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ro prohibit the use 01 licenses to ves- e!» granted b) tlie authority ot the government ot'the United K ngcUm of Great Britain and Ireland. lUi it enacted by the Senate and Haute 4/ Hcf.retentunves of the United States aj America, in Con great uaaembied, That any citizen or inhabitant ot the United States, or the territories thereof, who shall obtain or use either directly or indirectly, a license, pass, or other instrument granted by the go vernnient ot the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or by any officer ora gent thereol, lor the protection of any ship, vessel or merchandise, on the high seas or elsewhere, or tor the admission of any ship, vessel, or merchandize, into anv port or place whatever ; ai d any citizen or inhabi tant as aloresaici, who shall be either direct ly or indirectly concerned or assisting in ob taining, using, granting, ot selling any such license, pass, or in-trument, shall upon con* vu tn n, tor every such offence, forfeit a sum equal to twice tlie value of any such slrip, vessel and merchandize, and shall moreover lit. adjudged guilty ct a misdemeanor, and shall be hned in a sum not exceeding five thousand iv r iess than one thousand dollars ; and nut ship, vessel, or merchandize, own ed in whole or in part by any citizen or in habitant ol the United States, or of the tei rhones thereof, which shall, five days after the promulgation oi this act in the nearest port, be tound in the waters or witliiu the jurisdiction of the United Slates having or u^ing a licence, pass, or other instuinciit as afoiesiiid, shall be f. 1 felted, the one half to thr use ot the United States, and the other halt to any person or persons who shall give inii rniaiion thereof, and produce or procure evidence ot the lact ; the duties, if any, which may be payable on the importation of •utli merchandize, being previously paid or deducted lroni the proceeds of such forfei ure : Provided however. That the claim of liy such lerson or persons, as derived from, this act, shall not he udmitted to bar, defeat or affect any forfeiture accrued to the Uni ted States, or to any other person, which •hail have been incurred h\ reason of an i: - fracia n ot anv other law of the United States. *uc# 2. And be it further enacted, That aty snip »r \tswil yt the United States sail ing under, or lound on the high seas using a licet *e, pass, or instrument, as described in tiw i receding section ot this act, shall he Ci mode red and held as sailing under the flag ol he gc\crnment,of the United Kingdom ot Gieat Britain and Ireland,; and it shall be law till tor the commanders qf the pul lic and private armed ships and vessels of the Uni* t<u States and the territories thereof, to stop and examine any ship or veisel of the Uni ted States or their territories, on the high seas or elsewhere, which there may he rea sonable ground to suspect is sailing under the protection'of, rr using any Hatch iictnsc, pass or other Instrument as aforespid ; and if upon examination it shall apj earthat such ship or vessel is sailing under the protection •1, or using any such license, pas*, or^vthcr instilment, it shall he the duty of such Cum mandeis, and,r,t each of them, to seize evel^; such ship or v> ssel, and send the same tc^ nrv port in the United States or the territo ries thereof; and every such whin or vessel, so lound sailing under the protection of, or using any