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* '.*9 ' “ Fait ce qu'il fatU, arrive ce qu'il pourra Tfii* LixExefe smmetcudia.? sairjuEBJBi si» &38& s?w 3Mm *i®». ie-st®. aaoa. PH S NIX GAZETTE PUBLISHED. DAILY, BY EDGAR SNOWDEN, jt m per annum, payable half yearly. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE ff()R THE COUNTRYJ IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY QN TUESDAY. THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, jt ^5 per annum, payable in advance. Terms of Advertising: iJvertriem-'nt* neatly and conspicuously inserted at the rite of one dollar per square for the first three in* tern ms, a 1 twcntv five cents for every subsequent iirrti m. a reasonable deduction will be made in the cise uf yearly advertisers. Ali alvert'sements published in the Daily paper ap icu in the Country paper For Freight. Mje T!ic Brig ALEXANDRIA, Captain Rife, tXi *>ll be rr»dy for a cargo of about 1000 barrel * Wednesday vest. A freight for the West Indies or »5‘iu' *n port will be preferred lull _ A C* CAZENOVF. 8t Co For Freight, tfk The v-hoonr• POTOMAC, Asa Bears. Jr. nastcr- She carries about 9vQ barrels, and will tier v to receive a rargo in a few days. A|»plv to dec i7 S MKSSKItf WITH. For Ao\ft\rrCLRu\. f he A T copper f*«.ten*d and copperdd Brit* .1. Brig HrKE OF CLARENCE. Fenwick, nuit r. a ill take small freight} for wh ch apply to dre 9_ W . POWLK A Co For \*rk. L The school er BALTIMORE. Hiram Cults, £ outer, will take aome light treight. Apply to C,p >iii Cults, on board, or to iwu a c CAimorm tea. For Freight. The new schooner H.lLCYON, Capt Ja bp^-nicson. will take a rreigiit for tin West Indies 3i a 'outhern port decS A R. CA/.KNOVE k Co. CAutae & V a^tr. | /1 Cask* Cheese, of prime quality IU 91 r-ams Wrapping Paper Received per schooner President, from New York, •*ir sale by MclCKNZIK, Union wharf, dec 17___ tit out id Alum AttU aftuat "'IWkik Bushels Ci-ound Alum Salt, the cargo of 0* P\H F the schooner Biltimore, Captain Cults, for ale atom wharf, in lots to suit purchasers dec 10 A- C CAZKNOVE St Co. lieneaea Hout and ttuck\M\\fci\l r<t Bbls Genesee Familv Flour Dir CO q :>&!«. Buckwhest do Landing fsom schr. Portsmouth and for sale by dec 13 sTKPHKN SHINN, Jam.ey'a wharf. Vat is afloat. (\j Tons Plaster Paris, the cargo of the schooner I Potomac, for sale by 5. MEcJSEHSMI I H. kc 13 ___ VAuiva # nC. SMITH offers for sale, on moderate terms, a • ♦‘nil assortment of CIIlXJi Lf G Ld SSlVAhE, -F late importation and newest fashions. Dinirg and Tea Sets, ol every quality India China, in dining seta or separately Rich Cut and Plain Glassware Rich cut and plain HaM Lamps .V few Knglish Astral Lamps Wall Mid Reading Lamps I hied Castors, silver mounted. dec 14 Drugs, Stc. \''\’II.L\ R-an, of excellent quality Kuwamt'stonic mixture for the fever and ague Jiiiubf paste in sheets and boxes 'V■star's cough loz-nge*»; Jackson's pectoral do ‘•(impound svrup <if liverwort for cnughs and h tarsencss; liquorice ball of first quality English peppermint^ l*o Fruit £ Lozenges l»o Ginger j Jutl'es's chlorate matches for smokers, in pocket c**e«; Wat'*»’s chlorate matches ti-rman tapers; machine do ‘■upping instruments Best French sulphate of quinine Menrt's calcined magnesia, genuine london do do light London do do ponderous Adhesive plaster, spread, of superior quality; pre. pared by a celebrated manufacturer in England Nail brushes and tooth brushes, an assortment Soda for washing; scented bar soap English scented soaps, a variety l*»\den’s balsam for tf * tooth ache r're King's tooth nche drops Edinburgh tooth ache paste ‘-’hlorine tooth wash; do do paste Moxon’s magnesian aperient, a pleasant medicine Soda water J . .... Saratoga do^>n bottles Preston salts; English pungent* English flesh brushes; long pepper; blue saucers heat Bermuda arrow root Mexican black lead foi cleaning stoves, a superior article; Paris white; nursing bottles Swann’s panacea; do vermifuge 1 fusses of various kinds and for persons of differ «ut ages, a full assor.ment Surgeons’instruments; patent pump syringes Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, prepared b) * process that extracts and retains the ac tive part of the medieine. rtiia it an excel lent