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wk, aaa< sOvDnm'j m©^sias?®9 aa^iaoia u%- ass?* SW* «©9o raiHTKD mo roousiu DAILY. \\Y SNOWDEN & THORNTON. AT NORFOLK\ For Pensacola and New-Orleans, The Brig ADAMS, N. P. Wilkinaon, roaster, burthen 183 tonsj a roomy vessel, with excellent accommoda tion*, and will sail for the above warned ports on the JOth inst. or sooner if required. The Adams >s completely fitted and sound, and will talc- passengers and freight to either of the above named ports on reasonable terms. Apply to Captain Wilkinson on board, to JAMES I). THORBURN, Norfolk, or to JOHN S. MILLER, Alexandria, march 14—2w For *Yow \ovk, The regular packet SLOOP CHAU SCRY, llartram, m .sttr; will sail on *he 24th inst.— ,Fo- freight or passage, apply on board, or to ROBIXSON& N///.V.V, YowelVa Wharf Who have received per said vessel, a few tusks of prime CHEESE. mar 16 For NorMk. TheSchr. b.RIE, Price, master, will sail on Friday, and can take 100 barrels freight. Apply to , — ROBINSON *. SHINN, march 15 Vowell*s wharf. march 13 For Freight, The schr. TWO BROTHERS\ Joseph Pierce, master, burthen about 800 barrels. Apply to S. MESSERS MIT II. For Boston TheSchr HAXALL, J. V. Pratt, master, will sail in a tew days.— '£</*' For light freight or passage apply to A. C. CA2K.NOVE & Co. For Newport ami Providence. I’he schooner WASHING TON PACKE T A. Shove, master For freight or passage, _ ipp v as above Fur $ale, now landing on Irwin’a wharf 15 lihils. and l K v m i r Is. K. rum 50 barrels S 20 hlids. molasses 50 boxes mould candles 15 casks winter strained sperm o»l 19 cases hats march 13 The hull of a new vessel, copper fastened to the bends built of good materials, and is ex SliC u wil fast; is9J feet on deck; depth of hold 9 pected t feet beam, and measures 168 tons, (States’ fe*t, 22 ,• Wi(| carry about 1000 barrels—For sale <Iow. Apply to JOHN S. Mil LER. mar 8 __ ¥or »>V\\ \u*k, The fine fust sailing' schooner JGEyoHM, P, Kimuan, master, now loading, and can take .some light freight Apply to ItOBlNSON & SHINN, march 6 • Vowell’s wharf. New Orleans Sugar and Molasses. The cargo of the brig Carbine, finny, master, from N. Orleans 150 hhds. first quality sugars 70 do do molasses Will be landed on Monday—For sale by W FOWLE&Co. ¥or YrtigW, The Bn/> CAROLINE, a new and superior vessel, carries about 1500 .barrels, will be ready for the reception of a ^cargo in a few days. Apply as above, march 3 ¥or A\\\stftv&An\, r£Kr The new Ship VIRGINIA, Moxhull, master, is now loading, and will sail early in March, and take any light freight that tnav offer—Apply to W M FOWLE 5t Co. feb 17 T\ve Steamkoal POTOMAC. C.iPT. URIAH JEMZISS, t | KING now in very co mplete order, with a new cop It per boiler on the most approved plan, will com metiee r inning between the City of Washington, Alex a i Iria, Norfolk, City Point a«ul Richmond, on Wed n *s lav the 19th inst. Leaving Washington at 4 and u v m Iria at 5 o’clock on every Wednesday afternoon; *-rive at Oil Point Comfort and Norfolk the following afternoon. Leave Norfolk the next morning at six o - •lack and arrive at City Point and Richmond on the evening ofthe sa ne day. Returning, will leave Rich mm. t .t six o’clock on Sunday morning, touching at rv Point, and arrive at Norfolk the same evening. Norfolk at 9 o’clock on Monday morning, touch . * ol l Point Comfort, and arrive at Alexandria