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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL SNOWDEN, ROYAL STREET, ALEXANDRIA.
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^Txxil] SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1822. [No. 616S.
labourers Wanted.
F,rTY able bodied Black Labourers
which will be hired for the year, to
, at Old'Point Comfort and its vicim
!U'lyr «uch liberal wage* will be paid,
■r"~ rttL.r need applv to
V^e other. BOLITHA LAWS,
•‘Jit the Washington Tavern.
dtSBfeb
Intelligencer will insert the
,h!weeotJSIeb. _
Notice.
THE partnership heretofore existing
under the firm ot Dorsey & Gibbs,
this dav disolv^d by mutual con-ent.—
'ind our books are put into the bands of
J;.n„A Weden, to settle and collect, and
K2other. MIAL DORSEY,
,i0dlcl5— JOHN H-GlBBS>
L-^Il those indebted to the firm of
DOKSEY & GIBBS, are requested to
Mie uomed.au., parent,Oveedon_
fei» i —--tL_
Notice.
VL\RGE quantity ot fir*t rate O AK
WOOD can be had on moderate
terror as soon as the river is navigable, at
the landing of George Mason, urouthot
Mifferwomau creek, Charles county Md.
' jao ?4 _ 3t
Tea Dollars lie Will’ll.
Strayed, stolen, or taken a
vvay without consent, t oir
Coton Farm, about the 1st of
_ November last;
.1 brown Horse,
with white face, between fifteen and six
band? high, the property ol Robt. Wrenn,
ueceased. 1 will give the above reward
to any person who will deliver said horse
loiof, or five dollars tor such information
as will enable me to recover the value of
JOSEPH BEARD, A im.
of Robert Wrenn, deceased.
Left3burg, Feb 4_1 nv iw _
To Wood Cutters and Sellers
ol* Timber.
rpf?E<’uh«cvibers respectfully repre«ent
? to sellers of timber, that by filling
it in April or May, when the sap is run
ning, and securing the bark, they will
save the whole value of the hark, and the
tiaiber is just a? good for any purpose.
We wish to purchase a considerable
quantity of chesnut oak, Spanish & black
o*k bark, which may be readily cut in A
pril or Mrv, and for which we will give a
Iteral price. EZH A KINSEY & Co,
M. MILLER,
SMOG r & HR \NDT.
jan 29 W2w
Notice.
rPHE subscriber will commence his
1. SCHOOL at Mr. Edmund’s school
house on Monday the 4tb February next.
He will teach
Heading,
Writing,
Arithmetic,
English Grammar,
. Geography, -
Book-Keeping, &c.
on 'heu«ual conditions; males and females
*ill he received. The patronage of the
public is respectfully solicited.
SAMUEL PLUMMER.
Mr-P. offers his services to mechanics,
and other persons, who may not have lei
J’ith to arrange their books and accounts,
jan 29 ' tut*i-6t
Dissolution of Partnership.
f PHE undersigned have this day dissolv
| eii partnership by mutual consent—
-V persons who have claims, are request
f' to present them lor liquidation, and
tho<e indebted to them are solicited to
immediate payment to James L.
frhice, DORSET 4- PRINCE.
Ifbj lsburgk, Fairfax Co. f a.
■VB. In tendering our gratelul thanks
*o<uf ifieii.is 4b. patrons, we beg leave to
J; tiumend our successor, Mr. Edward
t*k, -isa person every way qualified to
satisfaction to those who may stop at
-’s tavern, D. 4> P.
jan 10 tf
Notice.
fpHE Stockholders uf the Alexandria
,, Lihnry Company, are hereby not fied
an tlection for a President and elev
y''hectors, (to manage the allair- ot that
j^tilutiott for the ensuing year) will be ;
the Library Room, between the
°utsot nine and two, the 10th oi t eb
T^y iust.
W’M. G. CRANCH, Librarian. j
_Jeh4__ i
Bolting Cloths.
JONAPHAN JANNEY, has for sale
*u assortment ot
bolting ‘Cloths of Superior
Quality.
v * ' orders from Millers or others will
Particularly attended to.
A iso,
^ constant supply of
, Ground Plazier,
trJ1 e the ton, barrel oi bushel, at a
.J fenced pric*.