remedy for the Rheumatism, King's Evil, and for the depraved state of the system pro duced by ulcers of long standing. '‘•dalmost every other article in the DRUG LISE. The subscriber respectfully informs Physicians and -'hers that he selects or prepares, as the case may be, * articles which he offers for sale, with unremitting pennon, endeavoring to have every medicine that from his store of the first quality in all reapects, * put up in the safest and neatest manner WILLIAM STABLER. |‘tb mo 15th, 1833, [Warrenton Spec.l FOR CONGRESS HALL AT 11 O’CLOCK! A COACH will this day be started expressly for the accom modation of persons visiting Con gress and Washington City, leav ing Behzhoover’ & Co.'s Office, Royal street, 5 or 6 doors below Newton's City Hotel, and the Franklin House Hotel, every day at 11 o’clock A. M for Wash ington—and returning, leave the Office adjoining G&dsby'a Hotel every evening at 4| o'clock. Those visiting Congress will have sufficient time to hear the debates, and after the House adjourns, return home to supper. Seats can be secured up and down; and pas sengers set down at the Capitol and called for again. The hours of departure here er fur Washington and Balti uMnuabfig more will bear follows, viz: ¥ ¥ W rA4 84 o’clock, A. M. 11 do A U. 34 do P M. Returning from Washington—9 o'clock, A. M. 34 do P. M. 44 do P- U Passengers going to Baltimore will always meet with a direct convey ance through, without any detention whatever. For seats be particular to apply at Ueltz hoover n Co's Office, Royal atreet; at the Franklin House Hotel; and at R. II. Harrington’s SteamDoat Ho tel, near the Wharf—and in Washington, at the Office adjoining Ga^aby'sHotel G M BilUCF,, Agent. ffj* Carriages and llor-es fur hire. Apply at the Office. dec 18 G. VI. H. .Voiite The PIEDMONT MAIL, yfl»%^^jiS^^(Smith*g Cine) will, o . Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, leave Warrenton at 7 o’clock VI. and reach Alexandria at 4 P. VI. 'Iltix will save nigh tra veiling those days It will, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, leavf Alexandria for Waahingtun at half alter 4 P. VI punc tually. It will. or. Sunday. 'V t-dnesdav, and Friday, leave Alexandria for Washington at 11 A- M promptly. d_ec_14-tf___WW. SMITH. WHoWce. Steamboat POTOMAC, _ Joseph Nevitt, roaster, be* ing in complete order, will, onFridavZtn^^^Mnstant, resume running to Nor folk and Hichmo-.d -leaving the City of Washington at 3, and Alexandria at 4 o’clock, P M. Returning, leave Hichmond on Tuesday morning, and Norfolk on Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock. Fare to Norfolk, including meals, • 17 Oo to Hichmond. do • 9 maylS NATH. WATI I.K9, Agent. •Volice. The steamboat FREDE RICKSBURG, Captain B J. Jenkins, having been thoro ughly repaired, has again re sumed her route between the District and Baltimore. She will continue to leave Washington, during the present season, every Sunday morning at 5, and Alex andria at 7 o'clock; and returning, will leave Baltimore on Wednesday at 4 P. • ; touching at the usual pla cesonthe Kiver for passengers or ligld freight T\\fe CoVuAwbia. The Steamer COLUM BIA, James Mitchell, master, will continue, during the remainder of the present season, to leave Hiltimore for the District every Saturday, at 4 o’clock P. M. Returning, leave Georgetown every Wednes day at 3. Washington at 6. and Alexandria at 7 o'clock M- Freight and p.is age as usual._«ept -8 To iUt Grew! FftU*. The Canal Packet Bout GEORGE _ _ WASHING TOSI has commence i tier regular trips, on lucsda>s and Fridas s, for the Great Falls or Crommelin. starting from Frederick Street Bridge (Georgetown) at 8 o’ clock, A. M.. and returning the same day at or before sunset Fare to and from Crommelin, 30 cents. The Canal is now in fine order, and the country pre• scuts a beautiful appearance. To those who are fund of a short excursion, and desire a short relaxation from business, atrip to the Great Falls offers a most delight ful treat. Parties, on any other daya of the week, can be accommodated, by giving a abort notice or applica tiontothe proprietor, living on Third street, George town Z. M. OFFUTT. aiifi* 5 —tf •MAdiWebvirg V'emule ScihWv AND BOARDING. MHS E. 8. GILLETT begs leave to tender hrr thanks to her patrons for the liberal encourage ment she hits received, and to inform the public that she will continue her SCHOOL in Uiddleburg the next year, in which will be taugnt the usual branches of an English Education, embracing Grammar, Geo gtmphy, Arirhmetic, Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, and Rhetoric; to which will be added Plain and Ornamental Needle Work All the varieties of Shell Work Wax Fruit and Flowers Velvet Painting and Ebony Work. Mist G is prepared to accommodate six or eight Young Ladies with BOARD, on reasonable terms. TUITION FEES For the lower branches • . 