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fp - The Force Bill arms the President with the ‘tfer of enforcing the assertions of his Procla mation, according to the tenor, or caprice of his own direction. And, lastly, his disposal of the nublic money, by their removal from the Bank of the United States, leaves nothing of principle behind to be conceded by the people to him, or to be ta*en by him from them. The President has been badly advised. He must not be allowed, under any circumstances, to control the Trea sury. That Department must belong to, and be controlled exclusively by the people of the States. 1 forbear to express any opinion as to the rasp incr effects upon the community of the Presi dent’s new and arbitrary monied arrangements. I have been too little practically conversant with monied matters to be able to form an opin ion. I cannot conclude this hasty and I fear crude reply to your very flattering note, without re peating the regret I feel at being obliged to fore go the gratification which a compliance with vour wish would, under other circumstances, af ford me. Accept for yourselves, and for those you re-' present, assurances of the high respect of your humble servant and fellow citizen. - ' John Rowan. Messrs T. F. Marshall,W.Tannehill, J. B. Biand, G. Keats. Wm. Reay, J. B. Bull.v MARYLAND LEGISLATURE. Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. Annapou9, Jan. 29, 1834. The report of the committee in relation to the play-billy and the resolutions of Messrs. Sitford and Fassit going to censure the Editor of the Maryland Republican for his remarks thereon, came up; both the above gentlemen asked leave to withdraw their respectiye resolutions, when some warm discussion ensued. At length the House allowed them to withdraw their resolu tions. Several propositions were then made, going to disclaim any agency on the part of the House, in the getting up of said plccy-billy the phraseology of all of which, being objectiona ble to some, gave rise to a very long and ani mated discussion: finallv. after a debate of about two hours duration, the House passed a resolution* offered by Mr. Harris. setting forth that “ the statement contained m a play-bill, which, on - inst., was laid on the desks of the members of the House, and commented up on by several papers, is utterly false.” Mr. Hughes (Editor of the Maryland Repub lican) has been entirely exculpated. The House seem to be of one opinion, that his conduct was censurable. Encomiums were passed, by members of all parties on him as a man. Debate on the ^ New York Resolutions.—We invite attention to the remarks made by Mr. Wright, on introducing the resolutions-of the Legislature of his State. Much has been said about the seltish designs of New York, in op posing the perpetuation of the present Bank of the United States, it has been again and again urged, that the secret intention was to create a greater Bank, and fix the seat of its power in the Empire State!! This assertion has been' insisted on, to alarm the rival interests of Pennsylvania, and the jea lousy of the Southern States, with regard to the great constitutional principle itself. The views of the democracy of New York, being now un folded, all the spectres which have been conjur ed up to influence the great question, are, we trust, forever laid.