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• 'v . ; , j r . : * . • _^_____ - ■ --r - - ^ 1 ^ | \foht XXI1] WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1822 iNo H178. flic Steam-Boat Potomac Ur\ll commence, her usual route on f Thursday» next, leaving Washing .atSo’ciock, and Alexandria at half lor Norfolk ‘ t,bj8__ national calendar AND »V\\LS OF THE U. STxYTES; * for 1822. p, -- D],50 just Published, and for Sale bv ‘\l T. KENNEDY. ADVERTISEMENT. On presenting the third volume of the Na ail Calendar to the public, the publishers I auch satisfaction, in being able to state, j ^ the two former have been well received-’* 1 ..So labour has been spared in endeavoring w reuder this more useful than the others. All lhe tiits of Odicers of the Government have been carefully corrected, and compared with I ofocUl copies; all changes in each Department j nJ u the Army and Navy Lists, are given as ; (flei actually stood, on the first day of the pres- ] tot vear; including all promotions made during the?car preceding, with the uew organization ! , ,, \nuy, and the Lineal Rank of the Odi #>, kc.” ..several new' heads have been added to the foA in the present voKune; among the most ja octant, perhaps, are— 1. The Stale of the Treasury. ■I t Statement oj the foreign Commerce of die U. States, m 1321. 2. i Synopsis of the I^aivsofthe United States, ms* Jut the tad Session of Congress. 4 The several Appropriations for the year 1321. 3. The Census of 1320.** 1'ne first four neadsabovementioned will be t aiioued from year to year; and will, it is pre l j;med, be fo md highly useful.’* 4. \ccmarv, has alwavs been tbe first object iit’iis work: and it is confidently believed that all the statements it contains may be fully relied oo. |’o en>ure accuracy, however, it has been found necessary to defer the publication this tear, to a period bevond that originallv contem plated. Vet this delay has been ail advantage; fir, upon examination, it will be seen that the j inference in value, will more than compensate j hr the difterence in time.” feM.___ law3w Notice. BY virtue ot a decree of the honorable the Judges ot Charles county couit, filling as a court ot equity, will be expos ed to public «ale on Thursday, the 14th March next, at the residence ot Mrs. Lu viniia Dyson, Three Tracts, }Pirh of tracts, or parcels oj LAND; Win* the dwelling plantation of which Walter Dyson died seized, called Brother 'll, Indian Cabin, and Nevifs Desire, v'ul.vnmg two hundred and eighty sev< n KreS,\«nd twenty three perches of land, laore ur less. This land lies in Charles (i.unty, thin four miles of Charlotte S'cciiOol, is good farming land, the -i ti^ion reim**W--bly healthy, and iu other respects i« w ell Worth the attention »»fpersons desirous to purchase. 0^7“ trmsot $,de are that ihe purchasers exe 1 le a bond with good and sufficient ser u y for the payment of Ode fourth ot the 1’jfchcs** money, on the rairffcatiou ot tbe sale by the court, and the residue ot the Porcluse money, in three eq"al annual in * itiUMPs, bearing interest Iroiu the day I sale, and on the payment of the whole ^'ircba^e money, and not betore, the trus tees will b\ good and sufficient deevi, convey to tue purchaser all the right ntte a”<l interest ot said V\ alter Dyson in ami ‘; the land and premises above mentioned. LUCINDA DYSON, bCNNKT DYSON, an?G—d6w Trustees District'of Columbia, County of Alexandria, to wit. ON the petition ot Joseph Lawrence, cm Insolvent Debtor, confined in the §*°J ot Alexandria county tor debt,—Ao •!