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rttlSTin AID fCIUMUB DAI1Y. BY SNOWDEN & THORNTON^^ ¥ot TJfc: schr. LINCOLN, Uathorne, *»ast«r; carries 1100 barrels, and Shake freight to the West »*« or *“> Eastern port. a. a moderate^ Apply'. Who have for sale said schr’s. cargo of 650 casks Thomaston lime.__._ __ For Freight, The copper fastened ship Jflfc EAGLE, SSSh master; earries about 425 hhds of tobacco, ,s nearly a new vessel.,., complete order, and «.l I be ready fur the veeeptlon of.cargo ...W«a»yk..cAp P'Who have fur sale on board said ship, 3000 bushels Liverpool coarse salt. For Freight. The brig MAR^ COLF., o Pales, master; will be ready for*cargcMin .j days, and take freight to any Eastern port at low rate. Apply as above._Jlllv - For St.Thomas and a market, /a The sloop REGULATOR, JM Thomas Munroe. Master. She carr.es about 650 barrels; has one half of her cargo engag foMhe remainder apply to the Captain on '"’trie 10 V°We“’!’ Wharf-0r'°S. MESSERS5I1TH For Amsterdam, The new brig BETA, \Hen master; will sail about the ~'0th inst. ‘and take any small freight that may ofier. -—j—T W. FOWLE St CO. Who have received by the above vessels and for sale: 5 tons St. Petersburg hemp 150 casks nails, assorted sizes 100 tons plaistcr pans_Ju|y w j Fox Boston, M The packet schooner m H AX ALL, Mt^X Captain Pratt; for freight or passage, apply to iulv 9 A. C. CAZENOVE ft Co. Vox Sale, m The Schooner DOLPHIN, JM 46 tons burthen, carries about 500 barrels — JfjTV She is discharging in Washington, and will h* Apply to joly9 . —:-—-— Fox FxeigBt, The new schooner ROVER carries 300 bbls; will take’a freight on low terms, for either Fredericksburg Norfolk or Richmond. Apply to the captain on 8 wharf, or * 1 * July 7______ Fox FxoigBt, The good schooner WASHINGTON PACKE1, Shove, burthen 650 barrels, will take .freight for any Eastern port. iuly 4 A. C. CAZENOVE 8t Co. For Charleston or Savannah, The fine fast sailing schr. BLUE-EYED STRANGER, Ucnson, master; can take 250 bbls for either >of the above places, early application is UOBINSON SHINN. ■tine 30 _ \ .wells Wharf For Sale, The new Schooner WILLIAM $ THOMAS, MKtk 151 tons burthen, built in Mathews County, ^agsLva of the best materials, and has a complete »«' be sbM 'VoWLE & CPoP ' cation be made to ”,ru inav 10 ____— To Bent, . For one or more years, that elegant Mtw„ storybrick house, on Prince-street,wit 9 * i stable anil carriage house, cistern and bath liiJlhouse, an excellent garden an* uuleTerv other convenience—At present m the occu -V f.rn om is Fairfax. Esq. Possession to be' had S f next, or sooner, should it suit the parties. <0 ROBERT DROCEET^Sen. mar 15 ____—-— Sugar, Hides, &c. Landing from Schooner Enterprise— B AGS prime green coffee 400 Porto Rico hides is STORE, 20 bbls. nett herring A?™* M. MILLER & SON. 7 mo 11 -- --— >iV\\iar* Skolck Book. JuST received on sale7b7 P1SHEY THOMPSON. ” e rL.t.i, Hiiok- Reminiscences of seven rue Military Sketch Bi ok. >« d ^ >( bome. by fppi\ vturi in tnc service* •> - nrTofteer of the Line—-2 «h. T"« »1 ’•> ••The wight can ten* A melancholy ami a merry Tale „f hehl. and‘J"iStei, can. Xmgr.kvmgs of Amtne S wJcr works; New York; tauungvieasofla rmo Fklb of Mont ■"'T iSwpfe Baltimore j Capitol, •“•“‘t Harden; Battery, New Vork; fheahlents* Hoie; Highland.; Harper’s Ferry. City F^mCing.”y Wean 1 volume; containing >.ngravmg» 7 Albano; Paris, from Pere La cJuse^ Hampton Court; Athens; Bay