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demand* of any natwte au-ainli the fubfcriber arc requefted to exhh.it their accounts, with in JOHN Hl'WlT or ttICHARD IORREST, BftlM. of the city of W«fciag ton, who are authorifed, in my Mine, to a.i juft and fettle the fame ; arid all perfon* in d to me are requefted to make payment <o either cf the gentlemen above named. SAMUEL BLOLGLr. March 30." tl I WILL fell five hundred and fifty acres o j l.iind v.hereon 1 live, iaFairfai county,; witf ii houfe, and with- j in twenty of thc'City of Walhington, A!e«- j andria, Dumt'ies, and twelve of ti.e Oca-j quo'i mill*, it is a healthy fituatioh, the land | fertile, and has about two hundred acres of woci to cut, there is a |*reat proportion of •white :nd red oat, pct/uFar and hickory titn l.r K '» ! t'. 1 one hundred i.ercs of i.naic !js<l for meadow, 1 will give fix months credit for one fo ~ tii of the pcrchafc niom»y —twelve month* for rhe other quarter, eigh teen for-the third, zr.d two years for th- laft v..viii(.r.t, a purckafti will find me oh th* 1 urcmifes. Thob. ?OLLAKO. V,b lift ep TuAKLiS VAKDfcK j T A V L O R, Fa hM Phi la d 1 l iHiA. TTAS received from Phila/Wlphia an ele- j JtjLgaiit aihirtinent of the beft quality Super .lmcrcs, Siik florintine, Black and fancy iiiit mckr-.kin velvet, white & figured Swaudowns, Toilinettee, Veivct teeiit, Fancy turds, Coating, & c. *»> itli a variety of other articles fuiuble for vth« winter fltifon, N. Is. Ladle's Habits, Regimentals and Navy uniforms nude •-. the firft Gyle of •Jcrcv Avenue, the fecond Houfe from the Capitol Scj DecemScr 8, rßoi. HV AU i'ilOßl; i. SC n S ..' I: OP A LOTT ER T, To build a. Catholic Cathcdrrd Church in tr.e City of Baltimore. Dollars. 1 pr. r ?e of ao.ooo 1 di 10,000 % »'o SCOO 13 1..C00 ,' do 1000 — J)°3 & IO e'o j>>o — 5,000 i.) do aco — S.CJCO »3C do 100 — ac.ooo 50 ■ — 10,000 do %s — 5,000 0.; -o do 10 — 50,000 4 _GO do 15 60,009 1 firft drawn ricket after _ ;00, having a blaiifc t.i its uumker, 500 I do alter 4CCO Oo 500 1 do aftfer 6 do 509 I : OO do 500 1 ■ do 500 1 .' d) - 5c O 1 do after :j coo 00 500 1 do after j :',OOO do 500 i do -'" 4,000 _ct, which :nay kn number, 4,000 71V4 Triz 3, aio ; co 13,8.56 olaiiks—Mi I Z\ft to a prize. ai,ooo hi aroooo of this l»tttry—the jTi-aoy very v;i)u:.!)le prizes olh here in.- being tw« bl%i>ki to a prise, are confider rations which give the managers f£afon to hope for a rapid fale of the litketsi The drawing wii! commence as foon as a fufi riu i '> '''"- fold to authosifij'it; a.-id thirty days alter the comphjti in cf the ' ;. wi ;/, the prize* will bepaidto t.Ve f.rtu ; fu'ijtct to a d-.iiiic'lion of Such prizes as fhall not he «j. . anded wii bin tv. civ? months after the confidered ?.s re- ( liiiqullhi rl for t c benefit of the church. Pur the fa : thofe at v duhnce, it ' ■ maybe nsccfiary to menuon, tht tf.c mana have given bdndto the mayor and city council id tl-.'. fum cf 120,000 dollars, for the <ue payment of the prizes which may be tt. ■•.w:i. Ticlutstobe tnd of the msnajrers, cr of fuch perfons as may be sppointed hy them. Maui Right rev. Bifliop Carroll, Rev. Francis Becfton, Mclfrs. David Wilhair.l'on, Robert VV a, fh, Chark« Gheqniere, Patrick Hcnnet, Arnold Liver*, Luke 'f iernin, Frsneesl. Mitchell. July 13, IRO3. eojtf * 4 * The manaj/ers have lodged a number tf tickets in tiie above lottery in the hands of V, m.-limit and Jamc* D. iSarry for fa'.e. COLUMBIAN INN. GEORK-i OWN. THU Pubfcribvr begs leave to folicit the putronage of his former friends and cuf tomer.l, aiid in on it, them he Hill continues at th« Columbian tun—where be will be hun py to have it in his power to aceorr.modace them .s ufti.il. JOHN H. BARNF.Y. September ai. «yij jljs'Fpublishkd, AND FOR SALE, BY RAPINE CONRAD V Co. Neu 'Jers y Avenue,nncra r the Capitol. (PiiCeS dolls. 