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TUESDAY MOHMNG, MAKtU 27, >837.
Tlie Albany Argus denies that Mr. Clinton will be supported bv the Republicans of New York as Vice President of the United States, a., i [ft,* Editor is not aware, he says, that the R.publicans desire tlie Vice President may be •elected from that State. The Pittsburg papers mention that a pub c meeting was held in Fayette county, on the 5. !i iust. at which resolutions were offered in 1 vur of Internal Improvement and a judicious 'faiiF; but owing to the opposition of General jMkson'*friends the meeting was adjourned be fjtc the question was taken. It will he remembered that the latest advices jjom England, represented that Mr. Canning hud been dangerously ill, but was then conva Ivscent. The London Courier, adverting to the circumstance, takes occasion to eulogise the Minister in the following Ymisterial manner: “If this distinguished statesman could know 'he absolute dismay which was inspired by the supposed alarming character of his illness, he would understand how all classes of his coun •, vineii appreciate him. It was not the ordi nary anxiety which is naturally felt for the in aith of an eminent public man; but it was the mingled feeling of fear, lest we should sustain -n irreparable loss and of anticipated sorrow, for the ,• emature extinction of such a master mind, that prevailed every bosom. At no pe riod in the history of this country, since the d ath cvf Mr. Pitt, has there been a conjuncture of affairs pregnant with consequences of great er magnitude and complexity, both abroad and at home, than at the present moment; and, as :n the case of Pitt, their issues, at least of the former, are in tie hands of one man. This is the conviction of the country; and hence the deep anxiety which the country must feel, at rhe most distant prospect of such a calamity as the otic we glanced a». The announcement, consequently, which we made on Saturday, St which we rejoice in being able to repeat to-day, will be received with sincere pleasure through out the Empire.” U S. Ship North Carolina—Information lias bom received at New York, from the Captain Mf the Ship Hope, from Marseilles and Gibral tar, that the United States’ Ship North Caro lina, Commodore Rodgkrs, had experienced a violent gak- off Corsica, which had so strained her and otherwise damaged her sails, that it ‘ was found necessary to put into Toulon to re pair, whence she sailed on the 15th of January. Commodore Rodgers, Captain Perry, and sev eral others of her officers, made a visit to Mar seilles from Toulon, where they were received with every mark of respect. Among itthtr gen teel courtesies, two Balls were given to them during their stay. The officers wei« in fine health. Front (’it National Journal, March 26. A report having found its wav into several papers, that an anatigemrnt of the difference on the Colonial question with Great Britain had been made by Mr. Gallatin, we have tak en some pains to inquire into the truth of it.— We learn that there is no ground whatever for the report; hut that, nn the contrary, Great Bri tain perseveres in altogether refusing to treat on that question. There is, therefore, no pros pect whatever of any adjustment of it by con vention. It is now more than ever a matter ol regret, that Congress should have adjourned without passing any new law. The bill which was si multaneously reported by the Committees ol the two Houses specified the conditions on which this Government vvns willing to place the trade. Th«-y were reasonable and mode rate, ami contained the smallest amount of pri vilege with which this country, with any regard to its interests, could be satisfied. Had that hill passed, it would have substantially met the ter in'i of the British act of Parliament of 1825, and Ixen a legislative proposition to the Bristih Government, which could not have been declin ..I without its being manifest to the whole world that Greet Britain is unwiliihg to place the trade with this country on the same foot ing as she has put it with ail other nations. It may be asked, why cannot the same conditions be throw n into the form of a Convention ? The answer is, because Great Britain will not treat. The Senate, by putting aside