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FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1826.
The auxietyof the House of Representatives to dispose of the Constitutional Amendments, under consideration, has caused a temporary suspension of the Penitentiary Bill, \Ve learn that the Select Committee appoint ed bv the House of Representatives to investi gate the claims of President Monroe, have prepared a report, and will probably introduce it to-day. , Messrs. Sheppard & Pollard^ of Richmond, Virginia, have just published an i^legant edition of Madison’s celebrated Report of ’98 and ’9? relative to the Alien and Sedition Laws; to which are appended the Kentucky Resolutions, penned by Mr. Jefferson. It affords us much pleasure to be able to state, that the health of the Secretary of the Navy is so far restored, as to enable him to leave his room. Nothing but the state of the weather now confines hrm to the house. SUPREME COURT OF l ilt'. UNITED STATES. THURSDAY, MARCH 2. Si,arm Perkins, vs. lib hard IV eecculorof IVif hm.i Hart—On certificate of division of opinion ol the Judges of Ohio Circuit Court, Mr. Jus ;:cc Washington delivered the opinion of the Court, •hat the points of disagreement were not stated with sufficient certainty to enable the Court to give an opinion on ihem. James Fhtoy, vs. The Bank of the U. Slates— On appeal from Kentucky Circuit Court. Mr. Chief Justice Marshall delivered the opinion of the Court—Decree of the Circuit Court so far as it confirms the sale of the premises niort gag ‘d to the Bank of U States, by Coleman, he affi •• '. at that t e part of the decree which allows interest on the note for which the mortgage v as given, from tlie day of its date, be reversed, and interest allowed only from the day of its maturity. Each party to pav his own coals. Shelby's Executors vs Guy—Writ of error from West Tennessee Circuit Court. This cause was further argued !>v Mr 'V irt foi the defendant, and hv Mr Jones for tb- pluinlifls. CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS OF YESTERDAY. In thf. Hocsf. of Representatives—Mr. Slorrs, of New-York, from the t on m» it tee on Naval Affairs, who had been directed to en quire itilo the expediency of establishing a Navy Yard at Charleston in South Carolina, and at some suitable point on the St. Mary's river in the state of Georgia—and to whom had been referred the memorial of the City of Savannah, for the establishment of a Navy Yard or depot at that place, made an unfavorable report upon all the propositions; which report was read and referred to a Committee of the Whole House. The same gentleman likewise made ihrer seve ral reports, adverse to the expediency of mak ing similar establishments; 1st at Baltimore in the state of Maryland—2d, at some point with in the waters of the river Thames its tin -.tuto of Connecticut—and 3d, at some point within the waters of Narragansett Bay in the state o' Uhpdc Island; all of which were read and laid on the table. The various resolutions, laiu on the tame me previous day, were severally considered and adopted, viz:—Mr. Stewart’s reso'ution, rail ing on the Secretary of War for information respecting the condition -of the Cumberland Road, east of the mount, ins, and the proposed plans for its preservation.—Mr Mercer’s re solutions, one, requiring information from the State Department relative to certain African Captives, seized in the harbor ol Pensacola; and the other asking that the Committee lor the Suppression of the Slave 1 rade, be autho rized to send for persons and papers, il required, in discharge of their duty—And Mr \ aiice s resolution, directing the Secretary of the 1 rea sury to lay before the House, any surveys, plats, and evidences, that have been forwarded to the Treasury Department, and not heretofore com municated, relative to the 1 rail branches of the Little Miami and Scioto Rivers On motion of Mr. \ ance of Ohio a Select