HOUSKS, LANDS, %c.
■ Lor Sale or Kent,
I HAT commodious two story
i 8RICK DWELLING HOUSE, with
necessary out building, and a large
improved eardej lot, situate
»! the lower end of Fairfax street. J he
erms wili be made accommodating either
tn a purchaser or good tenant. Apply to tbe
p„j.lter _aoril 24 tt
And possession given between the
present time and March next, that
a and commodious three story
brick house, the
Union and Marine Hotel,
oituatednn Union-street, near the Potomac
tt is admirably calculated tor the accommo
dation ot travellers from Maryland, anu sea
faring gentlemen. It has been occupied as
^7o f°‘ m 'UA?,THo5VRHODES7
] -iinnry 5_ “ .
For Sule or Exchange.
I will sell ray HOUSE on King
.8Tffsft«treet,at a price much below its va
I»«;!}Ue, or Wil! exchange it for smaller
property, or for merchandize. It
alapled and completely fitted in every
r sject for a large family, and is well wor
thy the attention ot any person desirous of
a permanent establishment.
I will also sell that handsomely
(situated lot, (quarter square,) cor
_ ner of Fayette and Caraeron-sts. or
part thereof, with or without the
Also the S. W. corner lot on Payne
Commerce-Jits.; on which there
is a .-table. This lot is desirably
jl£A2UituateJ fur improvement.
ft** Also the two houses and lots next
WTnRfc ibove tbe corner of Payne, on Kim*
■ J**!street. This last wiU be sold low
SiULforca^h, or a purchaser may choose
their own time by payment ot an annuity.
Terms of the whole may be made accom
modating. jas. s.scorr.
aprii 3 _ »
! will rent for ;be ensuing year, or
$for a term of year?, it application^*
gjij made by the first Nov. next, 500
•JrJrJLjJHcres ot land, part of the tract up
on which 1 live. There is a comfortable
h m«e upon the premises, and a spring ol
excellent water quite convenient to it
Tbh l.:na is but 3 miles from tiie Potomac.
17 from Alexandria, and 24 from the seat of
government. The situation is healthy, and
convenient to some ol the best markets—
the land fertile and well adapted to every
kind of produce. For terms apply to
BENJ. DULANY, or to
In the Town of Port Tobacco
ANo a HOUSE and LOT in the town of
P ,rt Tohacbo, for sale or rent. Apply as
above. inarch 15—lawtf.
l o Let.
THE two western tenements of
! the warehouse at the Diagonal pump
!at**ly occupied by Messrs. B. E.
__,Harrison & Co they will be rent
ed low to a good temnt and possession given
immediately. Inquire at this office.
June 4 _ I a w 71
WILL BE SOI.I), on the premises.
on Monday, ihe 16th day of July
ft next, at ten o’clock, for Cash, all
_ the right, title, and interest of Alex
ander Perry in and to a lot of ground, with
all the improvement? thereon, consisting of
a large two-story Brick House, frame shed,
an I other back buildings; situated on King
.street, and binding ’hereon 60teet,and run
ning back loo feet.
One other Lot with a brick stable thereon,
adjoining the aforesaid property, 38 feet by
S3 feet, to satisfy tlnee executions, one in
favor of the Common Council , another in fa
vor of George Drinker, and the other in fa
vor of the Union Bank of Alexandria.
jone 7 ’ H. M ISOft, D M.
Marshal 8 kale.
WILL BE SOLD, on the premises,
for Cash, on Friday the I3ib day
of July next, all ihe right, title, and
_interest of Alexander Perry in and
to a two-stoiy Brick Hou»e and Lot, situated
on the east side of Henry street, between
Duke and Prince streets, and tronting on
Henry street 8G feet, and running back 83
fee*. Sold to satisty two executions one in
favor of William Fowle, survi dng partner,
& Cc. and the other in favor of Dai.id Marie.
Sale to take place at ten o*ctock.
june 7. D. MINOR, D. M.
