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VOL. XII.'] FRIDAY, October 16, 1812. 3775 L -_ * 1 1 * * f 1 ' ' SALES AT VENDUE. On every Tuesday and Friday, \ViLL BE SOLD, At the Vendue Store, corner of Prince and Water streets, A Variety of Dry Goods, Gro ceries, &c. Particulars o? which will be expressed; ' in the bills ot the day. All kind of goods which are on li mitation and the prices of which are established, can any time be viewed sr.d purchased atthe lowest limitation and prices. P. G. Matrfteller. ~Five Dollars Reward. STRAYKD or stolen from Gen. Lee’s stUc to Alexandria, on Wed nesday night, the 26th of August l stN » buy Gelding, the property of Walt r Jones Junr. I.sq about 15 hands high 4 or 5 years old, a good head and U'-ck, slim bo :y, a long bushy tail with some white h*t»rs about the iO)t——he looks like a colt, but h is been broke to the sad.Us, is easy in his g'Mts an 1 has an airy appearance when mounted The above »eward a ul unreasonable crfU,res will be paid t> Miy persbn who wili deliver him to the subscriber in Alexandria. Charles Lee. fv*ptem’»er4 f _——--*-' MR j. i\NN Lr-HxvVLi. YV)U will p -ase t » take notice, that on the fit-1 day ofthe Circuit Court, »f the District of Columbia, to be add for the county of Alexandria, in Apti next, or soon theretmer as counsel can be beard, l shall m' v- tint court to award judgment against veu in tuvm of tbe Cnntnu)D Council ot Alexandria, for the sum of Fifty Nine DolUr* Sixty Eight Cents—being the amount of Taxes f'MC from yt.ii to the Common Council of Alexandria, upon your Lot situate at the corner ot Queen on,. Fairfax streets, for the years 1804. 5 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, I T According to act o' Congress, passer 25th day February, 1804 John D. Simms, j&t.for the Com. Count. \} Alexandria. August 27 dfim Kicc, Cotton, coin, &c 160 .whole *ud haii tierces new Ri:c 1200 bushels Carn. 25 bales Upland Cotton, 20 boxes British crown ntro Ameri can Glass, ol different sizes, 20 ditto Fane) Soaps, Ladies* fashionable Shoes .\c.mitnnt Common ditto, and V SUnpIv. Trunks ol all kind* E. Gilman, April 10 eoSOm Valuable Property to Let. [OFFER on rent, for a term of years, the Brick Tavern, lotts See. thereto attached, situate at Fairfax Court House _lo those who arc acquainted with this property, and its situation, a description is unnecessary, to others it may he proper to observe, that the tavern is a Brick building, large and convenient, with a kitchen, a family house and large stable, on an acre lot, with one acre adjacent for a garden, and a pasture lot of 4 acres—That to a person calculated to keep a Tavern on u large scale, and in a proper manner, no stand in this state, or perhaps elsewhere, holds out more flattering prospects of gain to such an occupant. Those who wish such an es tablisbrnem,are invited to view the premi ses, which (on application) will be shewn hy Mr. John RaTCLIFFE, or the Sub scriber. Possession to be had on the first day of November next. , Rd. Ratcliffs. September 17 ' Stawtf For Boston, The Schooner COMBINE, WJWMBt Ccfitain Triji. ' _ Has * commenced loudiiig—wdl sail ill , four days, and take » t*w Barrels on J Freight ri immediate application i ““dC °Lawrafon Sc Fowle. WHO HAVE FOR SALE Landing from the schooner Ruby, Capt. Sawyer, 50 barrels Mess Beef It) do prime Pork 100 boxes Mould Sc Dipt Candles 120 kegs Family Butter ALSO, FOR SALE, The Cargo of the schooner Boreal, Capt Howhnd, 2000 bushels Liverpool coarse and fine Salt 200 reams Wrapin* PaptP 10 cases Sweet Oil •Ljrfoxes Chocolate cktober 1 FRESH MEDICINES. WILLIAM HARPER, jr. iPOTHHCjtRY and DRUGGIST, Alexandria* Fairfax Street^ opposite BRYAN HAMPSOM’S, and next Door to J.YO.LLOYD'S— HAS just received in addition to his former Stock, a general as nortmeut of Medicines of the first qua lity, all of which he will sell whole sale and retail, on as good term* as they can be-purchased in Baltimore or Philadelphia Country Merchants and Physicians can be supplied on the best of terms for cash, or on a good credit,—* He hrs also received a ge neral assortment of Surgical Instru :ucnifij likewise # The following Patent Medicines \ v’z:— I Wheaton’s Jaundice Bitters, Lo Itch Ointment, Coolev's Vegetable Elixir, for Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Consumptions, kc, kc. Rawson’s Worm Powders, Thompson's Toot he Paste, I Essence ot Mustard, Sing’s Itch Ointment, kc. kc. fLSF9 The highest cash price given for Snake Root. March 7.