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-m ALEXANDRIA, (D. C.) * S.lTt'Iin.ir UU RUING, FEBRUARY 9. 1833 .‘FIRST OF FEBRUARY.” The Charleston Courier gives us the following account ol wlut transpired on Nullification Day in that city: Yesterday, the birth day of practical Nullifi ca.,„n, otherwise called the fatal first of Febru er:j was signalized by no event of greater itn ii.ii tance than a somewhat more rigid enforcemenl • ..in usual of the revenue laws. The Britisli *\ii> Roger Stewart, from Greenock, and Spa , bri/llermoso llahMiero, from Havana, were lA.-n m charge bv the U. S. Revenue force our harbor, until the duties on the merchan ,li/.e thev contained should be properly secured t, the Govenment. This proceeding has been denounced, bv an Evening Journal, as a “ Fe derat aggression,” and the first step towards a lollisiou’with the State authoiities. So far from this being the c.^e, the course pursued by the Collector on this occasion, in compliance with his instructions, is in strict conformity with the provisions of the Act entitled “ An Act to re -ulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage.” passed the 2d March, 1799—an act, the vaiiditv or constitutionality of which has ne ver been questioned. That this amounts to a «• Federal aggression” can only be maintained bv those who are anxious for some pretext to cotn iilome hostilities, or who agree with an ingeni ous Columbia Editor, that to enforce the laws of •he Cnited Stater, is to commit Assault awl Buttery. _ We perceive, by the instructions of the T rea surv Department to the Collector of this port, dried Nov. 6, 1832, published among the other documents, accompanying the last Mes*age of i is I ...» a 1. tna ivHi <ar«t exf fltP rit«tniiU .»r*» lilt a • rom •• - « -- directed to adhere to the stiict line of their ofh ►ul duty, •‘merely executing their duties with, p'rhjps, greater vigilance than ordinary, and adapting existing regulations of daily u*e anil .i| plication, to new circumstances of greater emergency, as they may arise;’' and that it is tlie uiO. of the President and the Treasury Depart u.i u\ »* to take no step, not employ any means calculated to provoke or eac'lle to loree, tm*»e w!i;> are now threatening iesistauie, but to de but their operation* by the moial force of tlie law* aud die Constitution.” The above will show how things went in Charleston. The following, from the National Intelligencer, will show how they managed in Columbia: hom CVuiiihiu, tlie s>’at of government of the State, we have seen a letter which states that, «n die preceding evening, tlie College Students io that place formed a procession at about eight i-’dock, ami marched through the Main street, with an i ifigv of General Jackson, with a I a b»* 1 *• Andrew the Fir*t” oti its head, and the Execu tive Messages in its hand. They b'»re it to ihe fiout uf “The Hive” office (a Union paper.) and there burnt and shot it. “ 5> » ended with us Nullifi.atimi the fi(*r day,” says the wider. The Charleston “States’ Rights and Free Trade Evening P.«*t” of F. bruary first announ ces that m pursuance of orders from Washing ton, “Ihe Bii’i*h slop Roger Stewart, Captain Kerr, from Greenock, ami the Spanish brig Iler biimii Hiibwiero. from Havana, have been brought to in the Road* by the U. S. revenue forces in th‘* harbor.” T he editor and* that this act, “ il followed up, most uiing tlie Gene'al Govern* ■uihf in collision with us,”—meaning, we pre *u ne, the nullifies—the Post being one of the leading organs of that party. TREAT RE. W e understand that the Manager of the W’n»h mg’on theatre, having »iFectyd an engagement wp:i the celebrate d Havel family, proposes to op a the Alexandna Theatre on Tuestlav next, “n A'1111 occasion the Jiaveh will appear. If one h i ot w.at has n*m said of this family in the N • \1 \ m !: ifml Ptiik.UUl.i. ......i... *. *t... I--— r"r - “* . people in tins part ol the country