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Alexandria daily gazette, commercial & political. [volume] (Alexandria [Va.]) 1808-1812, April 09, 1812, Image 1

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I ~Z7XI1.1 ” THURSDAY AFl.iL 9, .8.2-_ S 36lb
AT VEN'DUR.
On every Tuesday and Friday,
will be sold,
4, .he Vcnduo Store, corner of Prince and
*X Water streets,
a Yariety of Dry Goods, Groceries,
&c.
p,-titulars of which wil! be expressed in the
bills of the day.
Vi kind of go ids which are on limitation
ia : pr*c*s of which are established, can
time be viewed and purchased at the
? .west limitation and prices.
}\ O. Marftcller.
FOR
The whole of that Valuable Property on
kin-aii.i rslrin’ton streets, consisting of
, J.’] Houses and eight Lots. A liberal cie
Ul aiH he given, and application may be,
i'c l> tlri subscriber, who will remain in
^. .v» t ;>. .v dp'vs; and in his absence Mr.
.vv Sabo'field or Mr Charles Slade will
m , * known the terms of s*de.
Richard Lewis.
i lacem'oer 7. _ __d
~ ‘ WANTED " |
To Hire or Purchase,
A FEVl \LE HOUSE SERVANT,
for one will’ recommended, a generous
price will be given.
Enquire of the Printer.
linnarv 16 dtl
r FOR SALE.
THE Subscriber offers for Sale a House
and ot on Fairfax* between King &
Pnnce Streets, at present occupied by Mr.
Benjamin Wood.
Lawrence Hoofr,
Jcting Executor of Margaret Hocjfy dec’d.
February 24.____
Second Class
OF THE VACCINE INSTITUTION j
LOTTERY,
JR JYIMCH THERE ARE |
4 prizes of g 20,000
3 of 5,000
10 of 1,000
Tickets 6 dollars 75 cents,
FOR SALE BY
Robert Gray,
King-Street.
, i
February 18______ ;
Clover Seed, &c.
60 bushels fresh warranted Clover Seed
3 ) hhds. retailing Molasses
SO tierces new Rice
40 bales Cotton
1000 bushels Ground Alluin Salt
Just received for Sale, by
Joseph Mandeville,
Corner of King & Fairfax-streets. ,
February 24 ___ i
Whiskey, Sugars, Sc. j
^'0 bbl$. Rve Whiskey
50 uc Northern Rum
10 pimchronn 3d and 4th proof West.
India Ruin
H barrels Country Gin
♦0 hh'h. 1
30 barrels i Brown Sugars
2 > Boxes J
7 hluls. Loaf and Lump do.
?0 bags Almonds
*0 boxes French Prunes
30 boxc* and Cases Sallad Oil, in Bottles :
ai d FLsks ' j
20 casks Goshen Cheese
10 cwt. (.o fish
For sale by
Joseph Mandeville.
Com#** of King a.id Fairfax Streets.
March 13
YOUNG HYSON TEA.
^ quarter chests fine Young Hyson, latest
importations—of the George, Atlantic and
So’ith-Carolina’s cargoes.
*rj hluls retailing Molasses.
For SctV by
Joseph Mandeville.
Corner of Kins? and Fairfax-Streets.
January 29
CREHORF/S
Pot~bre<sed Piaying Cards,
. O? A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
received and for sale by
Cottom & Steward
Member 6.
!■ . *■ ...— -...fib.— * , _^..
Raisins, Currants, Figs, 13 c..
60 boxes New Raisins, a few days import
ed and in line order.
100 boxes Muscatel and Bloom Raisins
20 drums bultana do.
5 boxes Figs
30 boxes & 1-2 boxes GodfrouTs Cigars
100 do. first k second quality Havana do
10 cvrt. dried Codfish
10 000 lbs. colored Sc white Goshen Cheese
3,0( 0 lbs. firkin Butter
100 dozen Hubert's best London Brown
Stout and Porter—very old,
40 boxes fresh Philadelphia Chocolate
Nos. I and 3.
20 hogsheads retailing Molasses.
50 Demijohns,
F<9R SALK Dr
Joseph Mandeville,
Corner of King k Fairfax streets;
Tilth his usual & general assortment of
The belt vines, Liquors, Teas,
and other Groceries,
Upon very reasonable terms, for ash, Pro
duce, or at the usual CredLs to punctual
customers.
December 14. _d
FRE SH ME D1 C I N £ S.
WILLIAM HARPER, jr.
APOTHECARY and DRUGGIST, Alex
ands'io. Fairjax Street. o/ifionite URIAH
JUMP SOM'S, and next Door to JM'O.
LLOYD'S-.