For Sale or Rent,
THE Subscriber will sell or rent
npm accommodating terms the
Hou*e and lot upon St Asaph street
_which he at present occupies, l he
house contains four rooms, and is sufficient
ly commodious for a small tarniiy There
is a small garden upon the lot, and also a
good kitchen and stable.
He also offers to rent for the Sum
mer. or longer if required, the Ches
nut Hill dwelling house, and teu a
i teres ol land. The above premises
are wx miles from Alexandria, upon the
western paved road, and about the same dis
tance Irom Washington and Georgetown.—
Toe garden contains a large variety ot se
lected fruit, and an abundant supply ol ve
getables. There is also-au icehouse well
tilled, a pu#ip in the kitchen yard, and all
the offices usual or necessary lor the com
fortable accommodation of a large family.
GUS7VWUS A- BROWN,
june . . . fpT
~ H. D:VRR Ul,
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 be
will be happy to wait on them in the line ot
may 3 otf
Charles County Court.
On application to toe subscriber one of
the Judges of the Orphans Court ot Char es
county by petition in writing ot Charles
Knott ol Charles County for the benefit of
the act of assembly, for the relief of insol
vent debtors, passed at Nov. sesiou, 1803:
and the several supplements thereto on the
terms mentioned'therein, a schedule of his
property and a list of creditors, on oath, so
far as he can ascertain them, being annex
ed to his petition, and being satisfied by
competent testimony, that the said Charles
Knott, has resided two years immediately
pieceedirig the time of his application, in the
state of Maryland, and being also satisfied
that the said Charles Knott is in actual cou*
1 finement for debt, and no other cause, and
the said Charles Knott, having entered into
bond with sufficient security, for his person
al appearance in Charles County Court, to
answer such allegations as hii creditors may
make against him. It is thereupon ordered
and adjudged, that the said Charles Knott
be discharged from Imprisonment, and that
by causing a copy of this order to be insert
ed in some one of the newspapers edited in
the district of Columbia, once a week for
two months successively before the third
Monday in Angust next, he give notice to
his creditors to appear before the said
I court, at Port Tobacco, in said county, on
| the said third Monday in August next, tor
the purpose of recommending a trustee for
their benefit, and to shew cause, if any they
! have, why the said Charles Knott, should
not have the benefit of the several insolvent
laws of this state as prayed. Given under
my hand this 23th day of May, 18*1.
I. CAMPBELL, our of the Justices of
the Orphans’ Court of Charles county.
True copy. Test. _ „
JOHN BARNES, Clk. L. S.
• jnne 6 _’
BY virtue of a deed of trust, from 1 bomas
J. Minor and Philip H. Minor, to the
subscribers to indemnify Daniel Minor a
gainst certain engagements, mentioned in
said deed—Will be sold at public auction
for cash, on Monday the 25th day of June,
1821, it fair, if not, on the next fair day,
at the Mansion-house of George Minor de
ceased, near Wrens tavern, in the county of
Fairfax, and state of Virginia; one moiety ol
a certain Tract of Land, which was devised
to Thomas J. Minor, by his father the said
George Minor. And also the following
slaves, to wit: Philip, Mary, Dixon, Wil
liam. Thornton and Mima. Sale to com
mence at 12 o’clock.
JOHN D. SIMMS, > Trustees
N. HERBERT. \ lrusiees.
\LL persons are cautioned against har
boring or trusting any person on my
eccount, from and after 1st Splember last,
as I am determined to pay no debts but ol
my own contracting.
JOHN D BUCKLEY.
Alexandria, State of Louisiana,
C'l ENTLEMEN’S and Ladies’ silk and
T woolen clothes scoured and dyed in a
variety ot colors, viz :—
event shades of Blues,
Crimson, Orange, Lemon, §c.
N. B. Marino Shawls dressed, and those
that are white can be changed to a Lemon
color without injuring the bonier*—
By R G. L ANPHIER, Sen’r.
Near the Mechanics’ Bank, King-st.
