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Public , P.Y vb tue of a Deed of Trust ' f, »m Jam s S. Scott and wife, - ■?! faring date the 18th day of July ».f£i 82l, to the subscriber for the } u p of securing the payment of a sum t>: n «i rv therein mentioned to Henry C. t';i!l be sold to Ihe highest bolder f >r resfiy umey on Saturday, the 2nd ot »J irch, 18 2 2, at 12 oclock, A. M. on ihe o»*-m»?es a certain lot or parcel of ground with toe buil lings improvements there v» ! s r uate an liei -outu side ot Duke street, ) 1 the eastward of 'Vest street, con • *y-? ! to toe said James S. Scott, by Lou i, / vn by d^ed bearing date, the 8tb f tv, 18 i d. and *tuly recorded in the (‘ i- k’s «i)ice at Alexandria. Jp n receipt of the purchase money, the s/.<r.uef; as Trustee, will execute a <j ed. N. S. VVISE, Trustee, feh 7_dts To Rent, - A MILL, with a ?ood stand fo ; ■ V®^ * Diy Good ami Grocery Store r *. * J J not tar distant from the District ot Columbia. The mill has been jod repaired. Enquire of D. Minor Esq, j d »'»ijty marshal, Alexandria, or Jeremiah tironngh, Esq. Georgetown._ V or ftaie. 1 will sell my HOUSE on King- ] /iV^fstreet, at a very reduced price, it l ^!»is adapted fora 6tore and large family, combining elegance and i'.onve«iience; and situated in a most heal T »/ and desirable neighborhood. It is w >r!hy the attention of any p£. i'on desi res of a permanent residence.j Also, to Kent, ^ A small house on the west end “of Duke-street; emulated lor a ? JiHl dwelling and shop. J AS. S. SCOTT. * o"___|*_ Notice. n Having rented the ALD1L Mills £l‘l?ftfor a term of years, l tender to ■tj r ~ j] their Old Customers, and to a*l ■ other persons who may be inclin ed to ton file in me, every accommoad ion which l can-ender them. To such .as I a n unknown to, and may deem it prudent to require it. I oiler unquestion able security for the faithful peilormance "i everv obligation 1 contract, lor the o ircha.^e of wheat or the exchange of dour. A ton of plaster can be broke and ground 11 fc’*y-five minutes irom the moment ol delivery, by a pvrof five feet Allegany ii jrr*, ur?* i by a nineteen leet water wheel, and five p*ir ot French Burrs, soma of whichexcee 1 ir diameter the for mer, as sure to the Farmer and Merche* t as prompt anexchmge of flour; tor w.ieat, as the county of Loudoun can lurrnsh. .Las. SIV1FSOV. A1 lie, Sept. 23, 18?L_nov 15 To be liented. A hou«e and Lot on Union 9treet, 3vs % lately occupied by the -ub$< riber. ANN LEAP. ^ dec 7_tf_ iJistnet ot uoluinuia, Alexandria County *io wit : Xcveiiib. r Term, 1321. \ l&tn day \ IN CHAnCERY. .dnrd Bland Lee, Richard Smith, cash ier of the Office oi Discount and Depo sit, nt vVashir.gtoo, being a branch ol the 8 ink of the United Slates. The Pre«: lent, Directors and company of the .Bin!; of the United States, and /falter Jones—Complainants, AGAINST John Hopkins, John Glassed! and Marga t, [ C. Glis-ell, (Ide Margaret C Lee.) hi-* wife, James L. M Keuna and John Lloyd— Defendant*, ■r|MiE let ndant, John Hopk ns, not hav k ing entered his appearance, and giv mi seruri y according lo the statute and ; iH* ot ‘his court, anJ it appearing to me -Titisfaction of the court, upon affidavit n d, that ‘he sai i detendant John Hop kins. i* not inhabitant o‘ the Dis tant of Columbia. On motion of the cmn !.i*iifits by their counsel, i. i-i ordered i!i it the «aid detendant John Hopkins do appear here on or before the fi»st day of next A y Term a-ui er.tcr his appearance to ‘his suit, an 1 gve security lor perform ing the decrees of the couit. An i that the other defendants John Glassell and M .rgaret C. Glassell. (late Margaret C. Lee) his wife, James L. M'Kenna, and J-»hn Lloyd, do not pay away, w «y, convey or secrete the debts by them o*ving ut or the estate cr effects in their h » i- belonging to the said absent defen d nit. John Hopkins, until the turlh^r or der or decree of th*s c u t: and that a ro py ot this order be forthwith published in 0'ie o. the public newspapers printed in the town ot Alexandria, tor two months successively and that another copy be post e i at the Iront door ot the court house of the said county. A Copy. Teste, EDM. I, LEE, C. C. fob 21 __2m Little iiiver Turnpike Com pany. January, 9, IS22. \ DIVIDEND of six per cent tor the _ _ Hst twelve months, on each share ot 5tock held in this Institution is declared, en t will be paid to the stockholders or Their representative* on or alter the tilth day of Fe >ruary next. By order of the stockholders. JONAH THOMPSON, Treasurer* Jan 1 f_StawtM Labourer’s Wanted. J.