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Vox- XXIIIJ TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1822. LNo 6302. AH Potomac, ** ,,?n for speed and accommodation t0 any olber’ conl,nues t0 >f Alexandria and IV2 W> shinglon. m the city ol Washington at 8 5^ Thursday morning, and A ^cketefJ |t , 9. anel atter landing rtandria3 onvenient places on the ri f and at Old Point Co.ntort, &,oW? Norfolk on Pri<Jay niorn,ns1,1 ■«,,es 1 Southern Stages, and the steam i# lort„biUoiiJ and Petersburg. On leaves Norfolk at 12 ” Alexandria on'I uesdav ^ and proceeds direct to the city of lotuio?'*" rM i. Horses and carriages k ‘ ‘ ***" TV Proprietors of the Steam boat are dfs.rous to grant every ac W*”Lioi ,0 passengers, and have ar < be line of departure and arrival in ,, to admit passengers from '*^nJ and Petersburg to transact bu M^fflk;and those proceed.ng to to transact business at A %£ and Washington without loss of eiaaunaa may 2 Removal. . bl„M MORGAN has removed ,. |ivthe house lately occupied by the ' S. Cone, a lew doors west of the ivhiMton Inn, and directly opposite to f C bllison <V Co's apothecary store ; .bere'he lias fitted up a handsome store, nilbas&ood an assortment ot ladies and jfeotlemen’s 'SHOES § BOOTS, m can be found in the District, or else He has just received a supply ot vured silks, of all colours very stout, and Jeamark Sattios of the very best quality ; ihich with his former stock, will enable urn toeiecute all orders with neatness ispatcb; and on as reasonable terms as »y other in the District. N, B. Alljjjfrders from the country ihokfully received and punctually atten ded to. ~ sept. S1__ 1 r_ Notice rHE co-partnership heretoiore existing uoder the Brill ot' S.65D. REED, 1 this day dissolved by mutual consent.— jpersons having demands against the tie6rm are requested to present them to itber of the concern tor adjustment, and IIthose indebted are called upon to make nmediate payment as no longer indul ence can be given on outstanding ac ounts. SILAS REED, DAVID HEED. _ D. REED, WILL CONTINUE THE , iUxiT ASD SHOEi at the old stand, and will sell as jr*a$any one in tbe'district tor cash on sept 17 ■JlfeDt Ot New York Huts. TH05. L. MARTIN informs his customers that he has just receiv > ed a handsome assort- < New-York Hal?. CONSISTING OV Istqudily BEAVERS imitation do it .au(i ^ncy hats tor children “Juaition to which, be has on hand a ^ral assortment of his own manutac Arsons wanting hats tor their own or to sell again are solicited to give *?U before they purchase. .n«t!2 7t To Kent. /I be subscriber wishes to rent •or one or more years, bis wharf •n«i warehouse* The warehouse ,s^stories high, fire proof, and eve[*convenience for an extensive I ^ wbarf is 110 feet in length, in breadth, and has water of sufii ePtb for the largest vessel®. ^,5 JONAH THOMPSON. m»i To ltent, a*HE !ar»e brick warehouse re ■|*Ij^n,.y occupied by Messis. A. k &W | **• Adams as a grocery, ship ijjj^C'^ndlery, and naiiit store; for i,:ri Orth ■ e"'V . u e recePtionol grain, being im ^tlersio V* *ke 'vkarf» there i “Ts,iuation, ” can be no will be mode nt^T—n. The rent __ f>0sstssi°n given on the 1st o AI.SO, To Kent, A brick dwelling bouse on Hen y» between Prince and Duke-sts I cu‘a,*d for a small family— ^i^diate possession "wilU^b APply to l0fC ?Q WM. FOWLE b Co. .eiuis uml Herrings. wk*te beans »c ku ’ r wr»ii5 v ‘^•eeived an w°’ 1 ,kcr"n£ eo »uu for sa»e by JAMfiS ROBINSON, Lotrr.r tud Prince j K, "Mia Drafts ON New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Richmond, Va. Either at sight, or short dates, can, at