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! PUBLISHED HY I.IHJAU SNOWDEN. ■ ;Wr AH per annum. Country pip'r »5. Vor .\u\blferdivm, - pltf Mip.-ri' r coppered ship M MYIJYXIY •Yjy \.|):, n a rretl master. has the principal pa? • rr. lv t<> go on b<»srd, and will take on«. o ••t-ls.n.ll stow.gen.1 frttflH ■ ,l; ““ ' uknuy d\inuki:fiki.u. trpiv to del ___ tor .Vevsb tr * y>»»vl rK The .cl.oon'T FUKEDOM. t.aptain Perry, i 'nToil’*ap tc!*, an I t*ke llirce hundred bar- • AW,1,,V niWLK » Co Vtir IVtfiV'U , -r TJ1? Achooner mi..1YT. C«p? 'Vmwter. • M> .vlnrly next week. »» < tsfcr :jO!>.rr,:» vj.pU to W. KoVtLK x U. roT Vttr V\\iti\fV, Tl.e sth »<>iirr POTOU.W. s atviitl I.. Pears • ’V- * r bur’.heu abuu? 9.0 barr. Is *pp y to —1 - '* S MlibaKItSMI I tl. Vt>r VuvXUuvA - Thrjchooiser MJIUY. f .pt Icrn- nl. wi>l rly I.te il. »p:«ich, :tn<i Uac 100 bam Is Amt and V* i .Apply to , vr. fowls 4- no, |oY v. . jr» [%. 5,,^fr: r Brig Li Y IX LI, Cant »r . I KorlVei’•itol tbree hundr d ha el-. *p v*:~ j \ w ii r.iwiN. .’*oUn6 The Steamer ('OLU M !»l A, c ptxin Jai' es Ui’clu 11, Ultl, l" J.t h * closing of »»»•• navtg.tp oi _‘ltlv Biltiinoicun Wedt r,»i-\ a* .I l r the 1) .trict .'I Col iinbii*; >1 r. willhste W ushingt 0 I»t 6, »ftd UcVindria kl 'A vl , oil Stimlo’i f,,r UalliUWtCi Fivinft,*, exclusive oi rntuls, £ -• JeC ll-tf V«t«ww. Captain HL 1111 \ ’<i "ill, -“■* on the l Hi; •*• l»»’. 1 ' * ' ntng to Xi-rf- tk ' •* r ’’ j . f.-av ng the f its »f V asiii:•«?•. .1. j • 1 Unwiini a* 4 - Vk ck i‘ 't ^ ! Fire to Nnrf.dk, including meals, To Richmond, do wytfll -a N. WATT! - ._A cirt. V\nt Win* IV' D Ntt from the * U *<»rer t*« t» nu‘. ir m l!,h 4 i.v, (<>r oli hy W KO\t l.t, '* 1. J 3 ha»t pipes * Superlt r Port Wine 10 quarter cisks S' . Fr.un the house o» l u d, Net; man, It up* s>- Co of Opart* dec 17_ I .V! ila ul f»sk« N’*9 * assiutc.K .‘.S la' t’.tsig from It rig j ^4i » I'uk ", Inr mIi l*v 1 5 tv. Ft • tv I K .V Co. x \\ ivunt. 1/1 ll' fftf esds ew Kngl.iitd l.tndii'^j from *T’ • tin- Ltviniit,t t > !e t*v C Id W. FOWLS •* C o \ fcttUH'iS, ^S*C. >\r* l.em ms •it I I3.i pi. Novi Scotia Ciriml Sion s I *;. • ngtrom ling Foken, fur sale >v tl. e 13 *A FOiti.K & <io_ •i\t'r\\ni»Ks' ttkitk \tr>tV hundred dollars lor sale hy 1 KO. JOHNSON’ Who I'.si ft.r sah* two t.'srts and one lh .y. •' I", a r ' Horse, accustorue d to any kind ol dr-ught, w hich • • vi I sho muter tin* sa-hl e dec In \\ CAt Y.uWtt, ."VYokVi*Ait’S c) H. ip.lu uds superior totalling niol is* s ■v 23 hi re!s tin «!•» 1 * 'h f,a:n tlrlg Lavuiia, from I’oitsmonth N II •r Ml*; iV J. c W. it. I WIN dec11 _ 11!.; !•• - x:,.rr» 'V me, «*l superior q nd;ty, ju't r«ce \rd -i.>i for >»ie bs feet5 S. • II Vot .WackcTtl, t c. t *. o | Bushel* potatoes I „oi ;i barrels So 2'macke'el jj half >srr. Is «lo do 1.1 • •ar'e's So 3 do i ISsJ”) l>s oodfi >1) • I’llinij t.:i» Hr-.,; I.avinla, t >r sale l>v j. x W il IRWIN. VAwvse K Vsvi. I O Ca.ks prime cheese IvJ 7 half chests prime young hyson lea For tale by * CLAGfc IT & PAGE. •'tcIS _ V ine, Tews. > • HKSTS £ Superior Young Hyson 2) ten lb cat’y boxes S Tea l chest } - half clu sit x Kxtra fine Gunpowder «.o •)ten c<ttv boxes ) h>t received per schooner Columbia, from New V'ik, and for sale by !ecll S. MKSSPU^Vintl Va^Dt. ****A\SS fine letter paper \y 24 do do Csp do * tt>tn the manufactory of I). Se J Ames, just receiv ■ '•> ! for tale by S. M KSSKUSM1TH. VVimuft & VUeese. ) » Newtown Pippins, in prime order % boxes Bunch IUimiis ID casus prime Goshen Cheese deceived per schooner Columbia, and for sale by «lcc 11 * BiupHiiN SUIS’N, Jannsy’a wharf. 