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FIVR HUNDRED DOLLARS KiVvVAIO.
Tkeasury Department, i«wy 23tn, i»m» n r ,,n-i.- iv-n made kiwiwn to tbisjaepavtnient, that on the hr« "" :, .lav c/ lane, FJO7, the second moi-ties ol the said at that, K S afdre«ad: B 'i hth • ncte's enclosed, have b'en received. On th. back of y ] \\ ■' of [, orof m 6 ot ihe notes, was « rittei. th? name ol f n n ::7;;:,' ' tall ercamstai.ee the nous may with certaiotj be ttaced ,f T i,e •' ' Payment of the notes has been stop;- Bank of the Urn. HT , "it. tlVeral officesof Discount ,u,d Dep ward of five ed , A ps w.l >c paid to any person who h information r V - Hnh th, ~«, the and 1. .' -s were p'.irbursed f»r St lti S ALBERT GALLATIN, secretary oj the Treasury. DESCRIPTION OF NOTES. ~ „ To whom payable. Do>la>-s UOl 20th July,* I*> 4, Ada-v, Gilchrist or bearer at Charleston, for luO 1428 *K J Aw%K DO »•' 10 ° r3 .h Mircb. IROS, J J-'- S? Joseph SKv ?r ah, 100 0 D«>. JJ J* So! do! 100 5666 P>. to- ts °- ' <lo ( -„. 100 87 I* *ißo6?,'' W. Warner at the Bank ofthe U. States, 100 30S1 1« SS a , »r!«& AdahjCilctirUt, 50 J609 12"! V1M01..-Wo'. OP- j» 50 ML 3 S?tuSi's& los.pl. Habersham, Havaaaal,, te Dollars 1,500 CHARJA>.S IL V AAJEA MERCHANT TAYLOI-, ■n ESFECTFULLY inform* the gen ii- ?.-,,,n „( th, district rf Columbia tut,. 9 ii i -•oa.l'b.iaclel r ' ,,,3 ' a CHOICE ,\SSO****** . . Of wharf n ,.-,,odn<h Silk '\ut varie'. " lh B * tt ßetimcntaU and Naw Uniforms madVhithe most eh' 5 ,. Nt an 1 uiaform :l!";?'Sw/'.celbr,cd I^cnt hitherto in u*e oan be had onthe taU,as at his manufactory. . " TZ RENT, A Nl > possession given toe 13th June A next, that house on Pcoasylj Aye, .'^p' toiiß VUflt'te. cualedbV Ar. Solomon Myers~itb~- Kwellknown, it Is not deemed ne Jceiitosayritis a„exi netve tavern trrd boarding house for terms, -p.''y to _«_ n Mr. THOMAS ItRRTI Sec. to siid Com>iany. A -, rH,29—tf. __— ~~us2 ) ;>OLL.vR i REWARD. Ran- away on A,e evenin* ' c the 7th | ns t. d bright Mulatto Ma -•;. who calls himself Robert I no fW*,abnut3 feet 10 ? h ; ~ 4 or 85 v : . has large black-eye brow: :h * *' t,alr is thick, but Mit quite straight, and he wears it n trimmed, combed and riog-.d on tn His beard appearsyery ol >ck it suifer ed to grow Ii a day or two, out ne BSUall ,t very closely. 11 received an injur) on the P of the kft hand, and.has Itb^and c the firstjoint aks deliberately, atodin correct in C nversation than per ill; ar -. He walks lyfis a very good waiter, but i.c- Irghts particularly »n nttenP.ng to Kot - w a lr»rw*y m •»<»*?• ivithhifrt one dark green broads Cloth coat a«.id pantaltons with yellow me cloth coat and , ly of the Same color, bui of ihftjrior qudity, with wl. butt .1)"., one blue cloth coat much worn, .d brown wrtout c, oyer cd buttons, a goM b:it, and a p top boots. The rest of hisnppa rc ,r ■■-rly to describe. He is fond of wearing boots, and pays gr< i attention tohisdms. ne can read and Nvrite very well, he may pr■ bably produce- a to fcuthori v 1 a- :-,ia> to pass, or procure the me one of the N who, a few years agb, petitioned by the name of TborWasi and obtained their freedom In Maryland. If taken otitof the state of Maryland and district ot Columbia, an* secured in any jail, so t . i; ,t | - boa again, tUfi above reward ■*ill be given, or sixty dollars ~ i ike i secured within the said ilistri t ; 11 i- isonable ex. be paid, '' hesflould j h i n the ell <A Wash to ll', Richard Duefc tt, in prince George's co.uny, 'd.