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" Narionar Rerunricax ConvesTiow,
—A National Republican Convention
will be holden at the State House in New- |
port, on Wednesday, June 22d, at 7 o’
clock, P. M. for the purpose of nomina-.
ting suitable persons to represent this
State ip the twenty-second Congress of
the United States, and for the trnnsar‘.-,l
tion of such other business as may be
deemed expedient. The respective
towns are requested to take measures to
be represented in said Convention, ac
cording to the ratio of their respective
representation in the General Assembly.
G e e e o I A e L |
p=7=The National Republican free
men of this town, will asscmble at the
State Flouse on Saturduy evening the
18th inst, for the purpose of appointing
#ix delegates to attend the State Conven
tion to be holden at the same place on,
the' evening of the 22d, for the express
object of nominating candidates to re
present this State in the 22d Congress. I
The U. 8. Circuit Court, Judge
Srory presiding, will convene in this
town on Wednesday next, the 15th
instant, |
A fire broke out in Utica on the 20th
wit. which destroyed several Ilouses,
Shops and Stores.
CREATFIRE AT FAYLRETTEVIL
e e . C———e A > S & - I i
Lxtract of a letter to the editors of the !
Philadelphia Gazette dated, I'averre
viLre, N. C. Sunday“evening, 7 o'-
clock, May 29, 1831, |
I am sorry to inform you that we are’
all burnt out. The town is now a heap
of smoking ruins. The fire commenced
in My, Kyle's Kitchen, and extended up
Hay-st,as far as Mrs Gas’s on the north
stde, and up as far as the waggon yard on |
south side, burning every thing in its
way. The Presbyterian and Episcopal
Churches are also gone, and all the in
termediate houses. We are also house
less and homeless, There are about two
thousand persons who have no place to
lay their heads. The loss is above one
million dollars. The U. S. Bank and
Cape Fear Bank are also gone, the La
Yayette Hotel likewise. 1 believe no
lives were lost.
Another letter of the same date rays,!i
—“We had not left the church hall an |
hour before the fire broke out. All the |
notes or books of any value belonging to'
the banks were saved, but it was found
impossible to get at the specie.—Hopes
are entertained, however, that it will not
all be lost. The Branch Bank of the
U. S. is to be moved to my mother’s res-|
idence. She has given up aroom for the
transaction of their business. The State
House, the Hotel—both churches, the
Cape Fear Bank, and all the other prin-|
cipal buildings are burnt.” l
From the Philadelphia National Gazette of June 3.
The following letter came to us by the/
mail of this mcroing. « We deegly de
plore the great calamity which NMr.
Rowland, a Preshyterian Minister, o
vividly and corrowtully describes. The
public will sympathize with the unfort
unate inhabitants of Fayetteville, ‘
Fayetteville, N. C. May 29, 1831,
To the Editor of the National Gazette: ‘
Sin—FAYETTEVILLE 1S NO!
MORE!—This morning the sun rose
upon us in its beauty, und with glndden-!
ed hearts we flocked to the churches of|
our God—Now we are in ruins.— But
two stores of all that this ptace contained
aro standing. The rest are entirely con
sumed. Nothing but stacks of tottering
chimnies remains to tell what we once |
were. ‘
Lixcept in the outskirts of the town,
and in those streets which are a little off’
from the centre ot the village, not a dwel
ling house remains. All the churches,
with the exception of the Methodist,
which is distant from the centre of the]
town, is destroyed. The Academy, the|
two hotels, our printing offices, the two
Banks, the old State IHouse, every a-|
pothecary’s shop, and some of our mills,
are in ashes. |
The fire communicated (it is suppos-/
ed,) from a chimney, precisely in the
centre af our village and spread with in-!
considerable rapidity through cvery!
street, It was just after the congrega-|
tion had been dismissed, about half past’
9 o’clock, when the fire was first discov-|
ered, and in less than one hour and a/
half, our village was literally a ‘“‘sea ol
flame.” ‘The goods were consumed in’
the streets, the engines were burnt at!
