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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDGAR SjYO JV DEJV, ,r3 DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PAYABLE HALF YEARLY. ALEXAND RIA GAZETTE (roti THE COUNTRY) IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, V r 3 DOLLARS PEK ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Tsrmtof Advertising:—Advertisements neat lv and conspicuously inserted at the rate of one dollar per square for the first three insertions, mil twenty-five cents for every subsequent tnser Ji0n A reasonable deduction will be made in the case of yearly advertisers. ‘ V All advertisements appear in both papers. for NORFOLK AND RICHMOND. The Schooner VINEYARD Jackson, ■‘“jXnastcr, carries over 3000 bushels, and will hr ready for a cargo to-morrow. Apply to °70t 7' GEO. JOHNSON & CO. FOR FREIGHT. r - The good Schooner MAR Y, Young, tm)master, carries 1100 barrels, will be ready fh^rgo in all this week, and take freight to any Eastern port. Apply to LAMBERT dfc McKENZIE, net 2 Union wharf. ALEXANDRIA AND NEW ORLEANS PACKETS. jfjr Brig TlllliUSE, Cuptain Smith, and ".w^Brig USCAS, Captain Boush, will resume th ii regular trips on the 20th of October; one of which will leave this port every thirty days throughout the shipping season. They are ves <»•!* 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 used to promote "the interest of shippers and comfort of passengers. Apply to the captains on board, or to FRANKLIN & ARMFIELD. au? 30—t20thOct_ NOTICE. The Steamer COLUM BIA. Capt. James Mitch ■ ell, having resumed her •_ 1 regular trips between Bal timore and the District of Columbia, will, dur ing flic season, leave Baltimore for the District of Columbia every Saturday, at 4 o’clock, P. ; M.; and returning, will leave Washington at 6, and Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. every Wed nesday, for Baltimore. Passage $2. sent IS—tf FOR NORFOLK. The Steamboat CUE SAPEAKE, Capt. Wilson, will be run as a regular packet between Alexan dria and Norfolk; leaving Alexandria on Tues days and Fridays, at 1 o’clock, and arriving in Norfolk in time to pot passengers for Richmond on board the Patrick Henry. Returning, leave Norfolk on Wednesdays and Sundays, at 2 P. M., taking passengers from the Patrick Henry, and arrive at Alexandria on Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 A. M. Passen sers for Baltimore can be carried through the Mine day. Fare from Alexandria to Norfolk, SO, exclu j; sive of meals, or 87, meals included. FromNor tolk to Baltimore, SS, exclusive of meals; S9, meals included. The Chesapeake is anew Boat, particularly adapted to this route; is coppered, copper-fas tened, has a strong copper boiler, and is, in ail respects, entitled to the confidence of travellers. Parties of pleasure and families will only be charged SS for the trip to Norfolk or Old Point and back. J. WILSON, Captain. I sept 11—tT SUGAR AND MOLASSES. OH Hogsheads Retailing Molasses | 50 barrels Porto Rico Sugar 10 hlids Porto Rico and New Orleans Sugar. For sale bv . 11 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. RIO COFFEE. 9G Basis good Green Rio Coffee, just re ceived and for sale bv J*1 H_S. MF.SSERSMITH. . If . SHOT, A ''zes, constantly on hand, and for sale by 1 oct H_S. MF.SSERSMITH. CHOPPAS. y f-ases Fancy Chop pas, of extra quality, re ceived per brig Metamora, for sale by _ W. FOWLE & CO. TIMOTHY SEED, &c. y Tierces New Timothy Seed ** ^ boxes Colgate’s superior Starch do Mould Candles, 6’s and 10’s i do Yellow Soap . 3 do prime white Havana Sutrar I Just received per schooner Washington, and °usaieby ANDREW J. FLEMING, 0019 Qn Irwin’s wharf. SODA FOR WASHING. f!