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Alexandria County,) ■*“l. s February Term, 18^1 Ordkred, >>1)1 AT the administratrix of William 1 T. Swann, deceased, do give the u ,j,| notice to debtors and creditors, thtee tujjeia week tour weeks in the Alexandria •ia/i ti*' d* Herald. A copy. Teste. A. MOORE, Reg’r. Thh it to give Notice, THAT the subscriber, of Alexandria -<>u.iry, in the district of Columbia, has ob * »in«*d from the Orphan’s Court of said :oun> v letter' of administration on the per .,> m i-.afo of William T. Swann, late of ,;i c i'inty aforesaid deceased : All persons * t il' igainsl the said decedent, ir. Hereby warned to exhibit the same to - il.'criber, with the vouchers thereof, >.i" "i by tlie Orphans C ourt, on or before y , i .y of August next, or they may .x be exciude-i from all benefit to said Ml 1 those indebted thereto are re it i , nnke immediate payment. Gi < i: u:i<u-r my hand this 5th of February, 1 rj FRANCES SWANN Vdmiriistratrix of William T. Swa on. • btur.ry 5 Orpin urns’ Court, Alexandria County, ) February Term, 1821. $ Orof.Red, r MltAl' the administratrix of John Bird, 'i_ doceased, do give the usual notice io ( .tors and creditors, three times r week j.m two week*, in the Alexandria Gazette, and Herald. A copy. Teste. A. MOORE, Reg’r. This is to *ivr AWk . THAT the subsciiher, • Alexandria i-ounty, in the district ot Columbia, ha- ob- j t lined t’rom the Orphans’ Court ot raid; ,o. letters of administration cn tk estate ; ,,i J0hn Bird, late oj the comity amre-j lec^ased : All per-ons Inviua: claims j .j,v.i t'ne s.jid decedem, a e hereby war •* • ;o exhibit the same to the subsciiher, u i*h ihe vouchers ihereol, pas^l ‘\Y the u -hms* court, c*n or before the 5th day i.l Xu^ii-t iiex', or they may hy hw be ♦ x i u I d from all heiielit to said estate—and i o-e in.lei Ucd thereto, are requited to j udixte payment. Given under n.% hand this 5th February. I8v*l. , REBECCA F BIRD, j \dministratrix ->l John B’rd, deceased. ! fehmarv ”> Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, ) February 1 enn, loVL J, Ordf.rkp, f^H A I’ the executrix of Beale Howard, a .1 .-tea-ed, do give tile usual notice to linkers and cro liters time times a week pi*- t»v<» weeks, in toe Alexandria Gazette and rlerJd. A copy, l’esle A. MOOuE, Rwg’r. This is to give .Notice. THAT the subscriber, ot Alexandria r .unty, in the district of Columbia, lias o;> • nr i from ihe orphan’s court of aid . cfy lftiers testamentary on the estate o! / ile Harvard, late ot the couuty aforesaid ■\ 11 All persons havmsr cl-'im* a v-ntist tin; and i1e»cdi nt, are here y tv.nu • i to exhibit the * i*ne, with the vouchers tii. reof, to the subscriber, passed by the <>r;*li .nT Court, on or before the 5th day of Nudist next, or they may by law be ex «!tided from all benefit to said estat* ; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment, Given under my batid this 5th day of Febiuary. HJslI. ANN HOWARD, Executrix of Beale Howard, dec i. ■•brpary 6___ Orphans’ Omirt, Alexandria County, ( February Term, J8jM.S ; Ordered, rjUlAi’ tut evtr i oi of John Turpin , l Brooks, eec* a-eu <o -riser: ihe u-uai i I’Otiee to u- btors an I t r i»oi- three limes a week three weeks in the Aler.r r. iria Gazette an i 11, raid. A copy. Teste, A. oOORE Register. 