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■ »> A "i‘</ j-- ■’ \ ■ ■■-■-■■ 1. Vof.. XIX.] , FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1819. [No 5568 _.____■ ■ ■ ■■,-—____- _.*___:____..___. ■______l_:__ ■ ■ .. ■ nm-ma Sf^ight on board, and will sail in a L days, and take freight for either of the -K0ve places.on reasonable terms. Apply af,M ep W. FOWLE k Co. *°\Vhi» have for sale the cargo of the schr. Vidnr, captain Dennett, of 90 tons plaster pa”i For Freight, „ The schnr. VICTOR, burthen [about 700 bbls. 3n excellent vessel, an fwill take freight lor any easter port. Apply above._JulX 9 For Freight, rjST The good schr. THREE-SIS t©j£TERS, capt Lovell, burthen 60 * <~7ibout 4oo barrels,wilLbe ready to* to receive freight for any eastern port on application^^ LAOD&Co Who offer for sole received per said schr. 2o tons plaster ; casks lime A tew bhds molasses and AT* L. rum 15 bags filberts_July Ji_ For Freight, <551 The schr. NEWS captain Cam, 2 and schr. TOBl \S, capt Thomas burthen 8oo and 600 barrels, are both S vessels, and will take coastwise •n Hit to any port, for winch they will be readv in three or four days.—Af'p v to WM. FO\x LL & Co. July 5_. For Freight. dET The brig BROTHERS, captain XS&Seaman, will he ready for a cargo in a few days and take freight \oW‘ Ap,* dy to ABU XH AD V VIS, Central wharf, Who offers for sale, her cargo, . o >s; tnny nUister Paris. IN STORE, 2"»0 casks Thoinastou luue, in good order, juiie 22_ __ For Freight, t.££ The substantial brig JUNO, A. V^Sn.ilh, master, burthen o;»0barrels. Atn»tv lo JOH.V H. LADD & Co Mu offer for sale, landing from said ves.el, 10 hhds molasses 4 do Antigua rum 7 dt> St. Vincent do Also, just received, 40 boxes shelled almonds _ 13 do prunes June 23 For Freight, The substantial and fast sailing ^Ybrig ALERT, L Simpson, mas ffffirthJn 160 tons, or U00 blilt-two years old. She will be ready tor the re option of a cargo m four ^ “ Who has for sale the cargo of 3uid vessel, consisting of spa"? and boards. For Freight, The elegant and very fast sailing 5?£ftscbr ROSE-IN-BLOOM, James K. Alien master, burthen 760 barrels, now in complete order for the reception oi a cargo. Apply as alx)ve. June IS For Freight, 45.OC The good schr PL \NET, capt. Z Prince, carries I loo bids, is in com pile order, and will he ready tor a cargo u four days, and will take a ireight lor any eastern purl. Apply to _ _ 1 W. FOWLE & Co. Who have for sale said stlirs cargo, of 15o tons plaster paris June lo___ For Amsterdam, The ship H AZARD. Win; Crah junr master and supercargo. The principal part of her cargo, tobacco, being engaged, will commence loading in .‘'few days. One hundred hogsheads are wanted to fill up. which will be taken at a low rate—consigned ««»the master orother wi«ic at the option of the -flipper. Apj*ty to June 15 W. FOWLE &. Co. For Sale, Freight or Charter, T)ie fast sailing, N. York built Yjn^brig BLISS, capt. French, burthen 271 tons, (or rhout 25CO barrels) copper fastened an I well found, and in every re ?r»oct a first rate vessel, is now ready for the reception ot a cargo. Apply to Capt. French on board, a* Ramsay > what I, or to 6 mo U)_ THOMAS V. HUCK For Boston, Or any Eastern Part, The sebnr. RECOVER, Captain ^sL.*£- Dee ring, carries about 900 bbls. is an excellent vessel, will be ready fora car go in a few days. Apply tw"5» ^ - WILLI AM FOWLF. k Co. Who have just received, for sale, 100 ca*ks nails, assorted sizes 10 casks Zant currauts 20 casks fresh rice June 1?___ . For Sale, ,J^§L The elegant and very fast sailing ^Rw®>h>op FR ANCES, burthen 40 tons, nearly new, and in complete order.—Ap ply to T. H. II0WLA.VD 2 mo 2o For Freight. Tlie newand fast sailing brig CO .*iijfiiLUA1Bt1 S, Joseph Hunter, master, Inrtnen about 11U0 bbls and now ready t2f receive a cargo. Apply to .May \_JOHN IT. LADD k Co. Piano Fortes. TWO elegant fine toned Piano Fortes, wuh the additional kevs, tor sale by MS. KENNEDY k SON; Lemons, Sugars,* &c. jyj AN DE VILLE & LARMOL R offerfor 40 boxes fresh lemons in fine order 60 bbls l Ist’2d & 3(1 quality sugars 25 hhds West India rum 20 do. northern do. 30 hhds ) ,. . 