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MONDAY* MOUSING, JULY 17, 18-36.
The eloquent, impressive, and very appro priate Oration, pronounced in Richmond on Wednesday-last, by Governor Tyler, as a tri bute to the memory ot the illustrious Jf.ffer so.v, will be found on the opposite page. We regret the want of room for the entire ceremo nies. They were imposing, and peculiarly well adapted to the melancfody and great occasion. John Serg<*aut, Esq. of Philadelphia, has con sented to deliver in the Hall ol Independence co* he 24th inst an Oration on the death of Thomas Jf.fff.rsox and Johx Adams. The Hu!! is to be lined with black, and the? arrange jncnts in other respects are to correspond with the magnitude of the object. Mr. Murphy, of North Carolina, is engaged •r writing a History of that State. The Cape Tear Recorder states, that he is'prevented at present by sickness from prosecuting his un dertaking, which is looked forward to with much interest. We now have well written his tories of nearly all the states, which will be in valuable to that adventurous author, who, at «ume future period, may undertake a general history of the United Stairs. , Buenos Ayres papers to the 2d of May have been received at Boston. They contain very little interesting matter,and nothing of political importance. Don Manuel Moreno had been '.ppointed Minister Plenipotentiary to the Uni ted States; and Mr. Saratea, Charge d’Affaires of the Government of Buenos Ayres in Lon don, had been promoted to the dignity of Mi nister Plenipotentiary at the same Court. Don Manuel J. Gatcia declined accepting the ap pointment of Minister Plenipotentiary to the Congress of Panama, w hich w as offered to him. 'The Chilian Squadron purchased by thg Bue nos Ayreans, had actually sailed for the La Pla ta from Valparaiso, under the command of Ad miral Guise, consisting of three frigates, three corvettes and four brigs. By the arrival of the Packet ship Bayard, at New-York, in luriy days from Havre, Paris dates to the 31st of May, inclusive, have been received. They afford nothing important. The proposition of M. de Noailles, which at our last accounts was pending before the Cham ber of Deputies, for an allowance to the French Consuls*in the Levant of a sum of money, to redeem Greek captives, was rejected by a great majority. Out ol 300 present not more than 50 rose in its favor. In the course of the dis cussion (which was curious,) M. dc Yillele, in opposing the proposition, said, in relation to the Greeks, ‘‘diplomacy will soon put an end to the evils that are deplored, and willobtain that pa cification which seems so much desired; the Cabinets of Europe have not been so indifferent to the interest* of the Greeks as orators have proclaimed. I venture to declare this much.” Napoli and Athens are both menaced by the Turks and Egyptians. There is reason to hope a portion of the ganison of Missolonghi es caped. This hope is founded upon the solici tude of Ibrahim to prevent any communication with the coast. Ibrahim had, according to the Journal des Dcbats, given orders to kill all his prisoners and even unarmed peasants, in order *to complete the number of six thousand heads and pairs of ears, that the Sultan had ordered him to send to Constantinople. It appears he could not makeup his number at Missolonghi. It appears savs the Austrian Observer, that Ibrahim's intention is to convey his troops to wards tne isthmus of Corinth, by ascending the gulf of Lepanto. Thence his army niavju two or thtce davs march, reach Napoli de Roman ia and commence the siege, while the fleet pas sing round the peninsula, would undertake to blockade it. Tlie Seraskier will it is said march upon Athens and invest its citadel, com bining his operations with those o! the Pacha of Nrgropont. The position of Napoli howev er is so strong, that it will not easily be carried. i*he citadel is impregnable and can only be reduced by famine. A rumour is circulating in i an>, »m<,u n *<• prove true, will soften the regrets ofthe calam ity of Missolonghi. i he greater part