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BSjl&Wftt • ^^jjgifBff SjF^i', 1 tf&jgpyZ*'\ * kt¥ait ce qa’il taut, arrive ce qa’il ^ourra-1’ ^a,» aa* sa©®!®^ aa®Msass®9 ®a®®ms!ii& 4j9 a©s®o • • s?®a wj» [printed and published daHix NOWDEN & THORNTON. ^——c—— For Freight, The fine schooner RAH Sc PRISCILLA, master; burthen 750 barrels, would the West Indies ora South States. ROBINSON St SHINN, l! WLE & Co. cargo of nov 13 Fov YvoVv&encfe, The Sloop HARMONY, les, master, will be ready for a cargo in a Javs,* Will take 400 bbls on freight— |y to W. FOWLE Sc Co. ceived and for sale on board said sloop— Is N. E. rum No. 1 herring cider nphcs onions_ __ For Freight, 4 The very superior schooner PLANET; Moses Pike Sd, Master, burthen 1200 barrels, will be in readiness in three days for a freight JO. port. Apply to JOHN H. LAUD. Who offtrs fir sale on board said schooner, 75 tons plaister 250 bushels potatoes 500 bunches onions 10 barrels beets 6 barrels apples_nov 2 Tor Freight, The fine faat sailing schooner CYGNET; Cowart, master; burthen 650 bbls. would prefer a freight to a southern port in the U. Applv on board or to 3 ROBINSON 8c SHINN, Vo well's Wharf. Tot ¥r eight, The fine schr ALLIGATOR, Turpin, master; burthen 700 bbls. will be “ »a(jv for the reception of a cargo in 3 days. EC* ' 1 ROBINSON & SHINN, Vo well's wharf. Potatoes. iJAABUSHELS Penobscot Potatoes, of superior WlU quality, 21 barrels shad, landing from schr. flito, for sale by **. LADD. Toy ¥Teig\it, The Schooner PLATO, Capt. Nickerson; burthen 400 bbls. will be ready in a few days for a freight to Boston or ‘ my Eastern Port. Apply as above, nov 4 Plaister Paris. TONS, on board the schooner Sctot, for sale by * S. MESSKKSM1TH. For Freight. The Schooner SCIOT\ Captain Clark; burthen about 900 bbls; she a a first rate vessel, and will take a freight For any northern port. Apply as above. The Steamboat POTOMAC, CjSPT. URIAH JESKWS* ft&ING nowin very complete order, with a new cop & per boiler on the most approved plan, w.il com fcnce running between the City of Washing to , ~ tairia, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on w ec * >*Uvthe 19th inst. Leaving Washington at ^ and toidria at 5 o’clock on every Wednesday afternoon; wive at Old Point Comfort and Norfolk the following *emoon. Leave Norfolk the next morning at six o ^ck, and arrive at City Point and Richmond on the <Waiog ofthe same day. Returning, will leave Rich at six o’clock on Sunday morning, touching at Point, and arrive at Norfolk the same evening. ^Norfolkat9 o’clock on Monday morning, touch V U Old Point Comfort, and arrive at Alexandria and lLdiiugton the next morning in time tor passengers to iXfcted onto Baltimore. FARR' fN® Washington or Alexandria to Richmond, meals included, . . „ from Washington or Alexandria to Old Point ^Nor folk, do 6.0U 'm® Washington or Alexandria, to all intermediate places (where passengers can be landed with con venience) between Alexandria and Old I oint or Norfolk do O 00 Washington to JamesTown do 8 00 W“tiugtoutoCity Pomt ir1TTl%'j,geZt Timothy feeeoT ~~ i C BUS URLS fresh Timothy Seed just received * w and for sale by . »>,, nov 1 LINDSAY Sc HILL. AWfct Nurse Wanted. A Healthy Woman, with a breast of fresh milk, who can come well recommended, niav ear o a l°od situation on application to the editors ° i!® i £<* by letter addressed to A. B-, Fairfax Court- | nov9 h nov a T>ry Groo&s. JOHN M. JOHNSON & Co. A RF. now opening a large stock of Dry Goods, ofFo ^ljL reign ami Domestic manufacture, and by the next packets from New-York, they will receive a further supply, which will make their assortment very exten sive. Their Goods being bought in an advantageous man ner, enables them to sell on very favorable terms, dec l dtf Wm. Kowle Co. HAVE in store, and offer for sale, 150 chests T Young hyson tea, of re 75 half do > cent importation and su 50 ten cattty boxes S perior quality. 