i'O JILL TEACHERS AND PARENTS. ,
\7EV\ S(;H001. ItO.KS, ami improved editions, just'
published and ibr sale by JOHN OlllGG, No. 9. N.
Foul'll, street, Philadelphia, and for sale by booksllers and
country merchants generally.
Torre} N Primer, or First Book for Children.
Torrey'a Spéllitvg Book, or Second Book tor Children.
1 have examined Mr. J. Ton ey's 'Familiar Spelling Book
I think it a great improvement in the primitive, and no les-,
important a ranches of education, and shall introduce it
into the Seminaries under my care, as one superior to any
which lias yet appeared.
February 2nd, 1626.
A Pleasing Companion for little Girls an- 1 Hoys, blending
instruction with amusement ; being a «el- on ot interest
ing stories, dialogues, tables, and poetry. Hi signed mr'Un
use of primary schools & domestic nurseries. By Jesse Or
rey, Jr. Preferred generally to Murray's Introduction, smu
works of that class. Torrey's M u a! Instructor, and Gmdi
to Virtue—This work is getting to be generally adopted
in schools and academies, ill place ot Murray s Heat.er ami
IUA mix, A. M.
works uf that class. , , . . .
Smiley's Geography and Atlas, and bacred ami Ancient
Geography for schools. The increasing demand lor tliow
books, is the best evidence ot their value is > k .i
works. Smiley's Arithmetic, or tlie New federal Calcula
totin dollars and cents. Tins work conta, rs,amo.ip other
important imiirvemeiits,(4uesliims on the rules and theory ,
of Arithmetic, which are considered by teachers generally
very conducive to the improvement of the pupil . :
The sums being altogether in dollars a,id emits, will give ,
it a decided preference nvirniiy otic. nritiimUicin use.
The future editions will he t 'lml vi ry correct. I
A Key to the above Arithmetic, in which all the f.x.*m.
pies necessary fora learner are wrought at large, and also J
solutions given for all the various rules. 1) signed pim, i- :
palb to facilitate the labor of teae.he|w. and ^sis- suchj as
have not the opportunity of a tutoi aid By I i. smuey, ,
author of the New Federal Calculator, &c. i
The United States Speaker, Cornpm*»! by I. I. ..inwey
•preferred generally to the Columbian Orator anil Scott s i
, and works of that kind, by teachers who have ex- j
ammt dît. .,
Grimshaw's History of the Unite,1 F ates.—Also, ernes
und a Key adapted to
tions adapted to ' '
the questions, for the us«.* of
Goldsmith's fcngiuiul impr
tinns and a key.
ved by ilrimshaw, with ques.
wiü,,v. JÄrf iuw'Zr
workaniltiie pii«mlial ace, I,ts. i»e..mtormi,y « itli the pro
nunci.uion uf Lemprier«— witli qmsti ns ami a 1C y, as
Tciclurs geucrallv, who havi* examined Grimshaw's i
History of the United Sûtes, and the improved editions «if
Goldsmith's England, Greece, ami Rome, having given thcui !
a decided preference to any other histones in ust* as School |
Books—and any person who will ex -mim them will find a
iTtrclcd; and Touchers ordering
ell to say, ' Grunsi law's improved
bout lüOO t *it
these wo.'ks will tlo
An Etymological Dictionary, or Analysis <u the English
d l) .finitions ot " ords
id Fi t nch languages, and
Language, containing the Uadi
derived from the Greek. Latin
all the generally used technical and polite phrases adopted
from the French and Latin By William Grimshaw, author
of the United States, Ei.gland, &c. ... .
The second edition is greatly improved, and will be
found a very valuable class book for ac ademies ami schools.
Conversations on Natural Philosophy» in winch the ele
ments ofthttscience are familiarly explained; illustrated
Bv the author (d ' (Jouvcrsati«
pi-ova iTiciit.s in the ody uf t he >
and a glossary. B. Dr. I'ut.na
chanics in toe Frauklir. lusti
i itions, conections, ami im
irk, appropriate questions,
i p. ,jo its, prof, ssor of me
tile of the slate ol Fennsyl
van (a. t , ...
