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\ “Fait ce qu’ii taut, arrive ce c\\v’i\ pourra” _ - ■■ ■ ----- ■' .... -.1T-J-*.ii- ■ "■ '==. ly®a,0 aa. sa®^®^ hi®’jmm©9 ®®©ssas®!B- a©9 ass®o si©° «®®0 ^ ~~~~^——— — ■—■■—i——■■—■■ ■■——!■————■■ ■—I KM II II III - — - I, ,,n | I I —— . * ' ■ ■ I 1"■*^^^ •BINTED ADD PUBLISHED DAILY, BY SNOWDEN & THORNTON. ' for Charleston or Savannah, The schooner SPARROW, Rich, master; will be ready in a few days and k\vill take some freight. Apply to the Cap Sard or to SAML. M. JANNEY. jyho offers for sale on board said-vessel, 300 bushels superior Penobscot potatoes :2ido8_— ^ F ot Boston, The Packet Schr. HARRIET, Hawes, master, will sail in all the present week, and take 300 barrels on freight—Ap —plv to WM. FOWLK & Co. Jo have for sale, received by said Schooner— 50 barrels No. 1 and 3 mackerel 20 half barrels No. 1 do 'ft Freight to the amount of 50 to 60 dollars will ifNbc given a good vessel for Norfolk—Apply as £r_dec 11 For Sale ot FreigAvt, fa The schooner GREEh, (a i, 95 tons, carries 800 barrels, and can be sent mV to sea at a small expense, will be sold low, or ^wi„ take a freight to a southern port or to the fKlies. Apply to djc5 _JOHN S. MILLER. For Bosion, The brig GLEANER, Iellerson, master; will take freight on mode rate terms. Apply to dec 5W. FOWLF, Sc CO. For Sale or Freight, 1 , The Schooner ALBION, Geo. P. Frost, master, burthen 9l tons or 750 barels; a good vessel, one year old, and now _[ready to receive cargo, will take a foreign or ^Inme freight Apply to the master on board, or to mySO JOHN H. LAPP. For Freight, The fine schooner SARAH & PRISCILLA, Travers, master; burthen 750 barrels, would irefer a freight to the West Indies ora South £ port in the United States. ^ ROBINSON & SHINN, sot 16 _Vowell’s Wharf, j For freight, ' The very superior schooner PLANET, Moses Pike Sd, Master, burthen 1200 barrels, vvill be in readiness in three days tor a *re,f>"t port. Apply to JOHN H. LADD. Who opr a for sale on board said schooner, 75 tons plaister 250 bushels potatoes • 500 bunches onions, 10 barrels beets 6 barrels apples _ 11 ov i TY\e Steavwboat POTOMAC. C.1PT. URIAH JEMCIbS, BEING now in very complete order, with » «°£ B perooiier on the most approved pla • We running between the City of Waslungton, Alex aim, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Wed i»by the 19th inst Leaving Washington at 4 and teta lria at 5 o’clock on every Wednesday eire it Old Point Comfort and Norfolk the to S Wn. Leave Norfolk the next morning.it wx o *ck, and arrive at City Point and Richmond on *ni»g ofthe same day. Returning, will leave Rich 3>ndat six o’clock on Sunday morning, ou ? -tvPoint, and arrive at Norfolk die same e\ jf ‘-ewe Norfolk at 9 o’clock on Monday morning, ton •*at Old Point Comfort, and arrive at Alexandria and Vuhingtoa the next morning in time for passengers to ?wcecdon to Baltimore. F 'IRE; !mn Washington or Alexandria to Richmond^ meals Cvlington or Alexandria to Old Point and Nor lm« Washington or Alexandria, to all intermediate places (where passenger, can be landed_with c - veaiencu) between Alexandria and Old Point or Norfolk, Ho , o 00 to* Washington to JamesTown ~ 0 ^hingtontocay Poi.it j ' T'\\nuUvy fttcA BUSHELS fresh Timothy Seed just receuec Z J"11 fOT Sal* ^ LINDSAY tL HILL. Wei Xuvse \Vanted. \ HEALTHY Woman, with a breastof fresh milk, 1 who can come well recommended, may hiear'» N situation on application to the ed,.or>_of this pa or hv letter addressed to A. B-. Fairfax Court Se.vi._!!!!1 V, vale Coals. 