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be-utiful lines m print They will be more gra titymg, we believe, to some of our readers, thai Any political speculations we could publish. Jtult t-ed Get:. SWKF.T LITTLE ANNE. Can aught be more fair to the eye Than the blush of the maidenly year ! Can aught with the orchard bloom vie Wlien, in May, it* sweet blossoms appear Can aught like the eglantine please, Or the ro c budding—tell me what can ? O ! thrice more attractive than these, Is the cheek of my sweet little Anne. What can charm like the spring of the field, When it trickels transparently by ? Or what sweeter pleasure can yield Than to look on the gem of (lie sky ? What can win like the tremulous dew, Which the Zephyrs on gossamer fan ? O ! thrice more enchanting to view, Is the eye of tny sweet liule Anne ! Can aught like the morning delight When it dawns towards peaceab'e day ? Or bewitch, like the pianet of night, When she s'eals in good humor away ? Is there aught like the sweetness of eve When serene as when nature began, ’The soft sun takes his mellow last le. ve ? Ves—the smile of my sweet liule Anne ; Can aught more delicious be nam’d Than the exquisite fruit of the Pme? I More inviting can aught beproclaim’tl Than the elegant b'tnclt of the Vtne ? Is there aught can In flavor exceed Ev’rv beverage precious to matt l O ! yes—these are tasteless indeed To the kis» of my sweet little Anne. Thrice more than the sun setting hour, Or the dawn <»f the morning benign, |* More delightful than springs sweetest flow’ Or the mirth -making je>cc of the vine, More serene than' the gems of *he sky And more soft than the down ou the Swan Is the cheek—is the !ip—is the eye— Is the stniii of my sweet little Anne From the Boston Evening Gazette. TRANSLATION From Grsner, by the pious Miss Elizabetl Smith—and is an ingenious and mora fable—elucidating equally the horrors of the flood, and the security of the sou1 which rests on the Ark ot* future salva tion. Picture of the Deluge. The marble towers were already deep buried beneath the flood, and dark wave.* already rolled over the mountain tops ; one lofty summit stood alone above the waters. Its sides resounded with the mingled cries of wretches who attempted to ascend, an. whom death followed o>> the dashing wave. Here, a crag, rent from the mountain, fel with its bnr’hen of helpless mortals into tin foaming flood : there the wild stream of -0 torrent hurried down the son, as he wa> dragging up his dying father, or the des pairing mother with tin load of her children. Only the highest summit now remained above the deluge. Semin, a noble youth, to whom the most noble of maidens had sworn eternal love, had saved his beloved Semira on the sum mi*. All else were dead. They sfo< (! alone in the howling storin; the waves dash ed over them. Above them growled the thunder, and beneath roar’d the furious ocean. Darkness reigned around, save when the lightning shewed the horrid scene. Each cloud’s da k brow threatened ven geance, and each wave rolled on a thou sand corse* ; it rolled on with fury, seeking for more destruction. Semirn pressed het beloved to her trembling heart; tears ran with the rain-drops flown her faded cheeks. She spake with a f Itering voice. there is no more safety, O my beloved ! Death surrounds us. O destruction ! () mis ery ! Death Cnn^s every m <menf nearer. W hich of those waves, oh, which will over whelm us ? Hold me. hold me in thy trem bling arms, O my beloved! Soon, soon shall I, shall thou, be no more sw Mowed up in the universal destruction. Now, O God! yonder it rolls. How di eadful ! It mlli yet nearer illuminated bv the light nigug. Now,—O God ! our Judge!” she said, and sunk on Semin. Ilis trembling arm surrounded his fainting love No voice breathed from his quivering lips. He saw only the fainting Semira leaning on his bosom, and, felt more than the chill ol death. Now h<* kiss’d.her pale cheek, wet with the chilling rain; he pressed her clo ser to his breast, and said, “ Semira, belov ed Semira, wake I Oh, yet return to this scene of horror, that thine eyes may look on me once more; that thy pale lips may once more tell me that thou lov’st me even in death, yet once more, ere the flood ovei - whelrq us both l” He said, Ik she awoke. She looked on him with an eye full of ten derness and inecpressible s rrow,—then on the wide scene of desolation. “ O God our Judge!” she cried, *• is the e no pro tection, is there no piiy for us ? (J how ! the waves dash, how the thunder roars j around u«! Wlmt terrors announce the uopropi.mted judgment. O God ! our years flowed m in innocence. Thou the most virtuous of youths !