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,rt, will be ', f) to tiie highest bidder on the ir. j the tavern ■ ait of six months, ti ctitity lowing TRACTS j of L l>g ln tin Den ceased. >out 100 at lying m '' u-t* on the i from Hiyhiarket toFFr- t irg. The quality of the this land is exec!.' One other tract ofjand situate in Ftu unty near the Thorough fair | r»ta,ining 200 acres, havu it a Dwelling-House, BthreHouse «nd •at Mill, uj -r failing stream, cap l)!e 6f rendered extremely valuable Th of this tract is fertile, and about one j fourth ot it is g-od meadow land. The decree under which the sale of this land will be m " ( c, w •'* f uud the will of the said Henry D. Hooe, di recti ng a sale ofthe same for the pay ment ot his debts. JOHN H. PEYTON, Wm. A. G WADE, Couimissioiiers. October 7—ep3w is to give N -tice, that tli JL scriber, of Washington City, bath •nedfrom the Orpdan's Court of Washington county, m t|be district of Columbia, litters ot administration on the personal estate of Samuel Whattn, late oi the Said city, d ceased. All persons having claims against thfe B*jd , decased, .-re h< reby warned to exhibit the same, with tht vouchers th. reot, to th. sub cri ii i, for payment, according to law. THOMAS HUNIER, Adm'r. 107- 3t ! ( 20 DOLLARS REWARD. XV N away fri'in the subscriber neai th.. l-H Is P a!ls (,t Potomac, in FuirfaJE County, in the st.t of Virgini., on Monday, the 28lh !»epti-m:) r, 1 r nian "'•' l h- .a.ru- ot LAURAMCE 81/TTLER,5tea' 1115.1, .7 .irs plaiti ' w " Cv sv a p',.- • 8! >j > ii"Weyes and wide uiouth, thick -ips—the above reward -will ue pan. H t-keo i>U« ot y ; ii Wllallll tilt I'.'U.UV TIVE Dollars, it SeCUieu in any j 11 so that i get him tg-iiu, or 11 ftOme all reasonable GEO : HLG-JLEY. October 7 — 3 Upper Mariborough Knees. ! .. stb day Of In"" m '' r iption purse of two fnmdred dollars will b« run for, over a n ifidso'nu courai", —the four milt" B 1k (j, t the next day a like purse of or.c huiiui-d dollars, the two mile he ts. And on the next day following, a hk purse, the sum not yut ascertained, tue two mile heats. E-ichday will be free tor any Horse, except thy winner of the precet dug day id the weights to be, r- gulated by the Washington 3 a k- s club '-w. A subscriber of ten dollars, to pay no , entrance for the first day, fill others to i pay tin dollar*. A subscriber ot five dollar!, to pty no entrance for the first day— .11 otli pay ten dollars. A Mibscsilur of Bye to pay no entrance fur th se cond and third da- ;;, all others to pay five dollars. Horses must be i ritered the day proceeding ihe race, or pay double at the p Horses to start each day precis--ly at 12 -V.lor.k. Ot, r—taw3 v. In Chancenr, June '/bum 1807. Peggy McLaughlin, and others, VI.R US 'ram Evans, and James S. 1 r orsell. THE n purt of 1) ni I &u'*»ard the tee-formerly app inter! in thu having be- -n returned, sw mto nd filed . tht i- in appr vc(\ ; it is thereupon the '.be rat (1 firm ed unless* c use be shewn to tht ( tht N ,ti- . xictn, the r port states th whole oi tht: pr p tty therein in- ution iv'rtfi sob! for fourteen thousand six hundred dolbirs, » order*. WM. BRENT, Qlk. October 7— 3W TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD, T> vN ftwuy frOio Freestone I .kv ni-ar Dumfries; orfSunday the 17th Negr.O Man, I >REW, %h* property of SARAH in Prince William county, hired pf her until the end of the He bad a pa c s for three days, - Whitsunday Hoiidavs. idrsw » about2l years of age, 5 9 inches high, a black complexion ; has a scar near the corner ofhis eye, is a little cross eyed, and has a forward, impudent countenance. Any person who will apprehend and secure him in gaol, so that the sufrscrib. cr, lb ing near Dumfries, may get him again, shall receive the above reward. b JOHNSTONE. Prince William county, June 27. j\ r . B. All persons are forbid harbor urn, or conveying him away by land v/ater. TST of LETTERS remaining in the Post- Office, Washington city, the Ist day of September, 1807. A —Thomas Allen, Francis Arm strong. B.