such license, pass- or other instru ment us aforesaid, shall, upon due proof thereof, before any court of the United States or the territories thereof, h^vTig competent jurisdiction, be condemned, together with the cargo and be forfeited to the sole use of the officers and crew of such public or private armed ship or vessel; and all forfeiture* svhich shall accrue nnd be recovered in pur suance of this section, sha'l be distributed according to the rules prescribed by the ex isting laws, in cases of prized made from the enemy: Provided, That nothing contained in this act, shall be so const l'jcj as to pre„ vent the acceptance or us# oft passport or ary other paper authorised by th^ govern ment of die United States, or the acceptance or n e of a passport granted by the c« mman der of any ship of war of the enemy to any ship nr ve*<nl of the United Starts, which in. v have h. on captured and given up lor the purpose of carry ing pemms captured by the enemy to the United States. Sic o .Ind be it further enuct d, Thai e verv ship or vessel belonging wholly, or in par . to a citizen or citizens, inhabitant • r ir.hobitants of thi United Statc-s^ which shall drp-.rt oi tie;, run from any pdkt or plate within the jurisdiction oi t’«e United Slates aher ihr promulgation of thif* aqg at such port rr place, shall he subject to the opera* tion of the same ; anil that even ship or ves sel owned as afore-aid it the same lie in any part of Europe, of the Mediterranean, or the ■western ct ast of Africa, or betw* en tiie same *nd tht- United States at *he passage of this act after the first day of November next; and it at at v p« rt nr | lace tothe east of th Cape of Gtod Hot e, nr between the same and 'he United States, after the first day of January nex., and if in either case such ves scls nrrivi in tht United SiHtes previous to tiie said periods respectively, then after her arrival sha I in like mum -.’r ne subject tothe ope ration of this act: Provided, I hat any nuch ship or vessel be, in either of the fore going cases, fie.ayed by a sties* of weather orothe? unavoidable accident from returning to thi United States within ti e periods a Ik.vv stated the same tjiall not be subject to the operation of tin.; art, until n suiln icoi time shall have claps* d after a knowledge th reof, for her return to the IJm ed States: Jtnd Provided alno, That nothing herein con tai: ed shall be so Construed as to arrest or stay any prosecution or judicial proceeding no* pending in any court of the United States or the territories thereof, instituted •gainst nny citizrji or inhabitant of the Uni ted trains, for using, or against any ship or vessel lielonging wholly ot in part to any cit izen or citizens, inhabitant or inhabitants of the United States, for sailing udder the pro taction of a license or paa* Ranted by me authority of the gmernmciJNn the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or by any person nr persons acting under the au thority of the same. M. CLAY, Speaker of the House ot Hepresentatives E GKKKY, Vice-President of the United Stares, and Arclielaus Hughes, ON THE BASIN, Has Just received end for Sale, 600U wt. o» BACON, 60 Bids. Kcu/Ht^ffcgs and Shad, Copprras in Aku/vll, Verdegrearf iiA'As or Sacks, Fine M*ccV. Si^Jr utlb. Bottles, Imperial Ad Young ilvson TEAS, Kussia SHEETINGS, German LINENS, Ik A Jew gross best Kirby Fishing Hooks. ALSO, One hundred and twenty thousand well burnt BRICKS (with wood) and