Committee was appointed to inquire into the expediency of fixing »he northern boundary be tween the State of Ohio and the Territory ol Michigan, with leave to report by bill or other vise. The Speaker laid before the House a lettei from the Secretary of V\ ar, transmitting in o bedicnce to a call of the House on the 1st Jan last, a copy of the memoir and drawings con netted with the survey of Barnstable Bay which letter was laid on the table. The House then passed to the orders of tin day, and, on motion of Mr. McDuffie, of Soutl Carolina, resolved itself into a Committee o the Whole on the State of the Union, for th< purpose of resuming the consideration of tha gentleman’s resolution, proposing certain a meiMments to the Constitution of the Unitei States. Mr. Stevenson, of Virginia, took th< floor, in support of the proposition to pi even the ultimate election of the President of th< United States, from devolving on the Housi of Representatives; and against the plan of ; district system. Mr. S. evidently labored undei the effects of a recent indisposition, and aftei * speaking about an hour and a half, suspended his remarks, at the .request of Mr. Buchan nan, of Pennsylvania, who, after remarking, that his friend was exhausted, moved that the Committee rise and have leave to sit again, which was agreed to. On motion of Mr. McLane, cf Delaware, the House again resolved itself into a committee of the whole on the amendments proposed by the Senate to the Bill making appropriations for the Naval service of the United Slates, during the current year. The amendments having been severally read and concurred in, the com mittee rose; and the House adjourned Philadelphia, March 1 —By the brig Commo dore Bat ry, Tubbs, from Liverpool, whence she sailed en the 13th Jan we learn that the Arch Duke Constantine had tesigned the em pire of Russia in favor of his brother Nicholas. This news was confirmed by official dispatches to the Russian minister in London. Captain Tubbs left all his papers and letters on board the brig. The winter in England was very unlike that in this country. It was unusually severe. So much snow fell, that in many parts of the coun try, the people had to turn out to clear a pas sage for the mail coach. Owing to the prevalence of easterly winds, there had been uo arrival at Liverpool for se veral days previous to the sailing of the Com modote Barry. The “panic” in the money market had near ly ceased, and commercial confidence was in a fair wav of being fully re-established. Landcn, Jan. 5.—The letters this morning I give a gloomv picture of many parts of the country. Artisans and labourers in general have been thrown out of work in great num bers. In (ilouccsteishiie 1800 have been dls charged by one firm, aud 600 by another. Extract of a letter receiver* in New-Yotk from a gentleman at Gibraltar, dated Dec. 28, 1826:—“ Touching political affairs, every thing in this quarter may he said 10 remain in statu quo; if we except a few tail epistles between General Don, governor of this garrison, and General O-Zwfi-ncI, governor of Algesiras on the opposite side of the Buy, respecting the wrecks on the Spanish territory; the latter de manding the cargoes saved, to undergo the or deal of a Spanish custom house with French of ffceis, and the other returning an answer in the shape of the Gth regiment of Fusileers, with the boats of the Thetis frigate, armed, taking off’the vess< Is’ crews, from und. r the nose of the valiant Spanish commander. The mer chants have had a meeting this day for the purpose of addressing a ietter of thanks to Sir John Phillemore, the commander of the frigate, for protecting the property indiscriminately.— This shows the necessity of our having a ves sel of war constantly in these roads to protect our flair from insult; a six gun schooner would be sufficient for this purpose.” FROM GIBRALTAR. New-York, Feb. ?a.