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I VOL. Xl.l ■■■' TUESDAY. July 30, .8x1._l>- 34°i ! SALES AT VENDUE. On every Tuesday and Friday, WILL BE SOLD, At the Venduo Store, corner of Prince and Water streets, A Variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. ! Particulars of which will be expressed in the bills of the day. i All kind of goods which are on limitation and the prices of which arc established, can , at any time be viewed and purchased at the i lowest limitation and prices. P. G. Marfteller. For Freight or Charter, 7he substantial, fcstsailing Ship Horizon, _ James Pitts, Master; 254 tons burthen, and carries about 3200 J barrels. Apply to the Master on board, or i to • • • i James Patton. May 22;__ ~~For Sale, Freight or Charter, - ■*- **‘:a The Brig HUNTER, Burthen 1750 barrels, in ex cellent order. If not disposed of by the first of next month, she will then take 500 barrels oa freight to Barbados. Apply to Robert Patton, jun. June 27. <1 « For FREIGHT, the Sloop , INDEPENDENCE, [- Joseph Stutsox, Master ; Burthen about 800 barrels, a new strong vessel and well etjuipt for the sea* Apply to. * * John G. Ladd. July $ _;__. i For Freight or Charter, The fast sailing BRIG RISING SUN, William Marklay, Master; 1 Burthen 1100 barrels, now in excellent order to receive a cargo. For terms apply to G. Coleman. July S3 _ __d_ FOR NEW-YORK, THE SCHOO NER , AUJH’, Am s Dickens, Master, : To sail in ore vcct. l or Freight of 300 Bairels, or passage, apply on bo.rd at Har per’s wharf: lor Sale, on board said Schooner, 7000 wt ofexetih : t n w Milk CrlEESE, 30 barrels ol HER RINGS, 6 do. ol Srl.vD k MACKAREi., j 1 500 bushels ol ONIONS, 6 Boxes of M >u d CANDLES, and a quantity of Sl'ONE WARE. For terms apply as .tbove. July 23._ fr* for bale- height or Charter, , t “ The sdosumul Ust sailing BRIG MARY ANN, Lying at Conway’s ^harf, in complete ; order to leceive a cargo. Apply to James Patton. July 3*___£_ The Subscriber Has Jor sale at his warehouse on Conway's wharf London particular Madeira Wine, in half; pipes and quarter casks, fit for immediate use, j from the well knoan houses of Messrs. Scott j and Co. Sc Murdoch, Youille, Wardrop Sc Co. Coffee in bags and barrels Old Grenada Rum, and some Shrub of su perior qaulity from the same island New York prime Beef and Pork of excel lent quality Bristoe drop Shot in bags ALSO, Bills on London for sale at 60 days, in sums to suit purchasers James Patton. May 3 _ Wanted to Hire, ; A pleasant and commodious D WELLING i HOUSE, in complete repaii, with the ne-«« ccssary out houses 5c garden attached there- • to—to accommodate a genteel family. Ap- • ply at Mr. Snowden's printing office. July 30 d FRESH TEAS, &c Just received and for sale by the subscriber 60 leaden caddies Gunpowder and Iinpc a U 12 quarter chests and boxes do. 5 do. large Hyson, 25 do. and boxes Young Hyson 5 do. Hyson Skin Teas, of the latest importation ana of excellent quality. 80 barrels very good Brown Sugar 15 hhds. Philadelphia Rye W hLkey 40 barrels Baltimoro inspection do. 1500 wt. of Goshen Cheese 60 tons Piaistcr, ALSO, A general assortment of Groceries, best Flour and Crackers. Joseph H. Mandeville. July 16 * dlw&law4w Ls. PISE, PAINTER & DRAWING MASTER, RESPECTFULLY informs the ladies and gentlemen of Alexandria and its vicini ty, that he will open a Drawing School upon a su scription of 12 monins, and as soon as twelve scholars are lound he will be gin. The terms are Eight Dollars per quar ter, at the school, and twelve for private les sons. He will teach them drawing as it is taught m Italy. The half quarter paid successively in ad vance. The young ladies shall take their lessons together, and also the young gentlemen, at different hours. He will also take a few scholars for the French Language The terms of tuition will be Six Dollars per quarter, if a number of 6 or 8 are found, an« Aine Dollars for private lessons. He flatters himself that he will give ample satisfaction to those who will give him their confidence. He will then take a more convenient house for the accommodation of his pupils. N. B. The Freach tuition will be also by A subscription of 12 months. Xulv' 2V_ eo3t* Public Sale. Will be sold, to the highest bidder, on the 12th of August next, if fair; if not, the next fair