of Naples, Ac. fJ^Uonf of Egypt* by the Baroness Minutoli-j 1 rol. Price *1. /! H^LesUe;*by the Author of Redwooi j American Annual Register, for 1825-6. f New*Hymns of the Protestant Ejpiscopal Church, A doptedin General Convention of 1826. ft . July H Colmenoc Win©. <5IA HALF quarter casks Celmenar wine, this day landiner from schooner Love, from New-York, aud for sale by LINDSAY, HILL & Co. ju»e 21__________________ Teas, &©. i Q Chests Young Hyson tea 1 20 10 catty boxes Gunpow der do A 20 do do Imperial do 5 hKds St. Croix sugar, received per brig Mag nolia and schr. Haxall, from Boston, and forsale by July 10_S. MES3ERSM1TH. Saltpetre, Powder, etc. 6M3IA KEGS of Dupont’s best Brandywine Gun . V-'Wir powder, 40 kegs cannon and rock l’owder, warranted equal to any other manufacture, and now for sale at a reduced price. 20 casks refined salt petre, of best quality 20 packages domestic plaids, blue denims and pantaloon stripes—landing this day and tor sale by * july 10 A. C. CAZENOVKitCO. BTanA'j, S PIPES Seignette brandy of superior quality 5 cases champaigne—landing from schr. Haxall, For sale by . _ julv 9 _ WM. FOWLFrit Co. ¥anuVg Piaiis etc. THE subscriber has just received 70 bbls. Susqwehannah herrings, put up fur/amily use, with the heads cut off, and full roed. 100 bbls gross and Nett do lOhhds and30 bbls. whiskey, part very fine. 5 do molasses.—With a general assortment of the best articles in the grocery line, june 14- _B.T. RAMSAY. —. l An additional supply ot uryuooas JAMES A. WATERS HAS just received at his store, southwesfc corner of King and Fairfax-streets, Yellow Nankins (superior quality) Do do common Cotton cassimere, Wilmington stripes Flag and bandanna handkerchiefs Plain and figured book muslin plain and figured black silk hamlkfs. Barrage hdkfs, Madras* do Blue and white demines Doitehester bedticking Amoskeag do , Green and white gau»e veils Black canton crapei . ... A few pieces of very handsome belt ribbons P»r«n» , — . Gentlemens' Leghorn hats jvItT^hTeiTo? other articles, which will be sold low for cash..June L XeYf and C\iea\» Goods. JOHN H. BRENT & CO. HAVE just received from N. York and Philadelphia following articles, which they are now open the Washington I avern Super blue and black cloths Olive Blue and black cassimercs Handsome assortment of vestings Plain and stripe cambrics Cambric dimity An elegant assortment of calicoes White and colored satteens Wilmington stripes White and brown drillings Cotton stockings and socks Thread 4*0 Cross barred and shaded muslins Jackonett . , , Plain and figured Swiss do Plain andfigurged bufl cravats Plain and plaid silk do Cambric insert ings Mandarine robes, Canton crapes Yellow and white canvass Cmel and working cotton Best black double florence White and blue crape leisse Horse skin and kid gloves Beaver "° Fine bobanett laces Hobanelts 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 wnl< figured do < Gimp lace, pearling, footing' White and black veils Aw Bobanett scarfs, collars anJ/UN‘ Bobanett caps / aiflerent colors plain and watered Gro“®5tiClefor ladies’ dresses Barage granadene, a ncy Tortoise shell tuck cortr Do do side d’f - Brazillian combs, cot/ ^ Bunch and puff curV Irish linens and law.. Swiss linens and sir b /Swiss trimmings, «• Cambric collars/" Domestic cottof Cotton Yarn J arucles, and dui^* expect an With a variety ot april 25 additional supply---— -oTdi'e M. Vor sons Xial acquaintance