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POETRY.
From the Taunton Sun,
A REFLECTION AT SUNSET,
I saw the radiant God of day,
Descending in the glowing west;
1 mark’d his last expiring ray,
As low he sank, to seeming rest,
And though he had his chariot driven,
Beyond the Lills to ocean’s bed;
A glow divine illuwin’d heaven,
And o’er the scene alustre shed,
80 when the Christian’s race is run,
Though low he slumbers *neath the ground;
His virtnes like the setting sun,
A heavenly radiance shed around. ‘I, I'. W.
Fia.n the Prov. American
THE IMMERSION,
The ceremony of baptism by immer-,
sion, performed inthe Apostolic mode so
plainly pointed out in the interview be
tween Philip and the Funuch, isimpres
sive and highly imposing, when admin
istered in an appropriate manner, We
witnessed one of these ceremonies not |
long ago, in a village situated near n!
clear salt bay, with its freshening breez
es and bright saud beach, around which
was assembled a multitude of attentive
spectators. The candidates were youth
ful females, modestly clad in the plain
woolen garments adapted tothe Nerc-llm-!
ny, and animated with a religions enthu
siasm, a sell~sacrificing devotion llmt!
rendered them more attractive than if’
decorated for a bride, ‘
The occasion was one that could not
fail to impress the most thoughtless mind.
The clear strong voice of the youthful
clergyman, rising above the dash of the
waves that were forced up the shelving
beach, with just enough of motion to give
spirit to the scene, the solemn attitudes
of the listening throng; with the rever
ently uncovered heads of the males, from
the hoary locks of age to the bright hair
of the strippling—and the swell of voices'
in the hymon that followed the [)l'il.\‘('l'-—-—}
the exhortation of the graceful pieacher!
to those who had taken wpon them hnl_\'i
vows Lo persevere—and his invitation to
the humble penitents to come forward in|
confidence, and be buried with Christ in|
baptism, and his warning to the careless’
sinner—in all these, combined, there was‘
that kind of thrilling interest which warms |
the blood, and stirs up cmotions that I':\n-‘
not but be salutary, even il they pass a
way with the asccasion, and {rom whi(-h‘
lasting and eternal good would come, if
they were permanent., He who could
look upon such a scene with scorn § lev
ity, must be wanting in the sources
wlu;nce thought and feeling spring in the
Soul,
Among the group of eandidates there
was one more timid, as she was more
lovely than her companions; & yet stmngl
in faith, she followed her pastor fearless
ly mto the water, and after receiving the
impressive benediction, sunk beneath the
wave, as gently zs il falling upon a
couch, There was a slight gasp for
breath, as she again stood upon her feet,
and then a bright smile lighted up her
features with a holy confidence before
the truth of which, the boldest infidel
must have shrunk, had he dared to mock
the hallowed feeling. As she came up
out of the water, the youthlful devotee
broke forth in a full rich strain with the
following stanza:
“Oh Jesus my Saviour, to thee I submit,
With love and th:mksgi'\iu;_r. full down ut'thy feet,
In cacrifice ofier, my heart, life and <oul,
Thou art my redeewmer, my Lord and my all.”
The ceremonies were fcllowed by a
sermon in the village church, from Luke
xiv. 22—“ Lord, it is done as thou hast
commanded, and yet there is room.” A
young lady upon whose fine imagination
the scene had made a vivid impression,
caught from this motto a happy inspira
tion, which was uttered almost improms
tu, in the following beautifully simple
lines:
*T'is done, the sacred rite is done,
And they from death to life have risen,
A glorious laurel each hath won
From the trinmphant arch of heaven;
A crown of faith, an anchor sure,
A hope that shall for aye endure.
*Tis done: the fervent prayer is said
That asks a blessing on this vow:
Though age hath silvered not his head,
Or stampt one furrow on his brow,
Yet truth and light to him are given,
T'o point their pathway on to heaven.
