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^WfiXASPKlA GAZETTE. PUBLISHED' AMD EDITED BY EDGAR SNOWDEN, Fairfax Street, (opposite the Post Office.) TERMS —Daily paper eight dollars per annum, pay* able half yearly. Country paper five dollars per annum. Advertisements inserted at the rate of one dollar for the first three insertions, and twenty five cents for every subsequent insertion. Treaty with Naples.—The Salem Commer cial Advertiser contains a copy of the Treaty be tween this country and the Neapolitan govern ment which is entitled “A c«w»vention between the Government of the United States of Ameri* ca, and his Majesty the King of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, to terminate the reclamations of said Government for the depredations inflic ted upon American commerce by Murat, during the years 1809, 1810, 1811, and 1812.” Exclusive of the preamble, the entire treaty is comprised, with commendable brevity, In the following articles. Article I. His Majesty the King of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, with a view to j satisfy the aforesaid reclamations for the depre dations, sequestrations, confiscations, and .des truction of the vessels and cargoes of the mer chants of the United States, (and every expense of every kind whatsoever, incident to, or grow ingout of the same) inflicted by Murat dur ing the years 1809, 1810, 1811, and 1812, obliges himself to pav the sum of two millions oue"'hundred and fifteen thousand Neapolitan ducats to the Government of the United States; seven thousand six hundred and seventy-nine ducats, part thereof, tube applied to reimburse the said Government for the expense incurred by it in the transportation of American seamen from the Kingdom of Naples during the year 1SI0, and the residue to be distributed amongst the claimants bv the said uoverumeni or me United States in such manner, and according to such rules, as it may prescribe. Article II. The sum of two millions one hundred and fifteen thousand Neapolitan durats, agreed on in Article the first, shall be paid in Naples, in nine equal instalments of two hun dred and thirty-five thousand ducats, and with interest thereon at the rate of four per eentum per annum, to be calculated from the date of the interchange of the ratifications of this conven tion, until the whole sum shall be paid. The first instalment shall be payable twelve months after the exchange of the said ratifications, and the remaining instalments, with the interest successively, one year after another. The said payments shall be made in Naples into the hands of’such person as shall be duly authorised by the Government of the United States to receive the same. Executive Axes.—An elegant hickory box, containing one dozen axes, from the foundry of Alexander Harrison, New-Haven, was shown to us yesterday. They were made by a duz.e» dif ferent workmen, on the occasion of the Presi dent's recent visit to the Academic groves of that city, and presented to him as specimens of an iron age. We thiuk they are samples of excel lent workmanship: and now that the President bv virtu- of a certificate from Doctor Quincy ol Harvard, has become one of the Literati, fie will probubly use them in “ chopping logic.'* if. ¥. Com. Locutts—Nullification —We are informed by a gentleman just arrived from Arkansas, that about the middle of May the locusts appeared in that country in immense numbers. They evi dently came up from the earth in the form of a Kino UK gruof enciuscu m a »uv««e would attach itself, at evening, to the bark of a tree, and in the morning the locust would be fouud perched on this shell, having burst through its case during the night. At this time, its wings were imperfectly developed, but after two or three hour*, when they had obtained their full size, the locust flew away, leaving the ahell at tached to the tree. The number of the animals was so prodigious, that their noise in the woods was incessant and almost deafening. Ao extra ordinary circumstance was, that every one of these myriads had an N distinctly marked on each wing. The people of the country interpre ted this to mean nullification. Alter making a great noise, for six weeks, the locusts have entire ly disappeared and buried themselves in the earth, _not to appear again fora long period. Such we hope is the case with the cause which the wri ting on the wing is imagined by the good people ol Arkansas to typify, with the exception that it will never make its appearance again. Balt. Amer. Loss of a Steam Boat.