—. He is well actpialnted in Annapolis, Biltimor , Geo. i own, and the city ot ms '' i, AI,..F.IMH.DUCKETT. May 13—epu TaJTv L.AA UIAG From on boxed the schooner Virginia from Aew York, FJr»t quality St. Croix Sugar in .ads, prime green coffer [n bags, fresh teas, Bordeaux claret in ol One dear-* - WEST oil., OLIVES, CAPERS if ANCHOVIES, lorsale ROSS Sc GETTY. George Town, May 23—-tf IyUKSUANT ■• uri el i I the Se \ i . ■ er 1 Av-.iiilib of \L>vvl aid, pas*. \ I r session, 1806, entitled | « An act autboi collecth in grosncl •' tits dee ofl lots in 'i'own CM Cumberland,in Alleganycoun- ; tv,"aad a sup, at November session, 181 ' No- j i.e. i i hereby given to --il persons hold- j n, on J which ground rents are now do ', unless the said rent! fore the : cr next, the said lens will on th a day be offered at public sale to the highest bidder, on a credit of 60 days. '■ it Mr. J.Rine's tavern in to'continence at ten o'clock, a. fth ue from day 16 d>, until tht ', whole are sold. THOMAS BEALL, cfSaml. j March 2j—eptds j niiMiM UKaVLN HAS removed h'.s entire stock of j DRY GOODS from Alexandria to | Washing! now openieg, at his j new Store, between th* Marine Garri- , son'and Nnvy Yard Crete, an assort- 1 -qual to »hy in the District; — among which are. Wood's beit London cloth"-, Do. double milled St plai res, | Bennett's cords and veh Constitution Ocrrov.', hunting, Tra- ; and silver cords, Vei vi Imperial, Brunswick waistcoitir>g, j Silk mob skins iy . Toiiin t-, swansdown do. Plain and figured Marseilles do. Bearskin coatings, Plar.ts, kerseys, halfthicks, Hose And doffil d nd. ts, flannels, Superfine grefn cloth table covers, C'ificoi s, ""iored cambrics. Ginghams, Mlk and cotton chambrays, Ftivnitm c Chintz, Cambric am' jaconet muslins, .i and British book do, In lift rnu Imull figured and plain, Plain and figured leiioe , Laced cambrics, Elegant tamboured mull-*, Grecian rob, s and Feliese dresses, B.4damask and raw silk shawls, Dam -k vc irfs, Camel's hair and swansdown do. Dov.« scarfs, Long and short lace sleeves, spider Sc uett slec v, S, Extra long and habit kid gloves, Do. do. silk Do do. raw ••ilk do. Croc, barred ana plain Mairtuas and luti btnnj*;s, Persians and Medes, Thread ?viul cotton laces, L be i aps and handkerchiefs, Book muslii) andlcno cap patterns, 4-4 7-8 Irish Inn 0 Long lawns, linen cambrics, Irish diapers,' Cable-cloths, napkins, CottOO counter,iai.es, Cambric Dine Common do, Furniture do, Ladies and men's silk, thread, cotton, worsted, lamb's wool 8c i Angola hose, Gentlemen's pantaloon do. Silk cords and but! Ribbons, fl<>ss threads, Scarlefatid other colored bombazct*, j Hearth ruga, Russia Bhcetin© tick-' igburg, Osnaburgs, baftas, gurrahs, Bee. Sec. ALSO* Imperial and young hyson tea superior quality in small boxes, to .suit families, or by the pounds-Also genu ine Havana c segart. ' T.C. is determined to 3ell en the lowest terms. niary 3—tf TO BE LET, After the 20th June next, THAT elegant, w.-U built two-story BRICK HOUSE, lately the property of Mr. yVm, Woodward, on Pennsyl vania Avenue. The stand is well known. Solomon Myers's lease for three years, at. the rate of 250 dollars per annum, will expire on that day.— For term-, enquire at Robert U« wood's, directly opposite. April sr-eptf WANTED f« A-T the Woodyard for the ensuing year a Manager, to take of the whole estate. He mv.st be a sober, di- F lierent and discreet man well ac- a qoainted with the culture of wheat, c corn and tobacco, and the management of negroes. To such a man who can l produte unquestionable testimonials of, I his capacity, sobriety and fideli'y, high wages will Le Riven. A person not con- t nerted in the neighborhood will be pre- t ferr A:it)lv to °i Kd. W. WEST, Woodyard. \ N. B. .j/i/ilication mu»t be made be fn c the Int. Sept. next. . 