—Woe, woe is me !_ They are all gone ; they who adorn’d my life with the flowe * "f joy, are all gone !-l Ami thou who gavest no* life, () agonizing sight! the wave tore thee from my side. Yet once didst thou raise thy head and thy arms ; thou wouid have blest me, and werl overwhelm’d. O they ate all gone_ and yet—O Semin, Semin ; beside thee the lonely desolated world would ne to me 4 Parad.se. Our you liful year f! w -d on in innocence. On, is there no salvation, no ntrcy ? Yet, why does tny afflicted heart I - imnjdam ? O God. forgive 1 we die— I V !‘at 18 Jbe innocence of man in tUv I *ight r ihe youth supported his beloved as '•be trembled in the storm, and said ** *es’ ;n/ beloved, life is banished from u* < krtlt; the voice ol the dying no more »- heard amidst the roaring ot the ocean.— l* .'seinira, my dearest Scmira, the next moment will be our last! Yes, they are Kone» tb* ,l»pes of this life are all gone; ' every pleasing prospect that we imagined hi the enraptured hours of our love is ban ished. \\ e die ; but O let us not await the universal doom like those who have no hope ; and O my beloved, what is the long est, the happiest life? A dew-drop that hangs from the jutting rock, and before the m Tiling sun, falls into the sea. Raise up tl.y drooping spirit. Beyond this life is peace and eternity. Let us not tremble now as w e pass over. Embrace me, ami so let us await our destiny. Soon, my Seini • a, soon shall our souls rise above this de solation ; lull of feelings of inexpressible happiness shall they arise. () God, hope h'b my sou! with courage. Yes, Seinira, I *t us lift Up our hands to God. Shall a mortal adjust his balance ? He who breatli , !Pto. u® th® .breath of life; He sends deaths to the ngnteous, and to the unrigh teous ; but well is it for him who hath walk: ed m the path of virtue. We pray not life, > righteous Judge 1 Take us from hence [ Imtoh, invigorate the hope, the sweet hope , >|>®*pressible happiness, which death shall no more disturb. Then roll, ye thun ders, and rage,thou ocean : dash over us ye waves . Piaised be the righteous Judge, praised . Let this be the last thoughfof i <»ur soul in the dying body.” Courage and ! (ov animated the &ce of Scmira. She rais- i IfZY!?"i1V“. tlie8t?rm>and said, “ Yes, I eel tne delightful, the glorious hope !— • aise the Lord, O iny tongue, weep tears ol joy, my eyes, till death shall close ye— V heaven filled with happiness awaits us.— i c are all gone before, ye beloved ! We come. Soon, O soon we shall again behold VOU. 1 hey stand before His throne, the ‘ 'gbteous One s; He hath gathered them -aether from lus judgment. Roar, ye hunders, rage destruction ; ye are hymns of praise to his righteousness. Roll over I us, ye waves : See, my beloved 1 Embrace me—yonder it comes ; death comes on yon '*rk 'V>VJ: Embrace me, Semin; leave earth”** « k * lt °"e f,on» «'® earth —“ I embrace thee, Seinira,” said !,e youth. “ 1 embrace tbee! O death, d.ou art welcome. We are prepared.-_ raised be the eternal Ju<t One J” The next wave found tliem lock’d in each other’s rms; the succeeding found them not ! brum the Boston Evening Gazette. Mr. Printer, I was the other evening at an assembly, where I had the sight of seve.al tine laces! >ut very improperly patched. Amidst the 'v •ole circle, which consisted of 30 lailieo ; saw hut two patches properly placed, j lave always been a declared enemy agai» si he rage of plastering little bits of black oik upon the human face divine ; but as I jelieve I have not eloquence enough to per uade the fair sex to lay it aside entirely, 1 -hink it tny duty to lay down rules for pro perly pacing the patch, to such of them as do flunk that it heightens tliei; charms. Patches may be reduced to nine sorts, winch are placed in the following man 1. The passionate, or smart patch, at the corner of the eye. 2. The majestic, almost in the middle of the forehead. 