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PUBLISHED OX TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY—BY S. SNOWDEN, ROYAL-STREET ALEXANDRIA.
Vat. XXI1] SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1822. [No. 6253. THE oficran&na ** ' is PUBLISHED ON _ Jaut Thursdays Saturdays, SNOWDfiN, noualstreel, Alexandria, at »,»* D0L'->- FEI1 ANNU“ The Steam-lioat 1 otomac, HICH lor speed and accommodation ij equal to any other, continues to Norfolk, Alexandria and Wa shington. W She leaves th« city of Washington at 8 n^k ptery Thursday morning, and A past 9; »nd after landing '"""m at convenient places on then fplmac! and a. Old Point Comfort, [*„, „ Norfolk on h riday morning in E. Z, m Soulhern Stages, and tbe steam Zfor Richmond and Petersburg On ■londay aioruiog she leaves Nortolk at 12 Vlock. arrives at Alexandria on 1 uesday doming, and proceeds direct to the city o I i^ii^lon. N. B. Horses and carriages ^'rTbe Proprietors of the Steam boat i(wac are desirous to grant every ac nmmodalion to passengers, and have ar ■njed the line oi departure and arrival in 5 jnanoer, a* to admit passengers Irora toad and Petersburg to transact bu ac3J iq Nortolk;aod tuose proceeding to wiurtnward, to transact business at A ►Miuiriaand Washington without loss ot IB*. may 2 For Sale, TME LAND & HOUSE on Stump k Hill, lately owned hy Mr. Nor R ton, being about TWENTY ONE H ACRES well enclosed; on the lit it river turnpike road, * miles from Alex hiria The garden contains many valua le sbruhs, vines, and truit tree-. The tuation is handsome and healthy. Possession may be had immediately— he time of payment will be reasonably itended to suit the purchaser. WM.CRANCH. March II, lawtt._ iFor Sale. r will sell a tract or parcel of land cal eJ BROOMFIELD, ontaining three hundred aod fifty acres ®oreorle$3, lying and being >in Chailes Dunty, immediately on the road leading om Port Tobacco to Dumfries Ferry, a* out sir miles from Port Tobacco, within )ur miles of Nanjemoy Church, and with* i II miles ot navigable water. The im tovements on the said farm are a dwell mg house, kitchen, barn, corn, house, and other necessary houses, i It is deemed unnecessary to give more particular description oi xsanae as it is presuired any person nbm^to purchase will view the premis i For terms apply to the subscriber on the adjoining farm. THOMAS JONES. march 26 _la3wir To be Rented. A roomy and convenient two sto ry bnck DWELLING in a good neighborhood and in the most pleasant and healthy part ofKing ,ree‘» lately occupy a by 1. Ashby. JL$0— convenienttwo story brick building on * Pavement and in a pleasant situation, well calculated far a small genteel and Also, a large brick Ware wse, on the \vhart, well calculated for lor,n8 salt, flour, or any kind ol Mercban* 12*• Inquire ot A. SCHOFIELD, or G. BRENT, mo. 13 9t * To Rent, » The house lately occupied by Wood at the corner of King IgljSndPitt streets, the situation is ■bpleasant and healthy, the house •acious md airy. In a tew’days the pre »»es will be put in coinpjcte repa,r< For ‘rticulars enqaire ot n R. T RAMSAY & Co. 9 1u»t tusliionable Hair Catting I'RR subscriber respectfully informs the , ef geutlemen, that he has re ^ 0 lhe corner ot Prince and Fairfax r'T . * he will wait on them in his „‘ , '*"'** at the shortest notice, and nnl- U 01 P**t favors, hopes to merit a ion»'U?ce the same by strict atten foa to hi3 calling. W. DEVAUGHN. ^*ets ground and repaired at * shortest notice. I V ! .r > ,fS ^cen lnt*xvater hot; V in °l w,J*lw*y3 tind me on the spot. W. D. Uop notick. t4 Valt!?1 '^e ensu*nfi: y*ar at Pleasant Ffod aU,y»i°? *^e kittle Hiver Turnpike Kise,**out 0aiil^s above Fa.rfa* court i TAVERN ln I other houses attached - to it NVh***.u7.