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ON 1 ESDAY, the 15th in t at 4 o’clock, A ill be >«>ld on the premises, a ' large and convenient brick dwelling and ware-home; late occupied by _ _ _ \r- W. H. Browne. TTiis property is situated oil the «outh side of King between Patrick and Henry streets, in he midst of business, and in the most flourishing and bealthv part ol the town, and in the neigh bourhood of the very beat water. Also, The lot adjoining the above a bout 26 feet front, running back to a large alley having the advantage ,.f mn oTtpnsivp brick walls; this lot could be improved at a small expense— it has on the rear a large well built brick stable, carriage and smoke-house. Terms most liberal, and made known at place of sale. By order o' the Trustee. S. A. MARSTELLER. Auct’r. mav 3._eots , For Sale or Rent, THAT commodious two story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, with uecessary out building, and a large .troll improved garde.i lot, situate at the lower end of Fairlax street. .The terms will be made accommodating either to a purchaser or good tenant. Apply to the Primer_xpril 24 tt_ To Rent, MAnd possession given between the present time and March next, that elegant and commodious three story brick house, the Union uni Marine Hotel, situated on Union-street, near the Potomac It is admirably calculated tor the accommo dation ol travellers from Maryland, ana sea faring gentlemen. It has been occupied as a tavern for many years past. For terras applyZ ANTHONY RHODES, ianuarv 5 ___ To Let. THE houses on King street, lately in the tenure ot Mrs. McDaugall, they have been long estiblisbed as _____ entertainment tor oysters, porter, ale, <frc. and no doubt to an active attentive person in that line, would be productive of profit. To a good tenant the above property will be leased. , _ JAMES M. STEWART. may 8—eo2w___ For Sale or Exchange. I will sell my HOUSE on King street, at a price much below its va Jllue, or will exchange it for smaller property. or for merchandize. It is adapted and completely fitted in every respect for a large tamily, and is well wor thy the attention ot any person desirous of a permanent establirhment. I will also selj that handsomely iituated lot, (quarter square,) cor J| nerof Fayette and Cameron-sts. or part thereof, with or without the improvements. Aiso the S.W . corner lot on Payne it Com nerce-sts.; on which there j* a «t»ble. This lot is desirably i-itmtel for improvement. AI«o the two houses and lots next above the comer ot Payne, on Kim* street This last will be sold low tor cash, or a purchaser may choose their own t'rae by payment ot an annuity. Terms of the whole may be made accom modating. JAS. S. SCO 1 r, aprilS_11 To R**nt, l will rent for the enduing year, or for a term of years, it app>ication,be made by the first Nov. next, 6UU acres ot land, part ot the tract up on which 1 live. There is a comiortab.’e hause upon the premises, and a spring of excellent water quite convenient to it — This farm is but 3 miles from the Potomac. 17 from Alexandria, and 34 trotn the seat of government. The situation is healthy, and convenient to some ot the best markets— the land fertile and well adapted to every kind of produce. For terms apply to BENJ. DULANf, or to ALFRED DULANY, In the Town of Port Tobaeco Also a HOUSE and LOT in the tow n of Port Tobacbo, tor sale or rent. Apply as above. march 15—lawtf__ State ot Maryland, Charles County, ss. ON application to the subscriber, one of the Judge? of the Orphans Court of Charles County, by Petition, in writing, ofMe*hick Wedding,of Charles County, tor the benefit of the act of assembly forth, relief of insolvent debtors, passed at No, vember session, 1805, and the several supe plements thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule of his property and a iistot his creditors on oath, so tar as he can ascertain them, being annexed to his petition, and being satisfied by competent ie*timony that the said Meshack Wedding ha* resided two years immediately prece ding the time ot his application in the state of Maryland, and being also satisfied that the said Meshack Wedding is in actual confinement tor debt, and for no other cause and the said Meshack Wedding having en tered into bond with sufficient security, tor his personal appearance in Charles County court to answer such