1 his is to give Sot^ce. ' THAI' iu* «ult«i..rii-er, i,| Alexandria -« !i )*y. in tin? di>tr;» t Di C: i .1 bia, lias ob t,;,ii iiuin the (frphans* Cmu. • r>f sari coun tv ' tifi? tostaim nmry on 1 lit • *' »•»* «»• John "■'pin brocks, hie c• t the < eurly afore* 5 ’ f> c* : All pers »n« havini; claims .. i>vt the said deced«*nf.: re h. t by >v ♦ rn * i * • exhibit tii** same, with the vouchers * .... „r to the subscriber, j.-is»e by theor j .on' court- on or before the 5; • lay ol V’tL'u.t next, or the;’’ may, by law,beex * i! from .ill benefit to said estate ; and ‘ * i•• v >te i thereto are r« quired to make i" fr*te payment. fi'\e:; under my hand this 5th day ol Feb r .'V, ItA'l. EDMOND EDMONDS, Executor ol John furpin Brooke. '*'hruii\ 5 <i *!\sl National Lottery. * BV CONGRESS—FOURTH CLASS. . o .In y s ffr>, j« / r \ 901 & 27173, prizes ot 1000 do’s. No. 3033 a prize of loo dols. 15/A linif's i rnivinz. ^ ; f'l! At &. 1 T38 prizes of looo dnl?. N.. -7 • 15 a prize of 5oo dols- . N'). i‘C47 - loo dols. ce.»t!i ilrawinjr over, \ll:c I '•I'.''' oil; i)i i/* s wt *1 b • ds n\\ 11 : 1 of 33.‘if' Dollars t <1* io.f.00 doll*;. 3 of 5j“0U :*2 of a large number of 590, 100 and 10 '• ' ii prizes, /’ickets an 1 shares in a varie ' « 1 numbers, at hi Eli it w mxinuii, Draws again Till' DAY. CCF* d n !v*-ts t — S i>t propor !*'»: t O. fell 5 For ict lit, \ CONVENIENT brick DWELLING - ^ : HJSK, on the c«un*»r of Jefferson i1" ! f.»irt i\ streets ; the lent will be made ! •. pi ivi-ied immediate application be Apply to D. METCALF. Mechanic Relief Society. 1 stated quarterly meeting of the Me* X\. cbanic Kelief Society, will be held at the Town Halt, on Wednesday evening, the 7th inst, at 6 o’clock. JAS. S. SCOTT, Sec'y. ieb 3 td Wanted to Hire, I>Y the year—a Negro GIRL, from 12 y to 16 years of age ; lor which liberal wages will be given. For further inlorma tion apply to the Printer. February 2 ___if Wanted to Hire or Purchase, VN industrious, sober, and honest negro man, well acquainted with tanning,and the management of burses, and rvho has some know ledge ol gardening. ja,.3U A.C CAZKNOVE. _ Lost., ON Saturday morning last, in or near the market, a memorandum pocket hook, containing about TWENTY DOLLARS, in bank notes. The finder shall receive Five Dollars by leaving the ‘•ante with its contents at this office. january to Whiskey, Clover Seed, fcjc. I FIFTEEN barrels Island 4th p whiskey 1 2u bbls beet and pork luuo lbs Goshen cheese; received for sale by SAML. MES3ERSMITIJ. ALSO, Ho bushels Penns} Ivania CLO^ LK* SEED. j»»- -7 ( Ginseng. INSENG purchased by X SAMUEL MESSERSM1TH. january 27 Sugars $ PUlster. JOHN1 H. LADD Si Co have just re ceived byschr. Pharamond, for sale, id hhdsfirstqu.il. Musco Sugars 9 tierces do do 60 tons plaister Paris. _jan. 3 For Stile, \ LlKfil V young NEOKO MAN, a bis zY cuit Baker by trade. For terms apply at this office._U_ .QQ * J. it. Ladd bj Fo. /AFFEK for sale the cargo ofschr Joseph, I'.J 4000 ouii:els oats, heavy and ot su perior quality 52 barrels apples January 2_. Notice. \BU AH ADAMS has this day taken his . biother Andrew 11. Adams info copart nership—the business will be conducted un der the firm of A. & A. H. ADAMS. j muary 2__ Transfer Tobacco, PURCHASED BY decernber 28 S. & D. HEED. Win. Fowle & Co. jj 1 AVTE received per ship Jane, direct fin <t 1 Bordeaux, 20 pipes of first quality Cog iar Brandy, which can be sold moderate irices. dccember 4 Maryland Tobacco. W!K. FOTLE& Co. will purchase a few hogsheads Maryland 1 OBAC ^O, if immediate application is made. December 7__ Four years old 5lit proof Miiikey, i~fcF a superior quality, jusf received and * r for sale by KERR & FI i'ZHCGH, Wtmhrveoi hand i well -elected