^ V. ,s a i •Vftru, ana lor 'Plv tr, Vi h "I"1 ni»ck-miih. F..r terms P-y t° ll,« subscriber it s„M place. tUJArt HUTCHISON. 7t* July 4 FOR MADEIRA, The brig HEBE, will sail in a ply to july 4 fifew days, lor freight or passage ap A. C. CAZENOVE&GV tf For Amsterdam. The superior coppered brig: EIGHT bONS, Low, master. (daily expected) having the most of her cargo engaged; will meet with dispatch and can receive 100 hhds. on freight. Apply to WMi«oWLEiiCo. july 4 tf For Freight The schr. CATHERINE capt. Singer, carries lUUObbls. will take freight coastwise on very moderate terms. Apply to Wi>l FOVVLE ^ Co. Who have for sate said schrs. cargo of 600 casks Thomaston Lime july 4 tf FOR BOSTON, The schr. UlPoEY, Chas. Fog , ier. master, wilt sail «n a tew days, Jjdv mg most o: the cargo on board* 300 barrels will be taken on freight tor wbicb or parage, apply to J. H. LADD & CO. july 4 For Freight, ( The brig HALSEY, I. Small, i master* carries 12U0 barrels, is a sup iior vessel, will oe ready lor a car go in a tew days. Also For Freight, Ufa The Schr. ANN, B. (febb, mas jjggggga ter, a first rate vessel and carries I3oo bols.—will be ready for a cargo in three days. Apply to WM. FOWLED CO. Who have for tale said vessels cargoe^J 15oo bbls. Thomaston lime, 6000 lbs prime green cotlee, 3o bags sugar, fco bhds, Jamaica rum. june So For Freight, The superior brig ABIGAIL, £jame& Goodday, master, carrieg 3ooo bbls. is in pood mediately flour, cr 42o hds. tobacco; she )rder, and will take a cargo im ?n board. Apply to WM. FOWLED CO. june 13 For Freight, The good schr. POLLY, Abner Koones, master; burthen about 4uu oois. and is now ready to load* Apply to JOHN H> LADD,& Co. Who have for sale, on board said vessel, 17 Tierces and 5 half tierces RICE. may 28 tf Freight, For The pood schooner PROSPECT, _rapt. Perkin?* burthen about 1000 hbl<*. will be ready in a fesv days to take freight to any northern port. Apply to JOHN H. LADD <$• CO. June f! For Boston, The brig SYLVESTER HEALY, i Edward Robinson, master, a supe- ! r:or vessel 500 bbU. lune 8 will sail in a lew days & tase Apply to * VIM FO'.VLE& CO. For Freight, The new and superior brig SYL VESTER HEALY, E. Robinson, master, carries about 12U0 bbis. will be , ready (or a cargo in a few days, and take a foreign or coast wise freight. Apply to WM. FOWLE <$• CO, Who have for sale said brig's cargt^ oi 700 casks Thomaston lime, june 4 For Amsterdam, The new and very superior ship DELTA, James Clarkson, , master, (daily expected); burthen 640 , blids- tobacco, and will take freight of 260 hhds. and passengers. Also, for Charleston $ Savan nah. THp> pood schr. FARMER'^ ^FANCY, John McIntyre, mas ter; burthen about 1000 bbls. and will in a few days be readv to load. Apply to JOHN H. LADD <Sr Co. may 14___„ For Bremen, The superior bi g: ABIGAIL, [James Gooday, master ; wiP com rnence loading in a few clays, aou lase ; l«->0 hhds on ireight if offered soon,. Ap I ply to WM. FOWLE 4* Co. For Cowes, The coppered brigV'EN TROS.V, Alien master; will sail about the 10th July, and take some i>assengers*cn j moderate terms. Apply as above. June 29 ™ __ __ ■ » Received per brig Hebe. PRIME Upland Cotton; “ new rice First quality Bordeaux oil n White and brown Havana sugars Bristol porter bottles Leghorn hats aud bonnets For sale by . _ A.C. CAZENO\ E & Co. june IS Southern Bank. Notes* S& M. ALLEN & Co. Pennsylvania • Avenue, Washington City, are con stantly purchasing the following Bank Notes, at the lowest rate of discount, viz— Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, Also, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Yoik, Connecticut and Mas sachusetts. Persons having the above or any ot the notes of the solvent banks in the United States will do well by calling at AL LEN’S Lottery Exchange Office, Penn. Avenue, Washington City. Where can at all times be obtained, drafts on Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Richmond, Va. Fayetteville N. C. Charleston, S* C. and Savannah, Geo. on accomodating terms ^april 27_dtf_. John H. Ladd $ Co. HAVE just received by brig Winifred from Havana, and brig Resolution from St. Thomas, and schr. Mary, from Newburyport, 50 boxes white and biown Havana sugar 30 boxes Muscovado do 21 bbls. do do 14 hhds molasses 8000 doz. Amegor superior Spanish se gars, in whole, halves quarter boxes 8 bags cocoa, 5 d.» coffee 2 hhds W. L rum 1 bbl &l 4 boxes tallow 11 cases men’s <$■ boy’s fine shoes 3 do fur bats» 50 bbls N. E* rum, may 11_ A. C. Cazeaove Co. HAVE for sale, on accommodating terms* Young hyson and»gunpowder tea, cargo of ship Panther, imported last month; Prime retailing molasses N. E. rum, Jamaica do. Whiskey, gin, and sugar Finest old madeira b port wine, Cut nails &. brads 2d to 4Gd inclusive Dupont’s gunpowder Baltimore window glass Spanish segars, yellow soap Sperm, mould, and dipt candles with a very extensive stock of American, European, and India piece goods may 18 Earthen Ware, Chiua and Glass. HUGH SMITH &CO have just recei ved by the ship Wilhelmina, from Li verpool, a large supply, which gives them a general assortment, lor sale as low as to be had in the northern cities. They have also, and intend keeping for sale, an assortment of Stone JFare. Also—pipes in boxes of 3 and 4 Gro ea Window glass in do 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 Demijohns, 3 and 4 gallons, may 9_ _3w NOTICE. DIED in November last, in Charles countv, Maryland, Mr. John Rowe, Sen. long a resident ot that county. The administrator ot his estate requests *Mr. John Rowe, Jr. should this notice be seen by him, to return and receive his share ot the property left by the deceased—Any information relative to said John Rowe, will be thankfully received by his sister now residing in Charles County Md. July 4_ 3t Sugar. BAGS Sugar landing from schr. Superior, tor 9ale by WM. FOWLE <$• Co. april 16 __ Bolting Cloths. JONATHAN JANNEY, has for sale an assortment of Bolting Cloths of Superior Quality. All orders from Millers or others will e particularly attended to. Also. A constant supply of Ground Plaster, for sal-i by the ton, barrel or busbeR at a very reduced price. 03-Cash given for empty barrels. 9 mo 29 , . $100 Reward. RAN AWAY from me, the subscriber, in Fairfield, South Carolina, negro LEONARD, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet to or 11 inches high, yellow complexion, formerly the property of Butts & Caywood, of Alexan dria. 1 will pay the above reward tor said Leonard, if lodged in any jail so that get him again. JOHN HARRISON, april 9.