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lC<St c “M be it tf>ncted, That if this Road iJSnJt be commenced in two years from the \ of this Act, and shall not be finished iliihin this state in ten years from the lime of iIk commencement thereof, then this act shall be null and vote,. hie 2 J. -tud be it enacted, 'l hat full right and niiuks'e is hereby reserved to the Citizens of hi» state, or any Company hereafter to he incor porated under the authority of this State, to onneci with the Road hereby provided for,any O'lnr Rail Road leading from the main route, to any part or parts of this State, Provided, that in forming such connexion no injury shall be done to the works of the Company hereby in corporated. ....... liv an act of the Legislature of V irginu, passed the 8th day of March inst. all the rights ur.d privileges conferred on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company within the State or Maryland, under the above charter, are extend «■;! to* l!us corporation in Virginia, except that the company are not authorized to construct la feral roads in that state, without the consent ot ihr Legislature, and are not to intersect the Ohio River lower down titan the mouth ot the little Kenhawa. The Legislature have also pro vided, that*lands and materials required fortius road, shall be taken in the manner pointed out by a general law now in force in that Common wealth, and also, that persons willully and malt* « iously injuring the sa;d Road, or any ot the works*of th Company, shall be punished ac eording to the laws in force for the protection of public, wot Its, by imprisonment in the Pent te- tiaiy. fi»r a term n«t less than two years nor more than ten ______ MONDAY MOH 'ISG, MARCH 19, 1827. Below it will be Mtn that the President of the Unittwl States, in conformity to the act of Con gress of the 1st of March, 1823, has issued his Proclamation, prohibiting the trade and intci course between the British Colonial Ports (enu merated in the said act) and the United States. Congress being adjourned without lurther legislation on the subject, the President has pur sued the course dictated by the existing laws, and by the true interests of the nation. Tin re is appended, to the Proclamation, the act of 1823, and such other official papers as are necessary | to make it understood. j Several of the Philadelphia papers concur in believing that Commodore Bainbridge, upon leaving the Presidency of the Navy Board, in June next, will resume the Cumuwuul ol the Naval Station at Philadelphia Agreeably to promise, wc have inserted in uur columns, the late act of the Maryland Le- i gislature, incorporating the Baltimore and ; Ohio Rail Road C >mpany. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THF. U. STATES, PRCC • AlttATi ON. Whereas bv th*- dxth stciion of an act of j Congress entitled “An act to regulate the com- I “mercial intercourse between the United States “and certain British Colonn.I ports,” which was approved on the fi'st day of March, in the j year of our Lord 1823, it is enacted "that this J “act, unless repealed, altered or amended, by “Congress, shall be and continue in force so “long as the above enumerated British colonial “puns shall be open to the admission of the vessels of the United States, conformably to “the provision.-* < f the British act of Pai lia “inent, of the twenty-fourth of June last, being “the forty-fourth chapter of the Arts of the “third v*ae of (leorge the lourth: Bat if at any “time the trade and intercourse between the “United States and all or any of the above enu merated British colonial por’s, authorized by “the said act of Parliament, should be prohibi “hin d by a British OrtUr in Council, or by act “of Parliament, then, from the day of the date “of such Order in Council, or act of Parliament, "ot from the time that the same shall com “mcncc to be in force, proclamation to that el "i'ect having-been madt by the Pr. -ident of the "United States, each and every provision oft his “act, so far as the same shall apply to the inter course between the Un.ted Statis and the a “l»o\e enumerated British colonial ports, in “British vessels, shall cease to operate in their “favor; and each and every provision of the ‘Act “concerning Navigation, approval on me “tighten ih of April, one thousand eight bun “tjr, d 3r.