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~V ' ,IM ^ ^ .I,. _. i i.- ■">,111 1 n*t ' l,ll,l,^^: w Zzrrzlziz^zl---■ Alexandria gazette, i- ' " 1 ji-ilii!—'-mj.. ■>.■". ■' ' ■'"<r,',"e8fa,uw> „.i. t< . -T"'~ ■ . ''~i — PUBLISHED DJWjF, BY S. SA'OWDEtf, ROYAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. . ■ * _Iiiiiijitiiiiiji ^Lf— - —^—————-——"**^***'***""**"*—>»—— L \r/l WEDNESDAY, May 29, 1816. , [4618 / ~ii , i 1—-i— —A——i———rt—pm——^ ' —— ' ■ ' -■■— "Tales at vendue. r -> every Tuesday and Friday., U WILL P« SOLD, . i^Ko Vendue Store, corner of Prince * and Water Streets, A VARIETY OF jh-u Goods, Groceries, Sfc. Particular of which will be expressed in riXU the bills of the day. \11 kind of goods which are on ,;*u£on and tlie prices of which aye rtjUri, can at any time be viewed ar.d purchased at the lowest limitation aatipnee- p G ?JATlsTELLKTt. ~~ Landing this i>ay. £75 bags CoflVe 45 tierces Rice 15 bales Cotton, from sloop'Little Cherub, For pale by ddautSy Rtvbtvi & Co. april £9. - "tad of superior quality FOlt SA$E. THE subscriber wishes to sell the firm on which he at present re sides, containing about 900 acres, mo..t of which are rich low grounds ami per fectly level, a part of valuable cs tite'loivueVljr belonging toy the late Thacker Washington, Esc;, lying on toe ! Potomac, in King Otorg? ceuoty, in tse Northern Eeck of 'Tginia. anout .w , miles oeimv lac cuy «»* " b'lildic-js on this farm, consisdn^ ci a ^ooil dwelling-house nearly new, and all the necessary cut houses, a.c c»* 1 c -l** . hted for the ^ccumiuixkvtiou of a genteel Mmity. These improvements, with an enclosed garden and yard annexed there to, capable of bein" made useful and handsome, are Situated convenient to a spriog of good water, oh an eminence commanding an elegant view ot all the low grounds belonging to this estate, to ivbidi are attached valuable fisheries, a plenty of wood and timber, line pastu rage, marshes, waters, &c. tor every kind of stock and wild fowl in their season and oysters are very convenient. * l»« products of the farm can be delivered without any extra expense, from its own ihores on navigable waters lor large ves sels t any port of the United States *. and with all ti. ese substantial advantages the very extensive and beautiful prospect aflhrded by this healthy scat, of the rivei Potomac, Mach., dock Creek and the neighboring situations around both, on the Virginia and Maryland shares is highly interesting. Unquestionable title will be made to the purcluiser; and tor the terms and examination of the pre mues, applications are to be made to Warner W ashington. Ki*g George County, Virginia, March 23 * tf Land for ' ale. THK fri’bacriber oilers for *ale two small FARM- in the county of Westmoreland ami state <>f V irginia— ; Ooe on Mati.ix Creek, containing 200 ! acre*-, principally land of the first tjuali- j A .. I V 1 *• I *, 1*1 1 *iu oi which is neu\;.j uinuerec.— al*rc is mi %>n< tract a good dwelling I house, with a!! necessary out-houses, a ' fine young apple and poach orcha d, j springs of never failing streams conveui vr't. The house stands on the banks of tlie creek where every convenience and luxury that ihe season can afford is at tached to it. ALSO, One other i>act, lying and being in the same county, about one and a halt Bides trotn the” above tract, containing and half acres, about 150 acres of 'yhich U in good timber—there is a dwel* kQS house, kitchen, and an apple or J-ard v.’jth some other valuable fruit at Ucued to this, with a spring of good \vn For terms apply to Baldwin M. or Hen y Beauc«ek, both of 'yhich gentlemen live near the premises, ^ *>8bscriber in Alexandria. eIliot Muse. mo. 2S editors of the N. Intelligencer Er* ^quested to insert the above two and send their account to this of i'orty Dollars Kewatd. 2ton nttay from the subscriber some _ e *n the middle of January last, a ne Gro »‘rl named ,i[aria* about 12 or IS yeuts old, thin visage, richer yellow c<Xi\p;ectioti, has a very noted mark on her arms said to be a natural f551 ** ,r01n her birth, rather lighter than complect,on, speaks very quick w hen *en tu- It is expected that she is in lt town of Alexandria or its vicinity, as Sr*^ TUS Parch‘"sed of a Mr. Chernault, tRd has a mother living in that place.