—Peyten Bell, Robert Brown, Enoch Baytey, Wm. Brown, Mary Birnhold, William Bradford, Walter Baron, j J .seph Boyd, I. G. Blount, Mrs. IM. Buchan, Stephen Brit;!'*, hnus \ O'Brien, David Bigham, William Bajr '■■ l-v, jr S imnel Brown, William Boms, ; JTohn Bullus, N Y. Birch, John G. Bird, Johnßaxton, Thomas Baker, John Bur-; C.—Michal B Carroll, 2. Hugh G. Campbell, Francis Coskery George Chishclm, Rebecca Conner, Robert Clarke, Mr. Crist p, Nathaniel Collins, 2. Salvatore Cdatane, Rev'd. Francis 1 Cummins;'., Salvadore Catalans, Danl. Casey, John Bar-t. Cnm-pa. D —Charles S. Dade, Joseph Dm ' bar, 2. Glen D nytnn, 4 Mr. Drnroise, Ch"v. de Foronda, John D .gfis, Antho ny Crane, Nirhs. Dixon, James Denny, Wm. Dougherty, 2 Isaac Dehuuater, Cato Div, S.ml. Davis. V,.—Evan Ev'ano, 2. Abel Eng'ish. I. M ikon Foster, Jhn Fint'elater, srph Ticklin,2. Thomas Fei.wiok, 2, Lewis Fainheld, Thomas Fletcher ! car of Ii Wils »n. (;._ j hn Gardiner, J?an Gate*, James ly, 8 J". G ilea, J mes Glaslow, Samuel Griffin, Jacob Gridy, Thomas *'> uch. H.—G orge Hatter, David Harper, CM. Si. II romonn, Nathaniel Harri -Bon, M'nistro de Hascienda, Kit-hard Helm , James Ho/t, Seth Hunt, Lieut. Hunt, N th mii 1 Hegh.es. I _Is- :,c J n<s, Hrackett Jahnson, Eleanor John '»n, Elizabeth Jackson, Ja prih Ji'. , Cbarl Jolly. K—Ewire Kitten, Patrick Keogh, 2 A guatusP. X agh, Rojr-r K'-suck, AI xnd-rK tly, Willi m Kelly, 2. L;— Mrs. L c, Charles L nc-ister, j Thomas Linton, \ntirew Lfddy, 2. To ! bias Lear, N. Luckett, Mr. Lovell, J m s Ellison, Monsieur L.eroy, Salva dor. Loria. M._W M'K>< 1, Willi m McCrea dv, Peter Mill , 2. J mes McLaughlin, | vlartln, Li ut C Watford, Mr. McCutcheon, John M . hosert, William j S. Mcintosh, R mm J. Meigs, P trick I Magrdder, Willi m Miiltgan, H n. John . MiHedge, J »hn \iu kl si n-, J >hn W. j Ma seiv urg, J s. Miller, John M'Car- | v..1. J s. M' Cormick, M-riin M«-agv h-r, J.-Im Morgan, Bnj, Mac.l, A. '. Ma och, F mcia M ore, J hn Moore. N.-M'j. A. V Nicoll. i O.—Jai.-s D. Off. tt, Lieut. N. P. OB t, on, 2. |> —Edward Preble, John M. Pintard, M ■ 1" . nix, J no Petha rbridgr, James P y r, S-th Pease, James Pet d, 2. 1). 11 Prince, Thos. Parker, V\ in. Prout, J hn P l. H._D<-i. Rodney, Benj F. Reed, Isaac X , D*vid X.. Richardson, Jamas R dmond, JI o Runnungton, John Ridglle, Aaron B R • S 1 Jitott, Jan B. Sartore, vus H. Sou. Tti. Shortle 11 r, Rich rdSodtrstrom, M eh Spholfieki, jam mas Swum, Walter B. Siiialiv.ooti, E'lzaueth Smith, John Sa vin-v. 1 T.—Edward W. Tuper, J hn 1 eac kh , Patrick .1 oole, 2, James Tkecker, ' YV. M T< titfjon. V —J ihn V in- r, J hn Veel, J «aph V rm a J P V-nN.il., Lieut. S. Van ; .;.h lick, J B. V irauaijun \V.—.l. an N. Walki-r, Bushrod i Washington, Jaxoia VViili<ms, Prince • , il. William*, 2, Joseph j Wnliam-;, Gtorgt Wlls- n, D.-.viu \\ tl ,r«-i of 11 Wilson, J.