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TewwlVc ',b. g 6 frjttes.
"Pcn n i y!van ia-—-the Senate federal} and
tlie Houie of Hupn u nutivcs republican.
Mark the change !
Now—'Only 'the legilhiture's of the ,
following i-'ates are federal,, vii.
New-Hampfliire,
(.'oiniedh'ut,
lilan'achuil its,
I)eia,warc —being 4 d.,tes.
While 1 kgidaturc? of the follow
ing -itHt *5 are republican, via*
Kbouf.'-liiiUKl,
Vermont,
, N evr- V qrk,
New-Jerd-y,
I Vnnlylvasda, / '
Maryland, .*
Virginia,
/dnth-C'jrobnn,
South-Cavchiui,
Georgia,
Kentuckey,
'i'enaertce—being 12 dates.
1:' the nftmbers cl the llepublicari
{Kites be compared w;>hthofe oi the re- !
ticral dates, it wlli appear that tiie tor- |
n-er-conflitutc above three fourths of the
When we con flier the great changes
SvJiic'i have lately tak n place in the toi\r j
Kates,-»» yet federal; when we Cotili- !
tier that in New-llanipU/ire, Maflachu- I
ijetts, and Delaware,- but a triiling'ni-!- • j
jcrity of t'-'e totr.l vote.; given' at their ;
1 aft ele&ions were cn the federat tide; 1
we may confidently infer th*'.' the conti
nued operation pi the great political _
principles, which in -other parts o! th?
union haye overcome all obftaclis, will
fou;i allimilate thele dates to the p.-Titi
cal ientimehts of the others.
The C.-'ief Magistrate has*bet 4 ri Con
demned for infradlicns of the "Ccnditit
tibii andlawS, and far violations of tne
national feelings and willies. Can there
#xift a more cpfic!uli"e refutation of : 1
thcte charges than that furnilhed by the ] •
above ftatciiien: ?' Have the republicans, j
they who exclusively fupport the ad'nii- j '
rsiUr'atic n ,of the federal government—. J
have vhey loft ground in a (ingle date ? .
Have they not, on the contrary, tn the j '
Ihort period of one year, gained five I '
dates f. And even when they have not j (
fuccecded, i 3 not every election an evi- j '
dence of their increaling flrength ?-t2 ! 1
C*afe then,- ye who refpeCl truth, to j 1
adlrm that the Pied dent is on one fide, ! '
and the nation on the other. He who 1
came to power as the man of the people, 1
will not Ceafe to remain fo while his ac- 1
tw>ns uempndratlj the exiilei>.:e of a
mind -prompt to diicern, and a heart
>varm in the purfuit of whatever pro
usotcs the pub be good.
WHt'Vas he, done ?
!. T. e chief of a republican go
<■iinieiii, 1- has declaredhimielf a ge
nuine republican.
2. He haintroduced economy into
tlje public expenditure.-:.
S. He in fome degree
the didribution of odic.es, by excluding
thofe unfit for the places they hold ; and
bv railing to the did offices under the
government men, whofs talents ai'c re
located by their friends, and dreaded by
their enemies.
4. He has avowed himfelf the fiiind
of peace with all mankind,. and has
jmdifed what he avowed.
5. And what, perhaps, more redounds 1
to his honor than the ittni of all that lie '
>ias done, he'has omitted to do anyone
r'nng which the conditution or laws of
fcis com.try did not ;u>thorite and direct.
Jn a word, under the pre lent change
in our political affairs, the nation is uni
ted and happy.
That it may continue united and hap- i'
py mult depend on the wifdom of the ! '
body.
However fee lire our rights may be j J
under the prefent adrsainittration of our j
government, ev>?ry enlightened republi- ;
can mud know, that a large ftinre of j '
our political ha pome's is not duly pro
tected again ft t-hs invadon of. rulers ini- I
mica! to liberty. The late change, j
•which fecures wliatever is dear to' free- j
dom, may, by tome fortuitous events, j ,
however at prefent unlooked f>r, be ex
thanged for a relapfe of ir.r govern
ment into ail its old, incorporated with
new errors.
