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For Sale, That well known establishment called || j HAMPSTEAD, in King George county, Va. I he build ings at this place consist of a dwelling, large stone house, granaries and other ne cessary out-houses. It is pleasantly situ ated on a considerable height, three quar ters of a mile from the Potomac river, commanding an extensive view of it, in a genteel, wealthy and populous neighbor hood, and less than a mile from the Poto Biac Academy* The advantages of such a situation to a mercantile gentleman, who has * taimly of children to educate are too obvious to need comment. Genteel society, the ac quirement ot wealth, education of children, and an opportunity of attending public worship every sabbath at the Academy, are advantages rarely, it ever met with in any other couutry situation. $^»Any person disposed to treat for this place, by letter, will please direct to tiie subscriber, post master, on the premi ses* ROBERT CHESLEY. Nampstead, Va. I2tb March* 1822* march 15_ law3w For Sale, A well finished 3 story Brick HOUSE, and extensive lot, carri age house and stable. The house ■ contains 10 well finished looms, a good^kitchen and dry cellar, will be sold at public sale on the 25th April next, it' not previou*ly disposed of at private sale. The lot contains 50 t’eet front, 110 tcet deep to a 30 feet alley* For further par ticulars apply to the subscriber living on l3th street near the Branch Bank ot the W 5. Washington City THOMAS WILLIAMS. march 18 **ntt a.-— . . — —— For Sale, THE LAND &. HOUSE on Stump Hill, lately owned by Mr. Nor Sjji« ton, being about TWENTY ONE _-ftiL ACRES well enclosed; oh die lit tle river turnpike load, 2 miles from Alex andria. The garden contains many valua ble shrubs, vines, and fruit tree*. I he situation is handsome and healthy. Possession may he had immediately— The time of payment will be reasonably extended to suit the purchaser. wm.cranch. jlarch H, iawtf. To Rent. THE three story brick house, on Prince Street, iorinerly occupied by Doctor Dick,and at present by Doctor Vowell—it is well calcu lated tor a genteel family, and more par ticularly for a professional person, the lower rooms having been used aw an office. Possession will be given the 1st ot 'lay. Apply to, J. k. J HARPER. March 11, 3t.v.vt2w<frpa \ f tw To Kent, A three story brick warehouse next door to the south we^t cor ner of Prince and Union streets. _ also, A three story brick warehouse (fire proof) and wharf 44 feet south ot Prince Street dock, Enquire of A. & A. H. A or JAMES LAJTKASON. march *5 3t*_ * To Let The dwelling now occupied, on Fairfax street, between King and Prince street. Possession given __immediately. This would be an excellent stand for a dry good or grocery store. For terms apply to MARY MOONY. The subscriber has on ban i a handsome Assortment af ribbons; white & black Leg horn hats and flats; striped gauzes, differ ent colors; white and black chips; black tee veils and shawls, straw gimps, &.C* march 12 d5i* M* M -w — - -—-—-■* For Sale, I will sell my HOUSE on King street, at a very reduced price, it is adapted for a store and large _ifamily, combining elegance and Onnveiitence; and situated in a most heal thy and desirable neighborhood. It is Worthy the attention ot any peiron desi tftus of a permanent residence. Also, to Kent, A small house on the west cud fof Duke-street; circulated fora dwelling and shop. JAS. S. SCOTT. oct 17 •ti — — -■' ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ iNotiee. Having rented the ALD1E Mills for a term of years, l tender to their 01*1 Customers, and to all lOther persons who may be inclin contide in me, every accommoad iion which I cat? render them. To such 33 l a n unknown to, and may deem it prudent to require it, ( oiler unquestion able security for the faithful peitormance p» every obligation I contract, for the purchase of wheat or the exchange of £our. I\ ton of plaster can be broke and ground in fcrty-five minutes Irom the moment of delivery, by a pair of five feet Allegany Burrs, ur^ed by a nineteen feet water wheel, and five pair of Trench Burrs, some of which exceed ip diameter the for mer, as sure to the Farmer and Ylerch?