__ &USPLanDjLRS. An assortment of the above article < may be had at the Manufactory, lower end of Prince Street—Handsome pat terns and low prices. Richard Horwell. August 24 d3in N. B. A few of Horvvell’s patent and extra quality Nett Suspenders, fi nished in a very superior stile. public sale. i PURSUANT to a decree of the cir cuit Court ef the United States tor the County of Alexandria, will he sold et public Auction for ready money, on the 24th day of October next on the pre mises, a piece or parcel of ground with a Brick House and other improvements thereon, situated on the south side ot . Kang Street and to the eastward of Pa trick Street in the Town of Alexandria It being the house in which Mr. Charles Love, decased, resided for some time: previous to his death 1 he premises may be viewed by application to either ttl the Commissioners. Jacob Hodman, |CcmVs Thomas Swaiai, J September 21. dts ~ ' NOTICE. THE s «1g of Opie Livdsay’s proper ty is postponed until Saturday, the 17th in slant. SAML. SMITH, Trustee. October 9 the chronicle, OR JN ASX UAL VIEW OF HIS^ORr POLT ■rits & urENArvHE, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. By John E. Hall, late of Baltimore, Assisted by several Men of Letters. This work will be devoted to they fol lowing subjects :—1. An Annual Histo tory of Europe—2. A Congressional History of the United States, with oc casional notices of important proceed ings in the State Legislatures—2. Pub lic Documents—4. A Register of Re markable Occurrences—5 Biographi cal Sketches of persons distinguished at the Bar or in the Pulpit, in the Closet or in the field—€. Proceedings of learn- j cd Societies, at home and abroad—7. An Annual History of Literature, io reign and domestic—8. Essa\s on Mis cellaneous Topics 8c Poetical Effusions _9. Statistical Reports. Price six dollars per annum—To be j published in four quarterly numbers. j yj* The Editors of lederal papers ; are requested to notice this adver tise ment ; to receive subscriptions, and transmit them to Mr. Moses j. homas, the publisher, at Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Oct. 5—9.___ The Alexandria Museum, DEVOTED to Charitable purposes, and belonging to the Alexandria Washington Lodge No. 32, is open for the reception of Visitors, every ctov in the week, from 10 A. M. to 2 P.M- (Sun day excepted^ on the following terms : Subscription Tickets which admit the whole of a Family, or such part as may present the ticket 8 4 per year. Subscription Ticket for the admission of a Single person 8 2 per year. Single visit for grown persons, 25 cents. . Single visit for children, 12 i-2 cents. September 22 United State? of America, District of Colourwiti WHEREAS a Lib-1 hath been filed in the District Court of the Unit ed States frr the District of Columbia, by the United States Attorney for the fcaid District, against the Ship ARGO, her Tackle, Ap|*rcl and Furniture and her Carga, stating, alledging and pro pounding that alter the passage ol a cer tain Statute or Act ol Congress, enti tled “ An Act to interdict the commer cial intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France and their dependencies, and alter tnc pass* ing the Statute or Act of Congress, en titled “ An Act concerning the commer cial intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France and their dependencies and for other purpo ses;” and after the passing of one other statute or act of Congress, entitled An act supplementary to the act entitled an act concerning the comrarcrcial inter course between tho U. States and Great Britain and France, jpid their dependent cics, and for other jsrposes” ; and after due notice of the Si|d acts, at tl»e Cus tom Houses respective!), that is to say, on the twenty second; day of Soptembci, 1812, a certain cargo.of goods, wares and merchandise* of the growth, produce or manufacture ot Great Britain, was im ported from the port ol Liverpool, situ ated in Great .Britain, into the port of Alexandria, in the District ol Alexandria, within the proper jurisdiction ot this Court, by Hug!) Smith, 1 homas Janncy. John Loyd and others, in a certain Ship culled the Argo, wholly owned by Thu