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To Rent, Thifiarsfe and commodious brick ~ lately occupied by Geo. ; al«o, the frame dwelling and store adjoin m?. The a well situated for the flour and ; will be rented low to s»>od j t Dossession jiven fmmediaMy. | I P J WIES SANDEK5QN. For Sale or Rent, j A commodious 2 storv brick dwel hlins: house.ur*on a halt aero lot, cor* * ner of Fairfax aJtd Jefferson Greets. METCALF.; , scpt#mberJ24__— j To Lrt, ONT moderate terms, a three story : f' brick House, in a ceitfrd part ot ■ "I the town, well calculated fora pn L Silvrte family, or a genteel boarding bouse. Possession given on or before the 1st «f l)ecem!>er next. Inquire of the Printer. June 28_dtf - For Sale, That three story brick house, situ «^*IVated on the south side of Prince-st. S;i! nmv in the occupancy ot Mr. Win. ? JUlHudd ; a perfect title will be given, 4U 1 the terms of payment made convenient. Apply to JOHN H. LADD 4- Co. September 18 To Rent, A neat and convenient two story fr^ brick house,with a stable and a pump 9 J ■ j| »>f excellent sort water, situate lower «LU&»iend of Water-street. Enquire of WILLIAM YEATES. September 20 imvtlf To Rent, A commodious three story brick dwelling house on W ashingtou-str t, 1 jljj lately occupied by 3Ir. J no. Jackson. ' ALSO, A small frame house, on Fairfax-street,be iween King and Prince streets. In my ab sence, at Location'may be made toR Veit ch. July 2 ddttuthsti JOHN LLO\ D. For Sole, THE HOUSE and LOT in which I used , to rcjjde in the town of Alexandria, con taining an acre ot ground, on Washiugton-st. Ik;in; one of the most agreeable situations tor a genteel family in that town. For terms, and a view of the property, apply to James L. McKenna. esq. who is fully authorized to treat for and dispose of the same, and will expl mii any facts respecting it which may be required. JOHN HOPE NS Ilill and Dale, April 20. f Leesburg Turnpike T^OTICK is .hereby given to the St«*ck X * holders in the Leesburg 1 urnpike Road > Company, that Ten Dollars on each s|nre subscribed, (that is on the stock sub'Cribed | since ti e 1st day of October. 1818.) is re quired to be pdi on the 2 Mb of November . next. rilO. R. VfO 1 T, Trcasuier. Leesburg, Oct. 13, 1819. I’he editors of the Winchester and 1 Alexandria Ga/.ettes, will publish the above ‘ for thirty-five days. ut2aN October 22_ Burr Mill Stone Mauufurtory. THE subscriber wishes to inform his frien is and the^ public, that he has opened hi* Burr Mill Stone Manufactory, at the upmer end of King-street, (opposite the Blacksmith and Farrier’*'hop, in the town of Alexandria.) where he will supply millers with French Burrs, of any size, at the short est notice; and will warrant them equal, it not suoerior, to any in the 1 nited States.— If millers will order their Wheat Burrs be i fore they are built, he will build them in a m inner, as ne can prove to the sati-taction of any person, that they will ntn, without Stop or tail, for 100 years; <$* it not bespoke, Iron) 90 to 1(H). N. B. Prices as low a? possible June 28 ROBERT GLENX. -r-- — --* Family Flour OF very superior qualify, manufactured from be-t white wheat for s d£ bv $ov 16 eo3t ISRAEL JANNEY,jr. Extracts from a Law , Of the Corporation, to provide for the spetdj extinguishment of Fire, 4*c. Sec 1. That every proprietor ot any dtvel , ling huu?e, or store bou-e within the limits ot the corporation, shall, at his or her own ex I* pence, prov ide a-; many fire buckets, made I of good aud suitable leather, oid containing I at least two and a half gallons, as shall be e 1 qual in number to the stories in such house. J Provided, Tint no proprietor shall, iu any \ case he compelled to provide more than thr»» buckets for one heusu. Eveiy proprie i tor who shall neglect to procure the proper number ot buckets in the manner herein di rected, shall lorfeitvan l pay one dollar per month tor each bucket iie shall so neglect 1 to nrocure. The proprietors of all dwel , Lug bouses and store hoq^cs which shall , hereafter be erected within the corporation, thill furnish the same with buckets in the I manner before prescribed, within two months after such bouses shall be occupied ;or fail f ir.g to in so, shall be subject to the penalties before mentioned. I 3. Where the proprietor of any dwelling house or store house resi !mg out of the limits of the corporation shall neglect to comply with the requisitions of thi* act, the occupier 1 of such bouse «*halt v\ ithm two mouths after l coming to the po-ses*ion thereof, procure i th»* necessary bucket*; and faiimg to pro vide the same..shall e subject to the like pe nalties as are in such case imposed ou die 1 proprietor. 