-.mes ['Wil ob,G orgi Waiter, Col Joho W'il liam-. ilnry VViliaid, Wdliaui Wiili- VVilu-m Wciiitker. CUMUiESH VAKDH.N, Merchant 1 ayior Mew Jersey A*enue. near tht Capitol 9pi C FU XV infoims the gentlemen lof thediftricl of Columbia', tic has imported jby fkip i.ii" '-W N Uteiy arrived at r'hiiad A choice alloi tment lOf fatra shiperfiiia cloths., ennets VeUets, ! t'nd ovds, alln- and douti'e milled cloth* lafhionablc -.paiiifh ijrleans and ! oii*net» nch fiia Moleskin velvets, Ink »ud fattin Florentine* with a variety of other i article* fniUO'C ior tl»e teuton Ladies habits, regimantals and navy uniforms made in the firft ftiie otlafhim. Ruhard larweli* celebrated patent pstrai- I lei ;>Hfp'-nder«, c*»» be had on the lame terms is ac hi* mu'ufa«ftory. v, ,-f 1%. tf CAPITOL oj the United States, IN O Peifon whatever can be admitted into tin. autb Wing ol the Capitol, excepting thofe actually engaged in the work 't is hoped tiSt the citizens will fee the Deceffity of this seftncTion baing general. The ii.jury done a ready by impropcj Vifitors ha< l-eeu very cot.Lulcrable, und i the prafem. ftate ot tiie bui ding which i. about co be lurnifh ed, th..- ii.tr liption occafi ined by the d ad" Son ol ftiangers might dulcat all endea vor, to get the houfe ready at the time required B H. LATROBE, Surveyor of the Public Building* of the U. 8 September ii INUIICb. AT a Meeting nf th< Board of Trus tees of the Inititutton for the eoufcation aitb in the city of Washington, It wa* resolved that tht Election of PIUN n\L TEACHER for the Western School, be postponed until the 2nd Monday in October next, uiul tbat np plications tor the sard place be received by the Secretary until that day. WASHINGTON BOYD, Secretary to the Board of Trustees. September 23—8? Twenty Dollars Reward. O rOLIN or Strayed from the Commons of | "he city of Wafhirgton on or about the 6th day o'the prefsnt month, a Black or rather Brownifh HOKSE between 7 and 8 years old and about 15 hands high, he has a ftar on his forehead, one of his hind feet white tri the foot lock ; he is a large bodied home and has a remarkable fmall neck and large heid for * , horfe of his fize. he wa» marked on the brcalt ; from the col'ar and naked on the fhou'der i j from tbe ear» faddle be wa, fhod al' nund — he i« a very uneafy facd c horfe. but «n rxcel I lent draught horfe "be above reward wi 1 | jbe paid by the on conviction o tiie , ! thie r or Five Dollars a d reafonable charges will be paid by me on de ivcry ofthe horse. TH*DY HOGVN. Wafhingtoß city North F fbeet near St. Patrick's church, Bept 30—71 FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. -tv \"N AWAY Irom the subscriber on tin- 29th of April last, a N gro man named HAMPSH RE, about 20 years of age, Wfll made and dark complexion, tie is about 5 feet 10 inches high, a con siderable gap between his upper fore teeth,* he lisps a little, a pleasing coun* tenance when spoken to, he has a scar on his forehead, another on his neck, and another on his breast occasioned by the cut of a switch, he walks rather on the side ot one of his feet, has a very small hand and fingers—the last I heard ef him he had on a scarlet coat, a furred hat encked three ways. I will give the above reward of Fifty Dollars if taken out of this state, and Thirty Dollars if taktn within this state so that I get him again. WILLIAM GOODALL. Orange county Vir. near"} StannardsvillCj Oct. 5. 