^IFTY able bodied Black Labourers which will he hired for the year, to work at Old'Point Comfort and its vicini ty—for such liberal wa^es will be paid. None other need a to IT HA LAWS, it the Washington Tavern, 1.5 dtihieb C^*Nat. lnb»l lijyencer will insert the above, eot i Dissolution of Partnership. v l^HE undersigned have this day dissolv JL ed partnership by mutual consent— Allpersons who have claims, are request ed to present them tor liquidation-, and all those iudebted to them are sobcited to make immediate payment to James L. Prince, DORSET * PRINCE. Lloydsburgh, Fairfax Co. Fa. N. B. Ici tendering our grateful thanks to our friends &, patrons, we beg leave to recommend our successor, Mr. Edward Clark, as a person every way qualified tr give satisfaction to those who may stoo at his tavern, L). 4* P. jan 10 tf Bolting Cloths. OX*THAN JANNEY, bas for sale an assortment of Bolting Cloths of Superior Quality. All order* from Millers* or others will be particularly attended to. Also. A constant supply of Ground Plaster, for sale by the ton, barrel oi bushel, at a ery reduced price. (r^-Cash given (or empty barrels. 9 mo £9 2awtf State of Maryland, Charles Couniy, Set. ON application to tbe subscribermne of the justices of the Orphan’s Court ot Charles County, by petition in writing of Wjlliaru Farrand of Charles county,for the benefit ot the act of Assembly for tbe re lief ot Insolvent debtors, passed at Nov. session 1805, and the several supplement 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 William Farrand, has resided two years immediately preceding the time ot his application in the state ot Maryland, and being satisfied that the said IVm. Far rand is in actual confinement lor deb and for no other cause, and the said Wm. Far rand having entered into bond with suffi cient security lor hi? personal appearance in Charles couniy court, to answer such allegations as his cieditors may make a ga»nst him. It is therelore ordered and adjudged that the said Wm Farrand, 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 ot Columbia, once a week for two months successively belore the third Monday of March next, he give notice to his creditors to appear before tbe said court at Port Tobacco in said couniy on the said 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 William Farrand should hot have the benefit of the several insolvent laws of this state as prayed. Given under my hand this 8th day of November. 1821 1. CAMPBELL. Teste, JOHN BARNES, Clerk of Charles county court. jan 7_ law2m District of Columbia. Alexandria Coun'y, to wit: November Term, 25»h Day £ IN CHANCERY. Richard 1. Jones—Complainant. AUAINST Waller Jones, Administrator of Charles Lee, deceased, and Margaret C. Lee, widow of the said Charles Lee, deceas ed, Waller Juoes and Ann Lucinda, his > wife, Allred Lee, Robert S. Lee and Elizabeth Lup — Defendants. ? 8 ^HE defendants UargaretC* Lee and l her children, Rob- rt S. Lee and Eli ziheth Lee, not having entered their ..p pearauce *nd given security according to die statute and the rules of this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon ailidavit filed, that the said Margaret C. Lee and her children,/Robert S. Lee and Elizabeth Lee, are not inhabi tants of the District of Columbia, on the motion of the complainant by his counsel, it is ordered,that die swid deb ndants,Mar garet C. Lee children, Robert S. Lee i: Elizabeth Lee, do appear here on or be f >re the tlrst day of next May term, and answer the bill of the complainant, and that a copy of this order be forthwith pub lished in one ot 'he public newspapers printed in the town of Alexandria, lor two months successive, and that another copy be posted at the front door ol the Court House of the said county. A Copy 1 este. EDM. I. LEE, C. C« feb 21 ”n 1 District ot* Uolu.uoia. Alexandria County, to wit: November Term, 1821, ( |21st Day.