with the Dry Goods TC1AS had a / husines—He would like employ. wJ and Groft thisti»e, on liberal teuns. Commu ment in eithf will be promptly It Tided to. nications (jC---~^ ~ /asVvionaole lints. jfsEA JOSSELYN respectfully inform their lUFiends and the public, that they are now manu flUr Beaver Hats of a superiorquality.equaltoa f/mifactured in the District. Also, low pnced.mi nearer, made for retail. In addition to which, ® i ust received from the mast celebrated Fac i L of H3££, a superior assortment of Hat* 1st ft ,nr?3d duality- « may be well to observe thatthey E. Ie!l supplied With an assortment of Heavers, Ac. fonTthe justly celebrated establishment of Lamson A , vPPn The Hats of our customers willbe ironed gra Cash given for Furs. Old Hats will be received i part pay for new ones- dec Laplate Hides. LANDING this day from on board the brig Earl, Stct- , son, from Rio Grande, 1,200 Dried Hides, Of a very superior quality—willavarage 28 lbs. AND IN STORE— An extensive assortment of salted hides, viz: Pernam- ' buco, Maranham, Oronoco and Porto Rico; a few doz. Wed calf skins; 20 bbls. best tanners’ oil—All of , which will be sold sold at New York and Baltimore . prices, by june 30 M. MILLER & SON. The National Intelligencer will insert the above three times, and send their account to M. M. 8c Son. \Yuiu, Pork;, &c. Landing from schooner Love, from Anv-Vork, 5 Hhds Jamaica rum 20 bbls N. E. do 15 do prime* dt^ ^ Yorlc C*^ InsPcct,ou 28 do Gencascc flour of superior quality ! For tale by LINDSAY, HILL & Go. june 21 ___ • Muscovado Sugar. a HHDS. and 5 bbls. prime Muscovado sugar, 1U landing this day from sloop Regulator, andfcr , sale by JOHN S. MILLER. IVho has in Store— _ j 7 hhds sugar 20 bags green coffee 500 bushels prime yellow corn Russia and cotton duck 25 bbls prime P®1* ^ N. York City Inspection. Cordage, Manilla Rope, Family Flour, 8ic. june 23 __ _ I Wines, ere. THE subscribers have for sale a large stock of wines and liquors, viz:— Burgundy Madeira, Corsica ■ » London Particular Madeira, Sparkling Camnaigne, London Market Madeira, Bordeaux Brandy, SicUy Madeira, Holland Gin, Cette Madeira, American Gin, Cette Sherry, N. E. Rum, Alicante Port, Pine Old Whiskey, Malaga Sherry, Winchester Whiskey, Sweet Malaga, Common do Colmenar and Claret, Olivas, Anchovies, Muscat tie Frontiguan, Raisins, Almonds, he. jime 16 A. C. CAZENOVE St. Co. Goode Wanted on Storage. Public Warehouse at low rates.—The house is not sur passed by any other in town. Apply to COHAGAN & WHITTLE, or may 23 ._H. T. RAMSAY._ German lAuens, Teas, &c. SAMUEL. MESSERSMITH has just received per ship Iajsdon Packet from Bremen, via Baltimore, and offers for sale, 20 bates burlaps, from No. 1 to 0 3 Jo osnaburgs 2 do hessians JfeJins also for sale, now landing and in Storc 7# chests Young Hyson tea, of various qualities lX) half chests and 10 and 5 catty boxes Gunpow der and Imperial do. part of late importation, and fine quality 8 boxes, each 20 cannisters 2 lbs. each, Imp'l. do * 2 half chests Hyson 6 chests Powchong 316 bags Havana, Porto Rico, and Itio Coffee 50 bags Java do 3 de Mocha do 45 hhds) N. Orleans and West India Muscovado 12 bbls. > Sugars. 