allegations as hts ere iitors may make against him—It is therefore ordered and adjudged, that the said Meshack Wedding be discharged from imprisonment, and that by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some one of the newspapers edited in the district of Columbia once a wreek tor two months successively before the third Monday of August next he gives notice to his creditors to appear before the said Court at Charles Town in the said counly, on the said third Mon lay in August next, for the purpose of recommending a trustee for their benefit: And to 9bew cause, if any they ha. e, why the said Meshack Wedding should not have the benefit, of the several insolvent laws of this state as prayed, given under my band this 19th day of February, 1821. Trueoopy, J. CAMPBELL. Test. JOHN BARNES, CUrk of Charles County Court. april 9 Cattle Show and Fair, FOR THE EXHIBITION & SALE OF ALL KINDS OF Live Stock, Agricultural implement*. Ac. &•'. WILL be held on Thursday and Fri day the 7th and 8th days ot June neti, at the Maryland Ta.'ern, four mile« from Baltimore, on the Frederick lurnpike Hoad, to commence at 9 o’clock, A. M. on €dch (jgy, The committee appointed on behalf of the llMary,and Agricultural Soctety*’ to mjke arrangements tor a Cattle Show and Fair, for the sale of LiveStock and Agr cultural Implements, have resolved that said Show and Fair beheld at the time and place a bove mentioned, and that the following pre miums be offered: FOR HORSES. For the Stallion bts! calculated to improve our stock of coach horses, a silver pitcher valued at D.3o oo For the Stallion best calculated to improve cur stock of horses for the saddle and for general farming purpose, a pair of sil ver gobiets valued at 2o oo For the best Brood Mare, a but ter-boat valued at lo oo ASSES AND MULES. For the best Jack Ass, a silver can valued at lo oo For the best Jennet do do do lo oo For the best Mule of any age, a pair of silver goblets valued at lo oo NEA1 CATTLE. For the best Bull, not lesss than two years old, a pairot silver goblets, valued at 25 oo For the best Milch Cow, a pair ot silver tumblers, valued at 2o oo For the best yoke of working Oxen, 6 table spoons valued at 25 oo For the best bull Calf under two years old, a silver can valued at lo oo For the best cow Call under two years olo, a silver cream pot, valued at 10 oo HOGS. i For the best Boar of any age, a silver goblet,valued at lo oo For tbe best breeding Sow of a ny age, a silver goblet valued at , lo oo SHEEP. For the best Ham of the Merino breed, a silver can, valued at lo oo For the best of any othei 'Teed. a silver bu ter ladle valued at 5 oo For tbe six best fat Weal hers— mode ot feeding to be communi cated—a silver can, valued at lo oo Tbe above premiums will be awarded only for animals bred within State ot Mary land or the District of Columbia. Four premiums are reserved to be distri buted at ihe discretion of the Society, for objects not embraced under the above spe | cincations, and which may yet appear wor i thy of distinction. It is understood that whenever, merely from the want of competition, any of the claimants might be considered en itled to premium yet if, in the opinion ol tbe jud ges. the object so offe ed possesses no parti cular merit, the judges shall have a light to withhold such premium, and the society may confer it in any oilier case at their dis cretion Persons Intending to offer any species of Stock for Premium, are required to give no tice thereof on or before the 6th day of June, either personally or by letter, address ed to John S. Skinner, Esq. Pod Master. Baltimore; specifying the premium for which they propose to contend. The applicants will be held to a rigi I compliance with this rule. I he examination of every species of . Siock by the judges, to be then appointed, j will take place nil the first day ot exhibition, , and the piemiutns be declared and deliver ed on the second day. All persons, whether members or not, are i at libeity to bring Stock such as horsrs, I milch cows, working oxen, fat bullocks, 1 hogs, sheep, &c. either as subjects lor premium, or tor sa!e, private or public: and an auctioneer will be employed by the So ciety to dispose of such a* may be offeiedat public sale CHARLES RIDGELY,of Hampton, Chairman of the Committtee of Arrangements. P. S.