mas C. Amory and Company and Henry Peterson, residents within the United > State*, and commanded by Henry Peter son, which said snip departed from tin* aforesaid British po« subsequent to second day of February, 1811, conn arv lo the aforesaid ao'^ ot Congress , by reason of the viohtUflb ot which said acts of Congress, and ^virtue thereof, the said Ship, Tackle, ^pparel and turni ture, and also her (Argo aforesaid have become wholly : fondled and liable to be seized and c«»dUw*ied in this Court. And pursuant |> ©vatrant from the Hon William Chief Judge of •lie United Static tiwetit Court, oi the District of Columbia, commissioned to bold the District Court of the United States, in and for the District of Colum bia—I do heicby give public notice, (hat the said information and libel is filed bv Walter Jones, Junr. Esq. attorney of the United States, for the said District, and trial will be bad on the said libel and in formation at the District Court of the United States, to be holden on the third Monday in Nov. next, at the Court House in Alexandria, at 10 o’clock, a. m. of which all persons interested, are to take notice and govern themselves ac cordingly. Given under my hand at Alexandria, this 23d day of September, in the year of our Lord, 1812. Washington Boyd, Marxhal, District Columbia. Sentember 24. • ^ a -- FOR SALE, A CONSIGNMENT of a few hhds. anil quarter casks of Murdoch, Yuilie, Wardrop Sc Co’s best LONDON MARKET MADEIRA, warranted ge uuine as imported. Apply when I am net in town to William Wilson, Esq. • Wm. Hodgson. August • CO_ For Sale~or Freight ^Thc good last sailing Brig Rising Sun, Burthen about 1100 Barrels, Now ready to receive a cargo. Apply to Geo: Coleman. Who has received and for Saiet 400 lbs. Seine Twine Lisbon Salt Boston Beef, No. 1 Whale and Spermaceti Oil in tierces and barrels September 28 _ __ For Sale or Charter, The fast sailing Schooner Three Sons, r Eight months aid ; bur 1200 barrels, and will be ready to sail in two days. Apply to the master on board, or to Cook & Clare, Ramsay’s wharf. Who have for S»le, A few barrels OLD RYE WHIS KEY. | October #__ 7 CREHORE’S Hot-pressed Playing Cards, OF A SUPERI011 QUALITY, Just received and for sale by Gottorn & Stewart. RUNAWAY. W'WTAS committed to the Jail of Fair * y fax County, Virginia, on Friday the 2d day of October—a negro man who says h’3 name is JOHN, and that he is the property (*f a Mr. Wm. Haile of York County, state of South Carolina, and that Mr. Haile was taking hiirt to New-Orleans, and he absconded from him and was taken up and put in Mii ledge.vill Jail, and that he was stolen out of said Jail by a Mr. Edward Dolley, who brought him toGeorgetown, chang ed his name to Edward Davis & pawn ed him for 60 dollars to a Mr. Adams, who hired him to a Mr. Lawrison to work aboatonthcP«tomac He is about 25 years of age, 5 feet 9 er 10 inches high ; Sc has a small scar over ids left eye ; he is of a yellow complexion, thick lips, and has an impediment in l\is speech ; had on when committed, a blue country cotton coat, white Mar saillcs vest, a coarse linen shirt & pan taloons. The owuet is requested to come forward, prove his property, pay charges and take him away ; otherwise he will be dealt with as the law directs. Robert C Kedwell, « Jailor, Fairfax County, Virginia. October 9 __• FOR FREIGHT, i ME SUIP Ten Brothers, Downs, Master; burthen ^Htg^Jabout 2300 barrels ; is nearly a new vessel,in complete order, with her c-rew on board, and ready to receive a Cargo immediately. Apply to Lawrason & Fovvle. October I Hat Manurnctory. A A RON H £W E9, ■ TTAVING removed Lis HAT MA* STL NUFACTORY to King-second square above Washington street, ncai* jy opposite to Mr. T. W. Peyton’s store—Respect fully returns Ms tiiawfcr io hi* fnends anu 11»e pool-c lor past fe vers, q cl solicits a continuance of O.c'v patronage, and hopes from lonp j experience and nvidtuty and attention to give general Mil isfartion. I Hz HAS OV HAND A general assortment of FUR HATS, Q1 tnc he.st kind— ALSO, Wool Hats, Of a very superior qualify. ^ 90 ----—rr HAS foR SALE A FEW COPIfS Gospel Sonnets Robinson’s Poemv Christian Re- Sir Lancelot searches iu Asia Greaves Scottish Chiefs Lite of Copper Cottage Dialogues .Dr. X oung’s Wild Irish Girl W orks Sell Controul Burn’s Works | Wutt’s Poetical | Works ’ALSO, A fresh supply of Carey’jflpFamily *' * •'* -'T-: w — j^jAaE Li 1 C/./V L'OEEE C1 IuJ\. -OF V Voyages and Travels. The 25th & 26lh Numbers completing the European Account. Are received and ready for delivery to Subscihers, who are particularly re quested to call for them. James Kennedy, sen. 0#tober 8._2 wee. Journeymen Blacksmiths WANTED. Two or three Journeymen Black' I smiths will find constant employ, if immediate application is made to the subscribers.