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/’hu tht Fort Folio. NAVAL SONO. TllfS 1ife,l>n»s, *»t beat’s nut a rough wit-t of trip, A> it we're nothing hut honor to iusc 5 ®®» '** letter, d’ye see, ere »c give up the ship, Ktkc liAv iDiice lo life’s snitsc. For I f.mey we’ll all meet at Daw’s again, As jovial aa e'er we met here. Then what do we Taluc the srofton the free. That from France :«nd from England** self starts, 1 hey may couut us tl.eir hulks till tliey’re tir'd d’\ e see, i And we’ll count them as many true hearts, That cun stick to their moorings through life’s foulest squalls, And still face the world as it goes. do the ninnies we’d baulk who dare think we’ll dc > sceud, Our rights on tiu: seas to forego— AVe have bipuit and grog for a true-hearted friend. Anti a merry three cheer* lor a foe : For the world and its great ones may change as they please,' But a sailor's a sailor, boys, still. Then let the eold heart in it* own haaeness freeze, That thinks we il he shy on the wave*— Shall we skulk, boys, and hunt out by-nays through the seas. lake cowardly ravers and slaves ? Awsy with such gr.hblc anil nonsense, say I. \V Into we've Yankee colour's to show. \\ edon t known tlierouut of his ships who’s our foe. Ami, what is yet more, we don’t cni-e ,• lor ourselves, to Use very heart’s core, lads we know j And sir, come foul weather or fair, I’m for setting top gallants and boomiue a It etui, And we’ll turn' bj for none as we go. Then, huzza ! for Tree trade, and our righ'a as wc be, I is a whim that we like more and more ,• And sailors must have out their whims, dye sec, AV liclher fi liting or i gging on shore— ao, huzza ! for free trade, and for colours iu mi uigh, Xo skulking or quibbling for me. Whether Bainhridge, or Hull, or Dcentur com maiuis, ' Rodgers, Middle, or Jones, *tis nil one— Huzza! sud huzza! and huzza! sing all hands, Aud yard arm and yard arm's the ftw ! Then hibbei-s stand clear ! we have work to do. boys, lor tis k.ngtan I’soldcross must come down. Anil ire’ll rake, till sly death our hearts' cables shall slip, The command that our laiwrenee has giv'n_ He was dying—says he, 44 Hoys don’t give up the ■I ship,’* And the words took his soul off to Hoav’n ! IJrave heart ! he is gone to his rest—never mind ! We are here to fight under him still. So, no more of vuin talking, o- whr ing, or art; We’ve to-fight for the rights of the states— \n .i, with Honor our pilot, with Justice our chart, tiood Humour ami Fricndsiiip our males s They’ll find, if we’ve biscuit and grog for a friend, We've a rue ivy three cheers for a foe. X. A. ___ Mr. Patrick, in his chart of ten numerals in two hundred languages, adds the to lowing ob serrations :-*• Melancholy is the fact, that if the population of Christian Europe be 130mil liom; ttiat ot Christian Atrrrica be 20; that of Christian Africa 3: and of Christian Asia and Tartary 10 i the totr.l is merely 213;—While Pagan China, Japan, Cochin China, and Chi nese Tartary, hmsU of 400,000,000 of souls ; India ot 100,000,000 heathens j and Siam, Ava, Aracan, Asani, and Nrpau*, of an additional 50,1100,000” To the Public. PHF. General Annual Meeting of the mem bers ot 1 he llTnr.x Socic i v of Vihuisia, ia appointed at tin Capito1 in. the City of Rich inond, on the first Tuesday in AprH next; at which time and place tlu-ir punctual attendance is urgently request d. W ith permission, tfe* nice ling will he held in the Hal of the House of Delegates. The Hev’d. Robert M Semple i« requested to c inmencc with sw introductory exhortation ; the Key’d, John D niair, to con tinue, the sen ice of ike day with prayer ; and the Key’d. John li- Rice 1o conclude With a aermon uppn priate to the occasion ; immedi ately after whi I.-, the annual Ilepurt of the Managers will be pnhlirkly read l»v the Re* cording Secretary.