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Alexandria Gazette M Daily Advertiser.
Voii. XX.] PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL SNOWDEN, ROYAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, (820. [No 57(3 Sugar, Molasses, $c. FOWLE ♦ Co. have for sale, (he l \ cai-goof the schooner Alexander, eapt. ivoln from Boston, of ^trces Musovado sugar h boesbeads retailing molasses 2pipes Holland gin gOboU* first quality ku*sia duck 50 pieces white £ Hussia sheeting 50 do brown S . 70 ton? plaster parts il«o the cargo ot the brig Panopea, from $1. Andrews ot 2J0 ton* plaster pans . 730 fiotes smoked herrings hi Store, 30fatheads J First quality Saint Croix 30 barrels S Sugar 10hogsheads? Muscovado sugar of good 150 barrels $ quality 70 bags Indiado for retailing jonoolbs coffee 15pipes Holland gin fehhds N E rura Pipes, half pipes, quarter and half quarter casks old Madeira wine, from the house ot Kecrs4*Co. . 3oocasks nails assoriea sizes $50 boxes mould and dipped candles o'. Sampson's brand ! 3o do sperm do loo do brown soap 5# bids rues* and, No. 1 beei Ino sides red sole leather Srv) holts first quality Russia duck ioodo do Haven's do loo crates Liverpool ware 6 pipes old Cognac brandy, of superior quality 5o casks fresh raisins 8 do Zante currants >0 lbs soft-hell almonds Mato nii.e, hales forks Cases men’s coarse and line shoes and hats An,invoice of Nankin and Canton crapes v.-seoets, sewing silk and India cottons. For Freight, ^ The superior brig PANOPEA, h. .Crabtree, master ; carries about lt>ou will be re^dy for the recent cirjoin 4 days. Apply as above. ion oi a dec 28 For Freight, . The ship POTOMAC, burthen « iooutoOO hhtls. of tobacco, or 4000 ! Ibw. ffoar, uo'V n any to receive a cargo.-r jbolyto Cant. Charles Bradford on board, orta JOHN JANNEY. 11th mo. 5 th4\v For Freight, The very fast sailing and superior p>ckt*t schnr DASH, John Griffith, master; burthen 850 bb»s ; a height to some part of the West Indies would be preferred rut and home, and the master is well quali fied to take the consignment. Also, for t reight, The good schooner SIX-SISTERS,* Mayo, master ; burthen 5oo bhls, I a freight to Bermuda, the West-Ind ies, or a southern port in preference. Apply to 1 JOHN H. LAUD 4* Co. j Who bare forsale, 2,ooo bushels very fine ! Penobscot potatoes. nov 2o John II. LacUl Co. 0FF£R tor sale the cargo ot the brig Ar gus, from Providence, viz.— 38UO bushels ground alum salt 20 hhds. N. E. rum 14 chests 50 boxes young hyson tea Also lh.t; cargo ofschr. Gold Hunter, 5000 bushels ground alum salt. Also the cargo of sclir. Mary, 102 tans plaister 40 bills No. t Sr 2 mackerel. For Freight, The superior brig AUGUS, Perry | Bowens, master, burthen 1200 bbls. | ino w\li be ready to load on Saturday next. half the quantity will be taken to any market that may be approved. Liverpool Salt, afloat. P1VE THOUSAND bu. Liverpool coarse (salt; 5,ooo do blown salt, the cargo ot tfcebrig Mary, caut. Loving—for sale by WM.FOWLE, & Co. fl710 have also for sale, The cargo ot brig Pay-Master, captain irom St. John’s of 24o tons plaster v 4 hhds vVest India rum p.A so* the cargo of the schr Rolla, captain <>f J6o tons plaster And the cat go of schr Planet, of 16i r_ ., - the caigo of schr Planet, Prince, ot tons plaster. 1 in ting from the sloop William 41* Mary, Cerman, from New-York 5° PS tstqual Russia } n.,rt Co do do Raven’s S For Freight, The bri* MAHY, David Lorinpr, »nster ; carries 2800 bbls flour or 35o o» tobacco ; is a good vessel, and can reatiy for a carg0 in a few days. Also, for Freight, The new brig: PA\ -MASTER, m■ Prince, master ; burthen about A) barrels, a first late vessel. For Boston ft Portland. The schr. ROLL A, capt. Pettee, r part of her cargo engaged, the ba lV " kVl*u!\i be taken as freight on reasona ^rms^Apply as a!>°ve Nov 18 Fur Sale, A N’Client second lund CO AC! IKK, l ^ilh iiarne$« complete, well calculated -* hark or family.—Also, a pair of large ^ horses^ well broke. A great bargain N1V1 !