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MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1826.
The second session of the nineteenth Con gress commences to-day, and, being the second session, will of course terminate on the 3d day of March next. Manv members of both Houses are at their posts, but the best information we have been able to obtain leaves it doubtlul whe tberquorums will be formed before to-morrow. The President’s Message will be communicat ed we presume, as asual, the day after the or ganixaiion; and it shall be laid before patrons as soon as its publication may be proper. Among tbe topics which it will probably embrace seve ral are of unusual interest;—the condition and prospects of the Mission to the Congress of A merican States; the progress of the Georgia Controversy; the operation of the Revenue Laws; and state of the negotiation with the ; British Government relative to the Colonial Trade. On the last subject, we have no infor mation that we can rely upon, but we have e rough to induce us to believe that the favorable dispatches received from Mr. Gallatin have rendered a proclamation, by the President, un necessary. We feel the fullest confidence that all difficulties will be speedily removed, and that our trade with the West Indies will be placed upon a better footing than it was pre vious to the interruption. Besides the ordinary subjects of legislation, several important measures will occupy the at tention of Congress, to wit: The Bankrupt Law; the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal; the claims of the surviving officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary Army; the Judiciary Bill; the protection of Woolen Manufactures; the Amendment of the Constitution, in regard to the Presidential Election; and the formation of inefficient Government for the Indian Tribes beyond the Mississippi river. Upon the pro bable result of the measures, ve offer no spe culations, but promise to keep the public cor rectly informed of the passing events connect ed with them. It is the opinion of many, that the time ofCongress will be judiciously^p propriated, and that the debates will be less stormy than the last; but it is an opinion in which we cannot concur. Our present impres sion is that the great and dying effort of the opposition will be early made, with a view to the Virginia and Kentucky Elections, and the propriety of substituting some other Candi date in the place of General Jackson. The Administration, however, has nothing to fear. It is strong in the confidence of the people, and so long as its measures are directed, as they i have been to the welfare of the country, that | confidence will increase, let who will be at the j head of the opposing party. The Legislature of Virginia convenes this day; that of Pennsylvania, to-morrow. A part of the business of each is the election of a nitional senator to serve lor six years, from the fourth of March 1827. Mr. Ingham, thz friend ofGeneral Jackson, and guardian of Mr. Kre mer, will probably be elected to represent Pennsylvania, and it is more than probable that P. P. Barbour Esq. will take the place of Mr. Randolph. The movements of the Loid of Roanoke are as secret as his poli tical motives; but it is said in whispers that he will not return immediately; thereby secur ing a salvo for his own feelings, and a pretext for his abandonment by the Legislature. If evidences were wanted of the declining popularty of General Jackson in Philadelphia, they might be found in the fact, that his parti sans deem it indispensably necessary, to esta blish additional presses for his support. Be sides the 2Net0 Auroray to be edited by Colonel Duane, proposals have been issued to publish a semi-weekly paper, under the title of the National Palladium. The primary political ob ject of the Palladium, is avowed to be the election of the Hero of New-Orleans to the Presidency We admire the classic ingenuity of the proprietors. They hold out the idea, that while the Pennsylvanians support the Pal ■adiu/n, the Faction cannot fall. An arrival al New-York from Pernambuco^ brings accounts that the Am. house ot Ray & Bryan stopped payment about the middle of August. Capt. A. informs that information bad just been received from the coast of Africa that the English had a steam-boat on the coast, and had taken 30 sail of Guineaman belonging Bahia, in consequence of which business was at that place. 