— Lie above reward will be given lor se ^ormg ner in soiwq j*iV or delivering her y me at Eli Legs; ^ tavern in Alcx.ua uaa. Gc&rzz Farlct}. ' May IS \f QEIGLY’g Burr Mill Stone Manufactory. THE subscriber has received a large supply of BURR BLOCKS, direct from France / andhas^omnienced mak j ing Burr Mill Stones, at his shop, upper | end of King street, near the storfetf Mr. j James Anderson, where he carf; on a 1 short notice, furnish Stones of any size, warranted equal to any in the United . S-ates, and on the most reasonable terms. Michael Quigty i 6 ._ tf Lost o’’ mislaid, j A certificate for 100 shares of the Stock of the Marine Insurance Compa ny of Alexandria, numbered from No. 551 to 630 inclusive, in the name of James Ileron, for renewal ot which ap plication w ill be made to the office ef the said company. James Taylor, Jutt. Executor of James lieron, dec’d. March 30 tf Dissolution of Partnership. THE partnership heretofore existing unde.i the firm of Cawood and Smith, is this day dissolved by mutual consent Danief Cawood is fully authorised to set tle the concerns ot the late firm, by whom the business will be continued. * Daniel Cawood, Thos. H. Smith. March S3, Boiling Cloths. The subscriber lias just received b> the General Lingan, Captain W eston, from Amsterdam, a large & elegant as sortment of Bolting Cloths, o' a superior quality, which will be offered for sale at the store of Mr. James Anderson. Am os Alexander • Octfibcr 6. Fresh Teas. This day landing from the schr. Liberty Cap . Bears, from Boston, Impend & Young Hyson Teas of the Canton’s importation in Apiil 1816. And for sole bn Bryan ilampson a Co. april cr ” NOTICE. TI1E Stockholders of the Warrcnfon Company are hereby notified, that the • lection for a Resident and twelve Ili .ectors advertised to be held at Ihe Of fice ot the Company on JJonday the 22d mstant, is postponed until the 6ih day of June next. John A. W. Smithy Casltr. april 25 _ Burr Miii Stone Manufactory. Bay. Brown and Sen, Respectfully inform Uu Toblic that thev have commenced the mairufactnre of BURR MILL STONES, on the cor nei of Patrick and Cameron streets, in the town of Alexandria, where they arc readv to receive any orders w th which they may be lavorril, and will exccu r them with all despatch and in the best nor. They have received an assortment of Bolting Cloths Of good quality, and intend keeping a constant supply. May 4 tf - — ■■■-'■- .""" 20 puncheons rum, 10 hiuls. araaica sugar,' Received and f:»r sale by Griffith and Brawner. May 13 __ Shad Herrags. LINDSAY AND HILL, j Have just received ; 150 bbis. of prime Shad for family • use. Also, 500 bbis. gross & nett iicr-; ring*. May 13_____ I ‘•eight or charter, j superior Ship S l ER-! W. L. Ross, master; en 240 tons, is British built, four years old, carries above 2500 barrels, anil sails well. For terms applv to _ 1 John G. Ladd cf Co. May 10 tf Cash will be given For 200h 1ms. Virginia tobacco of good quality, by Lawrason and Faivle• Marc1** 21 Landing, This day. froth the British sloop George, at Ramsay’s wharf, Seven hiuls. and twelve tierces sugar, Twenty puncheons nrm, twenty do. tnolasae?, For salt bv Shad and Herring. FOR SALE Bt ANTHONY RHODES, 150 barrels prime shad 150 do do herrings May 18 . . _ _ , _ _ __n-| -- New Teas, At reduced. Prices, Sic. - . 50 chests Gunpowder, ImperialHy son and Young Hyson, superior quality | TEAS, of the Citasseur’s caigo. 10 setts Tea China 50 boxes Bloom Raisins, For sale by Mandcvillc & Larmour. May 10 Strayed About a week ago from this place, three COWS, of the following descrip tion as nearly as can be recollected, viz. One red milch, with a white face, and one dark brindle milch, with the tip of one or both horns sawed off—Jlho% a red Cotv, far advanced with calf, with a speckled face or neck, and a bell. From a strict search having been mode in the neighboring wood and pastures, it is supposed some person must have taken, them into their enclosures: In such case they are requested to inform the subscriber. A reasonable reward will he given fur such information as will I'fi/Mvi'rr William Hodgson. Bell even* near Alexandra, May 18 Fhs. Prunes, Filberts etc. S9 boxes Real Turkey Figs 50 ditto best French Prunes 49 sacks Filberts 5 baskets.,French Saliad Oil 10 barrels French Wine-Vinegar 10 bags Corks 12 tierces Rice. Fur sate by Mandeville & Larmour. May 1. TOBACCO. ASH will be given for TOBACCO of the New Crop, by J & G. Plummer. 120 Laborers Wanted, For foe PUBLIC WORKS at J-'ort Washington, on the Potomac, for which a liberal price will be given Application may be made immediate ly* W, K Armistead, Lt. Col. of engineers. Ma« 18 • ~ tf •V V • .