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SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1806.
Storm'—We learn from Washington, that that place was yesterday visited with one ol the most dreadful storms of wind experienced for many years. From various sources, we learn, that one of the South windows of that part of the Capitol, occupied by the House ol Representatives, was blown in, and both Flags carried away-—a work-shop, in the Capitol yard blown down; also a Methodist Church— several carriages and a wagon load of hay, were turned over—tome houses, in the immediate vicinity of the Washington bridge, were in* jured severely, in one of which, a child lost its life by the falling of a chimney—part of the railing of the bridge was also blown down. In this place, we are happy to say, the vio lence of the Storm was not felt. The wind blew fresh, but no damage was experienced. The Committee of Foreign Relations, will make a report to-day or Monday, on the Pana ma subject. DOUBTFUL NEWS. fO^Congrtss at Panama—Passengers in the shiD Fame, from South America, arrived at New York, who reached here last evening in the steam boat, distinctly state, that the project for a Congress at Panama, had been entirely aban doned, so much so that it was not the subject of conversation in political circles at Chili or Lima, nor was it known to a public functionary from Colombia, recently met with there. Our informant had seen the official bulletins con' taining the invitation from Colombia to Chili to join in such a Congress, and the answer ol the latter government declining it altogether. The government of Peru had also declined the invitation, and in consequence ol this the pro ject which originated,(through the Colombian government) in Bolivar, had been abandoned. No Congress had been in session, nor was it in contemplation to hold any. TheU. S. ship Pea cock spoken by the Fame, left Lima the 7th De cember, and knew nothing of the supposed Congress. A letter of 4th November, from an official source at Santiago sustains the above by its total silence on this subject so interesting here, but which was not thought of there, then, nor at any time as having any reference to this Government. The Fame brought despatches from our Mi nister at Chili. Of the correctness of our informant we are well assured, aud that Chili and Peru have de clined taking part in the proposed Congress there can be no doubt. It will be recollected the President’s Mesjage suggests that all of the South American Governments were to be rep resented at this Congress, to deliberate upon objects important to the welfare of all, and the Republics of Colombia, Mexico and Central America had already deputed Plenipotentiaries to such a meeting, and that they, the above go vernments, had invited the United States to be represented at the proposed deliberations. So far as those Republics are concerned, there can be no doubt of the authenticity of their proceedings in this respect, but the pro ject does not seem to have met the views of tke other states, and whether this has defeated the measure we are left at present to conjecture. [Providence Journal. CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS OF YESTERDAY In the Senate—The several bills yesierdav, ordered to a third reading, were passed and *ent to the House of Representatives. Mr. Benton introduced a bill for the relief of Dor Carlos Dehault Delassus, and accompa nied with some explanatory remarks, in sup port of the bill. After some Executive busi ness, the Senate adjourned to Monday. In the House or Representatives.—Mr. Hamilton from the Committee on Military Af fairs, reported a bill to authorise the purchase of additional ground adjoining ihe Arsenal at Watervliet in the Slate of New-York; which bill was twice read and committed. The resolution yesterday offered by Mr. James Johnson of Kentucky, relative to the establish ment of a National Armory on Licking River, in the State of Kentucky, was taken up—and when Mr. J. had concluded his argument in support of it, an amendment was proposed by Mr. Wood of New-York, going to instruct the Committee on Miliary Affairs to inquire into the expediency of the measure, instead of autho rising them to bring in a bil!v as required by the resolution. On this amendment some dis cussion arose, which was arreffed by laying the resolution on the table. The hour having arrived