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SALES AT VENDUE.
On every Tuesday and Friday, VViLL BE SOLD, At the Vendue Store, corner of Prince and Water streets, A Variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, 0(7. Particulars of which will be expressed in the bills ot the day. All kind of goods which are on limitation and the prices of wiiich arc established, can at any time be viewed and purchased at the lowest limitation and prices. P. G. Marfteller. . June 15. _ For Freight or Charter, 7he substantial) fast-sailing ' i Ship Horizon, James Pitts. Master ; 254 tons burthen, and carries about 3200 barrels. Apply to the Master on board, or to James Patton. May 22.___ For Sale, Freight or Charter, „ The Brig « H U N T E R, Burthen 1750 barrels, in ex cellent oi\:er. If not disposed of by the first of next month, she will then take 500 barrels on freight to Harbafis. Apply to Robert Patton, jun. June 27. ____<1 For FREIGHT, THE bLOOr a INDEPENDENCE, _# JOsipii Stutson, Master ; liurthcn about 800 barrels, u new strong vessel aud uth equipt for the scu. Apply to John G. Lack!. July 9 PUBLIC SALE. <.¥i TUESDAY, 16th instant, will be sold at the Vendue Store, on a liberal cre dit, Sfien 1 rlinks of Dry Goods ; 'i he remains of a Store P. G. MARSTELLER. July 12 The Subscriber has re ceived Bolted Meai. Herrings, Table Salt, ana sundry other Aitides that are go'jd and nice for family use. James M. Stewart. July 12eoSt Pht Missionary, A A IXDIAX TALE, By Miss Ovcenson : Embellished with an eitgan! Portrait of tie Author—is just received, lor sale by James Kennedy, sen. Jnlv 12 eoi’.v COi'TOM & stewarTT Have rtcrzea their summer su/iply of Paper Hangings, Consisting of the newest ami most fashion able Patterns the market of Philadelphia af fords_;___ tor bale at t*ubuc Auction, ON T11E FIRST TUESDAY IN AU GUST NEXT, THE PLuL\TATIOX of the late Bur die Hamit: cn9 lying on the Potomac river, ( in Charles county, containing 175 acres—the soil is equal to any in tl e county. It is ex pected that any parson wishing to purchase, will view the premises—it is therefore unne cessary to enumerate the many advantages attending this beautiful situation. Terms of sale—One half of the purchase money to be p .id in 5*1 months, Sc the other in 18 months from the day of sale, the pur chaser giving bond with approved security. Hccatissa Wade, Geo. H. Lanham, for Tuiia Lanham and Delilah Hamilton. July 8. Iaw4t* , PUBLIC SALE. IVHl be aided to Tuesdayls Sales, Imperial. Hvsco, Young Hyson & Green Teas; one erse Country Stripe*, Checks and Bed Ticks, See. cn a credit. P. G. Marstelicr. July 12 New Medical Publications Just received) for sale by James Kennedy sen. Kingmstreei. The London Medical Dictionary, last edi tion, improved lrom Motherby, by Doctor Parr. Quincy's Medical Lexicon. Dr. Rush’s Introductory Lectures. Willan on Cutaneous Disorders. Alibert on Malignant Intermitients. Btee on the Asthma. North on tne Spotted Fever. Currie on the Diseases most preva lent in the United States. Desault’s Surgery. Tiucher’s and Lewis's New Dispen j satory. Reeve’s Medical Guide, AXD The London Practice of Physic. ' July 12 cojw Land jor Sate. j I WILL sell my FARM) containing a bout21 acres, in the county of niexanchL and district of Columbia, situated on the roau * leading lrom Leesburg 10 Aicxan in a, two ! miles lrom the last mentioned place, 6 miles ; lrom George Town, and about me samedis ; lance lrom the Potomac Bridge. There is on this farm a frame dwellh g nouse, with an excellent cellar; a good io *, kitchen, and a I well of water at the door superior to any in the neighborhood : also a very good framed stable two stones iiign. This larm is enclos ; ed and in a state of immovement, nart of the land has been very hi,' ly manured, and ; produces anuudant crops of wheat, potatoes, • kc otc. there is also 3u0 young apple trees, j besides other lruit trees cl an excellent kind, i an selected irom tiie nursery of Peter Hilly, ; ami now in a turning condition. It is unne cessary to say more on t e subject, as it is prc"Uineu loose wnu wish to purchase will , instview th*i property. rti»v p‘ji*'O i wuo wishes for further infor ITlatn i v. nt please to apply to \V mFlAiM I • d*. •>’. , Fsq. or to the subscriber James Dart. July 12__3t« R„ Grey's List oj% Prizes IN THE Potomac and Shenandoah Navi gation Lottery. TEXTII DAY'S DR A HTXG. July 10, 1811. No. 15,203, first drawn ticket, S500. Nos. 12*o, 2150, 10,506—Prizes of £30. i Nos. 9621, i3,7uS, 14,613, 18,417, 19,487, | S20. Nos. 296, 729, 672, 896, 1729, 1797, 1039 j 1851, 1457, 2736, 2538, 3125, 3435, 3866— . 