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.Russian service, lost bis right arm at the battle ot Kuim. Tbe Countess of Warwick was thrown iro;u her burse in Hyde Park, and in addi tion to several bruises, her ladyship had two ribs broken. Forschany, March 24. ‘ It is not only tuily connrmed that tbe Vuikisb lortress ot Gaiaze nas fallen into UanJs oi the Greeks, but we also learn LUat they have taken about thirty iurkich , „,s*ls ou the Danube, and killed all tue ,t0i,le on board encept b6. 1 V Du ten mail nad arrived in London witn papers to me ot April, 1 ue pa ri cuuiaiu me Decree oi tue K.m6, of uc >einerunds,prouioiting tue uupurai ucii^oi Slaves into tue loreigu coioine» of 3 vlajesty and especially tue comity ot Surinam. 1 ue Austrian troops took possession ot ... v aim lortress oi Aiessauuna on me tue . iuu ^prii, PreVl0a8 tu wmch uiobi oi tut insurgent troops were Oisuanued. \uvices to Marcu oi, mention that Prince i psilanUHas marcned against Ko tuaui anu Fokscuain, wun *UvO enosen ArlMUU, ■*'»1 1J’g0u Greeks nave ta ken tue same direction. 1 ne Greeks of the islands have repaired to luro in me Vuean ?«a, wnere tuey nave lot sometime been collecting a tteec-.viore timn lioO vessels nav« -- The Lisbon papeis contain an account to be proceedings oi tne voi ces, nom whicn it appear* that tuey nave aoeratea all prisoners couUned lor pomicai otten tes up to the tUy of the installation oi me Cortes-cut-down tne enormous cliurcn property of Portugal, and uecieed Uiat any subject of the thrown of Portugal who refuses to swear to the Oasis o. the consti tution shall toricit his iigu*. oi citizenship, anu be forced to leave me ainguoin. The British Parliament atljourned on the 19th April to the 30th inst. Previous to adjournment Mr. bennet gave notice in the Commons that he should, on the yih May, with a view to parliamentary retorin offer a motion for the representation of ail the great tuzrns in England. News oi the overthrow of the Neapolitan revolution had been received in Spain. It excited no alarm there: and the king had announced to the Cortes, that he was from this event, “more firmly resolved than ever to observe, and caused to be observed, the Constitution with which his throne and per sons are identified.” An appropriate sub sistence had been decreed by the Cortes to the Neapolitan refugees should they seek an asylum in Spain. l he new oraer oi tilings in rorrugai pro ceeded without interruption. The Cortes b*s confiscated a part of the estates of the Clergy. The Paris papers state with certainty that the Russian array of W0lhimnia is stopped on its march toward Hungary and Italy by a new order of the Emperor Alexander SOUTH AMERICA. A private communication received in Lon don, dated Madrid, 10th of April, says— “It is with much satisfaction that 1 have to inform you of something more than a mere prospect of the acknowledgement of the independence of South America, by the Spanish government, which will, if admit ted, put a stop to any further effusion nf blood on the other side of the Atlantic.— The negociation which are going forward are of a conciliatory nature. An article from Vienna, dated the 13th April states that a new Congiess, to be held in that Capital, is talked of, which will be attended by several Sovereigns wbo were not’present at the conferences eitherat Trop pmi or those ol Laybach. Some days of very w rm weather had been experienced in England in April. On the 26th, the thermoirmeter rose to 8o in the open air at Westminster. A Warsaw Gazette of April 5, says— ‘ near Galazc the Greeks had taken from the Turks thirteen merchantmen, and killed part of the Turks on board, and made the rest prisoners, The booty is estimated at loo,ooo piastres. Attention! Alexandria Independent Volunteer*. YOU are hereby notified to attend a pa rade, on Saturday next, at the arsenal, at halt past nine o’clock, A. M. Punclual attendance is requested, as the line will be farmed precisely at 10 o’clock. By order ot the Capt. W. DEVAUGHN. 