13 '*tS :I ~A- J TIC S. [ I'MIE Subscriber being anyious to settle all his business, has sold his ntlre stock of Roods to John Peter ; he recjnests Ml thes< indebted to 11 and day their accounts, j cnfarlysucbas are of long stand tng, as further indulgence canm: ' inven them). His Books are remov- . c unting house of Baker, ' and Co, wliere all hi-; accounts j i will be ready forsi ttlementby hisassis- Sir. Samut 1 C, Offut, or KLISHA BIGGS. , rg T*wn, 'T -"'' 16 —tf . \ RU ••: .a and li h.ii.x,. WOo'LLi'.N menAi mer cers, ami tiylors, -r < y A- ; , on.,osit.- the Secretary ot the tfulVy inform the public commenced business lo . where they will endea . triv,- satisfaction —they have <>n . hand a.fresh supply of the most fasbi ! ohabh le for the approach". j seaSon, all fresh and cf the very qnalhy. I K. P. Kr-gimentals and naval uni made in the most elegant and ■liable stile with neatness ami dis h, Oct _____ CTC SALE. THE sale ot I itate of Gus t :vus Se.ott, de-ci im',', hen •■ -tised, being postponed by order of jhancellor, the subscriber as trus public auction, at Van \ I Wyck if Dorscy** Aoetioo Room n the ; city of Baltimore, on Friday the 17'h of June next at 12 o clock, the I folnwing tracts o£ miimproveu land iyiug in. >»nty, to wit: acres. Governor's Neglect,containing 10S1 by'a Del'ght, 421 Ovrnes Alt-nii f *'i, 684 isriuf Grove, 461 I Now or Rever, coo i II in. Strnsrrle, 1554 ; Let No. 3 50 j Western Connection, 15434 The lands above mentioned are ; well watered and Umbered) the soil j good, and well calculated for <rri'.zin?;, ! and will be divided so as to suit those ; who v-ish to purchase. A fufther description ofthe property will be given to any per.sou wishing to pin-' base, on application to the SUj&Crl i ■ r. The terms of'ale are, that the pur- , 1 chaser or purchasers of the •wh'le or any pan of the above lands, shall trive bond with » curity to be approved of by the trustee f;r paying purchase v within twelve months from the day of sale. F-ie creditors of Gas tavus Scott, deceased, who have not yet exhi ittd their claims, are hf-reby i(I to bring the sume into thf Chanc.f-ry Court v ith the vouchers tl) re-.f within six months from the day of sale afor» said. HO(;i,R PERRY, Trustee. i Cu:<ib' rl .no, M*v 2.3— "w. IN obedience to th-' decre- of the h court ->f Chancery of Maryland will be sold to ti-,- bidder at S, mtn< B's tavern GeorgeToWn, on the 11 I -Jul- ~t 11 o'clock,'A M. all the riijht, lit!.', and interest of Thomas k, deceased, in and to sundry Lots ,und In Thomas Bcall of Georges oi, to George Town, purchased of j John M. Gaatt, esq. being the tour j Lots purchased by said ; Gantt of Thomas Bf all of George, esq j and in and to Lots No. 8, 9, 10, 11, j l", 13, 14, 15,' and 16 in square No. I 8 in the city or" Washington and to part 'of Square No, 3. i) said City. I The purchaser to giv«- bond with v for the paym ,h f , p lin .,!, i with inter s, from Ihe diy of sale, payable in fifteen months aft.-t- said day of sale. All per sons having claim' against the said Thomas Chirk, dec. used, a-eri (jh toekblb'u to the Register of the court of Chancery of M said, With tin vouchers to support i them within three months from the said day of s JAMES S/MORSELL, Trustee. June 3 — .