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XH-i FRIDAY, Much 6, 1812. C,Vt;- 86^8 m • A—1ZZ—12—1— sS*SJluF.S AT VENDUE. On every Tuesday and Friday, VViLL BE SOLD, A- the Vendue Store, corner of Prince and W tier streets,' ^ Variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, ■Sc. p rMculirs of which will be expressed in the ^ir bills of the day. Ail kind of goods which are on limitation tiilw price* of which arc established, can a!\time bo viewed and purchased at the iS.WU.fe »d ,;rice5. P. G. Matflcller. fof Freight or Charter, t t. The new and substantial fast sail 'WNKw ing Schooner g&P JAMES MONROE, ^k^ias Kingston, Master, burthen about on# hundred tons, or seven hundred barrels. Annlv to the muster on board, or to ??y Joseph Dean. | Fehnrrv l -_. ^ Toil N C. LADD, a, fyf site, now landing from schooner Ea- , p!cs Cofit: Halves from Boston, 205 bsgs heavy Sumatru Pepperj entitled to dituvback on exportation. 50 barrels Muscovado Sugars . 500 teams Writing and Wrapping Paper, mus ^bister F-ri* L\ STORE, I A qua irity of Liverpool course Sc fine Salt In sacks. , . ! Mould ed dipt Candles, Sherry Wine m ; quarter casks, Whiskey;. and Cider Vinegar in hogshead* &rni barrels. 9 by 11., 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 Window Glass. 100 pieces Hus$ia Sheetings. 6 boxes Irish Linens, &c. &c. September 17 ___ FOR SALE, The whole of that Valuable Property on King and A rshington streets, consisting of seven Houses and eight Lots. A liberal ere- , . dit will bp. gkv«r>, und application may be , ma^e to the subscriber, who will remain in j town a few d.tys; and in his absence Mr. j Andrew Schoificld or Mr Charles Slade will make known the terms of sale Richard Lewis. December 7. d WANTED To Hire or Purchase, A FEMALE house si rvant. For o »e well recommended, a generous price wiii be given. j Enquire of the Printer. Januai f 16 dtf THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, Jlr $uie at R. GraPs tiooKSfoRE, and ■ at the Cfi t of the Alexandria Daily Gazette, GAILATIa’s LETTER ! TO THE of the Cfrj i.wiiitee of O'ays and IU (17 $. * ve a ci a half Cents. J- . . >v , j- ' \RDNER LADD i . ' ■ ■-> FOR SALE, Jib.: H: toners Eugle ami Fecle 10 Bijthr;& (;:vu ,l Alium SALT, Set ks Blown Do. ^ U'icis -n:» 5 Turcrs MOLASSES, " H ids R U tv}, r n Mould CANDLES, ^ u-sirei-i ’J 1 —l SUGARS. p * Tir^a J «4*arnar;f 5 * _ ~ FOR S \LE. Subscriber offers for Sale a House ip- an‘‘ * ot 0M Fairfax, between King Sc ifc‘,a.c* 2-ls, at present occupied by Mr. ^min Wood. Lawrence HoofF, * “V -5recirtor of Margaret El dec9d. 24. n. Second Class Jt THE V VCCINE INSTITUTION LOTTERY, JR Vix :i 7'UBRK ABE * P*’iaea ol 3 20.000 3 of 5,000 T. ,lr> i f 1 .coo. 1 j 6 dolh.rs 75 cents, fos $>*/./? 5r Robert Gray, £ing-S‘reet. **W5,-y 1$ ' • I I For Kent, or Sale. j ^THRE subscriber intending to remove his I J| JEWELRY BUSINESS to his Nev Store in a few weeks, offers for Rent or Sal* ; the HOUSE at present occupied by himselt 1 as a Jewelry Shop. The Stand is equal to . any lor a Retail Business, and will be rentec • for one or more years, or sold upon accom* modating terms. Apply to Adam Lynn. January 28. Raisins, Currants, figs, &c. i 60 boxes New Raisins, a few days import* cd and in fine order. 100 boxes Muscatel and Bloom Raisins 20 drums sultana do. 5 boxes Figs 30 poxes k 1-U boxes Godfroid’a Cigars 100 do first k second quality Havana do. 10 cwt. dried Codfish 10 000 lbs colored k white Goshen Cheese 3,000 lbs fir’d » Butter 100 dozen Hi'ban’s best London Brown Stout and Porter—very old, 40 boxes fresh Philadelphia Chocolate— No*. and 3. 20 hogsheads retailing*Molasses. 50 Demijohns, FOR SALE BT Joseph ManaeviiJe, Corner of King k Fuirf.r streets; With Am usual IV general assortment of The be ft .Vines, Liquors, Teas, and other Groceries, ! Upon very reasonable terms, f 'r Cii&n, Pio dace, or at the usual Credits to puUwtual customers. December 14._ ___ HOGS LARD. THE subscriber has on hand a few thou sand weight HOGS LARD, of a very supe rior quality, in firkins and barrels—fit tor ex portation or home consumption—which he will sell on moderate terms. James Sheehy. . December 21 , __________ CREHORE’S Hot-pressed Piaying Cards, OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, Just received and for sale by Cottom & Stewar i December 6._ __ Bryan Hampson & Co. HAVE JUST RECEIVED IV FOR SALE, 30 bushels new Clover Seed, 20 hhds N E Hum, 10 tons first qu Hity Country Hemp- and 40 kegs nice Butter, in shipping order. February 14 YOUNG IIYSON TEA. SO quarter cheats fine Young Hyson, latest importations— of the George, Atlantic and South-Carolina’s cargoes. 