0. S. june 15 Attention ! Alexandria Independent Artillerist. \;r0U are hereby notified to attend a meet ing of the Company, This Evr.ning half past 7 o'clock. K M. as business of importance will be laid before the company, order of the capt. H. B. HA1SLIP, Sec. june 15 Israel Janney, Jr. tfAFFERS for sale at his store on Union, v/lowerend of King street. 3o bbls gross shad put up for family use 5 hbds pure old cider vinegar Family flour as usual ™ tth a constant supply of plaster by the ton The highest price in cash given for wheat june IS d3w 100,000 Dollars, For eleven dollars only ! 50.000 Dollars For jive and an half dolls, only. 25.000 Dollars For two and three fourths, only. And 12 500 Dollars For the tri fling sum of j^I 37i cents. WHICH uiay be had it application is made iu the Grand National Lottery, FIFTH CLASS. MCHKM&. 1 prize of Z)lno,ooo is loo,ooo 1 25,000 25,ooo 2 1 o,ooo 2o,ooo 5 5,ooo 25,ooo 1 oo 1 ,ooo 100,000 loo 5oo 5o,ooo lo5 loo lo,5oo 16,5oo 13 214;5oo 16724 prizes, 1 not 2 blanks 38276 blanks, j to a prize. Prizes only to be drawn. On »o loth day will be deposited in the wheel one prize yf Doooo; on the 15tb day j one prize of D5ooo; on the 2oth day one I prize of 5ooo; on the 25th day one prize of bl«>,oi*o; on the 28th day I prize o! 5,oOo; ; and on the 3oth day one prize of DIoo,ooo Prizes subject to a deduction of 15 per cent. Thirty three drawings. The drawings will oe announced ip the course of a few weeks. 'This splendid Lottery being under the authority of the United States, and the pri * zes all floating as specified, offers the great est inducement to adventurers. Tickets only li Dollars, SHARES IN PROPORTION For sale at I King-street, Alexandria. All orders iroro the country attendedto, the same as if personal application was made. J. H. R. june15 _ Capital Prizes IN THE University of Maryland. Which will be speedily drawn in the city of Baltimore. HIGHEST PRIZES. $3o,ooo lo.ooo dollars 5.000 dollars 20 of $l.ooo 5.000 dollars 5.000 dollars 2o of5oo dots 100 ot D. 100—*00 Ot 20 & 6600 ot D. 10 Tickets D9, shares in proportion. Tickets in this splendid lottery, AOT TWO BLANKS TO A PRIZE, are going off rapidly, at the above price, and as but few numbers more remain, yearly application should be made at Runnels' Lucky Lottery Office, King-street, Alexandria. Where may be had Tickets in all the va rious lotteries. All orders promptly attend ed to by return mail, (Address ) J. li. Runnels. jun* 15 John Hepburn, RETURNS his thanks to the inhabitants of Alexandria, for the very liberal en courages nt he has received since he has been in business, and now offers for sale, 75 b >ttles first quality fresh lime juice 75 do cordials of approved credit Oranges and lemons, lemonade at Si glass Mead at 8i bottle, beer at 4i, 2 bis. shell barks. Together with a small assort ment of Confectionary, cheaper than can be had in the District. i King-Street a tew doors above the Wash ' ington Tavern, june 15 To Rent, and immediate possessjon given, A CONVENIENT brick dwelling house and store on King street, between Co lumbus and Alfred Streets. ALSO, A convenient dwelling house on st. Asaph street, near the corner of King street. AddIy at the Mechanics’ Bank to CHARLES CHAPIN, Cashier, june i4—eott. For Bremen, arjplr The good ship MARY-ANN, innemore, master; burthen about 34otons or 5oobbds. tobacco, three fifths ot which being provided for freight, of the residue apply to JOHN H. LADD Co Who have for sale on board said ship 9ooo bush. Liverpool coarse salt 500 do do coal I large cable june 14 Sjletllil Sche me of the GUARD NATIONAL Lottery FIFTH cuss. 1 grand prize of £100,000 1 25,000 2 10,000 5 5.000 100 1,000 10 500 ' 105 100 Not two blanks to a prize. Whole Tickets It 00 j Quarters 2 75 Halves 6 50 , Eighths 1 37 Frizes deposited as follows : On the loth day will be deposited in the wheel 1 prize of 6000; and on the l5lh day 1 prize ot 5000; on the 20th day 1 prize of 5000; on the 26th day one prize of 10,000; on the 28th day. 1 prize of 25,000, on the 30tb day the grand capiral prize of 100,000 dollars. All the other prizes are floating from the commencement of the drawing. Frizes payable 60 days after the drawing is finished— subject to a deduction of 15 per cent. The drawing will take place, and be com pleted in this city, in