3849, 4669, 4926, 5228, 56/9, 6~52, 6616, | 7106, 8527, 8806, 8171, 8033, 9871, 10,948 | 10,351, 12,277, 12,013, 12,434, 14,462, 15,57o I 15,304, 16,540, 16,403, l/,86o, 17.4c~, 1/,S94 . 13*938, 19,243, of %\2 each, and 83 piizes I of £ 10 each. J Gain of the wheel the 10th day, g, 2976 » Former gain, 7470 Total S 10,446 The Directors have come to the following ; resolution : ! Resotvedy That the price of tickets be rais i cd forthwith to eleven dollars rifty cents—that , the three next day’s of drawing be Tuesday ’ the 16th instant, Friday the 19tu instant, and • Tuesday the 23d instant; and that, after the commencement of tne drawing on Tuesday the 16th instant, the Company ‘will sell no more tickets until tne live thousand dollar stationary prize, which will oe tne rir^t drawn ticket on the 23d instant, shad have been drawn. First drawn number on Tuesday next, en titled to one thousand dodars. ■ Tickets at 11 dollars iJ cents, for sale, by R. Gray. July 12. ♦ t The Sub:cr:bers have iust received SEVERAL PACKAGES OF DRY GOODS, Among which are— 1 ANTON Crapes, changeable Senshaws, colore i Sarsenets, dama"k silk Shawls, black and white lace Veils ana Tippets, silk Umbrellas and Parasols, short ?nd long K.id (ilov-s, and an excellent Assortment of Cot* ton Hosiery—all of which they are disposed to sell upon very reasonable terms for cash. Samuel Mark & Co. FuirfaX"Street, I June 19. c2t*2aw l PUBLIC SALE. t The subscriber will offer at public sale, on THURSDAY tiic ISth inst at his store on King street, ©n a liberal credit, all his STOCK I.Y TRADE) consisting of A general assortment oj Groceries. AN’D AT THE SAME TIME) His Houshold & Kitchen Fur niture : Among which are An excellent Mahogany Side Board, Se cretary, Bureau, Tables, l.c. Also, the time of #n elderly yellow Wo man who has two years to serve from the first day of January, IS 12, D. Bixby. July 11__dt% Public Sale/ On 1VEDAESDAY, the 24 th of July, will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, A Lot of Ground, held in fee simple, situated on the south side of Duke street and the cast side of Fairfax-street. And at the same time and place, Another Lot of Ground, situ ate on the south side of Dukc-street Sc east ward of Fairfax street ; subject to a ground rent of thirty six dollars sixty six cents ; late the residence ol John Dunlap% Esq. deceas- i ed. The sale will commence at 4 o‘clock. Terms of sale—One third in hand, one third in three months, and the other third in six months ; the p ivmcnts to be secured by good notes negotiable ir* any bank in Alexandria, and by deed of trust on the premises. ! July 11cots Potomac Company. NOTICE is hereby given, that an Annual j Me (ting oi the said Company, will be held ! according to law at the UNION 1 AVERN, | in Georgetown, on Monday the 5tli day of •' August next. By order of the Board. Jos. Carleton, Treasurer Potomac Company Georgetown, July 8—10 dtSl. Cotton carded by Machinery. THE subscribers having erected a Card ing Machine at their shop in Fairfax street, inform the public that they will card Cotton into tolls for the cowmen wheel at 18 cents per pound They contemplate attaching a Drawing and Roving Machinery to the card er in about two weeks when they wiil be able to prepare Cotton for the Delaware Spinner, which they propose doing at 25 cents per lb. They solicit the patronage of the public, and promise that no pains shall be spared on their par? to oblige those who will favor them with their custom. Gregg & Heald. June 11 2aw5w N. B. It is requested that Cotton bro’t to be carded, be carefully moted. _ G. k H. Bank of Alexandria, JuLy 1, 1811 NOTICE is hereby given to the Stock** holders of the Bank of Alexandria, tnat a dividend of four per cent, on the ca pital stock ol said Bank, for the half year ending this day, is declared, and will be rea dy to be paid to them or their legal repre sentatives, on Thursday the 4th instant. By order of the President and Directors, James L. McKenna, Cashikr. Julv S _eo3w LEWIS