1 he last accounts from Albany which are as •ateas the 30th ultimo, continue to announce ’•he arrival and departure ot Canal Boats, with ivery prospect of an uninterrupted navigation, for several days. The navigation closed last year about the middle of November. fhc Albany Argus, whose Editor is known oe a scholar, thus notices M r. Bryan's Poem: '* The poetical work, by Mr. Bryan, of Alexandria, *hich is favorably spoken of in the article in another •olumn, we take pleasure in recommending to .the no $cc of our readers. It is an effort unique and praise worthy of its kind, and exhibiting in the author the empathies of a generous heart and of a cultivated ^iud. There is much poetry in it, but no fiction. Ge ^usneglected and in want, is a reality too obvious, to ?**tke 0f the qualities of romance. We say it with "j regret, that the remark is particularly applicable to na tive genius. For the sake of the unfortunate poet, in whose behalf the work 19 published, and towards whose relief the avails of it will be appropriated, if not for the fame of the author, we could wish that its sale and cir* culation may be equal to the merit of the object and of the performance.” The following is from the Portland Literary Qazetle} a journal whose opinions are entitled to weight. “I he Lay of Gratitude.- A poem entitled the “Lay of Gratitude,” has been on our table the two last weeks, a review of which will be published in our next. It is from the pen of Daniel Bryan, Esq. a poet who has largely contributed to the columns of the periodicals of the country, and whose productions have been favorably received by the public. This work is entitled to the patronage of a reading people, and will, we understand, be found in our book-stores. A review of it would have been given, at an earlier day, had not the “Populous Village” had a previous claim on our attention.” In another part of this paper, will be found the remarks of the National Journal, which are no less favorable to the poem, than will be found to be just. Remains of Commodore Perry.-^A slip from the office of the Newport Mercury, dated Mon day afternoon, Nov. 27, contains the following; Arrived this afternoon, U. S. sloop of war Lexington, Capt. Shubrick, 21 days from Trini dad, with the remains of the late Com Perky. The Lexington arrived at Trinidad in 17 days from New-York; remained there 4 days to re ceive the remains; and sailed again on the 5th inst. for this port. Capt. Shubrick favored us wilhTrinidad papers tothe 3dinst.from which we extract the following notice of the arrival of the ship.*— Trinidad, JSov, 3.—The U. S, Sloop of war Lexington, Capt. Shubrick, arrived in our har bor on Wednesday afternoon, from New-York, having been despatched by the American Go vernment for the purpose of conveying the re mams of Com. Perry, from their resting place, where they were deposited with every honor that could be paid to departed worth in 1819, to the country which gave him birth. After the customary enquiries, a salute of 17 guns was fired from the ship yesterday morning, which was returned by theSeaFort. The remains were disintered this morning, and after being enclosed in a handsome coffin, were embarked at the King’s Wharf, at 3 P. M. the ship firing minute guns until the boats arrived alongside.” The committee appointed by the Town to superintend the re-interment of the remains of Com. Perry, have fixed on Monday next, Dec. 4th, at 11 o’clock, A. M.for the Funeral Solem nities to take place. ST. ANDREW’S SOCIETY. The thirty-ninth Anniversary meeting of the St. Andrew’s Society of Alexandria, was held at Clagett’s Hotel on Thursday, the 30th ult. when the following members were elected offi cers for the ensuing year: Colin Auld, President. Wm. Gregory, 1st Vice President. Robert Jamieson, 2d Vice President. Rev. E. Harrison, Chaplain. G A. Brown, M. D. Physician. Robt. Anderson, Treasurer. Managers. Richard Veitch, David Martin, Wm C. Page, N. R. Fitzhugh. Alexr B. Gregory, Secretary. In the evening the members of the Society met, and sat down to an elegant entertainment prepared by Mr. Clagett for the occasion. The greatest good humor and harmony prevailed through the evening. The following toasts were drunk, accompa nied by suitable Scottish and other songs:— 1st. The Day and a’ who honor it. 2d. The Land o* Cakes. “Land of brown heath and shaggy wood, Land of the mountain and the flood, Land of my sires! what mortal hand Can e’er untie the filial band That knits me to thy rugged strand 3d. The Land we live in, and its constituted authorities. 