assort incii* GROCERIES, which will be sold ■ w ;; ; . asb. dec 5 Cltcose ami Apples. T^IOI.TV ca-k« Goshen cheese, and L 50 r»!s Nr wfown pippins JOr! . POPHA.M, rhompson’s wharf j deceu»her 5_| (jr tods for Sale. \ T fftl. F JJFLE & Co. offer for sale. «• » 16 ton- first quality St. Petersburg Hemp 250 holts 1st 2d $• 3d quality duck. 60 pieces Ravens, 1U«t - sheetings. dec 1 For S.tle, t T Fort Washington, (Potomac) about A. three liundreil pork, tlour, and whisky barret.s. tt dec i ^ Wants a 8it.r tio \VOUNG MAN qualified to take charge .of a set ol books and conversant with business generally. The best recommenda tions can be bad. Enquire of the printer, novemberlfi dtt To Unit, ff^HE house at present occupied by Air. ]J Josiah VV ttson, as ttie Post Ollice. Pos session may be bad immediately* For terms apply to THOMAS BKOCCHUS. October 3 ti Ladies* Walking Shoes. * FKESH supply of ladies* morocco and * leather walking shoes, with a general assortment of other kinds, just received, .and for sale at low prices for cash, by S. 4* D. REED. In Store. Msn’s and boys’ low priced fur and wool hats. December 28 Pi-lister, Suit ts Wine. I OHN H L\DD and Co. have receiv •J ed for sale, loo tons plaistcr Paris 879 baskets salt 5 quaiter casks Malaga wine 5 quarter casks Malaga Sherry wine 5 boxes containing 6o bottles cold pressed castor oil.Dec, 29 Brandy, Shirtings, 8jc. JCbT received, and for sale, 6 pipes 4th proof cognac brandy 4 cases power loom shirtings and sheet ings, very superior I cas» fine sattinetts ; and an assortment of American cotton goods. nov 15 A- C. CAZENOV E & Co5 I The Ste;tm Boat lJotomac i C APTAIN Middleton—from the ap pearance of the Ire P't* Hi'fe, will leave this place for Norfolk oil I liars ; iIhv morning next, the 8th inst. at 9 ! o’clock. il (lie weather should be such as to ■ render it probable that tbe Riv<»r may ! again close. and induce an earlier d<* . parture. Notice will will he gi\eu 10 * the newspapers, and at Brown’s Hotel in the city of Wa-liington. fell f> Allegany Butter § Whiskey. JUSi’ received, 2,000 ibs. of Alleghany BUTTER, in small tirkins, suitable for family use, which wil* be found on trial, of a very superior quality* Also, 30 bids, choice WHISKEY, and a quantity of ex cellent PORK ; which, with an extensive supply' of Groceries, will be sold low tor cash. JAS. H. ANDERSON k Co. Rest Family Flour selected as usual. January 30_ House of Industry. rJ^HE Home of Industry is now inopeia J tion for Mie delivery ot Vv ork & Soup . | to the poor as U'Ual—donations from the! benevolent will he most th ink lolly received | I either in money, wood, vegetables or arti- < cles ot clothing, and will he faithfully ap plied. Private families can be supplied with good Soup at six cents per quart. jammy 23_■ Fresh Teas. JUST received per sloop Armada, Kirt- j land, from .Veiv-York, Gu powder and I Imperial tea in chests and halt chests, Su- j sannah's cargo, imported 23d lasst moth,for sale by SAM L. MESSERSMITH. I IN STORE, 120 boxes Gunpowder 7’EA 20 4lh (-..Ministers do 80 21b cannisters Imperial do II chests and 5 hall chests Y. Hyson do Ontario’s cargo. dec 2d A. U. Cazeiiove § Co. AVE for sale London particular Madeira w ine, do do Burgundy, do do Market, Malaga, In pipes. half pipes, an > (junrter rasks, Cognac brandy, 4th proof, o*d genuine New- England Kuril, Retailing Molasses, Baltimore window glass, Dupont's gun powder Cameras, Flotant indigo, very superior. 