Now, then, is the period; for men
who hare wifdom to plan, and vigor to
atehieve, new fecurities for .the enjoy
ment of peace and liberty. Executive
power h u been, and it may be again |'
abufecl. The liberty of the orefs has
been invaded. The rights of foreigners !
have been trampled upon. For thei'e ;
leading evils let correctives be enadte'd.
On thefts poitits there can be no divition : 1
among republicans—On 1 clfer points j
there may exid a contrariety of opinion. '
Still it becomes the legiilaturc cabnly to
difcufs whatever re (pedis the permanent ;
protection of onr rights, and to adopt i
whatever its bed jildgment recommends. 1
It is lincerely to be hoped that the lie- ,
deralpart of the legifluture, feeing its ;
inability tooppofe with effect, will mag- :
nanimoudy co-operate in the promotion
of meafures, which, founded exclu- '
lively on a regard to the public good, in '
their unanimous adoption, rrwy be cou
iidered asfo many evidences of our uni- [
verfal in, and pledges f>r the ;
duration of, certain great political priu- j
ciples.
Should thi. tvift pc.dey a.fUinlc '
' them, the nation will thank thenj. 'l'here
. is a dipofr,ion in the republicans to i'or
, get paft divisions ; and to co-operate
•harmonioudy with ali defcriptions of ci
tizens, who fliall abandon perfonal and
; party views, and unite with (Ihcerity in
advancing the national intereds.
During the enfuing fefuon of the Fe
, der.il Legidature, the fird attention will
■ he paid by the Editor to whatever re
lpeCls the. proceedings of the govern
ment. The Dkbas'KS will be given in
detail, and. every poo lie Dociune.nl of an
intereding nature. Tire extension of the
limits of the Nation u Inteiligcncer,
will enables the Editor to do this, with
out violating the claims of other articles
of intelli'-'ence.
O
On hi ft the bnufe of itepre
fentativea of Pennsylvania foinicd a
Qjionrnfif, and mranimoutly clioie Isaac
Wkavkii Speak r.
{ * '
! On tlie 2.1 ind. arrived at Alexandria,
: (Virp;.) William Vans h.te mi
nider at the Hague.
It is dated in the f'ourier, of the f 7"th
ofOClober, that M. Ot to, is intended by
i governrtent as amba&idor to t'ie United
| States. [ /v. r. Pap.
[M. Otto is a native of Swizerland :
; he relided in this country in quality of
| lecretary to M. Luzerne," the fecond mi
nider from France t-o the United States,
in the year 1779.]
!)j .•-'D—-Near liath (Virg.) Col. Phi-
Hp I'eiMleton'y in* the 52d year of his
age.
Dikd, on the 18th indant. at Silver
-31 ud, Edgefield<lidiicl, aged o5 years,
the Honorable liphraini Ramsav, one
| of the Adbciite Jtiiigesi of South-Caro
! liria.
In announcing the death of this ex
i cedent and amiable man, tiiere is httle
i fear of adding infult to the faCied memo.
I. jy °f the dead, or of doing violence to
the dignity of grief by an unqualified
praifj.—Elevated by the v./ice of his
i country, to one of its Molt important
, offices, he biought to his talk a mind
; richly dored ; a dilceniincut unufually ,
! prompt ; an integrity, that could not be
: corrupted ;an independence and firm
nefs of principle, that be lhaken.
On qnedions of general policy, and on
fubjefts, to the ifnderflanding of which
judgment and informaticn are noceffary,
his views were enlightened and liberal ;
and they were detailed by an eloquence,
animated, yet chade and precife.—ln
his'family, his conduct was marked by
tcnderiiels and indulgence—'twasfiach as
exhibited that alfei\i'ou, which domedic
hfippinefs demand-, and that fa'.isfaClion,
Which only its innocence can ibfpire.