<l eighteen, ami of the act supplemen tary thereto, approved on the fifteenth of May, “one thousand eight hundred and twenty, shall “revive and he in full force.” And whereas*, by an aci of the British Parlia ment. wnich passed on the fi th day of Juiy, in 'he year of our Lord 1825, entitled “An <»« t to lepee) the several laws relating to the Customs,’ the said act of Parliament of the 24th «*f June, 1822, was repealed; and hy another act of the 1>* i*ish Parliament, passed on the fifth day of Ji. v,ie the year of our Lord 1825. in the sixth war of the reign of George the Fourth,entitled ‘•An .,ct to regulate the trade of the Bi ittsh pos sessions abroad,” and by an order of His Bri tannic Majesty in Council, bearing dale the 27th or J tlv, 1826, the trade and intercourse authorized !>y tin* afor« said act of Parliament, of tlu* 24th of June, 1822, between the United States and the greater part of the said British colonial ports therein enumerated, have been prohibited upon and from the first day of De cember last past, and the contingency has thereby arisen on which the President of the United States was authorized *>y the sixth sec tion aforesaid of the act of Congress of 1st of March, 1823, to issue a proclamation to the ef fect therein mentioned: Now, therefore, I, John Quinct Adams, Pre sident of the United Stales of America, do hereby declare and proclaim that the trade and intercourse authorized by the said act of Parlia ment of the 24th of June, 1822, between the United States and the British Colonial ports enumerated in the aforesaid act of Congress of the 1st of Match 1823, have been, and are, upon and from the 1st day of December, 1826, by the j £ aforesaid tiro several acts of Parliament,of the 5th of July, 1825, and by the aforesaid British Order in Council of the 27th day of July, 1826,. prohibited. Given under my band, at the City of Washington, this 17th day of March, in tire year of our Lord 1827, and the fifty-first of the Independence of the United States. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. By the President. H. CLAY, Secretary of State. AN ACT concerning Navigation. Sec 1. tie it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That, from and alter the thirtieth of September next, the ports of the United States shall be and remain closed against every vessel owned wholly or in part by a sub ject or subjects of his Britannic Majesty, com ing or arriving from any port or place in a Co lony or Territory of his Britannic Majesty,that is, or shall be, by the ordinary laws of naviga tion and trade, closed against vessels owned by citizens of the United States; and such vessel, that, in the course of the voyage shall have touched at, or cleared out from, any port or place in a Colony or Territory of Great Britain, which shall, or may be, by tlie ordinary laws of navigation and trade aforesaid, open to ves sels owned by citizens of the United States, shall, nevertheless, be deemed to have come from the port or place in the Colony or Terri tory of Great Britain, closed as aforesaid, a gainst vessels owned by citizens of the United States, from which such vessel cleared out and sailed befoie touching at, and clearing out from,! an intermediate and open port or place as al’ore- i said; and every such vessel so excluded from ! the ports of the United Stales, that shall entei, j or attempt to enter, the same, in violation ol lliis act, shall, with her tackle, appaiti, ami furniture, together wit.i the c »rgo onboard, such vessel, I) fort »te ■ t > th* Uin ed Stales. Sec. 2 And be it further emitted, I'liat, from and after the afutesaid thiilieth of September next, the owner, consignee, or agent of every vesstl owned wholly or in part hy a subject or subjects of l»is Britannic Majesty, which shall have been duly entered in any port of the Unit ed Stales, and on board of which shall have been there laden for exportation any article or articles, of the growth, produce, or manufac ture ol tlu* United Slates, other titan provisions and sea stoics necessary for the voyage, shall, before such vessel shall have been cleared out ward at the Custom-House, give bond, in a sum double the value of sucli articles, with one or more sureties, to the satisfaction of the Collec to**, that t he article, or articles so laden on board such \tssel for txpoitation, shall bt* landed in