10 half chests 50 ten catty boxes Imperial and gunpowder tea. o cases cnoppas 6 cases burlaps 300 pieces X U Bruesgin’s and other qualities Russia Duck 20 do half duck 350 do heavy and light ravens do 350 do brown and bleached sheetings 16 tons St. Petersburgh clean hemp 10 cases Bridport shad and herring seine twine 600 sides red sole leather 25000 lbs Si. Domingo and Havana coffee 12000 lbs Sumatra pepper 7 hurts 100 bbls Muscovado sugars r^eignette brandy Half pipes and quarter casks Ker’s & Co. supe rior Madeira wine 20 cases sparkling Champaigne 2100 sacks Liverpool filled blown salt 23000 bushels Turks Island, St. Ubes &, Lisbon do 350 casks nails assorted sizes 20 cases tacks and sprigs * TO bblsXo. 1 herrings And of Domestic Goods, a large supply of Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings ,Cassiineres, sattinets, kerseys, and coarse woollen goods of various kinds. _nov 27 A. 13. V3aze\\o\e sc to, HAVE FOR SALE Muscovado sugars of various qualities Refined do do. Retailing molasses, chocolate, Coarse salt, sack salt, N. E. and W. I. Rum Holland and American gin, Cognac brandy Madeira, Sicily Madeira, French Madeira, > jjqncSt Port, Claret, and various other 5 Old Whiskey, salad oil Almonds, raisins, filberts Hyson, Young Hyson and Imperial teas Manufactured tobacco best brands Rice, citron, olives, winter and summer oil Cut nails and brads all sizes Swedes iron, hoop do, nail and spike rods Mess and cargo beef in fine order Baltimore window glass of all sizes Russia hemp, soal leather Sugar loaf and factory paper Common writing paper, sperm and mould candles Castile and yellow soap German pipes and steel, etc._sept 13 Farmers’ Bank Stock for Sate. I^ROM 50to 100 shares of this stock may be had on ' very reasonable terms by application to J. L. McKENNA. dj*The par value of the shares is 50 dollars each, apr 13—tf Wool RT. RAMSAY 8c CO. have for sale, on the Coun . ty Wharf, from 60 to 70 cords of pine wood, of a very superior quality._nov 1 * To Let, And possession had immediately, a A MERCHANT MILL with two run of 6 and one run of 4$ feet ^an»°f Burrs, and one run of country stones, situated on the waters of Holmes's run, about 2$ miles from Alexandria; there is attached to the mill about SEVENTY ACRES OF LAND, on which there is an Orchard and comfortable Dwelling House. For terms apply to HANNAH WILSON, or jXy 6_THOMAS IRWIN._ For Sale or Kent, That desirable Mansion House, Llately in the occupancy of-the late Jona than Swift, esq.deceased, with the gar J.„-TT1-_-f^dens attached to the premises. Also for rent, Two Grass Lots opposite the dwelling house. . Any person having busineas with Mrs. Ann Swift in absence,, will please apply to us. march 11 ___LINDSAY 8c HILL. Tavern to Let. M The subscriber offers to let, that old and well established tavern stand, the INDIAN QUEEN, at the corner of King and 3t. Asaph street, lately occu pied bv Fuel A Perry. The house is commodious, the stables*large and in good repair, and the situation be imr central, offers advantages worthy attention. V or terms apply to ap t8_CATHAKINK McUfcA. "" To Went, The two story brick bouse on King - street at present occupied by Mrs. Margaret gcott_Possession mav be had immediately. j_lu point of health and situation, none is more d&. For terms apply to, R AZEN0VE & Co, For KentT^ A two story Brick Dwelling, on Wolf, between