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sweet self: or if she does, «t -nun.la.or the Lisetta, or the Ftanv ii*fthe XCcck to whom she is allied, not, «»3ftl,“ o - circumstances, but m the tru rir the glowing ,,at,onal conBP,es,on j ’ j, Italun »?,r' • ® 3 Pl,rtr8l'n .taii3n painter who said that the a color consisted in white up •"j'f . dMck.p.owW'-. Ho. per.ec.lv t!)liicLanU understand this secret of et f .^jTuw beautifully he has exempted it , ,„owv d-re trooping w th crows. ' *> ‘‘"V.ltJ, o’er her fellow. show*! T.'’?Xeand her lover are in contrast with all Th. .k n Thev are all love, surrounded Z'. all harmony, surrounded with all *llU' .»! pure nature.'..» the moist of polish "i ti lal life. Juliet, like Portia, is the «f opulence and splendour: she , h.rctv-»he ha* been nurtured in a "she clasps her robe with jewels-she rl<i Hrr hair *ith rainbtfw-tinted pear’s; but | ,jnr ", ,he has no more connexion with the ; » her’* *' u.i h,r. ,han the lovely exotic trans lll?P"nrou. v.me KJm-like climate, has will. *'in d v«-1 ami ii»«M conservatory which ha* ;^,JOcll«rcd in luxuriant tout;. Tr„i Biro, remarked of the Italian women, J he could -peak avec connal-.ance de fait.) „e the only women in the world eapa Le of »pre»ie»'. a. .mce eery sodden and eery t^e; which, he adds, i- to ho found In no . -non Mr M-mre observes afterwards, i comple-elv an Italian woman, either from ,u „/her social condition, is led to mvert the i ri.‘Jr>e of fra.ltr among ourselves, and, weak Mesi'tn ’ the fi.st impulse of passion, to reserve !/ ttbi.le s'reu^th of i.er character for a display af her constancy ami devotedness afterwards — i»,r|. these trattw of national character arc exem “t, ,11.. Juliet -Moore's J.i/euJ Byron, vol. u. n 33d. -4to edit. IV fine weather makes king Street, about •vSiurra, jay and lively. We saw yesterday much beauty and fashion congregated there.— The tlfjleu no doubt have a pleasant time, in yjpp'.hig SO many lair customers. Mr. J. Adams has addressed a letter to Mr. I..M! v'on, on the subject of Masonry. \A e *ouM rather see .Mr. A. employed on some other Mbjett. Wc had h-.ped that Anti Masonry was tlsud—as far, at least, as politics ars concerned. Ine papers are getting into a ridiculous habit f iltlisioi'* the names of sti anger* at living at • < different li >tei* in tlie cities. A little reflec* t a "Uil.t tu convince those concerned that this practice *i!l give rise to many abuses. Pie New Y"Ht Journal of Commerce states that twelve hundred and friflr three uew adver ni'iiu’iii. were published i» tfcit pajieT last week, • iclusivpid auction* and steamboat*—being a greater number than ivk ever before published m inv paper in Hie United state*, within a simi lar period ” This w a large number, even with 'he population and business of New York. We have had the curiosrv to count the new adver liwiurnls that have appeared in our own journal, the ».Imtrkunin tlie nine working days of ihe prevent Bomlh We find that thev amount to | «®e thousand and seventeen, being an av erage of uue hundred and thirteen per day.—Hull. *tn. si sic unities!”—Ed Jilex. Gnz. LATEST FROM MEXICO. Ihe ichminer l’cio Brothers, from Tampico, n'td at New 0.leans 24lh u!t. whence she left '» the Htli. The election for President and 'in IVr.iileut of the Republic, tu serve for four T(11' l|l,m di* 1st Apnl, has terminated. Gen. Anna has been elected President, and Gen. j bouioz Farias, A ice Piesident. Gen. Lorenzo | ■JrZavaUhas been elected Governor of the State i “I Alaico. lrunuilitv continued la reiun un. i ih'tUllA'tl. R.v i e biiij Durango, at New Orleans, in six ' • fru0‘ h«v«m. we learn that the Cholera “ • wcnewhat abated in that city for two days j’ r ' to her departure. The captain states the number of deaths were about £50 per t. *’ lu<'hseav had made its appearance in j country towns, and on the plantations, where great ravages, principally the colored population. 3.