25 cents in boiirds, or 2 . 50 cents bound.) History of ihe British Expedition to l.i.rpT. To which is fu'hjoincJ, A fketch of that country and its ineak..» of defence. Illuftratc-d with mail* and a portrait of Sir Ralph Aber crombie. •-: Robert T Wilson, Lieu c<. <•>• el of cavalry in his Britannic Mi ; , . service, *c Knight of the Impe rial .unitary crdtr of Maria iherefa. Bepttmbcr ali. FOR SALE, For a term of 5 years, A I.IICELY young and healthy NEGRO MAN, about 23 years ot ?,gc for fale b> — ROBERT M' CLAN. ] Washington M.-.j 25. tf. FOR SALE. THE Plantation on which I live, con taining about 6co acres of valuable and. 'Ihe improvements are, an exceeding : good dwelling houfe two flories high, 43 \ test long, by 36 feet wide, with a pafTagc I 1 through the middle, three, rooms below, and j four above flairs, with fire places in all but I one, a dry fwett cellar, the fizc of the I houfe, in which is a capital vault with two I rooms, and above is a fine airy pantry. A j kitchen 30 by 18, two flories high, with a kitchen :nd laundry below, and lodging rooms for feivant? above. A wafhing houfe meat hi ui'e and dairy and in fliort every neceflary improvement lor the accommodation of a fa mily, and a very fine collection of grafted and budded peach trees of the n;oft approved kinds, chiefly from Princes nurfery on Long llland, which are juft beginning to bear. This property is fituated in a healthy genteel neighborhood, about four miles from the city of Washington, five from Alexandria. Nearly one half is in wood an«? timbered, and j the refidue arable and mcir'ovv land , of the latter, there are about 50 or 60 acres under the fc ythe and more may be eafily laid down ] Perhaps no trr.cT: of the fame lize, abounds I more in fine fprings, there being a never , failing fit earn in every field, befidesan i-bun dant one which runs tlirough the meadow and from which the greateft part of it may be watered. For terms apply to the fu'uferiber on the premiiei. OVERTON CARR. September 19. cptf Lots for fale. IN eligible fituations, and upon very ad-, ■vantageous terms—A plan of the levcra! fquarcs in which they arc contained may be feen and terms thereon by applying to, ROBERT VV. PEACOCK. Attorney at law and conveyancer. " LOSFCfcRTJFICATE. NOTICE is hereby given thst application is made at the Treafury of the the Unit ed State**, for a new certificate in the lieu of No 14.307 for 3 8,56 Dolts. 85 Cents, of three per cent, frock, handing in the books of the Treafury U.S. in the name of Hugh Percey *ukc of No.thumberland, which certificate was forwatdetl by the Lady Hobart, Britifh packet in June laft, and loft in the mail. JOHN COLES. New London, Sept. 14, ISO 3 6w. MILITARY LANDS FOR SALE. By virtue of a power dele gated to his executors, by the laft will and teltament of John Role, eg. decea'ed, late of rhe county of Weftmorcland we the fub fcribets, ha/ing taken upon our elves, the el ocution of his laid will, and qualified thereto according to law, now olhr lor tale, che fol* lowing traces ol land, viz. One ttr.et of fifteen hundred acrei, hy pa tort, bearing d-tc 7th rrif day of January, 1796, lying on Cur-bcrlaiid river, in the Hate of Kentucky. Otic ol 1500 acres by patent, heating date the _cth diy of rtuguft, 1707, or. the waters, or Piur.t Creek, between ihe Miami and Scl era rivers. One of rjoo acres by patent, bearing date the ajth, cf April, 1800. alio on the waters of i aint Creek. One of 1100 seres by patent, bearing date the 23th day of Apii!, iljoo. lying 011 ihe biiii;., ol the Siiota river. Two other finall lots