— We learn (through our l orrcniJOndnU, Mi . TopliB") •»» a laic i arrival at that port from Gibraltar, that anoth er severe gah was experienced thereon the 5th of January, in which the brig Columbia was driven ashore and condemned; brig 'Torno, lost bowsprit, Sic.; ship Cundance lost bowsprit, cable and anchor, boat Sit and several others lost cables and anchors. The brig rlight. of New York, and schooner Monroe, were both driven ashore, but bail been got off' with dam age. In the December gale, the brig Lvdia lost her bowsprit, foremast and other damage, and the 1’ides was much damaged in the hull. • aptain Davis and Captain Story, passengers in the above mentioned vessel, represent the conduct of the Spaniards as barbarous in the «xtrente. The vessels diiven on 'he Spanish spore in the December gale, were not allowed »o discharge their cargoes to get off, and every obsta< te was thrown in the way to prevent the preservation of property The Britis frigate Thetis, Sir John Philli more very opportunely arrived, and by the prompt and unremitting efforts adopted by that commander, and curried into effect by his olfi co s and crew much pioperly was saved which would otherwise have been lost l hey speak in great praise of the exertions made by that commander j | he brig Mary, of Boston, went ashore with a cargo t f salt, and the master applied lor per ! mission to discharge it into other vessels to get ! her off; out he was told they must first send to Madrid; and he Mas obliged to t :r >vv it over board to save his vessel i his is one among many instances of the abominable conduct ol the Spaniards. [Gazette. FROM MATANZAS. Charleston, S. C. Feb. 22 —By the schr. Perry, commercial accounts to the 13th inst. have been received. A letter says Rice was selling at S5i, and declining; Sugar, Mus. 3} a 5; Coffee, prime green, scarce; inferior to fair, plenty, at . 8 t« 9. We learn from Washington, that it lias been determined upon by the Executive to recom mend to Congress the policy of sending a spe cial mission to France for the purpose of enforc ing on that government the necessity of a liqui dation of the claims of our citizens. We have no doubt that Congress will concur in opinion with the Executive, and, in this event, there will be a reasonable prospect of eventual in demnification. [iV! Y. Gazette i The Philadelphia Democratic Press of the [! 27th of February, says, in this paper of the 22d , J instant we published the following paragraph: I “We understand t at Commodore Porter nas ' determined to enter into the Mexican service. At our last advices he wavtaking leave of his ■ friends in Washington, preparatory to his leav ' ing that city for Mexico, which he expects to do in a few days.’’ The following note which we this morning received is so full and explicit as to the inien I ti0ns of Com. Porter, that we do not feel called 11 upon to add a syllable to the co'nmunication '! thus made, through us, to the Pu ic. | Commodore Porter has not yet ‘ determined to 1 enter into the Mexican service.’ The true state of the case is, that he goes on a visit to Mexico on leave of absence, there to determine whether it would be most advisable for him to accept or decline the offer which was, some time since, tendered to him, and which has been, recently, | repeated by the Mexican Government. Were he actuated by personal interests and aggran disement alone, no doubt could exist as to the course which he ought to pursue, it is presum ed however that he will be governed by higher ' objects than those, but whatever may be his present views and ultimate determination, courtsey would seem to require that, by a per sonal interview with the authorities ol Mexico, J he should show to them he has placed a proper value on the compliment which has been paid to him I The Commodore is expected to sail from New-York for Mexico, in the course of two weeks at farthest Georgetown.