Henry and Wilke-streets; it has a fine garden attached to it. Pos session will tfe given on the 1st day or r.ug 161 hampson. WOTSC ^Market. THE subscriber respectfully1,nforms trie public, that he has taken out a license for Yending Worses, and that he will offer for sale on Tuesdays and Satur days at 9 o’clock, in each week, at the Team-Boat Bote*! Horses of various descriptions. He will always be prepared to attend to the cal Is of his friends at any other time—having* good stables for the accommoda tion of Horses, persons wishing to purchase may gen crajly be supplied at privaetlle.^M ^ STUART ROBERT BARRY, HAS just received his Fall and Winter assortment of British, French, German, Scotch, Irish, & Domestic which he offers to his friends and the public at the most reduced prices. They consist, in part, of the following articles: Superfine London blue and black cloths Do do brown, green, claret, mixed & drab Do do blue and black casshneres [ditto Do do cinnamon, brown and mixed ditto Do do blue & plumb colored pelisse cloth A beautiful assortment of Winter vestings Two cases of very superior Irish linens and lawns Italian lustring and black mode Low priced India black silks Figured and striped silks for ladies* pelisses Bolivar stripes, a new and handsome article Calicoes and ginghams Plain and jaconet cambrics Figured and plain book muslins l)o do Swiss ditto White & scarlet merino shawls, scarfs & handkerchiefs Cassimere shawls, plain and figured Bandana and Spittlefield handkerchiefs Ladies barrage & figured silk shawls &. handkerchiefs Tartan and Circassian plaids [bazetts An elegant assortment of plain, black and figured bom- ] Do do crimson, green and orange do do White, green, red and yellow flannels Rose and point blankets Striped and plain linseys Sykes* best blue cassinet Low priced cassinetsof every description Brown, bleached and colored domestic cottons Blue and white kerseys Burlaps and Scotch linens Drab flushings and green baizes Cotton and linen checks and bcdticks 1500 lbs of Powhatan Cotton Yarn, best quality. All of which, with many other articles too numerous to mention, shall be sold cheap, and on accommodating terms. _oct 13 FALL GOODS. JAMES A. WATERS HAS just received, and is now opening, at his Store, south-east' corner of King and Fairfax streets, a general assortment of Dtitlsh, l?Tene\v, German, and Domestic Goods, Consisting in part, of the following Articles— Sheppard’s superfine blue and black cloths Olive, drab, green, claret, and dai .w grey do French grey, fawn, drab, and blue pelisse do Blue, black, and drab cassimeres Valencia, toilinet, andsiJk vestings Calicoes and ginghams Plaid silks (new and handsome style.) Italian lustring, best quality Sattins, modes, florences, figr’d and plain silks Ladies’ black and lead worsted hosiery Barrage and silk handkerchiefs Linen cambric hdkfs and linen cambrics Flag and bandanno hdkfs Plain and figured book muslins Do do jackonet do Do do Swiss do Jackonet and cotton cambrics Plain bobbinet, and ditto lacc Cloth shawls, plain and borderer 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 unbleached'ccm estic cottons Do do do do bleached do do Plaid domestics and checks Drab and Olive flushings Blue and white kersey, domestic do Plain and stripe linseys, for servants’ clothing Plain and stripe cassinetts Also, a large assortment of TiaYtnwoce. Cotton \arn, Together with a variety of other articles, too nume rous to mention, which will be sold low for CASH, oct 10 _ C. & 1. T*. Thompson, HAVE received per ships Shenandoah and Belvide ra, and other arrivals, their supply of FALL GOODS. AMONG TUEM ARK— Extra Saxony