—The steam boat Bonnets of Blue, Vapt. Davis, sailed from Sa vannah 15th ult. bound to Mobile. On the 24th, when about 40 miles S. E. from St. Augustine, it commenced blowings gale from N. N E. Uu rio* winch the boat broached to, and would not ateer. Soon after the boat was found to be leak ing badly, and the pumps became choked, and the water gaining fast, the square sail was taken in, and both anchors let go in 15 fathoms water and all hands employed in bailing. —Finding it impossible to keep her free, slipt the chain, cut the hawser, and set the square*sail for the pur pose of driving her on shore—at the same time commenced lightening her by throwing the wood Oierboard. At half past 4, A. M. finding she was sinking, ordered the boat to be got ready when Captaim Davis, lady and two children, Messrs. Kenned? and Blissett, passengers, and all the crew, (with the exception of two negroes, which, the boat being small, it was found impos. tible to take on board) embarked. A short time after the boat left the wreck she sunk. One of the negroes reached the shore on a piece of the wreckfthe other was unfortunately drowned in the surf. The boat landed at Burysville, on the coast of Florida, and proceeded on the following da? to St. Augustine. The wreck of the steam boat drove on shore, and went to pieces, the en •tne havin'* l*Jlrn out of her wheD *he wnk and rolled over. Capt. Davis and his family arrived in this city on Saturday in the schr. Agness, from St. Augustine.—Charleston Courier. m • * A Short Sermon about the Cholera.—[From the Richmond Whig. J—‘* The CKolera I* ascend mg the Kenawha/roin the Ohio, and may, accord ing to all experience, be toon expected to pene trate into the heart of Virgioia, as, whethercon tagious or uot, it always advance* along rivers and thorough fare*. Keep yourselves warm, cleanly, and firm. Abate all nuisance* about your promise*. Unless your habits are very bad, change them not. Avoid fruits of all kind*, and crude vegetables. Drink of ardent spirits, mode rately and temperately. Attack the first symp toms of Diarrhea, vigorously. If a Physician or a Clergyman fly from his pest—it being the pecu liar duty of the fir*t tu wait on the sick, and of the last to wait on the dying—never trust either again. Eat as heartily as you can, of plain food, especially of meat and bread. Above all, keep up your courage, and cherish confidence in your destiny. Stay at home likewise, and meet the enemy amidst your comforts and your frieuds.” There is more good sense in this short sermon, than you will find sometime* in * printed one of thirty octavo pages. Major Jack Downing says, that after the Presi dent received the degree of Doctor of Laws at Harvard University, some of them *• slick look ing fellers” offered him (Major Jack) a degree; while the President was drinking a mug of cider with Mr. Quincy, they took him into a little room and wrote some lating upon a sheet of pasteboard, just like the General’s, ami they set down and signed their names to it; they told him it was a degree of A. S. S. which stood for Ama zing Smart Skoler. The Major says that the kutulge fellers, when they gave the General his pasteboard, jabbered away like all naler, in a gibberish worse than Black Hawk's, but the old General never let on, and nodded his head as if he understood every word of it. The Stolen Money.—We understand that the principal part of the money stolen nn the 11th instant,from the mail stage between Boston and Lynn, consisted of a distinct emission of bills of the Piscataqua Bank, made payable to J. W. Pierce, or to H. Somers, and which were used, not for common circulation, bat only for sperial purposes; and that as nearly all this emission, excent what was included in the Dackages stolen, has been withdrawn from circulation, and no more will be issued by the bank, it is hoped that detection will follow sny attempt on the part of the thieves, to put the bills stolen into circulation. We also understand that one of the three packages stolen, contained a 81000 bill of the said Piscataqua bank, which may be identified, not as being oT the above emission, but from the circumstance of its being the onlv bill of that de nomination that the bank has in circulation. Boston Daily Advertiser. Advertising.