3\v 5 Purfuant to the directions ofthe I ; hft ill and Teftsment of George Lee, efq, j I 'a;? of the city of v afhingtun, deceafed wiil be offered at public ale for cafh at the houfe | where he lived near Dr IlzivV. on I hurf- | day the 15th day of this month, if lair, if not the firft fair day after, a part of the Perfonal ' Property of the deceafed, confiding of a Carriage, a Saddle Hcrfe, Saddle and Pridle, j tJtree Cart Harfes, and a number ofartie'e* of I Houfehold Furniture of the beft qua iiy. ! -among v.hich are feveral excellent Fkds Bed j (lead- and furniture and a cnnfiderable quan- 1 I titr oi Bed and -able Linen The fale to ; commence at ix o'cotk. ltd to be fold at ! pn ate file a number of Negroes of e«ery «"ef criptiun, apart for life and tbe reft for a term of years. NIC OLAS JOHN READ MAORUDER, jr. Executors; Georgetown, October a— 7' TENNESSEE COMPANY /l MRBTINO ofthe Stockholders is re I queftedon the flail ay of November next at j MB.'HANIC'S ALL in the city of i« ew York. A punctual attendance is requefted by all the.Stockho!. ers in perfon, or by attorney, on .ufinefs ol the fit ft importance to the Company. B JACKSON. Surviving Truftte. Septemhrr 13 tOi6 ' New & Valuable BOOKS. ! IJ UT received, and now opening, at D. RAPINfr'B 00k ftore on Capitol Hill, a j Choice and Valuable Collection of Bl'-KS i and 3 ' ai IOWERY which he will be happy : to difpo'e of to hi» friend* and cuftomers on i the moft reafenable terms which 'are: the Novice of St. Dominick, by Mifs Owen, ion, author of the Wild Irifli Girl, Baint Clair, or the Heirefs of Dermond, by the fame author, Warren's Hiftory of the jlmcriean revolution, 3 vols. Montgomery's Poems, Roberts on Frauds, Sugdcn'* Law of Venders, stiff's Report* voi. 7th, Peter's Maritime Law, _ Henning and umford's Virginia Reports, Domeftic Cookery, Sidney on ' ov. rnment, 'itkin'i. Geography, Workman** do. Ge"nraphic*l queftions, Sporting Anecdotes, Nautical Almanacs for 1808— 9 German "'heatre, 6 vols. Jeu* .urveving, •acred hfiles 9 vols. Bevi«ne's Letters, 7 vats. -Sully's Memoirs, 5 vols,, Pope's omer, 4 vol.*. GrayhYs kalian Dictionary. Young*. Centaur Lady's elegant tortoife fhell combs, ornament ed and phin. Spiascles and Morocco cafes. W«'atch feals and keys hangings and borders. "teaves'water c lors Mathematical Inftrumcnts. I.amps and wicks. Japaned Ink. f.'ursb'e do A turge affortment of writing & letter paper—hot preffed and plain. Quills fealing wax, wafers, pen knives, &c. &c. Dr. Rees' Cyclopediae, Vol sth Part ift, or the 9th half volume : is juft received md ready for delivery thofe who have not had ail the preceding vols win oblige by fending for them US- 7 tf Bank of Columbia, ) Sept. \7lh, 1807. 3 The Prefident and Directors i bavig this declared a Dividend on the Capital Stock ol the Bank for the half ye r ending the aoth inft at the rate f tight per cent pc annum. The fame wiil be paid to the Stockholders or their reprefenutives on Monday theaiftinft. or at any time there after. ILLIAM WHANN, Cafhk* Sept, iß——6w * PROPOSALS, j ' Br CONRAD, LUCAS tf Co. \ J (late 31. and J. Conrad and Co.) No 133, Market street, Fnit PUBLISHING LEWIS and CLARK'S Tour to the Pacific Ocean, Through the ivtxrior ov tui cohii mint of north america, j Performed by or dcr of the government of j the United States, during the years 1804, 1805, and 1806. ! T"* j J. HIS work will be prepared by captain ' Meriwitbii Lewi* and wiil ke divided into two parts, the who'e eottprized in three < volumes octavo, the firft containing at left 700 pagei, the fecond and third from four to fire hundred each, printed on good paptr and a fair Pica type The feveral vo'.un-ei in fuccifli .n will be put to prefsat as early peri ods a, the avocation* of the author will permit hiiu to prepare them for publication. I'AI.T TUB FIRST — IN IWO VOLUMES. VOLUME FIRST. Will contain a narrative