«\\ *\n £‘v<tu tor empty barrels.
2*wtf J
WMEVT,
Purchased by
, JOHN *H. LADD & Co.
sent. 4
‘laryiand Tobacco,
OF fine qualities iswanted by
TH. H. HOWLAND.
11 th mo .302aw6w
A situation as wet nurse is
wanted by a person who has no family. She
is heaithy and young, and has a good breast
of milk. Apply at this office,
nov 14 -—eotf
New Orleans Sugar.
tyCi hhds ot ’firstEquality NewOrleans su
. ^ gar, received by the sloop Alpha,
and will be landed on Monday. For sale
by WM FOWLE.
oct 57
New Orleans Sugars.
Hhd«. New Orleans Sugars lan
^1'iig per schr. Ocean—For sale
1 by
__W. FOWLED Co.
Vlaryland £$ Virginia Tobac
co, Wanted by
JOHN H. LADD & Co.
Sept 25 tf
5800 Bushels G. Allum Salt.
LINDSAY & HILL have just receiv
ed, and otTer tor sale,
5300 bushels ground Allum Salt,
50 boxes mould candles,
dec 4 tf
liauk Stock W an ted.
A Y/’ANTED twenty or thirty shares
t f of Potomac or Farmer's Bank Stock
for which cash will be given. Enquire ot
the Pnuter,
ang. 28tf
Doctor Joseph Wheelwright
WrILL practise Medicine, Surgery,^c.
in Alexandria and its vicinity.—
His present residence is at Mrs. Evelith’s
Cameron street, opposite the market
house.
nov 13 dit
Coffee.
fZ nnnPOUNDS prime Green COF
urvu FEE, lauding from schrCent
For sale by WM. FOWLE& Co.
ja» g_
Russia Sheeting and Raven’s
Duck.
fANDING from schooner Gen. Green,
100 pieces Russia sheetings,
40 pieces Havens Duck.
For sale by W. FOVVLE & Co.
nov 23_ _
Pernambuco Hides.
C) 1 an DRY salted ox hides, of a su
^51 perior quality, and a few horns
on board brig Resolution, from Pernam
buco, for sale by J. <V,J« HARPER.
d«-c 91 3t
Win. Fowie, Co.
i 5 AVE just received, per sloop Java,
M from New York, and*ofTer for sale 6
casks^of Bridport'seine and sail twine ol
?»iperior quality. ___dec Id
ew Work.
,4 MEMOIR of the life and character
ot the Rev. Samuel Bacon, A. M.
late Attorney at Law, officer of Marines &
principal agent tor liberated Africans in
western Africa; by a gentle man of Wash
ington city, for sale by
Messrs. J- A. DOUGLASS,
and A. T. KENNEDY.
dec 31_«.°2w_ _
Fresh Smyrna rigs & hais
ins,
< JOHN H. LADD, & Co.
H AVE just received per brig Shawmut
from Boston
11?0 Drums Smyrna Figs
(j do do Raisins
of excellent quality and in tine order
jau 7 ____—
To Rent,
ITIOR one or more years, a LOT at the
I' we<t end of Alexandria, containing
,breeacrtS) under a^ynclosur^
jin >9^ -——
Young Hyson lea.
JOHN- H. LADD & Co. have just re
ceived and offer lor sale,
41 halt chests young hyson tea, ot Ca
ledonia’s cargo,
jan *28
Cassia,
200 MATTS Cassia, received from
Philade’^hia. For sale by
_* A H. ADAMS—
Very Superior Tea,
1^6^13 lb boxes, together with a ge
neral assortment of ^
Groceries,
0( *
^an Marylftn(^ Tobacco,
dec 01
Removal.
BP£WHITNEY begs leave to ae
• quaint his friends aod the public in
general that he has removed his shop from
h° corner ot Fairlax to the corner, of
Pi.nce & Water streets; Where he will be
happy to supply his customers as former
ly, with any*description that they may at
any time need as low he trusts, as any
other in the District, and he likewise
wishes > inform them that he bas just
received a full supply ot almost every ar
ticle for the approaching season, which
will be found an object for those that need
such goods to call and judge for them
selves.
N. B. Every description of ready made
clothing constantly on hand, and the low
est prices, and any orders fulfilled with
punctuality and despatch.
sept ?3 _3taw4nr.
