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r^JDRIA GAZETTE, COMMERCIAL AND POLITICAL.
PUBLISHED (DAILY) BF S. SJiGWDEN & J. D. SIMMS, ROFAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. _ ' SATURDAY^ May i, 1813. • [A70. 3941 TVEN'^r L,nd Friiay, > uf3^» ^:V' ,'gc. ., '..■i! cee*Pressed ^are ,nn!?; ' „i which are c„ Marftel’.pr. } i>iClN /;;• ,i ijpr^iiloT, , , oy.ost'e ,yy ^ 7*rj;/ r/'jV/?5— !• in addition to •. t-Ap^r;'! a< SlocKi'! »> HC. of the Br«t qua. L *.U ^il whole on as H lcrnis a‘ '*■ n i-Ulumove or V;M ’•’< and je 5*to?‘‘c:i on th® c-sb, or on a S0™ /w received n i*e Sir^al Usttu Ityrit Midi: t nr s < lice Sitters, ;t fti Coughs, 5,..'.2: r.ptia's, ^c. Poolers, the rasie, f lent. kc. kc> p.iush p:ice given ir Freight w cVv.ii fas! sailing cch Ship awam, TE.fS OLD,) I I'lour, now N tir reception cT a )z\ G. i^add. ic Pub’ic. :»vent, reception, the ■ : rot to purciv sc iy in- cilered as Paul’s 0.1. tha* do rot hear u«; <» pubuMied by l-:or.», Doctor jOilN Bore. Thomas Paul. I12U813—Feb. 13. (CHARD H. LITLF, ^agent for the pro* . tiiria \!i'.st iun, [ *cc>. on <*i ^ • }’ c x co; >; vr f: > from ? M.—-.u»ci on Wed* kforo 6 to S o’clock, fv'cnt it a pleamre, ,"1 v *’-*•' mp an ^ ,cm* - Nature rcul Ait, nig :'f Museum, is at nlj ' .uM-h-rancc ji.r 5 -FmS, eacu visit— * cents. 1 se\’t7 •Jr- " ^ HOUSE with ^.-U the Upper end » ^ v>, u, convenient y~\ lwo acres of H''°i Water street. ^ Patton, jr. Boston jv^nfp ELIZA, master; b,vcu, S°x k RUMXEY. flk FOWLE /2 ^ s&ssr* Twine. *e (j. “ ‘Cl Candles. Tp RENT, A Commodious Brick DWELLING MOUSE, oh a Spacious Lot, upper end of Cameron Street. Apply to John G. Ladd, Who hoe fir Sale, just come to hand, One Box, yard wide Irish LINEN, assorted. | December 2 _»_ Yeaton c# Coaway, Nave just reached from New-Yor*y 30 barrels prime Pork do. cargo do. to do. prime Beef. /V STORE, 10 lthds. first quality Sugar 30 pieces first do. Russia Shooting 10 do. Russia Duck. Ship Chandlery and Groceries, at usual, i October 14 : For New-York or Boston. The fast sailing schooner Betfey Ann, J* Brockway, master ; 'will take 400 barrels freight, on reasonable terms Apply to Wheelwright 1$ KettelL Who have for sale 1 50 bbls. Tanners w i j 20 do. No. 1 Bedf 1 4000 yards Russia Crash 40 piecct do. Sheeting* 1 oust do. Quills 40 bushels Clovef Seed 50 boxes Herrings January 29 v v w n t tr ■ n TK&rm rkuii. JVow Landing and for Sale by Adams, Herbert & Co. 175 Boxes fresh Bloom and MusGatel Raisins. 61 Calks do. do. 50 Quintals best Soft Shelled Al monds. 10 Boxet Lemmons. 15 Kegs fresh Olives. March 4. _ PLAii iEk PARio, See. FOR SALE. The CdRGO of tchooner Sfiecie, viz. 90 tons Piaislcr Paris 75 boxes Herrings 100 ooxes Mould Candles 12 boxes Windsor Sou pc for” POSTON, Said Schooner SPECIE, Jcsiah Farrow, Master ; To sail next week , will receive freight cn reason*!1 ' terms. Apply to JOHN G. LADD. Jjnuarv 28. d FOR BOS 1 ON, The stout & fast sailing l^t#KseVr VENUS, will take 500 bags freight. Apply to JOHN G. LADD, Who has for Salet 100 barrels best black Pepper. January 2R. SUSPeNDERS. An assortment ol tire above article* imy be lml ut the Manufactory, lower end of l^incc Street—Handsome pat terns and low prices. Richard H or well. April 6., dim. N. B. A few of Horwell’s patent 5c extra quality Nett Suspenders, tinished in a very superior