As a friend and companion, his intimates
will long remember and re'fpeft that ft
neroiity, wldch had full podefuon ol his
heart, that intelligence, which pervaded
his Coiiverfati-on ; S'Wd that prtlitcne.fs,
which graced his manners. By liis deatl,
we are left to regret knowledge, that is
ext'mguidied, and talents that are buried
in oblivion—-It is. our portion to fympa
tldie with affection, that is widowed ;
and to pity innocent e that is unprotect
ed.
" r.heu ! tam cari capitis quis finis
sit dolori t"
Ncrj-Vork, Dccc)tibe<- 2.
Captain Woods of the (hip Commerce,
who arrived at this port yederday in 20
days from GuadaloUpe, informs ns that
• he was embargoed there 20 days in con
| fe que nee of an indlrreCtion on tke part
I of the n«groes, headed by general I'e
! lage j that the infurgents l'eir.ed the per
; foil of general La Crofte, and put him
j on board a Danidi fliip for Copenhagen ;
| and that the veffel was captured by the
; Euglifh frigate Tamstr, and carried into
| Martinique*
MAGLOIRE PELAGE,
' Chief of Brigade, Commander in Chief
of the armed force of Guadaloupe and
its dependencies, And the Civil Com
midaries—To all the citizens of the
United States of America at prefent
in the colony.
Wo it thy andnr.AH Allies,
The cviuts that have jtift hapjvned,
! obliged us to lay a n limb firj-o on all your
1 velfel.l, as well as on others which were
i found in our ports. This meaftrre was
indif|K;nfable ; but we haden to announce
to iVou'that you are at liberty from this
clear out your velfels.
! If an hindrance of a few days has been
■ prejudicial to your iutereft, on the other
hand you will not depart without carry
ing along with you the couviCVion that
i we have been devoted to the horrors of
ian inteftine diffention, and that tran
quility has been ipeedily redored. Yntr
i have WitnefTed the efforts We have made
to attain the end; you have feen how
they have been feconded.
! (iitir'.cns, children of a republic ne
i cefl'arily allied to the French republic,
Guadaloupe will remain faithful to the
I metropolis ; (he willies to pieferve the
' relations of friend (hip and of commerce
Ifo happily re-efiablilhed between the
j two nations by thut treaty, the obfer
v • \
! vanCe of vvliith fliall ever be facfed ts
1
I tis.
I i llintention# have been proved to
you V'V -tiie I'alVtv and regards which
you hnve enjoyed anu:ill the ciiiis which
wt: have jull experien-'cdi Accept thcic
v/ith our '.'olemn alfurances; and be
pk'iifed to tranfir.it. the fa me-to your fel
lovV citi/.ens at the levcral ports of your
refpfc'ftive deftinations. Toll them that
far frwm K hnquiiiiiii." the ennneition
wliich unitv's us to each other,tjhey ought
to itrenghten it fitll more ; that the mea
furcfi taken by the adminiftration, the
economy and tiia order adopted for the
employment Q f the rich productions of
this colony, warrant more than ever to
our worthy allies the great advantages
they have fo coofVantly found thereby
and will cement the union and the-con
fidence which arifes from the profpevity
of' ail.
Done at the 17th Bru
mairc, year 10 of the Frernh lie
public, or the Bth November, 1801.
(Signed)
Pdzgi'i Delctrt, 11. Fros'iis,
JDtrtit'Ji, and J\nicciul.
SAVANNAH, November 17.
On t!;e 2.1 inlt. the Legiil -. ture of this
ilatc met at Lou I'ville; on the third
tey formed a quorum. Tiie Senate
made choice of boil. Wnl. Barnett,
as their PrcfiJent, and Wm. Uol ertlou,
Secretary. I'he Houfe pf lieprefeuta
tives re-elected the lion* David Meriwe
ther, their speaker, and Hin.es Holt, Etq.
cksrk.—Alter making choice of a Go
vernor, they elected the following of
iicers:—-
Mattiiev/ Tvl'Allifter,
George Walton, and v Judges.