luve not u t seen any thing »o i qua! thtm. 1 he I uniT Bill is at length fvnlv out of Coin mi lee ol the Whole, anil now upon the table o| 1li aise ol Representatives. Much more de* hi e. «e presume, need not be anticipated upon 1 * Q tes'mtis win now be taken, in reference to 1. b' veas and nays, and every vote will tell. '• e are glad to learn that Mr. ARMiruoNG, "* ^t'guiu, who has for three or tour weeks, !)'1" Pruned from his seat in the House of Re r < -eotu ivt*s by severe indisposition, is consider* ' I by hw physicians to be out of danger and in a t or way of recovery. l.i ilo* Senate on Thursday, after Mr. Clay* l',N ‘ u* fims:iei| his spe *ch,a motion being made tuaiijoara. Mr. Wans,hr objected. Mr. K \g And that, if the gentleman from .Mas,ac nsetts wished to deliver tiis sentiment! ■ »e jill, he hoped the motion would be with* hi"ii tor that purpose, and he would be happv to listen t« ihe gentleman to as ^reat a length as * might desire. Mr. \\ eb^tkr said, the gentleman from Ala* °’,1U was extremely kind: anil nis kindness was PVly appreciated. The gentleman from MiS fully understand* the gentleman from - a,JAniJ« hut he has no dis| 0'iri>'n to address the ^ i e at present, nor under existing cireum r'UM* al a,lv other time, on the subject of this i In the V irginia House of Delegates on the 5th, P ln"f,“n ®f Mr. Daniel, leave was given to bring * hi l authorizing a lottery to raise a sum ol P' .et for budding an academy, and paving the [ *'* irl ^'evidence, in the County of Fairfax, * I LEGISLATIVE SQUABBLES. In the record of proceeding* in the Canadian Parliament, we find the following, which indi cates no very enviable state of feelings among ' the member*: “ A terrible kick up took place on Friday even , ing in the Assembly during the examination of Mr. Viger. He had stated that he had seen a man named Keogh beaten by some of the con stables, but could not name them. Mr. Young having expressed some surprise that a public man | , like Mr. Viger should not know the special con-1 | stables, when he was so positive as to Keogh; ;, Mr. Leslie said there was nothing surprising in : it—he knew Mr. Young he did not know his! i wife. Mr. Young madeaverj long reply, which he concluded by saying that the language ot the Hon. gentleman was unbecoming a Member of, the House and a gentleman. The words having been taken down, the Speaker took the chair— and as there w«9 no quorum, messengers were sent all around to procure the attendance of i members. Mr Young refused to apologize, al ! though entreated by a great number of his friends, j An order Tor his arrest was passed, but the aer ! jeant at arms has not yet put the grace of God upou him. The discussion commenced at half past 8, and terminated only at 11.” Mr. Andrew Stevenson, in a long letter pub lished in the Enquirer, declares against the right ; of peaceable secession. He disclaim* nullifica tion too. ■ ■ NEW VERSION. Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.—Sallust. “ He knew that his fellow-citizens whuld go I even to the death with him for hjs augar.”—Go* veruor Hamilton's Sjttech. O d Shenandoah—the “tenth legion of Virgi nia (leiniiirao,” a* we have been wont to call her, holds a meeting on Monday next, to speak her mind on the existing crisis in our affairs.— vv 4i n'irfit inuto in ths* tfotiornl tnl«r 11 ti (f U'liirh 1C I r.i p. felt ti* learn what **he will have to say to the doc trines oi the pm. tarnation. Had we been called upon anterior to the birth of that paper, for our opinion as to the reception she would be prepar ed to give to such principles as are tljcie avowed, wc should have had no difficulty in answering: but so many strange occuirentes have happened within the Iasi 60 days—thare has been such a shitting of the scenes—such an amalgamation of parties, 'hat strong as has been our laitli in the steadfastness mid consistency of the political principles of our sister county, and