and Washington the next morning intimefor passengersto proceed on to Baltimore. Fro, Washington or AtewSo to Bichmou^mojh - - , *10 00 wSoitoo os VtoxonOrU 0.0 Poio. .odNo, ^°"t*. • _ Alexandria, to all intermediate potters c«bol^*»ho«. venienee) between Alexandria and Old Point Norfolk, do 8 From Washington to do 9 From Washington to City Yom S§§3 Sugar, Coffee, c. Landing from the schooner Tux Brothers, from N. York, 30 hhds New Orleans sugar, part represented to be of superior quality 115 bugs Havana and Porto Rico Coffee 100 boxes Sicily oranges and lemons in prime order 5 pipes cognac brandy, 8eignet*e’s hi ami Also, landing from the schooner Potomac from Boston— 30 bags superior Java coffee 25 bags Havana do 50 boxes and drums fresh Smyrna figs 5 pipes Woodhouse’s Sicily Madeira wine Applv to S. MESSERS WITH, march 13 Seine Twine. CHARLES BENNETT has imported by the ship Meridian, arrived at B I'timore, best Bridport SHAD isf HERRING SEINE THINE. in casks and bales, which will he received by the first packet and for sale on the usual terms. feb 16 \lemo\al. COHAGAN & WHITTLE have removed to the Store recently occupied by W. Yeaton, on Ram* 1 say’s Wharf, and adjoining the store of Messrs Lind say &. Hill, where they will be happy to see their friends and customers They will a'so take this opportunity of tendering their grateful acknowledgments to those kind friends and neighbors, through whose prompt as sistance they were enabled to save so large a portion of their goods from destruction by the fire on the 18th inst. jan 24 - YnaUlumvbU Wals. MOUSE 8t JOSSELYN respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they arc now manu fact iring Beaver Mats of a superior quality, equal to a ny manufactured in the District Also, low priced imi tation Beaver, made for retail. In addition to which, they have just received from the most celebrated Fac tories of Baltimore, a superior assortment of Hats, 1st 2d and 3d quality. It may be well to observe thatthey are well supplied with an assortment of Beavers, &c from the justly celebrated establishment of Lamson & Clapp. N. B. The Hats of our customers wall be ironed gra tis. Cash given for Furs. Old Hats will be received n part pay for new ones. dec 16 For Sale or Rent, That desirable Mansion House, Bitely in the occupancy of the late Jonm han Swift, esq. deceased, with the gar tns attached to the premises. Also for _r__ .5 ..udMI _ Anv person having busineaswith Mrs. Ann Swift in bsence, will please apply to us. march 11 LINIISAY & HILL. To Rent, „ And immediate possession given, that eli gible three story BRICK DIVELLL\G HOUSE, *9 * at the corner of King and Washington-streets, itelv in the occupancy of Mr. Daniel Minor. Also— TWO OFFICES on Washingson-street, ad oinine tbe above. Also—That commodious three story BRICK DWELLING HUSE, ; * if at the upper end of 1) .ke-street, formerly the * f", residence of the late General Young. Good tenants may obtain them at low rents, on ap '■jgfcsr >1,Ch>"iC,'cilt gllAPIN. Cashier H C & 1. P. TYuMUYSun. AVK received persliips Shenandoah and Belvide ra and other arrival*, their supply of ¥A\Aa ROODS. iWOSOTBIM i»I- ... i Extra Saxony olue, black, olive and mix'd cloths and sunerfine and fine do. and double milled drabs >-4drab and olive fearnaughts, pelisse cloths, cajsirncre Devonshire kerseys, drab and mixed plains [ 14, 9-4, 10-4, 11*4, 12-4,and 