twelve or fifteen hundred Bushels of Shell LIME ready for Sale and delivery at tlic Kiln near the BASIN—Ap ply as above. Jutytt. tf. JXoticert^ A PETITION will be presented to the next Cieneral .Assembly of Virginia, for reasons to be therein set forth ; PRAYING TH AT A LAW MAY BE PASSED, au thorising the MILITIA to ELECT their OWN CAPTAINS AND SUBALTERN OFFICERS. A REPUBLICAN. Sept. 1. w2wp. On Hand, lor JSulo, 2j Hales \\ oolens, | 20 boxes huts, assorted Vlunchcstry fcc shirt’gs Bed tick Blue and white cotton cloth. Hessian rolls Sudlery, cutlery an.lo. ther hardware assort ed. . Gu casks wrought an# cut nails V 3000 lbs seine and scw-l ing twine jj 5 tons neat castings " Window glass &; sifters I 20 boxes cotton and wool cards 50 llbls brown sugar 50o0 lbs coflee in bag* Spinisli and Orleans in. digo 1500 excellentL iguira bides 25 bundles soal leather ^it herrings *nd shads VBiiskey oil in pipes and 'Jr fti umber. “Balt, Be. Sic. I e : ssortHwmt o#Ricfimon<l manufia tured STONE WARE, put uP to order. 1200 Rbtb FLOUR, a part lor tamily use.4 TOR RENT, 1 be upper part of the bouse now occupied bv .Mr. Hawkins as a Shoe Store ; with out houses attached-Aslo a TENEMENT at Uocketts, STORAGE May be had in fire-prool houscs, at the Fort or at Rocketts. WANTE D, £ 12,000 Sterling Rills ON ENGLAND. (tf) CHARLES WHITLOCK, REMOVAL. Charles Whlitlock. HAS REMp^EGf HIS lie tail >mo re To the House formerly occupied by Messrs. Hawkins Sc Aldett, a few doors above Brown’s Vendue Office, and opposite to H. |Tompkirs, Sc Co. NEW COFFEE HOUSE. fTfHE Subscriber respectfully inform* the -* public, that he has taken the eligible stand, on the Capitol Square, first known as a Mineral Fountain, and lately as a Por ter and Oyster House. lie purposes to keep the best Beer, Porter, Wines and Liquors— a cold or hot reilish-yOystevs, &c. in their season—and solicit s^patronagu. Ssome of the priAipal Papers in the U. nited States wil^R)<y immediately obtained tor Visitors. f / He also cnnMJbfffU HOUSE OF EN TER! YlNM ENT AND t grocery, On Fhockoe Hill, corner of 5th and H. Streets, under tiic cure of Mr. D. T. Stod gell ; where good forage and stablaee may also be had. 3 HENRY PARMELE. August 25. P.S. The Editors of the Boston Daily Advertiser, Nvw-York Advocate, Philadel phia Aurora, Baltimore Whig, Daily Na» ti >naJ Intelligencer, Norfolk Ledger,' Nor.. .oik 1 lei aid, Cni.icothe Fred'idiau, it Geor gia Journal, are requested to forward their Papers regularly, and direct their agents in Richmond to apply as above tor Vay meat. Wt ** custo REMO ^ ED opposite COG. NER, TO MR, L<i ildi ng, OPPOSI I E TAVERN, main iimond, W ILL Repair C Watches, And warrant well. He has and will hand Eight ks, /arch* s, Eh ili'.ary liberal 1MIE clerks of the several county & cur- 1 . poratiou CourtyMw requested to forward 1 to Hus office a» spaxl if as possible, a list of licences granted lj¥ tJLn respectively, un der anti,only nf£ftuAlt oi Assembly, pas sed the Decemi/r Vision, I8i*, entitlsd, “An act to amend several acts of As sembly, ptescnbiVj^lie mode of ascertain .ng the taxable pn»perty, with.n the com monwealth, and of cn letting the Public Re venue and the clerks of the Superior | Courts, County and Corporation Courts are also required to forward a list of receipts filed with them, for taxes paid by attornks at law, imposed by an act of the same ses •ion, entitled, “an act imposing taxes for the support of Government." SA.VPl, SHEPARD, Auditor, Richmond, Auditor’s Office, ) . 