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WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1326.
Captain Wiley, of the brig Nassau, arrived ai New-York, on Saturday, in nine days from Ha vana, informs the editor of the Evening Post, that an embargo was to be laid, on the 16th of February, on all vessels in the port of Havana; but does not know what cause was assigned for this measure. The Philadelphia papers of Monday last,fur nish an almost irresistable argument in favor of the proposed Breakwater in >he Delaware Bay. We allude to a dreadful shipwreck; which took place on the morning of the 20th inst. within the Capes of the Delaware. The brig Fox, Captain Crawford, hound to Philadelphia, was totally lost—and 13,out of a crew ol 18, perish ed in sight of land. If it can be shew n that a Breakwater would avert the recurrence oi such melancholy terminations of adventurous voya ges, the legislator who would withhold his sanction, could never be brought ‘*to feel ano thers woe.” Mr. Halliard’s Funeral took place yesterday morning at the appointed hour and was attend ed by the President of the U. States, the Su preme Court, both Houses of Congress, sever al of the Heads of Departments, Foreign Min isters, See. No business was afterwards trans acted in Congress, or in the Supreme Court The follow ing was the ORDER OF PROCESSION. For the Funeral of the Honorable John Gail lahd, Senator of .hr United States from the State ol South Carolina. At 11 o’clock the funeral moved from the Senate Chamber to the place of interment, in the follow ing order: The Chaplains of both Houses. Physicians who attended the deceased. Committee of Arrangements— \ MR. HOLMES Mr BFRRIKN, RUGGLES, Mr. VAN DYKE, FINDLAY, Fall Bearers— Mr MACON, SMITH, LLOYD, Mr. uiL ivtuow.N, CHANDLER, HARRISON. Relatives of the uecnased, ami the senator and , Representatives from the State of South Carolina, as mourners. The President of the United States. The Sergeant-at-Arras of the Senate of the United States. The Senate of the United States, preceded by the Vice President and Secretary. The Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Repre sentatives. The House of Representatives, preceded by their Speaker and Clerk. The Supreme Court and Bar. Heads of Departments. Foreign Ministeis. Citiztnsand Strangers. From the Fationa/ Journal. Brown's Hotkl, Feb. 27, 1826. Mr. Editor: Sir: We are instructed by the Creek Dele gation to say, that as the public prints have published a letter of theirs to the Executive, without their signature, and only inserted as below, "Sinned ho the Hostile Delegation” that they disa'ow any feelings of the kind to the United Slates, which may he infe ; d from it, by those unacquainted with their real character. If individuals or nations, in nursuit of justice, in a legal way, can be called “hostile,’* they then acknowledge that they are, and further say, that they are in fact hostile to the base treats. They remind all those who are deter " mined to oppress them, and tranvde their rights under foot to sustain their prevarica tions with a little shadow of plausibility and of proof, if they have it in their power. JOHN RIDGE, DAVID V \\ N. Secretaries to the Creek Delegation Brittle of Waterloo — 1 he picture ol this bat tle, now exhibiting at the Washington Assem bl\ Rooms, is as fine a specimen ol' » scene of a field of bailie, as has ever been exhibited in this country. The writer of this article, who has had ihe advantage of seeing the great pic tures of the battles of Alexander, by Le Ui un, in the Louvre at Paris ; and that of Constan tine, with Maxantius, by Julio Romano, in the Vatican Palace ai Rome, can still look at the present picture with admiration and pleasure The conflict between the Cuirassiers and Life Guards, offers masterly grouping; many of the horses are admirably represented and the whole is painted with great force and skilful ma nagement of light and shade, producing a rich and brilliant effect. [An/. Intel. Mr. Samuel A Ruddock has arrived here from New York, with his great manuscript Maps of North and South America. He is, at present, exhibiting them to the Members of Congress, in the Library of Congress. He has been many years travelling round the