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The Meteoric Display.
n, unual Meteoric Shower of !3th • ><r.—The New Haven Herald of contains an interesting paper r prolesior Olmsted, detailing the Oculars of his observations of the an ‘r, meteoric shower on Monday before "'I >Vf make from it the following ex ru' orde> that every part of the firma , mi-'ht receive its due »hare of at r/ nn The h»ur quarters of the heavens ?nt'’Urcelled out among eight persons !ro to each quarter, one to observe ami . *,) record. The lui! moon, however, shone With so a a light as almost to hide the stars; none to be seen below the mi^nilude, of coins**, no meteors j- r;, unusual brightness could be ‘ \0*lv>ntin2 stars were observed until -Minute* past one o’clock when they n^‘n to appear at cosiderable intervals, b “in.itioi? as usual from the head of Leo, j tAh’c‘t.'constellation was then ascending | .^eastern skv. The meteors gradual- i Jj ,nC,eased in nu nber and brightness! ,},,y- ignr. Nearly all, as they dart • jvtfk left visible traces of their paths. ,\f these were brilliant, and ali .,Mtst hive had a high degree of hrigh - ' to have overcome so strong a moon- j . yfif# "fhe whole number countrri during the , uas 22»>. Of these, all but 10 or i-/either radiated from a point in the k*Hl t»l Leo. or moved in Jims which, il continued, would have passed through tM point. . The maximum, or period of greatest f-riuencv. has usually occured about | un)M«*ck;b»t on the present occasion, 'hr *< o’clock the numbers rapidly ir. rfav-fl and remained nearly uniform ,f the next three t»our>*, averaging near <t 0ne per minute. The various meteorological instru vere attentively imspected during • ^niith'. but nothing remaikable was ^ived Tne spots nn the son, (which some i hiv* supposed to have a connexion with ihf zidiacai Imnt ) are very remarkable M .re-ent, and peculiarly deserving Ibe ^Mention ot astronomers. Yesterday I'he 13th) eight distinct groups were visi li<*on the sun’s di-k, even to thesmall telescopes. These, with larger pow efi.couM be res dved into more than six lv distinc* spots. Vale CV’lege N«»v 14. O. Review er Elections.—The Journal of (\mnuerce publishes a table under this h H.and we give the remarks w ith w hict» futpap**r introduces the table: AVnVw of the Elections — In the suro mirv view of elections annexed,we have j tul-jv«T**d to deal in period fairness J ■irliiheVan Bmvn men, and in many | pirticutars have conceded to them mure j than they could justly claim. Neveithe- | l s<, the result shows, a Whig gain, as cmparcd with the last previous similar j elections, of one hundred and sixteen ' ;W+nnl fie* hundred ami ninety *j.r,-«nd r would have been still larger, had we r*» been obliged,<n a few cases, lor w ant til ’ i'* necessary data to substitute the j Eccioru! vote last November. In the j list columns of the table, we have j g»vei\ in alt the States mentioned, the EKtor.il vote I »f Novemt»er. showing a n“tt Whig gain, since that dale, ot Mirty thousand,four hundred and thirty !r> winch exceeds t>v si.rti/-fire thousand iuly nine, the majority in the whole country Gy which Mr Van liuren was eoctcil t<» the Presidency. Exploring Expedition.