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Oa the open ground of Pont Neuf, three im
mense standard, supported by masts of nearly a hundred i>et In height, and ornamented at the bottom with monumental sculpture, were seen - Having in the air at sun-rise; each of them bore m letters of gold the date of one of the three Jars. It was a beautiful sight when the wind ! blew, to see the gold, the three colors and the ' funeral crape, intermingled with the rays of the tan; tri colored standards beating the city arms floated also on the tower of Notre Dame, Saint , Oervais, and Saint Germain L’Auxerrois. The bridge of Arcole was decorated with re- • markable taste. All the iron chains were co- ■ vered with foliage. Large garlands also of * leaves and branches ornamented the four middle arches, the upper part of w hich, raised io a kind entabletuie, was decorated with medallions, i each containing a cross of July, and terminated bv a dense m iss of little tri-colored flags, in the , midst of which was seen one raised to a very ■ real height. A great number of private houses were ornamented with tri rolore^flags. In every parish a funeral service was perform- j rJ, at which were present the civil authorities, ne staff of the legions, and a g«eat number of officers, national guards, and citizens. Daring the d«y many persons were 9een in Pa ti$ ia mourning; the concourse of people at the places of burial was incessant, hut orderly and ihou ditfal; crowns were placed in silence on the tombs. All those who have seen the capital to iUv will ever remember the calm and religious appearance which attested a real solemnity, un accompanied by any thing of the joyful aspect of a public fete. Paris, July 28.—There is again a report of a change in the Ministry. The men of the *• tiers p.trti?’ who continually flatter themselves with .-'jece'js. loudly proclaim the return of M. Dupin, ttj,o. thev confidently sav, has already had an in ter view with the K.ing, with which lie has been wry well satisfied. The? also speak of a correspondence main tained b? M. Thiers with M. Dopin, to whom he has even sent his private Secretary, M. Maitin, to hasten his return. M. Thiers w ill be the on Iv one remaining of the present Ministers, and Marshal Gerard, who returned to Paris yester day, and who also had an audience of the King, will l»e Pi evident of the Council. It is said that the Chamber will be dissolved. Wc give cre dence to this last part of the new*. ' As for the ie>t, i( there has been in fact some conferences, most probably they are nothing mor** than a lit tle plotting to engage M. Dupin and his friends to lend to the government, during these three days of difficulty, the support of the little popu larity which is left them. The military force assembled by the Govern ment to prevent disturbances ha* been bo great during the three days, that there was little fear of auv attempt being made, either by Royalists or Republicans, to convert the assemblages of the people into the means of forwarding their party design. lire volcanic island thrown up two or three years since in the Mediterranean, near Sicily, and which afterwards disappeared, is again visi ble. BELGIUM. A salute of one hundred and one guns, on the 24th July, at 6 o’clock in tlie morning, announc ed to the inhabitants of Brussels, the birth of a sun and heir to King Leopold. POLAND. Lr.MBP.no, July 13—According to commer cial letters from jassy, another dreadlul fire had taken place there, in which half of the city that escaped in the preceding fire fell n prey to the flames. Notwithstanding the great exertions of the Russian garrison, the bad construction of the houses rendered it impossible to arrest the fury of the conflagration till the following day. The Russian troops posted on the Danube are still assembled in the same positions, but are to 1 be removed to their old quarters as soon as the 1 news arrives that Count Or I oft*, with his coips, has left the