— Globe. DIED, On the evening of the 29th ultimo of a pul monary affection, George Gadsby, youngest son of John Gadsby. Esq. nf Washington. SHlMEALL’S ECCLESIASTICAL CHART. THIS splendid production is now for sale in this city (for a few days only) by the agent. Description would impart but an inadequae idea of its extraordinary merit, and it will therefore not be attempted. It must be seen to be correct ly appreciated. Suffice it to say, that it embra ces a complete synopsis of History, Sacred and Profane, from the creation to the present year, so arranged in colored diagrams, vignettes, and emblematic engraving,as to combine great faci lity ofacquisition with the most surpassing beau ty of mechanical execution. The Chart is strongly recommended by President Duer, of Columbia College; by Bishop Moore, of Va.; by Drs. Milnor, Lyell, Wainwright, Lansing, Mat Tirna-r>lp*> nf (W.vv York; by Rev. Dr. Murdock, of New Haven; by Professor Durbin; by Re\'. Messrs. Norton and Whittingham; by President Fisk, of the Wes leyan University at Middletown* Conn.; by the Rev. N. S. S. Beman, of Troy; Rev. Philip Milledoler, President of Rutger’s College, and many others. Dr. Brownlee, of New York, re marks: “I should suppose that every scholar and every man of taste who sees it would be anxious to possess a copy of it. And I would, in a special manner, call the attention of the La dies to it, as a beautiful ornament of the hall and study room; and particularly, from its size and shape, as an exquisitely pretty covering for a centre or^crap table.” N. B. The Chart may be seen at Miss Ash ton’s Boarding House._ feb 1—3t_ LiteratOfe Lottery of the State of Delaware, Class No. 5 for 1834, Will be drawn in Wilmington on Thursday, January 30 Highest prize $20,000. 75 prizes Oi 5300, &o. &c. Tickets $4 50; hu'Jves2 2o; quarters 1 12 1-2. Virginia State Lottery, . For the benefit of the Petersburg Benevolent As n, Class No. 2 for 1834, Will be drawn in Richmond on Friday, Jan. 31 HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000, Tickets $4 00; halves 2 00; quarters 1 00 To be had in a variety of numbers of J. CORSE* Lottery <f Exchange Broker,'Alexandria. _ Literature Lottery of the State oi Delaware, Class No. 5 for 1534, 75 Number Lottery—11 Drawl BaJots. HIGHEST PRIZE 20,000 DOLLARS. 75 prizes of $500! Tickets $4 50; halves 2 25; quarters 112 1-2 — — ■■■ ■ *« Virginia State Lottery, / or the benefit of the Petersburg Benevolent As’fl, wn u j Class No. 2 for 1834, >V ill be drawn in Richmond on Friday, Jan. 31 66 \ umbers—.10 Drawn Ballots HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000. rickets $4 00; halves 2 00; quarters 1 00 On sale in great variety by JAS. RIORDAN. ' hased^nCUrren* an<LForeign Gold pur * 0 . ..... ii ■ i—w ALEXANDRIA: SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1834. ' y s Biot in Utica.—The Utica papers give an ac count of some riotous proceedings in that city, a few evenings since. A procession marched through the city, blowing horns, rattling tin-. pans, &c.j and among other acts offensive to good order, they hung the Rev. Dr. Beriah Green, of the Onedia Institute, or Manual La bor College, in effigy. The immediate cause . of these outrageous proceedings, was Jhe fact that Dr. Green solemnized a marriage between a negro man and a white girl. Another Riot.—A Lancaster (Pa.) paper men tions that a serious disturbance has been creat- > ed by some of the workmen employed on the Gap section of the Philadelphia and Columbia Rail Road. The object was to obtain higher | wages, and to prevent others from work, until 1 this was accomplished. It is stated that a troop of horse, at Lancaster, had received notice to I hold themselves in readiness t© repair to the spot and quell the riot, should the more peaceable means resorted to, fail. Liverpool Packets.—The old line of Liverpool packets has been sold by the former proprietors to a new company, of which the agents in New York are Messrs. Goodhue & Co., and in Eng land Messrs. Baring, Brothers & Co. CONGRESS. In the Senate, yesterday, Mr. POINDEX TER offered a series of resolutions, referring the present financial state of the country to the Committee on Finance, aud empowering them to send for persons and papers,—which he ac companied with some animated remarks. The resolutions were laid on the table. The resolu tions of the New York Legislature, presented yesterday by