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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
ED OAK SNOWDEN,
IT 8 dollars per annum, payable half yearly.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETT E
• (FOR THE COUNTRY-)
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY,
AT 3 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAY ABLE IN ADVANCE.
Term of Advertising:—Advertisements neat
lv and conspicuously inserted at the rate of one
21!ar per square for the first three insertions,
twenty-five cents for every subsequent inser
tion. A reasonable deduction will be made in
the case of yearly advertisers.
i * All advertisements appear in both papers.
FOR AMSTERDAM.
The first rate coppered Ship MARY
&VFASD, Peter Barrett, master, will be
pnuIv for cargo in a few days, and be despatch
ed in' all August, and take 200 hogsheads and
small stowage on freight. For terms apply to
aug IS HENRY PALNGERFIELP.
“ALEXANDRIA AND NEW ORLEANS
PACKETS.
! ^ Brie TltlRUSE, Captain Smith, and
►WBrisr USCAS, Captain Boi sh, will resume
their regular trips on the 20th of October; one of
which will leave this port every thirty days
throughout the shipping season. They are ves
sels of the first class, commanded by experien
ced masters in the trade, will at all times go up
the Mississippi by steam, and every exertion
teed to promote the interest of shippers and
comfort of passengers. Apply to the captains
on board, or to „
FRANKLIN & AUMFIELD.
aug 30—t20thOct_
NOTICE.
The Steamer COLUM
///.l, Capt. James Mitch
ell, having resumed her
regular trips between Bal
timore and the District of Columbia, will, until
the 1st day of September, leave Baltimore for
the District every Wednesday, at 4 o’clock, P.
M.; and returning, will leave Washington at 6,
and Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. every Sun
day, for Baltimore. Passage sg._t
PORT WINE.
■r Pipes superior Port Wine, ‘ Hunt, Newman,
D Roupe & Co.’s” brand, for sale by
sept 8 W. FOWLS & CO.
SUGARS. MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, Ac.
QA Hhds Orleans and Porto Rico Sugar
10 b-im N s " bite and brown Havana do
80 hhds j> New Orleans and West India
30 bbls ) Molasses and Neuvitas Syrup, a
l superior article
110 bags Coffee, Rio, Cuba. Green Porto
; Rico, Maracaibo, Liberia and Java
100 chests, half chests and boxes Teas,
Gunpowder, Imperial, Hyson. Young
Hyson, and Pouchong, chiefly very
lute importation and tine qualities
; 60 barrels superior Old Whiskey, part 5th
proof Old Mnnongahela
2 hogsheads Cherry Bounce
Wines. Liquors, and general Grocery assort
ment. as usual. For sale.
septs SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
HAVANA CIGARS, SPERM CANDLES, Ac.
4boxes real 1st quality Havana Cigars
45 boxes Spermaceti Candles
.100 reams Wrapping Paper
20 do Foolscap and Letter Paper
l ceroon rlotant Indigo. For sale.
* M|t9 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
i RICE. BARLEY, CHEESE.
8 Tierces Rice
24 kegs Hulled Barley
25 boxes New Cheese
2 Dags Race Ginger. For sale.
sept8 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
PORTO RICO SUGARS.
QA 'Hogsheads ) e . _
OU 25 barrels Pri,ue Porto Rico Sugars
For sale by HENRY DAINGERF1ELD.
sept 4»
BACON.
3 500 Pounds prime Western Bacon, for
S*^yvF sale hy
pt a STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’s wharf.
PRIME PORK ~
I” HA\ E landing this day, for sale
* 20 barrels (more) Prime Pork,‘’Reynolds’”
packing. It is a superior article. 3
_ ^T15__W.M. D. NUTT.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR ~
0*1 Hogsheads, for sale by
”P*3_A, C. CAZENOVE & CO.
„ ^ WINE AND OIL.
1 A Pipes Benecarlo Wine
2 barrels Balsam Capivi
Pounds Ivory, or Elephant's Teeth
40 Dry A trican Hides
4 casks Palm Oil
aad^iV'0^ SCi'r' ^°P°? ,rom Baibadoes,
tor sale on moderate terms by
_HUGH C. SMITH.
- demijohns.
