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« TO 'HIE FUJILfC. DO hereby make known tliat tlx power of Attor B iivy, Mecutwl by Au: to Uinict Wiivm on the I9ih *vember last, is revoked ; amt wh;?i ml per*m that I vi ili nut be bound by any sale of my property wlueh said Daniel may rn:.ke by virtue of said power— nor by any act which he may do concerning my estate. EoDtnr Uaiuus. Sept. 23.__1 trip t > Vii*« assignee* ui W ight U. llams having oeen lur (1 ninlied with funda, are ready to pay two fifths of tfie balance wail interest of the dcbldretnainhig ur Aid, sdb-r die firifd dividend of wiki estate.—Apply at the counting-house of Joseph fct George Marx. Oct. 8. tt‘ LAa It l,\iJiSjiJLdE. Jll Y Virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to us !>v 5 Wm. IWds of the county of L’ov, bat-in, dated i-’odot October, 1813,and recorded in the county coovt o' Powhatan, for the purpose fii'securing a sum of mo ney therein mentioned to Win. Moseley Will he exposed to sale, on the premises, fur ready money, on the Jih otNov. next, n certain TR ACT OF LAND in tike comity of I’mvhi.rm, on which the said Dolls now resides,cootainininR It'S actvs, or so nun h of rod land s- may be sufficient to discharge the sum due i t the Mur ai! such rule, together with the v spruce of execu ting the rr.i.u The title vested in the trustees wdl he conveyed to the purchaser or pnrchivacrs oo the duv* of w»le. By tl.e trustees, U'j:. Cha’*r-x, AH'iiIlu Sent r.-r-r, Sami.. At AiistiALt.. fl-u. Jf. Imp ivOliLAKS RKWaRD. T^l AN-A-Y/AY fi-om the Sulmcrilier, a mulatto man Jt 1ft named Georgv, very likely, about twenty i ht y vai-s of ag**, very bushy bar-, tyid be- ird, speaks » and looks like a Sailor—He wa v seen crating .Muvo’s Bridge on Sunday morning artd it is prolmbh- bw bvs nktn the ir*i*l towards Norfo'k, where lie formerly *ived, or to Princc-Edwai-d Court-House_'Tlie aliove Jrewijxi with reasonable expences will la- pai i, on his tcing lodged in Jail, or delivered totht* Siihsi-ri:-rt. GtiUltGK M AUX. *ept 10. ,(* FOR S.riTii^ Risiwn sugar H hl.ds. St bbls. 1 xiat <l«i. in bbdt.lioxes S« bills. I-. P. TeneritTe v. lu in pipes, linp’l.'J ea, tome in boxes of *J lb. Young Hyson do. in i chests, f Toffee, saltpetre, Wrapping paper, Casting-;, Ml>stere*1 steel, hpaiusli Indigo, bt> i;** d IJlsnket* frem Vo. i to 7, ke«. do. lixun ,*-i 10 ISA. ilv Ww.'biiffhkrd, Xearly tippositethe Bell Tavern. CUt-V. lm ‘ “ TO RENT. FUJI f.vc* year* (from the I »t day of May’ IS15,) to the highest' Shier, on the al-JlJi (Jet. IP 14, tlie Ta Teni on the street N ailing to the Gov. ra^r’s ne.v oc cupied Uy Air. /7ui.rsu»., and known by the liutoe of Cronch’sTaTern. Possession will be .jiven utt the lath Xov. 1S1L EHNJAJipX Mosiir, F.ki. ol 11.laud Uiw.rh. o». a. r tf WAr^iilNtiii'ON Ta. V FltN, AUGUSTA CGUTTY. The Subscriber rt.urns Ns thimks !o the pul ' ■ lie for the support lx hue received dwir.g his residence here ; svich ur. uuua- ~ J t\ ranee that am file provision, is made for ihctr accumnioU.i ti jn the present sea unt. *' Ti j deems it important to mention that from the in .fi 3. dulgence of his landlord hi the :*.*jiaii*i of trie es Xi • talduhrneot, much is ackled to tin* oooitort, conveni t d «*nee and elegance thereof. Taiu-Hett ciji be a< coit.hu> p dated v. >ih rooms for any time, and board lower titan in rnny other part ot V irgihia. Thoaa who mav prefer . tin- stage in comitit'up, may rely on being furnished i kicks, (iigs, or Saddle Hones, etc may suit tJir eou veiuence in gowgon. Incompliance with hrs it*el.n»*"s I-' f lotvanU tlioae who stand in relation with him m Lusi ves% and in discharge of a duty be owes the puoiic, he (, foels pleasure in aadlring them, that to the extent <> hU acquaintance, greal exertions arts i inking to promote toe eondbrtZt convenience of die traveller, lie coiaMh r» it unnecessary to say rtity tiling reapeedng tine local od ' vantages o* Staunton, presuming that it is well known, t > almost t Very traveller, mid admitted hy all, to la* the most <| parable situation in the upper country bar a* summer's , evidence. • fir.o. 7’Kims. St.mntot). OsJ. R. eiidw FOR SALE, A vAY.UAnJ.K 'TRACT OT I.AP'D OS Dan liiver, containing bet ween .'