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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
EDGAR SNOWDEN,
.» 89 per annum, payable half yearly.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
CPOR THE COUNTRY)
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY,
At 65 Per annum, payable in advance.
Terms of Advertising:
Advertisements neatly and conspicuously inserted at
the rate of one dollar per square tor the first three in
sertions, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent
insertion. A reasonable deduction will be made in
the case of yearly advertisers. ______
Wllill ■ ■■§ —»1»|r1
FOR FREIGHT.
The new Schooner WILLIAM\ Stevbns,
^J^master, carries about 500 barrels.
AlsO)
-The Schooner PHEBE . SALL Y,
j4I4£Fujker, master, carries about 800 barrels.
Both vessels will be ready for cargo in two days,
jan 22 Apply to W. FOWLE & Co.
’ " FOR FREIGHT.
rfsr The Schooner ANTI, Capt. Nickerson,
fc&IXtows 600 barrels. A Southern freight, or
one to the West Indies, would be preferred. Ap
ply to jan 22 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
"" FOR NEW ORLEANS.
The Packet Brig TRIBUNE, Captain
4U£8mith, will 3ail (should the river remain
open) on Tuesday, 28th instant. For passage
only apply to
FRANKLIN, ARMF1ELD & CO.
jan 23~ts_
FOR FREIGHT. '
rfxs. The Schooner MARY JANE, Captain
4UtfD. Rich, burthen about 500 barrels, will be
ready in two days. A Southern freight will be
preferred. Apply to
A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
For sale, the cargo of the Schooner Mary Jane,
2000 bushels Ground Alum Salt
1U bundles Sheet Iron
75 plates of Boiler Iron
10 tons of Plaster_ jan 21
1 I FOR FREIGHT”
The Schooner PULASKI, Smith, mas
a&yiter, carries 800 whole barrels, will be ready
for cargo in two daysj one for the West Indies
• preferred. Apply to L. McKENZIE,
jan 21 .'Union wharf.
forsavannah.
rfK The Schotmer ALCYON, Captain Ja
mieson, will sail as soon as the navigation |
is clear. For light freight or passage, having
good accommodations, apply to the Captain on
board, at Union Wharf, or to
jan 15A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
tfor Am»itor£Lam.\
The A 1 eopper*f**itent-d and copperdd Brit*
Brig DUKE OP CLARENCE, Fenwick,
master, will take small freight* for wh ch apply to
dec 9 'V. FOWLE & Co*
BEEp & PORK.
PRIME Beef and Pork, for sale by
jan 22 W. FOWLE & Co.
• . FOR SALE,
Landing from Schooner Anti, Capt. Nickerson,
Boxes Soap and Candles
O I 40 barrels No. 2 and 3 Mackerel
10 half barrels No. 1 do
ian 22 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
CANDLES & SOAP.
1 ftft Boxes Mould Candles, Winchester
•IvU brand, and assorted sizes
* 50 boxes Soap
Landing from schooner Phebe & Sally, for
•ale by jan 22 W. FOWLE & Co.
PLASTER PARIS.
% AA Tons Plaster, afloat,' for sale by
1UU jan 22_W. FOWLE & Co.
NAILS.
| Casks, assorted sizes, landing from the
103 schooner William,.for sale by
jan 22 W. FOWLE & Co.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
1 Q Hogsheads New England Rum, landing
JL O from schooner William, for sale by
jan 82 _W. FOWLE & Co.
BUTTER.
Z.A Firkins Shenandoah Butter, for sale at a
reduced price.
jan21CLAGETT & PAGE.
RIO COFFEE.
| X Bags Rio Coffee, part very superior, just
. ^received and for sale by
jan 18_WILLIAM N. McVEIQH.
AIR-SLACKED LIME,
POR manure and other purposes.
jan 16JOSIAH H. DAVIS.
WHISKEY.
9^ Hogsheads of Whiskey, received per
JT steamboat Columbia, landing thi9 day and
or sale by A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
WHISKEY.
1 ft hogsheads Baltimore Whiskey, for sale
by STEPHEN SHINN,
_ Jan M _Janney’s wharf.
MECHANICS’ BANK PAPER,
ft ft ftft Dollars, in Mechanics7 Bank pa
Wv Y U W for sale by
Jan 11 _6. MESSERSMITH.