112 per annum For Grammar and the higher branches 16 do For either of the Ornamental • 5 do For all of them • 15 do Instruction on the PIANO FORTE will be given by a lady from Washington, who is highly recommend ed for her qualifications in that department, at rwaira hollass for the course. The rituation of this School is believed to be as heal thy as anv other; and parents and guardians disposed to commit young ladies to the charge of Miss G. may rest assured that every exertion will be used to rfrj-' charge her duties with fidelity. Middlebnrg, Loudoun County, Nov. 20, 1833. nov 21—3w Office, Alexandria, D. C. Dee. 13, 1833. UNTIL further notice is given, the Southern Mail will be closed at this Office at i past 7 o’clock, A. M. dec 14—dlw A CHEAP BOOT AND 8HOE STORE. JH. WHITE ha* received, by recent ar # rivals from the North, a considerable ad dition to his Stock, which enable* him to offer almost every article in the BOOT and SHOE line, either'wholesale or retail, upon the best terms, and particularly cheap for Cash. Among them are. Men's calf sewed Boots, lit, 2 d and 3 d quality Da calf pegged do Do nailed Boots [cheap] [tich Do fireman's waterproof Boots [an excellent ar Do coarse pegged Boot* Do calf seuxd iand nailed Slipper Boots Do calf sewed, pegg d, and nailed Wunroes Do Kip and grata leather do Do coarse pegged Brogans and Shoes Do gum elastic and leather Over Shoes v Boys’ calf sewed und pegged Monroes Do calf sewed Shoes Ladic »’ gaiter and leather Boots D> fur trimmed gum elastic Shoes Do calf seal, and morocto Walking Shoes Do seal and lasting Slippers and Jtffersons Misses' and children’s Boats and Bootees various kinds Also. Hair Trunks Seal Daps, Wc tSfc Made to order, Ladies and Gentleman’s Boots and Shoes, of the best materials and workman ship. dec 18 ~ HATsTcAPsT&c. &c.!!J JOHN T. EVANS respectfully informs his old customers and the public generally, that he has on hand a splendid sssortmeut of superior BLACK. HATS, of all shapes and qualities, manufactured by journeymen of long and well tried experience. A« he keeps no apprentices, he can therefore, with confidence, recommend any work which may leave his shop. He has just received, bv the last arrivals from Boston and elsewhere, C APS of latest fashion* and of best workmanship and materials; among them will be found Youth’s and Men’s Cloth Caps, uf a variety of patterns. Also, a few do zen Ladies’ Cloth Riding Caps, a new and beau i tiful article. He continuts to keep LADIES’ I FURS of every kind, such as Fur Stocks, Boa Constrictors, &.c. &r. i And Fur Skins for gentlemen’s cloak collars.. He is now mauofactoring LADIES’ BEAVER ! | BONNE TS of the latest fashion, which are , thought handsomer than any thing of the kind i ever before offered to the public. All of which he will dispose of, on accommodating terms. I nnv 28— <l3m Hat* & V3ax>*—\a\^»t V ftshions THOMAS L. M AllTIN, at his o'd stand on King, three doors above Fairfax street, lias on hand an extensive assortment «>f HATS of the latest Fashion, and alltl e variety of shapesand qualities that are worn, manufactured under his own immediate inspection, by the moat _ _ experienced workmen. Having .sold out his establishment in Washington, his whole attention will he devoted to his business in Alex andria! and he i* determined to have his work got up ! in a s'yle that will give satisfaction. He has also a Urge supply of TRAVELLING CAPS, comprising all thetrariciy of the season, viz. -Sea Ot trr, Mock otter, Cloth, Hair, Seal, &c. All of which ! he will sell on pleasing terms, wholesale or retail. Hosiers are invited to call