<50 he i(X> acres, aliout 6 mites from the Court-house—(Jn this tract, is about a-t a*rrS of low ground*—the high |;,r.d is of good quality, lies well, atal cluur of stone ; there fti*e on tiie place two settlement*, one of which is .«■ the hill thnvethe low grounds, whereon U a ilwell ipg-house with'wo naniisladow Siniiw, a kitchen witli t wo rooms anti a stone chimney, a iniry, smoke-house, St-ihle rial barn, r.i.t! a garden patted. * I'lii* other set t'> men' is hirther out from the river, with a duetting b<> j .<•, kite hen, smoke-house, anti three turns, with « p-»:V.eti paileih—A great bargain may la* hod in this lati'l for cash, or I would talc* mm. jfri<« in part payment. Wri.UATt Thom is. ’ I ifif.iv Coufitv, Sent. ‘2 k . f IWffJlhf'JiU I71-10M the subscriber no the 1*2thinst. it negro wo man named FIKIIIY, (who sometimes call*her s« ht.a: Peggy,) sttjUHMetl In Ik- about 5 feet 8 indict rich, she has had n rheumatic ulihetion which hn« form ’d i lump on the liack part of her neck, which pmdu ecu si slifhi. ss that she cannot turn her head freely n p * ’ ' '.and when die looks at you, site looks sideways, fill ! hr.d on when she eloped, a eVokos shirt awl habit, r.:. | took w.ith her, sundry aifiilesbelonging in her mi* t m, viz:-—one niton mttuhriek frock, slit sleeves i t ;Mined with curd, one muslin buck worked ansiwl t t one hook untslin rap without u border, one , s- >Coti .avin'intk Vandyke awl chemise, one pair velvet s'#ms, ;nir tl.-rk silk dress vrv lei-ge. She name I’tntn l‘ir ncgii'rir >nd of Norfolk, awl will pmbM.lv a-t for t Mt place. Whoever will secure her in some jar, «> t Aat I get her, or deliver her to me, slihll receive S.H5 at o reasonable cxpemiotv paid, awl if the art ides above i tem lotted be also delivered, a re ward of '/pip will be 1 tMl. THOMAS S. COAT.TMIt. Waynes!lornugh, 17th Kept. tf JUST I’UIiUSlli.D, A XI) Fn Sab- at PeterCottonTs Law awl Mbcrlla neo in Hook Store— The Life of the Martpe i and Hat I of Weller**on coni hihm let n chief of his II Majesty’s :>;*» i in tl, pc. sintulu—pt-i, 2.10 rent 4. 'Hie \V tndrrei;, or Female Difficulties, by Madame JFArhbo—;> w»l. ..dolls. The Emporium of Yrt.s awl S.-a-n-e*, hy Thomas Cooper: for April, May, jitne and .tidy. Alsi>, comph te setts of the Atudectic Mugar.int- awl Port Folio, fin- July, cJc. July 20. f "M” SM ALL petition ihv I .e ,i*l»i.ne *,i Virginia at thu JL ni st». *s on, for leave to ett. ■: .a Tob-M-adee aero-', darnn'iTJiver, is.inmcneinkon i-,v land in Hit* county of Chesti r'i 1 s>* I. Thtt(iiit* on the opposite s' !<■ ther.-of it the i -b«- of fl< at iv.. -nrhejj I Imc <,binned land’ f rile- tr f-- • FwlIVli W. FHENT S<p T. xs HANTED, goodTurner#and Filer#of JJrvn and Iron k for which liberal wage* *.Vill be given. Apply to A s< n. N1SBF.T, opposite the ojjir, r>f the Virginia jh-gus, Hie ••'•mi/. \ Snot 14.__tf_ VIRGINIA: VT U aid* hnblen hi the Cirri?* Office of Out Stipe rior Court of Chancery fir the Un.hnk.ml L>.., t> id, t - first (l y of.iitg. lHid : ll m. Jjauieltjun. Pl’tir. ACA1NSV Hubert It. Gibson, . Lny . ?. It. Gibson, Poliskie If. fif’h Riduiril Iegg.it, Edmund Eggleston, Jesse vb'.xr, Juel IV. Joints, Jolai IfooiLo\i and John AV/ ^ ])♦»><? TJ1E defendant Robert P. fHhsoit tint henfing en hfed hi* upfMuranceirtd grvt-n security nccordtng to the, let of Assembly un d the Itule* of tins Court, \\nn r. oittieuring hit satisfactory ciidem e that fie is not tut m.taoihint of this country .