conti nent for the purpose of making astronomical observations, so as to correct the latitude and longitude of many thousand places on the con tinent and its coast. He brings recommenda tions from Gov. Clinton, Gen. J. G. Swift, Maj. S. Cooper,Dr. S. L. Mitchell, and several other respectable gentlemen of N York. We un v derstand he has petitioned Congress for some assistance in publishing those Maps, which are said t® be more correct delineations of the coast and interior of the country, than any before made public to the world. Aem Mode of Courting—At the Lehigh coun ty (Pennsylvania) sessions on the lstinst. Dan iel Klein, was indicted for an assault and bat-1 tery upon Maria Rau. The prisoner appeared J to be a Swiss or Frenchman, aged about 40, and was six feet in height. Mr hen asked by the court what he had to say in extenuation of his^conduct, he in broken English told a long 6c rather curious tale. He stated that he had not come into this wooden country for land or mo ney, but to get himself a wife. He had resolved when 12 years of age, that no minister should ever tnarry him, but that the ceremony should be performed in open court before all the peo ple. He had been all over Europe, and the United States, and never before he saw Miss Rau, met with a lady that in every point of view, he liked so well as he did her, and he was resolved to marry her. He was at work in a distillery for Mr Keyser, and had just been showing a Dutchman how to make yeast, when on going home, he entered the house just at the moment when Miss Maria was stooping down with her back towards him, when he stepped up and struck her with his fist, and so enraged her as to bring him to court, that he might then carry his long conceived plan into execution, to make the matter up with her by marrying her. He had already been in prison four months. Miss Maria did not seem to relish the pros pect of matrimonial life with such a partner, and such exhibitions of tokens of his affection. The court after giving him a suitable repii mand, ordered him to be imprisoned for 60 days, pay the cost, See. and stand committed.— When the sentence was pronounced upon him, he made alow bow to the court and said: “Gen tlemen Judges, I honor your judgment.” Broomcorn is raised in Morris county, N. J. in large quantities, and 500,000 coni brooms are annually made, which when sold at S5 per hundred, yield a clear profit on the labor be stowed, of S25 per acre, to those who are thus employed. Forty bushels of seed, is the ave rage produce of an acre which equals oats in value, as an article of food for cattle or horses. [Belridere Jlpollo. --- We wve authorized to an nounce Natiuxiei.Tti.ih, Ksq. as a candidate for the suffrages of the Freeholders of the County of Fairfax, to represent them in the next Legislature of Virginia. _B1H3SP mw§. \\)vi ut* Alexandria. Schr Man- Eleanor, Curtis, of and for this port was left at St. Thomas 16th ult. to sail in 8 days. Fov Roston, The Schooner SOPHRONTJ1, jJjffe Rich, master; she will take some light freight dF&li and about 100 barrels on deck, if offered iin mediately—Apply to mar 1 S. UESSERSMITH ll'ibetuVau \e y A STATED quarterly meeting of the Society will be i\held at tne Town Hall on Monday ei'eninn; 6th inti. at 7 o’clock. JAMES C. BARRY, Sec’y. march 1 5t Rowan Kulglvts, &c. ROMAN’ KVlti ITS; «»• the Tomb of the Scipios— In- Alessandro Vent, translated from the Italian by a lady; 2 vols with plates, $2 25. The Contributions of Q Q. to a neriodiral work, with some pieces not before published, by the late Jane Taylor; 2 vols, $2 00. •’he Public Journals have spoken in the highest i terms of praise of the above productions. A Conspectus of the Pharmacopeias of the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin < olleges of Physicians, being a practical compendium of Mt-teria Medica& Pharmacy, bv \nthony Todd Ihompson—Fifth American edition, improved bv the additions of the U. S. Pharmacopeia, .Magendie’s Formulary, etc. bound ill morocco, with tuck, for the pocket, 1 75. Just published and on sale by PISI1EY THOMPSON Washington, .March 1 E \RLY >PRING SUPPLY. R’OBElt 1’ II„ MH.I.I.R his just received from Liver pool, per ship Shenandoah, V vv.U's & Hogsheads ol* VhavvUp