(}A Lbs. just received and for sale by 10th mo 8th WM. STABLER. . window~glass.~ I ^A Boxes of Window Glass, 8 * 10, just received, will be sold very low in lots. ROBERT H. MILLER. A COFFEE AND PIMENTO. jQ QQQ Pounds prime Green Jamaica » 1® hags Pimento ending from schooner Palestine, from Jamai C1 and for sale by ft"‘r LAMBERT & McKENZIE. YOUNG HYSON TEA. Chests Young Hyson Tea, Roman’s car* * So. f.»r sale by EDW’D. DAINGERFIBLD. MOLASSES AND CHEESE. | |1 Hogsheads New Orleans Molasses J. vf 5 casks Goshen Cheese Received per schr. Virginia, and for sale by oct 7 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’s wharf. GUNPOWDER AND IMPERIAL TEA, &c. ||| Half Chests ) Gunpowder and Imperial J." 20 13-lb boxes Tea, represented as fine 50 lbs fresh Nutmegs [qualities 50 lbs best Spanish F. Indigo 24 dozen bottles super British Blacking 50 do boxes do Paste do 20 do bottles do Black Ink 33 bbls Rosin, Madder, Chipped Log wood, Glue, Copperas, and Spanish W hiting Received per schooner Virginia, from New York, and for sale by WILLIAM N. McVEIGH, oct 6 Prince street wharf. TENERIFFE WINE. | X Quarter Casks Old L P. Teneriffe Wine, -! of superior quality, just received and for salejby oct 6 S. MESSER SMITH. POTATOES AND VINEGAR. >^l|'| Barrels Eastern Potatoes, in prime order • vr 10 do Pickling Vinegar Just received apd on sale by ANDREW J. FLEMING, oct 6 On Irwin’s wharf. GLADES BUTTErT (y Q Regs GladesButter, suitable for table use 7,000 Pickles, very good Just received and for sale by J. & M. SNYDER, Upper end Wng street, third door west Old Dia oct 4 gonal Pump. LONDON BROWN STOUT. A FURTHER supply of ;t Dunbar’s” Lon don Brown Stout, Quarts and Pints, just received and for sale by oct 1S. MESSERSM1TH. PLASTER PARIS. | Tons Plaster Paris, just received and for sale by oct 4_WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. VV H IT E L E A D~ Just received, per Sloop Miller, -g in'! Kegs pure White Lead X vFLF 100 do No. 1 do Roberts’ brand, Philadelphia, and for sole by JAMES W. SCOTT, oct 2—tf Union street. SUGARS, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, &c. AA Hhds Orleans and Porto Rico Sugar ifl boxes £ white and brown Havana do 30 barrels \ 80 hhds J New Orleans and West India 30 bbls $ Molassesand NeuvitasSyrup, a superior artieie 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 late importation and fine qualities 00 barrels superior Old Whiskey, part 5th proof Old Munongahela 2 hogsheads Cherry Bounce Wines, Liquors, and general Grocery assort ment, as usual. For sale. septS SAMUEL B. LAUMOUR A- CO. JAMES W. SCOTT HAS just received, and offers for sale, very low, for cash, or on the usual time to punc tual customers— Porto Rico Sugars, in hhds, of good quality Teas, Gunpowder & Young Hyson, in chests, catty boxes, and canisters, latest impor tations, and very fine Malaga Raisins, in boxes L. P. Madeira Wine, in qr casks and cases Whiskey in bbls, said to be very good White Lead, Roberts’ manufacture, Phil’a L Blue Cloths, extra super and low priced Steel mixt Cloths, various qualities Satinets, indigo blue and steel mixt Calicoes, handsome dark colors, for the fall Brown Domestic Sheetings, very stouter heavy Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings Bed Ticking anil Plaids Brown Scotch heavy Burlaps + Osnaburgs Bleached Scotch Linen, or Crequellas Wrapping Paper .lAso, Cotton Yarn, Seine Twinejpnd Carpet Chain, of superior quality and reputation, front the Occoquan Factory._<>cf 11_ JOHN T. O. WILBAR, HITTER $ FURRIER, at the corner of King and Royal Streets, Alexandria. I AM now manufacturing HATS that 1 can confidently offer to the public—knowing, for color, durability, and taste, they cannot be ex celled in any State. Good