their stands. Some who had property,
removed to a distance in expectation of
sufety were disappointed; too soon the |
devouring element reached them. The
churches though at a distance from each
other, were soon jn flames.—The tall
steeple of the Presbyterian church seem-!
od a pyramid of fire; for a while it stood
firm, soon the bell deseended with a erash
—the steeple trembled, tottered and fell. |
The Episcopal church, which nppnrcnt-t
ly caught at the same time, was soon in
ashes. '
As I wandered through the outskirts of
the place, to administer relief <o far an;
possible to the distressed, my heart mnk‘
within me. The sick were borne out/
of their houses, and were lying on pnl-l
Jets in the street. Others, faint and exe|
hausted, were reclining on the beds
which had been thrown ont. Every mo-|
ment our ears were stunned with the ex-|
plosion of powder, to demolish the build-/
ings, which might stay the flames —-Bm’
although many were thus levelled, there
were not strength to pull the timbers from!
the reach of the conflagration. ‘
- It is impossible to puint the heart rcnd-‘
ing scencs which every where occur
red. Parents were enquiring for their
children, and childien for thewr parents,
‘and in every countenance reigned des
pair. '
. I have been round the fire in every di
‘rection, and the above statements are.
the result of my own observation. IFFrom
where [ now write, I can perceive, for
the extent of nearly half a mile, the light
which flashes up from the smouldering
ruins, A very small portion of the prop
erty was insured, Mast of the people
lost their all! Gur distress may be par
tiully imagined, but cannot be jusily con
ceived of. Much bodily injury wus ex
perienced, but so far as it is preseat
known, no lives weve lost, What results
may be ascertained when our fiicnds are
collected, it is impossible to say, |
HENRY A, ROWLAND, jr.
. The losses at Fayetteville are covered
by insurance in New-York to the amount
ot 10 or 50,000 dollars, perhaps mors,
- Masoxte Temrre.—The Grand Mas
ter of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts
authorizes us to state, that the report
which we copied tfrom the Salem Regis
ter, viz: “that the Grand Lodge of Mas
sachusetts have agreed to relinquizh their
‘charter and dispose of their new edifice’
in this eity, for other purposes,” is with-|
out the slightest foundation in truth, The
report, we are informed, has been traced
to two orthree Anti Masons,— Bos, Gaz,|
1 DEATHS, |
At Kingston Village on Wednesday evening
last, after a few howrs illness, John Hunter, youn
gest son of the Hon, William Hunter of this town
sged 14 years—a youth of great promise.
At Fast Greeuwich, on Friday last, Thomas
Fry, Fsq. Chief Justice of the Court of Common
Pleas for the county of Kent vged 65 years Judge
Fry was for many years a member ol the Senate of
this State,and sustained in all the various relations
of ltfe the character of an intelligent, uscful, and
respectable man,
At Charlestown, on the 21st ult. Mrs Sarah
Stanton, wite of Dea. Daniel Stanton, in her Toth
year.
éx IWavine dhist. 4p
52 PORT OF NEWPORT. Sl
ENTERED,
Eteam-boat President, Bunker, Now-York;
Sloep Ann, Manchester, do
Steam-boat President, Bunker, do
Sloop Mary, Heath, do
Schooner Sally Hope, Baker, Boston;
CLEARED,
Steam-boat President, Bunker, Providence.
Schooner Sully Hope, Baker, do
Steam-bout President, Bunl.er, do
tloop Ann, Manchester, do
Mary, Heath, do
TULSDAY, 7th.—Ship Constitution, Dayton,
fin Provid. Schr. Jane, Maishall, 12 ds fin Ha
vana. Nloops Factor, Phillips, from Taunton, for
N Bedford; Narrsgnneett, Godtrey, fin & for
do: Wm. & Mary, Hammond fin Kochester, Al
bion, Smith, from Fall River.