all times, be had in sums, to suit purcha S. &. M. ALLEN & Co’s Lottery and Exchange Office, Pennsylvania Aveuues. Who wish to purchase North Carolina j GeorgSaud"3 BANKNOTES Virginia J sep 12_ Burr xVtill-Stoue >lanufacto ry, Alexandria. f Ilhe subscriber wishes to intorsn his cus JL fomecs, and the public in general, that he keeps his shop on Peyton St* between the upper end ot King St* and the stone bridge; where he has on band an elegant assorment ot the very best quality ot French burr blocks, and Burrs read) made first quality warranted equal it nqt supe rior to any made in this country. Liberal Credit will be given to men oi punctuality. ROBERT GLENN. march 14 ___ John Yates, Attorney at Law, OFFERS his professional services to the oublic, and will practice certain ly in Charles county, Md. also, it encou raged, in Montgomery, Prince George’s j and St. Mary’s County, As to promises lor care and attention, (which are usual) he makes none—suffice it to say, reputa tion, success and support greatly depend upon a prompt, honest and consciencious discharge ot duty. Poi Tobacco, Oct. 8,_ Cash to give for Slaves. rT^HE subscriber, who resides in Alex JL andriai D. C. wishes to purchase a few likely young NEGROES. male and female, from 10 to 18 years of age. O^-Persons having such property for sale, may find the subscriber living on Henry st. between King and Princestrts. Alexandria.near Mr. Swan’s plaster mill, n Mrs. Nutt’s brick house. JOHN S. HUTCHERSON, ape 1 lawtf Tobacco and Segals. r|^HE subscriber offers for sale at his to ll bacco and snuff store, at the N, W. corner of King and Washington streets, 35 kegs large and small twist tobacco of a superior quality 100,OOo Spanish segars GO,000 half Spanish do 50,000 common do ALL SORTS OF SNUFF and smoking tobacco, also pipes in boxes. oct 29—7t JOHN GRUBB. To lientf A large three story (fire proof) warehouse and wharf, situated 44 feet south ol Prince street dock ; _the warehouse fronts 34 feet on the wharf, and is 79 feet deep, an alley 20 feet wide communicates from the front to Union-street-—The wharf extends 167 feet east from the front of the warehouse, with sufficient tvater for vessels of the greatest burden to load at ; and in the se verest seasons perfectly secure from ice. Possession may be had immediately. I AMES LAWRASON. nov 9 41 O^rThe National Intelligencer will in sert the above 4 times, and forward their account to this office for settlement. For Sale, THE LAND & HOUSE on Slump Hjll, lately owned by Mr. Nor ton, being about TWENTY ON E ACRES well enclosed; on the lit tle river turnpike road, 2 miles trora Alex* andria. Thegarden containsmany valua ble shrubs, vines, and fruit tree*. The situation is handsome and healthy. Possession may be had immediately* The time of payment will be reasonably extended to suit the purchaser. WM, C RANCH. March II, lawtf. House anil Lot far Stile. I'iHE subscriber offers tor saie, on rea sonable and accommodating terms, w,n , the house and lot in which he lives. The lot contains one acre, I 3 * ... » ; . * * * in lives. 