* It i< ordered, 7%/if the ciiii hrfeiulnd do upftrur here on the first 'hit of the tier' trim anti tins iter the hit! of the Phuntijf', and tout a copy of this order brfmthe.i'th'x .inerted lit mime neuis piiftet f •ihlisluiti.il the City of lUchniomi, for I. no months *uct siive’y, and posted at the front door of'it* Cuii itol,in taiiiVily. ., , “ r/M. fr.m:NjNG>c.c. Cup timber 3._ eftfho RAN A WAY I^IIOM the sahsoriitei* on the night or the IGth hist. ,u>' '>uiting loan, a mulattofellow named CATO; Some times he piisdrrby the name of AAIIOX, ahnot Ine feet ten hiatus l. gli, he It: » » scar in his forehead xml stutters very much; had on when he went awav, dark overalls made of cotton and wool, white hat and dark round coat,took on otIVcreltmtlla with him.—lie rode nwav a dark serrel mire, torn* veers old, ulxxit t-r.te. n rn I an halt h;uids high, has grey spots on the »<*u sjfto ot her neck. A reward of fitly dollars will Ih* given ‘ to any jierson wh.i shall deliver the i*ll»l*< and servan* »A the snhsr.ri. uurat'Pinckneyville, «»■ t wenty <I..IIhi*s to any person uhosn.ul lud;j;e the &mi iclbw in jail. .Tosr.'*i> fl isr. N n. It is supposed he will tty to get to the slate ol Maryland ; lie Iris with him silver ami gold to the a mount oi o.s dollnrs. If tin* hilow i. committed to jail, tliejailor is reiju -rtwl to write the subscriber T„ , .r c;. Pinckney d e, (n. C.) Oct. 5. u A LIST 0 r I. F. TTFRS Remaining in the Rost Office at Richmond CVUi (JJ KtC/U. lOJ*. . *^—Daviand Anderson, Mary Austin, Ren b;n Aliev 2, Polly Alvis, jno. Armstrong 2 Ja nes Apperson, Elizabeth AlJer, Ridl’d. H Adams, Mrs. Elir Arnauld 2, Martha Anter Adolph Anker, Kich’d. M. Aden, Delph i Al len, Elizabeth Anderson 2, Robert Aldridge 2 \Y ni. ArnusteadC, Wm. Andersou. A.—('apt. (Jeo. Booker, iVlarv Hush 2, Geo Blahy, Cli.is. Hlagr .ve 5, Wm.' F. Barrett ° U i.u Bowles, Janies Bowey 2, Prggv Hougiiser Frances Butt 2, Body Btv -y, WnuBradshaw ; Beil, Blair Burrell, Capt. Wm.Barney Joan Beale, Thomas Barber, Wm. C.Burruss Rieh’d. Hooker, Isaac Bailey 2, Eli Bennett Mary ifcncraft, VV m. C. Buck, D.m’1. By apt (Jeo. A. Blair, (Jeo. S. Blakev, Leak Blake Nathaniel Bunvll, Sr$*ah Barker, Sam’l. Ball J-.e. Boiisin.ii, Alaj. Wm. Jlall, Mica i’ll. Bur ion, VV m. Blue, Janies Bullock, \Varnei Beasley, Patsy Bressie, Rachael Brown, Jno Brov/n, Polly Bowman, Cli-t’s Bankhead. Jno Ballard, John VV. Bell, Burrell Brown, Chas Bennett, Philip Barber, Lucy Brown. ‘ —Simeon Cobbs, Jessee Curd, F.iishr Courtney, Jno. W. Coleman, Margaret Cham, b. riair.. Abraham Chiidrise, Charles Christi an, Chas. C rough ton, Liastas C: tf-nden 1 nc>s. Clarke, Edw.,rd Chambers, Peter -Jrutchfidd, Arthur Cooper, Braxton Crad i>-CuJ/ ‘^••"fcaliaway, A. Cox, Major Rich ... Corbin, Jno. Carter, Snm'l Carlisle, Jao. Crenshaw, Jas. Callaud, Rebecca B Cocke, Jos. C. Calvin, Ann Curie, Jos. R. Car ter, Robert S. Campbell, Jno. Crockett, Tli.fr 1 . Carter, James Chapman, VVm. Chapman, -os. S. Clarke, David Callis, Jacob Carman John S. Coivardin, Edward Cox, J ilinson E. Ceuver, Jeremiah Cooke. J).—David D niglass, Elizabeth Davis, Chas Downing, Sam’l. I. Dawson, Sam’l I. Dychca, Sat .,i Doyl', VVm. B. Davis, Harrod Dudley T ibilha Dupree, Mayo Davies, Arch’d. H. Dundridge, Mary Duke, Hillary’ Driver, Mis L"]'y B- Diyidrige, Capt. Win. Dandridge. •* J. C. J'dlis, Mary’ Ellis, Thomas M. Everson, Ann Ermbert, Elizabeth Ellis. /'.—Ann Franklin, Sam’l. E. Foote, Johr France., James Fulcher 2, Jos. Fa.icett, Geo 1-leimoy. Win. Fulcher 2, Carter Fagins, Wm Foster, John higgit, Redmon Foster, Oscai 1- tzalien, John Fraser, Wills Flovd. G.