—The Society request the Favor ot all Editors of papers in the District of Co lumbia and the adj ining states to give the preceding Notice a tew insertions. tnav 7 __ Alexandria Bath-House. Margaret garner beg* leave to r turn her thanks to the citizens gene rally, for the very liberal encouragement she received last season, and respectfully 1 informs them that she has made considera ble improvements in the Bath-house. As , the season commences on the 10th instant, : those ladies and gentlemen who wi-h to ob tain Sea«on Tickets, are requested to make 1 immediate application; Season Tickets D.8—Single Baths, 50 cents,or three Tick , ets for one dollar. Every accommodation and attendance will be given to those ladies and gentle 1 men who come to the Bath9 A proper fe male* attendant beingeonstantly in waiting on the ladies: i Dinners, Suppers, Pickled Oysters, Shrymps, j*c. served up on the shortest no tice, together with the best Wines and li quors as usual. may 2 tf Bunk of Potomac. May 4, 1891. NOTICE is hereby givento the Stockhol ders of the Bank of Potomac, that a dividend of profits is declared of two and a ha’f per cent, from the 1st of Nov. 1820 to tbe-Tst of April last. Also the Stockholders of the late Union Bank, that a dividend ot profits of one percent, trom the 1st January, 1821, to the 1st of April Iasi, on the money paid in, is likewise declared, both payable i oo Tuesday nevt, *he 8th of May. By order of the Board, C. PAGE, Cashier, may 5 law3ir At a General Meeting OF the Members of the Mutual Assur ance Society against Fire on Buildings ot the Sta'e of Virginia, held by adjourn ment in the Hall of the House of Delegates at the Capitol in the City ot Richmond, on the 9:b day of Feb. 1821:— The following Resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That Alexander McRae, Branch Cheatham. Benj. Shepparl. James Clarke, and Peter J. Cm vjllie, or an\ thiee ol them !>e appointed a committee with lull power ‘o exanrne into the slate and condition of the funds belonging to the Country Branch of this Society; that they have power to ex amine into the existing laws so far as the Country Branch of the Society is concern ed; that the said committee report to the next general meeting the re-u!l of their la bors. and that they recommend such alter ations and amendments as to them shall seem expedient. Resolved, That when this meeting ad journs, that it he adjourned to the second Monday in June next. A true copy tram «he Journal ot the Ge neral Meeting of the M \. Society. Teste, JAMES RAWLINGS, P.Ag'tM.A. S. Notice. Public notice is hereby given to the .Mem bers of the Mutual Assuiance Society, that a General Meeting of the said Society will be held, in pursuance of the order ot ad journment, the second Monday in June next, at the Capitol in the city ot Richmond when the report of the select committee appointed as above will be made. And as business of the most interesting ard import ant character to the Country Branch ot the Society will be before the meeting, it is earnestly hoped that the Members thereof will be punctual in their attendance, either in person or by proxy. Lists of the members, and the form ol a proxy will be forwarded to the clerk ot each county wherein there are buildings in sured.,with a view to tacilitate the making ot powers. JAMES RAWLINGS, may8 P. Ag'tM. A. S*y. Form of a Proxy or Power of Attorney. -the subscriber— member— of the Mutual A«surance Society against fire on buildings of the State of Virginia, do here by constitute and appoint- -ol - -true and lawful attorney for -and in - — behalf to attend the General Meeting of the said Society to be held in Richmond on the second Monday in June, 1821, and for-and in —— behalf to vote and act on any business which may come before the said meeting as lully as ii - xy— personally present. In ivilness where.>f- ha— set - hau l— and seal— the-day ot-,182', IVitness, A.... B....