46)0 rs BUSHELS Manchester Orate Coals now l Unding from schooner. Breeze,nnedy . ’10V 11 ' __ — \V anted. i NURSE for ayoung child. To one that can come *V veil recommended, good wages will be-gi'™* ^PPjy at this office. ~ _ dec 8 _ V'ttvlovvttS vvntlU abvt-A\ ^in?. DOBEUT GUAY has commenced the TMLO *1 -LVD WBIT-MJKiyG business, on K n„-»ti L ’PpotittLew.s Beeler’s Confectionary■. Punytual t kmlsnee will be paid to all who honor him with tlieir imbunage. he r Bov Boston, The schr SECEDER, Capt. Curtis; will have immediate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to A C. CAZENOVE & Co. Who have for sale landing from the above vessel 200 bbls No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel 40 half do do 25 bbls N England rum 45 boxes Young Hyson and Gunpowder tea 1 bag mace 50 boxes Sparkling Champaigne 25 tons plaster dec 14 Bov 31atanzas, The fine fist sailing schooner BATCHELOR, W. S. Turpin, master; has the principal part of her cargo engaged—For freight of 150 bbls. apply on board, or to dec 15 ROBINSON & SHINN, Yowell’s Wharf. •UackeveA, etc. so Barrels No. 1, 2f, and 3 mackerel (fall caught) 15 bags Sumatra pepper 50 tons plaster, received per schr. Potomac and for sale by SAMUEL MESSEIiSMITH. For Boston. The packet schooner POTOMaC, Captain Beers, will sail soon. For freight of | _|500 barrels, or passage, apply as above. dec 11 For Freight; The schr. MARY ELEANOR, 4 -, Master, would prefer a freight to the g_ \ West Indies. Applv to dec 12 ' JOHN S. MILLER. Wm. howle §* Co. H.VYE 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 j perior quality. 10 half chests Imperial and gunpowder 50 ten catty boxes tea. 3 cases choppas 300 pieces X U Bruesgin’s and other qualities Buss ia 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 tw’ine 600 sides red sole leather 25000 lbs Si. Domingo and Havana coffee 22000 lbs Sumatra pepper m bbu | Muscovado s“t'are Halfpipes and quarter casks Ker’s Si Co. supe rior Madeira wine 20 cases sparkling Champaigne 2100 sacks Liverpool filled blown salt 23000 bushels Turks Island, St. Ubes Si Lisbon do 350 casks nails assorted sizes 20 cases tacks and sprigs 70 bblsNo. 1 herrings And of Domestic Goods, a large supply of Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings Cassimeres, sattinets, kerseys, and course woollen goods of various kinds__nov 27 V). Uaxenove & lo. 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, > JVines 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 *11 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 Fawners’ Bank Stock for Sa\e. From 50to 100 shares of this stock may be had on very reasonable terms by application to J. L. McKENNA, I 0'-j»The par value of the shares is 50 dollars each, apr 13—tf_____-—! To Eet, «_m And possession had immediately, a A MERCHANT MILL 99 j 11Kwith two run of 6 and one run of 4$ feet feliof Burrs, and one run of country stones, siuStea ohtlie waters of Holmes's run, about 2J miles 1 Sasw&sr.* tstf % 'iSiStts ‘TUT7 THOMAS 1HW1N. _ For Sale or Rent, That desirable Mansion House, JBsHnt^lately in the occupancy of the late Jona »| I Sthan Swift, esq.deceased, with the gar £KMB9«lcns attached to the premises. Also for rentT wo Grass Lots opposite the dwelling house. Any person having busineas with Mrs. nn wi i «*£££ wi» P^e apply to “»;|NngAY & H1U, 4 WoTse ^Lavket. THE subscriber respectfully informs the public, that he lias taken out a license for Yeu&lng Worses, and that he will offer for sale on Tuesdays and Sajur rlnvs at 9 o’clock, in each week, at the Team-11 oat Sjf *1 Horses of various descriptions. He will al way s he nrepared to attend to the.callsof his friends at any fi P _hai incr erood stables for the accommoda rio„eo“Ho^pe^nswi,hintfto purch.se may gen orally be supplied at Pnv*te *“e^VM B SXUART. june 3 BRYAN’S APPEAL, &o. 