**! prompt an exchange of Hour; tor wueat, as the county of Loudoun can turni3h. MS. SIMPSON. AUie, Sept. 23, 182L_nov 15 To be Rented. A house and Lot on Union street ately occupied by the subscriber ANN LEYP. dec 7 tf Overseer Wanted, HE must be sober, and hardy, single or with a small family. Apply at Arlington 90e u»i!e from Georgetown Fer» *?• [ ?al>Hc Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust from Phebe Earl, bearing date the 18th day of June, 1818, to Thomas Laurason, for the purpose of securing the payment ol a sum of money due the bank ot Alexan dria, and shall sell to the highest bidder, on Thursday, the 18th day of April next at 12 o’clock A. M. on the premises, the fol lowing valuable property, viz : a Two story Brick Ware• hotise, and lot of ground situate o^i the north side of King and east ol Paine streets, at pre sent occupied by Messrs, Ixibson & Lup* ton, also a lot ol ground with the improve* I ments thereon, being a frame tenement, &c. »ituate on the north side of duke and west of Columbus streets, and another lot •I ground on the west side of Allred, be tween king and Prince street*, with the buildings thereon. Terms will be liberal and made known at time of sale. ELIZABETH LAURASON, adm’x. Hugh Smith, JVericmiah Car son, Administrator* of the e*tate of Thomas Laura3on, deteased. march 14 ts District of Columbia. Alexandria County, to wit: ^November Terra, 1821, £ 25th Day i IN CHANCERY. Richard 1. Jones—Complainant. against Walter Jones, Administrator of Charles Lee, deceased, and Margaret C. Lee, widow of the said Charles Lee, deceas ed, Walter Jones and Ann Lucinda, his wife, Alfred Lee, Robert S. Lee and Elizabeth Lee— Defendants. rilHE defendants Margaret C% Lee and J. her children, Rob,r» S. Lee and Eli sabeth Lee, not having entered their ap pearance and given security according to the statute and the rules ot this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit Sled, that the said Margaret C. Lee and her children. Kobe it 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 the said defendants,Mar garet C. Lee & children, Koberi S. Lee it Elizabeth Lee, do appear here on or be fore the first day ot next May term, and answer the bill of the complainant, and that a copy of this order be forthwith pub lished in one ot the public newspapers printed in the town ot Alexandria, tor two months successive, and that another copy be posted at the front door ot the Court House of the said county. A Copv. i esie. EDM. I. LEE, C. Ci feh 21 , Aulice. MESSRS. John Mandeville, Elisha C. Dick and George Clementson, trus tees of the creditors of John fliekerson & Company, take notice, that on Wednes day, the 10th day of April next, between sun risr and sun «et, 1 shall proceed to to take the affi lavit of Gersham Keys, at the! house of Robert Fulton, in Charles* town, Jefferson county, Virginia. Also Benjamin McDougle, sen. and others, on Saturday, the 13th of the same month, be- j tween .-un rise and sun set, at the house ot John Reckelli, Flint Hill, Culpepper county, Virginia, to be read in evidence in a suit now depending and undetermin ed, in the superior court of chancery lor the Fredericksburg district, in which you i aie complainants and l am defendant. MO>ES GIBSON * Culpepper county. march 6___Lw4w Island to Kent. A VALUABLE island and FARM,si ^\tuated within a mile of Alexandria, between the river Potomac and flashing tou Turnpike road, and combining many comforts and advantages will be'leased on moderate terms. Also, Contiguous to the premises s productive Fishery. Q^r*Apply to Dr. fV> C. Seldvn, Lou doun, or C. A. Alexander, Alexandria-* To be hired, lour able bo died male laborers. (£?■» Oxen, Horses, Ploughs.