- \ IN CHANCERY. United States ot America—Complainants. AGAINST Murdock, Yuiie, Wardiop and Company, and James H. Hooe administrator oi W.il im Hodgson, deedased —Uejen dants 11 HE defendants Murdock, Yuiie, War drop and Company, not having en tered their appearance and given security according to the statute and the rules of the court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court upon affidavit filed, that the said defendants Murdock, Fuile, Wardrop and Company are not inhabitants of the District of Columbia, but reside out ot me United Stales ol America* On I he mo tion of the complainants by their counsel, it is ordered, that the said defendant, Murdock, Yuiie, Wardrop and Company do appe.r here on or before the first day of May term next, and answer the bill of the complainants, and that a c-»py of this -rder be forthwith publish© : in one of the public newspapers printed in the town of Alexandria, tor two months successively, and that another copy be posted at the trout door ot the Court House of the said county- A Copy.—Teste. fiDM. I, LEE, C. C. feb 21 Indian! n&rmnry. DU. B. M. SjITH. h»e of Baltimore begs leave y inform the Citizens ot Washington, Aie/andria and Georgetown, and their vieiuit/i that he has commenced his / practice On Cameron dreet a few doors west of tke Taeatrc, • Where the sick of all diseases are re spectfully invited to call and they shall be duly attended to. Hie poor and destitute will receive council and medicine gratis. Dr. Smith has constantly on hand, all kinds of domestic and other Medicine, prepared by himself. All letters from the country postpaid, giving a description of their disease will be duly attended to. Convenient private apartments are pro vided where all such as wish confidential advice will be received at all times, dec 14 TO THE AFFLICTED, ff^HG subscribers being persuaded of JL the merits ot Dr. SMITH, Great York street, Baltimore, who has introduc ed thej Indian system of medicine and i healing, cannot be too generally known, 1 and feeling that gratitude which it is rntu- j ral to leel to Providence, and towards a j man who under his assistance has raised : them from inlirmity and wretchedness, to | health and comfort, and from a hope of rendering a «ervice to such of the»r lellow citizens as may he smitten with disease & pain, have determined to make known j their individual cases. I This is to make known to the public in j general, that l was afflicted widi a deaf ness in both my ears for four years, so bad that I could -carcely hear any, occasioned by repeated colds, always a continual roaring in my head, like the tailing ol wa- ; ter without any sensation. At length l ap- j plied to Df. B• M. Smith, No. *29, Great York street, and in four weeks I was cured of my deafness. I therefore recommend all those afflicted in like manner, to call on L)r. Smith, for relief. Arthur Lean. Baltimore, 22d March, 1821. Lives i near Dennis A. Smith’s, one mile from Baltimore. Sworn before A/. Duke Tilden. Witness, Peter T. Mather. 1, George “Byinglon give this public nformation lor the benefit oi those afflicted with deafness, that I was deaf in both my ears for ! 5 years, and for six months past could scarcely hear any. F'ivc years since i I applied to some of the most respectable physicians iu Boston, Mass, but obtained no relief from any of them. I was told by them that I could never get cured ; conse quently 1 gave up all hopes of ever obtain* l mg my hearing, until I arrived in this city, 1 fortunately heard of the remarkable cures performed by Dr. B. M. Smith, No. 29, Great,York street, and was recommended , by my Iriends to apply to bim, which 1 I did on the *oth Apri:, 18*1, and after tak ing his medicine a lew days, 1 received ! complete restoration to my astonishment, j George Byington, mariner. boarding at Mr. Barlow’s F. Point. Witness P T. Mathers. D IV. Curtis. Baltimore, 30th April 1821. f, the undersigned, certify that Dr. B. M. Smith, No. 29, Great York Street, un dertook last Summer a cancer, which my negro woman had l«»r five years. Many applications had been made to several Physicians ofihe greatest celebrity, but to no effect; at last l tried Doctor Smith, who .i.ade a perfect cu’e in a lew months.