some port or place other than a port or place in h-C.dotty or Territory of his Britannic Ma 1 jesty which, by the ordinary laws ol navigation ! and trade, is closed against vessels owned by citizens of the United Stales; and any such ves sel that sail, or attempt io sail, from any port of the United States, without having complied with the provisions aforesaid, by giving bond as aforesaid, shall, with bet tackle, apparel and furniture, together with the article or articles aforesaid, laden on board the same as ttlorr&aid, he forfeited to in United States: Provided al | wavs, That nothing it. t' is act contained shall I be so deemed or construed, so as to v iolate any I provision of the Convention to regulate com ! tnerce bet ween the Territories ol the United I States and of hi-> Brtianic Majesty, signed the ' third day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Sec. 3 -nd be if further enacted, That t In* form | of the bond aforesaid shall be prescribed by the j Secretary of the Department of the Treasury; j and the same shall and may be discharged, and j not otherwise, l>> producing, within one yt at | after the date thereof, a like certificate to that I iei|uiied by and under ihe regulations contain ed in the eighty fiiM section of the \ct“io regu late the collection ol'duties on imports,” pass ed the second day of March, seventeen hundred and ninety-nine, that the articles of the growth, produce and manufacture, of the United States, . laden as aforesaid, were unladen and landed conformably to the provisions of this act, or in cases ofdoss by sea, hy capture, or other una voidable accident, by the production of such o ther proofs as the nature of the rase will admit, according to the provisions of the said eighty first set ion of the art aforesaid. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, that all pen alties and forleitures incumd by force of this act, shall he ^ed for, recovered, distributed, and accounted Tor, and may be mitigated and remitted in the manner, and according to the provisions of the revenue laws of the U. States. H C LAY, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN Cl A ILL \ HD, President ofthe Senate pro tem. Washington, April 18,1818—Approved : JAMES MONROE. AN ACT supplementary tp a* act entitled “An ect concerning Navigation.” Src 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of jlmei tea tn Congress assembled, That, from atul after tin* thirtieth (lav of September next, the P°,ts of the United States shall be and remain closed a eainst every vessel owned, wholly, or in part, by ? subject or subjects of his Britannic majes ty, coming, or arriving hv sea, from any port or place in the province of Lower Canada, or com ing or arriving from any port or place in the nrovince of Ncw-Brunswick, the province of Nova-Scotia, the islands of New-foundland, St Johns, or Cape Brclon, or the (Irpenrlencks of nnv of them, the islanos ol Bermuda, the Baha ma Islands, the islands called Caicos,or the de pendencies of any of them, or ft om any other port or place in any island, colony, territory, or possession, under the dominion ol Great Bu tain, in the West Indies, or on the cont.nen of America, south of the southern boumlai) ol the United Stales, and not included within near to which this act is supplementary. And eve ry such vessel, so excluded from the ports of the United Statts, *at shall enter, or attempt to enter, the same, in violation of this act, shall, with hei tackle, appaiel, and furniture, toget ih er with the cargo on board such vessel, be fo - felted to the United States. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, 1 hat, Bom and after the thirtieth day of September next, the owner, consignee, or agent of every vessel owned, Shelly or iu part, by a subject or sub jects of his Britannic majesty, which shall have Beeit duly entered in any port of the United States, and on board of which shall have been there laden, for exportation, any article or arti cles of the growth, produce, or manufacture, of the United States, other than provisions and sea-stores, necessary for the voyage, shall, be fore such vessel shall have been cleared outward at the customhouse, give bond, in a sunt double the value of such article or articles, with one or more sureties, to the satisfaction of the collec tor, that the article or