13-4 rose blankets White! scarlet? red. green, yellow and black flannels ,.nt# • variety of black and white and fancy color'd prints lackonet cambrics, cambric and book m islins Fancy cravat handkerchiefs 4-4 Irish linens, 5 4 and 6-4 Irish sheetings g 9-4 and! 0-4damask and diaper table linen Brown andhleached Russia sheetings, brown hollands £X.nrc.mp*»y »*. *“*'"•bl“k 1,:v*"0n'’ “nd fancy silk handkerchiefs Plaids,satinetts, ladies’ and men’s leather gloves Cotton and worsted hosiery . fuli.n w1 wing silks, .ilk twist, «wu.S cotton Patent Threads, buttons, pins, ribbons Scotch and German osnaburgs Shoe threads, etc _,Cpi C\\ftT\ea Bennett HAS received and offers for sale his fall l ALL 1M. ^Besfuiridiwf^^nu herring seine twine, in casks and bales Bridport and Shrewsbury shoe thread Best Dundee oxnaburgs )N HAND, FROM RECEST IMPORTATIONS Flushings, and Devonshire kerseys 3, 3 1-2, 4 and 4 1-2 point blankets 9U. 10 4, 11-4, 12 4,13-4 rose do Fine 5-4 Irish sheetings Towelling and table diapers Irish linens and long lawns Flag bandanno hdkPs. 1st quality Russia sheetings and Ravens duclc Superfine blue and black cloths Casainetts, check* and bedticks , , A good assortment of brown and bleached dome, tic cottons 5-8,3-4 and 4-4 Venetian carpeting 4-4 fine Ingrain # do Hearth rugs and carpet binding A few pieoes black, bine, slate, and brown best su perfine bombazettes v. DOUBLE GLQSTER CHEESE^ - nor 9—dlw Saw I ?>wgar, Cheese, &c. 1 26 HIIDS. first quality N. O. sugar 25 bags prime green coffee 2 pipes Seignette’s brandy 15 casks cheese Landingfrom sloop Chauncejr, Bartram, from New York and for by march 16 LINDSAY, HILLiSf Co. HUAtef ¥\tc Company. Extract from an act of the Corporation of Alexandria; for the extinguishment of Fire. Section 7 If any person who shall be present at any fire, shall neglect or refuse to obey the order or direc tion of any officer who shall be appointed by any Fire Company now established, or whh n may hereafter be established, knowing him to be an officer, such person shall forf. it and pav the sum of Fire Dollars; provided the name of such officer shall have been first published in one of the public papers: AT a meeting of the Relief Fire Company the 5th inst. on balloting for Officers for the ensuing year, the following gentlemen were duly elected, viz:— Commanders.—- Thomas Preston, 1st. Thomas Vow ell 2<l John 1). Brown, 3d Sub-Directors.—Robert Hunter, Josiah H. Davis, James Kntwisle, Trustees.—Anthony Rhodes, Edward Sheehy, Lew is Beeler. Regulators —John Douglass, Joseph //arris, Silas Reed. Jonathan C. May. Axe-Men.—L. Masterson, John Kerr, Arthur T. Urie. THOMAS VOWFJ.L, Treasurer. JNO. D. BRO'VN, Clerk. march 17 Sand for Su\e V)ff E have a Sand Bank open near Hunter's Ship fv Yard, where ''and can be had (without remov ing any clay.) This 5and being in the vicinity of Prince and Fairfax streets, will make it an object t* builders there. It will be sold low for cash, or barter ed for clay or rubbish deposited in the Wharf adjoin ing the Bank. Apply to t'eb 20 M. MILLER k SON. S«Aiv.» Haulers Wauled. WANTED for the fishing season, Fifty or Sixty Sirong Bodied Men to haul the seine, for whom good wages will be given. Owners of slaves will do well by calling on me, as persons of color will be pre ferred. GEORGE MILBURN, The first Fishery above Alexandria, D. C. Or}* Wagoners and others will be accommodated