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BOAS3ÎÏKG-SCKOOI.,
At IFilmington, Delaware, conducted by Willi
am Shkkkr, with the assistance of accom
plished female Teachers.
TME course of instruction pursued at this Sem
all the useful, and most of the orna
The daily
.uary comprise
mental, branches of female education,
exercises are Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arith
metic, English Grammar, Rhetoric, Geography, and
History, ancient and modern, with constant refer
ence to the best maps and charts; Construction of
Maps; Use of the Globes;Natural History; Natural
Philosophy, including Astronomy and Chemistry;
Elements of Moral Science.
Biblical Recitations:Evi
dences of Christianity; Letter Writing, and other
species of Composition; Recapitulations.
TERMS.—Board, and Tuition in any of
going branches, 8X2.51) per quarter;
advance, 830. Music including the u
812. French, by one of the liest masters, g(i per
Moderate extra charges for Drawing and
Wef.kly Exeiicisi
fuie forç
or if paid in
; of a Piano.
quarter,
other ornamental branches.
Tlie discipline of the School is mild, parental and
Christian. Particular attention is paid tint only to
the manners of the young ladies but to their moral
and religious instruction. They are regularly
ducted tosucli places of worship and Sunday Schools,
as their parents or guardians approve
and recreation being essential to the pn
health and of mental energy, occupy the intervals ot
time not devoted to study. The institution, in all
its departments, is conducted in a manner which,
it is Imped, will meet the entire approbation of its
patrons.
References. —Wilmington—Rev. E. V> • Gilbert ;
Hon. Willard Hall; Hon. Louis M'Lane: Philadel
phia—Rev. Dr. Wilson; Rev. Dr. .faneway; Mr.
William Janvier, Merchant: James G. Thompson.
Esq. Professor* of L anguages, University of Penn
sylvania.
March 6
COB
I'jxernse
ervation of
ltf
Tliomas A. Stcrrctt,
HAS REMOVED TO
— No. 10, Uioh-Street,
Where may be. had—Fine Plug, Pigtail. \ irgini.i
Twist, raid sweet scented Cavendish
TOBACCO :
Spanish, Half-Spanish and American
SEGARS;
Scotch, Rappee, anil Macouba
SNUFFS.
Inc Subscriber offers the above article*, at hi* A. re
store, (to whirl' he. has just removed ) .Vo. lri. High
Street, 4 doors from Air William Larkin's and next
door to Mr. .lames Frown's Grocery Stores. His
goods are of the first quality,—while he ret m ns thanks
for past favors, he hopes by keeping ft constant supply
of articles in his line, a nd vu remitted, attention to
serve and please his customers, l
of their favors.
merit a continuation
THOMAS A. STERRETT.
:t-tf
Wilmin*; ob, April 30. 1827
Silk dying & Scouring.
JAMES SMITH carries on the above business
In its various branches, at No 1UO, Sldpley-itreet, a
Gw doors above the upper Market ; and hopes to mu
tilate to give satisfaction to alt who may J'uvur him
with their custom.
fYilmington, May 3, 1827.
House and Sign Puintin
GLAZING AND I'Al'ER HANGING
The subscriber tenders his thanks to his friends
and customers for the encouragement he has receiv
ed in his business fur fifteen years past, and begs
leave to inform them and tlie public generally, that
he still carries it. on in its various branches : and
hopes from his skill and long experience, together
with the aid of excellent workmen, not onlv to con
tinue to give satisfaction to old customers, but to
obtain new ones. The subscriber is determined to
make every reasonable exertion to execute with
neatness and dispatch a!! work committed to him,
and do it on reasonable terms. Apply at No.-
King street, between Broad and Hanover streets,
where orders will be thankfully received, and punc
tually attended to. BENJAMIN FRF.DD.
Wilmington, May 18.
Mount Harmonia Academy.
The Rev. Francis A. Latta, with the assistance of
t;i approved Teacher, has opened an ACADEMY,
where the usual branche-, of literature will be tuugli! in
the most accurate and critical manner. Lessons will
also be given in the Hebrew, to those who wish to
acquire a knowledge of that language. The annual
charge will not exceed one hundred dollars
Drumore township Lane. Co. Penn.
April 20, 1827
BOOK aTbâtstokïl
JOSEPH SCOTT, No. 93, Market-Street,
Between Messrs. Larkin ami I.nmburn's Grocery
Stores. II liming ton,
leave to inform his friends and the public
generally, that he has just, received a full supply of
Plain and Fashionable. Hats from the Manufactory
ot rhomas Ebnes, No. UIO,Market-St. Philadelphia,
which are warranted to be equal in point of Colour
and Quality in any hats manufactured in the coun
try—such as is believed will give perfect satisfaction
to the wearer— I hey will be disposed of at Philadel
phia prices.