uwave aud I'Vuni, being part «*f his spring supply—among which are Iron stone China table services Rlue printed (I iv< rpool) do Ch.na pitcher* and tea-setts, richly gilt Do tea-setts gold edge anti view of Mount Vernon Do do plain, with do and common patterns Which, with the usual articles in his line, such as edged plates and dish* *, enamelled and printed bowls, 8tc. 8tc. a further supply of ljifayelle Ware, makes his asort ment very handsome. no iir.s also lately received a superior assortment of \lu*\\ Cut G\v\as, \Vz*. Globe decanters, quarts and pints in setts; tumblers and wines to match; salt cellasr, rell'-ry jjlascs, &c.—All of which are offer ed at moderate prices and upon liberal terms, wholesale and retail. Ij- i ne iinmtH 01 Liocnv, n arrc nun in cheater Republican, and Woodstock Herald, will please insert the above for two weeks, and forward their ac counts to R. H. M. mar 1 tf JoArson's AUAious Vuw t\er' THIS medicine is not offered to the Public, as an uni vernal Panacea, but as a cathartic admirably adapt ed to the removal of bile, 8tc being fully equal in this respect to calomel, and superior to any other purgative in use. It is peculiarly adapted to bilious and inflammatory diseases; may be used in all cases \* here this class of remedies is admissible; may be repeated as often as such medicines are necessary, w ith perfect safety—does not nauseate unless the stomach is loaded with bile; and does not require the patient to confine himself to any particular rules, during its operation Those persons whose constitutions have been injured bvan improper use of mercury, or are morbidly suscepti ble of its influence, w ill find it the best known substi tute (as a cathartic) forcalomc'l. It is believed to be a preventive of the bilious com plaints of our climate, if one dose [mure if rfecessary] be taken occasionally, or as soon asgeneral feel ngs of indisposition, attended with bitter taste in the mouth, furred tongue, &c. announce the approach of disease It will be found a valuable febrifuge and aperient me dicine in small doses. It contains no mercury, and may be safely adminster ed to pregnant w omen, or children. Having been tested bj many years' experience, and found to possess all the qualities ascribed to it, in an e minent degree, the proprietor has no hesitation what ever, in recommending it to public notice; believing that those w ho place confidence in his assertion will not be ilisappointed. (£r*A liberal discount made to those who purchase to sell again. •,’Orders post paid, will be promptly attended to Prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by the pro prietor, Dr- James Cooke, Druggist, Fredericksburg Fa. Sold also by • EDWAR1 "TA1H.KU A SON, Sole Agents far the District «f Columbia. 3 mo 1 To fho TubWc. THE Subscriber having1 been rendered incapable for some time bark of executing orders in his line of business by a long and severe spell of illness, takes this method of informing his friends and customers in general that being restored to health, he now hopes for a continuance of that liberal patronage which his late misf/tune has interrupted, and which he will strive to mcrfT by his attention to orders and the neatness and dispatch by which any thing in his line will oe executed. Door Locks and Keys made and repaired of all sizes; Steel, Iron and Brass work neatly executed; Boll Hang ing done in the best manner; Ship Compasses and Q adrants repaired; Wire work, of all kinds; Brass Castings, 4*c. &c- ZAt HAK1.VH NICHOLAS, Fairfax-street, 2 doors north of M. Robinson, mar 1__ f wlinJt \\\erlc an \a\jc s. PISHF.Y THOMPSON has just received a supply of Gardiner's Celestial and Terrestrial Globes. The principal works used in the construction oi thfi • erres tnal Globe, wer** Bowditch’s Navigator, Worcester’s Gazetteer, Ilorsburg’s East India Directory, and New Edinburg Encyclopaedia. The Globes are highly recommended by Mr. Farrar, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, and President Kirkland, of Harvard University. Price $30. Also, an additional supply of the Enchanted Plants, Fables of Flora and the Poetical Flower llaskets, con taining many beautiful coloured plates of flowers, &.C.