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Where d wi lls the potent spell which binds In instant union kindred tail'd* I Where does each answering impulse lie I Witlua the tool-illumined Eye. When ten|«nor,in the Warrior's form, Ou:strips the " Spirit ol the Storm,’* Where do the shrinking victims spy Their fate 1 *Tia in his blotting eye. And when—tlie awful conflict o*erw» The Patriot sinks, to rise no more. His Country claims his latest *jgh«* J* pictured in hie ttcadfutt eye. I> es hose Deception walk unseen By men, or Angels* purer ken r* What can Ilhuriel’s spear supply I The glance which speeds from Honor’s eyev Does Hydra Polly raise her head, Though often numbered with the dead, Proattate the lies f—ller end is nigh— It lurks iu 9atirc*s killing eye. And—»ert then not immortal—Love! Soon should thy heavenly essence prove •What eihel deaths transverdy fly. Prom cold Disdain’s overfed eye. a Bat where resides the wond’roui povsf To change thy nature every hour l *Tis strange to tell! The blind deaery That power in seastt'snumbing eye I See yon |»oor Slave, with suppliant knee I Sweet Mere* ! Set the eapttve free!— He spurn* your aid—1“I live or die, Obedient to—my Mary’* eye.” Hi1 lire*—for Mary granta his prayer | Though still in chains, he treads oo air— Noraonlrt Gnleonda’s treasures buy The tear that trembles in her eye. Yet, were thoae strong emotions mine, W hicli, blending, form this orb divine; More dear than Lovt’s bewildering glanee. Or Satirs'i swift unerring lanue, The shaft which wing* the keen rebokn-* T he WarrLr’sdeath.dcitouneing look— Thegtme, whiah <*t Ambition's feet. Would force submissive powers to meet** To nth more dear the hallowed ray. Which marks aftection's tranquil away, Cilds the sweet tear of syufatsy, Aud beamsia sriikdisip’sfattening eye. • Neither man nor Angel ean discern Ilypoorisy—the only evil that walks Invisible. Milt ox VARIETY. ON PRIDE. v Of all the c*um« which conspire to blind Man’aorringjudgment Sc misguide the mind, What the we-.k head with* mngr*t !>i.>* ml we 1* Prltle, UieneTer>failin| Woe «»f fool*. *0*B. Ho pu^oa of the Human Heart produces $n it* operation so many ubnirditie*, impro* ptiet>es follies anti vices, as Pride, Of a na« tuie as subtle <s the elec.nr flu,-, it per vades the whole mass of society; and\r.n* it act9 in different chararte-s, i« nevrrthr less discernible lothe'scrutizi. g eve hy cer t it" c mmnn j.roper ies. Ding-n. * was pr.uii f his tub. Ins pov. rt' and ab.temi s life, as A'-xa' der of his throne, his con quests,his riches or his luxuries C'a-...,sur iw.n.ed 'he Censor, the sr.ourg. of pride ir Roue a d who deu unced Cse^ar is a fn b-rause hr cret saw hi-., c a>c., I. s iw ,i With n« fig.*, wasit;.qut *ti- t.a |y hi pro rl of 'In sneul-'tity in . au ti ity of ho. own manm rs as was Cxs r t lie armeof . .fo pr. .j-erit. and popn-aiity lndrcs. as tiie par which first ‘trkes ou htu.it.on, tht spirit f pud* is almost ptilpabl. Vet hr re there can be no fixt d criterion t> jndge of he pur< tui r uar.tum p sensed by each u f!i> ii'.uh . Fr'ip cries and fiotrifs characterize pride wi*u *irts and fops: regs and dirtiness exhibit i re quent’y wi»|i .sluts and si. vers; anriihe lot. ter are as proud of thrir dit v and ..fiend arparel, as the belles and «. ux who ut ter in a hah room of their *-dk* at d The Frier.os are supp sed to lie ns h in ble a* any people in 'he world : yet my eye* have greatly der-Urd me it l have not m en oride perched on thei> c.