5 It shall be the du<v of the superinten-1 dent of police, wi*> in six months at lea't, to visit the houses within the limits ot the cor potation to examine and take an account of the bucket* belonging to «»uch houses, and to report to the mayor the names ol all persons • who shall neglect to p ovide and keep the tsaroe, according to the r*g'!»•»» ions of this act. (p«. 31&1? GKO. COiiY LLL, Sup. Po. Fifty Dollars Reward. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, on Thursday, the 11 th inst. a negro man, named DICK, who sometimes calls himselj Dick Douglas. He is a small man about 5 feet 6 inches high, and is not. a very black man. I purchased him from the estate of Edgar McCarty esq Cedar Grove, Fairfax county, Va. and it is likely that he nay be lurking about that neighborhood or Colches ter, as he has a wile atcapt Berry's ot the latter place; or he may hare gone to Lou doun county, as he has lived there in the neighborhood ot Win. McCarty and John McCarty, near Leesburg. He had on and took with him an old grey cloth coat and a brown do pantaloons of drab colored domes tic cloth. He is much addicted to liquor, and is a coarse shoemaker. I will give 20 dollars if taken in the district of Columbia. Thirty dollars it taken in Fairfax county, and the above reward if apprehended in any other place, and secured so that I get him agon: and reasonable charges if brought home! WM. B. STUART, november 16_ 100 Dollars Reward. RAN away from the subscriber living in King George’s county Va. jn Monday the 22nd March, a yellow man named JAMES, ab*ut 22 years of age, his tore teeth wide apart, and cannot speak very quick—had on Virginia cloth clothes and carried off a shaggy great coat, he has a father named Pe ter Hall, who lives with the widow Morgan, at Oak Hill, Fauquier Co. and his grandfa ther, old Frederick Hall, is supposed to be living at Mr. Terrett’s near Alexandria, and it is likely he may be lurking about there.— l will give the above reward lor apprehend ing and securing said fellow so that l get him again, and reasonable charges if brought home. J. H. WASHINGTON. Masters of vessels and others arc fore warned against harboring or carrying oft said fellow tf June 14 100 Dollars Reward. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, iying near Aldie, Loudoun county, Virginia, on the night of the 11th inst. a negro man, who ca)!s*his name NED B1AYS. He is a shrewd, intelligent negro, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high ; 30 years of age, well made, active and polite Had on when he went away, a sky colored coat, and corded pantaloons. His right eye sore, apparently occasioned by a blow, the blood having set tled around it. His ears have been pierced, and had green silk in them when he went a way. It is expected he is now lurking a b<>u‘ Fairfax court-house and Aldie. The a hovc Ned Biays ran away on the night of the ?5lhof Gst Aug and was caught on the Iftliinst on the night of which he effected his elopement by drawing the staple to which he \va? lastened hy the handle of a pan. while there was no person in the kitch en hut himself He was caught on the I Dh hist. a fetv miles below Aldie, but I think it improbable that lie has gone near the came place again. I will give KW* dol lars it he is taken out of the county, an i fiFtv if taken in the county, an I secured m> that I get him again,and all reasonable charge* if brought home. G: O. GFLIf’K. P S. It is suop ised that the said negro h «s obtained papers of freedom, or a fire p tsc, or something of the I ind. G. G. november 17_3w 100 Hollars RiMvanl. F WILL give the above reward to any I person who will return to my posses sion, negro L\'^ RFATE, who assumes die sirn.vne of FENWICK. This fellow led mv farm, on the Wicomico river, in Charles