Bosphorus. /) It Airs TO-MORROW New York Consolidated Lottery, Extra Claaa No. ?1 for 1833. To be drawn in New York on Wednesday, August 28 I prize of g-20,000 | 1 prize ot 85.000 1 do of 10,000 | &c &c &c Whole tickets #5; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25. Delaware & North Carolina Lottery, Extra Class No. 9 for 1833, To be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware, on Tliurslay, August 29 CAPITAL PRIZE $10,000 Tickets#2; halves 1 Oi; quartets 0 50 . On sale in great variety by JAS. RXORDAX. ii 7* Uncurrent Notes and Foreign Gold purchased Drawn Numbers in the Union Canal Lottery, Class No , 17 for 5813 25 24 60 7 £ 40 43 52 10 26 DR Airs TO-MORROW Ncw-York Consolidated Lottery, Extra Claaa No. 24 for 1833. Will be drawn in the t.itv of New York on Wednesday August 28 HIGHEST PRIZE $20,000. Tickets #5; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25. Delaware and North Carolina Lottery, Extra Class No 9 for 163 '.. To je Jrawn at Wilmington, Delaware, on Thursday, j August 39 CAPITAL PRIZE $19,090. ticket*#.! 00; halves 100; quartersUaO. To be had in a variety of numbers of J. CORSE, lottery If Rtehmge Broker, Alexandria. Drawn Numbers in ’he Union Canal Lottery* So. 1/ : 25 24 60 7 6 40 43 52 10 26 ; Zy Combination Nos 24 26 60, a prize of #100, sold j #t CORSK'8, to a citizen.__ i GEO JOHNSON & Co. j W'axtkd, a good Gig Horse, for which a liberal price w.il be given, if offered in a few days, and found to suit. _aug 26 , Vro\»o8tt\a WILL be received at my house on Payne atreet, * v until Friday next, at 12 o’clock, for renting, for *»o years from that date, RUMNEPS WHARF, the property to be kept in repair by the Corporation of Alexandria. By order of the Committee of Real Ea* >»te. , WU. VKirCH, 8. P.. * ig 24— dtSQih ALEXANDRIA, (D. C.) TUESDAY MORNING* AUGUST 27, 1833. Conviction of Lt Blanc.—On Wednesday af ternoon, the Court, after the arguments on the part both of the state and of the prisoner had been concluded, committed the case to the ju ry in a very clear and comprehensive address.— He refrained, says the correspondent of the New York Daily Advertiser, from commenting upon any particular feature of the testimony in order to avuid the possible imputation of biassing by his opinion the minds of the jurors, committed the case to them, after briefly elucidating to them those particular points of law which should go vern their verdict. With this charge they re tired, and in ten minutes returned into court with a verdict of ouiltv. It is evident from his manner, says the same authority, that his mind has undergone a great change within the last two days. It was remarked by the interpreter that from the moment the daugh ters of Mr. Sayre appeared in court, the prison er’s conduct has been totally different. The next day he begged the forgiveness of Mr. Buis aubin for the unkind words he had uttered to him, and talked frequently of a confessor. While the Jury were out determining upon his life or death, I apprised the prisoner of the fact, and told him to take courage and hear his doom like a man; lie replied that lie felt happy that lie was approaching his end—it appeared to him, he saiJ, like going to a great fete. When the jury came in and pronounced the fatal verdict, I per ceived bv his conntenance that he had been pre pared for this result—he heaved a long, deep sigh; and when the interpreter officially announc ed to him that he was adjudged guilty, he re plied in a faltering, plaintive voice — »* 1 am pre pared for death — 1 wish to have instant execu tion—my mind is happy—I shall be released from tny prison and iny sufferings.” The tnisrable man was then removed to his cell, from which he was bi ought forth yesterday morning, and sentence of Death pronounced up on him. We learn from another source, that the dav appointed for his execution 19 the sixth of September, aud he is said to have confessed his guilt, subsequently to his sentence. The Steam-Boat David