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adopted Ly the Senate, making the necessary
call on that Department of the Government.— This resolution was answered by a message, dated Janaary 13, 1835, from which we extract so much as relates to the alledged transactions of Senator Poindexter with the Bank; the in junction of secrecy having been removed. Extract from the President'* Message, u under these circumstances, and for the pur nose'of preventing misapprehension and injus tice I think it proper to communicate, herewith, a copy of the only report made Jo me by any director or directors of the Bank of the United States appointed by the Government, since the report of the 19th of August, 1833. which is al ready in the possession of the Senate. It will be perceived that the paper herewith transmit ted contains no information whatever as to the discounting of Notes or bills of Exchange for the account and benefit of the member of the Senate named in the resolution; nor have 1 at any time, received from the Government Di rectors any report purporting to give any such information.” A.ndrew Jackson. The foregoing official communications from the President and Secretary of the Treasury, exhibit to the world, the most barefaced act of villainy and turpitude, which could well be ima gined. _ In the Senate, yesterday, Mr. Southard, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, re ported a bill appropriating 8150,000 for the A lexandria Canal Acqfceduct, to be paid wheu the work is completed. The destruction of the Athenaeum, in Haiti more,4s much to be regretted. In it wore con tained valuable collections of books, philoso phical apparatus, cabinets of minerals and shells, specimens of natural history. &c. &c.— All these were lost or destroyed. Anonymous announcements of candidates are not attended to when received at this office—for the plainest and most obvious reasons. We mention this in order that a “Voter” of Prince William county, who writes an address to an Individual, and then requests us to announce that .ndividua! as a candidate for the next Gen eral Assembly, may know why his request has not been complied with. li seems to be thought probable, that the House of Representatives of Massachusetts will, even tually, concur in th • vote of the Senate, and thus elect Mr. Adams to be the Senator from that State. _ _ __ We copy, from the National Intelligencer, an abstract of the important Report on Executive Patronage, made to the Senate, by Mr. Calhoun, on Monday last. • Yesterday’s Globe contained an address to the public, by O. B. Brown, late Chief Clerk of the Post Office Department, in extenuation and vin dication of his official conduct. We shall no tice this more part.cularly heieafter. The Senate on Saturday, passed unanimous ly, the bill reorganising the Post Office Depart ment. This is a striking proof of the corrup tion of that Department. Mr. Calhoun is now particularly the object of the Globe’s abuse. Reason w hy—“The galled jade w’inc‘*^.u A great pedestrian match was lately won by a young aspirant, by the name of Gillet, who walked 20 miles in the incredibly short period of three hours ten minutes and a half. The New-Yofk Journal of Commerce, says:— The French ship Plienix. Captain Salonne, from Cette for N’ew-York, with a cargo of Wine, Drugs, and Dry Goods, went ashore on Hemp sted Beach during the night of the 5th. The cargo will probably be most of it saved, but the ship lust. [communicated.] Extract of a better from a respectable Frederick County Farmer. “I have read with much interest the fate of your petition f«»r the farther sum of 100,000 dol lars, to finish the Aqueduct. Alexandria sure ly has been unfortunate, and probably hardly d**alt with. The Rail-road to Baltimore and the Canal lias completely cut us off. or cut Alexan dria otr from our trade. 1 am of opiniore, how ever, as well as many others, that if the Alexan drians would g.v*' the Baltimore price for our produce, or near it, and the Snicker’s Gap Road could he opened free of toll, that a large majo rity of farmers would still trade to Alexandria. The stockholders here ait willing, generally, to give the stock and have a free road: what they would do on the Leesburg Road we have not yet ascertained: each funner then, with a srood tea n, would take 20 barrels, which we could niake a profit at, at 30 cts., having a back load. At present, even on the Rail-road, the carriage to Baltimore, all expenses, 67 cts. per barrel.