150 ^'ve*^*ajl°n Demijohns, lately receiv
sp_. i e an< ^or sa^e by tbe dozen or piece.
-H. C. SMITH.
1Aar VINEGAR.
IlHluT69 v*ne?ur, of superior quality,
saiebv nd'nsr at VowelI’s "hart, and for
— V **Pl 2 W. H. MILLER.
ed
er
S. MESSERSMITH.
LONDON BROWN STOUT.
1 1*1 Casks, containing 5 dozen each, Quarts,
iLf best ondon Brown Stout, landing from
schr. Alexandria, from New York, and for sale
by sept 2S. MESSERSMITH.
PORK AND BEEF.
X Barrels Prime Pork ) „ ,, , , .
i O 10 do Prime Beef S Reyno,ds Peking
Just received and for sale by
WM. D. NUTT.
HJ* To those who have bought of this article
from me, no recommendation is necessary;
others, who want good Pork and Beef, particu
larly for a long voyage, would do well to call,
aug 30__W. D. N.
FRUIT.
X Bags English Walnuts
2 frails Almonds
2 bags Filberts
5 boxes Citron
5 boxes Lemons
Just received and for sale by
LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
aug 30__Union wharf.
SHOT.
Bags, all sizes, received from Phenix
"xv Shot Tower Company of Baltimore,
and for sale by S. MESSERSMITH.
TEAS.
YOUNG Hyson, in chests, halfchests, boxes,
canisters, and catty boxes
Gunpowder, in half chests, do do and do do
Imperial, in do and catty boxes
Powchong, in chests and halfchests—Teas,
chiefly of late importations and fine quality, in
store, and for sale by
aug23_ S. MESSERSMITH.
SUGARS.
PORTO Rico and New Orleans, in hogs
heads, and Brazil, in barrels, in store, and
tor sale by aug 2S S. MESSERSMITH.
CHOCOLATE.
BAKER’S Prepared Cocoa, in boxescontain
ing 2 lb papers, and half boxes fresh Cho
colate, constantly on hand, and for sale by
aug 28S. MESSERSMITH.
KENTUCKY I UBAUUU.
A Boxes Kentucky wrappers { Tobacco
4 seroons St. Domingo fillers )
Just received and on sale by
aug 27 ROBERT H. MILLER.
PAPER.
aka Reams Printing Cap and Post Paper
JfJ IPO do Blue, Yellow, Waterlaid, Rose,
assorted and white Letter Paper, received Ironi
the manufactory ofD. & J. Ames, and for sale by
aug 28 S. MESSERSMITH.
CORN.
I -j Bushels White Corn, just received
1 1UU on sale by
ANDREW J. FLEMING,
aug 26 On Irwin’s wharf.
YOUNG HYSON TEA.
aa Half Chests, of the cargo of the Panama.
Av just received per schr. Washington, and
for sale by LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
aug 25 Union wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT—AFLOAT.
A O iWkil Bushels Coarse
1,500 sacks Fine
In best bleached sacking, extra size, the car
go of ship Virginia, for sale by
aug 25 °_ W. FOWLE & CO.
A WAREHOUSE PORTER WANTED.
WE will pay fair wages to an active, able
bodied, healthy man, not past the prime
of life, of general good character, who can sign
his own name. None other need apply.
septS SAMUEL B. LARMOUK & CO.
NEW GOODS.
CtLOTHS, assorted colors, low priced
> Calicoes, variety of patterns
Super white Flannel and common Blankets
Red do; Circassians, Cassinetts
Bombazettes; white Cotton Hose
White and colored Corded Skirts
Irish Linen, fine and cheap
6-4 Cotton Diaper, do
Gum Elastic and super double Braces
Ladies’ Silk Hose, raw silk, plain and with
clocks; Cross-barred Cambrick; Dimity
Madras and Fancy Hdkfs and Shawls
Brown and bleached Cottons; Ticking
Black Sewing Silk (good)
With a variety of other articles, just received
and for sale, low, by
septS _GEO. WHITE.
HOUSE TO RENT.