} <J-c- for sale. tod7 march 7__ Dissolution of Partners hi|>. f I^HE undersigned have this day dissolv • A ed partnership by mutual consent— \!l persons who have claims, are request ed to present them for liquidation, and all those indebted to them are solicited to make immediate payment to James L. Prince, DORSET 4- PRINCE. LLuydsburgh, Fairfax Co. Fa. N. B. in tendering our grateful thanks to our friends & patrons, we beg leave to recommend our successor, Mr. Edward Clark, as a person every way qualified to give satisfaction to (hose who may stop at his tavern, D. 4* P. jan 10 tf Bolting Cloths. JONATHAN JANNEY. bas;for sale an assortment of Bolting Cloths of Superior Quality. All orders from Millers or others will be particularly attended to. Also, A constant supply of Ground Plaster? for sale by the ton, barrel 01 bushel, at a ery reduced price. Oty-Cash given for empty barrels. 9 mo 29 2awtf Win. Fowlc, Co. HAVE just received, per sloop Java, from \Tew York, and offer for sale 6 casks of Rridport sein© and sail twine of superior quality. I Indian Infirmary. DR. B. M. SMITH, late of Baltimore' begs leave to inform the Citizens ot Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown, and their vicinity, that he has commenced his PRACTICE On Cameron street a feio doors ipcst of the Theatre, Where the sick of all diseases are re spectfully invited to call and they shall be duly attended to. The 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 apanuients are pro vided where all such as wish confidential advice will be received at all times, dec 14 tf TO THE AFFLICTED. rpHE subscribers being persuaded of JL the merits of Dr. SMITH, Great York street, Baltimore, who has introduc ed the Indian system of medicine and healing, cannot be too generally known, and feeling that gratitude which it is natu ral to feel to Providence, and towards a man who under his assistance has raised them from infirmity and wretchedness, to health and comfort, and from a hope of rendering a service to such of the»r fellow citizens as may be smitten with disease h pain, have determined to make known their individual cases. This is to make known to the public in general, that l was afflicted with a deaf ness in both my ears for four years, so bad that 1 could -carcely hear any, occasioned by repeated colds, always a continual roaring in my head, like the falling of wa ter without any sensation. At length I ap plied to Dr. B• M. Smith, No. 29* Great York street, and in four weeks I was cured of my deafness. 1 therefore recommend all those afflicted in like manner, to call on Dr, Smith, for relief. Arthur M'Lean. Baltimore, 22d March, 1821. Lives near Dennis A. Smith’s, one mile from Baltimore. Sworn before Al. Duke Ttlden. VVitness, Peter T. Mather. ,4, George Byington give this public information tor the benefit ot those afflicted with deafness, that I was deaf in both my ears for 15 years, and for six months past could scarcely hear any. Five years since 1 applied to some of the most respectable physicians in Boston, Mass, hut 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 ing my hearing, until 1 arrived in this city, I fortunately heard of the remarkable cures performed bT~ Dr. B. M. Smith, No. 29, Great'York street, and was recommended by my friends to apply to him, which t did on the Both April, 1821, and alter tak ing his medicine a lew days, I received complete restoration to my astonisjimem. George Byington, mariner. boarding at Mr. Barlow’s F. Point. Witnes*, P 2. Mathers. D W. Curtu. Baltimore, 30th April 1821. ! m I, the undersigned, certify that Dr. *B. Si. Smith, No. 29, Great York Street, un dertook last Summer a cancer, which my negro woman had for five years. Many applications bad been made to several Physicians of the greatest celebrity, but to no effect; at last 1 tried Doctor Smith, who made a perfect cure in a tew months.