especially in her ardent and unflinching attachment to the long cheiivhed doctiiues of state right* we can not venture to predict the result of her delibera tions. if she, too, shall renounce the faith she has so long pos»e*sed, and strike the flag on which are inscribed the doctrines of *98, their fate in the valley may be considered as settled. Xous ce rons. —Winchester J'ir. The bill arranging the congressional districts under the new census has not yet been fin.illy acted on in the house of delegates, but we learn tliat our district will remain as at present with the addition of Morgan; and that Berkeley, Jef ffis.m and Loudoun will fin in another district.— ^ 11 was proposed to attach Morgan to this latter •listiict but the legislature very properly forbade the banns.) Hampshire, Hardy, Pendleton, Rockingham, and perhaps one or two other coun ties are connected in another district. i i Winchester Virginian. Who can desire that a winter should pass awav without snow! Notice the cheerfulness of our streets yesterday and to day, and remember their dull and almost dismal features for t'.e last two or three weeks. The change is magical.—■ There goes a sleigh with -dx foaming black tug gers—streaming away »» the rate of ten miles an hour, conveying a joyous 1 nt d both sexes and all ages, from buoyant Mxt vi. " ontemplative fi„t\ What a deafening 'anlara those Russian bells make! and then hrar ti*c gir'a lung 1 <: *o«|. IK*sv <m:\ nvis how1 Mu \ I t i*t p<‘« p r that boo.! and link a I'm*" *: «ik',; ^ hrb*, - . *1 ding planetary light aroi.d It • k ol ’ . jov tliat pervades tliat little h -.u t s ■: I h'kv in the corner and enveloped in lui at d ■ >o i .oi And t.tfti i.b*erve General Gravity on the front seat with the driver, reatlv to *dve a rau'toiiarv word and c!ie< k the over -peed of in ambitious whip, who feel* thnt his Icomotice is not *W » must not be pawed by ant thing. I) *ou call tins ••cold *porir*’ Soak thy fc-t in ic*> wa- | ter. and rub them dry with a crt-K towel. |) n they not glow? do they not send the hi nod iin-u luting to the ends of the finger*? S" dues a j sleigh ride—when (he moon shines, and the j white snow lies on the frosty ground—when all i* light as day, anil the heart as merry as mir'h. , D iver! touch the leaders! laugh girls! jingle j bells! (Jive us snow u> W inter, and let it lull i on level.—Boston Transcript. | The If’eather.—A* the Museum on Friday, at j 8 A. M , the Thermometer stood at 21°, and nearly calm. The gale which commenced on Wednesday night, continued, with a few inter missions, a great part of Thursday. The vuntl was extremely cold. MARRIED, In Washington, on Tuesday evening, the 5th inst. bv the Rev. Mr. Schnber, Robert Fitz iiugh. K*q. ol the U S Navy to Maria, daugh l ter of Daniel Carroll, Esq. of Duddington. In Pensacola, F onda, on the 10di ult. by the j Rev. Sephau/.ien (iuinard, Doctor Isaac Hclse, i ' Surgeon of the United States Hospital of that! • station, to Miss Mf.i.akia, daughter of John In-j neraritt, Esq. of Pensacola. ~ DIED, On Wednesday, the 6th inst. in the 23d year ol her age, Mrs. Isabel RrrrENHousE, wife of Mr. Benjamin F. Riltenhouse, and daughter of the Rev. Dr. Laurie, of Washington. $10 ftaw&rd. LOST, yesterday morning, in the Market, a small I POCKET BOOK, containing several receipts, and tortv-one dollars in five dollar notes, and one Cor- i poration note. The above reward will be given on j j leaving it with WILLIAM CAMPBELL, or at this J office. feb 9—3t j FROM WASHINGTON. In the Senate yesterday, Mr. Poindexters’ re solution, offered the day before, (see another co lumn) was debated by Mr. Poindexter and Mr Calhoun in its favor, and Mr. Grundy against it. Before the question was taken, however, the hour for taking up the special order of the day arrived, and the Senate proceeded to consider the Revenue Collection Bill. Some remarks were made by Messrs. Web ster, Tyler, Bibb and Brown, of