thirty three drawings only, with all possible despatch, under the supeunteodance of R. C. Weightman, ") Wm. Brent, John Davidson, Daniel Rapine, t Esqrs. Managers Thos. H. Gilliss, j Moses Young, Andrew Way, Jr. J Tickets and shares for sale in the greatest variety of numbeis at D. GILLESPIE’S Fortunate Office, Washington, and KERR & FlTZHUGH's. Office, King-st, Jhex'a. Orders directed as above, wi‘l meet the most prompt attention. Tickets for sale in the New York Litera ture Lottery at DlO; in the Maryland State Lottery at 9 ; in the University Lottery of Maryland at 8 ; in the Cyclopaedia Lottery at 14, but will advance to 16 in a few days. The real value of each ticket isD35. Draw ing will commence 23d July, june 14 No Blanks! GRAND LITERATURE. or Cyclopaedia LOTTERY THR public attention is particularly in vited to the scheme of ;be Cpclopiedia Lottery, advertised in this Gazette. Tile work is in itself, a complete Library and embraces every art and science—It comprize4 a body ot useful information, no where to be found, and may be consulted with equal benefit, as a boox of reference by the learned, and by the unlearned as a source of information. Persons desirous ol securing to themselves this invaltabie work are requested to call at Biggs' Office Bridge-Street. Georgetown where tickets may be had at 14 dollars, but will soon advance to 16 (fc^Orders from abroad promptly attended to, and all lottery information given gratis june 1*2 Fifty Dollars Reward. LEFT my employment on the morning of the tenth in»t. EmavueU of dark complexion, down look, and em barrassed articulation, he is about twenty six years of age; five teet. seven or eight in ches high, with a dimple in his chin, aud dimples in his cheeks. He was brought np in my kitchen as a cook, and is skilful in his profession. It is highly probable that he will attempt to pass for a tree man, and no doubt has procured forged papers for that purpose being intelligent, and 1 believe aide to read and write. I think he will endeavor to get to the northward, he availed himself of my absence and the hnlyday to elope.— His clothing a blue coat, striped rest and drab pantaloons. All person*#£.i>rohibited from harboring him, as the law will be put in force against those who violate it—1 will give a reward ol twenty five dollars it taken in the county of Fairfax or District of Columbia, 01 Fifty Dollars it taken elsewhere, when delivered to me or lodged in some jail so that I can get him again. * BUSHROD WASHINGTON. .Mount Vernon. june 14 *f . Whiskey, Cider. Lard. bjc. -"'VF.D 6o obis Balt, whiskey of sup’or quality From JVew York per Schr. Albe. lo hbls. Newark cider of an excellent quality 6t for bottling IN STORE |Ino bushels Nova-Scolia potatoes J5o do. for planting Iooolb. lard ■witha. general assortment of Bacon, Groceries, & Liquors. EDWARD SHEEHY june 6 ___ For Frederick sburjr, JLjfc The schr GEORGEW1TH, Capt Traverse. will commence loading on Wednesday I3th inst will take 250 barrels ou freight, apply to the captain on board, at Vowel’s wharf june 12 *t Grand Natinnnl *tiotterjr} FIFTH CLASS. Scheme, 1 ptize of fciOi;,000 is 1"0,OC0 • of 25.000 is 25,0( 0 | 2 «f 10,000 is 20,000 5 of 5,000 is 25,000 100 of 1,000 is 100,000 10 of 500 is 50,000 105 nf 100 is 10,5!*0 16,500 of 13 is 214,500 167-24 Prizes, l not 2 blanks to a 33276 Blanks, j prize. 50.000 Tickets at io dots, is 500,ooo Prizes only to be drawn. On the 10th day will be deposited in the wheel one prize of 5ooo dollars; on the 16th day one prize of 6ooo dollars ; on the 20lh I day one prize of 5ooo dollars ; on the 25th day one prize of lo,ooo on the 20th day one prize of 25,ooo dollars; and on the 30th day one prize of loo.ooo dollars. Prizes subject to a deduction of fifteen per cent. Thirty-three drawings. The drawing will be announced in the course of a lew weeks. This splendid Lottery being under the authority of the United States, and the pri zes all floating as specified, offers the great est inducement to Venders and Adventurers. Orders, post paid, forwarded to the subscri ber at Washington City for Tickets or chances, will receive thankful and punctual attention from GILLESPIE, Lite