..A That convenient two-story Brick DYY EL
iHii LING HOUSE, on Cameron street, west of
the Theatre. Possession given immediately, al
moderate rent. ^
sent 6 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
-L-—-—
TO RENT.
m That part of the BRICK HOUSE for
iii* merlv occupied by Capt. Edmonds, oppo
site Mr. Smith’s Foundry.
nug 22 JOSIAH H. T)AY 1. .
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
IHAYrE a variety of excellent Second-hand
Furniture, which I will sell low. Among it,
Mahogany Tables, Bedsteads, Sofa, Secretary,
&c.; several Feather Beds, some kiln dried and
clipped; Chairs, Looking Glasses, and Irons;
Kitchen Furniture, &c. VVM. D. NUTT.
MISSING,
A BOX OF MERCHANDIZE, marked Geo.
Kyle, care of J. D. Kerr, Alexandria, was
shipped from Baltimore on the 2<jth April last,
and is supposed to have be^n delivered impro
perly to some other person. If such a Box should
be in the possession of any person that may have
received goods by the steamboat of that day, or
may have anv knowledge of such^ will please
give information to any of the Agents of the
Baltimore Steam Packets, or to the subscriber.
* Alexandria, june 13 B. YY HEAT.
LAND FOR SALE.
A TRACT OF LAND in the County o
Prince William, Virginia, called “ Hazle
Plain,” containing ahout 550 acres.
A TRACT, adjoining the above, called
“ Brown’s,” containing about 40S acres.
A TRACT on Bull Run, containing about
1075 acres.
A TRACT on Cedar Run, called “ Fitz
hugh’s,” containing about 575 acres.
A TRACT on Slater’s Run, containing about
940 acres.
A TRACT called Champs,” containing7G5
acres. «
A TRACT in Fauquier County, called
“ Hale’s,” containing about 1400 acres.
With several smaller TRACTS, containing
from 100 to 250 acres.
On all these Tracts are good and sufficient
Dwelling and Out-House3.
All of which will be sold on favorable terms,
upon application to Bernard Hooe, Esq. or the
subscriber, in Alexandria,
jy 31WM. H. FOWLE.
A CARD.
SAM’L. LINDSAY (of the late firm of Lind
say, Hill & Co.) offers his services in the
transaction of Commission Business. He is pre
pared to make liberal advances on consign
ments. His Store is spacious,situated on Union,
between King and Prince streets; where he
I would be pleased to receive GOODS on STO
' RAGE. Persons sending FLOUR to this place
(particularly by water) to be stored, would find
it to their advantage to store on the wharf. 11
requested, each parcel will be kept separate, and
the identical Flour delivered when called for.
Alexandria, August 6, 1834.
WHEAT.
1WISI1 to purchase Wheat in Alexandria;
also at the Triadelphia Mills, situated three
miles from town, on the Little River Turnpike
Road. SAM’L. LINDSAY,
On Union, between King and Prince sts.
Griswold’s celebrated Wheat Fans for
sale as above. Alexandria, August G.
WHEAT FANS, &c.
LG. & H. GRIS WOLD have nowon hand,
. and will constantly keep, or manufacture
to order, at their Establishment, corner of King
and Alfred streets, a variety of Dutch and Eng
lish improved WHEAT FANS; Cockle, Cheat,
and Rolling SCREENS, for Flouring Mills;
; Window Screens, Riddles, Sifters, Mil. Shakes,
1 Straw Cutters, and Safes; all of which they will
! dispose of upon the most reasonable terms.
They guarantee them to be made of the best
materials and workmanship; and hope, by con
! stant attention to business, to gain a share of the
public patronage.
! Flour manufactures and Wheat Fan makers
; will find it greatly to their advantage to give us
a call.
I A boy is wanted; as apprentice to the above
business, 1G or 17 years old, of good and steady
j habits.
I N. B. Repairing done on the shortest notice.
TURNING in Wood, Iron, and Brass,
may 28—ly _
CHINA AND EARTHENWARE.
HUGH C. SMITH has just receiued, per
ship Maryland, from Liverpool, a hand
some supply of CHINA AND EARTHEN
WARE, comprising the principal part of his
Fall Supply of Fancy and Staple Articles.
These, with his previous large stock on hand,
will be sold on moderate terms, cash or credit.