the bill of its own Committee, and substituting that of General Smith, and then refusing an amendment of the House, .which was necessary to give effect to hiv bill, and called for by the honour and ebar ac'er of this country, has left the question in a most embarassing state. Nothing can be done \ovv until Congress, at the next session, shall supply the defect of legislation at the last. The 1‘oitseqiit nec is that one year, if not more, is 'ost by the course which the Senate pursued. />)«i the. Cftiilicothe (“Ohio^ Gazette. Many of our readers will probably recollect, that, in our paper of the 1st ult. we stated, on the authority of two letters from one of our m.'»m fibers in Missouri to his correspondent in this neighborhood, that one General L). Giieen, who represented himself as our Agent, had re tched from the writer a certain sum of money due us on account of his subesription, which he had neglected to remit; and requested, a tnong others, the Editor of the United States' Ttieeraph' who resided in Missouri at the time thw nU,ncy in question was paid, and whose name we supposed might have been borrowed bv our self-constituted Agent, to give us some information with respect to the present resi dence of the latter, so as to enable us to recov er our just dues. It appears from a late number of the Tele fraph) that our remarks on this su.qtct, cut somewhat closer than we intended-— the worthy Editor, instead of his nantesake} having turned out to he the identical personage who had kind ly undertaken to save us the trouble of collect ing this money; and being consequently highly offended at the publicity we have thought pro per to give to this singular transaction his modesty having taken the alarm at the idea that the knowledge of this act of disinterested be nevolence was no longer to be confined exclu sively to his own bosom. In order, therefore, to withdraw the attention of his readers from the real merits of the case, he commences what is no doubt intended as an apology for his con duct, by making a dash at the Administration— as if the fitness of Adams or Jackson to occu py the Presidential Chair had the least con nexion with the matter in controversy—repub lishes the whole of our remarks, as au evidence of this fact—and then proceeds as follows: “ The history of this matter is as follows:— Sometime ago, either in 1822 or 1823, a young Mr. Davis, in Saline county, Missouri, who had removed from the neighborhood of Chilicothe, requested us to write to the editor of the Sup porter | Scioto Gazette] for his paper, we, at that time, acting tis Postmaster at Chari'on, Missouri. We did so. Some lime after, an account was raised between the father of Mr. Davis and ourselves, and he had credit in a store and tan-yard for services rendered to us. After ibis,the son wanted to know whether the amount of his subscription to the Reporter ("Scioto Ciazettc] could nut be arranged through hisfatlur; we assented to it, ar.d had our ac counts with the father ever been adjusted, we have stood prepared to pay over to him or to his order, any balance in his favor. Whether the balance, on a settlement of our accounts, will be in favor of Mr Davis, or of us, we know not. Whether the father has charged us with the amount of the subscription of his son, we know not, for we removed front Chariton in January, 1824, and the account never has been furnished us to this day. “Front thecharacterof.Mr. Davis, we believe hint to be an honest man, and cannot suppose that he ever staled that we represented our selves as the agent ol the “Supporter” [Scioto Gazette J We pronounce it to be a wicked & deliberate falsehood, as is also the statement that we passed‘ through Chillicollie, a soon time since, on our return” to this city; a false hood fabricated to give color to the other base charges which accompany it. We returned to the city by way ol the Lakes and New York Canal.” It will be recollected, that in the article to which the above is a teply, we did not charge the Editor of the Telegraph with having re ject ved»our money. On tin contrary, we stated, I unequivocally, that “we would tnuuh sooner bc j lievc there were a dozen Generals D. Green ! living in the same neighborhood,” at the time j the transaction took place, “than to suppose it possible, that so pure and incorruptible a patriot coulc.’ have been guilty of so mean and disho nest an artifice for the purpose of the wind” Ol course, the consequences of this exposure, vv hatever they may be, must lie at this Editor’s door, and not at ours. It may like wise he observed, that he gives it as his opinion, in which, by the way, we most heartily con cur—that Mr. Davis, the subscriber referred to in our remarks, i.-> “an honest man;” the cor rectness of whose statements is not to be caller, in queston Having premised this much, vve will proceed to call the attention of our readers to the following extracts from letters written by the latter g. nth-man — the originals of which are in the hands of Felix Renick. Esq. of this j county, and can he examined by anyone who , may desire it—ar.d h-a'c it to a candid and re fl- cling public to decide how far they justify the statements given irt our paper of the 1st ul timo:— “Polclesaw Plains, July 5, 1826.—I wish you would see Mr. Baii.hache, and see what my j account is there fell him I have paid bis Jl ■ gent for the two first years, and he has since moved away. Gen D Green is his name” “September i, 1826.—I wish you to si ttie with Mr Uailhaciie, and be sure to not pay him for the two first years, for I paid his Agent Six Dol lars for two years.” To offer any comment, on ihe evidence con tuinrd in the above, would be superfluous. It is lull and conclusive—our mistake, with res pect to General D. Green’s supposed visit to I this place, being altogether unimportant—and | no observations of ours could add toils weight. ! We will merely remark, that it is not true, as ■ stated by this gentleman, that it was in conse quence of a letter from him that our paper was \ ot 'ginally sent to Mr Davis To ihe best of ; our recollection, this was done in pursuance of ' an order from a citizen of Chillicoihc; and so far from ever having authorized him to act as our \gent, we never even knew that such a per son was in existence until after he had become a member of the editorial corps. We may likewise observe, that this paper has been regu larly forwarded to him ever since the com mencement of the Telegraph, so that lie might easily have noticed our former article, had he found it convenient so to do, without waiting until his attention was particularly directed to it by a casual reader Our losses have been so frequent, since we commenced business, that we would have per mitted General Green to retain the six dollars which it appears he received from Mr. Davis, on our account, without saying u word, or be stowing a thought upon it, had we not been sa tisfied that the various charges against the ad ministration, with which he is in the habit of gulling his leaders, are of infinitely less impor tance, to the people of the U. Slates, than the loss of a few dollars is to us as a private indivi dual; ami that, while our statement is substan tiated by the best evidence of which it is sus ceptible, his have, for the most part, nothing but the ‘‘stuff dreams arc made of,” to rest up pon. Personally, however, we owe him no ill will. It would be too much to expect from a man circumstanced as he is, a nice sense ol moral obligation; it is therefore, probable that, having once firmly persuaded hlmsel! that he was laboring exclusively for Ihe good of the people. he ha3 thought it reasonable that we, as one of them, should contribute something to his sup port* ' __ For Sale, The Hull of a New Vessel, built in Mathew’s trJ.X^countv. Virginia, of the best materials, copper fastened to the bends, and is expected to sail last.— She is 74 feet on deck, 22 feet beam, and 8$ feet hold, and measures 118 tons States’ tonnage. Persons dis posed to purchase will please examine for themselves, j She can be bought on reasonable terms, and the terms | of payment made accommodating. Apply to Captain , Knight on board, or to KOB1NSON & SHINN, ( inarch 27 Vowell’s Wharf OOMOl£ROIAL Prices of Produce in .Hggandria yesterday • Flour, ••• ••• $4 93 Wheat, ••• 0 85 » 1 00 Corn, (sales).. 0 52 Bye, . 