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UR. CALHOUN’S SPEECH.
The views and senUments of Mr. Calhoun on Bank question will excite much attent.on lughout the country. ».■as.rrs»«'• *w gues’it lhP Bank question. He said that the only t0 which prevails is the excess of the pa ***** over the specie; the remedy, to di Daper currency; and the means of r the remedy, by using the Banks to ?er*thp disease which the Banks have intro- ] cure J as you apply snow to the frozen limb, dUf nnlv fire to extract fire. He did not go into ana m jrThe United States Bank, he said, could d€ «pwed for twelve years, prohibited from be rcn n0tes under 10 dollars for the first six I issuing ^ under 20 for the rest of the term: all year* the Treasury under 10 dollars to be paid dueS-° &c The details he left to be settled here toAC°in,\lr C. also declared himself in favor of a a ction of interest on discounts by the Bank.” Telegraph speaks in the highest terms of Mr. Calhoun’s speech._ BALTIMORE REPORT. * [n jUstice to the respectable gentlemen who ‘ osc the Baltimore delegation that lately ! °lLded to W ashington, we publish their con fiusive reply to Mr. Taney and Mr. McKim. Mr Benton, having been employed for a week I loading his cannon, applied the match on Friday, in the Senate, and -fired. We under and the crowd was immediately dispersed, sUj that there was much smoke and noise. As tr as we can learn, however, no one was kill ed or wounded.___ In reference to a paragraph which recently appeared in this paper, in which the name of Mr. Amos Kendall was introduced, and which as attracted considerable attention, we can only say that it is not for us to be more explicit. The Washington Correspondent of the Balti more Patriot thus alludes to an incident which occurred in the House of Representatives on the 20th instant:— a Blair, the giant-bodied Blair of the House, not of the Globe, interrupted, as I understand, Mr Pinckney, of South Carolina, when he was saving that'the South w as united in opposing the removal of the deposites, with the declara tion, that ‘ that was an untruth.’ And on Mr. Pinckney’s inquiring w’hat he said, he used still harsher language. Blair, it is said, was in a hi*h state of excitement, which means a good deal more than I like to say; but if you remem ber history in Washington, you will not misun derstand the meaning. •——— The Giobe thinks Mr. Calhoun is a greater sinner than Mr. Webster about the Bank busi ness. Mr. Webster is bad enough, thinks the Globe, but Mr. Calhoun is outrageous. The Legislature of Pennsylvania has, by a •oint vote, fixed the 15th April for adjournment. The venerable Ex-President Madison entered upon his eighty-fourth year on Sunday the 16th. He was born on the 16th March, 1751. With all this weight of years, he retains his bodily health remarkably well. A feebleness in his move ments, which lessens his activity, and debars him from exercise on horseback, are the only marks of his advanced life. Mr. Verplanck peremptorily declines the no mination for Mayor of Newr York. The Inde pendent Republicans must nowT look round for astrong substitute. Among the gentlemen spo ken of, are the following: Robert C. Cornell, * Peter A. Jay, Silas M. Stillwell, William John son, and Seth Geer. Calamitous Fire at Syracuse!—A fire broke out at Syracuse, N. Y. on Sunday last, which consumed all the buildings on each side of the Canal, between the two Canal Bridges. The loss of property is estimated at Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. The following serious and just reflections are made in a letter from the Washington Corres pondent of the Portland Advertiser: ‘‘It is a solemn fact and I regret that it is so, hut a fact worthy of grave and sober consider ation, that if the single State of Delaware, small as it is, powerless as it is comparatively speak *ng, were at this moment to nullify a law of this touon or to secede from this Union, the admi nistration could not carry Congress with it, no, not even a majority of the House of Repre sentatives to compel this State to go back