Bargains may be ejected, and shall be had. Come with U. S. paper, Yellow Jackets, or common cash. If, being without all, I lend you as much as will buy a bat, you’ll be sure to come. In Store.. HATS made expressly for Country wear, with large brims, stout and strong. To my old Fair fax customers I most respectfully solicit their favor, and in return will give good work. CAPS! CAPS! A rich and splendid supply of CAPS, embra acing the fashions of our four principal cities. The above article was laid in under my inspec tion, and for beauty of style cannot be surpas sed. The price shall be moderate. Also, CAPES, and some very handsome BOAS, for the Ladies. 1 LOAK C OLLARS, &c. ' Hourly expected, a handsome supply of SILK HATS. COUNTRY HATTERS! You can get Beaver, Muskrat, Otter, Hat Bodies, Spirits of Wine, Guiu Shellac, Bands and Bindings, at the Baltimore prices. 23* Customers’ Hats kept in order gratis. 1 Old Hats taken in part pay. Cash paid for < FUR, oct 11— 3m THIS IS TO GIV,E NOTICE, THAT the subscriber, of Alexandria Coun ty in the District of Columbia, has obtain taincd from the Orphans’ Court of said county letters of administration on the estate of RE BECCA MILLS, late of the county afore said, deceased. All persons having claims against the said decedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, passed by the Orphans’ Court, on or before the 10th of Oc tober, 1S35,or they may by law be excluded from all benefit to said estate; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 11th day of October, 1831. MARY G. NOYES, oct 11—eo3w Administratrix. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, rilHAT the subscriber, of Alexandria Coun i ty in the District of Columbia, hath obtain ed from the Orphans’ Court of said County let ters of administration, with the will annexed, on the personal estate of Joshua Yeaton, late o( the county aforesaid, deceased. All persons having claims against the said decedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same to the sub scriber, passed by the Orphans’ Court, on or be fore the 14th day of October, 1835, or they may, by law, be excluded from all benefit to said es tate; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hand, this 14th October, 1834. WM. D. NUTT, Administrator, with the will annexed, of Joshua i oct 14—eo4w Yeaton. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL KOIt vo lay; ladies. VflSS MARGARET M. COLEMAN will, IT I on the 1st of September, at her residence on the east side of Washington street, be tween Prince and Duke streets, open a SCHOOL for the instruction of Young Ladies in the vari ous branches of an English Education. She will endeavor to follow out the most improved systems in teaching which have been adopted or recommended, aiming to make her pupils well and practically acquainted with all that they learn. To inculcate correct moral princi ples, leaving to parents the entire direction of religious views, will be her duty and her incli nation. The text books used in the School will be those from the pens of the first scholars, and found, from experience, best adapted to answer the great end of acquiring knowledge. Music, French, Spanish, and Italian, Draw ing and Painting, will he taught by highly com potent masters. It is not thought necessary, in an advertise ment, to go into a detailed prospectus of the course of studies, &c. to be pursued. Reference can be made to Wm. L. Hodgson and Edgar Snowden. Esqsuibr any information that may be desired. Terms: Board and Tuition, in all the English branch es, *150 per annum, bed and bedding furnished by the pupil; or .s 100, and every thing provided, washing included; payablequarterly in ad vance. Tuition for Day