(*is hereby given to the creditors ol the 'ad Joseph Lawrence, that on the touith %ol March next, being the first Mon gol the month, at ll)o clock, A. M. at ^ court house ot said county* the oath fr«Wribed by the act ot Congress ot the foiled States, entitled ‘an act tor the re 4‘*tof Insolvent Debtors within the Dis» net ot Columbia,” will be administered Mtoe said Insolvent, and a Trustee ap tinted, unless sutficieut cause to the coo rhybe then and there shown. Ordered, That this notice be inserted *ice a w»-ek, tor two weeks before that ‘ ?y. iii one of the newspapers printed in ‘^ ’own of Alexandria. , By orler of the honourable William ' :anch. Chief 7udge ot the United States 1 Jrcuit Court of the District of Columbia. fpste, EDM. 1. LEE, C. C. JVeb __ 810,000 | HAVE lento 111 teen thousand dollais o* *hp Georgetown Importing & export Slock, I ‘wish to dispose ot : I will sei u’,,rc >h, or on a credit oi 1 to 10 years ‘ undoubted landed or other security, or ,'c“it lor proD rty. I hose disposed ,',J 1 l,‘r any par* ot this stock, will call v r*y 13ridge-s'reet Geor^etow n. ; KOKULUS KIGG8 ian 1 * Maryland £5 Virginia Tobac co, Wanted by JOHN H. LADD & Co S*»pt 25 __ U Fresh Smyrna Figs & Rais ins, JOHN H. LADD, k Co. HAVE just received per brig Sbawmut from Boston 100 Drums SmyrnaiFigs * 6 do do Raisins ; of excellent quality and in hne order ian 7_ Teas and Salt. RECEIVED per sloop Henry, 1500 bushels ot ground allum salt 94 chests &l boxes ot Hyson b Y. Hyson tea. By tue Milan and Rose in bloom Sattinelts Russia sheetings 4* Ravens duck For sale by A. C. CAZENOVE C&* jail 4 Hemp, Duck, Tea, 6$c. Wm. Towle & Co. HAVE this »iay landrng from brig Ar row, and otfer tor sale, , 10 tons clean St. Petersburgb hemp. 1U0 pieces Russia Duck, 60 lo Raven’s do 2 chests 4* 4 boxes young hyson tea. 20 bairels N.#>0. sugar 20 qr casks T. M. *vine 60 boxes moul 1 candles, 40 do dipped do dec 15 A. C. (Jazenove § iJo. Are purchasing MARYLAND TOBACCO WHEAT, RYE, and FLAXSEED. jan 18 __ tl’l o3lLl oiLl i a, Subscriber his received at his JL Commission H A T S POKE, the fol lowing Hats on Commission; which will be sold low. I quality Philadelphia Beaver Hats, 1 do Baltimore, do Fine Castors, Korams, Imitation du Boys tur Hats, Men* wool (Jo Boys do do. S. D. HARPER, Agent. N. B. I wish to purchase all kinds ol Furs for winch the highest market price witl be paid. t o (2<; e• 3t._ ilopa, Cotton, £JC. iMO. 'ITHOMAS WHIPPLE, opposite to I the Washington i avern, hu9 received a Consignment of 2000 ibs. <>f Hops, ■ A quantity '»l SPUN CO £ 1 O:*, troin No. to 12_ALSO a lew bbls ol prime old WHISKEY, which he will sell cheap lor cash lb 21 3tawf2w_| Russia Sheeting and Raven’s Duck. LANDING from schooner Gen. Green, 100 pieces Russia sheetings, 40 pieces Ravens Duck For sale by W. FOWLE k Co. n<>v 23_i \ omi£ s 1 ca. JOHN. H LADD & Co have just re ceived *r.d offer tor sale, 41 halt chests young hyson tea,ol Ca ledonia’s cargo, jan __ Ten Hollars He ward. Strayed, stolen, or taken a way without consent, iroin Colon Farm, about the 1 si ot November last; .i brown Horse, with white lace, between fifteen and six hand8 high, the property ot Kobt. VY renn, deceased. 1 will give the anove rewaid to any person who will deliver said horse to me, or five dollars tor such information as will enable me to recover tile value ot hll°* JOSEPH BEARD, Adm ot Robert YV renn, deceased Leesburg, Feb. 4 law3w Kitty dollars Reward \\riLL be given tor the apprehension of ’ * a negro woman, by the name ot Kitty, but assume? the name ot ANNE The ea,d negro made tier escape troin me in tht month of October, she is a spare and thin visage woman, ot common height, a dark mulatto about 26 years ot age, tor merly the property ot John Stewart, ot Frederick Coun’y Md. She is uncommon ly arltui, and no doubt will h»ve tree pa* pprs: sbe is most lively to bp about Alex rtiitru, ticoreeto'vii or the City. Ibe above reward will be f brought home, or svciired Uett.eragaiu. «*»■ dec 5_ -_____— JOB PRINTING. Neatl-J executed at lino ^Jfl0i Charles Bennett, | HAS received and offers for sale by the package or piece, Hiist’s imperial blue and black, cloths, of very superior qiwlity colour and dress: Irish linen?, sheetings and lawns ; 6-4 7-4 8 4 9-4 & lu*4 table diapers, remar kably cheap ; 3-4 bird’s eye damask and other diapers; 6-4 tine and superfine cot ton cambrics; Seine and sewing twine; superfine and fine patent shoe thread; garden seeds—and as soon as the naviga tion permits, he will receive Russia sheet ings ot the first quality ; Patent wh t« d brown & coloured threads, printed cottons, 4*c. &c. jan 21lawtf Charles Bennett, HAS received and offers for sale A few casks seine twine 5 o*ak? patent shoe nread, super. 