—The Army and i Navy Chronicle states that the following appointments ha ve been made by the JSt* iretary ot the Navv. Leut. Janes Glynn, commanding the bnj Coii'ort, Geographer and Hydru jpaplier. * Lent M itthrw F. Maury, of the slrp A* (roi.omer. t ii tpl on Waiter Colton, Ili^torogra t *er am) Ijhi ,4, jail I he dunes o these several appoint w;i) i>r* discharged hv the rospec ♦ci]fiib(*lit-, we believe, in addition 1 i! nr duties as utfioers of tie* navv. i> undeis'ood that Gom, Jones "f'C to the appointment ot a “uMorio P*ipher' to the * xpedition; very pioper- | >*»>ur ( pinion, deeming ail tin* ii»f>r-j **hcn to be obtained, as the exclusive! ^■•P»Tty, and at the sole disposal of the ! "Vermuent—and not lo» the benefit of j Kwulating bank maker. We regret I 1 iU if the Pi evident lias not listen ^ »the objection ot ine Gommodore in ''Hii'un tu tuis matter.— Xnrfolk Herald. •to we never to heir the end of the 1 Vutcs and difficulties about this un ■'^."nate Expedition?-—W e wish it was '■ ■u sder way, and, at least, clear ofour f'.MSt. Uerrn Sur.tn, an abolitionist, re* ! :,t Peteiboro, in New York, has 1 i.u led a negotiation with the Hon. •r laaxton, ofYa., for his slaves,! 1 View to their manumission from | . n^r',» an^ removal to Peterboro.— l •'lo enter info bonds for their main * ei,-ince. till nnnhood. appears be n<»t a little ! at Pie great Whig meeting at ; U)'J;eu^ and has amused iiself by up the >pe»*th»*s into lines c«»m f ^rp'n^ capitals, and intended to r ht^11 ^,,n^ verse. As the only po .^-Mv connected with the admin ej h(0n ,s Kmmons. tlie distinguisli rpn'1>^rUf 1 *^r ^ an Boren, and "■ Ton / Versp and I qoor to members presume that this very !,°m “*s Pe,,*“~^ JorA* ,fe than I7,nt)0 bids of Flour 1: Vf!, r'MI1 UP rtver, on Tuesday*, and ►;}j ^ -|fstl,day. During the week 35, vi;^r(. .V' i)Uu'‘s hive arrived at the "a.f ^‘a,1^*hg,hesidcssevoralhurKired> aunu^rrJ-1$* This quantity we believe »*4u“T>i Ur»« qualities r» ^siad 'vi‘ during the week thus, for ^rk-it0* ^r°^uce have been brought to i’P;>r^!l ®'eal abundance.—\etr York l\E\ n^WMMi Jr., <1/ » ’ oa King, near Washing s‘fvtt, Alexandria, nov IT—ly Latum From England.—The ship Wes-1 Chester, Capt Ferris, has arrived at New York from Liverpool, bringing London dates of the ! ltt», and Liverpool of the 12th ult., one day later than we had be fore recieved. There is nothing material from Eng land, save the commercial intelligence.— A statement of *he revenue of Great Bri tain is published tor the cpiarter ending the 10th October last, which shews a de crease on the quarter of jCI, 187, 762 ster ling. The accounts from France are not la ter that those which reached us by the Louis Phillippe. The expedition against Constantine i3 the absorbing topic in Pa ris at present. Don Carlos, as we always predicted, has found himself worsted as soon os he quitted the mountain country in the North «*f Spain, and is returning there from his unsuccessful attempt un Madrid as fast os he can. From Fcirtujj.it, the accounts now re ceived only confirm the complete over throw of the friends of the Charter gran ted by Don Pedro. MARRIED. At BrilevAccomack County, Vir ginia, on YVednesdav, the 8th insr., by the Rev. Aiistides S. Smith, of the Pres byterian Church, Dr. Arthur \V. Down ing to Miss iMaky P. BaYly. On Wednesday evening Inst, bv the Kev. E. O. McGuire, Jonm Hanson 'Tho mas, M. D. of Baltimore, to Anna Camp bell. only duugh'er of Bazil Gordon, Es qinie. of Falmouth, Vn. On Tuesday Evening last, ty the Rev Samuel Kepplei,Y1r Francis M. Wkedon, of YVarrenton, to Miss Sarah Jane Bris coe, of Leesburg. On Thursday, November 9. at Union, bv the Reverend John A. Collins, Dr. Theodore Leith,*o M iss Vetrukia A.Plas ter. daughter of Henry Piaster Jr., all ul Loudoun C». DEATHS. On the 19d) ii:st., William R. Maddox Esq aged 59, long known as a highly j respectable citizen • f Washington, and j