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[ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, COMMERCIAL AND POLITICAL.
■ PUBLISHED CDJULrjBr 8. SNOWDEN & J D. SIMMS, ROFAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. R ZTTiJn T " tRWAY, July 16,1813. [M* 3999 SALES AT VENDUE. n every Tuesday aid. Friday, mix of. sold, t ths Vendue Store, corner of Prince and Water streets, Variety of Dry Goods, Gro ceries, &c. rtiaP-rn oi which will be Expressed in toe bills ol t-»c day. VI km** of good* which yre on li *»»tl the prices of which fire d* can at any lime be viewed a norchased atths iowest limitation Vi i J nrices. P. O. Mar ft cl Iff. Tor Freight The elegant fast sailing staunch Ship AGAWAM, O.YF. YF..4T? Ol.nj about WO Uarvcls Flour, now perfect rradiness for reception of a to ohn G. Ladd. October ?9. ___ To the Public. 54 order to prevcnt deception, the public arc caatknc 1 not to pu' chase Oil. that ntuy he offered as Paul s nl Columbian Oil, that do not bear e true characteristics ns published by v sole principal agent, Doctor JOHN VE, of Baltimore. Thomas Paul. more, March 9», 1812—Feh. 13. by RICHARD H. LITLE, lexanclvia, agent for the pro |itw«>r ___ r Lots on Centre Street. Lp »a!c or lo be let on ground rent forever Sundry Vacant Lots, It irate o:i cc/nre street, the new street Ctely laid off and gvaveiled leading from tifnosons corner at the turnpike road in b Km* St. at Hoof’s meadow. Some of hese lot* are in tne county of Aleiian Iit*,and others in the county c! Pair!.!* ,ftV.ring a choice to persons inclining to tuy or lease. For term*, apply to the subscriber a r*« orhcc in Alexandria. CHARLES LEE. | December 24__ | LAVVHASON <V FOWLE }L!VE EOF S-ll.b. | THE Cargo of Schooner Traveller, Lpt M* now, from Portland, of 40p0 let met chan tabic and clear Lumber. JLSO, LAXDLVU* mo lbs. Seine and Sewing Twine. |)0 boxes mould and dipt Candies. 130 cases swee; Oil. 110 barrels taooeiV Oil. jFrbnwrv 1 __ r rutuTic nal^. P \ N the ‘id day of August Court ly next, will be exposed to s-'e in at PeciV* Taverv.. it nm Lviouslv disposed a!—a trc.ct of In*iu< EtAtniw* upwivtls of 300 Acres, re.*' Bihcn, in the C >unty of Loudoun.— Eis lane lie* convenient to the Tr.rn E>: Road to the \lexandria market j E< susceptible of improvement from * r rv _ T ...1 ilia mei Oi ran>, «. • »■ nuy : ha. a large portion cf vco meadow kind* .iwl is well watered, improvements «re tdeiabi} toiv ble. rom the increasing value ofland :n v.eighborhco it is worthy the ct of pur. U»>n-. ltmvbc seen irg to Mr C. Mcwait who on the premises *1 rrm* ol sale third in hand, and the hah ree m 6 1C months, with approved secuii to Ceo. N Halls, or in bis nee tifcff T. Ramsay* | 8 _ CuTTON. bales Georgia prime Wool. or sale bv |, G. L<i^d, 1_ wish to dispose ot, on terms a Young Xegro ll'o enexceptionable character. She servant end excellent nurse. ALSO TO HIRE, Bov, al>out 14 or years of can be recommended as a bouse Tane H. Slacum. if iq foreign 6/jt’C buo^fs. FOR SALE, the Jail of Fairfax county, a very Young Man, who has been accus to house service, but is capable thing. Apply to Jons on the Little River *. Sawtf | # TO RENT, A Commodious Brick DWELLING* HOUSE, oh a Spacious Lot, upper end of Cameron Street. Apply to John G. Ladd, IVko has for Saley just come to hand, One Box, yard wide Irish LINEN, assorted. December 2 _ Yeaton & Conway, Have just reseived from Kew-Yor<, 20 barrels prime Pork?** 20 do. cargo do. 20 do. prime Beef. /.V STORE, 10 hhds. first quality Sugar 30 pieces first do. Russia Sheeting 10 do. Russia Duck. « ' Ship Chandlery and Groceries, as usual. ! October 14 For \'ew-York or Boston The fast sailing scheoncr Betfey Ann, J. fircckuniy, master ; will take 400 barrels freight, on reasonable terms Apply to Wheelwright Ket(ell. Who have lor sale l SO bbls. Tanners Oil .