—The Pennsylvanian has come to the resolution to publish no more gratuitous advertisements. The truth is the practice is growing highly injurious to the interests of pub lishers, who find that their paper-makers and type-founders are not in the way of working for them for nothing. It is a common occurrence to have the most valuable pari of an advertising journal filled up with the notices of meetings, military and religious—requests of difterent kinds, and appeals lor this thing and that, while the mercantile part of the community rarely think of asking lor any privileges. They send their advertisements, and pay for them; and it is their patronage, which is solid, profitable and desirable. As long as some newspapers, to ob tain a temporary celebrity, or a momentary ad vantage, are willing to cut down regular prices, so long will there be an uninterrupted call upon the newspaper proprietors to work for nothing and find themselves. The Pennsylvanian of Saturday says: ff’ash ington Irving is recovering from his late acci dent. Who will not be pleased to hear of his entire convalescence? He is engaged, we un derstand, in writing sketches of western scenery and manners—squirrel shooting, wild horse catch ing, camping out at night, buffaloe hunting on the Draries. &c. 6tc. He tried to write his new book in New York, but so great was the noise and dust in that city—the calls of visiters. &c. that he had to decamp and go up the North Riv er. He now takes it quietly and comfortably. When Mr. Irving was in the far west, he made a visit of six weeks duration to Fort Gibson and that neighborhood on the Grand River. Arkan saw, &c. &c. In that part of the west the prai ries are very extensive, buffaloe hunting frequent and wild horses in great abundance. Mr I. mixed in all these sports, camped out at night, and seemed to enjoy every thing with great got*/. His graphic account of shooting the buffaloe, or catching the wild horse, or a night camp will probably be very amusing. He also got acquainted with several curious originals, in the neighborhood of Grand River, who tell in the west as many curious and droll anecdotes of him, as he will probably write of them. One of them is called Tonish, a French creole of great drollery—and another, a half blood, called Jayette—both well known as in disputable western woodsmen, or prairie hunters, | in that country. Mr. Irving will, most pruba bly, give curious descriptions'll! these men. He particularly studied their habits, character, droll points, and all about them. We have received from a friend in the West a number of interesting anecdotes, incidents, scenes, &c. connected with Mr. I’s journey, be vond the Mississippi, and we may one day be disposed to unstring a few of them. At all events, if the reading world knew what curious “sayings and doings” exist in the “far, far west,” they would be terribly impatient for Irv ing’s forthcoming work. Absconding Debtor.—About ten days since Mr. Hays the High Constable with some of the other police officers, being in search of stolen goods, ascertained that a considerable lot of trunks and boxes, supposed to contain dry goods, were secreted in a house in Mulberry street.-— Upon enquiry being instituted as to the cir cumstances attending the deposit, and the cha racter of the accredited owner, they learned that he passed at different places where he had been boarding, under various assumed names, which induced them to take possession of the property, and conduct the owner to the Police Office for examination. Here he admitted, that although the property was not stolen, it had been never theless obtained fraudulently from merchants in Norfolk, Va., in the neighborhood of which place he had kept a country store, and had managed to obtain on credit dry goods, hardware and other articles, to the amount of about 85,000, with which he had absconded. Being willing to restore the property to the lawful owners, they were written to upon the subject, and several of them came oir, into whose possession the whole of it was yesterday delivered for the purpose ol being re-shipped to Norfolk. The value of the property thus unexpectedly secured for the creditors amounts as is estimated to between two and three thousand dollars. [AT. Y. Jimer. We regret to see, among the list of deaths by pestilential cholera, in Lawrenceburg, (Ky.,j published in the Frankfort Commentator, the name of our much esteemed friend and old acquaintance, Capt. William B. Wallace, formerly of Stafford County, Virginia—a highly meritorious officer of the Revolution, who sear ed from the beginning to the termination of the war. All who knew the upright, benevolent and philanthropic character of our deceased friend, will unite with us in deploring his death. He was, we understand, about seventy-five years old.