—rl hey will t;r^e tno or three Apprenticei to the above business. Field & Hock, Union street. October 6 eo6t jSiO l ICE. ~ rhe Commissioners will meet ai their (JfS:*c in Fredcrick'-buig, on Saturday the -4t»» c'av of Of tuber next v. »o*oV!ock in the fort noun, to declare a funner ilividemd in the case ot Jiniff Smith. Timothy Brur.dige, Assignee PmnMes r ept -0 —12 lav - 4th‘ )et KO I ICE.' I wUlciihfrSr.il or Unit the BRlUk WARLHOU sU and LOT on the north side ol King street near the corner of Water street, at present occupied by C.I. Catlett, Esq Possession may be had the 11th October next. Apply to , John Tucker. July *. >** John Gardner Ladd, HAS FOR SALE, Muscovado Sugars in hhda. tierces »ni bb'.B. West India Rum in puncheons* Coffee and Pepper in bigs, ^ Imperial, Gunpowder. Young Hy**!4 Skin, and Hyson Teas, of the 1st* est importations, in quarter chest! and l>o*e*, Russia Hemp and Iron, Swedes Iron assorted* Russia Sheetings, Duck aild RtVetfl Duck, 1 bale Spanish Wool, 8 by 10, 7 by 9, 9 by 11, and 10 by If Bristol Glass, in whole and hffif boxes; , Soap, Candles and Codfish in bPX Figs,cs, Li*bon Floor Mats, Whiskey and Apple Brandy in tiercel k bbls. Few qr casks old Sherry, London Paf» ticular Madeira and Streights Red Wine, i Cordage and Lines of various fcorti* Writing and Wrapping Paper* Men* , Women** and Children's ShoM iVbarrels and !)Oxe&* Bottle Cork* il bale*# Sole Leather, Few sacks Liverpool Blown Salt# j Chalk and Planter #f Paris. Alio, PLOUGHS of the most approved construction and one pair French , Burr Mill Stone*. Qctobrr 6. LANDING And for Sate by the Subscribe?* NEW-ENGLAND Rum. Muscovd* do Sugars and in hogs» beads, tierces and barrels, B< & Porki mould and dipt Tallow and Spermaceti Candles, a quantity of Writing & Wrap* ping Paper, a few barrels Tanners1 Oil* •and easks Samos Sweet Wine, 2509 bushels Liverpool blown Salt. John G. Ladd* Who offers for Freight, A FIRST RATH , Ship, ^ In every respect, equip! for a voyage, only one year old, a swift sailer, and carries about 3800 bb!s. flour* Also, for Sale or Freight, THE GOOD BHIOr ECONOMY, Now ready for a Cargo—• Jy burthen 750 barrels. \lh>o, fur Nat) Fork* rXlrv. The Sloop Lark, Captain Blackman, wilt take freight on reasonable terms. October 17 _ __ Yeaton & Conway, Have just reserved from Neiv-York* 20 barrels prime P«»rk 20 do. cargo do. 20 do. prime Beef. I\ STORK, to liluls. first quality Sugar - 30 pieces first do. Rvssia Sheeting 10 do. Russia Duck. Ship Chandlery and Groceries, as UBUali October 14 THE SUBSCRIBER Offers for sale or exchange for good lands above the lUuc Hidgey the fol* lowing described property : A tract of Land about 7 -miles from Alexandrla.in »n healthy an<4 agreeable neighborhood ; containing 6Z'i acres. This land adjoins the lands oi Dr. Craik. Dr. Stuart and William FitsA hugh ; has a large proportion of Wood* good Water, Orchards, See* Also, a moiety of the Farm on which Bazil Williams resides. Also a farm on Potomac River, one mile below the town, con taining by estimation,bet ween 13Sc 14 bun* dred acres, about 700 acres in wood* most of which is heavy timber* 60(1 acres In a compact figure, of valuable* arable low grounds, part of which is fe claimed Pocoson and as rich as any land in the world ; a valuable Herring fishe ry, extensive meadows, and about 100(3 hearing apple and peach trees * taking quality and situation into view, this land may truly be said to be amongst the ^ most valuable of its size on the Potomad river. . - - Also, the Mouse with 6 acres of ground in »nd adjoining tl># town, wherein the subscriber resides.-aa The House is large, built of the best materials and finished in a superiol* style ; the Garden, of 2 acres, is not surpassed In production by any in tlnA part of the country. Terms may b# known by applying to the subscriber* Aug. J. Smith. . 13th October SawSWliW •« _