^r,rr‘*r-A bttle boy, aged about ! »fl*'‘oSa‘tardSnVk<?,:r0f llw iail* VVa4 m"’* , “v* h»r ahrjut 7 hours, and scanch A little child T 'm-V d,rec,'on’ but in vain, ipejfc „• ‘ bou ll1* °"n a*1** who could not - B >vPm h, a‘con,'n««||J saying to its mother, ?■J bole in in ’ 7,7 1,1 hole,'* and pointed •led |>» a run. r ' "as ,n,s>|02. a man descen ts® of the LTV U'",er h‘* ar,,li’to the but 4 H . ,va 'hVan,‘P of twenlJ fe*t. with ^ttUo anw' T,dabo7%8c»P> but he was ideuTift T ’ "as d,awn UP- The WnffGs ,, 1 " lh4t of Mr* » ’» boy. ffv»rd t0 Up *ent to ‘he place and ottered a *ir;b for Would ^end and ^ <he SkriRV W’ irN<>0e C0"ld bc found. <uan wdS iTP'T* 10 dl,wn; when a col *rD \fier n JUCtd t0 desCend» with a lan ^w.t P?'rd,nS ab°Ut 300 feet in *be *«»wedbv anA"*n^*'*r *t. and which is !"«le fellow about 4 feet high, he found *?r*,i#g«gliJt!h,lglie ,nud and fiUh’ 't^ustid. Jr l thle wall of the arch, almost houtcd out »n |Ugat b'm *° the hole, and he but n * pres,fnfed to his, ull then fcmLSj? «»e^ed parents. w*odercd ^u8 f r ter,fa‘l‘n* in lh* bole, be bad **,h'*id»«’T‘kh*d b'c,,n,e so f*tjs«d J P*4|, u |„ )k*‘,t"’ *»* lock to the hol„ ?!!he Po*fr of a®*.bew,lde^d and deprived * *« m! z?rst thinkm* A Land Race of last Tuesday threatens a tra gical issue. Four fleet mounted riders started nearly together to purchase a valuable gold tract drawn by some person in Bibb county. Two of them were thrown from their horses—one at three and the other fifteen miles from here, and, it is said, are both of them dangerously hurt. Four or five horset have just at the moment the paper was going to preas, passed the office in full speed. One of the riders was thrown while in ; sight of our window, and we understand has bro ken his arm.—MUledgeville (Geo.) Recorder. Death of Ar. Vanderburgh.—Letters were received in town last weak from the Rocky Mountains, announcing the death of Mr. Van derburgh, one of the principal cleiks attached to the American Fut Company. He was kill ed on the 14th ol October last, together with Alexis Pilloo, by a party of Blackfeet Indians, whom they had imprudently pursued, with on ly six other men.' They proceeded across a plain upon the trail of the Indians, until they reached some uneven ground, where it was lost. Sud- ; denly, they were assailed by the discharge of | firearms, and a rush of near one hundred Indi- ! ans quickly followed. Mr. Vanderburgh's horse was shot under him; he, however, disen- j gaged himself, levelled his rifle and killed one man. While in the act of raising his pistol at another, he was shot in the back, and fell dead. The balance of the party escaped to the camp.— Next day, a party of the traders went out to bury the dead; but the body of Pilinn only was found and interred—that nf Vanderburgh had beeh ta ken away by the savages, and the arms of the “ white chief” were exhibited, at the Blackfoot Fort on the Missouri, as trophies of victory.— The engagement took place on the Jefferson Folk of the Missouri, and the traders immediately crossed the Mountains, to join a party under Mr. Oripps —Missouri Republican. MARRIED' At the residence of her mother, in Washing ton, «>n Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Colton, Dr James W. F. Macrae, of Virginia, to Mias Cornelia Lee, daughter of the late Richard Bland Lee, E-q. DIED* Very suddenly, at his country seat. Mill Quar ter, Amelia County, Va., on Friday night last, John il Bkown, Esq., formerly a most respect able merchant of Petersburg, and some few years since M aynr of the Town, and Representative of Ihe Borough in the Legislature of Virginia. At his residence in Westmoreland County, Va , on ihe M instant, in the 55lh year of his age, Major William H. Walker. The de ceased was an officer in the late war, acted as sheriff for manv years, and represented the coun ty in the Legislature of the State. In these va rious situations he discharged his duty to the sa tisfaction of all. Major W as a husband, la ther and neighbor was highly esteemed. The Children of the several Sunday Schools of Aiiaaiidris w.il oe ml* led, on Sun .») *«t«« moon nest, the 14tt instant, in »lu* Mettyulist Episcopal Church, on Wathlngton street Exercises appropriate to the occasion will he engaged in, to commence at a qinr.er past 3 o'clock. Ad who feel interested in the buno*) School cause are ftqiecifully invited to attend apr i‘2 __ The Wth Annual Meeting of the Young Men** H b.c ;;ci«.y »»l Jcxunoria, w ill be held on Kn d»y even ng, the 1 2th u.staid in the Baptist Meeting House Tin i.'iportuf the Hoard will be read, seve ral Address.