into toe Union. Such is the temper and indignation y toe representatives of the people in this city, large masses of them think that if the purse and hie sitord are to be in one & the same person as toey now are, the Union is not worth preserv tor it is but fostering a despotism by and DV 10 enslave them. At this hour South Caro ‘na might nullify with perfect impunity. No h°rce Bill could be passed. No Proclamation ‘ °hid awake any of the patriotism of the people ifti Patr‘otism of “the party.” And yet * toe government was a paternal government, 11 were administered in the spirit with which it ’•*ught to be administered, no State could secede > “°m the Union. nj The salvation of the Union is then to admi-1 >ter the government for the benefit of the Oorf ’ the wMe People, and not for the party , °r the governors. Government was insti to m • r .^ie PeoPle> and when it is perverted 8v laintain the interests of the party, then the l em °f government is no longer popular; it onies odious. All these facts are matters of COIlsidoration with the friends ot the l°untry. on ?e ^ave escaPe^ danger from c "tote nullifying an act of Congress—a pro d *nS which almost the whole Union con a fpir ’ an(* now the Administration is creating "hh irrf’ permit any State to nullify r ^lln,ty'” | fro‘? eather having taken so sudden a change pronri^3110 co^’ ^ maT not he deemed inap tor Mftnfki S,otice>in anticipation of the regu- i this c«»Q tnIy Report, this unusual occurrence at thermn^01} year* On Thursday last, the 7$° u • leer a* the Museum stood as high as iWnrrf* sum«^er heat; on Friday at 42°; on y morning at 86°; making a difference , of fifty degrees belween the first and last men tioned days. During a large portion of the time, a violent gale, or a high wind, has been predominant. T. M. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Extract of a letter from a correspondent of the N. Y. Star at London. ‘•My peer’s ticket admitted me to a fine and full view of all the paraphernalia of the opening of Parliament. No more than eighty can be ad mitted, and I was among the fortunate number. All the Lords, Noblemen of the kingdom, in robes of state, were met to receive the king; on both sides were peeresses, their daughters, and apparently all the titled wealth of the kingdom. Ostrich and birds of paridise flourished. Only fourteen bishops were present. The Foreign Ambassadors made a great display, in doors and out—none more than Talleyrand and Es terhazy, (where was ours?) The King, out of doors, was received with cannon, plattoons, and acclamations. After being magnificently rob ed, he entered the room in great state, surround ed by Earl Grey, the Chancellor, &c. the peers and company all rising, till the King requested them to be seated. He then looked about, ask ing Earl Grey many questions about ladies.— The Commons soon after rushed into the fold prepared for them, when the King read off the speech handed him by the Chancellor, kneeling. It was read very audibly, and in speaking of Ireland the word indignation, was pronounced very, very emphatically. Ten minutes after he finished, he retired in the same great state he ar rived. The King seems to be an object to be seen in perspective merely. I had a first-rate seat, and thought I could discover the King was on the wane; his voice sounded like an approach to an apoplectic, and he must have had a terri ble cold in the throat, or been asthmatic; he is full and gross in habit. Every thing was order in this assemblage; and I was much pleased at the proceedings of the day, (4th February.) I U .» rl n f i A V* f hn T4 AllCQ aT I A A the 5th, which I attended, and witnessed the whole affair between Lord Althorp and Mr. Shiels. The former thrice adopted the respon sibility of the assertion that an Irish member who had voted and spoke against the coercion bill, afterwards applauded its passage, &c. and stat ed, when called on, that Shiels was the man.