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BY THOMAS RITCiltB. ] . RICHMOND.
BOOK'S AND STATIONARY. The Subscriber is now opening at bis Law is? Miscellaneous Bookstore, a large and General Assortment of Dot ks is? Stationary, amounting to 25 or 3G,CG0 dolir. the whole If which he is enabled to sell on the most liber al terms tj whole ale /tttrihasers. 7 jj IS Slw. lonary amt i'jricy Articles co.slst chiefly of JJ p, ttic .ullow 1 pjr I’.Mikct, p.-tt umJ toy ’.c.Gvcs, pocket mid other ink stands, eand boxes, ptrcib tr.rt pencil crises, crayons, Reeves’ water color*, camel hair pencils, indian ' mk, SjrtK-y for initiaturcs, rvoio and f/Jitr combs, (iunlers scales nod dhid'T, u.iuhei:.s.llc.ii instruments, court j laistrr, jnxrket bonkr, anil a*< s skin tablets, playing, biark uml visiting cards, die-, ivory folders, resl" and black ink powder, r>.-d yt.il blr.e.k sealing wax Sc wafers, tpnlla, pens and pen exs-'*, Indian rubber, slates and slate pencils,drawing, writing, letter,blotting and ein boxsed pa’KJr, drawing bonks, copy slips, blank books, paste boa.-tls, ny|>cr bangings Jc bordering, fiiv screens, table mulls, was tapers, Mr. ALSO, I’ugles, trumpets, clarionets, hautboy*, flageolets futes wsd tites : hnu'lmy, bassoon and clarionet reeds violin strings, bows, Imir, bridges and pegs, ciarione, svitb pieces, and a ist/ge collection of music, Stc. PETt.R COT TOM. PrcembT R-»f • L I'ST, FROM THE OFFICE. OF THE MAIL STICK, OX the 23 ! of Oct. hut, a Tllack leather covered Tnink^bratvniiUrd wriib the letien F. R. on the top, otvntaii'r .g suiitl.y articles of clothing, documents of Tny proceedings as Qt wrier* % faster to a detachment of Virginia Militia called into the service in September 0-r* imder the command of Colonel William Alien of the 7ls» Rogt. and a patent for hrir hundred acres of lard, in tire state of Ohio, Velng in part of a Military 1-and Warrant for four thousand acre*, belonging to »br Legatees of Tims. Rnffin di c'd.—All prrso-.s are Cirwani' d from purclirnuug the sard petuut should it be exposed to sale. Twenty JViliars will In* prM by me, to am- person v bo will deliver me (he said trunk raid it* coifents in Surry County, or by depositing it at tlie Ollire ot tbe £iiipiircr, so 1 gel it again. FnAxrts R:u»nx. IVp V » ID DOLLARS reward.' BFSFKTED from Camp llolly OH the 5Lb in stant, J O IT A' ,77 L E S , a private in niy compart.t)l 1 t l :faatry, Vi. ~ *: fit. now in the su-tice ot t(;r Vhiited SlatcE.—fie r a na tivr » ft ulp« per county, uboot 22 years ot u-e, r>\ feet roe inrh high, straight made,brown hair, fair oomph x > ii and blue ryes-—Hi ir, supposed to be lucking about the nt ighborhood of £teevon*burj». The above re wm-d tie giver; to any pirsnn who will deliver the red John Miles to me xt this camp, ut-lo any ofl’.cct in th j service of the U. States. H'n. WOODS, Capr. 1 si lie S' t. V ,\f hi th; hen-ice ofthe Li. S. _ Tamp H-dly, Dec. 8. ;k , 1<TdTHXamn «E\VAllD. DESF.RTED bom, Camp Holly on tlie 5th in slant, J 0 IT JV .v I TII. a private in mv «* nepnuyot Eight .fnfani.ryj Vh-g. I*jil. ttt-w ia t!»<; 3 vie* of the United StaUs.—4/ ■ b x hoi it 22 vn.rsr.t nK*, five feet Seven menes liigl*, black hair, blj yea, and his fore teeth very thinly t-*. His pb*ec o* residence was ir Culpeper county, near Collier's mcelir.g house, where be is supposed to U still itn ki.,g. T he above reward will^ lie given to any person who will deliver tltr simiI John Smith to meat this camp, or W any ciEcer in the service of the tJ. States. Dm. WOO Its, Cupt. Is/ Jiegt V. . I/, w the „ ’ sen-ice of the IT. S. Camp Folly, Dec. 8. St T-'~ 1 Notice: : "447 H-C EE SOCD at puhBc auction to the highest y » 'balder, al the Marki t House in the town nt l.ybchburg on Mon. icy the 2 I day of January, 1115, btl’Vfc/ji ei^ht nnd tuelve LIKELY SLAVES, rmsknig ol rner., women ind cliildftn, & prep^rtv tebintfag to the estate ofRiehd. Perkins,‘dec'd. of Fli.