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I^MARINE JOURNAL. Ss!l POUT OF ALEXANDRIA.. .Nmember 12. arrived, Schr. Independence, Hawkins, 12 days 'jrom Philadelphia, with a full freight mer- i ci».ine,ze’ to sundry person* of the district. Sloop Lady Washington, Lynnburn, 4 days from Norfolk ; ballast, to the master. CLEARED, Ship Young Hero, Wilson, City Point. Stnr. Caravan, Hawes, Halifax, N. S. _Va unt, Evans, Maries’ Bay. _ Independence, Hawkins, Georget'n. letter Bag at the Exchange Cqffee-House, Bug Biiss, capt. French, for Cowes. Cheap School Books. JEST received by JAMES KENNEDY a; bON, a large and general assortment cf English school books, worthy the atten tion oi parents and scholars ; w hich will be t at reduced prices for cash tf nov 13 Blank Books and Stationary J Articles. I'ST received and for sale by JAMES KENNEDY &. SON, A complete assortment of ledgers, jour- j nais and day books; letter, invoice, bank an i mem. books of every size and variety, feiut fined and plain Record book* of every description, feint lined and plain ioO iius I. cap writing paper, No. 1,2 k 3 Kiu do s. tine qto post, gilt, colored, hot pressed and plain, of the manufacture of Mutihews, Amies, and D. Ames Bfiiisti and American toiio post D»i\> quarto gilt and mourning do dogrote bonnet boards, white and blue Supertin*, hoi pressed playing cards, white and figured back* A \ery large assortment oi the best qu l:s, iokpowdrr British and American,.Mack o.ad peuciis i crayons, camels’ bair do, iie< vt s's water coiors in boxe- and singly, genuine India ink, British drawing paper oi al. sizes, inkstauds of all the various kinds; blank mil visiting cards, plain, gill and military em boshed, chess lueu, bone and ivor>, back gan nion and chess boards, slates aim pencils of .it sizes, lad>eV aud gc ntienn n's eleguiit | morocco pocket book* with auu without in struments, morocco |»ur*«s, thread cast* and wallets, penkmve* of superior quality, sliver pern il case* and thimbles, port folios and wr tmg desks ; an assortment oi low priced ■ paper hangings of new patterns, box boards! band boxes assorted, ac. &c. ORDERS FOR BLANK BOOKS, riled to particular patterns, executed with neatness and dispatch. (lit nov .12 New Publications Jlni other valuable Hooks J UST received and for sale by JA.MKS KENNEDY 4* SOM, Complete sits ot the Sketch Book, by Get rtry Crayton, gent. Do Salmagundi, new series Berihgtou's lives ot Abethard & Heloise Daw wood Hall, a novel in i vuls Cr*bbe’s l’alts of the Hall, vols T >lc? of my Landlord, 3d series Walsh’s Appeal to the peup.e of the Uni ted Slates Uoi.ayvaStie’s Account of Suutn America BaZoss letters on do l).ray’s l our trow Kew-\ork to Detroit Lat rone’s V rsd to South Atnca Hall’s Account to the Loo Lhoo Islands Barrington and Beaufoy uu the North Bole Dubois's Account of lu iia Do Stael on die Flench Revolution Hazlilt’s Lectures on the comic writers of G. Britain Bhdiipft’s Speeches Do Recollections of Curran Memoirs ot Dr. f mley Uoiaioitb’s) His,orr °* Gre«ce do History of Rome The works ot Hannah .More, Milton, I horr. SO ), Goldsmith. Cowpor, amt Burns, in ele gant calf gilt binding ; elegant extract' in prose and verse, li vots. c. gilt ; with ma ny others ; bibles, testameuts, common pray er, j.salni? and hymn books, of all >*z« > and in every kind of binding ; cheap test moots suitable tor schools ; ail the latm audcireok classics now in use. eoil nov 13 * Music. M'HE following iate publication just re X ctivedand lor sale by J. KENNEDY * SON. Progressive Sonatas by Carr Bird vVailas Take this Rose