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mexambhia gazette PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDGAR SNOWDEN, At Per annum, payable half yearly. AZEXATIDRIA gazette ffOR THE COUNTRYJ IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON TUESDAY. THURSDAY. St SATURDAY, ■it #5 per annum, payable in advance. Terms of Advertising: advertisements neatly and conspicuously inserted at tli^rate of one dollar per square for the first three in sertions, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction will be made in ,he case of yearly advertisers FOR freight OR CHARTER, _ The schooner HOPE, John Beetly, tM>master, a first rate copper-fastened vessel, 850 barrels,.and in readiness to receive caroo to-day. Apply to the master on board, or ur„o UMioy ‘FGEO. JOHNSON & CO. feb 18 ____— -FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER. ; _ The fast sailing coppered Brig CAZE ■ dz&SOVE, Captain Corey, 171 tons burthen, incomplete order for any voyage. Apply to feb H A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. FOR NEW YORK. rfK The Packet Schooner VIRGINIA, W. ■iiiPn Elliott, Master, will have despatch. KSv to STEPHEN SHINN, dl, jo _Janney’s wharf. FREIGHT FOR FREDERICKSBURG. ^ A VESSEL bound to Fredericksburg obtain some freight on application to feb 10 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. " " TO FISHERMEN. Pounds Cork Wood JVf Manilla and Russia Cordage, as sorted sizes, for sale by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, feb 15 Vo well’s wharf. TURKEY FIGS. ftfkfk Drums prime Turkey Figs, just recei M fJfJ ved per brig Cazenove, for sale by feb 14A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. FLOUR. , Barrels Flour, partially damaged, New comer and D. Snyder’s brands, a desira ble article tor Bakers, just received and on sale by ANDREW J. FLEMING, feb 13_ Prince-street Dock. BORDEAUX PRUNES. 2 Cases Fancy Bordeaux Prunes, just receiv ed per schooner Columbia, and on sale by ANDREW J. FLEMING, feb 12Prince-street Dock. PAPER. "" | Reams News, 21x31 Paper, from At/CJ 15 do super blue Letter | the raanu 12 do do white do ^ factory of 8 do do rose do | D. & J. 3 do rose Billetdoux J Ames. Landing from the schooner Columbia, and for sale by S. M&SSERSMITH. In Store,, Foolscap and Pot Paper Blue, white, and yellow Letter do feb 12__ APPLES. Barrels Baldwin and Russett Apples, just •jO received per schr. Drusilla, from Boston, and for sale by L. McKENZIE, feb 12 _Union wharf. SAMUEL MESSERSMITH OFFERS FOR SALE: TEAS—Young Hyson, in chests; Imperial, in half chests and ten catty boxes; Gun powder in ten catty boxes; Souchong, in do do; Pouchong, of superior quality, in half chests, (Gold crop) Coffees—Java, old St. Domingo and Rio Hempen Bags Corks, in bales of 1000 each Patent Shot, assorted numbers; a constant supply frem the Phoenix Shot Tower Company Wines—Old L. P. Madeira, in quarter casks, :c Newton, Gordon, Murdock & Scott’s,” and Lewis & Co’s brands; Madeira Grape Juice, in quarter casks and half quarter casks; L. P. Ma deira, in boxes containing one to two dozen bottles each; Sicily Madeira, Sweet Malaga, and Rousillon Palm Oil. in hogsheads Baker’s Chocolate, in half boxes Brandy, “ Seignette’s brand,” in half pipes and quarter casks, entitled to debenture. feb 12_* FOR RENT, t- * The two-story BRICK DWELLING 'S:! HOUSE on King street, lately occupied by Mr. Richard H. Clagett, in a very healthy neigh borhood, near the best water, and is in good or der. It will be rented on reasonable terms, feb 10A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. FOR RENT, AA Either of the two DWELLING HOUSES •SiJ at Summer Hill, on the Little River Road, one mile from town, pleasantly situated. . feb 10 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. JLI-■■ ..— ■ - ■ --. ■ ■ - - ■ - ■ — ■ - •-■ i UULUlVlin il rt xi* I Hi o vv i V-jls, For the Patent Rope-Making Business. I WILL take two or three Colored Boys, ot unquestionable character, (none other will betaken) to learn the Patent Ropemaking Bu siness. JOSIAH H. DAVIS. N. B. This advertisement may, perhaps, meet j the eye of some slave-holder who may have it j in prospect to emancipate his slaves at the ages : of 25, 30, or 35 years. The slave, thus enhanc-! ed in value, would, in a reasonoble time, repay the pecuniary loss of the owner, and be prepar ed to be a more useful freeman. J. II. D. feb 12_j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO the Stockholders in the Alexandria Canal Company, that an instalment of three dol lars per share is required to be paid on or before the 12th day of March next; and a further in stalment of three dollars per share on or before the 12th day of April next. By order of the Board: feb 10JOHN H. CREASE, Clerk. GLASSWARE. RECEIVED by late arrivals, and offered for r sale on moderate terms— 4 casks cut and plain Tumblers, Wines, &c. 10 groce best Quart Wine Bottles 84 Demijohns, 1, 2 and 3 gallon feb 12 HUGH C. SMITH. 