* n.*f| , hmI other business of ihe Society transacted All friends ot the Bible cause arc respect ful !y ii vit* d to atte: d By order: apr 11—2t JAMES ENTWISLE. Rec. Sec'y. DRAWS THIS DAY Virginia State Lottery, Fur the Benefit of the Town of Wheeling, r'lass So. 2 for 1833. Will be Irawn in Richmond on Friday, April 12 CAPITAL PRIZE! $15,000. Tickets/iUUi halves J5U; quarters 1 25. Maryland State Lottery, Clas9 No 7 for 1833, Wilt be drawn in !»<ltirrv>re on Satu-day, April 13 HldHSST PHIZ-1 $20,009. Tickets halves 2 50} quarters 1 25. (U* Lowest prize f6. Shenandoah Ftee Bridge Lottery, Extra Class Xo 1 for 1835, Will be drawn in VI inchester on Xl.nid ,v Apiil 15 CAPITAL PRIZE $16 000 |C7* Lowest prize 825 Tickets $4; halves 2; quarters 1 00 To be had in a varieij of numoers of j. souse, Lot‘?ry& Krchange Broker. Jllexundria. DRJHVS TH/S IMF Virginia State Lottery, fbr the Benefit of Ihs Town of It heeling. Class Xo 2 for 183,. Will be drawn in Richmond on Friday, April 12 1 prize of 815,000) 5 prizes of 8LOOO l do of 5,000 ) &c &c &c Tickets55; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25. Maryland State Lottery, Class No. 7 for 1833, Will be drawn in Baltimore on Sa>iirda«, April 13 CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000 Whole tickets *5; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25. On sale in great variety by JAS. 8ZORDAS. qr“p Uncurrent Now, end For G--I-1 "nirrl> ■-■♦•<1 Fahc) avatviiiacjl, JUST received, per schooner Virginia, the follow ing, viz: French stained paper, various colors ’I issue do white and various colors Artificial flower do; watered silk do Morocco, all colors, do; gold and copper bronze Perrytn Si quill pens; leaJs for everpoint pencils Red. black, and fancy co ored wafers Note anil notarial do Extra superfine black and red sealing wax Rose wood and ebony round rulers, 15 and 18 in ches in length Fine black ink, in small phials, 6}cts each Lithographic scraps Guin elastic, in balls and bottles Transferring varnish; album*, with vignette* Polished surface visiting cards Embossed invitation do And Charts of the West Indies Do south Coast of the United States, of J the most recent survey; Nautical vlmsnscs for 1833, i &c. &c. * ELfZ.x KENNEDY, j mar 30—eo6t LUUlUVttl. I WV1. M. MORRISON has removed his Bookstore a to that lately occupied by Mr. Joseph Janney, > where he will sell Rooks as cheap as can be had in the District oa luivmt. *pr 4—d iOt ["communicated. 3 To the Candidates for Congress in the District of trhifh Fairfax is a part. Gentlemen! I hold it material that the opi nions of public men upon public subjects should , be well known to the community, and trust you will not esteem me unduly inquisitive in asking you to say, on Monday next,— 1st, Whether you thiuk the United States Bank is constitutional or not? 2dly, Whether you think its charter ought to be renewed or not? 3dly, Whether yo« regard the General Go vernment as possessing constitutionally the pow er of improving the country by Roads and Ca nals, or not? I have no doubt a frank and full development of your views on these important topics would be gratifying to your fellow-citizens af large, as it certainly would be to an ENQUIRER. Fairfax County, April 11, 1833. connERCUL._ Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce. Liverpool, Wednesday March 7. Nothing especial has occurred in our market, this week, except perhaps that we have had a good demand for Cotton, sales large (but more particularly in Brazil which are id higher in several descriptions) and a better feeling on the whole prevailing. In American Cotton uot any change has taken place in prices. Naval Stores are drooping, both Tar and Tur pentine; in other articles we have scarcely any thing of importance to report. Sales March 4th.