— The American Picturesque Souvenir, &c. Washington Feb 28_ District of Cnlumbia, Alexandria County, Set. NovEMBr.n Tehm, 1825—14th day Janney and Johnson, Coinpl’ts A Against > In Chancery. George and Nchemiah Carson, Deft’s3 flit'lE order of publication against the defendant I. George Carson having been duly made according to the directions of this Court, and the said defendant having failed to appear, the bill as to him is taken also for confessed and coming on now to be heard. I lie Court upon considering the bill and exhibits doth de cree and order, that Master Commissioner Auld do state and settle the accounts between the complainants and defendants, in relation to the several matters in the bill mentioned, and that he report the sa.d settlement to this Court, in order that a final decree may he made. A Copy Test, E. I. LEE, C. C. The parties before named are hereby notified that on Monday, the 1st day of May next, atten o’clock in the morning, within my office in this place, 1 shall pro ceed to execute the order of Court ; and they are then and there required to appear, and to produce the ac counts, evidence and documents, necessary to enable me to carry the same into effect. Given under my hand at Alexandria, this 28th dav of February, 1826. COLIN AULD, M C. lawt 1M march 1 •NYoivisses, •> . Vi ivvuu, et c. Qrv MUDS, good retailing molasses ?)U 2U hhds. N. K. rum 20 qr casks French Madeira wine 6 hhds Porto Kico coffee 25 quintals codfish 40 sacks Liverpool blown salt—Landing this day from the sclinr Sophronia, and for sale by feb 25 S. MKSSERSMITH. SfcwV Yot aloes. BUSHELS potatoes for sale bv IUU [feb 27] .fOMN 11. LADD. Seine Twine, Corkwood & Cordage IE subscriber offers for sale, Hridport and Cotton J. Herring and Shad Seine Twine 1 ton Cork Wood, selected for Seine* Cordage of all sizes for do feb 2 _GKO COLEMAN. WTa\*\i\ng Yapev.etc. HE A MS Wrapping Paper 25 boxes Oranges, 19 do Lemons i.undine from the brig America from Boston, and for sale [feb 4] _S. MESSERSMITH YpaVay W\\i\ \Yy \&ge. THE contract previously entered into and received by the county court of Prince William not having been complied with, we will receive proposals until March court next, for the erection of a Bridge over Ce dar Run, at Butler’s Ford, below the town of Brentsville. The bridge to he of the same dimensions as the one heretofore advertised. JOS. R. GILRERT, ^ MICHAEL CLEARY, JUC ARD FOOTE, ^ Commissioners. JOHN HALL, THUS. R. HAMPTON, J dec 14 lawt M5 Best Chewing Tobacco KEGS and half kegsofl2’s and pound twists, Barclay’s brand, warranted superior to any in the District, just received by the sclinr United States, Capt. Woglford, from Richmond, and for sale by dec 19—lawtf _JNO. D. BROWN, Agent. Was Committed TO the jail for the County of Alexandria, D. C as a runaway, on the 21st of Feb, 1826. a ntfgro wo man named Fanny Anderson, who appears to be about twenty one years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high; of a yel low complexion, and says she is free, and that she lived with a Mr. Green, who writes in the Clerk’s Of fice in Warrcnton, Fauquier county, Ya. Her cloth ing is a homespun frock and a striped hnsey in her handkerchief. The owner is desired to come prove his or her property, pay charges, and take her away, o therwise she will be disposed of as the law directs feb 22—w3t AND. ROUNS AVKLL, Jailor. Wav gains'. Bargains'. Bargains'. THE subscriber, desirous in future to conduct only a Lottery business, and anxious to dispose of the va I rious articles which he has on hand unconnected with ! that line, respectful!) solicits his fellow citizens and the ( public generally, to call at his Lottery Ofiice, and em abree the opportunity for bargains, which his present determination affords. His stock consists of the follow ing articles— Watches, seals, keys and chains Pistols, dirks and Spanish knives Breast pins, plated castors, and penknives Ladies’ clasps, waist buckles, hooks and eyes Reticules and clasps E^r rings and necklaces of various patterns Large and small size Tortoise shell combs Ijtrge and small do mock do do Handsome pocket books of various patterns Scissors, superior razors, and silver spectacles Gentlemen’s pocket combs andcigar cases . I)o hair stocks, cravat stifners and