ot ihc garrison is said to have succeeded in penetrat ing the assailing army, and saving the women and children that accompanied them. 1 his precious remain of an heroic population had arrived at Sal on a. Mr. Board man, of the house of Boardman St I\>r>e, of Boston, died suddenly on the 27th of May near Rouen. Mr. B had been travelling in Kurope, and was «n his way to Havre, to em bark for the U. Sta’es. The death of Canaris, hy a cannon bad, in a naval engagement, 5c the failure ot the attempt to invest the fortress of Carababa, bv Col. Feb vier, in consequence ofthe treachery ol two ot his Captains, are confirmed. A letter from Bucharest says, that notwith standing the feigned submission of the Divan to the demands of the Russian cabinet, the 1 urks continue to victual the fortresses ontheDanube. The Russian forces are also held ready for a campaign. M. de Minziacky was expected at Bucharest, to ascertain whether the provinces had really been evacuated according to tbe pro visions of the treaty. T\tract of a private letter of the 18th instant from Madrid:—The Duke de l’lnlantado has a gain sent in his resignation, upon the pretext of visiting his estates in Italy, Germany and the Netherlands; but it is believed that it will rest bv ^ceeyted by the King. A hope was enter tained that the decree of banishment, issued a gainst great number of the inhabitants of Madrid, would be revoked; contrary to which, however, when .least expected,orders have been given to the Commissaries of Police of the ca pital toexpd from Madrid all the persons com ptrfhended in the decree issued at Port Santa i Maria on the 1st of October, 1823, whose rest-1 dcnce in the capital has not been authorised by the King. This measure has spread consterna tion among many families. A great deal is talked of here relative to a packet of papers 1 seized in Biscay, which are said to disclose a plot formed between th$ Constitutionalists of the Peninsula and those who have taken refuge in England and Portugal ” At Munich, on the 13th inst. the able natu ralist, Dr. Yon Spix, whose name is well known J from his travels in Brazil, in company with Dr. Martius, died of a nervous fever. On the 15th ult. a fire broke out at the Great Hungarian Market-town of Nagy-Koros. A high wind prevailing, and the fire having com menced in a stable in the middle of the town, where the houses were crowded together, U spread with such rapidity, that in a few hours i above 1000 buildings were reduced to ashes, in ' spite of all the exertions of the inhabitants, ah * though it was in the middle of the day. A friend furnishes us with the following interesting ex tract from the -American Journal of Education, Vol. 1st, No. 6. “It is also in the domestic sphere,that physi cal education generally receives its principal at tention. We know not why it should ever be disjoined from intellectual and moral culture; why it so often knows no longer date than those anxieties which the helplessness of infan cy, or the dangers of childhood create. Great sufferings frequently ensue, from the neglect of those early habits which increase strength, and fortify tlie constitution. The unfentinine cha racter of those gymnastic exercises, which in Europe have been so successfully pursued by male students, entirely preclude females from their benefits. Vet regularity, or at least some appearance of system, may be given to those • exercises which are congenial to their state.— Health of body has in their case not only the same influence over vigor of mind, as in that of the ‘lordly sex,’hut is, moreover, enhanced by that class of considerations which constituted their sole value in the scale of being according to the gradations of the politic Lycurgus. Re gular habits of walking, or riding on horseback, should be encouraged as far as possible, and in unfavorable weather their horses might be made their gymnasia. Modern education might be improved bv a slight infusion of the Spartan contempt of hardship. It is presumed that young ladies would find their health promoted by attending to the