1 1 ^fcr\au\«i’or Wire. IIIAVA. for hire, the ensuing vear, several vahiabh Servants, of both sexes. Among them i» a first rate Dining ituum Serv ant and a good Cook, dec 17 BKNJ T FF.NDAI.I, I'h’ljUUftS l\m\ Xfc>N PR E SEATS. ' pH K «oh<criber rrspectfullv •illicit* attention to her 1 STATIONARY Of ELEGANT FANCY AH TITLES, consisting parti) of I he London and American Annuals for 1833, viz: Lite K. epsiki ; Picturesque Annual; Forget me Not; Friendship's Offering; Literary Souvenir, and Juvenile Forget me-Not; the Token Pear!; and Ucligious -ouvenir, by l>r Bedel. History and Topography of the United State*; Brit ish Portrait Galhrv; The Young i adv's Hook, in ele gant Arabesque bidding; lleimt s’ Poems, jJtnu, gilt, Arabesque; vmerican Stories, by Vi** VtuferJi Pock et Bible*, I cstani nts, and Common Praver, nv rocco gilt; VLnmis, in a variety of binding.; Illustrations of the K-epsake for 1833 und .32; ditto o! Shakespeare and K ntlwurh; l.ithograjdiic and copperplate Lit graviitgs; U ssected 'laps and Pi«.tures; C.ml Cases and Hack*; Hand screen-; Bronze l io-rrioun ters, Ink stands, t aper stands, and (land Bel's; China Ink-i staiula; Seal- with fancy mottos; Portfolios, embossed and plain; (■ !u, ilver, an ! steel Pens; Silver I him- | •>h-s -nd Pencil Casts, tverpoint and p'n:ii; Head Itc ticuhs; lit a 1, chain, velvet, hni-l and siik Purses; Putie Clasps; Itodge rs 13* 'OHv' fine, l’enknivts ami scissors; Work Uo<c-; Steel screw I'incus-ion*; with IIIMUV •••ir-i articlesoi faucy and u'dity; to which she so'icit- the inspection of purcha ers dec tr Bt 2/, v Kt-.NN fDY. Vwt*u \Ame. JUST received, 3;Jv) cask. ff**s!i I hontiaslon lime, dec 13 J'PMAll II. D VIS \ iV®rp(Ui\ V ^ ll I t* ) kj k BUH1KI.S, on boar 1 lire *. uuouer Polo I / nae, from Halifax, for twit* hv dec |5 S. HBSkBIISMlTll. \\ VvaU ^ & VViiie. I. > i| g-he-id-copp« r d»s'iPe.l w hiskey a ✓ 2 ha f pipes >1 l sirilv 'la leira wii.c I ') ;-C *lv» .irs.ic im .i'hi * Itecrveii and f<r bale by dec 1 i WM. u >urr \U« V' ftftpfc V eft ft s . r , » U \<i> prime ..teen Kio Cofice Dw Id box, » G*«i»i>owd. r l eu 5 basket- !t -rdcaux t*il 5 h»i*t s K|nsk do Z kt*)r* Z ok (’unai'ti \ pipe Cn^uac lltandv ! an ling Pita d.<v, »u l for sale by Jt.c 8 S HKS>FRSU1TU» \*iU\e iUwr 'u<*nyiLtt VVft* A COMPAS r. ffB’lE Stockholders are t . r. by notified tint an Elec I tion will be held at the City Until, in the *o»nol \irXuulris, on l-’ndii, th 11th lay oi January, !8 >J, l.ciwven the hours of 1- md 3, f »r .» President, lour |i r ct >rs, aud * I'reasurci; also, foi the •cttletnciil ol the accounts of the present year j >NAI1 THOMPSON, Treasurer Vftr Kent, J'The STOUK MOUSE and WHAKK at the » v-^'-Mit «»f Prince street, at present in tlie occnpan ' rr.es rs Fletcher f* Dement This -land U be tieved to b,- th best on the Wharf for the « ucery Bu -in *.-3 To a good tenant the rent *ill be low; and poss.-Hsion given 14t:i January next For terms apply WH.LIVMN McV'fdtitl_ WftVft aui\ V'ftya THOMAS L. MARTI S. L This old stand, on King, between tfoyd and F.iir 5. fax streets, Alexandria, has on liand an extensive assortment of __ . . FASHIONABLE ha is \*' j ofall description-, wnch lit nil rs lor site - v ‘ on the most reas nab’e turns He ,"s 'cfe,v J 8 ):*rge ind -1 elegant <ss''ri ment of CAPS, of the newest urn! most beautiful fashions, ol all mi’eria.b, which he Ut i li o.i term* calculated to please pure -sera . , , . ill or«l rs from do c mitry strictly attend* u to, and executed wi h dispatch. oci 4 »l _ A\ v ii\s *.y t* vm- 3 Aa\< -Artr *s\ug ■ iv.Fs IV. IM"S ib, having commenced the fj al,ove Susinss o Kuir, two doors h»ovc i u'ai stre-« ln-gs 'esve to inform nis t'i n 's and the pub’ic, uinl hopes by his attention to business, to merit a por [ lion of public patronage_oct ^ UK KY GUKdW i * the bon »r to inform his Irienils and pupits in i « S th. District of Columbia, thal h- will re time the .,„t.