-[Seal.] The undersigned conceives that a regard to candor of fair dealing, requires him on the present occasion to make a brief expose of the situation of the funds of the society, that the members thereof may be fully in formed of the condition of their institution, and that they may he the better prepared to suggest any measures which the exigency may require. He deems this expose, in this way, the more necessary, because he is aware that notwithstanding the usual efforti to diffuse information through the medium of the an nual reports which ;:re printed and distri buted, that many members, particuly in the country, are not advised ot the state ot their funds, . Summary Statement, shex-ine the condition of the country Branch if the At A So ciety on first May, I82l. The whole amount ot funds and ot debts due totheCountry Branch of the society as per report of 12th Januaiy, 1821, was D33.784 ol The quota or requisition on the members tor the year, 1821 a rnoun s to 13,803 59 1)52,587 96 The losses, iVc. re ported due and un paid on the l2thJan. were D4l,990 03 Since the 12th of Jan. losses have happen ed amounting to a boutthe sum of 22,600 00 -64,590 00 Leaving, without reference to the expenses 4*c. ot the insti tution, a probable deliciency of funds of D12,002 0b Summary Statement of the condition uj ihe funds of the Town Brunch of the ALA' Sucifiy on the 1st, A/ay. 1821. The whole amount of funds belonging to the towns, as per report ot the 18ih Jan. 1821, was, clear of all demands inclu ding the quota ot 1821, estimated at D 173,600 00 There has been received since that time for nnv pre miums and additional premi ums, about 4,400 Ot1 D178,000 00 From which deduct losses by fire which have happened since that time about 18 000 00 Probable Nett Funds of the towns, on 1st May, 1821 160,000 00 JAMES RAWLINGS, may 8 A Ag't M. A. S'y. Marshal’s Sale 1T71LL he sold, on the premises, on Sa ▼ ▼ turday the 2d day of June next, at 10 o’clock A. M. for cash, all the right, title, and interest of Benjamin Baden, in and to a Brick House and Lot. situated on King street, at present occupied by John Grubb, to satisfy an execution in favor ot Joseph Janney. D. MINOR, D.M. april 30—3tawts Notice. rr*HERE will he a meeting of tVe stock l holders of the Great Hunting Creek Bridge Company, on MONDAY next, the 7th ot May; tor the purpose of electing of ficers for the ensuing year, april 30 JNO. D.’ VO WELL, Treas. Proposal, BY WM. H. ANDERSON, FREDERICK CO. For publishing by subscription, A tfISTGRY OF HIS TRAVELS In Arabia, Egypt, Persia, Guzzerat, and Upper and Lower Hindoston, (embracing a period of about 17 years) de-cribmg countries never betore virdttd by Euro peans, with a particular account of the manners and customs of tbeir inhabitants. Also with A Narrative of his Sufferings WHILE A SLAVE IN AtttBIA. The author ts a native of Frederick cotio ty, Virgiuia. which I.* left in January 1802, on a trading » xi c i!ion to Pittsburg and N Orleans. From the I.'tier place he sailed in Oc»ol ei for ill** t *•» Indies I tvriog the voy age tiie ves-el anchored in the Keti Sea, and the author, in company with sew n others, ti* ine on-bore on a fow ling extmsion, he was r tptured y a p-rty ol wild b-,and conveyed sei. ral hundred miles into the in terior toward- U**- Per-ian Gulf. During this journey his si ft’ermgs weie extreme, and continued so for about two and a halt }ears. Afterwards, in Guzzerat and Hindu-hii. he w»s exalted to posts ol honor in the nnlitar) service, and received the most flatterKig marks of distinction from the nobles ol these countries. These he coniinued to receive, until the successes of the British arms pros trated the power of the allies, when he n ade his escape, and safely arrived in Nor .oik in January last. I he work will he embellished with 25 or 30 copperplate engravings, describing Fer -ian lortihcations—kings’ palaces—sports of the country—passes over tremendous mountains: with view- of the Rums of So k mon,s Temple, as they appeared in 1803. the ruins of Babylon in 1805, w ith t#ree A rabian villages in perspective—a Hindoo procession, w ith a correct likeness of Jug gernaut and other Pagan images—the to.i.o and coffin o* Mahomet at A/edma—the Mos que and altar of Mahomet at Mecca, with several Pilgrims at devotion—the reception ol Gen.,Anderson by the king and nobili ty of Rohee. a country never before visit ed by a Christian traveller—his departure from thence—single combat between Gen. Arderson k Buncon, a Gentoo Chief, cousin to thecelehrated Tippoo Saib in which Bun cas was killed—a battle between the Mab ratta forces, led by Gen. Anderson, and the British army, commanded by Gen. Achmu ty, a native of \ iiginia, when the latter was defeated ; with nr.aijy other engiavings, to be executed by the first artists [As Mr. Anderson has returned