entire arrangement of their own apartments; and that also by relieving their domestic guardians of a part of their pressure ol care, the better dispositions of the heart would gain salutary expansion. Were it not for the dahger of being accounted Goths or Vandals, we should venture to recommend that ; long banished article of furniture, the great spinning-wheel. Should any sprightly young lady honor these pages with her attention, we imagine we can trace the sneer of contempt til ready rising over her polished brow, and curl ing her ruby lip. . Nevertheless, we proceed in our praises of this despised instrument, patron ised in ancient times by noble matrons and fair princesses, and often in later days ‘ discoursing most eloquent music,’ to the ear of the thrifty husband. An antiquated 'writer once denomi nated it ‘ Hygei»’s Harp,’ and our descant upon its met its is confined to its affinity with health. i We have known its moderate use for a few • summers, in daily lessons of an hour each, ex cccdiugly useful in counteracting a tendency to pulmonary complaints, by the erect posture, prominence of chest, and general arterial cir* culation which it induced. We are the more sensitive on the subject of physical welfare, be cause we are confident that the course of city education, too generally, nourishes a sickly del icacy,which if it sooner or later assume not some form of morbid temperament, w ill yet be sure to lay its withering band upon energy of cha racter. While the daughters of our mother countrv, their cheeks glowing in the brisk air of j autumn, are performing what we should consi gner equestrian feats, our own fairest and dedr 1 est, may be found seated day after da), in alarm • ing proximity to a highly heated stove, while they hang over the last novel, half in danger of the fate of Niobe. Sedentary habits, and the rust of indolence are permitted to stcul over those, to whom education should give ‘firmness , of nerve, and energy of soul.’ The indifference to both luxury and hardship* which dislingush a temperate and noble mind, art best ac (foiled in early life, and would be best taught by parental guides, were it not for that false indulgence which too often leads them to yield their offspring a present gratification, at the expense of future good—that spirit of Esau still lingering among us, imitating his traffic but not edified by his repentance. TA\e Committee appointed ly$ ihe Common Council, to make arrangements for paying suitable respect to our deceased worthies John Adams Sc Thomas Jefferson, met agreeable to notice on Saturday the 15ih inst. and finding further time necessary to com I plete the said arrangements, adjourned to meet [ again on Tuesday evening the ISth inst. at 4 [ o’clock, JOHN ROBERTS, Chairman., i II. Peaxf. Secy • . «&:■■■■■■■■■■. . _■ .. - " l’ovt of Alexamtvia. ARRIVED, / July l-'Jtb—Schr. Washington Packet^ Shove, New port via Norfolk; molasses and domestic goods to A. C. Cazenove k Co. 16th—Sloop Klira, Swift, Baltimore; to the master. Schr. Emeline, Jordon, Thomaston, 10 days; lime to John H. Ladd. SAILED, ?chr Velocity, Hammond, Boston. Schr Caravan, Gray, Boston. Tolleut,” a* two story brick dwelling and lot ie north side* of Prince-street and west of Patrick-street, at their intersec Possession mav be had the first of JOSEPHJANNKY. 7th tno 17 mlf . THE ALEXANDRIA IVTUSEUIVT, Worths of public patronage, is open every day, lromlO to 12 forenoon, and from 3 to 5 afternoon. Toy Treig\ii oy CWYteY, The Sloop EAGLE, Warder, master; a good vessel, sails well; will carry about 550 barrels, and be ready to load in a few days, july 17 Apply to ‘ WH. L- KENNEDY. Toy TYO\i(Vence ^ exv^oYt, • The regular trader, Schr. HASHINGTOX PACKET\ lying at Irwin’s wharf, and now unloading. .For iigbt freight or passage, apply to , 1 . * a. C. CAZKNOVB fc Co. Who have just received per saidSchoonerf, 55 bales brown shirtings and sheetings 40 cases superior bleamicd *4U 5 do assorted satinets 20 hhds. retailing molasses Also by the Schooner Velocity, from Boston, 5 bales Russia sheeting . And