— '*e have horses to feed all the winter, and no thin* f°r them to do. If the subject was en quired iaij I think it would strike every mind. 1 hope to see a .rree r°ld s ’on: it could be given over to the County. and overseers appointed to keep it in order. I .anl st'd an advocate for Rail roads, but it is rath °r out of °l,r reach— the Turupike expenses are s? Sreat il deters a11 farmers Irom travelling them.’* Nanking Capital.—The annexed sta’^ment or incorporated Banking Capital in the Cities of Boston. New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, together with the amount of Loans founded thereon, will probably prove of interest to ouf citizens generally—and particularly so to that portion of our business population, whose con cerns bring them in daily competition, for trade, *'th their northern brethren. The facts submitted, are derived from the ®°st authentic sources of information, and are entirely to be relied on as a basis—although the amount of loans may vary from time to time, a “Omparatively small amount, according to the depression or extension of business.—Balt. Pat. _ BOSTON. Bank Capital, $16,401,250; ~?*ns founded thereoo, 26,998,703 Br. Bank U. S., 1st Dec. 1834, 2,779 834 Total Loans, *29,778,537 _ " dhin a short period, one or two additional anks have gone into operation, increasing *• unable' ably theubove sum, the particular* of *hich are not at hand. . NEW VOHK. Bank Capital, $16,361,200, Loans founded thereon, 33,128,689 Do Br. Bank U.S., 1st Dec. 1834, 6,167,507 And in addition thereto, the capi tal of the Phoenix Bank was increas ed. in the session of 1834, $1,000,000, and §e Commercial and LaFayette Banks chartered, with capitals of $500,000each. Supposed Loans there on, 3,500,000 Total Loans, $42,796,196 PHILADELPHIA. Bank Capital, $12,790,375, Loans founded thereon, 20,183,582 Do Bank U. S., 1st Dec. 1834, 7,275,323 Total Loans,. $27,458,905 BALTIMORE. Bank Capital. 85,215,174, Loans founded thereon, 6,885,395 Do Br. Bank U: S., 1st Dec. 1834, 1,918.496 Total Loans, $8,703,891 I hejiill authorizing the people of Michigan to i form a State Government, was passed by the Council this morning. It authorizes the election I of delegates to take place on Saturday the 4th of April next and the time for holding the Con vention on the 2nd Monday in May. The ob noxious features of the bill are retained. What say the freemen of Michigan to this.— Detroit Courier. Facial Angle.— The facial angle has been I used by Philosophers of the old school, by which l to denote the relative amount of intellect pos | sessed by different individuals, as well as differ i ent species of animals. It is, however, reject ! ed by Phrenologists. It is the angle made by ! two lines, one of which is drawn from the bot ! tom ot the no^e to the orifice of the ear—the other from the level of the upper jaw to the up per pat t of the forehead. It is found by obser vation that it is— In Europeans - American Indians Africans Ournng Outangs Monkeys Dogs Horse 75° to 85° 73 70 65 57 40 23 A man in X. York advertises a pup nine months old, caHed General Jackson, who is to kill 100 rats in an hour. We wish that his namesake in Wash ington would look a little after the rats in the Post office Department. They might have a good shaking to advantage.—Balt. Chronicle. A student at law, the other evening, being behind the bur of a hotel, said to an acquain tance whocatne in ‘‘I’m admitted to the bar you see.” ‘‘Yes replied the other, “and if I mistake not. you’re doing considerable practice too.”— Ale it York Transcript. A Clow ip.— At the Druggist store of Dr. Whitwell in Milk-st. yesterday morning a jug of Alchohol having been placed on a stove to be used in preparing a tincture, became heated and suddenly exploded, throwing its contents over the shop, setting fire to the store-^a large win dow frame was literally smashed by the con cussion. The young man in the shop had his hands badly burnt in his attempts to extin guish the flames. The fire was extinguished by a few buckets of water—damage'inconside rable— /loston Cent. DIED, On Saturday morning last, Mr. William Pat terson. aged S^years. Mr. Patterson was one of the oldest, most extensive and wealthiest mer chants of Baltimore. Asa merchant and a citi zen he bore an irreproachable character—and discharged the various duties incumbent oil him with punctuality, humanity and liberality. The Weather.