4th. The memory of Washington and Ham ilton. . _ 5th. The memory of Wallace and Bruce. 6th. All Benevolent Societies. 7th. Auld lang syne, the innocent joys of sportive youth, and scenes of early da}s. 8th. The Fair Daughters of Columbia, and Scotia’s Daughters blythe and bonny. 9th. The tocher o’ Cramond, contentment is better than riches. . . 10th. May Tyrants and Tyranny tine m the mist. . 11th. The Beggar’s Bemson. 12th. Weel timed daffin. From the Norfolk Herald, Nov. 29. The U. S. schr. Shark, Li. Com. Norris, got underway yesterday and dropped down to Cra ney Island, whence she will proceed to sea with the first wind The shark is bound for the Coast of Africa, with munitions ot war, See. for the Colony* at Messurado. List of Officers on board the U. S. schooner Shark:—Otho Norris, Esq. Commander, of Maryland; David R Stewart Lieutenant, Ma ryland; Thomas J. Leib,do Pennsylvania; Hen ry Elling, Purser, Pennsylvania; Augustus A. Adee, Acting Surgeon, N. York; Alex. F. - ter, Act. Master, Delaware; Charles E. '' ads worth, Midshipman, D. C-; Robert . ' } c - cock, do N. York; Henry Waters, do N. Cato* lina; John M. Gardner, do Maryland; Spencet C. Gist, do Tennessee; James R. Ward, ap tatn's Clerk, Maryland; John Heckle, Sail Ms ker, N. York; Asa Rodgers, Gunner, N. 101k. From the New York American. By the eastern mail of yesterday, we received a large package from Rio Janeiro, accompan ied bv the annexed letter, which we publish, but have not room for the protest referred to in it extended as it is, over 5 or six sheets of im perial paper. The amount of it all is, however 'that the Ruth fell into the hands of desperadoes who though wearing the unilorm ot -Brazil, acted more like buccaniers. The Ruth was made prize of by the national brig of war In dependence of Marti, Captain Joachim Leal Fereira; the prize-master and men put on board of her were constantly intoxicated, and in that state shamefully ill-treated^ the American supercargo and captain. They were carried with their vessel to Rio Janei ro, and they were put on board a prison ship, until liberated by Mr. Raguet’s interference.— That gentleman will doubtless investigate the matter, and make a becoming representation of it to the government where he is accredited. Meantime, the complaint of the aggrieved par ty, coming as it does to us, under a proper signature, is published. To the Editor of the New-York American. Sir,—By the brig Tine, bound to Boston, I send you a copy of my protest or deposition, drawn up by myself, detailing the capture of the brig Ruth, of Philadelphia, by a Brazilian government vessel of war. The circumstances under which we were cap tured, and the infamous and atrocious treat ment we have received, call loudly for redress. We have been captured by a nation professing Christianity, whose people kneel at tlie altar of the Virgin, and hope for salvation. But I doubt whether, (under similar circumstances) such acts of atrocity are to be found recorded in the annals of Turkish or Barbarian injustice. In our country, the press is the great engine which makes Senates stand in awe—it is the guardian of our liberties at home and abroad: and I hope, Sir, you will portray to the good people of the UnitedSlates, this infamous trans action in the most glowing colours. Let exe cration fall on the head of this government and its agents. I am, yours, See. GEORGE KNIGHT BU DD, of Philadelphia. Rio de Janeiro, 24th Sept. 1826. ^nrfiu im ■ I .H» ■ o—.■■■!——. * METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, Taken at the Alexandria Museum, iW. 1826. Therm. ^ Appearance of the IVeather. Q < „ jc* x >— . 