Livcsof Marion and Wa Jiuigton, by Weems.
assortment ot all the school
II of which will be. sold
-va. and ex 1
"With a g
books in general u e; u
above 9 hoolboc.k».
(Xj* R. I' r v ; Sc Son
F ibîisl». s price.
■ narttcularly requested to examine the
April 12th 1827.
kefp all tire above Books foi
F ibîisl». s price.
The îjuju'sl-. price given foy clean linen and cotton .
Rags at No. 97, Murreyslrm.^m
. .. coatrxnr „
'*wXkc |CoomuUee appointed to belli, ••.an tiæLoua - 1
fy 'f yeastii ■ r, report the following, as giving a Cor
el view of the transactions ot that Department for
the preceding year.—
Statement marked (A) exhibits the different sums
»under their respectiv e beads, paid by the.Trcasur
r er, up to the 3d of March, 1827, and also the amount
F received from the Collectors of Taxes, and other
, and the balance now remaining in the Trca
ihcws the amount of Tax lev ied
for the. year 18
lowauces made the Collectors, the amount paid over
to tins date, and the balances due trout
»6, the errors, commissions, amt a
Statement (C) shews the balances due to and from
the Couhty up w the present date.
(Sigifcd) J. I AlllS,
v & ' K. POUTER, , a
W'm. WELDOV, 2d. ) F
(A) Payments and receipts by Caleb P. Bennett,
Esq. Treasurer of New Castle County, from 2d
March, 1826, to 3d of March, 1827. _
Payments as follows, to wit :
Levy Court, .•••%>
Witnesses' fees, ....
Attorney General, •
Gaol, (for medicine to attendance, 2 yrs.)
Road damages, ....
Commissioners of Gaol and Work-House,
1) ditors' Apartment,
Ho. inling proceedings of Orp's Court,
Public, services, ....
Errors in Tax, . . ..
Printing and Stationary,
Interest and Discount,
Clerk of the Peace,
Sunday Schools, ....
Jury Tickets, ....
Sheriff, • • • •
Bridges and Causeways, to wit :
Brandywine Bridge, . $121 29
Appoquinimink B.&Causcray, 69 14
Bay's Bridge on Christian! ,
St. Ann's Bridge,
Inarch 3, 1827.
219 62 I
119 80 I
2327 97 i
. 94 94
. 665 91
. SI>179 69—8,104 64
«1,179 69 $ 8104 64
. 47 60
. 2310 00
Philips' Bridge, .
Balance in Treasury, March 3d, 1827,
$ 16,861 96
Balance in Treasury 2d March, 1826, $3941 38
William Vunilegril't,'on account of 1820, 660 91
Ni heini th Deluplaiti, on ac. ol 1623, 218 87
uc. of 1824, 368 85
68 !) 1
. 1019 85
William Anderson, on
Thomas Naudain, tin ac. ol 182 1,
Uiralnim S. Eves, on ac. of 1824,
James Patton, in lull, of 1824,
Robert Galbraith, in full, of do.
Alexander Porter, in full, ol do.
Yialretv Burnaby, in full, of 1826,
.i ;i:nos Robinson, in full, of do.
|......... Sl .., tl in fi|| | uf
John C. Clark, ill lull, «»1
l„| ln Clark, ill lull, ot
: \iulrcw M'Murphcy,onac. ofdo*
, U)jbi . rt Ua l bl , lith) on ac. of do.
I ' ' ,• .
Alexander Porter, on ac. ol do.
J ,[ 0 | in < ,'lark. Oil ac. of
: j HIlu , â Robinson, on ac. of —
v h ie , ß> UaVtil. Oil ac. of do.
i 1 lio.uas J. Cl it k, on ac. ot do.