day ; at the front door of Aicho las Peer's tavern, in Leesburg, That valuable Merchant and SAW MILL, situated one mile from the mouth of Goose-Creek, four from Leesburg, ai.d 36 from Alexandria. The abundance of water, its being accessible by the Pototmac boats at all seasons, and its' situation in one of the finest wheat countries, readers this Mill worthy the attention of those who may de disposed to purchase property of this de scription. At the same time will be sold, a valuable Tract of 233 acres of LAND, contiguous to the mill, nearly all in timber, fit for the saw mill or barrels. Fanny Lee, Ex’trx. of 1 homas Lee, deceased. Coton, near Leesburg, July 1—4.___1 awts Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, July Term, 1811. Ordered, That the administratrix of Gur. den Chapin, deceased, do insert the following advertisement three times in each week for four weeks, in the Alexandria Daily Ga zette Test. Alexander Moore, Reg. This is to give Notice, That the subscriber, of Alexandria coun ty, in the district of Columbia, has obtain ed from the Orphans* Court of said county, letters of administration on the personal es tate of Gurden Chapin, late of the county a aforesaid, deceased: all persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers there of to the subscriber, on or betore the i9ih day of January next, or they may by law be excluded from all benefit to said estate ; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hainl* this 19th day of July, 1811 Margaret R. Chapin, Administratrix of Gurdtn Cnapin. July 19 _St*w4w COTTOM & a'l't.WART, Have received their summer supply , Paper Hangings, Consisting of the newest and most fashion able Patterns the market of Philadelphia af fords. J PUBLIC SALE. The subscriber will offer at public sale, at ' t!*i* Coffee House in Alexandria, on SA TURD YY the first of September, at 12 o'clock, on a credit of six, nine & twelve months, for notes negotiable at the bank of Alexandria, with an approved endorser— The Hou^e on King-street, i ear Washington street, now occupied by Mr. Sloan Sc the House adjoining—the house on Fairfax street now occupied by Mr. Slade — the Houoes on Jones’s Point, with one or more Acres of Ground—The House Sc Lot at the corner of Fairfax aDd Franklin streets— three Lots adjoining on Fairfax street, and three more Lots adjoining on Franklin street. He will dispose of at Private Sale, All or any part of his Land lying on the Mall and Hunting Creek. S. COOK. Leesburg July 22—23 2awtds LANDING From schooner Washington and for sale, 150 barrels Rum, 50 bags Sumatra Pepper, 500 pieces first chop Nankeens, 800 yards first quality Tow Linen. ALSO LX STOREj Bar Iron, Russia bleached Sc brown Sheet ing, Ravens Duck, Spanish Segars. William Smith. July 11 d3tSc lawSw Just Keceivea, A trunk of Ladies newest fashioned Shoes. ON HAND, 180 bales prime Upland Cotton, 3 boxes Carolina Indigo, 3 boxes low priced Chip Bonnets. Shoes and Trunks as usual of every de scription. E. Gilman. June 29. _ eo3t law 30 bbls. Southern PORK, 30 do. Northern RUM, 100 do. New FLOUR, For sarlc on Swift’s wharf, by Wm. NEWTON, Who transacts Commission Business. WANTED TO PURCHASE, A few thousand bushels WHEAT. Ap ply as above. W. N. July 23. d6t A CARO. R. Bunyie refpectfully in. forms the citizens of Alexandria, that during his stay here he will give lessons, on mode rate terms, upon the Clarinet, German Flute, Violin, and Violinccllo. Terms will be made known on application to R. Bunyie, at Brooks’s Hotel. Orders left at the bar will meet due attention. July 23. eo3t*. LEWlS~HIPKINS, j BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has commenc ed business in the Hardware Line, on King ! street, four doors below Washington-strcet, ! where he intends keeping a constant supply 1 ot such articles in his line as are in general demand, and respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. -Among his assortment are Building Materials, Saddlery, Cutlery, Ja panM Wares, Cabinet, Sc other Brass Wares, Anvils, Vices, Files and Rasps, Flat Irons, Frying Pans, Scythes, Reap Hooks, Pot Me tal, Cut and Wrought Nails, Brads Sc 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 & Co*s, Wool ftc Cotton Cards, 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—Jy 11_law4w The