1 55 54 60 s Cloudy, rain, cloudy 2 62 66 64 calm Cloudy, humid 3 59 60 59 xw Clear 4 44 43 50 n Rain, cloudy, rain, 5 45 44 46 x ne. Coludy, humid 6 45 52 54 xe Rain, mist, fog, humid 7 55 66 64 calm Fog, humid, hazy, clear 8 50 55 52 xw Clear 9 48 54 53 sw Hazy, cloudy 10 46 55 56 s Hazy, clear 11455456 x w Clear 12 44 55 55 s Clear, hazy 13 43 54 54 xw Clear 14 43 48 52 s Cloudy 15 55 64 64 s Hazy 16 53 57 60 calm Hazy, humid 17 60 67 66 s Cloudy, humid, rain, cloudy 18 50 50 53 xw Snow, hail, rain [much rain last night 19 38 48 46 xw Clear, [gale of wind last night. 20 42 46 49 s Clear 21 37 42 46 xw Clear 22 41 43 46 s Hazy, 23 40 44 45 xw Cloudy, clear 24 42 46 48 * x w s Clear * [rain. 25 42 47 48 calm Cloudy, hazy, thunder, lightning, 26 54 56 52 s sw Rain, thunder, .lightning, gale of 27 41 49 47 s Hazy, clear, cloudy [wind. 28 40 46 44 sto w Clear, cloudy 29 37 45 47 xw s Clear 30 44 56 sw Hazy, clear A verage heat of November, 44° Range of the Thermometer 33 Hottest day 66 Coldest day 37 During the month, ficleardays. First snow the 18lh of this month. Average heat of November, 1825, 40 Range of the thermometer 44 Hottest day 62 Coldest day ^7 During the month, 20 clear days. Note.—There is a very great difference in the varie ty of weather this month, when compared with the ob servations of November in the preceding year. T. MOUNTFORI). oiaaip sqmm L*ovt oE AlexanAvva. SAILED, Dee. 3—Sr.hr. Velocity, Hammond, Boston. -Maine, Nason, Saco. Sloop Express, Nevit, Baltimore. Sloop Chauncey, Bartram, cleared at New York 1st inst. for this port. NUAasses, &e. Af \ HHDS. bright retailing molasses—just received 4U and for sale by M. MILLER & SON. IN STORE— 10 lilids Barbados sugar 5 tierces Jamaica green coffee 40 bags St. Domingo do 50 sacks fine salt 1000 Spanish hides 12 mo 4 Wanted, Tq manage a small farm in the vicinity of Alexan* dria, a sober, industrious, single man. To one who can come well recommended, a suitable compen sation will be made. Apply to ; dec 4—7t JOSEPH SMITH. | Now Landing at Ramsay’s Wharf, A VERY superior load of OAK WOOD, which will be sold at $4 25 cents by the single Cord. Apply to John Mason, of schooner William & Susan, dec 4 _St* Virginia Lottery, 4th Class. Will be drawn in Richmond on the 6th December—36 number lottery—5 to be drawn. HIGHEST PRIZE 20,000 DOLLARS. Tickets $5; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25. Grand State Lottery of Rhode Island, Class No. 7. Will be drawn in Providence on the 2d December, and will be heard from on the 6th. HIGHEST PRIZE s 10,000. Tickets only 3; Halves 1 50, Quarters 75 cents —for sale at _ __ J. CORSE’S LOTTERY & EXCHANGE Ol-FICE, South-East Corner of King # Royal-Streets. Alex'a. 35 47 54 52 33 14 46 1 1 are the numbers drawn in the 6th class of the N. York Literature Lottery, and, as usual, some good pr.zes were sold at Const’s. __( ec 4 Raisins and Reel. rrk BOXES bunch, muscatel and bloom raisins OU 10 barrels prime New York city inspection beef, landing this morning from schooner Columbia, and for sale by R. I. I. M ILSON. dec 1 ^faWs. AT| KEGS nails of 100 lbs each, warranted bettei rxvF than any in the District—for sale by 13 mo 4M. MILLER fie SON. DRAWING OF THE New York State Literature Lottery, 3d Class, 35 47 54 52 33 14 46 11 Were the drawn numbers. The official list can be seen at RUNNELLS' Lucky Office; where the holders of prize tickets are resp ectfully requested to call and re new their tickets or receive the cash. Ttaqwing \ On THURSDAY NEXT will he drawn at Richmond, the 4th Class of the DISMAL SWAMP CANAL LOTTERY. For lucky numbers, please apply at J. H. RUNNELLS’ Old Established Prize Office, King-sl. Alexandria, D C. Tickets 5 dollars, halves 2 50; quarters 1 25 HIGHEST phizes: 320,000, 10,000, 5,000, 4,000, 2 910, 12 of 1,000, 18 of 500, and 24 of 200, with other smaller prizes. Tickets as usual in all the popular lotteries on sale as above. dj^Orders duly and promptly attended to, if address edto J. H. RUNNELLS, Alexandria, D. C. dec 4 Little River Turnpike Rouel ( ompetny. 