0 55 Oats, . *••• ••• ^ 57 Port of Amman, March 26—Sloop Constitution, Teal, Philadelphia, 4 days; freight for the District. Sclir. Hope and Susan, " isson, New-York, 4 days; salt, potatoes, lemons, &c. to CimUay, Hill & Co. Sclir. Elizabeth, Baker, New-York, 7 days; salt to Wm. Fowle & Co. Schr- George, Bacon, Portland, 12 days, with loss of foremast; lumber, mackeral, potatoes, &c. to Josiah H Davis and the master. Schr. Harriet, Taylor, Chatiiam, 6 days, ballast to Wm. Fowle Co. SULRR, Brig Magnolia, Hall, St. I liotnas. Norfolk, March 22.— Drived ih Hampton V. nds. ship Rosseau, of Philadelphia, McLeeven^ Amsterdam 47 days, in ballast.—Sailed from Sew Dieppe, 2d Feb. in company with ship Ann Parry, K Tiuare, of Ports mouth. N. II. for New-Orleans, and pulled with h r ! 4lii following off the Stail.—1ship North America, Harden, of Philadelphia, Alexandria, and brig Frances, of Boston, from Char! ‘ston, detained by the | ice from discharging tlnsir cargoes The North Vine rica would sad for Hampton Hoads after having dis charged. Flic Rosseau lias brought home 5 of the crew of the ship Mandarin of Baltimore, which was stranded on the lStli of January, near the Holder. The -chooners r-lizabeth, Corning, for .VLiranham; Potomac, Hears, for Boston, and sloop Regulator, Mun roe, for St. Thomas, from Alexandria, have gone to sea. A Providence brig, laden wirh coffee.’sugar and mo lasses, is ashore about 6 miles to the Northward of Cape Hatteras—Neither her name nor where from is understood: but she is represented as having all her sails blown away before site got in, and is since filled with water. t“ ■ '2U-LL".1-1 - Yuy YYuslon, The Schr. INDUSTRY, fd/P Captain Duane, burthen about 550 barrels— ffV/I She is now ready to receive a cargo. •toSSU Apply to ' s. MESSEIISMITH# march 27 _ Vov YYos'nn, The Schr HOPE § SUSP'S, Capt- Wixeii; a good vessel, carries 650hhls. For freight or passage, apply to captain W. l»on board, or to march 27 John s. mii.lf.r CYyuyYy.s YYeniw.U HAS received a supply of DOMESTIC GOODS, consisting of • Plaids, stripes, checks, bedticks, Mott’s spool 3 cord wire' cotton in boxes Wilmington ami Washington twilled stripes of supe rior quality ON H I SI), Brown and bleached cottons of various qualities Best B rid port shat! and herrftg SEINE Tff INK and SHOE THREAD. march 27 Salt, Oranges, Apples, &c &c, 4 OOO **us*,e^s G. Alum salt It H rl I 59 sacks do Liverpool filled 50 boxes Sicily oranges ) . , • cn 1 s f m prune order # 50 do do lemons > 1 , 20 barrels ('ox’s gin jj ... 5 ,lo B:„l.M-,Jor"n"“’r‘,"'''t} 21 do mess pork ) .. , .... . .. 23 do prime do $N Wk City inspection 20 do pippin apples, perfectly sound 2 blub N. Orleans molasses 1 2 coils cordage, m ule of Russia hemp . I 1500 lbs smoaked beef, represented to lie very good 13 doz calf and other skins. Landing from schr Hope fc Susan, from N. York and for sale on accommo dating terms, if taken from on board, by match 27 LINDSAY, HILL, Si To. TjYet’s VMYvcp, Alexandria, 1/r/rc/i 28. The following are the numbers drawn in the Wash ington I<od re Lottery, No. 7: 76 85 80 143 142 35 105 135 57 52 104 123 92 121 20 45 139 31 129 87 93 HO 107 97 41 75 11.3 69 A large proportion of prizes was, as usual, sold at Tyler’s, holders of which are desired to hand them in for payment. Union Conn! of Pennsylvania, 27 !h Class tr. be drawn on the 28th inst. Highest prize $20,(200. Tickets '5—shares in proportion, at TILERS TEMPLE UP FORTUNE, Washington, or comer of King and Roy ill streets, .llcxundria. where have been lately sold and paid several high pri ze-., such as $20,000, &c &c. Orders thankfully recivcd and promptly attended to. march 27 Dr Lingard’s History of England, From the first Invasion of (he Homans. rno expatiate on the excellence of the above work, 1. to delineate its merit, the correctness and integ rity of its narratives, the multitude of authorities to which it refers, would be as impossible for an ordinary genius as it would be for the* most prejudiced and cen sorious critic to depreciate the work itsi It, or to de tract aught from its intrinsic value. Suffice it, there fore, to sav, that it has already obtained the unquali fied approbation of the l.iterati in every quarter, and continues not only to excite the admiration of every Wr of genuine history in the present age, but bids fair fur the chief pre-eminence amongst its predecessors with a blooming munortality and casting as it were, tile greater part of them into the shade of merited ob I livion. * The undersigned, the sole and exclusn c agent 1 in the State of Maryland to the above interesting hw 1 tow, is happy to inform his friends and numerous sub 1 scribers, that after due calculations have been made of i the costs attending the puol.cat.on, it >s foundI.hat it can be delivered to-subscrib rs at the very moderate nrice of <15 oercopy, composing 10 tols each, p»>a ICndcllrco- l.er,;g.r.