In a far distant clime bine eyed Alary Auld Lang Syne Mrs. McDonald (.variations) Guitar Dance battle of Salamanca Nothing true 1-ut Heaven Soldier s Bride Copenhagen Waltz Mac he re Amie To sigh, yet tee) no pain The mn his bright ray Romberg’s Airs No i! Serenade V\ altz and Rondo This Blooming Rose Hail Columbia (utw set) Ru>/ Anne S»vi*s Waltz Stantz Waltz Complete sets of Riley’s melodies beauties ot the f lute and Minstrels Lays and Evening Companion Wragg’s improve,! Flute Prpceptor with 64 original duetls^Jrom the l2di London edi tion ; the most approved books lor the piano forte, violin, llote, clarionet, flageolet and bassoon. A great variety of other songs and pieces for the piano forte, Aic. Music paper of the best quality Blank music books bound in various forms Smith 4* Little’s Psalmody, ndveiuber 13 eo3t Notice. T11E creditors who have not brought in their claims against the estate of Wm. H. Marbury, dec’d. are requested to do so without delay, as the assets of the estate now in the bands of the adm’r will be divided a rnong them as the law directs. ROBT. S. BLACKLOCK, adm’r *oy IS debonis non of W. H. M, dec. l<or IN ewburvpnrt, ,-The schr. John HO W .\hD, Byrnes, ! master. For height ot 2oo barrels, 1 apply to JOHN!) LADD 4- Ca Wk« offer f jr xoie, < Said scuts’. cargo. cous.s'mg ot Mackerel, No. 1 4^ 2, in bbo. and halves kegs tongues and sounds , boxes No. 1 and 2 cboci .ale boxes shoes, matt* cassia barrels > ii.egar, potatoes beets, carrots, ouioi.s cranberries and apples. ^ nov 13 _ Nothing vtdilate nothing have! 4 MERE trifle to be lost and much may be gained Next J huasday w ill posi tively commence draw mg m the city ot New York, lAtatatuYt liotterj, Js*o. % and will be <ir • n daily untii completed.— Prizes all floating Si'ht.NDID SCHEME. 1 pi IZ.. Or 3<*,dC0 2 prizes of 10,0(.0 2 ditto 5,000 40 ditto 1,000 20 ditto 500 Those who wish chances are advised to ap ply iuiojcd ntely (as either of the grand capi tals may ct drawn in the first day) at La! levy & Exchange Office, Near Davi.-’s Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington City, OCT" 1’he managers’ official list of prizes and thanks drawn, will be r*ceived daily as above, ami the cash advanced lor the prizes >u;ui *s pies‘*nted by the fortunate holders. Kre ot Ticket* 13 dollars, but will ad vance t.» 23 on the day oi drawing, novemher 13 3t Kiuuer-in firkins, Cheese,Y\ liis key, § first quality Sugar, nov 10 2w On sale by T. CRUSE. Liverpool Coarse Salt. CI ^YV ELVE HUNDRED bushels in store J f < sale bv nov lo JOHN H. LADD b Co. Almanacs for 1820, OF DIFFERENT KINDS, Are ju-t received, for sale by JAMES KENNEDY k SON. November 2 tf Almanacs for 1820, "Vr^lTH a large and genera! dock of * T schorl bonks and sldtiontiriy, suitable for ‘he country trade, for sale hr October 29 JOHN A. STEW ART Tobago. T ANDJNO th;« rooming from Onnn O. J re in from Norfolk. 19 kogs «n V! *iy«t | tobacco. repre?>rtted to he of good qualify, and will Resold very h *' nov 8 1JND'AY L HILL. T’rfb’s Coal. rpwo thousand thre-- hundred bw«beis I i HethN 0-* I, now landing from schr. ' Rebecca, on Ran<«av’« ’.vharf, an I for «ale , bv ROBERT L. WJHTE nov 8 * 3t ; "Wanted. 4 ^TE^DM *n lijctrb nc jn a Dr- Ooor| Store. *o «nrh a one, good wages ni'l be given. Applv In F. WAYNE Washington—Nov. 9 3t $1* vo«j Wsintcfl. THE inbc'-p' ' r |es*rons rf buving a few «tave« fr-r |,H mrn nip, irouM : 'VP e'‘sh fi>r 8 nr I'- Mkelv voting negroes of both sex es Fnon in* at Me. Yronn’s tavern, upper ppd of Nil.ir ctr.p*. nov 10 ” BFO CADE MATHEWS. '• o«*rno<? f r c.