Thomas P. Carnes, J
Gov. Tatuall, Brigadier-General.
William Bulloch, Efq. Att'y-Gen.
P. Van A Hen, and? Q .
, V ' Solicitors.
K. Vvalker, Lfq'r. 5
Kdwin Mounger, Trcafarer.
jPoratio Mirbury, Secretary.
Dr. W. Cocke, HeaJth-GlHcer, and
Grorge Throop, Efquire, Harbour-
Mailer for the port of Savannah.
A vote had palled the Houfe of Ile
prefentatives for incorporating the Chat
ham' Library Society..
By the
PRESIDENT
- ... OK THIi
UNITED STATES of AMERICA,
A PROCLAMATION.
WHEREAS information has been
received that an atrocious murder was
in the mpnth Of Auguft lalt committed
011 an Indian woman of the Cherokee
tribe in the pe y'e and frienddiip of the
United States in the county of Knox
in the ilate of l'enneflee, aggravated
alio by the conl'ideration, that it was
committed at a moment when a friendly
meeting was about to beheld by cote"
milfioners of the United States, with
the chieffc of the l'aid tribe of Indians,
for the purpofe ot' making certain ar- I
rangements favorable to the tranquility
and advantage of the frontier fettlers,
as well as juft and eligible to the Indi
ans themfelves. AND WHEHEAS,
the apprehenlion and punifhment of j
the murderers and their accefTarics will :
be an example due to juftiCe Sc hnmani- |
ty,, and every way falutary in its opera
tion . I Ifavc therefore thought- ill: to if- :
f'ue this my proclamation, hereby exhort- !
ing the citizen's of the United States
and requiring alj the officer:; thereof
according to their relpe&ive ftations,' to 1
ufetheirutmpft endeavours to apppreliend ,
and bring the principals and accelfaries |
to the laid muider to juftice : And I j
do moreover offer a reg ard of' One Thou
sand Dollars, for ea v .h principal, and
Five hundred dollars for eaeh aeceffary
to the lame before the fa£t, who {ball
be apprehended and brought to juftice.
In Tefiimony whereof, 1 have
caufed the fenl of the United '
States of America to be affix- !
(f>. S.) eel to thefe prefents and fign- :
ed the fame with' my h.ind. j
pone at the City of Wafhington, the
thirtieth of November, in
the year of our Lord one thou
fand eight hundred and one,
and of the independence of the
United States of America,
the twenty-fixth.
Th. JEFFERSON.
Ry the Prefifient,
JamEs Madison, Secretary of Hate.
SUBSCRIPTION
For the Publication of
TWO DI SCOU _B-S.ES,
Delivered at the City of
Walhington:
To wliichwill be annexed,
Three Numbers of a prophetic Alphabet,
SERVING as an index to certain hyerogly
pbical Charadlers and events 011 fcriptural
record—Defined to alfift enquirers of the pre
fent day, in iheir introdudhny Retearclies af
ter the mylleries of Supreme.
Submitted to the attention of the Laarned
throughout the world. If H
By the rev. David Austin, a. //.
At the defiru of many friends,
" Out of Zion the pcrfeflion of beauty God
ha th fliined"—
" Who forgiveth all thine iniquities: who
healeth all thy difeafe?."—
Price to Subferibers ,jo cct'.ts; to be deli
vered in fifteen dayj.
Dee. 7-
City of Washington;
Co nun ris toners Office^
■** ■ ■ Hi •
2d October, 1301.