4th Septciuoer, i813. ,> t2w) Samuel G. Adams, IS now receiving 360 Carey Plows, 1U0 Casks Cut Nails, assorted, 600 Suds Ciwitlcs for Negroes, 3 Hlids. Knfes^iid Forks assorted, 1 Ditto Files,^\ 1 Cask Pocket llstols, 40 Dozen jjfpalJt, Military (LuA/, &Clarinetts, Flutes, riWiTUhrusnsand Flagiletts, ALSO—ON HAND, | A good assortment of Hardware, Ironmongery, Cutlery and llrass Wares, Uniting Cloths, Bar and Hoop Iron, Nail Hods, one Pair Esopltua Mill Slones, 4 feet 6 inches, which are ottered for sale on moderate terms. Kishmond, August 6, 1813. t'harlds 11. Ilurgu'ss \vas\marrii.d to / MISS F.LIZ ABElV OWEN, OF' P0WMATAN On the I2lli fayjof August, 1813, atyf ttranrr to tell! after PnyKIld'INC WHAy LITTLE OAfiH sHiyswnDplHtjM nett own indus try, 81 a flw■dt/er articles of hrry on the 19th ofthe moimtyne tlAlAWA Y, yaving her in a most heart-broken, «urck-.cd/*ituatio», for no other cause than tli^^us o/lus having left • former Wife in M tli^Acoiyty, Virjgii.ia, 8c that she was on her vut^kr klim*. HUltCKSS is lull, has a thin visagejW r/und shoulder d, of a yelhiw, swarth) cotnMi^lion, dark hair&t eyes—one eye smaller thanjfie other—the sight nearly, or quite gone —;d JLcr.»ss.-cyd. lie is a SHOEMAKER by tra#V. Any gentleman that may know where thJVlVLMX m y have stopped—will much ohlifr ,ltt',L OWL\, of Powhatan county, VirgiA, bvVldn-ssiug him x le*t lines, informing wperc i 1 e V. Sept. 6. I \(3t.) N: B.—Me carrion with him a Vt of Tools not his own. / A VIRGitfA : AT Rules iyjm-, 1 r. the Clerk's Office of the Su perior Court of Chauncrrj for the Richmond District, the 2nd day of July, 1813. Plniip Norborne Nicholas, ' Attorney G?n eral for the Commonwealth of VWtuia ritf. A Casper Haines, _ Jeremiah Beasley, BtirtonrSmiO, hn Smith, securities of William f,»rmer ly Sheriff of l/ock , and Ro b*rt Gray, J| m Pence, jr. John Rag Thomas, Buck, Htnry rJosh, Cieo. Losh, George aslev, Ben nett Beasley,I >, William 1 ence, and Pence, sous of George Pence, Befs. 'IJMIE defendant George Pence, not having . entered h s appearance and given sectu rity according to the Act of Assembly and the Rules of this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that he is not an in habitant of this country: It is ordered, 1 hat the said defendant do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff; and that a copy of 'his order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the City of Rich mond, for two months successively and pos ted at the front door ot the Capitol, in the said City. A C‘>py,—Teste, Wi\i. Vv. HENING, C..C. August 23, 1813. (w8w.) FRESII DRUGS W MEDIC DYES, Painters, & Dyers’ Materials, &c npHE subsceiber, a few doors below the A Bell Tavern, has j.is^nAgw^d, by land carriage from NewW/fk BuhJ|ore and Alexandria, a full andAvell^BR?£t<ll assort ment of / 7 J)rugs ami s; }Phich he warrants \b>*dm-nj/fie W Fresh I hey were well laid^^jjflrffl, will enable him to sell (excepting a few articles) as c 'cap, for f ash, as such articles were sold tor ben re the War. £7* BEST SPERMACETI LAMP OIL —Boiled and Haw Linseed Oil,—and one V'oss CAS1ER OIL, also on reasona ble terms. . WILLIAM WEST. August 16. ,ytf JOHNW. SMITH, T A^pb O R, ^ThX I dc* i^frilie U sing o«m i'. vern, * ^H»fC*tuTly inform* his customers and the public in general, that he has jus' re turned from Pniladelphia, and i* nov fully prepared to execute any thing in his line in j the most