__lro For Sale, QQC\Z) lights of window Sash, and a few **** ** six pannel doors, made of good materials, will be sold low JOSEPH RINKER. i 4 mo 3 J Spring Goods. BRADEN’MORGAN & Co. have im ported in the ship Wilhehnina, from Liverpool, 7 8 6ne and super fancy prints 9-8 do do do chintz) Do super furniture do Do cambric muslins, 6*4 do do Do camb. ging. striped ^'checked Plain leno Tamboured do Loom sewed japaned Do do do book Tamboured do India do Do mull J* MUSLINS. Corded check Hair cord Fancy stripe Do check Satin stripe Jackonet Fancy gingham roles White Marseilles quiltingfc Handsome printed do 4 and I drab, slate, blue, and stripe cotton cassimeres Plain and striped drillings 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens Do brown hollands 7 8 and 9 8 steam loom shirtings Women’s white cotton hose Men’s do do do White cotton balls 9-8 cotton apron checks Striped jeans Do florentines Wilmington stripe? /flack plain and looted"! Drab mac*andCri“SOn * (-GALLOON* Ingrained scarlet j Black and white hat bands Tribble gilt coat & vest buttons Horn suspender do Pearl shirt buttons 4 44 and 5lb best'London^pins 5 rao 9 tf Charles Bennet, HAS received and offers tor sale by wholesale* 6 cases Irish linens, remarkably cheap 1 do 6-4 7*4 8-4 9*4 &’10-4 diaper and damask 6-4 corded and colored muslins Cambric muslins, of various qualities London ginghams, mull mull muslins Russia and Irish sheetings Flag Bandanna hhdkls. very sup qlt’y* Hirsts Black, and navy blue Imperial Saxon cloth Seine and sewing twine, Patent shoe and coloured threads Gentlemen’s doeskin and Beaver gloves may 4 Iaw6w Lemons, Whiskey, fyc. Samuel messersmith has* in store, and offers tor sale on accommo dating terms, 116 Boxes Sicily lemons 5oo Barrels Baltimore whiskey 2 Pipes Holland gin 2 Hhds 3 pipes Antigua rum |3Goo lbs. prime green Laguira 6l Havana co flee 6oo lbs St. Domingo ditto, 3 Hhds.fc 5 bbls muscovado sugar 11 Hhds superior retailing molasses 14 Chests 6 i chests^ gunpowder and 18 ten catty boxes two boxes containing 4o 2 lb. canisters. 9 five catty boxes Imperial do boxes, halt boxes, bakersNo I&2 choc date; boxes Baltimore No I, 2 6i 3do. 88 Boxes muscatel raisins 50 boxes mould 4? dipt candles A tew boxes sperm, ditto 10 half qr. casks^Sicily ^ ^imp. teas carg*s weaver,<$> Hun tress,Savannah. JVi ne. 10 do do Canary \ 6 do do Colminar C 14 do do Malaga J 3o Bis mess and prime pork 5o do No l shad 4o Bundles sugar loat paper 15 do binders boards Wrapping & Kentish cap paper lo Cases fresh oil in flasks represen ed in fine order* june 29 _ $100 REWARD WILL be given for the apprehension ot three negro boys (brothers).— , They ran off from me on tbe 1st inst. near j the White Post. They were seen on the tbe same day this Side of tbe river. It is pYobable they will make their way to the Eastern Shore of Md. wbeie they were raised ; the oldest is named ABRAHAM, stout made, and has a considerable imped iment in his speech; he took with him a yellow roundabout, white duck pantaloons, and a fustian jacket filled with yellow 2nd an old fur hat. BENJAMIN, 13 years old, stout made, took with him a grey fustian roundabout, white duck pan* taloons and a new fur hat ISAAC, 16 years old, rather delicately made; took with him a pair of white duck pantaloons, swansdown vest, a felt hat about half worn. , „ . I will give a reward of 25 dollars for tbe apprehension of either ot tbe said ne* froes, if delivered to me, at the White ost, Frederick county, Va. with all rea sonable expenses; or, if secured in any jaii so that I get them again. The above reward of 25 dollars, or 100 dollars for (he apprehension of the three, with all rea sonable expenses'if delivered to me. JOHN'S. BAKER. ja?y 4 For Washington & Baltim’e. THE MML STAGE HAS commenced running this day as usual, which will leave Alexandria every morning at b o’clock, and is the on* ly line for Baltimore from this place. For Washington George town. FARE FIFTY CENTS. npHE coacbee will leave