*• r.iW. For sale or freight, /i'k The ship Hazard, WilliamCrabtrce, jr. master, bui then about 3700 barrels, is v.eii found, has performed but two i vovaees, and in complete order wr the reception of a cargo. Also, for freight, rf~& The new and fast sailing knig Panopca Eleazer Crabtree, master, burthen about 14A0 bcirels, is in com plete order and can be ready in three days to receive a cargo. Apply to Lawrason and Fou le. May C __ Fashionable Dry Goods. Tire Subscribers have received by the Ships Armata and Ariadne from Liver pool, ninety packages seasonable dry goods, purchased by one of the firm, di rect from the manufacturer, for cash; which thev offer on reasonable terms for money or the usual credit for apptoved paper. JOHN & REUBEN WITHERS. May 11 Five Dollars Reward. * — Ran away from the subscriber on the night of the 7th instant, a black woman, named Daphneif—she is v eil known in this town, and gets drunk every oppor tunity. I will give the above reward to any person for taking up and bringing home the said runaway. All persons are cautioned against harboring or em ploying her, as the law will be put in force against aoj offending* James Al* Donald. May 11 i' m rnciT j THE subscriber wishes to sell all his Household & Kitchen Furniture, a good Milch Cow, and hire out two female House Servants. Any person wishing | to purena# may know the terms by ap* plication to Elliott Muse. • May 24 ct Just Received, from Boston, i by the sell. Rebecca, Capt. Berry, Ne w England yum Bengal indigo Soap in boxes Allum. JXD IX STORE, First quality Madeira ^ fVines Tenerifle j in half pip idsbon, J> and lalaga & | quarter Port J casks. 4th proof Antigua rum in hhds. Holland gin Whiskey in barrels and hhds. Superior qualify Orleans sugar in hogsheads ami barrels Wrapping paper No. i and 5 chocolate Liverpool blown and coarse salt Best family flour, and a general as sortment of groceries, For sale by Bryan H&ropson & Co. a m il 20 Mr John B. Dabney, YOU will take notice, that on the 6th day of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, to be held for the county of Alexandria, in November 1816, or as soon after as counsel can be heard; I shall move that cour t lo award judgment a- J gainst you in favor ot the common coun- } •il of Alexandria, for the sum of tweniv six dollars and five cents, being the a* mount of taxus due on your property on Wolf-street, in the town of Alexandria, i.. .u - __ i 4 * m a rr c n ml ffi ) ta) o *5 ^5 * J? 11, 12, 1*3, 14 and 15—decoding to Ike ’ act of congress passed the 25tii Februa ary, 1S04. J. I). SIMMS, Attorney tor the Common Council o! Alexandria. May 15—16 d6m GERMAN GOODb. Charles l Catldt H 3” AS received per tlve ship Orion, <ji* jp St rect iroin Hamburg, and oilers lo? sale the following Hoods, viz. 600 boxes Glass Ware, Consisting of looking glass plates, de canters, tumblers, wine glasses, double flint and gilt edged, window glass, &c. £00 bales Linen, Consisting of Flatillas, Britanmas Estor.il la-, Houans, Cbolets, Creas, I.is iadi.es, How las, llessians. Sail Cloth* VV hite Sai4, stout hempen Tickicnburgs. Osiitibul *i-*j Burlaps &c. | Swedish and Russian iron Brass kettles, \\ hite and reu lead, Scythes, Copper pots and tea kettles, Straw knives, Brass wire, Quiils, Liquor cases, Fruit baskets, Casks of steel of a superior quality Mantle ornaments, 1000 demijohns, Apothecaries’ glasses, Fnrnihii-p. nnrl hpads. 7 f | All of which will be sold on as good terms as they can be purchased in the United States. Nnv 99 i his is to give Notice Thai the subscriber has obtained from the orphan’s court of Charles county letters oi administration de bonis non, on the personal estate of-"Walter Smith, lute of said county deceased : all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same v. ;t!i the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, on or before the twelfth day of Ocober next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. T hose in-! debted to the said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the sub.