patent supenders Looking glasses, bread trays, and small size waiters Dusting, hearth, clothes and hair brushes Silver eyed needles silver and common thimbles Sun glasses, pencil cases, lead pencils and shaving soap Masonic aprons and handsome prints Fancy baskets, Cologne water, &c. Durable ink and playing cards Also—Gentlemen’s black and drab beaver hats Do do do fur do Men’s fur and wool hats Children’s fur and wool do Those who feel disposed to make purchases, are as sured that each and all of the above articles will be sold at the most reduced cash prices. jan 31 JOHN H. RUNNELLS. To Bet, MA very convenient brick dwelling House, with outhouses complete, adjoining Mr. Thos. Smith’s on Columbus, between King and Prince sts.. Apply to nov 10—tf CHARLES BENNETT. "La Fayette Ice House. TIE subscriber has built an ICE HOUSE on Great Hunting < 'reek, at the south end of Fayette street, on a large scale; it is well filled with good ice. Those who wish to subscribe for the season, may rest assured that they will not be disappointed in their regular sup ply Jj^rhe price to subscribers will be moderate, to correspond with the times. feb 21—2awJw_MATTHEW ROBINSON. Andrew T. Kennedy HV* received by the last New-York Packet, an ex tensive supply of the standard Greek and Latin Classics, ii\ good bindings, and of the appfoved stereo type editions Also a fresh assortment of English School Hooks, compris.ng all that are used at present in the District and neighborhood; among w hich are.— Brown’s new System of English Grammar $00 75 A new edition of «taughton’s Yrirgil, 4 00 Woodbridge’s new Geography and col'd Atlas, 1 37 : American Popular Lessons, selected from Bar t ban Id, F.dgworth, &c. 50 j Printed Catalogues of the whole are ready for deliv ! ery at his Store. Also—An excellent PIANO, of Geib’s manufacture, price fl90. feb 24—root Farms to Went. The subscriber offers for rent, TWO PARMS o the neighborhood ol AlcXan _ _____ Iriaj on each of which there is a commodious dwelling House, with other improvements, feb 21—Stawtf C. A. ALEXANDER. harden Seed "IWyE have this day received from Liverpool, per'ship ▼ ▼ Sli -nandoali, Capt. Rose, a large and well se lected assortment of G.IRDEX SEEDS, warranted fresh, which we will sell low. R. T. RAMSAY & Co. feb 16 * eolOt Htvnse of Entertainment. GREAT FALLS OF THE POTOMAC. The subscriber respectfully informs the public, that lie continues to keep a Unuse of Entertainment, at the above named place, where he will he happy to ac commodate such as visit this truly romantic spot; and pledges himself to use his utmost exertions to give satisfaction to those who may favor him with a call. He is always supplied with the best of liquors *.c. \VM. HUBBELL. Great Falls of Potomac, Feb. 28 3t r or >ale or Kent. My property at West*End, '• j-\/5fc^c°nsisti,i^ °f two Lots, containing '"V'w about three acres of Ground, ad joining the property of Mrs. Zini merman, ami south of Mr. (Jatts’g Tavern. One lot is full taken with Clover, Timothy, Lucent, Burnett, Vetches, and highly improved. The other is a Garden, containing the best sorts of Peaches, Apples, Pear, Gooseberries, Currants, a variety of Noses, and various other Flowering Trees and Shrubs, Asparagus and o ther Plants, many Bulbous Boots, &c. Sec. all ot which will be sold very low On the premises is a small Mouse, that mu, might suit a small family The whole is Unenclosed with a hedge of Evergreen Thorn _ and Money Locust II not disposed of before, it will be offered at public sale, On Saturday the Wth day of March next, at Samuel Catts's Tavern. Terms, one half Cash, the miter half in three months. AT HIS STOItE, On Fairfax street, Alexandria, As usual, all sorts of Garden and Flower Seeds, Clover, Timothy, Burnet, Lucent, Hedge Grass, Millet, and a variety of Green Mouse Plants. Also, a general assort ment of China, (iueensware, Class, Stone and Earthen ware, Garden Tools, &c. &c. feb28 NICHOLAS MINGSTON. Tar, &c. 149 BBLS. Bright Suffolk Tar, just received per William & James, and for sale bv HOBINSON& SHINN, VowelPs Wharf. In Store—A few' hundred bushels prime white Corn, feb 28__ • Cut Nails and Brads. (5W~W"| CASKS cut Nails and Brads 5 liltds New-Orleans Sugar 51) Casks Gunpowder, at reduccc