30 boxes and bbls. refined do 30 boxes Canton white do. a beautiful article 20 hhds Baltimore whiskey 6 pipes Cognac brandy, Seignett’s brand 2 do superior old do 2 do Champaigne do 130 sacks Liverpool salt 150 warns wrapping paper 20 kegs raisins 150 boxes Muscatel do 25 do and half boxes bunch do 22 do sperm candles 6 'do button blue 30 do Sicily lemons 30 boxes and half boxes Baker’s chocolate 6 pipes and 5 Indian bbls Sicily wine 17 quarter casks and Indian bbls Colmenar do 15 Jo sweet Malaga Jo 14 Jo French Madeira do 1 pipe ami 4 aasks old Sherry 5 quarter casks Port ^ do 2 casks Lisbon _ do 1 pipe fine old Murdoch Madeira 1 lilul winter strained sperm oil 15 kitts mackerel . Nutmegs, cloves, binders’ an J bandbox boards Sugar loaf paper, etc._may 26_ NeYf Spring Goods. JAMES AND W tLLTAM SOOTT, South JFest Comer of King and Fairfax strcett. mAVE received from New-York and Philadelphia, a large and general assortment of Spi ing and Sum mer Goods, such a3— Ginghams, chintz and common calicoes Grecian stripe muslins Nankin, Canton, Italian, and other crapes Swiss mull, book,andjackonet muslins Scotch muslins of all kinds Barrage and fancy silk hdkfe. Hosiery of every kind Ladies’, men’s and boys’ Leghorns Silk, horseskin, and kid gloves Linen and linen cambric hdkfs. Super whiteand colored drilling Black and mist lasting Circassianfor gentlemen s coats Blue and yellow nankins Wilmington stripes Buff, white and fancy Marseilles Scarlet, yellow, and fancy bandannos Superior black Italian lustring French and India black silks Florences, all colors Irish linens, shirtings and lawns Russia sheetings, and Scotch linens German burlaps , , . . Domestic plaids, sheetings and shirtings Cotton yarn, etc etc. With every article usually waited at this season, april 25 Removal. Db I. P. THOMPSON have removed to King • street, opposite the Mechanics’Dank, jnly 11 Hats and Shoes. JAMES AND WILLIAM SCOTT, aAVE just received from New-York, 9 cases men’s fur Hats, and ladies’ afid gentlemen’s Shoes, for ale by wholesale, at a small advance upon their cost it auction. , ALSO—A further supply of cheap and seasonable DRV GOODS. july 11 ______ lVvxm, .Vails, &c. 4 ft Hhds Boston rum 1U 120 kegs cut nails 150 reams wrapping paper 9 cases fur hats 25 bales domestic goods, consisting of 3-4 and 4-4 brown cotton stripes, checks be. Landing from schr. llaxall, and for sale by A. C. CAZENOVE b Co. Also—25 hhds prime molasses on Irwins wharf. july 9_ Sicily Lemons, etc. 5) A BOXES fresh Sicily lemons, 7 cases women’s 44 shoes and pumps, and men’s boots, shoes and lumps, of morocco and calf skin—received per schr. [laxall, for sale by JOHN H. LADD. [if Stouk—Wrapping paper, green coffee Almonds, walnuts and filberts Madeira wine in quarter casks Olive oil, barrels cloves Yellow b blue nankins, domestic cotton goods Leghorn hats and crowns Cases drab and black hats Binders’ and bandbox boards, be. july 9_ Lemons, Flour, Cheese, etc. e»/S\ BOXES Sicily lemons, said to be in prime or 3/41/ der, 50 bbls. Gennessee Flour, superior quali ty for family use 12 casks Goshen cheese 4 do 7 dozen each, London porter 7 barrels cider vinegar 10 do gin 55 boxes fresh prunes 20 do 1 dozen esch, Claret wine 10 do assorted pickels—this day Mfiding from sloop Chauncey, Bartram, from New-York, and for sale on accommodating terms, by ju]y 9 LINDSAY, HILL k CO._ " Dicii^ lscmbna. FIFTY boxes lemons in fine order, Just received and fur sale by A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. july 9______ Is & L. Chamberlain mAVEjust received, 5 hhds good retailing molas utl ses, 3 do New England rum 4 hhds Baltimore whiskey 4 do New Orleans sugar 25 bbls Baltimore whiskey _10 bags Rio