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__ __ __r_-^^_ _ --:-== .... 8-ftF.. •■ammt. irojiwina» mi as* am_ctw aja-aaaa aa-m 3972. . PUBLISHED BY EDGAR SNOWDEN. Daily Paper 88 per annum. Country paper 85. Yox Boaton. rfi The new schooner BALTIMORE, Morton, master, having halfofher cargo engaged, will sail die last of the week- For the freight of 400 bar rels of Flour, which will be taken at ?0 cents per bar- I rel. apply to Captain Morton, on board, or to j jy ii . A. C- CAZKNOVK A Co- , For Fw\^t. The Brig PUL tSKf, I no B Hawks, mss 1 Jyy^ter, carries about ?00u barrels, and will be in < readiuessfor a cargo in a few days. Apply to < June 28 W. FO WLE & Co; | Fox 1 The schooner BENJAMIN D. JACKSON, new vessel, burthen 67 12 95 tons, and will carry 4-«0 barrels; built in Dorchester County, Mary i land, of the be-t seasoned white oak, and is complete ly fitted with chain cables, anchors, Ac ; draws 7 teet water For terms apply to the captain on board, at Davis’wharf, or to jy 3_STEPHEN SHINN. Tbe Steamboat IVjfcnet. CJIPTJUS GUY. will leave JanneyS wharf, Alexandria, At half past 7 o’clock \. M. | At 10 o’clock A. M. At - 2 o’clock P. M. i and* 1 At half past 4o’clockP. M. | r Returning* < Leave Washington at half past 8 o'clock A- M. At half past 11 o’clock A- M. At - 3 o'clock P. M-; snd | At half past 5 o’clock P M Alexandria, june 8-If__ 1'he Steamer COLOMB Ji Captain Janus Mitchell, will, until the tirat of September 1 next, leave Baltimore for th bistr^-t of Columbia even Wednesday at 4 o’clock t M l 2KH1I returning, will Ifivc W uOiin^ioo i»t 6 *nd Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. on Suiul.y for Bdti more. ___n,HV * •VbUvie. Steamboat POTOMAC, Joseph Nevitt, master, be ing to complete order, will, on Kridav'thVT7.U instant, resume running to Nor j folk and Richmond leaving the City of W ashington at 3, and Oexandria at ♦ o’clock. P M. Returning, leave Richmond on Tuevlay morning, and Norfolk on Wediiesdav morning, at 9 o’clock Fare to Norfolk, including meal#, * t7 Do to Richmond, do • 9 » may 15 N A I H. W A I I I.KS, Agent. ^ DRUMS FIGS, just received and for sale low M) by GKO WHITE. j \ \t\\e lUA’tt T\iTr\MVeSti!ck i SIX and a half Shares, for sale hy 1 jv 11 J- CORSE. Boker i sspenw OvV 6 Cask# Summer Strained Sptrm Oil, just received »:il for sale by \\M. O- NU11. »iho% 1 pipe Imitation Bran-ly, iust received 1 In Store— I’cnx Cogmc Brandy, in-pipes and half i pipes. Also. Holland Gut (old); 30 cases, 2 doser, ( Madeira Wine* Apply as above._j)' 9 , Coffee Bacons &c. CV1 B»r» Rio' St Gomingo, and Java Coffee *<wU 2,000 pounds town cured Bacon 77 coils Russia and Manilla Cordage 6 barrels Kp-om Salt# | tied Cords. Leading l ine#, Coil Rope. LFad and Log , Lines, English and American Sewing I wiue, men. Horn. Oakum. Oar*. Ships* Scrapers. Sail Needles, Pump T»cks, Nails, Paint *»d *-wmp Oil, common Oil. YV liite and UUck Lead, Verdigria. Crome Yellow. Red Ochre, Umpblack, Spirits of Turpentine^ Litharge, |>«int Brushes. 6»c ; with a general assortment of Gro ceries, for sale by jy 6 LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN^ L\\\tYTU\fc VlllllVi VNKYV article for cleaning the teeth and sweeten ing the mouth, just received aud for sale oy 7th mo 4 V* 11.1.1 Y Vt STABLER. Corn. 4 j'l W\ Rushel* prime Mealing Corn, for sale in 1 fit R I lots to suit purchasers, by j v •> S. M AS H JkSSlV " AY hit© Lend. 4 I krt Kega Pure W1,ite *-f »'*• KnhrrU’ wperior I 1 R I brands, just received and tor Rale bv lv -2 * M faT * H JANNEY U\Q i- VlffY©. 20 K'° •Maryland Tobacco* SMALL Crops of VIary land Tobacco purchased by i> 2 S MB3SERSVI1TH. "s\c\\^ Lemons. FA Boxes Sicily lemons, for sale by Oil jy 2 A. C. CAZKNOVB & Co YbttatoYfhY* &ebn«& Sugar. 15 30WI. 1l ump Su?" Ujdiuga cazenqvr a c. . Sugar, Pork, &©. 5I11ID3. Porto Uico Sugar s 15 bbU mesa and prime Pork 2 half pipe* Sicily Madeira Wine 6 quarter casks low priced do Received and for sale by j, j LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN Coffee, Sugar, and to. 50.000SsSSSm.