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. MILLER. BARTON’S COUGH DROPS. AFRESH supply received for sale by E. KENNEDY; price 25 cents per bottle. PRY GOODS. \\ r\g\u ft M.aAAox AVE received, by late arrivals from Philadelphia and New York, a very large and general assort ment of NEW 4* HANDSOME GOODS, adapted to the present and approaching seasons. They invite their customers and the public to call and exa mine for themselves. 5*2 pieces cloths, blue, black, rifle green, Russell brown, plum, mulberry, claret, olive, drab and grey mixed Biuc, black and 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 camblcts Ladies' camb!ets,a beautiful article for cloaks French merinos, superior quality and desirable co lors English ditto, in great variety Circassians, well assorted Black ind 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 Senchewsand sarsnets, uncommonly cheap Silk velvets, black, blue black, maroon, green purple and brown, for bonnets Tabby velvets, various colors A very large assortment of super chintz and lo priced caliches Mourning ginghams, handsome new style Table diapers, 8-4 to 12-4; damask table cloths Russia do; French napkins frish linens and lawns, very cheap Linen cambrics and linen cambric handkerchiefs Checked and striped muslins Damask ditto, a beautiful article for 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 Hoskin and kid gloves Long and short kid mittens Fur trimmed and lined gloves Pongee and Spittalfield handkerchiefs Several boxes handsome bonnet ribbons Bonnet cambrics and reeds Cut and plain velvet and other belt ribbons Hearth rugs, floor and table mats Fur tippets, in great variety All of which are oft’red on moderate and accommo* dating terms. oct H tieu. S. VY<vug\\ AS received a very general assortment of FALL GOODS, viz: Cloths and cassimeres Super and common sattineUs Plaid and plain linsevs 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 frock9 Men's wi.ile and colored lamb’s wool hose Ladies' do do do do Men’s super Angola do French and Knglish merinos in great variety Merino Circassians and bombazetles Hangups and beaverteens Goat's hair camblets and plaids Haitinetta and colored cambrics Fur capes and mant'llas I lam and hii’d'rf.eve dinners Fine soft finish Irish linens Linen cambric hdkfs; linen do (cheap) Corded skirts Fine and common lawns Bishop’s lawn, book and Swiss muslins Domestic carpeting, hearth rugs Bik lustrings, grodenaps, variety of colors Sattin levantines, very cheap White, pink, blue end blk sattins Blk Poult des ne, a superior silk Gro de Berlin Fancy hdkfs and shawls Blk siik cravats Gloves; men’s raw silk do Bussia and 1 ish sheetings; burlaps Blk, blue blk, green, purple anil brown silk velvets Bandannoand flagg hdkfs some superior Bound and flit braids Black galloon and shoe ribbons Black and colored lasting Blue and green table covers; table 0:1 cloth Patent silver head pins 50 packs pins (low priced) Hi'ditch's superior spool cotton Knitting yarn and boss Fancy hair and other brushes White and green blonde veils; crash With a general assortment of DOMESTIC 3000 lbs Cotton Yarn Cotton Batts for quilts 9th mo 30 Fail and G intar Goods. WU. H. 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 embossed Thibet shawls and handkerchiefs Merino shawls and scarfs, a large assjrtmcnt, at reduced prices Cotton and worsted shawls and handkerchiefs Hernani, crape, silk, muslin, and other fancy handkerchiefs l inen cambric lid k fa, some very fine 6-4 French, German and Engli-h merinos 5- 8 and 3-4 black and colored English merinos, a handsome assortment Plain Gro de Naples. Best black Italian lustrings, very cheap Black and blue black Poult de Sole Black mode and colored Florences Black and colored silk velvets Ladies’ and men’s ILoskin gloves Cambric and thread edgings 6- 4 Grecian nett and Grecian nett footings Boltings, a great variety 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 very handsome White, red, green and scarlet flannels Green carpet bai/.es Rose, point, Duffle and striped blankets A variety of coarse goods for negro clothing 300 pieces low priced prints Burlaps, oznaburgs and Russia sheetings 4-4 Irish linens and lawns 8-4 and 10-4 table diapers Russia dr.pers and crash. With 13 