priced for sale by_[feb 28]_JOHN KOBE UTS •Vew & P’uuui Fortes, OF a very superior quality, for sale on accommodat ing terms, by ' KOBKKT BAH BY, feb 28 At his Dry Goods Store. Ploughs and Castings FUEEBOliN’s improved PLOUGHS, of the various numbers—Also, Mould Boards, Lindsides and Shares, tor sale bv JOHN II. LADD feb 28 _ Unwind A\un\ SwU. 100 feb 27 SACK ' Ground Alum Salt, Liverpool filled, just received and for sale bv IL L T. WII.SON. UvouuvY A\um Sn\t. gv/vrw\ BUSHELS Ground Alum salt, on board H HI schr Cordelia, for sale bv feb 27 B- I T. WILSON. l Ufc ramcwner RrspEfTruLLV informs his friends and the public gen erally, that he has taken the Boom under the Brook Lodge, lately occupied bv Mr. .los Cowing, dec’d. where lie intends opening a SCHOOL on Mon day the 1.3th of March, tor the reception of those chil dren which are or may hereafter be entrusted to his care. I'lie subscriber hopes by a strict adherence to business, so to facilitate the progress of his pupils as to jjain a share of the public patronage. Terms of tuition $3 per quarter. GEORGE JACOBS, feb 27—tf Potatoes. Lindsay <Sf Ilill have just received and for sale, bushels seed potatoes, in fine order. 450 feb 27 Jlava Coffee. A bags old Java coffee, for sale bv IU feb 27 LINDSAY 8c MILL. Who have receivednftirther supply of ctovcrsecd. ^eyMYrtcans *Mo\osses HMDS, and 14 bbls, Ncw-Orleana Molasses, just received per selir. Green, and for sale by 51 feb 27 J. S MILLER. Itats For Sate. 4 l BUSHELS good oats on board schooner \a\ "llThomas. Apply to feh 27 COHAGAV Sc M HI! fLE. feb 27 . F. YV\uu buryport r received and for sale by rabbis Ncwburvportrum ofsuperi orqua.lity just LINDSAY Sc HILL_ Lost N Saturday afternoon last, a small GOLD SEAL 4 f with a steel key and ring attached to it. It is sup posed to have been lost near the Team-Boat Ferry. A suitable reward will be given to the finder on leaving it with the Printers. _fell 27 bt Landing This Morning. From Schooner Haxall, on Irwin's Wharf— QCt HHDS. first quality Ncw-Orleans Sugar; 100 bbls. mackar-1 30 crates porter bottles 50 baskets salad oil—For sale by feb 25 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. AUCTIONS Public Sale. WILL be sold at public auction on Fnday next at 10 o'clock, at the late residence of Jonathan Swift, esq. deceaset 1, a variety of ttouseYuAd furniture* gome valuable HOOKS, aiul book cases, a quantity of excellent HAY, &c. Sale positive—Term* at sale, march 1 A. A. MARSTELLKR, auct Trustees Sale. Oy SATURDAY, the 181 h day of March next, AT half past three o’ciock, P. M will be offered at public sale, at the front noorofthe Reading Room, A T ract ill* \iw\uV, in Fairfax county, containing- per'survey 500 Acres, sit uated on the River Occoquan, opposite to the village of that name. The sale will be made under a deed of trust from Andrew ZJartle amt wife to H. I. Taylor.— Terms, Cash. By direction of the Trustee, >feb 16—cots _9. A. MARSTULl.ER, auct. Truster’s aie OX S.1 TURDA Y, the 18/4 day of Marck next, A-»i5L At 4 o’clock, r. *. will be offerui lie sale on the premises, offered at pub A three story Brick Tenement, _ _and lot ol ground on the east side of Fair fax-street, l>u feet y inches to the south of Kmg street, in front on Fairfax-street nineteen feet three inches, in depth seventy-six feet—bounded on the south by a twelve feet alley, an<l on the east by a four feet alley, with the right of way over said alleys. The aboyt sale will be ma le under the authority of a deed of trust from Thomas Janney to Robert I. Tay lor, tosecure the payment of certain debts therein men tioned. Terms, Cash, llj direction of the Trustee. A’. Jl M.lRSTELLER, Auct. Tvuatet’s &u\e. IN pursuance and under the authority of a deed ol trust from James Peake, to the subscriber, executed on the 2od day of July, 1824, for ceitain purposes therein mentioned, will he sold for read) money, at public auction, on Thursday the loth day of April next at noon, on the premises, the Tract ui* Laud, in Prince William county, Va. whereon the said James Peake lately resided, containing one hundred acres. Also one other Tract ol Land, iu the neighborhood of the former, and ad joining the lamlsot John Mills and llenry Peake; containing about seventy