to his native country with an exceedingly impair ed constitution. and destitut eol all means of pecuniary support except those which may arise from the sale of this volume, he respectfully submits it to the patriotism ol bis fellow citiiens for their liberal en couragement. And in order to enable him to obtain a sum sufficient to procure the en gravings, which is estimated at about 1000 dollars, as well as to contribute to bis pre sent subsistence, he proposes to subscribers to advance a part or the whole of the mo ney at the time of subscribing. He has the most satisfactory testimonials in confiima tion of his character for probity trom gen tleirfpnof high standing and has beon ho nored with the kmdest attentions from the President of the United States and several members of congress. In Frederick coun ty he is known to many of its oldest inha bitant-: and it may not be improper to add that his description of Fast India events are so fully corroborated by European offi cial accounts published during their trans action, as to satisfy the most skeptical of his ger-'ral veracity ) The work will contain about 600 pages octavo—will be neatly printed on good pa per with a fair type; and offered to subscri bers (bound) for three dollars. Any person who obtain ten subscribers and becomes responsible, shall receive an eleventh copy gratis. It wiil be put to press in a few days, and he ready for delivery (in the course of the j ensuing summer) soon after the receipt of | letters from the American consul in Lon- i don, transmitting certain official documents 1 w hich w ill appear in an appendix. All communications on the subject may j be addressed either to Mr. William H. An derson, living in Winchester, Ya. ar.d Mr. ; Samuel H. Davis, editor of the Winchester Republican. ♦^♦Subscriptions to the above work re , ceived at the offices of the Alexandria Ga-1 zette and Herald._feh 2?_ ' Charles County Court .March Term. 1821. IN EQUITY. Thomas Price, TS. Je-se Scott, Plinny Murdoch and Henrietta ! his wife, Richard Scott, and Levi Scott. 'HE object ot the bill filed in this ciuse A is to obtain a conveyance of a part or parts of three tracts of land lying in Charles county, Maryland, called The Remainder, Partner’s Mistake, and Ignorance’s Pas sion, containing ont hundred and three a cres, more or iess. The bill states, that the complainant purchased said land of Le vi Scott, of Prince William county, Virgi nia, in the year 1806, and hath haf- quiet ami exclusive possession of the same, since the time ot the said purchase, and that all the consideration therefor, was paid at the said time. That Levi Scott is since de ceased, leaving the defendant in this case, his lega\ heirs and representatives, entitled to the le£al inheritance of the land atore said; and that Jesse Scott and Richard Scott do not reside in the state of Maryland: It is therefore ordered by the court, upon motion of flie said complainant, that this order he inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, once a week for sixsuccessive week^,warn ing the absent heir* aforesaid, of the filing and object of this bill, that they either in person, or by solicitor, may appear in this court, on the fir-t Monday in June next, and shew cause, it any they have, why a decree should not pass a« prayed. Test. JOHN BARNES, C»erk of march 27 Charles county court. Wheat. TEN thousand Bushels is wanted by the subscriber, for which the Cash will be paid. THOMAS V. HIGfc, 4 me 6 KENILWORTH, A ROMANCE, By the Author ol Waverly. &c. PRICE I DOLLAR 75 CENTS. Just received and lor sale Ly inarch 19 JOHN A. STEWART. Black-Smitlmi". DAVID C. l’KE'KVMAN, HAVING commenced the Blacksmith ing ou«iness,ou Royal street. Uiwcen Piince and Duke streets, will he glad fo ej. ecuteany work in his line; particularly COACH BOkK; All kinds, of iron work lor carriaef;. coach folding steps; coach and gig spriogv which he will warrant and sell on leaseria! ble terms—Also old springs repaired j„ .j,e neatest manner. All orders will be Ihark fuliy received and promptly attended n_ and’all kinds of carriages will Ie regainJ in the best manner, and od the shortest no tice. match 23—if rJ his is to give ft elite ^PHAT the Subscriber el Cbailes Ccun J ty, and Stale of Maryland, has cbtait ed letters of administration on the personal esta»e ol George H. Spalding, late ot said