county, M 1 on the nth July, in consequence ofhis own outrageous conduct towards my overseer. He is a negro of a fire erect fi gure, goo I features, asrnooth black skin, Either above the middle stature, ot a youth ful appearance for <>ne ot thirty years of age. and of great plausibility and natural smartness. His ears grow remarkably close to his head, and on the inside oi his lower lip bn has a white mark or ^pot. I purcha se I him 4 years ago of the estate of Mrs. P H. Courts, of this county. I am Ird (by circumstance? wh*ch have come to my know ledge sine** he absconded,) to believe that he will endeavor to in<ke his* way to King George county, Va. ; should he not take this route, he will probably he met within the Di-trict of Columbia, or in the upper counties of this state, on I.is vvay to Penn sylvania. I apprehend h** will change his name, and if committed to jail, rebjsp to state lowborn Ik belongs, as die misconduct which preceded his departure, & his ab sconding, have all appeared since to have been premeditated. He took all bis clothes with him, of which he had a large number ; among them—a new bearskin over coat, a Ions close-bodied blue coai, i pair of stri ped jean pantaloons, one or more whin waistcoats. Besides many articles of coarse cloathing ; these,however, lie will probably exchange, or sell them fur c«asb to defray bis travelling expenses. I will give the above reward to any per sofl who will bring him home to me, oi FIFTY DOLLARS if confined in jail, and notice given me. <=o that I recover him.— Should lie be taken out of die staie, I will also pay all reasonable costs and charge* which may attend the hr-.ging him home. I.T S PODDERT, West Hatton, near Allen’s Fresh Post OlTke, Charles county, Maryland. aug. K dtf (O') Hollars Reward. RAN AW \ Yon the 25th of Anri I last, t mm called NED. fonnerly the pro perty of Mr Fitzhugh, of Fairfax, and by nim <o!d to H**phurn ic Dundas He had on when he w ent a wav an old country blue and white doth coat, and kersey trousers—his right hand in a sling, in consequence of the kick of a horse \ed is a stupid looking fellow, aud hesitates very much when he spe.ks. 1 will give fifty dollars if appre hended in the District, or the above reward for apprehending him out of the District, so that I get hirn again. AGNES DUNDAS.. Mount Eagle, May IP d^thw fstf Tar. FOUR HUNDRED bis tar, in good order and for sale by ABIJAH ADAMS, Canton Crapes. 17*0UK cases Canton crape, containing 5o pieces, superior quality, and assorted co lors. Just received and for sale by October 2G WM. FOALED Co Take Notice. THAT I pay no debts of any person's con tracting in my name except m order from me. ALEX. PLRKV. October 9 sw4w S. Drew, Merchant Tailor, Removed from Fairfax-street to the corner of King and Columbus streets, and his prices Jailing, RESPECTFULLY acquaints his custo mers and the citizens in general that he has removed as above, where he will study to give satisfaction. He has by him a small but well assorted stock of goods, which will be found on inspection to be Ot the best quality, the whole of which he wishes to sell low for cash, and as tuither inducements to purchasers he offers to cut out any goods, bought of him to any size or pattern gratis. S. Drew aware, of the advantage a readv money business has over one where long credit is given, think4 that a distinction ought to he made in the prices in each case: and as the price of provisions are low at present, he is glad lo be able to announce to those customers who will feel disposed to pay him ready money for his work, that he will reduce the price of making to them according to the present journeymen’s wa ges ; and to prevent any supposed imposi tion on the one hand or disatisfaction on the other he is willing to be governed by the printed regulations of prices by which the journeymen are paid in Alexandria. N. b. Bread, flour, beet, groceries, li quors or any thing valuable faken in ex change for clothes. S. Drew has this day opened a tavern in the same house, where he has laid in a sup ply of Philadelphia and the district portei ami ale, together with liquors ot the best quality, and he Inels confident that he shall be able to give satisfaction to all who wilt please to favor him with a call.