Charles Bennett,
HAS received and offers for sale
A few casks seine twine
5 oeaks patent shoe nread, super. d*hne
Three bales rose blankets, assorted from
8-4 to 12-4
Four bales burlaps, of an excellent quali
ty *
Irish linens sheetings and lawns, &c. 4*c.
Bestdoubletrlos’terij Chesh
ire Cheese,
GARDEN SEEDS of the present years
growth
Particularly selected—Fie has to rent two
comfortable BRICK DWELLING HOUS
ES with out-houses complete.
■ ■rt 17_lawtf_
(ppTo the Millers, Farmers,
Merchants and others, about to send Flour
to Alexandria for Inspec'ion:
You will please to take notice,
rpHAT in consequence of a request
1 made to me by United States Grand
Jury for the county ot Alexandria, through
their foreman, l shall proceed gradually
to raise the grade ot flour inspected in
this port, and I hope you will forward my
views by using every exertion in you*
power to meet my reasonable expectations
on that subject.
i am respectfully your ob t servant.
1 AMOS ALEXANDER.
Flour Inspector.
_dec2j___ *f _
Was Committed
rriO the jail of Fairfax county, by war
-I rant from under the hand ot Law
rence Le * is, Esq. dated,, the 2lst day ot
Sept,1821,
A Negro Man,
Who calls himself John, a runaway,
and committed as the property of a Mr.
Hump, and lately purchased ot a Mr.
Cave Withers, of Alexandria, (D. C.)—
but since in jail says he was the*proPerty
of William Skinker, deceased, ot Statfoid
county. The said negro is about 18 or
20 years of age, very black, about 5 feet
8 or 10 inches high, and had on when
committed, a black broad cloth coat, a
dark green pair of pantaloons and white
hat. The owner is requested to come for
' ward, prove property, pay charges and
take him away; otherwise he will be dis
posed of as the law directs.
p. B- BRx\DLEY, Jailor
for S. Jackson, Sheriff of Fairfax Co.
The editors of the Richmond Enquirer,
will please publish the above commitment
in their paper once a week lor three
months, and send their ^account lo me for
settlement.
dec 10—1aw3m_» •
Notice.
BY virtue of a decree of the honorable
the Judges of Charles county court,
sitting as a court of equity, will be expos
ed to public sale on Thursday, the 14th
March next, at the residence of Mrs. Lu
cinda Dyson,
Three Tracts,
i'Parts of tracts, or parcels oj
LAND;
being the dwelling plantation of which
Walter Dyson died seized, called Brother
hood, Indian Cabin, and Nevit's Desire,
containing two hundred and eighty seven
acres, and twenty three perches of land,
more or less. This land lies in Charles
county, within four miles of Charlotte
Hall school, is good farming land, the si
tuation remarkably healthy, and in other
respects is well
fForlh the attention
of persons desirous to purchase. 0^7~The
terms of sale are that the purchasers exe
cute a bond with good and sufficient secu
rity for the payment of one fourth of the
purchase money, on the ratification of the
sale by the court, and the residue of the
purchase money, in three eq”al annual in
stalments, bearing interest from the day
of sale, and.on the payment of the whole
purchase money, and not before, the trus- |
tees will by good and sufficient deed, 1
convey to the purchaser, all the right tiLe _
and interest of said Walter Dyson in and ,
to the land and premises above mentioned. ,
F LUCINDA DYSON,
BENNET DYSON, I
jan 26—d6w Trustees !
~ notice!
rpHE Subscriber having resumed the
8 Flour and Grocery Business in Alex
andria, begs leave again to ofl«* his ser
vices to his Country friends. He will
purchase and sell flour—or receive it on
Storage.’—He will keep constantly on hand
a stock of Groceries, and transact any
business which they may be disposed to
confide to him.
SAMUEL THOMPSON.
jan 14.
Charles County Court,
August term9 1821.