• 20 do. No. I Beef 4000 yards Russia Crash 40 pieces do. Sheetings 1 c..sc do. Quills 40bushels Clover Seed 50 boxes Herrings January 29 PLAlSl'Ek PARIS, See. ■ FOR SALE, The C*iRGO of tchvoner Specie, viz. 90 ions Pltistrr Paris 75 boi:es \ lerrings 100 boxes Mould C?.ndle» 12 boxes Windsor Soap: ; g FOR BOSTON, r ' ' S-id Schooner * 1; SPECIE, ^osiu/i /'arrow, Master; i , 1',* sail next week ; will receive ••■sight on reasonable terms. Apply ,o 1 JOHN G. LADD. Grnr-rv 9 3. d V VO is. iiO& i , J iie ?s*» vet Sc fast sailing VF.NU'. will t,kc sOO bag* freight. Apply to JOHN G. LADD, J77to has for Sale, 100 b«rie!s best black i'c^per. J t(U!?.rv *-8. d ioo Dollars Reward, 11 LQPFD front Fairfield,in the coun ty edFrtderick and Commonwealth of Virginia, on or about the 7fh d.*y <d March last. a negro slave named AN THONY the ponperty of the late Wil liam il Page deceased. Anthony is a bunt 5 f« ct 9 incites in l'.eig11, ol a sub substantial form, a light yellow complcc and rather of an afTeminMe voice. He is about 28 t ears of age, was brought up a house servant and has been accus tomed to that course of employment ell > • i• t* «i • _ __» __.i,.. i;i3 lilt. lie n C\ V, VI m vai ' a|iauu; and considerable ingenuity—he reads— he p.ays the fiddle—unci possesses a great mechanical turn—he can do rough carpenters* work and make combs. The uhr\e reWaid will he given if Anthony should be apprehended at the distance of 100 miles from Fairfield, and brought to the subscriber* living in Alexandria. Hu! it apprehended at the distance of | less than 100 miles, Fifty Dollars will be ! given if he is secured in goal, and ik> tice given to the subscribers. Tho. Swann, Edmd. I. l ee, Admr a. 0/ JVm. B. Page, dcc'd May 3 j The Editor* of the Federal Republi- j can, National Intelligence* and Gazette i ot the Unired States, will publish the a- j b*»ve in »heir papers, and send their ac- J counts to this office. j For Boston The schooner ELIZA, George Stodder, master ; For Freight of 200 barrels, Applr to JACKSON Sc RUMNEY. ! January 30. j Lawrason & Fowie, Have just received—and/or Sale, 220 Boxes fresh RAISINS. May *4 j. O. SIMMS W"WTILL continue the practice of the y| law in the Circuit Court for the County of Alexandria. Hi* Office is above the Printing-Office ot the Alex tadria Gazette* < FOR S ALE, f THE BRI-X INDUSTRY, Carries 1300 barrel* flour, two years and a halt old. a I very superior built vessel, and can be sent to sea at a small expence. Apply to LAVVRAS0N Sc FOWLE. January 27 jolin GardnenLadd HAS FOR SALE, k Muscovado bugars in hbds. tierces and !>bls. West India Rum in puncheons, Coffee and Pepper in bag?-, Imperial, Gunpowder. Young Hyson Skin, and Hyson Teas, ol the lat est importations, in quarter chests and boces, Russia Hemp and Iron, Swedes Iron assorted, Russia Sheetings, Duck and Ravens Djuck, bale Spanish Wool, by 10,7 by 9, 9 by 11, and 10 by 12 Bristol Glass, in whole and half boxes, Soap, Candler and Codfish in box* Fig8,e», Lisbon Floor Mats, Whiskey and Apple Brandy inlier^i 6c bids. Few qr casks old Sherry, Lonoon Par. ticuhr Madeira and SHeights Red . Wine, Cordage and Lines of various sorts, Writing and Wrapping Paper, Men's, Women's unci Children % Shoes Ii/barreU ami boxes, Bottle *Corks in bales, Sole Leaih«r. Few ta<*ks Liverpool Blown Salt, » m • . r n _• Alto. PLOUGHS of the most approved con .traction. and one pair French Parr Mill Slones. October 6 __ artificial Mineral vVaters. . 1 THE subscriber has re-eonsmenced running for the season, S.nlu and Seltxer Waters. Rochelle and other Waters kept in bottles, or prepared cx tomporaneouMy for those who inaychoose *.o drink them at the Fountains. Richard H Li tie. Apothecary and Druggist. March 20_ ' FRESH FR.UU’. A'ovj handing and for Hale by Adams, Herbert & Co. 175 Boxes fresh BI0910 and Muscatel Raisins. 