—Oba. Gaihwriirht. JnrnK f ■ «•-»* Gillison, Capt. Gibbons. Mary-Ann Green, John Griniili, James Griffin, G_Gihta, John Goddin, Hernbreiv Galligo, Do. Beverly Eagle, Gray & Pankv. Nathan Grateheuse, George Gray, Alban Cilpiu, Elizabeth Gia tcr. —Lovmen Hine, John Karri?. .Time? Hines, V\ illia .1 Homes 2, Stephen A. Hop kins, Maitcft Hemming*, Wm. Harrier, Mary HoWyn, Christian Hittm* 2, Lieut. Thomas Hai ns, Elias Holselaw, \ alentine Houseworth Judith Hipkins, William L. Hcden'reiv 2. 1 hudious Hankins, Robert H. Hudson, Henrv Hill, Major. D. Holloway 2, William E. Har ris, William I). llai.is, William V. How Mary Hummel, James V. Homer, Thomas liniton, Wm. W. Hening 2, John Harland, Elizabeth Higgason, John Messer, Man Hal sey, Dr. P. Hawkins, Andrew Hetherton, !!* 7 ,I,7ti,G Archer Ilcnlcy, Joseph Hopkins, ilium Hudson. ./—Ephraim Jackson. Elisha B. Jcfinv P, Jahei Jordon, Archibald Jennings, Frances Jones, Susanna Jemiett, Rix Jordan, John R June' , Herein Justice, John Jordon, William R. Junes, Sarah W. Johnson, Gostavous Jones Manna M. Jordon, Sarah A. Jackson, Light Got (Jenny, Caroline W. R. Johnson. Charles P. Johnson, Mu;tha Jones, West vood James Elizabeth fvens. K.—Frlwnrd Kewst*>p, Jno. Ken: edv, Wm Kmncv, Elizabeth B. Kinnon, Chas. Kim- ? Wm. K nears, Er.iert Renting. k ’ 1—Jas. !.owns, Edward Lacy 2, Samuel I. nwrv, S rail M. Lacv, Thomas Lockhee* Jehu La. ' c 4, Polly Lig itfnot, John Lyons 2,’ J. ruph La forest, Joel Lewis, Col. Wm. I.flng hor.i, Wm. i ,ee. Nfarv T Lorton, f> ct. Ibi> I'uain 1 Kiwis, Nancy 1/ittlep ige, Chu®. Lee, .?, V:r,lhr Lark, Janus Lain, Eliza R myall! Ric4 d. .ingest, Ja:;, Latvson, Jno* T. Leigh, Sylvester Iaingdon. Francis Lewis.VV m. Lamb, John l\ Litchfield, Thomas Le«, J i.. Lojlth M—VYoi. Mc’Enry, Horace Mcrn.mn, W in. Marsh, Jno. Martin, Huger Mr’Call, ArclieLuis May s, Ih-nj’n. .McKJollough, \Yhn. M tun, K Iwin D. Merh'.ath, Robert .Mills 2, YVru. Moseley, Marshall Murphy, Jacob Mor gan, 1 nomas Moore, Alary Moseley, Josejdi Mn hlock. Win. Monk, James Mc’lntire, Grr>. Morris*. Robert Milliter, Lnvis Minor, John M trenail, Jr. lJuvid Mc’Nair, Richard 11. Maury, 2, Moses Myers, il-nry Metthod, 1 hontton Manuel, Mary (J.' Ic’G-aw, Robert Moreland, John Murphey, Mar/ M. Martin, IX Minns, Anthony Mitchell, Abram Mat tock, William Moore, Peter Minor, William Mc’Kinnon, John D. Miller, Rurge.s Medlin, John Whitson 2, Geo.W. Macon, Elizabetu Matthews, Sam’l AIc,Craw, Rebecca Alims, James-Mc’Cnuce, Geo. A. Martin, Thomke Mathias, Judah Myers.1 Duct. YVm. I.. Mor ton, Capt. Wni. Mar. lt, Jr. Philip Morgan 2, Dar.t.Jas. Mem', Wm. Mason, Joseph Miller, Hugh Mills, Elisabeth Matthews, George Mnrgs. 3 ^—-Surah Orrnsby, Geo. Olphin, Jolm P. Olin, John Ormond /’—Joan'Fryer, Nathan Patton, Nathaniel Price, \ v at.-'bn Put mors, Joiin Puree, Stilomun Pasley, William Preston, Robert Pleasants, Jr. Philadelphia. Pop?, Nancy Pync.1, John 1 arsons, Ilenry Probst Nancy Pearson, l!u> ry Partnele .5, Cnpt. Preston," John A. Price, Aaron Phelps, James Parkinson, Henry Pi: k nll, Idhn I’ridclv, Richard Pilch, r, Jane Pric h ard, Mosbay Pulloni, Elizabeth Price, Maria Page, John Pearmon, Hc*r.!*y P illard, Janies I aterson, Charles f'eftre, Richard Powers, Richard Prichard, Chas. Ii. Pei.n, l’atun Page. A*.—.Times IT. Roy, Elizabeth Roberts, Henry RobcrfSon, John Ragan, John II. Rob* ston, Cintis Rockwood, Lewis Ruv,Merit M. Robinson, Patrick Roche 2, Captain Rubin Ro binson, .Tames P. Ragland, William Richard son, John Rollins, Wm. II. Ransom 2, John R idler, llezykiah Rider. Roht. Robins, Sarah Ricardo, V\ diis s;, Ruldick, John Roberts, ldria M. KiddR, James Ru’ it, Lucy Raven, i- r.vaCc1. Read, J me Uayhnurn, John. H. Ro binson, IXtvid Kt.wland, Arthur Reaves, Si mon Rcbinson, Y\ in. Ransom, George Rav buini. *$•—Caroline C. Smith, Nancy Slider, The S. SmifVi O-.i._«. 