Packages DOMESTIC'GOODS—such as Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings Red, yellow, brown and lead coPd Canton flannels Linseys, checks, penitentiary plaids, tickings Cotton oznaburgs, &c> &c.; with many other ar ticles. Our assortment is very large, and prices low. We invite our friends and the public to call and examine for themselves. oct 29 Drj 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 rjtouced micas. oct 1 —dtf Notice. THE subscribers, intending a removal from Alexan 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 accounts, as their business must be brought to a speedy close: oct 1—dtf JAS. McKENZIE & Co. DR. COPLAND’S MEDICAL DICTIONARY, UPON the same plan of Cooper’s Surgical Dictionary. It will be completed in five parts. Part 1st is now published, and ready for delivery; Part 2d in press. Parts 2, 3, 4, and 5, will follow at regular intervals, with no inter ruption but such as may arise from irregularity in receiving the European copy. The remain- 1 ing sheet of the Appendix will be given with Part 2; and the Preface, with a Pathological Classification of Diseases, &c., forming a Key to the systematic study of Practical Medicine, . as well as an arranged Contents of the work, will accompany the last Part. This valuable work will be given complete in five parts, at $1 each part of 300 closely printed and handsome pages; being the cheapest medi cal work ever printed in the United States. The work will be sent by mail, to subscribers in any part of the country. The postage will 1 be only 19 cents each part; if not exceeding 100 : miles, and 32 cents only for the greatest distance. Published Quarterly, and completed in one year from the delivery of the first numoer. The subscription price, Five Dollars, to be paid on the delivery of the first Part. Subscriptions received, and the work careful ly mailed to all country subscribers, by W. M. MORRISON, Alexandria. ’ Who is an authorized Agent for the same, fob 13__ NEW BOOKS. JUST published, and on sale by W. M. MOR RISON, I A new edition of Doddridge’s Family Expo- i sitor, 1 vol 8vo j Dr. Porter’s Lectures on Homiletics and ! Preaching, and on Public Prayer, 1 vol 8vo Peyson’s Select Thoughts, being selections from the conversations and unpublished writ ings of Rev. E. Peyson. D. D. The Child at Home, or, the principles of filial: duty familiarly illustrated, by John S. C. Abbot, : author of the Mother at Home. Peter Parley’s Book of Bible Stories for chil dren and youth. Also, Peter Parley’s Book of Poetry for Children. ; feb 13 ____ ! JUST RECEIVED ON SALE BY W. M. MORRISON, TIIE History of the Hartford Convention, with a Review of the Policy of the United States Government which led to the War of IS 12: by Theodore Dwight, Secretary of the Convention. ___feb 7 RENUNCIATION OK POPERY, j BY Samuel B. Smith, late a Priest in the Ro- j man Catholic Church; just received and for sale by WM. M. MORRISON. Price 25 cents. __feb 7 1 ROGERS’S VEGETABLE PULMONIC DE TERGENT, JUST received and for sale by jail 29 WILLIAM STABLER. From the Hon. Gideon Lee, Mayor of the City of Arew York. “ Few men in the community have a greater contempt for nostrums in general than myself. Patent medicine and catchpenny, with me, have been synonymous. I am constrained, however, to relinquish these sentiments as respects Dr. j Rogers’s Vegetable Detergent, the effects of| which I 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* Lee.” BUTTER. p* a Firkins Shenandoah Butter, for sale at a i reduced price. jan 21CLAGETT & PAGE. NOTICE. IN order to accommodate my customers, or ders for Patent Cordage, White Lines, Bed ; Cords, &c. may be left at the Store-house of j Messrs. James & George 1. Thomas, if inconve nient to be forwarded to the Rope Walk, feb 5JOSIAH H. DAVIS. FARM FOR SALE. 1WISH to sell a FARM, containing 112 Acres, adjoining my residence. It is heavily timbered, and has on it a variety of fine Fruit, A great bargain may be had if immediately ap plied for. D. F. DULANY. , aug 14—eotf__ WANTED, AS an Assistant in Grocery Store, an ac tive Young Man, of good moral habits; one 1 from the country would be preferred. Satisfac- 1 tory references, as to capacity, &c. will be re quired. Address, through the Alexandria post- ; •dice, (postage paid) C. P. Y._jan 28 lisu\4 for stv\e. I OFFER for sale my Plantation called CLOVER LAND, l>ing in the County of Prince William, 35 1 miles distant from Alexandria and Washington. It contains I 1200 ACRES, I Has on it a large DWELLING- - HOUSE, Ham, 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 f use of clover and plaster; the eff ects of