of one and two hum deed acres, onthe waters of Lees creek a branch of the Rattle Snake Fork of Paint creek. One other finall trad, of 560 acres, in the fame neighbor hood—md laifiy, One other fact of 1500 acres, furveyed and patented for Purged Bell, ly tog on a branch of Gafpars river, adjoining the upp«r corner of George Wsfhington's furvcy, and the fame having been fold and conveyed by the faid Bell to the laid Rolu. Pi oj.ofals for a pur- Chafe ef the whole or any part of the faid lands will be rueivcd verbally or by letter, add n fled to any of the fubfcriber*. The taxes on thele kncls have been regulary paid, and a clear and indifputable title will be made the purchafer, by HENRY ROSE, Alexandria:, } Wm.ROBINSON, Leeds, i Executors. '.»v. 3vRRY, Portßoy.l. 3 September a 6. 2m ~N OTIC K. THE Council of Wafhington having f> tiffed a law requiring a new affeffinent to he* made this year, on all real and perfonal [ ro perry in the city and alio an enumeration of V.v~ inhabitants thereof. The fubfcriber ear nettly requeft.' the inhabitants in their leifurc time to m ke out corrrel lifts of their proper ty, and alfa the number of perfons in their refpeftiyc families defignatitig their age and fan ?s follows—white males from 1 to 10 years old, from 10 to i 3, from 18 to from 30 to-45, from 45 bo 60 and upward ef 60, wich their profeftion or occupation. White females in like manner, and fl.ives males and females in like maai.er. From the little time and trouble required to comply with th S requeft it is hoped it will be promptly attended to. fhe lifts may be left at their dwellings or if ce-nvenient at the oflice of rhe fubfcriber. WASHINGTON BOYD, Treafurer of Walhington City. September 30. cp3w Such of the inhabitants of the city of Wafhington as are defirous of accommodating members of Congrefs with boarding, are requefted to leave their addrels : with ihe lublcriber at the Capitol, as foon as convenient. IHOS. CLAXTON. Odtobcr 10. 3t i NEW BOOKS. Juft imported in the thip AcVive, from London, via Philadelphia, and for tale j by RAPINE, CONRAD Sc CO. New- Jerfey Avenue, near the capitol, a choice collection of new and valuable books— amongll which are Burk's works, 8 vols. Bvo. Pratt's Gleanings,s vols. Bvo. elegant. Pcrvoule's Voyage, a vols. Bvo. • Mickle's Luci«d, a vols. Bvo. : I Link's Travels, Bvo.—Clavigero's Mexico, ; a vols. 4to. j Saneho's Letters, Byo. : j Memoirs of Piu» the 6th, t vols. Bvo. I j Segur's Frederic William and, 3 vols. Bvo. Soulavie't Memoirs ol L<vuis i6th,6 vols. Bvo '■ Spallanzane's Travels, 4 vols. Bvo. 1 Watfbn'a Philip 2nd and 3rd, 5 vols. Bvo. ■ Helen Maria Williams' Sketches, a vols Bvo. Gibbon's Roman Empire 11 vols. Bvo. i Grandpre.s Voyage in the Indian Ocean 2 vols. Mcmorsof Polilianus, Bvo. Rynicr'a ftate of Egypt, Bvo. I Cavalio's Natural and Experimental Philofo. 1 phy, a new and valuable work, 4 vols. Bvo. ; Be'lb-m's Mi>rul Pliilofophy, Bvo. . Payley's (Dr ) Natural Theology, Bvo. 1 Aelam* on the Microfcope, with plates. '■ Brown's Travels into Africa, 4to, Hornman's do. I Grant's Iflc of France. • Delphine 6 vols. nmo. War Oflice 3 vols. iamo. Microco'm 5 vols. 121110. ' The B. nevo'.ent Jew, a vols, by Geo. Walker. ■ Infidel Father, 3 vols. 1 jtiio. Monk of Madrid 4 vols. iamo. I Lorimon a - vols. 12 mo—Home 5 vols, iam : Romance of the Pyrennee3, 4 vo.s. iamo.o. " The lavage of Aye) ron, 1 :mo. . Talesi of Siiperftitioa nmo. Braad Grins, by G, Coleman, Bofcawen's Poems, iamo. Ataia—Glover'3 Athenaid, 3 vols. £0. In addition to the above they have alw ay on hand a collection ot wellafibrted books on ~ education, fcience, and amul'ement, which I they will fell at fuch prices as cannot fail of ■ giving general fatUfaetion. WASHINGTON Jockey Club Races, WILL commence on the fecond Tuef day in November next, cvi.r an ex cellent com fV, well prepared and in. cloCed with a poft and rail feme. Frrft day— A fweepftake of i.6co doll^. Second day—A purfe *i 400 dolls.