Arr. at Liverpool, 4th May, ship Aewport,
Vauvghan of this port, fm Savannah.
STEAM-BOAT
RUSH-LIGH'T,
CAI'F. 1. D. SCOTT,
VI‘IIF: Steam-boat RUSH-LIGHT, Capt. 1. D.
Scorr, will leave Providence for Newport
daily, at 8 o’clock A. M. and returning leaves
Newport at 3 o'clock P. M. until further notice.—
Fare 50 cents each way.
Arrangement for Yearly Mecting. »
To accommodate those who may wish to at
tend the Friends Yearly Meeting, the Rush-light
will leave Providence on Saturday, June 11, at
9 o'clock, A. M. and Newport,at 3. M. On
fanday 12th leaves Providence at 6 A. M. and
Newport at 61, M. On Monday she will resume
her regular trips, leaving Providence at 8 A. M.
and Newport at 3 p. M. OnSuNpavs the hout
will leave P’rovidence, at 7 A. M. and Newport at
4 p. M Fare 50 cents each way, eB|
NEW GOODS.
June Bth, 1831.
B. w. I‘AWTO::,
‘l AS reeeived from New York the remainder
; of his summer Stock of DRY GOODS,
consisting of a very extensive assortinent of
NEW & FASHIONABLE ARTICLES,
Every exertion has been made to form such a
collection as may meat ihe wishes of every pur-/
chasers,—all of which will be sold on very fa
vorable terms’ for Cash or on good Credit. !
ELEGANT SUMMER GOODS, |
JUST OPENED AND FOR SALV BY ‘
E. . NEWTON, |
No. 158, Thames-sireet.
|
(1 ONSISTING of a variety of silks, ginghams, |
/ prints, and muslins for dresses--faney hand
kerchiefs, searfs, blk lasting, princetta, Urochella,
bombazins,stormant and Mexican ixtures, with a
desirable lot of seasonable goods. i
June 8. |
PAPEIRR HANGINGS,
3,000 ROILLS,
FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS
FAST COLOURS,
ELEGANT —LOW DPRICED,
AND CHNEAPER
THAN FVER BEFORE OIVERED.
FOR S.LE BY
JANMES EANMINMOND.
May 11
NOTICEK.
" OUNG ladies wishing for LACE TWOR K,
. ean be furnished as usual at the house of
Mr. A V. Taylor, |
| THOMAS G. TURNPR.
June st |
HERALD OF THE TIMLES.
| NOTICE.
Vl‘llli trustees appointed at a mceting of the
creditors of the Chan. Livingston Steamboat |
Cowpnny, hereby give notice unto all the credit-i
ors of sud Compauny to deliver unto the Tirustees
on or before the twentieth day of June instant, |
their accounts, claims and demands against said
Company. The same are to be left at the store ofl
Hendrick Boorwem, No. 164 Pearl street, in the |
city of New York—And the ereditors are furthor'
notified and required to call at said store, from the
twentieth to the thirtieth day of June instant, fof!
the purpose of examining such accounts elaims & |
demands as may be delivered, and making such
objections us they may have, to the payment of
the same, such ereditors who do not deliver their!
aecounts eluims and demands withio the tine a
bove mentioned, will be precluded. Ino ohjec- |
tions are made within the tie above mentioned, |
the 'rustees will then ‘n'ucuml 10 “quiql.iln snch |
accounts as may have been presented, and muke!
a dividend—Uy a cluuse in the declaration of
T'rust, any ereditor has a right to make objeetions
to saeh claims as way be presented, and o such
case those claims objected to, must be referred to
arbitrators who are nacied in suid deelaration of
trust, l
HNENDRICK BOORTIM, ? Trustees of the
ZIBEDEF KING, Chan. Liv.
‘ JOHN VOORIIS, s Steam Boat co
Providence, June 2d, 1831,
TOTHECONSUMIRS & VEN
DERSOFSCHUYLXKILL
COAL IN NEWPOLRT AND
ITS VICINITY.