> iJ'dyll 1 FOR SALE OR REAL, Thi J bouse of the stibscri j, tr _ a may be had immedi-ite lv, if rcciaired. V JOSEPH FORREST. June 3 6';. NOTICE. ALL Persons having claims against • of FAizabeth Philpot, late of Charles county deceased, are hereby warned to c xhibit them legally ,-nticated en or in' i day of December, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate, and all those indebted to said c arc requested to make immediate p.vmei.t to Mr. Laurence Perry, who is tnllv ndthorisea, to conduct the said administration. P. B. SMOOT, Exr. Millersburg, Bourbon County 7 Kentucky, June B—3t 5 )BVBSCRIPTIOA'S will be received at D. Rapine's Bookstore, on Capi b « tol Hill, for an entire °[ AEIY WORK, Vl Entitled, "The Manual of the French ai and English Student, o r a new and m complete Dictionary of the French and th English Langu iges," in two parts, lst. -M French and English ; 2nd. English and French. ~ The wh'le carefully compiled from v the best writers, and particularly from I' the dictionaries ofthe Fr« rich Academy, j? Boiste, Perand, Catineau, VVaiHy, Fo- * quct, Nugent, Chambaud, Johnson, * Walker, Btc. . Ry N. G. DUFIKF." This work will contain thi pronunci- ' ation of every word, according to the b most polite usage in France Sc England. ( ' It will preclude the necessity of any other dictionary. _ The work will be printed on a mper- ** fine paper and new typ», cast for the v purpose, atiei delivered to subscribers in *-' two volumes, neatly done up in boards i at Five Dollars. P. Rapm* has Inttly received from * Mew ¥ork Sc Philadelphia an extensive ' collection of B >oks in addition to his ;j* formi r assortment, among winch are all the late and new works of merit. In a few divs will be received the fifteenth half volume of Dr. Kees's r Cyclopedia, May 30— c The AnvKHTIsKMENT dated April! 26, 1808, is withdrawn. I For carrying Matt* of the U. States r on the tol/ownig Post Roads, will be I \ received at the General Post Office t in Washington City until the first * day of August next, inclusive. t 15" From Richmond v Fraziers, , New Kent court house, Williamsburg, r Yovkt.iwn, and Hampton, to Norfolk, three tim * a w eek. j May 1, to Dec 1. Leave Ricbm nd cv ry Monday, , WerinrtulAy and Friday, at 7A. M. \ and M-riv ■at N if- \k on the next days c bvlOA* M.i 2/h.ours 1. iv< N- r- t flk every Mo-,* ■ :;-. VVe-'n-tday and Friday, at i2P. M stni arriveat Rich- \ ' the : cxt d ys by 5 P. M. In 27 . hours. , c Dr. 1 J o Man L Lev- P c'« ed every M-nday, j Wednesday, aed Friday .t 7 A. M Sc , arrive at Nor to) k " th befct day by ; 5p.MHi 34 h- urs. I folk j ■ at ; . : ' • - ' Rich mom.' ihe j next days l:y sp.m, 34 h or*. < 16. From Petersburg by Can'oinpoint, j Smithfi I ', Surry -curt ho*t«, 8c Sleepy , hole fierry, to Norfolk, 3 ' mes a week. . May 1. to Dec. 1. i Leav.- Petcrsi urg, every Tuesday, Thursday, an C "M- ay, at 1 p. m. i and arrive at Norf Ik the - x* d t-Wby 10 A- Mj Leave Norfolk evn. Tin s ! d iy*, ThOrvdav and S tttirrrei ,at 2 p tl. and arrive at P t'r>burg the next day! , by 11 A. M. in 21 hours. , Dec. 1, to May 1. - >.' Leave Petersburg c ry Tuesday, Thursday, and' aiurday at 1 p si.had ■ arnvt'?.r N ,rt"lk the n< xt days by 5 p. .' m• L- aye Nth-folk every Tuesday, , Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 A.M. . and irrive at Petersburg the next days oj 11 A. M. \ 17. From Charleston by Jacksonbo- ' ro', Pocotaligo and Cobsawatchy to I Savannah, three times a week. Leave Charleston every Monday, . Wednesday, an.' Frtday, at 2P. JVL ( and arrire at Pocot.iligo by BP. RI. , Leave Pocotaligo e\.i y Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 2 A. M, St arrive at Savannah by 8 P. M. Leave Savannah i verj ~..