—On Tuesday, the Thermome ter, at the Museum, ranged from 14° to 26*, at tended by light wind from the North West HYDRAULION FIRE COMPANY Attention ! rilllE meeting ooMonduy evening being in JL terrupted, before completing the business, . members are directed- to attend at the Compa j ny’s Room, This Ecenitig at 7 o'clock.—Punc ! tual attendance is earnestly desired, as impor 1 taut busines remains to be transacted. By or der. GEO. DALE, Clerk. JI^Gentlemen who are desirous of rendering themselves useful, and are willing to join the j Company, will leave their names with any of I the members. All fines are now abolished, fob 11—It PLA1STER OF PARIS, p* TONS Stone ) j 200 tierces, of 500 lbs. each, > Plaster Ground ; For sale by WM. FOWLE <fc CO. feb 11 TURKS ISLAND SALT. BUSHELS for sale by iUUU WM. FOWLE & CO feb 11 WILLIAM FOWLE & Co. H AVE IN *TORE, FOR SALE, | MUDS, new crop New Orleans Su J.4b2"/ gars, of prime quality 20 do Porto Rico do 90 hlids New Orleans f Molas 140 «io Cuadaloupe and Cuba $ ses. 250 bags Rio and. St. Domingo Coffee To ch<^ts & half chests Young Hyson Tea catty boxes of Hyson do 10 pipes, half’pipes, quarter casks, and octaves old London Particular Ma deira Wine 50 do Sicily Madeira, Ingham and other brands 5 pipes old Port Wine 30 baskets Champaigne. Divets brand 30 hlids New England Rum 40 barrels Domestic Brandy 20 packages Cloves No 1 and 2 Mackerel 50 boxes Oranges 500 casks Nails, assorted sizes 40 bales 3 4 and 4-4 brown shirtings and sheetings from Portsmouth and Pitts field Factories 1 case of choppas 300 bolts Colt, Cotton Duck, all numbers 30 bales Bridport Shad and Herring twine, and Shoe thread. feb 11 PATENT ROPE MAKING. JOSIAH H. DAVIS, grateful for favors re ceived, begs leave to inform his friends and customers, that he continues to manufacture, , in the very best style. Gangs of Rigging Cables Seine Rope Lines of all kinds . feb 2 CONGRESS. IN SENATE—February 10. Mr. Calhoun’s Report and Resolutions on Ex ecutive Patronage were made the special order of the day for Thursday. The Senate then took up, and considered, the test of the day, the Bill regulating the Pay, Ac. of Custom House Officers. HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. The House were engaged all day in the dis cussion ofthe Bill, reported by Mr. Polk, for the Regulation of the Deposite Banks. Messrs. Polk, Gordon, and Ewing of Indiana, spoke on the subject._ In the House of Representatives on Monday, after the transaction of some minor business, the House entered'upon the consideration ofthe bill to establish the Territory of Wisconsin'; upon which a debate arose, which continued till j the adjournment, the debate falling incidentally ; upon the question of the boundary line be tween the State of Ohio and the Territory of Mi chigan, rather than upon the bill actually before the House. BIRTH-NIGHT BALL. AT a meeting of the subscriber* to the An nual Birth Night Ball, to be given on the 20th inst. at the City Hotel, the following gen tlemen were elected Managers: nuocri i. 1 ayior, William. Forth, William C. Gardner, James Irwin, Edgar Snowden. Edw'd. Daingerfield. feb 10—3t James tv. scnii, H illiam If. Irwin. l)r. .4. J. M edderbum, Thomns Semmes, IJ. E. Hoffman. /lobert Washington. TEMPERANCE MEETING. THE members of the Falls Church Fairfax County Temperance Society, are request ed to meet at the above named Church, on the last Saturday of the present month, at the usual hour. Punctual attendance is required, as bu siness of importance will belaid before them, feb 3—tf GEO. BEARD, Sec’y. BLACK LACE VEILS. WM. H. MOUNT & CO. have just receiv ed 3 dozen Black Lace VeiIs, some very superior quality. jan 29 A FOR HIRE, FIRST rate Cook and Washer; a Labor er who has been for some time working on the Canal; two Boys, one of fourteen, the other of ten, years of age. Enquire at this office, feb 6—tf MANILLA COFFEE. BALES Manilla Coffee, a very superior article, just received and for sale by feb 6 S. MESSERSMITH. 