Pumavenrioa June Ist, 1831,
'l‘"li subseriber is extensively engaged in min
a g Anthracite coal in Schayvlkill connty,
(Penn.) and trom the extent of his landed interest
in that region, s enabled o furnish the article of
supuorior quality and on the best terms: ho will sup
ply Schuylkill coal delivered on his landing at Lo
cust street, on the river Schuylkill, free fiom im
purity or slate at 54,50 ete, perton of 2240 L 5, or
he will engage to deliver it at any of the wharves
in the town of Newport, at £6 per ton: the quan
tity talien to be not lesa than a eargo; when the
price at which this deseripiton of coal ha« Lereto
fore =old in Newport, and the very great saving
that will result from an arrangement with the sub
seriber 13 taken into consideration, he trusts that
the dilference in cost will irduce those feeling an
interest in having their supplies on the best terms,
to fuvor him with their orders.—"T'ermus of pay
ment 4 months for approved paper or three per
cent discount for cash. Satisfictory references
will be given (as to the ability of' the subscriber to
conferm to any arrangenient he may make it re
quired.)
SAMUEL P, WETHERILL,
No. 126, drch street, Phil.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
Fall River ut 8 o'clock-—Dines in Sharon at 2 o’-
clock, and arrives in Boston at 5. Leaves every |
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 o’cloel |
dines i "aunton at 1 o'clock—arrives in Boston
at 6 o'clock. Stage books kept at Mr. Town
send's. Fare to Fall River, $1; to Taunton, |
&2; to Doston 3. I
RETURNING—Leuaves Poston every day at |
h o'clock—dines at Fall River at 2 o'clock-—ar- |
rives in Newport at 6 o'clock. Books kept at
Shepard’s, Broowfield st.
I'he above line is connected with the New-DBed
ford stage, ut Fall River. Fare to New-Dedtord
two dollars.
T'he Providence Mail Stage leaves I'all River
every Tuaesday, Thuarsday and Saturday «t 11 o'
clock. Faretwo dollars.
Extra carriages furnished at any tune, by apply
g toSEABURY § TENNANT,
RUFUS B, KINSLEY, Agent,
June 8. .
- FRENCIH GOODS.
A FEW CASES TIIAT ARE
NEW,
ELEGANT,
- FASIHHIONABLE,
are just opened and for sale at
JAS., HAMMOND’S.
L qune 8,
‘ “‘ UPERIPINE OIL CLOTHS,—A few
P 23 pieces of supertine German oil cloth of extra
quality and width, say 5-4 & 6-4 for side-board,
table and piana covers, warranted not to stick or
crack.
~—ALSO—
Coloured Damask 'Table Covers, of different
ni'/.fes. I'or sale by E. W. LAWTON.
, June 8
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE
“T ¥ have this day reccived from Joseph 11.
Hayden of Newport, an assigninent of all
his property, in trust, for the benefit of his credit
ors. 'l'hey are therefore requested to present their
claims within three months from the date of . this
potice, as when said time has expired, a dividend
of his efieets will be deelared and paid upon such
demands as shall be received and allowed, on the
terms of the assignment. All persons indebted to
the said Hayden are requested to make immediate
pavment to
) EDWIN WILBUR, ) .
WM. ENNIS, § Asagn’s
Newport,May 25.
COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. |
| Vi‘llll subscribers having been appointed hy the
': Hon. Court of Probate for the town of New
port, Commissioners to receive and examine the
Icluim.-x of the creditors against the estate of i
} GEORGE S, SWEET,
Nlate of Newport, dee. represented insolvent, & sn!