—Fredericksburg Herald. Jin honest colored man—as noble a* any other work of God.—A few days since, a gentleman lost in the street Three Hundred Dollars, which was advertised in the New York Gazette. The next morning, the faithful colored porter in the store of P. I Nevius & Son, came forward with I the money which he found in the street. It is ! needless to add, that he was handsomely reward ' ed by the owner; but, his richest reward is, a consciousness of having performed an obligatory duty.— N. Y. Ga2. •Mrs. VoyUt’r Seminar. Iyfffi Seventh Session of Mrs. Porter’s Seminary for Young Ladies will commence on the ninth of Sep tember. Mrs Porter gratefully a-knowledges the steady pa tronage of the early friends of her Institution, and the confidence evidenced by the increased number of pu pils, encourages her to renew the assurance that every r.dvar.tage necessary to the attainment of a libera! edu cation, founded on a strict adherence to moral and re ligious obligation*, will continue to distinguish her ef forts, for the instruction of a most interesting and im piiriaiil puniuii ui me Board and Tuition in all the branches of English in struction, one hundred and fitly dollars per year of for ty-eight weeks, payable quarterly in advance. Tuition for day scholars, according to the class in which they rank, from four to tight dollars per term ol twelve weeks. Music on Piano, Harp and Guitar • $18 00 Drawing, Landscape and Flower Painting in Oils, Ac. - • '• 6 00 Wax Work, Transferring, Shell Work and Chinese do. • • • 5 00 Velvet Painting, in oil and water colors S 00 Latin, French, Itsliaft and Spanish, each 6 00 Lectures oil Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and As tronomy, illustrated by various experiments Each Boarder must be provided with a single hair mattress, or bed and bedstead, and necessary bedding; a silver tumbler, a table and tea spoon. A uniform is worn, of blue gingham durihg the week, and on Sun day a white dress, with blue belt. A straw bonnet, with blue ribbons in sunrmer, and crimson in winter Mrs. Porter invites the personal attendance of all who wish information upon the course of instruction I and discipline pursued in this Institution; and to those whose remote residence prohibits this inspection, in formation will be accorded in a printed form on appli cation to tht Seminary, corner of Duke and Washing ton streets, Alexandria REFER TO Rev. Ruel Keith, rheological Seminary, Va. Rev. Edward I ippilt, ^}o Kev C. Mann, Alexandria. - John Roberts, Esq. do Bernard Hnoe, do A. C Cazenove 8c Co. do W Fowle do ! P. Thompson do T. Fairfax do Edgar Snowden do R. B. Mason. do J. L. McKenna do Hon. Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D C. Commodore Rodgers, Navy Commissioner, do •• Oharlea Morris do Colonel Bom'ord do Gales is" Se.ton do Hon Daniel Webster, Massachusetts Gen George Rust, Virginia Henry Turner, Virginia Dr. R. Baldwin, Winchester, Va. jy 9—3taw9th VavmbeT, IAme, 85c. HAVING purchased Mr. Josiah H. Davis' stock of Lumber, the subscribers beg leave to inform the public that they have as.miciated themselves in business , under the firm of J 13* G. 1. Thoma9, and will always keep on hand, at the Yard so long yccopied by Mr Da vis, a general assortment of every description of LUM ; BEL that may be required for building, together with j a constant supply of FRESH LIME, which they are 1 determin- d to sell on as favorable term* as can be pro cured in the Dis'rict. I Having a large and extensive fire-proof Warehouse, , they will receive on storage, and sell on commission, G' ODS & GL1IN of all kinds; and. being located on the business part of the wharves, persons bringing or sending their Produce to market, may find their in terest promoted by placing their business in our hands. JAUK3 THOMAS, GKO. I THOMAS. 100 casks fresh Thomatton Lime just received and , for sale._Alexandra, July 6, 18.33. Xutiee. HAVING aold out my atock of Lumber, and let my old established Stand to Messrs. Jas & G I. Tho* : mas, it is with inicii pleasure that 1 recommend them i to the patronage of my old eustomtrs and to the public ! generally, and feel assured that their knowledge of ; the biiMnexx and determination to please, will enable them to render satisfaction to those whose wants may require any thing in their line of business. Wishing to close up my old business, in order to pro secute the Hope-making Business at Jones’ Point. I request all persons having claims against me to present them for payment; and all persons indebted will please ! call at my Counting Hoorn, (for the present) in the se cond storv of the Store of Jas. & I. G. ThoYnas jy 8—tf_ JOSIAH H. DAVIS. To Ueut, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, The commodious three story Brick [DWELLING, with extensive back build ings, surpassed by none in Alexandria, _cece»tl) occupied bv Samuel B Larmour The 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. LAKUOUB, at the Ware house of Samuel B Larmour fit 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 has been accustomed to order, harmony, and economy, in Lis bouse* jy 1 The Fire at Ithaca.