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* ’yji 4& % -■ ' .-V'i " nn **s=s====~7uBUSTMB OXTUESDBY, THURSDAY JJVf? SJi'niRDM—BY S. SNOWDEN, ROYJlL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. *-- ” " ~ THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1822. [No 6318 VnL. AA1UI --------------- — ■■--— - 1 ’rThs, Slices itiul Hats. JrH p received by the orig Cypher J^JTavo fine shoes, .veil oi, liateti lbe reason; made pathcu ca.C ov order (warranted good). Cxen imitation beaver hats* so ne very ? s. ooy's do do, men's and boy s ^e 'i"tfiae wool do. Also a few cases *%we Bonnets (Cheap.) Likewise* 1 case of Superior Leghorn Bonnets . importations, All the above ar 0, sold wholesale or retail on 2^ terms. TRUE & HARMON dec 3_ ___ Removal. **TILLl AM MORGAN has removed VV to the house lately (..“cupied by the < Cone a tew doors west ot the jfaton Ion, and directly opposite to ir c Ullison <$r Co s apothecary store ; wherebe has fitted up a handsome store, 11.5 -ood an assortment ot ladies and H'flioES $ BOOTS, ,, ,a„ be found in the District, or else JL*. He has just received a supply ot wared silks, ot all colours very stout, and Lnark Sattms of the very best quality ; ■hich with bis former stock, will ena le L loejecute all orders with neatness Sr dispatch; and on as reasonable terms as any other in the District. - V. B. All orders from the country thankfully received and punctually atten ded to. .r sept. 1 U — hTtsI J.H.RUmELLStrCo HAVE just received several cases of Elastic Water Proof ft VTS. titb uncommon long naot ; supeiior to anr ever offered in this town. DOV 16 _fa To Rent. The subscriber wishes to rent for one more years, his whari !!»■ a°d war^hause* The warehouse l illi is 3 stories high, fire proof, and having everv convenience for an extensive business, f he wharf is 1U) feet in length, and 40 in breadth, and has wafer ot suffi cient depth tor the largest vessels. JONAH THOMPSON, aug lb H To Rent, ^ THE large brick warehouse re jMiwcently occupied by Messis. A. k 3**9 A* H. Adams as a grocery, ship 2'Jtalchandlcry, and paint store; tor which, or tbe reception ot grain, being im ffiptflalelv on the wharf, there can he no belter situation. The rent will be mode rate, and possession given on the 1st ot October, ALSO, To Rent, 1,^ A brick dwelling house on Hen' ljfljry. between Prince and Duke-sts. !&] calculated for a small family— •JLilmmediate possession will be given. Apply to WM. FOWLE 4-Co. _ aug 20_ For Sale, THE LAND k HOUSE on Stump Hill, lately owned by Mr. Nor ton, being about TWENTY ONE , ——i ACRES well enclosed; on the lit* deriyer turnpike road, 2 miles from Alex* ^ina. The garden contains many valua .e shrubs, vines, and fruit tree-. The Ration is handsome and healthy. Possess ion may be had immediately*— ^ time of payment will be reasonably tended to suit the purchaser. u WM.CRANCH. ^UrcblL lawtf. To lient. THE subscriber will rent his Store, on Vowell’s wharf to a suit able person or persons, who wot i purchase his Stock in Trndc. . 'sntis will be liberal—be will use his (h U?nce!° retain bi« former customers— ^ ^'tuation is a good one either for a Uo‘esale or retail and commission store, E, CORNING. __dec 12 tf District of Columbia, Wlt CowTitv of Alexandria. ILL!AM SMI TH has applied to ri; ,t *he Honourable William Cranch, of the United- S’ates’ Circuit <j1Sc.r ot the District ot Columbia to be actIrom imprisonment, under the io ti r ^ rehef of insolvent debtor* with Jj a"j Oistiiet of Columbia, on the first j\] yj ot January next, at 9 o’clock, A. *liei ^our^ House in Alexandria, «d i? and "here his creditors are reques , * at!ea <*. EDM. 1. LEE, C. C. ^ 3taw2 Notice. Ba$ of Ike Valley in Virginia ) Tup'-wcWer, JVoi>. 26. 