articles so laden on hoard such vessel, for exportation, shall be landed in .some port or place other than a port or place in any province, island, colony, territory, or pos session, belonging to his Britannic majesty, that is mentioned or described in this act, or in the act to which this act is supolementary. And every such vessel that shall sail, or attempt to sail, from any port of the United Slates, with out having complied with the provisions afore said, by giving bond as aforesaid, shall, with her tackle, apparel, and furniture, together with the articles aforesaid, laden on board the same as aforesaid, be forfeited to the United States: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be deemed or construed so as to violate any pro vision of tire Convention to regulate Commerce between the territories of the United States and ol his Britannic majesty, signed the third day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Sec. 3. .hul be it further enacted, That, from and after the thirtieth day of September next, m> goods, wares, or merchandise, shall Ire im ported into tire United Stales of America from the province of Nova Scotia, tire province of New-Brunswick, the islands ol Cape Bretjn,St. Johns, Newfoundland, or their respective tie pendencies, from the Bermut a islands, the Ba hama islands, tire islands called Caicos, or either or any of the afore said possessions, islands, or places, or from any other prov ince, possession, plantation, island, or place, under the dominion of Great B itain in the West Indies or on the continent ol Ame rica, south of the southern boundaries of the U nited States, except only such goods, wares, and merchandise, as are truly and wholly of the growth, produce, or manufacture, of the pro vince, colony, plantation, island, possession, or place, aforesaid, where the same shall be laden, and from whence such goods, wares, or mer chandise,shall be directly imported into the U nited States; and all goods, wares, and mer chandise, imported,or attempted lobe imported into the United States of America, contrary to the provisions of this act, together with the vessel on board of which the same shall he la den, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, shall be forfeited to the United Stales Skc. 4 Jlnd be itfurther enacted, That the form of the bond aforesaid shall oe prescribed, and the same shall be dischatged, and all penalties and forfeitutes incurred under this act shall be sue d for, recovered, distributed, and accounted for, and the same may be mitigated, or remit ted, in the manner, and according to the pro visions, of the act to which this act is supple mentary. II CLAY. Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN GAILLAUD, President of the Senate protein. Washington, May 15, 1820—Approved: JVMES MONROE. |rj*»The Friends and Acquaintances of W m. Is«bki.t., are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, This .Ifternoon, at half past 4 o’clock, from his late dwelling on Union, between King and Prince streets. We are authorized to announce Gko. W. Macrak, F.sq. as a candidate to represent Prince William county in the next General Assembly of Virginia. Purl of •IWx.aiuYvuu. ARH1VED, March 18—Schr Alexandria, Howes, Boston, 7 days; rum, plaistcr, &c to A.C. C’aicnovc & Co. Sch’r F.sther &. Sally, Bancroft, Philadelphia; freight for the District. Fotp Uuston, The fine Schooner ALEXANDRIA, W. Howes master; will have quick despatch. For freight or passage apply to A. C CAZKNOVE &. Co. IVho hare for sale, landing from said schooner— 30 hlids N. E. rum 30 barrels do 10 -cases low priced hats 40 tons plaster mar 10 ^lecAianic AleAiei* Society. IIK nu mbers of the Mechanic Relief Society are t requested to meet at the Town Half, This Jffer noon, at half past three o’clock, for the purpose of at tending the Funeral of their late very worthy fellow member. William Isabill. By order, march 19 JNO- CORSE, Secretary. AVisAvict ot* CuAuiuAria, County of jTcxandrin, Set: GEORGE M. PERSONS iias applied'to the hon. \\ m. Cranch, Chief Judge of the United States’ Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, to be dis charged from imprisonment, under the act for the re lief of insolvent debtors within the District of Colum bia on the second Monday in April, at 9 o’clock, A. Jl. at the Court-Uou»e in Alexandria, when and where his creditors arc required to attend. march 19—gt___LDM- > l KK* (jewrge ^A. Vavsons vj5i .