*:lc. TrTT subscriber iff r* for sale, a bargain, viz.— 1 coloured woman ?8 years of age 1 do g;r! 8 do 1 do >..n- p‘->Id 7 mnnth« do* I FR \vri-5 WHEELER, Mattawoman, near Pori Tobacco, nov. 12 tf * F r ^ale, A N excel'ent second hand C'OACHF.E, j s wi»h harnee- complete, well calculated lor a hack or family —Also, a pair of large strong horse*. well broke. A great bargain mav be had. if immediate application bp made at tlie bar of the Washington Tavern septeml>er 14 dtf For Swlr. A SECOND HAND CCACriEE, and « /\ pair of well brake horses, some good milch cows, young well broke xt n, young cattle, sheep, farming utensils, «$*c. among which is an excellent ox car!. A bargain mav be had. Apply to the printer. Private Tuition. HMHE subscriber h^s procured, a» private X tutor to ‘ is family, a voting gentleman, (a graduate of V.«Ie College) every way qua lified, to conduct all of’he different branches of education, and would be willing to receive two or three BO V\DERS. TITO’S TURNER. Fauquier County, Va Oct. 15 , dim French Language. TTTII.EIAM LAVPHIER intend* tocom v ▼ anence hi* French School, on the eve ning-of the 15th inst at 7 o'clock. in thehou>e (formerly the Friends’ Meeting House) next door south of DoctorStablcrN dwelling, in St. Asaph-street. Terms as low as others tereli for. r. FOUR HUNDRED bis tar, in good order and for sale by ABU AH ADAMS, October 7 Central Wharl. Hil^h Smith &• Co. HAVE leceivetl, byr the ship Bos'or, from Liverpool, the principal Part of their fall supply ; which enables them to offer a general and exten-ivc ASSORTMENT OF Earthenware, China & Glass, which will be sold /ow on their usual cre dit. to punctual customers, or a liberal dis count allowed for cash. Also, on hand, and for sale, Kj i’gsSt Window glass, in whole <5* halt boxes Liquor cases, plain and ornamented Demijohns, 3 sizes Crowley steel, in laggots 96 bhds. superior Trinidad molasses Ground A\ Salt, Whiskey, $c. JUST received, per schooner Caravan, from Boston, 2400 bush. Gro. A. salt, (now afloat), jVoa> landing, from sloop Armada, from Aerr-York, 40 barrels rye whiskey 5 do linseed oil Also, from schr. Stag. Jrom Baltimore, 45 boxes imperial tea (5 4* 10 catty) 20 hags English walnuts 1 box Indian sewing silk, various cols. In Store, 50 bags prime green coffee 100 do St. Domingo do Sugar in hhd*. 4* bhis. &c. &c. LINDSAY 4- HILL. Mimdeyilh* Larmour COFFER for sale, 100 chests superior Y H P tea ; 80 chests and boxes do imperial hyson and young hyson Uo.ooo lb >ugar in hhds, boxes and bbls 2o,ooo lb coffee - 2o fluncheons Jamaica and Windward I, rum ; 15 hhds northern do 5 pipes L P Made ira 4 do Cognac brandy 6 do Holland gin 5 do India point do ?oob!;;11whisk*y 45 bhds molasses I6,ooo Goshen cheese 2oo sacks blown salt Liverpool filled 4oo bushels potatoes And their usual assortment of wines, li quors and groceries. nov 8 Samuel Ward OFFERS the follow ing articles tor sale. ( at reduced price*, at the coiner ot Prince <£• Union-streets ; 1 I elegant sideboards 15 bureaus of different kinds 8 secretaries and book cases 31 bedsteads, different kinds 1 t tables d life rent prices 2 large dressing bureaus I eight day clock, sup* rior quality • 2 ladies’work stand*, with silk bag* MO looking gla s s, different kinds I Grecian couch, very elegaut . Soo chairs, different kinds 2 '•etlees C wash stands l I trge cloadies’ press 3o mattrisses, different sizes fu» feet of gold moulding 0 ^ 3o sacking bottoms 2o doz. passage mats, wholesale *$* retail 4 l uge oil cloth carpets 6 passage do do 12 trunks, different sizes 2 easy chairs 4 dozen corn brooms 5 plated harnesses 3 dozen ca*t*ieel axes I do carpenters’ adzes I do light hoes 3 do bed cord I do floor blushes 3 do lead pencil*, superior quality. Portable drcks, night stools, I dozen bridles, hats, shoos, and boot.