-vaunn count*, Terms of sale wili be one third c«sh, *nr* ft cjv-flit pf 8ix’y itoys gi*’en for the othertwa thinls, the pur/I.rser giving bond negotiable- and payable at either 0: the banks in Lynchburg, with a suft.cient en. dotrer for the tame. The subscriber (wlio Is the or !j acting Exeotltor to ♦ his cs;»t< ) i0 desirous of -losing bis Executorship, and request-, tho legatees to attend on the dxy of suit—any Ill-son to “ hnm the estate may lie indebted to, will bring their accounts previous to the why well anthenti ciecd for xdjuMmu.i—ami all persons indebted to the *w,“lr aforesaid, v.ll come forward without delay and s .ile the.irdebt.—The tele is eV|Kcted to commence nt i 2 o'clock IUUIIAHC FF.EKIK'S, ’ only u/ t 'lUf f.scculor of ifteesiut of !tic hard Verkins, decease,}. T ynchbnrg, D, c. 8 __ w4tp SI < 11' Til E T11 lEVEft ! ir EfilERDAV morning, (Friday, 2d D c. inat.) 5 /uv ai..!*h- about 4 uiili. below Uoocblund coun i jllL* . l.l.ll... riv ... ...I I, _ .. t a . TWO HORSES flexer l»e.| lndotc stn|i»n therefvVun, 'it: A handtnviu* S- *'tKMl WANK, about 10 y.... » old, 4 feet 11 incl.cs b* di, one lijoi ’■ i whbv, a star in the fornhe* I, aim tii'-al mm] goc.l trotter, fine spa-it, though remarkably f lillt unfliri' ihn s*n! !’<•—slu* had also m vml rrenu ► v s about !i r fur.die'id and fie.:, nnd slim! Infur.— A i* liil, I I. IIOiIMF., nlxMil 4 feet H inches high, s,« ' .ais nit] next jjii*i Wvtiii ,i bt»y. • faf.1, extn dinyrovci l.i nose, a s *m*l dril l, it ti.it, wlii»-ii lie o:n nr. to one f ide in .•r,iwt-«1u.-i.*n ofils having been 1 token at the »'tot,U.i>rot t (some .», thf.ii; lien? while) unshod, * <*• very rouv.b, »mki *...1) under die slngk ' a. and ii'4S tint spirits Il<* has u hkrcl conapic'jai'S lump /■••one side of l.is fa-r The la*;sc .i .*i c w.,e I 'Hi' i*i pi mv <ymd onler. There m:.j tie rlhyr m: ,-k, ab.Mii both, hut they are not teco)« cted. 1 • eov •red the ihi.j v, s D fure they had gotten 50 yards frr m thr S /ddi, ismu . sliced t!ie purr, lit of *hi m in huff an h mr, and timc*.<! them .mainly to fvcbn.cnd, s»i:cie thev s..rivi Miami mi. hour ! ‘Tore me, vrl i.ta 'tr nn hn.tr h. (Tre day vest rdry nior di g. ( wi,i Kiv#; Ten I) .liars »*n ewttr.l lor the tleUverr xfthe hors , and twenty ritt/r ■ fin* the .Ike very ot the tlrinveii. » TiHvros *V. Ps.cvsv*-™. f ioncblnn.i, Dfe 8. rr’I'M) p.R*>-!t' meeting of the Virginia Society of r:„ S eiiinfttj, trill lie held at the Capitol, in th<- City of ftichtii'Hid, on the second Mondav in n,tK.r ftO. qi AKfT S, .. •‘'-'■’•a/, jry. Novcmh.- 17. M‘2lbD. f ">iAK*tIAI/S SALE. 7 > V virtue of a dcci-re of the Circuit (hurt of the TT .9J> SutU:s, for the KftIt Circuit and v'i-yptla District, I? the wiit in Char teen* therein b^t\* e^ri .■mlMea Dopktrk, surviving partner of the | .tu in>*raan> tde h. o-1 of Alexander Sptera, .fohn Jlwrnmti V ro. piv iti.,*, and the t xttcttUiraaf AhmH ,n» Xltrtrr d«*cM no;* Other*. d.-fcMlants- Willbeaold. ,,t public*auction! bn* na.lv mom v, on Thursday the <>■>) fay ofDerom v n nt«*, at *hc tavern of ’A,**v»nd.r H. Purrfar «.reeiu».t)ro.ij;, , in fl„. countv of Mr-Mcn'mi:—«f|« f <%> I ;veiv .HP. S’, cmi-i f ,e of treujM,s . aM,| gift, forth* p'ir}Mnr.-s io the mid decree mm, ionct) W«. M \NV n ’d ior ANDMDvV M U,vf. V' D • >* "*ml.er W. fifcwulf WAN TS KMPLO Y J [ E N T, 4 Y«wr Alaa. wlm writeiaft,rail,and. «n.| i, writ acquainted »uh »» e in.-rcm.iiie business—satisfac tory rccomraeuda’ions can be had , M _ fc,w>w .D O V Eli CO A L-PITTS FOHSjTf ir rk'-) ■>*.'-,'wiS* Z z b u^r.lM.r owklsn, t-.esaui (bwl-I'itt«, uh-cl, is , f,., cSuntu, ,m3 s**"- **•* ^!.;: cul .1, H*»out 100 Acre# uiij<uni-,)t -mk| IWi_ r-r » ler.«e on the other moiety, which has iK|,, 5JJ1 ,Vm 1 °*« ««'«• |W 'mshcl, over ,.,,,1 F. *<l,M'OQ bushels, which tnav he delivn-e.l -.i tlu; Hasmiii Richmoiwl, with the pnvilcRe of work;,',. Z “«•»<*-*-»«; JK.J53 Thev arenow in goo.ior.ler f.,r work!,,* havinr several shafts sin k ,n*o lar-p N.lies ol c--.t of v „c-'ne I Jp.HMVj so tl.Ht thev may lw wot!.. <1 several v,» j u,« * be txp'mew in.ti.,< th.- coal to i h..v!.rL ' KK!b,nUOd»,# *™**ity three cents » er | Tbe terms ^payment vyil! he, o.,c-m,h p-.rt in sis ’ months ..-on, the date, an,I the i> at five e« ’ ! 0'^^^ *"h wit'll ‘ ! T fc *'rKl VS cuiily! J he I 1 i'-.aau uia> take ia«se*sK,,. oi’Um Kttson a.c»i . ofcsale, asKf-CVcry hotis, bnt the ,lw. ili..K house and ttsappewh*.