«t| res* coats, and creeping in the plaits, fihe rpiam estcaps I have ev n sometime* f.nciedl saw it lurking beneath the wiK .,r surplice ola minister of *he gosnt i, who had just b en de Crying the spirit of pride as unciiriatian and impious H t thn the wisest and best men are sub ject it a tn.alter ot larr* t degree to tt.e in fluence of prid'- ; it i* danger u* on'y wiirn jt t ke» possession ».f those wbo«e reason is subset vient to Mie.r p n*i- n«. Wh. n .1 cr T- oted io sftch as i , i' is cddoui eradicate' a*d it htUoves the parent a rt pv crpt is cf children, wlio h*i«t the t*si ives store e« ncuRh to set the foils and ali'n d r> t,f ride jo many «>t its operstiotit, to i^uaid agiM s i»« inir»ducti..n inti -.he hearts of their young charge ; or to give it sttrh timelifica li-ms and directions a* iray exc te them to emulation of worthy men, virtuous actions, and decorous behavior aiid appearance. I1 kept in pr* per suboidinarion. Fruit- is tin spring (.f virtue and happiness ; it sufferer to acquire predominance, it becomes tht parent of vice and misery. MFHIT It is useful to look closely into men, to ser them undisguised and at rased only in the r eve v day merit. A' « di-ta re, th<- 'av.r lies off runeimnos yiy.-u —«li tat.ee pi te them in no advantageous pnti.tnf vi w^*—• Fame exaggerates their merit, and flitters dt ines them ; approach, and you find them •nly men. POLI l’RNF.SS Is usually the inmate of an honest, social, and benevolent heart A PLTN. A fellow being asked, why hit old stock ings were like dead men, answered, because art aowfrf, THB CELEBRATE* G» MICH ABM1KEB I > HYA TOGA, So generally knoorn *nd Meen. od for hi* «obi u fine it fin * not riding hones. W c 11 *lan“ the present season, every v v Sunday & Monday at Mrs. Randolph*" •n Chesterfield, near the Coal Mine—every Tuesday and Wednesday at Mr Sublett’s Tavern, in Powhatan—every Thursday at Wna. Powell's, iu Goochland—every Friday & Saturday at Mr. Martin Baker's at Bacon Branch. Gentlemen may refer to the handbills of Hyatoga for further infer* nation. . , LEWIS SHERLEY. Louisa, April 3. v4w TO BE SOLD. lots of land, Cone Quarter Acre each, beaut*. th" rmd ,ewJln* R>eh hVb 'V'IU*,",|*Ur*> and eenvenie .t to two ex ceilenl Springs of Water, and ab.^it fifteen or *0 S5«« wa,k,V>m the Court-House. A ..tan of the rnii?w™™y bk at Mr- JAS.H LYNI H* OoBee-Hoom, who will superintend the Sale, l ermt SfemJdely “ ** d“7*nd “ ‘“Stable JOHN GLYNN. Mays 18U—(tds) RICHMOND TURN PI KK COMPANY. 'T'HE Shareholders, in the Richmond Turrpike * CompauT are hereby notifi.- that their Annu al General Meeting is on the first Monday in next jnoiiih ■, and that the tame will be held si the EA trT,en?*,n **»• City of Richmond, on that day at 10 o dock. May 4.—(US) * *HBPPA*D. 7W Ten Dollars Reward WILL be given for TQM, if delivered to me, in Richmond, or F.ve Hollar* if lodged jn Jdl_ tom is tour fact nine or ten inches high, light com ■ pinion, sour look-had on a white napped ootton roond coat k pantaloons, Penitentiary-mule shoes with nails all around. I purchased bira of Thomas Moody, cltcoaied, of New-Keot, in January* 1813. He was formerly the property of Jehn Thompson, oi said County. He haa a wife at Mr. Benford's quarter, near the Ones Roads, and a brother named Nathan, belonging to Syll. PharisS w.th whom he was seen on Sunday last, with a cart, on their way alter fish, to Rockahock on Chiokahominv River. J „ ARCHELAU8 HUGHES. Richmond, April 9f. wtf NOTICK. ♦T1HE Proprietors of Property in Jefferson Ward, * will please to take notice, that I shall, in com. i)nance with the aireetiont ol the Coromittiopert of Street* in the said Ward, proceed, on Monday next to survey the Streets and Lota therein, agreeahlv to an Ordinance of the Common Council of the CitV of Richmond, paaaed the 18th June, 1819. The Sur vey will commence at the junction oT F. and «5tli Stiwett at ten o’clock, where those ooneerned will please attend. RICHARD YOUNG. Richmond, April 9S if Fo;i SALE BY LUC&E $ SiZUK, 20 boghead's Loaf Sugar, 20 bags Ginger, 20 boxes Whiuamore Cotton Carda, JOOo pieces Nan kern a, 1000 pair Men’s Shoes, 2000 pair Women’s Morocco Shoes, ft/h tered Steel, Cofifiera* tS1 Logwood. April 25. w4t DOCTOR MKItttY M\KF.S a rr«p» cttiil tender of his service in t.h*. different branches of his profession to the Citi/.. ns o Richmond .n t its vicinity— His office i» over Mr. PARKKILL’s Store, a few doors below Gamble’s Corner. 