—There has been an exten sive demand in the Cotton market to-day, and the transactions are estimated at 3500 Bahias at 7gd, and Maranhams 8$ to Did, and in Ameri can desciiptinns 2500 bales from 6? to 8Jd. SHIP NEWS. _ FORT OF ALEXANDRIA. CD. C.J Arrived, April 11, Sloop Advice, Crowell, Providence, R. I.; Potatoes and Onions to Win. Fowle &Co. Sloop Union, Taylor, Philadelphia; Freight for the District. Steamboat Potomac, Nevitt, Norfolk; freight and passengers lor the District. Sailed, Schr. Volant Wyman, New York. Schooner Duroc, Stetson, cleared at Norfolk for tiiis port 9th inst. The ship Anacreon, White, from Liverpool, bound (o Richmond, ran ashore ou Hog Island a few days since during a thick fog. Site had bil grd, and has probably gone tu pieces. Crew and passengers saved. Melancholy Shipwreck—The schoonei Eliza beth, of Boidentown. (N. J.) Douglass, master, from Plymouth, N C. with a cargo of staves and shingles, bound tu Kingston, Jamaica, sailed from the former place on the 7th March, and from Ocracock on the 13lh, ami on the l6lli following, sprung aleak, and immediately filled with water. On the next day her foremast was carried away. The crew—with the exception of Thomas Buz man, mate, who was drowned, Nathan Phelps and Samuel McCarty, seameu, who perished for want of water—were taken off the wreck ten days after, (during which time they had nothing to subsist on but a few potatoes,) by Capt. Hard ing, of schooner Banner, from Plymouth, bound to Kingston, Jamaica, who transferred them, on the 31st, in lat 26, long 69, to the schooner Ja son, Duncan, of and loi Folly Landing, from St. Thomas, which put into Hampton Roads ye9ter day, for the purpose of landing them. The sur viving crew lo9t every thing but the clothes which they had on. Mr. Bozinan aud Phelps belonged to Plymouth, N. C. and MtCnriy to Baltimore. Captain Douglass takes this'opportunity* in be half of himself and surviving crew, to return thanks to the above named gentlemen, for their kind attentions to them —Norfolk Beacon. Jlnolhtr Melancholy Shipwreck.—The schoon er which was sunk below the Light Boat, in the heavy gale on Sunday night last, was thr Friends, Captain Anderson, from Newport News, with a cargo of sand lor the Dr_v Dock. Jill on boa’d ('four in number) went down with the vessel — She lies in about eleven futhoens water. The schooner belonged to Captain Freeman, of Ports mouth.— Norfolk Beacon. New Orleans, March 19. Shipwreck.—The new ship Knight, Captain Knight, from Portland, arrived, and anchored at the S. VV. Pass about ten days ago. Being in that situation, she struck an old anchor, buried in the sand. The wind coining to blow fresh, and. being unable to get her anchor on board, the Captain was compelled to cut her cable away.— She was driven out to sea, and was soon found to be leakiug at the rate of 50 strokes of the pump a minute. The crew being exhausted by conti nual exertion to keep the vessel fiom sinking, the captain drove her on the Caillon Island, with eight feet water in the hold. She had 200 tons oflstone ballast and 160 bales of hay on Board; was insured in Boston, we understand, for the sum of 814,000. The amount of property sav- j ed, is rated at 83000, in furniture, rigging, and spars The Captain and crew came down in the Cora from Lafourche. Loss of the ship Glide.—By the arrival at ( this port of the brig Henry Tallman, Capt. Le- I inont, from Matamoras, we learn that on the 7th inst. he spoke a schooner bound from New Or leans to S. W. Pass, Vermillion Bay, which re ported, that the new ship Glide, of Portland bound from Boston to New Orleans, with a small cargo of hay, &c. was cast away on the Tambel* ier Island, on the 5th. All the information which Capt. Lemont could gather, was, that the crew were all saved—the ship had 13 feet water in her hold—supposed to be entirely lost. Franklin Republican, March 13. Tha ship Hellespont.