ON application to the Judges of Charles
county Court, by petition in writing
oi Henry T. AlcPherson of Charles coun
ty, for the benefit of the act of assembly
for the relief of insolvent debtois passed
at Nov. session 1805, and the several sup
plements thereto on the terms mentioned
there, a schedule of bis property ahd a
list of his creditors on oath, 60 far as he
can ascertain them, bfihg annexed to hia
petition,and being satisfied by competent
testimony that the said Henry T. McPher
son, has resided two years immediately
preceding the time of his application in
the stale of Maryland, and being also sa
tisfied that the said Henry T. McPherson
is in actual confinement for debt and foi
no other cause, and the said Henry T. Mc
Pherson having entered into bond with
sufficient security, for his personal appear
ance in Charles county court to answer
such allegations as his creditors may make
against him; it is therefore ordered and
adjudged that the said Henry T* McPher
son 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 oi Columbia, once a
week for two months successively, before
the third Monday of Alarch next, he give
notfee to his creditors to appear before
the said court at Port Tobacco, in said
county,on the said third Monday in Alarch
next, for the purpose of recommending a
Trustee for their benefit, and to shew
cause if any they have, why the said Hen
y T. McPneraun should not have the be
nefit of the several insolvent laws of this
state as prayed.
Test, JOHN BARNES, elk.
State of Maryland.
Charles County, Set.
ON application to ihe subscriber, one
of the Judges of the Orphans Court
of Charles County, by petition in wri
ting of Walter Edelen of Charles Coun
ty, for the benefit of the act ot Assembly
for the relief of insolvent debtors, past
ed at Nov. session, 1805, and the sev
eral supplements thereto, on the terms
mentioned therein, a schedule of his
property and a list of bis creditors on
oath, so far as he can ascertain them,
being annexed to his petition and being
satisfiedby competent testimony that the
said Walter Edelen, has resided two years
immediately preceding the time of bit
application in the state of Maryland; and
being also satisfied that the said Walter
Edelen is in actual confinement for debt
and for no other cause, and the said Wal
terlEdelen, having entered into bond, with
sufficient security for his personal appear
ance in Charl€9 County Court, to answer
such allegations as his credjors may
make against him. It is therefore ordered
& adjudged that the said Walter Edelen,
be discharged from imprisonment, and
that by causing a copy of this order to be
inserted inaomeone of the newspapers
edited in the District of Columbia, once
a week lor two months, successively be
fore the third Monday of March next, he
give notice to bis creditors to appear be
fore the said court at Port Tobacco in said
county, on the said 3d Monday ofJWarch
next; for the purpose of recommending a
trustee tor their benefit and to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said
Walter Edelen should not have the benefit
of the several insolvent laws of this state
as prayed. Given under my hand^thisf
23ddayofOc.obej..8*..AMpBELL(
True copy, Teste, JOHN EARNES,
elk
dec 5 Matrfm
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fetate ot Maryland,
Charles County, Set.
ON application to the subscriber, one of
Ihe judges of the Orphan’s Court ot
Charles County, by petition in writing
of William Bridgett, of Charles County,
for the benefit ot the act of Assembly
for the relief of insolvent debtors, pass
ed at November session, 1805, and the
several supplements thereto on the terms
mentioned therein, a schedule of his
property, and a list of his creditors on
oath so far as he can ascertain them being
annexed to his petition, and being satisfied
by competent testimony that the said Wm»
Bridgett has resided two years immediate
ly preceding the time ot his application
in the state of Maryland, and being also
satisfied that the said V\ illiam Bridget, is
in actual confinement for debt, and for no
other cause; and the said Wii. Bridgett
having entered into bond with sufficient
security for his personal appearance in
Charles County Court, to answer such al
legations as his creditors may make
against him. It is therefore ordered and
adjudged, that the said Wiliam Bridgett
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
week for two months successively befoie
the third Monday of March next, he give
notice to his creditors to appear before
the said court at Port Tobacco in said
county, on thesaid third Monday in March
next, for the purpose of recommending a
trustee for their benefit, and to shew cause,
if any they have, why the said Wiliam ;
Bridgett should not have the benefit of the
several insolvent laws of this state; as
prayed*
Given under my hand this 23d day o*
Oct. 1821. I. CAMPBFXL.
True copy, Teste, JOHN BARNES, elk.
dec 5 _ ’ lgwgm
JOB PRINTING.
JYeatbj executed at this Office
r- mr ~r%rr-—
Orphan’s Court,
Alexandria County, \
February Term 1822. \
ORDERED, that the Executrix of John
Howard, deceased, do give the usual
notice to debtors and creditors three times
in the Alexandria Gazette.