‘months from the 2d inst. being allowed for receiv
ing said cluims, we will attend at the store of Mi
‘chael Freeborn on th - first Satarday i O tober &
| Novembher next, at 2 o'clock P. M. for the pur
pose aforesaid,
- NATHANIEL WYATT, ?
| JOSEPH ROGERS, Commr's,
| MICHAYEL FREEBORN, s '
! ALL persons indebted to said estate are request
led to make immediate payment to
GHLES MANCHESTER, Adm'rs.
| Mav 25th. -
LCeotton Buck.
MOO, 2,3, 1 & 5 “Cooke’s Cotton Duck™
L 9 —a constant inprl_\' for sale by
| L. W. LAWTON. |
| 3737 This article is fast inereasing in reputa
tion and use; owners of Vessels are respectfully
:requcflq'tl o give it one trial. June 1
!NA.\'KIN FLOOR MATTING, -
| 10 picces super 64 Nankin Floor matting |
Just imported and for sala cheap by ‘
. June 8 W, LAWTON
SCHOOL BOOKS
i FOR SALE BY “
‘A B C I Woodbridge do. I
N England Primer | Oluey’s chgruuhv'l
Evangelical Primer l Cumming’s Gc‘ug'- I
'N. York Primer raphy !
Sherwood’s l’rimcrl Morse’s Geography
Franklin Primer | Woodbridges Wii- !
N. York Preceptor | lard’s Geography ||
Church Catechism | Worcester’s Geog- |
y 4 . B
Webster’s Spelling | raphy |
l Book ' Willard’s Geogra- 'l
Purklurst st Les- | phy :
| sOLS | Primary Lesson in :
Introduction to N- l Avithinetic A
| tional Sp(‘“in;_f bk, | Arithmetic tables
National Spelling l Child’s Arithmetic
| Book | Colburn’s do.
Alden’s st pant Colburn’s Plates -
Alden’s 2d purt Colburn’s Sequel
Cummings Spelling | Key to Colburn’s
I book Sequel ¢
Murray’s ditto ‘ Smith’s Arithmetie
New-York ditto Stanitord’s do, |
Flasy Lessons l Daboll’s do. ’
Boston Reading | Grawmar, by a
| L.esson | teacher of youth
Jmproved Reader | Murray's Grammar !
Worcester'ssecond | Ingersol’s do, :
| book l Smith's do, st pt.
}‘Amcxirun Precep- l Smith’s do, d pt. |
tor Smith's do, Ist & 2d
Murray’s Introdue- 'M urray’s exercises 'l
| tion : Alger’s K Murray’s |
Murray’s Reader l Fxercises [
Pronouncing Ln- | Murray’s Key
glish Reader I Liny s )llll'i;.{'l'.'lllh.\‘ [
Alurray’s Sequel Jameson’s Rhetorie |.
Agricultural Read- ‘ Blan’s Lectures |-
er Rhctore |
Young Reader l Blair's Questions |
Introduetionto Na- ' Scott’s Lessons ‘
tionul Reader I'urgerson’s Astro-
National Reader l nomy )
Historieal Reader | Wilkin's do. 1
Academical Spcu-l Webster's Chenis- i
ker l try H
Mental Guide Thornton's Dotany
Columbian Orator l Took’s Pantheon
Goldsmith’s Greece | Walker’s Diction’y
Goldsmith’s - Eng- l Do. Pocket Die.
1 land | Perry’s Dictionary
Grimshaw’s Eng-} N. Y. Expositor
- land l Welpley’'s Com
| History of United l pend & Questions
' States Grimshaw 'sEtymo
‘Goodrich’s United l logy "l
, States Scientific dialogues ‘
Emerson’s Qurs-. Blair's Philosophy
tions to Goodrich’s | Blake’s Natural l
United States . Philosophy g
Grimshaw’s United ' American Class |
- States; and Ques- | Book |
' tions Porters Analysis
Cumming's Small | Political Clags |
- Geography Book t
- Parly’s Geography | .s
1 TRENCH BOOXS. |
I'rench Reader , and Lnglish Die- |
‘Lectur Francois tionary ;
Boyers French | French word books ’