- ,CiDER & APPLES.
I ft Rarrels Newark Cider
barrels Pippin Apples
' ia m2?^°°ner Virginia, for sale by
_jan 11 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney7s wharf.
A CEDAR POSTS. -
lft pedar Posts, of excellent quality', some
'fee, for saie.
ist mo io ROBT. H. MILLER. 1
PRY GOODS.
CWrYea Bennett
HAS received by the Brig Belvidera, from Liver
pool, and other arrivals—
Point blankets, all sixes
10-4 11-4 and 12-4 rose blankets
12-4,13-4 and 14-4 best family blankets
5-4 fine Bath blankets
Shoe thread in bales, various qualities
Patent colored and W. B thread
Clarkes Mile-End, London, first quality spool and
ball cotton
English black g-Moons, single and double width
Baizes and flannels
Kerseys, drab cloths and flushings
Cloths, kerseymeres and vestings
Black and colored circassiaus ,
First quality camblets
Furniture calicoes and dimities, very handsome
An assortment"bf printed and Madras hdkfs
Black Italian cravats and sewing silk
Merino and cotton hose, of all qualities
Hemming’s old patent and silver eyed W. C. nee
dles
Gilt pins, 4. 4$ and 5
A handsome assortment of gilt buttons
Ginghams; cambric muslins
Plain and sprigged Swiss muslins
Swiss and jaconet hdkfs
Shad and hetring seine twine
OJ DOMESTIC GOODS, he has for «a/e—
A very handsome assortment of bedticka
Apron and furniture check?
Penitentiary plaids
Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels
Sattinetts
Bleached and unbleached cottons
-Cotton umbrellas
Beaverteens
Cotton carpeting; Lowell kerseys
An assortment of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
From the Shakers. sept 12
tioo&a.
VpASHINGTON & BRENT have received,by the
T* late arrivals from Philadelphia and New York,
A Handsome Assortment of FALL IVIN i
* - TER GOODS,
Consisting, in part, of—
Superfine blue black, Russell brown, invisible ■
green and mixed cloths; Petersham ditto
Blue black and fancy colored cassimcres
Blue and blue black silk velvets
Dark blue, brown, cadet and other mixed cassiuets ;
Rose, point and striped blankets
Domestic and other carpeting
Hearth rugs
Black and assorted cmlored bombazets
Do and assorted colored merino Circassians
Superfine black and colored French bombazines
Black and blue black Italian lustrings
Handsome colored gro de naps
Ladies* super black and assorted colored kid
gloves
Linen cambric hdkf-'i a great variety of fancy
bdkfs
Thibet wool cloth and merino hdkfs and shawls
4 4 & 6 4 bobincts and Grecian do ’ do
Bobinet and Grecianett quilling 4
Swansdown and Valencia vestings
Furniture prints, a great variety of fancy do
DOMESTIC GOODS:
Penitentiary and other plaids and stripes
Bed ticks; apron and furniture checks
Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels
Red, green, and drab do
Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings
20 bales cotton osnaburgs
Also,
Burlaps, No. 1, 2, 3. & 4; Scotch osnaburgs
Bear, Dutch, and Russia sheetings
And a great variety of other articles usual to be met
with in a dry goods store, all of which will be sold
low at wholesale or retail.
tif-nt —t-f
\V rig\n Si .Maddox
HAVE received, by late arrivals from Philadelphia
and New York, a very large and general assort
ment of
NEW <5* HANDSOME GOODS,
adapted to the present and approaching season*. They
invite their customers and the public to call and exa
mine for themselves.