—He is lit ting up his house for the accommodation ot boarders, travellers, &c. and from its central situation, good beds and stabling, together with other requisites, he presumes that it will he found a convenient establishment, may Orphans’ Court, Alexandria county, } .November Term, 1019 ( ORDERED, that the administrators ot Thos. A hite, deceased, do insert the usual notice to debtors and creditors, thu d limes in each week, for lour weeks in the Alexamliia newspapers. A copy—Teste. A. MOORE, Reg. THIS IS TO GIFE NOTICE, That tin suhscrinors, of Alexandria county in the District of Columbia, have obtained from the Orphans* Court <>t said county, loiters testamentary on the estate ol Thomas White, latent said county, deceased. All persons having cl * tins against the >aid deco lent are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, passed by the Orphans’ Court, on or be fore the 27th day of .May next, or they mas by law he excluded from nil benefit to said estate ; and tho=e indebted thereto are re quired to make immedate payment. Civcn under our hands this 27?h November, 1819. ELIZABE TH WHITE, AdnTx. ROBERT L. WHITE, Adm’r. nov 27 stu4w Frcsli Mrcliciues, JUS T received from Lee’s Medicin Store, Maiden-Lam*, New-Yor) . and for sale bv JAMKS KKNNKHY A SON fWho have fo» many years been sol agents for Alexandria) with the lot lowing recommendation?- — lla-mi!!nn's H arm destroying Lozenges, (»>- which a vast number of persons have been relieved from this flange -Dim complaint during the last sixteen v ears. Hahn's Jlntihdirfis Pills, Celebrated for the !V vention and Cure ol bilious disorders. /fnmtPoit'i Elixir, K fleet uni for the cure of colds, obsli i »te coughs, asthmas, Ac* Hamilton's Grand ll>'sUtratixc, lecommeiided as an invaluable modi me for the speedy relief of nervous eonr lainfs, low spirits, loss ol appe tte, Ac. /.nitons Essence and Extract oj ,Mustard, .steemed a safe and efficacious renie •' in acute and chronic rheumatism, gout, Ac. Ac. Let's Odd men* for the Itch. Varrauted to cure at one application. \ : (1 tone perfectly innocent in the use. Hahn's Genuine Corn Plaster, '•or the speedy removal of corns with out pain. I la Im's Genuine Eye Hater, For the cure ot diseases ot the eyes. Tooth .'kite Drops, •Vffbruing relief iu the most violent at tacks. Genuine Persian Lotion, \ valuable cosmetic for removing all eruptions on the lace and skin, per fectly innocent and free from any in jurious ingredient. | Restorative Powder for the Teeth and Gums. Pamphlets may be had gratis at the ! place of sale, containing a more par ticular account of the medicines, with the cases of cures performed in con 'donation of the character given ol them, Authorised by lazz for the promotion of Edu *> cation• OFFICIAL NOTICE. THE NINTH CLASS OF THE VIRGINIA Seven Xnmbers Lottery, Will be drawn on the 22.1 December in stant, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon, in the ritv of Richmond, Va. when the public will know the fate of the following prizes in a , few minutes: .^5 prizes of 18 »R do 27130 do £5045 each 45 each 5 each PRICE OF A TICKET FOUR DOLLAR*. Near thn-e blanks to a prize. The expl matiop ot the above lottery may be had gr alia; arid the tickets are now foi sale at the Bank of Alexandria, by the sub scriber, till the 20lh inst. BENT C. ASHTON. ()^7* In the last f w drawings of the above lottery, many*-prizes of 5046 dollars each, ’(•sides a very large number of small prizes ii ive been dr»wn an \ paid to several ladies ,'id genileinen in the slates ot Virginia and New York. We hereby certify that the seven numbers drawn on the 27th Nov in the city ot Rich mond, Virginia, in Mr. Vannini’s Lottery Scheme, were the folio wing to wit : 15, 38, 61, 31,79, 39, 33. Robert C. Nicholas, .fumes Barbour, jr ^ dec 2 20D W m. 7aze~%ell, ,\I. D. Blank Books anil Stationary J Articles. LIST received and tor sal*1 by J AM ES K KN xN ED Y k SON, A complete assortment ol ledgers, jour .uls and day books; letter, invoice, bank nd mem. books ol every size and variety, faint lined and plain Record hooks of every description, faint tinea ana plain ioti rms f. cap writing paper, No. 1.2 k 3 lUO do $. line qto post, gilt, colored, but