stile. NOTICE. r'HF. public a’ e informed that a Fish Wharf will be established on j Jones’s Point, for their accommodation i during the season. Persons wishing to put up fish wiW be r.ccomm»dated with ground ior their stands gratis. March __^ Notice. THE Stockholders in the Hunting Creek Bridge Compinv, are no tified, that an Election, for i President aud Four Directors, will be held at the I Toll-House on Monday the 3d day of ’ May next. Jno. HoofF, Treasurer• AprP 5._ • just imbiishea , Price g 1 50 in boards, , , ARATOR. Being a series of Agricultural Essays, Practical ami Political— in 61 numbers — By a citizen of Virginia. Fer Sale by R#bwt Grriy. March 26 FOB SALE, ®THE BRIO INDUSTRY, Carries 1300 barrels flour, two years and a half old, a very superior built vessel, and can be sent to sea at a small expence. Apply to LAWRAS*N & FOWLE. January 27 John Gardner Ladd HAS FOR SALE, ?»Tuscovado Sugars in hhds. tierces and . bbls. Wefr*. India Rum in puncheons, Coffee and Pepper in bags. Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson Skin, and Hyson Teas, of the lat est importations, in quarter chests and boxes, Russia Hemp and Iron, Swedes Iron assorted, Russia Sheetings, Duck, and Ravens Ducic, bale Spanish Wocl, by 10, 7 by 9, 9 by 11, and 10 by 12 Bristol Glass, in wnole and half boxes, Soap, Candles and Codfish in box* Figs,es, Lisbon Floor Mats, ! Whiskey and Apple Brandy in tierces > & bbls. Few qr casks old Sherry, London Par. ' ticular Madeira and Streights Red Wine, Cordaye and Lines of various sorts, Writing and Wrapping Paper, Men’s, Women’s and Children** Shoes injbarrclsand boxes, Bottle Cork* in bales, Sole Leather, Pew sacks Liverpool BloiVn Salt, Chalk and Hlauter ol rans. Also, PLOUGHS of the most approved construction and one pair French Burr Mill Stones. October 6. Not-ice is hereby given to the poor women ol the town of Alexan dria, that on application to the subscri ber, they can be turnished with cotton to spin, and that a liberal p' ice will be paid for SPINNING the same.. lfaac Robbins. Who has for Salty Cotton suitable lor making carpels, spun by tWa y»t>or ol the town, and the proceeds of widen will be applied to ♦heir relief. v / Decetnber 16. ADAM LYNN, G/i/iosite the Mechanic's Hanky King St, HAS FOR SALB, A large & General Assortment of Ironmongery, Cutlery and Saddlery, viz.— Brass ard Iron-Run door Locks Stock, Locks, Pad Locks Drawer and Chest Lacks Hinges ot all kinds, Screws Plated and Tinned Btidle Bitts : Btirrims and Bridl# Buckles Plated Spurrs Files and Rasps, Brass Candlesticks Snuffers, Knives and Forks, Penknives Razors, Scissors, Tutania Spoons Brass Wares, Fisb Hooks, Shoe Knives Awls and Tacks Needles and Pins, Curry-comb* Plated and Gilt Buttons Walk den** Ink-Prwder Looking-Glasses, Funis Britannia Tea-Pots, Sheep Shears Carpenters Toels, Hand, Cross-Cut and Mill Saws, Anvils and Y'ices Truce Chairs—and a variety ef ether articles. ALSO, Grass and Grain Scythes and Siekles Bar Iron, Steal, Nail Reds and Hoop Iron Gold and Siver YWe, Swords, Epaulet* Lace, Cord and Plumes April 11 Public bale. THE Subscriber will positively sell, on the second Tuesday in May next at Port Tobacco, (being the day the Or ! Phan's Court is held) to the highest | bidder, twelve likely NEGRO MEN & l \YtOMEN, and amongst them is a very valuable