*Tis done; the holy psalm is sung,
And echo soft repeats the stiain,
Till rock, and hill, and vale have rung
Those hymns of lofty praise again,
And all with one harmonious voice,
Earth, air, and seas, and skies rejoice.
*Tis done; the eloud that veil'd the day
Has vanish’d with the dying strain;
8o shall their tears be wiped away,
And grief and sin no more remain;
For l’: who bade those waters flow
Can make their erimson hue as snow.
"Tis done; no wave hasleft the shore,
No murmur breaks their silent rest,
Aud yet— oh! there is room for more
Within the blue waves' peaceful breast—
Where love and peace forever bloom,
Oh! there is room——there yet is room?
It is a beautiful trait in the history of
the American Government, that it has
never shed a drop of human blood, nor
banished a single individeal for state
erimes! No renegade minister grows
immortal there by “saving the constitu- l
tions and crushing the “hydra of jucob-’
inism,” at the expense of human blood
and human happiness. lam delighted
to find that the more popular a govern
ment grows the more mild it lm-mm-s;i
and that the glory of dispensing with the |
services of the hangman in political al'-.
fairs, was reserved for the first gov-|
ernment erected and conducted by the
pruplc';-——by those whom the planners of
our bloody treason and scdition laws
chose to designate as *‘a ferocious rab
ble!™ Scolsman, l
A good man’s piety and virtue are not
distinet possessions; they are himselt; and’
all the glory and virtue which belongs
to them belongs to himself. What is re
ligion? Not a foreign inhabitant, not
something alien to our nature, which
comes and takes up its abode in the soul:
It is the soul itsclty litting itself up to its
Maker. What is virtue 2 1t is the soul
listening to, and revering and obeying a
law which belongs to its very essence,
the law of duty. We sometimes smile
when we hear men deerying human na
ture, and in the same breath exalting ve
hgion to the skies, asifrehgion were any
thing more than human nature acting in
obedience toits chietlaw, Channing.
Fcoxomy.— Without ity no one, let his
income be what it may, can hope [or the
confidence of the public; and extrava
gance is certain to be accompanied with
poverty and its votary almost invariably
ends his life in want and wretchedness,
By recommending cconomy, however,
we wounld not be thought to recommend
niggardliness, which is « vice as opposite
to economy, as is the most wasteful ex
travagance, ‘The man who, wrapped up
entively in selfishness, refuses his aid to
every thing of publie benefit, who hoards
his ill gotten gainsin his own cofiers, and
whose only pleasure is to extort from the
hand of poverty the last penny, is not an
cconomical man, he is an oppressor anl
a niggard, NI Spectator.
BOOTS & SHOES,
CO-PARTNERSHIP FORMED.
DAVIS & POTTER,
Al the Old Stand of Joux W. Davis,
SIGN OF THE
100,
TITAMES STREET,
liz\\'l‘l just retarned from ew-York with a |
superior selection of stock of the first qual-|
ity, for the purpose of manufacturing Ladies, Gen
tlemen’s, misses and children’s BOOTS AND
SHOES, in the most fushionable style, by the
first rate workmen. "T'hey are confident the satis
faction heretofore received by old customers at the
establishment (No. 100) will induce them still to
continue their patronage, i
Having the ussistance of Mr. Potter in the esta
blishment, every attention will be paid to all those
who wish for the first style of Poots & Shoes,
made to measure on the newest fashion lasts,which
they have just received from New York. They
have on hand an extensive assortment of Ladies,
Gentlemen’s, and Misses boots and shoes of every
description, usually called for in a shoe store, of
their - own manufactoring. Also a number of
cases of the above articles, which they bonght
for cash in New York, and are detormined to sell
them as low as at any other store in Town.