11HE Stockholders in this institution are hereby no . tified that an ELECTION will be held at Hora tio ClagetPs Hotel, in the town of Alexandria, on Wednesday the third day of January next, for a Presi dent, four Directors and a Treasurer;—also for the set tlement of the account* for the present year. On the following dav the Superintendent of the road, and Col lectors of tolls at all the gates will be appointed, liy order of the Board: JONAH THOMPSON, Treasurer, dec 4 3ta\vtJ3 T?asb\oviable Wats. THOMAS L. MARTIN has just received a supply of 1IATS from New York, consisting of first quality Bea ver hats, made particularly for him, and ) children’s fancy hats, suitable for the sea son. He has also on liana, as usual, a general assort ment of HATS of his own make, that are warranted good; and is prepared to furnish gentlemen that ma} favor him with their custom, with as good Hats us they can get in the District. Customers can have the Hats they buy of him ironed gratis._ dec 2 We Awve tbla Aay Mantling And for sale, New-Orleans Rum, Java Coffee, &c. 'C?e.— A HDDS. New Orleans rum, equal to Jamaica XX/ 30 bags Java coffee old and white 5 kegs refined salt petre, first quality 58 boxes fresh muscatel raisins 5 bags pimento 25 bbls old and very fine whiskey 58 bushels clover and 25 do timothy seed 50 d shell barks dec 2 _LINDSAY Sc HILL. X'aiuWes and Tobacco. * l \ BOXES mould candles assorted sizes )X/ 25 do sperm do of prime quality 60 kegs and boxes Harris’s pmindtwist, twins, 8’s and 12*s warranted—For sale by T. VOWELL. dec 2 3t Wlbevnian Society. A STATED quarterly meeting of the Society will be held at the Town Hull on Monday evening the 4th inst. at half past 6 o’clock. dec 1—3t JAMES C. 13AHRY, Sec’y. Fresh Malaga Grapes and Raisins. AfX JARS Grapes and 200 boxes bunch raisins— OXF landing from schooner Esther and Sally—for sule by C. & I. P. THOMPSON, nov 28 Penobscot Potatoes, etc. A 6)AA Bushels superior Penobscot Potatoes, and Lr£\9\j 4 cords hemlock bark, for sale on board schooner Sparrow, at Merchant’s wharf. Apply to the captain on board, or to dec 1—3t SAML. M. JANNEY. Salt l’etre, &c. mKegs double refined salt petre 2 pipes Holland gin (Suan Brand) landing this day, and for sale by R. I. T. WILSON. Who has in Store, 2 hhds old Irish Whiskey 5 puncheons Jamaica rum 3 pipes brandy (Seignett’s brand) 15 boxes sperm candles G Alluin salt in sacks French Madeira wine in half quarter casks, dee 1 _ _ __ Cwvls. WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS, has this day receiv ed a handsome assortment of PUFF or BOX CURLS, which he offers to the Ladies at his fancy store on King-street, at the Philadelphia price. nov 30 __ 2S#ot\ce to Creditors. ISAAC ROBBINS invites those Creditors of the late John Masox or Marx Axx Mason, whose claims against them are not anterior to the year 1810, to pre sent them to him for further disposition, nov 29— dlw _ liemons, Haisins, &c. Landing from Schooners Prompt and Velocity— 4 PIPES old Cognac brandy 50 boxes bunch and muscatel raisins 50 half boxes bunch raisins 20 boxes lemons 30 qr. casks Sicily Madeira wine 25 boxes muscat do 25 boxes anchovies—For sale by A.C. CAZENOVE&Co. Also, landed and for sale 30 hlids muscovado sugar nov 28___ Look Out! Look Out! Look Out! ELOPED from my residence on the 10th inst.negro NOKKAGH, about 24 years old, 5 feet eight or nine inches high, ot a dark complexion, regular fea tures, likely appearance and considerable intelligence. He has been trained from his infancy as a house ser vant, waiter, market man, carriage driver, &c. He has no doubt t iken with him a supply of money, with dif ferent kinds of clothing, as he has been very lately convicted of several very high handed thefts. Previ ously to this he bore the character of a very trust-wor thv servant in every respect. He is well known in the District of Columbia, particularly in Alexandria, and has been at different times with me, and on my busi ness, in Baltimore, Annapolis, andothcr parts of Mary land. » It is likely some unprincipled scoundrel will furnish him with forged papers to facilitate his final escape. ] will give Twenty-five Dollarsjf he be taken and secur ed in the District or Prince Georges County, so that I get him again, or Fifty Dollars if taken in any other part of Maryland or Virginia, or the above reward if ta ken elsewhere, with all reasonable charges if safely de livered to me at my residence. II. D. HATTON, Hatton Hill, near Piscatatvoyf P. Georges Co Md. nov T 3 tf AUCTIONS Public Sale o£ Negroes. WILL be sold on Monday the 4th day of December, 1826, at the Marshal’s Office in the town of Alex andria, at public auction, for cash, . Several Likely Negroes, under a deed of trust from Leonard Cook and Rebecca his ivife, to secure certain monies therein mentioned, to