for many years a member of the Board j of Aldermen. On the 13th ins*., at his residence near Charlottesville, Virginia, John Winn, K-q. alter a longand protracted sickness. Mr W inn had been postmaster lor ihir ty years at Charlottesville. Oi the lltli instant at Summer Hill his late residence, near Annapolis (Md.) Brice J. V\ okthington. Esquire, hi the 74?h year his age,alter a protracted ill ness. Pt ice of Produce in Alexandria front j Wagons trnd l ess els. j Flour, per bbl. (> ew) $.9 25 a 0 09 Wheat, w hite, per bush. 2 06 a 2 19 ‘ Wheat, red 0 99 a 2 00 Corn, (vessels) 0 95 .1 0 00 | (.Torn (wagons) 0 90 a 0 00 Kye, - do 0 95 a 0 96 Flaxseed, - - I cn u 0 09 j Oats, from wagons, bush 9 35 a 0 37 j Do from vessels, do 0 35 a 0 36 j Corn Meal, per bushel, 9 SO a 9 09 Bacon, per cwt. - 8 90 a 9 09 Butter, roll, per lb. 0 29 <i C 23 Do tirkin, do - 0 14 a 0 17 Lard, do • 0 S a 0 9 Pi.asteii Paris, retail, ton, 5 50 a 0 (Ml Flour.—Saturday the wagon price of Flour should have been quoted at $9 I2.J: I yesterday (Monday) it w as 9 25: the store ! price we believe is 9 50. Holders of flour \ are easy about selling at the going rates | and but little more con es in than supplies our own consumption. Grain.—\Y*e have yet to notice a mate ijdl advance in wheat. Yesterday good A] brought $2 06 and parcels of prime red 2 19. Old corn fully maintains our quotations, and rye, free of garlic, would | niing upwards of SI 00. j NEW YORK MARKET —Nov. JS j Ashes are without change in price, but i Pots are in more demand. The sales o! 1 'niton for the week are 25 000 hale*,with <»ut any material change in prices: the whole range ol salt's was from 0 a 14 cts. tNnapcachy Logwood is more plenty, and lower in price: small sales have been made at >28 80 Sales ol Godlidt by o »rgo at >3,25 a 37. Mackerel ate rathei ! cheaper. YV*siein canal flour is $0,75 a S7 for I common brands. Ttoy and New \ oik J city, >0 50 a 75; Ohio $0.75 a 10. The i ext* a k>nds ol Southern, New Orleans j >our has sold at $7,50 Rye Hour ad vane ; ed to 0,73. corn meal, 5,37 a 50. Raisins j advanced as the auction sales show,! hunches brought $2,53, 1000 bushels, Oh»o wheat sold at 200j- ct> bu. Rye at j 131 cts.; Oats 40 a 50 cts. for Nordiern; j Corn I tO a 110 ct-. Thete have been extensive sales of, Turks Island Salt, at 394 cts, and liver-! pogl sack*, factory filled, at 210. There j is more demand f«»r Reel, and prices are s a little hgher. Rutter ami Cheese are J uther better. No change in other pro- | visions. j Nothing new in Naval Stores or Oils.! Molasses lias at last become so plenty as j that prices are giving way a little: 930 ! hods have recently been bought in Bo---! ton by our dislike s, at 3 a 33 cts lor • Havana. Sugars also rather fall hack from their \ very iiigl* prices. Sales o| large parcels j Siuly Sumac at $55 a bo ton. Tobacco i firm. Sales \Y halebone at 22 cts. Ex j changes on England 15 a lo4, firm; France 4f 95 a 974. I NEW STYLE CARPETINGS. j JUS T received— 5 pieces blue, gold and yellow 5 do green, scarlet, and w hite 5 do in trooo, brown and scarlet . 5 do green and crimson 5 d > rich, in small figuies 5 d > 4-4 Venitian, to match 5 do 3-4 do do 1 bale tult tugs 1 do common rugs 2500 yards best Brussels 4 sets Imperial carpetings As the season is lar advanced. I will sell the above goods cheap. DARIUS OLAGETT. Washington, Nov. IS—3t I fi> SHIP NEWS. ,gj PORT OF ALEXANDRIA, P. C. Arrived. November 20. Schr Potomac Knapp, New York; to S. Shinn & Co. and freight for the dU* I trie*. I Schr Eliza, Mattox; corn and wheat to S. Shinn & C >. i Schr Hornet, Boyds Hole; corn and I wheat to S. Shinn & Co. Schr Liberty, Nanjemoy; corn and w heat to S. Shinn & Co. Steamboat Fredericksburg, Guyther. 