18??. ( J4 annual meeting ot the Stnckhold ^hfU °,r Election of Directors, will ^nuart»a ^an^ on Mondav the 6th of \L _ 5 — ■ -mm ■ — tiat Manufactory. f fflHE subscribers begf leave to inform ' A tiieir friends and the public in gener al, that thejr h ive commenced tue Halting Business in all its various branches, an 1 have like wise the pleasure to mtormthem it will be under the immediate supenntvndance of their father, Mr. John Johnston with whose merits in the above business, the public are well acquainted, having carried it on in this town tor many years; they, there fore solicit the patronage ot his former frieud3 and customers, their FACTORY is on Fairfax-street^ next door to Dr. Wm. Harper, and opposite to Messrs. 1J. Hampson Son, where we hope to give general satistaction to ait woo may favor us with their custom. In addition to our own, we shall constant ly keep an assortment ot Ntxv Yovlc Philadelphia i Having made arrangements with the best factories in the above places, to lurnisn us i with the latest ta-hions, monthly. JAMES JOHNSTON, WILLIAM JOHNSTON. N. B. Country wafers can be supplied with ail kind ot trimmings, otc, at th3 New York and Philadelphia prices nov 26 tl A~CAt4lI f |^HE subscriber having obtained licence A to practice law, be will attend the Courts ot Charts and Prince George Counties, Md. the Alexandria Court and the superior and Inferior Courtsol Prince William county, Va. Collections tor suit or otherwise will be promptly attended to, end conveyancing of every description ex ecuted with accuracy at his office, on the east side of Faitlax st. second door south of Prince street. M. McCLOSkEY. oct. 22 tf ______ Notice. THE subscriW having obtained Let- I ters ot Administration, with the will j annexed on the Estate ot Zachariah Ward, deceased, requests all those who have I cla.ms against the said Estate, to present j them properly authenticated ; and those indebted are requested to make payment to ANNA WARD, Jldmr'x with the will annexed oj Zach. Hard, dec. nov 9 _ __*1 New Goods. *11 HE subscribers have just received a J. compje assortment ot tancy goods on consignment, which "ill be sold at the lowest cash prices, with a general assort* ment of gentlemens’ first qua’ity B E A V E R • HA TS, do\2ddodo, castor do do, do irritation do do, do black and white wool do do. fur and chtncilla caps, children's morocco do, 1 trunk o! ladies’ prunella slippers will be so'd at the invoice prices to close sale ; 1 trunk of gentlemen’s calf skin boots at 3i dollars per pair ; they also have a gene ral assortment ot shoes which are suitable for theteetson, and will be sold cheap, tor toise and mock shell combs consis ng of every kind, also ivory combs; dressing ca ses, ladies’ & gentlemen’s beaver and kid gloves, cloth, hair, hearth and tooth brush es, pocket books, with an assoitunent ot Looking Glasses; , - 2 elegant fowling pieces, one double bar* ! re! , Windsor and transparent soap, co ral and other beads, kc. kc.. Pleas? apply at the new Commission Hat and Shoe Store of J. H. RUN NELLS &Co nov 16 King'Street. Bolting Cloths. JONATHAN JANNEY, has for sale Bolting Cloths of Superior Quality: All orders from Miller* or others will be particularly attended tc. Also, A constant supply of Ground Plaster, for sale by the ton, barrel ot bushel, at a I very reduced price. fr$-Cashgiven for empty barrels. 9 mo 2awtf Columbian Inn, 1HAVE taken my former stand, the houses of Gov. Sprigg, on Bridge and High 3freets, next door to the old Bank of Columbia, (late Indian Office,) and the Druggist Shop of Doct John Litle ; where Citizens and travellers who may please give me a call, wi II be served with the best the town affords, and at charges reduced to suit the times—I will also take a few more hoarders. JOSEPH SEMMES. Georgetown, nov 19 3taw1m Furs and Trimmings. IfcHAVE just received and for salfc a sm lliassortment of Hatters' Furs & Trimmings, consisting of Russia hare nuter, coony red wool, cammel hair, * uskrat, linings, bindings, bow-strings, kc. kc. GEO, DRINKER. 12i»o ? St VVm. Fowle & Co. AVE on hand and offer tor sale 25 tons Russia and Genoa hemp 250 pieces Russia sheetings 120 do Russia duck 100 do Ravens duck 1 case sattinetls 1 do black & blue cloth 150 bags coffee 75 do pepper. 