acres, together with certain slaves, viz. Sit key, Maria, Sophia, Giles, John, Mary and Allen, and the increase of the sail! females which have been born since the date of the said deed. Also, the stock ol Horses, Cattle iV Hogs,’ the household ami kitchen^ furniture, ami implement* of husbandry, &c. in the saidSFv-rrl*^ deed enumerated. The subscriber selling as trustee, will convey such title only, as is vested in him hv the deed. THOMAS NF.l.SON, jr. Trustee, feb 11 otawts c ivust Sn\e. Hr virtue of a deed of trust executed totlie subscri ber ou the 14tb day of June 1823, by Noblet Her bert, to secure the payment of certain sums of money therein mentioned,due from the u>id Herbert to Ma thew Unison, Esq. of Charlestown, Jefferson co Va. which deed of trust is recorded in the Clerk's Office of Jefferson County Court, I shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, for cash, at the Court House of said county, On Saturday the '25th day of March next, A Certain Tract «*f Land, containing' Sixty Acres, situate in the county aforesaid, about u inde south-west ofCharlestown, ad joining the lands of John A. Washington, Esq. and others; nr as much of said land as will he sufficient to satisfy said Hanson the sum of five hundred and twenty-one dol lars and twenty-one cents, that being the balance, inclu ding interest, which will he due him on said deed of trust, on the 25th day of March next, as also the costs and charges of carrying said trust into effect. Such title will be made the purchaser as is vested in the un dersigned as trustee. JOHN YATES, Charlestown, Feb. 18—25—1§ Trustee. To \w So\&, ON the third day of March ne\t, btfore the front door of Prince William CnurMloiroe the lot on which the tavern of William Clay tor, in the town of Krentsvillc, is erected, together with said tavt ri. and all other appurtenances, new in the occupancy of Mr. Thomas FI. Hampton. The said property will be sold for cash, according to the provision!* of a deed of trust t x edited on the 8th October, 1824, to the subscriber by Wm. Clay tor, for certain purposes therein mentioned. The Tavern is commodious, built of br.ck, with a store and counting room under tlie same roof. The subscriber sells as trustee, and will only convey as such ; but it is believed the title will be made un questionable. JOHN GlllSON, )r. jan 30 Trust* e. (£3** The above Sale is Postponed 'unit the btli day of March next f< b 13 • Sa\l. Lindsay Ilill have just received | d bl'h sacks fine J> Liverpool salt, Liverpool 1 \ F® F 100 do coarse 5 filled 500 buslieis Cadiz salt, (lie latter will be sold tin* usually low, if immediate application is made, feb 27 Wvttwn SYuvtittg*.. tfr bales low priced 3-4 brown shirtings, received 3 uud for sale by. feb 25 .1. C. CAZENOFE V CO._ Landing from schnr. Washington Huclef, at Irwin's Wharf hhds. JV. E rum and gin 100 boxc* candles 1000 bundles onions. For sale by feb 25 .1 C. CAZENOFE if f 'O. Private Sale JUST received at the Auction Store, 9 cases Men’s Fur Hats low priced. S. Jl. MAJlSTELLt.lt. i 20 fell 25 Wine and CVv\ 4 Q QK- Casks sweet Malaga wine, 50 baskets olive I Cl Oil, landing from the Exchange and for sale by feb 22_A.C. CAZKXOVK& Co. Cuffue. . ff| RAGS prime Green Coffee, landing this morning 1LI from schr Exchange, and for sale by ROBINSON & SHINN, feb 22Vowell’s Wharf. \a\uah\fc ¥ arm for 8a\e. , I wish to sell mv farm situate in the county of Fairfax, Va. abotu two miles from Alexandria, adjoining the lands of Robert Fat _; ton, jr. A. C. Cazenove, Esq. and others, containing by actual survey One Hundred and eleven Acres and three quarters, a portion of which is covered with an excellent growth of timber«nd wood. 3 he turnpike road leading to Occaquan pxsscs through the land. The purchaser will be entitled to recover from the owners of the road, th* amount of condemnation, or hare the privilege of closing it. The improvements are not extensive. If not sold by private sale before the rooHTH uat or march sin, it will on that day be offered at public sale, before the door of the Reading Room in Alexandria. For terms apply to Samuel Snow. den, Alexandria, who is duly authorised to sell the same, or to the subscriber in Richmond, \ .« feb 18—tM4 JOSHUA DOING.