blue, black, olive and mix’d cloths and cassimeres 9uperfine and fine do. and double milled drabs 6-4 drab and olive fearnaughts, pelisse cloths, cassimere Devonshire kerseys, drab and mixed plains [shawls 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, and 13-4 rose blankets 3, 3 1-2 and 4 point do White, scarlet, red; green, yellow and black flannels Swanskins, hocking and drapery baizes Plain and figured black and colored bombazetts A variety of black and white and fancy color’d prints Jackonet cambrics, cambric and book muslins Fancy cravat handkerchiefs 4-4 Irish linens, 5 4 and 6-4 Irish sheetings 8-4, 9-4andl 0-4 damask and diaper table linen Brown andbleached Russia sheetings, brown hollands Bandanna, company flag, Madras, black le\antine, and fancy silk handkerchiefs Black sarsenets and Italian crapes 4-4 super Sea Island shirtings, brown and bleached common do. Plaids, satinetts, ladies’and men’s leather gloves Cotton and worsted hosiery Italian sewing silks, silk twist, sewing cotton Patent Threads, buttons, pins, ribbons Scotch and German osnaburgs Shoe threads, etc._sept lo Y'ur Sa\e—Now Lauding, TONS St. Petersburgh clean Hemp, 10 pipes Hol land gin . ... Fine bleached Russia sheetings of extra quality Heavy Ravens duck, sail cloths &. Russia sheetings 250 casks nails 40 bbls New-England Rum 32 hhds molasses 50 boxes sperm candles 5 cases sattinetts nov 8 A. C. CAZENOAE & CO. Lunup Oil. 5 BBLS. winter pressed ? Gf superior quality 7 do summer do 3 Just received and for sale by Hmo8 _ M. MILLER & SON. TMEALEXANDR1A MUSEUM, ^ Worthy of public patronage, isopen every day» from 10 to 12 forenoon, and from 3 to 5 afternoon. A lAst ot lietteTS Remaining in the Post Office at Alexandria, D. C. 1st Dec. 1826. .TDPersons applying for letters in the fol lowing list, will please say they are Adveiitiskd, or they may not get them. A Caroline P Lee 2 Craven T Allison Joseph Leslie B Horace Lucket B V Brinkerhoof M Capt Peter Barrett 2 * Michael Morris2 j John Brine Geo Mason (Gunston) Capt Jno Beakley William Muntz William L Brent Captain Gorhom Mayo C Briged McLaughlin Loudon Campbell, cooper John McDonald 4 Miss Elizabeth Currie Wm Mason, King-street Whitington Carpenter N Elizabeth Cohagan Capt Enoch Norton William Campbell P Hugh Carolin Mis? Mary Peed Celia (or Cebia) Curchvill Levi Pickering D AW Preuss Miss Ariana Davis Benj O Peers F Capt Alvan Philips Miss Mary Forodoin R Horace Field Ann Robbinson David Fitzhugh J T Ramsay William Follin Eliza Ross U a Jacob Gregg Downing L Sawyer Wm Granville Reuben Stephens Catharine Green Mary Ann Stevenson T B Green, cabinet turner Capt J Spillman James Galt Capt Samuel Summers John B Gray Samuel Summers Isaac George Capt Reuben Smith 2 II Jno Shackelford Richard House Martha B Simms Col Samuel Hunter Mr Smith, Duke-strcet John Horseman William Smith Benjamin Henderson T John Harper Priscilla Trahern Ann Hunt Robert T Thompson John Hull Edward Tolson J Susan Turner Edward Jones V C W James Frederick Vacari Walter Jones JY Robert Johnston Jus Wattles Thomas Janney Joseph H White Samuel Johnson Elijah White K N Waddce Win Keith Thomas White Samuel Kirk J T O Wilbar Charles Knix • Elizabeth White L Maria White Edward Lloyd Y John Longdon VVm Yates dec 1__I). BRYAN, P. M. BRYAN’S APPEAL, fito. JUST received, and for sale, at the Book-stores of Messrs. Kennedy, Douglass, and Stewart, and at the Post-Office— ■ the APPEAL FOR SUFFERING GENIUS, TA\e Trluwv'pVi ot TywAAy. By Du/iiel Bryan. Price 50 Cents. It has already been announced that the profits of'this work—if any should be realized—are to be applied to the relief of the Bosto.v Bard, who is