Q3* A few Genteel Boarders
can be accommodated, by applying as
mav 29 _tf
Alexandria iiatlt- House.
VI ARGARF.T GARNER begs leave to
LJ I return her thanks to the citizens gene
rally, for the very liberal encouragement
she received last season, and respectfully
informs them tlut sbe has made comddera
hie improvements in the Bath-house. As
the season commences on the 10th instant,
those ladies and gentlemen who wish to ob
tain Sea«on Tickets, are requested to make
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
men who come to the Baths. A proper fe
male attendant beiugconstantly in waiting
on the ladies;
Dinner?, Supper®, 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
WILL be given lor apprehending negro
LEWIS, commonly called
he left my employment on Saturday night
last; he is a dark mulatto, about o feel 8
inches high, has a scar on his forehead, his
ears are very small and stand very close to
his head, occasioned by wearing his hat
over them; he is a very orderly, sober and
attentive servant, has had no cause what
ever tor absconding, his clothing as well a®
can be recollected, is as follows: a good
French fur hat. a tolerable good black su
peifine coat, with a large quantity of but
tons on the capells, blue do. with gilt but
ton.?, his other clothes are not recollected.
He can read and write tolerably well and
will probably be supplied with a pass, his
age i? 28 years. The above reward will
be given if he is taken fifty miles from Alex
andria, and 50 dollars if taken near home.
O^r The Federal Gazette will please in
sert the above three times, and send their
account to this office.
District of Columbia.
\ LL persons hating or pretending to have
C\. any right, title or interest in or :o a cer
tain Bag ofCoffee. which was impor.ed Irom
Porto Rico in a vessel called tne Young
Man's Companion, w hereof -—- Smith was
master, are cited and admonished to app*^r
before the District.Court of the United States
tor the District of Columbia, at the^court
bouse in the town of Alexandria, at 9 o’clock
A. M. on the 25th day ot this month, to shew
cause, if any they can, why the said Coffee
should not be condemned as forfeited to the ,
United 'tales; which Bag of Coffee was seiz
ed as forfeited on the 8th day of May, 182o,
by Thompson Mason, Esq late Collector of
the port of Alexandria, and was, on the 4th
day of June, in the year 1821, libelled before
the said court as forfeited to the U. States.
EDM. I. LEE. C. D.C,
District of Columbia.
ALL persons having, or pretending to
have, any right, title, interest, or claim
in or to a certain anchor, seized and J i be I -
led by the District Court of the United
States for the District of Columbia, as im
ported from the Island of Bermuda on the
31st day of March, IC21, in a brig called
the Azores, whereof one John Nichols was
master, which was unladen and delivered
in the port of Alexandria from said brig,
without permit from the collector; are cited
and admonished to be and appear before the
District Court at the court bouse in the town
of Alexandria, at 9 o’clock A M. on the 25th
day of this month, to shew cause why the
i said anchor should not be condemned as for
feited to the United States.
EDM. I. LEE. C. D. C.
Braden, Morgan, 05 to.
HAVE imported per ship Belvidera,
from Liverpool superfine cloths
Fine and super black bombazetts, plain
Valencias, blk. blue, mixed. 4* drab
9.8 aud 6.4 cambric muslins
Do, do. jaconett cambrics, plain and
Do. do. mull mull muslins do do
Do. do imitation India book muslins
7.8 fine and super undressed fancy prints
Do. blue buff lilac and pink cambric
7.8 and 9.8 steam loom shirtings
1.2 ell and 3.4 blue and striped cotton
9 8 cotton apron check
Fine k super white & printed Marseilles
Superfine white India janes
Striped florentines and janes
Blue, black and light dies sewing silks
Ladies and gentlemen’s beaver gloves
Patent threads, white, brown, blue.
blacked nankeen, k all colours
Shoe thread in casks. april 18
Franklin Bank of Alexandria.
NOTICE is hereby given to the Stock
holders, that an election of twelve Di
rectors will be held in the Bank, on the first
Monday in July next, to commence at ten
o’clock in the forenoon, and close at three
P. M. A. NEWTON, Cashier.
William Fowle dp l^o.