for taking up the orders of the day, Mr. McDuffie rose and stated, that he believed it was the wish of a majority of the House, to suspend the private business and resume the discussion of the constitutional amendments, with a view of making a final dis position of them during the present week. He therfore submitteed a motion to that effect, which was decided in the negative by a consi derable majority. ' The engrossed bill, providing for the extin guishment of the debts due to the U. States by purchasers of Public Lands, was read a third time and passed. The engrossed bill to provide-for taking evi dence in the Courts of the United States, in certain cases, was read a third time and passed. And the engrossed bill to allow compensation to such witnesses on the part of the United States, as may be imprisoned to compel llieir attendance in Court on account of their inabili ty to give security in recognizance, was also read a third time and passed. Several private and unimportant bills were received from the Senate and read the first and second time. Mr. Hamilton, of South Carolina, moved to postpone all the orders of the day which pre ceded the bill to authorize the settlement and payment of the State of Massachusetts for cer tain services rendered during the late war, but the motion was rejected, and the remainder of the day consumed in the discussion of the bill for the relief of Isaac Pool, which was finally rejected; and the House adjourned. , THE LATE COL. SOMERVILLE. The much lamented death of Col. William C. Somerville, late American Charge de Affairs to Sweden, having been announced on the 16th inst. in the National Journal—some additional particulars may be interesting to his numerous relations and friends in various parts of the U nited States. We consequently give extracts of a letter dated 20th January, 1826, from Gen. La Fayette, the Nation’s Guest, to Henry V. Somerville, but who is now absent on a visit to the Staje of Louisiana. [Salt. Pat. “La Grange, Jan. 20th, 1826. “My Dear Sir—It is to me a very painful but sacred duty, to be among the first to convey the dire information of your having lost an excel lent brother, and I a much valued friend, who, on the last moment, has hdhored me with an ad ditional and most precious mark of his affec tion. You know that, during our passage and • since our arrival in France, the health of Mr. Somerville has ever been declining. However anxious he was to fulfil his honorable mission, he found himself forcibly detained in Paris, nor could he even meet our invitation to await bet ter times, m me uusum oi our family, anu wnen his physician yielded to his importunities to let him proceed to the South, every hope to save him had been given up. An account of the lamented event will be transmitted by the proper authorities. I shall confine myself to his expressed intention to entrust us, at La Grange, with the care of his mortal remains— the affecting wish had been, in a recent inter view, mentioned with a most friendly earnest ness—it was repealed to Doctor Lucas on the very day of his death. Amidst the deep feel ings of affliction, no time was lost; ami while my son remained here to watch over the pre cious charge, I hastened to consult with the Minister and other officers of the United Slates, in Paris, on the method, by which duty, res pect and affection towards him might best be gratified. The respected remains which had been de posited in my house, was from there accompa nied by the Consul, Mr. Barnet, and Mr. Haw ley, of New-York, by the Mayor of this Com mune, several invited neighbors, a mourning concourse of people, and both of us, to a grave next to that where lies my son’s daughter. And now, my dear sir, it remains for me to apologise for those details, which, painful as they are, it has appeared necessary to lay be fore you and other members of the family.