of the voyage, with a defcription otfomcof the moO remark able places in thole hitherto unknown wilds of ; America, accompanied by a map of good Cze a large chart ofthe entrance of the Columbia riwer embracing: the adjacent coui.try. couft j a> d harbors and emtallifhcd with view* of two beautiful cataracti of tbe Miffouri; the plan, on a large fcale, of the connected fulls of that river, as alfo, cf rhofe of the falls narrows and great rapid, of the Columbia, with their fever.d portagas. For the infor matisa of future voyagers, there will be added in the fequcl of this volume, fame obfervations and remarks on the navigation of the Miffouri and Columbia rivars, pointirg out the precautions which muft necefuriiy be taken, in order to enfure luccefs, together with an itinerary of the moft direct and . practicable route acrofs the continent 01 N rth ' America, from the confluence ofthe Miffouri and the 4V iffiflippi rivers to the difch>rge of ! the Columbia into the Pacific Ocean. VOLUMk SECOND. Whatever properly appertains to geography, ! embracing a defcription of the livers, moun tains, climate, foil and face ofthe cou tiy ; a view of the Indian nations diftributed ovtr that vaft region, fhewing their traditions, babiti, manners, euftonn, national characters ftature, complexions, drefs, dwellings arms, and domeftie utenfils, with many others in tereuing particulars in relation to them : alt's, obfervations and r ft tftions on the fubjects ol civilizing, governing and maintaining a ttiend ly intercourfe with thole nations >\ view of the hir trade of North America fetting fort'-. ', a plan for its extenfion, and fhewing the im niei«e advantages which would accrue to the : mercantile intcrefts of the URi'ed otates, by ' combining the fume with a dir. ct trade to the Baft Indies through tl c continent of North America 'kit volume will be embel iflied with twenty plates illuftrative of the drcfi and general appearance ot fuch Indian nations jas differ materially from each other ; »l their habitation s; their weapon* and habiliments ■ ufed in war ; '.heir hunting and fifhing »}.p< rarus; domeftic utenfilß, Ace In an appendix there will ado be given a diary of the weather kept with great attention throughout the whole of the voyage, fhewing alio the daily rife and fall of the principal wattr courts which were navigated in the courfe of the fame. j PART THY. SECOND IN OMB VOLUME. This part of the work will be confined tx clufively to fcientific refearch. and principally 'to the natural hiftory of thofe hitherto un known region*. It wi 1 contain a full diffi.rt.-i tion on fuch fubjects as m«y have tallon within the notice of the author, and which nay pro perly be diftributed under the heads of Bot my Mineralogy, and Z wogy, together wi'.hfomr. ftrictue on the origin of Pr*iriet, the caule of the muddineis of the Miffoitri, of volcanic ; appearances, and other natural phenomena • which were met with in the courfe ot this I intcrefting tour This volume will alio con tain a comparative view of twenty thtee vocabularies of diftinct Indian languages, pro cured by captains Lewis and Clark, on the voyage, and will be ornamented and embel lifhed with a much greater number of plate« than wil be bellowed on the firft part ot the work as is intended that every fubject if natural hiftory which is entirely new, =nd of which there are a confidcra&le number, dial! be accompanied by an appropriate ergraving illuftrath»i» of it lhi» diflribution of the work has been made v?ith a view to the accommodation ot every