5 bales Russia quills 10 do do teat hers 20 casks Russia tallow 120 boxes mould candles 96 do dipt do 35 hbds St. Croix sugars, 1st quality 15 bags India do Pipes, 4 pipes, 3 cask?, 1 Madeira, Sicily and >VVINE. Teneriffe 3 8 puncheons old Jamaica rum 10 do Antigua do 6 pipes sup. quality Cognac brandy 9 do 2d do do 10 pipes Holland gin 390 casks nails, assorted sizes Cabana sugars in whole and half boxes, ol very superior quality, ,12 casks rice 144 barrels No 2 4 36 do No 1 >BEEF. 8 do mess 3 150 coils cordage 10,000 bushels coarse SALT. ^ nov 23 __ tf_ Sugar, CoflVe, Wine, etc. John II. Ladd & Co. OFFER for sale, hlicfs. 1st, 2d, and 3d quality Muscovado sugars Boxes of Hava.a clayed sugar Bags Hav’a.given & St Domingo coffee Hbds W.L rum 2 years old Pipes Cognac and Marseilles brandy Bbls New York prime beef Boxes whitest marbelled castile soap Dozen sweet oil Bales of cotton Transparent and Windsor soap Yellow soap, nroul 1 candles Plaster, hops, cassia red ochre Stone and glass ware Old LP Madeira wine in pipes, 4 pipes quarter and hall quarter casks Old Port, Pico, ] Madeira, Sicily Madeira, I Teneriffe, [ WINE, P ±;,Hiv y’ ^ ,Ni> burgundy, pASFS Mamisey, Claret b AoLo. Muscat, and !> Courant ^ J. H. LADD &. Co. Being agents tor the several manufacto ries; are regularly supplied with an assort ment ot CUT NAILS b BRADS from 3d to 2Ud. Writing, printing, and sugar loaf paper ; binders’ ar.d band box boards. A great variety ot boots, shoes and hats— Straw cutting machines, and Fieeboorn’s patent ploughs of assorted sizes, with ex tra shares, oct 24 tt Hemp, Duck, 6c Cordage. 6 Tons Russia hemp 60 Bolts do duck 30 Do. Ravens do * 2 'Poos cordage Landing from schooner" Penguin, and for sale by Wm FOVYLE& Co. St. Domingo Coflee, &c. ^ Begs 3t. Domingo coftee.of su h% J periorquality just-received per ^JF % sloop Regulator &. brig Colum ! bus, trom Port-au-Prince, and for sale by SAM* MESi>ERSMI FH, IVho. hors instore, 100 bbls, Baltimore whiskey 2,5 do apple brandy 100 inatts cassia 70 sacks blown salt . < 23 half chests imp. b gunpowder tea 75 ten catty boxes do do 9 boxes each cont’g 20 two lb canis* ' ter* do... * 10 hhds muscovado sugar 1200 lb Laguira green coffee 1500 St, Domingo do do 40 Bundles sugar loaf paper Sicily Madeira,Colminar / WjNE Malaga and Canary $ Cognac brandy, Holland gin Antigua rum Pecan nuts, superior Havana sesrara Hampers of porter and wine bottle3 Sweet oil in flasks Mould candles—-low to close sales Baker’s chocolate, No, 1 h 2 Baltimore do No. I, 2 & 3 Muscatel raisins Goshen cheese, dec 5 ff Just Received, PER schooner Albee, and tor sale, 10 hhds molasses 10 barrels tanners oil 1 bale ravens duck 2 cask Scarborough cheese WM. GOODELL & Co. Corner of Prince and Union streets. ALSO, FOR SALE, AS A30VE Potatoes, onions, cheese, beets, cider3 1 and a general assortment ot GROCERIES. nov 12 R A Card. THE widow of the late Zachariah Ward, will continue to entertain I ra veliers at her residence called the COTTAGE, ! two miles south of Occoquan. Noexer ! tions on her part, will be withheld to give .satisfaction to those who ruay^favor her 1 with their custom' j I oct n (f Valuable Karin aj-^. FOR SALE. ■*»*: The well known (arm ol,iL.jVii ROCK HILL, in Fauquier covnly; coniaming upwards of 412 Mh*S, about 90 acres in wood. The improve ments a spacious dwelling house olhewn stone ; a large convenif.ni building lor kitchen and servant’s use; a tarn, cattle shed, and store, w here good business has been done, all built ol stone, two frame buildings lor a corn house and stable, w ilb sundry other buildings of wood; a large orchard, well stocked, and a good garden A considerable part ol this farm is under good stone fencing and the whole may be so inclosed—T wo merchant mills are near to it. T his farm i* said to be equal to any in the country. One fourth ol the pur chase money being paid