which are no r where more visible, or more fully proven. It is divid ed into fields of an equal and convenient size, and un der the best enclosures. This Plantation is justly con sidereJ among the best in the upper country; itssilua ^ tion is healthful and beautiful. J As purchasers will view the premises before making £ an offer, farther particulars are deemed unnecessary- n If desired, immediate possession may be given. Let ters addressed to me (post pa»d) may be directed to this place. CHARLES SHIRLEY CARTER. Richmond City, Oct, 10th, 1823. N. H. In my absence, Mr. Edmund Newman, Agent, J on the premises, will attend to gentlemen wishing to view the prejnises. C'* 8, C. JUST RECEIVED, BY the late arrivals from Boston, the follow ing new and very interesting publications, ind w’hich are on sale low by W. M. MORRI 8 ON, viz: Observations on Mental Derangement, being m application ofthe principles of Phrenology tc jlucidations of the causes, symptoms, nature, and treatment of Insanity: by Andrew Comb VI. D. Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Fuice, and Physiology of Digestion; by Dr. Wm Beaumont, M. D. Surgeon in the United States A.rmy. Memoir of the Rev. Elias Cornelius. Diary of an Ennuyee. A Memoir of the Life and Philosophy of Spurz aeim, by Andrew Carmichael, M. R. F. A., late President ofthe Phrenological Society of Dul> in; and published at the desire of that Society, irst American edition, with notes: Friend of man—of God the servant; Advocate of truth divine; Nature’s Priest—how pure and fervent W as thy worship at her shrine! [Hev. Mr. Pierpnnfs Ode at the Funeral oj Spurzheim, AW 17. 1832. Berkley the Banker, part 2d, by Harriet Mar ineau. Atlantic Tales, by Mrs. Lesly. Letters to a Daughter, by Mrs. J. A. Sargenr Dn going to School, pointing out the duties i:o wards her Maker, her governess, her schoolfel lows, and herself. Full 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 it tilled with pieces mostly new, and from Favorite writers. The care and expense bestowed upon the volume, mast give it high claims upon 'the favor ofthe public. Many of the designs are original, and all are executed in a superior style of 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, A QUANTITY ot White Oak Timber, suita 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. P» ice 7.5 c. We recommend the possession of this work :o every youpg man who wishes to become usd Til, virtuous and happy.—A'. If. 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 2C JUST RECEIVED ON SALE BY WM. 3VL MORRISON, ELLIOT’S Almanac for 1834. This will bt found useful for every man of business, et: it contains a complete list of all the Officers c the Government, as well as of the three C'orpc rations in the District, including all incorporat 'd companies, &c. Also, the Churchman’s A I m an a c for 1834. jan il U. S. BANK BILLS, OF $100 and under, for transmission, may bo always obtained of JAS. RIORDAA. Exchange Office, corner King & Royal sts. U3* American, French, Spanish and Englis!.* Sold Coin purchased. Bank Notes of the v«:. rious States discounted. jan 15 BELTZHOOVER & CO.’S PHENIX LINE FOR WASHINGTON & BALTIMORE. DCr* At half mist 8 A. M. and half past 3 P. M. Fare to Washington - - 25 cents > “ to Baltimore ... $3 00 $ 011' For seats please apply at Beltzhoover & Co’s Office, Royal-street, five or six dooii south of Newton’s Hotel; ac .he Franklin House Hotel; and at R. II. Ila rington’s SteamBoat Hotel, near the wharf. Passengers going to Baltimore will always lnd a Coach in Washington ready to take their :hrough without any delay; and every exertior ised for the safety and comfort of those who may avor this line with their patronage. No racing ill owed._♦ A. FLEMING, Agent. A BARGAIN. I will let the DWELLING and STORE iiTii HOUSE at the corner of Water and Prince itreetsat as low a rent as any property in thf own, (considering location.) It is well calcula ed lor a wholesale or retail grocery, segar fac ory, slopshop, &c. dc. dc. ian 17 JOSIAH H. DAVIS. STORE TO RENT. The lease of Mr. Aaron D. Harmon of the !l|J[STORE occupied by Mr. Wilbar will expire he 20th April next, from which day it mey be ented, with Immediate possession, fob 15 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO. HOUSE TO RENT. ^ The BRICK HOUSE at the intersection [iLilof Cameron and Pitt streets, now occupied y Mr. Charles Gawler, is to rent. Possession my be had 1st February. For terms inquire of jan 9 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR d Co. TO RENT, tA SMALL HOUSE north of the resi dence «f Samuel B. Larmour. jan 4 JQSIAH H. DAY'S.