>>...»>, W'ed n sday, and Friday, at 4 A RI. nd arrive at Pocotaiigobv BP. M. Leave taHgd every luesday, Thursday Sc Saturday, at 2 A. M. and am. Charleston by 10 A. M. 18. From Augusta by Jacksonboro' j and Ebenezer, to Savannah once a ; | week. Leave Savannah every Friday, IA. AI. and arrive at Augusta on ~ Sunday by 3P. M. Leave Augusta cv?- j ry Tuesday at 5 A M. and arrive at j | Savannah on Thursday by 3P. M. 19. From Augusta I y VVanesboro' and Louisville to bavaunah oie ' sv.ek. Leave Augusta every Thursday »t , 2 P. M. and arrive at Louisville on Fri- j day b> 10 A. M. Leavt Louisville at } 11 A. M. and arrive nt Savannah c:i Sunday b> 6 P.M. Leave Savannah every A/on day at 8 1 A.M. anil arrived at Louisvii \ Wednesday by 9A. M. Leave Li vis- \ ! ville same day at 10 A. M. and arrive I f Augusta on Thursday by 10 A. Ac. , 20. From sayannah by Bryan court l house, iWedway church, "ilic , J ffrson, A/'lalosh court house, and j 1) run,to St. Mix-) 's, once a week by laid. Leave savannah every A/one'ay at | 8 A M. and arrive at St. Mary's on j Thursday by 10 A M Leave St, \ A/.uy's c v.-iy Thursday at 2. P. arrive at Savannah the next Sunday by * 6P. A/. j\. From Darien by to Brederlca, c-nce a week; Darren every W'eilnesihi. A. M. 6t arrive at I day by 10 A. M. Leave a at 2 V. At. and arrive at Darien by 6 P. 1 M. on Friday. ' 22.From Mittedgeville (6,)t0 Athens, 2 fGA once awt la. Leave MilledgevHle V every Friday at 4A. IVI. and an - ■' 'Athens on Saturday, by 11 A vc Athens every Saturday at 1 r. M . J and arrive at Milledgeville on Sunday, by 8 P. M. 23. Frcm Sp'rlabv Milledgeville and - 1 Jon sc.h. to Fait Oakmulgee, once a week. Leave Sparta every Saturday, at 6 A.'M. and arrive at Oakmulgee on Saturday by -6 p. «. mulgee every Monday, nt 6 A, Ri. and arrive at Sparta on Tuesday by 6p\ m. 24. From Mdh dgevtlte by Putnam c. b.and Mprgan c. h, to Rand Iph c. :*.. once in two we< ks. Le-uve Mill ville every ot'aer Moudr.y at 6 A, <L and arrive at Ramiolph c, h. on J day, by 6 ». m. Randolph c* v. the n xt d. y at 6a. m. and arrive at MilieclgevilU mi Wednesday by 6p.;.i. 25. From Woodbridge, J.) in Amboy, three limes a vveek. Leave Wooelbrioge Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 P.M. and arrive at Amboy* by 7 p m. Leave Amboy fvery Mon day, vVedneaday and Friday, a' no< n, and arrive at Woodbrii by Ip. iv. 26. From New Lisbon te. (Ohio). L-ave New Lisbon every . Sunday at 6 a m and arrive ni <:.r ten .oy 6 p. m. Leave Canton every Mon day at 8 a, m. and arrive atNew Lis \ bon by 6p. H. 2?. From Boston by Dorchester, . Quincy, Braintre", YYe. moiuh, Hm,.». ; ver Pembroke Sc Kingst, n, f. Plymouth, J three times a week. j, Leave Boston every Tv s-Lv Thurs day and Saturday, nt 6 A.' AL and j arrive: at Plymouth by 6 P. M. Loityc B Plymouth every A/onday, Wednesilay, s | and Fiiel y ai 6 A. Al. and inivv at a Boston by 6P. M. AOTES. j 1. The mail wiil be carried on (ho s routes, nam n-rjour to fourte/n inclu sive, in the same time through thajrearj; and the contractor must calculate upon conveying die mail in a sulkey, wh , the roads will not admic of i»s being conveyed by the usual stag.