3* Richmond, April 30, Notice. PURSUANT to a Resolution of the Com -mittee appointed by the Coinm n H dl, of Richmond, to disc'-ver a proper acite for a Courlh -uie, Clerk’s Office and Ja 1 f<»r the City : Pinposals wiil ne received a> m> Office, from individuals who h.tve * mind .. »ell.—Each «ll describe his ground and annex the price. B. W. COLEMAN. M v 4. f NO i III K. TN conarqumce of the rcsigni'inn of Nfr.Tho 1 may ' a erwood, as one oi lie Superintend ants at the Ptlbiir Warehouse, the whole of the husiness now devolves on me. AI persons ha vinis any claims against "rice an-! Under wo id, are r. quested to bring them forward. tv VI. PRICK, $. I. P. w Public VVro’i lions.-. \pnl -2:1. a valuable TRACT OK LAN I). FOR SALE, LYTVO about twelve mile* from Richmond, convr tieiii to u*vig ui..,i, lontaiiiir,# «46 acre* by a late surv, Ivio^ on Itsi'ey’*- Hun, and ro.nmonlv knov n tty dir name of ti nietft Tract, Moi'K'i’K I" ‘he legatees of' Thomas t'l.E" n . 'he'd. Ia»e of M-nrico county, & ho«nded h) the Lands be^ingmg to the estates '»• the late llow t-r'Jocne, It >brrt Pleasants, Georsre Woodson, and otlif rs ; it will be sold in three tiai-C' Is. This l.and is well ad iptrd to Clover and Wheat Fir further particulars, enquire of Samuel Parsons, Uichmond, ; nd Dr Suntiel Pleasants, near the L»nd, who wdl shew it to any person de-irous of purchasing Should it not be sold privately before June • lenrico Cour , it will be sold on that day to hr hijf.iest hidd r, on the following terms, to l : one third cash, and the other two thirds •n s credit of 12 and 24 months, to carry inter. .*t from the date, to be satisfactorily secured tiy the Legatee» of Thomas Pleas a ttTs, deed. April 21. tda. JUST PUBLISHF,I), “ by Samvel p leas amts, TilK ACTS or THE General Assembly of Virginia, ratten at the • MAY It 1) K (; F.M It K tt y B S.SIOXS Ih 1813 May«. tf Wilson’* Ornithology. GCT The Subscribers for Wilson's Ornithology, «re respenifully iiiformwl, that this Tsluahte work eill he completed in ihe course of the ensuing sum. mer. It w.ll be eoinprizeil in 9 volt. The 7th and nth wait, will be readyt for tWiveiy, at this office it, • few days. April JV> 181 Aw (*t) . NOTICE. w Saturday, St«t day of M«yt will be tdld, at the Short himp, at IS o’clock under the decree of Henrico Court by the CoramiMioners six NE* GROF.S. *>elonri»r to the Ettate or David Ellia, dec ▼»*. one Man, two Women, a Boy and two Gh-la.— Terma of sale made knowu oo the day. »*• May 4 TRULrFORTUtfiTR I.YDEED The 20,000 dollar Prize, also ! FROM WAITE’S OFFICE. No. 13648 Was draws the Capital PKIZB of £30,000, on Tuesday last, in the Washington Monument Lottery. IT was sold by tbo Truly Fortunate Venders of Tickets, G. & R. W VITE, and was sem enclosed in a letter only a few days since, to a gentleman at Windsor in Vermont It is ra ther extroardinary that only 11 days prior,were drawn two Capital Prizes, our of £5000 in the shove Lottery, and oneoi 10,0'0 Dollies in th Trinity Church Lottery, which were both sold by G. cV R VVAITE ; the £ 1 ‘,000 prize in share* of Tickets signed by them, and being the highest pr-ze ever sold in the U. S in share* »t Tickets i and the highest prize ever driven bv one number, in any Lottery in the United Slates, vix. £60,000, was also sold by G. & H. WAI'IV, who have now a few more warranted undrawn Tickets for sale in the Washington Monument Lottery, at their office in Baltimore : The* have also for sale, at their offices in New-York and Albany, Tickets in the NEW YORK 8TATE LO ITRRY, FOR THE BOARD OF HEALTH I £40,000 Highest Prize. Shares of Tickets also signed by them. 