„f hisnativc tongue on the commencement of ' (re* • V_2* -"lf V: u\tm \ vN n. yaviF subscriber respectfully informs his friends and 5 ili: pnb'ic K' nerally, that l.e has removed from |t„ion street to Fairfax rreet. between Kmp and Ca 1 m.r. nstreets, and neurthc* Market, where Ladies and tl- ntlemeu can be accoinmod .ted in a Rente. » m«n»< r, i a t i, hMablishment is well fitted up. and form.lied i .. Hi iont \ f. render comfort to those who may please 1 to ntlriMii'.cil him. _ .... lie I»j« excellent STABLING for twentv or thirty ! Morses, for which his charges will be moderate. I Gentlemen can be furmsued with < YS hit .VI pHits in private r«*oms or otherwise, as lie has his »>s ' ur Kstahlishment in complete order. ; He can uls>> accommodate ten or twelve 11 *aki» K.ltS, bv the veek, month, «r year, at reasonable pro ! C'ilis B \R Ufurnished with ihe best Wines and Li quors the place will afford . . • , i Being thankful for past favors, he hopes, by strict t attminor and moderate charges, to shart a partUdpub ; lie patronage. MMKS I nov 29—lm i (j-y i ne Globe will insert the above eoo _ ; W\\\ VnYmAvcA, IN the course of a few days “ I he Poetical frag ' ments of a Pilgrim ” The work consists ot or:g. i na! poetrv on various subjects It is neatly printe*. : and will be sold at 25 cents per copy. It Will be fol ; «aic at the different bookstores. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE.j A MARRIAGE—NOT QUITE. A somewhat singular affair in the way of get ting married, or rather of not getting married, occurred in Andover, on Thursday evening last The story is this:—The H<m. ———, and Mis* -had been published, ar.d were to b>- mar ried tin Thursday evening. Great pieparations had been made. Some friends of the intended bride had come from Boston, and more weie eve ry moment expected from Newbury port, to at tend the wedding. The bride’s clothes, the cake, the wine, &c. &c. had all been previously con veyed to the house of the bridegroom The ho Itorable bridegroom got himself in readiness, pro ceetJed with his chaise to the residence of his cum s;>osn, almost—sent his horse and chaise back to hiring his sistei — went into the house, where the gav company was fast being assem bled—took off his boots and put on his pumps— when ail of a sudden he proposed that the marri age should be postponed! The man wass'oical; no plausible reason could he give, for the life <>f him, for his motion of postponement j but as for being married that night, he would not! T espi i its of the bride were rousrd! —ihe mother too felt the indignity! Site cautioned the honoiablc gentleman to beware how he thus trifled with th* fe lings of her daughter and the honor of her fa mil* • She told him it might not be well lor him after her sons should have anive I Ir.mi Newbu r\|>'irt. But the stoical bridegroom took «are to avoid that, bv deliberately exchanging his pumps fur In- !» mis,’resuming his hat, cloak &<. and de parting for his own residence, singly and alone. ()u hi* way, he met In* sister, going to the wed ding. whom he to'd In turn about for there vvou it be none. Home they wen', shut up the house, with the