— IJis attention, charity and kindness to wards my servant, his humanity in general and his skill in this case, influence me^to testify the above to the public. Catharine Saureson. Muiberry street, a lew doors west ot Baltimore College. Sworn before M, Duke Tilden, Witness, P. T. Mathers, This is to certify, that I r?s afflicted in my breast and stomach attended with very bad cough, also spitting blood. I heard ot Ur- Smith, No, 29, Great Yoik street and after taking but a small quantity ot his medicine, I obtained relief. I aui now as well as ever 1 was. J. B. Elliott, Straight lane, Old Town, Baltimore, March 24, 1821. Sworn before M. Duke Trlden. Witness, P- T, Mathers. This is to certify, that I was afflicted for more than six years, previous to my leaving England, with a pain in my back and leU side accompanied with a very bad cough,so that 1 could not lie in bed torthree months, a.id during my indisposition , was reduced to much debilily of body. In this extreme ill health, I was induced to apply to at Icaast thirty respectable Phy sicians, from many ot whom I received assurance, that I could not survive the di sordered state of my body; but leaving England, 1 came to America, hoping the voyage would be of service to ire, but this also failed I however finally heard of Or. Smith and on application to him, I leceived a vial of his Indian Potunical drops which perfectly cured me in a few days, and I have been as well as ever l was in my life ever since, to my great joy and satisfaction. Robert Stanly. No. 4, Little York street. Sworn and subscribed befoie me, 8th December, 1820. M. D. Tilden, From a solemn sense of duty, I do here by declare to the world, that l was afflict ed with the dropsy fora longtime, accom panied with a nervous weakness, indiges tion and pain in my breast, for the remo val ot which disorders l used a variety of medicine, supposed calculated to effect this desirable end, but all to no purpose. In this hopeless condition, I applied to Dr. B. M. Smith, about 12 months ago, and by the u-e and continuance of his medicine, a considerable quantity of water was in a bout three weeks discharged, and in about six weeks my complicated disorders be came totally removed, when I found my self as well and as hearty as ever. Elizabeth Baicsley, Water street, opposite the Exchange. Sworn before M: B. Tilden Witness, T. V.Malfurs* » Baltimore, 19th April, 1821. Having been afflicted fifteeu ytart with'* grievous ami insupportable rheumatic pains, so as to deprive me occasionally ot the use ot my limbs, during which timet 1 had recourse to a variety ot medical skill, was lor a long time in the-Hospital in the city of Philadelphia, but found scarcely any reliel until i applied to Dr. Smith; (the Indian Physician.) In the short space ot one week, l received such relief as toeuabie me to boast of almost perfect restoration to health and comfort. William M' Calley, Union Street, No. 27. Baltimore, Sept. 29tb, 18*0. I do hereby certify, that said fPm. Calley appeared before me. and was duly sworn to the facts as stated in the above certificate. Marmaduke Tilden. This may certify that I was taken with a violent spell of cramp cholic, which produced extraordinary exertion in my bowels, and excrutiatmg pain in the spine ot my back; the severity ot the disorder threatened dissolution of life, so as to he given up by skilful physicians, .techring that they could do nothing for me, their medical aid lailmg of its desired effects. It w?s after this that I was advised to call upon the Indian physician, Dr. Benjamin M. Smith, from whom I received such me dicine that after repeated doses, I was almost miraculously relieved within 24 hours, and in five days was perfectly res tored to health. James l)onnelly9 No. 58, Green street, 0. Baltimore. I do hereby certify, that James Donnel ly, personally appeared before ine, and was duly sworn to the above facts as ap* pear in bis certificate. Marmaduke Tilden. Baltimore, Oct. 6th J&20. I, Spencer Cobern, do hereby make known for the benefit of all those who may be troubled with a similar complaint, that l was taken with deafness in both my ears (.occasioned by a spell of sickness;) in so alarming a manner, that I could scarcely bear a word, and still appearing to get worse, I was induced to apply to Dr. Smith in Great York street, and in a very short time I was much better, and by using tbe medicine he prescribed a little longer, I now hear as well a9 ever 1 