—Anht, Hoiatiu Socthoatk, RtgJ.tr. • POETRY. JFroiu Foulsou’s American Daily A,!vtru*r. THE JEWISH KEiUlt.N. Lo, Judah’s 1 oukts in saumss mocrs. I. LO, Judah's Court? in madness mourn, For Judah’s rite* br>i stained ; Iler shrines with idol incense bu u ; Her altats me prophaned— The temple* pride is ch*t aLrjad ; 1 hp prie»ts at d virgins lied, And gone, the glo; y of the Lord, Which through the Foi — sin d f il. The thistle blooms where Zion’s wall, Defied the A«syiian hand ; The mined intgruenis totting, f.JJ, i he scorn ol E iooj’s land— Yet saith the Lo»d, my mighty atm Shall rai>e her ruins h-gh * My vengeance slmll tue foe disarm, That Israel's Lod deny. 111. From distant land* and nations, where The tribe* in bondage roam They shall return, forget dirpair. And shout, the ransomed hotnt— In Zion on my solemn day% With Songs shall they adore ; And tears, and sichs shall flee away And soriow he no more ! * I The Lord shall gaHttr Jerusalem, lie stall build the waste places of Zion.” S. .MISCELLANY. NEW'YORK, jr.VK 12. A mong other striking instances, to prove the u tiliiy of Sunday Schools I observe the Bethel Baptist Church, meeting for worship in Brootne street, having in a short time risen from a small band, to a numerous congregation, and although the house, has been enlarged with its galleries, and made to contain twice the number it former ly did, yet it is al lost constantly crowded, and hundreds are unable to gain admittance. It is now about two years since the Rev. I. Chase be came their pastor, and more than three hundred members have been added to the Church in t wen ty months, and the congregation increased in pro- j portion. It is interest ing to hear the good people of that neighborhood speak of the pleasing alter ation, for instead efthe childish play and tumult in the streets, children attend Sunday Schools, and many of the inhabitants early flock in crouds to the place of worship, that they may be acc rn modated with seats. The church and congre gation, aware of the utility of a larger place of worship, commenced early in the present year a brick building 65 by 85 feet, at the corner of De laney and Forsyth streets ; and as they are at present in great want of room to educate their Surda* Scholars, they design the basement story under the whole hf'use for that express purpose which will be made very light, airy, and conven ient, to acommodate and instruct five or six hun dred scholars every Lord’s Day. Philanthropist. Draiscna School—A Riding School for the Draisena or Velocipede is established at New York. The tutor keeps a number of machines, and attends from seven in the morning till eight in the evening. Conditions $5 per month, or 25 cents each visit. Ma'onry.— The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the Ptate of Vermont, held their annual com munication at Rutland on the Id inst. when the usual number of officers were elected. The fol lowing resolution passed unanimously Rtsolved That this Grand Chapter present the American Education Society, the sum of forty dollars, for the purpose of constituting the Rev. Jonathan Nye, Grand Chaplain, a member for life. A late French paper, pays the National Intelligencer, in noticing certain features ot national manners, remarks, that on tho«e oc- * casions which excite the feelings of the nation? the English eat ; the French dance ; the Ger mans smoke ; and the Americans brag. If, the character here ascribed to us be just, let us reform it : if the reproach be unfounded, let us avoid it. _ The celebrated Mr*. Barnes performed Hamlet *t the New-York Theatre, on F Wav evening n*t. che wrre the breeches, hut it was for her husband's | benefit. | ' The desire of pleasing all mankind is a fruitful source of weakness and mutability in some of the , best dispositions. In the course of ©ur duties, we are as frequently called upon to undergo the censure and enmity of mankind, as to cultivate their friendship and good opinion, A pair of Vuarfs.—Mr. Pope and his wife j now in London are Prussians, and of remark able small stature. He is about 36 years of age and not more than eighteen in rhes in hight. His wife overtops him by about 6 inches. They dwell in a small portable house, adapted to their A Febrfw Bible, supposed to be written in the 5th century, and for a long time deposited in the library at Constantinople, beautifully written on vellum, has been conveyed to Lon don. After the fall of the Greek Empire, it was kept at Vienna, until the French entered that capital, from whence it was carried to Paris an 1 sold to Mr. Wauon, the proprietor The lear ned esteem it as unique, and extremely ralua able. Extract from the proceedings of the Legisla ture of Connecticut. Thursday forenoon, Mom 20, 1819. Mr. Austin moved for the previous question,— would the house do any thing upon the subject? Question by the Speaker,—As many a; will do any thing upon the petition, will please to signify it. The hou:e vetedto do ctvy !h:rg —Cor*. rap. The grand canal which is now maV'.ng in Fgyj ? from the river Nile to Alexandria, is stated t be nearly cemplete ,• and that, at this time. up wards of40,000 men are employed in it. CHARLESTON, (S. C.) JCTE 5. On the 28th ult. a melancholy and inter*"<ting srene was witnessed by many of the iahahi Ant* of this city. To deliver over