bride’s i Indies, cake, wine ami other marriage paraphattajia, in the same, and left the eomjmnv al the bride’* residence, to en tertain themselves in the best manner they might. W hat followed mav he better imagined than des ciibfd. with the assistance of two Hems, viz: the honorable bridegiomn has scarcely been out since; and two chaises, which brought rompany from Boston to the wedding, owing t.» the disap pointment of the evening, g»t smashed to pieces. We have Hu* facts, above stated, direct from Andover. We purposely avoid mentioning I names; but the stoi v is in the mouths of all in that lown.—Haverhill Irin We leain, sivs me Boston Transcript. That the Gentleman alluded to in the above paragraph was a member of the Homo ruble Senate, and that iIn* lady i# of the highest respectability The only cause assigned lor the singular lotiduct of this "•eiitleinari, (between whom and the lady ; there ha* existed an ardent attadiment lor near ly three years) was the caprice of the moment, originating in nervous and hyp choimriac feelings to which lie has been sometime -.object. We owe, perhaps, an apology to the friends of the parties, in republishing the article above quo ted, or adding any comments of our own, bit tlie mischief being once done, and the story told by the Ins being in full circulation here, with various addition*, amplification*, notes and stric tures, »t ha* pleased us to dons we have done. And let D une Gossip prate herself to sleep. A TRAGIC TALK. TOLD TO A “ T” from tlie C-tnic. Ojffering, J'or 1833. Two tired traveHci* 'lied to trace their track tluough the tangled thickets of Tewksbury; they • took two or three turnings through the trees, but their toiling* there tended to tantalize them tho roughly, by tempting them to traverse thorough fares that transiently turned (they thought) tow ards the town, then the turf terminated Headier crons'V in track ess thickets. Ihu9 they tar ried till twilight’* thick gloom tended to increase their tribulation, and to thwart their ta^k; the tallei traveller, a templar, turning to the tired trooper that trustly tended him, told httu that j ’tw.’rt* better to trust themsrlvc* to a temporary ! tent Ol trees, man iw iry uir huiuuj ! ting task of tenaciously toiling turough tenebi i i ouT thickets. 1 ristram, the trooper (though i thinking the templar’s touch of torpor very tire some,) tacitly turned to take his horse, that trem ! bled, thotoughly toil worn; suddenly tremendous ; thunder taxed their temerity, and a terrific tem pest threatened to terminate tragi'ally their tri als. The temjKtr Theodore’s Minid steed, terri fied at the tempestuous tumult, tore through tan I'-led tracts and turgid torrents, the trained horse ' of Tristram trvmg to trace the trample through I the turmoil. Thus they passed the territory ol ! trees, and the tortured templar was thrown be ; math a lower whence a twinkling taper threw a t tremulous light through the tiacery window of ! a tail tuiret. Tris'ram’s thundering “tattoo” 1 summoned the timely aid of a tram of torch bearers; these took Theodore to the tower hall, I where Ids trance terminated to show him a trans jeendem beauty of twenty, timidly tending him, innd tc’ilingMier tirewomen their different tasks | for treating the sufferer. The toilette ol the lady Theresa consisted of a ! tiffany tunic li>*d with thread gold tassals at. the throat, a taffety turquoise-colored train, a Tur kish turban, aiid transparent tissue veil thrown hack from the temples; ’twere tedious to try to transmit the tempting traits that