>e had, if immediate application be * at th<* hir of the Washington Tavern. For New-York, k The brig ECONOMY, Cbas. IIoo -day, master, burthen IIOO barrels — one is an excellent vessel, 4 years old, and m perfect order. One half her cargo i9 pro vided, and for freight of the remainder apply to JOHN H. LADD & Co. jan 12 __ For Freight, v Tjie new schr. CAROLINE, capt. [.Milligan ; cairies about 9oo bbls. is in ! complete order for the reception oi a cargo ; will take a freight to any eastern or southern : p°rt- % Also, ► The scbr HOPE 4* PttEBE, capt. Charge ; burthen about boo bbls : is nearly a new vessel and in complete order. She will take a freight to the West Indies or any southern port. Apply to dec 10 vV. FOWLER Co. hor Freight, The new superior ami fast sailing orig HARRIOT <$• U/CY, William j Farnsworth, waster, burthen about 12oobbls j and will be ready to load in a few da^ys; she | will take freight to the VV. Indies, New-Or- i leans or Europe. Apply to J. II. LADD, & Co. V» ho offer for sale her cargo consisting of G2o casks fresh lime 2o« bushels potatoes 2ooo feel hard-wood joist Iooo do do plank. Dec 9 For Freight, , The schr LADY-BROOKS, Jere imiah Wheelwright, master; burthen 1UUU bbls ; she is an excellent vessel, only 2 years old, and will be ready to load in a few days ; one half her cargo is provided for any approved market which the shippers of the residue may prefer, and we recommend the master as consignee. Apply to JOHN H. LADD & Co. Who offer for sale the cargo uf said vessel, 2600 bush Liverpool blown salt 2 hhdg and 9 bbls Muscovado sugar 11 do molasses 14 bbls N E rum 34 do No 1 and 2 mackerel 1000 wl cheese 21 tons plaster 25 quintals cod fish leases shoes Apples,cranberries, beets, carrots, turnips Cider and boards Also landing from brig Benefactor, 14 hhds Jamaica and Wind. Island rum 4 do and 8 bbls Muscovado sugar, december 1 Foe ••Freight. c Tnesdir. Susan,captain Ames, car irieswiDout Hoo barrel*, is a new ves seI and fills'1 weLL—will take freight to the VV. Indies, or to a southern port. Apply to * ABIJ AH ADAMS. Who offers forsale her cargo of 19o tons plas plaster. # • is store, 5o hags coffee loo sacks £alt • 3oo barrels tar 5o bblsN. E. Rum: lohhds. molasses lo do sugar 1st quality ' Dec. 6 For Freight, L The brig SUSAN, captain Hobbs; Scarries about 1600 bbls; is a good vessel, and will be ready lor a cartto in a few days. Apply to Wm, FOWLK&Co. V\ ho have for sale said orig’s cargo, ot 20U tons plaster paris Also landing from schr. Thetis, capi Hedges, 15 bills Muscovado sugai 6 hhds retailing molasses Vor freight, The superior schr THETIS, Hed iges. master ; carriesabout lOUObbls; is a rirs: rate vessel ; will be ready lor a car go in 3 Jays, and ran take a freight to the 'V. Indies,or a southern port. Apply as above. Leesburg Hotel a**d Coffee House. P FOLEY respectfully infoms the citi • zens of Leesburg, and the public ge nerally, that he has taken that large and com modious establishment lattdy occupied by Sam’l L, Edwards, on Loudoun Street, di rectly leading from Alexandria, Washington and Georgetown to Charlestown, Battletown, ; and Winchester ; where trom the superior 1 accommodations and attention to the conve nience and comtort ot travellers, he hopes togive the greatest satisfaction to those who honor his house. N. B. The most attentive servants always provided. jan 3 Wood’s Improved (FREEBORN) Patent Cast Iron Plough. T1US indispensable implement in hus bandry is at length perfected, Jethro Wood, a practical Farmer, in Cayuga cy. state of N York, after many years attention to the subject, has overcome all prejudice.-— His Cast Iron Plough, already patented in England, in France, in Russia, and in the U. Slates, where it will supersede all others, is now offered the public with improvements, warranted to perform all the various ope rations ol ploughing with less expense and far le«s fatigue to the team, than a?iy other plough—the land side, mould board and share being all of cast metal tempered so as to iesist friction much louger than wrought iron laid with steel. The shares being cast in moulds exactly fitted, by taking several w ith each Plough, net only avoids the ex pense, but tiie delay so often amending re pair. Orders for the above Ploughs, Shares, &e. promptly executed, and a liberal dis count made to those who buy to sell again, by J. H. LADD, & Co. jan 22 Proprietors' Agents, Alexandria. New