They keep constantly on hand the following
articles, viz:
Black and colored last-
Grain*d vpper leather,
ings, @ Black and buft’ buck
Russia sheetings, & skins,
No. 2 and 3 ribbons, ¥ Black and colored mo-
David’s best galloons, (‘{vlmm-o, el aad
Finding silk, 4 Blaek and eolored kid,
. B . Al
Silk and cotton braid, }/(m:ut skin bindings,
Sk and cotton boot™ Sheep do do.
Imrd, ” @ Lining sl\in?,e
‘oot wehbing, e s2v500o() 1 @) o++o++ mmnne
Fuglish shoe thread, @ Liquid Blacking,
:\.'nl.:‘-rif;‘u_n do do. Q ip(m'gs!' . (tl::i
I ok
Horse skins, @ Shoe brushes,
Curried goat skins, s &e. &e,
JOHN W. DAVIS,
JOIIN N. POTTER.
april 27, 1831
i’ Jo Lo (‘/ [u\“l&’s
EXCHANGE~—II6B Brospway,
| Thiree Doors below Maiden-Lane.
'l‘llfl above establishiment has recently gone in-
L to operation. Frequently experiencing the
many inconveniences that strangers are subject to
in transacting their business in this place, often in
want of the convenience of a writing apparatus, and
the means of ascertaining the different locations, &e,
which they may be in pursuit of about the city and
vicinity ; | have taken the liberty to give the publie
a general invitation to consider theniselves at home
with me, while they remuin in the city. All the
principal city papers, together with most of the
New-llngland, and the priucipal Southern & West
erns and a fair assortment of foreign papers are con
vemently arranged for the accommodation of the
public. Any negociations, or any husiness that may
full 1 the line of a Stock and Exchango Broker,
will be atteaded to with fidelity , punctuality & des
patch,
Any commission with which my fiiends may fa
vor me, will be complied with to the full letter of
their instructions. Please call on |
J. L. CLARK, |
168, Broudway, New-York, or ut the corner of
Union Buildings, Providence. |
April 20, 1831, )
HERALD OF THE TIMES.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BENJ. MARSH, JR.
HAS {'ust returned from
New York, with a com
*&‘ plete assortment of Stock of
every kind there used for
Ladies SHOES, such as superfine Last-|
ings of different colors; Denmark Sattins,
do.; French Morocco and kid of diffcrent
colors; Bronze do. do. of the first
quality, ‘
He has also purchased a new set of
Lasts alter the first style,—and hired a
first rate Philadelphia workman to make
the above articles at the shortest notice,
On hand as usual, a complete assort
ment of BOOTS & SHOES.
He has also for sale, stock of different
kinds for manufacturing, such as calfand
scal skins by the dozens.—Morocco, lin
ing and binding skins do.—Shoe thread
—shoe brushes—-blucking of the first
quality—and almost every article usually
called for in a shoe store,
As it is my intention to please custo
mers, no pains will be spared on my part
to accomplish it—gentlemen’s work of
every kind manufactured as usual, of the
best stock and substantial w:»rknmnship,f
and particular attention paid to repairing.
te-7oln addition to the abore, The sub
seriber has just opened one case of men’s
lined and bound SITOES, well made, at
&1 12 1-2 a pair—also, one case of gen
tlemen’s calf-skin fine stitched BOOTS,
at $3,50, a good article. The above ar
ticles are not sold at cost, but having been
just purchased low for cash in New York
can be sold as low as those that cost
more, and still afford a profit.—Those
who wish to purchase, will please call &
sce for themselves, |
~ Newport, Apnl 19,
NEW GOODS.
v o 8o 1
‘v Y ISSTONS, has received and
lIA M ’i" f‘nll«-s'n vmnplvh- assortment of
| P t'llt'l‘ll are the following, viz: |
e 4 Red, white, vellow and
1 sy Red, v )
Broadeloths, cassimeres b BL e e
i Q(]:um-. crape, bandan
e S @ no, flag,Spitalfield and
(Circassians, musling, m'.w" b |
S, illi init (\!\\'hitu and eol’d cra-
French drillings—imi n-(.> e |
' tion do. ats, : &2
in ginghs -4 Men's beaver an
Pluin ginghams,—figur ? wloves, white buck do.