\s had a partial acquaintance with the Dry Goods and Grocery busines-He would like employ ment in either at this time, on liberal terms. Commu nications (post paid) will be promptly attended to march 19 ___— \Uc\\arA PVuwnner streets' where he will teach the following branches of Education at the following pnees, viz -Reading, Writine Arithmetic, English Grammar. Geography, -vri rs: Surveying at #6 per quarter; and the Latin Language at #10 per quarter. 2aw4t inar 19 Ueoxge VY.ttuffe* RESPECTFULLY tenders his services to the pub ESP EC r \SIC. Having been accustomed he as a MhCHA>IG ^ GoIl| he thinks *«££&ftE Ua KeS. ..paired * cue lie U C most reasonable terms.— EESS“him with .h«ircu.r -ill no, L7ZpoZyi. hi. *»p »»",«»>•*'. north of Cameron street, near the Market, inarch IV XoUce. TIE inhabitants of Alexandria will take notice, that the subscribers have been appointed, by the Com* mon Council of Alex. Assessors for the present year, agreeable to the laws of the Corporation; which re quires that the said Assessors “shall proceed to value the bouses and lots within the limits.of the town, and to demand from the master or mistress of every family therein, a list of all male tythables, particulariz ing the same by name, belonging to, or residing in, every such family; and, also, from every owner of taxa ble property, a list of such property.” NOW READ WfTAT THE LAW REQUIRES OF YOU, AND EITHER COMPLY WITH THE LAH, UR FORFEIT AND PAY ITS PENAL TIES: “And if any such master or mistress of a family, oi | any owner of taxable property, shall neglect or refute to give any such list, or shall refuse to give to any As scssor demanding the same, a true verbal statement of all such tytliables and taxable property, within five J days afterdemand thereof, in writing, (specifying the j kinds of property liable to taxation) shall have been; made by such Assessor, the person so offending shall forfeit and pay twenty dollars; and if any person shall wilfully omit or misrepresent in any such list, or state ment given to any such Assessor,any tythable or taxable property, or shall in any other manner wilfully con ceal the same from the knowledge of the asses sors, the person so of fending, shall forfeit and pay double the amount of the tax imposed on such j tythable, cr taxable property—Every merchant, ! shop-keeper, mechanic, or other person, having in * his or her service, or employment, any clerk, j journeyman, apprentice, or assistant, not being a house-keeper, shall render an account of the same, ‘ in his or her list of tytliables, and shall be accountable for the capitation tux which may be-imposed upon such tythable, in like manner and under the same pe-^ naltics as if such tythable were a member of his or her family. We hereby require and demand of every mas ter or mistress of a family,.that a list of tythable and taxable property for which they are by this law ac countable, be made out an l left with some member of their family to be presented to us when we call on them at their houses for the same. ISAAC ItOUBINS. mare 11 IT_WILLIAM HARPER, sen'r. I'ruit and Gin. 50 boxes Sicily oranges 50 do lemons 50 bbls pippin apples, all in prime order 10 bbls gin, landing from schooner Two Brothers, and for sale by LINDSAY, HILL Si Co. march 1.1 ‘VvesU Su\4\W$ of tiarden Seed. rpHE subscriber has just received a fresh supply of J. Carden Seed, selected in England bv an experi enced hand, which with his importation last fall, makes his assortment large and complete. THcre are ten sorts of Cabbage, several of English I'eas and Beans, do. of Raddish, Sic. jail 0 R. T. RAMSAY. Otuo flutter, Lvvrd, &c 40 Kegs Ohio butter 11 do do lard 20 barrels linseed oil, for sale by 3mo 17 M. MILLER, & SON. . \iUVUtW8, UNION Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania, 27th Class, will be drawn in I’iiiladclpnia on the 28th instant, 50 numbers—9 drawn ballots, 7/ighest prize 20,000 doMars. T ickets 5 dollars, halves 2 50, quarters 1 25. Grand State Lottery of Rhode Island, No. 11, will be drawn in Providence oil the 4th of April; 5U num. hers—6 drawn ballots, //ighest prize 10,000 dollars. Tickets 3 dollars, halves 1 50, qmrters75. 