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IP '•'iiiit J : !!iit:\\. ~ T. "7 ."TiVTiH \;<>;\.->r\v>, , l now live on, Conl /ashingtoii, dispos- i ■ \NT ; :<aN\ ADDtS< ■■ IK SiALtS. -.;•■, ly -mnty, ml a ( I ad of iter a • o ami The |] natu- Cor tie.: cd the aietita, with I will h ' ;f '- I irlbo ,- of valua i with :ip|.r - foi rent i SHARD W.HARWOOD. ■ : AiIK.MV AND PASTOR WANTED. v. VV. L. Tricu:, Principal of ,y, and Pastor of the a of resign the present iy and d, ■ irouS t'l ply his red t ' : uc l a-y ft'dl I .-• Jvini, or the , |i ntK'on . ,a I , a-aal, lor his K< I Thi has at present one hij chare af the a for the pui'poie on a ! to the it of ' itry, Containing a '•very . , ; . • ■ , be laid in pli I Of I, 1 ...' ~(' the rflioary . any other its ■■- , • tl to a, J t.t Ctieli, as an As:-,. ir any of ■ \ a., 1 ' - asdtl, will be duljj at- I, and lation niven as n JONES, President. Sel -, SPINNERS. r-t~.. el' the JL h.-.iu-. erected a .U-auia a besupplit good a cleaned and < nts per ;■ (of Cotton le and V\ >-.<., ,o, three Slaves, vi/.. one to WOlk i. ng machine, one Jo da . t".a 3 GARDINER, Supe\ inn. OTUA VI-.D'-r Stolen, aha f vr ,m "' tlie Western par,, of this' city, A n\y HORSE, r ; x y boul 14 hands i inch hich, a ~;,,,, . stunt '".t ; ide, iliod I w f,iti , arvtl afew saddle marks. : will return said to il charges. 0. n. BROWN. August 21—3t I ■ I TWENTY DO7, ■ I f\. from I iicr, (man: ~a South ;T< >M, » , !<>. t. the i when he abscm :■-! was purchased of Oapl a. be in tin rhood of I a.al'lhoi'oiirh. ORD. — tf I ,1 ■ .' ax D. Ha ii tfe's Book StOoik, Cm Hi i. i., A treatise en Martial lMw,and Courts Mar tial, . it in the United States of i ord ■'■ -;/' tjut United 1 ', by .lie audi, . ..'• '■■-. rib, Esq. ! I'eiee: of i - ci of Ilea. Jae.CS If'il-'. ■ /,', and './ liv: c, with a pel refutation of las sh ! of '. '::l him — lly .Dae i lit) of Nt -w-til ■,, ived many other new , ~ ha li he will sell on his usual Sept. ll—(St. CHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL! THE Parents and Guardians of the pit ifully informed, that the classes open thi GSORGE BALPHj Principal. , UNGIPAL OF CHARLOTTE HALL SCHOOL II *. ment in the I, after the first of January next, tees \\ ill be held oh , for the election of hir; suc cessor. M.r, 11. SIIAW, Reg. Srpt'. li- ' TO TT'Olt Land in this neiglibot ood or pro- L p'.-ri.y in Washington, my House on Prince Street, substantially built of" brick, high. Its commerci l fords imuiy advanta- Apply on the premises, to Dr.CHARLES DOUGLAS, Alex'r. Sept. id—n. Ct'l V PROPER! V FOR SALE. Tfor-sale that valu l.ot No! 19, in square No. 846, •i.■; h'v.k 9 i ' Lhef Willi the im- Lprovemeiits thereon) consisting of two one j and a half story frame houses and kitchens. ■ / will be sold far below its va ; cash if applied for previous to the j first day of 0> l , If not, it then j wiil he sold at. public auction. This proper*- tynow rent i for gj 130 per annum, from its being situated near the navy yard. It is sup po.v EPH CASSIN, near the. Xavy \art! Gate, Washington City. I -*s. ! ,'v: S US". WITH SEttV X ON Mm: ' a ihst. at [diodes' Up ■ tel, PennSylvarti . the two .'hick the Seven Building! ! Lots in square 119—-two do; being die entire 222, and two do. in square 37& contiguous to Messrs. Ways* UngS. The v. hate is in fee .'ample, clear j of ia - , and the terms libe i r»i, wliich will b at Ihe lime - i dc, tocommence al3 o'clock Y. M. by MJJE/L SPEAKE, Auc. fs> pj,. I.l—is. r, COUNCIL. June 20> 1809, ORDERED, that the act, \n mt to alter the thirly-SC< ond ami tuitay-se , of the : and Form (il I nt, be publi in e.