pressed and plain, of the manufacture of Matthews, Amies, and L). Antes British and American tolio post Ditto quarto gilt and mourning do dogroce bonnet boards, white and blue Superfine, hot pressed playingcarJs, white Old figured backs A very large assortment of the best qudls, inhpowdei British and American, black lea.i pencils & crayons, camels’ hair do, Reeves’s water colors in boxes and singly, genuine India ink. Britidi drawing paper of all sizes, inkstands ol all the various kinds; blank ana visiting cards, plain, gilt ami military em bossed, cims^ men, bone and ivory, back gammon and chess boards, slates and pencils of all sizes, ladies’ and gentlemen's elegant morocco pocket books with an>) without in struments. mor»cco purses, thread cases and waliets, pt nkoive' of superior quality, silver pencil cast' ami thimbles, port folios and w riting desks ; an assortment ol low priced paper hangings of m-.w patterns, box boards band boxes a« rted, &c. kc. ORDERS FOR RL.1NK BOOKS, ruled to particular patterns, executed with neatness and dispatch. dtf ’ nov li'j -- ^iew Publications ,1 ml other valuable Hooks JUST received and for ^.ile by James Kennedy 4* son, Complete st-ts of the Sketch Book, by GoortVy Crayon, gent. Do iaalmagumli, new series Berington - lives of Ar eillard &: Heleise Oak wood Hall, a novel in 2 vols Crabbe’s Tales of the Hall, 2 vols Bales of my Landlord, 3d series Walsh’s dppeal to the people of the Uni Jed States Boimycastle’s Account of Soutn America Pazos's letters on do Derby’s lour irom New-York to Detroit LatinimN Visit t.iS.uth Africa Halt’s Account to the Loo ( boo Islands Barrington • t Bcauloy on the North Pule Duhius’s Account «f Inna De Stael on the Kienrh Revolution Hazlitt's Lectures on the comic writers of G, Britain Phillips's Speeches Do Recollections of Curran Memoirs of Dr. 1- inley Gilies’ History of Greece Goldsmith’s History of Home Tito works of Hannah More, Milton.Tlionr - son, Goldsmith Cow p« r, end Burns, in ele I gant call gill binding; elegant extracts in prose and verse, 12 vols. c. gilt ; with lita ny others ; bihles, testaments, common pray or, psalm> and hymn books, of all sizes and in every kind of binding ; cheap testaments nitable for schools ; all the latin and Greek classics now in use. - eott nov 13 French Ltingusige. \TriLLlAM LANTHIER intends tocom • V mence his French School, on die eve ning of the 15th inst. at 7 o’clock, in the: house (formerly the Friends’ Meeting House) next •door south ot Doctor Stabler’* dwelling, in St. Vs -pit-street. Terms a slow as others teach for. _- k- . Flour Business. rp HE subscribers respectfully inform - their friends and the public that they have entered into co-partnership in the dour and grocery business, under the firm ot GIBSO.V * LUPTO.V. Their warehouse is at the upper end of King-street, where they intend buying and will receive flour on storage. On hand, a large quantity of plais ter, salt,4*c. ISAAC GIBSO.V. NATHAN LtJPON. We intend keeping a constant supply 01 the hkst family flour. Notice. rT'MfE subscriber respectfully informs his i- friends and the public, that he has taken the house formerly occupied by Talbot, Wilson 4* Co. vrhere lie intends to keep a supply of all kinds of XjE.1T//75Z?, Which he will sell low, and from experience in said business can confidently solicit their patronage. In return he obligates himself to do all in his power to merit the same. All orders punctually attended to. N. B. The highest price given for Counin Hides, and Upper Leather, and Calf Skins in the rough THOMAS S. TlfLSY. October 16 Musical Instruments. TplANO FORTES, plain m l onnrnente: 1 A lew very superior v iolius incases and a great variety of common qu ditip*. Best London made dotes and ciarionet^ ; *d er keys, tipped and pi«in. ▼ lageolets »ml files or differ nf kinds. Flariouet reeds, violin bows, bridges an* pins. n u Best H ('man and German violin strings J Ju»l received, an l lor sale |,y nov lb thstutf J. KENNEDY^ SON Honrv I*. \\ liitney, Corner of Prince A* Fairfax-struts, Respec tfully acquaints his custo ’ mere and the public in general, that be has just received a well assorted stock of Seasonable Hoods. 