*- ‘ 40 hhds New England Rum For sale by W. FOWLE fit Co. } ___ _■ ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. THE SWORDFISH. From the Nantucket Enquirer. It it not commonly known by dwellers in me ropolitan cities and other remote regions, that he swordfish, the natural enemy of the whale, s often taken in this vicinity, and that its flesh s held in auch great estimation by piscivorous •picures, it always commands!high price ttrour ish market. To those who delight in devouring he inhabitants of the deep, a slice of this forroi table sea warrior affords a meal of great delica •y. In shape, the swordfish is nearly cylindrical, landsomely tapering From the head downwards, md terminating in a wide scolloped tail, in which, as in Samson’s hair, lies its chief strength. It has a black and shining skin, without scales, limilar to that of the spermaceti whale. They ire commonly from 10 to 15 feet in length, .weighing from 200 to 500 lbs. The sword, as it s called, or bone, projecting horizontally from the head, is the principal instrument which it em ploys, either as a weapon of attack, or as a means jf procuring food. This ** sword’’ is extreme y hard, with a rough, grating surface, some 4 or } feet long, 5 or 6 inches in thickness wide, two >dged.and through the centre two inches in thick iess. This weapon seems to answer the pur pose of the swordfish, as cleverly as the trunk •f an elephant subseraaa the convenience of that is^atious animal. Instances are quite common of whales being ound wounded on the under side—doubtless bv liis instrument; and whale ships have frequent* y been attacked in like manner. We have seen i plank taken from the bottom of a whaler, j hrough which the sword of one of these ti"*h hsd . . . _„ r....< ,i.„ <i.a .el. and twice that length outside. Unable .to vithdraw it, the weapon of course became for eit, and the head of the adventurous assailant oust have experienced much pain in parting with t; for it was found broken off near its junction vith the skull. So tightly did it remain in the *ood, that no perceptible leak nccuired in con lequence, though tjic ship must have had still a onsiderable portion of her voyage to av( omplish. From this fact, an idea mav be formetlftf the tre nendmis force exerted by the Swordfish, bv ne(ii*of tits peculiarly formed tail, when accenti ng in a perpendicular direction through the wa er Of the habi • >f this Asti, very little has hitber’o »een known. An cxpei ieitceii fisherman has late v stated to us some facts in the premises, with vhich we were much interested. i hey live up m mackerel, nr any smaller fish which swim in thuaU—obtaining their prey in a most singular nanner. Comment i»g their pursuit in a round ibout stvle, like some cunning logicians, they ake a wid** circuit, gradually lessening the pe iphery of their circumnavigation, and increasing heir speed, until the numerous objects of'their ippetite are huddled into a close mass—when the lursurer bolts for the centre, sinking a moment, hen coming up swiftly, sword first, and com non I v transfixing three or four victims. Some ipeiies ol whales, we believe, are in the habit of turroutiding their prey ill the same manner.— After the Swordfish has secured one or more of :he smaller frv, in the mode above reiat.d, he nav be seen with his head partly above water, eisurely thrashing his pir/e about, as it were in )lav, until me Victim IS luril III pieces, wiirn anu j lot before, he sets about devouring it secundum idem. Iff almost every other respect this fish ippeurs to evince but very little sagacity. It oust indeed be a stupid exploit to stick one’s torn through a ship’s bottom, without the power »f extraction—and the sluggish indifference with a hit'll tuev regard the harpoons and lances em iloyed against iheir own lives—often coming a9 t wcie voluntarily to receive, a second or third wound, instead of going off at full -speed to the m«ls ol the earth, argues no sort of discretion. When these tish are brought to market, they ir** cut into transverse slices, ol the ordinary hickness of a beefsteak—and cooked after any ,f the divers fashioni applicable to any other ish There is less bone in the body of the iwotdtish than in the halibut—the back bone, or ather centre bone running through without lranclie* or ribs, from stern to stem, like the wick-of a candle- Their eves much larger than hose of the largest whales. We have seen hem, when shipped of the external coat, big enough to fill a tea cup W hen fi'st taken rom the head, they may be made to answer the purpose of a