HIPKINS, BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that be has commenc ed business in the Hardware Line) on King street, four doors below Washington-street, where lie intends keeping a constant supply of such articles in his line a * are in general demand, and respectfully solicits a share of public patronage Among his assortment are Building Materials, Saddlery, Cutlery, Ja pan*d Wares, Cabinet, Sc other Brass Wares, Anvils, Vices, Files and Rasps, Flat Irons, Frying Pnns, Scythes, Reap Hooks, Pot Me tal, Cut and Wrought Nails, Brads 6c Tacks, Sheet and Hoop Iron, Nail Rods, German, Crawley and Blistered Steel, Looking Glass es of various kinds’, English Patent Shot as sorted, BB to No 10, Whittemore Sc Co*s, Wool k Cotton Card3, Shovels and Spades Tea Kettles, Brandywine Gunpowder, Window Glass, Ivory Sc Horn Combs, Bar Iron and Plow Plates, with many other arti cles too numerous to mention* June 12-—^/ 11 law4w LANDING From schooner li ashing ton, and for sale, 150 barrels Rum, 50 bags Sumatra Pepper, 500 pieces first chop Nankeens, jfOO yards first quality Tow Linen. ALSO 1LT STOLE, Bar Iron, Russia bleached & brown Sheet ing, Ravens Duck, Spanish Sogars. William Smith. July 11 _ d3tSt >a\v3\V One Hundred Dollars Reward. RAN AWAY,on theiOthJune last, from the estate of Daniel M’Cauty, deceased, in the county of Westmoreland, and state of Virginia, A Negro Man, named Giles ; a carpenter by trade ; about six feet high, strait and well made, about 35 years of age, dark completion, has a high nose and bushy head, and may he said to be a likely spright ly fellow. He had on a homespun twilled yarn and cotton round jacket and pantaloons s there is no doubt but he will change his clothes, it is therefore thought unnecessary to describe them more particularly. Ic is expected that he has procured a pass, or a | forged certificate of his freedom, as he goes from a neighborhood where there are many free negroes who write, and from whom he might very readily obtain a copy ot their j pass or certificr.tes of freedom It is confi dently expected that he will endeavor to get ! t0 some of the northern or eastern states.— 1 THIUTY DOLLARS will be given if taken in the county ; if 40 miles from home FOR TY DOLLARS ; if60 miles SIXTY DOL LARS ; and if out of the state and seared in any jail so that I get him again, the above reward, and all reasonable charges paid if brought home. Richard Stuart. N. B All masters of vessels Sc other per sons are hereby forewarned from harboring or employing the above described negro man, at tin ;r peril, or under the severest penal ties of the law. R* S. July 8. # 2awtf \^T* The editors of the National Intelli gencer, Washington, and Federal Republi can, Baltimore, are requested to publish the above twice a week till countermanded, and send their accounts to this office for pay ment _ Extract of an Act of the Corporation of Alexandria, for the extinguishment of Fire. Section 7. If any person who shall be pre sent at any fire shall neglect or refuse to obey the older or direction of any officer who shall be appointed by any Fire Company now es tablished, or which may be hereafter estab lished, knowing him to be an officer, such person shall forfeit and pay the sum of Five Dollars : Provided the name of such officer be first published in one of the public pa pcrs. At a stated meeting of the Relief Fire Company, the following Members were duly elected Officers for the ensuing year, viz. Commanders—William Harper, Thomas Preston, and George Coryell. Sub Directors—Thomas Vowel!, John Young, and F. Marsteller, Regulators—Mark Butts, William Paton, jun. J. Anderson, and Charles Slade. Trustees—Robert Anderson, Wm. New ton, and John Johnston. Treasurer—Thomaa Vo'Wfcll. Clerk—M. Cleary. July 13 3t MADDER FOR SALE. We have just received a few hundred wt. of the first quality Madder. Bryan Hampson and Co. ALSO ©A NAADy A few hogsheads 4th proof old Jamaica Spirits. Do. 3d proof Antigua do. 40 barrels New England Rum. 6 pipes London Particular Madeira, 5 do. do. do. Tens rifle, 7 do. old Lisbon, 8 do. Sicily Madeira, 12 quarter casks Malaga A few hundred pounds Spanish flotc go, And a general assortment of Groceries of the best kind. AUo, a quantity of Ground Liverpool and Lisbon Salt. ioo sacks fine do; containing from 4 1-3 to five bushels each. March 15,