with Fish at either of my landings, and I have a quan tity of Ground Allum Salt on hand, which I will sell as low as can be had elsewhere Corn Meal, Baton and Whiskey will be taken in exchange for Fish at fair pri ces. . .jT frh7— MCTlrtnga THE subscriber has on hand a few barrels superior Nett and Gross herring, which he will sell low in order to close consignments. GEO: COLEMAN, feb 28 _ FALL GW)DS. JAMBS A. WATERS HAS just received, and is now opening, at his Store, south-east corner of King aad Fairfax streets, a general assortment of British, ¥>euc\\, 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 caaaimeres Valencia, toilinet, andsilk vestings Calicoes and ginghams Plaid silks (new and handsome style.) Italian lustring, be» quality Sattins, modes, florences, figrid 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 bonier* o a 7.8 4-4 and 5-4 unbleacheuiimestic cottons Do do do do bleached do do Plaid domestics and checks Drab and Olive flushings Blue and white kersey, domestic ..o plain and stripe linsevs, for servants’ clothing jplain and stripe cassinetts Also, a large assortment of Baltimore Cotton Xutu, Together with a variety of other articles, too mime, rousto mention, which will be sold low tor CASH. o Cl\at\es Co rt, August Term, J826. N application to the Judges of Charles County I Court by petition in writing, of Randolph Acton 7Charles* County, for the benefit of the Act of As sembly for the relief of Insolvent Debtors, passed at November session, 1805. and the several supplements thereto on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule of his Property and a list of h.s creditors on oath so fir « he can ascertain them, beiHg annexed to his pet. t *on- and the Court being satisfied by competent test. non, a Randolph Acton has resided two ;x \rof iu r'r; r vUt .?s£S££& saixsss ^ r ! .nd the ..id Rudolph ^iSSSSSp--- «“*"CT ty tor P aiieintiona as his creditors may make to .nswe ^ t|iercfore ordered and adjudged, that the'said Randolph Acton be discharged from unprison me sam u r «:n(, a copy of this order to be moot, .nd thatby own^ ^ the *r r donibi. one. a wcelt for two mooth. suc “ S: “ird Mood.,. i» M-b "t«. h. CT /’ k;« ereditors to appear before the Judg SoVctaSk' County Court lo be held at Port Tobacco »ii“ouW. «» "i .a**! third Monday in Ua„i, ror the purpose of recommending a trus ^ r . ^ir benefit; and to shew cause, if any they hat/ why the said Randolph Acton should not have Ibe benellt of the «.cml ln.olvcn. L... of thi. State “JffiiuwSm™'’ WHS BARNES, Clerk. Clover Seed and Seine Twine. aT)HE subscriber has just received an additional sup 41 ply of Fresh Clover Seed, together with one hogs head of Herring Seine Twine. march 7 GEO. COLEMAN. Removal. C8t I. P. THOMPSON have removed to the store • lately occupied by B. Hampson & Son, on Fair fax-street, and adjoining their former residence, where they offer for aale a general assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goode. march 6 Whiskey Coffet, &c (3)6) Hhds. ? New-Orleans Sugar, part represented 10 bbls. > to be of the first quality. 