*, umbrellas, l ton iig; umvitip, belaying pins, crickets, log reels, &c. &.C.J&C. hand washing machines 2 top carriole*,—Also Just received, 1 grand harpsichord piano forte, of su perior quality 2 kegs pickled lobsters, most superior quality. looo wafer boxes. tf oct 26 The Subscriber, I BINDING it necessary to close his busi ness. in order to colled his debts, re quests all whose accounts have over ran the usual credit, to make immediate payment, a? no further indulgence can he given. The business in future will he conducted under the firm of H EN R \ (.. SLA DE & C 0. at the old stand, who is fully authorised to make collections, &c. CHARLES SLADE. november 8_dtt Henry C. Slade Co. HAVE received by ship Boston, part of their fall importation of HARDWARE CUTLERY. The residue is daily expected, whmh together with their former stock, renders their assortment extensive ; they have like wise ;»n hand, Bir, hoop and sheet iron Blister’d, Crowley, German k cast steel Anvils, vipes and bellows Cut and wrought nails Shovels and spades C oking. Franklin, box 4* ten plate stoves, Also, Cordage and cotton seine twine, &c. kc. nov. b dtf Potatoes. J OHN H. LADD k Co. offer for sale, Ian ' ing from schooner George Washing ton— 42 barrels potatoes oct 7 Take Notice, rr*H AT I pay no debts of any person’s con I trading in my name except an order from me. ALEX. FERRY. October 9 sw4w Canton Crapes. FOUR cases Canton crape, containing 5o pieces, superior quality, and assorted co lors. Just received and for sale by October 2ti WM. FQVVbE 4* Co SALKS A l AUC ilOxN. Public Sale. ON TUESDAY, at 10 A M. Will be sold at the r.uuion store, corner ol Prince and Water slretti. It) bbls India sugar 6 do American gin 8 do mackerel 10 kegs chewing tobacco 40 boxes raisin? 20 do soft shell almones 20 do mould candles 10 cases men's tine Kits 20 crates queei.sware 10 doz cordial 40 reams writing paper A quantity furniture, beds,&c &c. also—Dry Goods also—without reserve, by order of the T,ustP,>_A quantity of household k kitche* Furniture. c c, * j so—-5 cases Men s coarse 4* fine bhoes. S. A MARSTELLER. AucPr. Public Sale. IiURSUANT to a deed of trust from Wil liam Fearson and wife to the subscriber, will be sold on the 2Gth inst. on the premises .3 LOT OF GROUND, on which is erected a two story Brick House, situated on the east side ot Alfred street, and to the northward of Djke street, fronting on Alfred street 21 feet o inches, and tunning back 51 feet, subject to an annual rent in Re of' '2 ols. 50cts. Terms cash. n .v 13 is A. MOORE. Trustee. Public Salt*. At George R. Gaither’s Auction Rooms, in Georgetown, D. C. will bf. sold, OX MOXIj.I Y, the 1 bth Xovember, At uiy Auction Rooms, Congress btreet, ISO Packages of CHOICE HUY GOODS; Comprising a good assortment of etesiiable goods. They will be sold in such lots as will suit pm chasers, down and country merchants will find it to their interest to at tend this sale, as every piece of good* offer ed will be positively sold for the most they will bring. . Among the goods for suit, are the following Articles : 3 bales point blankets, very heavy goods 6 do rose do do 3 do blue and white kersey 2 do plains, as»or*ed 3 do assorted bombazetts, very fine 3 do do black do 2 cases Bombazine, \ erv handsome goods 2 do cords and velvets 2 bales green and red bockings 2 do carpeting 2 do ver) beat superfine