- Dictionary ’l"rcnch Grammar |
‘Neugents French i French Testament |
\ |
1 LATIN BOCOKS.
,Adnms Llements of | Hlistoriae Sacre
i“ Latin Grammer l Virgil Delphini |}
Enticks Latin Dic- | Horace Delphim
Ii tionary Clarks Ciesar ;
Ainsworths Die- | Wilson Sallust i
- tionary Tallusti Delphini |
Latin T'utor Ciceronis Oration- |
Walkers Latmn | es '
| Reader |('iccm de Oratore '
Viris Rome (|
{’ GREEK BOOXS. |
ii”ntkonhurg’s l Lnglish Dictionary |
Il Greek Grammar | Greek Testament '
" Goodrichs Greek l Leusdens Greek &
i Grammar [.atin Testament ||
Greek Reader l Graeea Majora i
i(iruvcs’ Greek and | Grieca Minora (
RNEW GOODSN,
s _— 1
fl ISAAC GOULD, |
il No. 176, Thanes-Shreet, ":1
HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM
‘ NEHW-YORK, [j
‘AN assortment of Broancrorie, Cassimeres
and Vestings, of the wost fwhionable colors |
and patterns, g g ;
A ;.S(), gentlemen’'s new stoeks and eravats px
tra heaver, Rerlin and thread gloves; random hose,
&e. Al of which he will sell ut a small advance
for eash or approved eredit.
Newport, April 23
TO LET,
AND POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY
'I‘IIE dwelling House in Middletown belonging
to Richard Mitehell, and recently occupied
by Dr. Wm. Richard«on—situated on the east
road, aboat 4§ miles from Newport, with or with
out the garden. It i< a very pleasant summer res
idence, and isin good repair. For terms &e. en
quire of WM. RICHARDSON, Portsimouth,
Or JETHRO F.MITCHELL, Middletown, near
the premises.
June Ist.
WOOL: CARDING, &
CLOTH DRESSING.,
V"IIE subseribers inform their friends and the
public, that they continue at the Union Fac
tory, Portsmouth, to eard woor, color and dress
cloth, manufacture wool into varn or cloth, &e. in
as good style, and on as reasonable ters, as at
any estublishment in this viciity.
2= Their Carping MaciNes are in prime
order, having recontly been fitted with new cards.
lOOL or eloth, (for the subseribers) may be
left with Edward Stanhope, or R. R. Carr, New
port; George Lawton, Tiverton; or Jeremiah Gil
ford, Bristol Ferry—where it will he taken, and
manufictured agreeably to the directions, and re
turned to the above places,
GRINNTLL & BARER.
Portamonth, june 1 |
W. CALLAHAN’S
CIRCULATING LIBRARY,
ALL NEW NOVELS AND WORKS OF MERIT
KRECEIVED AS SOON AS PUBLISHED
§ LATELY RECEIVED.,
Destiny, or the Chief's Daughter, by the author of
Marriage &c. 2 v. 12 mo. .
History of Chivalry, & the Crasades, by the au
thor of ¢Richleien:” ‘Darnnchy,’ &e. 1 vol. be
ing No. XX of Harper's Family Library.all the
Nos. of which are received as übove for sale
and eirculation. I
Thae "I'alba. or Moor of Portugnl, a romance, by
Mis, Brav, author of the Protostant &c, &e. 2 v,
Lives of emicent Painters & Seulptors, by Allan
Cunningha, 3 vols. . f
Notes on ftaly in 152030 by Rembrandt Peule,
m 1 vol, 8 vo. ¥
Voviges & Discoveries of the companions of (‘o
lumbus; by Washiagton Irving, in 1 vol. 8 vo.