only Agent in the United States for the Managers, Or at Kerr & Fitz llvghs^ Corner of King and Washington street Alexandria. Tickets will advance to 11 dollars on t!»e 1 dav of June mu' *6 Turtle Soup, fyc. 10BS7’E/?S, pick led oysters, hard and -Jsoft crabs, sbeeps-head, turtle snup &c always kept and ready to be servpd up at a minutes notice, by ARAM1NTA WEB STER, at the corner of t^ueen and Royal streets She receives her hard and soft crabs eve ry Tuesday by the steam boat Potomac, and i is thereby enabled to give them to her cust tosmers, always perfectly fresh June 12 3 Hl.u k Girl*. HptVO likely black Girls for sale, (not to U lie taken out of the District) one about 16. and (he other J7 years old. (^“Enquire of the Printer.june 7 fit 5 Sugar, YV lug key, ^c. rIHDS N. ORLEANS Sugar of a su perior quality, 10 bbla. Old rye whiskey 20 do Common do 50 do Neat herring 10 do Gross do Cognac brandy, apple brandy, peach do Holland gin, Jamaica spirits, Sicily Madeira, and Malaga WINES. 1000 gallons cider vinegar. For sale by JOHN LANHAM, Upper end of King-st. i ine 14 dt For S.ile, By J. C. Cazenove, & Co. BT THE PACKAGE OR PIECE, A VERY complete assortment of Ameri can GOODS, ginghams, stripes,checks, rhambrays, sheetings, shirtings, tickings, threads, satinetts, broadcloths, cassimeres,, and cotton yarns. German ticklenburgs. osnabuigs, hessians, Burlops, brown rolls, Biefield linens, dow las, white rolls, creas, brown hollands, twil led bagging, oil cloths, and Saxon broad cloths. British Broadcloths, pelisse cloths, cassi meres, vestings, bombazines, cotton hose, suspenders, carpetings, table mats, cotton cambrics, fancy muslins, Malabar handkfs. kerseys, buttons, patent thread, dimities, linens, lawns. Ravens duck, nankin^, umbrellas, table mats, sewing silks, a few boxes ribbons and galoons, pins, 4-c. Also, 70 bolts of Russia duck 70 tons Swedish and Russia Iron—flat square and round bars American Hoop Iron— 20 casks, 4, 8, lud. cut nails. 20 packages German hardware, cont’g grass scythes, straw knives, hoes, nassencleve steel, slates, wbet stones, quills and coffee-mills. 150 boxes Baltimore window glass, all sizes. Murdock’s best London particular Madeira wine ;n halt pipes, and quar ter casks. 5 pipes old 4 th proof cognac Brandy. 10 bbls old whiskey ; very superior 5 hhds and 70 bbls N L Rum 20 hhds prime retailing molasses, sugars, and a constant supply of Dupont’s best Brandywine gunpowder. They are purchasing wheat, tobacco, Me rino and common wool. Also—received this day 1 case low priced Manchester prints I do nankin crapes I do do figured do 6 cpse9 cotton yarns june 14 Marshal’s Sale. ON Wednesday, the 1st of August next, at 10 o’clock A. M. will be sold at public auction, for Cash, at the brick house oi. Fairfax Street, lately occupied by Evan P. Taylor as a coachmakei’s shop, all the stock in trade of said E. P. Taylor, consist ing of finished and unfinished carriages, carriage furniture, Cutlery, shop furniture, bar iron, timber of various kinds, &c. fcc. To satisly eighteen executions, one in fa vor of Joseph Janney, one in favor of Wil liam Philips, and sixteen in favor of tbe Mechanics Bank of Alexandria. D. MINOR. D. M. For Tench Ringgold, Marshak june 13—-eot«^. MurslmVs Sale. T T^TLL ' e snld, iM) the premi $, o?t ,*v.« v ? tur»I.*y :he ?d d*y of .'une next, a4 10 o’clock A. M. for «*«h, til the ngLf, title, and interest of Benjamin Laden, in and to a brick House and Lot. situated ul King street, at present orrnpied ht Johrt Grubb, to satisfy an execution in tavor *>( Joseph Janney. D. MINOR, D.M« apri! 30—3tawts fiy consent of parties the above sale is postponed until the 3(>»h instant. june4.