— Three and a half hours’ animated and vocifer ous debate ensued, which was only ended by the unanimous (save O’Connell) voice of the house placing Shiels under arrest, as he refused pledging himself to a peaceable course. Lord Althorp was also put under arrest, but he pledg ed himself to that effect to the satisfaction of the honse, and was released immediately and S. followed his example. Cobbett, O’Connell, and Shiels, sit next each other, and occupy a full quarter ofthe ♦ime in talking.” We inserted yesterday, on the authority of a gentleman ofthe Bar, a short statement of points ruled by the Supreme Court in the case of Wheaton vs. Petei's. Another gentleman of the Bar informs us that that notice was not exuct, and furnishes the following statement: Nat. Int. The account of the points decided in the case of Wheaton against Peters, contained in the In telligencer of yesterday, is inexact, both in stat ing that the Court had ruled “every point of “law in the case in favor of the appellee, Mr. Peters,” and in ommitting to state the most im portant principle of the law of copyright, which was actually settled in the case. To begin with the omission: 1. The Court has unanimously determined (to use the words of the opinion delivered by Judge “ McLean) “that no Reporter has, or can have, “ any copyright in the written opinions deliver “ ed by this Court, and that the Judges thereof “ cannot confer on any Reporter any such “ right.” 27 The Court has not decided that the publica tion of Mr. Peters’ Condensed Reports is not an infringement of Mr. Wheatons copyright the 1 12.volumes of Wheaton's Reports, so far as res I pects the general order and arrangement of his ! hnnlr• the oral oninions delivered bv the Judges from the Bench, and taken down by Mr. W. in writing; the marginal notes, or abstracts of the points decided; the statements of facts in each case, abridged by Mr. W. from the records; and the analytical indexes to each volume, which Mr. W. claims as author, and which Mr. P. has copied from Mr. W’s book. 3. The Court has made no final disposition of the cause, but has remanded it to the Court below, with directions to ascertain, by a jury, t^P fhc+s »>' d’QOUt*» hi'hv^n tho mrtips POTATOES. | Bushels Mercer, Yellow, and Blue Po j i UU tatoes, on board schooners Mary Ann and Paramount, for sale by mar 20 JOHN H. LADO_ FISH SALT. 12 000 ^us,ie,s Sa^>in store> ’ HENRY DAINGERFIELD. mar 20—lw___ PORK. | OX Barrels of Mess and Prime Pork, for J-^53 sale by HENRY DAINGERFIELD. mar 20—lw____ NOTICE. To the Cabinet Makers in the District of Colum bia and vicinity. THERE is a set of VENEER SAWS now fixing at the Columbian Factory, Four Mile Run, which will be ready in a few days to commence work; w-here I shall be thankful for any orders that I may be favored with, and use my best endeavors to give general satisfaction, mar 12—2aw3\v WALTER HARRIS. NOTICE. APPLICATION will be made to the President and Directors of the Marine Insurance Company for the renew-al of a certificate for five shares of stock in the said Company, num bered 5,118 to 5.122, inclusive, issued in the name of William H. Miller, dated July 2,1818— which certificate has been lost or mislaid, mar 10—2aw3w__ NOTICE. APPLICATION will be made to the President and Directors of the Fire Insurance Com pany of Alexandria for the renew-al of certifi cates for twenty shares of stock in the said Com pany, issued in the name of WTilliam H. Miller, viz: for ten shares, numbered 3,261 to 3,270, in clusive, dated April, 1814; and ten shares, num bered 260 to 269, inclusive, dated June, 1814— which certificates have been lost or mislaid, mar 10—2aw3w____ ALEXANDRIA MUSEUM OPEN, daily, from 10 to 12 o’clock A. M. and from 3 to 5 P. M. ian ^ JOB PRINTING neatly executed at this office CONGRESS. In the Senate, on Saturday, Mr. BENTON resumed and continued his speech in opposition to Mr. Webster’s bill to recharter the Bank) Sind in favor of a metallic currency altogether. After Mr. BENTON concluded, Mr. WHITE, of Tennessee, took the floor, and the Senate adjourned. In the House of Representatives, the District business was postponed, and the day occupied in the transaction of private business. DIED, On Friday morning, the 21st instant, after an illness of three weeks, in the 18th year of his age, George Whitfield Brown, youngest son of the Rev. O. B. Brown, of Washington city. He was an interesting youth of much promise, was a member of the Senior Class in the Co lumbian College, and would have graduated at the ensuing commencement, had his life and his health been spared. An amiable and love ly disposition endeared him to many relatives and friends, to whom this bereavement is a se vere affliction. ' COMMERCIAL. Baltimore Patriot Office, > Friday. 