4.-_ _ * Maty Shachletord, James F. Sutton. David Smith, Fi ances Smith, William Sheperd, B. ’ Robert Shapard, Clifton G. Steel 2, Captain Ewd. Somers 3, John Spiimar, David Steele, Robert Sneed, Joseph Spencer 2. Thos. St.»ck dale, I homas Shields2, Wrn. Short. Richard Sampson, Nancy Seaver 2, Flat ten Smith, A uron Schoolfield, Lucy M. Scott, Martha Smithey, Philip Spilled, Doctor N. Scherer, j John i l. Santlaurs 2, Wm. Shelhourn, Robert Starbuck, VV in. Steen, Jeremiah Sullivan, John A. Sipith, Saily Sheperd, Francis Shoufle, l riali Smith, James Starke, Wm. Steenber £>er; 'A m. Snyder, Leonard Sheffield, James S. Sutton, John Smith, Mosby Sheppard, John 1 . .-Jaugiiter, Francis Spilrnan 2, Silas Scott, Mardia K. Sansum, Tnomas S.anton, Eliza Stock del), Lucy Solomon, Andrew Stewart, Joseph Stephins, Absolom Spier, Wm. Sher man. Philip Sheppard, Henry Smith, John Smith, Francis Sanders. 1 \—Charles F. Toorner 2, Martin Turner, Lt. Sami. 1 homas, C. L. '1 homas, Frances G. la) lor, John 1 ay lor, James Ttivlor 3, Wm. lompson, James Fibbs, Sarah Thompson, Henry F.^ Fhornton, Wm. Taylor, Agness 1 ir.slev, Francis Fhornton, Jackscn Town brin.<!’. *’• Temple, Silas Thompson. , '* •—Janies Wilson, Robert Widiamson, C »pt. \Y. VVt-'vnomH, Sami. L. Vv ilson, Win. VV. Wilton,Thomas A. Wimpy, John Wil son, Geo. Wells, John J. VV iisford 2', Hanson Winston, Carey.K. Wing, VVvatt Wingfrite, Betsey Woodee, Matthew Wills, Wm. Wil liams, Ch ines Wingardner 2. William W. WVIton, Gustarous M. Ware, Dr. John J. V\ ards, Richard YVhiteficId, John Winston, Catharine Wood, Robert C. Williams, David V\ oody, VVm. }*. Wilkinson, Armstead VViils, Edward *.\ ills, IT my Wiedemeyr, Henry Washington, Isaai ' . inston, John Wellsford, James \ . \\ iPiamson, Thomas Wilcox, Wm. VV liittnker. Robert Watkins, Wrn. Woodrum, 1 homas Wright, Gabriel Wiley, Thomas Wells. f.—Doctor Geo. II. Viuglian 2, John vaughan, David D. Vaughan, Alexander Voungy, John J). Urrjuhart, Nath’l. Venable Wm. Ft>USHEE, Sin’r. 1*.M. |J •” The Military' Letters in our next. (’.nrr nr k r-1-1 T-t -• 7. .T2_ ' -3 VAUl^£i,OVC. °f a letter from Co fit. Johmoti Blakeley Cu the itcc’y. oj the Nuvy. U. S. S. Wasp, I,’Orient, 6th July, 1814. On Tuesday the 28th ult. being ♦hen in lat. 48, 56, N. and long. 11, 1 W. we fell ir» with, engaged, and after an action, bf nineteen minutes, captured his Britannic Ma jesty's .sloop ot »var the Kei/klcer, William Manners, lis*j. commander. Annexed are the minutes of bin* proceedings on that day, prior to and during the continuance of the ac tion. Where all did their duty, and each appear ed anxious to excel, it 'is very difficult to discriminate. It is however, only rendering them their merited due, when it is declared of Lieuts. Reily and Bury, 1st ami 3d of this vessel, and whose names will be found mong those of the conquerors of the ( iuerrier anti the Java ; and of Mr, 'I illinghast, 2nd lieutenant who was greatly instrumental in the capture of the Boxer ; that their con duct and courage on this occasion fulfilled the highest expectation and gratified e very wish. Sailing-Master Carr is also entitled to great credit for the zeal mid d hihty with which he discharged hi* various duties. T!.. cool and patient conduct bf every offi cer and man while exposed to the fire of the ‘■hiftmg gun of the enemy and without an op jvortumry of returning it, cou'd or iy be rqual led by the anim itioti &. ardor exhibited when actually engaged, or by the promptitude and firmness with which every attempt of the ene my to hoard was met ti. s'm ccssfullv r. pUled. Such Cf*rt]u< t fray be fcirn but c.ntivt well be described. lUt Reindeer mounted 16 24 lb. cerron- j adrs. t"’n h*ujj,,s;x or nine pounders, end a j shHnnp 12 pAllti'^ CiUTonnde, with u comple ment «>: i >n ixg.’