4*hue Three bales rose blankets, assorted from 8-4 to 12-4 Four bales burlaps, of an excellent quali ty Irish linens sheetings and lawns, kc. <Vc. Bestdoublelilos’lerij Chesh ire Cheese, GARDEN SEEDS of the present years growth Particularly selected—He has to rent two comfortable BRICK DWELLING 110US» ES with out-houses complete, oct 17_ lawtf_ New Orleans Sugar. hhds ot first quality NewOrleans su gar, received by the sloop Alpha, and will be landed on Monday. For sale by WM FOWLE. oct 27____ Malaga Wine. WILLIAM FOWL)’, & Co. HAVE just received per Brig Shaw mut and offer for sale, 50 quarter Casks Malaga Wine. jan. 9. ____ Wanted, /X THOUSAND Dollars of North Carolina Bank Paper, by A. k A. H. ADAMS, feb 14_3t TOBACCO. ilHEsu bscriber will buy and sell tobac co lor a commission of one dollar per hhd.—Planter* and others who haye tobacco for sale, by leaving the true sam ples and notes with me, will have the same promptly attended to. Purchasers ol tobacco will ploace call on me. Tobacco for Sale. I have for sale, a prime crop of tobac 8 co made by William Holme’s Esq. ol iUongotnery County, ( M d.) 39 hhds o first ani 13 of secon I quality, inspected iv Bladensburg. I'he inspector pronoun ced it to be in prime shipping order, and all inspected lately. ROMULUS RIGGS. nov 1 ___ Notice. . rriHE Copartnership of J. fr R. W ITH I FJ(S k W'ASlIWaTOX has been dissolved by limitation, all who are indebt ed to 9 id firm will please make payment to eitlipr ot the subscribers who al r»e are au'honsed lo settle the business of that c JOHN WITHERS, JOHN WASHINGTON, jan 29 6td ! he business will in future be conduct ed by John Withers and John Washing ton, under the firm of Wl rilERS k WASHINGTON* WHO have on hand a very general assort ment of DRY GOODS, which they will sell at reduced prices lor Cash or to punc tual Customers,—Also, SEINE TWINE . i heap, leb 16 Cure to ii ilas Come, AND will givethe highest market price fur thirty bkely young negroes Any person wishing to sell can apply to the sub- j ! scriberat E. Legg’s tavern, s^n ol the In- ; dian Queen* DAN IL> T. CbuElON. leb 16___Ct 1 To Hire, A colored male SERVANT, excel lent for the bouse or out door service, about ^0 years of age. lie will be hired until Christmas nut. Inquire of the rioter. feb 12 d!w I ___r--* Cash to give lor Slaves. rpHE subscriber, who resides in Alex 1 andiia, D. C. wishes to purchase a few likely young Negroes, male and female, trom 10 to 18 years of ag^. c O^rPersons having such property tor sale, may find the subscriber living on Henry st. between King and Prince strts. Alexandria, near Mr. Swap’s piaster mill, in Airs. Nutt’s brick house JOHN S /JUPCHEKSON. dec I_l»wtf Negroes Wanted. rpHE subscriber is anxious to purchase 1 filteenortwentyiike.lv young negroes of both sexes, for which liberal prices will be paid if application is made immediate ly He is to oe found at ‘he Indian tyieen Tavern, King street, ^g" GRAVES feb IS 3t»w*w VIRGINIA. Marshal’s Sale, AT a Superior Court of Chancery heM in tin- town ot Fredericksbuigh, on the 27th day of April, 1818, Daniel M’Leori, • • Plaintiff. AGAINST I Jabez B. Rooker, and Mary C, his wife; James Irvin, and Britama and America Hooker; hy Jabez B. Hooker, assigned their guardian, . Defendants. It appearing to the satistaction of the court, that the delendants have been duty served ;ritli