1 o'clock, P. M. $ The Market.—Large quantities of western produce has been received the past week. Mess Pork is bringing $12 1-4 a 13 1-4; Prime do $10. 100,000 lbs. Pork assorted and in bulk, sold at public sale from $4,95 to 5,10 per 100 lbs. Lard 7 1-2 to 8 cents, stock large. Bacon, “ hog round,” 6 to 6 1-4 cts. Tennessee Feathers 36 1-2 to 37 cts. The 200 hhds. N. O. Sugars, sold by Brooks & Harrison, yesterday, at from $6,35 to 7,50, the decline is about 1 1-4 c. per lb. 130 bbls. N. O. Molasses, quality poor, at 31 and 31 1-2 c. 250 bbls. do. at private sale, brought 32 cts; Cuba is selling in small lots at 24 c.— Coffee is dull, Porto Rico 12 cts; St. Domingo 10 3-4 to 11 cts; Rio no change. Nothing doing 1 • t i: o ~ r ^ ^ *■ d :.. ~ .. i Ill lUUl^U U1 yj 1 UI1J IllUlll^m* It Ivb U j shade lower; a fair article is selling at 2 3-4 c. ; Sack Salt, factory filled, the trade purchase sparingly at $1 3-4. 1800 bushels Lisbon Salt brought 33 cts. The cargo of the brig Maria, 1200 boxes Oran ges and 400 do Lemons, the former $2.30 to 2.60; the principal (part at $2 30 per box.) Lem mons withdrawn, 2.05 offered. The market has a full supply of all description of Teas; the sales are to a small extent. Young Hyson 60 to 65 cts., Imperial 70 to 75 cts. N. England; Rum 23 cts. in barrels; hhds. 31. No. 3 Mack rel are very scarce, none in first hands. Busi ness continues very flat. The sales reported are generally small and the merchants prefer their goods, to notes at 6 mos. Flour.—-The wagon price of Howard street is $4.25. We hear of no sales from stores except by the dray load. Com.—The market is without change in pri ces; yellow Corn is 48 cents for good, and 48 a 50 for white, according to quality. Provisions.—We note sales of Mess Pork at 13.50 a £14 per brl.j Prime do $11 a 11.50; Prime Beef$9; Lard, (Balt.) 8 cents, Hams, (Balt.) 9 1-2 cents; Western Bacon, hog round, 6 cents, and very Prime 6 1-4 cents; Beef on the hoof, 7 cents. JW7sA:fy.~-The wagon price ofbbls. is 20 cts. exclusive of the bbl., and small sales from store , at 23 1-2 a 24 cents. M SHIP NEWS. m. PORT OF ALEXANDRIA, D. C. MEMORANDA. Schooner Two Sons, Warden, hence at Sa vannah 14th inst. Schooner Presto, Goudy, cleared at Rich mond for Georgetown 20»h. FOR MADEIRA. The Schooner MOUNT VERNON, Z. fc^y^MARSTON, master, has the principal part of her cargo engaged, and will take 200 barrels on freight For terms apply to mar24—3t HENRY DAINGERFIELD. SALT. 4aaa Bushels St. Ubes and Turks Island ,UUU Salt, in lots to suit purchasers. mar 24 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO. SUGARS, MOLASSES, &c. OQ Hogsheads New Crop Orleans Sugars 10 do prime Porto Rico do 20 bbisS ( ^ew CroP Orleans Molasses 15 hhds St. Croix and English Island do 10 lihds Whiskey mar 24 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO. CLOVER SEED, BUTTER, &c. &c. -i ty Bushels prime Clover Seed JL bd 15 casks superior N. York Dairy Butter 2o kegs Lard 14 bags Tennessee Feathers 28 half boxes S by 10 and 10 by 12 Win dow Glass 50 reams Wrapping Paper, large size mar 24 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO. CLOVERSEED. Bushels Cloverseed, just received and for DU sale by W. H. MILLER. In Store, 2 hogsheads Porto Rico Sugar 15 bags Coifee mar 24 FOR BOSTON. The Schooner ANGEL1A, Captain ^|4£Drinkwater, now loading, and will be de spatched this week. For freight apply to mar 20 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO._ RICE, MOSS, AND FLOORING BOARDS. Tierces ) y 40 half ditto > Fresh Rice 25 bags ) 6 bales Black Moss 9000 feet 1 1-4 inch Flooring Boards Received per schr. Palestine, from Charles ton, and for sale by LEWIS McKENZIE, Union wharf, m a r 21_____ ORANGES AND LEMONS. OfYfY Boxes Oranges 50 do Lemons Landing from schr. Mount Vernon, for sale by j mar 20_W. FOWLB & CO. ; N. E. RUM. type Hogsheads New England Rum, received bL D per schooner Mount Vernon, from Bos- j ton, for sale by W. FOWLS & CO. i mar 20___ BOSTON BEEF. QO Barrels No. 1, “ Winchester” brand, re OU ceived per Mount Vernon, for sale by mar 20 W. FOWLE & CQ. id* You are authorized to announce Col. i Spencer M. Ball as a candidate to represent the County of Fairfax in the next General As sembly of Virginia. Many Voters. id* We are authorized to announce William S. Daniel as a candidate to represent the Coun ty of Fairfax in the next Virginia Legislature. id* 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. Id* Col. John Hooe will be supported as a candidate, at the ensuing election, to represent the County of Prince William in the House of Delegates. Many Voters. Id" Thomas B. Hooe, Esq. will be run as the Working Men’s candidate to represent the County of Prince William in the next General Assembly of Virginia. *A Working Man. Id* We are authorized to announce William M. McCarty as a candidate to represent the District of Loudoun and Fairfax in the next Senate of Virginia. Id* We are authorized to announce Lewis Beard, Esq. as a candidate to represent the County of Loudoun in the next Virginia Legis lature. Ud We are authorized to announce John M. McCarty, Esq. as a candidate to represent the County of Loudoun in the next Virginia Legis ature. Id* We are authorized to announce Major Charles A. Alexander as a candidate to repre sent the County of Loudoun in the next Virgi nia Legislature. U. S. BANK BILLS, OF $100 and under, for transmission, maybe always obtained of JAS. RIORDAN, Exchange Office, corner King & Royal streets. Id* American, French, Spanish, and Eng lish Gold Coin purchased. Bank Notes of the various States discounted. Boston, New York, and Philadelphia Money on sale. mar 21 WM. H. MOUNT & CO. Respectfully inform the public that they have taken the Store, corner of King and Fairfax streets, lately occupied by Koones & Millan, and will open, in the course of a few days, A NEW AND ELEGANT ASSORT MENT OF DRY GOODS, to which they in vite attention before purchases are made else where. mar 20—tf NOTICE. Office of the Chesapeake § Ohio Canal Co. ) Washington, March 18, 1 S34. £ AN Adjourned General Meeting of the Stock holders of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company will be held at the City Hall, in the City of Washington, on Monday next, the 24th instant, at 11 o’clock, A. M. JOHN P. INGLE, mar 20—dt24th Sec’y of the Meeting. MR. WHEELER WILL LECTURE ON I LLUSTRATED by the ORRERY aim Uer . man and English DIAGRAMS, very bril liantly illuminated, containing all the modern discoveries made by the most powerful teles copes in Europe, on Friday, 21st, Monday, 24th, and Tuesday, 25th, at 7 1-2 o’clock, P. M. at the Rev. Mr. Harrison’s Lecture Room, corner of Duke and Royal streets. Ticket for a single evening, 50 cents; ticket for the three, SI; to be had at the Bookstores. ADVERTISEMENT. HAVING urged, by entreaty, those indebted to me to close their accounts, I now give notice to all delinquents that I shall proceed ac cording to law to do so, unless they come for ward previous to the approaching Court, mar 19JOSIAH H. DAVIS. ASSESSORS’ NOTICE. rpiIE undersigned intend, forthwith, to assess JL and value the taxable property of the citi zens and others of the Town, and respectfully request their aid, as far as the annexed laws re quire, that the same may be equalized as near as possible. GEO. DRINKER, ADAM LYNN, Alexandria, March 20, 1834. Assessors. Extract from a Law of the Corporation relative to Assessments, $c. “ The said Assessors shall, immediately after their appointment, proceed to value the houses and lots within the limits of the Corporation, and to demand from the masters