-d one F.t*“lvefl and eighteen I men. Her crew weic said to S’? 4lte pride of Plymouth. Our loss in men has been severe, »*wmg' P*rt to the proximity of the two ver.se. on 1 j the extreme smoothness of the sea, but cliiet [ ly in repelling boarders. That of the enemy, I however, was infinitely mo»-e so as will he i seen by the list of kilied and wounded on botli Sides, Six round shot struck our hull, and mnnv grape which did not penetrate far. The fore mast received a 241b. shot, which passed through its centre, and our rigging and sails were a good ileal injured. Hie Reindeer was literally cut tc. pieces in « line with her ports; her upper works, boats spare spars Were one complete wreck. A brcciie springing up next afternoon her fv»re nia t went by the board. Having received all the prisoners on board, which from the number of woun ded occupied much time, together with their baggage, the Reindeer was on the evening of the i9th set on lirje and in a few hours blew up. I have the honor to be, \ rrv n specif’ )’v. Your most ub’t. sevv’t. j. lil.AKEr.I-r^ I Ton. YV.'! JhNF.S, Secretary of the Navy. Mimi*?* c ft hr nr'hn brtT<rm the tT. ftn'r/t* •S. ft </ .■/’, und If li. I\f. S. Reindeer, on the 2S/A Juue, IH14, l.at. 4S, C6, A*. I.cjmt. 11,15, TV. At 4, A. M. light breezes and cloudy ; at 1-4 after 4 discovered, two sails, two points before the lee beam, kept away in chase, shortly nflcr discovered one sail, on the wea ther beam ; altered the course and hauled by in chase of the sail to win 1 ward. At eight sail to windward Imre ive-t North East, wind very light : at 10 the stranger sail bearing E. by N. hoisted an English ensign and pendant, and displayed a signal at the main (bine and yellow diagonallv.) Meridi an, light airsand clouds, at half past 12, P. M. the enemy shewed a blue and white flag, di I.CI.IV, n i unr, itllU 11 in | H gun, J *■• 15 m. called nil hands to quarters and pre - pared for action, 1 h. 22 m. heleiving *'c coaid weather the enemy, tacked stop and stood for him, 1 h.50 m.—the enemy tacked ship and stood from us, 1 h. 56 m —hoisted c.ur colors and fired a gun to windward, which was answered l»v the enemy with another to windward, 2 h. 20 in—the enemy still stand ing from us—set the royals, 2 h. * 25 m.—set the flying jib, 2 h. 2'J m.—set the upper s'ay sails, 2 h. 32 m.—the enemy having tacked for us, took in the staysails, 2 h. 47 m. furled the royals, 2 h. 51 m. seeing that the enemy would he able to weather us, tacked ship, 3 h. 3 m.—the encr. hoisted his flying jib ; brailed up our mizon, 3 h. 25 m.—the enemy on (.in weather quarter, distant about 6C yards, fired his shifting gun, a 12 pound r.ar ronade at ns, loaded with txmnd and grape shot, from his top gallant fore castle, 3 h. 17 m.—fired the same gun a second time, 3 h. 19 m.—fired jt a third time, 3 h. 21.—fired it a fourth time, 3 h. 2f m.—a fifth shot, all from the same gun. Finding the enemy did not get sufficiently on the beam to enable us to bring onrguus to bear, put the helm a lee, and at 26 minutes after 3, commenced the action with the after carronnde on the starboard side, and fired in succession 3 !i. 4 m. hauled up the mainsail, 3 h. 40 m. the encmv having his larboard how in contact with our larboard quarter endeavored to board us, but was repulsed in evchy attempt —at 3 h. 44 m. oncers were given to board in turn, which were promptly executed, when all resistance immediately ceased, I and at 3 li. 45 m. the enemy hauled down his flag. J. BLAKELY. list of killed and reminded on board tie United State*’ Sioofi of War the Ha..