Publications And other valuable Hooks JUST received and for fale by JAMES KENNEDY <$• SON, Complete sets of the Sketch Book, by GeofTry Crayon, gent. Do Salmagundi, new series Beringtnn’s lives of Abeillard & Heloise Oak wood Hall, a novel in 2 vols Crabbe’s Tales of the Hall, 2 vols Tales of my Landlord, 3d series Walsh’s Appeal to the people of the Uni ted States Bonnycastle’s Account of Soutii America Pazos's letters on do Darby’s Tour Irom New-York to Detroit Latrobe’s Visit to Soulh Africa Hall’s Account to the Loo Choo Islands Barrington and Beaufoy on the North Pole Dubois’s Account of India De Stael on the French Revolution Ilazlitt’s Lectures on the comic writers of G. Britain Phillips's Speecncs Do Recollections of Curran Memoirs of Dr. Finley Giltes’ History of Greece Goldsmith’s History of Rome The works of Hannah More, Milton,1Thorr. son, Goldsmith Cowper, an 1 Burns, in ele gant calf giit binding; elegant extracts in prose and verse, 12 vols. c. gilt ; with ma ny others; bibles, testaments, common pray er, psalm.' and hymn hooks, of all sizes and in every kind of binding ; cheap testaments suitable lor schools ; all the latin and Greek classics now in use. eotf nov 13 Aromatic For Catarrh ■C'-t •! rn-i; Ms la* fti ? ':>• I | Simft, I a- * | t Sr Head arht. npiIIS Snuff, as celebrated for its a^rce dE ble fragrance as lor its efficacy in the cure ol recent catarrh and slow nervous headache, is used and approved by the pre sent professor ofChemistry in the universi ty ot Cambridge, Miss. and by some of the nost respectable gentlemen of the facility , in the United States—It is ilso particular ly' recommended ny Dr Waterhouse, laU professor of the theory and practice o! phy sic, in the above seminary—whose certfti-. cate accompanies each bot’ie.—Sold hyj JAMES KEN.NEDV k SON, Sole A^ent* for Alexandria Notice. fTMIE undersigned being anxious to close 1- their business, anti believing that no thing short of a determination not to prose cute it for (lie present, will enable them to effect so desirable an event, reaped fully and earnestly solicit all those who are indebted to ’hem, to make immediate payment, in or der to enable them to meet more promptly the demands of those to whom the ’ are in debted. R. &J. MANDEV'iLLE. angu^t 18 iSllors. 1 FRESH supply ju-t received and for sale by die subscribers, consisting of the following kinds :— 300 pair ladies’ morocco walking shoes 100 do do cork sole do do 50 do do morocco bootees 300 do do do slips 500 do do do do with heels dUO do do leather walking shoes, thick soles 400 do VV. C. black 4* col’d roan slips r 8oj do do leather pumps GOO do do do thick soles 200 do missew’ do shoes 50 do ladies’ white kid slips 200 do misses’ hik 4* col’d mor. do GOO do men’s thick shoes 300 do nail'd do 800 do boys’ do do 3oo do do bound do 4oo do men’s do do loo do gentlemen’s fine do loo do do do pumps In Store, Men’s low priced fur and wool hats. All of the above articles are offered for sale, at reduced prices, for cash -—Country merchants supplied at Baltimore and Rbi j la lelphia prices._S. <$• D. REEO. H«k1o'.v Glass, c^c. ONE case half pint tumblers, 144 doz. I case looking gasses, 24 doz. 2 ca^es slates, 130 doz. I case tape, assorted I case black velvet ribbon, from I to 3o. For sale, che^p, payable in Mechanics’ Bank paper, or liberal credit, bv BUTTS & CAWOOD, Who kef!y by Retail A constant supply of family Flour for cash, only the profit being to small to admit of calling for payment. Dec. 0. 4 00 Dollars Reward. E>AN AWAY fiom the subscriber, living i in Pomonkey Neck, Charles county, Maryland, opposite Mount Vernon, a very likely negro man, known by the name of JAMES HOOE,—of dark complexion, about 5 feet 9 or lo inches high.