20 I,bis ( "hiskey 4000 gallons wine and cider vinegar A tew dozen very old superior claret 60 chests gunpowder, imperial and young hyson teas, of choice qualities 36 lb real Durham mustard in leads 50 doz. London and Philadelphia do 30 boxes pepper and pimento 500 reams writing and wrapping paper 200 boxes mould and dipped candles 10,000 lb hard soap ^ And a general assortment of good wines, liquors and groceries, as usual, june 21 ; , ' Ground Allum Salt. SIXTEEN hundred bushels on board brig Bliss, from Liverpool, for sale by May 2U_LINDSAY ii HILL John fl. Ladd £$ Co. OFFER for sale, received per schooner Primrose, 5 cases mens’ and boy’s fine shoes 12 bbs mackarel 60 casks Thomastown lime may 25 _-__ 100 Dollars Reward. RAN off from my plantation on the 25th inst. a bright Mulatto Slave, named, FREDERICK, (commonly known by bis associates a9 Frederick Bmkhe.id.) He is about 25 yearsof age, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, ac tive and intelligent, stammers a little when snnken to. with a larce scar on his uuuer lip, grey eyes and curly liair, which lie ge nerally keeps cut and combed m fashion.— He had on when he lan away, brown linen trowsers and shirt, a leather apron and a checked handkerchief, red and blue, tied around his waist, a pair of New England sale shoes, no other clothing with him. 1 will give for him to be secured in any jail out of the state.of Virginia, of District ot Columbia, so that I get him again, loO dols. If taken in Washington or Georgetown *30; if in Alexandria town or county, 50 dolls, or if in any town or county in Virginia, 50 dollars, and all reasonable charge*, if de livered to me, or to the jailor of Fairfax county, who is authorised by this adver tisement. to receive him, for safe keeping, june 30 tf Wj\f. ROBINSON Liverpool Salt .Vflu.it THE cargo of the ship General Liogao, capt Westo, from Liverpool, ot 8ooo ousbels Coarse Salt, and 5oo Sacks Blown do. For sale by Juoe 25 Wt\l. FOWLE CO. Wanted to Hire. A gOOD BLACKSMITH. For one /\. well recommended liberal wages will be given. Apply at Fort Washington. April 28_ Saint Croix Sugar. TWELVE hints superfine St. Croix su gar landing this day on Ramsay’s whart, will be sold on reasonable terms there or at the warehouse ot Ttio’s Irwin. April 47 tf N. REILLY. Plaister Paris. JOHN H. LADD & Co. offer for sale, ♦ r ■ tiie cargo ot brig Domestic, of 100 • tons Plaister Fat is._may 27 Fish B iprels and Salt. * rilWELVE hundred fish barrrels, supe i JL rior quality, which will be sold low. 60<X) bushels salt, suitable for the tishe i iv'. fti.au, Cordage and cork lor seines, for sale by Feb 18 tf A. ADA .IS, Central wharf. Holland Gin, Whiskey, fy’c. I^IVE pipes pure Holland gin 85 bbls Baltimore whisky, just re ceived and for sale by SAVfL. MESSERS M1TH. Who hus n storet 5 pipes Malaga wine 2 nbds and 5 bbls country gin 80 boxes Hyde’s mould candles assort ed sizes 40 do fancy soap 80 do Spanish segars 500 reams wrapping paper 190 bottles castor oil 21 bbls tar A few casks Goshen cheese, kc. kc April 14 Notice. FIl HE firm of LAWRASON k FOWLE, A being dissolved by the death of VI r. THOMAS LAWRASON, all personshav ing claims are requested to present them for settlement; and those indebted to make paymentto WILLIAM FO*\ LE, jnne 10Surviving p rtner. Notice. TT7TLLIAM FOWLE has taken into Tv copartnership Mr HENRY DAN GKUFIELD : and the business of the late firm of LAWRASON k FOWLE will hereafter be conducted under that of june 10 WILLIAM FOWLE k Co. ’ Salt. TEN THOUSAND bushels of Liver pool coarse—Cadiz and Turk* Island salt, received per brigs Benefactor and Dove, and schnr Virginia Ann, and for sale byM. Miller & Son, or ! ian 22 T. H. HOWLAND. I A House Keeper Wanted. 4 MIDDLE aged woman, of correct mo iv ral and industrious habits, who is ca pable of taking the management of a family in the country, may hear of nn eligible si tuation on application to the printer of the Alexandria Gazette. tf_May 4 Burr Mill Stone Manufactory. THE subscriber wishes to inform his friends and the public, that he has opened his Burr Mill Stone Manufactoiy, at the upperend of King-street, (opposite the Blacksmith and Farrier's shop, in the town of Alexandria.) where he will supply millers with French Burrs, of any size, at the shortest notice ; and will warrant them j equal, if not superior, to any in the United , ; States.