Brown, Cupt. Cof ff.y, from Charleston, (whence site sailed on Saturday evening last,) bound to New York, put into this port last night, with the loss of her Rudder, in a gale of wind from N to N E oft Cape Hatteras, on Wednesday* last. The D- B. has about 50 passengers on board, and will proceed for her place of destination as soon as her Rudder is replaced—perhaps about Tuesday. Capt. Coffey informs us that he experienced a succession of violent gales of wind, from N. to N. E. during the whole passage, and requests us to say that the D. U. has proved herself an ex cellent sea boat, and that “no vessel could have be haved better.”—Norfolk Beacon. LETTER FROM MAJOR DOWNING. [From the New fork Daily Advertiser. J Rip Raps. 17 Aug. 1833. My Good Friend—“ The Government” will leave here on Saturday, so you must tell all our friends to stop sending any more letters here.— We go strait to Washington, to put things to rights there for winter. I anil the Gineral have got things now pretty considerable snug; and it is raly curious to see how much more easy and simple all the public af fairs go on than they did a spell ago, when Mr. Adams was President. If it warnt for Congress meetin we cou’d jest go about pretty much where we pleas’d, and keep things strait too; and I be gin to think now with the Gineral, that arter all, there is no great shakes in managin the affairs of the nation. \\ e have pretty much all on us ben joggiu about now since last grass; and things are jest as strait and clear now as they was then.-— The Gineral has nigh upon made up his mind, that mere is no u-*e to nave any more congress. 1 ney only toother us—they wou’d do more good to stay at home, and w rite letters to us tellin what is go* itr on among ’em at home. It would save a con siderable sum oi money too; and I*m also sartin that there is a plagy raft of fellows on wages that ilont earn nothin. Howsoever, we are goin on niakiu things more simple every day; and we once and a while nock off a pretty considerable num ber of cogs w heels and trunnel heads. The Gineral says he likes things simple as a mouse trap. But what I like most is, he wont liave no one about him who outranks me; so there is me, and Major Barry, and Major Smith, rid Major Earl, and Major Donaldson, and Major Lewis, and Major Eaton;—and the major pait of a pretty considerable of a man to do the printing, and tell the folks where we be, and once and awhile where the land sales and con tracts he too. There is enutf oo us to do all thats wanted Every day jest ater breakfast, the Gineral lights his pipe, and begins to think pretty hard, and I and Major Donaldson begin to open letters for him; and there is more than 3 bush pis every day, and all the while cofning. We ilont git through more than a bushel a day; and never trouble long ones, unless they come from Mr. Van Ruren, or Mr. Kindle, or some other uf our great folks. Then we sort ’em out, jest at Zeakel Bigelow does the mackrel at his Packin Yard, for there are plagy many more sorts than he finds among fish, we only make three sorts, and keep 3 big baskets, one marked “/jo/ rei/,” another “red, and worth nothin,” and nother “ red, and to be answered.” And theo all the Gineral has to do is to say “ Major, I reckon we best say so and so to that,” and I say “jest so,” or not, as the notion takes me— and then we go at it. We keep all the Secretaries, and the Vice President, and some District Attornys. and a good many mure of folks, and Amos Kindle, moving about; and they tell us jest how the cat jumps. And I said afore, if it wornt for Con gress meetin once a year, we’d put the Govern ment in a one horse waggon and go jest where we like. The Gineral was amazingly tickled tother day. Peleg Bissel—(you know "ho '• the while whittin, and sawin, and makin clocks, and apple parers, and churns, and lives nigh Setb Sprague’s School Houae, Downingville.) well, Pe 1 leg seat the Ginerai a new churn of his own in* vention; and he calls it the “Jackson Churn,” he wants a patent for it. The cote cntur says, in his letter to the Ginerai, that that are churn is jest like His Government—its ony got one wheel, and a smasher, and that it will make more ; butter thao any other chorn, and out of eoy most any thiug. The Ginerai is so well pleased with it, he will set and turn it nearly all day. Say* he, ( “Major,I like thisere churn amazingly,that Bissel ! is a knowin fellow. If that churn had been made ! by Congress, it would have more than 50 wheels and springs, and make no more butter arter all. f Major,” says he “tell Pel eg I thank him; and send him a patent.” j And so I did; and I felled him in the letter, that the Ginerai w ould keep his churn in the hall of the White house, to let folks see that it did’nt require as many cog wheels to make butter, as they think on; and when they come up chamber, in the Cabinet Room, and find ony me and the President, they’ll understand it the better. When I the Ginerai come to sign this letter, “ well” says . he, Major, that’s just what I was thinking on. We get every day an everlastin bach of letters from Mr. Van Buren & Amos Kindle, and they are so plagy jagged, that we cant make ’em fit exactly with some others, eny most as jagged, from the South and West, and all from our folks too. One wants one thing, and one wants tother. Some of our folks down South say, if the Bank is put down, we shall all be split up into splinters • there. And jest so, ony tother war, they say, ! we shant find in a week any of our folks north if the Bank is rechartered, and some talk of the Nullifiera in Georgia going for Mr. Van Uuren, ami that we must look out sharp, and not do no ; thin agin ’em. And some say that are tower of Mr. Webster away West, and his speeches, bo I ther some on ’em plagily. I was a little stump • ed for a spell myself; and 1 fell’d the Ginerai, | say I “Ginerai, if you expect me to satisfy all j these folks, ynu’ie mistaken, we cant do it,” says, I. “Well then,” says he, “we must ■ send for Mr. Van Uuren.” This kinder nettled ; me, and says I, Ginerai, you ha’nt forgot that are churn already”— “ no, no,” says lie, “we*!l Stick to that Major.” l ” rreu men, s^ys i -uo vou mint inai mr. j Van Buren will use that are churn? he keeps his 'bread buttered,” says I, “ by more wheels than that are churn’s got.” “ Well Major, says the Gineral, 44 he is a plagy curious critter, ater all —he’ll make wheels turn sometimes right agin one another, yet he gits along—and when he lets his slice fall, or some one nocks it out of his hand, it always some how falls butter side up” —44 well,” says I,—“ Gineral, dont you know I why?44 not exactly,” says he, “ Major”-“weil,” says I, — “ I’ll tell you—he butters both sides at’ome,” says I. The Gineral drew his face all into a rumple for about a minute, and then he snorted right out. . | The Gineral talks of goin to the Hermitage nest spring—he says he thinks he has done eouf for the country—and I think so too—he says l may go along with him or stay and lend Mr. Van Buren a hand—we’ll say something about this in the Message. Yours as before .1. DOWNING, Major j Downingville Militia. 2d Brigade. ! ——■ ■■■ I ■ HI I M ■■ ■ I I . I Mil II ■ Vox *\m&\fexflam. The Brig HELVIuEHA. Fletcher, master, JgTJ^will he rea<ly to receive cargo in a few days, amTlaxe 100 hogsheads on freight. Apply to i aug 23 KDW’U I) AING Kit FI ELI). Vox ttormu&a, tgt The British schooner LEO, McKinnnv, mas -VMtSLtcJi to sail next Wednesday For passage—, having a fine cabin—appl) on board, at train's wharf, ' or to GEO. JOHNSON k tjo 1 Who offer for tale, received per said schooner. 4 boxes fine Bermuda Artow Boot. aug 26 Vox Roalon. ifj: Thep^cket schooner F£L(W,'/7T, Rldridge taster, will have despatch, and take 500 bar rets on freight; fur which apply to aug ,4 W. FOWLJS k Co. , For ^ork. ffAC The regular picket schooner VIRGINIA, , fhomas Jennings, master, will sail on Thursday next Fur small freight apply to the Captain on board, orto STEPHEN SHINN, ; aug 23 Janney’s wharf For FhlAurteA^Yn*—Via l'anal ffSy The packet sloop MILLER, I). Teal, mas ''~*rflm,Xer will sail on Thursday. For freight apply to the Captain on board, or to aug26 STEPHEN SfllNN, Janney’s wharf. Pleasure Lxcurftlon To Old Point, Norfolk, and Cape Henry. 