Among the Goods are:
Handsome Dinner Setts, new and beautiful
style and patterns
Tea Setts, China, plain # gilt, a large variety
India Dining China, in setts, or any article
separately
Rich and common Cut, Plain, and Pressed
G'assware, of every quality
Castors, of common and superior quality
Black Uuart and Pint Wine# Porter Bottles
Demijohns of every size
Slone Hare of an excellent quality
Window Glass of good quality and every size
Boston Crown Glass, procured at factory pri
Hall and Shop Lamps and Lamp Wicks [ces
Britannia Tea Setts, of a superior quality
H. C. S. expects soon, by the ship Virginia,
sailed from Liverpool 2d of July, a further sup
! ply of Far then ware._Alexandria. nug8
i EAItTH.ENYVAUE, CHINA, AND (.LASS.
! rp HEsubscriber lias now open, and offers for
A sa.e, a large and handsome assortment of
| GOODS in his line, which he is anxious to dis
pose of at moderate prices. Among them are:
Blue, brown Si purple Dinner Services
« “ “ Plates^ other table ware
« « “ Bowls, Mugs Teaware
u « “ Ewers & Basins & Toi
let Sets , . ,
China Teasets and Cups Saucers, plain and
gilt , ,
China Pitchers, Mugs, Howls, &c. do do
India China Dinner Service, dishes and
plates extra , m , , r
Cut and plain Hall and Table Lamps, great
Cut, plain, pressed and moulded Glassware
Blue and green-edged, cream-colored, and
painted or enamelled Ware, in all their varieties
| Stoneware of excellent quality, Alexandria
manufacture
Furniture Knobs; Window Glass in half boxes
Cash sales being out of the question, a liberal
credit w ill be extended^ctua, customer,.
Alexandria. 3d mo 27, 1834 _ .
LEECHES WANTED,
From the neighborhood of Alexandria.
THE subscriber will purchase from one to
twenty thousand Leeches*. Persons living
in the neigliborhood of Alexandria might make
something by searching for them A descrip
tion of the kind of such wanted will be given to
any one who will call. otaturr
9th mo 6_ M M. STABLER^
JOB PRINTING executed at this office
PROSPECTUS
or THE
SOUTHERN CHURCHMAN,
To be published weekly in the City of Rich
mond, Va. Subscription 82 50.
Editor, Rev. WILLIAM F. LEE.
THIS publication will be commenced as soon
as a number of subscribers sufficient to jus
tify the step can be obtained.
Its peculiar theology will be that of the Pro
testant Episcopal Church.
A principal reason for the commencement of
this publication is, that, with the exception of the
Gospel Messenger, a monthly pamphlet, whose
circulation is believed to be confined almost ex
clusively to the State of South Carolina, there
exists no periodical devoted to the interests of
the Protestant Episcopal Church throughout all
our Southern and Southwestern country, which
embraces a population of five millions of souls.
A Southern paper, adapting itself to the pecu
liar wants, and meeting with promptitude the
local circumstances of the Southern Church, it
is believed, would best subserve her interests.
Second in prominence to the exhibition of
man as a sinner, Christ crucified as an all-suffi
cient Saviour, and the Holy Spirit as an essen
tial agent in the work of human salvation, the
Southern Churchman will present the distinct
ive characteristics of Episcopalians. It will be
the prompt and zealous advocate of institutions,
properly conducted, designed to afford to mem
bers of the Church facilities for earfy instruction,
and sound expositions of the nature and grounds
of our pure faith, primitive order, and scriptu
ral liturgy.
In benevolent enterprises of an enlarged and
national character, in the prosecution of which
i the principles of sectarism may be avoided, and
| Protestant Christians meet upon common
j ground,it will labor to promote a union asstrong
I as Christian charity can cement, and as com
prehensive as the world.
j The Southern Churchman will omit no means
; of procuring for its readers the earliest intelli
' gence of interesting movements in the Christian
world, and in the Church in its more domestic
relations. It will not be unmindful of the litera
ture* of religion. It will strive to promote a
Missionary spirit in the Churches. A cordial
j and zealous co operation will be given to the
I Temperance cause.