— If millers will order their Wheat | Burrs before they are built, lie will build them m such a manner, as he can prove to the satisfaction of any person, that they will run, without stopor lail, for 100 years ; and if not bespoke, from 90 to 100. N. B. Prices as low as possible june 28 ROBERT GLEN*N. “Salr. EIGHT THOUSAND bushels Isle ol May salt, fit for the fisheries. Apply to JOHN DOUGLASS & Co. Or JONAH THOMPSON. March 11___ Notice, JOSEPH B. LADD has assumed the plare of his father in the firm of John H. Ladd 4* Co. JOHN H LADD, JOHM WHEELWRIGHT . May 2 JOSEPH B. LADD. —r— -— * “ Hats, Furs, 8$c. ^ O AMUEL D HARPER has just receiv k 'O ed on cominiisiun, at hi* store on King street, 41 t_ /! A n/1 tin XAUIIUOM’UII O UlOl) ovwuv* .uiim quality beaver bats Gentlemen's common «lo Ladies’ l)lack beaver do Do brown do do Children’s fancy hats Servants’ glazed do Black and brown feathers ALSO, First and second quality beaver Ca/nel hair Raccoon skins. All of which will be s«)d on reasonable terms. tf _March 4 Look Here. 4 LL classes of citizens concerned for /jL the welfare of their posterity and the community at large, are informed tli ;t th^re has just been published an ornamental sheet, entitled an Antidole for Duelling; containing the folly and wickedness of that practice, in forcible and energetic lan guage; mostly selected from the sacred scriptures. They arc to be had at the book stores of Messrs. Davis <$- Force al ash ingtnn, and at the diff< rent book-stores in ' b'X.in V M rrl) t.fJ Sbn^iisjli CJ tjrlii ik*.»Ii .*» iiiuioCS For 1819, f ^[TITH a large and general stock of * ▼ school books and stationary, suitable for the country trade, for sale by Oct a JOHN A. STEWART. Was Com milted fpOthe jail tor the countyof Alexandria I on the 28th ult. as a runaway, a mulat to man,who calls himsel JERRY MORE, and •'ays he is free horn, and that he served his time with a Mr Francis White, living on Big Capon, Hampshire co. Va. at Cold Stream Mills, and that he is recorded as a free man in the cleak’s office, at Romney, Va. Said mulatto man is about 23 years of agf, f> fe**t high, stout and well made, has Inert tllu Arc! loin t nl' the hire fintrer on his 1 left hand. The owner is desired tocome prove pro perty, pay charges, and take him away, other a ise,he will be disposed of as the law directs. AXDW. ROUNSAVELL. Jailor N otice, ; To Wheelwrights, Blacksmiths, Tanners. Harness-Makers, Saddlers. Hatters, ifC. Believing as i do, that Rkovidence. at Fairfax Court-House, would be a : suitable Htuatibn for mechanics ol the above description, I offer to such, lots in that vil lage for sale, on ground rent forever—will build and furnish suitable houses and rent to them, or furnish brick to them to build with ; and invite any who feel disposed to settle there, for the purpose of carrying on their respective trades to advantage, to come and view the situation. It is a very public place, the centre of the county, , where the superior and county courts are j held The Little River Turnpike Road pas-rs through this little town irom Alex andria westward, and where all th public meetings for the county, 4*c. are held ; and wht-Je trades'of the aforesaid description being carried on, would meet with great • eiro'.ragement, and be a public conve* ; nienn-to the country around. No situation \ can be more healthy—j?ood water. and fire i wood cheap. Mechanics ol the above des- < cription must generally depend on the j country people, farmers, &.c. to be their customers. Here they iroujAbe in a con- j venient situation for all tiflppurpo$es. I invite a call, and view for Themselves. I would also furnish lots adjacent, from one to five acres each, for cultivation, pasture. &c. on moderate terms; all ef which can be shown, and terms made known, <>n ap plication lo RICH’D. RATCUFFE, Fairfax Court-House. Vjr. * Fifty Dolltus Reward. RAN away from the subscriber living - in King George’s county Va. on Mon day the 22nd March, a yeliovi man named JAMES, about 22 years of age, his tore teeth wide apart, and cannot speak very quick—bad on Virginia cloth clothes and carried off a shaggy great coat, he has a la ther named Peter Hall, vvho'-liyes with the widow Morgan, at Oak Hill, Fauquier Co. and his grandfather,old Frederick Hall, is supposed to be living at Air. Terrett’s near Alexandria, and it is likely he may be lurk ing about there. I will give the above re ward for apprehending and securing said fellow so that I get him again, and reasona ble charges if brought home. J. H. WASHINGTON. A1asters of vessels and others are fore warned against harboring or carrying off said fellow. June 14 _tf_ Cotton Twist. Aqdan*ityof Cotton Twist, of assort ed numbers, ^nd from an approved manufactory, (all throstle,') for sale by tl THOMAS V. HUCK. 4 mo 25th Notice. PROPOSALS will be received at Fort Washington until the 20th fust, for sup plying the troops with fresh l»eef twice a week for the ensuing year. The price will be stated per pound. FELIX ANSART, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence. Fort u ashington. June 3 Pickling Viiicgtir. 