T> y virtu-; of an-a-ft of the Rare of
Jbdiryhinl, entulcd '• A lutther fuppkment
to the uoi concerr.iijg the Territory <>f Columbia
and Ciry ot Waibingtori," the Comnii'hoii&rs will
?spofe to public i'aie for £eady money, at Wil
liam Rliodv >'« ravern, in th.: laid city, en the
lilGlitH day of DECEMBER next, the
following Lots in th:. laid city, to wit : , No*J
4 ami 5 in lijuare 110 9y, lias i I 4 7 8,9 14 15
and 1.6 iii fq 150196, 110 10 in fq 110 347, noa-i
& 19 in fq no 635, no 4 in lq 110 ~517, iiosK 15
16 17 i 3 & 1// in fq no 37, no 8 m fq bb 40,
10 2 in fo no 43, 110 4 «n fq mt 59, no 1 in fq no
60, nos a & 3 in fq 110 71, noi 123891011
ia 19 io 2t %/, 18 29 iSc 30 iri fq no 7(3,- noi
9 & to in lq no 77, no 3 in lq 110 83, tioj 16 17
&18 in fq no Bj, nan 1& 8 111 fq no, 6, nos x 2
5 4 .5 6 7 " \9 & 10 i.i fq 110 20, no» x 2 7 8 9,
10 11 25 iSc '/) in fq no 33, nu.s 15 16 iy zd 24
25 26 £e 27 in fq no 105, nos 9 10 j£ 12 in fq no
118,* no ib i>: fq no 141, nos 14 15 &16 in I'q !
110 t66, U'j 1111 fijnart; north of fq no 580, 110 i
in lq north, of .fq A,i 5 noS Ilil in ft] 110 107, i
1103 3& i ?'»in lq na 23, no.ia ia. uo aBS, no
2 in lq no 317, no. 1 in lq no 345, 110 6 in fq no
409, 110 13 in fq in) 535, no j in fq no 579, no?
4 & 14 in fq. 110 1103 2 c-: 15? in fq no 583,
nos 5 7 89 10 12 13 14. 15 17-18 tc it) in fq no
SBS, nos 91012131417&18 in fq no 587, 1
no 13 & 14 iu fq 110 643, nos 4 ami 5 in fq 110 I
734, no 3 iu fq foui.h of fq no 825, no 10 in fq ,
110 799> »o 2in fq 521,110 13 in fq no ainfq :
847, 116s id and xjio fq 8 fa,no* 15 and 19 in fq j
102,n0 lin fq fouthdf fq 110 TO4, Aba 67& Bin
fq no 120, noa 24 35 26 & 27 in fq m 6, no 7 in
ft} 142, one half of no xa in fq 143, ihiS'3 and
4 >n fq 170, nos a 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 xa n 13 13 14
iji 16 17 18 J9 20 21. 22 33 24 23 26 27 & 28
111 lq 174, ni)3 I 2 $ 610 11 12 13 i(> 17 and
21 in!q"i'B;f, nj> S 9.1b and 14 in lq 256, nos
2 3 I? tti, in fq no 2';o, cos 2 5 (y 13 14 in lq j
no 3.21, ilia 1 3 s and 9 .11 fq 333, ,ios x 2 .5 6
10 11 15 and 16 in fq 110 348, nos 56 7 13
13 14 10 ao 24 3,5.and 36 in lq 457, no 2 in lq
2, uq. 1 and 3 in fq 116 7, nos 6 7 8 xo 11 I2anr)(:
15 in lq 7j, no? 4,5 and 6 in fq 119, nos 191
12 and is hi fq 223, no 7 iil fq 433, i(o» 3 ana „ |
in fq 796, no 6 in fq 431. no 5 in fq 461, no q
in fq 1064, nos 1 2 3 4 6 and 7 ir> lq (ouch of lu
110 744, no 1 in fq 461, no a in fq 644* no :(t in
f l l 799> no 17 in fq 728, no x in lq 391, no a in
fq 47, nos 15 and x 6 iu fq 198. nos 356 7 6 j
io 1.3 and 14 ill fq 31 v, is,os 333456 and 3 '
in fq 343, 110s i 3 4 j sad 6in fq 344, uqs t 7 1
3413x6 ij xBl9do in fcf 374, uos 14586!
and 12 in fq 403, nos >45 6 7 in fq 40 i, no* 4 !