down, liberal time will be given on the residue in an nual payments. for terms apply to the subscribers in Alexandr a, or to Inman Horer, Esq. Warrenton, Fauauierco. Ya. MAlNDEViLLE k LAKMOUR. X.B* 11 not sold by private contract be fore the 3d of Feb* next, it will then be offered at public sale. Possession canbo had immediately. dec IPlaw Town of Brentsville. f pHE trustees appointed by the act of JL Assemby of Viigima, will ofter for sale, on the premises, on the first Monday in January next., The Lois ol the said town, which has been recently laid out around the court house ol the county ol Prince William. T he follow ing are the terms ol sale, viz : One fourth of the puicbase money to be paid in hand; and the residue to be payable in two equal annual instalments, lor which bond* wiih approved securities, will be required. By order of the trustees of the said town. JOHN MACRAE, Secretary. dec 12 _ts John Yates, Attorney at Law, OFFERS his professional services to the public, and will practice certain ly in Charles county, Md. also, it encou- ‘ raged, in Montgomery, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s County, As to promises for 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 conscientious j discharge ol duty. Port Tobacco, Oct. 8. Orphans Court, Alexandria Caunty 7 J)ec. Term, 1822,^ ORDERED, That the executors of Thomas Milburn, deceased, do give the usual notice to debtors and creditors once a week for three weeks, in the A exlandiia Grzette and Alexandria Ile» raid. A copy—Test, . A. MOORE, Rog. Wills, This is to give notice, that the sub scribers of Alexandria county,in the District of Columbia,have obtained from the orphans court of said county, let ters testamentary, on the estate of Tho mas Milburn, late of the county afore said, deceased. All persons having claims against the estate of said dece dent, are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscribers on or before the 7th day of June, 1823, or they may by law, be ex cluded from all benefit of said estate, and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this 10th day of December, 1822, GEORGE MILBURN, JOSEPH DODDS, ExecTs of Thos. Milburn, dec, dec 10 . Iaw3w LITTLE RIVER TURNPIKE COMP’Y Notice. THE Slockholkers in this institution, will hold their annnua! meeting af ClcigeU’s Hotel3 in the town of Alexandria, on the 10th day ! of January, 1323, at which meeting an ELECTION will take place for a Presi dent, four Directors and a Treasurer. On the following day the Superintendant ot the Road and Collectors ot Toils, at all 1 the gates will be appointed* - JONAH THOMPSON, Treas’r, ; dec 7 law 10J (kj-’The Leesbuig Washingtonian and Winchester Gazette, will insert the above once a week untill the 10th January 1823 Cassimcro Shawls. JUST received pe? ship Ulysses, from Liverpool, an elegant assortment ol 8-4 Cassimere stiawjs.. C. a L P, THOMPSON Grocery and Feed Store. W , 7^HE subscriber begs leave respectfully to acquaint bis friefcds and the pub lic in general, that he continues to occupy the store at the corner ol King and Wash ington streets, lately occupied by Mr. Jas. A11 i3on, where he intends keeping a ge neral assortment ot Groceries. Worse Feed, and eDcry article appertaining io his line oj business, and respectfully solicit'? a share of their patronage. WILLIAM EVANS jdqy 19 fC Marshal’s Sale. yifgiisiaT At a Superior Court of Chance ry 1 eld in the town ol Fredericksburg, on ihe 8th day ot May, 1822. Robert Beverly, - - Plaintiff* . AGAINST . William Fitzbugh and Samuel Fitzhugb, Lef.vndants. lHIScause can e or* to be heard on tho $ bill and exhibits, and the repu l of \aluers made pursuant to the order cl be 5th day ot October, 1821 : On cui'ider ation whereof the Court doth aojur.ge, order and decree, that the plaint,ft re* cover oi the defendant Willian I- .iz.i ngto Dine hundred collar?, with iourest there* on, at tbe rate ol six per centum per an num, Irorn ihe £&ih day oi Becunber* 1817, until paid, and the costs « speeded by the plaintiff in the fiosecution ot this suit ; and that tl;e Marshal ol this Court, alter having given three v.Ctl> nUire by adveitisen eht.published ir?cnr« news paper \ rinted in the town of Afexancna. . do expose to sale, 1 y public ai ( icr,. for ready money, the lar ds ai d prer: ises in the bill mentioned, which wtre* cc:i vejed to WilliamFilzhugh b) Sanutl 1 itzhugb and Ki!an his w ile ; by cmg t eaiing cato on the 4lb day oi October. 