1 he Steamer COLUMBIA, Captain James Mitchell, will mike a Pleasure Pxcnrsionto Old Point, Norf ilk, and Cape Henry, leaving Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 10 o’clock A. M-on SatuHay, the 31st instant. Returning, she will leave Norfolk on Monday, the 2d of September, at 3 o’clock P M., an i arrive at Washington on Tuesday. Passage and mea*« for the trip, jf 8. aug-26—t31st Clteefto. in POXES Cheese, landi.tg Irom schr. President, HH.J this morning, and for sale by aug26 STEPHEN SHINN, Jsnney’s wharf. Thfc ferocious House dc Lot, CORNER of Cameron and Fairfax streets, is still for rent. Inquire of Mi*» Deist y Herbert, or GKO. JOHNSON Who offers for sale his RIDING HORSE, well known as a fine ladies’ poney- aug 26 *N"ot\ce. \LL persons are cautioned not to trust Uie crew of the Brit sh schooner Leo, aa the captain nor con signers will be liable for their debts aug 26 _GEO JOHNSON k Co. ‘ Catcall st llaTne&a, COMPLETE and in good order, will be sold low. Apply to G. W. CARLIN. aug 26— 3t_ IHunt’ft Coast Pilot, IN Royal Octavo, (twelfth edition) containing 657 pagea, and nineteen Plana and Charts, with an In dex* received for sale by aug 24 -eoSt^_E KENNEDY. ’ ;SacVt Salt Coal. 4 AAA 8ack« factory filled Blown Salt f 20 tons beat Orrell Coal On board Brig Belvidera, from Liverpool, for sale by aug 23 EDW’D. DAINGERPIP.LD. fcugar, $e. 4 A Hogsheads Porto Rico Sugar . |V» 5 barrels Tamarinds | Landing from schooner Virginia, and for sale by aug 23 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’s wbsrf. died. On (he 26th inst., in the fortieth year of hit age, William Oobie, a citizen of this place for a number of years. His friends and acquain tances ere respectfully invited to attend his fu neral, This Morning, at 9 o'clock, from his late dwelling on King street. In the City of W ashingtoo, on Friday, the 23d inst., Julia Maria, youngest daughter of John H. Beale, Esq. of this place. bleep infant, sleep beneath the sod. It has been destined foi thee so< Until the great shrill trump of God Doth sound, and tell thee rise and go. For in that great eventful day, The great Redeemer of thy blood Shall shew a great and glorious way, That children can behold their God. S. H. commercialT Price of Produce in Alexandria yesterday, from wagons and Vessels. Flour, new wheat, per barrel, 85 87i a 0 00 Wheat, per bushel, - - 1 05 a 1 15 Corn, do . . 0 64 a 0 65 llye, do - . - 0 55 a 0 60 Oats, from wagons, per bushel, 0 33 a 0 35 Oats, from vessels, do - 0 30 a 0 32 Corn Meal, white, do - 0 75 a 0 78 Corn Meal, yellow, do - 0 70 a 0 75 Flaxseed, . do • 1 00 a 0 00 Whiskey, per gallon, - - 0 30 a 0 31 Bacon, percwt. - - - 7 50 a 8 00 Butter, per lb. • - - 0 10 a 0 16 Lard. do - - - 0 08 J a 0 09 Planter Paris, (retail) per ton, 6 00 a 0 00 Flour. — We continue to quote the wagon price of Flour, new wheat, at 85 87$. Export for the week ending Saturday 24th inst. 1475 bbls. 225 coastwise; 1250 foreign. Quantity inspected during the same period King Street 705 bbls. Whar f 1023 “ 157 half bbls Potomac 567 “ 00 “ Total 2295 bbls 157 half bbls NEW YORK MARKET. Aug. 34 Flour and Meal—The demand is very limited, and for Western Canal lower prices have, in some instances, been accepted. Sales principal ly at 5 50 a 5 62]. One or two sales, we under stand, were made at 5 44. Last sales of Troy, 5 50. The stock of Southern Flour, and fancy brands, of tine qualities, for city use, maintain our highest rates. Some shipments of Western Canal Flour, we understand, are making to Eng land, ou owners’ account. Export, from 1st to 22il inst., Wheat Flour, 12.950 bbls.