367 10 and 11 in f) 437, nos 2345 and 6in
fq 428, nos 78 12 13 14 15 t6 17.1.8 <9 zo an J
21 in fq 534, nos 5678 9 xo and 11 in lq no
535, no 20 iu fq 585, 110 15 in fq 587, no a in
fq 643, 110 2 in lq fouth of fq 110 83.',', no,s 16 17
18 19 20 di 22 23 24 2.? and i 6 in fq 826, no x
in fq 997, no 1 in lq'fauth of fq n > 1019, nos,2
789 id 11 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 30 2x 36
33 24 in fq XOJO, bo 2 in icj ioaf.no 1 in fq 103 3
no* i%311 12 13 and 14 in 1023, sad 6 :
in lq 1034. nos 334567 8 anil 11 in fq 1045 j
nos 34 5 6 7!? 9 10 11 xa and 13 in fq io<i6 :
nos 1 % 3 4 5 6 3i 32 24 25 26 27 and 28 U) j
'fq 1047, nos 1 2 *? 4 5 6 and 24 in fq 1048, noi I
J 34 j6 78 <s. 9 in fq 164,1)014 lq 799,110s 6 7 8
9.x121314is 16 17 18 19& 20 lq 847,n0s x
2345. »3 24 35 2<> 27 a 8293031 32 33 &34 |
in fq 877> nos 35 36 27 28 31 and 32 lq 1048, '
nos 1 and 3fq 1065, 11 0., is6in !q north eaftof i
1065, no 1 fq" 1066, nos 2 3 7 8 9 10 12 and r*
n 1 • 158, nos 1456 and 7 in fq 161, 110s 134
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 xi 1 a 13 14 15 16 1.7 and 18 in
fq 247, nos 1 2 3 4 10 ii in fq 452, nos 5678,
[ 9 10 n n 13 and 14 in fq 453, no 1 in fq loath
of 1:083 4 5 and 6 in fq 492, nos 5
9StlO in icjno 493» nos 4!> Sc 6in lq 110
494 y nos 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ly
28 in ftj 517, nos 2 4 6 Sc 3 ill fq 518,
, nos 12345 67 8 9 10 1 1 12 1 3 14 1 5
! 16 17 18 19 8c 20 iu fq 529, nos 12 3 4
I 5 6 Sc 7 in iu 5 37, noa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9
! 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25. 26 27 fe 28 in lq $33, uos
' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sc 8 in fq 5 65, nos 12 3 4
56789 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17x3 19
20 Sc 21 ia lq 567, nos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
j 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 13 19 20 21
; 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 k 33
! in fq 563, nos 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 11 12
; 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 St U
in fq 569, nos 2 4 £c 6 in fq 570, n..> 2 in
fq 572, nos 2 Sc 3 in ijj 577, llos 1 2 3 4 |
5 ic 6 in fq 531, nos 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 I
13 14 15 16 17 i 8 19 Sc 20 in fq 584, nos !
5 6 7 8 9 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Sv 26 in
•fq 640, nos 234515 16 17 18 20 21 &
; 22 in fq 642, nos 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 9 10 11
I 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Sc 21 in fq
! eaftof fq no (542, nns 20 2i 23 23 24 25 j
i 26 Sc 27 in fq folith of fq no 643, nos 3 4 j
' £t 6 in fq 644, nos 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101
! 11 12' 13 14 15 16 1718119 20 21 22 23 i
i 24 25 26 27 Sc 28 in fq 645, nos 1 2 Sc 17 j
, in fq 1000, nos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 9 10 24 !
j 25 26 34 35 Sc 36 in fq 1043, nos 2 34 !