—Wc have already informed our readers that the sense of the People of George town was to betaken, on Monday last, on the expediency of applying to Congress fora retro cession, to the Stale of Maryland, of lit at part of Washington county (including Georgetown) which lies west of Rock Creek. \\ e understand that many of the citizens declined voting one way or other, not having formed any opinion pro or con. Of those who did vote, there was a ma jority of one vote only in favor of retrocession. It was supposed the majority would have been much greater We consider the application of this test as having settled the question, for a time, at least, against the proposition for a re trocession of the town ol Georgetown. [iW. Intel Extract of (i letter from Annapolis, dated February 28M. The first step towards a general system of internal improvement in Maryland has been ta ken this (lav. The House of Delegates have passed the bill for the establishment of a Board of Public Works, by a vote of forty-one for it, and .thirty two against it. I he reduction ol the state tax one half will not injure the cause of internal improvement, for canals, can and will he made without increasing the state tax Public credit, and the credit of the state of Ma. ryland, stand high, and will cu ry us along in triumph—and the Ohio, the Potomac and the Susquehanna, will ere long meet in Baltimore; That will be a meeting of the waters indeed!— That will be a day of rejoicing for Maryland. Hie work, is begun—Soon may we able to say, the work is done. Balt. American. A shocking occurrence took place at lltl.s borough, in this county, on Tuesday last, ol which the outlines are quite sufficient for pub lication. One Lewis Hunt, formerly of this town, being engaged in a wrestling or fighting match, his son, a youth of 18 or 20, intending to aid his father, aimed a blow with a Spanish knife, at his antagonist Missing his aim he stabbed his father, who almost instantly expi red. The son has since been committed to the county jail for trial Genius of Liberty. Wc mx ttUlWOrlXnV lO an nounce Nathaniel Ttleii, Esq. as a candidate for the suffrages of the Freeholders of the Coun’y of Fairfax, to represent them in the next Legislature of Virginia. Vovi ul Alexandria. SAILED, March 2—Schr Elizabeth, Corning, Brazils. Schr. Velocity, Hammond, hence at Boston 25th ult. Brig Columbus, Dyer, was left at Gibraltar, 18th ult. for Campeachy, soon. Brig Olympia, Wilson, was at Gibraltar, 18th ult. to sail for St! Thomas, in a few days. ____-wr, Svvt\ VtUrttups, p\c. BUSHELS potatoes in fine order •)* H3 20 do timothy seed, warranted fresh For sale by K. T. RAMSAY & Co. mar 3 6t Uwskisaon’s Spppekes SUBSTANCE of two Speeches delivered in the House of Commons, on the 21st and 26th of March, 1825, hy the Bight Hon. William Huskisson, respect ing the Colonial Policy and Foreign Commerce of the Country. Just received on sale hv PISIIEY THOMPSON. Also— A Lecture, delivered at the opening of the Medical Department of the Columbia College in the District of Columbia, by Thomas Sewall, M. D. Profissor of Anat omy and Physiology, 2d edition—25 cents Washington, march 3__ A CAvauce sW\\\eV\ Toy A fresh supply of tickets came to hand this day in THE VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY. t herefore those not yet supplied with chances can he yet accommodated at BUHNELLS’ OI.H ESTABLISHED PHI IK OfFICK, ALEXANDRIA OR WASHINGTON CITY, until Saturday next the 4th inst. in the greulest variety of Numbers. scheme: ONE PH/ZE OF 20,000 DOLLS. 