Carpenter. Jerrard Rebertson. April at._d“\ NOTICE. | FT1HE Stockholders of the Mechanics* B Bank of Alexandria, are hereby notify (I,that a dividend ef profits of 4 »pr cent, on the capital »tock paid in, » thu djy declared payable te them, or their legal representative*, on Friday, 12th instant . By order ei the President and DirtBtora. WM. ?ATON, Jr* Ca»hi$r. dtf Plaister Paris, &c. 10 Tons Plaister Paris, 125 Grindstones, assorted sizes, 20 Barrels Prime Beef, 20 do Prime Pork, Now landing from Schr. Catherine, Captaii^Holbrook, from N. Yta'k, and for Sale by Jackson & Rumney. November l-f' For Bofton. 300 Barrels can be taken on board the schooner Catharine, Capt Holbrook; Apply as above. Glover Seed, Salt, &c. JOHN G. LADD HAS FOR SALE, Land^g from Schooner Leader, 2000 bushels Liverpool coarse Suit, A few Tierces fresh red Clover Seed, 3doo lbs. excellent Cheese, loo bushels Potatoes. February 16 FOR CADIZ, TsiE SHIP LORENZO, _ J. Wash^ Master s l7a superior vessel, oaring perform ed but one voyage. She is daily ex pected from an eastern poll, and a con siderable part of her cargo engaged— the remainder will be taked on reason able terms. For Freight, The copfiered Brig ELIZA. b.EHfihalet Greelut Master ; Burthen about 2000 barrels—is in very respect a fir*t rate vessel. THE BRIG BETS E Y, Joel Prince, Matter ; Burttycn anout 3000 war rck, nearly a new vessel, in complete order# FOR SALE, y-'gv . THE BlUG /£\ L L O Y D, j Burthen 1800 barrels, a superior vessel, in complete FOR BOSTON, The B-'g * Flder Snow, , J. Stetson, Master, Ready to receive a cargo, a considerable part of which is engaged. A law barrels will be#taken on freight at a moderate price. Lawrafon & Fowte. January 26. ~ "FOR FREIGHT, The fn^t-seHing schooner I , Mary-Ann, .Horatio Middleton, Master. TurthelT800 Barrels—will be ready I for the reception of a cargo in 6 days. ! Arvnlv to Adams, Herbert & Co. Who have Just received for $ale> I H8 Bales first quality Upland Cotton, 61 lilids. do. do. Muscovado, 15000 wt. Green and White Coffee, 53 hhds. and tiorces Molasses, 25 puncheons Rum, 12 chests Young Hyson Tea, §0 casks Brown Stout, 25 kegs Harris’s Tobacco, 135 boxes and half boxes Segar*, 500 >vt. Race Ginger, k 50 apanish Hides. ALSO, 40 tons Planter Pari*, 40 barrels Tar. March 4. . ‘ ri*R Siii.lT On board the sloop Prucilta, now lying at Merchants Wharf 4 Hhds. vetailing Molasses 500 Busiiek Liverpool Salt 30 Blown dos 50 Patatoes November 14 d N OTIC e. THE Partnership of COTTOM 9 STEWART was Dissolved on I the 1st instant b'y mutual consent. Those having claims against the firm vvil please present them tor paj'ment and those indebted cull and xt»trlc thoii accounts with John \. Ptfwart, who is fully authorised to settle the same. Peter Cottom. Jehn A. Stewart v April 8 The Public are respect fully informed that the Business will be Continued and conducted by JOHN A. STEWART, who thanfcfol for paat favors, solicit* a continiiapco of tfcp sasno. Wanted to Purchase A few Hundred Hagahrada Ufifiir tuxant Maryland TOBACCO. Apply te TfiQmas Irwin. April 17 *4t ' » ... -.. too Dollars Reward. 