HA just received in addition to his for
mcr Stock, a general assortment ot
Medicines of the first quality, all of which he
will sell wholesale and retail, on as good
terms as they can be purchased in Baltimore
or Philadelphia Country Merchants end
Physicians can be supplied on the best of
terms for cash, or on a good credit — He
has also received a general assortment of
Surgical Instrument*, likewise
The foliowing Patent Medicines viz
Wheaton’s Jaundice Bitters,
Co Itch Ointment,
Cooley’s Vegetable Elixir, for Coughs,
Colds, Asthmas, Consumptions, &c. &c.
Rawson’s Worm Powders,
Thompson’s Toot he Paste,
Essence of Mustard,
Sing’s Itch Ointment, See. See.
The highest cash price given for
Snake Root.
March 7.
&_? Application having been
made to Congress to obtain a Charter tor the
Mechanics’ Bank of Alexandria, the Subscrip
tion is at present postponed. Due notice will
be given when the books will be opened, by
The Commissioners.
March 25.
For Freight or Charter,
COASTWISE or to the WEST-IA'BIES,
THE SCHOONER
Captain Marckllus Jones,
Burthen about 500 Barrels, in
complete order, and ready to receive a cargo
on board immediately, by application to the
captain on board, at Irvin’s Wharf, or to
John Gird.
March 27.______
Landing, and for Sale by
JOHN G. LADD,
16 Hhds. New-Orlcans Sugar,
150 Pieces Russia Sheeting, entitled to
Debenture,
6 Chests Young Hvson Tea, of the latest
importations.
ALSO,
A few of the much admired Connecticut
Ploughs.
March 28. 2w.
PUBLIC SALE.
On Monday the 1 Ith day of May next, being
the first day of Loudoun County Court, be
tween the hours of land 2 o’clock, after
noon, will be exposed to sale, for cash, at
the Tavern of Nicholas Peers, in the Town
of Leesburg,
A Tract of Land (formerly
I feelonging to John Spencer) lying in the said
i county of Loudoun near the Gum Spring,
and through which the Turnpike Road from
| Alexandria to the Ford of Little River passes
; for a considerable distance—containing, by
an actual and recent survey, 400 acres.
James Sanderson,
j Colin Auld.
March 3S 2awts
I
I PUBLIC 5ALE.
ON the second Monday in April next, will b<
exposed to sale on the premises, a valuabl
Lot of Ground,
With the improvements thereon, situate £
West end. Any person inclined to purchase
will be shewn* the property, on application U
Mr. John Greenwood, who lives near it.—
Terms of sale will be made known at the
time and place of sale. 4
Richard Van Pelt.
March 25_du_
Joseph H. Mandeville,
King-Street
OFFERS FOR SALE,
3,000 bushels I.isbon and Liverpool Salt,
Jamaica, Antigua and Northern Rum, ii
hhds. and bids.
Loaf and brown Sugar, in do do.
Ikst green Coffee in bans and bbis.
Molasses in hhds. and b is.
Cogniac and Peach Brandy, country Gin and
Cherry Bonn e
Old Rye W hiskey in bbis and Common do
• Madeira Lisbon, fenenffe, sherry, Malaga
and Port W.ne
! Imperial, Hyson, V. Hyson and Hyson Skin
Ten of superior quality
j Goshen Cheese in casbi
! Chocolate Nn. 1 and No. 3 in boxes & per lb.
• Brandywine Gunpowder and Shot assorted
Mould and dipM Candles and Soap in boxe:
Rire in tier< es
Best Spanish and Country Cigars
Richmond m. nuf ctured tobacco, small twist
Best Caviiuiis do.
- Writing and-Wrapping paper
Spinning Colton in bales
; Almonds Sc nest Mu^c d' l RMMnsirt boxes
Pepper. ■ imento, Cinnamon, Cloves and
Nutmegs
Copperas, Madder, Indigo and Fig Blue
Bed Cords, Leading Lines and Trace Rapes
j Best Philadelphia Mustard in bottles k per lb
. India Seine Twine
R o m a 1 Ha n cl k e r c hie fs
Low priced Black Sc Colored Morocco Shoe!
Mci rings, Shad, Mackerel and Codfish
Cut Nails of ail sizes
j Hair sifters
Snuff in bottlc3
ALSO,
Fresh Clover Seed, and
Best Superfine Flour
March 9 d
Received, fier Schooner Lydia, Cafit. Reeks
from Boston, and for Sale by
JACKSON & RUM NEY,
40 pieces Russia Sheeting, first quality,
! 4'> boxes ( Inrolale,
40 boxes YciioW Soap,
An Invoice of Boots and Shoes,
Consisting of
Ladies' and Misses' Leather and Morocco
Slippers and Bootees,
Childrens* Leather and Morocco Bootees,
Mens* coarse and fiue Shoes, and Suwar
row Boots.