— The following particu lars are given in a letter published in the Albany Evening Journal: Ithaca, July 15th.—We had a large fire hers last night. It broke out about 11 o’clock in N. Herrick’s store, and has destroyed nearly 30 buildings. It has swept the whole from Her rick’s corner to the Tompkins House, north, and far as Hardy & McComick, Nichols & Luce, and Mr. Downing’s store, occupied by Mr Carpen ter. The following are among the sufferers: N. Herrick. P C. & G. W Schuyler. B S. Hal sey. S. Seman & Son, G. L & W. G. Grant, Burdick & Burrett, Giles & Ballard. Another letter, states that there is reason to believe the conflagration was the work of an in* cendiary. In N. York the insurance on the pro perty destroyed is trifliog—1000 dollars in two offices. Saratoga Springs.—A letter from the Spring, dated on Monday last, slates that the number of visitors there is uncommonly U»ge for this season of the year. At Congress Hail there were about 180 visitors, at the United States Hotel 130, at the Pavilion about 100, and at Union Hall over 100. The Houses are filling fast. Another letter says:—“An accident occur red on Siturdav night, on the rail road which •nearly proved fatal to some. Perhaps you know that on the arrival of the day boat at Albany, an extra car is despatched, with horses, for this place. On Saturday the boat was late, conse quently the car left at a late hour. It so occur red that an extra car left Saratoga at 9 o’clock, and both driving at full speed, were not seen by each other until they came in contact, on the large bridge at Ballston. The concussion, as you may suppose, was very great. Fortunately no person was killed. The driver was thrown from hia seat, and stunned, but not seriously injured. Some of the passengers were more or less injured, but none ot them seriously.” We learn that the boiler of the steam engine of the Drv Dock Comnanv hurst .yesterday morning. Two persons were scalded, and the engineer was thown out of doors, but wa9 only slightly injured. This explosion is said to have been caused by the gradual dropping of water for a length of time from the tank above, on to that part of the boiler which gave way and which wag thereby corroded and weakened. fJV. V. Mtr. Mv. I ... . " - - --J-" --- - --gu— — i Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, July Term, 1833. ELIZABETH URIB, administratrix of Arthur T Urie, deceased, submitted to the Court her first account, as administratrix aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof; which account is received, will be allowed and duly recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in September next; of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Tests jy 16—w6w _A MOORE, Reg. Wills. Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, July Term, 1833. JAMES DOUGLAS, administrator of David Martin, deceased, submitted to the Court his first account, • as administrator nfo-esaid, with the vouchers in sup port thereof; which account is received, w ill be allow ed and duly recorded unless cause be shewn to the contrary* on op before the first Monday in September next; of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Test: jv 16—aw6w A- MOORE, Reg. Wills Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, July Term, 1833. IILILLIAM STABLER, Guardian of Julia R llead TT ly, submitted to the Court his first account, as guardian aforesaid, with the vouchers in support there of; which account is received, will be allowed and du ly recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in September next; of which persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy-Test: A. MOORE, Reg Wills, jy 16—w6w _ _ S\>\fci\dvA Pianos FfTHE subscriber has just received from the approv* 1 ed manufactory of Jenkins k Co-, two superior PIANOS, made upon the German principle. One grand Piano, with harps, guitar, aoft and