led do. . & . e
Furniture and cnn{nhrlcé\ L,?,‘il:;: hsg
| dimity, common do. ) 3, ;
| (ll"ll',h d cotton dam- 2 Random, raw silk, _nnd
Ll"'f‘" cop v half hose; cotton ditto,
ot A o R raw silk do.from
‘Russia and bird's .eye¥ ;nl.n::i( =
di"P"f. id d(‘?(:(:mn umbrellas,
(':ul.lhl’lr‘i.—--plul an ¢ o
' . d"!‘ e Q,l inens, cotton sheeting,
Linen cambrie, nent 0 ing,
'Linen cambrie hdkfs. /.> slnmng.lnlnflvs, ging
'Merino, Thibet wool &(;) hams, checks, \
. Valencia shawls; e
| i all of whic
and a variety of other goods, hud gl
will be sold low.
DRY GOODS,
]()IIN F. TOWNSEND has just received
®¥ from New York, a supply of
NEW and FASHIONABLE GOODS,
amonz which are—
Superior Fnglish ginghams of new style, also
calicos, |
Flegant French muslins, I
Fnglish and French moarning ginghams,
Pongees, silks for dresses, |
~ FElegant fancy hdkfs. a great variety; |
~ Irish sheeting, linens,
~ Ruperb cloths, eassimeres,
- Green barege and green gauze veils,
~ Real silk bobbinet lace veils,
l Wide black bombasin, crapes, &e.
A great variety of goods to equip children for
Eleetion.
Lace footing, wide bobbinett lace,
' Black lasting: blk English camblet, very fash
ionable for men’s wear.
A L S O—a great assortment of superior Me
rino Shawls,
The above with a great variety of GOODS not
enumerated, will be sold at prices which cuannot
fuil to be satislactory april 13
o~
Zchool for Young Lavics,
(Q rATEFUL for past favors, MRS, GAM-
W MELL is induced again to solicit public pa
tronage, aud proposes opening a school for young
ladies in connexion with Miss E. DORR, who has
been educated at the Female High School in Bos
ton, and is recommended by Mr. Bailey its Prin
cipal, as competent to teach upon the most modern
and approved plan all the important hranches of
Female Fducation, and also to struct in Fancy
Work, Drawing and Painting, and the French Lan
guage. Reference, to Rev. J. O, Choules, Rev.
T'. Dunn, and Robert Rogers, esq. |
The school will be opened on Monday, April
11th. Application to be made at Mrs Gammell's,
Spring street. ap6 |
Cheap Linew Pocket
HANDKERCHIEFS
! \ SMALL lot of Linen pocket handker-'
| /8 chiefs, at 25 cents and 2s; and linen cam—’
brick ditto, at 50 and 68 cts.—which are very
fine for those prices. ‘
| ALSO, cheap Long Lawns, by the square
yard, or piece. E. W.LAWTON. |
JUST RECEIVED & FOR SALE,
In addition to my former Stock,
01\'[‘1 single twisted barrel Gun, § bore, per
cussion lock, 16 square barrel, silver cap
and eseutcheons, back action lock, &c. Also one
superior double barrel do. warranted pare stub and
twist, Also one double Spanish barrel Gun, §
bore, patent chawnbers, &e. (a prime article.) Also
one excellent double Gun, with plain Spanish
barrels,
- April 13 WILLIAM GOTF.
“,’A\TT?D. an apprentice to the blacksmiths
business, a smart lad, from 1410 18 yeurs
of age, one from the conntry would be preferred.