Missionary, A A INDIAN T A D E, By Miss Owensoic : Embellished with an elegant Portrait of the Author—-is just received, for sale by James Kennedy, sen. July 12 eo2w RANAWXY FROM the Subscriber,livingin King-street, in Alexandria, about the lastot June, anegr® man, named LEONARD, about forty-five years of age, five feet seven or eight inches high; had on a pair of nankeen pantaloons and check gingham coatee, and cotton shirt; has a scar near his mouth on one of his cheeks. I will give a reasonable reward and necessary charges if brought home or secured in jail so that I get him again. JACOB CURJIS. ORIGINAL FAMILY MEDICINES Prepared with the gseatest care & attention by MICH1AL ' EE & Co. Le *s Worm destroying Lozenges* This medicine is superior ta any ever of fered to the public, being innocent and mild, certain and efficacious in its operations* Lee's Elixir^ A certain remedy for colds, coughs, or asthmas & particularly ,the whooping cough so destructive to children Lee's Essence sf Mustard, So well known for the cure of Rheuma tism, gout, palsy, sprains, &c. Lee's grand restorative, Proved by long experience to be unequal led in the cure of nervous disorders, con sumptions, lowness of spirits, inward weak ness, etc. Lee's Anti»bilious Pills, For the prevention and cure of bilious and malignant fevers. Lee's Sovereign Ointment for the Itchy Which is warranted an infallible remedy at one application. Lee's infallible Ague & Fever DrofiSy For the cure of agues, remittent and inter* mittent fevers. Lee's Genuine Persian Lotiont Celebrated for the cure of ringworms, tet ters, etc* Lee's Genuine Eye l\raterf An effectual remedy for all diseases in the cve. Lee*s Tooth*Ache Drofitt Which give immediate relief. Lee*s Com Plaister. ii Lce*s Damask Lip Salvei Lee*8 Restorative Powdert For the teeth and gums. Lee*s Anodyne Elixir, For the cure of every kind of head-ache. The Indian Vegetable Specific, For the cure of Venereal complaint*. Sold wholesale and retail, by the proprie tor, No. 29, Pitt-street, Baltimore. R, GRAY, bookseller, King-street, and N. HINGSTON, Eairfax-strcet, Alexan dra. To country merchants and others, who purchase to sell again, a liberal discount will be given by the proprietors. To detect counterfeits, observe each arti cle has, on the outside wrapper, the signa ture of MICHAEL LEE and Co. N. B. At the places of sale may be had (gratis) pamphlets containing recent and ex traordinary cases of cures, whose length prc« veins there being herewith inserted. June 20.___law * Superfine Yellow Bark. THIS POWDER, consisting chiefly of the extractive matter and resinous portion of the bark, wherein its virtue as a medicine is known to reside, is seperated in a degree from the hard fibrous an.i other useless parts in manufacturing. It will, therefore, be ound preferable, on account of its purity, strength, fineness, and the small quantity required, to any other form in which the bark has hitherto been generally used. The superiority of this bark will be parti cularly manifest in the treatment of those diseases in which, on account of an irritable state of the stomach and bowels, the requi site quantity of the imperfectly ground bark in common use cannot be administered ; and as any of the watery or spirituous prepara tions are well known to be ineffectual in ur gent cases, it is presumed ihat ihe present form will prove generally accepfable. The proprietor thinks it unnecessary to offer any apology to those of his medical bre thren to whom he is personally known, when he recommends to them in particular this elegant powder of bark ; since many of them have, in common with him, had so frequent and painful occasion, in the couise of long practice, to deplore the want of so desirable a form of using that inestimable remedy; and so fully is he assured bf its superior efficacyt * from numerous proofs of its effects, that he offers it to the faculty in general, without fearing the imputation of imposition. PREPARED AND PUT UP BY CLARK SANFORD, M. D. Greenwich, Connecticut, 1808. 1C7* The above article is put up in par cels of different sizes to accommodate pur chasers ; and is sold by James Kennedy, sen* Bookseller, King street. JUST RECEIVED, Robert Smith's Address TO THE _ PEOPLE OF THE U. STATES. Price Is Cents. R. GRAY; July 1. 4