fashionable manner, and trusts, from a strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. ^ 6’ (w2m.) .New Publications. Ju*t Published and for Sole at Samv el P lea-sanTs’ Book-Store, Richmond, SKETCHES, Of the Naval History of the United States from l ll,c commencement u<.Vf,1(|tioilrkrv w to the present time; containing detailed ac-’ | counts of all the interesting actions o» the pub lic vessels Of the United Slates ami ol CrJVa ; tcers l and an Historical View of the policy 8c ctss of the United State# Government relative f*™1 “«aC«(e ip. ; wherein d^PTJTu-t of the Impor i tan Documens concerting the Naw Ure codec Kngineer.‘ C,Wke|U' 9‘ topographical Travels through the Canadas, Containing a description of the Picturesque I Scenery some of the H.vers ..,.1 Lakes ; with an account of the Pioduct.ons, Commerce and inhabitants of those provinces. My (i. Iferiot L'.q. Deputy Post Master Gen. of British North America. Original Letters, •r Sir John Kslsiaft, aelectecl Prom genuine manuscripts, which have been in the possessi on ot Dame Guicklyanu her descendants ,KIIP 400 years; and now de icated to Master Sam relauiule. Narrative Poems On the Female Chancier, in tho various rela «Ji-VLM1Urn*n mc"“,inK Blanch, & the Itival Sisters. My Mary Mussel Mitford. fhc Ucntleman’e Musical Refioaltoru. Being a Selection from the Ancient and Mod ern .Mns.c of Rrin, with a number of Scotch h Welsh Airs, and several original pieces by the Compiler. Jly U. 1*. O’Huria. 7 , New IWks, Jos f Rscsirsn amd eor sale nr Sjm’l Rleasawts, Ric-hmqnd. Magee on Atonement and Sacrifice. Owen on SpirituaLMindedness. Jeuk’s Devotions. I Davies’* Sermons. Guido to Chrisr, 8cc. compiled for the help of Voting Ministers, By S. Stoddard. Scott's Family Bible, vol. 6th, octavo. • ■■ — Atlas. Shristuui Observer, No. 8. Ceven’a Artillery. • Pocket Gunner. Ainsworth's Dictionary. Johnson's Dictionary in Miniature. Bee’s Cyclopedia, vol. 22. part I. Advice to the Officers of the Artnv, Rce. liokeby ; a poem. By Walter Scott. Chateaubriand's Travels in Greece, Pales tine, Kgjpt, and Barbary. Sketches of Intellectual Education, 8c Bints on Domestic Economy, addressed to Mothers —By Mrs. Grant. Influence of Literature upon Society—By Madame De Stacl-llulslein—with a memoir of the Life and Writings of the Author. 1 ‘*^cs j 7l,y the Itev. George Crabbe. " aits' Sermons—A new edition—2 volumes Octavo. Ramsay's History of the American llevolutioa —a new edition. n An Academy for Groin Horsemen ; contain ing the complctcst Walking, i . w.t mg, Gantcnrtfjg^^^H^ig' Stumbling, ic I uinbling—By Gcofl^^liambado, li^q. Ui. ding..Master, Misieijf the Burse, and Grand Equerry to the D<>V uf Venice—Illustrated with 12 Caracaturesr ilte Monastery of St. Col limb; or the Audio #n'e,’l1—a Novel—By Mrs. Roche, Authorot the Children ol tlic Abbey, &c. otc. Home; A Novel—Uy Miss Cullen,daughter ol iliv celebrated Doct Cullen. The Young Mother ; or Altunin_a Nove. II story of the Discovery of America; ol the landing ot our forefathers at Plymouth, and of the<r most remarkable Engagements with die Indians, in N. England, from their first landing in 1620, until the final subjugation of the natives in lb~y—To which is added, the Defeat of Gens Uraddock, Harmar, and St. Clair, by he tndi ana ai the Westward, Ac—Also, ihe otfioial account of tlic lau Defeat oft he Indians on the Wabash, by Gov. H.irrison. By llenry'1 rum bull. Marian, a novel, in two volumes. Calamities