— Should any thing have been wanting, uninten tionally in our performance, with the advice of the Au>eric%n public officers here, as what we have thought most consonant to your lamented brother’s and your own views, at least there has been no deficiency in our feelings and in our eagerness, on the deplorable occasion, to dj for the best. Be pleased to accept the affectionate condo lence and high regard, of two sympathising friends, my son and myself, to vfhom, my whole family beg to be joined. LAFAYETTE. To Hexuy V. Somehwlle, Esq. Baltimore. \Ve learn from the London Globe of Jan. 27, that Capt. Cha.pman of his B M’s Ariadne, was dismissed the service by a court martial held at Portsmouth on the 24th January. Nine charg es were preferred against Capt. C five of which the court decided to have been proved, but that the Captain was justified by h«s orders, two were not proved, two found frivolous and vexatious, and that one, that Capt. C purchased a female slave on the coast of ifrica for thirteen dollars, was fully proved This slave the Captain purchas ed, and after she had been on board bis ship a fortnight, she made her escape, by swimming from the ship at Mombas. For this act, and on this single charge only, the court ordered that Captain Chapman be dismissed from his Majesty’s service Capt. Carroll one of the members of the court, spoke highly in favor of Capt. Chapman^ as a brave and good officer, and many letters from many officers went to prove this to have been his general character. THE WESTERN WATERS. Louisville, Ay- March 8 —The Ohio River is now very full In the north, or lowest part of the town, such of the inhabitants as have no* abandoned their dwellings, have been driven into the upper stories of them.—Steam boats are riding majestically in our streets, and occa sionally making excursions through our lots, passing over fences, See. Cincinnatti, Ohio, March 8.—The Ohio river has risen within a few days, with greater rapid ity than we have ever known it *o rise before. It is now up even with the top of the banks and is still rising. The probability is, that the flood will be higher than has been known in this place for a great number of years. It is already within a few feet of the greatest rise ever noticed by the oldest inhabitants of the city. March 10.—The river, after falling between one and two feet, plum water, began rising a gain yesterday about 12 o’clock; and if the re port, brought by the steam boat Pennsylvania, prove true, (and we have no reason to doubt it) •that the Allegheny and Monongahela had taken another rise, we may possibly have a greater freshet than has ever been known here. Wheeling, Vd. March 8,-^The river is about fifteen feet above low water mark. It has not been this spring more than ten or twelve feet higher than it is at this time. On the 9th of March, 1824, it was about forty feet above low water mark. [ Wheeling Gazette, j From the Norfolk Herald, March 20. The U. S. ship John Adams, Capt. Wilkin son, dropped down to Hampton Roads yester day, and will sail on Wednesday next for the Gulf of Mexico, and thence for the West India station..' Com. Warrington goes out in the John Adams, which beats his broad pendant. The John Adams carries out Col. John Wil liams, of Tennessee, as Charge d’Affaires to Guatemala, and Mr. Geo. M’Intosh, jr. of this town, as his private Secretary. Also, Gusta vus H. Scott, Esq. on public business. We have been politely favored with the fol lowing list of officers attached to the John Adams. Jesse Wilkinson, Esq. Commander Lieutenants—Thomas T. Webb, James E. Legare, John P. Tuttle, Samuel Mercer, Afex. B. Pinkham. Acting Sailing Master—Richard A. Jones. Surgeon—II. W. Bassett. Surgeon’s Mate—Augustus A. Adec. Purser—John N. Hambleton. Midshipmen—Wm. Smith, Chas. H. Poor, John Graham, A. Tooley, Jr. R. L Browning, Alex. K. Yancey, Geo. B. W ingerd, Arch. B. Fairfax. Captain’s Clerk—John Cornwell. Boatswain—David Vestery. Carpenter—John Snider. Gunner—Thomas Stanley. EXTRAORDINARY FECUNDITY. Four Ewes on the farm of John S. Sellman, esq. of this county, yeaned this season,fourteen Lanbs, which are all doing well. Two of them brought forth four each, and the other two three each. A few such breeders would soon give a man a flock to watch. [Maryland Gazette. COMMERCIAL. Prices of Produce in .ilexandria yesterday: Flour, (superfine,) ... ... f4 22 Wheat, (sales) ... ... ... 0 80 a 0 90 Corn, (sales). 0 72 Rye, . ... 0 50 Oats, *. ... 0 53 Whiskey, . ... 0 SO Bacon,. ... 5 00 Cotton, (Virginia,) ... ... 12 a 0 13 Prices at Richmond, March 21.