1'or sale at J. CORSE’S LOTTERY 6c EXCHANGE OFFICE, King-Street, 2 doors lies! of Royal-Street, Jllcxa The official lists of the drawings of the Delaware & Maryland State Lotteries may be examined as above. 15 30 51 49 1 44 18 26 25 Arc the drawn numbers in the Delaware Lottery, mar 17 __ LoUej*>f Information. Tyler’s Office, Alexandria Holders of tickets in the Maryland Mute lottery, So. 10, are invited to call at I'y lew’s Office, and examine the official list of the drawing. No. 7,831 is entitled to the capital prize of $10,000. T he following are the drawn numbers in the Dela ware State Lottery, No 6— 15 30 51 49 1 44 13 26 25 The next lottery is the Union Canal of Pennsylvania, 27th Class to be drawn on the 28th inst. Highest prize $20,000. Tickets f5—shares in proportion, at TYl. Kits TEMPLE OF FORTUNE, Washington, or corner of King and Royal struts, Jlrxandria where have been lately sold and paid several high pri zes, such as $20,000, &c &c. , , . Orders thankfully recived and promptly attended to. march i7 \V\uske3, etc. IIHDS. and ) Ba|tjmore Whiskey 30 bids. 5 4 bids. No. 2 and 3 refined »“*** Landing and for sale by S- MKSSLRSMII H. Landing from Schr Charlotte,at trivia's Wharf— 4U hints Whiskey superior quality 40 barrels refined sugar For sale by A. C. CAZLNOVL St Co. mar 16 ___ rAoYasses. JO Hogsheads Burbadoea molasses, for sale bv march 16 «• *• T- '',L50N Velvet Omrks «Groce velvet corks of a superior quality, rc SrJ*"Jror“l'b,«. ..T.itsmi. jr’ntt ixnuuaV meeting of the lexandria Colonization Society will be held on the citing of the Third Monday of this month, 09th inst ) the First Presbyterian Church—at which the annual uoi t will be read, several addresses will be made, and ltd lection be taken up in aid of the Society funds— ... public are respectfully invited to attend. By order, N. R. FITZHUGII, Sac'y mar 15 Wm Harpei Junr. APOTHECARY A AD DRUGGIST. '1 WO doors from the corner of King and Fairfax streets, has just received a general assortment of Drugs and Medi cines, together with dyestuff's &c. kc. all of which he warrants to he of first quality and will sell on us good terms as tney can be procure*! in lexaivina, a rcason»««c credit given tol'hysicians and country dj^jera. —Beit lamp oil and chewing tobacco'and salad fd constantly on hand. marl 2— * __ 1000 march 13 Omons. BUNCOKS Onions, I^i'cn/VV^ «,cb, nunMSJgiS*. Clover Seed 30 Otfir* f'“h dQ'u-^sIr", mJ^uSct’ AUCTIONS Valuable Real Kstate at Auction. ON FRIDAY, Me 23d instant, I shall offer for sale by auction, the following property, vi*:— One Lot on Prince-street, betvreen Water and Union streets, 19 jfeet front, 44 deep to a 4 feet alley running into a ten feet alley, on which is an excellent stone foundation for a cellar. Also—One moiety of the wharf property, known bv the name of Vowell’s. 88 3J1-12 fronton Union-street and running into the Potomac, with the Two Large Brick Warehouses on the same, now occupied by Messrs. James & Jo. shua Harper, Kobinson 8t Shinn, and Mr. Sa _muel Messersmith. $y The other hall of thig property may be purchased at a fair rate. Also—The Two ‘'lory Brick Pwellin* and Lot 176 feet on Water and 123 feet on Franklin-street, now jn the occupancy of Mr. J. Adam. Also—The Fra*ne Dwelling and Lot, nearly opposite the last mentioned property, lately occupied by D. McLean, Ksq. Also—The Three Story Brick, Fire-Proof Warehouse, on Fairfax street, next door to Messrs. E. Stabler & Son, now occupied by Mr. W. Harper, jr. The sale will commence on the wharf propert), pre cisely at 10o'clock, A M. and he continued from lot till all is disposed of. Terms liberal, and made known at sale. GEO. JOHNSON, march 19—cots Auctioneer. BJINK STOCK FOR SALE. ON the 24th doy of rhe present month at 12 o'clock, Af. the subscriber will offer at nublic sale lor cash, at the front door of the Alexandria Reading Room, 100 shares of the capital Stock of the Farmer’s Rank of Alexandria, or so much thereof as will satisfy the sum of three thousand anti twenty seven dollars fifty seven cents, and charges of sale. JOHN IIOOFF, Cashier, march 13 3tawts Vu\j\u*, &a\c. ON SAl'URDA Y the 21 si day of April next, at 4 o’* cluck I’. M the subscriber will offer at public *a.,e Ht 9att’8 Tavern near Alexandria, a tract '■ *an‘* ,n County of Fairfax, 2^ Containing On<. Hundred Acres, Situated qii the north side oftlic Little River turnpike road, and beginning at the east abutment of the bridge over Accntink Run—now occupied bv I homas K Realle. 