50 NEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MOLASSES 3HIIDS. Prime N. O. Sugar 3 do do do Molasses Just received and for sale lo w, by feb 5 J. A G I. THOMAS. NEW ORLEANS SUGAR & MOLASSES. | X HHDS. New Otleans Sugar Jl J 5 “ New Orleans ) 10 “ Cuba £ Molasses Just received and for sale by feb 4 WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. SUGAR AND MOLASSES. X HHDS. New Crop Orleans Sugar 5 do do do Molasses Just received and for sale by feb 4_ANDREW J. FLEMING. LIBRARY NOTICE. THE Stockholders in this institution are here by informed, that an election will be held at the Library Room, on Monday 16/A instant, for choosing a President and eleven Directors, to serve the ensuing year. The ballots receiv ed from ] 1 to 3 o’clock. GEO. DRINKER, feb 3—2vv Librarian. MOLASSES, COFFEE, AND RICE. QA HHDS. West India Molasses. OU 3 hbds. Sugar 61 bags Cuba Coffee 20 whole and 32 half tierces Rice Received per sclir. Firm, from Charleston, for sale by LAMBERT <fc McKENZIE, jan 29 Union Wharf. TO RENT, The WAREHOUSE lately occupied by Capt. Benj. T. Fendall, adjoining the Store houses of Win, Fowle &. Co. feb 2 J. H. DAVIS. MOLASSES, <fcC. ■g HHDS. N. O. Molasses (New Crop) JLvr 8 bbls do do 5 hhds P. R. do 100 bbls Shenandoah Flour (pait prime Family) 100 bbls New Feathers 120 bushels (fresh ground) Corn Meal Just received and for sale, together with a ge neral assortment of GROCERIES, by * J. &. M. SNYDER, feb 7—eo3t Upper end King street. SPLENDID GRAND riANO FORT. S. JUST receieved, and are offered for sale on excellent terms, two grand Piano Fortes, of American Manufacture, one of which, for beau ty of touch, tone, and finish, cannot be excelled. These Pianos, for their qualities, will be sold low. AUGUSTUS JACOBS, feb 7 A APPLES. FEW Barrels, in good order, just received and for sale by GEO. JOHNSON &. Co. feb 7 FORTY DOLLARS REWARD. BROKE Jail, on the 21st instant, a Black Man, calling himself JOHN TURNER — says he is the property of a Mr. Jnc. Taylor. He is 5 feet 7$ inches high, and has a scar on his right cheek, near the ear, having the appear ance of a burn; his clothing was a grey linsey jacket and paptaloons. It is possible he has ob tained a pass, and is making for the Northern States. The above reward will be given Tor his apprehension and security in any jail so that I get him again, and all reasonable charges paid if brought home. D. MINOR, D. M. jan 27—tf For A. Hunter, Marshal Dist. Col; FALL CAUUHl MAUIVliiK&L.. NOS. 1 and 2 in barrels Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in half barrels. For sale by LAMBERT <fc McKENZIE, jan i9 Union Wharf. INDIA RUBBER APRONS. WM. H. MOUNT & CO. have just receiv ed from New York. 10° r a- ) India Rubber Aprons, a new and 1 60 ,es > beautiful article for Ladies and j Misses J Misses jail ,0 . | FOR BOSTON, The packet Brig WANKINCO, Ryder, Master, will have despatch. For freight apply onboard, at Central wharf, of to feb5 WM. FOWLE & CO. FOR NEW ORLEANS, 7o sail on the 15th February, The regular fast sailing packet brig AJAX, fitted expressly fur the trade, and in every respect a hist rate vessel. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations. ; apply to GARY & DRUMMOND, . Newton’s Wharf. Norfolk Jan 31—feb 4—dta FOR FREIGHT. The superior Brig MARIA, Hopkins, Master, carries 1100 barrels—will be rea dy for a cargo in three days, will take a freight to the West Indies,—a Southern port, or to New York—Apply to W. FOWLE & Co. jan 29 FOR NEW ORLEANS. The 20th inst.. the Packet Brig. TRI .^IM^BUNE, Captain Smith. Persons wishing to ship, will please make early application to jan 4—ts FRANKLIN & ARMFIELD. FOR NORFOLK, The schooner WILLIAM & FRANCIS, capt. Thruston, will have despatch, and can take the bulk of 150 bbls. A pply to the cap tain on board, or to STEPHEN SHINN, dec 31 Janney's Wharf. FRUIT. DRUMS Smyrna Figs vrvf 50 boxes Oranges 25 “ Lemons Landing from brig Wankinco and for sale by feb 6 EDW. DAINGERFIELD. CLOVERSEED BUSHELS fresh Cloversecd, selected with care, for sale by the subscriber, jan 31—tf _ WM. DEAN. NEW GOODS” CASSINETS; Nankeens Black Worsted and Mixed Cotton Hose Canton Flannels Furniture, Common and Twilled Calicoes Corded Skirts; Suspenders Pins; Tickings Colored Cottons 1 Bale Wadding 10,000 Quills, just received and for sale by feb 2GEORGE WHITE. SALT. Q BUSHELS St. Ubes and Turks Isl O v W and Salt—for sale by jan 2S HENRY DAINGERFIELD. * WRECKS TO BE REMOVED FROM the Fisheries on the lower part of Gunston Estate, a description of which will be given, and