——All per sixty who may choose to ru* present are respect ('ml- invited to attend —— (llv or<K r of the Managers.; * JOHN H. Ill K, Conttfiohdinij Secretary. WM Mtmi-OKI), Recording Secret ~ryt $AM*L. G REBNHOW, Treasure r. Richmond, Feb 25. 4.5thA. Richmon d Couxcit. Chamber, ) Ft bruary 55th, 1814. 5 HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO MEN* OF KN TF.UPHLSH, NOTICE is hereby given, that t.n Saturday the 2nd day of April next, pursuant to an an ol'the General Assembly of this crninum wraith, passed the 1-ith fast. will be offered for least-to the highest bidder, a* the Armory, in the ( ity ot Richmond, lor a erni not cxcee iling fifteen years, a vety vulu .hie stream ot water, proceeding Irom the James River Canal, alter its discharge from the Public Boring Mill, t« be used according to the provisions of the said act,lor the purpose of ctu jying on a "Wo- len M ant if ctprv —This body o’, water has a considerable d sr/ nt, flows from mi i'lexhuus ladle snttire, is .sulTiev-nt firr the opera inn ol Tnaiinlsct iiring machinery upon a very extensive scale, and it m.iy bccnririilentd us one of the most eligible scitcs in the United States, for ai establishment o' tbis kind. It is to he under stood that a r-apital of st least $10,000 must be employed in the said manufactory. By order of the Executive. WM. ItOflKRTSON, C. O. B' virtue ot a d< ed of hitst executed the 23‘‘ April, 1811, by Chrries llopkins, lor the purpose of securing to Neil M'Coul, the pay incur of certain sums then in mentioned, will be sold to the bight st bidder, for ready money, at Goochland courthouse, on Monday the 21st March next, being court day, a certain TO ALT OP LAND, Lying in the said county , co-itaining one hum dred and eight acre* ami one hall, > djoining th« lands ot Robert Red ford, Francis Hoyster, VVm. Johnson, Sam’l Crngwall and Joseph Woodson, fly one or more of THE TRUSTEES. February. tH14. td» Twenty Dollars He ward. CL F.VKRAI. depredations having been recen* . 'y rommitted <m the C.pitrd by some liccr tiotis pm^on «»r persons unknown—I am tin re fore authorised tr> oMi.-s a reward of twenty dollar*, to he paid to any person os persons that will gitc su^li information that wilt lead to tli" ertnvictiofi <»• tbc per|K-trator or jierrc trators of toe above nv n'inned out t ag s PETER CRUTCHFIELD,Com’t. _ . P- Guard. Feb. 2$ 4t. VIIWUXIA: r At a Superior Court of Chancery, holden at the Capitol in the City of Richmond, the 27th day of January, ISI4. Mftt'Iww Clay, .... Plaintiff ACA1NST Saralt Williams, executrix of Joseph Wii'iynns, and udminhttaatrix ol‘Robert Williams, John Call and l.uciiida his wife, William Williams & John Ji. Scott, executors of Klixabeth Wil liams, widow, and John Kobert W illiams, an infant son of John Williams deceased, by ilie saul F.lizabeth Williams his guardian, lames Chalmers, Sar. h Chalmers, late Sarah Wat. kins, widow and administratrix, and Motirn Ing Micwah AVatkins, an infant daughter of Micnjah Watkins, deceased, by Henry K. Coleman her guardian, and Natlianial Wash, ington Williams, Martha Williams and Fanny \\ illiams, by Sarah Williams their guardian, James Vaughan, exe- utor of Thomas Lani* r, Joseph Williams, who w.s appointed by the said Joseph Williams, dec’d, an • x*or to hit will,. & the heirs, executors or administrators of Itichard Harrison, detx-ased, Defendants. THIS Cause on this day to he heard on the papers formerly r* ad, and 'he report of Commissioner Nicholson, pursuant to the order ot the 21st day ol June 1811, and was argued b\ counsel: On consideration whereof, and be cause the new parties made by the amended hill, filed since the said order of reference to a commissioner, weiv not properly before the court at the time the said older was entered, aud against whom the plaintiff' now do have proceeded, in the mode prescribed by