1 Baltimore, freight and passengers for the i dis*ric\ Steamer Columbia, Mitchell, Norfolk; with passengers. Sailed, Nov ember 20. i Ship Maryland, Berry, New Orleans. J Ship Catharine Jackson, Peabody, N. Orleans. Brig isaac Franklin, Smith, N. Orleans. memoranda. Sloop Friendship, Bradbury, hence at j Phil. 18tb. —_ - ' Gratuitous Lectures on PHRENOLOGY, AT the Lecture Room of the 1st Pres- ' bvtcrian Church, on Tuesday (this) and Wednesday evening’s, at 7 o’clock, P. M. Doctor Colly ck, (Pupil of the late Dr. Spurzheim.) Comparative and Practical Phrenologist, informs the in habitants of Alexandria, that the above Lectures will be rendered amusing and interesting; and will be illustrated by Casts, Skulls, Drawings, Ac. The science will be tested by the ex amination of an individual chosen by the company, at tin* termination of the Lectures. Seats reserved for the Ladies. From long and successful practice, the Doctor is prepared to warrant every ♦ xmainaiion correct. He may be consul ted during the day at the lecture room. Families waited on at their residences. Each Examination will be accompanied by a chai t and pamphlet. The public are invited to attend the Lectures Free of any charg*'. To the Lci'tits—M its. Ccm.yeii will fur nish, to those w ho desire to know’ their character, a corret Phrenological chart. She may he s**en at Miss Ashton’s, from 10 o’clock till 1 P. M. nov 21 — I w. SCHOOL BOOKS. A FARTHER supply of Goldmiith’s Natural History; (Questions to Mur ray’s Grammar; Wannstrocht’s French Grammar; Swinei’s ChemLhy; Blairs Philosophy, w ith Hallow eli’s Improve ment’s and Additions; Olnev’s Geogra phy and All is; Woodbridge and Willard’s do! do.; Woodbridge's do. do., Smith’s. Huntington’s and Malle Bruit’s do do.; with a general assortment of School Books; just rec< Ived and lor sale by n. v 21 BELL A ENTWtSLB. FAMILY FLOUR. BBLS. Family Flour, a good arti OVr ticie—just received and for sale bv the subscriber, corner of King and Si Asaph streets. W. B. MASSEY. Who has also in store, superfine flour, which he oilers wholesale and letaii. ip*v 21 — 3t SHOT. V FURTHER supply this day landing which makes my assortment of ail sizes, complete, for sale at lower prices nv 'nov 21 S. MESSEKSMITH. GUN POWDEIL AFRESH supply Of ‘‘Duponts/’ re ceived and lor sale by nov 21 A. C. CAZENOVE A SPERM OIL. M CASKS Winter Strained 16 Casks, Fall Oils, teceivcd by Schr Victory for sale by nov 21 A C. CAZENOVE A Co REFINED SUGARS OF different qualities, received per Sloop Johnson, for s de by nov 21 A. C.CAZENOVE A CO. cm* ESE. | CASKS Piime Goshen—just rr I vr ceived per Potomac, and for sale by ANDREW J. FLEMING. nov 21 COAL. BUSH. Grate and Smiths 1 HU coal on board the Schooner Penns) Ivania, now landing and for sale by J A G. I. THOMAS. nov 21 CHEESE. 1 A CASKS Piinv Goshen—ju^t re I. ccived and lor sale by nov 21 DANIEL CA WOOD & CO. KISH BA UK ELS. | nnn TIGHT red and white Oak 1 vMJ'Lr Kish Barrels, for sale by nov 21 B. WHEAT & SON. TAIL ROSIN, OAKS, Ac. i)BBLS Tar m tv is bbls Rosin 1 bale Shoe Thread Lot of Oars Ju<t received and for sale by nov 21 B. WHEAT vY SON\ BEAVER AND MILLED CLOTHS. WE shall open on Monday next— 2 pieces Ingrain Beaver Cloth, for overcoats 2 do Milled Cloth, do do j Handsome new Vestings and Pau la loon Goods The above aie of a superior kind. BRADLEY* iY CATLETT. Washington, N«»v. 20—3t LION SKIN COATING. u;K have (his day opened—* ▼ f 100 pieces blue and black Cloths 250 do assorted colors 100 do superior Casimeres 5*> do Pdot Cloths 50 do heavy milled Cloths 30 do lion skin Coating 150 do ladies’ Cloak Cloths The above we vill have made up in • he best manner, by the best tailors, or sell them by the piece verv low. BRADLEY <fc CATLST !