1817. at t ad mitted to record in the County C< u» ot Prince V* jiiiam on the 4th day of .August, 1818. and out of the money ar.'sin* oiir tire said sale, after defraying the expence# attending the same, pay to ihe ph>irififF the said principal money, interest . nd costs? and the suiplus U ihe pioceeds of sale, it any, retain in his hand*, -ubject to the future order of the Court brim — And liberty is reserved to tl»e absent de fendant William Fitzhugh, to appear in Court and petition to have this cause re heard at any time within twelve months after be shall have appeared openly within this commonwealth and been served with a copy of this deciee or at any time w ilh* in seven years irom the date hereof, if he shall not appear as aforesaid within this commouw ealth and be scivedwi’ha co py ot this decree. But this decree is sus« pended until the plaintiff, or son e om tor bun, shall bave filed in this court, or in Uife Clerks Office thereof, bond with good security to 'he said absent defendant, m the penalty ot foni thousand nine bun : td and seventy dollar®, w ith ccndilb.n to per** form the future orders and decrees : I the Court in this behalf. P'a.n'ift s Costs 8^ doii9. 58 cents, (A cop^ ) Teste, • J T. FORD, c c. nond with security has bent ty.ed m ury Office, agreeably to the uoova order J. T. FORD, c c. U r lisnaiit to tJie forego ing decree, I shall on the 7th day ol Jan uary next, belore the front door <>1 the | Tavern now kept by Geoige Williams. It: i the town of Dnu fries and county ol Pms cc I William.expose to sale by i L FLIC ALC TION to the highest bidder, tor ie«dy money, two tracts or paictls of land.lying & being in the said county;-the one cailtvi Jiaylor's Tract, containing 250 acies; and (lie other called Whitley's Tract, containing 275 acres, adjoining each othe^ on Powell s Creek and Potomac fixer ; which said lands were the estate of G» n. Smallwood^late ol Charles county (Md ' deceased, at the time of his death} and were convoked to the said bcuuei Fi z j hugb, by the representatives ol tbe said Gen. Wm- Smallwood W M. M. CRAItb Deputy of. JOHN STAN ARD, 51- F.C . D. der^ 7 . •_i_3w^ Public Stile. PURSUANT to a Deed of trust, 'icm the Trustees of the Alexandria A- d emy, for the purposes therein mentioned, the subscriber will proceed fusel! at pub lic auction on the premises, at 12o’c!ock. on the second day ol January next, a lot or halt acre ol ground, ai the inter.erh* n of Washington and Wolf streets: extend ing on Washington street 17G teet 7 ins ci.es; and on W oil street 123 feet 5 in ches. Terms 100 dollars in hard, and ti e balance of the purchase money, in out and two years, with int* rst from dale. JONAH THOMPSON Trustee, nov 23 3tawt9 £alt rCtre. KEGS Baltimore refined Salt Petre, just received tor sale low, by JOHN JAN NET & SON. 11 mo 2 Buit Mill-Stone M imufacuf* ry, A eccamlria. rj Hje subscriber wishes to inform his cus* J. Comers, and the public in general, that he keeps his shop on Peyton St. between the upper end of King St* and the stone bridge; where he has on hand an elegant assormcnt ol the very best qua!*ty of French burrblocks, and Burrs read} made first quality, warranted equal it not supe rior to any n*ade in this country. Liberal Credit will be given to men o* punctuality. ROBERT GLENN. march !4 Boarders V anted.. MR. SHIELDS will ac.on.moda»e a few GENTEEL BOARDER? on reasonable terms. Apply at Lit residency on Royal street. ■I Vr CORN plrciwed by J. H. Ladd Co.