— 4 mile heats. 1 bird day—A purfc of aoo dolh— 3 mile hetits Faurth day—A 50 guinea filver cup—lo I irf'es. Fifth day—A handfome City an Town Purfe—Tv 1 mile heats. All horfes. mares and geldings, to be enter ed and run agreeably to the rules of the club, and to carry the following weight i An aged horfe, 126—a fix years old 1 20—a five years old ii'a—a four years o'd 100, and a three year j old 5° pounds. Three pninds being allowed to fillies, mares and geldings. The following tolls to he p .id ar. the gnte to the clerk of the courfe, M. C- Bailey, or any perfon authorised by him to receive the fame. Four when!carriages, 1 Doll.each, Two wheel do. 50 Cents, do. Every ntpa and horfe, aj Cents. Booths will bo ittt on application to t c fubfcriber. It is probable that the ad & 3rd day-. purfes will be increafed—as the furplut of the twllsafter defraying the expences, &c. will be added to them. CH. M'LAUGHLIN, Sec. £c Tr. 1$? The club will meet at the Union Ta vern on the evening preceding the firft day's race. September 14. eptr MECHANICS IIALL. I "HE fubfcriber refrfc&fuDy informs hi frlends and the pubic, that he ha* opene ed a Houfe of Entertainment, on the cauf:s way in George-Town, at the fign of th- Golden Square and Compafs, for the accom modation of travellers and others, entitled the Mechanics Hall. All thofe who do notthir.k themfelves above a mechanic, will find it their inter eft to call on him, as he pledges himfelf te the public to be moderate in his chargss, and to keep a fupply of the beft of every article in his line of hufinefs. Having feveral genteel rooms with fire places in each, parties on bufinefs cm have private rooms Oyfter fupperi while in feafon will be prepared or. the Ibort cft notice. Berr and porter. Aif;), new (pa per* of different politics, regulai'y filed in the barroom. He alfo kecpa a fmsll affortment of Gro ceries, of the beft quality, which he fc'.U low. Any favor in either line will be grate fully acknowledged, by the public's hul ANDREW M'DONALD. $jT A few genteel perfons may be acce":i tttodatcd on moderate terms with boarair.g , by the week, month or year. A womin, well acquainted with cooking, and of good character, is wanted, to whom I liberal wag«s will be given. s Auguft 3. iawtf ; LOOKING GLASSES. 1 /"CONVEX Mirrors, girjndoles, toilet t glaffcs, elegant prints, prints and win . dow glafs, lampblack, cabinet ware. Print f ing Ink of a fuperior quality, &c. &c. for fale on real'onable terms lor cafh or approved pa per at Mr. William Worthington's Pennfyl vania Avenue, near the Weft Market, by JOHN M'ELWEE. October 10. 3t 5 ir is the wish of the Editor of the h f NAIIONAL INTELLIGENCER to engage an individual well qualified to ; s REPOR T THE DEB A PES OP CON GRESS. Immediate application, with the terms that will be agreeable, is re quested. ' THOMAS CARPENTER., Taylor j HAS Juft received by recent arrivals at i Philadelphia, -from England, and the Eaft Indies, a handfome affortment of Spring and Summer Goons, of the hell quality, alfo Patent water proof Cloth's and Cathmere'3, fnperior Navt Blue and other colaurs ; hand fome Navy & fashionable Buttons, See, Gentlemen of Army, Navy and Fashion ferved with expedition and taltc. New Jerfey Avenue, feventh houfe from Capitol Square and Pennfylvania Avenue near the Prefident's fquare. April 13 ißoj tf RAPINE, CO.NRAD tf Co. NEW JEUSEY AVfcNUE. ILive juft received the following N E W BOOK S. THE life of Lorenzo Be' Mcditi, 