50 bags prime green coffee 40 do rt Domingo do 55 bbls. Baltimore whiskey 3 chests Young Hyson tea Landing this day, and for sale by march 3_S. MESSERSMITH. &a\t. 6) A nnn BUSHELS Turks Island, St. Ubes, and Lisbon Salt 2200 sacks Liverpool blown do For sale, on liberal terms, by feb 28 W. FOWLE & Co. Clover Seed. GF.O. COLEMAN has just received a supply of FRESH CLOVER SEED, which he will sell as iow as it can be procured in town feb 22 landing TY\is Murmug, A K HMDS. first and second qua!. N. Orleans sugar U 5 do Jamaica coffee 4 pipes Cognac brandy 3 do Holland gin .3 puncheons Jamaica rum 10 bbls. N. E. rum 10 casks double refined salt petre 10 boxes fr^sh lemons—and for sale by feb 22 R. 1. T. WILSON. Molasses, Coffee etc HMDS. Antigua molasses of superior quality t/v" for retailing 7 bhds. and} „■ _ 49 bbls. 5 Porto R,co Su£ar 20 bags prime green Coffee—received and for sale by S. MESSERSMITIl. feb 22 12 reo zz R&ftood SugwY. etc. BOXES and bbls. Refined Sug^r, assorted Nos 10 boxes sperm Candles. 5 bags Java Coffee, now landing and for sale _S. HESSE RSMITH. Xoung YVjjson Y'ca. Chests Y. Hyson tea of superior quality, just re ceived and for sale by LINDSAY, HILL Co. feb 16 Wheat, Corn <8fc, LINDSAY, HILL 8c Co wish to purchase Wheat, Com, Rye, Beans, and Peas. In Store—20 bushels shellbarks, which they will sell low to close consignment._ft b 16 New Orleans Sugar, etc. a ra HHDS New-Oi leans Sugar of superior quality, 1U 1 hhd. 1 tierce, and 10 boxes refined Sug.tr 6 chests Young Hyson Tea, Globe's cargo Now landing and for sale by feb 14 _ S MESSERSMITIl. V uynUurei uiiA JAMES QUEEN—CABINET MAKER, HAS on hand at his manufactory, on Royal-street, a few doors south of King, a general assortment of FASHIONABLE FURNITURE of his own manufac ture. Bay of Honduras mahogany, suitable for hand rails, St Domingo curl and shaded mahogany in plank and veneer. ALSO, Copal varnish, sacking bottoms A cords, &c. all of which will be sold low tor cash or the usual credit to punctual customers. TURNING of every kind neatly executedr._dec 16 To lxo\, A small Frame Dwelling House with i commodmuj lot attached thereto, situated • 1 • * on Pitt. between Cameron and Queen-streets, 4 * ** To a good tenant the rent will be made low Apply to GEO. COLEMAN, feb 12 _ ¥ rtsYvioitfrtAe llats. THOMAS L. MARTTO 1 has just received a supply of HA I S from New York, consisting of first quality Bea . verhats, made particularly for him, and ^cl" Idreii'sfancy hais, suitable for the sea son. He h<u ulso wi hand, as usual, a meat of HA I’S of hi* own make, that are warranted cood- and is prepared to furnish gentlemen that may favor him with their cu,tom, with as good Hats as they can get in the District. . Customers can have the Hats they buy of him ironed dec 2 GootYa. basest sassy HAS just received in addition to his Pall Goods, re» cently advertised— Cloths and cassimeres Cassinetts and kerseys liose 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 Bandannn and Spittalficld hhdkPa. Plain black and figured bombazett* Merino shawls and handkerchiefs Brown, bleached, and colored domestics *55t mBw&Jmw COTTON TJBB, ■ BkSl BJILriMUJl* I- it With many other article*, all ot wwca tb« mort redact p*i«w. To Kent, And immediate possession given, ii'! v Ith#t *Pac‘<m* tenement, lately occupied as a “ ji Tavern, at the north-west comer of King and -* Fayette-streets. To a gnood tenant, the terms will be made moderate Apply to march 8—tf JAMES ENGLISH. New-Orleans Sugar. 