* which si,at. be ;;ivc„ u„ i.Al.Xm* lie may nbn, (,t b.» wishes it) have a:l the hoi^s m. lcscaits, Vc at valuation, so that lie may be ciu J;i . to no 1 tvi:-.biy I, worn, imumdutely alter ti e purchase, a.al intw the sales ol the c^t xneci. is o- y. (Units. suw-stus p..y - A!y anxiety alone to mire from fewness in r*7 0ln pertv. 1 r. J. hit Adam ., w|.ooVct»s the other 01 tim property, ha* author** *) rue t . t>v |j, *.. \v L-eat privately with any hn,Henan for his iuterest ui T,,e «,c will bv-ipn at 12 o'clock. Nor 29. ♦,?, IUMKL TRIPI.ETT. l-KUPOSAJLb ~ nrIhL||ber0*ie‘Vt;<!?‘V Stl&*»**bcr until lb, 15th ! ot December, l:;U, for kUiiulying the l tl,,‘|'oHowi'l& fcrticlci.ir. Such ijU .i.ttti- s as fn^'>v|^..^'-Ured’ *n‘1« auch i>«coc ap may U. agreed • '•«»• bands ■) SCS*. r Foti',c“:^._y;''ry> *»•■« Pnm.Hvs J Codon <Jn!!!u~ f or summer overall* Cotton ni'is’ir* p*r U oolen kersey twilled (grey) for jacket*arnl overalls WoolvnW? twilled (white) for .verslls, 3^* Plunuei lu: shirts, Shoes, Shou Stockiu 's 1-pau.etU made of cotton a lUitton8 ofevery tlc,cri[,oori for trooi a t-|ue cloth 3--» or 0-4 wide well (ij’et1 tirey cloth 3-4 or G-4 wide, Scarlet cloth 64 wide C Hsk.tdes and eagles, Leather stocks t\ mu. i. I'liinkeis 3 |kmiiO>, Materials for tents Making tents, lion camp kettles, M.-sa Spades and Shovels, Alattock* ami Picks S«Htsol lent P *e», Muapsarks, HanxMcl.J Canteens complete, lJrui**.s couiploU 1 tircuds for making armv clothing Setts ol artillery hornet* Cartouch boxes with cios* belts and bcjxmet scobbar Is t orn slings, Musket, Hide n A Ptr.ol V[ „u Crude nitre per poe ,d, 8:dphuir>e- or ad u.lords tor iioe.-ann.misev. d offioers PisfoU, Musket*,Ititl. i, Ik-udiea and Wi es Ca.mon traces, Urcsst cbm.*, H ad, woiu.iU of fV?80*Ci“‘»p!iand tv.Ubkctcarti-klge paper undle bitls, Stirrup ',•(» s aurry tonlU Alane comU, Horse Oru sl:U, Nosa Hag*. I he PmtKjeals «n«'»t be ssriltmi and scsled, mu-;* slate he aiticlet far which the >-<*•, nu>l is defiled, the nuHit t‘t\ to be coiifHOtedfor, the lowest price fur win. n it can be kirmshed, w,;hin twelve month* from the peri d ol its exec n >n. A bond with two sureties, w.ll in each case be requirri , to ensure the thltllmei.t of the tw». •‘ act— I hr penalty will be nboul one third the amount Ot the OOMTXCt. ROBERT C. JEJWYlATiS, -voTembf r ?R. eplill AC u n. Huf>. T 0 Kl^N T-THE IWUtiJi " TA! EL\ occupied by .Air. E.Oiuntugham, situated A on the cast side of I3th street, hetv/een Alaii; and Uitry streets; powtesion t. L bad unmeiii.i.pi,- i lh® 1 ,ot'Sr ar'ioi.linrr. now occUpi.-i by Mr \ poif.ssion ^ he hat l.t 'wuary n.xt. Jilto—the l,ot and |.i,nlv i , comer or I5tl. l-M_v-stn.it**, lately orcupicj b% Mr. The*. H Morris as a tobacco manufactory ; jM.saesir-n to I* h«! rmnu S'21. tf' JOSEPH CALLECO. b\FIT'S A LK OR UITStI r|^![E "‘ u' ar>,; cotnmnr!i*u3 MUCK HOUSE k containing eleven rn..m», mid an shy pannage, Ki,ch‘" witk three rooms, '...I « large Driok Smoke-house <—also,the two^torv wood ii(»ise, with th« necessary outdinuac*, at present in the occupier of Mr* Tinsley.—Each tenement has * a cie of .an(!:uUul.<<I to it.—The nbovf-in*.*mi;>npO p-w '• *•» *Rr«*a’ilc ndphbnrli.ml, anti <m .11 f . 1% ■iV'T’*' wn,,inK tovi ‘I"- ytannines, » II aj plj to n. it. I'.inihrm- h, a, i|„ rr \ levee <ii Kii'hinnoil—Kor t.-nn* apptv n |f. Tonin kms senr. or*Uie 3ul*scriuci at. Camp Ihatom’s Ural t. ,f C. TOMPKINS J'w- *■_tf____ n'AN I I'D, itK.d ir.an „r Woman Oo-.k—a me, 'f'.il.l be prrf-1 r»:«t—A!aa, a. Bos nhniu 15. tphrciNW.^1^ W ,h houv>-vr,*k^ Ap^Iyi-t the En ni>0 Af’Kl o OK l/ANi) Fitlt I, /*', 2 i'l * **■’■'* ♦-»'*- ">*rs r. .id leading from m j, Htr.Jysl ;dg* to il:»..hvx<k-.irt-iiriiv,a,i<l about , mdestiv r, f - latter place. I hK | ,„,| j, r(1.M. t erodvCTjrval t.thh f ir cm, t ,Sacco, ,*ti ami uh*m .' h»rv is not more then half of it cm. that part . I -« IS ir.ilerag.sal feme-. Then ,s.- ttnitll do dlim -I,on*, o"!? wtlh one rr in and ached. Tic almve laa.l longs tothnrp. ,u. «f fieri*, t C. Cock,-, deo’d.