1 7 of 15,000 l of ' 10,000 1 of 5,276 o of 5,000 18 of 1>000 35 of 500 186 of 50 372 of 25 l302 of 12 13950 • 6 Tickets only #6, Halves, $3, Quarters 1}. It should be recollected that Runnells has sold in two of the schemes of Virginia; one prize of 5,000 dol lars, one of 2,500 dollars, and several of 1000, 500, &c. &c. all paid’tit sight._march 2 Hibernian Society 4 STATED quarterlv meeting of the Society will be A ieM at the Town Hall an Monday evening 6th inst. at 7 .’dock. JAMES C. BARRY, Scc’v. march 1 5t Ontbe 10fV\ \i\st tbe Grand Sfafe Lottery of i*hod? Island. ■Class No. 2, for 1826, draws in Providence—50 num bers, 6 ballots to be drawn. ilighrat Prize%\\000. Tickets only $4—Halves $2—iQuarters $1—Eighths 50. ON THE 15th INST: THE Washington and North Carolina Lottery, draws in Raleigh. Highest Prize %20,V>00. Tickets >6, shares in proportion. jjr\A few chances may yet be had at *6, for .'0,000 dollars in the Dismal Swamp Canal Lottery, which drew in Norfolk on Wed nesday, at CORSES OFFICE. McKnighl's Building, King street, two doors fVeft of Roi/al street, partly occupied bv J. W ogan. as a StfUFT 8c T03ACC0 STORE (fj’TIolders of prize tickets in the New York Litera ture Lottery are requested to call and receive the cash, or have them renewed in either of the above lotteries Ticket No. 5,5.17, in the last Maryland State Lottery, a prize of 41,200, was presented at the above Office on Saturday, and the Casa paid without any other de duction than the 15 per cent. iJ’Orders per mail (post paid) enclosing the casli or Prize tickets in any of the late lotteries wdl meet with prompt attention, if addressed to „ march3 JXO. CORSE, \l-xnndra. D. f’. . To the Public THE Subscriber having been rendered incapable for some time bark of executing orders in his line of business by a long and severe spell of illn* ss, takes this method of informing his friends and customers in general that being restored to health, be now hopes for a continuance of that liberal patronage which his late miifjftune has interrupted, and which he will strive to iiuiJF by his attention to orders and tli neatness and dispatch by which any tiling in his line will tie executed. Door Locks and Rets made and repaired of all sizes; Steel, Iron and Brass work neatly executed; Bell Hang ing done in the best manner; Ship Compasses and Q adrants repaired; Wire work, of all kinds; Brass Castings, (mc. &c. Z.\< IIAR1AH NICHOLAS, Fairfax-strcet, 2 doors north of M. Robinson, mar l wfm.lt \iU Vu^clt;- Ye? Utmsc. THE subscriber lias built an ICE HOUSE on (ireat Hunting Creek, at the south end of Fu\ ette street, on a large scale; it is well filled with good ice. 1 iios. who wish to subscribe for tile season, may rest assuii tl that they will not be disappointed in their regular sup ply. £j»Tl»e price to subscribers will be moderate, to correspond with the times, feb 21—2aw2w MATTHEW ROBINSON. »au. BUSHELS * urks Island, St. Ubes, and FvW/Liverpool coarse salt 350 sacks of blown do. Liverpool filled—for sale by march 2 WILLIAM FOWLK&Co. •W\v AH*YtVtV\\s •Molasses. See. SAMUEL M JANNEY has now landing from sc hr. William & James, 31 liluls. New-Orlcans molasses fit Store, 25 boxes sperm candles (N. Bedford brand) 5 casks fall press’d sperm oil 10 do whale oil 100 kegs white lead, 1st and 2d quality 15 do Spanish brown 15 do Venitian red 2 cases quarto post paper f boxes cotton and w ool cards J bales VirjpB'i* cotton 2000 Russia qutl Is , 25 pounds quicksilver 3d mo 2—tf To lY\e Y’ubYYc. VLL persons are cautioned and forbid trusting BEN JAMIN LEfjANf) on my account, as he is not, nor never was, authorized to purchase goods or any ar ticles whatever, or use my name in any way of business, without my written order. B. 1). TYLEIL march 2_3t YVov ses Y’oy Sole. The subscriber offers for sale, (at prices which cannot fail to induce persons to purchase' eleven valuable _ SADDLE AND WORK HORSES. Some of those horses were bred in the state of Virginia and others in Pennsylvania An opportunity like the present seldom occurs, for those wln» wish to procuri these invaluable animals; for in them are united strength, beauty andagiliti; ‘to see is to admire them ’ The citizens of the town and its vicinity, are respect fully invited to call and jit Ige for themselves, at the stables attached to STUART'S TEAM BOAT HO TEL. JAMES HUGHES, march 2 3t* EARLY SPRING SUPPLY. ROBERT ll. MILLER has just received from Liver pool, per ship Shenandoah, SYxA^-Vwtt Y'yuU's & YYogaYtetuYg oV* VnYVlUcuYvave antY Y'Uina, being part of his spring supply—among which are Iron stone China table services Blue printed (Liverpool) do China pitche s and tea-setts, richly gilt Do tea-setts gold edge and 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 dishes, enamelled and printed bowls, &c. i.