'ey* The Public will please to tuke notice, that all Tickets from G. & R. W A ITU’s Offices will have their name printed on the back of esc*., and those wi'hout their name are not from their offices. They will advance Cash (or Prizes as soon as drawn, and give all Lottery informal ion gratis. A liberal allowance made to those who i buy a quantity of Tickets. Books Stationary Playing Cards—Sand Pafier— Emery, Ctc. wholesale Itf retail, as above. Twenty Dollars ltewafrJ. RAN AW AY, fas 1 am informed, a few day* before Christmas last) from a free mul.«tt man by the name of Patterson, who hired hei the last year, a negro woman named M ARI \ MIDDLETON, belonging to me She in a stout, full bodied woman with large eyes, and re. markable for deep dimples in her cheeks.— Her countenance is pleasing when shu smiles, and one of her fore teeth is out She common ly wears a handkerchief on her head like a tur. ban--* will give tli** above reward, a«d p-tj all reasonable expenses to any person who will deliver her to me in this city, or ten dollars tin securing her so that I get her again. WM. MUNPORD. Richmond, January 31, 1814. [tf] (£3* Land for hale. I will sell a valuable tract of high land near Richmond, containing about 150 or 2(j(. acres, the distance from the city is about 4 I 2 miles, adjoining the lands of John Price, R - bert Price and Capt. Ji.siah Gathnght; am person inclinable to purchase, can view the premises by application to me, who will at the same time tnjdit known the price. JOHN H. SAUNIiERS. P. S. So soon as the sale is marie tnere shall be notice given, and all to whom I am •ndebted will please apply to me f j pay - ment, as the land will be sold for that pur* P°u* • ™ J-H s* Henrico, March 26tjj 1814. r n Last-Iron i^ouudrv. T'HK suoscriber* have commenced the tf ■!» 1 merit oi * Furnace in this place, underiM. nnn of Parkliill, Sabbaton it Co. Thc/txpec to have it in complete operation about the mid die of May next, and '.t ill thankfully receive or era for castings of any description, which tt>e> trim will be executed with neatness ami dis patcb, having procur* <J the best of workmen O/ders left with Mr. John Park!.ill, at h,s store with Mr. I*. A. Oaboaton, at the works, just above th- lasm on the Canal, or with Messrs. Follet & Lea, Petcrburg, will be strict, ly attended to. JOHN PV.tKHII.L P. \. SAdH\Ti#X. . , I'OLLP.T & LK\. Richmond, March 24, 18’4 tf. Genuine Vrari*i»i»t *1 jitter. PUBLIC VO/’ICF Tv hereby gi' en that the s.,t, u . iber, in con formity to the act of the General A'.sem* My, oassed February 4tn, 1814, and entitled An act f‘»r tue free distribution of genuine vaccine matter, is ready t<» furnish the same, without Fee or Reward, to any f 'itl zen or Li izeus of the Commonwealth of Vir* »;!"> . wh‘> i"»y apply to him for it. Proper directions how to use i , will likewise be fur nished, ,f required, tree of anv expence whatever. Ail let ers relative to vaccination, either to "r from the undersigned, and not excee ding half an ounce in weight, are considered by the United S ates mail free of any Pos age. (See the act of Congress, entitled *• an act to encourage vaccination.”) Apply at a w lime through the medium of the Post Office, directed to JAMP.s SMITH. Agent for Vaccination, Baltimore. I -Notice. HE Subscriber* linvinjf entered into Co. Partnership, the Apothecary's and Orue «“«• ^u‘,ne""i heretofore conducted by Philip Lni-val, jr. will be continued under the firm of PHILIP DU.VAL, jr, V Co. At the tiga oj the Golden Mortar, Main ttreet, Richmond. They expect to receive in a few week*, an ad ditional supply of 1IKUG8, MKIIICINkh he , , w,, ch. with the atock on hand, will rend, r M.e.r assortment very complete, all of which will be an'o at a very modi rate advance for cash or acceptance, ia town. And thev assure their ! 