1 ue --» Hi* .ml ,s bounded by Washington, >■Oronoco. and Columbus-stieefs — Those disposed to purchase, can know the terms by calling on me. „ __ EDM. I LEE oct 31 L To Kent, (andpossession given immediately,) The house and garden in the VILLAGE, _____ lately occupied by the subscriber, to whom tor terms apply. UG. J. SMITH. nov 14 I a w 31 Swiss ivfuilins &. Coliarctts, Just Received, 2 Packages ot thr above 2 Boxes thread I nee 3 Trunks ol printed calicoes 12 Bales of Carolina mdse. For sale by A. C. GAZENQVE £ C oct 29 ' B William Fovvle § Co. |'TAVE landing from uloop William, il cap*. M’Lellao, 50 bolts superior quality Russia duck 60 do ravens do 12 hhds retailing molasses Jind for sells on board said sloop, at Central wharf looo bushed Potatoes oct 12_ Hugh Smith §* Co. HAVE received per ships Boston and Arethusa their iali importation, which gives ihem an extensive assorment ol hurthen-ware China Glass. | which ihey offer at reasonable price? anc on their usual terms. Also stone wart well assorted, pipes in boxes, and window glass 8 by lo and lo by 12.__ A CAKi). PT^HE subscriber having obtained licence JL to practice law, he will attend the Courts ot Charles and Prince Georg* Counties, Md. the Alexandria Court ana ] the Superior and Inlerior Courts ot Prince William county, Va. Collections lor suit or otherwise will be promptl) attended lo, ; end conveyancing of every description ex ecuted with accuracy at his office, on the ' 1 east side of Fairfax st. second door south oi Prince street. oct. 22 M. McCLOSKEY. tf Seine Twine, ^e. 6 bhds best Bridport seine twine 1 do sail do 1 bale shoe thread in 2 4* 4 oz balls 3000 bushels coarse and fine salt 2000 wt best green coffee White St. Domingo do Shot assorted sizes Dupont’s Brandywine gunpowder Jin assortment of Groceries, cordage, tar, rosin, &c for sale by " GEO. COLEMAN. Also, «t JSeine, 130 fathoms long, 180 one and a quarter inch meshes, with rope, cork, &c- com* plete. It was made last fishing season, and only used a few days. Apply as a* bove. oct 15 _[[_ Manuels, etc. C. 8? I. P. Thompson BAVE just received per brig Mission ary, from Liverpool, a further sup ply of White, red, green, and yellow flannels Green, blue, brown and red bucking baize Green Drapery ) . Blue and green serges.• sept 28 _ tf William Towle Co. HAVE now landing and for sale 6 pipes brandy,Signetts brand, of su* perior quality. 1 bale broad cloths that cost low and will be sold at a small advance* oct 31___ Cassia. Wine, Whiskey, i^c. SAMUEL MESSEKSMITH has on hand and offers lor sale on accomrao dating terms, 109 Matts Cassia 540 Bis. Baltimore whiskey 4000 lbs- Laguira, Havana, and St- Do mingo coffee 200 kegs English and American white lead, ground in oil 280 Sacks Liverpool fine salt 30 Bbls. No. I Potomac shad 34 packagesgunpowder & imperialftea of the latest importations 12 hhds. and bbls. 1st & 2d quality Muscovado sugar 2 Pipes Holland Gin 2 Hhds 3d proot ABtigua Rum 1 Half pipe 1 qr. cask ( sicilt 15 Hall qr. casks $ WINE. „ 10 Qr casksCanary do* i5 Ditto. Malaga do* 6 Ditto Colmenar do* Sugar-loaf paper and binders boards 10 Cases Sweet Oil in flasks 35 Boxes .Muscatel Raisins 50 Boxes Mould Dipt Candles Boxes and £ boxes, /taker’s No. 1 and Laphams’s No. I, CHOCOLATE, constantly for sale. Baltimore No 1. & 2, & 3 ditto sep 7 __tf Grains & Yeast. (’'I RAINS may be had this day at 4 o JT clock P.M. at the Brewery; and YEAS I on Saturday, and both as hereto fore during the season. „ JAMES ENTWISLE. oct <22 . 3taw4w best Chewing Tobacco* kegs and half kegs manufactured to* bacco, !2s. 8s, and pound twist, Bar clay's brand, warranted superior to any in the District; just received by the sclir.O cean, capt. Creighton, trom Richmond acdft'or sale by JOHN D. BROWN, Agent ALMANACS, FOR 3, Just published and for sale by the Gross, Dozen, or smaller quantity. Also, a large and general assortment of POORS % STATIONARY, wholesale ond retail. _ JOHN A STEWART. New Establishment. China, Glass and Ear thenw are. KOBERT H. MILLER bas'imporled, * per brig Missionary, direct from Liverpool, and is now opening 205 PACKAGES of