- j ~,• }f $ shall be shewn, that the roads are ten. ! bad for a sulkey, the- mail of letter* will 8 be separated from ths newspapers, * which are to be conveyed by Stage, as f fast as roads will admit, and ll.es ( letters conveyed on horseback within j the time limited, so that bad roads shall r i never be a imitt-d as an excuse for new b perform nice. i 2. Th: Postmaster General may cx ; pee: ite the nails and alter the times lof arrival :nid departure, at anytime > during the coaiiiiiiaoce of the contracts; • he previously stipulating a() adeguato s compensation for any extra expencO '- that may be occasion, d tber< d 3. Fifteen minutes shall be allo«"Hl _ for cpening and closing the mail at alt * Rices wo re no particular time i* spe , citi d. 4. For every thirty minutes delay accidents excepted) in k arri\ iig after the times ; lin V any contract, the contractor shall fe-r --h ft it on.' dollar; end if the oe vi ,v continue until ihe departure of c any depending mail, Whereby the mails destined for such depending mail t, a trip a for*, iture of rieu !c th< v mount nil .*< dl' r c •,;. • matt i. one trip shall he incurred, unless it shall ie oi ...<• to appear tint tbe delay r, was occasioned by unavol inble acci l, dent, in which Case the amount of pay ;v for the trip will, in A\ cases, be forfi ~;,d r< tali 5. Persons making; proposals, are desired to to sta c their * ] the year. Those who c nt; act wi'.! I CC( i ye; their pay quarterly, in the of V, F bruai'v, .bay August and'NovembeT, id ..!>►• i.,,,.vh after the- xph'tttton of each i. qua v ' 6, No other than a face white 1. person shall be employed to convey the iS mail. [ 7. Where the proposer intends to o- convey the m&il in tht bo< to carriage he is desired to state Tt In bis pn r V, 8. The P opt > a-tor Genera, 1. to hims if the righfof declaring aay I. cen'iw t • o i. . ,d --v, ur. - h»ppi n, which amount to the loss oc of a trip each. 9. 11l contract* for the rentes L numbered Ito lb, are to be in < pera "1 on die first nay of Oct. next and to con ■e tinue in fori irs from that tifli ; & for tbe rootesfrom Nc. 17 to 25 tocorn &t j mence at the same time*, Sc to continue in force until the 31st of March, 1811. A , For the routes, 26, 27, and 28, to ti m a mence at the s.ime lime, and continue )*, in fe<rce one year. mi GIDEON GRANGER^ r? - Postmaster General at i General Post-Office, ? I Washing* , May 26, 1,803. 3 o' I A/ay 16 w*A. a I ', \ . NOI Wy.. fit i THE Taxable Inhabitants of Wcsh i- \ingfon city and nil nt tiers r.oi ctrned, at are notified that the Board, of Appeal, in, i composed of the <i ; v Qommis&Wuers 'will sit at the Council Clumber en . uesday the 14-di day of Junenext, and ai continue to sit for TEN c vs. Sa days s- excepted, frm 3 nut,l 7 »'clock, i\ M. ,c '.; hrar and determine on appeals fj tbe late assesi m ut. rt WASHIAGI ■' Treasurer of id Jure J J-J4 >y at on District of Columbia, Washington "f, county, to wit. St *be petition of NATIIAN jy i\J ORMR an insolveut debtor ( .nfiiu'd In the \.\-Y n Of \V: to county aforesai 1 for d ' c is rs cf the 5 said Nathan Orme, th ton atom ■s. \\ t, at the •th hour - k '--' o?ch*i k \. m. p # j ~ ie oi Con • . entitle 'I, "An act for the relief is, ot insolvent iiebtori within the district lie [of Cobiud'ia," will be udmiaist. icd tu. , c s oc O rme. and a trustee appoint vl. t-ii unless sufficient thin and m. ther- shewn lo the contrary; ,y y |t is t>rd red that this notice be pub ll»bed in the National intelligencer and nd Washington Federalist twice in each a pai "' iy ' ] *' : -v --iy, By order of the honorable William cc branch', esq. chief judge ofthe circuit k- court of the district ot t nlumbia. nd VVm. BRENT, Clk. M. June B—2t