6lc. &c. 4*c. decemher Id 9 I TYLER’S BRIZE LIST Of the 20th Hay's Droning of the T1ITKII CLASS, Xo *11,558 a prize of D.1000 1753 1378 100 3068 8468 9216 50 All Sold at Tyler’s truly fortunate cilice. ♦Sold in shares on Saturday last. Cash advanced for prizes as soon as drawn. Draws again on FRIDAY morning, when the splendid prize of 20,000 dollars goes into the w heel, and may come up in ten minutes! Those who w ish a chance at this splendid prize would do well to apply TY LEU’S Lucky Office, where it w ill be recollected that with n a few day; prizes to the amount of more than 50.000 dollars have been obtained. The following splendid prizes remain yet to he drawn in thi-most popular ot all iotte ries, and w ill be completed it* a lew days, 4o,noo DOLL. 1US. 20.000 DOLL A US. looo dots looo dols 1 ooo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dels looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo del; looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dots looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dots looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols looo dols besides a gieat number ot 500 dols. 100, 4tc. All payable in American gold. Cadi advanced for prizes as .soon as drawn, and prize tickets received in payment lor tick ets. All orders promptly attended to by B. O. Tyler, at either ot his offices in Washington City, Baltimore. New-York, Albany, or Montre al. Also J H RUNNELS, Opposite ratim 3* IhAc/u r's, k'mg st. who lias been appointed agent lor the above lottery in Alexandria. Orders ench.sing cash or prize tickets promptly attended to, and a list of all the drawings may be exa mined gratuitously January 31 Notice. \/tRS. MUlii, wishing to contribute in liJLsone measure towards the support ot her h nily, embraces this opportunity ol no* tityiiig- her friends. a«;<i (lie public in general, thaishe proposeslakiog boarders,and noubl be happy’ to accommodate a number from the age ot six to fourteen. The terms, which are moderate, may lie known by applying at her residence on RoyaPstreet. de< 28 Kor Rent, * TWO three story Brick DWT.L. LI \(;«; »n.J STORKS, at the cor. CjiJinerot King & Washington streets, one a! present occupied by the col lector, ami the other by Mr. West .Whom. _.1. MORGAN, Cashier. To Rent, j-^i And possession given between the flTTfj present time ami March n»-xt, that SiSlr'"." -..L“ elegant and commodious three stoiy brick house. the Union nml Marine Hotel, situated on Union-street, near the Potomac. It is admirably calculated lor the accommo dation ol travellers from Maryland, and sea faring gentlemen. It has been occupied as a tavern for many years past. For terms apply to ANTHONY RHODES, iinmrv 95 If To JiOt, That two story brick store, and dwelling bouse on Union street, late Ificl ^ie le''l'le,,Ce °l Mr. J. Leap. ALSO, One other two story brick tenement, ad joining the above,well calculated for a small store and dwelling. The situation ol the above property (being near the wharf) is well established as a place ot business, being occupied as such lor ma ny years. For terms aoplv to AN n LEAP, or ‘ WM.N. MILLS. To Kent, That large and elegant three sto -• a Try brii k dwelling house on the south • * !; side ol King street, between Pift and St. Asaph streets, now in the occu pancy ol H. Ciagett Possession may be had immediately. For teims appllv to Mr. Ciagett, or A. LYNN. derembor4 tf For Freight, THE schooner LEVANT, H. Grif. .