ot authors, including some enquiries respect mg their niorai and literary characters •uk (I Se’oMstiann, or the YuUng l*rolector. Good Men of Modern Date. 1 hings by tlieir right names. Golmun’s Poems Chesterfield’s Letters to his Son. Rejected Addresses, or the new Theatrum r*». etarum. I he Emerald Isle, a Poem. I he Highlanders, and other poems. Fosser’s Essays. Duane's Handbook lor Riflemen. Magualeii, or the Penitent o! Godstow. Tlie Loyalist, an Historical Novel. L he Twin Sisters, or the advantage of Relic' ion h 1 he Hook, ” or the proceedings and cor* respondcnce upon the subject of the en quiry into tiie conduct oi her Royal Hi-rh ucss the Princess of Wales, &c. ° THE liritiAii Sj stem of Education: beings Complete KpBme oi tiu_ In provements and inventions f»cticedJ.y Joseph Lancaster, to winch is aiMetL^fcport ot the trustees of the Laucaa^M^PKool at Georgc-Town, Col Price 87 i-2 Tents. hoi) rtsouHlWorks, in 8 vols containing the Histones of inland ; Charles fifth ; America ; and India, g $0. Agricultuiul Museum designed to he a re* pository ot valuable information to the Farm* er and Manufacturer; published in George 1 own, Col * The Improvement of the Mind: containing variety of remarks and rules for the attaining inent and communication of uselul known <• • n Religion, t!ie Sciences, aad in common Law, by Isaac Walts, It. D. gj. Practical iety : or the influence of the religi on ot the heart on the conduct of the life by Hannah .Moore, 8i ’ ' I Brook’s Gazetteer, new edition, with the la* Gen uk, Bid. Johnson’s Dictionary, new edition. §3 .S0L A Manual of Parliamentary Practice for »h use ot the b nate of the U. States, by Tlioma Jtflerson, gl 25. Kokeby, by Walter Scott, Cheataubriaml’s Travels in Greece,'Pales tine, Egypt and B,rbary, Morse’s Universal Geography, new edition, ) hmks 1 to myself, Jefletsoir’s Manuel, Bacon’s Abridgment, Heiung’s Justice. Leuiprrer^ Classical Dictionary, Ganilh or Political Economy, Tales of Terror, Naval Songster, Military Companion, Scott’s Works, complete in 5 vols, Post Cup a in, Sir., die. 1 Iavels ,n Greece, Egypt, and the laoiy Land, J he Bridal of Triermain, or the Vale o St John, a LoverN Tale, in three Cantos, Sarah, or the Excinpiary Wife ; by Su sanna Row-.oh, 7 Eoge orth’s Popular Tales, Chilly’s Law ot Nations, 8cc. 8cc. June 5, 1813. Juat Vubliaht d and for sale at S. Vltaaanta' boot Store, Richmond, THE GENTLEMAN'S Pocket Companion. COMPRISING Gi:js Elt.'lL DESCRIPTION the NOIILE AM SBFITL ANIMAL ri lie Sorse 5 \hTRER _s r OF FATTENING} NF.CBSSAHF TREATMENT IVHILE UNDER GOING EXCESSIVE FATIGUE, ON A youNNH/ ; TUB CONSTRUCTION AND Jit JIN.,1GEJHEN1 OF STJIRLES / __DIFFERENT MARKS ASCF.lt l JHJs IN . the age or a HORSE FROM THREE TO NINE FEARS OLD. With a concise account of the Diseases U which (he Horse is most subject ; with such remedies as tong experience hat proven to be effectual. R MRR /. L lS // fi I) (Vi yh six F. L E G A N T RNGKAV1NG8 BY UICH.1RD.HASOJS, or 8uuky Countr ViaumiA. BALTIMORE WHISKEY, Window Glass, Cut Nails, 4 d. to 20 d. Crowley Steel in half faggot?, Refilled Sugars, Green air Imperial, g Hyson Teas, Madeira O d Cogn Clover S« les, Spanish Cigars and Spanish Tobacco, A few tierces prime Rice, India Cottons, Nankeens, Oznaburgx, Pot and letter Paper, Russia Quills, See, For sale by THOMAS FOULKE! Street leading to Mayo's Bridge* September a. 3tp: ROOKS ~ JUST RECEIVED ASD FOR SALE BT SAM'j. Pleasants. Duane’s