Good encouragement will he t_'iu~c|,~-A|.p|y to
CORNELIUS B, WILLOUR.
aprll 19
'I‘U LET, the House and Store, on Long
- Whaif, (ealled the Messer Fstate,) and
possession given on the 20th inet., an exeellont
stand for a Poarding-house and Grocery. In
quire of E.TREVETT, Agent.
| may 11,1831, |
N. SWEE'T,
IHAS JUST RECEIVED,
pieine By Cases, Trunks, Bales
YAL and Packoges of
’.;‘ ¢ SPLENDID GOODS,
as was ever brought into the town,
and invites his old customers and the pablic in
general, to call and examine the Goods for them
selves, and they will be satistied there is no mistake
in the representation.
Splendid French plinls,@lrish sheetings, Russia
American and English 2 24 vds wide, real for
do. from 9d to 37 c. @ sheets;
per yard. @ Pongees for dresses,and
g ] 2 et
London French & ('o-<;> lustrings, S I
rinthian do; Irish linen, Russia dia-
BONNETS, @ per.
Diamond straw & ox- \é‘, SHAWLS. ;
ford; Merino, 'T'hibet weol, |
BO“\’:\I’ gatin straw, [email protected] erape, silk, gauze and
new pattern and [email protected] imitation, with an el
gant; Navarinos und\'.) egant assortment of
open work do; shuwls and hdkfs. of
LEGHORNS. @ various descriptions, l
A part of a case of [email protected] BROADCLOTHS, |
1.0-glm.r.ns, cheap; & '(‘z?.q.‘“l‘:\‘i'l"',RES, |
Black Sinchaw, ltalian, ¥ SATTINETTS, and
and best super super; @ Forest Cloth.
Gros de Berlin, [email protected] Floor Carpetings.
tine, lustrings & surs-© Elegant hearth rugs.
nets, LACE VLEILS.
Super vesting,new s'y!e/@Some of the cheapest
GLOVES. (‘/ ever brought into this
American, and hcuwtr,o town; also barege und‘
horse skin, doe skin, ¥ green gauze do.
deer skin and dogskin;(.}('ir(',:lssiuns and bombad
kid and silk do. é\ zelts, |
SHOES. Lace caps for only 25
A cheap lot shoes [email protected] cts; luce collurs ford 374
20 ctsto 1 124, 4 cts each.
Bed ticking, stripes and ,’f Plain quilling and bob
chex. ¥ bioet lace.
DUCK. @ MUSLINS.
Raven's, cotton, bear, A Book, jaconet, Swiss,
X U and 2d quality, Y corded and plmd mus-
Sheeting, dowlas, crash /3\ ling and cambrics,
and toweloth; @Slormnnt beaverteen, &
Chenp cotton hose; silk,/\ woolinet; :
worsted and hemp do; ¥ Brown sheeting and
Ginghams, nankin [email protected]) shirting,
cotton; Petticoat robes,
Cassimeres, suspondcu,Q Parasols and umbrellas,
Ginghams, barege, [email protected] silk and cotton.
marines,
With a very General Assortment of
HANDSOME GOODS,
| Too numerous to mention.
My Sriends will please to take notice,
if they do nol wish to be led away. -£§
PARDON WIIITE,
Q'l‘ll.l, continues to furnish the store No. 95
b 3 Corner of Market Square, formerly kept by
Benjamin Marsh jr. with all kinds of
BOOTS & fl"gfi SHOES
of the best quality, and on the most reasonable
terms. All kinds of Poots and Shoes will be
manulictured to order, by the best workmen, and
warranted good. Rips mended gratis, and repair
ing done at short notice. He feels grateful for
past favors, and solicits a continuance of the cus
tom of his friends and the public.
April 7. uf.
CHOICE and FRESH ARTICLES.