North Caro lina, in explanation of and reference to the Bill. Mr. Mangum being indisposed, did not resume his speech. Mr, Dallas, of Pennsylvania,then took the floor at length in favor of the Bill, and was speaking when our informant left Washing ton. lathe House, the Tariff'Bill was again taken up. Particulars in our next. COMMERCIAL. Price of Produce in Alexandria yesterday, from wagons and Vessels. Flour, per barrel, - - 85 00 a 0 00 Wheat, per bushel, - - 1 00 a 1 10 Corn, - do - - - 0 60 a 0 65 Rye, do - - - 0 62 a 0 65 Oats, from wagons, per bushel, 0 35 a 0 36 Oats, trom vessels, do - 0 33 a 0 00 Corn Meal, yellow, do - 0 50 a 0 55 Corn Meal, white, do . - 0 55 a 0 60 Flaxseed, • do 1 25 a 0 00 Clove*seed, - do - 8 00 a 0 00 Whiskey, per gallon, - - 0 31 a 0 32 Bacon, per cwt. - - - 6 50 a 7 00 Butler, per lb. - - - 0 10 a 0 20 Lard. do - - - 0 07 a 0 08 Plaster Paris, (retail) per ton, 6 00 a 0 00 Flour. — We have yet no change to notice in the wagon price of Flour: it continues at $5 03, with but little disposition on the part of dealers to take it at that price. Considerable sales have been made from stores at the same price, say Five Dollars. BALTIMORE MARKET— Fkb. 8. Flour.—Sa ps ol Howard slreet Fiour in the early part of the week at 85.50, withili the last two davs some sales have been made at 5,37.1 and at 5.25 from the wagons. City Mills stock in the hands of (lie millers said to be small; the mil lets generally are not grinding at this season, there being no wheat in market. Sales at &5i|, 4 months. Wheat.—A cargo of Virginia prime red has been sold at 81.12 . Cora—Yellow 66c; white 65; both in demand, none having arrived for some time past, and ten or twelve Eastern ves sels waiting f‘>r cargoes. Outs—Sates of 1000 bushels at 37ic. Clnversted-—The receipts light; sales from stores S7l PHILADELPHIA MARKET—Feb. 6. About 1000 barrels Superfine Flour have been sold for export at 85,25; some holders refuse this price, but others are willing to sell, A small !•» Rye Flour sold at 84; scarce, and held higher. Corn Meal in barrels is scarce, one or two lots at 83.25. No Drain at market. Flax »eed is scarce, and void at 81,65 a 1,70.— Clover Seed is wanted, sales at 86,25 a 6,75.— Whiskey is dull anti on the decline. A lot of 104hhds. new crop New ()ileans Sugar was of fered at public sale yesierdav, of which 74 lihds void at 86, f5, at 2, 3 and 4 months credit. NEVV-YORK MARKET—Feb. 6. Flour —No change in prices of Western.— Sah*s of Baltimore Howaril street at 85 75; Rich mond Country at 85 62. in small parcels. The stock of Flour in first hands is about 80,000 hart els. Grain —No sales of Wheat. Southern Corn ilull ai 60 cts. No other change. In Coffee and Sugar, vvehaver.o alteration to nutlet*. The Coll m market i3 dcpiessed.— '■ .- S ••!*’.t !i>h amount to 600 bales, ► c - i » '!•> .' i all cents, chiefly at lOj .no cn K r : i . t It.'! s 11 cents. Fio'.-h - I'v- fjoiotitv *1 flour now in tins ci 1 , .r ■..•lie. '.foM *• taided bv careful in irei»ng;»( iti, tn very i.ea lv ss follows: New Y • • k • h i**, including wheat in mills on toe Iv»m Riser, 25.200 barrel*. Weetem, - - - 38,000 Troy, .... 175 Southern, • * * -18.150 Tota*, ... II 0,525 _ AT. Y. J. f'om. Feb, fi. _ SrtlP WEW8*_ PORT Or *USX*ADRIA, fb. CJ. Ahrivko. February 7, Schr. Velocity, R)der, Boston; Sundries to \V. Fowl,* & Co and freight to toe District. Schr. Kenawha, Cunningham, Norfolk; Salt to J. 11 Ladd. Saili.d, February 8, Brig Planet, Peurson, Port au Prince, with 1100 barrels Flour. Schr. Tom Wood, Shoemaker, New V'ork. \YA\a\fc OyV . j iqA Gallons common Whale Oil, just received I HtcjU in large cask*, per schooner V elocity, tor sale bv S. M. U S. H. JANNhY feb 9__ V «r r reAgAvl, rrzr The schooner SPiCA Woo ! ward, master, VtTjX.ow ready to receive a cargo. Apply to the 1?