transfixed the templer’s transported ga/.e, as, with tremulou* tongue, he tried to tell his thanks; timidly she turned from the tone, her twining, tendril like tresses thrown aside betraving the transient Uni his tribute to this transcemlant treasure hud sem thrilling even to her throbbing temples and wel turned throat. Theodore transported to the tesselated and tapestried throne-room, told to Theresa tales ol .he tent, the triumphant tilit and tournament; their te'eatete. tending frequently to tenderei themes; and ten days (tedious to Tristram.tran nent to Theodore) transposed the trembling lo ver into the trothed of 'Theresa. Theobald the Thane, the tyrant of Tewksbu ry. kept the orphan Theresa in thrall, that timid girl tolerating the tutelage lie had treacherously taken, through terror of his temper. The time that the templar tarried at 'Tewksbu ry Tower, the absent Thane traversed his vas* tract of territory, thinly tenanted through his thirst of thrift and tyrannic treatment to the te nants. 'Treacherous tempered, he trusted not to Theresa thoroughly, but took the trouble to turn back to the tower, (transformed to a travel ling trinket-seller,) tampering with the tattling tire-women, who (thus tempted) told that the templar had trespassed over the lower threshold and triumphantly tarried there, taking with taste, talent, ta- t. arfd tenderness to the tempting • •treasure of the turret.” This tantalizing tale tormented the tyrant, who, throwing the travel ler’s iravestie towards the terrified tire-women, | trod tlu tower hall, traced the true lovers to their trellised turf terrace, and treacherously thrust Ins two edged toledo, at the templar, | (then talking tranquilly to Theresa;) that tender ; girl transiently turning ere the threatened turpi tude took effect, threw her taper form towards Theodore, too late to transmute the terrible thoughts of the tyrant, whose thrust traversed the twain, and thus they tasted death together, a two fold triumph to the terrific tempered Then-, bald. This triumph terminated tragically I r is tram j trenched behind thick trees, traced the thane, ( throughout this traiterous transaction, took aim j twice, though terror took from the truth of the ( first, the shaft twisting into a tall tree:—twang! this time the truer dart transfixes the tyrant, terminating his turbulent thraldom. I lie tu ’’ - . 1 ___ _ muituous tonesoi i»u ui uu«c turrets, made the trainbnd through towards the tot race to take Tristram to the torture; that trus ty trooper turned tauntingly to them throwing his ttuncheon triumphantly towards the tardily tamed tvrant,—just then the talismanic tone of thiilliug trumpets told of timely aid, and twenty teaij 1 ,r tr topers turned round the tower. 'ihetiagic tale terminates thus; because ha ving already used ever oilier kind of 1, 1 could onlv de-cribe th? buttle with “ Gunpowder E. which might a fleet the nerves of uoy fair readers; so hear is an end to the ’Jease. r v\ym\u\ riiristma* NEW-YEAR'S ERE SEN! S. I(J3T received on sale by W »1 M M'lUltlSOV, l iie I’oken and Atlantic Souvenir, fur 1833, w.tli 2‘j engravings on steel. I i In- Young l.a lies* Bunk, embellished with seven h in tr.-ii engravings: . It is elegantly bound in richly embossed covers, with gill leaves I lie lining to the ! Cl>\ers presents thu hitherto unattcnipted novelty of a striking imitation of the m .,t beauifui nuckl.il ! lace (“ When we say that this is the handsomest book ever printed in America, we can .s-ore our readers 'hat we speak of one of its slightest merits The choice selection of its subjects; the ext'etne neatness am! jus*, execution of its embellishments, and the purity ami simplicity of its style, render it alike useful, tns'ructive, a id delightlul.”