'e"d^ ‘he public, that they w,l| ever en deavor to |f,v. satis action, as well in the qua lity, a* m the pnc< a of their (fonua PIIILII* IHJ V t L, iun. . .. f JAMB* M.COULUNO. April 1, 1314_ j vi. Herd’s Grass Heed. COflTY IMLSfIKI*S of Herd** Crass Seed 1 received and for aale by April 8, 181*. ** G' ADAMS* vraoiHU; At a Superior Court of Chancery, hetdc* at the Capitol in the City cj KichtHonU, * the 27th day qf January, 1814. Matthew Clay. . . . . PUtmiJ &OAINST Sarah Williama, gxecmri a of Joseph William*, and administratrix of Rol»ert William*, John Call and Lucinda his trite, William Williams & John B. Scott, executors of Klir.ab ill Wi* liatns, widotv, and John Itobert Williams, an infant son of John Williams deceased, by the said hlixabeth Williams hu guardian, l.tm'o Chaljneis, Sur.h Uhulr.iers, late Sarah Wat kins, wido > and administratrix, and Mourn, ing Micajah Watkins, an infant daughter of M.cajah Watkins, deceased, by Henry B. Coleman her guardian, and Nathaniel Wash mg»«»n Williams, M .rtha Williama and Fanny Williams, by Sarah Williams their guardian, James VaUtfhan, executor of Thomas Lanier, Joseph Williams, who w.a appointed by the aaul Jos* ph Williams, dec’d, ancx’nrtohis will, St the heirs, executors or administrators H*rrl*"n. deceased, Defend am e I* •**** Cause came on this day to be h \rd :»u * the papers formerly r -ad. and the report or • ommisai .iu;r \ichols.m, pursuant to the on!* . . t,»-’ 21«t «lay of June 1811, and w%s argued b> >unar 1: On consideration whereof, and be •aus- the ngw parties made by the amended b,U» 8,nc«* »’*« said order of reference to a commissioner, were not pro|>erly before the ourt at the time the said order was entered, and against whom the plaintiff now. do have nroceeded, in the mode prescribed by law, a gainat the absent defendants: (and they stil; ailing to appear and answer,) the court doth recommit the report to the commissioner who •lade it, although the same, in other respect oay be right and correct, for him to consider •uid report thereupon. (A copy—Teste 1 • WM. W. HBN1NG, C. C. THIS Parties interested will take notice, that I have appointed Monday the 23.1 May next, t» carry the foregoing order into effect, when thi s will please attend a*. the Swann Tavern, in this cuv. between the hours of 9snd 2 o’clock, with their books and pap. i s prepared for a complu ance with the laid order. JOHN NICHOLSON, M. C. Commissioner’s Office, RicV > mond. February 22, 1814. J 23M Valuable James Niver JLauo for sale. OYcfn'y l£e l7,h wi» Positive ,7 • on the PrcTT»«‘es, that valuable f ate, ,n the county of Powhatan, 34 miles fro Richmond, called BELL MEAD, Relonging to the heirs of the late Ch a*l«s Lo gas, Ksqutre, comain-ng 171.1 acres.—Deep ' reek, *hicli is a large and i\ev. r.tailing stream Mms through the tract and affords a most valu ahl- MILL SEAT, about half a mile from the river, to Winch ,t is bo*uble-It is m a good and heall.iy neighbourhood, which wiih the lack lity ol carrying thejerop to market by water increases its value, the freight of wheat being g neratlv only snout 6 ceiils a bushel. Then about 35U acres above 8c irom 30 to 40 ucr. • ne'ow the creek, of lb FIRST itATE JAMFS UIVKd LOW GROUNDS—ti, l„gh land h principally <n woods, lays well, is heavily tim. hered, and is generally good fertile PA It VI (NG an<i IOBACCO L VND—It will be divided into (*° ,.raC,9» 1,1 w* y ap|M ar to lie tlie wish of the purci.sscrs. I*o»se«ioii will »,e given of the land, or wheat, in time