—He is a very po lite negro of easy familiar speech, and is a good waiter, carriage driver, and carpenter. His clothing is not known. Whoever will apprehend said negro, and secure him in any jail, so that I get him again, shall receive thirty dollars, if taken in Alexandria or the City of Washington, or thirty miles from home—if fifty miles, fitly dollars—and it in Pennsylvania, the above reward. It is probable he may be about the City of Washington, or Baltimore, endeavoring to make his way to Philadelphia. Dec. 16 6v? THOMAS MARSHALL Henry C. Slade & Co. HAVE received by ship Boston, part of their fall importation of mRBWARR 6, CUTLERY. The residue is daily expected, which together with their former stock, renders their assortment extensive ; they have like wise on hand, Bar, hoop and sheet iron Blister'd, Crowley, German & cast steel Anvils, vices and bellows Cut and wrought nails Sbovetaand spades Cooking, Franklin, box & ten plate stoves, Jllso, Cordage and cotton seine twine, &c. &c. nor. 6 dtf The Subscriber, FIN DING il necessary to close his busi ness, iu order to collect his debts, re i quests all whose accounts have over run the usual credit, to make immediate payment, as no further indulgence can be given. The business in future will be c< ndiicted undei the firm of HENRY C. SLADE Si CO. at the old stand, who is fully authorised to make collections, &c. | m>v8_dtf CHARLES SLADE. Mahogany ^ Furniture. I HAVE just received per sloop Fanny, from Baltimore, about 5ooo feet Bay Ma hogany, in logs, which will be sold to suit purchasers, either in the log or board, at a reduced price. Gentlemen who are b,uild i-ng can be supplied with band-railing, cut to any dimensions, at a short notice. Jllsot on hand, and for sale, A quantity of cabinet furniture, which will be sold cheap, and warranted to be made by the best workmen, and of the best materials. All orders for furniture, which thesubscri ber may be fivored with from the country or elsewhere, will be promptly attended to, and executed in a superior «tyle. ROBERT ABERCROMBIE, j The National Intelligencer will insert the above three times, and forward their account to this office. oct. 25 50 120 4 10 30 4 Bryan I Sampson & Co. HAVE on hand, and offer for sale— 85 hhds. 100 bids. 1st $* 2d quality Muscovado sugars 50 hhds. bright molassed do Jamaica and Antigua rum bag« prime green coffee pipes London part. Teneriffe wfne do Sicily Madeira do quarter casks Malaga do cases London mustard containing pounds* hall pound cannisters hhds. English alum Ihs. madder A few tons patent shot, assorted sizes While lead in kegs 1000 lbs. bee*’ wax 6000 bushels ground alum L,, rP 15'J sacks fine ) 1 400 tons plai-ler. With a general assortment of groceries, and a constant supply of the best family fl<.nr. September 27 1500 Sig.ir, Coffee, lleinp, &c. Ff 'HE cargo of the schooner New Packet, JL Show, trom Boston, for sale bv WM FOWLED CO. 25 hhds. of St. Croix sugars of -up. qual. 120 bids, muscovado do. of good quality 7000 lbs coffee 1 1 tons first quality St. Petersburg hemp 70 bolts Hussia duck 70 casks nails ot different sizes 10 casks linseed } pIT 7 do lamp f UlL An invoice ef silk goods, consisting of 1 case Nankin crapes 2 do sewing siik, assorted colons 1 do sarsenetts do 3 do levantine shawls do All of which were particularly selected in Canton, and are of superior quality. Also, for sule, The cargo of schr. Seneca, capt. Winslow, ! from Portland ; 31 bbls. muscovado sugar 5 hhds. retailing molasses 20,000 feet merchantable clear lumber 1,600 bushel- potatoes. | Nautical Almanacs for 1820 and ’21. BOWDITUH’S navigator Blunt’s coast pilot Shipmaster’s assistant Seamen’s journals Cargo hooks Mercantile and shipping blanks. A general assortment of chart?, mathema tical instruments, singly and in cases, of all prices—Gunter’s scales and dividers—Day and night telescopes—Heading glasses of various sizes—pocket perspective glasses | with eight draws—-silver and plated specta cles. For sale by nov 18 dif J. KENNEDY & SON. Signor Muscarelli, PROFESSOR of Music, lately from Italy, 1 a resident of Georgetown, intends devo- 1 t ng some of his time to the ladies and gen tlemen of Alexandria in the line of his pro fession. He teaches vocal music and the pi ano forte after the much approved Italian manner, in accompanying the scholar with his violin. He can give lessons on the French, English and Spanish guitar, *«nd on the violin if wished. He also tenders his services in tu ning piano fortes. The days which his en- ■ gngemenfs in Georgetown and Washington have left him are Wednesday and Saturday Further particulars may be had, by ma king application at LOUIS BEELER'S con fectionery store, King-street. Wanted to purchase, AN ACTIVE ROY of color. 