52 pieces cloths, blue, black, rifle green, Russell
brown, plum, mulberry, claret, olive, drab
i and grey mixed
Blue, black artd fancy colored cassimeres, plain
and striped
Satinets, plain and striped
Petershams, various colors
Flushings and kerseys, heavy and stout made, for
servants
Linseys, plain, plaid and striped
Rose blankets. 8-4 to 13-4. very superior
Point and duffle ditto
Green and scarlet friezes and baizes, plain and
printed
White, red, green, scarlet and yellow flannels
Gauze flannels, extra quality
Canton do various colors
Goat’s hair and common camblets
Ladies’ camblets, a beautiful article for cloaks
French merinos, superior quality and desirable co
lors
English ditto, in great variety
Circassians, well assorted
Black and colored bombazets
French and English bombazines
Merino scarfs and shawls, warranted wool borders
Thibet shawls, 3-4 to 10-4, very handsome
Embroidered shawls, new style
Valencia and Prussian shawls
Satin fancy hdkfs, a new article, very rich
Silk do do
Italian lustrings (Matteoni’s genuine)
Do do colored, very beautiful
* Gros de Naples, plain and figured, in great variety
Florences, assorted colors
Double green and brown ditto, for bonnets
India and satin Levantines
Satins, various colors, plain and figured
Senchewsandsarsnets, uncommonly cheap
Silk velvets, black, blue black, maroon, green
purple and brown, for bonnets
Tabby velvets, vandus colors
Avery large assortment of super chintz and lo
priced calicoes
Mourning ginghams, handsome new style
Table diapers, 8-4 to 12-4; damask table cloths
Russia do; French napkins
frill liaeas l»way, very
---
Linen cambrics and linen cambric handkerchiefs
Checked anti striped muslins
Damask ditto, a beautiful article fyr curtains
Jaconet and cambric muslins
Swiss and book do, plain and figured
Grass cloth skirts, a new article
Silk and worsted hosiery
Mohair, merino and lamb’s wool ditto
Bead reticules and fancy baskets
Super Hosfcin and kid gloves
Long and short kid mittens
Fur trimmed and lined gloves
Pongee and Spittalfi ;ld handkerchiefs
Several boxes handsome bonnet ribbons
Bonnet camorics and reeds
Cut and plain velvet and other belt ribbons
Hearth rugs, floor and table mats
Fur tippets, in great variety
Allof which are off red on moderate and accommo*
dating terms. *_ ’_oct 11
Geo. S». \lvmg\v
HAS received a very general assortment of FALL
GOODS, viz:
Cloths and cassimeres
Super and common nattinetts
Plaid and plain linseys
Hose and point blankets
Woolen flannels; Canton do
Plain and figured baizes
Counterpanes, white and colored
Petershams, flushings and kerseys
Fine merino wool shirts
Guernsey frocks
Men’s white and colored lamb’s wool hose
Ladies* do do do do
Men’s super Angola do
-French and English merinos in great variety
Merino Circassians and bombazettcs
Bangups and beaverteens
Goat’s hair cambists and plaids
Hattinetts and colored cambrics
Fur capes and mantillas
Damask. Russia and bird’s eye diapers
Fine soft finish Irish linens
I man pj.tiKpip lirllrfe* linPTl rl r\ f rhpfin)
Corded skirts
Fine and common lawns
Bishop’* lawn, book and Swiss muslins
Domestic carpeting, hearth rugs
Blk lustrings, gro dc naps, variety of colors
Sattin levantinea, very cheap
White, pink, blue and blk sattins
Blk Poult de soie, a superior silk
Gro de Berlin _
Fancy lulkfs and shawls
Blk silk cravats
Gloves; m« n’s raw silk do
Uussia and Ii ish sheetings; burlaps
Bik, blue blk, green, purple and brown silk
velvets
Baudanno and fljgghilkfs some superior
Bound and fl it braid^
Black galloon and shoe ribbons
Black and colored lasting
B‘ue and green table covers; table oil cloth
Patent silver head pins
50 packs pins (low priced)
„ Hilditch’s superior spool cotton
Knitting yarn and boss
Fancy hair and other brushes
White and green -blonde veils; crash -
fHth a general assortment of DOMESTICS
30tfO lbs Cotton Yarn
Cotton Batts for quilts 9th mo 30
Fa\\ an A itiVe-r llnnAa.
Wvf. II. THOMPSON St CO. have just received
a further supply of
SEASONABLE GOODS.