law, a the absent defendants : (and they atil failing to appear and answer,) the court doth recommit the report to the commissioner who j made it, although the same, in other respects j may he right and correct, for hitn to consider and report thereupon. (A copy—Teste) W m. Mr. 11EN1NG, C. C. THE Parties interested will take notice, that 1 have appointed -Monday Uje 23d May next, to carry the foregoit g order into effect, when they will please attend at the Swann Tavern, in this city , between the hours of 9 and 2 o’clock, with thein hooks and papers prepared for a compli ance with the aaid order. JOt N NICHOLSON, M. C. Commissioner’s Office, Rich mono. February 22, 1814. £ 2AM rJ lie Sherifls or the counties of Brunswick, Lunenburg .Meck lenburg and Greensville, composing a Senatori al district j of the counties of Amelia, Chester field, Cumberland, Nottoway and Powhatan, • omposing another Senatorial district; of the counties of Charles City, James City and New Kent, composing another Senatorial district; •*f the counties of Goochland, H.-nrico and Jam isa, composing another Senatorial district; of the counties of Augusts, Rockbridge, Shenan dolth, Rockingham, Hath and Pendleton, com posing another Senatorial district; and of the counties o< Lancaster, Richmond and Nortlium berland,composing another Senatorial district; which several districts constitute the first class of the Senate- of Virginia, will please to take notice, that an election, in rotation, is to be held, on tin- court -days of their respective coun ties in April next, for the election of Senators to represeat those districts respectively, in the General Assembly, for four vears next'ensuing l 11EO. HANSFORD, C. S. February 10, 1814. w4t. Notice. II ^ virtue of two deeds of trust, one execU ted by Cole Digges U Mary II. Diggrs, bis wife, to secure a debt due to • lexander Stuart, and the other executed by said Cole IJiggcs and wile, to s. cure David Hudock, Will be Sold, to tlic highest bidder, at die front door of the Eagle tavern, in this city, on the twertt Tourth day of Murct» next, the following SLANES, TO WIT: Harry, Abram, Essex, Decker, Peter, Isaac, Jack, Frissy, SuM, Sarah, Venus, Grace and Frances, wi h their increase Also the remain der of the LANDS of the said Digges, in the county ot Warwick, not heretofore sold, and which were conveytd I y the first mentioned deed of trust, to secure Alexander Stuart-— ALSO, THE HOUSE AND LOT, on S'iorka: Hill, in the city of Richmond, now occupied by Mr. Henry S Shore; or such part oi the said slaves and other property, as may b« sufficient to discharge the remainder of a d lit due to Alexander Stuart, with interest tlureon and the expense of this sale. WILLIAM WIRT, > ,» wtds SAMUEL GREEN HOW, 5 frustee* W nshiegton Monument ftOTTKRY. S JB C O JV J) V I. .1 S S, POSITIVELY to commence drawing in Bal timore on the first Monday in March next, and to finish on the 15th day of June next. TUB SCHEME. 1 prize of 240,000 I do 30,000 J do SO.uOO 2 do 10 000 5 do 5,000 13 do 1,000 20 do 500 50 do 100 100 do 50 500 do 20 11230 do 12 11,945 Prizes—38,600 Ticket*. (XT' Not turn Hlnnki to h Prize. Present pr ice of Tickets $10. Tickets and .STiwcs, In a variety of Numbers, for sale at CJ. ^ II, Waite’s Truly Fortunate Lottery Office, & Book Store Corner ot St. Paul’s Lane and Mark et street, Baltimore. Ordt *rs for Tickets, Also received at their Truly Fortunate Lottery .Offices and Book Stores, No. 75, Chesnut street, Philadelphia; No. 64, and 38, Maiden Lane, New York ; and No 28, State street, Albany. I Amonjc the capital prizes which have lately been sold b/ C. & R. Waite, are the follow.! ■i'll? * 1 prize, of 60,000 I 1 do 30,000 4 do 20,000 2 do likBOQ 1 do 6,060* 3 do 5,(»G0 4 do 2,000 10 do 1,00?) 80,000 Dollars of which were drawn in the space of Hd:t>a. Besides in former Lotteries, Prizes of30,000 I)ollar>, 25,000 2U.OOO, 10,000. 