proposals received for the same, by the subscriber, at the north corner of Prince and Patrick streets. Alexandria. Imme diate attention is requested, feb 6—dlwR, THOMPSON. NEW ORLEANS SUGAR &. MOLASSES. | A HOGHEADS prime Sugar 100 do do Molasses, landing Brig Maria, from New’ Orleans, for sale by jan 2S W. FOWLE. & Co. £3“ National Intelligencer, 3 times a week 6 weeks. N. E. RUM. HI1DS N. E. Rum, landing from Wankinco, for sale bv feb 5 WM. FOWLE 4, CO! 54 Brig H JAMES D. KERR AS just received one Pipe of superior Old BRANDY. feb 6 APPLES. OA BARRELS Baldwin 4. Russett Apples 100 boxes Scaled Herrings Received per brig Wankinco, from Boston, for for sale by LAMBERT <fc McKENZIEy feb 5 Union wharf! CHAIRS! CHAIRS! AN additional supply of Rush Seat Chairs just received and for sale low by GEORGE WHITE. On hand—A first rate Surveyor’s Compass, with Staff, Chain, &c., for sale by G. W. feb 6 ORANGES AND LEMONS. BOXES Oranges 9U boxes Lemons, landing from Brig Wankinco, for sale by feb 5 WMt FOWLE 4 CO. kGUM ELASTIC SHOES. 2‘CASES Gum Elastic Shoes just received and foraale low by WM. D. NUTT, jan 27_ SAMUEL C. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAVING moved to Wprrenton, Fauquier County, will practice in the Courts of that County, Prince William and Fairfax, jan 6 — law3m _ NEW ARRANGEMENT. The Mail Stage from Wash ington City to Winchester, via Alexandria, Fairfax Court House. Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville, Paris and Millwood, will, from this date, depart and arrive as follows, viz:—Leave Washington City at 84 o’clock, A. M., and A lexandria at 0$' o’clock, A. M. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Middlc burg the same days. Leave Winchester every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 12 o’clock, M., and arrive at Middleburg the same days. Leave Middleburg Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, lor Washington City and Alexandria, at 6 o’clock, A. M., and arrive at Alexandria by 2 o’clock, P. M., and Washington City by 4 o’ clock, P. M. Leave Middleburg for Winchester at 4 o’ clock, A. M., and arrive at Winchester by 12 o’ clock, M. By the above arrangement, very nearly all night travelling will be avoided; and as the stock is considerably improved by the addition j of several new teams of horses, the coaches be-! ing strong and comfortable,- and the drivers 1 careful, accommodating and sober men,-, the [ proprietors hope to receive such encourage- j ment from the travelling public, as will enable j them, in future, to render every possible ac- i commodation and comfort Strict attention; will be paid, but no liability on account of acci- ■ dents.. All baggage and bundles at the riskof the ; owners.jan 8—eolm > W AKKANTtiU VVIINTKK UIL.. £\ A Casks Pure Winter Strained Oil, direct from the Manufactory at Nantucket, just received, and for sale by WM. D. NUTT. In store 15 boxes superior Sperm Candles, long 4s and 5s and short 6s and 10s, vrarcauted pare. * jan 1 AUCTION SALES. PUBLIC SALE. ON Friday next, the 13th instant, at 12 o’ clock, (if fair—if not, the next fair day,) will br sold, on the premises, a LOT of GROUND, on the west side of Columbus street, and to the northward of Wythe street, in the Town of Alexandria, forty feet front and nine ty-five feet deep; on which there is a two-story ■a* FRAME DWELLING. This sale will be .Hjlmade un^er a deed of trust from Mary Ann Campbell A James W. Campbell, to secure a sum of money due to Loudoun & William Campbell. Terms Cash. A. MOORE, feb 4—ts Trustee. Valuable Farms and Merchant Mills For Sale BEING desirous to remove to the wpst, the subscriber offers for sale the FARM on wjiich he lives, on Apple Fie Ridge, four miles north of Winchester, containing 350 acres.