powerful burning glass. With a i word fish’s eye we once set fire to a cigar in elPthan half'the time usually required to per orm that operation by means of a common glass ens. One of these gigantic warriors of the deep vas captured on Saturday last, on the Sooth ihore of our island, in a manner somewhat re narkable. He had probably given chase to lOrae straggling bluefish or scuppaug (pauggv, is the New' Yorkers call them) which instinc ivelvW towards shoal water, where the pur uer*ot aground, when the surf rolled him fur her up the strand, subjecting bis head and fins o exposure in another element. In this situstion he was discovered by two fe* nates in a calash from Siasconset. It_ certainly equired some nerve to attack a monster of his limeosions, grovellingand floundering just with n his native brine: and the elder of the two felt ather disinclined to engage in such sport. But he younger went manfully to the scratch, and ier companion followed. They took him by the horn, and by the dorsal—but he wouldn’t stay taken, in that ignoble style. At length, after tugging and struggling for hall an hour—the tumbling billows the only witnes ses to see fair play, and clear the ring—all par ties being alternately half in and half out of wa ter_the amphibious combat terminated in favor or the assailants. Swordfish had unluckily got canted sidewise, juvt as one of his antagonists was advising an abandonment of the battle ground; but the younger of the fair amazons, vowed she’d cut his throat first—and seizing this auspicious moment, she plunged inlo his gullet the deadly weapon—her scissors! It was all she could do for the glory of the conquered! So leaving him with an awful gash in his throrax, writhing upon the beach, the victors trudged hall a mile to the nearewLiarm house, where they procured more effective implements, and return ing, finished their work, by decapitating the pros trate sea dragoon, chopping him into portable sections, and sending about half “ the spoils”— upwards of two hundred weight—to market. Funeral of the Late Mr. Kean —The funeral of this distinguished tragedian was celebrated at Richmond witn great pomp and solemnity by the principal dramatist* and actor* in London, and the several theatrical companies collectively. The bearers were, McCready, Braham, W. Warren, Harley, Cooper, - and Dunn. Mr. Charles Kean wa# child mourner, supported by Alexander Lee and Sheridan KiiowIpb, Tht procession was very great. At the church, af ter the lesson, a requiem, consisting of the two psalms to Purcell’s Chant in Gminor, uassung. Handel’s anthem, “ When the ear heard him,’1 and the chotus, " He delivered the poor that tried,” were then • mg, and the body, followed bv the principal mourners, was conveyed to the • . , . . . _ _.1 UM1)U« wurif ia*l lltcs WVIC mnrminMu. vu the retwrn'of tne mourners to ihe hotly of the church, Kaitlel’s beautilul composition, “His body is buried in peace, but his name shall live for evermore,” was sung, and the congregation, who seemed deeply affected at the scene which «losed the earthly career of this great actor, whose talents have >ecuied bio, “ some rights of memo ry in the kingdom,” then separated. Hanging for a livelihood —A fellow is goinji about the village*, near ^London who contrives k make a very profitable and easy livelihood by hanging himself. His method is, first, to selecl some tree by the road side, near the foot of which he strews a few pieces of paper which appear tc be fragments of a letter addressed to his wife — He next suspends himself with a rotten cord, which, breaking, leaves him prostrate beneath it] in his situation he remains till some passenger notices his apparently awful condition. He then counterfeits returning animation sr naturally that the sympathy of a stranger Is awa kened; to whose inquiries he replies with a tale of distress, tells a long storry of his wife ami children, and savs he is a reduced clerk on hit wav home. At Acton, & rlevep'ion of this de scription was practised lately: the impostor suc ceeded in gelling himself conveyed free to Bir mingham, with se- eo or eight pounds in Iris pock et, subscribed by the humane gentry of the neighborhood. OrmosiUuix fur W*k»\nng\tm X BALTIMORE. The public are respectfully •nVormed thu Beltzh'»over Si. Co’i Plienix I ine of