40 hhds retailing Molasses. For Sale by Joseph Mandeville. Corner 'of King and Fairfax-Streets. January 29 _ __ j r FOR RENT, A two story frame D WELL1A G i on Cameron street—Also, a new > ! TEXKMEXT with a half acre Garden Go. o.i the same. Apply to . John G. Ladd. November 22. _; _ ..V • ******' I <».«• • • • • * * < jtj" Superfine Yellow Bark. ! i fix, SXWOUU’S improved POWDER j I of ihe BARK, hivingbae: used and highly ! approved by many physician, of distwguisn e5 character in different parts of the United Stairs ; the proprietor is now encouraged to offer it to the faculty in general, under the nci Mi.sio ', that ho practitioner of taste, in the choice of ids means, can laiUo be gratm ed in the use of this eleg>nt preparation. In strength, fineness am! certainty of opera, tion, it greatly surpasses the bark in com mon use. ALSO, The ESSENTIAL SALT OB BARK ' picparecl by the same. i The above articles are put up in parcels ot ! different sizes, to accommodate the usual wants of not only physicians, but of retail druggists, country merchants and private fa milies.—Sold by James Kennedy, sen. Bookseller, and no other fter eon in Alex i vndria. j Valuable Lands for bale. Under the authority of two Deeds of Trust from Henry Rose, deceased, to the sub scribers we will offer at Public Sale on Monday the 16th day of March next, at Fait fax court house, Two TRACTS of LAND— One containing 290 acres, lying on both sides of the Little River Turnpike Road—the o ibcr containing about 530 acres, adjoining the first mentioned Tract on the north side, distant from Alexandria and Lite city of Wash ington about seven miles. The 1 Tacts will be sold entire, or divided into singler lots to accommodate purchasers.--On both there is a sufficient quantity of wood to support the cleared land. On one a well improv ed productive Meadow *nd ah inexhaus- j tible quarry of So. p Stone, of which the value for fire places, ov^ns, &c. is now ^ generally understood. The nature o? the soil is well ad pied to the use of plMstcr of j | Paris The lands adjoin these of the sub scriber Win. Moss, by whom they will be \ shewn to those who wish to purchase •— Terms of sale—One third of the purchase mo ev in hand—one third in Six, and one third m Twelve months Richard M. Scott, , William Moss. i February £. dts. | FOR SALE. A Female House-Servant, About 27 years of age, healthy and strong. , Enquire of the PRINl'ER. j rVbrnarv IS. I PUBLIC SALE. j mn 'ev the authority of a deed of trust from j Abel BUkeney, the subscriber will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Saturday, the 7th day of March next, A Tenement and Lot of Ground, On the east side of Washington street, be ginning 13 feet to ti e north of Cameron street, extending thence northwardly in front 32 feet, eastwardly ia depth 47 feet; subject to an annual rent of forty-eight dollars. ALSO, A Lot of Ground, On the north side of King street, 35 feet 3 inches east of Columbus street, extending thence eastwardly on King street in front 40 feet, northwardly in depth on' hundred feet; subject to an annual rent of 120 dollars. A credit of four months will be allowed on good negotiable endorsednoies. R. I. Taylor. February 22 _ du NEW PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE BY Cot tom & Stewart. PRACTICAL PIETY, or t!ie Influence of the Religion of the Heart. on the con duct of ihe Life Hy Hannah More* The New American Hynn Book, for the I | use of all people at home and in the church | 1_collected by L. Kingston from the best I Poets. Marmion &c —By Walter Scott, Esq. Lay of the La*t Minstrel, do. Lady of the Luke, do Ballads Lyrical Poems, do. Cottage Dialogues amrr.g the Irish Pea santry, with notes—by Maria Edgeworth. The Saracen, a Crusade Romance, from the French of Madam Collin