—We learn that the fact of insurance having been effected in this city, at an advanced premium, on property on board the Hellespont, and the circumstance that no notice has been taken by the public prints, of the Try* j sail Mast and Work Bench picked up by the Martha having been sent here, as was the rase, has revived a fear that the Hellespont is lost.— There is not the slightest ground for this appre_1 hension. The trysail mist and work bench, it if proved beyond all doubt, did not belong to her. To whatever vessel the bodies seen by the Mar tha, and the fragments of a wreck brought heme by her might have pertained, it is impossible they could nave had any connexion with the Helles pont—Boston Transcript. Butter. 8 Barrels Rockihoham Roll Butter, in prime order, jubt received and for tale by apr U _ CLAGKTT fc PAGE. \Ananed OU. 4 Barrels Linseod Oil, for sale by apr 12_ CLAGETT tt PAGE. ~ V fit in UttC Bat a. AD. HARMON has just received a prime lot of • Palm Leaf Hats, of various qualities, which will be sold cheap._»pr 12~d6m,co3t Patent Shot. A FURTHER supply, assorted numbers, from the Phanix Shot I ower Company, just received and for sale by 8. MESSEKSMII H. apr 11 __11 ^lotnaaes. Hogshead* prime Retailing Molassea, landing Of I from schooner Paragon, for sale by apr lo \V. FOWLE k Co. Onta. f \ Bushels clean Virginia Oals, for sale by Oil apr 10 GEO. JOHNSON & Co. Outtnn Soctka. a CJVQ Pair Country Knit, just received for sale, l Ou5 wholesale. Retailers will find them a desira ble ariicle- l< k J. DOUGLAS, apr 10 ____ Pur ^forfntk, The schooner ISAAC D.i VIS, Capt. Travis. E^f^she will take freight on very low terms. Ap ply »o the Captain on board, at Ladvi’a whart apmu ___ ; gig* The packet sloop MILLER, J. Teal, mai fcjyy ter, will sail on Saturday- For freight apply on boaru, or to STEPHEN SHINN, apr 10 ' Janney’a wharf. CAve»\* Nootft ^ *A\tifea. A. 1). HARMON, At his new Store, adjoining Mr. Rutch er’s, and two doors above his old stand, lias ^Wjgg5>received a part of his Spring stock of BOOTS & SHOES. consisting of almost c'ery variety of Ladies', Gentle* men’s, Misses’, Boys’ and Children’s Bouts, Bootees, Shoes a* d Slippers, which he will sell wholesale and retail veut cheap. Call and see.__ apr 10_ Opposition for WuaAringtim & BALTIMORE. Beltzhoover Si, Co’s Blue Line of Safety Coaches leaves their Coach i.lfice, Koyal street, between K-ng streetand Newton’s City Hole', ever) morning at half past 8 o’clock, di* rect for Washington and Baltimore, calling by Har rington’s and Morris’s Taverns for passengers Pas sengers can enter their names and secure their seats at either of the above places. Passengers wishing to go to Baltimore at any other hour, will be aent to Wa»h ington without any extra charge. These Coaclres, Horses and Drivers* are surpassed by nonet and no ra cing allowed. Passengers called for and put dow’n where requested. Every exertion to please. Fire to Washington * • #0 '25 “ to Bsltiinore • • 3-5 G M. BRUCE, Agent. P R. A stage leave* the Office adjoining Ua.laby’s, Washington, every afternoon at 4 o’clock for Alexan dria_»Pr 1Q~tf r\\ot \Ane i f DIRECT FOR BALTIMORE. The Public are respectfully armed that the above Line will ve the City Hotel, Alexandria, Baltimore, at half past 7 o’ clo k. V »! ; .«nd leave Washington-fur Alexandria at half pus* 4 o’clock, P M \ Mug" wi'l also leave Washington fer Alexandria ut half p»st 8 o’clock every morning, and returning, leave Alexandria at half past 4 P. M Bv this arrange n>ent, passengers cun remain in Washington all night, or leave there in the Mail Stage the same night lor Bal timore. _ ... Passengers taking their seals in Alexandria, have the preference in leaving Washington Fare to Baltimore, $J 25—to l' ashing'on, 25 cents. CH .A NEW ION, *r»r 4. -if Agent fnr Stockton h Stokes. . 