ro sow ibis season, and I ih m ,| ogs tcC the fir.t day of Janua ry. e third of the purchase money to he paid on firm beptemher next, snd the balance in tw. annum prjme ts Personal security will be required tor t .e first paymant, and a deed ot trust on the prop. r»y to secur • ..e whole. Mr rur.k r, wlto lives on the estate, will shew it previous to (lie dsy of sale, to ,nv person wish ing to purchase. One of the undersigned will a so be in the neighbourhood for that purpose Irom th'# 20th to the 25,h April, and from the 10th ot V iy to the day of sale. Shou'd the 17th Ot VIay ilea rainy day, thesalemay possibly be postponed till the next fair .lay; hut as some bidders w,|| probably be from d .stance, as well as the subscribers, no trifling cause will delay the sale from positively taking piace, and no private Sale will be ni.- e in ttie interim CM Alt LRS F. LOGAN, jor himnelf, and at attorney. JAMES CAHTEK. NEIL VPCOULL. April 1, 1814. *•* editors of the Petersburg Intelli gencer and Frederlrksbu.g Herald are request ed to publish the above advertisement in their respective paper*, til, day o sale, ami transmit their accounts to the editor ot the Argus lot payment. buniuel ii. Adams, IS NOW ItKCRIV (NG 100 Casks Nails, assorted, 1 Hogshead Knob Locks, 1 Do. Files, 2 Do. Tongs, Shovels and Pokers, 1 Do. 8addlery assorted, 1 Do. Tea Kettles, 1 Do. Till and Chest Locks. Uuti Hinges, fcc. 4 Do. assorted Hardware, 50 Ton Bar Iron, assorted, 16 Baltimore Ploughs, 12 Doz. Saddle Trees, ALSO ON ff \WD, A (food assortment ot Hardware, Tronmonirerv Cutlery and Brass Wares, Bolting Cloths, Ho-p Iron, Nail Rods, &c kc.—Which are of. ered for sale, on moJarate terms. Ree. 1.3. ^ Lewis $ Clark’s Travels. JUST RF.CEIVBR At»D roa SAI.E AT THIS OFriOt, A. History of the Expedition, OMDBR THE COMMAND OF CAP rs. LEWIS AND CLARK, TO TBI sources op run Missouri: Thence across the Rocky Mountains, and down the f iver Columbia to the Pacific Oce. ..Performed During the Year* 1804 5 and 6, by order of the Government of the' bated States.-— In Two Volumes 8 vo. with PRICE SIX DOLLARS; JUST RECEIVED, ' AT JOHNtON AND warmer’s, Lewis b; ( lark’s Expedition UP THB MISSOURI, During1 the Years 1804, 5, k 6,-in 3 Vols. April 7. PRIZES! PRIZES! On tnc *i i'f h of HTuy next. will be received th e 40t/i day'* drawing ojthe WASHINGTON MONUMENT LOTTERY , F»US I* dnvn Number, on that day, entitled to a Prize ot J.W,000—and 10 days after, tMC V"z* of 5540.COO-Besides the floating •r a a of $5000, glOO), 500, &c. &c Present ;>nce of 1 ickets, U dollars, and will advance shortly. I'h« 45th dav*« drawing ofthe BALTIMORE flOSPi PAL Lottery, will be received on the on the 5th >>l May*—First drawn Wo. on f*v»t day '■* entitled to the prir.e of dolhis—A >cw days drawing after, the the two &S00G, and several g5<;0, a id o« uraWiu pro •ent price of Tickets, gl4. A few Tickets (warranted undrawn) in tlie I aforesaid Lotteries, can be bought for Prize Tickets, or for Negociable Notes, at the Sub scriber’s office i where Bank Notes of other States, or Prize Tickets, will be discounted or exchanged. Ticketa,ekamiiicd gratis, and to distant adventurers, notice toy mail will be riv en of the fate of their Ticket*. ALSO FOR SALE, STAMP PAPER Of this State and o< the United States—And likewise, » a rxw kkgs or PRINTING INK, Crucibles—Co/i/ier Stills—and a fees Pack« ages of Cotton Goods : All of which will be sold, on the most liberal terms, by J B. KERSHEBOT, •A few Doort below the Bell Tavern* April 30. 3t WHOLESALE Shoe and Leather Store. JUST opened at No. 11, South Front, 6 doors below Market*street, where the subscribers '>fler for sale, 2u,'»00 pair first quality mens* coarse SHOES' 5,0u0 do. second do. do. do. do. 10,000 do. first do. do. lined & bound do. 2,000 do. second do. do. do. do. 2,000 do first do. do. calf and seal do. 1,000 do. do. do. do. leather fc pink lined do. 1,000 pair mens’ laced BOOTS, 1,000 do hoy9* coarse and fine SHOES, 1,000 do. do laced BOOTS & JKFFERSONS. 