and examine his stock. C\\fcat* for Oaa\v OZBN JOSSF.t.YN, Agen', (corner of King and ftoyal streets, opposite Wright i3* Maddox,) re spectfully informs Ins friends and the public, that he has on hand, and continues to minufar.ture, first, me dium and low quslitv, SUPERIOR BLACK HATS, which, for color and durability, will compare fSEs with any found in the District. ALSO. A variety of CAPS of the different fashions. A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. All kinds of Furs purchased. OlJ hats taki n in pari pay for new one*. dec 2^ tYva Thief V—‘Atop tUa TIHEF!! V DARING villain entered my stable on the night of Wedneadav. the 20th of this month, and atole n>y RIDING HORSE, SADDLE, BRI OLE, « \KTINGALE and COLLAR — The Horse is about sixteen hands high, seven or eight jcars old next spring; of dark iron grey color, with a long and full switch tail, which is white t -wards the end; he has large lega, is of coarse and heavy appear inre, but ride9 well for one of his size; has a blister on thv right side, occasioned by a saddle scald, winch was bare when he was sto len He carries his fore feet so dose as to cut his an cles, unless great curt- is taken in shoeing him, and marks now appear on them made by his shoes. The Saddle is old, with plated stirrups, much efTac ed, an I a cloth of twilled cotton, spotted, and some what resembling a leopar-1 skin The llridle has red leather reina and snaffle bit; snd the Martingale is of red leather, with plated books. About two o’clock on t'hursdty morning, the 21st instant, a man about 5 feet 10 or II inches high, of •pare figure, thin visage, of g- nteel and youthful ap pearance, with dark hair, was seen in Alexandris, I). C. by the watchmen of the town, riding a horse of the shove description, which, from his appearance, had been rode fast. The watchmen describe this man as pert in his manner, and of quick speech—he wore a cloth cap, with a large tassel, and a dark camlet cloak; his departure from Alexandria waa sudden, and circum stances justify the belief thst be went towards Wash ington. and thence Northward For the recovery of the Horae, I will give a reward of j Thirty Dotiara, and the additional sum of Fifty Dollar* for the conviction af the Thief Any information on thia subject may be communicat ed to Bernard Hooe, of Alexandria, at I expect to be absent from home for several weeks. JOHN HOOE, Junr Of Locust Grove, Prince William Co. Va. dec 2—eotf _ 81 \5\jfc8 8bH. a <*! | w\ < \ Bushels of Bright St Ubes Salt, for 1 / oUlfU sale on board ship Maryland, at my wharf. HENRY DA1NGERPIELD. dec 11 [National intelligencer 3H &£\eiuW& lfurintuYfc. CHARLES KOONES, Cabinet, Chair and Sofa Malur, King, next door to the corner of Alfred street. HAS on hand, and constantly manufacture* a gene* ral assortment of FASHIONABLE CABINET FURNITURE Which, for elegance and durability,defies competition. Ilis stock, generally consists of Grecian and plain sofas, couches and lounges Mahogany and all kinds of drawing-room chairs Grecian, winged and single wardrobes Pedestal-end sideboards with marble tops and mirort Gothic and various other ditto Pier tables, with marble and mahogany topa Filler and block dining, card and breakfasttablea do claw do do do do Plain do do do do do Centric or loo Qo Frenchand variou other bureaus, with anu without mirrors Ladiesdressing tables, with and without mirrors Ditto workstamls and music stools Ditto ami gentlemen's abinet, secretaries and book esses Washstands, with marble and mahogany tops Richly carved and plain mahogany, bird eye, and curl maple and common beadsteads Criba, cradles,candleatanda,shaving do^po*tabledeak« and every other article in the cabinet line. LIKEWISE, Mahbgany of various kinds, steam sawed, curl and ■haded veneers,copal vainish,sacking bottoms,corda, BODS. Xtt&TraikSSBS.