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. i,ig the performance of tlie ensuing ivenUig; hut he was interupted by loud i,-~i of ••Klliston, EUhton.” Mi. Elliston then c;:mo upon the amidst lond clapping of hands, nr.»! waging«f hats and handkerchiefs, totii addressed the audience nearly to the following effect: Ladies and Ontlemen—As the bare annoiuMCiecnt of a play for another evening, may not be considered suffi cient on this occasion, 1 appear, in o bedirnre to your call and return you mi ,11..-l grateful acknowledgements for tiiis additional mark of your favor. Do n t. however* be too sanguine in the cxjin siion of your approbation for what 1 have done, hut reserve your applauses pm! wait until you see the endeavors 1 make to deserve them. I have her*' with the determination that these doors shall at all times he open to merit and genius, and that this theatre shall be devoted To the legitimate drama of our country.— I wish also to inform rmi that, besides the host performers v, ho ran be procured, all your ol 1 fa»o jit. s sl,.dl be retained. (Loud dapping ami hazzas.) lie then concluded with snnocndng the performance of the en s'dngd euing ; and the repetition of the ; 1 n of Wild Oats, on Wednesday even in*. i i:c afterpiece was Lock and Rev. ft m Sludrid, Sept. 21. Tim sentences relative to the cnii«pi m y of tue Lx-G' nei al Porlier, appro veil by his Majesty on the 12th ult. in-1 ( imlcd 242 individuals. Brigadier de J Ramon Rmr.ny, Col. M. Peon. Major! IVtre Miqucliz, Captains Lopez, and A-guez, Lieut. Lmedia, and tlie Naval < Hirers thames, all sentenced pnr con■ ■ I,twice, are sentenced to be shot in the | b::i h, ami their property confiscated :! they m.ty however, he heard in their defence, if they present theuisch es.— 1 apUiins Castaneda and Peon are sen tmi e.) to the same punishment, with iexception that they may not he heart! In their deforce. The merchant| Andros i’nxo, is also sentenced to the ] • ! . The oilier punishments ace imprison ri-r's Iron ten to two years. This includes 20 Dfficcis of ail lanks. Some are sentenced to he confined in f.itrcsses from four to six months, and 40 have been deemed sufficiently pan rh d by the detention they have a.lreatly suffered. The number acquitted a inouuts to 1 IS. nearly a!! Officer-., a v.rmg* t \x !i iir are three Col-.iiieis, and three Lieut. Colonels. in consult ration of the Auditor of V, ;it . Dim Mnnni i Saturio Gnrlia. and J sfir. rings during a long imprison rnc.d. he is sentem ed to be deprived of his ofii'.c am! to he confined at Ceuta for tlie term of live years,under the survid hnre of the Gjvcrnor, from whence he • Minot remove without the special leave <2 Ids majesty. - Lmdon. Oct. 5. M.lRMlonnl'ftll STREET. A distressing cav* omirreil vcstcr ti.iv in the prosecution of n son, 17 years .,1d. by the father, a poor but Jm ?*• *.1 trail, w!i«*si* story of t.’.r dep;acd : s-.::. told under much almc'im shocked j every one present. The charge was for shading the pnar man's shiit, v.lien he It • > airily i ;«>tu»*r. which was found °v the ha* k *.f one of the son's guilty j : siwbks. llegaw* in a L-t oiappar- ] r» t whhh the prisoner had stolen at I d*!?;*irnt times; Ini had often snatched hic» fro ** ihr company of tine*.cs, and j !•>’ f;»:i i-otne, tn;f tin* last time his | • nil!;. : w r.s so hmri.!, that he would on-1 «' t « reclaim him no more. Ills i.'-t a:t was pit king pockets at church, '' ». he was s«nt to hei*r Divine Ser " ‘ai d tin hi* it*turn Inane, his father !«c*;:! S.itn i«» the. act ol leaching his ' «» bro*hei s to pit k pockets, by putting 1 bfc-dkci c hid in his porket end in v "it* lie • »h* m in tin* manner of getting "■:t lesiiy.— 1’he prisoner was rc • *:»■! •<!. .