Just received vian NEWYORK, by
HENRY POTTER,
66. Thames-slreel,
Family, western flour, 4§ Choice city hams,
Hyson tea, super extra; 1 Dried and smoked beef,
young hyson do. do. @ Beef s tongues, dried;
Old Jamaica spirits, @ Mess corn fed pork—
St Croix do. @ and lard,
Wines and cordials, Butter, water and soda
Lemons and oranges, @ crackers;
Box and basket prunes, \’.‘/ Pilot bread,
Pure lemon syrup, & Ground pepper and pi-
Dried plums for tarts, @) mento, |
Dried apples, Madeira nuts,
Box assorted candies, @ Filberts and almonds,
Best Cuba cigars, Pea nuts and chesnuts,
Cristalized candy, @An assortment of nails,
Pure American [email protected] & muscatel rai-
Fresh cocoa shells, (.’) sing, in boxes and }
Manilla grass mats, hoxes;
Willow market baskete, ® Smyrna & Malaga cask
Loaf, lnmp, and hrown\;}qr:;isins, = i
sugars, Sultana raisins, fresh;
Sperm candles & sperm d\/ Fresh figs and dates, .
oil, @ An assortment of spices,
Fresh sallad oil, @(‘urmnls—(iinger pre-
New rice, served,
Old Berkshire cheeso, @Sh:lkm'n GARDEN
Best Goshen butter, SEEDS,
}'l‘ogmhcr with a variety of articles not
‘enumerated. ap 27.
NEW GOODS.
JAMES MUMFORD,
No. 99, Thames-street, |
las just received from New York, a supply of
NEW AND FASIHONABLE GOODS, |
Among which are 1
qvpm lOR English ginghams, pongees, black|
b 7 Italian silk, cireassians, linen cambric; bn-'
rege, silk and gauze handkerchiefs; Nainsook and
mul muslin, wide bobbinet plain lace, do. footing,’
very handsome calicoes, Mudrass & silk flag hand-|
kerchiefs, red Valencia shawls, blk. do. random
stocking, brown diilling, black lasting, Irish linen,!
Swiss musling long, plain silk shawls; superior cot-|
ton umbrellas, cotton diaper for table cloths, broad- |
cloths, cassimeres, and sattinets, and a general as
gortiment of domestic cotton sheeting, stripes, ging
hams, and bedticks—all of which will be =old as
low as can he bought at any store in the State. .
april 19
| SHIRT STUDS,
[}l.:\lN and ornmental, a new and fashion
¥ able article, for sale by
| Ap. 7. E. W, LAWTON.
- WILLIAM GOFF,
Head of Gardner’s wharf,
i South end of Thames st.
f H.\S for sale, PERCUSSION and Flint
MM GUNS, double and single barrelled—also’
‘eylinder Gunpowder, (a superior article) Duponts’ ‘
double F. do.; a quantity of PERCUSSION
CAPS—buck shot and balls of different sizes—-
patent shot of all sizes —powder flusks— double &
single shot belts— game bugs, Hints &e.
e has ulso made an arrargement with a house
in Loston, luiporters of double und single Fowling
Guns, muskets, rifles, pistols, percussion and it
guu-locks, gun materials and sporting apparatus of
every description, and can furnish gentlemen with
any of the übove articles et the Boston prices—
and guns of uny description fiom $5 ep to $l5O
each.
7 [email protected] For the accommodation of gentle
men and visiters to this island, he will keep a
good assortment of FOWLING PIECES to Let
by the day, and will furnish equipments necessary
for sporting.
IN STORE-—a good ascortment of GROCE-
RlES—Liquors—\\ ines—'l'cus—Cordials, §e.
Second hand Watches and Guns bought and
sold.
ON ITAND—an assortment of Jewelry and fan
ey articles—some musical instraments, such as
Flutes, Violins, &e.
ALS O,
One elegant Flute with additional keys.
One MUSICAL CLOCK. mar 16
WM. L. MELVILL,
TINPLATLE WORKER,
No. 162, Thames-Street.
C ONTINUES to carry on the above business,
as usual, and keeps constantly on hand, a
general assortment of I'iB WaAnrge, and other ar
ticles in his line, to suit the market, and positively
will sell them as low as can be purchased in this
State, not excepting of pedlars ; those who wish
to encowrage their own townsmen, will do well to
call and satisfy themselves of the truth of this as
sertion.