Splendid B uc lafeiy Coaches will, in future", leuve 'lexaudria for Washington und Baltimore ut hall past 7 o’clock A M. Passengers going in this line tc B«timore,* are assured there will be no detention ir Washington. Peisons wishing to go in the 2 o'clock or 10 o'clock P. M Stage from Washington t > Baltimore, can secur' their seats at eitlnrofthe opposition Stage Offices and be sent to Washington wit boot any extra charge Their Coaches. Horses and Drivers, are surpassed by none. No racing allowed. Passengera will be cal led for and left wherever rt quired, and every exertion made to please the puhl.c. For seat a please be particular to apply at the Oppo position Stage Office, next door to C Brest’s Barber Shop, on Royal stieet, between King and Cameron street; amt at R II. Harrington’s Steam Boat Hotel, and at .1- Morris’ Franklin House Hotel. Fare to Washington • • 10 25 ** to Baltimore • • 3 25 G M. BRUCE, Agent. Alexandria, June 8. 18.5.1 P S. the Stage leaves the Opposition Stage Office, adjoining tiadsoy’s Hotel, Washington, every evening at 4 o’clock for Alexandria- _j»»e 8 House to Rent. The twostorj brick DWELLING L.HOUSE on Royal rreet, opposite to Mr .McGuire’*, in conple'e repair, will be ■\ |Ua«edat a moderate rent to a carefu', permanen tenant. Possession given immediately In quire at the warehouse of jy 3 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR \Sf Co \Mxx\fc ax\& UrnR Hat« for SUMMER -LA TEST Fa SH10XS. THOMAS L. MARTIN, At his old stand, on K -g. three doors ^ above Fairfax street, has on baud an ex tensive assortment of A IVHITE, DRAB AM) BLACE v 1 If ATS °J Me Ifitest.fashiOn, and all the VanelK. of shapes and qualities that are worn, manufactured und-. r hia own immediate inspec tion by the most experienced workmen, and w ill be found to be got up iu a style not surpassed any a here. Hit prices are feasonablet and t good article rosy be expected by purchasers . He would particularly invite attention to bis rLAJL\ RUSSIA HATS. ■ They are not surpassed, if equalled, ia any maract. TtuaUe’i .Vuticei THE undersigned having be- n appointed Trustee oi Orlando «. Worse *nd Ozen Josselyn, insolvent debtors, hereby gives notice to ell persons nnving claims against said insolvents to present them as soon •IS practicable, and those indebted to them to make immediate payment to him; as it ia necessary to close business st an early moment, he will be under the necessity of putting'a'l claims in officers hands for collection that are not p nd within a reasonable time. 6_W l> MHT. Dibltlct 11 YjuYuunA’i* County oj Alexandria, Set. May Term, 1833. James Harris. Jr and Lucy his wife; KoberO Brocket' and Betsey his wife; and Maria Long den, Complainants, Ui aoaixst ^ Nancy Craig, Henry Craig, son of Lucy Craig, deceased; George Craig and Edmund Craig; ^ Harriet MeCre.dy and John McCready her « husband} Henry Craig, son of George Craig; 55 Washington Craig, Thomas Craig, Charley o Craig and Edwin Craig; Caroline Kose and ^ her hu b iml Samui-I Kosi; John Harrison Craig, John Craig, George U. Longden, John A Longden and Alfred Norris, Defendants, J fiiHK Defendants, Harriet McCready, John McCrea 1 dy, Henry Craig, (son of George) Washington Craig, Charles Craig, Edwin Craig, John Craig, G urge C Longden, John A • ongden, and Allred Norris, not having entere*' their appearance to this suit, and given , security according to thr statute and the rules of the | Cour ; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that they are not inhabitants of the District of Colum I bis; on th<- complainant's motion by theircounsel, it is ORDERED, 1 hat the said absent Defendants, liar net McCready, John MrCrcady. Henry < ra.g, (son of j George) Washington Craig.