Among them are the following:—
3-4, 4-4 and 6-4 printed and embnsacd Thibet
shawls and handkerchiefs
Merino shawls and scarfs, a large assortment, at
reduced prices
Cotton and worsted shawls and handkerchiefs
Ilernani, crape, silk, muslin, and other fancy
handkerchiefs
T.inen cambric hdkfs, some very fine
6-4 French, German and English merino9
5-8 and 3-4 black and colored English merinos, a
handsome assortment
nl.:.. J. M..„l_
A inui v*i w uv i » »
Best Mack Italian lustrings, very cheap
Black and blue black Poult de Soie
Black mode and colored Florences
Black and colored silk velvets
Ladies* and men's Hoskin gloves
Camoric and thread edgings
6-4 Grecian nett and Grecian nett footings
Boltings, a great varirty
Silk, cotton and worsted hosiery
Black and blue black Italian crapes
5-4 do do do do for veils
English and French black bombazines
50 pieces blue, black, mixed, Russel brown,
olive, mulberry, claret and green Cloths, cheap
10 pieces plain, printed a d ribb’d cassimeres
150 do low priced sattinetts, very cheap
30 do superfine do ver> handsome
White, red, green and scarlet flannels
Green carpet baizes
Rose, point. Buffle and striped blankets
A variety of coarse goods for negro clothing
j* 300 pieces low priced prints
Burlaps, cznaburgs and Russia sheetings
4-4 Irish linens and lawns
8-4 and 10-4 table diapers
Russia diapers and crash. ‘With
13 Packages DOMESTIC GOODS— such as
Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings
Red, yellow, brown and leadcol'd Canton flannels
Linseys, checks, penitentiary plaids, tickings
Cotton oznaburgs, &c- &c.; with many other ar
ticles.
Our assortment i9 very large, attd prices low. We
invite our friends and the public to call and examine
for themselves. oct 20
Goods.
JAMES McKENZIE & Co have received their
usual Fall Supply of
STAPLE 4* FANCY DRY GOODS,
and will add to it by the first New York arrivals.. The
change they have concluded upon making in their bu
siness induces them to offer every article in their as
sortment at REDUCED PRICKS. OCt 1 -dtf
JCotice.
fflHE subscribers, intending a removal from Alexan
1 dria to New York in the course of a very short
time, have to ask the favor‘of all persons indebted
to them to call and settle their respective account*, as
their business must be brought to a speedy close;
o$t 1—dtf Mg. McKEN&JE \g
HOME MANUFACTURE.
THE Washington Line and Cement Compa
ny have the pleasure to announce to the
public that they are. now prepared to furnish
Quicklime of superior quality, at their Kilns, on
the Canal basin, near Georgetown. All the
Company ask is, that full experiments may be
made by the scientific and practical part of the
community with the article they are now manu
facturing, as they feel assured it will meet pub
lic appropriation.
As soon as the Canal navigation opens, the
Company will also be able to furnish the Hy
drate of Lime, or Water Cement, of a quality
fully equal, if not superior, to any yet discov
ered in this country, or imported from abroad.
Washington, jan 20-^d2w
CAB MET MAKER,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the pub
lic generally that he has commenced the
CABINET MAKING BUSINESS
in all its various branches, at the north corner of King
and Colu inbus streets, in the house formerly occupied
by James k Jacob l)uugla9, where he hopes, by perse
verance and industry, in connection with an experi
ence in the above business for the last eight or ten
years, to merit a share of public patronage.
His FURNITURE will be made by experienced jour
neymen, after the latest fashion, and in the mo»t du
rable manner, which he will warrant to be equal to any
manufactured in the District of Columbia,
jan 9—3m___
CYiina and ti&rthfcuviATfc.
rf c. SMITH has received, per Brig Belvidera,
aS« from Liverpool, and offers for sale,on the low
est terms, wholesale or retail—
m JM Crates of Earthenware and China
50 boxes English Pipes, 3 groce each
Also on nand, received lately, making his assortment
very complete and extensive—
150 crates and hogsheads China, kc.