loud stop, snd very fine tone; case of superior workmanship; front of variegated work, and highly ornamented. I One other Piano Forte, with sott and loud atop, va I negated front, well toned, will be sold upon reasons I ble terms. Apply to RICHARD DAVIS, Royal street. I N. B Upright German Pianos can also be supplied | upon moderate terms- Old Pianos taken in part pay I for new ones. K. D BuckYaiuY for aa\a. PURSUANT to s Deed of Trust executed hy John Love, bearing date the 30th day of Harch, 1820, and recorded in the County Cuurt of Fauquier. I shall, for the purposes therein mentioned, on Wednesday, the 21st August next, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the morning and 4 o’clock in the evening, on the premises, proceed to sell, for cash, THE TRACT OF LAND, with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, called BUCK.LAND, or Buckland Farm; situated part m the Couuty of Prince William and part in the County of Fauquier, and estimated in the said Deed to contain 800 ACRES, be the same more or less. The improvements sre ve ry convenient and valuable. This land is distant from Warrenton 8 to 10 miles, and about 34 miles from Al exandria; the soil was originally of strung staple, and is very susceptible of improvement by the use of plas ter, clover, be. This valuable property is so generally known, that a further description ia deemed unnects sary. Persons desirous of purchasing, are referred to John Brown, Haq. who lives in the neighborhood, and will shew the land. Such title as is in the subscriber will be conveyed to the purchaser. THOMAS L. MOORE, Warrenton, June 14,1833. Surviving Trustee, june 14— wt21stAug Truatee’a Xotica, THE undersigned having been appointed Trustee of Orlando S. Morse and Oxen Jossclyn, insolvent debtors, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims against said insolvents to present them as soon as practicable, and those indebted to them to make immediate payment to him; as it is necessary to close business at an early moment, he will be under the neceaaity of putting all claims in officers’ hands for collection that are not paid within a reasonable time, jy 6 W. D. NUTT. A Card. DOCTOR W. T. DYER, having removed from Virginia to Alexandria, respectfully offer* his pro fessional services to the public. Having practised ex tensively in the country for eight years, he feels pre pared to discharge the duties of bia profession in all its branches. Office and residence on the north-east comer of King and Columbus streets. . + SALES ATAUCTm~ >?otYcfc. UNDER the authority of a Decree of the Superior Court of Chancery, holden-at Staunton on the 15th ! day of July, 1829, in a suit therein pending between i John R. Hayden^ administrator with the will an-^ xened of Benjamin Beeler, Junior, deceased, I . and othei a, Plaintiffs, j * A IS D y Mary Hollingsworth, executrix of Prances Hoi- I lingsworth, deceased, who was executrix of | Jane Hollingsworth, deceased, fee. Defendants.J The subscriber will offer for sale, at public auction, on Friday, the 33d day of August next, the following VALUABLE PROPERTY—yhat is to sst: 1. The BRICK TENEMENT L I.DT OF GKOUND^on the west side of Fairfax afreet, between Prince and Duke streets, formerly occupied bv F.van P. Taylor a« a coach-maker's shop, and the Ground be tween the north gable wall of the said tenement and the line of the lot lately occupied by Nicholas Kings ton m front on Far. fax street 55 feet, more or lest, in depth 1 73 feet 5 inches 2 The VrACANT LOT adjoining the said brick'enement on the south, extending to Reuben I Johnson’* 'inc, in front 18 feet, more cr less, in depth 123 f e 5 inches 3. A RENT IN* FEE of £4 10* llrf, Vir ginia currency, charged on a lot 14 feet 6 inches in fro.it, unjoining No- 1 on the south, being part of the lot form>*rv occur"' -I bv Nicholas Kingston 4. Three VACANT LOTS, 28 feet 5 inches in front each, in depth 123 S, on the east side of Uo)al street, between Prince and Duke streets. The sale .will begin at 5 o'clock, P. If , in front of the brick tenement on Fairfax street. One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, the residue in three equal instalment of 3, 6, and 9 months, with in terest from the day of sale For the dcfeired p-j ments, bunds, with good security, will be required, jy 23—dts K. I TAYI.OR, Commissioner. BY WILLIAM D. NUTT. VubUo Sa\e of Real Estate. THE subscriber, under authority from the heirs of Henry McCue. late of Alexandria, deceased, will ofTer at public auction, on the premises, oil