Mr. WRIGHT, were then taken up, and Mr. WEBSTER addressed the Senate for an hour in a most eloquent and impressive manner. He depicted the distressed state of the country—deplored the situation of affairs— and regretted ttfat the remarks of the gentleman from New York (Mr. Wright) would only add to the general depression, \tfhen he comment ed upon one of the means relied upon by the Executive to uphold its present course, and an argument which had been urged to show that its course would be sustained,—viz: the natural enmity of the poor to the rich,—he denounced in the most indignant manner the fraud and baseness of the reason. He showed that ho nest labor was now suffering, and that the real moneyed aristocracy were now rioting upon its prostration and anxious for the existence of the present state of things. After Mr. WEBSTER had concluded, Mr WRIGHT rose to reply, hut deferred his re marks to another day; when the Senate took up the special order, and Mr. GRUNDY resumed and concluded his speech in favor of the Re moval of the Deposites and in defence of the Administration. When Mr. GRUNDY concluded, Mr. FRE L1NGHUYSEN took the floor, and the Senate adjourned to Monday. In the House of Representatives, a variety of private business was transacted. COMMERCIAL. Price of Produce in Alexandria yesterday, from Wagons and Vessels. Flour, per barrel - $4 37 1-2 a SO 00 Wheat, per bushel, 0 75 a 0 90 Corn, do - 0 50 a 0 55 ( Rye, do - 0 55 a 0 60 Oats, from wagons, bush 0 37 1-2 a 0 40 Do from vessels, do 0 33 a 0 35 Corn Meal, white, do 0 58 a 0 60 Do do yellow, do 0 55 a 0 50 Faaxseed, - do 1 25 a 0 00 WmsKEY, per gallon, 0 25 a 0 27 Bacon, per cwt. - 6 50 a 7 00 Butter, fresh, per lb. 0 20 a 0 25 Do firkin, do - 0 12 a 0 15 Lard, do - 0 07 a 0 08 Plaster Paris, retail, ton, 6 00 a 0 00 Wagon Pork, per 100 lbs. 5 50 a 6 00 Flour—No change. Wagon price $4 37 1-2. Nothing doing from stores. MORE BACON. * ») A Lbs. very Handsome Bacon, Hog round 60 kegs Lard, in shipping order, prime 50 kegs inferior Butter, suitable for Bakers 10 barrels old 4th proof Whiskey 50 barrels Dried Apples Ju-t received and for sale by feb l—eo6tDANIEL CAWOOD. BARTON’S COUGH DROPS. AFRESH supply received for sale by E. KENNEDY; price 25 cents per bottle, feb 1; WOOD FOR SALE. WOOD can be. had, cut and corded, on mo derate terms, about a half mile from town, west of Shuter’s Hill. Purchase can be made on the place._ jan 30—tf WANTED, AS an Assistant in Grocery Store, an ac tive Young Man, of good moral habits; one from the country would be preferred. Satisfac tory references, as to capacity,* &c. will be re quired. Address, through the Alexandria post office, (postage paid) C. PLY._jan 28 # aTSPLENDID FINE TONED PIANO, American manufacture, for sale, low, at fire Book-store of Ian 28 AUGUSTUS JACOBS. - -:-TORRENT, ““ ! And possession given on the 22d instant, j M That well known STAND formerly oc cupied by Dominie Barcroft, deceased, as a , Refectory and Oyster House, and more recently , by Mr. John West as a Tavern; for eUhei of which purposes it is well suited, being in th - ] mediate vicinity of the Mallet House. r ^ terms apply to EDW D. BbRCp* ^ jan 13—eo2w Guardian, 9 .. * LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Post Office, Alexandria, D. C., February 1, 1834. £CJr* Persons applying for letters in the fol lowing list, will please say they are advertised, or they may not get them. A Capt. Elijah Andrew’s - Lee Massey Alexander Dr. Richard Alexander James M. Alexander Richard Atkinson George Avery Mrs. Agnes Adams ' , .B Joseph Bailey George Brooks John P. Brua John Brown John E. Brown Sarah Ann Baggett ; Samuel Briggs G. H. Blincoe Carrol Baker John Barker Miss Ann Brown Mrs Maria Brown -" “ Ellen Brawner 2 William N. Brown William Brown Mrs Juno Boyd 0 William M. Courteny» John Cowman Thomas Crook Capt. Cyras Cahoon George W. Carlin