™%,, board, or to W- H H.LLBtt. feb 9___ Just U.e<*e vert, J3nd for sale by JVM. M. MORRISON, \ViksV of the Valley of t ie Mt^siisippi, or I he Emigrant’* an 1 Traveller’* Guide to the Wear, containin| a general description of tint interesting country, and al.o notice* of the sod. production., rr vers, amt other channels of intercourse md trade; and likewise of the cities and town*, progren of education, &c. of each State and Teiritor>. »» n v (*• Westward the star of empire lakes its way —BciK* |(,y) Also, a fresh .upplv of Flora’s Inrerpreter, and Cal jitt’s Dictionary ot the Bible, feb 8—St Viftno Music. Received tinsday the fofiowmi', viz: My aider dear; Summer’s gone JimUrtiw Dance; Gome dwell with me Cinderella Waltz* Wa -he’s Waltzes, No, 1 Do do No. 2 Minstr 1’* itel.rn, xc.* 'Jl.re de Kitchen K light with tut snow white plum' U.r.colei Jac» of Mailcdou, * ai d Instructions for the Piano an t Violin feb 9 BUilA KENNEDY. Arrvantsfor Attic. | NEGdO WOMAN, about 25 years of age* two j\ Bovs and » Girl, ages from 4 to 9 years, t hey will not be separated, nor sold out of Maryland or the District ofCo'umoia. WHICH I’ ft M VDD X. For the Kxecu’or of J ohn H Dr Butts, dec’j. Also, A PIANO FORTE, A very sweet toned instrument, winch will be solJ j low. feb 9 - eo3t DRAWS THIS DAY Union Canal Lotteiy of Pennsylvania, Cluts So. 3 for Ib53, Will be drawn at t’liilad-Iphia O' Saturday, F* I 9 I Pwze of 8*20.000 I l prize* of 6,01)0 1 do of 10,000 I 7 prize* of, 1,000 Ticketsf5; halves 2 5j, quarters 1 25. On sale in great variety at JAS. IIIOABAS’S l.otterv ffice, corner Ki .g and Hoyalsts Uiicurrent Notes and Fur ign Gobi purchased DRAWS THIS DAY Union Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania, Class 'o 3 for 18 >.$ _ To hi* drawn in I'h l.detptr n ‘"Oilrdny, Peh 9 1 Prize of 820.000 I 1 Prize of 86.000 1 do of 10.000 I 1 do of * 4,000 Tickets fS; lia.ve** 5b* qu rters 1 25. To be had in a variety ■> i.iinu ersat I. SS. WKI?B'S lottery Office, Royal street <j*7 Ord-rsfrom thr country sjxcisllv attended to Drawing of the New Y irk Consol’dated f.otttrv * No. 3 f >. 1 >3: 4 15 11 23 31 14 64 65 6-3 27 UUJiWS / III S U.l 1 Union Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania, • ('lass No3for 18J1. To be drawn in Pli ia'lrt. It a on Saturday, Ft b 9 CAPITAL PRIZ3 $29,000. Whole tickets 1-5; halves -i 5b; quarters 1 25. To be had in a variety of numners of j. caiftss. Lottery iy E reliance Broker, Jtlemndria Drawn Numb«rs of the Nrw York Consolidated Lotte ry, Class No 3 for 188.1: 1 4 15 11 23 31 14 64 65 62 27 Connecticut Lottery. Cl ss No. 3‘2—N**w Serbs; 38 6 46 2 4 20 13 14 52 lUghy Uerrlug Boxes s noked Digby Herring, for tale by OUU feb 8_D IKfWIV. ftugwr § %>Vt»\u88fca. Hlilrdt. Muscovado Sugar r 50 hhds Jamaica and Cuba Molasses For side by W. FOWLK k Co fib 8 __ bruit. | Att Boxes Granges lUi J 4U do Lemons Landing from schooner Velocity, fur sale by feb 8 W. FOWLK & Co._ .vfcsv 'GngiatuV Hum. (3)f\ llogsbeads New England Itum, landing from /Si - r schooner Velocity, for &a!c by fcb 8 W- FOWLK &. Co. •Vai\a. 0")6i i C*sb* Nails, assorted sizes, landing from schr Velocity, for sale by feb 8 # W. FOWLF. UT Co. Vur Bvislun. The packet schooner VELOCITY, Ryder, natter, will have dispatch. For freight apply to Lott W. FOWLK ty Co. FyysAy figs. 6)f\(Y Drums } Of fr..»h Smyrna Figs, of .s)\ It f 100 half drums > veiy superior quality Landing from sclmooer Velocity, formic by feb 8 _V C l,' A/K.MlVK. *t Co. •V v vy Viugiuiui Hum. ■)/1 Hogsheads of \'ew England^ Itum, received per O* f schooner Velocity, for sale by C. CaZKNOVE ty Co Also 50 half boxes Chocolate. feb 8 T\\fc $\t»o\> IHadainia Would take a fre giit to Noifolk or Richmond-, £f jtfl^eurrh k 500 barrels, and is ready for its r. c< p I .