Scholars, from $f to $7 per quarter, according to their advancement. Music - - - SIS per quarter French, Spanish, & Italian each, 6 do Drawing and Painting - 5 do i Alexandria. August 5, 1*31—eotf_ TOBACCO MANUFACTORY, AND SNUFF AND SEC All STORE, j Corner of Prince Jp Hater Streets, Alexandria.. SAMUEL V. HILL respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has on hand, and will constantly keep, a supply of the finest CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO; ' and also an assortment of the various kinds of SNUFF; and the best Spanish and American SEGARS. Chewers, Smokers, and Snuffers, are therefore requested to call at his Store, cor ner of Prince and Water streets, near the Far mers1 Bank, and purchase these articles, ol the best quality, on the most reasonable terms, oct 11—-3m v.rn A «« r\ A IV TV \ f lfnOI O 1 /V > I r.l li 411-1 I"^BF. RLE’S Practice ol Medicine. A Trea <A tisc on the Theory and Practice of Medi cine, in 2 vols Svo; by John Kberle, M. I). Pro fessor of Materia Medica and Obstetricks in the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. “ This is one of the most valuable works on the Prac tice of Medicine that lias ever issued from the American press.” * • The Practice of Physic, by W. P. Pewees, M. D. Adjunct Professor*of Midwifery in the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, 2 vois Svo. A Compendious System ol Midwifery, chiefly designed to facilitate the inquiries of those who may be pursuing this branch of study; in 8vo, with 13 plates; 5th edition, corrected and en larged; by W. P. Dewees, M. D. Dewees on the Diseases of Females, 3d edi tion; with additions, in Svo. Do on the Diseases of Children, 1th do, Svo Just received and on sale by net 11 AUG. JACOBS. LAND FOR SALE. A TRACT OF LAND in the County o Prince William, Virginia, called “ Hazle Plain,” containing about 550 acres. A TRACT, adjoining the above, called « Brown’s,” containing about 408 acres. A TRACT on Bull Run, containing about 1075 acres. ' „ , A TRACT on Cedar Run, called ltz hugh’s,” containing about 575 acres. A TRACT on Slater’s Run, containing about 940 acres. . . _ „ A TRACT called “Champs,' containing <6o acres. ' . „ , A TRACT in Fauquier County, called “ Hale’s,” containing about 1400 acres. With several smaller ntAC 1 f>, containing from 100 to 250 acres. . On all these Tracts are good and sullicient Dwelling and Out-Houses. All of which will be sold on favorable terms, upon application to Bernard Hooe, Esq. or the subscriber, in Alexandria. iy 31 WM. H. FOWLE. NEW GOODS. FALL GOODS. WII. THOMPSON & CO. offer for sale, * at moderate prices, an extensive assort ment of French, Italian, English, and American (roods, received by late arrivals, and are now opening. Among them are the following: Black, blue black, and colM Gro de Naples Do and do Poult de Soie Black Italian Lustrings, Florences, and black Mode Blond Veils, Thread Laces and Edgings Jet black and blue black Lyons Velvets Black and colored Italian Crapes Plain and figured Swiss Muslins Linen Cambric and Linen Cambric Hdkfs Silk, Cotton, and Worsted Hosiery Gloves of every description New style Dark Cambric Prints .1 Iso, (,'luths, ol every shade and price, rery cheap Cassimeres, Cassinetts, and Flannels Rose, Point, and Duffle Blankets Green Baizes, Drab Kerseys, if Negro Cloths (j-4 English and French Merinos :i-4 black and colored Merino Circassians With every variety of Goods in our line, suit able for the Full and Winter. We invite our customers and purchasers to give us a call, and see for themselves, as we are determined to sell at a small advance on the cost. _sept^p NEW FALL AND WIN TEH GOODS. JUST received a large supply of Fall and ! IIinter