3 vol. Denon'a travels in Upper and Lower Egypt during the campaigns of gen. Bonaparte 111 that country, a vol. Willich's Domeflic Encyclopedia ; or Diction ary of fidrj end ufeful knowledge., \A I. &. II for which the fuliuripiioii ii fliil open—the pries iv/d be enhanced to noiilub f«i'*ers. The Marriage Promife, a new comedy. l'ublic characters, or cotemporarj biography, Containing the memoirs of the molt cele brated veifor.agcs wf this countiy and Eu rope John Eull, or an Englifhrnan's fire fide, anew comedy. Tale of Myftery—ditto, Friend of Women, craoftaterl from the French. Ecfi'uet's Select Sermons, &c &c. N. B R. C & Co. Have always on hand, rt moderate pi'ires, writing letter aar 1 wrapping papers, quills, wafers, feaiiug-wa. ink powder, ink and fand ftands, pocket booki playing cards, parchment, blank and accpiv" bocks, copper pla<e copies, &c. &. FIRST LEGION. A T T E~NT ION! A T a Legionary Court of Enquiry, held on ** the 15th day of March laft, hi obedience to a law paflicd at the laft feflioti of Congress, intituled, " An act more effectual y to provide for the organization of the Milicia of the Difiricl of Columbia," ordered that the fol lowing be the Uniterm to he warn by all non-comm.'-flioned officers and privates be longing to the battalion companies of the fiifl Legion while en duty, viz, A DARK BLUE COAT of ordinary length, WHITE VE«T WHITE BREECHES ami WHI l£ S J OCX IMGS, or WHITE PANTALOONS and Will IE STOCKINGS, pr WHITE OVER ALLS, with SHOES and ROUND SLACK HAT ■, which Uniform having been approved hy the Brigadier Genertl, is now publifhed by erdc-r of the faid court. Wx. I). BE ALL, Clerk of L. c. p.. Sec. 27. And be it further enacted, That «il r.on co.iirnijiioncd officers and private.;, belonging to battalion compare., fiia:l appeal while on duty, umfoimly clothed, the- color and fafliioti of which uniforms to be deter mined on for the respective legion?, by the firft legionary of enquiry which Bull he held, and to be rppn.ved oi by the Bri ga jie» Central ; provided tlu? eipeme of the fame, ii iiiuional to that of ufua), ordinary, am! ch.-r.p clothing, does not exceed five dol lars for each perfon, and every fuch rtftß-C/em mii&oiied officer, 01* drummer, or filer, or private, appearing at any mufler held after three months from thetim* that fuch uniform fliull have been determined on, and the order relative thereto fhall have been publifhed, in ionic iicwlp-:'er Within the legionary difiricl and rot wearing the fame, fhpjl be fitted live dollars fry each offence, unlets he can make it appear to the fVtfc&clion of the court of enquiry of the battalion to which he may belong, that he was unable to equip him felf. TO be rented on moderate terms, cither fcrarately or together. Three two flory brick dwelling HOUSES, in the city of Walhington, 011 nonh E Street, be tween 9111 and 10th flreets weft. 'I hey well calculated for private families; and the whole taken together, will aufwer extremely well for the accommodation of boarders, oji a large and excellent plan. Alio a large frame building back of the above. Perjnni wilhirg to rent, v, ill make early application to T. H. GILI.ISS At the Nivy Office. Aaijmft 37. wtNt. TolFilrTE A Handfome furniihc.l three flory BRICK .VX HOUSE, fituate on North F flrcet and Fourteenth ftrcec Weft near Rhodcs's Tavern. For further inlormation enquire of the Editor. Alloa convenient iv.re and cellar with fire place.! in the lame neighborhood enquire ».s above, October 12. at LIVERY'"STABLE. O OUTH Eaft of the Capital on the Fe-m O fylvania Avenue Horft? will be ta ken in, AKd the liri&cft attention paid to them at Twelve dollari per month by the lubferi heis, SIMPSON & WORSLEY. N. B. Saddle H«rfes