1HAVE at my Vinegar Yard on Fairfax . street, opposite the first Presbyterian Church, a large quantity of Very choice Cider Vinegar, which 1 will warrant—And which I will <*pll bv flip It^nel at rent* ner Fallon. and by the single gallon at 33 cents. Attendance will be given from 9 in the morning until 5 i i llie evening, june 21_JNO. T. BROOKS, The Public CAN at all times be supplied, on the very best term*, with checks and bills at sight, and short dates to suit their con* venience, on Baltimore, I New-York, Philadelphia, | Boston. Apply at my Exchange Banking House, Bridge street, Georgetown, where the lair and most reasonable exchange can be had on bank notes from al! parts oft lie United States. ROMULUS RIGGS. Fabruary 22 Aromatic Snuff, For Catarrh Headache. THIS Snuff, as celebrated for its agree ble fragrance as for its efficacy in the cure of recent catarrh and slow nervous headache, is used and approved by the pre sent professor of eheinistry in the universi ty of Cambridge, Mass, and by some of the most respectable gentlemen of the faculty in the United States—It is also particular ly recommended by Dr Waterhouse, late professor of the theory and practice of phy sic, m the above seminary—whose certifi cate accompanies each bottle.—-Sold by JAMES KENNEDV & SON, . Sept 24 Sole Agent* for Alexandria w "as Committed TO the jail lor Alexandria county, as a runaway, on 21st inst. a i.egro man, who calls himself HENRY JFiLLlAivI SON, alias JACOB ROBINSON. The said negro is about 25 years of age, and about 5 feet six inches high, of a yellow prtmnloTimi' lip hart fm a hint* rntton laoket. and linen trowsprs. B’hen committed, be said he whs the property ot Mr. Elliot, of Baltimore, but now says he is the property of a Mr. Tyson, of the same place, and that he will be entitled to his freedom in a short time. The owner is requested to come for ward and prove property, pay charges and take him array, otherwise he will De dis posed of as the law directs. AN Off ROUNSAVFXL. Fifty Dollars Reward. RAN away on the 28th of April, from the farm of the subscriber, in Dogue Neck, Fairfax Co. Virginia, negro HAR RY, aged about twenty three years, about five feet ten inches high, very black, well built, has a considerable impediment in his speech, when spoken to evinces much con fusion, and replies almost unintelligibly : had on w hen lie left home, 3 much worn suit of domestic cloth I have every reason to believe that he is endeavoring to pass fora free man. and a9 such went off in some of the bay craft during the late fishing season. All masteil of vessels are forewarned from harboring or taking into their employ said negro, under penalty of having the law ri gidly enforced against them, 1 will give twenty dollars, if taken in the coutily of Fairfax, or district of Columbia ; if be yond that distance* the above reward, pro vided he is secured in jail so that! get him again. WILLIAM MASON. ' Charles County, Md. June 1. The editors of the National Intelligen cerand Baltimore Federal Gazette will in sert the above until forbid, and send their accounts to Port Tobacco for payment. June 11 tj iOO Dollars Beward. % IS known to have been kidnapped froia a field near Germantown, between the hours of 12 and 2 o’clock, on the 30th ult; ' whilst at work alone, a Fret Black Mailt named HENRY HUDSON, aged b«twee(i 21 and 22 years, of the height of five feet ; five inches, very black complexion and , dark eyes, has a scar under nis left arm; 1 between the Wrist and elbow, occasioned by the cut of an axe. He is hy occupation a farmer, a native of Kent county, in the state of Delaware; had on a blue cloth roundabbut jacket, old black silk vest, corded velvet pantaloon*; and a wool lint. „ He is a very civil, inoffensive man, willbl rathfer a down look. There is reason td suppose that he was decoyed into a car rhge, and conveyed southward. Any information