\ Washington, N*v. 20—3t BLACK CHANTILLY VEILS. JUST r'»cdved, 23 superior black Veils, worked ^ith sewing silk, superior article 1 case Fancy Chenille Work Bas kets, fur centre and toilet tables 4 cartoons rich Feathers for bonnets. And will be sold low by the subscriber. DARIUS CLAGETT. Washington, Nov 15—3t -NEW FALL GOODS. JOT1N H. BRENT has just received a fresh supply of Goods, consisting in part of Superfine Cloths—black, -wool dyed black, blue corbeau, green, invisi ble and Polish green, brown, cla ret, drab, mixed, &c. Black, drab and mixed cassimeres Pilot cloths and flushings Casinets, plain and striped French blanket?, very superior Rose, whitney, marinaw, duflil and point blankets White, scarlet and yellow flannel Roger’s patent and French flannel Floor cloths and swanskin English merinos and ratinet French and English bombazines | Black and blue black silk velvet Irish linens and diapers Merino, lambswool, mohair Sc silk hose While, black and colored cotton bose Kid, silk, pic nic and cotton gloves Plain and figured silks Linen cambric and handkerchiefs Cambricks, Jackonets and bishop lawn Plain and checked Swiss muslin Black and white crape; veil crape Bobinet, wash blond Bandannas and Choppa Rowalls Green barage and oil cloth Black and blue black cbally, challyett Italian lustring, Gro de Swiss and Gro de Nap Table cloths and napkins Marseilles quilts; toilet covers Calicoes, various styles and qualities English long cloth, very superior American long cloths and shirtings french linen and drilling Furniture chintz and dimity Waltham sheetings and shirtings Patent thread ar.d sewing cotton Unbleached cotton, checks, bed ticks, osnaburg?, Laos, huckaback, bur lap?, canvas?, sacking, linseys, fulled cloth, pins, tapes, bobbins, Sc. nov 21 NEW DRY GOODS. ROI3T. WASHINGTON & Co. have received an additional assortment of seasonable Goods, consisting of Super blue black, invisible green and brown cloths Medium and low priced ditto Black cable cord and colored cassi nieics Plain and striped cassinetts, of all qua lities Plaid and plain linseys and kerseys,for servants Rose point duflil and mackenaw blan ketts Lupin’s best French merinos, English ditto Drab, red, brown, and white Canton flannels White, red, and yellow woolen ditto Plain and figured floor baizes Gentlemen’s silk shirts, u desirable ar ticle Russia birds-sye and table diapers Plain and twilied shirting stripes, for sailors Drab and bine pilot cloths and flushing Marshall’s best sewing thread Best white and colored spool cotton Mateonis’slustring and Gro De Rhine Black Chinchew, for aprons Thread iuser tings and laces Spittlrfieid and Pongee hdkfs Linen cambric and cambric hdkfs Mohair, lambs wool and Merino hose, black and white Gentlem’s ribbed lamb’s wool draws Print, plaid and striped domestics Brown and bleached domestics, in great variety All of which will be sold low for cash, or to customers w ho w ill pay punctually in six month'*. nov 20 Valuable I’ro/terhj fur sale. MThe lot ol Ground, with the Dwel ling House theieon, at the corner ol King and Patrick streets, formerly occu pied by Mrs. Young. On the premises are a stable, carriage house, smoke noose, &c. Any further description