GROCERY,
CROCKERY &GILASS
ware-house,
NO, 150, TIHHAMESSTREET, |
T RROWN, Loaf wund White Sugar; New
E) Iheria Molasses; Liguois of superior quali
tics; Cotive; Rice: Rawing in whole and half
boxes: Alonds, Figs, Spices, bottled Wines,
Olives, Sallad O, Presh Teus, Ke. e,
A LS ()
[ A general aseortment of CROCKERY,
GLASS and CHIN WARE,
T'he above, with alnost every article usually
| called for in the Grocery line, will be Sold on
hberal terms, by
S, NEW TQCIT.
Newport, May 18,
ERENIEGBY AR
e Y W
DR, R. 2. HAZARRD,
IHAS REMOVED HIS MEDICAL
ESTABLISHMENT FROM TIE
STORE FORMERLY ovcCl.
PIED BY THE LATE
CIIARLES FEKE, TO
THE STORE IN HIS
onN HOUSE, TUHE
3 EAST OF SAID
FEKE'S STORE,
AND A FEW
RODS WEST
Or THE
STATE
HOUSE.
AT THE SIGN OF THE
.
WHERE HE 9FI'ERS FOR S.\l.l‘l, “
\ \'('l’}' extcnsivn assortient ()'. ‘
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND DYE
‘RN Y N Te!
STURES,
' Together with many of the most Valuable |
' PATENT MEDICINES, |
PEREFUMERY, &C.
| OF THE FIRST QUALITY,
3 AND ON AS GOOD .
| TERMS ASCAN BE |
' OBTAINED AT |
‘ ANY STORLE |
f IN NEW.
PORT, :
A &()
RNULL'S, STONLE'S and other Her
ma TRIUNSES.
FHevivine Chestlr,
With plian divections tor Ships, and
family’s use, put up and replenished in
the best manner.
oN, B, The most particular
personal attention pand to Physicians’
preseriptions, and Mepicizes delivered
at any hour of the night.
Newport, May 18,
N )
-
CARTS, &e.
q) NE Ox cart, one Horse eart, one Waggon
and one Chaise und harness, all partly
worn. For sale cheap, for casit, raxm rio-
DUCE, ON CREDIT, or in exchauge for a
tloker. Applv to
RICHARD & GEO. C. SHAW
June 1
PALM LA FIATS.
‘lx'j easo PALM LEAF lIATS, assoit
ed sizes and qnalities, from 25 to 50
cents. Just received by s .
June 1 . W. LAWTON.
KQC &,
OF THE TIRST QUALITY,
D! AY be had, and s constantly kept, at the
& Grocery and Frait Store, of f
"~ JONIN J.STACY. |
All those who may wish to be supplicd with'
the same, by applying or sending their orders,
may have it delivered at their Houses, as CHEAP
as ean be purchased in this place. i
June Ist. !
TO LET,
: 4’ Possession given immedialely.
\ .
'y i
m" THE store lately oceupied by
a 3 Len). I Atlman, Enquire at this
ollwe. nay 11
Auction Eale.
| PEW AT AUCTION.
{ ON SATURDAY. June 18th,
At 11 o'ctack, 4. M
A VALUABLE body Pew,in the west aisle of
the Rev. Mr. Choules’ Meetihg House.
ELEAZER TREVETT,
Guardian to W. H. Greene.
; June 8
SPERM OIL.
A few buarrels superior Bperm Oil for sale by
E. W. LA\ JON.
June 8,
ALE AND PORT T,
IBERECW RTE: .
Vl‘lll'". subseriber offers his BTOCL 1,
| B warranted to keep through the suuiner, ol
6 dollars per Barrel. Ile will continue to brew
Table Ale for family use, through the season, at
I 12 dollar per 1-2 barrel, and 1 dollar per 10
gallon ke, Both sorts delivered fiee of expense
atany part of this town,
| THOMAS EVANE,
Newport, May 18, 1831,
YWeol.