— His 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. Mulberry street, a few doors west of Baltimore College. Sworn before M. Duke Tilden, Witness, P. T. Alathers. This is to certify, that I was afflicted in my breast and stomach, attendea with very bad cough, also spitting blood. I heard of Dr- Smith, No. 29, Great York | street and after taking but a small quantity of his medicine, 1 obtained relief. 1 am now as well as ever I was. J. B. Elliott, ^Straight lane, Old Town Balti more, March 4,181. , A itnegs, P. T. jUalhera Baltimore, 19th April, 1821, Having been afflicted fifteen years with grievous and insupportable rheumatic pains, so as to deprive me occasionally ut the use of my limbs, during which time I had recourse to a variety of medical skill, was for a long time in the Hospital in the city of Philadelphia, but found scarcely any relief until I applied to Dr. Smith; (the Indian Physician.) In the short space of one week, I received such relief as to enable me to boast of almost perfect restoration to health and comfort. William At Galley, Union Street, No. 7. 50 bushels Clover Seed, 25 bbls j lime whiskey 4 years old, 60 casks . ut nails and brads, For sale by JOHN ROBERTS, march II 3t Imperial and Young Hyson 1 eas. HJOHN II. LADD, & CO. A\ E received and offer for sale, 32 chests young hyson tea, 27 do imperial, feb I ft i ————— — . —■ - 6 000POUNDSPrimc Green COF 9 FEE, landing from schrCent For sale by WM. FOWLE&Co. jan. 2 s \ LT $c. 1500 ^ushels St* Ube*4* Livepool salt vreceived and for sale by VV. L. KENNEDY, Also, ship and pilot bread with a gene f$l acsortmeat of groceries. march fc District of Columbia. Alexandria County to toil< - November Term, 1821.) 32d day. S f V CHANCERY. Romulus Riggs-*Complainant. against Thomas Swann, Colin Auld and Edmund 1 Lee, assignees of the late Merchants Bank of Alexandria,_and John Anderson, James Anderson, Daniel Annin, (Samuel Beale,) Wiliam H. S. Boswell, Edmund Brooke, Benjamin Baden, Thomas K. Beale, James Bloxham, George Biuce, jr, Richard Wood, Thomas Cookendorfer, Hugh Carolin, Daniel Cawooa, Samuel Chester, John Corse and Nathaniel Roun I savell, trading under the firm of Corse and I Rounsavell, George Coleman, John Coba gen, (James H. Dulany,)CamillusGriffith, Nimrod Farrow, Robert Getty, Peter Heis kell, (J. Haggerty Jr.) Robert Hall, John Jackson, Alexander Kyle, John McPherson and Daniel McPherson, late jbint mer chants and copartners under the firm of John McPherson £ Son, Daniel McPherson (Charles Moxley,) Alexander Moore, Thomas Mount, Jas. R. Riddle, (adminis trator ol Ferdinand Marsteller,) Joseph Mandeville, Jos. Mandeville b -Samuel B. Larmour, joint merchants and copartners in trade under the firm ol Mandeville and Larmour, Robert Mandeville and James Mandeville, joint merchants and Copart ners under the firm of Robert and James Mandeville, William N. Mills, Robert A. Mills, Thomas Pickerill, (Craven T. Pey ton) Noblet Herbert (administrator of William‘Paton, jr. deceased) Thomas Neill, Thomas Olive, James R. Riddle, Nathaniel Rounsavell, Thomas Rigdon, Peter Saunders, Daniel Somers, (John A.) Stewart,) James S- Scott, Wiliam Smith, Thomas Semmes, Thompson Simpson, ! Evan P- Taylor, William A. Linton vex. j ecutor of Wn. Tyler,) Ambrose Vasse, 1 Robert N Windsor, Robert Young, Cave Withers, Richard Wells, the Mechanic’s Bank of Alexandria, the Bank of Wash ington, Bank of the Metropolis, the Patrio tic Bank, Central Bank of Georgeto vn 4r Washington, Franklin Bank of Baltimore, Mechanics Bank of Baltimore, the Bank of Chambersburg, Bank of Waterford, tbe Bank of Winchester —Defendants. On the motion of the complainant, it is ordered that master commissioner, Auld. rn addition to the account by bim heretofore taken, do state in detail the particulars of the complainants demand against the de fendants, shewing in chronological order, the different periods of time at which the defendants became liable for the several sums claimed from them by the complain ant,and ascertaining the amount du* under each particular date—and that he make report thereof to the next term of this court; and on the complainant’s motion, commis sions are awarded to him for the exaroina* tion of witnesses, and this suit is returned to the rules for further proceedings to be had therein, and this suit abates as to the defendants, Muxley, Haggerty and S.Beale by their death*. Richard Milne, Coropla’nii ) against > In Chancery The^same, Defendants.) (The same order.) J.