—fN»*Wah-'t for Octobrr 83J j The (iirl’s Own Hook, with upwards ol 100 engraV ings, n w edition I hs Mov’« own Book, with do of uo do I he Ch.tit’s iwn Book, with 530 engravings t he Chilli’s Botany, with numerous do Flora’s Interpreter, by Mrs S J Nall American Common Fiace Hook of Fuctry, beauli ful new edition l„, d > do do of Frosr, heanti f.il new edition _ _(lcr 8 — •VviUie. , ri^HF. undersigned t*V<-s this occasion to inform his 1 friends a: d«»’e u»Mic he has taken the HOUSE formerly occupied by Stro ther, Willi >m->on, and Barnard I his is. a larue and convenient K»ub!ibhnieut| *re*»aqawfclt calculated torth- accomniouau.... ! all persona, and particularly for private f ainilo-s. lo ih is • who may think proper to patronizehim in his new vocation, the undersigned can safely offer one assurance the effort to please • hehouse will he in futurt known as the AMERICAS 111) TEL JNO. M McCAHTY. Washington City,sept 1-1- d_ _ To Went, MThe fire proof BRICK WAREHOUSE at he corner of l'nnce an 1 Un on streets, recently j <j v.ipnd by Win Cleary u Co. It V\(6UUtU HAS received, by ship Maryland, Capt. Morrell, direct from Liverpool, . . 10 bales best llrulport Shvl and Herring I wine, which the manufacturer says ia ol the very best quality, and is foraalc on the usual terms He l»a», likewise, received, Best cotton Burlaps • Drab w oullt-n Ki-r-eva Lowell cotton and wool Kerseys A few pieces best Point Blankets A few nalcs best Sheeting and Shirtir-g Cottons He ha? on land, Very first quality Mack Italian Lustring Ladies’ English while silk and cotton Hi^e. besl England French best Florentine Vesting, and velvet Waistcoatmg _ „ _ Blue and black superfine Cloths and Kerseymeres, He eipccts^daily a consignment of Bed Ticks and . low-priced CansineUs. nov 23 _________— JOB PRINTING Fxpeilitiouslv executed at the Gazette OHice. SALES AT AUCTION* BY WILLIAM D NUTT. Trustee's *u\e. ON Monday, the 14’h day of January next, the sub* scriber will ufF>r for ale, at public auction, the following valuable Budding* and Lots of Errand A two-story Brick WAREHOUSE} on the north side of King sire* t and • «*t aide of est atreet, at their intersection; __in front on King atreet about '3 feet; on vVest street 120 fee Mo a t«-» fee’ a>'ey A two-story Brick WAREHOUSE, on the north side of King street, 101 feet 8$ incite* to the east » f W est street; in front on Kng street 21 icet 8J inches; in ■!> ptli »•> »!i* "one sib * I '() f et Two Brick DWELLING HOUSES, on the north side <i K.’.g street, biturtn the above m n tinned warehouse-; in front on King street about 46 feet each; in d pih to -lie said *'•' * 120 feet A two-story Brick DUELLING HOUSE, and LOT of tiKi'UM), on the south aidi <>t Lame, ron street and east aide of Weal street; trout *»f the lot on Oatm ron street 123 feet 5 inches; on Meat, 22J feet 2 inches to the said alley A vacant LOT, on the south side of Prince s'rertuiid west side of l*avne a'reet, at th>-ir int isic* non; in front on Pa1 in- street 176 feet 7 inches; i<n Prince <.tr?et 62 fee' 5 itches A LOT of GROUND, on the Alesandiia and Leesburg Uppir ttoad. about two miles hum Alexan dria containing !0| acres I he s de will be ir<*de at 12 o’clock at noon, under 2 deed of 11 us* from J »tm» Sanderson to the subsc-tb* cr. •ine-tenth ot tin purchase money will be requir. ed in hand, the res.due in three »qual instalments of 12, ! 