-_ • erms tuty be tenown by njvdving to v „ JOHN It. OOCKK, e-r-ifr. Nov. K a'iTTkh r?s>:>t ent. °'.rfHK hert-,*y f:,vr *»•« the Cell ill the I,**. , * tw Mmp trl i., tin !‘y nf Willi:,Su l,„rr. !tpp,o ir" e- w,r ' ta’e Patients, ;.rr all rrrupiut, and that no more Milo | .urntswitj h received i .to theskM Il>*. pt ai ur.rd ioriie „» the said *> II* arc vacan*—due notice cr wlufh trif! hr £iv« n. A'/ Order nj the Cmret nf 7V"rr>-,vl sir .. ,T l/EON. HENLEY, c. e. n. _ l<n /111 Ki> / 77 ///■/;. //,V H’dintrhy.f,,- f„$l,tul I /tro ig, firjhf ftntl inuthrrent Shek S/en J tn // 7tir mnfl T'vinn Uu l',n,„rr, I ” , . T1 ' 'fr7,/'-/t trdwlh th, V / v 7”/ P,arb Smith)t //»«;«<• *#, /iml who l, rnfmhie nf Kd irr r/,a -ire *?/ « *;*rf/.V» a* '/>. /7 ,/ A, o/»„r d ecr.pum, mil meet -with liberal' wtre# *m njft,ration ParHvl), S ite,, tro Co . r. Ca/i t'oidf. rJV'l Cafi^, Hunt „Hd/V** '* •_ _ -V.tf. 19. //• j :u; rithpliiii-rolis" |* the Richo o d Cot oT. Man^norv « F rvnin r.o,0 -Mlltuig 3MV „nP ^ ... - l> I. f'*«ni'TCJ- JA!?t*MARnTS. the ,? v. vc.iL MEF/rr. c, « SlOfltliiiWiis in tie* Hank of Virginia will r liikc place or th * li .< \l i mI:iv in J *iiuai*v. D I). /lj \Jr] (JmtJurr. »•••■• *•tr IKiLURb RKW AKfj. • I bD lioni my rcciuilii.s rend, r.vous in ; ' J <he city of ll.cl.-.nm.i o . the‘dOin day <d noveiu «wr, IS14, JOIT.Y SMITffy uol i -rin the U iit d State* »r.in ; i,» was born in I 1 d. fit I < t rig t inches l.iei, ot * lir complexion, • *vv t 1‘ght t,uir, -*iiid f*% pro1 »n n shwiu^ke; I :•"» m. b!e I •«! ■ .rrihi' lux wearing a lie having <1 .uvn from me a co up! 'r suit ol lr. antiy unitonu, the givHier|>art of whidi hr did rioi cahy away with him. Th • above reward wilt b.* giv. n mimr person who will ’-li-er hw> to ne in Richmond, or any com mission'd o.'Lccr in toe TTniti <1 rimies inii.v. SAM URL KAKHiS, Lieut. n WWiRi gi U.S.T.ift. * J|>'v lie-l, ui»t v ill In "i p, uif |.|<b d Ind I. X <t for ready tinnier at the Brook Tavern, it the ♦•n'-r.s.Ttmn of the Rmok Tumpifc. nf,d, fiftt-m iarr>v, •K: /, ywng; -ii i'-bv^l'e mil's*, seven of eight tumbril eims nud g.iyr, fifteen Oi twenty good ;tole ».xi«, ftOm •weniv to thirty spades, fifteen or twenty mat takes And ***** '«"* * hk-ly eow unJ call. At the same tm u :i,rl |::Me, will l,e sold the largo *t ,bk\ or. dir: hit used •V . lie ha id» belongingt<> the Brooke Turnpike (>»u - Vv ' * * l’"rl °r ,l,c "rRr0 houses. By order <4' die Director* of the said company, KSN. SliFdTARD, nuxaa&cr. TWw,-‘l-___Cn KOliC V'7. ~ \I T. persons I’ ivoig siaimr, against. the estate of T) Jautes Walker, •‘••cV, are mjo -af-rl to ua ' v th-m known to the Subscribers, on or before the ’Tn of December next, Uiat M/rvigeiuiysts may be made fu. payment. ATiru:«»i:. A* fn-rs-, Natsax SrsN’cim, t'^cutnrs. rVerirdipr .**.-?rp I l.’ IX I . The,Ho.tsr a,,.! Hot where I reaklc—possession to b< fcivrn tin, h1 January next. XT „„ JOSriPfT fi ALLEGO. Nnv. gr. tf WhYl UAM FOIL SALE. T'VnHL bceoiJ, to t!,- highest bidders, upon the * * . I’rennses, on Thursday, the isth December ne\t, (d fair, othertvU ■ the hex; f»i • <!;,▼,) thu valuahh fai-n -' James Ilfver, c-dled it'ESTrUM, which cot.Ucnr 2">« W..S. *'o afcorotnodate those who wish to own small1 hn no, near the city, it will he sold in Lot, ■ M alevr at! nr 60 arms eaj,, extending from the rivet •' ‘ • r * * **' 'viil partake of a due p «Lon or low. grounds and wood-laud. This;,, ;.:<-rtv Iks but a few mi’cF above the citv, the tna.n nvvr road passing through it, which dVid, s the form troro the woo. I-land : so that l.v iand or h, Yi.-uev, it r.uv he approached with eqii.nl facility. lu jirxlucts caebe brought to market with very little more .'xpotice thno it it tv!\,v adjoining t!.e city—these Ti ivanbipr, cm,hired with th. rnpero fertility of th< v>|,> H"d !,tr b»uiMtil Imilding scit.s then on, rentier it tr together the meat desirabb proimrtv that his be-n . rtd f(,r »•« in or about the neighborhood of this city. Terms—<v> -thi-d cash, ant! the hnlftpre ;n eoti d psrrnent- of at) and I«t:t5,y* vntlursed ne ptU'-i.de notvt will !>c required, and deeds pn.parr;d, reads fir thi purchaser*. Alter the talc ol the lands, 1 sl,.ill ;*cocrr>d to veil . ' ei ops ol corn, w heat, rye, data, fodder arid bay— *or cash. 4 lJy cider of I homas Wilson, F.