60 packages Glassware, cut plain and moulded
150 boxes German Pipes
VT lllU'iw
Black Bottles, pint and quart
Demijohns, from quart to five gallon
Stoneware of an excellent quality
India China, in complete sets or any one arti
cle separately—a full assortment
Boston Crown Glass, at Factory price
Merchants and dealers are particularly invited to
call und examine the ware and prices, as every atten
tion will be paid to render satisfaction aeP* ^_
Stephen ». Sanger,
IN endering his sincere acknowledgements to his
friends and the public for past patronage, respect
fully informs them that he still continues to manufac
ture. and has now on hand,
BEDS, M ATTRASSES, SOFAS & CHAIRS,
AND CABINET FURNITURE,
of good materials and workmanship, which he will dis
pose of upon reasonable terms
The public are solicited to call, before they pur«
chase elsewhete, at his
UPHOLSTERING AND CABINET WARE
ROOM,
on King street, between Co!umbu9 and Henry streets,
where he will satisfactorily execute all orders for arti
cles in either of the above branches. Repairs iu either
line done neat, cheap, and expeditiously.
oct 8 —tf _
Notice.
The PIEDMONT MAIL,
(Smith's Line) will, on Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, leave
VVarrenton at 7 o'clock A. M. and
reach Alexandria at 4 P. M. This will save nigh tra
velling those days
It will, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, leave
Alexandria for Washington at halt alter 4 P. M punc
tually.
It will, or. Sunday, W ednesday, and Friday, leave
Alexandria for Washington at 11 A. M promptly,
dec 14—tf WM. SMITH.
Cabinet, t'iiuiv mu\ Sofa
MANUFACTORY,
On King street, next door to Washington street.
LEONARD O.COOK respectfully informs his friends
and the public generally that he has comoienced
the above business in all its various branches. His
Furniture, which, for neatness and workmanship, he
warrants equal to any ever offered in the District, will
be sold low for cash, or to punctual persons on the
most liberal terms Persons wishing to purchase are
respectfully invited to call and examine for themselvrs.
TURNING & VARNISHING handsomely exe
cuted Old Furniture neatly repaired, and all orders
punctually attended to. _oct 10—3m
Virginia Real Estate Brokerage and Ge
neral Agency Office,
Fourteenth street, (a few doors from Main street,) near
Byrd's Warehouse, RICHMOND, Va.
A N Office under the above title has been recpntly
A established, and is now open, in Richmond, Va.,
in connection with the Emigrant Agency Office, New
York, for the purpose of making purchases, effecting
sales and leases of and loans on Real Estate and other
propertv; also attending to a General Brokerage and
Agency Business. Also connected with an established
Agency Office in the City of New Orleans, La., for mak
ing purchases and effecting sales of NEGROES (male
and female ) Therefore, owners who have Slaves cal
culated for a Southern market, comprising stout, heal
thy, and active Mechanics, Field Hands, General La
borers, House Servants, and Family Domestics, from
10 to 25 years of age, can, through the medium of this
Office, find speedy ca^h sales.
N B. All personal or written applications will meet
■with due attention.
P S No letters or communications taken from the
Post Office unles* post paid.
JAMES McFALL & Co.
dec 10—3m _Richmond, Va.
New Orleans Sugar.
8 Hogsheads good quality New Orleans Sugar ^
20 bbls- prime Apples, “ free of Corporation duty
Just received, and for sale, very low, by
dec 30 _WILLIAM N. McVEIGH.
GrouftA Aluttt Salt.
3% Bushels of Ground Alum Salt, cargo of
the schooner Armida, Capt. Pbilbrook,
,°w Unding, and for «le^c
JUST RECEIVED,
BY the late arrivals from Boston, the follow
ing new and very interesting publications,
and which are on sale low by W. M. MORRI
SON, viz:
Observations on Mental Derangement, being
an application ofthe principles of Phrenology to
elucidations of the causes, symptoms, nature,
and treatment of Insanity; by Andrew Comb,
M. D.
Experiments and Observations on the Gastric
Juice, and Physiology of Digestion; by Dr. Wrn.
Beaumont, M. D. Surgeon in the United States
Army.
Memoir of the Rev. Elias Cornelius.
Diary of an Ennuyee.
A Memoir of the Life and Philosophy of Spurz
heim, by Andrew Carmichael, M. R. I. A., late
President ofthe Phrenological Society of Dub
lin; and published at the* desire of that Society;
first American edition, with notes:
Friend of man—-of God the servant;
Advocate of truth divine;
Nature’s Priest—how pure and fervent
Was thy worship at her shrine!
[Rev. Mr. PierponVe Ode at the Funeral of
Spurzheim, Nov. 17, 1832.