A copy. Teste, A. MOORE,
Reg. of Wills,
This it to give notice;
' That tbe subscriber, of Alexandria
County, in tbe District of Columbia, bas
o >tamed trom.tbe Orphans Court, of said
County, letters testamentary, on the per
sonal estate of John Howard, late ot tbe
county, aforesaid, deceased* Ail persons
having claims against the said deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit the same;
; with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber,
passed by tbe Orphans Court on or before
the 4th day August next, or they may by
i law, be excluded all benefit to said Kstate;
i and those indebted thereto, are requested
| to make immediate payment.
V Given under my hand this 4th day ot
February 1822
ELIZABETH HOWARD,
Executrix of John Howard, dec’d.
Feb 4_ 3t
Orphan’s Court,'
Alexandria County, i
February Term, 1322. f
ORDERED, that the administrator of
Alexander Baggett, deceased, do give
the usual notice to debtors and creditors,
three times a week two weeks in tbe Alex
andria Gazette.
A copy. Teste, A. MOORE,
Register of W ills.
This is to give notice,
That the subscriber of Alexandria coun
ty, in tbe District ot Columbia, has ob
tained from tbe Orphan’s Court of said
couuty, letters of administration on the
personal estate of Alexander Baggett, Irte
of the county aforesaid, deceased. Ai!
persons having claims against the said der
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit, tbe
same with tbe vouchers thereof the sub**
scriber, passed by the Orphan’s Court on
or before the 4th day of August next , or
they may by law be excluded all benefit
to said estate, and those indebted thereto,
are required to make immediate payment.
Given under my band ibis 4th day ot
February, 1822. ___
IGNATIUS BAGGETT,
Adm’rol Alex. Baggett deceased.
feb 4 3taw2w
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Orphan’s Court,
Alexandria County, ?
February term, 1822. J
ORDERED that the administrator of
Henry L Maund, deceased do in*
sert the usual notice to debtors and credi
tors three times in the Alexandria Gazette.
A copy. Teste, A. MOORE,
Register of wills.
This is to give notice that the subscriber
of Alexandria county in the District of Co
lumbia, has obtained from the Orpbao’s
Court of said county, letters of adminis
tration on the personal estate of Henry L.
Maund, late of the county aforesaid,
deceased. All persons having claims a
gainst the said deceased aie herebynotified
to exhibit the same with the vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, passed by the
Orphan** Court, on or oefore the 4th day
of August next, or they may by law be
excluded all benefit to said estate; and
those indebted thereto are required to
make immediate payment.
Given under my band this 4lh day of
February, 1822.
GEORGE CARTER,
Adrn’r of Henry L, Maund dec’d.
feb 4 3t_~
Little ltiver Turnpike Coin*'
pany.
January, 9, 1822.
A DIVIDEND of six per cent for the
last twelve months, on each share ot
stock held in this Institution is declared,
and will be paid to the stockholders or
their representative* on or after the filth
day of February next. By order of the
stockholders.
JONAH THOMPSON, Treasurer
;an If StawfM _
Alfred Gibson,
ATTORNEY at law, offers his ier ri
ces to practise in the Courts ot this
I District, also in the Superior and Inferior
Courts of Fauquier County, State ot Vir*
ginia. He may be tound at bis office on
Cameron street, or at the Washington* ta
vern. dec 13 eo?ro ^
Hemp, Duck, Tea, £$c.
Wm. Towle & Co.
HAVE this day landrng from brig Ar
row, and offer for sale,
• 10 tons clean St. Petersburg!) hemp.
100 pieces Russia Duck,
60 do Raven’s do
2 chests 4* 4 boxes young hyson tea.
20 barrels N.»U. sugar
20 qr casks T. M. wine
60 boxes mould candles,
40 do dipped do
dec 16
810,000
T HAVE ten to Ifteen thousand dollars
1 of the Georgetown Importing k export
ing Stock, I wish to dispose pt: 1 willael -
it for cash, or on a credit ©I 1 U)»|0 years
for undoubted landed or other security, or
exchange it for property. Those disposed
to deal for any part of this stock, wui ca J
a, my offic, Bridge^ G^-;
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