5,000,lt« Uc many of which they sold in shares of Tickets, and advanced Die money as soon as drawn. Feb 12. wtf. timik fiuw. Tj^OW SALE A T 1‘IHS OWU;i\ a few copies A «f the act passed «. the last session of th General Astemb's entitled "an act for ex tending the Uhartcr of tite Bunk of Virginia, ami (or other nut poses.** reb. *M. tf JUr. Newel Walton, Sir,—-AS you are not a resident of this state be pleased to take not ice that I shall, on Thurs day the seventeenth day of March next, proceed to take the deposition of John Woolfolk <»r Spot sy I rani a county, at hit house, in order to per petuate his testimony, in a certain matter be tween me, as esc-tutor of Augustine Woolfolk, deceased, relative to a negro man slave by tl»e name or 1 om thicket, who was deposited in your possession by my testator. I am, yours, respectfully, * *JOS. WOOLFOLK, Ex’or of AUGUSTINE WOOLFOLK. January 17, 1814. (w6||) Al* a Chancery District Court held in WMli amsburg, the tenth day of April, 1813, Lucy Clements, and William Lewis, Latane Clements, an infant, by the said Lucy Clenj. ents his mother and next friend, PUt. AO A INST Francis Smith and lames EL Burwcll, Deft*. ' THIS suit abates as to the defendant Bur well by his death, and on the motion of the plaintiffs, hy their counsel, leave is given them to file a bill of revivor against John K. F. Cor bin, administrator and detisce of the said James B. Uurwell, dee’d. and Baron Burwcll, Them as Emerson, and Rachael his Wife, and Edwin, James, and Nancy Uurwell, chilcrcn, and heirs of James Uurwell dec’d and process awirded against the said defendants, returnable here, Ac. and William Hall it appointed Guardian »o Kdwin, James and Nancy Burwcll, the infants defendants, to defend them in this suit_And ♦he defendants Thomas Emerson, snd Rachel his Wife, not having entered their appearance and given security according to Ihe act jtf As scmbly and the rules of this Court, and it ap pearing to the satisfaction o? the Court, that th<-y are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth —On the notion of the plaintiffs, by their counsel, it is ordered, that the said defendants do appear htre on the first day of the next term, and answer the bill of the plaintiffs, and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Virginia - rgus, published in the City of Rich mond, for tvo months successively, and posted at the from thJbr of the former Ctipitol in this .City. A Copv—Teste, EDMUND CHRISTIAN, c. c. January 2?. , W4W> Land for Sale. I WOULD WISH TO SELL 10 or 1200 Acres of Land. Lying in the County of Orange^ * On the mad lending from Swift Run to Orange courthouse, and in less than a mile from the latter place-. The greater part of this land is in its original growth, and the tract equal in value to any hrfrh land in the state. There is on it Irom sixty to seventy acres of the very first rate low grounds. The land will be shew'. 3<1 by myself, or. in my absence, by Mr. Robert Brock, living on the premises. THOMAS MACON February R. Just Published. And for sale at S. Pleasants’ Book Store, Richmond, the AT)TKS OF an American Lyre. By JUDITH IjOMAX, A native of the state of Virginia. JaD- 31. _(tf) New Publications, Just Received and For Sale at thin OjJice, C PERCHES ol the Right Honorable Henry ^ Grattan, with prefatory observations i the whole comprising a brief review of the most im. portant historical eveuts in the History of Ire land. Cottage Sketches, or Active Retirement, by the author of the “ Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life.” Experiments on the Principle of Life, and particularly on the principle of the Motion of tilt- Heart, and on the seat of this principle; in ducing the report m:ule to the first cLiasofthe Institute, upon the experiments relative