of this well known and very desirable pro perty is deemed unnecessary. The terms of sale will be liberal and accommodating. Application to be made io the subscriber oct 23—cutf CHRIS’U. NEALE. S E R V A N T S’ C LOTH IN G. WE have opened — 1,000 yards country kerseys, good article [) 000 do cot on osnaburgs 2 500 do common and tine cas sinets The above will be sold low BRADLEY & CATLETT. Washington, Nov. 20- 3t W E HAVE ON HAND , •>/ww | YARDS Kidderminster Car •Jwllv" pc tings 2 500 yards Brussels Rugs ex, ected daily The above w ill be sold very cheap, to close our Fall sales. BRADLEY & CATLETT. Washington, Noe. 20—°,t U K HAVE JUST RECEIVED— | TABLE C!o:hs, superior make ; tJv/Y/ 1500yards Sheetings :lH widths 30 pieces IJuckerback Towelling And 1 case Irish Linen, very cheap i Also, 10 cases Cotton Long Ciollis j BRADLEY & CATLETT, j Washiru ton, Nov. 20—3t N. E. RUM. | /A HMDS. received per brig Virgi- : JL ^" nia — lor sale bv nov 20 VVM. FOYVLE & SON. REFINED SUGAR. O|| BOXES Irom tne Boston Refine* O'® ry, landing Irom brig Virginia, and lor sale by nov 20 WM. FOYVLE & Son. j SPECIE WANTED. 81 OR which the highest premium will ! b»* paid by JOHN CORSE. | nov 20 ____1 SOUTH AMERICAN HIDES. SOUTH A meric »n Mide*,foi ( mi r)sale by nov 20 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. j LAMPS, LAMPS. STUDENT’S Lamps Astra', Wall, Suspending and Hall nr Passage] Lamps. Just leceiVed and for sale by 11 mo 1? ROBT. IJ. MILLER, j SALT AFLOAT. BUSH., tne cargo of brig DUUv? FaVoH'e. irom Turks Island for sale by MASTERS & COX. nov 13 ALEXANDRIA MUSEUM. Open0'"* •*«* %v, S:»^days excepted. VESSEL WANTED. A freight of staves to Barbadoes, StSfwith immediate despatch, will be given to a good vessel of 120 to 150 tons, on application to nov 20 WM. FOWLE & SON. FOR FREIGHT. The good Schr. ISABELLA, Patterson, master, w ill be ready for I a cargo in two days, and take a irieght North or South Apply to LAMBERT & KENZIE, nov 16 Union wharf. FOR BARBADOES. Iffiv The brig‘FAVORITE, John R ttSKMaster*, Master, will have des patch. For freight or passage apply to nov 13MASTERS & COX. For Norfolk, Ptlersburg ami Bichmond. rffv The fine schr. PRESTO, Shor vy ter, master, will sail on next Tues ! day, and take freight for either place, ap ply to the master or to LAMBERT & McKENZIE, nov 11 Union « harf. FOR CHARLESTON. The good schooner CHARLES EDMONSON, Kelly master, will havedespatch and can takethe bulk of 100 bbls. light freight and accommodate two passengers; apply to LAMBERT & McKENZIE, nov 10 Union wharf. FOR FREIGHT. The good Schr FAWN, Fearo. S&&K2master; carries 800 barrels and will take a freight South —apply to the master or to LAMBERT & McKENZIE, nov 7 For Boston and Portsmouth, N. Ji. The coppered brig CHATHAM, Sturdevant, master, willsaii in a lew davs—lor freight or passage, applv to oct ift WM. FOWLE & SON. DR A IF? THIS DA F. Delaware State Lottery. Class No. 47 Tube drawn in Wilmington, Tuesday, November 21. HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000! Tickets $1 00—shares in proportion. Maryland State Lottery, No. 23. To be drawn in Baltimore, on Wednes day, November 22. HIGHEST PRIZE $30,000! 100 prizes of 1,000 Dollar?, &c. Tiekets $10—shares in proportion. On sale i n great variety by J. LA PH EX, Drawing of Grand Consolidated Lottery, class B. for 1837: 60 26 7 17 49 55 19 43 1! 41 50 Drawn Nos. of the Virginia Petersburg Lotery, Class No. 8, for 1837. 