*q. xr , THOS. TAYLOR. __2l2I_2;_tds LANDS F(flTsAi7eT x Will Sell a jhirgain, f>r Cash, in any of the follow H tng Land: ™- tit' -ain Powhatan, 5 millf,nm Jar . ■> River hr 36 from Richmond, ntlpining M- esr*. Josinh Smith, I, N^theri^nfl, H. A»rlt j nrand oth»n: is .4 jinrt nfrhi* • ••net belonging t.. the heir* of the late Charles Ix.ti.n, r.«- that hns been occupied by W in Wilburn for V,| .a MMI-. past—this Isa ? r„r t of Vic! i high land. ■I'ii am s in f xwhtand, 34 miles from Hichmondand s troro Janies r. or, nil join it g Mewrt U'm ! htmir. lit, Humtihiiv PavrisJi, ire and known by th- name ot Southall’;* Tract; this hod lies welt, ft coni derahle part in wood, w.I.V*, is good, the clewed land is rone rail* worn. Several smaller tra'da in different pt-.ces in Gooch 6i-f acres in Louis.*, near "Walker’s tavern, 4 nr 5 rml. s frhm Magnaiei-’s mill, on the north tirk of James river, and |y ing r.n the Three Chop! and Marquises njrn • ; *h,s land •* Jwioi , h-u lavs we||, is „|| C0Ver .1 wit •, the best pine timber (or fine flooring plank, wlwiJi i valuable for t!»; liiclmiond market. 3.-.f. ,.cre‘ mi the South east sale of the Uitle river r,f the Calf Pasture, ‘2t* mil«*s fiWTii Stanntn« ; :■ str-.ll part only is cleared, awl is iK-ramied hv Mr. Wilii.-ms, ■*!! in* Mrs. Perry and Jidm Cr iig.'Erij. *irM 0,1 river, adjoinii j Mr. John " PP'T/, Cmig, Looi iiIge and Herry 5 a her, sin tile emmty of Rerkelev, t.umerly die propt rtj of Richard 1 l*fh«lcrsnn, then of McCarty I i*7. htign and then of Caf'er TJeverley, K*qr* 6ii6 acre - in the county ol Hanipgtbiv formeily the HI mu He r'4l!n.i..« 11._i_ tf 4 .uci .1 in tin* ro'ititv (if Wnnd, nn Fivndi nTck, ;» f. w mitV. t.ir veM: i , uY, nwrt not for from Hie Ohio. Iia**’* u ,t1 *" Joseph Harwood representative t: ! Immn* Ifenll/y. • IciHt Ktr13in seme rnmtv n'«! oatented m the inn-: these twc tract* hiW<n»l count,, I an.in* trn.cd a if ir<<id Is ml. •ii 15 acres in rrembr.cr enmity, on i*ie Maadow ri te,, opposite the ii.oiuh of Sew *;M ti’VMiung (In' limit* '■I .Sami., t 1*1 sc*, Win. MnGliim;, Shi im.) .McGinn}; i*. A Mi. Henna : .. great i>«i t of this land is said to Ins w ell mid he fen’ll i '. itl.’ acres in lfo*h iminty, e»IM an induritr snr vey ; ilir. land is nearly all mountains oft-nck*, Imt here anil there smiil! piece* ui" lerv rich land, and t(ie mtHiti tain affords a goal rang™ loi shwk ; it i« founded bv d ^ river nr. one mn and ijielyiw I'amin* «|.. i Other for many miles.-—i am mt.irnnid tliere is a salt pftrr o.ive nu it, m.d a large foalv oi rich itou ore on a | part nt it, th.it i. not n ore than l<> f> miles from Jam I river, dow i v.drch i.- ai can hi li’might lo Richmond. | 2f*00 iii-rii iji ll.rrifon, lving withe wed fork nf.YIn nongalia, atijni., g I* | •auvey-d for nr.Btmj.Say a ad n*hcrs; this I and i* s. i I to la* of a good quality. 2750 act”, is in Wythe entmtr. on K s i Creek, art ji.iwit’.r (,n|. Stephens, .lamer *j day nnd otlieVi MOO eires an same creek, adjoining Miss Gribs, Chiucuaat’cl He»w Newman. acr. s in Wyllte eonntv, nn Cripple creek ad orning toe land- of .Mi >«•». l'lionius Major, V\ in. Ko grrsio.d Jan..- Mtfin.nck 0^0..Hires in VV'.die, on the v'ost side of New river, adjoining Wm Ht-tiierl, Gnrt*’r, lkiki-r, Holt, Kvan, Williams and the Tlmmst's. On one of those tracts I am inf irm.d there -sh Lead m.ne. . If. SO, .my o! tlu l:<nds>of which Ifii.baisl Smyth, fopricHr ot thisritv, dk d imr-scMi. d,ex< ■ ->r a few •.•art sold hy >fr. Ih*va' tiovh'.d’ c’d. I presume (Iteselands , nee known in t*hir res per five nrighfonirb'Kidx by tin name of Smith’* I and. On application to M» Jacob T’ackle-r, e* Manaton, nr myself in this city, hytnaii, fnrther inform;, t ion 'nr. v He had. I have three Rra ksfoos’son Marion Hill, just fodn' thiv . i. v, t| at ■ would sell si a pea t, on which tl e ren** would l iv a end interest. Also several vacant f,nt. '•» /lilt- rem (..its of the dly—And 100,000 hnsJirl* <if GOAL, fl at I will soil low in utodi na« quantities. „ NF.ILMoCOILL. _Hu-hm-md. Vw^to. 9t cTri TonTarms, ' f . itnt from lb. Richmond MaiiOfaotnrs ar» « sotdhy rriLLLiM Afrm.H dv II Never,.her | w tf—— THE MANCHESTER EJCQHJ1AX1E. *r*HK Kit'!