Ldward G. Janvier, on uc. 01 do.
i j ob|1 DattomilS, oil ac. of
j \ tll ( rt . w R a , nH by, on ac. of do.
t Wilmington and Philadelphia Turnpike
Company, rent of Naaman's C. Bridge,
(B) Statement of tax levied in March 18*6 to
meet the expenses ot New Castle County tor the
yciir, and shewing the errors, commissions
and allowances for holding hundred elections, and
; ~ ^ .,,„1 ^ a«* f r , .he cm
i lectors ot the different hundreds, for the year lo2b,
this 3(1 day of March, 18VÎ7.
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Statement (C) shewing the balances due to and
from the county, on the 3d March, 1827.
Due the County.
Balance in the Treasury on settlement,
t | us v- per statement A,
Due from William Vaudegrift, balance
of tax, principal and interest, for the
" Robert Ogle, do.
<* N. Dclapluin, do. 1823, interest
" Thomas Naudain, do.
" W'illiatn Anderson, tlo. do.
" Abraham R. Eves, do. do.
" Robert Galbraith, do.
" Samuel M'lnlire, do.
Andrew M-Murphey, do, do.
Balance of taxes for 1826, not yet paid
over by the Collectors, pur statement
Due front the County.
Balances unpaid on Treasurer's books,
for accounts and allowances by the,
L vy Court to this date, $2,968 76
Treasurer's note in Bunk of
to E. Gilpin,
1,545 11 $8313 67
i Ditto, certificate transferred
to VV. Seal,
g 1,503 80
In favour of the County
! A "eve Castle County, ss,
1 do Certify the above and preceding pages to be
a true copy of the original remaining filed of Record.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand anti affixed the seal of said
Court, this eleventh day of April, A. D.
Clerk of the Peace,
dry GOODS, &c.
At No. 58, Market-Street,
The Subscriber has just received, and is now
opening, an extensive variety of fresh and
-Among which are
London Sup. cloths & kcrsiineros—assorted colours
West of Eng. do. do. do.
Sattinctls. drillings, yellow and blue nankeens
Valencia k Marsailles vest'gs, bombazetts bomb'ns
Red ami green baizes, yellow, red and white flannels
Ginghams, calicos, cambric and shirting muslins
Irish linens, lawns and cambric linens
Loventeens, Florences, Gros de Naples lutestring
Flag iÿ bandanna hank's, suspenders, Canton crapes
Crape shawls, Black, white and green Italian do.
Long atitl short kid gloves, beaver do.
Domestic plaids, stripes and muslins
Pittsburgh cords, fustians and drillings
Rose and point blankets
London, ingrain and domestic carpetings and rugs
Umbrellas and parasols
Leghorn and wool hats &c. &c.
The above goods were recently purchased at auc
tion, & will be sold ata very small advance for rash.
Wilmington, April 19th, 1827.
The Subscriber has just received an extensive as
sortment of Spring Goods, which he is disposed to
sell at the most reduced prices for cash, or approved
Among the varic'y of his goods
Are—Chintzes, calicoes and gmg'i.ains
Cambric, Jaconet and mull mull muslins
Grecian and Balt este stnpes
Irish linens, linen cambric and long lawn
Canton and company crapes and crape shawls
Black senshaw', lutestring, maiKuas, Bolivar's silk batises
Light coloured plain and figur'd Gros de nap
Hi Ik fla^s. M drassaml cotton Ha... I utnil kerchiefs
4-4 & 5-4 black and white silk shawls
6-4, 7-4 and 10-4 table linen, Russia Diaper and crash
10-4 counterpaint s and rug*
4-4 olceched and brown sheetings and shirtings
Dorchester and Assaupitik bed licking
Hangup and Fittsbur^h cord
Domestic plaids and stripes
Furniture and apron checks
White and coloured linen and cotton Drilling
Denmark salt in and silk stripe
Superfine bombazines, Caspian stripes and Norwich crapes
.Ï-4 and 6-4 cambric and furniture dimity
4-4, (>, 7 & b-4 merino cashmere & Lnglisli merino long &
Gros de nap gause, and cashmere handkerchiefs
; dm* and yellow nankeens
I ai carpeting, and sacking bottoms
sitting and mantua ribbons
Fi p angingsand bordering for ru'^pA^Hp
Uinbr*. I as and parasols
Steel and gilt coat buttons
I indies* Leghoij
Mens* It ghoriil
4-4 and 5-4ami*
White and coloj
tuillii.ct, Marsailles ami luniiture vestings
Lite a grass hats
pwnahurg and Russia sheeting
d cotton and silk hose
i his usual assortment of
Cloths and Kertfilwres.