—Pr. Cur. The News and the Market—Holders of Coffee raised their demands about ] ct per lb in conse quence of the news. Cotton also was advanced; one or two sales made of Alabama at 17 ct* lb. 72 bales rhoice New Orleans Cotton sold this morning at 20 cts cash. The news ol this morn ing is considered favorable to Cotton, CofTec and Sugar.— Jour. Com. Aug. 24. Correspondence of the N. Y Journal of Commerce. Livrrpool, July 23.—The weather being ra ther unsettled, has caused some little improve ment in the Corn Market, and sour Flour in bond is generally held at 20i, though there do not ap pear to be buyers above 19* per brl. Fresh sweet Flour dull at 27s. The growing crops, from pre sent appearances, promise to be rather above than | below an average. Nothing doing in Rice. LIVERPOOL MARKET-July 23. Corn Exchange.—This day’s market was ve- j rv well attended, and sales to a considerable ex tent were made chiefly of the red Canadian t Wheat at 8* 3d to 8s 4d, and of the first descrip- t lion* ol Irish Wheat at 8.* Id to9*4d. Oats Id. t Flour la. and Oatmeal 6d dearer: and fur all 1 other articles in the trade there was a demand at a small improvement in price. July 24.—An advance in the price of Cotton ^ of gd per lb has taken place since Friday last; and the sales are, on Saturday 6,000, on Mon day 10,000, and on Tuesday 10,000 bags; to- i Jar the sales have been more iimiled, being only 4,000 bags. Of the above about one-half has been taken on speculation. ALEXANDRIA MARINE LIST. , - --—---—- a 1 e i c F r i V r _ _ F Arrived. August 25, Schooner Palestine, Allen, Philadelphia; Coal to George II. Smoot Schooner Mariner, Booth, -; Wheat to Jona. Janney. Steamboat Fredericksburg. Jenkins,Baltimore; Passengers and freight for the District. 26th—Ship Hull, Knox, Boston; Ballast to \V. Fowle &. Co. Ship Virginia, Turner, hence at Liverpool 25th July. Sloop Union, Taylor, hence at Philadelphia 24th inst. Schr. Robert Gordon, from Eastpert, put into New York on account of head winds, 2Sd inat. !• For Amsterdam. J rfS: The coppered ahip HULL, Knox, maater, j fiftyMil early in September, and take 50 hoga c beau, Tobacco or light freight Apply to f >Ug27 W. FOWLE k Co c JtaUsT J 4 HR Caaka Nails, aborted sizes, landing from i 1UO schooner Velocity, for sale by aug 27W. FOWLE l? Co. i Rio Coffee. x QA Bags prime Rio Coffee, just received and for •Ml sale by 8. If ESSER3WTH. l tug 27 Hempen Hags. 4 nnn Hempen Bags, a good article, just receir 11" "LI ed and for sale bv , »ug 27 ' S. MESSERSMITH. . Gla&wate. JUST received, per schooner Veloc ity from Bos tonf ?n !****■**• co*. plain and pressed Glassware ]z best quart Porter Bottles « „ Demijohns 2 gallon <Jo atif 27 HUGH Co SMITH g 7 Boots and Shoos. i U. H ARMON hts just received by schr. Velo F* t lo?,tv> ,nd « openmg at his new store, adjoin. ing Jonathan Butcher a Hardware Store, andtwodoosa above his old stand, a further supply of BOOTS and SHOES, direct from the Manufacmrci's, and suitable for the sea son. Among which, are Gentlemen's fine shoes and bootees, nailed and sewed Do fine nailed boots, s gofcd article Ladies' and misses' leather, morocco, and kid slippers Children's leather shoes and bootees All of which are offered, wholesale and retail, on tb« most accommodating terms, a'.'g 27__ French language. HENRY GUEGAN respectfully announces to hts friends and pupils that he will remote the tuition >f his Native Tongue on Monday next, in those institu* ions in wbi ch his services might he required at that ime< also to ladies and gentlemen forming themselves nlo classes-or desirous to take private lessons. Uia erma, as formerly, vety moderate. Newton’. City Hotel, August 27—eo3t Chlorine Tooth l*a»tc, PEPPERMINT Lozenges, Mexican Black [.ead (a aupeiior article,) just received and for sale by 8 mo 27 _ WILLIAM 8TAULBB. Notice. A I.L those who have got Books from the Library of .m. Win. M. Jones' Female Seminary will please to return them the first week in September. There are Detween thirty and forty volumes out, among which ' ire six volumes of Harper's Family Library, a volume Df Josephus, and one of Plutarch’s Lives, tug 27—St _ NoWcc. BLACKWOOD, The Metropolitan, and the Foreign Quarterly Review. Subscribers are requested to call and get Nos. 16, it, 18, and 19. aug 27 WM. M. MORRISON* SALES AT AUCTION. BY GEORGE WHITE. Nolle©. 