&O. The above articles will be disposedoffor cash or to ! punctual persons on the most liberal terms. Avery extensive patronage from Washington indu*j cea me tossy,that 1 vill deliver furniture (oany pur* chaserin that city free ofexpence. Turning <$• Carving executed in Ihebestmanmr« mav «4U Cabinet, Cbair, and MANUFACTORY. JAMES GREEN, Caomet maker, hasonha 1, and will constantly keep, at liis old stand o. Royal ■t., Alexandria,ami at thecorneroflOth ft., i ennsyl vmia, Avenue. Washington, a genera ass«j. ;ent •» The most fashionable 8,- durable FUR Nl) /RE, which he will warrant equal, if not supi r.or, ii.f quality, to anv ever offered in the District:- Consist mg, i n part, of Grecian, winged and plain wardrobes Gothic, pedestal end and plain sidebos is Ditto, with cellaretts and marble slabs French and plain bureaus Dressing do with mirrors Ladies’ and gentlemen's secretaries ai.d book* cas«» Pier table, with marble and mahogany opt Pillar and claw dining, breakfast fc car tables Plain do do do do do Ladies’ work stands Shaving and candle stands Wash itands with nsrble «nd mahogany tops Grecian sofas; mahogany chairs Music stools, bidet's, cribs, cradles Portable writing dc’Xs, Ac. fVilh a general assortment of BEDS'/ EADS, o newly carved mahogany, maple and stained woods All of which will be >«.d as low, for cash, as they can be purchased ot the same quality atany other manufactory in the Union. Also, An assortmen of St. Domingo and Ray of Hon* duras Mahogany, a part of whicl is suitable for handrails; steam sawed Curl and Shaded Veneers; Copal Varnish of a superior quality j Sucking Bottoms, Cords, Ac, - TURNING S," CARVING handsomely executed ) UU Wi) I S\*Y\\eu 6. longer, IN tendering his sincere ackimwh dgcmenls to his friends and the public for past patronage, respect fully informs them that he still continues to m&nufac ture. and has now on hand, BEDS, MATTRASSES, SOFAS k CHAIRS, AND CABINET FURNITURE, of good materials and workmmship, which he will dis pose of upon reasonable terms The public are solicited to call, before they pur« chase elsewheie, at his UPHOLSTERING AND CABINET WARE ROOM, on King street, between Columbus and Henry streets, where lie will satisfactorily execute all orders for arti r.les in either of the above branches. Repairs in either line done neat, cheap, and expeditiously, oct 8—tf __ ttur&Vfci HAVING taken his brother. THOMAS T. HUR Dl,K. into partnership, will continue at the old stand, aouth-west corner of King and Columbus streets, to carrv on their business ss CHAiR MANUFACTURERS AND ORNA MENTAL PAINTERS, And where they will make, and keep constantly for sale, at fair prices, . a1***! A general assortment of Gre cian, Fancy and Windsor im, CHAIRS. The public are resp. ctfutly invited ! call and examine their present aa | Jf ■ sortment. They feel assured that they , I I will befound not to be inferior, either | in the dursbd.ty of their materials or the neatness of j their execution, to those of sny other manufac’urer in the District. They will execute Sign and Ornamental Painting and Gilding, ! in all their various branches, on the most accommodat ing terms. . „ .. OLD CH AIRS will be taken in part payment for new ones, or will be repaired or re painted at the shortest notice. Chairs purchased at this manufactory will be sent, free ofexpense.to any part of the District. nov 23—tf ___. Farm tor sale. 1 WISH to sell a FAR M, containing 311 ACRES, adjoining my residence. It is heavily limbered, and ha» on it a variety of fine Fruit. A great bargain may be had if immediately applied for. i Fairfax County, Va. 8. F. DITLANT. SALES AT AUCTION Ij&ndfot SI will sell the TRACT OF LAND owned t>> the Ute Jno Summer*, in Fairfax County, Virginia, equally distant ftom Alex andria, Georgetown, and Washington, being Vea miles from each, and in my immediate neighborhood, containing ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES, by deed, with a sufficient supply of wood There is on the land a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE — The Farm was, during (he life-time of Mr. Summers, one of the moat profitable in the neighborhood, and may agair, with good husbandry, be onie a pleasant and profitable residence. The land will be shown to an> person wishing to examine it, by the tenant, Mr, Straw ther, or myself If not arid before Tuesday, the 3d of December, i’ will then be sold to the highest bid der, on the premises. The term*, in either case, will be—one third in hands the balance in two equal annual payments, with int. rest. JNO. DUL1N, Administrator de bonis non, with the will annexed, of Jno. Summers, deceased. I.ow (fill, (Fairfax