«)fivv;l»!l»r.chc,r«r.l.!» fu-v r-m he had in London, or sold m this country.— i have hitherto favor- d him with singular marks ofIhe r ! r • ii- .x i noimnarP. will not desert him on tne ! l;m'S ™ considerations imloccd P-cs! 1 >L _! ke a crcat responsibility; assuring them, him to undertake a g ^ I cintrad Union, that atthe«imc t.me.w. lmuti ( alin(lit to the , all his mental and "> , to tl)lc „haustu,n of life : PTn *"°.n !,f of lour vears and four months, “,,in* “ “T'Vhemore 3 solicits patronage, I bcretorc, lie « etc him from the sale of tl.e ~c ".&A -—*« —'«« •*» « price, described as above, care of Mr. E. D> er, t,cne nd Poa. Office, Washington C'V 0,C0SK0LLY> Sole and exclusive Agent to the above work, mar 27 0 Yot Y\u\a(YeYv>\\V&, The regular Packet jjfk ' Sloop CONSTITUTION, J. leal, master; will sail on Saturday next the ■HKdHt inst.—For freight apply on board, or to ROBINSON Sc SHINN, VowelPs Wharf. Who have received, per said Sloop, a few barrels mar 27_PICKELS For Freight, The Schooner HARRIET\ I'crLOB, master; carries 700 barrels—ready to receive a cargo. & Apply to WM. FOWLKStCo. mar 27_ For freight The Schr. M aine, Nason master, carr:ns7Go barrels—ready to 'receive a cargo for a southern or eastern [ .«B_Btapoit.—:AppIy to mur ~7 * Wm. FOWLE & Co. * Also for Freight, # The Sf hr. ELIZ \ HETU, Baker, master; carries .150 barrels. Apply 1 r u,bo.vt!- f or sale, on board said schr. 500 | \^jSwSfc.bushels Coarse Salt. march 27 X ouug Uy sou To a. <5)i^Uhests, Thomas Scattergood’s cargo, landing this r day from the sloop Constitution, and for sale by nurcli 27_._S. MESSERSMITII. Yautiou 4 1.1. persons are cautioned against trespassing in any *m. manner, upon the Farm adjoining the town of A lexandria, known bv the name of Shuter’s Mi.I, as the offenders will he prosecuted to the extent ol the law. march 27—31_II Jt. DULANY. Potatoes, Salt, Cider. etc7~ Landin'! from Schr Industry, Don re, from N. V BUSHELS Potatoes, represented to be near •* ly equal to those imported from England or Ireland. 50 sacks fine salt, Liverpool filled, extra size 14 barrels cider, good quality 15 casks Goshen cheese, superior quality 1 tierce fresh timothy seed All of which will be sold low if taken from on board. match 26 LINDSAY, HILL & Co. S. «i. »MftY8tfc\\er Wishes to rent his dwelling, situated in the . [j* most healthy part of the town, and near good he. water. The house is commodious, with large '• .»■* stable, carriage house, smoke house, s,c. with large garden, kitchen and house yards, all distinct.— march 26 tf Fit si LoUevies. I[XIOX Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania, 27th Class, ' draws in Philadelphia 28th instant; combination of 60 numbers—9 drawn ballots. Highest prize #2o,o0U. Tickets #5, halves 24, quarters lj. Grand State Lottery of lihodc Island, No. 11, draws in Providence fill April—highest prize #6,000. Tickets $:i, halves t quarters 75 cents. V irginia Navigation Lottery, Class .\o. , draws in Pet< rsbui*j 11th April—highest prize #10,000. Tickets 4, halves 2, quarters 1. Tor sale at J. CORSE’S LOTTERY Sc EXCHANGE OFFICE, King-Street, 2 doors lies/ of Royal-Street, Aina Ij \V acre may be bad, in addition to some of the a* bovs Ivndsome prizes, BEST CAVENDISH TOBACCO, Spanish, half Spanish, and Common SEGARS. mar 26 • 3t 211,000 IVA'avsl for only On Wednesday next will be awarded to some lucky adventurer, no doubt, who will procure his ticket at Kunnells’ Lucky Office, where some others may be al so obtained, viz. s 10,000, 5,000, 2,945, 10 of 1000 ami 20 of 500, with an immense number of 250, 100, See. Tickets are getting scarce—present price #5; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25; eighths 62j cents. All orders promptly attended to if addressed to J. H. KUNNELLS, march 26 