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, AND T\\fc Tv'umvpYi of Truth By Daniel 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 reliefofthe Boston Baiu), who is now wholly de pendent upon the benevolence of his countrymen for 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, widowed, hejjrt-broken, mother, con tribute your mite to shelter them from the chilling blasts of winter, and the horrors of starvation! ROBERT BARR 'I, HAS just received his Fall and Winter assortment of British, French, German, Scotch, /mA, & domestic which he offers to his friend- 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 8t drab Do do blue and black cassimeres [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 ami striped silks for ladies’ pelisses Bolivar stripes, a new and handsome article Calicoes and gingham« Plain and jaconet cambrics Figured and plain book muslins Do do Swiss ditto White Sc scarlet merino shawls, scarfs 8; handkerchiefs Cassimere shawls, plain and figured Bandana and Spilth-field handkerchiefs Ladies barrage & figured *ilk shawls 8c 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 Hose 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 bedticks 1500 lbs of Powhatan Cotton Yam, Lest quality. All of which, with many other articles too numerous to mention, shall be sold cheap, and on accommodating tprms. OCt lo 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 ID-Wish, VvencAi, German, and Domestic Goods, Consisting in part, of the following Articles Sheppard’s superfine blue and black cloths Olive, drab, green, claret, and dark 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, florenccs, 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 lace Cloth shawls, plain and borderec 3-4 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 unbleachedhcmcstic cottons Do* do do do bleached do def 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 Ttaltimore Gottim \aviv, Together with a variety of other articles, too nume rous to mention, which will be sold low for CASH, oct 10___ G.& l. V. Thompson, HAVE received per ships Shenandoah and Bclvide ra, and other arrivals, their supply of t YADD GOODS. AMONG TIIEM AltK Extra Saxony blue, black, olive and mix’d cloths and cassimeres Superfine 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 <1c) White, scarlet, red. green, yellow and black flannels Swanskins, booking and drapery baizes Plain and figured black and colored bombazetts I 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, 9-4 andl 0-4 damask and diaper table linen Brown andbleachcd Russia sheetings, brown hollands Bandanna, company flag, Madras, black levantme, 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. 1 ° JS otice. BY an order of the United States Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for the county of Alexandria, made at November Term, 1826, the creditors of Chas. Slade, deceased, are required to exhibit their claims to me on or before the 1st day of March next, to enable me to ascertain their distributive shares of the said de. cedent’s estate. MOORE, dec 14—d3m Master Commissioner Xew WooVts. A CONNECTED view of the whole Internal Navi iVgation of the United Stales, natural and artificial, present and prospective, with numerous maps, 1 vol. 8vo $3 00 Eulogies on Adams and Jefferson, pronounced by Webster, Wirt, •'ergeant, Cambreleng, Sprague, Knapp, Judge Johnson, W F. Thornton, Gov. Tyler, and others—all in 1 vol. 8vo. 2 00 Dr. John Bell’s Observations on Italy, 1 vol. 1 25 Lord Byron’s Works, complete in 1 vol. elegantly printed 8 00 Dr. S. L. Mitchell’s Discourse on the life and ser vices of Thomas Jefferson 25 Medical Recorder, No. 36 Bayard’s Reply to the Pamphlet of Contostavlos, in re lation to the Greek Frigates. Just published, and on sale by Washington, dec 14 PISFIEY THOMPSON liinisay & HiVI HAVE IN STORE, AND OFFER FOR SALE BBLS. SusquchSnnah No. 1 gross Herrings, s£\J\J 100 do. do. do nett do 50 do. do. do Shad, put up par ticularly for family use._dec 13 To Vvwwyoys a\\A ITyj sic laws BEING afflicted with the rheumatism, and my health otherwise too delicate to admit of my attending to an extensive country practice, I offer for sale the FARM on which 1 reside. This farm contains from 400 U> 500 Acres of rolling land of the best quality. The soil is a mix ture of clay and sand, with a substratum