12 tol4 y’rs of age. Inquire of the printer. Boots fy Shoes. TtHLLlAM TRUE, hasju?t receivedar.(l W ▼ offers for sale. on llie most reasonable terms, a general assortment of ladies*, geii*» tlemen’s, and children’s coarse and And SHOES, suitable for the present and pToaciiiiig season, and warranted good. Ai.se, A general assortment of men’s and boy& coarse and fine Hats. All the above articles are offered wholesale or roteil at the lowest Baltimore and Philadelphia prices. October £8 ~ tf * Canton Crapes, £$c. ^I^IIREE boxes Canton crape* of superior -I quality and assorted co ors 1 case first quality flag hdkfs now landing anri lor sale by W. FOVVLE 4‘ CO. Who have also landing from schrs. Elizabeth f . and Ih,P? & Phcebe, 100 boxes candles (Sampson’s brand) aa1 sorted sizes 100 sides red sole leather 20 bbls. tanners’ oil. nov Blank Books urtd Stationary J Articles. t'ST received and for safe by JAMES KENNEDY & SON, A complete assortment of ledgers, jou* nals and day books; letter, invoice, blank ana mem. books of every size and variety, faint lined and plain Record books of every description, faint lined ana plain 2501ms 1. cap writing paper, No. 1,2 100 do s. fine qto post, gilt, colored, & £ not pressed and plain, of tbe manufacture of i.Iatthews, Amies, and D Amts British and American folio post tlitlo quarto gilt and mournirg do 45groce bonnet boards, white and blue superfine, hot pressed playing cards, whiff and figured backs A very large assortment of ihe best quills, ink powder British and American, black lead pencils k crayons, camels’ hair do, Reeves’s water colors in boxes and singly, genuine ifulo ink, hi 111sh drju’inft P^ppT of nil 8izf*s inkstands of all the various kinds ; blank ail visiting cards, plain, gilt and military em* bossed, chess men, hone and ivory, bark> gammon and chess hoards, slates and pencils or all sizes, ladies’and gentlerm n’s elegant morocco pocket books with and without in struments. morocco j urses, thread cases and wallets, penknives of superior qualify, silver pencil cases and thimbles, port folios and writing desks ; an assortment of low priced paper hangings of new patterns, box boards band boxes assorted, kc. kc. ORDERS FOR BLJUVK HOOKS, piled to particular patterns, executed wiiji neatness . ( dispatch dlf nov 12 Fresh Medicines, . t ^ -T’ jcieiwd fcom Lech* Ivhdicine w Store, Maidcu-Laur, flew.Ycrft, and for suit* by JAMES KENKEDY & SUN, ^Who have Ioi mhiiv j ftHi’s btv n sol® agents for Alexandria) \viUi the fpl lowing recommendations_ J la null on's ff onn (icstvoiiitig bazengesp \.y which a vast number <>t prisons have been relieved from this darge, rous complaint during the last sixteen years. Kuhn's •Antibilious Pills, Celebrated for the Prevention and Cure of bilious disorders. Humilton9s Elixir, Effectual for the chit of colds, obsti nate coughs, asthmas, kc. Hamilton's brand llcstovutitc, Recommended as an invaluable medi cine for the speedy relit / of nervouf complaints, low spirits, loss of aunt titc, kc. ' Hamilton's Essence and Extract of Mustard, Esteemed a safe and efficacious reme dy in acute and chronic rhewmatisra, gout, kc. kc. | ^ Let's Ointment for the Itch, I Warranted to cure at on**, application I and to be perfectly innocent in the me. Hahn's Genuine Com J luster, For the. speedy removal of turns witjj out pain. Hahn’s Genuine Eye hater, For the cure of diseases of the eyej. Tooth Jichc Drops, j Affording relief in the most violent At, ; tacks. Genuine Persian Lotion, I A valuable cosmetic for removing eruptions on the. faro and skin, ner fedly innocent and free from any* in jurious ingredient. Restorative Powder for the Teeth and Gums. Pamphlets may be had gratis at tlio place of sale, containing a more par ticular account of the medicines, with the cases of cures performed in con firmation of the character dven dT them, . Henry Berry, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Residing in Charlestoun, WILL practice in the Superior & CoujB* ty Courts of Jefferson, Berkely aq£ Frederick ; he tenders bis professional servr* ces to his Iriends and acquaintances of Aleii atdria its vicinity. wfrolw