4| m RAN A WAY from the subscriber, living at Sully, in the County of Fair fax, (Virginia,) a Negro Sian slave named WILLIAM, who calls hiMself Wnt. Burweii—Me is a Mulatto, about 21 year* old, live feet eight or ten in ches high, straight and well made; he is active, fluent, artful, intelligent and very tim'd. His visage is thin, check bones rather high, eyes large, nose ve ry flit, forehead low and generally co vered with wool—lips large and fl*t, and from a peculiar formation of the bones of his jaws appear to be swoln just below the e.avs. He reads and writes tolerably vrcll, and will undoubt edly exhibit a pass of some kind. He wore aw*y a black cloth coat, wlpch ap pears to be ra;ir.r small for him j a pair of country cloth pantaloons made of cotton and black vai n, an old light colored fcurtout; but he might easily obtain e change af cloathing. He waa suspected of going to Alexandria, where his father, a freed man named Nat Bn: well, lives He has served mo mmy years, as a house servant; and has lived in Alexandria, Staunton, in the the county of Middleaex, (where he was born) & in Fairfax. Foraome months he waited in the Tavern of Opt. Ceorgc i timer, of Staunton, I will give the above Reward for the delivery of said slave to roe, or safely lodgiag him in the J*il of Alexandria o* Fairfax, if he be brought from a dis tance exceeding 50 miles—and Fifty DeHart if from a less distance. Francis L. Lee. April 13. ff**Th« Editors of the Federal Re publican are rocjuesten to give this two or three insertions and forward their account 'o Messrs Snowclcn k Simms, Ep.scopal Convention. A CONVENTION ofthe Protest ant Episcopal Church in the Commonwealth of Vh gir.ia will be held in the City of Richmond on the fourth Tuesday in May next, being the 25th day of the said r.-onth. Each Parish will send two Deputies, of whom the Minister shall be one, arid these Paa i ishes where there is no Minister, it is required that two Lav* en be chosen. The Clerical Deputies are reque sted to lay before the Convention, a full statement of the Church within tbe care of each respectively, agreeable to the 12th Canon for the government of the said Church. r>y me goiit^juoh, G. Denea la! Sec’ry. April 20 yrj* Editors of Newspapers in Vir. pinl* are requested to give the above a few insertions. To be »old or let on ground Rent forever. I WISH to sell or rent my Bake House, the Dwelling-House attached to it. and the Lot thereunto belonging, situated at thfi corner of Oronoko and Water streets, formerly occupied by Mr. Andrew Jamieson. It is an excel lent building and extends westwarcily from Water street about 123 iect. I will t’ke a low price for it. I will also sell or let on ground rent forever, several very handsome lota on Commerce street, between Fayette and West streets, and an half acre lot on the South West corner of Payne and Prince streets. These lots are in the most improving part of the town and are daily increasing in value. Also, a very handsomely situated Lot on the east side of Washington street, between Judge Fitzhugh’s new brick house and Queen street. 1 hit Lot is 63 feet front and runs oastward ly 175 feet to a 10 feet alley—it has aL so the benefit of another 10 feet alley on the south aide of it. Also, three lots at the upper end of King Street in the very* centre of the pre^nt rapid improvements, going on the. . Also, a lot on the north west corner of Queen and St. Asaph itreets, and se veral other lots situated on Queen, St. Asaph, Oronoko, Water, and Union streets. . John Dundas. March ^0 «llwfceo«