Mrs. Margaret Chace Sarah Cone—2 ' •, “ Rebecca Curry Dr. Hiram Chapman Miss Hester A Cannell - D Charles C. Dixon George Davis Miss Mary J. Davis Mrs. Elizabeth Donald Benjamin Dulany . son Peter Dougherty Edward W. Davis Mary Drury - Judson Dover James E. Daw’es Henry Darnell Simon Dearborn . John B. Diggs E Mrs. Harriet R. Evans Capt. M. M; Edmonds Robert F. Evans F Mrs. Ann Fenw’ick Thomas Fairfax James Frazier Miss Fanny Fletcher Miss Susan Ford Francis Fenwick Patrick Fardy Miss Margaret Fickett G Mrs. Jane Gibbs Miss Sarah Gass A. G. Gordon, U.S.N. John Gimeny Miss Sarah Green—2 Rebecca Green . H John Humphries ^Lawrence HoofF Win. Hutchings Correll Humphries R. Hatch , Miss Rebecca Hatters william nerueri—^ icy John Hoffman Mrs. M. L. Hipkins Abraham Houstan Caspar Hayman Henry H. Halley Tarlton Henderson Christiana Howard B. W. Hunter, U. S. N. John Huddleston Richard Hall William Hackney—2 I—J Alfred Inloes Thompson Javins Mrs. B. Jackson K John Knowles Mrs Henrietta Knight 2 James P. Kirby Patrick King L Rev. Mr. Leavenworth Levi Lewis Curtis F. Lewis Samuel C. Lewie Mrs. Ann Leap M. Lemoine • “ Harriett M.Lloyd . John Taylor Lomax, Jr Henry Lloyd -Hannah Lewis M * Mis9 Maria McNeal Mrs. Sally Minor Daniel Monroe James Mi 11an Mr. Myers Bushrod Mills Mrs. L. C: Mullevin Capt. James Mitchell Daniel McLeod Charles Mankins—2 William McBaine Mrs. Virginia Mason Allen McRea Mrs. Eliza McC-lean Mark M. Mankin Capt.Jeremiah Marshall John Marburay Edward A. May John Morgan ' Mrs. Georgiana Monroe N George Neal 0 Ferdinand O’Neal P Miss M. A. Palmer George Padgett Mrs. Sinah B. Porter Mrs. Sarah Felton Ignatius F. Pickerel! Joseph Padgett Mrs. Ann Price George A. Prentiss Captain James Posey 2 Robert Parker Mrs. P. Postal!' ^ John Park ' “ Ann Piper . R Archibald Rye . Matthew Robinson , Miss Elizabeth Roach John Rogers Alexander Reed John Rainn S - Thomas H. Sidebottom Mrs. Sarah Snyder Captain Smith Simon Sommers Fames W. Scott—2 Henson Simpson CJapt. Daniel Somers Miss Amanda Spencer Gleorge W. Slacum—3 Samuel Sanderford Facob A. Smith * Mrs. Susan Summers Philip Sillers - Richard Stoopes Mrs. Susanna Slye Mr. Sharon Stephen Sanger—2 T Amelia H. Terrett Mrs. Hanna B. Terrett Foseph Taylor Miss Catharine Talbott William Taylor Mrs. Margaret Thomp Mrs. Sarah Talbott son Capt. Geo. H. Terrett V Henry Vermillion Hugh \ iolett Robert Vodery Mrs. Rosa Vaccar W Oliver Welch Mrs. Ann B Wilmer Joseph Watson Miss Ann E. Wilmer Richard Wright Miss Jane E. Wilmer John West Miss Marion R. Wilmer Capt. Robt. A. Welch Master John Washing Fames P. Wheeler ton Benjamin Wane Miss Sophia White Mrs. Fanny West—2 Henry B Wrhittington Fames P. Ward John Webb Y Arthur Yeatman feb 1—3t DANIEL BRYAN, P.-M. Literature Lottery of the State of Delaware, Class No. 5 for 1834, To be drawn at Wilmington, Thursday, Jan. 30 75 Numbers—11 Drawn Ballots 1 prize of $20,000 1 prize of $2,000 1 do of 5,000 75 prizes of 500 Tickets $4 50; halves 2 -25; quarters 1 12 1-2 To be had in'a variety of numbers at J. W. VI <> LETT'S , Lucky Lottery Office, Upper end King Sreet, near the Diagonal Pump. Sd* Orders from the country, enclosing the sash or prize tickets, promptly attended to. TEN DOLLARS REWARD. STOLEN or strayed, from the subscriber, in Alexandria, on Sunday, the 15th Decem ber, a SORREL HORSE, >mall size, blazed face—no other marks. He was i line pacing animal, and was newly shod all •ound. He was 12 or 13 years old. Also, A DARK COLT, vith admail bell attached to his neck, with no blapper in it. • I will give $10 reward for the recovery of the Torse and Colt, and all reasonable charges paid. H. B. SMOOT, jan 28—2awtf U3» We are authorized to announce William S. Daniel as a candidate to represent the Coun ty ofFairfax in-the next Virginia Legislature. H3* We are requested to announce Dr. R.C. | Mason as a candidate to represent the County J