AL S 0,
| A large supply of Soar StoNE Furnaces,
by the dozen or single.
OVENS for baking before the fire, warranted to
‘answer to the satisfaction of the purchaser, or be
returned after proving the same. All the above
articles chenp for cash,
NEW GOODS.
]'ln:r()x HALL has just received fiom'
! New York, the following Goods, which !
he offers for sale very low for cash, or short and|
approved credit, viz: %
| Havana brown, white, muscovada, New-|
Orleans and loaf sugars; raisins; teas and wines;|
Colgate’s and Doolilttle soap; maceaboy and
rappee snufly smoking and chewing tobacco;—
crockery, glass anl china ware; case knives and
forks; andirons, shovels and tongs; hand saws:
brass and glass knobs for bureaus; fur hats and
‘caps; blank books of all kinds; bibles, l«mlu--}
ments, school books, and a variety of other,
'kinds; beds and feathers, mattrasses, chairs,
tables, bureaus, watches, new and second hand
clothing, dry goods, and a variety of other arti
‘cles. Apiil 27. |
PROVISION STORE
CONNECTED WITH THE
" ALBANY.
WM. S JOHN VARS,
Fowler’s Wharf.
]{EEP constantly on hand and for sale, at
S\ WHOLESALE and RETAIL— Flour and
Grain of all kinds—Albany Ale—No 1, Mack
erel—Cheese——Butter—= Salt—-New-York
Crackers by the barrel—New-York Vinegar
by the barrel, together with a general assortment
of
SHIP STORES and GROCERILES
ALBO
MANILLA AND TARRED RIG
-5 GING, OF ALL SIZES.
; ELEGANT
SPRING GOODS.
EI)W ARD F. NEWTON, has just ve
ceived and is now opening at store
No. 158, Thames-street,
A LARGE and VERY DESIRABLE
- STOCK OF FANCY and STAPLE
' DRY GOODS,
purchased in Boston the last week wholly for
cash, and are ready for sale at small advance.—
Among them are, e ) :
Rich Belginm and London printe, )
““ French and Scotch ginghams, | NEW
¢ Garniture ribbons, Styl
““ Fancy gauze hdkfs. ™,
Synchaws, lustrings, Florence and gros de Naples,
circassinns, bombazetts, petticoat robes, linens,
linen damask 6-4 and 84, cambrics, muslins,
sheeting and shirting. A prime lot of cloths, cas
simeres, sattinetts and vestings, with a great varie
ty not mentioned. I'urchasers are invited to call!
april 6, 1831,
| S——— e ——— ——————— SeseanlE—ED
f ADM[NI.\'TRATOR’S NOTICE.—
| A 'T'he Subscriber has been appointed by the
Hon. Court of Probate for the town of Newport,
Administrator, de bonis non,with the Will an
nexed, on the I'state of
! ELISIHA COGGESHALL,
Nate of said Newport, deceased.—All persons‘hav
ing claims against, and those indebted to said Fs
tate, are requested to settle the same immediatoly
with HENRY V. CRANSTON, Adm'yr de
‘bonis non, with the Will annexed.
| Newport, April 8, 1331,
7TO LET.
v The lower part of a com
-88 modious and convenient dwelling
m‘}, hiouse, situated in Marlborough et
ceyediosk next west of the Methodist Chapel.
For terms, inquire of the subseriber, on the pre
mises, ELIZABETH M. READ.
may 11,
I AST NOTICE., JOHUN B, NEW-
A 4 'TON'S accounts and notes, are in my
hands for inmediate settlenent, :
may 11, E. TRLVETT, Just. Peace.