County, Va ) fry* The above aale will be postponed until Friday, the ‘27th of December, if fmir—if not, the next fair day. nov 29 —ta Land tor bu\e. I OFFER for tale my Plantation called CLOVEd LAND, lying in Ilia County ot Prince William, 35 miles distant from Alexandria and Washington. It contains 1200 ACRES% Hat on it a large DWELLING* HOUSE, Ham, and other improvement?, and an excellent Mill Sext, on which a Saw Mill is erected. The land has been well tilled, and for several years paat improved by the tue of clover and piaster) the effects of which are no where more visible, nr more fully proven It is divid ed into field* of an equal and convenient aixe, and un der the beat enclosure*. Thin Plantation ia justly eon lidered among 'he best in the upper country | its situa tion is healthful and beaut.'ul As purchasers wi I view the premises before making sn offer, farther particulars are deemed unnecessary If de sired, immediate possession may be given. Let ters addu ced to me (post paid) msv be directed to this place. CHARLES SHIRLEY CARTER. Richmond City, Oct. 10th, 1823. N. M. In my absence, Mr. Edmund Newman, Agent, on the premise*, will attend to gentlemen wishing to view the premises. _C. S. C. Tor %aU Exchange, The DWELLING HOUSE Of LOT; OF GROUND formerly occupied a* s Tavern, situ ated at the comer of King and St Asaph streets, known as the Indian Queen Tavern. This Establishment would be sold on very rraaonable terms, or exchanged for other real properly in the town. For terms apply to CATHARINE UKAWNEH. dec 14- tf _ EiftrtA\ftivwftYe CYilnft, &©. ROBERT H. MILLER lla* ju*t received, per Brig flelviders, 90 CRATES ff HOGSHEADS, being pari of hi* Fall supplies of Earthen ware and China, which enables him to offer an extensive an l very handsome assort ment ol goods m his line. Blue, brown, j.ink printed Dinner Sevices cheap |)o do do Plates of all sixes Do do do and purple Pitchers, Mug*, Ac. Do do do Ewers A Basins, and Toilet Sets Blue and green edg.-d Ware, in all ita varieties P re proof Baking llisht-s and Hat<-s, superior Or-«m colored Plate#, Dishes, lia-ins, Bowls, Ac. China t ea sets and Cups and Saucers, in an unu sual varieN a- to sh«p> s and patterns China i'ltcher*, new and aupi ro shapes, richly gilt Do Mug* i lain and gilt, very rich Country m.-rchants and other* are earnestly invited to call, a» it (I M. is anxious to reduce his slock, which i* now unutusl y large 9ih mo 9'h, 1813/__. CVuitt and li’sarVhtfcu'waTe. HC SMITH h*s received, per Brig Uelvidera, • from Liverpool, and offer* fursale.on the low eet termt, wholesale or retail— h f% Crates of Earthenware and China ^9 boxes English Pipes, 3 grace each Alio on hand, received lately, making bia assortment very complete snd extensive— 1.50 crates and hogsheads China, 60 packages Glassware, cut,plain and moulded 150 boxes German Pipes Window Glass, every size and quality Black Bottles, pint and quart Demijohns, fr-jm quart to five gallon Stoneware of an excellent quality Furnaces, cased and plain India China, in complete sets or any one arti cle separately—a full asaortment Boston Crown Glass, at Factory price Merchants snd dealer* are particularly invited to call und examine the ware and prices, as every atten tion will be paid to render satisfaction. _sept 16 HENRY’S COMMENTARY ON THE BI BLE, in 3 vols, price 810 and 812; su per royal 8vo fine paper, handsomely bound in extra sheep, with raised band* and spring-backs, with practical remarka and observations, now greatly improved by a new arrangement of the sacred text in aepsrate verses, at the heads of the pages, and the insertions of the Polyglott‘mar ginal readings and references—to which is pre fited a Preface, by Archibald Alexander, D. I) , a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. Samuel Palmer, and an elegant Portrait from a ateel en graving. In order to enaure the correet execu tion of this valuable commentary, it haa, at extra expense, been carefully compared with aeveral <4 the most approved editions, and prepAred fur tfM press from Baxter’s London edition of 1811, (»aUi to be the most correct edition ever publish ed) edited by the Bee. Geo. Burder and Rev. ! Robert Hughea, A. m. Just received bv 1 dec i8 wm. m. Morrison.