-ieh v,.-1 I;, for the lilt Gazette, at Ba\til blii an, al Annapoli onal he, lljgi n< < r, the r. Grieves's pal); r at lla -1 id Mr. iiartgis's paper at i I'rol'i" I 5: fENEY, Cl ; ,To at l.'l ■ eennil and th ' 'onstitution and Form of do- BF, H rl'.le,', ~', ' ',/ ';/ Maryland, ', upon the on or removal out bf this it shall trot be in-- lature i by, but the I shnll ivernpr uni. ibly, al chosen ail di ."(', Th't. herei I ■ of holding airj for which ■ 'cd. be It ma: ted, That 60 nindi if the ] : thirty-ie. I the constat itio-fi and h-i-m of fo, or ilifonsisl.i'iil. v, ~ | . he and. the sa I and abolished. ! enacted, That if till ly, af i : bid i of'govi rnimT.i. therein eon; i he ta red, Slid shall can I, as a part t,t' the said < onstitu li'.ll :• tamed to the < ■ _Ju\* j ■ ION, I'M IE Rsv. WAhTld! I). ADDISON of! ofC6birnbia will j j board and instruct ih the Latin and Greek Writing- ant! Arith more Young Gentlemen, at i aids per annum, payable [quax duressed to him 1 h tffis place will d to. I Georgetown, August 21*-r2a#tl! ,iD C X V FOR SALE. Last Will and Testament j of'Rtil cased, the subscriber 1 : ~n,h: ofthe testa Win fUftid St Kentucky. As there is a ) I tlic se Landi, and the qua, I they are well worth j j 'ai: atl.-ut'cill HIS Of pur- j ~ Lho .» part.. of Iht t "aiiiilry. His si/.es, and ■ ; quently cal s of all spect- I c obtained, from .r the io, DANIEL CALL, Executor of ,: vyijl &1, f lloht-rt i Means, deed. Richmond -tf • \ . I-'AhM FOR SALE. W:i,l, (ursuance ol VVi'l ia.', Testament of Sanmel Tin- > ■nrr, Esq; ' at Public Sale on the premises on tile Lssh day of November next J '. previously disposed of, and in case of j iv ill he, given) that \< ry valuable j ■ ; •/ late the resi-; ilcnc- of the said ' containing rj Hundred .' oJ Land, Three Hundred Acres at least in wood and fine Insures ~-i-v acre arable j lays level ami remar kaWy well for cultivation and.may he made rich in a few yi t,.rs ly the use of plats ter andebv :■ ; in tact, il is as farm us any in the countj of its size and may ■y eeaveni ded to accommo date pi.l't'hasci,; ; it lies about 18 mi!' ity of Washington, five from Montgomery court house and within I rdes ol'the Ratomac River, A further descriptioli is deemed uni sary, as it is pri sunn <1 that thus-, inclined to purchase will view the property. '1 he terms ofsnlc, which will be accoin mothuiiig.may he known by applying to tlie , living in Georgetown, district of ,:hia, or will he made known on the day of sole. THO: TURNER, Mi.. TURNER, Executors. July 28—Idos PATENT KNAPSACKS. Tl IE Subscriber jfC huvintr obtained MUB Ufa from the United tate ?> a patent BH ■i'"' an > n, P>'oved ta w / ltr / t - n jmint of --rvWf and con- % 7 '^""'" t '') bar, betn "ilehi superior to ami hiiherto in use. The offi of the different volunteer companies in the United States, arc respectfully solicited to adopt them. They may behud in any quantity, and will be sold on, the most reasonable terms by JOHN P. LIIERBETTE, Bi, Maiden Lane, A'ew-York, To whom applications addressed by post may be mitde, or to P.. U. Latrohe, at Ihe city oJ Washignttm. May 19— eplm. __ ,i JWontgomery aunty, Orphans Ceurt, .1„r;,,,a 16, IKilt). ORDERED hythccouittu.it the execu tors of Samuel Turner late of Montgo mery couhty, deceased, give the notice required by law for the creditors of the said .sed to exhibit then- claim:, and that the : notice In: given in (be National InUllip . city of Washington. Test SOLOMON HOLLAND, Reg, THIS is to