did. Spencer Cobern, Kaston, Maryland. Baltimore, Oct. 28, 1820. I hereby certify that capt. S. Cobern, personally appeared before me and was duly sworn, John Aisquith. Baltimore, Nov, I8th, !82o. My wile, Patty, having been afflicted for 22 years with an ulcerated sore leg, & after many applications to a number of medical characters; of reported skill, without receiving any real benefit, except an irritation ot the malady, till the ulcer had every appearance of mortification— in this alarming state I was induced to go to Dr. Smith, the Indian Physician, who gave me such medicine as to relieve her in 24 hours; and in the short time of four weeks she was perfectly restoied, and is fully satisfied that a sound cure has been made, to her great joy and comfort. Connor Hays9 Near the Seminary Orchard. B 'Slimore, Oct. 9,182o. I hereby certify, that the above named Connor Hayes personally appeared before me, and was duly sworn lo the ‘tacts set forth in the above certificate. Marmaduke Tilden. ! October 9th, 182o. For the benefit ot all who may be so unfortunate as to tall under such an al fl'cting dispensation of Providence, a3 a cancer on the breast, or other parts of the body, I, Mary Decourser, doth hereby certify, that 1 was attacked by tumor on the breast, pronounced by persons of me dical skill to be a cancer, which troubled me full two years and six months; at the close of which alarming period^lile began to be despaired of, all previous applica tions of medical skill having failed. I heard ot the cuies effected by the Indian physician; l was induced to apply to him, and from whom 1 received «uch medicine as immediately relieved me of my pain, and in a very short time, removed all ap pearance o( the infection; which is now; and has been for six months past, appa rently peifectly well. Alary Decourser. Corner of Smith and Bond street, F. P. 1 do hereby certify, that Mary Decour ser personally appeared belore me, and has duly affirmed to the facts as above- ' stated. Marmaduke Tilden. I do hereby certlf y, that l was fifllicted with an ulcerated sore tag for the space of 4 years; and had almost despaired ot ever having it restored to former soundness, but fortunately I heard of Dr. Benjamin M. Smith, No. 29 Great York street, and on application, 1 in the short space of three weeks, had the pleasure of anticipating perfect restoration,- which blessing I have since realised, to my great joy and com fort. J. F. Ovaere, grocer. Corner of Hill and Goodman streets. I do hereby certify, that the above nam ed J. F. Ovaere appeared before me, and was duly sworn to the facts as stated in the above certificate. Morgan Brown. Baltimore, October 5th, 182o. The Subscriber, John B. Howell, de clares to all those afflicted with deafness, that he was deaf for 45 years. He hear ing of the remarkable cures performed by the Indian physician, Dr. Smith, was in duced to make application for relief; to his astonishment he was entirely cured in a short time,*beyond his expectation. John B. Howell, No, 73, French street, O. T. Baltimore, loth mo.—affirmed before me, Marmaduke Tilden. This is to certify, (hat 1 was afflicted with blindness so a9 to# prerent me foi sn&e time attending to mj business, and auer wtmsyr** wivu** appiica^ou t* a gentleman- ot reputed medial skill without apparent'‘advantage, was induced to apply to Dr. Smith the Indian pbyaicita and immediately received relief nj jch u> the surprise of all who knew me. Lloyd Harien. - !> Baltimore coupty, Garrison Forest September 2*tb, l82o. Personally appeared before me, was du ly .sworn and subscribed to the above cer tificate. Murmaduke Tilden. September 26th, l82o, I the subscriber, do hereby declare, that for a considerable time 1 suffered with an ulcerated sore throat, mouth and toitplJe was unable 'to speak so as to be under stood, or take scarcely aRy nourishment lor several weeks, and almost every reme dy in common practice seemed only to ir ritate. But on application to Dr. Benja min M- Smith, No 29 Great York street (commonly known by the name of the In-’ dian physician) in the short space of on| week was completely cured. William B. Alcock, No. 22, Water Street, Baltimore Dec 19 _ tf Charles County Court, August Term, 1821, ON application to the judges of Chari* County Court, by