*«eriber) Ik-* I aVc to inform their f-Vnd . 3 and l. • public gen,.rally, Umt lltcv baver iiiov.il from tbe A av-lliaisi-, between ' lU.tnr.oud and rctei-sburg-, to that commodious Inaisc on the Main s,wt ,ht' ,our"r eiiJ Mtinrhester. lor the nor l*i»eo: kwju-.g l Hvem ; and from then- long c\ encem that line of business, they hope and Hitter themselves to 'u,\ _• i: in tlicir |>ower to gi-T <>. ntr.tl sa tjsfncti >o to all those who-may be please.fto tUvour tbein vitfc List-tr custom. Their house will be •« al Uu.es well furnished with the best of evers thin-tie ceS3ary t .r the accommodation of travellers and others who may please to rail on tVm. Tlnir stables hi largeand convenient, and will br eoustantlr supplied with the best of every kind oftera"** which the mark. I cun att'MTl—with good and attentive hostlers.— Ml ol v. .iicli will be furinslied at as reasonable rates as the markets mil admit. licoe t-enileiaen who have business in Richmond, and think proper to leave their horses in our stables. n.a> rest a.-.msd that every can. aid it cut ion will hr paal to them. rliev have also |irocutuI a lot fur the pnrpoic- of turning horses in. Hoarders— by die »t -k, month orvi ar, will be thank, telly received b/ RKO IlFl 'M.Hr >r •vr .... K»Xf. V A I'CMYKi |„ . If I he house is, on rt/'s dnut open for r‘,e re* eept.m, oi corn, any,_ iVe. j fi, ~ l. a n ]>T : I U dl Sell on-a credit, or exchange i-;r items* s, a valuable l.sndci) Kslnte near Charlottesville, \tbc ! 'b* j acres nf sup, .-.or nualitv, nearly I hull cirmvd, tuc balance gyod toUoco kind. ‘ Wir, u.Mee\|ieiue linn ini<ht lie made a most vb lig!,tin. sn I >'ovot tor a smali ikniity ; ica.outains manv local .«l vant.tgei Sillum lobe nit will, in estates mow for sale | ui that most dcsiriblr ,m s o! the r. mntrv, h i-,- „• ar a manufacturing mill, on a public road , b-s "-elb -u ! Mill-seat u;h„; ncvc.-.failii K stream, ami will,in n f, w mib-s of naviRati .0. My I mtber Win. (iarian I, living I nrar tlm idacr, will shew the land to those di pov.il ;« pm-chssi-, and make known the terms—or a letter ad dressed to the subscriber will be mended to. It.-i-, auxious U> 3eP, a rihojI bargain n.av had. . A’. G. / ff/,. 1A‘D. Lynchburg, TV-c. I. , „ 5 w „ Fir A no'L /.jits a e itZllihT.— T> UX.UVAY fax,in the SuK-tiIi. ;• on the 2t>tii iust. 1 * * ' woman named SALLY. She is about i ..ct 11> inches high, situ is a stout r..ndc woman, rather ct ft jvllow complexion, has a dow . U.k vlu-n siKikc-n to, Si ha-, a scar on hi r let!rum u‘-.v ..ik„... ‘ , .... person that will deliver the *ud negro 10 ine, shall re ceive tin- abc.vc reward. n , , It ETJRAXK. _1 Vccndicr 1. if I N pursumce of a decree of the Superior :* °r Chancery, holden at the Capitol urthe City of Richmond, pronounced on the 1 3 - .t day of January last, between -°"J' Preston, Administrator, de bonis non, of Gcorgu Mayo, dec’d. the said John Preston and Elizabeth, late EUzabcth A. Mayo, his wne, which said Elizabeth A. Preston, is oiicmiI the co-heirs of Edward Carrington, dec d. and George Carrington, Elizabeth Carrington, Alexander Carrington, Willi am Robert Carrington, Maria Carrington, Albert Carrington, Codrington Carrington, jr. Wilst.u Carrington. Elizabeth Griffin Carrington, George Carrington, Mayo Car rington. Richard Adams (. arrington, £c John A. Carrington, infants under the age of tw-_-n ty one years, by Codrington Cart ington, the elder, their next friend, the said Codrington I Carrington, the elder, Elizabeth Watkins, Hannah Cabell, Judith Bernard, Gro. Ber nard,Ann Bernard, William Carrington, Jo seph Carrington, L'.ulcberry Cariangt. Benjamin Carrington, Paul Carrington, jr. [s. n of Joseph] ami Paul Carrington, the eider, others cf the co-heirs of Edward Carrington, dec’d. and Addison Harrison, and Theodosia his wife, Thomas Murray Walton and Fanny his wife, James Pitman and Heningham Ids wife, Willis Wills and Elizabeth his, wife, and Charles Copland and Hcningham his wife, which said Theo dosia