%*Av tiie gazerrc iAt\ .21^2 M A n I N K .lot; It N AL. W») 1 '!ii 1 •’/ .iLT.Y.TS DUiJ....Vovcmber 25. AMRIVKD. '\'tr !b-pe ana Fhtebe Chase, 10 days fr ; ' t• ■ i ; vtlt, hop5, candles. 6cc. to /filiiam *v|»- \ C0. and F- Dodge. s’ hr fiiizaiiefb. Perry; 11 days from Ros : '•‘It. phi'it-r, oil. rakns, ice. to John D ‘.n id i; Co ' Kp. f *d>, S^»rt!i, 4 days from N. York ; r •-rebar i.'i', to .i. H. Ladd .V, Co. *$• others, ting ti« i*rge Riishmgtoo, Rhodes, Provi ■u'r ; onion*, ar*;*‘«*s, mackarel, potatoes, i Vr, hme, bay, sperm, an i tallow candles, ih **>»*, cabbages, ore. to E. Corning. >clir Raieel!:i, Pole, 18 days tium East* T1'^. >Ic. potatoes, Jo If. Fovvle d* Co. M.;*y. (. bmeuts, 3 days from BaJti 'ft*, with n t»,|| freight to merchants ot the t'lo.m-t.—Let ship \\ ilhelmiua, Baxter, be >i!.d a number of inland vessels. ^ v-c^r- ~ . tuli ot men lor tne Colura* *d, ako passe*! up. Morr*u» a‘ ^tw Dieppe, lOtb 1Jct- drcbanrmg. • • - r '1' f HC'KDRED Ml tar, in ^ood order ’1:1 Trole hr ABU AH ADAMS, •VLwv\*m\, On Tuesday ast by the Rev. Spencer II. Cone, Mr. Gf>rge Dorsey, of Washing ton, to Miss Nawcf Rods, of this place. At Baltimore on the morning of the 22d inst. at the Fountain Inn, Mr. Joseph Sto vf.r, of Strasburg, Shenandoah co, Va. an old and respectable inhabitant of that place. A Battalion Court of In quiry of the 1st and 2d battalions 1st R. 2d ft. M. D. C. will be held at Mrs Garner’s ta vern, on Saturday the 27th inst. at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, for the assessment of tines for non attendance at the musters in Septem ber and October. nov 25 W. F. THORNTON, B. M. A Charity Sermon will be delivered next Lord’s day,- at the first Presbyterian church, in the forenoon, by the particular request of St. Andrew’s Society, w hen the members ot the society are expect ed to attend. The sermon, in absence of the chaplain will be delivered by the rev. Elias Harrison. Uie money collected to be distributed a mongst the poor of the town generally. 1 he society are reminded of their yearly meeting » n Tuesday, the 30th inst. at the ‘house of Mrs. McDougal, at 10 o’clock, A. M. I heir punctud attendance i> requested. By order of ROB I\ JAMIESON, Sec’y. The Subscriber HAS for sale, Mechanics’ and Franklin Bank paper j Also—North Carolina and Georgia ditto All of which he continues to purchase and to sell. He will close the business of the late concern of Henderson & Fitzhugh. , nov 26 3t ALEX’K HENDERSON. For Stile or Kent, fjKj.■■ The unexpired lease of the Spring Garden, with ail the improvements Bill now attached thereto; as well as cSfaft^the crop in the ground; the whole being in high st.de ol cultivation. | Enquire of the printer 1 nov 2d For Sale. V NEGRO man, a boy, a negro woman, and a girl The woman is a good cook. For further particulars apply to the ! subscriber. SARAHS. HEMERSLEY, Clifton Lodge, Fairfax county, Va. nov 2d dlw Painting. (iilclinj*,Glazing, ftc. j g 011N R. GORMAN informs his friends ♦ > and the public, that he Ins removed from i hi' former shop on Fairfax street, to the building directly opposite, wheie he will t x | ecute all orders in his line with promptness ■ and dispatch, lie will attend to all. calls in the country anil finish work in a style not , exceeded by .ny workmen in the District The shop lately occupied by the subscri 1 b r is oil* red to rent Apply to Mathew Ro binson, or .f. R. Gorin an nov 2(3 C.iP.ton Crnpos. <\*«. r 1^ HR EE boxes Canton enpes of superior I J qualify and assorted colors 1 ca«c firs' quality Hag hdkfs now landing and for sale by W. FOVVLE & CO. Who have also landing from schrs. Elizabeth and Hope & I’hccbe, 100 boxes can lies (Sampson’s biand) as sorted sizes 100 