for hire. ». £c W: October ia. $i ~~TO SUU-CKlLEilo. Subscribers, either in arrears, or whose subscriptions soon become due, are respectfully requested to forward the sums due, should no earlier opportune*?' occur, by the representatives to Congress who will agree to undertake the agency. It vjill be understood that a year's payment in advance is always required ; and that papers not paid for wilt bedis , continued. , This notice is given to prevent the , unpleasant necessity of discontinuing papers at the present interesting per.i. r, j when a Session of Congress, of',;>■'' haps, unprecedented importance, is 1 j bout commencing. Remaining in the Po-t office at Wash ington city, en the first daj of Octo ber, I HO3 A San in. I AnderfoH, William Alifon, 'i hem is Adams. B. Richard Butler, 3. Bon Blount F.fq. Mrs. Sabinah Bomiau, ll'aac Brigg.i j Efq. CI. Thomas Butler, Rtchardl I Biadfluw, Alexander Baxter, crrre o( Robert Spodo, Mrs. Brcmnt, Amort C. Brumley, John Bride, John Boggs, Hicham Budou, Daniel Bancroft, Geo. Stewart Bail, Mary Baker, Snr.l Real, Patrick Betfll, H.ii,Huh Bond, Captain Junes Cdnuhown, Efq. 2. Newton I Cminor, Lswu Ciplos, Caroline Ghgqtt, tare of Mr. Hdiiforr, -hcharhh Cox, ' 'J. Abraham CobcU, Charles Coni'table, j benjamin Cuthbert, William Chngan, j Eliza Chandler, Willism Grane, Thos. jM. G llixis, William Cuftafd, IliiTeil j Gn.tfiJd, care of Mr, Duaue, NathardcJ I Samuel B. Bains, John 1). Dickenfl n, Efq. MefTre. William Dtmcafilfln & Co. j. B. Dumoutet, Jobi. Dimly, Daniel DrUna, John Ouuoare, George Delar.y, Elinor Davie?, William DavidfdiL Daniel Eldridge, Matthew L. Ed waids, Mrs. Mary Klleott. John Fowler, Efq. M'Carty Fitz hugh, E'q. Solomon Foibes, JoicpU fcaudray, care erf John Chciry. Col. Henry Gahher, 2. William Gray j M.. Gird, JamfSGotham, Doiior it • i;u. George S. Buclriey, 2. Mr. Henfiry, I-uurii-i.il, A : r.j.ih Hu.it, Colonel le Hamptix, Mi* Gewge Hen ins Caty Hevencr, Edward G. ID.ni'y, Cih,i,lts Howd, Jofca Bormij, Ana ! Hand, Harper, Jnfej h riiggmj, tan Holme*, Day.d Hutching*, J ernes Holland, 3, Jeremiah HutVt, Di- Vid i,i.;gai>. Judges of the Circuit Court, Mr. J .hiil'oi), Thomas J sate ion, Genual vViiliawi IrsiU.e, Waiter livirc, VVal tor Irvme, W.ii.aiD Juhiilion, William Afa King, Timothy Kelly, 1). cTtor William Latimere, 4. Jacob Laws, 3. Ci.;;t. Levis, S_ Ik'njajiuu H. Latrobe, Efq. 2. Colonel i 3 Lear, John Lewis, Chriltian t, iini.-iiy L\n'aai«, S.anucl Le,ne. Anthony Merry, Efq. 3. M'C:ra Sc Aridge, Paul Maiych, Efq. C.ipr. Dani el M'Neill, Janus M'Colky, JoiVph Maxwell, Jofeph M'Nemara, 1 hernias Mcur.ger, Smallwood Ivliddl«:c:i, Geo. Morrow, Jalr.es Maiiies, John care cf Mr. Chaiks M'Nancc, Lieut. John M'itea, Ami.i.y M'Gccutli,. Samuel Mi.kr, 2. Samuel Nicliolfon, Efq. I. iSlic hells, Increafe Newhall, Hancr Ntall, Fre- Capr. John Ofboni,Mr. J din Otton. Dr. Ignatius Pert:: Henry Peterfon, David I'hipi ?, Oliver H. Peiry, Robert PKmkett, Mi. Jcf.ph PaifoDf, peoige Powers, Perkins, Ralph Potts, Gtorge Pale r, Elc-an. i Pckiell, Jeii miah Plumefj Nathaniel Porter* inn. Larmic, D;:vid Roberts, Wil- Lii«d, 2. Dinhl P. Ramfey, an MriT.s. Rot's, fe >hunk, Siaii Symfin, Ciipv mith, Major Simeon S.'m .aiib'riv. Hlchaid . ofiraker, Sacurufa and Long dians.) iompfoti, William Tripo, T». Ht, Edwaid Ton; rhomav, Robert Xanilauifei mas. i Ull'.er. Weft, 2. Ceorge. Willis, Hon, Thomas Winn, li ■ term«:r, William W. fon, Abraham Wertou, jo omtrtatted.to the jail of 1 ;y aiva runawuy, e>n the rjth i man who calls hcric.ll RaIHHL BU twenty four years <\< i) riches high, dark- |« . betted—lhe has oi tl and tlriped giflghasti • 2 wairattedhy cc!. I r>*7, on the. liallejn ...1, flu: vvill Le fold far hr 'aw.