J. S. has always ns hand, for sale, a large stock
of School and other Books, in p\ai n am | fancy bind
ing ; together with a good asset t ment of Stationary
—Blank Books. Paper, Slates, Nr. N c . ail of which
he will sell at City prices.
N. B. Blank and other Books ruled an ! bound to
order.—
business.
May 21, 1827
Printing
6
4—4/
(r
o'
8—4t
•3m
1
Be
An apprentice wanted to the book-binding
9-4w4t
Of ALI, KINDS DONK WITH NEATNESS
AND DESPATCH, AT THE OFFICE OF THE JOURNAL.
I DIIY GOODS, Ac.
OBSERVE.
At No. 58, Market-Street,
The Subscriber has just received, and is note
opening, an extensive variety of fresh and
seasonable
MIN (iOöl>S-,
Among which arc
London Sup. cloths & kersitnen
West of Eng. do. do.
Sattinetts. drillings, yellow and blue nankeens
Valencia «y Marsailles vest'gs, Uumbuzctts .y bomb'ns
Red and green baizes, yellow, red and white flannels
Ginghams, calicos, cambric ami shirting muslins
Irish linens, lawns and cambric linens
I.eventeens, Florences, Gros tie Naples lutestring
Flag A - bandanna hank's, suspenders, Canton crapes
Crape shawls, Black, white and green Italian do.
Long and 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 he sold at a very small advance lor cash.
JOHN M'LEAR.
—assorted colours
do
1—3 m
Wilmington, April 19th, 1327.
BUZBV U BASSETT,
No. (V-2, Mfwkct-ftt. Wilmington.
Have just received an extensive assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods ;
—Among which are—
Furniture and plain chintzes,
Calicoes, ginghams and robea,
id baptiste stripes,
Cambric, Jaconet and mull mull muslins,
Plain swiss, book and figured
Long lawn linen and imitation cambric,
Linen cambric and book muslin hunkerchiefs
Black leventineand other silks,
Bombazines and Norwich crapes,
Mangled and other Bengalis,
Cotton, u listed and stlk hosiery,
Men's marble and unbleached do.
Bandanns, dag and black s ;: k h tikis
Biack and light Nankeen company crape h. crape shawls.
Fancy gauze and large silk do. #
Black plain and twiled bombazetts,
M .rsuiiles, Valencia and silk vesting,
7-3. 4-4 superfine Irish linens,
Russia diapers, table linen and sheetings,
SuspeiK
Blue, yellow and white nankeens
6-4 dimities and jeans,
Braids, sewing cotton, thread and buttons,
horn and t ea grass hats,
Cinbrelhts and parasols,
Tortoise shell and imitation combs,
Blue, black, olive, brown k drab cloths k cassimers,
Lmseys and sattineis,
Yellow, red, white and gauze flannels,
Rose and point blankets.
Baizes and floorcloths,
Ausnaburg and Russia duck.
Tow linens and porter shirting
Together with their usual assortment of domestic checks,
plaids, and stripes. Also, brown and bleached shirtings
and sheetings of various descriptions, all of which thev of
5-*<
Grec;;
do.
tapes, fringe an.l carpet bin dog
1er at reduced prices.
SFRma GOODS.
The Subscriber lias just received an extensive as
sortment of Spring Goods, which he is disposed to
sell at tlie most reduced prices for cash, or approved
credit—
a
to
to
of
in
to
of
to
Among the variety of his goods
Are—Chintzes, calicoes and ginghams
Cambric, Jaconet and mull mull muslins
Grecian and Butteste stripes
Irish linens, linen cambric and long- lawn
Canton and company crapes and crape shawls
Mack senshaw, lutestring 1 , maniuas, llolivat's silk batises
Light coloured plain and figur'd Gros de nap ditto
bdk tlugs, M drassand cotton Hag handkerchiefs
44 k
6 4,7
black and white silk shawls
4 and 10-4 table linen, Russia Diaper and crash
10*4 counterpaiui s and rugs
4-4 oleeched and hr
Dorchester
•wn sheetings and shirtings
..pink bed ticking
A:
Hangup and Pittsburgh cord
siic plaids and stripes
Furniture and a;.
White and coloured linen and cotton Drilling
Denmark sultni and .iilk stripe do.