5Hhd*. first quality N. O. sugar, landing from schr Columbia, and for sale by march 6_LINDSAY, JLLL, V Co. Cotton Tarn, ttugar, ate. 1550 POUNDS cotton yarn, assorted 30 bbls refined sugars 10 bales soft shelled almonds 10 boxes Genoa citron Just received and for sab by m»r 8_ A. C. CAZPNOVE k Co. HoWanA 0\n, rte "VTOW landing and fi>r sale by the subscribers, a few Aw pipes of Weesp Gin, of the fisb brand, of very superior quality Also—40 bbia refined sugars 15 hhds retailing molasses 20 boxes prunes 200 boxes raisins frb 24 A. C. CAZENOVE h CO. Uettings. Afl/ITV BBLS. Nett k No, 1 Herring—just received It for sale by R. |. T. WILSON. feb ‘28 uoavain^ House. \/f R8- H. HUNGEIIFOUD, begs leave to inform the i.v £citizens of Alexandria, and her acquaintances in general, that she has opened a Hoarding H«u>e, on Prince street, where.every exertion on her part will be used to give satisfaction to her customers on the most moderate terms. A few boarders by the week, or fora longer term would be received. feb 24—tf. •V• Orleans £ugat & Mo\as*ts« IINDSAY, HILL & Co. have landing from schr J Prompt, 5 hhds New Orleans Sugar, 10 do. do. Molasses, nrime quality. feb 14 Coffee and Win®. w C)A BAGS South Am. Coffee of superior quality, rwU Indian bbls Sicily Madeira Wine 5 do do Colmenar do Landing from these hr Alexandria and for sale- by feb 10S. MKS8EHSM1TH. Newtown Pippins. BBLS. Newtown Pippins, in good order, just r« J ceived and for sale by AAxadand UerTingaf. jy4 have in -tore 14 bbla. nett Shad, and 80 bbls. 1 do. Herrings, which we w illsell on accommo dating terms. LINI SAY & HILL. feb 5 _• S gar I .oaf J aper &c. (51 A BUNDLES «ug:«rloaf papej, 20 bundles binders boards, 20 bundles bandbox boards, 30 reams wrapping paper, received for sale by fcb 6 JOHN H. I.ADD. Copartnership IINDSAY 5c. HILL having, on the 1st inst., fortn A t-d a copartnership with Henry Van Solingen, of N» w-York, their husiness here will, in future, be con* ducted under the firm of Lindsay, Hill \Sf Co and, in New-York, where they have established a commercial house, UiU. lran Soling™ fjf Co ’ 8.1 MURL UIW8JIT, Hi WHENCE HILL, feb 12 HENH Y lr.iS SOUNGEN. \Y \YVP vuu\ O 1 SAMUEL M. JANbEYoffei for Sale: CASKS Winter pressed, and 1* lo. Summer ^ strained Sperm. Oil 10 baskets Sparkling Champaigne, oi ery supe* rior quality 175 gallons choice Old I- P- Madeira W ine, Also—Spermaceti Candles, White Lead, Cotton and Wool Cards, American Canvass, 2d mo. 3d—Jw.__ •Mvtuul Cun&tai ROXK* Mould Candles, of superior quality, forsaleby J. S, MILLER. 100 feb 2 Grapes and r igs. JARS Malaga Grape*, 32 half and quarter boxes Figs, 9 cases Ilats, for sale ny fPb2 A C. CAZKNOVBfc CO. 18 >eine Twine. etc. THF. subscriber has lately received a supply of Cot ton Heine Twine, which in addition to his stock of Hemp I wine, Cordage and Corkwood, w ill make his assortment in that line complete, and hold out an in ducement to Fishermen to call. Also on hand, a large quantity of Turks Island and Liverpool blown SALT, and Groceries of all descrip, tion*. GEORGE COLEMAN, feb 3__ 6unne>) Wag 9. 500OUNSEY D*g* j“,r;oHNds,n«iLLE‘i;by in store: 1500 bushel* wheat 10 bbls summer «»ij Family flour, etc __feM. ^ uscovftAo ftnA i»oaf Sugar. rllhds. prime quality St- Croix ? gujfm. ZX * C. JzKNOVE i C. jan 29 Candles rkfiWy "OXP.S mould esndles, 4, 5 fc 6's— landing ~Zzr7 front achr Jamea G. Stacy, from Providence, for sale by W. FOWLEkCo. dec 12_ ¥gt Went, A two story frame house on Prince, near the jy^interaection of Henry street, To a good tenant the rent will bo low. Apply to 2 mo 7 M. MILLEBkSON.