Hoods, which will be sold unusually I low, viz: 50 pieces blue, black, brown, claret, green, mulberry, olive, mixed and drab Cloths and Cussimeres 5 pieces Wilkins’ super 8 4 twilled Cloth 5 pieces Petersham, some extra 10 pieces real Goat’s Hair Camblet 100 do Sattinetts 1 truss, containing 70 pair 9-4 to 14-4 Rose Blankets GO pieces white, yellow, and red Flannels, some very line 20 pieces G-4 French Merino 20 do do English do 30 do black and colored Circassians and Rombazets 20 pieces black Bombazine, very cheap 5 do 5-4 French do 30 do Furniture Calico 15 do Twilled do a new article 20 do Oil-dressed do SO do Fall Prints, in great variety G cases low priced Calicoes 10 pieces black Gingham 10 do Extracted do 5 do Plain do 50 dozen white and black, silk, worsted, and cotton Hosiery Gent’s Lamb’s-wool Hose and half Hose Do do Shirts and Pants 1 bale Russia Diapers 1 do Crash, for Towelling Damask Table Cloths, Diapers, and Nap kins, very cheap Bird-Eye Diaper Russia Sheeting and Brown Holland Irish Sheeting, some 12-4 wide 30 pieces Irish Linen 100 do Cotton Fringes 50 lbs white, black, and brown Thread 100 do Orrell’s-Cotton Balls 50 dozen Parsons’ Spool Cotton Gilt, Pearl, and Bone Buttons Furniture Binding Madras Handkerchiefs; Prussian Shawls 30 pieces Linen and Linen Cambric Hdkfs 6 dozen Hemmed stich do do 5 do Colored Bordered do Bishop’s Lawn; Mull, Plain and Figured B »ok and Swiss Muslins Plain and figured Booinet and Greciannet Bobinct Greciannet Footings f Edgings Thread and Cambric Edgins ()’• Insertions 20 pieces assorted colored Crapes j in do black Italian Crape # 10 dozen Corded Skirts * Ladies’ best Kid, Beaver <f- Silk Gloves Gent’s Buck, Beaver, Kid, Berlin, and ! n orsted Diovcs 10 pieces black and colored Silk Velvet 5 do Tabby Velvet 20 do Quilted, Valencia, Satin-faced, and other Vestings 30 do Silk Handkerchiefs 0 do plain India Silk do. • Black Italian Cravats Bombazine, Silk, and Velvet Stocks Silk, Elastic, and Nett Suspenders 5 dozen black and colored Bead Bags 20 do figured, watered, velvet Belting 50 pieces Lutstring Ribbons t. 200 do David’s best Galoons Jaconet Cambrics, Jaconet Muslins. Plaid Muslins, Cambric Furniture Dimity 15 pieces Curtain Muslins 20 do damask and watered Moreans 10 do new style Cotton, very handsome Also, 20 pieces plain and fig’d Silks, very rich 20 do black Italian Mateoni $ Lutstrings 5 do Gro de Indies Gro de Constantine, pink and white 5 pieces black Mode 0 do English Silk Serge 20 do Florences and Satins Black Lace Veils 6 doz Blonde Gauze Veils and Hdkfs Hernani and other Fancy Shawls Hdkfs Thibet Shawls and Hdkfs. in great variety Merino Shawls, Scarfs, and Hdkfs Cashmere do do do 10 doz Thibet Barage Hdkfs Together with a general assortment of Brown, I Bleached, and Colored Domestics. Aleo, 2 cases large braid cottage-shape Dunstables j sept 26 WILLIAM H. MOUNT & CO. - - ’ .' " ' i JOB PRINTING executed at this office NEW GO O D S. NEW FALL GOODS. GEORGE S. HOUGH has just received a very handsome and well selected assort ment of SEASONABLE DRY GOODS, to cl- would respectfully invite the attention of his friends and customers. They consist, in part, as follows: Extra superfine and low priced blue & black Cloths 7 Do do Dahlia, Adelaide, and olive brown do 1 o lawn drab do, for box and overcoats Superfine plain striped London Cassimeres Do and medium Sattinets Do patent white Flannel, (warranted not to shrink) Red, yellow, green Flannels Printed Floor Cloth and Bocking Baise P.lack Florentine and Velvet Vesting Super black Sattin do Swansdown. fig’d Velvet f Valencia Vesting Super London Witches, for vests, (a hand some article) erench, English, and German Merinoes and Thibets 10-4, 11-4, 12 4, and 13-4 