bv the Fanners Ingenuity from Brandywine Mills, 120 kegs Dupont’s justly celebrated Gunpowder of different grades. _ July 17 Toy Freight, • The &'hr EMELIRE, Ephraim Jordon, master, burthen 900 barrels; will be ready in three days for a freight to Un.Eastern port.. App*^ . Who offers for sale, received per said schooner, 600 casks fresh Thomaston lime, m first rate order. july 17___ lVwnnrWs’s office, drawing ox Saturday next, Bv the Alphabetical System, secured by letters patent under the seal of the United States. Frederick burg Street Lottery, Class for July, 1326. It will be recollected that this Lottery’ has been on sale but a little more than two weeks, and such lias been the popularity of the system, and extraordinary demand for the tickets, that the managers are induced to announce the drawing on the 22d instant, ;a week earlier than at first proposed,) at which time it will positively take place at the Town Hall in Fredericks burg. But few tickets remain on hand, and those who wish an interest in this scheme should lose no time in se curing it. Tickets only $2, and can be had in a varie ty of numbers, if applied for immediately at J. II. RUNNELLS’ LOTTERY and EXCHANGE Off ICE, king street, Alexandria. (Tj*All orders promptly attended to, if addressed to J. II. RUNNELLS, King-st. Alex’a, I). C. \iO\ \ v\vy Inf or mat \o n VN Official List of-the drawing of the .Grand State Lottery of Maryland, No. 7, may be seen at TY LKK’S TEMPLE'OF FORTUNE, Pennsylvania A venne, Washington City, where those holders of prizes are requested to hand them in for payment, or invest them for tickets in the first Lottery to be drawn, \iz— IiitevaVuTe I*otteY\, *v*o. 4 Will be drawn Next Wednesday, the 19th inst. Sixty Numbers, 8 ballots.—Prizes: 1 of g 20,000, 1 of 4,000, I of S6,000, l of 2,000, with 51,000, 5500, $200, &c. Lc. Tickets $5, shares in proportion—£j*LucUy Numbers for sale at TYLER’S TEMPLE OP FORTUNE, Pennsylvania Avenue Washington City. Where, also, may be had, tickets in the Fredericksburg Street Lottery, To he drawn on the 22d instant. Ca\ntu\ iVize 500 Dolls. Tickets only $2; halves 1 00; quarters 50 cents, Cash, as usual, advanced for prizes on demand. All orders promotly attended to: Address TV O. TX\iE»H, ju]y Washington City. 100 Vbs. Cotton in Oats, For interlining quilts, for sale by 7 mo 15 GF.O.S. HOUGH. SwnneWs’ Office, AVexaiuVria. tpilB drawing of the Maryland State Lottery, No. 7, L took place at Baltimore on the 12th instant. The following Nos. drew the principal Capital Prizes, viz: No. 31.320 prize of $30,000. 5.892 prize of 25.409) 33.319 VP"2" $10,000. $5,000 $1,000 '29.038 29.989 32.372 3.7051 472 5.486 16.030 23.018 > 24.872 2*1.013 3 • The higiicst prize being an even number,* all tickets ending with 2, 4, 6, 8, or 0, are prizes of $4, in addi tion to any other prize that may be drawn to their No. Tickets in a variety of numbers, in the various lotte ries soon to be drawn, for sale at J. H. RUXNELLS’S, july 15 King-street, Alexandria. Wtu Ao^vie & t,o. HAVE this day landing from schooner Velocity and offer for sale— 100 chests Young Hvsoifl 100 half do do [TEA, IMPORTED in 10 half do Imperial f 1820. 50 ten catty boxes do J 1 case large size chcppas 1 do mid ling do do 1 do small do do 1 do fine black nankin silk levantuie 1 do black and colored, flowered and vine striped nankin fl or cnees 48 hhds. prime St. Croix } aj> 100 barrels Brazil dry > 50 casks nails assorted sizes july 14____ ¥reneAv ^iadewa \\ me. A r| HALF PIPES, 10 quarter pipes, and 10 Indian 1U barrels French Madeira Wine—landing from schooner Velocity, for aide by julv 14 _C. & I- P- THOMPSON*. Sugar and Molasses. 4 r HHDS. Antigua Sugar and 50 do. do. Molasses, JL *) of very superior quality. This day landing from schooner Enterprise at Union w harf, and for sale by 7mo 14 M. MILLER & SON. M.oAasses. Just received per Schooner Enterprise— |(5> HHDS. and 2 barrels Antigua Molasses. I Ai 4 do. do sugar July 13 _J. S. .MILLER. Turnip Seed.. ARGE Flat White Turnip Seed for sale by A 6 mo 29 M. MILLER Sc SOM. Muscovado 8ugai’&. IIIIDS. and 20 barrels prime Muscovado Sugar— just received and for sale by J R. I. T. WILSON. N. Orleans and St Croix sugar in.hhds. and bbla. july 13__ * ♦Almonds, Y Alberts, &c. A /> BALES soft shell almonds 1U 10 do filberts .. . . . . 