to the motions of tile heart, by M. Le Gallois, M. D. P. Tloi Life of Lord Nelson, by Robert Southey. A Representation of the Brilliant Victory at chievrd by Commodore O. H Perry, over the British Fleet on Lake Erie,Commanded by Cap. tain Uurclay. r ' ( mmmA£*90— The Povmx of Allan Ramsay, with the life of the Author, and his Collection of boot’s Pro verbs ; in 2 volumes. Nos. I, 2, o, 4, of the l2tli volume, Christian Observer,—Subscribers will please call for their numbers. Perpetual Almanacks, on a new plan. Cady’s and Gentleman’s Pocket Almanacks for the year 1814. Now Publication?. Published and for Sale at Sanurl I /.rasas Ts’ Book-Store, Richmond, SKETCHES, Of the Nava) History of the United States from tlit conmienn-mrnl of t?»*> Rstohkfiopitry War •to th -prese nt lime s con’aining detailed ac counts i fall die interest • * urikmo of the pub! lie vessel., of the IMiled Stales ant! of Priva* leers > and an Hit. leal View of th.- policy & clisnfthe United Hittlcs* Government, relative the Naval Establishment; Likewise an AP PENDIX wherein the chief part of the Iinpoe tant Documents concerning the Navy are collet ted.-—illy 1 homas Clarke, U. &. Topographical Engineer. 1 ravels through th© Canada?) Containing a description of the Picturesque Scenery of some of the Kivers and Lakes , with an account of the Productions, Commerce and inhabitants of those provinces. Hy (». Heriot, Esq. Deputy Post Master 6tn. of British North America. . Original Letters. Df Sir John Falstafl, selected E’rnm genuine manuscripts, which have been in the possess! ou of Dame (Quickly and her descendants near WO years; and now dedicated to Master Ram. r« I anode. Narrative Poem? On the Female Character, m the various rela lions of, Unman Life, Including Blanch, A the Rival Sisters. By Mary ibnsel Mi third. The ientlrtnan’* Musical Repository, Being a Selection from the Ancient and Mod ern Music of Erin, with a number of Scotch A Welsh Airs, and several oaigutai pieces l*y the Compiler. C P. O’llarrs. Twenty Dollars He war*. TJ AN AWAY, (a* 1 am informed, a few day. AV before Christmas last) Irora a free mulatto man by tl»e name oT Patterson, who hired her vc4r* » woman named MAUI A M IIDUSTON, be longing to roe. She is a atout, Tull bodied woman, with Urge eyes, and re markable for deep dimples in Iter cheeks.— Her countenance is pleasing when she smiles, and one of her fore teeth is out She common ly wears a handkerchief on her head like a tur b®n--1 S've the above reward, and pay all reasonable expenses to any person who will deliver her to me in this city, or ten dollars for securing her so that I get her again. WM, MUX FOItB. Richmond, January 31,1814. [tf.] Notice. THR Collector of the Revenue for the 19th District of Virginia, or his Deputy, the sub scriber, will attend at the different Courts for Amherst; prison, Fluvanna, ami Albemarle in wniwmB riswme.... .. wm u i TIIOS. J. RANDOLPH, Deputy Collector, for the !9th i-^Y virtue of a lleed of Trust entered into by • Samuel Foster, -late of Essex county, to se cure the payment of certain sums of money te Taliaferro Hunter, WILL BE SOLD, on the lUh day of March, 1814, (if frir; ifnotjhe next lair day) at the mansion house upon the premia •es, lor ready money, so much at Two Tracts of Land, id South Fkrnham parish fc Essex fcpun ty, one t"Xct containing three bundled fc twen ty nine acres aiul an half acre be the same more or less, and oue oiher tericraent and tract con taining twenty seven acres and one fourth of an acre (which said tracts of latid were conveyed to the said Hunter by John H. Beale and were sold and conveyed by the said Hunter fc wife to the said Samuel Foster by deed bearing date the 1st day of January', 1811) at shall be suffi cient to pay and satisfy the charges attending the execution of this trust, as well those here tofore