//, Johnston Blakely, list/. Commander, in act ion with Hi* Britan n c Majesty's Sloo/i of Har the Reindeer, on the 28/4 June. 1814. Killed—Timoth'* Stevens, Thos. R. Peel, seamen ; Joseph Vorxe, Thos. Knight, John Brown, 2d, o. seaman. H'oundnl-—\i*twy S. Lnngdon, midshin- j man,dangerously ; Frank Tuscan, do .do.; I John Swett. master’s mate, slirhtlv : vVil liam Thompson, boatswain's mate, severely ; John Dick, rjr. master, do. ; Nathl. Srani mon, seaman, do. ; Jotham Perkins, do. dan gerously (since dead) ; William Preston, do. slightly ; Charles Green, do. dangerouly (since dead) ; Charles Clinton, do. slightly ”; Andrew Passenger, do. severely ; Jno. Pbvve, do. slightly ; Joseph Atkins, do. dangerous ly (sincedead) ; Hobevt Lowfligr, do. slight ly ; Mcrrcl Kobe its. do. uo. ; Hubert Juvis, o. seaman, Severely ; Henry Herbert, do. dan gerously , Simon Carsalis, do. severely ; John C. '1 hurstnti, do. dangerously • Caleb Whce den, do. severely ; John Ball, boy, dangerous ly (since dead.) R 1C A r IT VLA T ION. Kilted 5 Wounded 21 7.is/ of killed and 'wounded ov board Hi«• Britannic Majeatu'n Siloofi of U'ur, tin liru.di, r, in at lion -with the United States' Stooft of War (he Wa ft, on the 2bth ./.</?#, 1R14. K tied—WiHinni Manners, F.sq. command er ; Jno. Thos. Barton, purser ; and 23 petty officers and seamen. IVoundrd—'1 hos. Chamber**, 1st jifiit; Hithhard Johns, Master; anti forty petty offi cers and scufnefi. RKcAi’l rv LATtON. Killed 25 >* ov n nr v. Danger- usiy 10 Severely ]7 Bligl»t>7 15 Whole number wounded 42 N. B. M-»re than I.a'f tlie v < undid •• ere, in consequence of the •cveritv extent of their wounds, put «ui Ijoard a 1 ortngucse. br-gcallc tlie Lisboa Packet, on die tu»:d Ouy aati t. F net;, n, to wit, the 1st July, bound to Ply mouth, Engiaiul. Cci/iy of a letter from ('attain T. V lately to t/.e Secretary of A ary. E\ :>. L. Wasp, L’Orient, .. „ fitii July, JS14. *li.w—T have tile honor to amjeunce to you Oio hit-N--4 of this ship to-day at tins place. Hy d-e pilot vvi>o carried us out ci l’ortsniontli, N. 11. lilt’d the satisfaction to make vou acquainted with our having left that place, anil again hud the pit ..'-•ire ot addressing yon by the French National brig * dive, and which was the first vessel vc had spoken since i rrr departure from the 1 ’nit d States. Fr. ni tfid time of cur sailing I continued to follow the mute pointed out in your instructions, until **ur a nival nt this place, during which we have been so f rtun .tv as to make sever tl captures ; a list rf which will accompany tiv’s. i bese with their cargoes were vhoh destroyed, with one excej lion. This was the Galiiott Henrietta, which w .s permitted to return with the priscuers, tlurty-cight in number, after throwing overboard the grea terpart of her cargo, h aving only a suifici «aic' to ballast her. When arrived on our cruizing ground 1 found it impossible rw main tain any thing like a station, and was led, in chase, farther up the English channel than was intended. After arriving on sou lings., the number of neutrals which arc now passing kept us almost constantly in put suit. It gives me much pieuVui’C to state to yen the wrv healthy condition ol the crew «.f the during the cruise. Sometimes without one on the sic k list and *t no time any who re mained there more than a few days. Greet praise is due to J)r. Clark for his skill and at tention at ail times ; but particularly after tiie action with -..ie Jveutdeer, his unwearied, a siduity to the necessities of the wounded w:.s highly conspicuous. 