Berkley the Banker, part 2d, by Harriet Mar
tineau. *
Atlantic Tales, by Mrs. Lesly.
Letters to a Daughter, by Mrs. J. A. Sargent,
| on going to School, pointing out the duties to
i wards her Maker, her governess, her schooifel
S lows, and herself.
j Fall River, an authentic narrative, by the au
thor of Tales National, Revolutionary, &c.
The Youth’s Sketch Book. This work con
! tains seven beautiful engravings on steel, and is ,
! filled with pieces mostly new, and from favorite
j writers. The care and expense bestowed upon -
the volume, must give it high claims upon the
favor of the public. Many of the designs are
original, and all are executed in a superior style
»f elegance.jan 24
MACKEREL.
NO. 1,2, and 3 Fall-caught Mackerel, in lots
to suit purchasers, for sale by
jan 7 LEWIS McKENZIE, Union wharf.
WANTED,
QUANTITY ot White Oak Timber, suitar
ble for a vessel of about 160 tons. Persons
wishing to contract for its delivery within three
months, may apply to
jan 15 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
JUST PUBLISHED,
AND on sale by WM. M. MORRISON,
THE YOUNG MAN’S GUIDE, being a
practical manual for every day life. Pace 75 c.
We recommend the possession of this work
to every young man who wishes to become user
ful, virtuous and happy.—iV. H. Gaz.
Its contents are of a high moral character,
and it should be in the possession of every young
man.—Portsmouth Journal.
The work is a good and useful one, and wor
thy the serious attention of young men.—Chris
tian Register.
It is written in a plain direct style, and enliv
ened with anecdote and narrative.— The Reli
gious Magazine.
An admirable production, communicating
sound and wholesome truths.—Boston Trans
cript. , jan 20
JUST RECEIVED ON SALE BY WM. M.
MORRISON,
ELLIOT’S Almanac for 1834. This will be
found useful for every man of business, as
it contains a complete list of all the Officers of
the Government, as well as of the three Corpo
rations in the District, including all incorporat
ed companies, &c. Also, the Churchman’s Al
manac for 1834. jan 11
^ U. S. BANK BILLS,
OF SI00 and under, for transmission, may be
always obtained of JAS. RIORDAN.
Exchange Office, corner King & Royal sts. -
American, French, Spanish and English
Gold Coin purchased. Bank Notes of the va
rious States discounted.jan 15
BELTZHOOVER & CO.’S PHENIX LINE
FOR WASHINGTON & BALTIMORE.
Fare to Washington 25 cents > ,
“ to Baltimore - - - S3 00 yoniy
— For seats please apply at
Beltzhoover & Co’s Office,
Royal-street, five or six doors
south of Newton’s Hotel; at
the Franklin House Hotel; and at R. H. Har
rington’s SteajnBoat Hotel, near the wharf.
Passengers going to Baltimore will always
find a Coach in Washington ready to take them
through without any delay; and every exertion
used for the safety and comfort of those who may
favor this line with their patronage. No racing
allowed. G. M. BRUCE, Agent.
A BARGAIN;
** I will let the DWELLING and STORE
iWjjt HOUSE at the corner of Water and Prince
streets at as low a rent as any property in the
town, (considering location.) It is well calcula
ted for a wholesale or retail grocery, segar fac
tory, slop shop, &c. &c. &c. „ . • .
jan 17 _JOSIAH ft. DAVIS.
• HOUSE TO RENT?
MThe BRICK HOUSE at the intersection
of Cameron and Pitt streets, now occupied
by Mr Charles Gawler, is to rent. Possession
may be had 1st February. For terms inquire o
ian 9 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & Co.
'— TO RENT,
a SMALL HOUSE north of the resl;
it&Idence of Samuel B. Larmour.
jin 4JOSIAH H. DAVIS.
Alexandria Canal Office, >
$0//» November, 1833. y
NOTICE is hereby given to the stockholders in the
Alexandria Canal Co. that an instalment of 2 dollar*
i per share is required to be paid on or before the Is
day of January; and a further instalment of 3 dollar*
per share on orEefore the 1st day of February next.
By order of the Board:
dec 2 JOHN H. GREASE, Clark A C. Co
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