Hand-Book, for Infantry, Ditto. ditto, tor Riflemen, The Military Tutor, Junius—including Letters by the same, writer, under other signatures (now first collected)—to which are added, his confi dential correspondence with Mr. Wilkes, & I his private Letters addressed to Mr. H. S^f Woodfall — with a preliminary essay^noie^^ fac similes, &c. 2 vols. octavo. Clarke’s Travels in Greece, Egypt, and the Hntv Land. Scott’s Bil>te. in 6 vols. octavo. Gen. H. L.ee^A 1 emthe War in the Sourthern Depaj^^^Ti the U. S. 2 vols. Cnristian Hannah Moore. Magee on Atoncmeift and Sacrifice, Bonnet’s Views of Christianity, Sword Exercise—to which is added, the Review Exercise—By R. He.ves. Huron Munchausen-including a Tou to the L luted States in 1803—and the two first chapters of a second Tour in 18lo. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border_con, sistnig of Historical and Romantic Ballads, 5tc. By Walter Scott. Horace in London—consisting of Imitati ons of the first two Books of the Odes of Hoi act--By the authors of Rejected Ad« dres es. Tie Christian Observer, No. 9. 10, 11, If, 47* Subcribers w»ll please send for their copies. JlIVT PUBLISHED. .And for ■ jr«s Office, Richmond, Til . * iuGiNIA ALMANACK For the .car of our Lord, 1814, Being the second after Bissextile or Leap )ear, an : o i of American Independence. adapted o the latitude and me OK RICHMOND. N. H. TURNER. Contain! in addition to the usual As tronomical’calculations, a variety of useful and entertaining matter, including the supe rior and inferior court days, Sec. in Virginia and North Carolina, civil officers of go vernment, Post roads, ksfc &c &c.—.Great allowance to wholesale purchasers. AGRICULTURAL. JUST PU/tLIShKD, And for sale at this Omctt All A TOR, BEING [M SEBIES OK AG R K’UJ i s ; PRACTlCA^^^7oLiriCALt In HixtifWone \ui/ibers, Hr a Citizen of Virginia (Price-one Dollar fifty cents. Notice. [WILL SELL \ Tract of LAND cmji taining about 30u Acres, in the County of Goochland, on I.ickinhole Creek, adjoining 'he Lands of Mr. William M. Richardson, Mr. A. bryce.aud others. JOHN F Necir Columbia, V\ June 12. COURTS OF ENQUIRY. A COURT OF ENQUIRY, for the frst Battalion, 19th Regiment, will be i Id h the L±ll lAvaas,-on outlay lie Aj'\, ms t. F»» V iljjAtla'idii n The:.cay uealst at tavern—-and a REG IMF N r«A oUi; T OF ENQURY, ;V beheld .v>Jt>ie Eagle (averk,— on \Ve«ti t'wlaf the ~9<.h Ins.. Oy order ot the Col, Commandant. S. G. ADAMS, Adjutant. Septm her 4th. 1813. (t29Sept.) ror Male. A handsome s*c- nd hn.,d Phlla. mado g i g ; IV1YH PLAYED PLRYE. Al.bCj—A CAPITAL GIG rlURsP. FOR SALE. JAMES BREAM. Aug 26.—tf l*rand Lottery. 50.000 Dolart. ',000 do. 10.000 do. 5.000 do. 1.000 do. ffighrat Prizes in t/ie Pennsylvania Grand Slate LO LTEIir1 Which i, now drawing in the City of Philadelphia, ami in Uy lar the most flattenng/scheme now hi-lore i. There ar#, braid _ i/cs abort- men* tinned, a great many lot' 500—2nd—100—.10 • Jollars, «cc. Ike. and not two blank.-, to a prize. • I he large prizes are yet in the wheel, ami the drawings continue regularly twite a week, Pickets, hslves and quarters, in a variety of numbers, may be had at 8. Pleasant's Ht.ok Store, ttid moml, wiser* a regular list rw the drawings will be received, and tickets examin ed gratis} pnzo tickets m li.rmer lotteries received in pay ment. Order# from the country (post paid) enclosing the cash, strictly attend, ed to, and the earliest information given oftho tickets.