Thomson F. Mason. DANIEL MINOR, nov 21—dts _Trustee. Public Sale. . IN Monday the 4th day of December next, at 12 V/ o’clock, M the subscriber will offer at public sale at Catts’s Tavern near Alexandria, a tract of land in the County of Fairfax, CONTAINING 100 ACRES, _Situated on the north si*le of the Little River turnpike road, and beginning at the east abutment of of the bridge over dccotink Run—now occupied by Thomas K. Bealle. The above sale will be made un der the authority of a deed of trust from the said iicalle to the subscriber. Terms cash R. I. TAYLOR, Trustee, oct 2 3tawts Notice. BY virtue of a deed of trust execu' ed to us by James Foster and Silas Foster, on the 7th day of Decem ber, for the purpose of securing to John Withers and Company and Withers & Washington, the pajment of the debts therein mentioned, we shall, on Satur day, the 30th day of December next,expose to sale by public auction for cash, before the front door of the Court House of Prince William county, one negro girl named Anne, one wag jgon and gear, and four horses, and also, the interest of the said fJanies and Silas Foster, in the estate of their father, James Foster, deceased. Such title as we have under the trust deed will be conveyed to the purchaser. M. 3. SINCLAIR, ? ... , , PEYTON NOItVILL, 5 1 lustrc& dec 1 - ta Tailoring and llabit-Making. ROBERT GRAY has commenced the TAILORING AND HABIT-MAKING business, on King-street, opposite Lewis Beeler’s Confectionary. Punctual at tendance will be paid to all who honor him with their patronage. dec 1 3w llaisins, Can Ales, etc. Landing from Schr Hope Aj' Susan, from N. York. 150 BOXES fresh Muscatel > • i i r Raisins * 10 casks <lo sun y 25 boxes New-Bedford sperm candles 4 tierces sperm oil From schr Esther A|* Sally from Philadelphia, 10 ches4s Young Hyson Tea, Phenix cargo From Schr Velocity, from Boston: 10 boxes Lap barn’s No. 1Y 20 half do do do 1 r,, . . 5 boxes Baker’s No. 3 f 10C0 a e‘ 10 half do do do J Received per schr Haxnll,from Madeira: 2 quarter casks fine old Madeira wine For sale by S. MESSERSMITIL nov 28 Cor Yr eight or Chartev. The good achr HOPE k SUSAN, captain James Nixon, is two years old; a good vessel; would prefer a freight to the West In dies-An ply to J S. MILLER, dec 2 Yor 1‘ hila A el yhia, The regular Packet schooner ESTHER Sf SALLY, Bancroft, Master; will sail on Saturday—For i freight or passage apply on board, or to dec 1 ROBINSON & SHINN, Vowell’s Wharf. -" — 1 ■ —--7 For Sale or Freight, The Schooner ALBION, Geo. P. Frost, master, burthen 91 tons or 750 barrels; a good vessel, one year old, and now ( ready to receive cargo, will take a foreign or coastwise freight. Apply to the master on board, or to nov30'JOHN FI. LAUD. Toy lioston, The Schr. MENTOR, El lhidck, master, will be despatched immedialaly, and will take 500 barrels on freight—Apply to nov 29 WH. FOWLE Sc Co. Yor New-York, The regular packet schooner PROMPT; Rodbird, Master, will sail on Saturday. For ^freight or passage apply oil boaid, or to ROBINSON St SHINN, nov 28 _ Vowell’s wharf. Y or Yr eight, 1'lie fine Schr. WALLACE, Nickerson, Master, burthen 800 barrels, would ,tuke a freight for any Eastern port. Apply to ROBINSON St «H1NN, nov 28 . Vowell’s wharf. For Boston, . The Packet Schr. VELOCITY; Hammond master, will have good dispatch and will take 600 bbl.s. on freight Apply to Wm. FOWLE St Co. IT ho have for sale, received by said schr. 70 tons plaster paris 7 packages men’s shoes and boots Also, for Sale or Freight, The Schooner LINCOLN, Hathorn, master, carries 1100 barrels; bu: one year old; w ill be sold on reasonable term?, or will take a freight to any port. Also, For Freight, The good brig G LEASh Ji, Illerson, master;carries450lihds. tobacco, cr 3d0u bbls. flour —is in complete order to re ceive a cargo on board—Apply as abo\e. nov 27 For Richmond. The Sloop EAGLE, Warder, expected to sail on Saturday. For freight apply to nov 24 _WM. L. KENNEDY. For Boston, The new and fast sailing schr. OCEAJS, Bartlett Week®, Master, will sail in a few days. For freiglitof d(J0 barrels or passage, apply to _S. MBSSEKSMmf. Yov NeAvAovlt, The regular packet Sloop l *E II NON, Knapp, master, will sail in a few days—For freight or passage apply on board, or to nov ltOHI.NSON V. SHlNiV, Vowell’a IVharf