sides red sole leather 20 bbls. tanners* oil. nov 2d Muscatel tV rr^HiRTY boxes fresh muscatel raisins X 5 do imperii! tea (Oroz.itnbo’s cargo) Just received, and for sale by SAMUEL MESSEUSMiTH. In store. C000 lb*. gop ' giecn coffee ** blnU. rye whiskey 2 do counMy gin .3 pipes .Maluirn wine, at a low pi ire 3 do Holland gin (pure 4*good qnal.) 2 do Cognac biamiy 3 bbils. b>uantico tobacco 100 i)otties castor oil 200 reams w rapping paper 70 boxes Spanish segars 30 do fancy soap 100 Sets Canton table malts Pannazan rhi*rce and citron in pipes While pepper in kegs C3 bids. mess ant! prime pork. n<>v 2,7 3t Kstray. Maryland, Prince flcorge's county, I to nit. ) Tl'.in'irV. that Edward Dixon, of said comity, brought before me, as an estra | trespassing • n his enclosure, a CHESNUT i SORREL GELDING, moie than U2 years old. Mi hands high, with a blaze o:i the ! forehead, shod he lore, trots and gallops, and appears to have beta worked in geers. Givi minder my band, one of the justices of the peace in and for said county, thL 22d day ot Novembi r, loti). RICHARD S. HUMPHREYS, nov 2,3 3l* Ilonrv P. WliitncA, Corner of Prince 4* Faiifax-strects, RES PEC FFULLY acquaints his rosto* - mers and the public in general, that he has ju?t received a well assorted stock of Seasonable Goods. | consisting of superfine.fine, common fy coarse I cl<*th*,c«s«iinen»s,cassinett$. velvet cord,fan i nels.widi a good assorlm’t of domestic goods I of ditferent kinds ; together with hats, boots ! md shoe-*; all of which will he sold ch.sap for 1 cash,and Frmklinand Mechanics’ Bank pa ! per received in payment, i Eveiy description of ready made clothing ' constantly on hand at the lowest prices, and ’ any ki :d of second-hand clothing taken in i exchange for new. wfmdtn sept 22 Wheat. TW1SH to purchase 20,000 bushels of good merchantable wheat ’ 9lb mo. 27 THOMAS V. I1UCK. i Alum. Cl k I. T. THOMPSON have just re. /• ceived 10 casks from the Cape Sable works, and intend keeping a regular supply, for sale on low terra?. i nov 24 ' eol2t Manufactured Tobacco, TWENTY kegs of WIGHT'S celebrated brand, just received and for sale by T.H. HOWLAND. Jlihmo. 24tb 12t Prime Chewing Tobacco. rpH IRTY kegs superior chewing tobacco, J C’s of Barclay’s well known brand, just received perschr, Dolphin, and for sale by JOHN JACKSON, <$• Co. Agents. Nov. 25._ Liverpool Coarse Stilt. rpWELVE HUNDRED bushels in store J for sale by nov lo JOHN H. LADD Co. Fresh Butter tfj Lard. SIX thousand obis, fresh butter 4,000 pounds clean white lard in firkins Just received and for sale by BUTTS 4-CAWOC D. nov 24 « 3t bu. ter in firkins,Cheese,\V Jiis key, first quality Sugar, nov 10 2w On sale by T. CRUSE. Aim unites for 1820, OF DIFFF.HF.NT KINDS, Are just received, for sale b>’ JAMES KENNEDY & SON. November 2_ tf Almunucs for 1820, TX/TTH a large and general stock ol T T school books and stationary, suitable for ‘lie couniry trade, for sale by October 29 JOHN A. STEWART. The Gentleman and 1 .ally’s POCKET ALMAS AC, ASD * ANNUA!. Rh'>' V •MU.NCLR, Toy 1820, Just received and for sa’e bv nov 23 JAS. KENNEDY *$• SON. Stoves for Sale. JUST received and for sale, 40 nine j late stoves, which will he sold lower than u S'-ial They can he seen by calling at James Allison's, or at the subscriber's, nov 22 2w THOMAS BLADEN. Che*p School Books. JUST received by JAMES KENNEDY &. SON, a large and general assortment of English school books, worthy the atten tion of parents and scholars ; which will he sold at reduced prices for cash tf nov 13 i -—■ ■■■ ■■■ Wliiskv, Gin. and Tobacco. Forty-five bbis -in K>5 bids ( „r. . . i *5 I,hast W|*'sky 2o keg* chewing tobacco, ail of supe ! rior quality, just received and lor sale bv nov It: DANIEL SOMERS. Negroes for Sale. TTMIE subscriber offers for silo, a bargain, JL viz.