&. R. ITithers, Compl’nts ) against / In Chancery. The same, Defendants. ) (The same order.) Johr. & Wright Southgate, i Complainants, against > In Oiancery. The same, /Jefendsant, > (The same order.) Roderick Burt, Compl’nt, ) against > In Chancery. The same, Defendants- ) (The same order.) Francis Keene, Compl’nc. ) against. > In Chancery, The same, Defendant,, ) (The *ame order.) Alex. Sangster, Compl’nt. ) against > In Chancery. The sane, Defendants, i (The same order,) Richard C- Mason, adm’st’r") of Thompson Mason de- / ceased, against Chancery. The same, Defendants.) (The same order. John C.Vovrell, Compl’nt. ) I / against >In Chancery. The same, Defendants. ) (The same order,) (A cony) Teste, EDM. I. LEE "C. C. By a previous order this term, these suits abate as to James H. Dulany, by his death, anti are dismissed, as to John A. Stewart. The parties in the abovementioned cau ses, are hereby notified, that on the sixth day ot May next at ten o’clock, A. M. I intend to proceed to execute the foregoing order; at which time they may attend at my office should they see fit. Given un der my hand, at Alexandria, this 28th day ot Feoruaiy, 1822, COLIN AULD, M. C. march 4Iaw2m District of Columbia, County of Alexandria, to wit: ON the petition ot Benjamin Baden, an insolvent debtor, ^confined in the gaol of Alexandria county for debt,—No tice is hereby given to the creditor* of the said Benjamin Baden, that on the first Monday of April next, at 9 o’clock A- M. at the court house of said county, the oath prescribed by the act of Congress of the United States, entitled “an act for the re lief of Insolvent Debtors within the Dis trict of Columbia,’* will be administered to the said Insolvent, aod a Trustee ap pointed, unless sufficient cause to the con trary be then and there 9howc. Ordered, That this notice be inserted in both ot the papers printed in Alexandria four times before that day. By order of the hon. William Cranch, Chief Judge of the United States* Circuit Court of the District of Columbia. Teste, EDM. I LEE, C. C. march 21_ 4t JOB PRINTING. Neatly omautei at ffm OJIk. District of Columbia, ; Alexandria County tedfwit, ON the petition of Alexander Perry, jr. an insolvent debtor,confined m the gaol of Alexandria county fur debt -*,1 Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the said Alexander Perry, jr. that on the first day of April next, being the first AW day of the month, at 9 o’clock, A. Al. al the court house ot said county,. the oath prescribed by the act of Congress of ita United States, entitled “ an act for the r» lief of insolvent debtors within the District ot Columbia, will be administered to the said insolvent, and a trustee appointed uni less sufficient cause to the contrary, u then and there shown. Ordered That this notice be inserted m both the newspapers printed in Aleiao* dria, twice a week for two weeks before that day. 6y order of the honourable William Crancb, Chief Judge of the Uuj* ted States Circuit Court of the District of Columbia. Teste, EDM. I LEE, C C march 16_tawSw District of Columbia^ " Alexandria County to toil November Terra, 1821. ( 19th day \ IN CHANCERY. Richard Bland Lee. Richard Smith, task* ier of the Office of Discount and Depo sit, at Washington, being a branch of the Bank of the United‘States. The President, Directors and company of the Bank ot the United States, and Walter J ones—Complainants, AGAINST ; John Hopkin9, John Glassell end Marga ret C. Glassell, (late Margaret C Lee,) bis wife, James L. M'Keitna, Julia Lloyd, Josiab Watson and John M’lrer, —Defendants THE defendant, John Hopkins, out hav ing