A few bagv Green Coffee, first quality;
March 24 _Sw
SALT AFLOAT,
On board Ship Huntress, Captain Nickolls
from Cadiz,
7000 bushels Coarse Salt,
135 boxes Fresh Raisons,
for sale nr
i.awrason & Fowle.
Also landing from Sloop Venus, from Port
land,
10 hhds. New Orleans Sugar,
20 ih s. New England Rum,
60 barrels Mackarel,
20 do. Shad, of a superior quality)
20 barrels Mess Beef,
300 boxes Mould and Dipt Candles,
200 Reams superior quality & large size
Writing Paper.
March 23 4taw
PUBLIC SALE.
Under the authority of a Deed of Trust from
Jane Wilkinson and others,the subscribers
will offer at Public Sale, on the premises
on the 15th dav of April next—
A Lot of Ground with the
Buildings and Improvements, formerly the
property of Thomas Wilkinson, deceased;
situated on the East-side of Fairfax street,
between Duke and Wolfe streets, in front
'20 feet, in depth 79 feet 9 inches—The sale
will be made for cash.
R. I Taylor.
James Sanderson.
March 23, eodts
SUGAR COFFEE MOLASSES &c.
* 70 Hhds. } New-Orleans 8c Havanna Musco
5 40 Bis. i vado Sugars
10 Boxes Brazil and Havanna do
i 10,000 lb. Loaf 8c Lump do
i 20,000 lb. Green Porto Rico & St. Domingo
> Coflee
• 50 Hhds Retailing Molasses
: 8 pipes French Brandy
10 puncheons West India Rum
30 barrels Northern Do.
150 do. prime Rye Whisky
600 lbs. 1st. quality Bengal Indigo
1200 lbs. Madder
30 bales Upland Cotton *
*0 casks small twist Tobacco
700 bushels Ground A Hum Salt
With his usual general assortment of Wines,
Liquors, Teas'and other Groceries—
For Saley by
JOSEPH MANDEVILLE,
Corner of King and Fairfax Streets.
April 6. tf
JOHN ROBERTS, '
HAS FOR SALE,
20,Cfl*> Wt. Coffee,
30 Hhds. Sugar,
40 Barrels Northern Rum,
20 do. Whiskey,
30 Bales Cotton,
A fc\r Tons of Country Hemp,
With his usual assortment of Groceries.
' April 6._ d7t,
LEONARD ADAMS,
ETURNS his sincere thanks for past
j_> favors, and informs the public. h<* has
1 removed to the House owned by Mr. Page,
! and lately occupied by Mr. Hunter, and has
: again fitted up the Spring Garden, for the re
; ccption of company, where he will keep the
j best Liquors, and assure them nothing shall
1 be wanting as respects industry.
I can accommodate a few gunteel Boarders*
j April 6.
For Norfolk & Richmond,
THE
' SCHOONER
ENTERPRIZE,
J tMiiS ivllT CHELL, Jun. Master, to sail
on Thursday morning* For Freight or Pus*
sage, apply to the Master on board, or
Thomas White.
April 5 3t*
, RICHARD LIBBY,
HAS just received a quantity of Plough
plates, Bar-Iron, Blistered and Craw
ley Steel, Hoop-Iron, Nail-Rods and Reap
Hooks, and expects hourly, by Schooner Ea
gle, sixteen Boxes Whittcmore’s Wool and
Cotton Cards, and a quantity of Grass and
Grain Scythes and Hoes.
5 ' HAS ON HAND,
A general assortment of Watch-Maker’s and
Silver-Smith’s Tools.
. April 6. 3t
NOTICE.
The Farmers Bank of Alexandria, this day
declares a Dividend of profits on its Capital
, Stock, paid in, of 4 per cent, for the last six
months, payable to Stockholders or their Ko
$ resentatives on Monday the 6th inst.
3y order of the Board of Directors.
JOHN HOOFF, Cashier.
April 1 — 2 eo2\v
' Potomac and Shenandoah N’avi- j
gation Lottery.
SECOND CLASS.
IN WHICH THERE IS
l prize of g 20,000 4 prizes of g 2,006
1 do. of 15,000 10 do. of 100 Tickets
1 do. of 10,000 15 do. of S 1,000
2 do. of 5,000
Price of whole Tickets g 8 50
half do. 4 37 1-2
quarter do. 2 25
eighth do. 118 3-4
Vaccine Institution Lottery.
, SECOND CLASS.
, IN WHICH THERE ARE
4 prizes of g 20,000 10 prizes of S 1CQ0 j|
3 do. of 5,000
Price of Tickets g 6 75
To commence Drawing in May next.
Tickets in the above Lotteries for sale at
the Subscriber’s Book Store and Lottery Of
fice, King S reet, Alexandria. Orders from
distant adventurers, enclosing Cash or Prize
Tickets in former Lotteries, (post-paid) will
be punctually executed, and early information
sent to those who may be fortunate.
Robert Gray.
March 27.

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