Alexandria. O. t*. WuuUwls V SMART active lad, to attend in a Dry Good Stoic —enquire of the Editors, mar 24—3t _ To Rent For one or more rears, that elegant j jj three-story brick dwelling house on the nortli •• * a > side of King street, adjoining A. C Cazenove, " with stable anil good carriage house, and all other conveniences, lately occupied by Ur. Fitzliugh. Possession can be bad immediately. The rent will be made very low to a good tenant. Applv to mar24 _II. HOWARD, Scn’r Outs for ^ulc. THE subscriber offers for sale, on board the schoon er Saucy Owl, Iving at Chamberlain’s wharf, 250 bushels Oats, which will be sold low if purchased im mediately- GEO. COLEMAN. march 22___ Russia MirCtings PIECES Russia Sheetings of superior quality, Oil! I for sale by W. FOWLE St Co march 22 ___ Tar, Hosin etc. JOHN II LADD offers for sale the cargo of sclir. Sparrow, 200 barrels tar 50 barrels rosin 4 do varnish 2 <lo spirits turpentine_march 23 Black at one CooAs. i A BALES 3.4 and 4-4 brown cottons £“X 2 cases satUnetts 550 lbs. cotton yarn 50 boxes No. 1 chocolate ALSO— Russia and Ravens Duck, Russia Sheeting Received per sloop Rising Sun—For sale by mar 23 A. C CAZKNOVK k Co. Sugar auA Coffee. 10 SffSre’u \ Mu$COTld<> ,uear, 7000 lbs. prime green coffee, landing from Sch'r Oeorge. & Marj from Matanzai and for sale by march 23. WILLIAM FOWLE it Co. Whiskey. a IIHDS. lauding from the schr. Institution, and LU for sale by mag22 S, MB38BR8MITH. Wklslse? an A Java Coffee. 1*" HUDS. prime Baltimore whiskey ) 25 bags old Java coffee 10 tierces rice Landing this morning and for side by ^j^gQ^ mar 22_*' --——-— Fork and Chocolate. CMFTY barrels prime Pork, 50 I oxes x V late, just, received for *a.e by poWLE k QQ mareh 2 AUCTIONS ON FRIDA Y the 301h imt at 10 o'clock, I WILL sell for cash, at the residence ot S’. A Mars teller, oh Washington street, adjoining, Friends. Meeting Mouse, a variety of # UtiuseAuilA I'wrnUure*, consisting of ..deboanl; d.nir.g, t„, c;.rd a,.d dres8;ng. tables? vane, rush and ph.,r chair*, cane and plain set tees; bureaus, beds, bedsteads, ua>b stands, ci,.die do, andirons, d.ovels, tongs fenders, cnb MOlk!<Und9f portable de^k, glass shades, kc 8ic, j ALSO —2 original heads by an Italian artist, 2 kisto ! ncal pieces by do., 2 engravings by V hessal, French , heads, Baptism ol Christ, Bishop Asburv, kc | JLSO-A young Cow of excellent qualification*. ; with a Cult two weeks old; a ctoking Stove, of tha most inodt rn, approved and simidc construction? an old fashioned gig, in excellent order. march 26—U _0._ JOHNSON, Auctioneer. Public Sale ON Thursday next, the 29:h Inst a 10 o'clock, A M. will be sold at the store of the late V. illi^ni ha b« II, on Unron-street, all his stock in trade, conisting ot—Cloth., cassimeres, calicoes, handkerchief*, hn ens,, flannels, kc. and also a great variety of \toat\y .MtuW 1'\u\\h*s. Likewise, a considerable quantity of PRICKS, on th« lot up* n the north sole of Prince street, where th* store of s.iiil lsabell Atood previous to the late tire. Terms at sale EIMVAIII) l'. MAY, march 24—ts F.x’r. of Wm lsabell. Public hw\e. IT is proposed to ■ fl’ei, -.*t public sale, on tlie 3d uf A/iril next, all the lands unsold belonging to the es tate of the late Samuel Nn Imls, deceased, amounting to about one thousand aeies, in Tln-cc several Tracts, P,,e a),'ul 870 acres timbered land, lyi"P near Snicker’!, Gap turnpike roaiT^ an»l 'jpva* about 10 miles west from l.eesburg.— It will divided to suit purchasers. One other lot ot 96 Acres, in the same neighborhood. And one other lot of 22 Acres, adjoining the meeting house lot at Goose Creek The lands will he shown any time pr, vinos to the sale, by either ot the ex* cutnis. 