8 ur.d 24 months. the d- lerred p»\ mmis to he secured by approved endorsed negotiable notea, Hiitl H deed of trust on al. the property sold dee 13 —Is It I TAYI.OIt, Trustee. __ BY GEORGE WHITE. VvibU© ON Saturday, the 29lh day of this month, at 10 o’clock. A M , 'Ik subscriber w !l tiler lot side, at public auction, in front of ill- f>r m H,'s A Turn Storv Mi-irk TENEMENT J^.|§|Y*Wand LOT Ob' 0 LOU Mi <•» the east a lipl xiile oi \\ .isbington s'rrpt, between Duke * i'“l " olfe streets niW ill the occupation of hichunl Vcilcli One fourh of the purchast money to be psid in h»nd, and the resiilue in thiee «qual in stalments <*f l, 4 and 6 month*; ttie d ferred pavineots to be secured by approved endorsed note-, and the ti tie to be retained until payment shall be made Hy order of tbe administrator, with the will ann*. ltd, of j. Ilarper, di ceased dec. 8 (;k*» 1VHITF. Auctioneer RtUuutUm JOHN DEVLIN respectfully inform* the citizen* of Alexandria and its vicinity, that the tcademy on Prince street, lately occupied by r Hughes, will Le re-npened by him on Monday, the 10th day of Ht-cem ber instant. Hi* course ol instruction will be exclu sively t xulisu and iliTMisiTieu I hose who wish to patronise Inin wdl please to call at the Academy, where his term* will be made known. dec 6—tf ____ V \UiU)A. ONE of our Pianos msy be seen «t the dwelling house of Bernard Houe, Esq an l another at Miss Kennedy’s Bookstore, where, also, applications may in iulurc he made lor their purchase. dec 13 DK » JOHNSON 1ST To, Root* # rAw.es. VI). IIAIIMON has received, by late arrivals, an • addition to his stock of 50 BOXES BOOTS Sf SHOES, Of every variety, suitable tor the season. Also, 2 ca-ki Cum Elastic Over Shoes, a prime article, dec6__ Rutta ftiuV SV, EDSON, King Street, (a few doors heloW • White's Auction Store) has received, per *chr. Harriet, and other late arrival-, a fur*lu r supply of BOOTS JiXn SHOES, which, with hia former stock, enables him tc off-r a very extensive assortment in his line, which will be aohl by the Case, dozen, or single pair, St a very MlMil advance for ca-h. ... .... aUo, m few casts Men’s inJ Uo » lilack inn **«»!• WOOL II AT* very fine. nov z8_ \A\fcrp*>o\ Afloat. 1 3.( M M ) BU^HKI S Ground Alum > SALT 1600 SAUK- ifi'le.l 10 to Hi*-ton) Blown S Ts»r cargo of tLe .hip star* land. for sale by nov 22 IIKNhY DAINGRItFIELD. sugars* l ufttfc, Mufussf8, Kc. Ili I Hogshead* ) Orleans, Porto Kico and St Croix UU *10 barrels $ Sugata 4 boxes white liavsna «l«* 60 barrel, and box* a loaf and lump do 13U bags Kio, l.aguira and JavaTloflee Hi hhds Orleans and English Gland Molasses p* £ copper distilled Whi.kry iOd bids > 1 ' 6 puncheons old Jamaica Until 15 hhds New England _ HU cbeats. h df chests and bmes Gunpowder, Imperial, ll>son and Young Hyson lea*, I l.i W'.’s cargo I 100 000 lbs clinic** Bacon our nw n curing I 3 .1,000 l!>s yellow an*l brown Soap 60 boxes mould and dipped Gandies j For ^le by _SAM’CH LABMOUK fc Co. fietiTgfc V W\»fc CtONTIVURS the Ilry Go< ds Iliifcine«s at the old J stand, formerly occupied bv Canm >' Ur “ i*e, »*.d has received a part of his FALL SIJFFLY b\ the ! last arrivals from the Nortli, and will continue to re j ceive freOi Good* through the seu«on. Ilia stork of \ CLOTHS. SAIT/NETS, FLANNELS, CLAN fKETS, DU'vE&TfCS, and FANCY AHTICLLN \ for ladic* dresses and gentlemen’s clothing, being ex tensive, he invites bis friend* and the public to call and examine, a* lie i* determined to sell low._ MUSEUM Open daiy from l«to 12, II., and from 3 to 5, P 11