•fi/Sifith, master; burthen about 75o bis. She is a last sailing, first rate vessel, not f tvo years old. Freight for Frazils or the West Indies would he preferred. Apply to JOHN H. LADD k Co. Who have for sale on board that vessel, 7A ton* plaister ca«k of blocks. For Freight, ..iyi) The sloop HELTA, O. B. Wright, ... . master, burthen about 600 bbls ; she is an excellent vessel; about lour years old, now in readiness to load, in preference to the West Indies or a southern port. Apply to JOHN H. LADD £ Co. l’an 5 For I’crnamburo and back to Alexandria, f&K The superior hng FACTOR, George Brewster, master, is now loading, and will sail in allow days: 150 bis Hour or small articles will be taken on freight. Apply to WM. FOWLE &. Co. Who have for sale the cargo of schnr Will iam. capt. Bearing, from Portsmouth,of 2000 bushels Liverpool coarse salt 5000 It».sgreen coffee ianuarv 3 For Portland, The srlu r. .*• VII K V, captain i&feifcS Emery, will sail in a few days, and lake some freight it i lu red immediately.— Apply to WM. FOWLE &: Co: M7io have for sale said scluirs. cargo of 60,000 feet merchantable lumber decern her 27 For Freight, The schooner ROLLA, Capt. Pet Jee, carries 1300 barrels,an excellent vessel, and will be ready for a cargo in lour days. Apply to WM. FOWLE & Co. Who have received for sale their cargoes of 320 tons plaster paris J2 pipes ^ Sicily Madeira wine, 8 half pipes / Woodhouse’s brand, of 16 qr. casks ) the vintage of 1815 150 boxi s Irush Muscatel and bloom rai sins 20 sacks of shelled and unshelled al monds decetnber 25 Vessels \> anted. Four VESSELS of about Iooo bids. .iJ'&SieAch, ior Halifax. St. Johns, Eastport ami Newburyport. Apply to IN H. dec 11 JOHN H. LADD k Co For Freight, THE superior Brig OLIVE, Isaac .-^Lincoln. Master, burthen about 2000 Ids. She is now ready ior a cargo. Also, The Schooner ELIZA, Garret Phillips. Master, burthen about 1000 bis. She is a t^ood vessel, and will be ready ior a cargo in one week. Also, The Schooner CAROLINE b NANCY, F. Fisher, Master, burthen about 7G0 bis. She is an excellent vessel, only two years old, ami will soon be ready to load. Apply to JOHN H' LADD & Co Who have now afloat, ior sale, rec’d by said vessels, 2500 bushels, best Manchester coal, quality that will be approved. 2500 bush. Liverpool coarse salt. f> M. clear boards. For Freight, to the West-In dies or a Southern Port, 'Mir superior srlir ANN* Bar nabas Webb, master, burthen looo bids, will be ready to receive a cargo in a few days- Apply to WM. FOWLER Co Who have received, for sale, by the above vessel, Too casks Thoinastown lime oooo feet merchantable lumber VI A? CTM»N. I'ublic Sale. On TUESDAY, at 10 A. M. Will be sold ar the auction store, on ac count of tbe underwriters, 14 hints sugar, part of the cargo ol tbo brig Cumberland. And at the same tim^ without reserve, 1 cable; groceries and Dry good*, as usual. Aito% 10 bis No. 1 prime betj. feb 1 S; A. MAKSTELLER, auct. tted House Landing. IE subscriber having rented liie cele brated Herring Landing, known by the name of the Red House or Lear’s Land ing, about four miles below Alexandria, gives notice to persons desirous of putting up Herrings, and to waggoners in particu lar, that every attention will be paid to supplying th^m on the lowest terms and shortest notice, as this landing has never been known to fail. The road to the land ing is good, and the distance so short that it must be an inducement to those who want good, sound, and fresh fish, to prefer it to the Alexandria market. Persons wishing Shad or Herrings put up for family use, by giving timely notice, will have them warranted of the best quali ty. JILSON DOVE. january 31_ IS now opened on the premises formerly occupied by Thomas Triplett, on Wasb I inglon street, between King and Prince* streets, where citizens and travellers can be accommodated with a careful Ostler, and hay and grain three times a day for fif ty cents, or by the month at ten dollars.