defcription ot readers, and is here off act to the patronage of the public in tuch fhspe, that alf perfons wifhing to become fubferibers, msy accommodate themfelves with cither ol the paits, or the entire work, as it fhall he moft convenient to themselves. Detached from this tuork, there will be übl shed LEWIS & CLARK'S MAP or NORTH AMERICA, From Lon. o deg. weft, to ths Pacific Ocean, snd between 36 deg. and S% deg north Lat« with exteufive marginal nous dimenfions 5 icct 8 inches by 3 ieet ao inches. Embracing all their late difcovtirics, an*l th»t part of the continent heretofore the leafl known. Ihi* map will be compiled from the bt-ft maps now extant, as wel 1 pub.ifhed as in manu'eript, from the collective information of the beft informed travellers .brought the vari ous portion* of that region, and corrected by afericsol fcvernl hundred celeftial obferva tions, made by csptain Lewis during hi* late I tour • For the convenience of fubferibers, thefc ! feveral work* will be delivered »t the moft relpectahle enmmerei* 1 towns and at the feats. • of government of tht rctpe&ive ftwte* and territories within the Union; required nor will payment be demanded nictil fuch delivery i» marie ;he fince of part the firft in two vols will be Ten dowaxs, and that of part the fecond in one vo.umc, Eleven »olla»s, delivered in ! boards- Price of the Map en dollars, ny perfon* wlo may have fuh.'cribed for thefe works to lifts which contain 11 fti pulatcd prices for tbe fame, and who mny be dlfTatisfied with the tcrtn* new pro] o ed, are at liberty to withdraw their names from fuch lifts at any time prior to the ift day of De i cember uext. M. .LEWIS. 1 July 17. j HALE AT AUCTION. the 9:h of October, will be sold jat the sign of th Indian King, ne:r th Treasury department, ta the highest bidd. r, all the furnitiire of lo.seph M. Skmmes, conslstingdf beds, oed-stt and bed furniture, table*, chairs, look ing glisses and a great many articles too te ious to mention—alst 1, all the kitchen furniture—terms of sale - , all sums of 20 dollars cash, and all above . '20 dollars, sixty t'ays credit, with a j note oegociable with g>od endorsers — sale to commence at 12 n.'cl< ck precise ! y. SAMUEL SPEAKE, Auc'ioneer. 6ct. s,~st. r I he Washington JOCKIiY CLUB RACES. Commence on luesd.iy the 27th Octo ber tuXt. Firft day's purfe, 4 mile heats 600 dolls. j ;econd dsy's purfe, 3 miles 3SO do. Third day's purfe a mile heats, (free only fcr colt:), 300 do. On the firft day wi'.l alio be run for a Co!t Swccpftake of joo d liars for übfcri'icrs *A\ races are cs be run agreeably to the rules I cf the Club ajt?* "f he members of the Club are to meet at the Union : avorn, Georgetown qq the Monday evening immediate y preceding the firft d»y'< race, ai.recaHJv to a ftaijdiog rule ( oflheCiubinthitrclpcctm.de SAMUEL 800 S, I Sent *8 r i-KU ir-Ob ALS ; jFor carrying mails of the United States on the following routes will be receive ed at the Ge eral Post Ofpze until the Is f h of next. ift- From l c c fbarg by 'larrifvi-'e, Gold ' fonniHe Drum:rjoi dfburg, ' s rrentowa, I 1 ewfktirg Ra eigh, ai.d to Fay- I ettev. c tht c y 'm e> S Week c ett fbarg e?ery Monday, Wednef day aid I'udty at H am, arrive at .Vtfrreuton, fame day* by 8 pm. 1 cave arrenton ercry Tuefd.y, Tburf lay and aturd'-y at 3 a m, arrive at Ralevh lame dy* r>y 60 m. Leave Raieigh Wcdi.ef ay rr d y and Moi.d.y at 3 am, arrive at raye tvu c ,d«y» by 5 p m. Returning—Lcavi Fayettville every Tucf dy, Tktufd • mil Saturday at 41 m,»irive at Raleigh lame d ysby 6p m Leave