— The improvements consist of a two story brick M dwelling house, barn, stable, and all neces sary out-houses. A never failing stream of water runs through it, and the fences are in good order. Also—A farm of HO acres lying near the mountain, 6 miles from Winchester, a good ta vern stand, and now occupied as such by Patrick MoJon. • . Also, the STONE MILT, lying on Babb’s Run, within half a mile of the last farm, and two miles of the first, with between 70 or 80 acres of land. All communications by mail (post paid) will be attended to. JOEL LUPTON. Frederick county, nov 18—eotf* COPARTNERSHIP. fpHOMAS \V. SMITH and JOSEPH H. A COATES havingentered into partnership, the Alexandria Foundry will, after the first of January next, be conducted by them, under the firm of TIIOS. W. SMITH <fc Co. ALEXANDRIA FOUNDRY M./CIUXe'k irrOK r. THOMAS W. SMITH & Co. execute orders for High and Low J'rcssure Steam Engines, Fire Engines, Patent Rope Muehinery, Iron, Brass and Composition Castings of every description; Mill Work, both Wrought and Cast; Cast-iron , Rollers,Chilled and Soft; Soap-boiler’ sand other Kettles and Pans; Mill and Tobacco Screws; Turning Lathes; Stocks, Taps and Dies; Letter Copying Presses; Sodu-water Apparatus; Mo dels of Machines, Brands, etc. Having superior Slide Lathes, they can execute Turning with great accuracy and dispatch. Ail articles made at this establishment, may be relied on as being of the best quality. dec 20—d3t&2awly LAND FOR SALE. 1WILL sell a tract of Land in Fairfax county, Va. containing about seven hundred acres, situated at the intersection of the Middle Turn pike Road leading from Alexandria to Lees, burg, and the road leading from Fairfax C. H. to Georgetown. R is distant from Georgetown and Alexandria each about twelve miles, and is well known in the county as the seat of the 'Old Court House. This land is particularly recom mended by its contiguity to the markets of the District, and the facility with which it may be divided into several parts by the roads above mentioned, which serve as permanent and well defined boundaries. This land will be sold in one body, or divided into lots as may best suit purchasers; and if not disposed j>f before the third Monday in March next, 1 will, on that day, (being Court day) sell the same to the highest bidde% before the front door of Fairfax Ceurt house. HENRY FAIRFAX * P. S. For terms apply to the subscriber, thro* the post office at Prospect Hill, Fairfax County, Va. or.to BERNARD HOOE in Alexandria.— The premises will be shown on application to John Vallandingbam or Richard Thompson, who are the tenants. II. F. nov 12 lawtf DR. T. WHITE’S VEGETABLE TOOTH ACHE DROPS A VALUABLE specific offered to the public from which a permanent and radical cure mny be obtained oi that disagreeable pain, ihe TOOTH-ACHE, with all its attendant ev ila such as fructuring the Jaw in extracting the Teeth, which often proves more painful than, the Tooth-Achc itself, and cold passing from the decayed Teeth to the Jaw, thence to the head, producing a Rheumatic affection, with many other unpleasant effects, such as a disagreeable breath, and taste in the mouth, Ac.; all of which are produced from foul or decayed Teeth. %* Certificates of Dentists and Physicians— also, Directions for using, accompany each bot tle. WM. HARPER, Druggist, june 11—wly Fairfax Street. Alexandria. A CARD. ALEXANDER P. AUSTIN HAVING taken out license for the town of Winchester, as auctioneer, and fitted up the large and commodious house on the corner of Cork and Loudoun streets, formerly occupied by Messrs. W. M. Sperry A Co., respectfully in forms the public generally that he is new ready to receive GOODS and MERCHANDISE of all descriptions at his Commission and Auction Rooms, either for Sale, Storage or Foncarding; and assures those who may favor him, that hit best endeavors and unremitted attention shall never tire in their behalf, while all favors shall be thankfully received and punctually attended to._ Winchester, Now 18—law3m „ SUPERIOR WINES, Ac. THE subscribers offer for sale the following assortment of GENUINE A WELL SE LECTED WINES, in casks and cases:— L. P. Madeira, pale and red, Murdoc A Co. L. P. A L. P. L. P. L. P. L P. L. P. L. P. do Co. do Newton, Gordon do Tlnta, vintage of 1821 do Sercial, vintage of 1819 do Dual, do 1827 do Burgundy, do 1825 do East India, per Brahmin do Payne A Co. Gordon’s pure Grape Juice Superior Old Brown and Straw Coloured Sherry Wine, Woodhouse A Co. Lortdon. Choice Old SMferry, gold, pale and brown. Duff. Gordon A Co. Do Burgundy Port; do Dry Port, Harris A Son uia Hock, Dry Lisbon, Canary and Smyrna St. Julian. Medoc and Montferrend Claret Hermitage and Sauterne Champaign, Taragona, &c. Choice Old Brandy, Rum, 4c. Fine London Brown Stout, and Porter CIVlcI Q11 rts With a general assortment of GROCERIES, . &c. All of which will be sold on moderate terms. GUY ATKINS OK <fc SOW, dec 5—eotf • Fairfax street, Alexandria.