coffee_july 7 (JroceTiea. THE subscriber has lately received a supply of Gro ceries, which, in addition to his former stock, he offers on moderate terms. They consist in part of— 6 hhds sugars, 1 do. refined do. 10 bbls do , 15 bags coffee 10 half chests k 6 boxes Imperial and Gunpow der teas 2 chestsand 4 half do Young Hyson do 10 kegs Leiper's and Garrett's snuff 75 sacks Liverpool salt 500 bushels coarse do 50 bbls rosin, 40 do Suffolk tar Together with family flour, rum, brandy, whiskey, molasses, salt petre, nails, Manilla and other cordage, hemp and cotton seine twine, etc. etc. j„iy 7 _GEO. COLEMAN. M.o\aase&, Rum, etc. r/~k HIIDS. prime molasses OU 10 hhds. N E. Itum 100 casks naiU 16 bags green coffee 15 boxes mould candles An assortment of brown domestic goods Landing from schr Washington Packet, for sale by jury 4 __A. C. CAZENOVE k Co. Muscovado Sugars. Landing this day from schr. Batchelor, from St. Johns, Porto Rico, 27ffbbis sMuscovado For sale by S. MES9ERSMITII. In Store, 350 bags coffee, a part prime green 35 boxes and bbls Baltimore refined augar 550 reams wrapping paper 45 hlids Muscovado sugar, part very superior 10 hlids Baltimore whiskey 7 pipes Cognac brandy Young Hyson tea, in chests and half chests of va rious qualities and prices Imperial and Gunpowder do, in half chests and 5 and 10 catty boxes do do Liverpool blown salt in sacks Colmenar and Malaga wine, kc._J'»y 4 “ Ucrringa & S\»ftd. KiY BARRELS No. 1 Gross Herrings—100 do do. 25U Nett Herrings—20. do. do. No. 1 Shad-for £le by LINDSAY, HILL & Co. junefi_-_ TumMcrs. C>rk^ASE9, containing 30,000 tumblers, received «>U per the brig Gov. Brooks, from Hamburgh, and wiR be SOM ata small advance, by fc cQ TutnituTe and Mcdiogau>f. JAMES GREEN—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 r®Bav of Honduras mahogany, suitable for hand rail*, St Domingo curl and shaded mahogany in plank and ^Copal vamiah,sacking bottomsk cords, fcc. aUoi which will be sold low for cash or the usual credit to *5U7T7LV/iV(9 of every kindneatly executed* d«e If For Sale or Rent. Ini The Mill and Farm called Triadelptda Mill, situ* Jgj^ated 0(1 Holmes’ Run, about 3$ miles fromAlexan* UnaT This property is so well known, as to render a iescription unnecessary. Possession given on the 1st August, when the Wagon, Team, Stock, &c. will be told, if not previously disposed of at private sale. Apply to M MILLER Si SON. 6 mo 5__ Moss . A m' Bales Carolina Moss. For sale by 14 june 18—_A.C. CAZENOVE ll Ca.\ landing This Uft| From the Schooner Love, at Rbm»ay*$ Wharf-* 3 hhds superior quality Jamaica sugar 15 bbls St. Croix do 1 hhd very fine old Jamaica spirit 1 pipe Tarragonia wine 1 cask old Port - do 1 do Sherry do 2 chests hyson tea 32 boxes mould candles 10 do soap 5 do starch JSI), IN STORE— 16 bbls fine old whiskey 5 hhds and 25 bbls common do 30 bbls prime pork 2 pipes old French brandy 25 bbls gross herrings 35 do shad june 21COHAGAN it WHITTLE. liin&sa^, mu, k V3o. HAVING a House in New-York, u here all their pur chases are made at auction for cash, enable then to sell here (which they are determined to do) on a* good terms as goods can be gotten from »ny market it: the regular way, and invite those wishing to purchas--. to call and judge for themselves. Their present stock is extensive—among which are; 35 hhdsN. Orleans sugar, 1st and 2d qua it y 10 do W. India do dp " 15 do N. Orleans molasses 7 puncheons Jamaica rum 5 pipes