a copy ol the interlocutory or* der entered in this cause, at rules, on the 3d day ot October 1817, and they still failing to appear and answer on the motion of th" plaintiff hy counsel, the court doth adjudge order and decree, that the deed from Mary O, Bruoke, to James Irvin, da ted the 1 Oth day of January, 1815, and made an exhibit in this cau^e as to the plaintiff* he annulled and vacated,as far as it conveys any interest to the defendant, James Irvin or raises any trust lor the benefit of the other defendant-; and, that miles Jabez B. Hooker, within six months from the date hereof, pay to the plaintiff, two thousand dollars, with interest thereon at the rate ol six per centum per annum, from the £5th day ol July, 1816, until pay mem, one dollar and seventy cents, and the costs hy the plaintiff expended in the prosecution of this suit. The said del* n dnnt and his heirs, and all persons claiming under him, he from thenceforth barred and foreclosed of all equity and right to re deem ihe land and premises described in the indenture ot mortgage, one ot the ex hibits in this c^ti-e made ou the 13th day ot .Vptemher, lb 15, uetween Jabez B. uooiier iinu wary v^. ms «»c, w* »r part, and Daniel M’Leod ot the utiui part, and in case ot default, in th* payment ot the said J pr»nc pal money, interest and costs, within the time afore said, that .the marshal ot this court, afier giving three week- notice by advertise ment in some public paper, primed in the town ot Alexandria, do expose to sale by public auction, for ready money* ihe land and piemises in the said indenture, men tioned, and nui ol Ihe money arising from the said sale, after deducting the expenses attending the same, pay to the » t int ff the said principal money, interest and costs ,nd the surplus of ihe proceeds of sale, it any, pay to the defendant James Irvin,and report his proceedings to the court in order to a final decree. And liberty is reserved to the infant defendants, to shew cause a gainst this decree at any’ time within six months after they shall have respectively attained the age ol twenty-one years. Co-l-, d9 dollars 95 cts A copy, Teste, J T. FORI), C C O^rPursuant to the foregoing decree, 1 shall on the 8tb day of Match nex;, on the premises, expose to sale by public auction to the highest bidder, for ready money* the l«nd and premises iherein referred to The tract contains lot acres, and is a part ol a laiger tract called RETiiiEMEN1 in the county of Fainax, and lies on :he road between Alexandria and Colchester* about /our miles from the former. WM. M. CRAIG, Deputy of John Stanard, Marshal teh Tl_3tawt« Was Committed rglO the jail of Fairfax county, by war^ Jl rant trom under the hand of Law rence Lewis, Esq. dated the 2Lt day ot SepMCSl, Jl Negro Jtlaiu Who calls himself John, a runaway, and committed as the property of a Mr. Hump, and lately purchased of a Mr. Cave Withers, of Alexandria, (D. C.)— but since in jail says he was thejproperty of William 8kinker, deceased, ot Stafford county. The said negro is about 18 or 20 years ot age, very black, about 5 teet 8 or 10 inches high, and had on when committed, a black broad cloth coat, a dark green pair ot 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 direct?* P. B. BRADLEY, Jailor for S. Japkson, Sheriff of Fuirjax Co. The editors of the Richmond Enquirer, will please publish the above commitment in their paper once a week for three months, and send their .account to me tor settlement. odd 10—1aw3m_H n. liolm rjiHE Subscriber having resumed the 1 Flour and Grocery Business in Alex andria, begs leave again to offer hi* ser \ire* to hi* Country friends He will purchase and sell flour—or receive it on j 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. j a n 14___ - NOTICE. HAVING on the 27th of November Inst ilispu, dot my Stone Ware Ma nufactory to Messrs. Hueh Smith & Co with