H AVE in store Woodhouse’s, old Sicily
Madeira Wine, of supeiior quality in
pipes, halfpipes and qr. casks. !
0:d London particular Madeira wine, do.
do. do. imported in 1818. *
15 pipes of very superior BRANDY, im
ported direct from Bordeaux. I
5 pipes old Holland GIN. 1
may 31 I
IN obedience to an order of the honorable
the District Court ot the United States,
tor the District of Columbia—Will be sold
for really money to the highest bidder at
Public Auction, at the public Ware House
of the Collector, in the town of Alexandria,
on the 23d day of this month, at lo o’clock
A M. the following articles, to wit: one
Seroon of Indigo, scventv-five pieces of Sil
ver. one box of Books fc one box ot Lamps.
D. MINOR, D M.
_ For Tench Ringgold, M.
THE creditors of Amos Alexander are
hereby requested to biing in their
claims to the subscriber, properly authenti
cated, on or before the 8th day of Novem
ber next, otherwise they may be, by law,
debarred from any benefit of his estate.
ISAAC ROBBINS, Trustee.
may 8—lw6m _________
4 PPLICATION will be made to the
-TL Bank of Potomac, or Union Bank, for
a renewal of a certificate of thirty shares of
stock, from No. 14739 to 14768, inclusive,
issued by the Union Bank of Alexandria, the
1st May, 1817, to J. <$■ G. Pluiner; the
same having been lost or mislaid. Alexan
dria the 10th day of May, 1821.
CHR. NEALE, Trustee of
law3w J.&G PLUMER.
Mantlevilie £$ Larmour,
OFFER for sale.
104 hhds £ New Orleans k Muscovado
310 bbls £ sugar
20,000 lbs coffee
85 hhds ) N. O. k W. India
55 tierces k bbls s molasses
20 hhds northern ruin
10 do West India rum
20 hhds l k v
70 bbls (wh,skey
7 pipes 4th proot cognac brandy
4oo galls Para syrup, for family use
lo tierces fresh rice
25o bhl shad if herrings, the choicest
3oo boxes mould and-. ,hejr own man„.
dipped[ candles I facture & war.
8ooo lbs white, clear- f ranleJ
ed if brown soap J
5oo reams wrapping paper
2oo do writing do
l5o fresh nutmegs
looo lbs Tennessee feathers
Wines, liquors, teas, spices, Bengal and
Spanish indigo, rappe snuff* in canisters,
and their general assortment of groceries,
may 15 2taw3w
THE following small invoice of very fine
Teas, now on the way irom N. York,
for sale by the subscriber, vtx:—
16 catty boxes young hyson tea, 19 lbs
10 -do do gunpowder 13 lbs.
10 do do imperial 13 Jo3
Those teas are new, of superior quality
and will be sold low for approved endorsed
piper, at four months. Apply at my office.
Bridge street, George Town.
may 28 ______
Iron, Duck, tyc.
LANDING from the Ship William Baker
at Romney’s wharf, and for sale
65 tons round, square, and flat Swedish
Iron, assorted sizes
70 bolts of Russia Duck
100 pieces Ravens do
16 hbds. Molasses __ _
may 26 A C. CAZENOVE 4* Co,
Southern Money Wanted,
1W1SH to purchase Bank Notes, Checks,
and Bill, at Sight on ,
North Carolina, &
ALL persons having for 9ale, will please
to call, as I will take any amount at a much
less discount than is usually asked, having
a large amount to remit south.
O^-Please to apply at my Exchange Of
fice & Banking House,
Bridge-st. Georgetown.May 28
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, to wit.
ON the petition ot Elisha Talbott, an in
solven debtor, confined in the gaol of
Alexandria county for debt—Notice it here
by given to the creditors of the said Elisha
! Talbott, that on the second day of July,
1821, being the 1st Monday of the month,
at 9 o’clock, A. M. at the court bouse of
said county, the oath prescribed by the act
of Congress of the United State, entitled
“an act for the relief of insolvent debtors
within the District of Columbia,” will be
administered to the said insolvent, and a
trustee appointed, unless sufficient cause to
the contrary be then and there shown.