10 24 56 65 53 30 9 60 57 32 72 13 DR A US THIS DA Y. Delaware State Lottery, Class No. 47, To be drawn in Wilmington, Tuesday, November 21. HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000. Tickets $4—shares in proportion. Maryland State Lottery. No 23. Will be drawn ct Baltimore, on Wednes day. November 22. HIGHEST PRIZE $30,000! 100 Prizes of 1000 Dollars, &c. Tickets $10-share* in proportion. On sale in great variety hv J, W. ViOLfTTT. DR A US THIS DA Y. Delaware State Lottery, Class 47, To be drawn in Wilmington, Delaware, November 21. HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000. Tickets $4 00—shares in proportion. Maryland State Lottery, No. 23. To be drawn at Baltimore, on Wednes day, November 22. HIGHEST PRIZE $30,000. 100 prizes of $1000, &lc. Tickets $10, halves 5, quarters 2 50. To be had in a variety ot numbers ot J. LOUSE, t.nttery^ Exchange Hraker. Alexandria Drawing of Grand Consolidated Lottery class B. for 1837: 60 26 7 17 49 55 19 43 11 41 50 ? Drawn Nos. of the Virginia Petersburg Lottery. Class'S, for 1937. 10 24 56 65 53 30 9 60 57 32 72 13 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ) Alexandria County, ?*?cr October Term, 1837. ) William T. Washington, one of") fhe heirs of George S. Washington, decM.—PJtf., ncaiust Lucy P. Todd, Augusta Washing ton, widow of George Washington, deceased, who died without issue, and who was one of the children and heirs of Ihe said George S. Washing tori: Louisa Washington, widow of Samu l W. Washington, who was ». ^ | one of the children and Imirs of die ( w 1 said George S. Washington: George La Fayette Washington, Lucy Eli zabeth Washington, Christina Maria WT ashing ton, a net Ann Steptoe W ash ington, which said George,Lucy, Eli zabeth, and Christina Maria, are children and hoi is ol the said Samuel W. Washington and Louisa his wife, and are under the age of 21 years— Deft?. j The above named defendants not hav irig entered their appearance to this su't and given security according to the sta- , lute anti rules of this Court, and it ap pearing to th»» satisfaction of the Court,j (hat they ire. not inhabitants of the D. ol Columbia, on the motion of the complain- ’ ant Ly his counsel, it is ordered, that they j appear here on or before the first day of :he next May Term of the Court, ami answer the complainant’s bill, and give security for performing the decree of the | Court; and that a copy of this order be j forth wish published in the Alexandria Gazette for two months successively; and another copy be posted at the front door of the Court-house of this Countv. Test: EDM. I. LEE, C. C. nov 19—2m NOTICE. rflHE .subscriber having suffered con JL siderable damage by lox hunters takes this method ti inform them,(also | all other hunteis), that he is determined to pro&ecute all offenders* M. C. FITZHCGH. j Fairfax County, November 18—3t ; YOUNG HYSON AND G. l\ TR&. Q/jj HALF chests and boxes Young OU Hyson and Gunpowder i'ea; just received and faf *aie by I nov 16* WM. J\\ McVJiJGH. AUCTION SALKS. 7'ws da rr PUBLIC SALE. ON Saturday next, the 18th insfif fair, will be sold at 10 o’clock, A. M. com mencing at lot No. l, on Washington street, the following property, viz:— No. 1. An annuity of £47, 4s. 0d Vit ginia Currency, secured on two Iot3o/ around; one 75 by 75 on Washington and Princess streets; one 25 by 75 on Prin cess street. 2. An annuity of$22, due 1st May, 1S3S 3. An annuity of $10, '* 1st June, 1S3S 4. A vacant lot in fee, 06 feet front on Henry street by 123 5 12 in depth between King and Prince streets. 5. A frame dwelling House, in occu pancy of R. H. Windsor on King street, 20 by 100 in fee. 6. A vacant lot on Water street. 