china, glass and earthenware—compri sing a complete and extensive assortment. Having visited the manufactories and at tended to the selection of the present par cel himself# he confidently recommends his goods to the attention of the public and COUNTRY MERCHANTS in particular, as equal to any ever impor ted, having been purchased firm the first manufacturers of those articles. Knowing the imporiance of having goods . carefully and securely packed, R. II. M. j has taken the piecaution to procure an ex perienced and careful packer from the pottery ; so that those who may tavor him • with their custom can rely upon receiving their ware in good order. He has also received per said brig, in , addition to the usual articles in his line# 1 hive Hogsheads containing 8, 6, 4, 2 and 1 ounce vials, Two Hogsheads containing Bronze, French, pillar lamps, parlor, chamber and hall lamps, one c^sk plated cruet frames, 100 boxes pipes 3 and 4 gross each, and 3 Hogsheads Crucibles, assorted sizes, all of which is offered for cale upon the usual credit, or a liberal dis count allowed for cash. Orders by mail or otherwise, thankfully received and faithfully attended tt). 10 mo 8 • 6w FALL GOODS. JOSEPH .7ANNEY has imported by (he ship Boston, just arrived irom Li * verpool, a general assortment of Fall Gooas; which are offered for sale, 9th mo 19 tf Cognac Brandy and Java Cofl'ee. NOW landing from the brig ANN 5 pipes Cognac brandy, Seignette’s brand, ol superior quality, warranted pure 10 bags Java coffee, for sale by SAM’L MESSERSSAJITH. oct 1 tf B lashings, Blankets, etc. Braden, Morgan £5 Co. HAVE imported in the ship William Thompson via New-York, 6-4 drab, olive and blue Flushings Devonshire Kerseys BY THE BhIG MISSIONARY. 7-4, 8-4, 9-4. 10-4, 4* 11-4 Hose ban kets. 2$, 3 & 3h point do. Bristol Duffie do. By the next arrival they expect a fur ther supply of Flannels and Welch plains. 9 mo 28 Domestic Goods, LANDING from sloop Olive Branch Irom Providence 67 Packages domestic goods consisting of 24 cases & hales plaid stripes <5* ebam brays 3 cases saltinets , 2 do bleached shirtings 2 bales bleached sheetings 2 do brown do 11 do brown shirting 2 do 4 4 furniture gingham 1 do 3 4 check 20 do linsey Received per schooher President, from Richmond, 20 kegs manufactured tobac co, of brown’s superior brand; and lor sale by A C. CAZENOVE & CO. sep 26 _ ~A. G. CAZENOVE e^CoT HAVE receivec^by the ship Boston,from Liverpool, an excellent assortment of BRITISH FALL GOODS, which are tor sale on the most reasonable terms—with a large s*ock of J meric an, India, and Euro peun Dry Goods, BY THE PACKAGE Oil PIECE. ALSO, Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine Holland and American gin Jamaica and N. E. Hum Whiskey, some very old Havana and St Croix sugar 1st and 2d quality loaf do Bordeaux oil, Dupont’s gunpowder Cut nails and brads, 3 to 40d Swedes iron, hoop do- all sizes'" Baltimore window glass Spermaceti and mould candles American and Windsor soap Hyson, young hyson and gunpowder tea Prime Alabama cotton Demijohns of cordial Manufactured tobacco Spanish segars, &c. fcc. aug 31 tf Spanish Segars £5 lVand Box Boards. JOHN H. LADD & Co. have received and offer tor sale, 15 boxes ) Spanish Segars of superior 10 halt boxes ( quality 2000 lbs band box boards, oct 5 job TWlwtijvu NEATLY EXECUTED AT TBI* OFFICE. JAMES S GP2NNELL, M. ». Dentist, Respectfully offers bis services as a Dentist to the citizens and visi* tors of the District ot Columbia. REFERENCES. Washington. Georgetown. Dr. Sim, Dr. C, Worthington, P. Warfield, Henderson, N.W-Worthington