PEYHE subseriber wishes to purchase 50,000
| E pounds of sheep’s wool of the grades usually
raised in this State, for which he will puy a liberal
price in cash on delivery. E. W. LAWTON,
| May 25th.
fuiidy fFov Sale, w
g 8
VVI‘HA'I‘ splendid LOT, ahaut one acre of
| &L land, on the Hill, a few rods south east of
the Old Swne Mill, formerly the property ef
(Greorge Cox, deceased, together with a house,
slaughter-house, barn and other buildings, next
lot south of Mrs. Fry’s boarding house, near the
Redweod Library, Said lot is one of the most
elegunt spots to build a Mansion House, inas
much as it has a most beaatiful view of the Har
bour—on the West a view of the Beach—on the
Fast, there is not so delightful a sitnation for a
building spot in the town. For conditions and fur
ther particulars, apply to ANATHANIEL
ISWEET, Azent for the Heirs of George
| Cor, deceased.,
| Newport, June 1.
} COMMISSIONERS NOTICE.
: N OTICTF is herehy given that the ITon. Court
! of probate of the town of Middlatown, has
extended the term of receiving and exawmining the
lelains ugainst the estate of
ABRAHAM BROWN, dec
three mon'his fiom the 18th of April, and that we
will recerve sach claiims at our respective places of
abode, and will meet to decide on them at the
dwelling honse of Richard Shaw, in Newport, on
the 16th of July next at 2 o,cloek p. m
? Jethro F. Mitehell, 2
‘ Peter Barker, Comr's
', Peleg C. Anthony, S
| may 18, . »
IHHOSIERY,
By lale avrivals and former suppli
E W. LAWTON,
HAS RECEIVED FON SALE,
Q LARGYE asortment of COTTON,
A WOOLLEN., WORSTED, VIGO
NLL, HHEsP AND SILK HOSE, nclud
ing a great variety for Ladies wear,
IN' PARTICULAR—
Whole and halt RANDONM AND DANT
ZIIC STRIPE HOSE, of several
dilerent colowrs und patterns.
nav 18
NEYW STAND.
7V 'i‘l“’. sahseriber having re-
E . M woved hits estublizhient to
el <25 store
; No. 188, Thames-street,
recently oceupied by Mr. D. (", Denhan eweller,
(and opposite Messra, G Lngs & Co.) ow req
dy to supply his eustomers and the po e, wit!
BOOTS & SEIOT ¢
OF EVERY DESCRIP :
ivom the most improved Mann/
AND NEWEST PATERN
and hopes by his unremitted attention. to
to ment a continuance of that liberal paticfo
'which he has heretofore received.
| As a farther inducement to castomers, he b
just received a complete assortment of stock fron
New-York, for manufacturing work to messnre,
comprising diierent colored kid moroceo, huing,
bindings, and the much admired bronze and cheq
ucred Preneh moroceo, &e. &e. together with six
pew sets of the first fushion Lasts, made by Mr.
Cont of New York. The work to measures being
imade under his own tmmediate inspection, will
(bear eomparison with any made in the place. 'l he
‘lu-st attention paud to repairing.
| Constantly on haud and for sale, shoe nails,
thread, lining and binding skins, Day & Martin, &
lother kinda of blacking, &e. §e. St
BENJAMIN H. AILMAN
Newport, April 23d.
ELEGANT BLOND
AND SATIN STRAW,
ADELAIDE BONNETS,
Ertra SUPER GAUZE RIBEON'S,
Rich FIGURED BELTS, (Now style.)
HORSKINGLOVES OF A
SUPERIOR QUALITY,
AND WWARRANTED STRONG,
Just rßeceiven rrom New York,
and for sale cheap by
E. W. LAWTON.
“/’HFR CAS, Eadey Ring my wife, has left
my bed and board without any provoca
tion whatever, 1 therefore forbid all persons har
boring or trusting her on my account, as I shall
not pay any debt of her contracting after this date,
JOHN RING.
June Ist.*
A NEW CATALOGUE OF
HAMMOND’S
CIRCULATING LIBRARY,
Is this day published.
S 1‘{1:2;:01 ':':.:n can exchange the old catulogue
May 25th.

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