now wholly de pendent upon the benevolence of his country men toi the humblest means of sustenance. If not through sympathy and respect for hapless Ge nius—or from regard to the honor of your country;— O, do, for the sake of Charity—do, through pity for the sufferings of a consumptive, dying, brother-man, and of his aged, widow ed, heart-broken, mother, con tribute your mite to shelter them from the chilling blasts of winter, and the horrors of starvation! nov 21 _ Dy^ tiooAs. ROBERT BARB? HAS just received in addition to his Fall Coods, re cently advertised— Cloths and cassimeres Cassinetts and kerseys Rose and point blankets Striped and plain linseys Calicoes and ginghams Plain and jackonet cambrics Swiss handkerchiefs and common do Black English silk vesting Do do silk velvet Black Italian lutestring Fancy barrage silks Black and colored Canton crapes Irish linen and lawns Bonnet and belt ribbands Bandanno and Spittalfield hhdkf’s. Plain black and figured bombazetts Merino shawls and handkerchiefs Brown, bleached, and colored domestics Scotch and Burlaw linens BEST BALTIMORE COTTON YJIRN, With many other articles, all of which shall be sold at the most reduced prices. nov 24 -——— ■ ■ - —■ ■ ■ ■ English Seine Twine and Shoe Thread. j A FEW hundred pounds superior English Seine j Twine and Shoe Thread, just received and for sale, very cheap, by JAMES W. SCO 1 1, oct 2/ South-west corner of King and Fairfax-sts. f>As\\ for Xegroes. THE subscriber will give the highest cash price for 25 or 30 YOUNG NEGROES. As the prices of Negroes are on the decline, those wishing to sell would do well to give me a call as early as convenient.—I shall be constantly at Elias P. Legg’s in Alexandria, until I complete my purchases. Application personal ly, or by letter, will be immediately attended to. J SAMUEL HUNTER, sept 26_'_ To Rent, | ft - And immediate possession given, that eli i gible three story |BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, IULpM:. at the corner of Kingand NVashington-streets, lately in the occupancy of Mr. Daniel Minor. Also—TWO OFFICES on Washingson-street, ad joining the above. Also—That commodious three story BRICK DWELLING IIUSEt }\ Jll; at the upper end of Duke-street, formerly tlie residence of the late General Young. Good tenants may obtain them at low rents, on ap plication at the Mechanics* Bank to • aug9— co GHA. CHAPIN, Cashier. Winter Strained Oil. A 0} CASKS winter strained oil, on board sloop Globe . from New Bedford, for sale by nov 18_ JOHN S. MILLER. llen\\> YKvck, &c. THIS day landing from the brig Niagara, Capt. En dicott, from Salem, and for salje by W. FOWLE& Co. 15 tons St. Petersburgh clean hemp 60 bolts U X and Bruisgins Duek 240 pieces Russia Sheetings 5000 lbs Sumatra pepper nov 16 , For Sale, Landing f rom Sloop Harmony— A /? CASES “Arawright” fine shirtings, 10 balea 10 IMuckstonc sheetings, 40 pieces blue sattinett. nov 14_A. C. CAZENOVE 8c Co. JScw ana v:Ueap lioods. X H BRENT & 00. SINCE the recent full in Dry Goods, have received by the late arrivals from New-York, the following articles, viz:— Fine and superfine blue and black cloths Drab, brown, and mix'd do Blue, black and mix'd cassimeres Red, green and blue bockings Blue and white plains, drab flushing Cassinets of every description Plain and striped linsey Red, white, green and black flannel . Worsted and lambs wool hosier}’ Plain and figured black bombazetts Tartan and Circassian plaids 8*4, 9.4, 10-4, 11-4,12-4, and 13-4 rose blankets 2$, 3, 3$, 4, and 4 1-2 point do Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings Plaid cottons and cotton checks Sackings, burlaps, oznaburgs