— 1 coloured woman, 2R years of age 1 do girl o do 1 do hoy child, 7 months do. FRANCIS WHEELER, Mattawoman, near Purl Tobacco, i nov. 12 tf Im*p Sale, 4 N excellent second band GOACHEE, L~\ with harness complete, well r dculated ior a hack or family.—AI«o, a pair of large strong horses, well broke. A great bargain may he had, if immediate application he made at the bar ol the Washington Tavern. September 11 dtf Notice. Vjf7"ASleft at the subscriber** stable, on f the S3d day of October last, bv t wo ; men, a bright hay MAKE, an 1 a dark hr an do.—they bad no saddle*. It not called for j prior to Saturday the 27th inst. and the ex* ponces of keeping paid, they will on tliat day he sold to the hi-he-T bidder. THOMAS TRIPLETT. Indian Queen Tavern, j nov J7 ts Foil (roods. TOSEPH JANNEY has imported by the • • " >!iip Boston, lately arrived from En i land, a general jssortmentof Fall Goats. which are for sale, mlhtf 0:h mo. 27ih 85000 worth of Goods at first cost. j r JMIE subscriber offer® for sale, about o^’OO 8 dollars worth < f goods, ai fust cost, well ; selected in Philadelphia and Baltimore, for which he will take paper of the Mechanic’s Bank oi Alexandria, or good .bonds JOSEPH TULEY, Millwood, Frederick county, Va. October JC tf District of Columbia, County of Alexandria, to nit. ON the petition of Sa^dfoRo Awnfciuo.x an insolvent debtor, confined in the jail of } Alexandria county, for debt ; Notice is here ! by given to the creditors of the said Sandford j And«*:$on, that on the first Monday in Dec. : i!e\t. at nine o’clock, a. m. at the court-house - ol said county, the oath prescribed by an act - ot the Congress of the United States, entitled “an act for the relief ol insolvent debtors in the district oi Columbia,” will be adminis tered to the said insolvent, and a trustee ap • pointed, unless sufficient cause to the con ! trary bo then and there shown. Ordered, that this notice he published three times a week lor two weeks, before that day. By order of the Hon. VVra. Cranch, chiet judge ot the United States Circuit Court of . the District of Columbia. 1 Teste, EDMUND I. LEE, C. C novlfl 3iaw2ir A Card. WD. SIMMS returns liis sincere and • grateful thanks to liis fellow citizens for the very extraordinary interest recently manifested l>v litem irt his behalf, and res pectfully informs them that if is his intention immediately to resume*!he practice o! lmf *>■ eO.yVEl'Jl.S'CIXG. His long experience in the custom bouse has made him perfectly acquainted w ith the prac tice, in cases arising under the maritime rnd revenue laws, anil for the convenience of those, concerned in shipping, he has opened an office near the water, above the city auc tion rooms, and directly opposite the l toon bank, where be will always be prepared to furnish and fill up all the blanks required by the merchant, owner or master oi a vessel, ill the transaction ol their business at the cus tom house. If tyov 2o for Freight, ? The ship POTOMAC, burthen a ;.bouto<'-0 hh<*s. of tobacco, or 4000 - flour, now ready to leceive a cargo.— Apply to Capt. Cbaries Bradloid on board, or to JOHN JANNEY. 11th mo. 25 th4w For Freight, The sc hr FOUR-BROTHERS. A. 3K.