14 lo 16 17 18 in fq 1066, 110s 10 11 12 j
J3Sc 14 in fq 1067, nos 1 23 4 U 12 Sc '
13 in fq 1078, nos 1 Sc 2 in fq i'outh of I
1091, nos 12 9 10 11 Sc 12 in fq 1092,
nos 12 314 15 16 17 18 19 Sc 20 in fq
1 105, nos 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Sc 13 in
iq 1116, 110 9 lift i'q 1117, nos 5 6 7 Si 8
in fq 1 123, nos 5 6 7 Sc 8 in fq 1130, no
3 in fq 1 148, and no 4 in fq 1149.
<1
The, fale to commence at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, and continue from day to day
(Sundays excepted) till the whole fluill be
fold, or until the further <*rder of thcrGom
miifioners. The higheft bidder ifcaU be
preferred ; but if lie fails to pay the mtney
offered, on the day of Tale, the next high
elt bidder flu all be confidered as the pu r
cliafor ; provided he pays the money effefed
by him previous to opening the fale on the
enfuiivr day ; if" he 4|>i fails, tlx fale (haft
-be void, ttw* lots bid for again, expo fed
without further ootire, and both bidders
excluded from pu re Ira ung during the
IVII, LI AM ' r HO R iVTQiV,
ALEXANDE R Wh 11%
'VIUSYRJM DAL I'OX
• ■ Sti jyn lor Stolen,
J'^ROM -the fu!>v-*ii; r f »me iine i nee a
. SORRF.I, about i.j fund• biyh,.
with a bald fate, had. a fnialffrire <jw '■Hi# li'r.c tt. 1
and wuii a Bob-iui tali. 'I'HN DOLLAR*
REWARD wilH*e'given -lor a return oi the
horfc wid dcte&ion oi the thief; or five dol
lars for thtrvtiiro of t.tic horfc, and i.<> uiieL
Hons asked. It ia d<s,vd that the horie may
fee delivered'. N> ',S»>nel WiJfoa, luulta; ec,
oppofice the Sit feujklhv/j,
AK HJUA THOMSON.
D.:e, 7. ei jt
TII6 M 1 !i PR WTlu R,
TAYLOR,
SOLIC'TS a unitfimarion ot ta sr generous
encnu.-.;ge«iHK -which he has ejfycricotrd
from the ladies and Gentleiui:n of thit
and itß virinity. Having procured .in el
affurtment OI cloths, cuiiimcres, fw-uii'dvwu.-,
See. and wui-kitua ofk>r talei;:#.
His unremrtth.g a'tention Ih.n. he »»ivtu <0
IH'.'l it-p lt)'otK»j/S,
C pitol Ifill.ocit H.->ufe«a<t Finch's
hoardalg houfe, asfd • Avvr.ue
■ .-.ctwecn the Prefidciit's. iquare and tev.it.
Bni'di.igs. ■ •
Dec. 7,1801. | eptf
t
- — —— — ; , -< —
Three Dollars Reward.
STRkiVED away from the ; ; u!>ic\\b r on
or about the xoth of November, a SWIN
DLED J>i I.CH GOW, Jiavliiir on a bell :-uiJi
1 » ; °'i collar, in pretty good order. Whoever
: delivers the fame to the fubferib'er 'fheli have/
I the above reward and reafonabla charges tuid
by
THOMAS WILLIAMS.
New Jet fey- Avenue, Dec. 1. eojc
•< 'TO RE NT,
r I 'H 8 three ftory brickdvveliig hoirfc with
i A the ftables, garden twnl ice, houlo, lately
occupied fey Samuel Meredith, Ef.-p Tr«. hirer.
Situated on the river, weft of the Prifiiervt!*
Houfe. v
FR.IVCIS DFAKINS.
Creorgc-Yovvn, Nov. ■£©', 6P4/A»
For Sale or Rent,
Two three flory brick houfes in Alexandria,
completely finifhed, en JCi ;g .at.,.! Columbia,
| flrcet, with fuiidry valuable property near ti c
' l;.mt, polfeliion whereof may ba had iiiime.