Bohrer, Magrudef, F. Mar, Culbush, Huntt, Bewail, Washington, Watkins, Alexandria. Dr. Semmes Dr. Washington, Richards. Fitzhugh, Peake, * Stabler, Gen. John Mason Richard B. Lee, Esq. Col. A. Henderson, Geo. Graham, Esq. Rev, Dr. A Hunter, and Dr. Dick. Office on the Pennsylvania avenue, the third door west of 12th street, or two doors above Mr Duport’s Snuff Store. Washington City, oct 9^ a wtf Land to Rent, ri^HE subscriber wishing to live ** less X irksome life, by relieving himself of some ot histemporal cares, is desirous to farm out, or let on rent for one or more years, the - PLANTATION, or Farm, on which be now resides, either with or without the Stock and hands, as may be desirable—To a good and carelul tenant the terms vvould be advantageous. Or with a view to effect the same ob ject, would engage as a Manager or Over* seer, a steady industrious man of sober habits, capable of taking the entiie direc tion and management ot lus agricultural concern?. Persons wishing to engage in either way, will please to make applica tion to the Subscriber, (Charles County Maryland) about five mile9 below Piscata W3y‘ - PHILIP 1. FORD. To farmers and Hunters. I Will furnish young Fruit 1 rees on moderate terms to suth as may wish to improve their farms in this way. * Apples, Fetiches, Fears ,Flumb9 Apricots, and a variety of shrubf.ry, from the Nur sery of DANIEL SMllH, near Burling* ion, Aew-Jersey, In a climate like t urs, these delicious fruits n ay be had in abun dance at a small expence, by every burner w ho tcels disposed to bestow a portion of his time and labour in their cultivation — A catalogue of the trees may be hao at my store, near tbe corner of King and Royal streets, where orders will be received and forwarded. GEORGE DRJNKL*?, Jlgent for Daniel Smith* | 9 mo 21_tf . Notice. THE subscriber informs bis old custom ers and other?, that he has finished his work on the Maryland side and return ed home; and is now ready to undertake work in his line of business on accommo dating terms. I have a fefv hundred lights Window Sash, S by 10, made ot good materials to fit different si ^ed windows; also, «omegood Funnel Boors. Apply to WM. STEWART, Wolf st. near the Prcsbyierean Church, oct 29 if A Card. THE widow of the late ZaCiiariajt Ward, will continue to entertain 1 ra Tellers at her residence called the COT TA G E, two miles south ot Occcquan Noexer tions on her part, will be withheld to give satisfaction to those who may, favor her with their custom oct 22 tf __——-- ^ Bolting Cloths. ONATHAN 3ANNEY, has for sale an assortment ol Bolling Cloths of Superior Quality. All orders from Miller? or others will be particularly attended to. Also. A constant supply of Ground Plaster, for sale by the ton, barrel oi bushel, at a very reduced price. fr^yCash given for empty barrels. 9 mo 29 °swtf Oysters, otc. <S.c. rt HE subscriber, thankful tor past fa J vors, respectfully informs bis friends and the public, that be still continues his establishment on King*st. nearly opposite the Washington Tavern, where they ca» be supplied as usual with Good Liquors, and during the season with Oysters 65 other Refreshments, which he pledges himsell shall be as good as the town can afford, and cn the n.os reasonable terms. R. SAh'DS. N B. Private families can be supplied with oysters by the pint, quart, or larger quantity. oct 17 Parmazan Cheese, fcegars, £$c. fyc. /~v/"V bbls. apple brandy, 10 boxci I real Havana Segars 2 boxes Par ^ vr mnzan cheese, 5 bbls Pecan nuts just received per the Sloop Charles & William, and tor sale by SAW. MKSSER6MITH. I IQ tf n»t IS