& Burgess, master : burthen 5C0 bbls ; she will lake frtigbt to the West Indies or a southern port. Apply to A.. ADAMS, Central whart. Who offers for sale her cargo consisting of 25 ivI lumber 4o bbls, N. E. rum 25 do. gin 2o do. mackerel 2n boxes cbocnlate 6o reams wrapping paper 3 chests Hyson tea 10 bbls. beef 30 boxes candles NoV. %t> For Portland, The sloop JOHN BROOKS, capt. SfegSl* Prince ; w ill sail in all fhe week, and take l5o bbls on freight. Applv to tV. FOWLE&Co. Who have landing from said sloop, 10 hhds retailing molasses. pot 22 For Freight, The very fast sailing and superior packet schnr DASH, John Griffith, master; burthen 850 bbls ; a treight to some pari of tlie West Indies would be preferred out and home, and the master is well quali fied to take the consignment. Also, for Freight, &AA\ The good schooner SIX-SISTERS, Mayo, master ; burthen 600 bbls, a freight to Bermuda, tiie West Indies, or a southern port in preference. Apply to JOHN H. LADD 4* Co. Who have for sale, 2,000 bushels very fine Penobscot potatoes. nov 2o John II. Ladd £$ Co. OFFER for sale the cargo of the brig Ar gus, from Providence, viz.— 3800 bushels ground alum Salt 20 Iduls. N. E. ruin 14 chests 50 boxes young hyson tea Also the cargo ofschr Gobi Hunter, 5000 bushels ground alum salt. Also the cargo of schr Mary, 10-' tons plaister 40 bids No. 1 4* 2 mackerel. For Freight, The superior brig ARGUS, Perry .J^yJslRowens, master, burthen 1200 bbls. and will he ready to load on Saturday next. Oue half the quantity will he taken to any market that may be approved. For Newhuryport, The >chr. MARY, Ben). Small. Jr. dlL^nvistfer, burthen 850 barrels. She is an excellent vessel and will be ready in ibree days. Freight ol J',:o bbls. if wanted. Also, lor Breton, The schr. GOLD HUNTER, Jo natlun Hawes, ma.-ler. burthen 1200 barrels. She i« a substantial vessel, and will be ready to load in a lew dav*. Apply to JOHN H. L ADD 4* CO. nov 18 Liverpool .Salt, afloat. L IVE t iiOSAN D bu. Liverpool coarse JL salt ; o,oo<> <10 oiuwu sail, the cargo ol the brig Mary, capt. Loring—lur sale by WA1. KU O LE, & Co. Who have also Jar sale, The cargo ot bug Pay-Master, captain Prince, irom i>t. John’s ol 24o tons plaster 4 tihds A esi India rum Also, the cargo ol the sthr Rolla, captain Pittee, ol IGo tons plaster And the c.«igo ol scur planet, Prince, of loo tons plaster. Lauding from the sloop William <$’ Mary, capt. Cermau, from New-\ork do ps l>t qual Russia t i* Go do do Raven’s) For Freight, The brig MARK, Datid Loring, master ; carries J8i>o bbis Hour or Soo tobacco ; is a good veas-ei, andean ready for a cargo in a few days. Also, for Freight, The new brig PAY-MASTER, 1C Prince, master; burthen aijout lovu barrels, a Hrst late vessel. Also, v The Schr. PLANET. L. D. Prince ^ fcinastcr, carries Iloo barrels, a first rate vessel, wi! take a freight for the W. in dies, or a southern port. For Boston Portland. 1 Tue scjir. ROLLA, capt. Pettefc, v-^^jyLlias part ol l»er cargo engaged, the ba* lance would be taken as freight on reasona ble terms. Apply as above Nov. 1# To Rent. The subscriber will rent as a se parate establishment,the back build ing ol Ids house, on Gronoko street, _(Comprising a parlor, stair room, and kitchen below, three good lodging rooms, with tire places in the 2d story, and three garret rooms above. nov 20 dlwlawtf W. H. FITZHLGR. THIS DAM Will be sold at the M I’rincfe and 1 9 packages lj Just received tr Florentines, st.pen^B Fare) dn«t pnntsflj Olive cords, blue Domestic plaids, 1<^J| Silk umbrellas Men’s beaver hats, lal Cotton balls, suspend^ Also, t case saftmetts and 1 do lri«h linens 1 do Ifisli sacking. Also. 2o boxes mould candies 15 boxes soft shell almen 5 kegs chewing tobacco 5 bbls American gin 6 cases men fine bats, furniture, 4*c. Will be added to the above sale, Immediately previous 1o the sale of dry gooi Aii elegant Gold W a tel), of the first order, double bottomed, dujal scapemtnt, with retaining power. T watch is considered superior tg a patent ver, being nearer a chronometer: sbe zt be positively sold. S. A. MARSTELLElt, aue. t urs £$ Peltries. Tl^lLLbe sold, at public auction, < ? f Monday the I3'h of December nci at II o’clock, a. m. at the w at chouse of tl superintendin' cl Indian Trade, in Georg town the following parcels of tors and pe . tries : the former received principally, fro the U. S. factories at fort Osage..on the Mi pouri, and Prairie du Chien on the Uppi . Mississippi i | 32,booths. Deer skins, principally.sbavfct 1 346o do. Beaver do. loSoo Muskrat dt>. 