British Spy, the fourth Edition, with the author's last correction-. The American Speaker, a new selection for the use of Schools. With a general Assortment of School Books. Bibles, Testaments, Slates, Pencils, and Paper of all sizes. February 13. ~ ALMANACS, for 1812, Of different kinds, are just received and sale by James Kennedy, sen. Jus* Published, For Sale by JAMES KENNEDY, Sen. A SERMON, Delivered in the town of Burlington, on the 1st day of May, 1811, at the opening of the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in New-Jersey. By the Rev. SIMON WILMER, Rector of Trinity Church, SwedesLorough. Strengthen the I'hinga which remain, that are ready to die.—Rev. 3d <5* 3d> | February 33- eo6t- ' j I Mechanic Belief Society. **r'^ A special Meeting of the Mechanic Relief Society, will be heid at the Indian Queen Tavern on Friday evening next at •* o’clock. By order of the President. John MacLeod, Sec’ry. March 4 St TO Kt V r, ONE half of the BLOCKo PUILJINGS occupied at pres .nt by i Piummer, af fording two very comfortable Dwellin gs and a Ware 01 Slore House, and on® other Ware House in the ticignborhood oi the above.— Also, a Three Story Brick Dwelling k Ware House on King street, in a good stana for bu siness. And also for ren*« a handrome two ry Brick Dwelling on Queen street, near Washington street* at present occupied by D. Lupton ; and one other Brick Dwelii *g. near the corner of King and Washington streets, in a pleasant situation. Possession of seve ral of the DwelPngs may be had immediately, and the others in a short time Andrew Scholfield. 3d mo (March) fc 2aw The Charge des Affaires OF H. R. H. the Prince Regani of Portu | gal, having informed the subscriber that, to prevent embarrassments to the Captain of afty Vessel or Passenger therein, going to a port within the dominion or under the govern ment of Portugal, a Certificate, from a per son dtdy authorised to grant the same, should be attached to the list o! the captain and crew navigating the s»tid vessel, as well k s to tko 01 11 VttUJij miu v.iicv'. v.w ~ "t--a - Passenger should have a Pftsspoit witn his iiTva signature annexed. Notice is hereby given, that Certificates and Passports to .ny such Captain or Passenger going from any pond, in the district of Columbia, may be had by applying to . i / . Lewis Dco'ois, Portuguef V^ct Consul for the District *f Columbia. Wgs hin^ton City* reb. 29.—March 3 d2vr Clover Seed, &c. 60 b usliels fresh Wi./ranted Clover Seed 30 h hds. retailing Molasses 50 tiv uxes new Rice 40 ba les Cotton 1000 bu siiels Ground Allurn Salt J .lot received for *K ue, by Joseph M«ndeville, Corner of King 'Cf Fairfax street*, Februai y 24 Twenty Dollars Reward. RAN a^vay from P.'Crev’s Packet, a few days ‘dice, a BLACK GIRL, who calls herself Nancy Green, about 18 or 20 years of age. She is tall and very slim; * ith a round A ce, and full eyes She had .. —1.1 __ >• *n irftu’i n rv. i r* r.F r\n\.v r*rvr,r«#» U1 * all UIU M - - --- Stockings, and at tat time of her elopement a colored handkerchief on her head. She may probably change her dress. . Any person se cu ring the said Negro Girl, in anv jhP, shall perxive the above Rewaid, on applies.ion to the Printer. 5 ebruary 20 >Q^ Orphan’s Court, Alexandria County, February i'erm, 1312; Ol ID ERE D, That the Executors of Wit liam Carne, deceased, do insert the follow ing } idvertisement three times in each week for ft >ur weeks in the Alexandria new* papei ». A Copy—Teat, ^Alexander Moore, Register. I This is to give Notice, Tha t the subscribers, of Alexandria Coun ty in t- ho. District of Columbia, have obtain ed fronj» the Orphan’s Court of said county Lettcril .estsmentSry on tne estate ot Wil liam <1 ahne, late of the county aforesaid, dece.-.sij d. All persons having claims against the s.ii'i l decedent, are hereby warned to ex hibit tl!.e same with the vouchers thereof to •he sub scribers on or beioru the 6t'n day of ■Wusf: next, or they may by law he exclud ed fronj t : ll benefit to stid estate, and those indent.! d thereto are required to mahe tin. medial payment Given under our hand, this-Me. <>f Feb. 1812. , \ Richard Libby, \ John Richards, v Executors of Willie v e. eo4vr. February \« \ \ \_