3. The gay, on the brink of a dimple lormed by a smile. 4. The gallant, in the middle of the cheek. • 5. The kissing, at the corner of the mouth. 6. The brisk, near the nose. 7. The coquettish, upon the lips. 8. The discrete or prudish, under the lower lip, towards the chin. 9. 1 he concealing, upon a pimple. I hose who advert to these rules, will he convinced that a promiscuous manner of patching may be productive of ill conse quences, and ruin many a fair character, is well as lead the inamorato to many a mistake. J Yours, Mirtilda Patciiwell. From the Boston Centinel. Mr. Russell— 1 send you for publication in your exten sively circulating paper, an epitomized statement of an article, styled anecdote extraordinary in the London Evaw-e licnl viloxazine, for July 1815. On the 2ftth of July, 1814, three brigs which sailed together from Limerick, l.e land, bound to London, laden with oats, butter and bac n, were taken as prizes by the American ai med ship of war Whig, of 18 guns, and 127 men, commanded by James l lark. Esq. The Mary,of Wa terford, after 100 casks of butler and 20 tierces of pork and oeef were taken out, was burnt. Capt. ('lark then went on board t .e Eliza, VV. Davis master. Find ing her cargo of oats to be i.f no service to him, he gave orders to set her on fire—But previously to carrying his orders into exe cution, he went into the cal»in,and casting his eye on a box with a hole in the top (si milar to that which tradesmen have in their counters, through which they drop their money.) At the sight of it and the inscrip tion, he seemed a little surprised, and said to the Captain, “ Captain, what is this ?” “ (>,” said he in reply,« it is ail over now.” u What ?” asked the American Captain._ “ Why, the truth is,” said Captain Davis, “ thai l and my poor fellows have been ac customed, every Monday, to put a certain sum each into that box, for the purpose of sending out missionaries to preach tire gos pel among the heathen. Its all over now.” The American captain paused a little, with one cud of his stick on the little box ; and when he broke silence, sai.l4 « Captain, we Americans are not at war with you, nor with toe like ot you, but with your cursed Government (please to euue the expren sion) we aie at war. Captain, as your vatgo belongs to youi Government, l will utterly destroy it by throwing it overboard; but neithery«un> rtour vessel will l bv anv means hurt.” When Capt. Cla.k uiuler stood by the register ofthe other brig, the Insb-Miner, that part of her belonged to t apt. Davis, of the Eliza—he spared her cargo altogether. At parting, all tl?a» cap tain C. wanted of Capt. Davis was, that should he be unfortunately taken hy an Kn ghsh man-of-war,Captain I). should come and see him with 50 guineas in his pocket or each vessel.-Which he gladly promised to do, without being called upon to fulfil Ins promise. The underwriters at Lloyd's made Davis a present ol 25 guineas, with ahum ant thanks, for saving two btigs, and th»» cargo of one of them, vvotth toge ther at least twenty two thousand pounds, or upwards of g 97,000, by his missionary f aid. Prnpert, who furnishes the above narrative, with an explanatory addition from the Magazine of the preceding March, to which he alludes, had it from Caiif. Da vj7 8 «*» m°uth. He testifies, that he had o en been in bis cabin, but he would never j et. hl™ leave >N nifhsut a gentle hint to help t .e missionary box. He had hung it up conspicuously in the cabin, with the words « Missionary Box’* painted on it. t apt. Davis, who was a member of the Cal vanistic Methodists in Cardigan, "Wales, , ca*t in sixpence, the mate threepence, and i *,e s®Hmen a penny each, every Monday morning throughout the year. (tJ*Interesting to Medical Men, Country Merchants, Farmers <§*c. willi am west, Jiroi iiKCjiiiv jijsrt) druggist, Ji few doors below the Bell Tavern, and