4,28c> Racoon do. 738 Otter do. 250 bear do. 150 cub do. 260 w ild cat do. 1290 fox do. 64 fisher do. 70 m nk do. 250 rabbit do. A credit of three months will be given fa all purchases exceeding 2oo dollars, on ap< proved endorsed notes. THOMAS L. MKENNEY, S. I. T. novemberl9 Is . I ‘ ' “' ' ~ “ I Public Sale. ITNIjER <lie authority of a deed made tl /' the subscribers, by VVm. H. Foete ant Benjamin M. Brooke, acting as commiS' sinners under an act of the General Assent My of Virginia, passed on the 21st day o , February. 1818, entitled, *' an act aiilhoris* ing the sale of certain lands belonging io thf I heirs of ilie late Walter D Brooke,” and ! which said deed was in trust, among other things, to secure to the said cottimisHoner* and to the persons entitled to receive (he s?one from the purchasers under said deed, the sum of 585 dollars, to he paid on the 19th day of September, 1919, will be sold at public auction, tor cash, at 12 o’clock, on Saturday, the 4th day of D« comber next, oil | the premise®, one undivided fourth part »* I that portion of a certain tract of land, biliiate in the county ot Fairtaxand state of Virginia* [ commonly called RET [liEM ENT, which Ann Bro> ke hold- as dower, in her deceased husband's estate, which undivided fourth part, being about 35i r • res, will be sold, subject to the life estate e. the said wi dow, Ann Brooke. S. A. MARSTELLER, / «, . ANN BROOKE, \ Trus‘fees* • november 2 dts Public Sale. B\ virtue of a deed of trust, Irom Daniel M'Phersonand wile rnd Elisha Talbott ami wife to me, under date 11th of May, loin, for the purposes therein mentioned, I shall oiler for sale, at public auction, on the premises, on the 4th day of December, at 1U o'clock in the morning, A TANNERY, lying on the south side of Duke-stfeet, near the Stone Bridge, partly in the county of Alexandria, D. C. and part in the county of 1 Fairfax, Va. This property is now in the | pos^e«sion of D. Dougherty, and is said to be 1 a very valuable stand for the tanning busi ness. The terms will he made known at thei time and place of sale. | PH IN E AS J ANNE Y, Trustee. ' 11th mb. llth dt4thD Round flill ft# Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust from Daniel M'Pherson and wife to me. under data of the 30th of May, 1816, and for the pur poses therein prescribed, l shall sell at pub lic auction, on the. premises, on FRIDAY, the loth ot December next, a tract of land, in the county of Fairfax, known by this name of ROUND DILL, lying on the stage or Colchester road, distant about 6 miles from Alexandria, and contain ing l48| acres, more of le*a ;—resen ing, however, to George Triplett his right to one moiety of the dwelling house and yard. Thi# land has been very considerably improved hy jndiclous cultivation, and there are now grcwingcrops ofsmall grain Upon it. j Also, one other tract, being ah equal un divided moiety of a tract of land in the said county, contiguous to the foregoing, arid supposed to contain 23 acres 2 poles. I lie terms ol sale will be made known at the time and place of sale, nov lo J, L. McKENNA, Trustee. French Language. WILLIAM LANPHIER intends to corfl mence his French School, on the eve ning of the loth inst. at 7 o’clock, in the house (formerly the Friends’ Meeting House) nest door south of Doctor Stabler’s dwelling, in St Asapb-street. Terms as low as othefts teach fo#.