—Wheat 50 a 90 ''ts; Corn 70 a 80; City Mill superfine flour, 4 7-8 a $5; Canal do. 4 3-8 a $4;. $jT We are authorized to an nounce Nathaniel Tiler, Esq. as a candidate for the suffrages of the Freeholders of the County of Fairfax, to represent them in the next Legislature of Virginia. (rWe\\a\e been requested to announce Charles S. Carter Esq. as a candidate to represent Prince William County in tlic next General Assembly of Virginia. jppWe are authorised to an nounce G*o. W. Macrae, Esq. as a candidate for the suffrages of the freeholders of the County of Prince Wdliam, to represent them in the next General Assem bly of Virginia. Ak tJt James YrencAi, is a candidate for the next General Assembly of Virginia, for the County of Prince W illiam. -- DIED, At Baltimore on the 16th inst. in the 56th year of her age, Tact McPherson, the wife of Isaac McPher son, of that city, universally respected. In the various duties of neighbor, wife and mother, she had, perhaps, no superior. Her disconsolate husband and children have, by this melancholy event, sustained an irrepara ble loss. _ Yor XorfoiAt, The Schooner CRITERION, Thomas Travers, master} will sail early in the ^ week—For freight <jr passage apply to the .master on board, laying at Central W harf, mar 25_ 3t* lul\n Roberts HAS FOR SALE, 640'bbls \ New-Orleans and W. I. sugar 30 do refined do 100 do old and new whiskey 150 casks cut nails and brads , 50 boxes bloom raisins 50 do yellow soap 1000 lbs. cotton yarn 10 qr. casks Malaga wine 150 bags shot, from T to No. 9 50 casks Gunpowder 5 puncheons West India Spirit 2 pipes French Brandy 2 do Holland Gin 10 bbls New-England Rum Molasses in hhds. tierces and bbls Java, Havana, and St. Domingo coffee, march 25___ Mackerel. 4 BBLS. and half bbls. N ». 1 and 2, Ncwbury 1 OLI port in mection, for sale by march 24—eo3t J.CfJ. HARPER. Philadelphia Packets. THE following vessels will comprise the Line of Packets, (this season) between Philadelphia, and the District of Columbia, and will sail from the for mer place on the 5th and 20th of each month, or soon er if loaded. Sloop Constitution, Eli Teal, master. Schr. Esther Sf" Sally, Dan’l Barcl-oft, master. Schr. Farmer's Ingenuity, T. P. Crowell, mas ter. For freight or passage apply to WM. MORGAN, Georgetown. ROBINSON 8c SHINN, . ' Alexandria, or to JOSEPH HAND, No. 59, South Wharves, Philadelphia, march 2__eo20t ^?ew-Orleans Sugar. The cargo of the schooner Curlew, from N. Orleans, of 4 4 n Hogshead*, prime sugars, for sale by \ JO 6 WM. FOWLE 8t Co. march 17_ » __ Fresh Oranges & liemons. rn BOXES fresh Sicily Oranges and Lemons, just i OH received and for sale by „r..„ m«r 16 CO HAGAN IN WHITTLE. Sugar, Cotton Yarn Raisins. • Landing from sloop Fanny, 4 AA TIERCES refined Sugar; 1500 lbs. cotton yarn, A VP assorted numbers. From SloOp f'brnon— 100 boxes Muscatel raisins. For sale by march 24 _A. C. CAZENOVF. & Co. Prime Green Coffee. ACi Prime Green Coffee, landing thisdav and tWA for sale by 5. MESSERSMITH. march 24 Cognac Brandy, 8cc. p? PIPES superior old "Cognac Brandy 20 barrels Cider and 5u kegs ground Ginger land ing from sloop Vernon, Wilson, from New-Yvrk and for sale bv LINDSA} is" HILL. march 24 • „ Yickied Ousters. DOMINI BEAKCROFT, respectfully informs his friends and customers, that lie is prepared to'serve them with first quality Pickled Oysters. Also, Oysters in the shell. * march 24—3t -—--# - ---- ~ ^ Sugav, Rice, &c. hhds N. O. sugar ilvl/ 5 do Muscovado do 20 bbls. St. Croix sugar do 2 tierces fresh rice 25 boxes yellow soap 20 boxes Sicily lemons 200 bushels potatoes 1 tierce copperas 5 bundles hay Just received per sloop Vernon, and for sale by march 24 ROBINSON & SHINN, Vowell’s Wharf. \V\\i»ke>j, Bacon, Ytick, etc 10 50bLl"dij*»"«BMmart W1HSKEY. 10 do do old do 50000 lbs of bacon of their own curing 65 barrels mess and prime pork 25 do beef 10 bags prime green coffee 20 reams large wrapping paper 10 barrels W Sperm oil 10 kegs verdigris 30 barrels No 2 and 3 mackerel 15 half barrels No 2 do With a good assortment of Groceries and Ship Chandlery, for sale by L. & L. CM AMBEKI.AlJi. mar 24 eoot* . District of Columbia, County of Alexandria. F| ICHARD SHACKELFORD has applied to the hon. t William C ranch, Chief Judge of the United States Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, to be discharg ed from imprisonment, under the act for the relief of in solvent debtors within Hie District of Columbia, on the 2d Monday of April next, at 9 o’clocjc, A. M. at the Court House in Alexandria, when and where his creditors are required to attend. EDM. I. LEE, C. C. march 24 __ 3t Prices Uedueed. (1 RAY & PANKEY’S best chewing tobacco, 12’s to M the pound, for sale at reduced prices. ALSO, 10 kegs pound twist, of very good