— As there is a large lot attached to the pre mises, with the accommodation ofa pump. Drovers, and those that have horses tor sale, will find it to their advantage to call, as they may get hay by the small, grain as they may want it ; and those disposed to purchase Horses, hv leaving a descrip tion shall have the earliest notice. A Livery Stable JAMES ALLISON & Co. February 1 Coal tor sale—for cash. 4 CONSIGNMENT of good Manehes lV ter COAL, to close the sale, will he sold low for cash, in lots to suit purcha sers. Those wanting lor grates or smith’s use, in small quantities, will find it to their interest to make an immediate appli cation to me, as there is but about a thou sand bushels unsold. WM. B. STUART. January 30 6t Best Lamp Oil. ONE thousand gallons winter pressed Spermaceti Oil. warranted o; prime quality, iu-t received per sloop Brothers, ami foi sale by T. H. HOWLAND. 12th me 9 >iasous Wanted. SEVEN'!'Y-FIV'E stone mas ms wanted to work at Fort .Monroe, 0!*’ Point Com fort. where constant employnmn* and good wages will be given tor the firsi rate work* men, and none others need apply. Also, I titty able bodied laboring ion, black or I white, to attend *>n tin.* workim rt Apply at the above Fort to liol't/ia Laws, \ho lias lived at the place for a long time, and can say it is very healthy. d"• 5 The National Intelligencer Baltimore Ft■ deral Gazette, Leesbtre j..* ja.i. ar.ri Winchester Gazelm, «iM inst il the c'.ove four months, and send their accounts to this office. Nolice. rl^HE subscriber having assigned to Bi n JL jamin Taylor, lames Fassett and AI len Armstrong, of Philadelphia, his pa debts and effects, for the purposes Ihfo • mentioned, being by them appointed to ?n the goods on hand, consisting of a pretty general assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Looking glasses, Combs, $*c. and to collect the debts—and being dejimus of closing the business as soon as passible, he offers the goods at reduced prices, and solicits those indebted to him to pay their accounts a* speedily as possible, to prevent any unpleasant measure he shall have to re sort to if pay should he delayed. THOMAS MOUNT, jinnuary 11thfam^w « Harter. FOR GOODS or LAND, near the dis. trict—LA COTTAGE FARM, ly< ing in Prince William County, Va. and a. brut 3 miles from Dumfries, containing 375 acres, with two tenements. Enquire of HENRY C. SLADE; Who offers to rent, that very convenient : two story Brick Dwelling, truer end of j King-street, and next door to V M’Leod. I AI«o. that very convenient three story | Brick Dwelling, Store and Cell. r. well fit ted up for a Grocery and Crockery Business, upper end of King-street, and opposite Mr. VVfu. N. Mills. Possession given the fitst of March. mwf2w January 29 Little Biver Turnpike Hoad Company. A dividend of six per cpnt. on the capi. ! tal of this institution for the last 12 months, [is this day declared payable to the Stock, holders or their legal representatives. By order of the Stockholders, JONAH 7’HOMPSON, tre’r. * january 17 wfmtlstMar J (t^* The Washingtonian at Leesburg and \ Gazette, at Winchester, will insert the a. hove and send their accounts to this oflit e.