6 barrels Dutch linseed oil, just received and ror sale by A C. CA7.E.NOVE fc Co. july 8 ' York, Soa\v, «!tc. BBLS. New-York prime Pork,' 20 boxes hard yellow Soap, 1000 lbs. Tallow, 10 boxes sperm. Candles, received per Eagle, from New-York, and for sale by [July 17] WM L. KENNEDY. B0 Clifton Lodge For Lease, For three or Jive years. This farm, the residence of the late Mrs. James Patton, will be offered for lease to the highest bid" der, on Thursday the 10/A August next, at the dwelling house. The farm contains be tween 200 and 300 acres, with extensive improvements, such as dwelling house, ovcrsecr’s-house, and all other necessary houses for the use of the farm—with orchards of every variety of fruit, with an excellent vegetable and fruit garden. The farming land is in good condi tion, and with proper cultivation xvery productive.— The situation is very healthy, and from its contiguity to the Alexandria market—not more than between three and four miles distant—certainly is one of the most desirable farms in Virginia. The gentleman residing on the premises will, at any time, shew the land to any one disposed to view it. It will be offered at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, july 17 * CP2awts John S. Miller HAS IN STORE, AND OFFERS FOR SALE, 80 BBLS. prime pork 40 do- mess do 100 do • herrings 40 do shad 10 tierces rice 10 hhds molassefl 150 Porto Rico hides 150 Oronoke do 40 sacks fine salt 2000 bushels Turk’s Island do . 500 bushels corn ^ * 5 tierces ? Jamaica coffee 10 barrels $ 100 bags St. Domingo do 16 tons logwood \ ) seroonsSt. Domingo & Cuba tobacco, 2 qr. casks Malaga wine, July 14. F oy Y V\ i\ftdeY\Au ft, The regular packet Schooner FARMERS INGENUITY, T. C. Petit, master, will sail on Tuesday next: .For freight or passage app’.v on board, or to ROBINSON h SHINN. July 14 Vowell*s Wharf. For Freight tie Charter, The new «chr. JjrU ENTER PRIZE, Thomas I.. Ilall, master, will be.in readiness »'»4v1.rqfcIto receive a cargo in a few days. Apply to fjuly id _ JOHN S. MILLER. lor vveight, THE SC HR jJNN, ■b tj Jonathan Small; master; burthen 1000 bids.; n/l\\ will be ready to load in three days and taVe freight to Boston orany Eastern port, on ap „ sxr?a*5a plication to july 12 JOHN II. LA1)1). , Notice. 4 PPLICATION will be made to the President and .'V Directors of the l.ittle lliver Turnpike Company, for the renewal of a certificate of one share of Stock, standing in the name ot Geo. Slacum,issued in the ycai 18U2; also, one half share, standing in the name of Geo. Slacutn’s estate, No. 1j4>, dated 1 ebruary ~b, 1818, which have been lost or mislaid. jnne 29—co-lxv JANE »■ SLACUM. C\\r/AV fcUoea 'll’ ILL be offered for sale, a short time, to close a II concern, at the old stand lately occupied by S. h D. Heed, oil Fairfax street, three doors south of King street, Ladies’prunella, morocco, and kid shoes Men’s fine amt coarse do Misses’, boys’, and children’s do All of which will he sold low, for CASH only, junc 1—cotf D. IMJED, Agent. To Went, a That convenient and spacious brick House and hall’square of ground, situate on the cast side of Washington street, and between Oro noko and Pendleton streets. Also—That two story li. ic House and other inl provement, Gaulcn and halt square of ground, on the south side of Wolf, north side of Henry, and cast side of Fayette streets. . I Also, the brick Warelioti.se and lot, on the east side of Water street, opposite the farmers’ Bank. Also, the brick house and other improvements, with four acres of ground, situate partly in Fairfax anil part ly in Alexandria counties, known by the designation of Spring Garden. Also, a large frame Warelmue, situate on Cameron strsi t, between Water and Union streets. Also, the Lot and Wharf, with a spacious frame Warehouse on Union street, to the north of Thompson's