1 s rx 1A • 1 T a a_ oiienanuoan rrcc dhu^u Extra t lass JSo 1 for 1833, » To be drawn in Winchester, (Va ) on Monday, April 15, 1833. HIGHEST PRIZE 15,000 DOLLARS! scheme: 1 prize of 15,09u Dollars is $15,000 1 do of 8,00» 4lo is 8.O1O 1 do of 5 000 (lo ia 5,000 1 do of 3 000 do is 3,000 2 do of 2,000 do is 4.000 18 do of 1,000 do is 18.000 20 do of 500 do is 10 000 20 do of 300 do is 6,000 50 do of 200 do is 10.000 60 do of ISO do ia 9.000 150 do of 100 do is 15,000 200 do of 50 do is 10. COO 280 do of 25 do is 7,000 804 Prizes—40,000 Tickets $120 000 Tickets $4 00; halves 2 00; quarters 1 00. Mode of Drawing: The 40,000 tickets a;-e numoereJ from 1 to 40,000 inclusive on the day of drawing the whole of the numbers will be put into one wheel, and all the prizes into another; the numbers wdl be drawn alternately, first the number and then the prize, until all the prizes are drawn. Prix/*» pavable in cash sixty days after the drawing, subject to the usual deduction of 15 per ^Tickets, share* and packages, to be' had in the great C„,.™„,..DAV1D s J()NES,S 0Fpict * Darn so 1 burg, Va Orders for tickets, shares and packages, in this Lot tery, enclosing the cash, will receive the moat prompt attention, if addressed as above, Agents ordering tickets in the above scheme will be considered a posi tive sale, and charged accordingly at scheme price. DAVID S. JONES, Manager. February 25,1833. IC7* Notice to Agent* vending Ticket* in the Shenandoah Bridge Lottery —I have appointed Gao G. Glasc- ck, of Warrenton, Fauquier County, Va. Distributing Agent for the following Counties: Orange, Culpeper, Madison, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Prince ; William, Fait lax, Loudoun, Fauquier, and the District if Columbia. Agents residing (or responsible persons wishing to lecome such) in the above Counties, will please send heir orders to GEO. G. GLASCOCK, where they r li be promptly attended to. * x February 25,1833. David S. Jodis, Manager, mar 4-tl5thApr The Rt. Rev. Bishop Mearb will preach, April 12th, at Fredericksburgt 14th, at Lamb’s Crack Church, King George; 15th, at 8t. Paul a Church, King George; 17th, Hanover Parish. King George; 18th, Mattox Bridge; 19th, Yeocomico Church; 20th and 21st, Richmond Court House. Till the 29th, in Northumberland and Lancaster-Count tea. 29tb, House of Worship, below Richmond Court House; May lat and 2<1, at Tappaliannock, Kasex County; 3d, 4th and 5th, at Vawter's Church; 6ttt ahd 7th, a» Port Royal; 8th and 9th, at the Bowling ‘.reen-_„ We are authorised to announce Charles P. Henna as a Candidate for the suffrages of bia fel low-citizens, at the ensuing Congressional Kleotion, for tlie District composed ol the counties of Loudoun, Fauquier, and Fairfax. pC7* We are requested to announce Doctor Richard C Masoh ss a candidate for Congress from the District composed of the Counties of Loudoun, Fauquier and Fairfax. |C7» VVe are requested to announce Captain Gzoaoz CaicBzsTsa a« a candidate to represent the County of Fairfax in the next General Aarambly |C7* VVe are requested to announce Spekce* Mottrox Ball ssa candidate to represent the County of Fairfax in the next General Assembly of Virginia. |C7* We arerequeated to announce WiiLMs* 8. Dahibl as a candidate for a seat in the next Legis lature of Virginia, from the County of Fairfax. IC7® Geo. T. Brown respectfully of fers himself to the Voters of Prince George’s County, Msryland, as a candidate for the next Sheriffalty. 8ALESATAUCT10N. BY GEORGE WHITE_'JHIS DAY. PubH© 8a\© Or SADDLERY, HARNESS, TRUNKS, itc. rg>H ^ subscribers, being determined to close their K concerns, will on Priday, the 12th instant, sell at public auction, at their Store on King, between Wash in* and St. Aaanh streets, their ENTIRE STOCK IN TRADE; consisting of best quality saddles; one act of cariole harness; best gear; bridles; best and common leather and hair trunks; one set of beat quality plated coach mounting; best and common stirrup irons and bridle bits; spurs; buckles; trunk locks: and a variety of other articles in their line. Abo, ill the Shop Furniture; Show cases; 1 ten plate Stove, be. be Terms of Sale; All sums of and under $10, csshj over $20, and not exceeding $50, sixty days; over $60, 4 month*' credit, for approved endorsed notes. 