of marie, which by deep ploughing may be kept in a constant course of improvement. It is situated m King* George coun ty, Virginia, in the centre of a wealthy and popu lous neighborhood, (called Chotank.) The build ings are commodious, the dwelling* house not ot the modern fashion,—but comfortable and sufficiently large to accommodate any family. The stables and granery have been built but a few years, and are upon the most improved plan. The situation is handsome and elevated, three-fourths of a mile from the Potomac river, of which it commands a beautiful &. extensive prospect. On this estate there are more never-fading springs, yielding the purest water, than l have ever seen on j/n ; the same number of acres. Timber, of the i££j3SDkSkind common to such a soil, is abundant, Red cV White Oak, Hickory, Walnut, Sfc the second growth is locust and cedar. It lies suffici ently remote from creeks and marshes to ensure health to it’s possessor, and yet near enough to secure the physician’semplov ment in his profession. The terms will be very accommodating. Persons disposed to purchase will address their letters to Hampstead, Va. nov 17—eoStlawtf GEO. FI I Z HU GIL To lietT «_^ The Wharf and Lots at present occupied •TrriTii) by Geo. Smoot &. Co. with the house nppur |S ii £ i; tenant thereto. For terms apply to VV illiatn .SUlalHerbert cr Maurice Herbert, Alexan dria, or to JNO. C HKIffiKHT, dec 13—2awtf near Vansville, McL Small* o*i\tV\ev, e>tc. i qa SIDES Eastern tanned Soal Leather, for sale g (M y very low. Also, a few barrels of excellent C1DEK, suitable for immediate use, just received by GEO. JOHNSON. Who expects, in a few days, fifty barrels of prime CHAU CIDER, suitable for bottling. N If—He continues to purchase Country HIDES, and wishes to engage ot otic Butcher, at least, all he mav have during the year 1827. dec 11__2awtf Dry Goods. 1ASRV HAS just received in addition to his Fall Goods, re cently advertised— Cloths and cassimcrcs Cassinetts and kerseys Hose 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 Bandanna and Spittalfield hhdkf’s. Plain black and figured bombazetts Merino shawls and handkerchiefs Brown, bleached, and colored domestics Scotch and Burlap linens BLS7 BALTIMORE COTTON YARN, With many other articles, all of which shall be sold at the most reduced prices._ nov 24 GasU Negrues. PUHE subscriber will give the highest cash price for I 1 25 or 30 YOUNG NEGROES As the prices of Negroes are on the decline, those wishing to sell would J do well to give me a call as early as convenient.—I shall be constantly at Elias P. Legg’s in Alexandria, until 1 complete mv purchases. Application personal- - 'y* 0rby'eUer> Wi“ bC immedSAMl-EL HUNTER, sept 26 ____.— To Kent, - And immediate possession given, that eli giblc three story fsiiP BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, at the corner of Kingand Washington-streets, lately in the occupancy of Mr. Daniel Minor. Aitt—TWO OFFICES on SVashingson-street, ad joining the above. i ( Also — That commodious three story ' ' BRICK DWELLING HITSE, < 1 % k t f at the upper end of 1)<tkc-street, tornieily the dm- residence of the late General Young. * Good tenants may obtain them at low rents, on ap nlication at the Mechanics Bank to aug9—*eo CHA. CHAPIN,Cashier. Candles 6f0)ty pOXES mould candles, 4, 5 & 6*s—landing s&sC4 from schr James G. Stacy, from Providence* for sale by W. FOWLE & Co. dec 12 Notice. THE Annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Washington and Ale andria Turnpike Company, for the election of five Directors, a Treasurer, and Clerk, will be held at ' he Towx-Hall, on Monday, the 1 it day of January next. dec 11—tJ2_BENJ. C. ASHTON, Clerk. ' Wanted A CLERK that is a complete master of book-keep ing and writes a handsome hand. Apply to the Printer. dec 11 l\ensfi.e\d for Sale. This valuable Estate, containing 1500 Acres of Land, is situated in Charles