g-ive. notice that the Subscribers oi'deorrctown and District oi Columbia, have ohtn'med from the Orphans Court of Montgomery comity Maryland, Letters Tes r tamentaryon the Persontl Kstate 6f S Turner, lateof Montfcornery cttinty tl ed- ill • hiving claims s'gams't the re. hereby n tlie :. , tiie vouch ; " the subs- tex day of next, they rhayotherwise b Din all benefit Of the said tate. hands this L'lst day Oi LBo* TWOS. TURNER, } ttsectttorfl SAML. TURNER, % KXeoWol *' Augdst 21—4w MONEY ! ABOUT thr UOth 'if July last, ft Letter COlltainirlg two hank notes of one bun dreddoluu s each, W as P ul " ,ni " l '' l ' '"-' oniee til Winchester, directed to Joseph J Ale aai'dii l, wh'u;:i lell :r lua; not ' ed, t.ntl is supposed to have beeh (by mis take) put uri-h i- a WTOllg cevi-r, or may have !, ;,ia! pone (.0 I pi :.i office ■ which il was intended to be sent, ft is then i'<a-e request* -I a.ast, masters throughou Ito Joseph 3 dt r their notice, that tl, y to him, or to th< :: the I tier hap hi any waj aivi'ie hands, 1 will give ffy dollars, reward for cd. DANIEL LEE. \\ m.- he,;.- r, Si CHARLES J. Claret in bqjtes of I d Geijui :'ar',i: ular wine in hall : quarter ca .' ti bottles ■ . lie. ,- Town, '. T!i!:i IS TO GIVE NOTICE, TH VT the "i',h:.ci','.H is Ir: I from j of Prince Geoi*gc''s county, Mi'i'vlae . ; ' adminis; on tli '• '■■'■ tate of NATII \ NEW ! cd. All perSons havii y; cl ■ With the VOIH hers thcreej, to the ,on or before the 10th day of March ii< '■', lh< b) 'aw b« I te. Givi WM. MAIM. ? Ad JOSEPrt N. UURCII, \ bted to the said , *iale, dto make payment without delay. t, 6—wfnv. ; , a r.n foi. 1-2 DO I. I, A 11:, ''. lln the 'Third Clots of the Lottery authorised I fbylawj ;■ obstructions ■ thi RIVER LEHIGH, IN PfiUNSYLVAkIA. -: ia 2 prizes of «g 10,000 each 20,000 5 5,000 10,00*3 2 5.00 C 3 1,000 6 3,000 15 3,000 SO 100 60 50 3,00G 150 20 S.OOO ~00 10 1 1,800 5 6<J,OLQ j 35,630 not 2 1-2 blanks tea prize. I 50,000 tickets at 2 1-2 dollars, 125,000 i To draw ADO licket.s each day at. the. Statt j j House in Philadelphia, and the prizes to be ■ paid by Thomas Alibi, of that'city, 30 days after the coiiclu sion ofi : the drawings subject to a deduction of 15, j percent. Prizes not demanded in tWelve j ! months after tlie close of the draw ing, to be , ', considered as relinquished to the Lottery, j Part of the above, prizes determinable \ as follows : Tim Ist drawn ticket on the Ist, sth, 10th, j 15th, :'oih,:a'.th, 30th, 35th, 50ti,., and 55th, days £2GQ each,! do/on the 60thi 65th, 70th & ■ do. 500 do. • do. on thc.SOih and 85th do. do. 90th do. 2500 do. I do. do. 5000 do. : do. do. 10000 tio. The two jjJIQiOQO prizes to receive cieh in par cares ef the Lehjgll Stock, at 100 do!!. The'two 5000 dollars 10 shares The two 2500 do. 5 do. Societies, associations, ami individuals ' pnrch.'i'.imr not less than 50 tick. Is will he ■ allowed to pay tor flu in by instalment' much to their inter Letters post paid, and enclosing the cash, J will be-duly attended to, and prizes of Lot- i J teries in the cities of Philadelphia, ami. New j ) York, will be received in payment, by ( GEORGE TAYLOR, .Tun. j No. 85, South Second street, Philadelphia. . and JOHN DAVIDSON, Washington city, December 12—wtf TflF. SUBSCRIBER, HALVING invented an improved ST3KH (JO, or Ferruginous Calcareous Cement, \ intended as a covering- for Upright walls J offers the same to public notice. It resembles stone, and in a very few days . i after it has been applied to a wall, it. pos- j ■ sesscs a firmness as durable as stone itself, i ! Ram, wind or frost will not. injure it, but • rather accelerate the hardness of il i ture. , The inventor will at present rely on its ; real merit to hrin:< it into use; and, that it '■ ' may appear hi-is not palming sn indifterenl or usee as article on the public, he deems it highly essential to the character of his stuc-' i co,'to publish the folio wing paragraphs con r tamed in a letter he had tin- satisfaction to receive from B. 11. Latrohe, Esq. Surveyor of the. Public. Buildings of the U. 8. who has ■ taken the trouble to i-vrmi'me its proj and give his opinion upon B. H. L vtuoke, Esq. to lllnky Hiokt, dated, " lYashingtou, Aug. 25, 18G9 - '. '■ "Dear Sir, I '- I have csaniitu d carefully ihe three : specimens of calcareous cement, which you > have sent me, am! considered the ihgtedi enis of vvi. There is no doubt in my mind, the purpose of building and inernsting walls, calcfl ; cements are the "iily ones on which depen , dance c:m be pl,-.c< ti in our climate, and !' yeurcomposition, if 6arefully prepared, and ( - of good .material.;, has certainly all the prin- j I ciptes from which durability must tese.lt." In another part of his letter, Mai observes— " " Your other add uadoti j- ly to the durability, oi ' ,e\fi among r them, 1 tio riot kn,:',v of one whjCJi is not ad i vantaireously emph ■- " Your's truly, i (Sighed) "B, IfLATROBE.'' nypersonol i'ity is disposed ; to join with the inventor in the v and by an advance of I ly, smch pei parti cipator in the profits : rn 1 , ! c taken out, h according ; >t. hi the mean ■ a pro] ; «t< d to superin- j - tci d the fidelity of il ! within the distri- ■ of Coluil ' MO- i amce Lilt r< IVnm : and, lb. 1 tlie ' . ounfry may par- j bf tlie rail I liia Sty ;co, the | ~ uts will he pit ; ..a'ed with ; vyritlcn directions as a guide ferns use. . | Its qualities sre, that it pri verts the de- j V and ! dura- j bility Io new btti v. ell as thi m from : • r 1 a Wall , lih the original workmanship or mate- Lett paid, addressed to thi ■ r in the City <?f Washington, will re ceive imn ■ HENItY HIORT. h melon, Sep*. 6. —7t_ Printers in lal towns are re rdotw in their pa) i'l LARS REWARD. R ...■■■ on the sth inst, a I \l- .-.ho is had on when he aad ' me pantaloons neck time with Mr. John old to » HI makt to them'oi as he I lad in j:,d ■ tun, or the al of Goluui nd. RACHEL PRATT, Prince George's County, June 13th, 1809. I June l£l—3wtfrt£ !'•:;•, ■ i To he , cm, " THE i t ' ft .•; I 3 coco a a r o I The 6Upp irl I terest of Fi l large is solicited in ! ut nt .and in ttpon da: broad and I a . In this ticulaily, tiie utility of, am ' for, a newspaper v lii with pa-i-.a-veriiui c an, plication, ry to the Repwblfcan phalanx, r i pi m.-m,:' .', torih to consummat; ■'ement, ii, i.: highly important, i es.h'e, that fire, pat cd, as shaii secure h'-m trom pecuma ; b:.l; .i.aancr.;-, and :.third him 1,1 time, ' ecoicoem-t: for the toi 1 must sustain, and the'sacrifices > ' comforts, v li-.ch ••,. -,-■ ; in ike, is his fie ; he binds lii I That support, h -, will jbe awardedhim. He con,',. J dene'e upon the patriotism and lii ' the republi Ids county, mariii ! in more than on 1 ! sions. But, as he who pre, Editor, is vet a stronger in the county ; ami ]as some anxiety will naturally he c: ! j and enquiry mud.', as well in regard io his I political as to Ills moral char:icicr—and as ' ; ;in unreserved annunciation of the ie.'