second door below the ^Irgus office, has received, in addition to his former Stock, a Full and Fresh Supply 0f Medicines, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Shop Furni ture Sec. Comprehending almost a general assortment in [T L,nr- Jimus the™ he will mention trieJolloTviuifi viz • llRUOS $ MKIlIClNFS: Aloes, Assaftctiila, yellow uml pale Bark. Ca lomel, Camphor, Cream ofTartar, Ipecac, Jalap, Rhubarb, Manna, Liquorice refined and common Opium red Precipitate, 3 000 lb. Glauber Salts,’ Roc belle do. Magpiesia in large lumps. |>, jn small squares,*l)o. pulverised, Do. calcined, war ranted to be of die very best quality; IcrhOmt mem, genuine Haarlem Oil, Essence of Mustard and a variety of other Patent Medicines t Sul-’ phor, roll and powdered; O lof Almonds, Sweet Oil upwards of 200 bottles of the best Jamaica Las tor Oil, &c. &c. PAINTS, viz: 75 keg* London Ground Wh.te Lead; 600 lbs. dry do.; 1000 lbs. dry Spanish Itrown; 50 kegs do. m oil; 1000 lbs dry Spruce Ochre ; 400 lbs. American Terra de Sienna, equal to the English and very fcbeap ; 2000 lbs. best Spanish Whiting - ^ . *&■ D\ E S TUFFS, viz: 200 lbs Oil of Vitriol and Muriatic Acid; 200 lbs. Aqua fortis, warranted to be double the usu al strength ; Madder ; 200 lbs. Spanish Indigo ; Arnatto; Camwood ; Copperas, &c. &c. „A“°7‘!1’0?,h» ,,air* clolh "‘d Pain* HncsiiKs • ail of winch he is determine to sell low for rash or on a reasonable credit. Orders, 8tc. will be strictly attended to VIRGINIA: " ' At Ruin hold' ll in the Clerk’s Office of the supe rior Court of Chancery, for the Richmond Vis tnct, the 6th day of Februury i81b. John S. Stubbs, junr. Plaintiff. Against. Polly Brown, and Washington Brown, heirs at law of Sally Brown, deed, and John S. Stuhhs sen. administrator of the said Sally Brown’ deed, and James Brander, to whom the charge’ of tlie estate of the said Sally Brown was com mitted ; Maxwell Trokes, and Sarah H his wife, la'c Sarah H. Goode, Jtdm’rx. and James' Scott, jr.adm’or with the will annexed of Rich B' Goode, deed ; John Spotswood and Ma ry his wife ; Tarlton Saunders 8c Sally his wife -Mary Goode, Sally Go,ale, Elizabeth Goode, and Robert Goode, children and heirs at lawot Francs Goode deed. Sally Scott, only child and heiress of Patty Scott, deed, which said Mary Spotswood, Sally Saunders, Mary Goode Sally Goode, Elizabe'h G iode,Robert Goode, 8c Sally Scott art heirs at Ihw of Richard B Goode deed, who was surviving trustee in the act of the Gen eral Assembly, in the Plaintiff’* bill mentioned ; 8c Kobt. Graham, surviving ex’or of James L\le the elder, deed who was also a trustee under the said act, and executor of Jam s Lyle, .he younger, deed, who was the other trustee nam ed m the said acts and Pli l,pNorborne Nicho las, attorney general of the commonwealth of Virginia ; and John H <)gg Defendants The defendants Maxweh Trokes, and Sarah • L ius wife not hav.ng entered their appearanc< "ad given security according to theactof Axsem t>ly and the rules of tins court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence 'hat they are not inhab it antsofthis country.* It i» ordered, tha the 4aid defendants do ap|iear here on the first lay of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff ; anil that a copy of tins order be forth with inserted m some newspaper published in the Gt'y of Richmond, for two months successively and posted at the front door of thecauitol in the said City. A Copy—Teste, W,\f W. HENTNG, C. C. VIRGINIA: It rule* hoi,kn in the Clerk '# Office of the Suhe nor Court of Chancery for the Richmond D„. triet, the 5lh day of March 1816. James Brown, of ilie c.ty of K.climond, auaiust, Plaintiff. Soloman Jacobs, & James C. Wardrop, ... . . Defendants • UK defendant James C. W'ardrop, not having entered h.s appearance and given security accor. hug to the Act o| Assembly and the Rules of '*"• Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evi deuce, that he is not an inhabitant of this country • U 1a ordered, that the said defendant do appear here on Uie first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff’; and that a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the City of Richmond, for two months successively and posted at -be front door of the Capitol, in the said city, A Copy—Teste, •PROPOSALS *OU ri’HLtSKlMii, IS LmuilCRfl, A SR Ml. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER to SK EXTITIKD Til B ECHO. Prospectus. from the advantages ofiu physical .ituatioi —trom the native fertility, improved eonditiot and increasing wealth of the circumjacent com try and particularly, from the industry, enternrisi and liberality of the people of the Town, and it* environs, Lynchburg derives advantages more than adequate to the patronage and support of t setnnweek.lv paper. ^ 1 lus consideration impel, us to undertake sucl a paper. This paper is intended to be chiefly a prompi and convenient vehicle of domestic and fore.p e„t7; A ,,e 8Hme ,t,me’'* wiU be open to sc. entif.c moral, agricultural and political essays. We are Republicans—but on questions of general importance, we will cheerfully admit the e^s o those who may difler from us in op’nfonpT vided those essays Le marked with libtraliti >f ideas, and moderation of temper. Our mail object will uniformly be, to collect to a focus P°*,tic»l light which may be scatter' ed n the intellectual atmosphere around t.s-and bv that means, to sited the effulgence of truth discus f“Ce’ S,dea,ul «P«‘ of such topics of discussion as may excite a deep and lively .merest. nf In? *7 young—bent on enterprise- possessed of industry—capable of persevesance We have both been brought up to the printing business and we are not li ter strangers to the due manage' ment and proper conduct of a newspaper Our eftiirts wil! be unremitted-and, we trust, sue cessful. 1 hey will be constantly and earnesth directed to the collection of the most recent in tell,genceof every sort—to a judicious selection of borrowed materials—in short, to the regulari ty, symmetry, and elegance ofa whole, combm ing, at the same time, variety ofsubjects and uiv In promising thus much, we do not overstep we hope, the modesty of a Prospectus. We ar. confident that disappointment wiilnot tread up on the heels of pronn.se. We have well consider cd what we are able to perform—and we feel tin ardor and energies of individuals ambitious 01 success—and whose success chiefly depends ot the extent of their exertions. ll0fies become die more saguine, when wt reneeton the characteristic l.berahty of those per sons whose patronage we solicit. 1 hey are, we we know, disposed to encourage commendable r.<°ZTm’HS?01 ondVi1'1 t,,CSe mot|Ves—diese means—these hopes and tins prospect, we will commence the publi next ” 0t EEil° 111,0111 die 15th of March Wm. W. GRAY, i vn,i u „ UUSSEL DAWSON. Lynchburg, Jan. 1816. CONDITIONS. i1 HE ECHO will be printed with a new and elegant type, on a demi sheet, (twice a week) at 55. pCr a.r,num 5 Payable in advance. 1 W!l° do not pay ,n advance» nor in the qihred °ftWelve mondis, four dollars will be re- ) Any person procuring ten subscribers, and be coming responsible for the payment, shall been tiled to one paper gratis thisUoffiCcriPti0n8 f°r ** aboVC paper received at RUHR MILL STONE MANUFACTUHY th»T,.£!UK,Crt^*ra re*l»ectfully inform the public, that they have just received, direct, from France, a quantity of prime DURR flLOCKS, of a su P id h' *° “n-V b'd'erto imported to this place, _.-cr, B ,e,m engaged in the buxine** upward* I ‘SI?'?* lfe,y fla,ler theinxelve* from their whfelV h ‘ lhe approbation wm i! •heir work has hitherto met with that they will he able to manufacture Mill Stones, on ax rea* •enable term* as those imported frem the North warrant them ond to perform well. * l hey have opened shop on 19th Street nearly on. posite to the Old City Tavern where *.i * ^ P invited to call. 7 ’ wbere K‘"demeu are F.Km.rv ,_?ATH 'NIPL * Co. --------- NAVY COMMISSIONERS’ OFFICE, Washikotow, January, 4,1815. fTSHF. Commissioners of the Navy are willing if contract for, and wdl pay the current mar , price for sail-cloth manufactured in the Uni ted States, of a quality equai to ihe best Russian or English canvas. The cloth must he fabnea ted of hemp grown in the United States, and must ’ 1. Re twenty inches wide. 2. Must contain the same number of thread that Russian or English canvas, of the sam< number and width, contains. 