<\ a further supply of Lafayette Ware, makes his asort ment very handsome. lie Ii:is also laieiy retentu u supcnui assortment of \Uc\\ Cut \\7/. Globe decanters, quarts and pints in setts; K tumblers and wines to match; salt cella«.r, ra cellery glases, 5iC.—All of which are nfTLr 7 ed at moderate prices and upon libera', terms, wholesale and retail, mar 1—tf (Jr ine ucnius oi LiDcnv, n »rrr iun m Chester He publican, and Woodstock Herald, will please insert the above for two weeks, and forward their ac counts to_ _______B’ I* $ecd Potatoes. HUSHELS potatoes for sale by II HI [feb 27) JOHN II- LAni). Tar, &c. 4 4ABBI.S. Bright Suffolk Tar, just received 14U per William & James, and for sale by 1 ROBINSON & SHINN, Vowell’s Wharf. In Store—A few hundred bushels prime white Corn. feb 28___ Ploughs and Castings FREEBORN'S improved PLOUGHS, of the various numbers—Also, Mould Boards, Landsidcs and Shares, tor sale by JOHN II. LADD feb 28_____ Garden Seed. -wttte have this day received from Liverpool, per ship VI Shenandoah, Capt. Hose, a large and well se lected assortment of GARDES SEEDS, warranted fresh, which we will sell low. It. 1. RAMSAY k Co. feb 16 ~ _eol0t Swairn’s Panacea VTBE have just received a fresh supply of SiUAfM’S \)jf PANACEA. HDW. STABLER k SON. AtfCTxOttS Public Sale. WII.L be sold at public auction on Friday next at 10 o'clock, at the late residence of Jonathan Swift, esq. dccease< I, a variety of V\ou»pA\oVA YutnUnffti some valuable ROOKS, and book cases, a quantity of excellent HAY, &c. Sale positive— Terms at sale, march 1 b: A. MARSTELLEU, mid. tfjrTlve \\bftvt si\Ve Vs postpun ed to MONDAY, the 6th instant **■ ^ To \lt ON the third day of March next, before the front door of Prince William Court-House the lot on winch the tavern of William Claytor, in the town of Brentsville, is erected, together with said tavern and all other appurtenances, now in the occupancv ol Mr. Thomas It. Hampton. The said property will be sold for cash, according to the provisions of a deed of trust ex ecuted on the 8th October, 1824, to the subscr her by Wm. Claytor, for certain purposes therein mentioned. The Tavern is commodious, built of brick, with a store and counting room under the 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 GIBSON, jr. jan od Trustee. d3°The above Sale is Postponed until tlie 9th day of March next. _f«*b 13 Tv\i&\*ea St'Vfe. O.V SATURD.kY, the 18//*daynf March next, A T half past three o’ciock, P. M will be offered at /1l public sale, at the front door ofthe Heading HOom, A T xwt\ ot Vii\utV, in Fairfax county, containing per survey 500 Acres, sit uated on the Hiver Occoquan, opposite to the village of that name. The sale will be made under a deed of trust from Andrew /ferile and wife to K. I. Taylor.— Terms, Cash. By direction ofthe Trustee, feh 16—cots S. A. MAKSTKLLKK, auct. O.V SATURDAY, the Wh day of March next, At 4 o’clock, p. m. will be offered at pub lic sVe on the premises, .i three story Prick Tenement, !