County, deceased. All persons bar mg claims against said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same legally authen ticated to the Subscribers, on or before the 25ih day ol September next, or they may bylaw be excluded from all benefit to ^aid estate; and all those indebted to said de ceased, are hereby required to make im mediate payment. Given under my hand this 25th March 1821. ELIZABETH M SPALDING, Administratrix ol Gfo. H. Spalding, march 27 Intell—law3w Just Published AND for sale at John A. Stewart’s book re, price 1 dollar, THfc HI SIORY OF THE REFORMATION, Being an abridgment of Burnet’s History of the Reformation of the Church o» England. Together with sketches ot the lives ot Lu-, ther, Calvin, and Zuingle, the three celtbia ted reformers ot the continent.—By the Rev. BENJAMr.N Allen, Rector of the Paii‘b of St. Aundre, Virginia. Recommendation. Having been fa voted with the perusal of an abridgment of the bistory ol the reli in a tion. prepared lor publicatn n I y the Iiev. B. Allen, I with pleasure comply with his request, in giving if my humble rer» n n en. dation. It contains the biston ot all the important tacts as narrated by Burnet, and to those who have not the time or the meant of consulting that writer, must prove inter esting and valuable. There being a consi derable class ol persons under these circum stances, such a work has been wanted, and | think, the present one will be highly ac ceptable, as serving to meet the existing ex igency W ILL1AM H. WILBiER. EUTERPE1AD OR, MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE^ And Ladies' Gazette, A periodical paper has been published in Boston since April 1620, devoted to the diffusion of Musical Belle Lettre infor mation. It embraces a general hisloiy of Music from the earliest ages—records the transactions of musical societies—review? new musical worirs—furnishes biographical memoirs of eminent musical men—corres pondence—anecdotes ot music—letter? in structive and interesting upon ever) branch of the musical science—in prove nents in musical instruments, and the con.pilation of a register ot musical transactions. With such intentions, it is conceived eve ry topic of interest, personal and geneial, vocal and instrumental, will Se embraced. To what extent information may be obtain ed in th* insipient stage of our enterprize, we will not presume to premise, but by a clear exposition oi cur objects, we shew the ‘Cope and ranee of our intentions; ar.d while we entreat the voluntary aid vt tho-e w ho possess the tale n?» w e covet, we at the same time engage to on it no effort of our own to tultil expectation, we hope however to be more indebted ;o'he generous contri bution ot scientific ability, than to our own labors. A portion of our columns is in'ended to he exclusively appropriated tor the LA DIES DEPARTMENT, wherein it will become our duty to ‘-guard the purity of melting maids. In courtly ball, and midnight masquerade*, Safe trom the treacherous triend, the daring spark. The glance by day, the whisper in the dark. W hen kind occasion prompts their desires, When music softens, and when dancing fires.** As the Ecterpeud is not intended to de rive support from advertising patronage, it has thus far been attended with little cr no emolument to the proprietor, it is an exre* riment of no ordinary undertaking in tin* country, and has nt cessarily consumed con siderable time, labor, and expense. A publication destitute of profits accru ing from advertisements, must rely upon its subscribers only, for support. The Pro prietor would not willingly abandon his in tention, unless compelled by a necessi'J which he hopes may not be realised, a nncre exteii'ive patronage is essentially rvquisite iu order more generally to extend its use fulness. The EUTERPEIAD is published Semi-. Montby on Saturdays, on a large sheet o* eight quarto pages, at Three Dollars P*r annum, payable half yearly in advance. Every number will contain a fashionah.e Song—Air, with variation—Sacred Song-* waltz—March or Dance, arranged for the Piano Forte. Residents out of Poston, who procure ten subscribers will receive a file of papers gr3 tis. Regular files or extra numbers be had by applying at the Franklin Mu‘|C Warehouse, .Milk street. Boston. JOHN R. PARKER, Editor (£r Sub script ions received at the Ale*30 rfria Gjymttfc Gfficw, AleTrawhria.