of Fairfax in.the next (General Assembly of Vir ginia. Many Voters. ! H3* We are requested to announce Arthur F. Lane, Esq. as a candidate for a seat in the next Virginia Legislature, from the County of Fairfax. Many Voters. Thomas B. Hooe, Esq. will be run. as the Working Men’s ca'ndidate to represent the County of Prince William in the next General Assembly of Virginia. A WorkingMan. PORTO RICO SUGAR, &c. Hogsheads of Porto Rico Sugar &V3 20 tierces and hogsheads Refined Sugar 200 boxes Bunch Raisins 200 do Muscatel do 50 casks Sun Raisins. For sale by A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.' Also, No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel, late inspection. _j an 31____ NEW-ORLEANS SUGAR. A Hogsheads New Orleans Sugar, of the ttv! new crop, for sale by jan 29 EDW’D. DAINGERFIELD. CUT & PLAIN GLASSWARE. JUST received, six packages Glassware, Cut and plain Tumblers Do do Table and Hall Lamps Britannia Castors, four and five bottles, a neat and cheap article Also, 30 boxes English Pipes 1 mo 25 R. H. MILL£R._ FOR HIRE, A GIRL about 15 years of age;—can wash, iron, &c., and is a good nurse. Apply at this office.___jan 31—3t ROGERS’S VEGETABLE PULMONIC DE TERGENT, JUST received and for sale by jan 29 WILLIAM STABLER. From the lion. Gideon Lee, Mayor of the City of New York. “ Few men in the community have a greater contempt for nostrums in general than myself. Patent medicine and catchpenny, with me, have 1 _ 1 . _ _ _i._!_1 ureu *y uuuy utuus. i am t-uiisti amcu, uu »» ci, to relinquish these sentiments as respects Dr. Rogers’s Vegetable Detergent, the effects of which 1 have recently witnessed. A young lady in my family, by using two papers, I have rea son to believe, is effectually cured of an alarm ing Pulmonic Complaint, which in all its symp toms gave evidence of immediate consumption. I communicate this with a view of usefulness, and sincerely hope that such persons as have complaints similar to the above, will make a tri al of the medicine. Gideon Lf.e.” 100 DOLLARS REWARD., ON Tuesday morning, between Fredericks burg and my plantation, in the upper end of Stafford, a NEGRO MAN, and the MARE on which he was riding, both belonging to me, were stolen by a man who seems to have been a stranger in this part of the country. When seen in possession of the Slave and of the Mare, he was inquiring his way to Stafford Court House. He is described to me as a person be tween fifty and sixty years of age, with re markably, white hair; his stature stout and well 1 i set. He wore a brownish'colored stufT cloak. 1 The negro is between twenty-live and thirty years of age, as well as is’remembered; stout in his person^ and about five feet ten or eleven in- J ches high; has a drawling manner of talking, and appears to be much less sugacious than he really is. His name is Jack. Ilis dress was a blue cloth cap. a grey great coat, and his under clothing drab cloth. The Mare is a fine large sorrel, without any ( spot of white about her, unless perhaps there may be some few white hairs in the centre of i the forehead, not covering more than the size of l a four-pence-halfpenny. She is, as well as is recollected, going on seven years of age; is re- t markably long in her body; has along tail, and it is remarkable where it joins the rump. 'Inhere ; may be discerned in the lilm of one of her eyes . an incision which was made a year or two ago to cure the hooks. One Hundred Dollars Reward will be given for therecovery of the above Slave and Mare, or in the proportion of four and two for the recovery of r either. JNO. TAYLOE LOMAX. Fredericksburg, Jan. 23, 1834. U33’' The whiteman calls himself Ashberry. jar. 27—-tf .... ■ ■■■■—■ m ,m ii a m mm, ■ ■ ■ - m ■ ■ * ■ - — ■ * ■ POTOMAC AQUEDUCT. rnHE subscriber's will receive proposals foi ) A the supply of the following described TIM- I BER for the above work, viz: 134 Oak Piles, 38 to 40 feet long, 15 inches di- , amcter at large, and 10 inches at small end. • 49.200 feet, board measure, Oak Pile Plank, 34 to 36 feet long, 6 inches thick. . 