62 Casks do. do. 50 Quintals best Soft Shelled Al monds. 10 Boxes Lemmons. 15 Kcj^s fresli Olives. March 4.___ NEW SHAD. 200 bbls. extra size, prime SH.iD, No. 1. tOJt SALE BT Joseph Mandeville. Corner of King K? Fairfax Sts* April 30. valuable farm FOR SALE. HE vuovcriber offers for sale his h\rm, lying on Mattox Creek, in the county of Westmoreland and state of Virginia; containing about 2C0 acres of prime bottom land; there are on the premises a large two story frame dwel ling house, with all necessary out hous e*.; a fine young thriving apple and peach o;chard; the land abounds with springs of excellent water—the house is situate on the banks of the Creek, in w!»i< h there is always a plenty ol the heal kinds of fish in their season, end ovsters may be had in abundance with in a half mile of the house. Vessels of 60 to 100 tons burthen can come within twenty yards of the landing.— 160 acres of the above land is cleared and fit for culture, and the residue well timbered ALSO, One other tract situate at the upper part of what is called the Irish neck, fc about two and one half m>les from the | above described property, containing t62 1-2 acres, one hundred of which is cleared and the remainder heavily um bered—there is on this farm a comfort able dwelling house, containing ‘.v>ur rroms on a floor, a kitchen, a good ap- ' pie orch-rd, and excellent wa»er. The above property will be sold on good tenms for cash, or stock in any of the ; banks within the District of Columbia —or a reasonable credit will be given for a part of the purchase money, by the payment being well secured by deed of trust or otherwise. Apply to Eliot Muse. Red Hill, Fairfax cf. April I. co Haister Pai :s, &C. 10 Tons Plaistcr Paris, 123 Grindstones, assorted sizes, 20 Bari c Is Prime Beef, 20 do Prime Pork, I Nov landing from Schr. Catherine, Car-tait^Hftlbrook, from N. York, and for | Sale by Jackson & Rumney. November U For Bofton. 300 Barrels can be taken on board the schooner Catliariue, Capt Holbrook. Apply as above. Clover Seed, Salt, &c. John G. LADD HAS FOR SALK, Landing from Schooner Leader, 2000 bushels Liverpool coarse Salt, A few Tierces fresh red Clover*Seed, Sooo lbs. excellent Cheese, loo bushels Potatoes. February 16 FOR C ADIZ, . THE SHIP LORENZO, J. Wash) Master; Is a superior vessel, having perform ed hut one voyage. She is daily ex pected from un eastern port, and a con siderable part of her cargo engaged— the remainder will be taken on reason able terms. For Freight, The cofifiered Brig ELIZA. _ _ __F.UfihaU't (rreeltj9 Matter f Burthen about 2000 Darrels—is in very respect a first rate vessel. ALSO. THE PRIG BETS E Y, Joel Prince, Master ; Bur*hen auout 3000 bar rel. nearly a ne w vessel, in complete order# FOR SALE, THE bRIG LLOYD, Burthen 1800 barrels, a superior vessel, in complete or^er FUR BOSTON, The Bris ; \ Elder Snow, Stetson^ Master, Ready to receive a cargo, a ‘ onai leiVde part of which is engag'd. A fcw oarreis •vi*! oe taken on freight at a moderate price# Lawrafon & Fowle. Januarr 20 tOR ^ \ Lh, On board the sloo/i Priscilla, now lying at Merchants Wharfs A Hhds. retailing Molasses 200 Bushels Liverpool Salt 30 Blown do# 50 Patfttoes I November 14 d N U U U L. HE Partnership of COTTOM feTEWARl was Dissolved on the 1st inslant by mutual consent— These having claims against the firm wil please piesent them for payment— and those indebted call and settle their accounts with John A. Stkwart, who is fulfv authorised to settle the same. Peter Cottom. John A. Stewart. April 8 'i he Public are respect fully informed that the Business will be continued and conducted by JOHN A. STEWART, who thankful for past f.ivors, solicits a continuance of the same. ___ jW Superfine Yellow Bark, DR.SAJVFOKD'S improved POW DER of the B ARK, having been used and highly approved by many phrsi ciin» of distinguished character in diffe rent parts of the United States ; the proprietor is now encouraged to offer it to the faculty in general, under the persuasion, thht no practitioner of taste, in the choice, of hi* me;ns, can fail to be gratified in the use of this elegant preparation.