soutnern oy oirin, residence, anu strong at
tachment, and perfectly familiar with the diffi
j cullies of a conscientious discharge of duties
arising from the existence of a peculiar caste
among us, the Editor hopes to render to the'anx
ious Christian master such aids as the faithful
i exposition of the word of God, in connexion
i with the experience and lights of others, simi
larly situated, may afford.
i The humble but most earnest efforts of this
I print will be used to raise, to its scriptural eleva
tion, the standard of piety in the Church. Esta
blished. not in the spirit of opposition, nor as
the organ of a party, it will labor to promote the
harmony ofthe Church, assured that Discord is
the deadliest foe to godliness, and that only
when united in feeling and effort throughout all
her borders, can she attain to that usefulness and
elevation which belong to her as an institution
of God, designed to bless and renovate the
world.
The Southern Churchman will be published
weekly in the City of Richmond, Va. at $2 50
per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise 83
will be demanded. Its sheet will equal in size
and quality to that upon which the Episcopal Re
! corder or the Churchman is published.
1 Subscriptions will be received in this
place (Alexandria D.' C.) by either ofthe Epis
copal clergymen, or by Mr. Cassius F. Lee, and
in Virginia, by the Episcopal Clergy generally.
Recommendation of Rishop Moore.
September 5, 1834.
The Rev William F. Lee having it in con
templation to publish a weekly paper in the City
of Richmond, embracing the principles of the
Protestant Episcopal Church, and the cause of
religion in general, and entertaining a confi
dence in his judgment and his ability, 1 hereby
recommend the proposed work to the friends of
the Church, from a full persuasion that it will
prove conducive to the cause of vital piety, and
Christian doctrine and practice.
RICHARD CHAINING MOORE,
Bishop of the Diocese ot Virginia.
! Extract from a Letter from the lit. Her. Bishop
Meade, dated August 24. 1S31.
«• I need not say that in your ability to conduct
such a paper creditably to the cause, and in the
soundness of those principles which- will distin -
guish it, I have great confidence.
“ May our Divine Master guide you, and bless
you in every good work which you may under*
take, is the prayer of your affectionate friend
and brother, W. MEADE.”
Rev. William F. Lee. _sept 15—3t
A HOUSE FOR SALE, EXCHANGE, OR
RENT.
The commodious u’ell finished two story
WilRiHCK HOUSE on King, near Henry
street, now occupied by Mr. Philip Hooff, would
be sold at a very moderate price, and on liberal
credit for the chief part of the purchase money;
or exchanged, upon fair terms, for improved
property nearer to the proprietor’s residence; or
leased to a respectable tenant, at a reasonable
rent, and possession given the 1st October next.
Inauire at the warehouse of
' aug4 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO.
SHIP CARPENTERS’ TOOLS.
I HAVE for sale a Lot of Tools, of excellent
quality, principally such as are used by
Ship Carpenters; such as Broad Axes, Planes,
Chisels, Adze, Augurs, Plains, one set of new
Flooring Plains, Brace, Square, with many
other articles. Chest, &c. I would prefer sell
ing the whole together, and to a young ship car
penter the lot would be sold a great bargain.
* aug 15 GEO. WHITE.
CASH FOR 400 NEGROES,
INCLUDING both sexes, from 12 to 25 rears
of age. Persons having likely Servants to
dispose of, will find it to be their interest to give
us a call, as we w ill give higher prices in cash
than any other purchaser who is now, or may
hereafter, come into this market,
sept 1 FRANKLIN & ARMFIELD.
CHALLENGE BLACKING.
JUST received, Taylor & Mason’s unparal
leled and inimitable Challenge Blacking, de
cidedly superior to any thing of the kind ever
offered to the American public. It is an effec
tual preservative of the leather, and affords,
with infinitely less than the usual labor, a dry,
lasting, and brilliant jet black polish. For sale,
at the price of ordinary blacking, by
sept 1 GEO. WHITE.
MADEIRA WINE.
THE subscribers have received, per the schr.
Village, from Madeira,
10 half pipes
20 quarter casks of finest old high colored
Madeira Wine, from the house of
Murdoch, Shortridge & Co.