61.200 feet board measure, do do 38 to 30 feet long, 6 inches threk*. • 574 lineal feetofPine’Timber, 10 inches square, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, or 33 feet long. 1200 lineal feet of Oak Timber, 5 by 8 inches, 14 feetlojig. 1200 lineal feet of Pine do do do 70 pieces of Pine Timber, 4 by 9 inches, and 17 feet long. 900 lineal feet Pine Scantling, ! inches square, 14 to 18 feet long. 14,400 feet, board measure, of Whit© Pine Plank, 3 inches thick, 14 to 16 feet long. 72 Pine Piles, 30 feet long, 12 inches diameter at head, and 9 inches at foot. 8 pieces, 30 feet long and 18 inches square, Pine Caps for grillage. 18 do 17 feet long, do do do 40 do 12 inches square, Pine, 29 feet long. To be delivered by the 15th March next. The same quantity, and of the same dimen sions, excepting the items marked thus (*) which will be omitted, to be delivered by the 15th April next. And the following, viz: 70 Oak Piles, 38 to 40 feet long, 15 inches dia meter at head, and 10 at foot. 100 do 34 to 36 do do do do 46,550 feet, board measure, Oak Pile Plank, 34 to 36 feet long, 6 inches thick. 57.130 feet do do do 28 to 30 do do 660 feet Pine Stringers, 10 inches square, in pieces 13,17, 21,25, 29, or 33 feet long. 1440 lineal feet Oak, 8 by 5 inches, in pieces 14 feet long. 1440 lineal do Pine do do 60 Timbers, Pine, 39 feet long, 13 inches square To be delivered by the 15th May next. The whole to be of the best quality lumber, and to be delivered at Georgetown, D. C. at such c places as the Engineers may designate, and sub-;. ject to their inspection. a WM. TURNBULL, v j Captain U. S. Topographical Engineers. ( WILSON M. C. FAIRFAX, jan 24—d3t&2aw2w Civil Engineer. L £3*The Savings Fund Institution open eve ry Saturday afternoon, from half past 3 to S o’clock, under the direction of a Committee of the Managers, at their Room on Fairfax, a few doors north of Prince street.—Those to whom it would be more convenient, may make their depositeson any other day of the week, with William Stabler, Apothecary, dbc. Fairfax street. ^ [eSat AUCTION SALES. _ / _ DY GEORGE WHITE—THIS DAY. Tiuatee’a Sale. ON Saturday, the first day of February next, the subscribers will, under the authority of a Decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, 1 THE HOUSE & LOT OF GROUND s tuate the upper end of Washington street, oppo* B HI Ml site the dwelling of Edmund J Lee, Esq. and which was formerly occupied as a residence by the Jate Mrs. Mary Fendal|. Sale will be made at 12 o’clock.iand on the premia es. - - «. I. TAYLOR, dec 31—eotFebl_THOMSON F. MASON. litttul tor aalfc. r-SMALL offer at public sale, on the first Monday in February next, at Prince William Court House, being the Court day of said County, TWO TRACTS OF LAND, one containing 393 ACRES, per patent and survey, both of which will be exhibited on the day of sale. This Tract lies in Fairfax County, but on the line of Prince William, and has been in the possession of Col. John Hooe for some time, 'aho now relinquishes all claim to it. It l»es on Bull Run, and on the line dividing the Counties of Prince William and Fairfax, and adjoins the lands of Col. Hooe, Mrs. Kincheloe, and the Heirs of Thomas Blackburn, deceased. The other Tract contains 73 ACRES, and lies in Prince William County, near Dumfries, and is at pre sent occupied by Walter Davis. The terms of sale will be accommodating, and made known on the day of the sale. Capt Thomas Nelson, Surveyor of Prince William County, knows both tracts of land well, and will give any information relative to either that may be wanted. Letters to him on the sub ject must.be post paid. As this land will be sold by me as a Commissioner, appointed