— in strength, fineness and cert aim v o! operation, it greatly sur passes the bark in common use* ALSO, The ESSFATIAL SALT 0/ BJRK piepcred by the same. The above articles are put up in par cels of different sixes, to accommodate the usual wants of not only physicians, but of retail druggists, country mer* chants and private families.—Sold by James Kennedy, sen. Bookseller; and nt §tket *&F*on AUxvndm. % Land jor *&alc. I will sella great bargain in a small FARM, containing one hundred *»d forty ;>rres, lying in the county of F; ir fax, adjoining the lands of the late Dr. Henry Rose and Mr* Catharineftrown, about six miles from the town ol Alex andria and the same distance front me City ot Washington ..nd Georgetown There is on said Farm a small Dwell • ing ;.‘»use. Kitchtn kc « plenty ct‘ timber f r its suppoi t. about ten acres of excellent treadow Dud, and abounds wi h good w ater. Any person wishing to purchase will apply to tue subscri ber who live* near srid Farm, and will shew the premises rii.i make known the terms of salt. June 8 Boot and .'hoe Blacking. JOHNSON RESPECTFULLY informs the gen tlemen of Alexandria, that be bat taken a stand near the corner of Royal, on King street, under Mr Giifhth’s store, where he intends carrying on the busi ness of Blacking Boots and Shoes, and Cleaning Fair Tops. Having followed jthe business in the northern cities, for some time past, he flatters himself he shall be able to give entire satisfaction to his employers, in respect to neatness, despatch and the excellent quality of his blacking. He will wait on gentlemen in the morning for their boots and shoes, which he will return in the course of the day, or im mediately to those who desire it. His mode of cleaning preserves the shape of the boot, and his blacking softens and enriches the leather. May 18 x Just r eceived for sale AM HONK RHODES, 3 Boxes of Domestic Goods, con raining Bedticking, Shnnbravs. Giug* bams, Plaids ami Stripes, Sh?v,i» Cotton Threads, a few pieccc of fine quality S*tinetts mixed colors, fitcU any drrh colored superfine Cloth, co»* ton Shirting. TN STORE. Chiton Twiit white and colored Mens* *nd Women*! fine and coarse Sloes Mens* fine und coarse HaU Saddle* and Trunks 20 kegs of first quality Chewing To . bacco, io'g Tv ist 20 kegs of IVnrl-Asli 40 pieces blue India Cotton Cotton, Candles and Groceries as usual. June 22 RUSSIA SHEETINGS. 120 pieces R ussia Sheetings just received and for sale by Lawrason & Fowle. ALSO IN STORM, 220 boxes frc*h Raisins, 300 boxes mould and dipt Candles, 300 boxes brown Soap. July 9 83* 3°°° lbs. Smithfield Hams, just received and for sale by Wm. garner. July 9 6t. Merino Wool. Oifls Bale first quality Merino Wool, for bale by J. G. Ladd. June 21 ■' ■■'■■■■ ■ ■ ■■■' ^ notice. AT a meeting of the Pctomac Steam Boat Company, held in the City of Wash ington, June 17, 18! 3—Retotvedy That the President in ca»e of failure of pay ment of .My ins'alment or instalments, by a?*y stockholder of this company, bo authorised to advertise the stock of such delinquent st ck holder for sale, a\d to set) the same for the benefit of xba com pany agre ably to the terms of the ori ginal subscr; tion. and to the power* granted by the charter of the state of Virginia. Test, B. H. L.ATROBE, Secretary. July 14 3t 83* NOTICE. The Battalion Court* of Enquiry will be held on Saturday the 17tb instant, at ie o’clock A. M for lise?urpo*c of as sessing fines for delinquencies. . By order of tbe Commandant * ALEX’a. HUNTER, Adj. 1R.2 B,M. D C. July 15 , 3t t