and mistresses of every family lists of all male tytheables be longing to, or residing in, their respective fami lies; and also from every ow’ner of taxable pro perty a list of such property. And if any master < or mistress of a family, or any owner of taxable property, shall neglect or refuse to give in a list of all male tytheables belonging to, or residing in, his or her family, or other taxable property, i within five days after the demand made thereof < by any Assessor, the person so offending shall i forfeit and pay one hundred dollars; and if any i person whatsoever shall wilfullyomit or misrepre sent, in the list given in, any tytheable or taxa ble property, or shall, in any other manner, con ceal the same from the knowledge of the Asses sors, the persons so offending shall forfeit and pay double the amount of the tax imposed on such tytheable and taxable property. Every merchant, shopkeeper, mechanic, or other per son, having in his or her service or employment any clerk, journeyman, apprentice, or assist ant, shall render an account of the same in his or her list of tytheables, and shall be account able for the capitation tax hereby imposed, in like manner, and under the same penalties, as if such clerk, journeyman, apprentice, or assist ant, were a member of his or her family.” Section 4 of a Law passed March, 1831. “ Be it further enacted, That the Assessors be, and they are hereby, authorized to require from every owner or possessor of household fur ntture, kept for use, an account of its aggregate value, at a fair market price, at the time of ren- , dering such account; and a true list of all ground rents which may be payable to such person or persons; and any such person or persons so re quired, and after being informed of the provi sions of this section, refusing to render such ac count or such list of ground rents, or to give such information to the Assessors as may ena ble them to make such valuation on such list of ground rents, he, she, or they, so offending, shall forfeit and pay the sum of twenty dollars; snd in cases where the Assessors have cause to sus-! pect that they have not received a fair estimate of furniture or list of ground rents, or such cor rect information as may enable them to make a fair valuation of furniture or list of ground-rents, they shall assess the value of such furniture or list of ground rents, according to the best of their knowledge and judgment; and should the person so assessed deem him or herself aggriev ed, he or she shall have a right of appeal to the ; Common Council.” mar?9~4t l AUCTION SALES. BY WILLIAM D. NUTT. TOBACCO AT AUCTION. ON Tuesday, 8th April, at 3 o’clock, will be sold at my Auction Store, for the benefit of whom it may concern, 3 HOGSHEADS TOBACCO, marked as follows: W.B.x70; W.B.X109; and G.C.X73; which have been permitted to remain unclaimed for many years in the Alexandria Thornton Tobacco Warehouse. Sold by order of the proprietor. W. D. N. Auct. mar 17—ts___ FARM FOR SALE. I WISH to sell a FARM, containing Ilf 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 fCf3 The above FARM will be offered at pub lie sale on Friday, the 4th of April next, on the premises. Terms: One-third cash, the balance at one and two years credit, with interest; the deferred payments to be secured by deed of trust on the property. mar 19—t4thApr DAL’L. F. DULANY. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR^SALeT~ I’he subscriber off. rs for sale A TRACT OF LAND situated in Fairfax County, about 12 miles ._from Alexandria, and one mile and a quarter ro.n Occoquan. containing, by the last survey, 497i ACRES OF LAND T his land i« of good quality; about 400 acres of which is well timbered, consisting principally of Oak, suitable for building ships, erecting wharves, pumps, &c and would probably average 20 or 30 cords per acre, exclusve of timber The landisnot hilly orbro ken, but presents a moderately waving surface, othat every part is sufficiently level for cultivation. There is a fine stream of u ater running through it; its itua tion is healthful