quality, for sale very low. M. MIIJLElt df SON. 1ST STORE, 2000 bushels G. A. salt 3000 do Turks Island do 1000 do dumcstic, do 20 hhds New-Orleans molasses 10 do Barbadoes sugar 1000 Spanish hides 20 barrels tanner’s oil 50 bags St. Domingo coffee 3d mo 22_ Landing from sloop Rising Sun, at Irwin’s Wharf, 200 kegs nails, assorted sizes 40 boxes sperm candles 25 bales domestic cotton goods 1000 pieces blue nankins. For sale by march 22 A C CAZENOVE fc CO. Cheese, Coffee, Hum, etc* 4 CASKS Goshen cheese lu 1 do vety superior quality 20 bags coffee « 5 hhds and 10 barrels N E rum 5 hhds molasses 20 boxes Sicily lemons 5 bales filberts 10 seroons Cuba tobacco 1000 lbs first quality cork wood Just received per sloop Chauncey and for sale by mar 20 _ROBINSON & SHINN. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, &c. WILLIAM PRINCE, Proprietor of the Linnean Garden and Nurseries near New-York, of _- fers to the public his usual very ex-.*___ tensive collection of fruit trees of all the various kinds. Also, a great variety of ornamental trees and plants, Hyacinths, Tulips, and other bulbous flowery, and a ve ry large assortment of Oranges and Lemons, Camellias or Japan Roses, Geraniums and other splendid green house plants. In the collection, are about 10,000 thrifty grape vines, of the finest European kinds. Also, above 500 varieties of Roses, including 54 varieties of the Chinese Monthly Rose. Catalogues may be obtained gratis of the subscriber, and orders through him will meet prompt attention. SAMUEL M. JANNEY. 3 mo 14—2w Cognac Lran&>f, etc. (5| PfPES Cognac Brandy, represented to be of supo rior quality 10 drums Smyrna raisins 3 boxes and 3 barrels refined sugar—Landing and for sale by [mar 16] S. MESS E HS Ml'] H White Lead. THE subscribers have just received, per sloop Con stitution, a supply of WHITE LEAD, from the manufactory of M. &. S. N. Lkwis ol Philadelphia— warranted equal if not super.or to any in the District— to be regularly supplied, and will sell to dealers in the article on the most favorable terms. 3 mo 22d _M MIDLER & SOX To Let, The dwelling and store house at ^■^H^present occupied by Mr. Wm. A.Williams. PBhIb 11 Possession will be given the 1st of April AKUfejlBneit. Wanted to hire—a good man to work on a farm. Apply to S AML. SMITH, march 15—2aw2w__ To Rent. MThat commodious two story frame House on the West side of St. Asaph, between Prince and Duke streets, with a large yard, a good brick Stable, Smoke-house, &c. . ALSO— MThe fire proof Warehouse on King street, be tween Royal and Fairfax streets, adjoining the Store now occupied by Robert H. Miller. To a good tenant the rent of either house will be made moderate mar'14—d3t&2awtf SAML. JANNEY. For Sale, TWO pair of 4$ feet diameter Burr Mill Stones made in Philadelphia of good materials. These Stones will be sold for tess than they can be bought any where in this part of the country. Apply to SAMUEL JANNEY, or mar 14—d3tfit2aw3w JOSEPH JANNEY, Jr. AUCTIONS Cas\\ Sale of Yurniture. ON TUESDAY, the 28th instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M precisely, tl»e subscriber will sell at Public Auction, the . Household and Kitchen Furniture. belonging to Hi- Excellency Baron Tctl, Ru*ian Min* ister—and consisting in part of ’Mahogany aud rosewood chairs, sofas, tables candlestands, Ac. Ac., Brussels and ingrain parlour,’passage A stair carpet) Pier, mantel, and chamber looking glasses, Lustre’s mantel, and side lamps, Silk and other fashionable window curtains, An extensive assortment of table and bedlincnt, Bedsteads, mattrasses, bed and chamber furniture, Cut glass and french china, of every sort, Plated, gilt, a-id Bronzed wares, . A gilt plateau, with all its ornaments, Knives, forks, and spoons, of silver, Dor do. do. (of vermeii) silver gilt, Sundry table utensils of pure silver. An extensive assortment of Wines, such as Lafitt) Cheateau Margo, Meiloc, Y'in dc Grave, Sautcm, BuiS gundy, Malvaisy, and other Madeira, Port, Lisbon* Cliampaigne, Cape Rhine, Ac Ac. Ac. ' Cordials and sweetmeats, from France and Holland, A moveable greenhouse, with all its plants, A variety of i mported provisions, • Kitchen utensils of every description, Ac. Ac. Ac. I ' Likewise—5 Horses, i,^a<7.,a*e’an?.! liaro“cbe, with harness, complete The House will be open tor the inspection of the Furniture, on Monday, the '27th inst. from 10 o’clock A. M. to 4 P. M. The Carriages and Horses to be sold on the first day of sale ( Tuesday ) at 12 o’clock, M The sale of tl»e Wines to take place on Wednesday, the 29th inst. at 4 * o’clock, P. M, The bills will be ready, and the Furniture delivered on Friday, the 31st inst.