; diitcly. r I he fkuatian|i'or the floiir and
j eery bulinei's h equal to any in Aleiandris.
i For terms app'y to Henry ThojiJas Moore,
Aexandri.i, or to tljfi fuhlrrihcr.
NICHOLAS VOSS.
La ft Not ice.
to the creditors of George V/,
1 S K.'.tklan;l, is hereby gi ten, Twit, un the
a6th day of December next, between the
| hoyrs cf ten o'clock in the morning, and live
! o'clock in the evening of laid fay, u iiie,cf
fice nf Uriah Porfeft, «le»k' of the circuit
] court, for the county of Wafkihjrro'n, a ccrti
j ficate of difchafge wiilb.s given the la hi EajiL
i rupt, unlctj cacfe, thea and the c be fliewn
j to the contrary, by the faid credi' r». or lome
J of them 3 for which purpofe they may attend
j ;\t the laid time and placc it they think piu
' per. v
By order of the hon. William Cranch,
F.fq afitftanr judge of the Circuit
Court of the af Coluinbia, thi>
ijth day < f November i?ot.
UVIA ll FQI < RFS T,
Clerk of th' 4 Circuit Court for the.
county of Wailiirgloh In the
Diftriei of Colli.nbia.
Dec. a. iiW4t
i' k OPO.STifs,""
For carrying the MAILS of tiu Uiari-D
Stf.i fb.svn the JjUorjhg Post r<u&is y
ivHi bf rcccivcd at the General Pjst-
Ojfice, in Wa&hingloK City, until the
30th day cf "January next, inclusive*
In DELAWARE.
1. From Wilmington by NcxvvflaPiie,
St. Georgeftown, Oantweil's Bridge,
Duck Creek, Dover, Fretkrir.t, !Vlilford >
Georgetown, Trap, SnowhiJl, Lloriitowu
i and Accomac c. h» to Northampton c. h*
i three times a week—Leave Wilmington
every Monday, and Tiid.'.y,
at I p. m. and arrive tit Duck Cirtl.
fame days by 10 p, n Leave Ducic
Creek every Tuelilay, Thurfdav nnd Su»
| uirdny, at 4 a. dnive at
{ boro fame days by 8?. -Leave l
| boro every Weduefday, Fjid.ty U AV'i
. day, at 4 a. m. and arrive at Koitliamj't
i on c, b. the next days, Tjiurfday, Sa
j fcttrday and Tucfday by Bp. 31 Return*
j > n g- bavs Northampton e. h. every Fri
; day, Monday and Wednetday at 4 a. m.
| and arrive at Dagilrora' the next days,
■ , Saturday, Tut id ay and Thurfdjty by S
j P*. m>— Leave Djgfboi'o every Monday,
j Wednesday and Friday at 4 a. m. and
j arrive at Duck Creek the fame days bv
j 8 i'. M-— Leave Duck Creek everv Tiu i
j day, "I'hurfaiiy Saturday at 4a. i,c.
and arrive at Wilmington the lame day's,
by 11 a. m.
2. From Wilmington by Cl;riftiaaa r
. Middletown, Warwick, Aid, Satfafras,
Md. an'd Georgetown, Mtl. io C!j,
town, Md. three times a week-.-Leave
, Wilmington rTe.ry Tucf'day,
. and Saturday at 8 a. si. and arrive at
Clieftertown fame days by 6 p. ;vi.__/\V
ttiming, leave Chefbrtown every Wed
, nefday, Friday and Monday at Ba. m..
i and arrive at. Wilmingtoa fame days ly
, 5 I'. M.
Ijj MARYLAND.
3.. Frem Cheftcrtov.-u by CentreviHe,
to E .Hon, twice a week—Leave Clielki -
town every Wedncfday and hiiday at 5
ai. and arrive at F.aflon by 5 p. j;
Leave L; flon eveiv ThniUlay and Satur
day at 8 a. ji« and an; .'e a; Cheilei'tj
by 5 P. 3i.

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