Superfine bombazines, Caspian stripes and Norwich crapes
3- 4 ami 6-4 cambric and furniture xlinnty
Valencia, toiliinct, Mars,»files and Florentine vestings
4- 1-, , 7 fcc 8-4 merino cashmere k Lngiish merino long Sc
square shawls
Gros de nap gau
Mue and yellow
Ingrain carpeting, and sacking bottoms
Mtyuderts, .sattms and niantua ribbons
Paper hangings and bordering for loom:.
Umbrellas and parasols
Steel and giit coat buttons
Suspended, tapes and carpet binding
Ladies' Leghorn hats and flats
Mens' leghorn and sea grass hats
Porter sheetings, Ausnaburg and Russia sheeting
4-4 and >-4 and 6-4 oil cloths
White and coloured cotton and silk hose
With his usual assortment of
I).
check-«
ud cashmere handkerchiefs
keens
Uloths and Kcrsimeres.
ALSO
Always on hand, the best quality live geese feathers.
'The mi iscriber tenders his thanks to his friends and the
public generally, for the very liberal encouragement lie
lias met with, and hopes by keeping a good assortment and
selling cheap ;
usual, lie will retain the public's patronage.
Josenih Togue.
N. II. The subscriber will sell cloths and kersimeres in
particular, at a small advance from the auction prices. Per
sons wanting cheap articles will find it to their advantage
to call at lus store, No. lui, Wilmington, Del.
1—3m
To the Democratic Republican s of
NEW CASTLE COUNTY :
THF. undersigned is induced by the solicitations
of manv of his friends, to oiler himself to your con
sideration as a Candidate for the Office of CORO
NER. at the next Election. He flatters himself
that his long acquaintance with public business of a
nature similar to the duties of that office, would en
able him (if successful.) to discharge those duties
with credit to himself and benefit to the Public.
Very Respectfully, vuurs, &c.
'HENRY FINING.
1—tf.
New Castle, March t, 1527.
Western Transymrtaiion L\tte t
from Philadelphia to Baltimore via Wilming
ton and Elktnn.
THE Subscribers bave established a line ol Pack
ets for the transportation of goods from Philadelphia
to Baltimore, by way of Wilmington and Elktnn, to
leave C. Pusey and'Co's. Wharf, Philadelphia,
f,d and Oth days. (Tuesdays and Fridays) every
•■ek, and Light street wharf, (opposite Gerard T.
Hopkins and Moore's store) Baltimore,
week regularly. First rate Boats are provided,
with experienced captains. Merchants residing at
a distance by consigning goods to the Agents at
either end, may rely on their being forwarded by
the first Packet'. Goods will be taken in store at
Wilmington ami forwarded to the Packet at Elktnn :
and at Elktnn ami forwarded to the Packet at Wil
mington, and in all respects the local business will
receive 1 lie usual care.
It. is the conclusion of the proprietors to devote
much personal attention to the faithful conducting
of the Western line, and having the assistance of
the most respectable and able Agents at eacli end
thereof, thee feel confident of succeeding in giving
satisfaction to their friends and the public.
C. PUSEY A - Co. Philadelphia.
GERARD T. HOPKINS A MOORE,
Baltimore. Agents.
ROWLAND A- STOCKLY,
Wilmington.
HENRY BEN NET, Elktnn.
Proprietors.
Gerard T. Hopkins and Moore, purchase and
sell grain, and other produce on commission.
3fl mo. 27,
on
\\
twice a
1—3 m.
Soap & Vtmàle AlamxïaeVor'S .
THE Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform
the public, that the establishment heretofore con
ducted bv James Ray, Esq. together with the ac
counts connected with the business of that estab
lishment from tlie first of January, 1820, have pass
ed into his hands ; and that he will continue ihe bu
siness in all its branches, at the old stand, corner of
Tat nail and Queen streets, near the Friends' Meet
ing House, where he will manufacture, and furnish
at Philadelphia prices. Mould and Dipt CANDLES,
Fuller's Yellow and Brown SOAP, of the best qual
ity.
ENOCH ROBERTS.
N. B.—The highest price given for Tallow,
Butcher's Fat, and Fat of every description.
IFilmington, Nov. 14, 1820
1—3m
CHARLES G. DENNY
CURRIER,
No. 17, West Front Street,
Shipley &. Orange,
Keeps on hand a general assortment of
LEATHER.
Finished in the best manner suitable for
SHOE, COACH AND HARNESS MAKERS,
Which he öfters nil reasonable terms.
Wilmington, May 11, 1827.
BETWEEN
0—tf
TWENTY JOURNEYMEN SHOEMAKERS
Will find constant employment, at Nos 98, ip 100,
Ma rket-slrect, Wil minston.
V. M'NEAL 4* SON.
May 17.
8-//
•i\*ew Grocery.