Harris, h, Fanny IIarris*.n, Hening ham Pitman, Elizabeth W ills and He ningham Copland, are the residue of the said co-heirs of the said Edward Carring ton, deceased, an.; the said John Prtsn»n, administrator of Louisa iVIayt>, dec’d. Pl’n't,. AG/fNST Jolm ivuyo and Elizabeth J. Carrington, ad ministratrix of i.divard Carrington, dt*cea sed, Drifts. WILL BE SOLI) J)T JiUCTiOA% On the premises, on Thursday the Sth of Jan. next, for reedy money, the water GRIST MILLS and appurtenances, commonly called Mayo’s Mills, below, but adjoining the try of Man chester, in the county of Chesterfield. The sale will begin between and 1 c‘-» clock, in the forenoon. cif. lit r.t: v r n/v.,ivn, COG t<rvGTO.\ V. I:UU.\'GT0N, l Com’,* JtULESHOTT $ J''1" ^___trjg A DVERTiSKMKNT, OTO),F,\ from my cciiii'iftiiy mulil.-*, ,1 (,'^inp]>• >7 RiVigo, On tlie I III ..ftIlf 2Cili nut. TWO M< ilt-ES, Ir :-.ngTiip in tin- State. Om a bin *| bay, a iMint 9 yours old, wrtl. n . sU - liitr sl.ir in his forehead, a long, btiCney bob tail, •hnil In fore, almut 5 f, el high. «•:>' r. plm*«on th« idc >'f bis hack-hone, like us if he I fd been-laiiied. The oilier h dark blood bav, 5 fain ol.i, slitnI in line, n long switch toil, and carries it v n well—abitno oil bis neck rs* tnbli..ga hstiluc_a bni-sc ol gresl spirit, n*mot 5 feet high. Any person who wilt give information to me reopec. •fif' liitm, so lleil 1 pet them »<:»in, or deliver ih- m to the tinarter-Master-Ctm ri.1 in Kiwhinotitl, sln.ll heTib m-ally rewarded. D. C»I.AS5, Capt.of .frt’r. Dec. 1_gr.wgr.p ‘ ILIUM EH S' Jtji.YIC OF VJRGIJS'IJ. \<»ttn ral •l/'i’tiMg fr (lie Sinckludders for the pnr po*. of elm .inp D.n cl II»lor the Institution, w ill b. h Id at the lJank on Tuesday, the 3ixl of Junuan next. Wx, VKKEHVIB, Cashier. December!. £<wtdin COMO HESS. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 7'ucsdao, A or. 28. NATIONAL BANK. A fr. A i/hr,urn if Ohio, said hr had ever con sidered it to be tne interest t,f ilu*. United State:; that a National I) <nk should, be r-t-. blislicd, ‘or the convenient management of it? finances, Jt w.\s with satisf xt.on he f un that to t»e the opinion of a rrr >t n» it'.cbv o the house, by tlie votg, aome ti ne ago. on th* pi -position that it was rKpediert to" ustaMisi a Nat.onal Bunk. *1 he projpf*. before tin houtu* h tving 1m r<i rejected, he held in hi: nand a res hr ion ewbr icing „ sketch of ; plsii, which, if approved, nfjjht «• put uih I 'he siapcof » 4» •». t\\r. K.. then c/Ilred !iij I -s -nitt >n f,ir consideration. [I ii‘ rcs«i|utioii enihioces the same plan, •viih a few variations, as th t contained in ttn: vll which was vesterd.iv rejected by tho House] 1 his motion the"Sokakk.r pronounced to >-out of order, as i; subsonic ur:d tncttrt lie same us that already r jectecl l,v the louse, n 1 vide the.reinrv eeuldnvt ;i< w Ik; resumed Ouleas by a vote of ru-con&kieratkm to-day'. l/r. A Ihov'^n remarked, that be had rot undersbx>', that Pis motion v\ uid lie consi lered by th chair out of order, <>r lie would not hnv» proposed it. He the more readily withdrew ;t, because be mi'ersood th t it \\ ms yet intended to move a re-considerattcn of t!ie vote of y- stei i ay. [ Vo re const f> rati,,,, 'nri>ed to day cf 'Ac A u'i-jfial Panic b.U. ir’nch j.v tfuTcfjTC firudh, rejected in th;« 11 in, , Out tt.ay and flr b.jh/’i -:<ilt he re ived in t.S' vttrj\ ■ r • *pol e aj inst the reconi mitr iticut of the bill, & n j\ ply t.> . e argumei tsef mf-quality !irt>.l sv.venvss in its penuion. both which he denied The consumer pay* in,r the t..x, independent of tile general view of i’let ixe >, he behoved tlie .'tln.itkt stnteo would pay as hi rye a portion of this particular tax ;,s th? W estern. d/r. Pa^row of S. C. opposed the rc-rom mitinent on the found ib*rt the qu.-s.i n h d alr.-ady l>f**11 amply dise.itstied anti scriovr ▼ settled as t-' the amount of »>ie t: \ ; Iro he intimated, he sh uhl In «'i»p >s. d t the [»:tss ige of the bill, unless n prevision should be introduced into it allowing a di tw i back on export tk'o. in order to void a vio lation of theconstitutk nal provi.