Row and Blankets J Point and Duffield do, of all dimensions b-4, 8-4, and 10 4 Russia and Damask Diaper o0 pieces Undressed Long Cloth Shirtings Russia and Irish Sheetings Brown Damask Table Cloth Cloth Table Covers Lambs’ wool Shirts and Hosiery Super blackwhite, and col’d Corded Skirts Do Quilted Canton Flannel do (a new article) American, French, and English Calicoes and Chintzes A large assortment of plain and striped Lin seys, Kersey, and Flushings, for servants: toge ther with a general assortment of American and Foreign Staple Goods. Fancy Goods. Rich Italian Lustring and Poult de Soie Do Gro de Naps, Sattins and Florences Embossed and Painted Thibet Shawls do Hernani do Super white Embossed Thibet Shawls and Hdkfs (a new and plain article) Blonde, Hernani, and Silk Muslin Hdkfs Plain, embossed, and open work Silk Hosiery 5 boxes Bead Reticules (some all black) Super Sattin and Gro de Berlin do, worked with beads, (very handsome) Bishop’s Lawn, Linen Cambric, figured and plain Swiss Muslins Green Berrege and Gauze Veils Super and low priced Linen Cambric Hdkfs Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s super Hoskin, Bea ver, Silk, and French Castor Gloves Long white Kid do Together with almost every article in the Fancy line. A ho, 2,000 lbs Cotton Yarn. 10th mo 10 AUCTION SALES. BY WILLIAM D. NUTT. PUBLIC SALE. BY a virtue of two several deeds of trust re corded in the U. S. Circuit Court for the County of Alexandria, Lib. O, No. 2, fol. 99, and Lib. R, No. 2, fol. 62, I shall, on Wednesday, the 26th day of November next, offer at public sale, for cash, A LOT OF GROUND in the town of Alexandria, beginning 57 1-2 feet from the cor ner of Princess and Union streets; thence South with Union street to Conway’s line; thence East with said line, and parallel to Princess street, into the River Potomac; thence North with the River to the line of John Adam; thence with his line to the beginning. Should the proceeds of such sale be insuffi cient for the purpose of the trust, I shall then proceed to sell, for cash, 1. A LOT OF GROUND on Water and Princess streets, 118 feet on M uter street, and 126 on Princess street. 2. A LOT opposite the same, (1) on Prin cess street and an alley, 48 feet by 46 feet. 2. A LOT OF GROUND on Oronoko st., being 1-4 of a square, running through the cen tre to Pendleton street, and opposite the lute Mordecai Miller’s Bake Mouse. 4. Onehalfofun undivided HALF SQUARE, less sixty feet, on Oronoko, Royal, and Pitt streets, where the old Catholic Chapel stood, and opposite Hollinsbury’s late brick yard. 5. A LOT OF GROUND on Wolfe street, opposite the residence of John C. Vowell, and fronting on Wolfe and Pitt streets. 1-8 ot a square. The sale will commence at the first mentioned piece of property, and will then proceed on the premises of each lot as advertised. Should the sale be prevented on that day, it will take place the next fair day, and be con tinued from day to day until finished. WM. LUDWELL HODGSON, sept 24— 60d Trustee. TRUSTEE’S SALE. THE subscriber, having been appointed by the Superior Court of Fairfax County, Va., to act as Trustee, under a deed executed on the 2d January, 1821, by the late George Mason, Esq., of Gunston, will, with the consent of the family of Mr. Mason, offer at public sale, for cash, at Mr. Samuel Catts’ Tavern, West End, near Alexandria, on Wednesday, 22d Oct. next at 11 o’clock, A. M., a part of THE SER VANTS conveyed in said deed, consisting of FOUR MEN AND ONE WOMAN. RICHARD SMITH, Trustee, sept 20—dts WM. D. NUTT, Auct. TIMOTHY SEED! TIMOTHY SEED! THE subscriber has just received from the upper country a supply of New Timothy Seed, very clean and heavy, which he offers for sale, *Pt 24 Lmm