HUGH M'DE VITT begs leave, to inform his
Friends and the Public, that he has opened a good
assortment of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, FRUIT
Qe.SfC. at No. 101, Shipley-st. 4 doors above tlie
upper Market-house: where 'goods of thefirst quality
may always be bad, and on the most satisfactory
terms.
May A. 1827.
4—-4/
SADDLERY.
TIIE Subscriber, respectfully informs his
friends anti the public generally, that he
hits removed to
No. 66, MARKET-STREET, WILMINGTON,
Opposite his Old Stand, and next-door above Ma
jor General J. Wolfe's Lafayette Hotel ; where he
keeps on hand a good assortment of
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, &c. &c.
He also does all manner of repairs on the short
est notice, on reasonable terms. Grateful to his
friends for past favors, the subscriber, respectfully
solicits a continuation of their custom.
STEPHEN RODDY.
May 31.
12—it
JUST RECEIVED
And for sale at R. Porter and Son's, No. 97, Mar
ket-Street,
Elegant pocket hooks, great variety.
Self-pointing and variety of other silver case and
plam black lead pencils.
Rice paper—Edging and point gold paper—
bossed paper, Bristol board and draw ing paper.
Sun-glasses and razor boxes and strops.
Paints in boxes, and separate, including carmine.
A fresh supply of Books, writing, wrapping and
ironmongers' paper.
The above articles—chiefly purchased at Auc
tion, and at very reduced prices, are offered'rheap,
many of them at less than half price.
t in -
12 - 4 t
THE Annual Convention of the Protestant Epis
copal Church, of the Diooess of Delaware, will be
held at Dover, on the second Saturday of June next,
(ninth) at ten o'clock, A. M. ; at which time and
place the representatives of the Churches belonging
to said diocess are requested to attend.
VUGUSTUS M. SCHEE, Scc'y.
- 1827.
Dover, May
12—3t

BOOKS fit rAîffCÏ ARTICLES
ll©0
For sale at R. PORTER & SON'S Dook Stott,
No. 97, Market-Street a general assortment 0 j
HOOK'S, in elegant gilt binding and plain ,
STATIONARY, FANCY ARTICLES, ^
<Jj 'c. tj*c. at reduced prices : among which are
ramily ami Porkc t Bibles
Walkur'.i Diotioimpy
Ainsworth's Lulin uo.
Virgil Delpiiini
Horace do.
(Week Lexicons
Do. Testaments
Webstei's Spelling Rni)k<
lisli Headers
I
lut i nduction«
Sequels
Murray's Grammars
Cn mly's
(':u dell's
Green leaf's do
Jack liai Kurd
do.
ilt,.
Paul ami Amicus
l!i, Hin'., Ancient History
Spectator
Morses* Arrer'n. Revolution
llotlon
Giimm
Play fai
Villa*.
Josephus
Lee's Campaifttm
's Works
do*
Harts ot Steel
Highlanders
Randolph
Suinir's Expedition
Franck
Hi d gauntlet
Throe Spaniards
: Mathematical Instruments
Scales r.nd Dividers
Penknives
Scissors
Gold and silver Pens
Pocket Books
s Mathematics
\ Sun eying
Kuclid
p
V
l
ons
ïeri
)
ii
I ! VI
Burns'
Scottish Clocls
Gil lihis
Testaments, plain am! gilt
Psalms & Hymns do. <lo.
a
" indsor .< Fancy soap
Sealing Wax
Hawkins' I lea to the Crown I Office Waters
Grimsllaw's U. States
England
Adams' Geography tx Atlass
Worcester's do.
Cummins'
Smiley's
Bennet's Arithmetics
Jess'
Pike's
I.ewis'
bo Algebra
Bonnvca .tie's do
Do. Mensuration
Comly's spelling Books
Morses' Gazette!'
Common Pray er Rook
*n do.
Com
I Bulud, writing k letter pap«
Paint Boxes
Do. do.
do.
Camels Hair Pencils
Black Lead do.
Visiting Cards
Shaving Boxes and Brush?*
Razor straps
1 Pocket Ivory Combs .
Durable Ink,
Inkstands
j Slates
Do. Pencils
I Parchment, fine quality, fre
do.
do.
.to,
do
do.
do.
do
Copy and Cyphering, Memorandum and Receipt
Books, Ike.
White and Blue Bonnet Board«.
Day Books and Ledgers.
Writing paper, hot pressed, gill, A - c.
Wraping
Letter, do.
Magistrates' and other Blanks.
do.
do.
Great variety, from 25 to 00 cents per peice.
BLAKK EÖOKS,
Ofevery size, made to any pattern, elegant du
rable and cheap, suitable fur Banks, PubliixJüflice*
Merchants, Ike.