- Charles Craig, Edwin , Craig, John Craig. George C- Longden, John A- Long I den, and Alfred Norris, do appear here, on or before | 1 the first day of next October Term, and answer the. 1 Complainant's bill, and give security for performing ! the decrees of the Court; and that a copy of this Or- J uet^e lormwun pnousucu iwi iw« -- ' ly in the Alexandria Phenix G.zette, Mid another co* ! py posted at the front door ol the Court house of said Cmmty. lest: EUM. 1, LKh, C. t. ; jy 10—2m ___ A IjutA. DOCTOR W. T. DYKK, having removed from Virginia to Alexandria, respectfully offers his pro fr-sional services to the public. Having practised ex tensively in the country for eight yeara, he feels pre pared to discharge the duties of bis profession in all its branches. Office and residence on the north-east corner ot King and Columbus streets, june 25 __ •VtNS Te .»i cmgtira, v»i.ic», FRUITS. &c. &c. Landing from New York, and for sale by the subscribers: ! Chests, half chests, and boxes Gunpowder, i imp- rial, Hyson. Young Hyson and Pouchong TEAS, fine qualities 20 beautiful lacqueredcadJies ? Gunpowder 2 cases 2 lb leads 5 lea 70 hogsheads New Orleans, Porto Rico and St. Croix SUGARS 50 bags white Ur zildo 10 quarter casks Port "A 20 Indian barrels Uousillon 40 quartet casks l.ry Malaga ^.ff'jyES 5 half pipes Catalonia 40 cases Claret 10 .lo Muscat J 4 halfpipes SeigneCe's Cognac Brandy, enti tled t? d bent tire 10 barrels llonev 50 box« s new Cheese 1 case Vermict Hi 100 bales Cassia 10 bales Almonds 4 Madeira Nuts 8J drums Prunes 150 do Figs 25 do Dates SO boxes Hunch Rsisins 20 buses French Fruits in vinegar 40 do Capers and Olives 50 do Sicily Lemons, in good order • 2 pipes fresh Lnnon Juice prepared in Sicily, * new article 125 Demijohns, one, two, and five gallons 5 casks Brown Stout 90 doxen English Mustard N B These Goods, being imported under reduced sn l abolished duties and purchased chi- fly lor money, can be sold at low prict a. junelO SAMUEL B. LARMOUR A Co. W.maMTiittV for Salt or Wont - The subscriber offers for sale or rei<t his HOUSE Sr HALF ACHE LOT, atthemtersectionof Washing'orand rono ko-strecta.in which he now reside* nov I la»tf _EDMUND 1 I.KE. liruunA Waster, For sale by the Ton, Barrel, or Bushel. ri^HE subscriber has on hand., and intends keeping M. during the season, Ground Flatter, which will be sold at as u»w prices as it can be procured st in the IJis lrict. JHNA JANNEY. ” T (Titan t, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION The commodious three story Brick .DWELLING, with extensive back build lings, surpassed by none in Alexandria, B^^x^mkrecenilt occupied hv ‘tamu*! II Larmour commodious HOUSE At the Vil lage, with an excellent fruit and vegetable Garden of two acres, formerly owned by George Taylor. Esq Apply to SAMUEL B- LARMOUR, at the Ware house of Samuel B- Lsrrouur A Co. Wanted* An elderly, unincumbered Female, of moral charac ter, to take permanent charge of a small family. To such proper compensation will be given None need apply who doubt their capacity for filling the place satisfactorily to a person who ha# been accustomed to order, harmony, and economy, in his bouse. jy 1 F OT RfcUts tfssstt The two Story BRICK UOUSt oa Boy*1 jUiisl street, nearly opposite Mr Green’s Cabinet ware Dou»e —a comfortable residence for a small f»oiily. Pos SALES A T A u u r I V n • DUtfict t»f CoUutfmu County of Mtxmdrxa, Set. Mat Term, 1833. George Jacobs and Sarah liia wifeC; August ne 0 Williams and Ann L his wife, Complainsnts, William A. Ch*dt, John P. La- CEtAycERY truite and Plizabeth Ann hit witVj Samuel A. Childs, John Wren It Marv T. hit wle; John Weslev Childs, and Benjamin A. Childs, Defendants, . THK bill in this cause having been regularly taken fur confessed against the resident defendants! <nd it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that due fiublicatim ha* been made againatthe non resident de i-ndants; the bill is taken for confessed against them also, end set down for bearing! and the cause coming on to be heard, it it Onnsazo a-jopoid as» ntcaasn, that the Marshal of the District of Columbia do sell the tract of land, conta ningone hundred and fifteen acres, be the tame more or less, mentioned in the bill of the complainsnts, of which John Childs died seised, lying in the County of Alexandria, District of Columbia, to the highest bidder, on the premises, after advertising the same six weeks in some newspaper printed in the District of Columbia, upon the following ferms: One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the ba lance thereof to be paid in two equal instalment* at six and twelve months, secured by bonds and a deed of trust on the premises. Ano further, That the Marshal do convey the pre. mises to tiic purchaser or purchaser*! and, after de* ducting for his own commission allowed by law, and other expenses of the sale and the costs of this suit, to be paid to the persons respectively entithd thereto, 41vtuti a.. 4../*li t\f flam /* > \ rv> nluinonfu mtw4 *1 t.fa. n«l. I- / —- ' - "•«-.