-iiiii • •guiact a I tax on exj)* rt«. A message v. as received from the Se*n*e ! annnunc.ug tiie rejection of the joint resolution iroiii this noi se f«>r hyjpnuitirg a Cimiiiittee to enquire into the exnedicocv of r- mm >n * tha sittings ot Cor.gn ss to seme oilier buil',1 [ ing— Thursday, Decavhrr 1. -^r Pob "rtxoti of Lou. offered tor consid eration th following resolution ; Rntolvrd. That so much of the rule of thi° House as is supposed to pre- lude the re-ex amination ot a subject decided on, be cuspen ded, so i y --s relates to the e blishment of a Nation-1 Bank. The 'ts lution, accordir^to the rule, rouse lie on the t .hie one dav of enur-e. A rei. it w .s received from th° Serre'ary of the Nsvy. transmitting s. inn.;;-, «'r port in com filial re wuh a >t s- lution < f ius House of the 3d of March last, • f the cost, expen ditures and s’ate of the various Navy "Varda, &c. Mr../ /:vton of F7u. offered for considera tion the f 1 »v.:rg vi s lntion, prcrrvi'ng that his nbjc*- t w.'S. fnst, the dispatch • f public, business, -iv>, 2iMy recess in the cl«*sr of this month from the 20*h. to N.-w -.rS Day, dun g which time n was well km.wn the, II use iv s • ner.Jly so thin as to do little bu siness, See. c-c. f\ * third, I hat the hour t -> which the House d- iiy a ‘f-units, shall Jv- 10 o'cloi k in the nicr ni- g, u ui* the 2Qth jest. 1 he motion vhs agree 1 to without cLbate, by a large .v jority. Frida:/, Dec 2. ft The House resumed the consideration ot ' ,vl:-. Robert sea’s .iii.n to suspend so much of the rule ot the ) louse as prA Hides pie re consider it'mn of any subject on which the House has dura,g the same session decided. Some debate arose on the motion, whi^K was supported by the mover and by \1 c. Wil son of Pa. and opposed by Mr. Stanford and others. In the ecu rse of the debate, if vis mentioned that a billon the v.j.;v-ot a >7 -tv. onal Rank was in preparation in the Styian Mr. \\ arti ot N. J. moved to lay tire resolcti on on the table ; which motion was negatived 64 to 44. The question wo^ then taken on* agreeing to the resolution, and negatived, a.s follows : Against it 65 Tiie v/v flA-rr lnid before the He use a let ter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in reply to one (.om the Speaker, requiring a warrant for Trr/ney to defray charges ,>f this House, Apprizing him thin, il e pprop-ia tion on this head being exhaust \ a further provision therefor by law wav re. * vary. The 'letter was ordered to lie on the t:.l h ,>n the intimation ol Mr. Jiighrrn t ’ *he r■ nmittec ot Wtys and Means we i t ubu. to a. t on the subject. A report was re reived from the Navy Hc p ’rtment, of tht contracts made by ti. t He partment with individuals for the two List year.. • . A report was : ■ -o received from the same d ]wrt;oer,t on tb i itition of the President and Tnrcct r, of tie Fa stern Branch Bridge, Hie report st ifes that tie bridge was dc6 tr*yed. r.tth«* i*>stai.ce of Get Wi lder, but by the agen y of the Nuvv T). • ,3> nnm •, ai.^ i cier the mmi ci .te lupeviiiienibince cf Cap tain (“re rliton. r This rep it was, on motion v Mr. Lewjg of • o. ordered t > be referred to the commit tee ot Claim?. APPORTIONMENT Or MILITIA. I ho f,,UoMin/i, tut; a l oitKjiiint rit of (he firouMrd nratt of mm among the st'eial states m,d terrftci’ . » r i i«yi New lliimpshii f, two thousand five hundred , ' t -. 1 7 • . Prom Mumwi Sretss. eight thru and r.x hundred IS Vs f. From Yvrmont, two thousand five hmjdn d ty. * f mm R> *)■ .Iv'vrft, eight hundred sixtv. . Fr ni Co f, ci I* it, tin » (Ikh.h* .'! i,i From N.*w Y'>r»., eleven tho*!*e.nd six huo.Pedfif teen. . . . From New- irr»ey, twottaujanil five hundred etch ff , * from Ffnns. Isuiia, nine thousand eight hundred ninety fi • 1 ro*n 1 (aware, elidit hundred »ix*v I M> i Msiylv;.], tifvv tjinlixno'l ,»l,* h itidr'*d *• v ri.tV’. ■ Fro i V .t i' b, rime tlomna 1 ekrht ha xlred nmet* j rVp , , * From Xo'th Carolina, five thtara.rkl five hnndr ,1 ; ninety. Fro South Carolina, three thousand eftht huvlr J **»r» nrv. * From Cbmeia, two thousand five hundred eigh ' Fro C. y!. cly, four thousand three hyr-dred. , ^iuw,.ia« L.«#v4»ujd S»re boauroG eighty