]“()R SALEescl’ew No. 50, in Trinity
. Churel.. loquie . |
AT B. H. WILEBOR’S
May be found the following urticles, viz:
‘_‘fl ROCERIES, teas, domestic goods, shoes, spi=
R ces, dye stutls and settings. grain, salt, &e.
a variety of ploughs, cutlerys iron, tin, gliss, ear
then, stone,aud wooden ware: utensils of husband
ry of miost every description: window gluss and
putty; Oils—sweet, castor, lump und linseed; a
general assortment of new
GARDEN and HAY SEEDS,
from Shakers and others, wuarranted inferior to
none: brooms and brushes, vegetables, potatoes
by the quantity; pork, hams, cheeks, lard, &e.—
Meat and poultiy in its season, Fggs by the dozen,
pail or barrel, us fresh as can be purchased; molus
ses by the gallon, keg, bbl. or hogshead.
Flour hy the burrel—Dbutter and cheese by the
quantity,
A B, A daily supply of FREFH BUT
TER is contracted for, made by some of the
neatest dairy women on the island, and will be
kept coustautly for sale by any quantity, in good
order, and for the lowest price.
All the above articles, with a great va
riety of others not mentioned, will be sold upon
terms the most rensonable and satisfactory.
WAGGONS—CARTS, &e.
TH I subseriber has for sale one new, first rate
_ ox cart; one do. first rate horse cart; one do.
first rate horse waggontwo good second hand horse
waggons. Likewise one good second hand chaise
and harness, with a six year old horse, kind in har
ness. 'l'he above will be sold for cash, country pro
duce, or credit,
ALSO—IoO let, n good stand for a shoemaker.
Ters, &e,—apply to
| WM. D. STEWART,
April 27, Broad-street.
THE ESTATE,No. 1144, Thames-st.
owned and improved by the subscriber,
in good repair. For terms &e. enquire
of PARDON WHITLE.
Feb. 2, 1831,
NO W is the time to
strike.
THE MOST COMPLETLE ASSORTMENT OF
JUST OPENED.
Which shall be sold cheap at all events,
CAN NOW BE FOUND AT
HOUSE PAPER,
AT COST,
e FOR CASH ONLY .7
'[]'P\\'ARl)S of 2,000 ROLLS--from 18 to
56 ets per roll, consisting of 150 diflerent
patterns—now going off rapidly for COS T at
M. FREEBORN’S,
JENNET DRUMMOND,
I_IAS just received another lot of Fashionable
M STRAW BONNETS of all sizes. Also
an elegant assortment of NEW GOODS, »-
mong which are the following, viz.
French printed muslins, Thread l.n_con,
Dress chints, Bobbinet do.
New style ginghams, Embroidered belts.
Striped plaid and figured FElegant ribbons,
ditto, Gauze veils,
Enabroidered hdkfs, Mourning prints.
&e. &e. aprii 18
NEWMUSIC ; PRINTS ; SCHOOL
AND JUVENILE
BOOKS,
STATIONARY
For sale by
WILLIAM CALLAHAN
ALL NEW WORKS FOR CIRCULATION & SALE,
"‘nr: subseriber will be in constant readiness
M with a horse and waggon, on the arrival of'
the New-York Steamboats at the head of the Long
wharf, to convey haggage to any part of the town
for a small compensation,
mar. 2.] C. C. Hearn,
THE house direetly opposite Mr. Nichols Haz
ard’s—=Apply to Many Hazann, or
JOHN F. TOWNSEND.
W, CALLAHIAN,
VARIETY STORL,
Droap-sTREET,
Murch 23, 1831
FOR SALE.
A FINE CIHANCI
Vi w‘
g eSt AR
S -/1 ]4 E,
FOR
DRY GOODS,
TELELEY’S.
No, 15, Broad-street.
april 27
COMMON & SUPERIOR
At New-York prices,
110 Thames street, Newport.
STEAMBOAT
WAGGON.
TO LET,
iy
Ig‘
Newport April 20,
A lot of WILITE CAMORIC HLAND
KERCHIEFS at 8 certs,
. W. LAWTON.

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