as any hereafter accruing, and also what ever balauc- may be due and unpaid 01 the last instalment of the debts mentioned in said defd „ Til. C HOOMES, Trustee. Dec. 27, 1813. tda. -----— ■ ■ ■ - i . .,r. Stfiuuel (i. ItlaiiKs, is now receiving* 100 Casks Nails, assorted, 1 Hogs lead Knob Looks, 1 ^ Do. Files, *■ ~ ? Do. Tongs, Shovels and Pokers, 1 Do. Saddlery assorted, 1 Do. Tea Kettles, 1 Do. Till and Chest Locks, Butt Hinges, fcc. 4 ilo. assorted Hardware, ■40 Ton liar Iron, assorted, 16 ildiimore Ploughs, fl2 Doz. Saddle Trees, ALSO ON II \ND, A good assortment o: Hardware, Ironmongery, Cutlery and Brass Wares, Bolting Cloths, Hoop Iron, Nail Bods, Uc &c.—Which are of. fired for sale, on moderate terms. Dec 13. If. Ou Hand, for Side, 25 Hale** tv oolens, 20 boxes hota, assorted Msticltestry ki shirt Vs Bed tick Bltie ami w hile cotton cloth. Hessian rolls Sadler), cutlery artil o. ther hardware assort* ed. 60 casks wrought and cat nails 3000lbs seine and sew ing twine 5 tone neat castings Window tfhiss & sifter*. 20 boxes cotton and wool canfe 50 MWs sugar 5000 lbs coffee in &•** Spanish and Orleans in. digo 1500 excellent Liguiru bides 25 bundles soal leather. Cut herrings and shads Whiskey Train oil in pipes barrels Tar. Lumber. Salt, Bee. Bie. a complete assortment of Richmond mannfao. tured STONE WARE, put up to order. 1200 Bbls FlAIUU, a part fhr family use. FOR REJTTt Th? upper part of the house now occupied bj Mr. Hawkins as a Shoe Store ; with out hotwes attached--Aslo a TENEMENT at Rocketts. STORAGE May he had In fire-proof houses, at the Tort or at Rocketts. IVAETTR Z>, £ 12,000 Sterling Bills ON ENGLAND. (tf > CHARLES WHITLOCK, Arc 1 ic 1 rms Hughes, ON THE BASIN, Has Juat recewed and for Sale, 6000 wt. of flACON, 60 Bbls. New Herrings and Shad, Copperas in Barrels, Yerdegrease in Pods or Sacks, Fine Macca. 8nufl'in lb. Dottles, Imperial and Young Hyson TEAS. Russia SIIEET1NG9, German LINENS, fit A lew gross best Kirby Fishing Hooks AL90, <me'imuirert and twenty thousand well burnt BRICKS (with wood) and twelve or Sfteer hundred Bushels of Shell LIME alrea.lv for Sale and delivery at the-Hiln near the BASIN—Ap. ply as above, fulv . rf -■ i\ew Publications. Juat Received, and for Sale at thia Office THU (l KITTLE MAN'S Pocket Companion, FOK EIGHTEEN HUNDRED h FOURTEEN A LSO—TIIB AMERICAN LADY’S Pocket Book, FORBIGHTKKN HUNDRED It FOURTEEN FOR SALE AS ABOVE, A Geographical View of the Province of Up per Canada, and Promiscuous Remark* on the Government» in two parts, with an Appendix. JU3T RECRIVED AND FOR SALK AT THIS Office, a fpkrh sdppi.t of CHURCH’S AND LEE'S GENUINE Patent and Family Medicines : Including Cough Drop*. Worm Desiroyng Lo zenges, Vegetable I.otion, Hamilton's Elixir, Essence anil Extract of Mu tard, Feb. 23. Fit Drops, An» i scorbutic Tincture Cordial Kestora. live BaUam, I'ch Ointment, Essence c f Pep permint, 4cc. | 0 New PhM;ration*. Jxi9t Received, and 'f C>,le at tfift Cj < - The Mirror of the Glares, op the Kngljyh Lady % Cost ii me, by a Lady of dUtiuctiou. The Poetical Works of Lora Byron, com prising Poem*, original and translated, and English Bart's and Scotch Reviewers. Rose gnd Emily, or Sketches of Youth, by Mrs. Roberts, authoress of the •‘Teles cope for Children.” A Flight to the Moon, or the Vision of Ran - dalthus, by George Fowler, author of the “ Wandering Philanthropist.” The Siege of Rochelle, or the Chpuian He roine, a Novel by Madame lit Gi-nlis. Moral Tales, by M. MarmonUl, embellished with engravings. Angelique and Valcour, and Eglantine, two ee » legant Novels, by the Authoress of «• Albinhu or the Young Mother/* Ac. The Hero of the Lake, or the Victory of Com modore Perry, a Poein-by James Pennell. Biography of James Lawrence, Esq. late a Cap tain in the Navy of the United States : togeth er witli a collection of the