1 he ship is at present under quarantine, hut we vxpect to lie released from it to-inot nivv, when the wounded will be sent to the hospital and every exertion made to prepare the Wasp for sea. 1 have the honor to he. Very respectfully, ^ cur most ob’i. serv’t. ^ 3. BLAKELEY. The Hon. Wm. Jovf.s, Sce’y. of the Navy, Washington. A T iat of British 7’Ps-ar/s captured hy the U, States Sloop It u'./i, J. JilaMti, J-.Ja. Com mander, between lot J\L.y uttcl 6th July, 1814. June 2d.—Bark Neptun** John Mordiew, master—John Derryhouse, Gilbert I lev vr son, John Whitting and Majoy Daw s- tl, , n_ urs—13 men, 207 tons, laden with sundries, belonging to Iwerpool, and bound from Cork to Halifax, 12 day < u-brunt. June 13th.—Brig W Ilium, Dar.niel Pan kin master Will.a , James and Daniel K uikin. own rs—; men, 91 tons, laden with barley, belonging t Dumbarton, :nl boun . from Limerick to 13 bon; si* days out —burnt. June 18th.—Brig Pallas, D. L.Carg ll, mus ter; D. L. Cargill, owner—S men, 13; tons. 2 long six pouii.r 1 •». iu ,eji with sk. ns, almonds, ikr. belonging to A• b loath, &. boundfn-m Nlu. • g'luore to London. 16 days out-scuttled. June 23d—G&liiott Henrietta, John Thonip son, master, Robert Montgomery and Rob? rt Greenlaw owners—11 men, 171 tons, 1 uew with provisions, belonging to Belfast, Jr 3otv.-.J from Belfast to Guadeloupe, C d&Vs ou*_ given up to prisoners. June SGtli—Skip Orange Boven, Stephen Redbrock master, William Banks, '1 bo nus I h itcher &\\ m. A. Moore owners,-17 men j2j tons, 2 long nine pounders anti G sivps, laden with sugar andconee, belonging to Btr m-adu, and bound from Bermuda to Loudon, 29 days out-scuttled. June 28th—Brig Reindeer, Win. Manners, Esq. H. r. Majesty owner, 118 men, 382 tons, 1 long six pounders, sixteen twenty four pound earronades, one 12 pound Carronadc, brass lour pounders, bound from Plymouth on a 1 cruze—6 days out-burnt. July 4th—Brig Regulator, Robert Fildcs, I master, John Andersen and James RosSoii owners, 8 men, 112 tons, laden with port wine, tielonging to Liverpool, and bound from Upoi to to London, 12 days out-burnt. Ju y <>di—Scbr. ji nny, ThomasSjienrpoint master ; 'I hos. Sear oint 1 vn i 1<> men, lul tors, laden with sweet oil aging to I l< month, and bound from Lerim.-. tn s.t l*, *, A burg, 33 ua\ s out-scuttled. Ct/iy Oj v trf Ur fro in ("afituiv Hlv.k:!y to th e Seer it ary tf the Ain,/. U. S. S. Wasp, 1 '’Orient, 10th July, 1914. Sn—.V^r the capture (>f His Britannic Map ty’s sloop of war ‘the Reindeer, it was niv w iu!i to have continued the crur/.e as di rected by jnu. I was, Imwevo', necessitat' d to relinquish this desire after a few days, from a consideration of the wounded .of onr crew, whose wounds bad at this stas.m become of fensive, and aggravated by the number of pri soners on lizard at the time, being seventy seven in number. 1 earing, from the crowd ed Kta*e of tiie Wasp, that some wdnaliie lives might be lost if retained on board, I wnsi compelled though with reluctance to make the first neutral port. those belonging to tl:c Reindeer, who were dangeiocd)- wounded, were put on board a Portcjru'se brig bom..} to England three days after die action, and troin the winds which prevailed arrived pro bably in two or three day* after their depar ture. Their surgeon, the capts. e r.rh, with the r.apts. and off cers «• rvants, ntr1 tl «• rr»-w of theOrnige Bove.i were, jnit on brsrd the s m \c: H to att nd upon them. Since our arrival at this place we have cxperi-r.ced -re rv civility from the public authorities our quarantine was only for a few hour* ,a.c! our wounded, fourteen in numlier, wore Carried yesterday to the hospital wher- Mv'v are \ ♦ - rv comfortably situated. Our frrcr.asl altho* badly wounded can be r-paired. and will e' taken on shore as soon s.‘s pebble. Ali t .« other damage* sustained can be repaired by oiirs»l\ts. 4 7 1 have the honor to be, very respectfully four most cbefllerit servant, 7 . r J. BLAKELEY/ Hon. \yiLMAM Jov#s, Secretary of the Navy.