3. Must weigh as much per square yard as a square yard of Russian or English canvas weighs. 4. A strip of aa inch wide and six feet lone must be of sufficient strength to bear a weight equal to three hundred pounds. 5» Each bolt must contain forty yards, & have the name of the manufiictuier or manu. factory stamped on it, with the weieht & number of yards : and b 6. A blue thread must run through the whole length ofthe chain, one inch and a quartei from th selvnlge. Persons willing to contract for a supply of can vas of the above description, are desired to send their proposals, st aled, to this office on or before the 4th day of March next, and 'hey will he care ful to mark on the envelope the words “Proposal for a supply of canvas "—Such as are disposed to enter largely into the business, may calculate on the encouragement of the Commissioners, for acting on behalfofthe United States, they feel si strong desire to promote the manufacture of A mcrican canvas, and will use it tor all the pur poses of the Navy. They do not wish, however to contract with one concern or company for a* larger supply of canvas, annually, than the fol lowing number of bolts of the different kinds and qualities, to wit : 150 bolts of No. 1, 12S No. 2, 100 No. 3, 100 No. 4, 75 No. 5, 75 No 6, 75 No 7, 67 No, 8. Nor for a smaller supply, annually, in the like case, than to the following number of holts of the different kinds and qualities, to wit; 75 bolts No. 1,62 No. 2, 50 No. 3, 50 No. 4, 37 No. 5, 37 No 6,37 No. 7,33 No 8. If the terms of any of thenroposers are accept* ed, the Commissioners will forward a coutract, to be duly signed by the party ; who must also’he obligated with two competent securities, in don blcthe value ofthe contract, for the faithful per formancc of each and every part of it. JNO. RODCERS, Pretident of the Hoard. F OR 8 A L E. " Ji valuable Rope-ff'alk Establishment. IMfP, Subscriber offers for sale the ROPF. . WALK with ita machinery and buildings lately carried on by John S. Shelton & Co. at Port Mayo (little l»elow Rocketts) together with tire L/»t on which it stands, containing about two acres of ground. —ALSO— SEVEN NEGHO MEN well acquainted with the Rope* Walk business For terms, which will be liberal, apply to P. T. SHELTON, .Ijent fn JOHN 3. SHELTON, fc co. VIRGINIA : At Rules holden in the Clerks's Office r*f the Su pcrior Court of Chancer* for"the Richmond District the 5th day o' April 1316. •Cjhert Graham, Tarlion Saunders, Kennon Giles and John Uslie Plaintiffs. Agasnst, ■ lames Hall, George Pickett, Joseph Marx, Mi ehael 'V- Hancock, Robert Gordon, James Currie, AV illium Ball, Jesse llicks and Ed ThL* V’r * lvnt . Defendants H ^ defendant James Hall not having-entered ms appearance and given security according tcP the net Of Assembly and the Rules of this Court, and ,t appearing by satisfactory evidence that up. on enquiry at his usual place of abode, be can not be found, so as to be served with process; It is ordered that the said Defendant do appear here on the twenty first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiffs ; and that a co py of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the C.ty of Richmond, tor two months successively and posted at. the. tront door of the Capitol, iuthe said City. A Copy—Teste, . WM. W. IIENING, C C. At>ri1 20_ w8w. VIRGINIA: " ’ At Rules holden in the Clerk's Office of the Supe rior court of Chancery for the Richmond Dis trict, the 5th day ofAfiiil 1816. Mary Gevaudan, an infant, by Benjamin Pollard, her next friend. Plaintiff. AOAIVST. Willliam D. Wren, sergeant of the City of Rich* tnond, committee of the goods and effects of Charles Purcell deed; Thomas P. C. Pure el L John Purcell, Sarah Purcell, and Ann Purcell, devisees of the said Charles Purcell, deed IMS defendants Thomas F. C- IWell, John I urcell, Sarah Purcell and Ann Purcell, not ha ving entered their appearance and given security according to the Act of Assembly anti the Hu lea «>t this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evi dence, that they art not inhabitants of this coun try : It is ortlered, That the said Defendants do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiff; and that a copy of tins order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published ,n the City of R.chraond, foe two months successively and posted at the front door of the Capitol, in tlie said City. A Copy—Teste, * WM.W. HBNING.C.C. _ \pnl 10.