And have in Store, of precious importation,
5 pipes and 20 half pipes of the finest wine of
Murdoch, Yuille & Co., part of which has had
the benefit of a voyage to the East Indies. All
old, and warranted of the very best quality.
uug6 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
OLD L. P. MADEIRA WINE.
2 Pipes 'i Old high colored L. P. Madei
4 qr casks > ra Wine, of “ G. D.Welsh’s”
4 eighth do ) brand
Received per schr. Village, Newcomb, master,
direct from Madeira, for sale by
a»g5_W. FOWLE & CO.
MADEIRA WINE.
Xfj Cases, containing 1 to 2 dozen bottles
v" each, of Newton, Gordon. Murdoch &.
Co’s superior old L. I\ Madeira Wine.
4 qr casks ) „ T .
8 half qr casks $ ^raPe Juice
Just received per schr. Village, from Madeira,
and for sale by_S. MESSERSM1JH.
MADEIRA WINE.
THE subscriber is now receiving, and offers
for sale, an importation of Madeira Wine,
per “ Iyanough,” via New York, consisting of
C hhds 1 Of the finest old L. P.Madei
b qr casks > ra Wine, ofNewton, Gordon
4 half qr casks ) Murdoch & Co.’s celebrated
brand; and he will receive and forward orders
for their Old L. P. Madeira, superiorBual, Tin
ta, Burgundy, Malmsey, and Grape Juice,
aug 2S. MESSERSM1TH.
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
The above TAVERN has been rented by
JjU,the subscriber. It is well known as having
been long occupied by Mr. Augustine Newton;
is now’ in good repair, and every comfort that
the traveller needs can be had. The Table is
everyday supplied with the delicacies, as w’ell
as the substantials of life. The Bar is well fitted
with the best Liquors, and private parties can
be accommodated in the most delightful man
ner. JOHN WEST.
N. B. Beltzhoover’s Line of Stages arrive and
depart daily from this House; and Gigs, Horses,
and Hacks, can be had on the most reasonable
termsnov 5—d
BOOTS, SHOES, PALM LEAF HATS, &c.
JH. WHITE has just received, per sloop
• Statira and other arrivals, a very season
able addition to his stock of BOOTS & SHOES,
which enables him to offer almost every article
in his line at the very lowest prices for cash.
Among them are—
Men’s fine Pegged Summer Boots
Do Pumps, various qualities, (some very
cheap)
Women’s Seal, Lasting & Kid Slippers, do
Do Leather JelVersons & Slippers, do
Misses’ f Children’s Shoes, various qualities
Fine Palm Leaf Flats, broad rims, (an ex
cellent article) t
Coarse do do do
A lot of IIAIR TRUNKS, cheap
tCjT Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Boots and
Shoes, of all kinds, made to order, of the best
materials and workmanship. june 19
TO THE GREAT FALLS.
ti he Canal
racket Boat
GEORGE
WASHING
TON has commenced her regular trips, on
Tuesdays and Fridays, for the Great Falls or
Crommelin, starting from Frederick Street
Bridge, (Georgetown) at 8 o’clock, A. M., and
returning the same day at or before sunset. Fare
to and from Crommelin, 50 cents.
The Canal is now in fine order, and the coun
try presents a beautiful appearance. To those
who are fond of a short excursion, and desire
a short relaxation from business, a trip to the
Great Falls otters a most delightful treat.
£3* Parties, on any other days of the week,
can be accommodated, by giving a short notice
or application to the proprietor, living on Third
street, Georgetown._Z. M. OFFUTT.
JEREMIAH W. SATTERWHITE'
CABINET MAKER,
RESPECTFULLY’ informs his friends and
the public generally that he has commenc
ed the CABINET MAKING BUSINESS, in
all its various branches, at the north corner of
King and Columbus streets, in the house for
merly occupied by James & Jacob Douglas,
where he hopes, by perseverance and industry,
in connection with an experience in the above
business for the last eight or ten years, to merit
a share of public patronage.
His FURNITURE will be made by experien
ced journeymen, after the latest fashion, and in
the most durable manner, which he will warrant
to be equal to any manufactured in the District
of Columbia._jan 2—tf
WAGONS WANTED,
TIO load for Winchester, and elsewhere, by
sept 6 A. C, CAZENOVE & CO,

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