by the Federal Court for that purpose, 1 shall only guarantee such title as is vested in mc\ but l consider the title perfectly good GKOKGE HAMILTON* Commissioner. jaiu3~dtFeb3 LfiwA Iot aaAe. 1 OFFER for sale my Plantation called CLOVER LAND, lying in the County of Prince William, 35 miles distant from Alexandria and Washington. It contains 12 00' ACRES, Has on it a large DWELLING HOUSE, Barn, and other improvements, and an excellent Mill Seat, on which a Saw Mill is erected. The land has been well tilled, and for several years past improved by the u»e of clover and plaster; the effects of which are no where more visible, or more fully proven. It is divid ed into fields of an equal and convenient size, and un tier the best enclosures. This Plantation is justly con side red among the best in the upper country; its situa tion is healthful and beautiful. As~purchaser* will view the premises before making in offer, farther particulars are deemed unnecessary. !f desired, immediate possession may be given. I.et ers addressed to me (po.^t paid) may be directed to his place. CHARLES SHIRLEY CARTER. Richmond City, Oct. 10th, 1823. N B. In my absence, Mr. Edmund Newman, Agent, m the premise*, will attend to gentlemen wishing to dew the premises. C. S. C. k'or Rent, The HOUSE on Washington street lately occupied by the subscriber, very conveniently arranged, and in every res* pect a desirable residence Likewise, t he commodious STONE DWELLING HOUSE m Fairfax street, near the Bank of Alexandria, fonner y the residence of William Herbert, Esq The House last mentioned, with the large and valua >le Lot, will be sold on reasonable terms. In my absence, application may be made to Mr. A. s’ewton JOHN LLOYD, jan 20—eSatf _ Farm for suAe. | V. lSHtoseM a FARM, containing 312 ACRES, * adjoining my residence. It is heavily timbered, nd has on it a variety of fine Fruit. A great bargain nay be had if immediately applied for. Fairfax County, Va. D. F. DULANY. aug 14—eotf___ __ To Hire, r\VO LADS, one of 16, the other 12 years old.— The eldest a complete Dining Room Servant; the oungest accustomed to House-work. Inquire of the •rioter. _' jan 3—2awtf Drugs, [TANILLA Bean, of excellent quality T Rowand’stonic mixture for the fever and ague Jujube paste in sheets and boxes Wistar's cough lozenges; Jackson's pectoral do Compound syrup of liverwort for coughs and hoarseness; liquorice ball of first quality English peppermint^ ho Fruit > Lozenges Do Ginger j Jofles’s chlorate matches for smokers, in pocket cases; Watts's chlorate matches German tapers; machine do ‘ Cupping instruments. Best French sulphate of quinine Henry'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 Hayden's balsam for the tooth ache Fire King's tooth ache drops Edinburgh tooth ache paste Chlorine tooth wash; do do paste Moxon's magnesian aperient, a pleasant medicioe Soda water ?• - Saratoga do 5 1 e Preston salts; English pungents English flesh brushes; long pepper; blue saucers Best Bermuda arrow root Mexican black lead for cleaning stoves, a superior article; Paris white; nursing bottles Swaim's panacea; do vermifuge Trusses of various kinds and tor persons of differ ent ages, a full assortment Surgeons'instruments* patent pump syringes Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, prepared by a process that extracts and retains the ac tive part of the medicine. This is 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. Ind almost every other article in the DRUG LIfiE. The subscriber respectfully informs Physicians and there that he selects or prepares, as the case may be, he articles which he offers for sale, with unremitting ,ttention, endeavoring to nave every medicine that ^es from his store of the first quality in all respects, ltd prut up in the safest and neatest manner " £ WILLIAM STABLER, 11th mo 15th, 1833, ^Warrenton Spec.7 to ▼ '