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 John R. Hayden, administrator with the will an-*! xened of Benjamin Belter, Junior, deoeased, I and othets, Plaintiff*, m y Mary Hollingsworth, executrix of Frances Hot- I lingaworth, deceased, who was executrix of I Jane Hollingsworth, deceased, Ac. Defendants. J The subscriber will offer for sale, at public auction, on Pridav, the 23<1 day of August next, the following VALUABLE PROPERTY-that is to sty. 1. The BRICK TENEMENT & ijdl.OT OP GROUND on the west side of lE Fairfax street, between Prince and Duke _Istreetj, formerly occupied by Evan P. Faylor as a coach-maker's shop; and the Ground be tween the north gable wall of the said tenement and he line of the lot lately occupied by Nicholas Hings on—in front on Paitfax street 55 feet, more or less; in lepth 123 feet 5 inches 2. The VACANT LOT adjoining the said >rick tenement on the south, extending to Reuben lohnson's line; in front 18 feet, more or leas; in depth 123 f.-e’ 5 inches. 3. A RENT IS FEE of £4 10j lit/, Vir. finia currency, charged on a lot 14 feet 6 inches in font, adjoining No 1 on the south, being part of the lot brmerly occupied by Nicholas Kingston 4. Three VACANT LOTS, 28 feet 5 inches n front each, in depth 123 5, on the east side of Royal treet, between Prince and Dnke streets. The tale will begin at 5 o'clock, P. M , in front of lie brick tenement on Fairfax street. One third of he purchase money to be paid in cash; the residue in hree equal instalments of 3, 6, and 9 months, with in* crest from the day of sale. For the deferred pay* >ents, bonds, with good security, will be required, jy 23—(Its U. 1. TAYLOR, Commissioner. |r_7* The above sale is postponed till Satur* ay, 7th October; to take place at tbesam. hour. ■t'g "7 leal Yifttale near Alexan&rlft FOR SALE. 1—The “ MEADOWS,”* valuable F irm, bounded on the north by the l.ittle Hiver Turnpike Itoad, and on the east by _Holmes'Hun, three miles from Alexandria, nd immediately south of the flour mill of Mr. Miller, 'hiii farm contains 253 teres, i« chiefly low land of oo<l qnlitv, partially in cultivation. 2.—“LOMAX,” a Farm on Turkey-Cock tun, airiit two miles west of the one shore described, ontaining 352 acres, now in cultivation, in the occu ancy of a tenant. 5, 4, 5.—Three small TRACTS of UNIM UOVKD LAND, containing 100, 109, and 98 acres, /ing on the Mount Vernon and Southern Host Hoad, •itliin three mile* of Alexandria. The above described property will be sold on aeco io lating terms, as to price and credit For further articular* inquire at the Bank of Alexandria. ISAAC BOBBINS, Agent. atig 22— rnlmbwtf .. ■ ■ - - ■ i rUST received, a fresh supply of Landreth's Gar den Seeds, suitable for the present tnd approach tg season; among which are, of CABBAGE, early ork, large york, sugar loaf, flat Dutch. Bergen, drum, ead, drumhead savoy, and curled savoy; of CAULI FLOWER, early and late, of BROCCOLI, purple ape, sulphur, and white; of LETTUCE, white cos, reen cos, royal cabbage, early cabbage, and early urled; of TURblP, early Dutch and red top: alao. GERMAN KALE or BORECOLE, SPINACH, irickly, for winter, Ac. On hand, a variety of other ieeda from Landreth's Establishment. As the seeds which become too old to vegetate are miformly returned to the proprietor* in Philadelphia, hose which remain for aale are slwaya fresh. WM STABLER. Subscription* received for Landreth's Florsl Mags ine. (Warrenton Spectator)_8 mo 23 ttoclOT WYtetVWTlgllt nflLL hereafter practice Physic, Surgery, he. in W Alexandria- At present he may be found at ir. Clagett'a Boarding House, corner of Prince and It. Aaaph street*. August 16,1833.