all my stock, and they having started the business on a large scale; those who have favored me with their custom hereto fore, may always depend on being suppli- . ed at the shortest notice with ware ot the best quality, and on the same terms as they bought fr-m me A* I wish to close my accounts with ail those that 1 owing, I also wish those that are indebted to me to mske as speedy payment a« possible, so that I may be enabled to .ettle with my^or^ I feh 21 *6t ' CASH. The Fifth Class, WASHINGTON MONUMENT Lottjery, / Will commence oirlbe 2zd of THF$ MONTH, the birth day of the Faiber of America; thr first drawn ticket will be en titled to the handsome prize of Three Thousand Dollars. The scheme contains the following rich prizes viz: 1 prize of $30,000 1 20,000 1 10,000 2 5,000 2 3,000 8 8,000 20 1,000 50 100 100 50 50 20 60,000 dolls, in smaller prizes. VLhY A.hLKIlaN shod d buy a •i-J t/ckel ib tins lottery, that can prcu iUte one. be are they art all sold. Recol lect it is to build a Monument to the im mortal Washington : independent of that object, the almost certainty ot drawing a nawdsome prize. Many fortunes have been made by those who purchased (heir tickets RIGGS’ Independent Lottery and E&-. . change Uhice, BRIDGES! . GEORGETOWN. Puffing has become so common with venders ot Lottery Tickets that it is time to quit it ! Rut l rnu-t be pardoned tor stating a smile of Fortune that occurred a sboit time since, which must forever im mortalize Riggs in the eye ot the (air sex. A tine young man addressed a sweet girl, «nd had been eneage<: upwards of tWi Ive months, nothing under Heaven in the way but the objection of the young lady’s pa rents, tearing he w ould not be able to sup port a wile; How soon wa* he made inde pendent ! 'J en day’s alter he purchased the fortunate ticket, he pocketed 8,500 dollars in cash, went to his dear intended, gave her the money , and told her where be met with this smile ot fortune ; Oh wha( happiness ! In a short time they are to be married, and their first son is 'to be called RUMVLVS RIGGS. Who need, alter this, enquire w here to buy Lottery Tickets- This is but one of the many persons who have made them selves rich by buying at this Fortunate Office Every person should at all times keep a ticket or two in lotteries ; it is the only way that a fortune can be realized for a trine, and without risk. Individuals and Companies buyiug ten or more tickets w ill be entitled to a credit until the li tte ry finishes drawing, by giving an approv ed endorsed note. Whole Ticket, $10 Half---. 5 Quarter ------ 2 50 Eighth - -- -- -- 125 ORDERS trom any part of the United States, will meet prompt attention, and all lottery information given gratis, by direct ing to ItOMULUS RIGGS, Georgetown, D. C. feb 7_ '_ Trust Sale. ON Monday the 15th day of April next, at one P. M. The Subscriber will offer at Public Sale, at the front door ot Fair fax Court-house—*a tract of Land contaiffj mg about 367 acres, Lying on Wolf Trap Run.in Fairfax Coun ty.— bounded by the Lands ot John S. Lore. E-’ ward Adams 4' Robert Gunnel). The above sale will be made tinder a deed of Tiust from James C Deueale and wife, to the Subscriber to secure a debt due to Thomas Janney, &Oo. Terms of Sale; one fifth of the purchase money in hand, the balance in three equal instalments, oi 6, J2, and 18 months, with interest from the day ot Sale; the deterred payments to be secured by deed ot Trust* F R. 1 TAYLOR, kb. 14 eodts. To Bent, A valuable garden and lot of ten acre.'1, on the touth side of the Poto* ! m*c in the vicinity of Alexandria, and ' perfectly accessible to Washington and Georgetown. The garden is in a good state ol cultivation at d contains shrubs and a choice collection ut fruit trees from Prince’s garden, near New York. This property will be rented on advantage0*** terms. Inquire of the Print** teb 2* Unin *' safe. i