—wflw. VIRGINIA: “ -- At rules hoiilen in the Clerk's Office of the Sube nor Court of Chancery, for the Richmond Die. tnct, the 5th day oj .March, 1816. Edmund Curil, Plaintiff. aoatxst John Heath and John Morris, Defendants. I he defendant John Heath not having entered his appearance and given security according to the act of Assembly, and the Rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory ev.dence that he ts not an inhabitant of tins country ; It is ordered that the said defendant do appear here on the nrst day of the next term and answer the bill of the plaintiff ; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Richmond, for two months succes sively atm posted at the front door of the Capi tol, in the said city. * A Copy—Teste, a i ' WM- W. HEWING, C. C. April 10— w8w. VIRGINIA : --* At Rules hoUlen in the Clerk's Office of the Su. penor Court of Chatueiyfo- the Richmond Die. tnct, the 2 2nd nay of April 1816. Mordecai Homan, William Primrose, and Zebu. Ion Homan Jr. merchants and partners tr-idine* under the firm of Hon,an, Primrose & £ S .Plaintiffs. Against. Leavitt and Burrali, merchants of New York, and Jsa»haniel Charter, of the City of Richmond and Edmond C Smith of Petersburg * TIIP. Ocfend.m, l.«,rn and nurmlfn™ hU ing en'tred then appearance and given security RtZ fJhAct,.°‘ Asstr"b»y und the Rults of th s Court, and -t appearing by satisfac. to-y evic.ence, ilia, they are not inhabitants of this comfy ; It „ ordered, that the said Defendants do apptar here on the twenty fourth day of the next t-rm and answer the bill of the Plaintiffs an.! that a copy of this order he forthwith insert' ed ,n some newspa,>e published in the City of Richmond, for two mon Its successively and post ed at the front door of the Capitol, in the said uiiy» A Copy—Teste, Wd ,4. W W HKNmG- C VIIIGINIA : “ --* J,t nt/cs hoi,bn in the Clerk's Office of the Sv\: nor Court of Chancery for the Richmond uis. triet, the 5 th day of March 1816. Charles Hunt and Daniel Dugger, merchants and partners, under the firm of Hunt &. Dugger, Plaintiffs. iomsT, Frederick Pomeroy, and William Franklin O*. borne, merchants *• partners, under the firm of Frederick Pomeroy, & Cc. and Jesse L Du. puy, 1 IFF. defendants Frederick Pomeroy, and W I. ham Franklin Osborn, not having entered their appearance and given security according to the Act of Assembh and the Rules of this court, and • t appealing bv sa isfictory evidence, that they are not inhabitants of iIns country : It is ordered. _ha the said defendants do appear here on the nstdayofihe next term and answer the b.ll of the I Unit dls ; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published .nthe City of Richmond, for two months succes sively and posted at the front door of the (Jam. tol, in the said city. * A Copy—Teste, WM. W. IIRVING, C. C. April 3,—wBir. * 'L'luil beautiful and famous running Horse and sure foal getter, SIR ALFRED, fly the C*KLrtiled Imported. _ live SIR HARRY, 1 y ILL again stand at my stable in Poty. natan County, at the Ferry on James ftivrr about 40 miles above Richmond, and 2 miles ti om Goochland Court House—u the reasonable snd low terms of Twaxrr dollib* payable be! fore the season expires (on the 1st August) or I wenty five Dollars at Christmas— By the Lean or Insurance in proportion —Haifa dollar must be sent w,th each mare for the groom_-Hi* ' superior Filigree and Performances on the turf being so universally known, it » needless now to particularize them. __JACOB MTCHAUX. FOUR OH FIvITboYS, * From 12 to 16 year, of age and of goo,l disposition« wA> read and write tolerably well, will he takax Apprentices to the Printing Business. Enquire at the Office of the Virginia Argu*.