respecting him Will btf thankfully received. Keepers of (umpikd gates, toll bridges, and taverns, are par* ticularly requested to give such information as may be in their power. The above reward will be cheerfully paid on conviction of the perpetrators of this flagrant outrage upon the rights of * freeborn citizen of the United States. REUBEN HAINES. I No. 300, Chesriut-street, Philadelphia : April 24 Blown Stilt JUST RECEIVED, 100 sacks fine salt, large size (Liverpool fill’d) for sale by | June 2G LINDSAY & HILL. . For Sole, AN excellent cook. He will be sold td a resident of the District—is a first rate servant. For further particulars api ply to the printer. 6w june 9 | 11 William Devjiugn, Hair Dresser and H ig Maker, RETURNS I,IS thanks to the public (bf their past favors, and hopfes a routo* Iluaii' r. ui uir Ortllic uj ms amt( d(IfilIIOI) 10 business. having made arrangements Idf making wigs and sc«>tpe,a»d all other work in the hair liru*, at ret uced prices I will give the highest price for long haif. May 14 1 '■■■■" 1 . • 4i Lund Warrants, FOR services in the revolutionary wai*j in the Virginia line on continental es tablishment. Owners of, and those entitled (being all who staved three years and upwards,] W warrants olthe above description, are in formed that, under the authority of a law ol the United States, locations will, on the 4th day of July next, be permiited to be made on some valuable lands on the Scioto river, and the head waters of the Great Miami ri ver—And as it will be the last opportunity to acauire good land, owners ol warrants will do well not to neglect it. Any warranty forwarded to the subscri ber, w ill be located on such land as b< may suppose most likelv to please hi* employ ers. CADWALLADER WALLACE. Chillicothe, (f uio) April 15 lilt* ■-—- ^ ■ For Sale or Lease, fFHE following tracts of land in Charles -L county, Maryland ; one lying on the Potomac, at the mouth ol Pomonkey Creek, containing three hundred and forty acres, about 10 miles from Alexandria, the lar ger portion level land, of a stiff soil, well ; adapted to the cultivation of corn, wheat | and tobacco, and equal in fertility to any in the neighborhood. On this farm is one ol the most elegant sites for building of all those fine heights which border the Poto mac. commanding the most extensive view of the adjacent country, both in Virginia , and Maryland, for more than twenty miles | up and down the river: located in a gen teel neighborhood,it Would make an agree able residence, and Irom its proximity to market, with the advantage ot the best na vigation, an extremely, profitable farm.— The tenant’s houses would accommodate the negroes, for its cultivation. A Tract, about one mile back from the former, containing 334 acres, a large por* tion in wood, vv hite and red oak, and some cbesnut; the remainder a tenement in t£ lerauie repair, me wnoie a nign sun so if, similar to the one above mentioned. A Tract, lying at the mouth of Matta woman Creek, about 26 miles from Alex andria, the whole first rate flat river land* now completely enclosed.—On this tract is a noted fishery, called hum Point, at which there has been cleared upwards of two thousand dollars per annum, and where independent of the fish sold on the shore,, there might be put up from one to twfc ** thousand barrels every season ; beside# the profile of the fishery, th* advantage of manuring the farm with the offal of the shore, the whole, with a small portion of industry, might be made to produce ten barrels of com per acre. On tbe’shore, are a dwelling house, houses for holding salt, and curing any quantity of fisb, and for the accommodatiorvof binds. A Tract, lying about H miles fro® the . last mentioned, containing 236 acre#, more than 200 of which are in wood, and would cut Irom 26 to 3o cords per acre* within one mile of the river, where wood has rarely sold for less than five dollars per cord. It will be di /ided into 60 or 26 acre lots, to suit purchasers.—If preferred, the wood will be sold standing, for ao much per acre. Ifnot disposed of, previous to the first day of Sept, .ext, the above mentioned arable lands, will be leased out, upon ad vantageous terms, for five or seven years, at the option oftbe lessees. Application to be made to the Subscri ber, residing near the head of Mattawo man Creek, Charles county. Maryland. junt 25 d4vr G. MASOUf.