Ordered, That this notice be inserted
twice a week tor two weeks belore the said
second day of July, in both the newspapers
printed in’the town of Alexandria.
By order of the honorable Won. Cranch,
chief judge of the United States Circuit
Court ot the District ot Columbia.
EDMUND I LEE, C. C.
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria to wit:
ON the petition of Edward Stone, an In
solvent debtor, confined in the gaol ol
Alexandria county for debt,—Notice is here
by given to the creditors of the said Edward
[ Stone that on the 2d day ol July nett, being
the first Monday of the month. at 9 o’clock
A. M. at the court house of said county, the
oath prescribed by the act ot Congress of
the United States, entitled “an act for the
relief of Insolvent Debtors within the Dis
trict of Columbia,” will be administered
ff^HE subscriber respectfully informs bis
X friends and the public that be has com
menced the manufactory of buckskin boo
tees, shoes and pumps* People who are
troubled with corns, or have tender feet,
wilt find their interest in wearing them, not
only on account of ease, but if worn without
stockings, they have in numerous instances
been eflicacions of ridding the wearer oi
r.orn3 Gloves, moccosons, suspenders, &c.
King-st. sign of the Buck.
0^7-Alsotbe best Liquid Shining Blacking
for sale. may 30 7t
By A. C. Cazenovc & Co.
BY THE PACKAGE OR PIECE,
A VERY complete assortment of A.meri
J. JL can Goods, ginghams, stripes, cheks,
chambrays, steetings, shtrlwigs, tickings,
threads, satinetts, broadcloths, cassimers,
and cotton yarns.
German ticklenburgs,osnaburgs, hessians,
Burlops brown rolls, Biefield linens, dow
las, white rolls, creas, brown hollands,
twilled bagging, oil cloths, and Saxon broad
British broadcloths, pelisse cloths, cas
simeres, vestings, bombazines, cotton hose,
suspenders, carpetings, table mats, cotton
cambrics, fancy muslins, Malabar handkfs.
kerseys, buttons, patent thread, dimities,
Ravens duck, nankins, umbrellas, India
straw carpets and table mats, sewing silks,
a few boxes ribbons and galoous, pios, &ic.
Murdock’sbestLindoo particular Madeira
Wine, in pipes, hail' pipes and quaiter ca<*ks,
London market do. Malaga Wine, in half
quarter casks, Cogniac brandy in pipes.,
Molasses, N. E. Rum, in hhds. and barrels,
Swedes iron assorted.
Baltimore window glass, every size.
Dupont's best Brandywine gunpowder.
Sperm, candles. Spanish segars
Cut nains, 4d 6d 8d 10. may 8
ONE hundred boxes lemons just received
and for sale by
MaNDEVILLE it LARMOUR.
jute 18 mts
The Secret Debates of the Convention
Vsembled at Philadelphia in the year 17g*
to form the
Constitution of the U. States.
To which will be added other Historical
Documents relative to the Federal Coit.
pact of the North American Union.
1^H£ Journal of the Convention which
formed the present constitution of the
United States, and which was published in
pursuance ol a resolution of Congress, of
March 27, 1818, contains all the acts and
proceedings of that constitutional body, but
it leaves history in the dark‘as to the view?
.»f the legislators, and the principles upon
which they acted. It is to replenish that
deficiency, and fill up, in some measure
that diplomatic skeleton, with its vital party*
that a friend of history offers to publi.-h, 0f
he is sufficiently encouraged iu that under
taking, several authentic coeval document*,
collected with care and expense, which ni||
enlighten the civilian, the jurist, and the
«'atesiiian, on the spirit of the North Amen
can FederalCornpact; while at the same time
those precious relicts will supply the histo
rian, the philosopher, and the moralist, with
very curious comparative facts, on the varia
tions of public opioion, iu the United States
with respect to constitutional principle, and
on a succession ol events, which are the na
tural, if not necessary results ot a pre-ex
isting order of things.