1 he above sale will he made un der the authority of:* deed of trosf from the said Bcalle to the subscriber. Terms cash. H I. TAYLOR, Trustee, feb 15__Stawts M.wrs\\ttVs SaYvi. WH.L he sold for cash on Wednesday the 18th day of April next, at 5 o’clock in the afternoon, all the right, title and interest of William B Wilson, in and to a lot of ground situated on the ea t side of Fair fax-street, and binding on Fairfax street 26 feet, and extending back, eastwardly, 115—it being the lot where the late fire consumed all the improvements.—. Sold to satisfy an execution in favor of Henry Howard, use, &c. C. SCOTT, D. M. For T. Ringgold, Marshal. • mar 14 3tawts VubWc &a\c , BY Li MLS C. BA RHYL I WILL sell at 10 o’clock A. M on Thursday the J2nd inst. in lots from the s;age, a large and gen eral assortment of consisting of cloths, cassimeres, sattinets, calicoes, ginghams hosiery, bandannae hdkf*. threads silks, cotton bails, blankets, flannels, brown bleached Hol land dome-tic’s, merino shau Is and hdkfs. chintz ditto gloves, nankeens, Wilmington stripes, vesting*, bom bnzeenes bombazetts, crimson moreens, dimities, Irish linens, lawns, brown hollands, brown linens &.c&c. mar 15—dts JAMES C. BA RUT. Auct: Marshal's Sale. 117ILL be sold for cash, on Monday the 16/A day of v Y April next, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, all the right, title and interest of Abiel Holbrook, in and to tile following property. OAE FRAME HOUSE AND LOT, B£iiLi»*tuated on Thomas’ Alley, and fronting on said alley 22 feet, and extending north and south 79 feet 7 inches. Also, one other I.ot, with all the improvements thereon, situated on the west side of Washington street, beginning 110 feet 6 inches from Duke street, and running south on Wash ington street 44 feet; thence west 92 feet 7 inches; thence north 60 feet, thence east 61 feet, tlieuer north 18 feet, east 31 feet to the beginning. Sold to satisfy an execution in favor of the Farmers’ Bank of Alexan dria, assignee of E. I. Lee. C. SCOTT, D M. march 14 fi>rT. Ringgold, Murshhal. *\ t\\ •lucliiin »uuV Commission Store. J AXfcES 0.3ARR!f, BF.CS !< avc toinloi m his friend* and the public, that lie has this day taken mi' a licence as Auctioneer, and will thankfully receive and faithfully execute all bitsitussentrusted to his care The principles on which he intends conducting the business, will be sim ilar to those winch regulate establishments in Haiti more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, and which he :* induced to hope will give general sat fart . n To Merchants and others at a distance, the mo*' >atis factory reference scan be given, and when required, reasonable advances will be made, on the arrival of property tube disposed of at auction. He will be always ready to attend to the sale of lteal, and i’eraonal Estate, Stocks, Household furni ture, &c. &.C. And has now on Safe, TT\is present extensive stock of Retail Dry Goods which lie will sell wholi sale or retail, to euMon ns for Cash, at prime cost, he being desirous to dispose of them, previous to his first Public Sale, of which notice will he given in the Psprrs. //aving rented a large 3 story fire proof Ware-house those who consign may have a perfc-ct security against fire; as he it determined in addition to have a full insur ance effected on all consignments mar 13— JAMBS C. BARKY. The National Intelligencer, Balt. mm. American, Poulson's American (Philadelphia.) New York Daily Advertiser, and the Boston Patriot, will insert the a bove every other lime, three times, and send their ac counts immediately to this office. _ Mechanics’ Bank, Alexandria, March 7, 1827. A DIVIDEND for the last six months, of Umo per cent on the Capital Stock paid in, is this day de clared, payable to the Stockholders or their legal re presentatives on the ITtli mst. CHARI.FS CHAPIN, Cashier. Sait. Houghs, elc. nflflfl BUS**El.8 coawe Salt, ttUUU I5 barrels Apples, in prime order, for sale by JOHN II. LADD. Also—Freeborn’s Patent Ploughs apd Castings Binders and bandbox boards Men’s and women's boots and shoes Wool and fur h its, combs, etc. 12 eight day mantle Clocks_march 15 Oranges am\ Leiuun&. AO Boxe*fre*h Sicily oranges and Ic’tnons, received OU this day and for «d* by march 15 It. I- T. WILSON.