wharf. # . . Also, a very large and convenient three story brick Warehouse on llamsay’s wharf, binding on King-street. Immediate possession can be had ot the above p.o* pertv at low rents. july 14—stwtf Apply at the Rank of Alexandria. \ft\ual)\fc Vvwau V ov bvuc. The subscriber desinng to (lremove to the South, offers for sale, .. „ * ut .i reduced price, the Farm on which lie lives, known uuder the name of SPRINGFIELD.. i» 'alu ublc in consequence ot its proximity to the three gi cat markets of the District—being distant from Alexandria and Washington 7 miles, and 5 from Georgetown. I lie - ' ~ irfax, Virginia, aird m the land lies in the county ot Faivl—, - ? . forks of the road leading from Alexandria to Leesburg, and from Washington to the Little River 1 urnpike, Containing betu'cen 3 and 400 Acres: There are four fields for cultivation, under tolerable good fences an orchard of 120 young and well-chosen apple trees, separately inclosed; SOOyonngpeach trees of the Heath English Portugal, black pickling and yel low’preserving peach trees-a-togethcr ",lh a. of cherrv, apricot, nectarine, quince, pear and damson trees. ' The dwelling house is roomy, having tour rooms and a passage on the first floor, a ^ge cellar underneath, with convenient bed rooms *bo\e. There are also a good kitchen, smoke-house, barn, sta ble, cow house, poultry-house, and spring dairy, over one of the best springs in Fairfax, between /0 and 80 acres of the above land is in wood. 1 here are -wo MILL SEATS on the place, one of perhaps 50 feet fill with the best building stone (torttam and house) on the spot—The second seat has not so much fall, but embraces South as well as North jun, winch irives double the quantum of water. I he Garden is hrge and strongly fenced, with posts and tended for a market and kitchen garden, perhaps there are few better garden spots in the county. I here are two Meadows, sown in timothy last fall. Also, • T A LOT in Alexandria, fronting 59 feet no Fairfax-strect and running 111 back to B ■ ■ ■ cluppel Alley. There are three small IE ll|l| x PATENTS on this property, renting for 54 dnllar^er year. Any person wishing to see the farm, ft wilTbe shou n to them by the subscriber on the pre mises. The lot in town will be shown by Daniel Minor, h'lMhe aforesaid property is not disposed of by pn vate bargain before the 14th of Septembe^ext .t will on that dav be offered for sale on the premhes, to the highest bidder. At the same time will be sold perhaps on a credit, all the ' Stock—House, kitchen and Farming Utensils, btr,T3i?utrb5Criber' LESLEY ADAMS. AUCTIONS __ Trustee’s feale. ON TUESDAY, the 25 th day of this month, tithe Rkadihc-Room in Alexandria, at 4 o'clock, P. Jr. the subscriber will offer for sale at public auction, for Cash, 109 shares Fire Insurance Company of Alex’a. stock 6 do Alexandria & Norfolk Steam-Boat stock 1$ do Little ttiver Turnpike Road Comp’y. stock 3 do Ashbj Gap do dtv do do 17 do Alexandria St Fauquiei*do do do 8 do Boonsborough do do do JOSEPH JANNEY, Trustee, july 17 dts Trustee’s Sale. ON TUESDAY the 1st day of August next, at the Auction Store, in Alexandria, at 11 o’clock, A M the subscriber w ill offer for sale, at public auction, SUNDRY NEGROES ronsisting Tit Men and Women, somtf of whom are slaves for life, and some have to serve for a term of years; the purchasers will be required to jfive bond ind security not to remove them from the lUstrict of Columbia, and CountV of Fairfax in Virginia. Also—SUSDRY CATTLE. Terms of sale Cash. Such title will be given by theTrusteee as is vested in him by the deed of trust under w'hich he acts. By or der of the Trustee. S. A. MARSTELLER, auc. j uly 1 _2awtlA «Mua*s\\ivVs fe*v\e. * \ II.I. be sold on the premise* for cash, on Satur* f V day tiie 22d day of July next, at 1U o’clock, all the right title and interest of Robert biockct in one Mframe house and lot of ground, situated at thd norhuest corner of the intersection of Washing ton ami Queen-streets, to satisfy an execution in favor of Lindsay i; Hill. D. MINOR, I). M. june 26—ts For