Ra e'eh every <■ «1 clday, Friday, snd Monday at j a 111 arrive &t '*- arrenton fame days by 6 pm. Leave arrenton, ever ? thurlday, Saturday and ucfd.y 1 a m, arriv* at Fe terfbur* fame days by 8 pn. and From Fayettville by Lumberton, Ha-efie'ds Mills, Ports letry, Caiques and Georgetown to Chai eft >n throe times a week. Leave I'ayettevil.e <very i ucf ;*y, Thurf day, and Saturday, at 4 a m, arrive at Ports fc ry on , arrive at Gorgetown, on Wednefday, Friday and % ond-y by 6 pm. Leave every Thunday, Saturday, »nd'fuelday at % am, arrive at Char.efton f<m,e days by 4 m. Returning—Leave Charkft n every Mon day, td clday and Friday at si» a m, arrive « Georgetown fame diys by 6 pm. I eav* Georgetown every Tucldty, Thu'iday, arid Saturday at* a m, atnve at Ports-ferry on , arrive at Fayettville on Wednefday, Friday and Monday by 6 p m. NOTES, I. the Pi ft nailer geneial tray expedite the trails & alter tne times of arrival and de- iir: a any nm- during the continiiatice of tbe contracts, he ftipuhting an adcqi a: com pensation i'.ir any txtra txpence ti at it ay be otcaiWed ther t.y. a, Fifteen minutes frali be allowed for open, ing and doling the ma> at ah . ffices where no jart ular time it Ipecified. 3 t : r e\ery thirty minutes delay (una voii abe accidents excepted; in arriving alter the t me preicnhcd in any cot tr dt, the ccn tr. fl.r ftiaU forfeit one do'a ; nd i> the cay continues ut t.i the departure cf aiy depending mail, where! y the 1 ai * d- ftiued or arh depending mail lofc a trip, an d:ii tional forfeiture of five dolls fhall be incurred. 4 a* wed rs letters, to be fent in tt.e mail; and it any perfon making propofals, defires tJ carry newfpapers, other than thofe conveyed in the n.ail, for his own e>. o iimer.t, he niuf. ilitc in his propofals for what turn he will carry wit the emolHment, and for what lu-n without that emolument 5 should any perfon making propofalt dcGre an alteration of fhe times of arrival and departure above fpecified. he muft ttate in hia propofals the alteration dcii'-ed, and die dif ference they will make in the terms of the coot net 6. t'crfons making propofals are defired.to ftite their pri«es by the year Thofe who contract will receive their pay quarterly, in the months of Augiift, November, February, and Mty, in one month sfter the expiration of each quarter. 7, No other than a free white perfon fhall be employed to convey the mail. I! vhe.re the propofcr intends to convey die iaa.il in the body of aft ige carriage, he ii defired tc line it in hi* propo 9I he Poft matter-general refcrves to hlin-e'f the right of deciding »ny contract at an end, where'er ore tellura happeaa which amounts to the lofa of'a trip 10. Jhe contracts for tbe above" routes are to be in operation on the firft d«y ef Januuy next, * to continue in lorce until the 31ft Jiy of March 1810 OIDRON Ot.'.:-G R, Vo'\ it after general. General Poft-Office W ftiiLgton? Juy-3 1 ij J I NO * ICE. This if" to give notice that the Sublcriber of .'h-.ngton city hath oa-aiti ed truw t u e ".'fphah'a ourto' **ihi $. the diftrict oi « ftlumbia, letter* ot adminis tration on the pens..'a efUteu if 9 MUBL Kll'KP*-f RfCK, late of f.me city deccafedi /vll t ..r on* h..v!ng c : aitns as;cit>.ft ths 1 id d are h:r*by warned W exhibit the (a c with the vouchees thcrrcf'to the lub at or before the 3'ft a 7 of March next, they may othtrwi c by »w :e ex..-. ircm at ftttefit or laid tftate Give- under my hand thia »6th day of September in the yt-ar 1807. OJLORGif KIRK*" U»ICK, A<2mmiftrator. I Sept. »8.~-wst.