—ts VALUABLE PROPERTY At Public Sale. WILL be sold to the highest bid* der on Satunday the 16th. inst. at 3 o’clock, P. M. on the premises, all i the right, title and interest of Amo® Alexander to the following Lots—One large lot of ground fenced in, wi'h two houses thereon at the head of Duke-Jtreet, near the Stone Bridge, this lot might suit any person wishing to make a large quantity of brick, without penetrating below a level with lb* street. Also, A bquare of Ground containing about twflk and a quarter acres as by Deed from Simm«, to Alexander bearing date 24th may, 1796, Adjoining Mr.Fr Peyton's land.on the uofth* Christ Church and Methodist burying ground on the east—this lot with a trifling expense might be made a most excelltnt clover or meadow let: Also* An eight acre lot on the Little River turn-* pike road, on the east side and within A stone’s throw of toll gate, No. I, not a mile from town. This lot is under a good fence( susceptible of great improvement by plasfef and clover; being pretty well set with clo ver at present; beside a censfderable quan tity of volunteer rye. from last years crop* Sale to commence with the first mentioned lot—Terms will be made known at the place of sale. ISAAC ROBBINS, Trustee, june 6 dts For ^-ttle or Hent« THE LARGE BRICK T.WERX. in Dumfries, occupied at present by Cap tain George Williams. Possession will be given on the 1st day of January next. For terms apply to the subscriber, living in Dum fries. june 4 JOHN SPFACE. - • - - Aew-Orleans Sugar. T^HIRIY one bhds. first quality New Orleans Sugar, lauding and for sale —• Also in store. 5b boxes Oranges, and 60 do. Lemons, in prime order, june 11 —6t LINDSAY if HILL. it. uarrTjS; ’ DFNTI8T. RESPECTFULNY informs the ladies and gentlemen of Alexandria, and its vicinity that he has taken a room in Mr. At kinson's house, on Fairfax street; where he will be happy to wait on them in the line of his profession. may 3 otf f Office of theAss'l Com. if Sub. ) Fort Washington, June 6. SEALED proposals will be received at this office until the 20th instant, for furnish ing the troops and laborers at this post, with Fre«h Beef for one year, commencing on the first of July 1821. The beef to be of good and wholesome quality, and furnished in quarters when the quantity will allow, whed less than a quarter is required, aft equal pro portion of 1st 2d and 3d qualifies Thecon fractor to deliver the beef at the post twice in each week, in such quantities as shall be directed by the Assistant Commissary, until the weather is sufficiently cool to allow of drawing two day’s beef at once, when the contractor will be required to deliver it only once in each week. Good and sufficient se curity will be required lor the faithful per formance of the contract. THOMAS CHILDS, Lt■ b Ass't Com. Sub. Kor Freight, The Sch’r. NATIVE, H. Snow, Masler, burthen IIOO Bbs.—a freight le taken to tbe W. Indies or South America. Apply to S. k D. REED. June 13. Notice is hereby given rO all whom it may or may not concern, that there never was any partnership subsisting between the subscriber and Chas, B. R. Douglass, consequently no dissolution could take place. The plain fact is this, on the 19th of July, 1819, I agreed to give said Douglass a.“alary in proportion to the profits ot the business that might be done. On the 1st of January. 1821, I sold out the entire concern to said Douglass; since which time 1 have made no contract relating to the con cern, and I sincerely hope that Mr. Doug lass may be able to fulfil his contracts to me, as it will enable me to discharge my debts, I am fully sensible that no person wilt ask him to pay the debts contracted byfme, so he may make bimseKperfectly easy about being made answerable for my debts# In tbe mean time, 1 feel myselt bound to state that I will oot pay any debts contract ed by him. As to tbe assertion of my keep ing tbe books in my possession, and refusing him access to them, it is oot true; as he has been frequeutly offered tbe only book which he has any claim to; the rest ot my books being filled with my own concerns, previous to tbe sale of the establi arment. Had I not been compelled, in justice to myselt, tbus to come before the public,! should not have stated the above facts, but when a man thus makes an attack on me, as be did in yetef day’s Gazette, silence cn my part would be criminal, though I am inclined to think be has been badly advised, and bas acted tbus more from want o‘ experience than from any intention to commit error. june 8-—d6t E. P. T AV LOR. _ _ Bank Stock. Twenty two shares stock of tbe Bank of Alexandria, for sale. Apply to june 11 KERR k FITZHUUH.