1 he common cus tom respecting payments, and the usual mod* <t se curing them will he adopted, w ith so*'h variations as may finally be agreed on. Sale to take place on the premises, on the day above named. ISAAC NICHOLS, V W M. Hot. I'., C P.xecutors. WM. PIGGOT, 3 march 17—cots IXe\\ Auction vnu\ Commit* sum Stove. JAB2ES C. BARR IT, BF.es leave to inform Iris friends and the public, that he has this day taken out a licence as Auctioneer, and will thankfully receive and faithfully execute all business entrusted to his care 'I he principles on which he intendscondiicting the business, will he sim ilar to those which regulate establishments in Haiti ! more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, and which i he is induced to hope will give general satisfactu n — i To Merchants and others at a distance, the most satis | factory references can tie given, and when required, reasonable advances w ill be made, on the arrival of property to be disposed ol at auction. lie will he always ready to attend to the sale of Beal, and /’crsunal Estate, Stocks, Household furni ture, Sec. &.c. And has notv on Sale, //is present extensive stock of Retail Dry Goods which he will sell wholesale or retail, to customers for Cash, at prime cost, he being desirous to dispose of them, previous to his first Public Sale, of which notice will be given in the Papers. //aving rented a large 3 story fire proof W are-housc those who consign may have a perfect security against fire; as he is determined in addition to have a fidl insur ance effected on all consignments. mar 13— JAMES C. BARRY. 'f lic National Intelligencer, Baltin.ore American, Poulson’s American (Philadelphia,) New York Daily Advertiser, and the Boston Patriot, will insert the a bovc every other time, three times, and send their ac counts immediately to this office. •Vvw * uction Store. 8 N addition to his: Commission Bushiest, the subscri ber has this day taken a license to sell by Auction, and desires his friends and the public generally to be , informed, that he will transact business in either line, ! to the best of his ability, and in such a manner as is | customary in other establishments of a similar nature. All persons wishing them, can he furnished with re commendations of the most unexceptionable charac* | ter; and when property is placed in his hands for sale, reasonable’advances will be^nade, if desired. Until a more eligible situation can be procured, lie will re main at his old stand on Jauney’s w harf, where he will receive Goods in one of the best lire-proof Warehouses in town; and in the mean time he will attend to 1ft ry description of sales, whether of Real and Personal Es tates, Stocks, Furniture, or Merchandize of any kind. GEORGE JOHNSON. march 14—eotf The National Intelligencer, Baltimore American, Poulson’s American, [Philadelphia,] New York Daily Advertiser, and the Boston Patriot will insert the a bove every oilier time three times, and send their ac counts immediately to this Office, Quuvtev^ Uvyivyv, JUST published, & on sale by PISH F.Y THOMPSON, The Quartet ly Review, No. 69, for Deeembr, 1826: anniAR subscription, $5 00 Mignet’s History of the French Revolution. The Tennessean; by Mrs. Royal). A (mack’s, a novel, in 2 vols. Tales of the O’Hara Family , second series, Guy Mannering,2 vols 12mo, with plates; Parker’s second edition, 1 75 Do without plains, 1 25 Waverly, Woodstock, and Talcs of the Crusad ers, same edition, | 25 Paine’s New York Reports, vol 1 Elenicntsof Descriptive Geometry;by C. Davies Golden Violet and other Poems,- by the author of ‘Troubadour,’ ‘ Imjirovatrice,’ &c. Channing’s Sermon at the dedication of the sec ond Unitarian Church, New York, December 7, 1826,3d edition Paul Jones, a novel, in 3 veils: by Cunningham Mrs. Barbauld’s works with a memoir. by f-ucy^ Aikin; new editior, complete in 3 vols > 00 Evidences of Christianity, by Watson, Jcnyns, West, and Lyttleton, 1 vol 1 75 Washington, M-rchit • This is to give Notice, THAT file subscriber ol Alexandria county jn the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Of. phan’» Court of said county, letters tc.tamentary on the estate of William Isabell, late of the county aforesaid deceased: All persons having claims rgainst the said decedent arc hereby warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, passed by the Orphan’s Court, on or before rhe2Jtli d..y of .Veptemoer next, or tlie\ may, by law, be excluded from all benefit to sard estate; and those indebted thereto, are required to make immediate pay ment. bisen under my hand this 24<li day of March, 1827. EDWARD A. MAY,' Executor of Wm. Isabel], mar 24 3w To \Unt, 4 GARDEy and MEADOW LOT in the vicinity J\. of the town, will be rented on moderate terms to a good tenant, for one ox more years, march 7- aawtf WX. L. HODGSON.