blue and black cloths 5 do assorted cloths 2 do cassinaeres 2 cases worsted hose, some very fine bl’k. 1 do land* wool, halt hose 2 do very fine cotton do 2 do lri'h linen 1 do do dowlass 2 do brown ho hold 3 do cotton balis 2 bales cheeks 3 do Carlisle ginghams 3 do fine flannels 4 cases fine prints 2 do plate calltco 2 do ti-4 cambric muslin t> do steam loom shirting 4 bales tic klenburgs 2 uo hempen linen 3 do burlaps 2 cases Bandana handkerchiefs 1 do Madraas do 4 do domestic plaids 2 do brown shirting 2 do bed ticking 1 do levaritmc silks i 1 do Florence do 1 do black sarsenet 1 do black senshaw 1 case black silk handkerchiefs 1 do sewing silks 3 do pound pins 2 do pack pins 2 do assorted metal buttons, Andmany other goods w ill be added to the sale. Sale to commence ai nine o clock, and con • tinue Iron) day to day until all are sold.— Terms, very liberal, will be made known at time and place ot sale. hill be added to the sale, A stock el goods of a bouse declining bu siness, amounting to about 12.UUU dollars cost, comprising a good assortment of desi rable goods, which will be sold ior what they will bring. Also, ret'// be added to the above tale, A lot of very desirable goods, to be sold for cash: 1 bale super super blue cloths 1 do do do do 3 do cassimeres 4 do bombazetts I case cords 1 do cords and velvets 1 do Bandana handkerchiefs 2 do steam loom shirting 2 do cambric muslin. GEORGE R. GAITHER, AuctT. novi-mber5 tmwstNlo Land for Sale. THE subscribers offer for sale, a valuable TRACT OF LAND, containing 700 acres, lying in Charles county, Maryland, near Smith’s Point, and only one mil** f oin the Potomac river ; one-half ol which is in valuable wood titnher, and the soil equal to any in the neighborhood. The improve ments are a good dwelling bouse, will) four I rooms on a floor ; a large barn, nearly new ; and every convenient out-house, such as are required on a farm. A credit of one and two years will be given, tb# purchaser giving bond, with approved security, and if not punctually paid, to bear interest from the day of sale. If not sold at private sale, it will be offer ed at public sale, on the 16th November next. R1CHD. T. SIMMS ELIZA W ADAMS. LEE M. SPEAKE. September 21 tuttetiSthN SALKS AT AUCTION. I Valuable Land for Sale. (PURSUANT to a decree of the Superioi court of chancery for the distmtlof t r* dericksburg in Virginia, Ibe undersigned co« missioned wili proceed to sell at public auO lion, upon a credit of one, two, and tbwfl veare at M iddle burg, iu tbe county of Loji IZ 'J Thursday lb. ISthdaJ of No«* ber next, . 4000 Acres of Land, lying in tbe neighborhood of The whole land is of ihnt quality term«j plaister land, and susceptible 01 h»*h mu movement by tbe use ot it. Tbe "W wU he laid out into small tracts, ot row two W thiee hundred acres each, and sold m rate tracts to suit purchasers. I be whole « well watered,and no country is more heal toy Captain Pickett,who lives near the land,an< who is employed to make a survey ot it; ant Mr. Sommers, w ho is the agent for. the eolj lectiou of tbe rents, will shew the land t0| those who may be inclined to purchase. IJonQ and security, and a deed of trust upon ead^ will be h£/nTON,r* JOHN GIBSON, j PHILIP HARRISON. \ Round Hill f t Hale. ' J BY virtue cf a dee(ft»f trust from Daniel M‘Pherson and wile to me, under datgj of the 30th of May, 1816, and for tbe pur-j poses therein prescribed, I shall sell atpnb lie auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY,' the loth of December next, a tract of land^ in the county of Fairfax, known by tbflj name