Alexandria at .1 8 o’clock m the morning for the a bove places, returning, leave Georgetown at 5 o’clock in the evening, and Washing ton at half past five, july II _ 3t To Rent, That well known establishment, The Union & Murine HOTEL. Union-st. between King and Prince*sts,— The situation is welt calculated for the convenience and reception of seafareing men. It is also situated near the Team* boat Ferry, which renders it particularly eligible to the citizens of Md, crossing thereat—Likewise for sale a good Frame House, and lot contiguous to the above Hotel The ground floor now oc cupied as a store, and is well calculated for a continuation of the same, particularly a grocery.—They are both in the occu* pancy of the proprietor, where applies* tion can be made, ANTHONY RHODES, july 16 tf ta MUSICAL TUITION. THE subscriber respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Alex* dria and its vicinity, that be has commen ced a course of instructions in Instrumental § Focal Music. Toe number of pupils being limited, those wishing to subscribe, are invited to make " an early application, as but three more can be attended to the present quarter. + There will be taught the Violin, Cla rionett, Flute, Bassoon French-horn, Bu gle and Trumpet; Single Flageolett; and the much admired Ladies and Gentle mens DOUBLE FLAGEOLETT. Music composed for songs, Serenades, Odes, £c. and correctly copied. The subscriber in the course of bis next weeks tuition (as soon as a room for the purpose can be obtained,) will explain the proper principles of the study. The neglect that has existed In the mode of tu ition: more especially in Vocal Music Amateurs, and those Ladies and Gen* tlemen who have attended singing schools, are particularly 'invited to attend. Duel notice will be given of the time aod place f£7-Pianos correctly timed. L. J. LARKIN, Professor of Music, D• C. July %tf Notice. Boston, 20th April, 1822. AS the subscriber will probably leave the United States in the course of the ensuing summer, he desires that all person! who have or pretend to have any claims against him will present them to him in Boston,on or before the end of June next, and be hereby makes known to all whom it may concern that unless this notice is complied with, it will be pleaded in bar to all claims whatever, founded on any'mat* ter or transaction, which may have occur* ed prior to this date. RAI'MONDO CHACON, may 2 Jaw60d ACADEMY. IN addition to the usual course of studied taught in the Columbus-st* Academy, will be taught the classics by tbeRev* J W. FAIRCLOUGH. A few more En glish students can be admitted. For terms apply to the subscriber payJ6 .; tf JAMES CADEN- . . R. DARK AH—DENTIST RESPECTFULLyinforms the Ladies and Gentlemen of Alexandria and its vicinity, that he has returned to bis old stand in Mr. Alkio^n’a house on Fairfax street, where he will bfe happy to wait oft them in the line of his profession, june 6 Spermaceti Oil Candles. JUST received from the manufactoi^ of Sam’l Rodman, New-Bedlord 6 tiercesS. S. Sperm, oil 50 boxes sperm, candles for sale by PHINEAS JANNET, Who has ip store 3 cases, containing each* 1 dozen Patent Water-proof Hats, that will be sold low. 7 mo 6 , _3t_, Cash to give for Slaves. THE subscriber, who resides in Alex andria, D. C. wishes to purchase * few likely young NEGROES. male and female> from 10 to 18 years o age. L c r Persons having such property for may find the subscriber living oa Henry st. between King and Prince atria. Alexandria, near Mr. Swan’s planter millf, in Mrs. Nutt’s brick bouse. ^ JOHN 3. iWXCHERSON.