county, near the line which divides it from Prince George._ The site upon which the Mansion House and othe? buildings are erected, is high and healthful, and com mands a fine view of the surrounding country. A great proportion of this tract of land is fertile bottom, lying in full view of the dwelling, part of which is heavily timbered. The greater part of the upland is in rail timber; the arable part of a friable soil and very produce tivc. This estate abounds in springs of the purest wa ter, and however dry the summer months, every field is sufficiently irrigated to afford a plentiful supply of water to stock of every kind. It is distant from navi gable water but three miles; from Washington twenty four, and from Alexandria sixteen; it lies equidistant from Piscataway and Port I obacco, but eight mi lei from either place; and thus from its location, advanta ges from either market is easily deriv-d. Feeling de sirous to emigrate, 1 will sell either the whole or a part of this estate on very accommodating terms, Applica* tion can he made by letter or otherwise, either to Ben jamin T. Dulany, or to HENRY R. DULANY, dec 12 of Alexandria; Extract from a Law of the Corporation * “That no person shall discharge any musket, fowl ing piece, pistol, or other fire-arms, or any composition of gun powdet, or fulminating powder, within the li* mits of the town of Alexandria. Every person offend ing herein shall forfeit and pay one dollar for each of fence.” In order to put an end to the silly and dangerous practice of firing guns, crackers, &.c in the public streets to the great annoyance of the inhabitants, one half of the penalty will be paid to any person who will give information to the police officers, so as the violat ors of the above law may be prosecuted to conviction. By order of the Mayor, D. BOWIE, J. HRODERS, dec 12—124D. Police Constable • ana CueAvp Ijou&s X H BRENT & CO SINCE the recent fall 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 bookings Blue and white plains, drab flushing Cassinets of every description Plain and striped linsey Red, white, green and black flannel Worsted and lambs wool hosiery Plain and figured black bombazetts Tartan and Circassian plaids 8*4, 9.4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, and 13-4 rose blanket: 2$, 3, 3^, 4, and 4 1-2 point do Brown and bleached shirtings and sheeting* Plaid colons and cotton checks Sackings, burlaps, oznaburgs and ticklenburgp 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 naplcs Black, \\ bite and green satin Black, blue, and white florence Black and pink levantines, 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 handkerchiefc Calicoes and ginghams, new style Black and colored bombazines Bandanno and Madrass hdkfis Cotton cambrics, jackonet do Plain and figured book muslins, Swiss do Plain and figured real India do Gentlemen’s beaver 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, witfc * variety of other articles, which will be sold low foy CASH, novT* • Seine Twine, &c. THE subscriber has lately received, and offers fo;. sale on moderate terms, a fresh supply of SJiac md Herring English Seine Twine. ALSO ON HAND— Corkwood and Cordage of all descriptions, tngethe. jyitli every other article necessary for the Fisheries, nov 6 GEORGE COLEMAN. New .MAlinevy Stove. SALLY ASD MAhY M. JOHNSTOA, IRTISH to inform the inhabitants of Alexandria, tha>. f'f they have opened a Milinery Store on Fairfax street, opposite Brvan Hampson & Son’s Mary M, Johnston has just returned from New-York with the atest and most fashionable Hats, and is ready to exhi 3it them to the public. The ladies are invited to call md examine for themselves, and they respectfully soli. ;it a share ofthe public patronage. oct 2 - ■ ■ - ■ ■ InsYvrancfc Stoclc. 14 0 SHARES of Stock in Marine Insurance Com \ 1CJ pany, 120 do. do. in Fire Insurance Company, 'or sale by sept 2* A. «A3BNOVB & G».