0 J*Salc to commence st 10 o'clock. ,HORATIO DAY, spr 6 ANDREW SULLIVAN. BY GEORGE WHITE. Yarifct} Auction. THIS EVENING, at White's Auction Store, con sisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, and Fancy Arti' cles, in great variety. Abo, Mantel and Pier Glasses* Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, be. be apr 12 GEO. WHITE. BY GEORGE WHITE. PeTcmptur’jj dale. ISiVMORRO t AFTERNOON, at 3J o'clock, will . be sold, in front of the Store of Messrs. George Johnson b Co , to clo-e sales, 22 Quarter Casks Marseilles Madeira WINE. apr 1*2 GKO WHITE, Auct. BY WILLIAM D. NUTT A Handsome Country Residence AT AUCTION BY virtue of a Deed of Trust from C. Chapin and wife, for ct-rtain purposes therein contained, duly recorded in the County Court of Fairfax, will be sold at public suction, in front of the Reading Room on Fairfax street, on Monday, 29th instant, at 12 o’clock Ml (if not previously disposed of by private sale.) about sixty-four acres of land, well enclosed, with a comfortable two-story Brick . . DWELLING HOUSE, and other Improve* mTiil ments thereon, about 2J miles from Alexandria* |*iBB! inri near the Little River Turnpike Jloid, It is a very desirable Summer retreat, having an abundance of remarkably good water, dj1 Terms st sale. J iSEPH MANDKVII.LB, ?T . AARON D. HARMON, 5 spr I— ts WH. D NUTT, Auctioneer. \AU\fc IVVvet I vunyuke 13 o NO TICK i# hereby given, That a dividend of Two Dollars on each Share of the Capital Stock ofthia Company is declared, and payable to the stockli Idera 01 then legal representatives on or after the 5th iiist. JONAII THOMPSON, apr 3—eo4w_Treasurer L- R T. Co._ To Kent, A three-story Brick DWELLING HOUSE on Water, south oi Queen street, nnw in the occupancy of Mr. Robert Con way Possession to be given 6th April. Jiho, The WHARF and WAREHOUSE formerly called “ TucVersj” and the WAREHOUSES on corner of King add Cameron street*, lately occupied by J. A J. Douglas. Immediate possession given to the two lat ter. ISAAC ROBBINS, Agent, mar 29—d3ttyeo2w _____ OtpYuin eluvium. i MATRON wanted, to take charge of the Institu ;V tion the first of Mty. She must be a woman of approved standing, both for piety and intelligence, and capable of teaching the children in all those branch es which, by the Board, shall be deemed either requi site or proper. She must be faithful, kind, and tender in the care which she exercises over tbem» and, both both by precept and example, encourage habits of in dustry, a sacred regard to truth and to the perform ance of every anoral duty, and a love to the great prin ciples of the Christian Religion. Application to be made to either of the Directresses. ANN CLAGBTT, mar 26—eo C A TH BRINE P. JAMIESON. Foy 1YHE subscriber has been directed, by the heirs of . the late William Writ, deceased, to offer for sale the following LOTS, in the old part of the Town of Alexandria, designated in the platt as Noa 6, It, 12, 18 and 25. containing one half acre each, and situated as follows: No fi, on the east side of Fairfax street, between Oronoke and Pendleton Nos, II, 12 and 18, three fourthaof the square be tween Fairfax, Royal, Prince#* and Oronoke streets, now occupied bv Edward McLaughlin No 25, on the west side of Royal and aoutb side of Princess street. The whole or snv part of the above property will be sold on reasonable tenps, (and if desired, on the pay ment of one fourth of the purchase, a credit of 1, 2 and 3 year* may be had, with interest, on the balance ) A perfect title in fee will be given, which ia from the Trustees of the Town in 1763. Any information respecting said property will be gi ven by the subscriber. W. YEATON, apr 1—eo2wAgent JOB PRINTING Expedition*!? executed at the Gazette Ofirt?