Saturday next, the 27ih instant, at 10 o'clock, A. U , all the right and title of the said heirs, in a certain HOUSE and LOT, situate un Prin cess street, and bounded as follows; Be ginng at the north east corner of said i___ iot, and at the north west corner of Jot No. 21, thence running westwardly and parallel with Princess street, along the tine of the said first men tioned lot, 26j feet; thence southwardly and paruliel with Fairfax street into the lot No. 22, 124 feet( thence i oustwardly and parallel with Princess street, and the i first course, 2672 feet to the line-dividing the lots No. 21 and 25; thence along the dividing line and parallel with Fairf x street, to the beginning. Title indisputable. Sale positive. Term- Cash. CHRISTOPHER NEALE. jy 23— dta_W. |). NUTT, Atict. \»an(V for tta\fc. * That TRACT of LAND called EF I FINGHAM, lying in Prince William Conn § ty, Virginia, about three miles from the Court I House, containing about f TOO ACRES. f The quality of this land is good; near one third is low ground, lying on Cedar Run, which might be made • firrt rate Meadow. There is a sufficient quantity cf good Timber on this land, which is now under a good fence. The improvements are a large and very come- j nient two story FRAME HOUSE, a good BARN, J and all other necessary Out-Houses. 1 here S is a Well of excellent Water in the yard, and % a large Orchard of choice Fruit. Thir is the moat beautiful and healthy situation in ^ that part of the county; it lies about 30 miles from < Alexandria, 25 from Fredericksburg, and 16 from the , thriving Town of Occoquan, which is a good market for grain —Also, A TRACT of LAND, called CEDAR IIII.L, in Fauquier County, aboui four miles from Kf- | fingham, containing about k 1500 ACRES. I About 200 acres of this land is in a high state of culti- IJ vation, and equal to any land in the county; the ha- l , lance is good improvable land- A large portion of ” this la id is in Wood. The improvements arc a tolc- s rable good .. FRAME HOUSE, a large BARN, and s!l J ffioMt other necessary Out-Houses. This tract us* ,-l j l2Jii°riginally in three, and lies well to be divided, | wtucii will be done to suit purchasers.—Also. A TRACT of LAND, uf about 1000 Ip j ACRES, lying in Prince William County, Va., „t,out "ft | 40 miles from Alexandria and 2 miles north of ilsy ■ j Mantei, on me roau leading 10 Leesburg. Thi* Farm, for grazing, is equal to any, being na’u- 3 1 rally fjne grass land, and very susceptible of improve- PJ 1 ment. “Plaster acts with m much power on this land T ns any in the County of l.oudoun. ft lies well for di- ^ 1 viding, which will be done if required This Tract will be shown by Mr. Garnall, living on the Farnu Ce «lar llill and Effingham by Mr. Green, living at CeiUr Hill. Poaaesaion will be given in time to seed a crop in the Fall. The terms will be—One third cash) the residue in one and two years, with interest, and adeeii of j truat to secure the payment. It is desirable that th te Lands may be sold at private sale before the 12th day of August; if not, they will then be offered at public sale on the premises, vis: Cedar Hill and Effingham on the 12th; and the Tract near Haymarketon the Uib. For further particulars inquire of the subscribers, GILSON FOOTE, ttICI! \HD II FOOTE, Near Warrenton, Fauquier County. JOHN W. MASS IE, F. FOOIE, Executors, Alexandria, D- C |C7* Will be offered foreale, at the same time. | at Cedar Hill, i THE FARMING UTENSILS STOCK. | such as Horses, Cattle Sheep, &c. Also, the Home hold and Kitchen Furniture. IC7* We shall offer for sale, on the same day that the Land near Has market is offered, on said farm. THE HORSES, CATTLE, fy FA It ML™ UTEftSILS. Also, two hundred or more BARRELS OF CORA. if not sold at private sale before. jy 20 —t!2thAug THE FREDERICK WVkite ftulpViUT O ITU VTED five miles north of Winchester, former ^ ly known as DUVALL'S Sulphur Spring, uill b' opened fur the reception of company on the first ot July. The proprietors return their thanks to their pxtmr.* of the last season, and inform them and the public «*>•' the accommodations are more spacious and comfort able; several out houxesand additional rooms have been added—a large bath house erected, upon the most»? proved plan—good stables, and sheds for carnages-* short, every necessary arrangement fofthe rcccpt>r1 of company. Every exertion shall be made for the »'■ commodation of guests. LEROY P. WILLIAMS Frederick County, Va. June 25—»6w _ JOB PRINTING Areally and expeditiously executed at thi" fii