Always on hand, the best quality live geese feathers.
The subvcriber tende s lus thanks to his friends and the
publiçg*.iicr.dly, for the very liberal encouragement he
lias met Willi, and hopes by keeping a good assortment niv .
filing cheap as usual, he will r 1 iinth. pul» ic's pat rouage.
gBjPy ■ Jhtse,\A\\ Vogue.
N. B. The subscriber will st-ll cioths ami kc.simeres m
particular, at a small atlv:
sons wanting cheap articles • ill fmd it to .heir advuntagi
to call at Ins store, No. 101, Wilmin,. ton, Del.
the auction price«. Fei
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
THE partnership heretolore existing under the
firm of H'iHium and Samuel M'Caulley, was dis
solved on the 1st. ol December last, by mutual
consent :—those having demands against said firm
will present them, and those indebted will please
make payment to W illiam M'Caulley, who is au
thorised to seule all business uf said firm.
Samuel M'l avllf.y,
Will continue to keep at bis old stand, near the
Brandywine Flour Mills, North side of the Bridge,
his usual general assortment of GOODS of various
descriptions, which he will sell low lor cash, accep
tances or country produce. Among them are the fol
Sugars, Teas, Mackerel, Shad, Rum, Jamaica
Spirits, Wines, Brandy, Holland Gin, Common Gin,
O. It. Whiskey, Cheese, Black Pepper, Cayenne
Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Mace, Vinegar, I obac
co, Sugars. Rappee, Moccaba and Scotch Snuff,
Rice, W inter, Summer, and Common Oil, &c.
Cloth. Cassnners. Sattinetts, Domestic Muslins,
Do. Plaids, Do. Shirtings, Do. Callicoes, Do. Checks,
Dinnis, Lindseys, Sewing Cotton, Thread, Can
ton Ik Nankeen ('rapes, Italian do. Ginghams, Cal
licos. Furniture Prints, Shirting Muslins, Irish Lin
ens, Tapes, Bobbins, Patent Lanterns, Fur and
Wool Hats, &.c.
BOOTS Sc SHOES.
Water Proof Boots, Men's strong lac'd Boots.
Boy's do. do. do. Men's strong shoes. Boy's do. do.
Men's fine shoes and pumps, Bov's fine shoes, Wo
men's Leather Boots and Shoes, Children's Leather
and Morocco Boots and Shoes, Ike.
DRUGS, PAINTS, & c .
White Lead, Verdegris, Lintseeil Oil, Litharge,
Anderson's Pills, Hooper's do. British Oil, Bate
man's Drops, Bright. Varnish, Black do. Lamp
Black, Cal. and Jalap, Appudeldock, Wormseed
Oil, Sugar of Lead, Spirits 'Turpentine, Castor Oil.
Cream Tartar, Laudanum, Paregoric, Spanish
Brown, Vermillion, Venitian Red, Black Lead, &c.
Hams, Shoulders and flitch—Pickled pork, &c.
Sweeping Brushes, White Wash Brushes, Black
ing, and Dusting do. Scrubbing Clamps, hand
Traces—Bed Cords—Plough lines—Bed Lacing
—Fishing Lines—Halters, Clothe Lines, tÿc. ÿc.