and ticklcnburgs Brown and bleached Russia sheetings Irish sheetings, diapers and linens Merino and cashmere shawls, cloth and cotton do Hearth rugs, hangup cords Black and colored Nankin and Canton crapes Black and white Italian do Black Italian lustring of good quality Plain and figured gros de tuples Black, white and green satin Black, blue, and white florence Black and pink ievantines, black mode Black, scarlet, and drab silk velvet Black, scarlet, and drab tabby do Blue and black plush, long lawns, linen cambrics Scotch lawns, linen cambric handkerchiefs Calicoes and ginghams, new style Black and colored bombazines Bandanno and Madrass hdkfs Cotton cambrics, jackonet do Plain and figured book muslins, Swiss do Plain and figured real India do Gentlemen'sbeavqr and dogskin gloves Ladies beaver and kid do Bobbinett lace, thread edgings Bobbins, tapes, cotton and silk cords Colored sewing silks, cotton balls and spools Black and colored sash ribbons A supply of COTTON YARN, of good quality, with a variety of other articles, which will be sold low for CASH. nov 7 Seine. Twine, &c. THE subscriber has lately received, and offers for sale on moderate terms, a fresh supply of Shad and Herring English Seine Twine. ALSO ON HAND— Corkwood and Cordage of all descriptions, together with every other article necessary for the Fisheries. nov 6_GEORGE COLEMAN. New ^lUincvy Stove. SALLY ASD MALY M. JOHXSTOS, 1|1TISH to inform the inhabitants of Alexandria, that f T they have opened a Miiinery Store on Fairfax street, opposite Bryan Hampson & Son’s. Mart/ M. Johnston has just returned from New-York with the latest and most fashionable Hats, and is ready to exhi bit them to the public. The ladies are invited to call and examine for themselves, and they respectfully soli I cita share of the public patronage. oct 2 i - Insurance Stock.. A A(D SHARES of Stock in Marine Insurance Com X AO pany, 120 do. do. in Fire Insurance Company, for sale by sept 26_A. C. CAZKNQVK St Co. ; Early Tall UooCU. ROBERT II. MILLER has just received per ship Shenandoah, direct from Liverpool, | CvaVea & Hogs\\eads IvavVU envrave and Cliina. and 60 boxes PIPES, being taut of bis fall importation, comprising an extensive and handsome assortment, particularly in the articles of China Tea Setts, and Cups and Saucers. i By the ship Governor Strong, he expects 3 to receive by the middle of next month, the balance of his full order, which with his stock of GLASSWAIUC on hand, will enable him to otter an unusually complete assortment of choice Goods. , An early visit from his country friends will be pccu« liarly acceptable. Orders by mail will be thankfully received and par ticularly attended to. * 8 mo 29 The Genius of Libert)’, Fauquier Gaztte, Winches* ter Republican, and Sentinel of the Valley, will insert the above for three.weeks. R- 1 * M. *" —" — ■ » tm ■ I . ■ , ■ . , , ,, 1 1 1 ■ JVotice. tpHE Creditors of IirsiiHon Washington, Jr. an in J. solvent debtor, are hereby notified to present to me their claims against the said insolvent, proved in due form of law, within six months from the date hereof, august 1—ood dm N. S. \\ ftSF. Trustee. VV as 0 o mmltted, TO the jail for the county of Alexandria, D. C as a runaway, on the 24th inst. a negro woman named MARY, who says she belongs to a Mr. Sydnor Baily of Loudoun county, state of Virginia. The said woman appears to be about 22 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high; her clothing is a home-made frock. The owner is desired to come prove property, pay charges, and take her away, otherwises ke will be disposed of as the * law directs. SEAL HOWARD, aen'r. nov 27 Jailor.