ef BOUND HILL, i lying on the stage or Colches'er road, distal* about 6 miles from Alexandria, and contains 1 ing I4fi| acres, more or less;—reserving^] j how ever, to George Triplett bis right to onfl^ moiety of tbe dwelling house and yard. Thi^ land has been very considerably improved b» i judicious cultivation, and there are novf growing crops of small gjain upon it. j | Also, one other tract, being an .equal unj divided moie ty of a tract of land in tbe said county, contiguous to the foregoing, an<J supposed to contain 25 acres 2 poles. The term? of sale will be made known a| the time and place of sale. J. L. McKENNA, Trustee. . nov lo dts 18 Shares Steam-Pump Stock, lor Sale. T^lTILL be sold, at Marstcller’s Vendue ? ? Store, on TUESDAY, 23d iust. at 11 o’clock, 13 fdiares Steam Puuip at nek, for cash, to the highest bidder, conformablj to the articles of association. nov. II 3t Public* Stile. 1} Y virtue of a deed of trust, from DanielT J M’Pbersun ami wile and Elisha Talhotn and wife to me, under dale lltb of !May%lj 1816, for the puri eses therein mentioned,^ I shall offer for sale, afexubiii auction, on tha£ premises, on the 4th o*y of December, afct 10 o’clock in the morning, A TANNERY, Ivingon the south side of Duke-sfreet; neafj, the Stone Bridge, partly in the county ofj Alexandria, D. C. and part in the county o£1 Fairfax, Va. This property is now in th^g possession of D. Dougherty, and is said to be* a very valuable stand for the tanning busi-’t ness. The term? will be made known at thfej time and place of sale. y| PHINEA3 JANNEY, Trustee. 1 lltb mo. lltb dt4thD. j Public Sale, ; UKDER the authority of a deed made fa: the subscribers, by Wm. H. Foote and] Brnjamin M Brooke, acting as comm is-j sioners under an act of the General Assem-j hly ol Virginia, passed on the 21st day oL February, 1818, entitled, '* an act authorial ing the sale of certain lands belonging to the. heirs of the late Walter D. Brooke,” and), which said deed was in trust among othei? things, to secure to the said commissioner*! and to the persons entitled to receive thw same from the purchasers under said deedl^ the suiu of 385 dollars, to be paid on the 19tfi, day of September, 1819, will be sold atj public auction, for cash, at 12 o’clock, on: Saturday, the 4th day of Dtcenriher next, o%^ the premises, one undivided fourth part of? that portion of a certain tract ol land, situatmt iu the county ol Fairfax and state of Virginia‘s: commonly called RETIREMENT, which Ann Brm.ke holds as dower, in deceased husband’s estate, which undivided fourth part, being about 35i acres, will b* *'dJ, subject to the life estate of the said wbj dow, Ann Brooke. S. A. M AKSTELLER,) . * ANN BROOKE, ’J Trotted. i november 2 85000 worth of Goods at first) cost. THE subscriber offers for sale, about 6000 dollars worth of poods, at first cost, well selected in Philadelphia and Baltimore, for which he will take paper of the Mechanic** Bank of Alexandria, or pood bonds. JOSEPH TULEY, Millwood, Frederick county, V*J October 16 tf ' New Edition OF THE AMERICAM GARDENER, ; /~10NTAfNING ample ' directions foil working a kitchen garden every month ] in the year ; and copious instructions ful | the cultivation of flower gardens, vineyards nurseries, hop yards, green houses and hot b»uses, By John Gardiner, and by David Hepburn. late gardeners to governor Mercer and ge neral Mason. * . _ To which it added, A Treatise on Gardening, by a Citizen of V'rg'ma. Also, a tew hints on the cultiva tion oi Native Vines; and directions for I king Domestic Wines. For sale byi ' March 30 * “ W