T. Ringgold, Marshal. Trust fettle. BY virtue ofa deed of trust given to the urdtrsign ed, to secure certain debts due to Richard H. Henderson and Thomas Henderson, executors of Alex ander Henderson, dec’d. dated the 19th August, 1822, and recorded in the County Court of Fairisr, they, the undersigned, will On the third MonJtiy in August next, at Fairfax Court-House, offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the Tract of Land in said deed mentioned, or to much thereof as will suffice to pay all the unpaid part of said bonds that have been due for six months, and the expenses of the trust. Said deed of trust is given by Robert Kincheloc, the tract of land is that commonly called ^loOYdull, which contains upwards ot Acres, and is now in the possession of said Kiucheloe. The undersigned will make suc'i title as is vested in them, but which is be lieved to by sound and indisputable. jamks sangstf.r. june 24—ts A MASH Al)l AH MOORE. LOTTERY DRAWING. Grand Stale Lotte ry of Maryland, No. 7. Which took pluck in Baltimore July lJtb. No. 31,320 came up a prize of #30,000 5,892 • 10,000 1 5>0C0 Si),.>19 S Holders of tickets arc requested to call and examine the official list for the above and smaller prizes, aiul re ceive the cash or renew in the '!>. York lateral lire Lottery, To be drawn the 19th instant, Uiglvcst lVvzfc $20,000. Tickets #5, Shares in proportion—Or the neat little Fredericksburg Street Lottery, On the Alphabetical system—highest prize 500 dollars only 1000 tickets, and but one blank to a prize.-— Tickets 2 dollars,halves 1, qtiai ti-rs50cts—to be had at TYLER’S Office—Corner of King and Uoyal-streels, .‘l lex a. Sugar and Coffee. A IIHDS. and 15 barrels prime Sugar 1/ 24 bags prime Green Coffee, landing from schr Napoleon, from Matanzas, and for sale bv July 10__ LINDSAY 8t HILL. Transparent Yale Ale. w IIHDS and 5 barrels transparent pale ale, landing s? this day per schr. Esther & Sally from Philadelphia, and for sale by SAMUEL M. JAJJNEY. Tino 4 __ W heat Wanted. EINHE highest market price will he given for Wheat 1 by ROBINSON A SHINN, jnlv 4 Vowell’s Wharf. Sugar omWWuskq •T IIHDS. Muscovado Sugar, 55 bbls Whiskey, land •} ing from sloop Vernon, and for sale,by july 7 ROBINSON & SHINN, VowellVWliarf lioxes Sugar aiuYlltmey (j\i \ BOXES white sugar I 4 hhds.and 2 tierces honey, superior quality Landing from sloop Regulator Munro, from Matan zas, and for sale by july 4 LINDSAY A HILL.' Vor$a\e, A HANDSOME pair of well matched BAY PO j\ NI32S.- Apply at Alexander West's stable, june 21 _ _ The house occupied by Thomas M. Davis, corner of prince and Union-streets— a first rate stand for the retail grocery busi ness. J. Sc J. HARPER. 3taw2w July 7 To lict, And possession had immediately, a A MERCHANT MILL with two run of 6 and one run of 4$ feet _of Durrs, and one run of country stones, situated on the waters of Holmes’s run, about 2J miles *'rom Alexandria; there is attached to the mill about SEVENTY ACHES OE LAND, on which there is an Orchard and comfortable Dwelling House. For termsapplyto HANNAH WII.SON, or July 6 THOMAS I It WIN. Kensington Union Cut and Plain Flint Glass Manufactory, near Philadelphia. The Stockholders of the Un'on Flint Glass Manufactory, would inform the deal ers in Philadelphia and elsewhere, that their manufactory of Cut and Plain Hint Glassware, will be in operation in all Scp tember next, at which time they will be a ble to supply the trade in general with any • article required, equal to any either im ported or manufactured in this country. The dealers and public in grneral will please to ob serve that some of the principal stockholders were the Managers of the Cut and Plain DcpurtmentsintheNew England Glass Works at Boston for more than 8 years. As the business will be under the care of the same managers, they feel no hesitation to say, that they shall not only be able to do as at that place, hut to excel any specimens yet manufactured. N. B. All kind* of chemical apparatus at the shortest notice to any PaWf,rP:t, ___ EMMETT, GRANVILLE V Co. eo3t july 11