petition in writing of John B. Knott, ol Charles County, |(y the benefit of the act ot assembly, lor the relief of insolvent debtors, passed at No vember session, 1805, and the several supplements thereto, on (he terms men tioned ^herein, a schedule of bis property and a list of bis creditors on oath so far as he can ascertain them, oeing annexed (0 his petition, andTeing satisfied by com petent testimony that the said John fi. Knott, has resided two years immediately proceeding the time of his application in the State of Maryland, ana being also sa tisfied that (lie said John B. Knott, is m actual confinement for debt, and no other cause, and lbs said John B. Knott, having entered into bond with sufficient secuniv tor bis persona) appearance in Charles County Court, to answer such allegations as his creditors may make against him—It is therelore ordered and adjudged, that the said John B. Kuoit be discharged from imprisonment, atfdthat by causing a copy ot this order to be inserted in some oue ol the newspapers edite d in the District of Columbia, once a week tor two monlhi successively, before the' third Monday in March next; he give notice to bis citdi* tors to appear before the said Court, at Port Tobacco, in said County, on the said third Monday in March next, for the pur1 pose of recommending a trustee for tbeir benefit, and to shew cause, if any they have, why tbe said John B. Knott should not have the benefit of tbe seve ral iuiul vent laws of this state as prayed. Test. JOHN BARNES, Ork, jan 19 2m Charles Couuty Court, Aupust Term, 1821, ON application to the* judges ol Charles County Court, by petition in writing ot Hawkins Tubman, ol Charles County, for the benefit ot the act ol assembly lor the re I let of insolvent debtors, passed at November session, 1805, and the several supplements thereto, on the terms men tioned therein, a schedule ot his properly and a list of his creditors, on oath solar as he can ascertain them, being annexed to bis petition, and being satisfied by com petent testimony, that the said llaukiui Tubman, has resided two’years immedi ately preceding the time ot his' applica tion in the Stale ol Maryland, and being also satisfied dial the said Hawkins 7ub | man, is in actual confinement lor debt, and no other cause, and the said Hawfciri Tubman, having entered into bond w/tfr sufficient security, for big persona) appear ance in Charles C. only Court to s*»»ner such allegations as his creditors may make against him—It is therefore ordered and adjudged, that the said Hawkins Tubman he discharged from imprisonment, and that by causing a copy of this order <o be inserted in some one of the newspapers edited in the District of Columbia, once | a week lor two months-ucces*irely.f*tore the third Monday ot March next, he give , • « . L* _A * a_ a ___L. I,.ri IrJlicc u» in? ticuuuia iu appc<u the said Court, at Port Tobacco, in saiw County, on_Jhe said third Monday in March next, for the purpose ot ream' mending a trustee tor their benefit; and to shew, cause, it any they have, nhy tb« said Hawkins Tubman, should not ha« the benefit of the several insolvent l*w° this state as prayed. Test. JOHN BARNES, Clerk, jan. 19 2® Orphan s Court, Alexandria County, ( February Term, I8?2. i ORDERED that the administrator c Wm.H. Hannon, deceased, the usual notice to debtors and creditor-* three times a week two weeks iu the Alt andria Gazette. _ A copy. Teste, A. MOORE* Register of Wills This ts to give notice, That the subscriber of Alexandria coo ty, in tbe District of Columbia, has obi*1 ^ ed from the Orphan’s court of saidcoua letters of administration on the estate William H. Hacmonjate of the county foresaid, decease d. All persons banw claims against tlin said deceased, are b* by warned to exhibit the same to the scriber. with tbe vouchers thereof, pag* by tbe Orphan’s Court, on or before 9th day of August next, or they -W • law be excluded from all bene6t to estate; and those iedebted thereto.are j quired to make immediate payment. ^ Given under my hand and seal tbi Administrator of W H. Haonjj N. B. C. Bronanrh may b* found*1 counting room of W m. F. Thorn*®®’ Fairfax street, opposite Dr. Stabler * will undertake the settlement ol 0 g Acccmpts, also the collection 0* aC in town aod reentry x f.ti 9 «**