4t 7 consisting of superfine fine, coimnon <$• coarse cloths,cassimere9,cassinetts. velvet cord.flan. nets,with a good assorting of domestic goodj of different kinds ; together with hats, boots and shoes; .ill of which will he sold cheapfor cash,and Franklin and .Mechanics' Bank pj per received in payment. Every description of ready made clothing constantly on hand at the lowest price*, *n4 any kind of second-hand clothing taken m exchange for new. wftn4m sept«2 Canton Crapes, ^c. THREE boxes Canton crapes of superior qu ility and assorted colors 1 case first quality flag hdkl's now landing arid tor sale by VV. FOWLE <$• CO. 6 Who have also landing front schrs. Elizabeth ami Hope &, Phoebe, 100 boxes can.lies (Sampson's brand' as sorted sizes 100 sides red sole leather 20 bbls. tanners’ oil. nov Ct> Notire. THE undersigned being anxious to close their business, ami believing that no thing short of a determination n.’t to pro:*;, cute it for the present will enable them to effect so desirable an event, respectfully and earnestly solicit all those who are indebted to them, to make immediate payment, in or der to enable them to meet more promptly the demands of those to whom they are in debted. R. &J. MANDEVILLE. august(8 Bools Shoes. WILLIAM TRUE, hasju-d received and offers for sale, on the most reas< naMe terms, a general assortment of ladie*’, g.-n tlemen’s, and children’s coarse and tine SHOES, suitable for the present and ap j proacliing season, and warranted good. ALSO, A general assortment of men’s and hoys’ coarse and fine Hatr. All the above articles are offered wholesale nr ret; il at the luwesi Baltimore ami Philadcdphia prices. October 28 tf 100 Dollars Reward. RAN away on the 28fh of April, from the farm of the subscriber, in Dogue Neck, Fairfax To. Virginia, negro HARM, .ged about twenty three years, about five feet ten inches high, very black, nedf built, has a considerable impediment in his speech, when spoken to evinces much co fusion, at A replies almost unintelligibly: had on when he left home, a much worn suit of domestic cloth. I have every reason to believe that tie is endeavoring to pass fora free man, and -is such went off in some of the bay cralt du ring the late fishing season. All masters ol vessels are forewarned from harboring or ta king into their employ said negro, under pe nalty oil having the law rigidly enforced a gaitist them. I w ill give twenty dollars,if t iken in the county of Fairfax, or district of Columbia; ifbeyond that distance, the a •u»ve toward, provided he is secured in iail so that I get him again. WJ1. MASON. Charles County, Md. June 1. The ediiors of the National Intelligencer and Baltimore Federal Gazette will insert ihe above until furl id, and si nd their ac counts to Port Tobacco loi payment. /une 11 tf Orphans’ Court, Alexandria county, ) October Term, IMP. \ ORDERED, That (he executor ot Jamks Crowohill, deceased, do insert the usual notice to debtors ami creditors, three times in each week for three weeks, in the Alexandria newspapers. A copy—Teste. A. MOORE, Reg. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber of Alexandria county, in the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of said county, letters testamentary on the estate of James Croivdhill, late ot said county, deceased.— All persons having claims against the said de cedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the sub scriber, passed by the Orphans’ Court, on or before the 14th day ot April next, or they may by law be excluded from all benefit to said estate ; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this !4th October, 1819. JAMES H. HOOE, Executor of James Crowdhill, deceased* October 14 tuths „ Aromatic For Catarrh (Snuff, 4r Head nckf. THIS Snuff, as celebrated for its a^rte ble fragrance as for its efficacy in tM cure ol recent catarrh and slow ner»ou headache, is used and approved by the Pr*" sent professor of eheinistry in the. uni'er*•* ty of Cambridge, Mass, and by some of 1'* most respectable gentlemen of the facu , in the United States—It is also particular ly recommended by Dr Waterhouse, ** professor of the theory and practice of Pj*Z* sic, m the above seminary—whose ceil cate accompanies each bottle.—Sold by JAMES KENNEDY & SON, S»le Agents fer Altniwrt