.djr.jr ; ; features of the proposed establi ndent of the sanction of custom which .rs, may materially stil ; ; ',:tii '.' in view, he here submits them, undisguised I palpable. I The Editor is a native American, proud [ ami tenacious of his birth-right—who, ihe balance of his mind, levbutly attached to the ho epublicanism—to the ! which dictated the measures of the p a. administration of the general go ! vii'iimoMt—to a pure system of democracy ; " j and to tie.- sacred and immutable principles ' I which actuated the. patriots am! sages of our > . revolution, and stimulated by which arhievt d that independence which ioo ma ' I ny of tlfeu*unworthy descendants enjoy but. . \ to abuse- ! * j Professing sentiments and feelings such ' ; as these, it were idle waste of words to ue ' j clare what shall he ihe bias of " The Free i man," was it not the earnest desire of the 'j Editor to leayeho room for doubt on '- ' the mast immaterial point, It will; howe ;,e sufficient in tliisplr.ee to state, that, ' i to detect and to correct error— t.. machinations of ambitious ami restless spi rits—to inculcate the gr.e t and sublinHe te ' nets cf republicanism—and to th: : out the sphere in which it is eh * mo\e, a thorough and ocrn ; men and mcasutes —is the primary and j design of this establishment. But.le.l ' distinctly understood, that, so long | Editor shah have power to resist, so long ' ; will he repel all undue influence, as hineal on the. prerogatives of Ins sra ; i tion—and never, whilst under his charge, 1 : shall "The Freeman" be subject to any ait ' thority oi'troMfrb/in its plan as a public jour * nal, save - a.,-, and th i ; , individual co itroloi the Edii-.r —atd< ted by truth, justice, liberality, and ' | decorum—with such aids, in a, just cause, ; much may be expected, and mere may be 1 i dene. " j Having rehearsed the chief points of his | creed, and having likewise explaint ■ :| sunimaijy way, the thing contemplated, the j Edito 9 to enlarge wpoii the _ j feasibility or merits of the undertaking, or f j t;> multiply professions—-willing to i ' : purity and success of his views upon the " ) judgment ami liberality of the independent i voters of the county—and remains amply sa | tisfied, that tln-y will come forward j in.support of an institution which pr< of much immediate consequen ' ' promoting that cause which every frii ; the freedom of his country is in duty bound ', to sua SAMUEL MAGILL. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. . i " The Prei man of Frederic," will be is. I sued t rery Thursday, evening to subscribers . in town ; UlOSjj at a distance Will receive it through lie e.us e-.aa,"_> channels. Sua ■ Wo DO LLARS— , , on- half in a varice, th< other in six months. ! During the month of Sopleniber, in each year, i will he published twice A . week \\- ice. I OCT' Phe paper w-.il commence early in the . Sept. 4— TIMS IS TO GTVE NOTICE, ■ HPHAT the subscriber of Worcestercoun *. ty, hath obtained from the <. Gourtof Worcester county in Mi Le.'fi-rs if . Idministeation on the pc of John Cutler late.of.Worcester coun ty, deceased—U3 | ed 1o exhibit the same with Ihe voi ••l' to Ihe Subscriber, .-t Of bl a,:. th* April next, or tjiej may by law be a h:d from all r tlie said i ■ I Givt n Under my hand this h.M d a, : j "/r t, Ahno Domini. 1809. i ' ROWLAND E, BEVANS, AdmV deceased. i September <i—2aW3w A RUNAWAY. OMMITri'D to my custody as a Riiru- J Way, a Negro Lad named !'! :' 5 inches high, Mr. ,' Col.Jl a with scars on his ■ --,!■! . bin, as from Is etoathed in »n ognaburg kl wool hiit. \ HlSt die Lake him :tv. . he wil liis prison fees, &c ac cord i J« M'CI'.NEY, Sheriff of . irundel County. Annapolis, Sept. 13 —Gt.