* Apply to GEO. JOHNSON U Co fch_8 _ _ Union Tavern The subscriber respectfully informs I hi* friends and the public generally, that V k'jJ£ SJKl.e has removed from Union street to Fair ^^QSiSifax street, hetwre.n King and Cameron streets, and near the Maiket, where Ladies and Gen tlemcn can be accommodated in* genteel manneri a* his Establishment is well fitted up, and furnished auf ficiently to render comfort to those who in»y please to patronize him. Me h.s excellent STABl.lNG for twenty or thirty Morse*, for which his charges will be moderate Gentfomen esn be furnished with OYSTER SUP PERS in private rooms or otherwise, as he has his Oyster Establishment in complete order. Me can also accommodate ten or twelve HOARD BUS, by the week, month, or year, at reasonable prices ... Mis HAR is furnished with the best Wines and Li quors ihe plac'- will afford. Being thankful for past favors, he hopes, by strict attention and moderate charges to share s psrt ol public patronage. JAMES MORRIS, jau l.A—2m OllCfe IJURSUAVT to sn Order of the United States’ Cir- | cuit Court o- the District of Cofumoia, sitting in ; Chancery at Al xan.lria, tn the case of Lincoln Cham berlain, surviving partner of Lincoln and Luther Cham j berluti, against George McCli-vli, Administrator of Archibald McCl-ish, et al., passed‘tetober Term. 1833, . the creditors of the said Archibald McCli* wh are re quired to present i h*'ir claims to the undersigned, on or before the 1 ><h day of February next, or they Will be excluded from the dividend of his estate A MOORE, , janl7—lm Master Commissioner. lor Hfe\\t. The large and commodious House .at the Village, with a valuable fnnt anu J vegetable Ganns* of two Acres, form* r !y owne I bv George Taylor, Esq. Also, three Squares nf two Acres each, next west, cast and north east, sod ten acres south east, of the first. Apply to Samuel B Larmour, *t the W are- | house of_SAM’L. B. LAKMOUK 8t Co 'Vo llfent, A very A MALL HOUSE, at a verp cheap rent, J liliinear the wharf. JOSIAI1 II. UAVIS. | sCT® Savings Fund Institution open Thia Dai, (j<tur.1i),J uidcr the d. reel ion of » Con* mut e of the Board of Managers, at the Koom, comer of King and Washington streets, st half past 3 o'clock I*, u. eSalurtf SALES AT AUCTION* BY GEORGE WHITE. Stocks nt Auction. ON Monday, at 11 o’clock, at white’s Auction Warehouse, without the iet*t reserve - 5 shares Chesapeake and Ohio Cana) Stock 2 do Alexandria Canal do 1 do Middle Turnpike Koad do By order of the Trustee t feb 9 GKO. WHITE, Auct. BY GEORGE WHITE. Yutunure ftoAe. \T 11 o'clock on Monday morning, the Uth instant, will be sold at my Warehouse, to close sales 2 mahogany sideo arda, of good quality 3 do bureaus 1 set dining tables; breakfast and other do 2 walnut «l.i; lot of Venetian blinds 1 patent wasti ng machine I anthracite cos. Frankun stove 1 do cooking do, with necessary apparatus Together with sundry oilier articles feb 9 _•_GKO. W HITE. •VolAee. AGREEABLY to an nrder of the Honorabt* thn judge of the District Court for the District of Columbia, made at December Tt ■ m, 1832, I shall pro. cecd;to sell, for cash, si the Custom Douse, situate at the iitmcct on of K t g and Union stress, in the town ol Alexandria, on Widnesday, the 27tb day of this m'uith February, 1833. ONE CASE OF BOMBAZINES, which ha* been forfeited to (he United States- Sale to commence at 10 u’cloek. C. SCOTT, D M. fe!> 9 ts For II. A*hton, Marshal. BY THOMAS C. WRIGHT, GeorgetownJ Yre*> anil YsXtenaiYo fcaAo of nuv nnnn.v N Monday next, the 11 ill .ns ant, at 10 o'clock, A. *0 M , at the Auction Rooms on Bridge street, I shall offer lor sale, w it limit reserve, neatly all the DRY li (IDS on hand, belo.ign g t<> differ, nt distant con* signers Tin- slock cout'st* of Woollens, Cottons, Linens, and Silk Goods. Amongst which are (onaidcrahh quant 'y of first rate London Goods, rurh as Sup- rfine VaL rcia-, Mar* seilles, and Silk Vestings, particularly worth 'he •Men tion of Merc ant I ailnru A more particular desrrip lion of the Goods will be given in hai.d -ills before the sale Fermi at ante. TIIOS, C. WRIGHT, Georgetown, feb 9 2t Auctioneer. .. ———— dervaitta lor Ulna. TlfRKK GIRLS, (from the country, and of