-— -. tuts, children of John Cnildt aforesaid, or in right of their wives, one-eighth part of the balance of the pur chase moneys an** that lie do report bit proceeding* under this Decree to the Court. A o py—Teat: EDM. I. LKE, C. C. |C7» In obedience to the above Decree, I shall proceed to sell, on Fi id ay, the 16ih day of August next, at 12 o'clock, ontlir pr. raises, 115 ACRES OF LAND, lying in tiie County of Alexandria, District of Columbia, with til the improvements 4aJ^»ther. on, consisting of a comfortable DM EL* LING lloUSK and other out-House*. The Land is now in cultivation, hat t sufficiency of Wood and l im ber. and has some excellent Meadow l-and It is situ* sled between Hugh Minor's land, or adjoining the land of Colonel Opie, end is the residence of the late Rev. John Childs. The terms of sale are One third - f the purchase money to be paid in Cash on the day of sales the other in two iustalinents, in six and twelve months Notea to be given, and a deed of trust on the land for the security of the balance of the money. C SCOTT, D. M. jy 4—dlw&eotl6Aug For H. Ashton, Marshal. Pub ic &a\e* py In obedience to a decree of the Honors* hie the Circuit Court for the County of Alexandria, District of Columbia, sitting in Chancery at May Term, 1883, in favor of Lincoln Chamberlain, surviving part ner of Lincoln u I uthrr Cliam -erlsin, Complainants, again-t George McCleish, administrator of. Archibald McCleish, dt c'd, and others, Defendants,— I shall pro ceed t<» sell, for Cash, at the front dnor of the Council Chamber, on Saturday, the 3d day of August nest, at 12 o'clock, all the right, title and interest, of Archi* bald McCleish, Jun., dec’d, to the undivided proper ty, as follows. One LOT of LAND, beginning on Union street 80 feet to the southward of Duke street, and running thence, southwardly with Union street, 24 il.An«a «»• tit us-.ps I lb f»*El I inr.li; th^nfF north* ■wardIv, and parallel with Union a'reet, 24 fret; thence w at ward ly to the'beginning 56 feet- Al<o( Two other LOTS of LAND, one situated on the east side of Pitt street and south side of Cheiry street, marked No. I3j the other on the east aide of Pitt street and north aide of Locust street, marked No 22< containing half an acre each - Also, One other LOT of GROUND, beginning on Union street at the cei.tre of the *qtmre formed by 'he line of John Lloyd< thence wratwardly with his line, and parallel to Prince street, I5U feetj 'hence souih- " wardly 22 feet 3 inches, thence east 150 feet to Union streetj thence north on Union street 22 f. el to the be ginning- C SCOTT, Commissioner, jy 4—dlw8teot3Attg ~ Vub\ic Aft\e. In observance to a Decree of the Honorable the Circuit Court for the County of Alexandria, Dis trict of Columbia, sitting in I hsneery, at May term. 18J3, in favor of Philip Craodell, Comp ain»nt, sg tins: Sarah l.e«;dsburg, late Sarah Crandeti, ard others, De f« ndants, I shall proceed to sell, on Sstuiday, the 3d day of August next, at the front door of the Council Chamber, at 11 o'clock, for cash all the r«al Estate in the Complainant's bill mention* d, One Two Story BHHJK JfUU^E and LOT nT!s) ->f OHOU 'kDl with all the Improvements there -n, aituateii in the Vdlage called W eat End, on toe outli side of the road leading from the Stone Bridge to Samuel Catt's Tavern, about 300 yards fiom the District l ine. * Iso wft One BR/CK STABLE, sittisted on Wales' JkSbLAlley, v* est ol Union Street, between King and Prince Streeta The purchaser or put chasers failing to comply with the terma of sale, the property will be resold on 'he Tenth day thereafter, and the first purchaser h« Id i-a ble for any deficiency that may arise from the second M|P, » C. SCOTT, Commissioner. jy 4-dlwfceot3Aug ^ ^ A Card. Mrs. ANDERSON, Iste of Washington, will give instruct ions to Young Ladies on the PianoTort*, at her residence near the corner of King and Fairfax streets. Her terms trill be reasonable, and madr known on application. - . . A few Y ung Ladies can be accommodated will. Board. _Jr |-d>m VAine,—ltuam.—Tar—i*iVcVi— TURPENTINE, WITH a srmrietv *>f other articles, for sale cheap, if called for immediately.