to the awards of eternity a fellow-mortal, who ha* forfeited his life to the lawsot his country. though a nere« sary. must he a painful and solemn task. It is the righteous decree of Heaven that, u uhosv thedd tk mao's blood. by man shall his blood 6e shed.” The Execution of Marti v To©tieV, for the murder of our worthy and much lamented fellow-citizen, Mr. J. W. Ga:>§dft, w»s a spec tacle which excited no common interest, and pro duced emotions of no common cl ameter. The scetlet of that awful night, in which au inrecent and unoffending* man fell a victim to the passum and fury of the murderer**, whose, reason was over f oG.rtdhy intwirerancr, were a'! brought to our lively recollection. W hile at the same mo ment, we could not but drop thp te>r *ff sympathy over a fellow-man, whose awful fate ought to prove a Warning*, and afford a solemn and af'ect ine le^on, as to the fatal effects of intemperance. It is hardly possible to determine, whether the situation of tb* criminal. who suffered for this offence or of the brother, who for the r< no cr me, has been, driven over the face of the earth ; who is endeavouring to u fiv from the face of God,” is most eligible, or most deplorable. While Martin expiate* his offence to -ncietv, at the expense ofhis life, -vre can commit him to the disposal of a sovereign and merciful God ; hut to Michael.. tho vagabond and fugitive, there is an agonizing sentence which he i* corr,relied to acknowledge as just ; “ my punishment is greater than I can bear,11 for the “ Mood of my fellow man crieth unto tno from the ground.” As Christians and as men. we ought to ween over the sorrows and ca lamit!e«of o*w f«*11nW-cre#tnres ; thev hefal the b“»t of ns. T?i|t ;n this instance, we have to re cur with painful «w»*hilities to the cause of the unhappy er^it of these unforfnne non. Had r°a«on n^p-re * her thror.e—had rot conscience been stifle ! by intemperance—and had those ra tional and reflecting powers, with which God ha* blessed man. been kerf in proper exercise, this me’anchclv catastrophe would never have occurred. either to society, nr to themse’res. Hut intoxieaiien, that fdl destroyer of all that is dear to man. and dignifying to his nature, i* the source to which wo are to traro these evil*, over which we mav heave our vai'i complaint*. The«*e two unhappy men have solemnly declared, that they were so much under it* influence, as to he ournnscipns of the perpofration of this mur der. Doe* not thi* circumstance speak a lan guage. which everv intemperate nan onght to hear with solemn attention? Is the drunkard never to r etnrn to his serpe*. that he Biav learn hi* folly a*>d hi* danorer ? Is he to rn«h o» -f^p hv step, with a htind imnetuositv. till he incurs that degree of guilt wMrh wilt i.ivoTte him hopple** nespr*Tr ei*,'',f in this world or in eter nity, and verv probably in both ? If he st:Pes conscience—ifhe '’^regard* HutVr-ifhe despises the admonition of friends—if be becomes ir lif ferent to his own fame or usefulness—or to the interests of a family around h m. will he not pau*e, and anticipate the possibility, vea. the rro bnbilify. of being so far left to himself one davor other, as to fall a victim to hi* own follv ? Ifhe i*pre«en*ed from embruein0, his hands in the blood of a fellow-man, yet he i* hi* own destroy er—ifjnd«rm«*nt mnv bp d*»r rred. in overfaVi g him in this life - vetu Drunkards shall not irhrr 5* the kingdom of Hravnt.*1 It is said, that “ fact* speak louder than words.” Much ha* been *aid fo arre*t the pro gress of tbi* fatal evil. Manv evidence* are adduced toshew if* fatal effects. This ca«e is pot the lea** striking, nor convincing-. Yet this rvil progre**.P*. The drunkard is pot reformed_ He reels to and fro through the streets, an ob ject of pity di«<mst, and contempt—He returns to the bosom of his family, a nuisance, a cor*e, and a di?°race. His wife weeps over him, be wailing bis infatuation, and anticipating with horror the destruction which be prepare* for himself. Hi* children loathe him, ard turn av av from him a* the object which lick-ns their hearts, and h’ight* a1! their hopes of respec tability or usefulness—Yet he is unmoved—he remain* impenitent and obdurate—he stalks on hi* wav despised—he dies unlamcnted—he sinks into hell. BIRTH.—At Highgate, (Eng.) Af a daughter, the lady ofCapt. I.angslow, late of the Bengal Army, her fourth child; the eldest is a native of Africa, the second of 4* a, the third of America : and all born within the last four years and a half. REMOVAL. JOSEPH POPE, ll^OULD inform hi* Friend and Cuflomeri that he ha» removed from No. 7 to No. MUSS£7‘ $ R* *1V W here h* offer* for fa!e English and American manufac tured GOODS, on reafooab’e ternu for Cafii or approved credit. 1 Mo. IS, 8,9. (rf) Springfield Bridge Lottery, SFVT‘NTH CLASS 2 Piires cf $10X09 j 60 Prizes of $500 1 Do. < f o.CM'O j HjO Do. of ICO 10 Do. of 1,000 1200 Do. of 25 10 Do. of £00 } 40CO Ticket* at *C0 eech. not two blanlts to n F re**. Friz*- »u;iject to m tie.iiK tiou of 15 per r^nt. Dravring in commenc* cn the 15.7i of next tr.cnth. 'I irket* ai.«! part* in the above Lo te'y, for iaie at ibe B’ *• W.M. KVi>E, m 3 ' evETT's Roir, 5 IL;—-Eirhls 2 75—>'iv icet'S l £0. li re '• m% in the Kermehtrk Bridge ac<i I.-t.’w- C* -. L. • uitt ta’» 'n ;n r »y iac. Jvue 14.