entered bis appearance, and giv en security according to the statute and ruljs ot this court, and it appearing te the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit filed, that the said defendant John H-p kins, is not an inhabitant o' the Dis trict of Columbia. On motion of the com plainants by tbeir counsel, it is ordered that the S8«d defendant John Hopkins do appear here on or before the first day of next May Term and enter bis appearance to this suit, and give security tor perloim ing the decrees of the court. And that the other defendants John Glassell aud Margaret C. Glassell, (late Margaret C. Lee) his wife, James L- M’Kenna, J« ho Lloyd, Josiah Watson, and John M'lven do not pay away, way, convey or se crete the debts by (hem owing to or the ' estate or effects in tbeir bands belonging to the said absent defendant, John Hop kins* until the further order or decree of this court; and that a copy ol this order be forthw ith published in one of the public newspapers printed in the town ot Alei* andria, for two months successively and that another copy be polled at the trout door ot the court bouse of the said couch ijr. A Copy. Teste, EDM. I, LEE, C. C. march 182m Notice. THE inhabitants oi Alexandria, will tatte notice, that the subscribers have been appointed assessors (or the preset year, agreeably to the laws oi tbe corpo ration. “ Tbe said assessors shall, immediately after their appointment, proceed to value tbe houses and lots within the limits oi the corporation, and to demand from the mas ters and mistresses of every family, lists of all male tytheables belonging to, or resid« ing in tbe respective, families, and al>s from every owner of taxable property, * list ol such property. And if any master or mistress of a family or any owner of taxable property shall neglect or refuse to give in a list of all male tytheables be longing to, or residing in bis or her taxable property, within five days after demand made tbeieot by auy assessor, the persons so offending shall lorfeit and pay one hun dred dollars. And il any person whatsoe ver, shall willfully omit or misrepresent <n the list given many tytheable or any taxable properly, or shall in any other manner con ceal the same from the knowledge of tbe assessors, the person-so offending -hall for feit and pay double the amount of tbe tax imposed on each tytheable or tuxabl* pro perty. Every merchant, shopkeeper, me- , chanic or any other person, having in his or her service or employment, any clerk, journeyman, apprentice, or assistant, shall render an account of the same inhiiorher list of tytheables, and shall be accountable tor the capitation tax hereby imposed, in like manner and under the same penalties/ as if such clerk, journeyman, apprentice, or assistant, were a member of bis or ber family.” WILLIAM RAMSAY, «fOHN GIRD, march !9_ District of Columbia. Alexandria County, to &if-‘ .November Term, 1821,) 21st Day. ( IN CHANCERY. United States of America—Complainant* AGAINST Murdock, Yuile, Wardrop and Company* and James H. Hooe, administratorct William Hodgson, dtedased —D'J**4 dants. mHE defendants Murdock, Yuile, War A drop and Company, not haying *D" tered their appearance and given security according to the statute and the rules of [l,e ..jurt, and it appearing fo the satisfaction of the court upon affidavit •filed, fhat •” said defendants Murdock, Fuile, Wardrop f and Company are not inhabitants of t* District ol Columbia, but reside out c r*ie United States of America- On the m non of the complainants by their counse* it is ordered, that tbe said oelenia1'’ Murdock, Yuile, Wardrop and Comp*j*T do appear here on or before the,“r! ,» A of May term next, and answer the bi i the complainants, and that a copy oi ■ order be forthwith published in one o ^ public newspapers printed in the to; Alexandria, for two months success** )> and that another copy be posteo^ a front door ot the Court House of tiie count* ACfrpy.—Teste. * * leJ. 3M 6PM. I. tKK, •• “