__and lot of ground on the east side of Fair* fax-street, 6U feet 9 inches to the south of King street, in front on Fairfax-street nineteen feet three inches |B depth seventy-six feet—hounded on the south by a twelve feet alley, and on the east by a four feet alley, w ith the right of way over sahl alleys. The abovi sale will be made under the authority of a deed of trust from Thomas .lanney to Hubert I. Tay lor, to secure the payment of certain debts therein men tioned Terms, Cash. Hv direction id the Trustee. S. A. M.lHSTFsLLEIL Amt. Tvu&lre’s IN pursuance and under the authority of a died of trust from James Peake, to the subscriber, execute d on tbe 2Jd day ol July, 1824, for certain purpo-.es therein mentioned, will be sold tor ready money, at public auction, on I 'hursday the loth day ot April next •A noon, on tile premises, the Tract of Vaw\, ill Prince William county# V:t. whereon the said James Peake lately resided, containing one liundrec acres. Also one other Tract of I .and, in the neighborhood of the former, and adjoining the lands of John Mills and Henry Peake; containing about seventy acres, together with certain slates, viz. Sukci/f Maria, Sophia, Giles, John, Mary an>! Allen, and the increase of the said females which have been burn a'liitc the date of the said deed. Also, til* stock of «|h, Horses, Cattle df T he household and kitchen i&A ft yA furniture, and implements Q/jT"jrb •' of husbandry, &c. in the saidCF^f-^tfiSr-J^ deed enumerated. The subscriber selling ai'gaistec will convey such title only, as is vested in hint by the deed. THOMAS NEI>ON, jr. Trustee, fc I) 11olawtsc Trust fettle. Bt virtue of a deed of trust executed to the subscri ber on the 14th day of June 182.5, by Noblet Her . .t, to secure the payment of certain sums of money Unrein mentioned,due from the said Herbert to Ma tliew Hanson, Esq. of Charlestown, Jefferson co Va. w It ,i deed ot trust is recorded in tbe Clerk's OSi.-e of Jefferson County Court, l shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, ior cash, at the < ourt House of said county , On Saturday the 25th day of March next, A Certain Tract of Land, containing Sixty Acres, situate in the county aforesaid, about a mile south-west o* Charlestown, adjoining the lands of John A. Washington, Esq. and others; eras much of*said land as will be sufficient to sjt >fv said Hanson the sum of five hundred and twentv-oni* Jul ian and twenty-one cents, that being the balance, iiiclu ding interest, which will be due him on said deed of trust, on the 2.5th day of March next, as also the costs and charges of carry ing said trust into effect. Such title will be made the purchaser as is vtsted in the un dersigned as trustee. JOHN Y VIKS, Charlestown, Feb. 18— 25—ts 1 ni-.'ce. iivmuuY AYuiu m\Y\. a/'w'kSACK Ground Alum Salt, Liverpool filled, If rf_F just received and for sale l»v feb 27_It.'l. T. WILSON, Cut Nails and Brads. CASKS cut Nails and Brads 5 hlids New Orleans Sugar 50 Cask' Gunpowder, at reducec priced for sale by [feb 28] JOHN ROBERTS. YivowuiY A Yum *va\t. BUSHELS Ground Alum Salt, on board If If I schr Cordelia, for sale by feb 27 K. 1 T. WILSON. For Sa\c. j | BUSHELS good oats on board schooner 1 Ft F Ihoinas. Apply to f. I, 27COHAGAN & WHITTLE. *Y. ¥. YVu\\\ «/\l,bh Newburyport rum ofsupcri or-quaility, just *)fF received and for sale by fcb 27_ LINDSAY St HILL. StiVi. Lindsay 4* ^ A/we ju*t received w || k sacks fine ) Liverpool salt, Liverpool 1\ Ft F 100do coarse > filled 50o bushels Cadiz salt, the latter will he sold un usually low, if immediate application is made, feb 27 YaYuabYc ¥arm Vov SuYe. f-b I wish to sell my farm situate in the “■ county of Fairfax, Va. about two miles from Alexandria, adjoining the lands of Hubert Pat ton, jr. A. C. Cazenove, Esq. and others, containing by actual survev One Hundred and tleren Acres and three quarters, a portion of which is covered w ith an excellent growth of timber and wood. The turnpike road leading to Occaquan passes through the land. The purchaser will be entitled to recover from the owners of the road, the amount of condemnation, or have the privilege of closing it. The improvements are not extensive. If not sold by private sale before the focrth pat of maiich KkXT, it will on that day be offered at public sale, before the door of the Reading Room in Alexandria. For terms apply to Surmtel Smni' den, Alexandria, who is duly authorised to sell the same, or to the subscriber in Kitiiinond, \ a feb lb-tAI4 JOSHUA »OLN«.