Knives and Forks, Waiters, Butt Hinges, Screws,
Sprigs, Hob-nails, Sparrow-Bills, Pud Locks, Cup
board Locks, Chest do. Trunk do. Butcher Knives,
Axes, Bolts, Nails, $-c. fyc.
CHINA GLASS AND QUEENSWAUK.
Painted C. and Saucers, Liverpool do. Edged
plates and dishes, C. C. do. Liverpool edged and ().
0. Bowls, Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Pitchers, Mugs,
Glass Pitchers, Do. Lamps, Castors, Tumblers, De
canters, Tea setts, i^c. fyc.
Coarse, ground and fine Salt.
READY MADE CLOTHES.
Men's anil Boy's Sea Grass and Jersey Straw
Hats, ij-c. i$'C.
He has just rcceivctl an assortment of seasonable
goods—Thankful for past favors, the subscriber hopes
by his attention to his business and customers, to
merit a continuance of patronage, by his friends and •
Near Brandywine Mills.
April 11, 1827.
Western Tv aw s\htv t ulio n ILine,
From Philadelphia to Baltimore via Wilming
ton and Elkton.
THE Subscribers have established a line of Pack
ets for the transportation of goods from Philadelphia
to Baltimore, by way of Wilmington and Elkton, to
leave C. Pusey and Co's. Wharf, Philadelphia, 011
3d and 6th days, (Tuesdays and Fridays) every
week, and Light street wharf, (opposite Gerard T.
Hopkins and Moore's store) Baltimore, twice a
week regularly. First rate Boats are provided,
with experienced captains. Merchants residing at
a distance t^y consigning goods to the Agents at
ton their being forwarded by
Ü* will be taken in stordH
|tlie Packest El
Jpilmington and lortttu'ded t
Mild at Elkton anil forwarded
'fijinaton, and in all respects
J receive the usual care.
It is the conclusion of the proprietors to devote
I much personal attention to the faithful conducting
I of the Western line, and having the assistance of
the must respectable and able Agents at each end
thereof, thev feel confident of succeeding in giving
satisfaction to their friends and the public.
C. PUSEY Jj- Co. Philadelphia.
GERARD r. HUP KINS MOORE,
ROWLAND \ STOCKLY,
HENRY RENNET, Elkton.
Gerard T. Hopkins and Moore, purchase and
sell grain, and other produce on commission. *
3d mo. 27
btm\> & vantWc Atunufvvctovjj.
THE Subscriber takes this opportunity tu inform
the public, that the establishment heretofore con
ducted by James Ray, Esq. together with the ac
counts connected with the business of that estab
lishment from the first of January. 1826, have pass
ed into his hands ; and that he will continue the bu
siness in all its branches, at the old stand, corner of
Tatnnll and Queen streets, near the Friends' 1 Meet
ing House, where he will manufacture, and furnish
at Philadelphia prices. Mould and Dipt CANDLES.
Fuller's Yellow and Drown SOAP, of the best qual
N. B.—The highest price given for Tallow,
Butcher's Fat, and Fat ol every description.
Hi lining! on, Nov. 14, 1826
1000 Labourers, and 200 two-horse
ON that part of the Chesapeake and Dela
ware Canal, known by the name of the Deep
Good Boarding and liberal wages
will he given, and punctual payment made
at the expiration of every month.
To Let a comfortable Brick House, in the Vil
lage oi Brandywine, with a large garden attached to
JAMES CAN BY.
Brandywine, 4?n0. 27, 1827.
The Stockholders in the Delaware Fire In
surance Company, are hereby notified, that an In
stalment of Five Dollars, on each awl every share
ol Stock by them held, is required to be paid on
the 2d day of July next, at the. Bonk of Wilmington
and B. Wine, between the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock,
P. M. to their Secretary.
By order of the Board,
Wilmington, April, 24, 1827.
DAN'L. BYRNES, Sec'y.
Three Women to work in a Paper Mill, to whom
constant employment and liberal wages will be gR'
en. Inquire of
h'ennet-Square Mill, April 27.
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