—Terms, Cash Any purchasers failing to comply with the Terms of Sale, by 12 o’clock on Saturday the 1st of April next the goods will be then resold, at their risk and expense* P MACRO, auctioneer. Washington, March 20—3t. 2oth. 25th A d of s. Trustee’s Sate. IN pursuance and under the authority of a deed of trust from James Peake, to the subscriber, executed on the 23d day of July, 1824, for certain purposes therein mentioned, will be sold lor ready money, at public auction, on Thursday the 13th day of April next at noon, on the premises, the Tract of liand, m Pnnee William county, Va. whereon the said James Peake lately resided, containing- one hundred acres. Also, one other Tract of Land, in the neighborhood of the former, and adjoining the lands of John Mills and Henry Peake; containing about seventy acres, together with certain slaves, viz. Stikey, Maria, Sophia, Giles, John, Mary * and Allen, and the increase of the said females which have been % born since the date of the said deed. Mso, the stock of _Horses, Cattle A* Hogs, *lw^M*thc household and kitchen furniture, and implements ts&f&JsA. of husbandry, &c. in the said deed enumerated. The subscriber selling as trustee will convey such title only, as is vested in him by the deed. THOMAS NELSON, jr. Trustee, feb 11* _3tawtsc ConslwfoYfc’s SaYe. WILL be sold for cash on Fridtry the. 21s/ day April next, at 12 o’clock, M. all the right, title and in terest of Mrs. Catharine McKca in and to a certain LOT and a 7/0USE thereon, bounded by King and St. A* saph-streets, commonly known as the Indium Aueen Tuvem, to satisfy two executions, one infavrmof Z. Gardner’s Administrator, the other in favor of James English.—Also expenses of said “ale. . mar 22 THEODORE MEADE, Constable. Corporation Notes. 1 CONTINUE to give SILVER for the notes of the Corporation of Georgetown at a small discount, and receive them at par for lottery tickets. march 18_JOHN CORSE. Fresh Fruit and Oil, A All BOXES Oranges, and 25 do Lemons lUU 75 baskets Salad Oil Just received and for sale bv mar 20 _A. C C AZFJMOVE k Co. • HunwAYs’a Offices, King-it. Alexandria, or Washington City. UNION CANAL LOTTERY PENN. 20th Class—which draws in Philadelphia, on Wednes day the 29th inst. Scheme; 1 prize ot $20,000 1 do 5,000 8 do 1,000 56 do 100 113 do 20 1 prize of $10,000 1 do 3,046 16 do 500 57 do 50* &c. &c. J tc/ceis only 84, unices 82 Quarters 81 • Adventurers make haste, and lose not the precious opportunity to make your fortunes, bv calling at RUNNELLS’ OLD ESTABLISHED PRIZE OFFICE, ALEXANDRIA, OR WASHING TON CITY, Where 'I'ickets in all the various lotteries are constant ly on sale. • (D*N. B. Orders (post paid) enclosing the cash or prize tickets, for one or more tickets, will be thankful ly received and promptly attended to, ifaddressed to march 21J. H. RUNNELLS. The first Lottery to be drawn is The Union Canal Lottery of Penn. which draws on the 29th inst. Highest prize 20,000 DOLLARS, Tickets only 4 dollars—shares in proportion. For sale at CORSE’S . ' OFFICE. McKnight’s Building, King street, two doors West of Royul street, partly occupied by J. W l.ogan, as a SNUFF & TOBACCO STORE Where ticket No. 18 42 J8, a prize of 200 dollars, in the last Providence Lottery, was divided, and the Cash paid as soon as pressed. A few chances may yet be had in the Washington Canal and Oxford Acad emy Lottery, which drew on the 15th. dj’Orders per mail (post paid) enclosing the cash or Prize tickets in any of the late lotteries will meet with prompt attention, if addressed to march 20 JNO. CORSE, Alaxandria, D. C. ICpTHE NEXT LOTTERY..^* • Tickets only Four Dollars. Capital Prize $£0,000. UNION CANAL LOTTRRY— Twentieth Chu Will be drawn in Philadelphia on the 29th of this mouth. The scheme contains the handsome Prizes of $20,000, $10,000, $5,000, $3,046, 8 of $1,000 16 of $500, 56 of 100, &c. See. To be had at_ TYLER’S TEMPLE OF FORTUNE, 1 wo doors East of - Brown's Hotel Pennsylvania Avenue, Or at either of his Offices, Bridge street, George- • town, or King and Royal-streets, Alexamlna. Cash, as usual, advanced for prizes in all responsible Lotteries as soon as drawn, uuyrch 21