R. Porter Sç Son, having laid in a fresh anil
extensive stock of goods in their line, at very rexluc
ed prices, will be enabled to supply them wholesale
and retail, at Philadelphia prices generally.
TU ALL TEACHERS AND PARENTS
V E" SCHOOL liu ks, and improved edit.«ns, jin'
■4'* published and lur sale by JOHN ..RIGG, ÎSo. 9. X
Foin til street, Tiqiadeljihia, anil tor sale by uooksllers au,
country merchants generally.
Toney's Tinner, or First Hook for Children.
Torrey's Spelling Rook,
1 have examined Hr. J. Torrey's 'Familiar Spelling Bouk
I think it a great improvement in the primitive, and no lei
important .manches of education,
second Book for Children
id shall introduce i
into the Seminaries under my care, as one superior to an;
which has yet appeared.
Fe ivuary 2nd, iH-6. 1HA HILL, A. M.
A Pleasing Companion for little Gins and Boys, blendmj
instruction with amusement ; being a selection of interest
ing stories, dialogues, tables,and poetry. Designed fertile
use of primary schools Sc domestic nurseries. By Jesse Tor
rev, Jr. ITeterred generally to Murray's Introduction, aril
works of that class. Torrey's Moral Instructor, and GuiJe
to Virtue—This work is getting to he generally adopted
in schools and academics, in place of Murray's Reader and
works ofthat class.
Smiley's Geography and Atlas, and Sacred and Ancient
Geography for schools. Tne increasing demand for tlie*
hooks, IS the best evidence of their value as elemental}'
works. Smdey's Arithmetic, or the New Federal Calcul«
tor m dollars and cents. Tins work contains, among utiiei
important improvements, Guettions on the rules and theory
ol Arithmetic, which are considered by teachers generali,
very conducive to the improvement ol thd pupil
The sums being altogether in dollars and cents, will give
it a decided preference over any otuei arithmetic in use,
'Tile future editions will be found very correct.
A lic-y to the above Arithmetic, in which all tile Exam
ples necessary lor a learner
rought at large, and aisc
solutions given for all the various rules. Designedprinci
pally to facilitate the labor ot teachers, and assRsy such
have not tlie opportunity of a tutor's aid Jdy T. T. Smilev,
author of the New Federal Calculator, &c.
The United States Speaker» Compiled by T. T. Smiley
—preferred generally to the Columbian Orator and Scott's
Lessons, and works of that kind, by teachers who have ex
amined it.
e u
a 1
Grinishaw'a History of the United States.—Also, ques
tions adapted to die above Ilislorv, and a Key adapted
the questions, for tlie use of teachers. r
quel
Goldsmith's England improved by Grimshaw, with
tu ms and u key.
Goldsmith's History of Greece, improved by Grimshaw,
witli a Vocabulary of the proper names contained in the
work and the prosodial accents, in conilbrnuty with tlie pro
nunciation of Lellipricre—Willi questions mid a Key as
above. J *
Goldsmith's History of Home improved bv Grimshaw,
with Vocabulary, &c. mid questions and key, &c. as above!
Teachers generally, who bave examined Grimsbaw'«
IJistoiy ot the United Stales, anil tlie improved editions ol
Goldsmith's England, Greece, and Home, having iriven them
a decided preference tu any other histories in use as School
Books—and any person who will examine them will finds
bout 100U errurs in eacli corrected ; and Teachers orderinV
these works will do well to say, ' Grunsliaw's improved
Edition.' T
An Etymological Dictionary, ur Analysis of the English
Language, containing the Kadicalsand Definitions of Words
derived from the Greek, Latin, and French languages, a..d
all the generally used technical and polite phrases udop'ei!
from tlie French and Latin lly William Grunsliaw, autli
of the United States, England, Stc.
The second edition
JO
s greatly improved, and will be
found a very valuable class book for academies and schools
Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in which tlie ele*
ments of that science are familiarly explained ; illustrated
with plates. By the author of * Conversations on Chemis
try, ike. With considérable aduitions, corrections, and im
provements in the body of the work* appropriate question*
and a glossary. By Dr. Thomas P. Jones, professor of me
chaînes in the Franklin Institute of the state of Pennsyl
vania.
Lives of Marion ami Washington', by Weems,
With ageneral and extensive assortment of all the school
books in general use; all of which will be sold on the most
reasonable terms.
*«* 'Teachers are particularly requested to examine the
above school Dooks. Apt- il 12tl, 1827.
(E? H. Porter ti Son keep all the above Books for
Sale at the Publishers price

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