^ciib Nickolas Jliics, Administrator de bonis non, of Walter Smith, deceased. May 21 u3w| Richard Slade & Co-. Have received by the ship Ocean, tovvlc, from Liverpool, a part of their spi ing importation of Hardware & Cutlery. There is among this parcel^ of goods, prime corn, y ass and bramble scythes, j be>t cast steel sickles, prime straw knives, hoes, waggon boxe*, vices, an- j vils and other, smith’s tools, tinmens’ j am! braziers’ tools, coopers’ and car penters’ tools—Also, two cases of guns, which contain some very elegant double band’d for birds, a few dozen be t pock et pistols- two press-copying machines, complete, and two iron diesis for count ing houses, etc. etc. etc, May 14 „ , * The editors of the >redz*ncks burr, Winchester, & Leesburg papers, are requested to insert the above (dimes, and send their accounts to this w Public 8ale Pursuant to an order of the honorable thfc Cjuiity Court of Prince George’s Coun* will be offered at public sale, on THURSDAY file 6th or June next, if fair; if not, the next fair day, a» the place commonly called the Horse Head, in said county—all the Real Estate of Jahn F. Hardy, deceased, consisting ot the following property, Viz. A TRACT or parcel of Land, adjoin* /it big Magruder’s warehouse, on Pa thxeut river, containing about 150 acres. The improvements aie, a dwelling house kitchen, stables, and an excellent ba-d. ALSO, A Tract, adjoining that above men tioned.^ called and known by the name of u Hurd Bargain,” containing about 200 acres, i he improvements are, u com putable dwelling house, kitchen, bam with stables, and other necessarv out boases. ALSO, A Tract, called “ Whites Hill,” about about 2 mile3 west of Magrudei’s ware^ house, containingabout fifty acre3. ALSO, Several tracts of Land, lying 0i Mal ta woman Swamp, about four miles fiord PiscaUwayy containing about 300 acres A '1 ract iu Charles County, near the pine church, containing 120 acres_and a House and Lot m the village it I'isca taway. The terms of tale will be a credit ol one, two and three years, the purchase* or purchasers giving bond w ith approved security with interest from the dav o sale for the payment of the purcha;* money, in three a.;d upon tne ratification, by the said court of -the sale or sales, and upon the payment of the whole pursb^se moneys the commissioners wifi tnake over untd the purchaser or pure!lasers, all tlie right* title, claim, interest and estate of th< said John F. Haidy, in and to the afore* sa;d land and premises, disencumbered by any right or title of closer. Thomas Muodell, Horatio Moo ire, James Naylor, Theodore Mudd, John h. Dyer, CommissionW$, -hay 2G—~2o dfj • * ' ■ —- - i ^ Cbanes >' oumy Court, *March Term, 1816. On application to the Judges of t herlc? County Court, by petition in ve iling of y\ m. Dent Harrison, of Charles County? tor the benefit of the act of assembly tor tlie relief of sundry insolvent decora* passed at November session one thou sand eight hundred and five, anti the se veral supplements thereto, cd (he terms* mentioned therein, a schedule of his pro pet ty, and a list ol his creditors, on oatbj as far as he can ascertain them accompa nying his petition : and the court being satisfi (1 by competent testimony that the said Willem Dent Harrison has resided two years immediately preceding th* timt of hi® application, in the state of M I i i . i > ■ . . . nai yiatju. ar.u mat me sum v, miara Dent Harrison is in custody for debt or^ ly, and for no otheivcause—It is there upon ordered and adjudged that the aid William Dent Harrison be disebarged from custody, and that by causing a co py of this order to be inserted ki some one of the newspapers edited in the dis trict of Columbia, once a week for two months before the third Monday in Au gust next, give notice to his creditors to appear before the said cmirt'at the court house in Charlestowu, rn the vaid third. Monday m August next, for the purposes rn recommending a trustee for their be nefit, & tu shew cau>e if any thev have, why the said V*illiam Pent .Harrison should not have the benefit of the act of assembly aforesaid and tha several sup» pUments thereto a* r>r.wed. Test, JOHN &ARN&3, Clerk £Pr|t 13 _ la wain Stuien, On the night of the 1st instant from 0 waggon at the upper end of K'ing street> Alexandria^ 4 Large Clack Horse, about IG hand* high, and five years old, naturally a troiter. He is marked by the trace! and britch bands ; and newly shod all round. A Reward of Fifteen Dollars, and all reasonable expense?, v. if* fce^.ven for the florae, if delivccd to Du tts and .(’a wood in Alexandria, or die subscriber. Waterford, in Loudoun county ; or tr dollars for the horse and thief. JHiios Williams. May 3 d3tlaw$t# West-Iiulics or Coastwise, ^ The elegant and very fast aafi Slo»p Kmii.t. L. Cross, mas* • ler; wfH take a freight for the In dies or Cpastwise, on- moderate tern#. 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