But on those subjects the editor will ah
stain from making any comments; like mo.
dern fabrics affixed to the majestic monu
ments of antiquity, such additions would in
jure the general effect of the original matter:
Nothing then must be expected in this pub
lication, but (he debates of the convention,
as (hey have been daily recollected by the
late re«pectable Chief Justice Yates, and
copied from hi* n- te« by the late chancellor
of the state of N-.-w York, Mr. John Lansing,
bis colleague a* a delegate to the conven
tion, and both distinguished republicans;
To wnich will be annexed, to supply the
vacuum occasioned by the departure of those
two gentlemen from the convention before
ifs termination, the genuine information de
livered t*> the legislature of the state o» Ma
ryland, relative to the proceedings of the
federal convention, by Mr. Luther Martin,
then attorney general of that state and o”e
of the Delegates in the sa d convention ; an
extract of the journal of the convention, con
taining the various plans of constitution,
presented by the several states, and the
constitution of the United States, with all
the amendments ratified, as at present exist
It is supposed that the work will compose
an octavo volumn of about 350 pages—The
letter press to correspond, as nearly a9 pos
sible, to the j* urnal of the federal convec
tion, as published by order of Congress.—
Price to subscribers handsomely bound and
lettered, 2 dols. 50 cents,
O^rSubscrlptions received at the several
ho ik stores in this city, and in all the prin
cipal cities and towns in the United States.
Hbavy, May. 1821.
KEN )L WORTH,
By the Author ot Waverly. iic. &c.
PRICE 1 DOLLAR 75 CENTS.
Just received and for sale by
march 19 JOHN A. STEWART.
DAVID G. PRET'I YMAN,
HAVING commenced the Blacksmith
ing business,on Hoyal street, between
Prince and Duke streets, will be glad to ex
ecute any work in his line; particularly
All kinds of iron work tor carriage?;
coach folding steps; coach and gig spring?;
which he will warrant and sell on seasona
ble terms—Also old springs repaired in (he
neatest manner. All orders w ill be thank
fully received and promptly attended u—
and’all kinds of carriages will be repaired
in the best manner, and on the shortest no
tice. maich 23—tf
AND for s?Je at John A. Stewart’s book
store, price 1 dollar,
Being an abridgment of Burnet’s History of
the Reformation of tbe Church 01 England.
Together with sketches of tbe lives ot Lu
ther, Calvin, and Zuingle, the three celebia
ted reformers ot tbe continent--By the
Rev. Beiwam™ Allen, Rector of the Parish
of St. Aundre, Virginia.
Having been favored with tbe perusal of
an abridgment of tbe history of the relorma
tion, prepared lor publication by the Lev.
B. Allen, I with pleasure comply with Lis
request, in giving it my humble reconimen
dation. It contains tbe histoiv ot all tbe
important facts as narrated by Burnet, and
to those who have not tbe time or the meant
of consulting that writer, must prove intei
esting and valuable. There being a consi
derable class of persons under Ihese circum
stances, such a work has been wanled.arti
I think, tbe present one will be highly ac
ceptable, as serving to meet the existing ex*
igency WILLIAM H. W1LMF.H.
^ otice !
ALL person? indebted to Thomas ShrevIi
or Thomas Shreve & Co* by n<>te<*
bond, are requested to make immediate
payment to the subscribers; and those on
open account to call on them and close the
same by note, otherwise they will be put in*
to the hands of an attorney.
GEORGE S. HOUGH,) TrMtet8 j
JOHN MORGAN, $ Jnwle*3
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN,
A CONVENIENT brick dwelling boost
and store on King street, between Co
lumbus and Alfred Streets.
A convenient dwelling house on sf. Asapfi
street, near tbe comer of King street.
Apply at the Mechanics’ Bank to
CHARLES CHAPIN, Ca*bi«r.
| june 14—eotF/'
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