most interesting papers, relative to the action between it* Chesapeake and Shannon, and the death of Uipt. Lawrence, Ac. Ac. embellished with a Likeness, Bollinbroke’s Voyage to the Demerara. Burkes Works, VoT. 6 Steele’s List of the Royal Itivy of O. Britain * tollth Sept. 1813. . The Giaour, a fragment of a Turkish Tale, bw Lord Byron. ALSO, FOR SALE AS ABOVE, Touiiard’s Artillerist’s Companion. llmne’a Military Library. — Dictionary. ■ Hand' Book for Infantry. —— Do. for Riflemen. Elements of War, by Mattby. Rules and Articles of War. Steven’s Artillerist's Pocket Companion. Complete Military Tutor. 8w«rd Exercise for Cavalry, by Hewes. Steuben's Military Exercise. Hollinshead's Company Exercise. Poems and Translations, by Richard Dabney. Colman s Poems. Army and Navy List of the U. States. ' Brown’s Family Bibles. A FRESH SUPPL Y OF Carey’s Family Bibles. Pocket Bibles, bound in morocco. Do. in Calf Prayer Books. Hymn Books, &c Ac. A * ollcction of Blank Books. Caricatures, Ac. Ac. Ac. BIBLES. Prick ok M. Caret’s Bibles. Quarto Bibles. No* Coarse Medium. Dollars 1 Without Apocrypha per copy 3 59 2 Without Apocrypha, but with Scotch Psalnts # 3 75 SWith Apocrypha, but without Psalms 4 VJ J Wtth Apocrypha and Psalms v 4 35 3P With Apocrypha, lettered 4 25 S With Apocrypha & 11 plates letter ed* 4 75 6 With Apocrypha 8c 30'pl*tes do. 5 25 7 With Apocrypha, 11 plates and Psalms, lettered 5 gy 32 With Apocrypha 8c Psalms, lettered 4 50 o3 With Apocrypha, Concordance and 30 plates 6 00 Fine Medium. ? Without Apociypha, 5 75 9 W ith Apocrypha # p 25 10 Witli Apocrypha, Concordance and S maps, 7 25 11 With Apocrypha. Concordance & 10 maps, 7 75 12 Witli Apocrypha, Concordance and 30 plates, . g 25 13 With Apocrypha, Concordance, 30 plat«s at d Psalms 8 50 28 With Apocrypha, Concordance, 2 maps and Psalms 7 50 29 With Apocrypha 8c Psalms 6 50 ' Suficrjine Medium. 21 Latest an* best Edition with SOfirst ratc maps be plates, Concordance and Psalms, sheep 10 25 22Same edition without Psalms, sheep 10 00 same edition, bound in calf, 11 so 24 Same edition bound in morocco, 12 50 30 Same edition with 10 maps, sheep 9 00 31 Same edition with do. and Psalms sheep g 25 35 Same edition without maps, plates or Concordance,sheep 8 yy 39 Same edition bound in extra calf, 12 59 41 Same edition with 40 historical plates" and 10 map.*, sheep H so 4? Same as No. 41 but ip extra calf 14 00 44 Sap ip as No. 41 but bound in 2 vols. 12 75 46 Same edition,with 6 plates 8c 2 maps but without concordance, sheep, 8 59 Common Medium. 25 With Apocrypha, Concordance 8c 2 m*ps, lettered g 00 20 With Apocrypha, lettered 5 (5 27 With Apocrypha, Concordance 8c 10 maps, 7 qq 34 With Apocrypha, concordance, 10 maps and psahns 7 35 47 With Apocrypha, concordance, 8c 30 maps and plates 7 OCHOOL BIBLES—TEST AM F. N TS Collin’s Quarto Biblea, No. 4. Old and New Testaments, Con cordance, Apocrypha & Oster vald’s Notes, 9 00 8 Samd as No. 4 hut with maps & cuts 10 Jn 12 Same as No. 4 but in calf 10 0n 16 Same as No. 8 but in calf -1150 20 Same as No. 8 but in extra calf, 12 so Octavo Dikies. vt W‘ Woodward’s Pocket Biblea. No. 1 M<vrocco, Kilt leaves, 2 vols. 4 SO I c'!; d,°' 1 3 00 3 ^»lt, do. 2 do. 4 oo 1 <lo- 275 5 Flam binding, fine paper, as above, with or without Psalms, 2 vols. l 75 6 J)o. do. 1 vol. with Psalms, 1 50 7 Do. do. do. without Psalms, 1 3B 8 Uood common paper, 2 vols. with or without Psalms, 1 55. 9 1,0. do. 1 vol. with Psalms, 1 3ft 10 Do. do. 1 vol. without Psalms*, 1 25 « t/T/ ^L-iCr*in0L ai,y °f *,if above described “ BIBLES will be received by tiPiEASAsm Richmond, and the Books furnished at the. shortest notice. A liberal discount will be made to wholesale purchasers. (£7* Acta and Interesting Pamphlet. Just received and for sale by S. Pleasants Richmond A TREATISE ON KX P A Tli 1 A.TION. > February 5.