and beautiful, and bv a svstem nf'p-nriri husbandry, may become a delightful and profitable re sidence. I he improvements are inconsiderable, though there is a S.AVV MILL convenient, for sawing plank and ftcanthng, which adds greatly to the facility of building. To persons wi lling to enter into the Wood or Timber business this would be a de-irable purchase. The tract may be so divided as to afford two produc tive Farms, and will he sold on very reasonable terms. II not sold bt fore Saturday, the 7ih day of Decem ber next, I shall, on that day. ofiVr it for sale, for cash, to the highest bidder, at Otts* Tavern, W est Kn 1 of Alexandria. D MiNOlt. nov 8—<11 w&fJHwtrthDee JfT' The above sale is postponed till Satur day, 21st instan'. Terms made know n at sale dec 6 gCT* The sale of the above described property is further postponed untdthe 21st day o» January next. The sale of the above property is further postponed till Tuesday, the 25th February next, jan 21—2awt25thFeb The above sale is further postponed till the third day of April next, if fair, if not, on the next fair day. feb 27—2a wt 3d Apr NOTICE. Office of the Chesapeake $ Ohio Canal Co. > Washington, March 18, 1834. \ THE time having passed for which the Presi dent and Directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company granted indulgence to delinquent Stockholders in this Company, the Board has this day Ordered, That, in consideration of existing circumstances, a further indulgence of four months from the 15th instant shall be granted to those who shall, on or before the 5th day of April next, pay up to the sum of §75 per share on their respective subscription to the stock, and the interest for four months, on the remaining §25 per share. This indulgence is not meant to extend to those against whom legal proceedings have al ready been instituted. Suits will be instituted on the Gth day of April against those who are delinquent, and do not comply with the above conditions. By order: JOHN P. INGLE, mar21—eotAprG Clerk C. <fc O. (\C. TO LET, MThe HOUSE AND LOT cornering on Washington and Cameron streets, opposite the “ Old Church,” for many years in the occu pancy of Capt. Morrill, who is about removing to his new house. The premises here offered to let will recommend itself to any genteel family who wants such, and will examine it—possses 3ion to be given 1st April. Inquire of mar 12—dtf_ISAAC ROBBINS. FARM FOR SALE. WITH a view to a settlement in the South, the subscriber offers for sale a FARM, [being a part of the Tract on which he resides, n Fauquier County, Va.) containing about SIX HUNDRED ACRES, one-half of which is in wood. A considerable portion of the open land s fresh, having been cleared within the last five ir six years; and the residue is in good heart, laving been, for twenty odd years, under the nost approved system of improvement. The Wood land is heavily timbered, and rich in soil. The subscriber’s post office is The Plains, Fauquier County, Virginia, feb 8—eotiw_ T. TURNER. A SECOND SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED, viz: Nutmeg and Citron Cantelope; Long Scarletand Black Spanish Radish; Large York, Curled Savoy, and Drumhead Cabbage; Salsa fy; Egg Plant; Early Bush Cabbage; Early and Late Cauliflower; Lima Beans; 100 papers Flower Seeds; 25 papers Herb do; Long Orange Carrot; Parsnip; Landreth’s Extra Early, Ear ly Charlton, Early Frame, Imperial, and Large Marrowfat Peas; and Mangel Wurtzel. Also, a few copies of LANDRETH’S Cata logue and Treatise on Gardening. The attention of those interested in raising Stock is requested to the following extract, con cerning the Mangel Wurtzel, from Landreth’s Treatise on Gardening, viz: “ As for Stock, especially Milch Cows, it is scarcely surpassed, and the product is enor mous. If planted in row’s thirty inches apart, they can readily be kept clean with the horse, tioe, or cultivator, and will yield a rich return for the labor bestowed on them. Col. Powell.. 3f Philadelphia County, has grown sixteen him dred bushel* to the acre.” 3d mo I'fv WILLIAM STABLER % . f