10,000 do. womens’ SHOES, well assorted. ALSO, A handsome assortment of LEATHER, which they swill dispose of on such terms as are ealeu* • ated to invite the dealers iathe above articles ALEXANDER^CLAY & Co. Philadelphia, Marcli 1, 1814. w2m New Publications. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALK, AT THIS OtFlCMi 1^ AIJF.lt 0,1 t he Holy Spirit. Life of Souvarof. Blcmeuu of Geography, or An Extensive Abridge* munt U.«reol j exhibiting a view of the natural and artificial features ot the vario a divisions of the Barth—and embracing those branches of Statis tics moat intimately connected with Geographical Science—illustrated with Maps--By R. Dickin son, F.t«| author of n Geographical and Statistical View of Miissachiisettfl, Sec. 8cc.— \ccQrQ|)iiucd with a uuw & extensive introduction, comprising the Vsifonoinioal ami other subjects preliminary to the study of Geography—>.y K. Iloyt, F.sq. au th -r of several Military Works. A Mother’s Advice to her Sou 8c Daughter, by the Marchioness De Lambert. Lemonade Geographic, destinies a apprendre vix F.nfauts les Elements de cette Science—Par , L Gaultier. The Christian Observer, for July and August, 1813. The Diverting History of John Hull 8c Brother Jo. nathan. The Bride of Abvdos, a Turkish Tale,—by Lor* Lewis and Clark’s Expedition* April 24* ALSO, FOR SALE AS ABOfE% Tousard’s Artillerist’s Companion. Duane’s Military Library. - 1 — Dictionary. -- Hand Hook for Infantry. -Do. for Riflemen. Elements of War, by Maltby. Rules and Articles of War. Steven’s Artillerist’s Pocket Companion; -omplete Military Tutor. 'word Exercise for Cavalry, by Hewet. Steuben’s Military Exercise. >lollin.d)cail’8 Company Exercise. Joan»s and Translations, by Richard Dabnevl Col man’s Poems. Army and Navy List of the V. States. Brown’s Family Bibles. A FRESH SUPPLY OP Carey’s Family Bibles. Pocket Bibles, bound in morocco* Do. in Calf Prayer Books. Hymn Hooks, Ac. Ac. A Collection of Blank Books. Ctricattires, Ac. Ac Ac. By the Governor of the Commonwealth of Vtr+ S'inia, A Proclamation. \V ^een represented to the » ▼ Executive by the Jailor of Chesterfield county, that * certain JOHN ROBERTSON (* man of colour) who had b.en committed to to* Jail or said county, by . Magistrate thereof for HOKSK STEALING, hath* BROKEN."d Jail, and made hi* ESCAPE therefrom t—1 do therefore, with the adr.ee of the Council of state, hereby offer a reward of TWENTY (JOLLA US, to any person «r persons, who shall apprehend and salely lodge within any Jail of this Commonwealth tl.e said John Robertson, so that he may be dealt with as the law di rectsj and I do moreover require all officers, civil and military, and exhort the good people or this Commonwealth to use their beat endea vors to arrest the said John Robertson, .o that lie may be brought to justice. Givi?* under my han i as Governor, and _ under the seal of the commonwealth, (I*-3.) at Richmond, this 27th day of April, one thousand eight hundred and four teen, and of the Commonwealth the thirty-eight. J’S. BARBOUR. Tf. R. John Robertson is about 5 feet 4 or 5 mohes high, his complexion black, his dress a blue coat and white Virginia pantaloons, a«d said, when be was first committed to jail that he came as servant to Captain Kempt from Fre. dencksburg. V'r"30- w4 w. Taken up, by Jos Pollard, a BAY MAKE, about 8 years old, 4 feet 8 ..r 9 inches high, posted and appr.ised to ten pourd ten shillings. SAM COCKE, JOHN MARTI Feb. 2, 1814, WM. HUM BE!;.' The above appraisers qualified to the Febuxry 2. lf.14 CL* t*i Copy— , L