good ha bits) of II, 13 and 15 tears of age, would be hir* ed by the year at reasonable wages Applv to" tho Printer. feb 7—dtf IS the latter part of the year I8i9. a series ofliterary communications, by •' A Llub” of young gentle men, were published in the Alexandria Gazette, Tb* advertiser collected nearly all the numbers after they had been printed, and pasted them in • book. l b* Book was loaned out—to whom is n w forgotten The object of this notice is to request wh»«-ver may have it, to l< ave it at this office, and by so d ing oblige the idv Miner f-bF 3t Coach isi Uuruea& Making. mHK undersigned have established themselves per* ft. nianently in Middleburg. Loudoun County, where they are prepared to srrve tlie public with Close Coaches, Stage Coaches, Barouches, Dear boms. Gigs, Ca riules, and Harness, of the beat quality, and on the frost reasonable terms. Having learned their trades, and worked in the best Northern Kstablishmcnts, and having in their employ hands from tlu-re, who are likewise well acquainted with the buiness, they pledge themae'ves to fu'nilh those who may call upon them with work equal in quality and appearance to any in the United States. Hirstns in their line w ill be done at the shortest nd* tice an-l tin moderate terms. jjf They have on hand, for sale, several handsome fashionable Carriages and Barouches and a splendid Sulkev; and persons wishing to purchase are respect fully invited to call and examine them, SaTTBRTHWAIF A RICHARDSON. MidJIehurg. Vs , Feb 5- tf fcor Went. a Will be rented low, two Store Rooms and • Cellar in a Warehouse in Printer'! Alley, Eli quire at this office. _feb 6 tf WiU’mn %V. McVtign HAS taken the Store House formerly occupied by the Messrs. Chamberlains, and more recently by Messrs. Fletcher 1%Dement, on Pftnce street * hart, where he is now opening, and intends at all times to keep, a very general assortment of Groceries, Liquors, Wines Ground Alum ) Turks Island > SJILT Blown 3 Mackerel, Shad «ud Herrings- Together with all other articles usua’lv kept in a grocery store All of which he will sell, whole sale and retail, at a very sn»all advance to Cash dealers and punctual cus tomer^_j*» 29 -eo.’w__ Vrinre street THE undersigned, in announcing to the citizens of Alexandria and its vicinity tint this Institution is now open for the reception of youth, would respect fully asMi'e them that he will continue to i nforce the «nme rigid observance of scholastic discipline, pursue the same tffi:ient system in the communication of in struction, and use the same untiring in.iustry in the discharge of his professional duties, which have hi therto invaruibly proved so advantageous to the pupils committed to his care The St stem of Exercises in the Frince-street Academy embraces the following branches of Kd ication: Beading; Writing; Arithme tic; Book Keeping and English Grammar; Geography; the use of slaps and Globes; Geometry and Algebra, with their application to the practical branches of the Mathematics; Trigonometry, plane and spherical; * ensuration; Surveying and Gauging; Navigation, with the c instruction of the tables annexed; the pro jection of Maps snd Planispheres, according to prin ciples purely mathematical; Topographical and Ar chitectural Drawing; Civil and Military Engineering; Conic* Sections; Fluxions; Gnomomcks; Astronomy, and Mechanics. Conscious of the extent and accuracy of his reseatch in the branches of science above enumc* rated, the undersigned has the confidence to assert that he ill give instruction in them,not superficially, but ac cording to principles susceptible of conclusive proof, in the rigid language of irrefragable demonstration. Terms of tuition, ami Rules of the Institution, will be made known at the Academy JOHN DEVLIN, Alexandria, Dec- 21—tf_’-;r><1 ICJ® Geo. T. Brown respectfully of. fera himself to the Voters of Prince tieorge's County t Maryland, as a candidatofor the »e*t Sbenflalty.