cognac brandy, part Sugett's brand 40 cheats Y. Hyson tea ' Yallfreahfc 16 half do do do £ part supc 25 boxes Gunpowder & Imperial do j rior qual. 35 bags prime green coffee 10 do Java do 20 barrels mess poak ? v . .. . __ i._ 20 do primedo* \ York Clty 25 do gin, very good - 15 du fine old whiskey 15 casks Goshen cheese ,bu boxes lemons t u. .. . * , 50 do oranges 5 8,ei,y'»n<hieord« 150 sacks fine salt, Liverpool filled 20 barrels cider Pimento, pepper, indigo, snuff, spsnish ■€#*£«. starch, copperas, madder, saltpetre, ground l ginger, soap, bedcordi letter and wrapping pap -5V apnl12 C. &I. P, Thompson nJlAVE received ner ship Herald from Liverpool, UU and other arrivals, a general assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, AMOlfO THEM ABB: Extra Saxony and superfine cloths and cassimeres Mixed and drab eassiyets, for men’s summer WCBT Plain and twilled bombazetts 7-8 cambric and fine fancy prints 9-8 and 6-4 cambric and jaconet muslins 4-4 fine and super mull do 6-4 do do book do 4-4 tamboured sprig do do 4-4 and 9-8 book muslin hdkfs 6-4 fashionable shaded, striped and corded muslin* Do do full cOl’d and sattin striped and spotted do 9-8 do shaded ginghams 4-4 do do cambric do Do do silk shaded barage Thread laoe & Orrel’s, white & colored cotton balls and White and printed quiltings, fine and extra super Grandrell striped jeanetts, brown and bleached drilling Canton and French crapes, black and colored India blue nankeens Ladies white and black ingrain cotton hosiery Men's white cotton hose and half hose Brown thread and black silk rlo Ladies kkl and extra quality horseakin gloves, blsck white and assorted colors Do black and white silk do Men’s beaver do Flag, bandanna, spittalfield, black Ievaatine and Bg tannia lidks Super linen cambric do 7- 8 and 4-4 Irish linens 5-4 and 6-4 do sheetings 8- 4, 9-4 and 10-4 damask and diaper table linen Russia sheetings and diapers, brown bollands White tiaklenburgs, dowlas, oznaburgx and burlaps Sewing silks, twist and colored threads Shoe thread in 2 and 4 oz. balls Palm leaf and feather fans Oolivar hats, piping cords, buttons, pins, 4c. &c. ALSO, Brown and bleached Domestic shirtings and sheetings Plaid ami striped do ginghams Shirting, apron and furniture checks Bed ticking, oil cloth taolecovers, 4c. april 7 Freak Supply of Garden Seedl riYHE subscriber has jnst received a fresh supply of Garden Seed, selected in England bf an experi enced hand, which with hisimportation last fall, makes his assortment large and complete. There are ten sorts of Cabbage, several of English Peas and Beans, do. of Raddish, 4c._ R. T. RAMSAY. Goock Making. DG. PRETTYMAN returns his thanks to bin e friends and customers, and the pubbe at large, tor past favors, and hopes by attention to business, to merit a continuation of the same, fit still csrries on the above business at his old stand, on Pitt street, be* tween King & Cameron streets, in all its various bran* , cites, anti has on hand, for sale, Four Goackas, tkree Gigs, and oneSuikey, all of which will be sold low for cash. Also, Cariolrs constantly kept on hand of his own manulhcture. Re pairing work done at the shortest notice, and at prices to suit the times- All kindsof iron work for the Coach Business, executed superior to any in Alexandria. A few setts of Coach Springs and Steps, on hand for sale. Old Springs repaired in the Mt manner. Orders thanbttlly sscsivedfsdpnjmptly at£«fed fo.