44 feet South of Wolf street, say 44 feet front by 125 deep to Potomac slreef. 7. A irarne House and Lot on Wafer street 44 feet Iront by 150 feet deep, op posite the residence of J. Harris, Es<|. 8. A vacant lot on Union street, in the rear of No. 7, 44 feet, in depth 150 feet.— Tliis lot has a good sand bank. 0. About 50 feet front on Water street by 123 5 12 on Franklin street, a corner 10 About 80 feet front on Water street by 123 5 15 West, south of John Beck ley’9 house. 11. A vacant lot 100 feet front on Roy al street by 123 5 12 deep, opposite Ycates garden. For terms apply to THOS. VO WELL. If not sold previously to Wednesday Ihe 15th inst., it will be offered at publie auction. Also, MThe comfortable dwelling House and lot occupied by the subsciber on Water street near the Farmei’s Bank. After the sale of the House, one side board, book case, sopha. clock, lamps, a set of silver plate, made irom Dollars (without alloy) consisting of 1 coffer, 2 Tea, Sugar disn,Cieam Ewer and Basin, ill be offered. Terms at sale. nov 13—td THOS VOWELL. JO" For want of bidders the above sale is postponed until Tuesday next 21st inst, commencing at 10 o’clock—at w hit li time the property will positively be sold if bidders can be had. nov 20 C. ASHFORD, Aucf. THIS D A V. MARSHAL’S SALE. TTNDEU u Decree ol the Circuit Court fur ilie County of Alexandria, pro nounced at October Term, 1830, in which the Mutual Assurance Society against Fire on buildings in the State of Virgi nia are Complainants, and Charles Mc Knight defendant, the subscriber will of fer lor sale at public auction on the pre mises, on Tuesday 21st day ot November, next, for cash at 12 o’clock, a Tenement and lot of ground on the north side of King street, lately occupied by Thomas King, between the property of said Charles and John McKnight on the east, and the property of John llewetl’a heirs, on the west fronting 19 feet and r nning back 52 feet, more or less. D. MINOR, D. Mm oct 20—eots for A. Hunter, Marshal. Dry Hoods, Shots, Hoofs, $c., at And ion. ON Saturday the 25 tb inst., commenc ing at 10 o’clock, will be sold at my Auction Room, opposite the Marine In surance Office, King street, a variety ot Dry Goods, &c, consisting of cloths, cas i me res. casinelt?, Gro de nap and Lute string silks, fancy silk and gause hdkfs, Thibet, cashmere and blanket shawls, worsted stocking*’, kid, beaver, and Los - kin gloves, cambric, plain and figured Swiss, mill1, and book muslins, bobincf, iace and thread edgings, painted muslins, ginghams, ready made vests,-one blue cloth coat, fur and silk hats, seal skin and for caps, pruned, morocco and seal skin shoes and gailher boots, coarse pegged shoes, boots, &c. Terms liberal and made known at sale. CRAVEN ASHFORD, novl8—td Auctioneer I uluablt Heal Usfoft to Dense. ON Saturday, I lie 25il» inst, if lair, if not, the next lair day (Sunday’sex cepted,) at 12 o’clock, A. M., at the Coni t Hou>e door, I shall offer lor rent, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, lor a term not exceeding three years from the 1st day of Janu try, 1S3S, the former re sidence of Edward Lloyd, doc’d , known by the name of Lock aber, situate imme dial* l> north ol the town of Alexandria, ami within a hail mile theicof, containing about 32 acres of land, now in good heart, and upon w hich, there is an excel lent dwelling House, stable, corn and ch: • iage houses, all in good older, and most pleasantly located, with a variety ol elude* Iruit. The land heretofore has been princi pally cultivated as a garden. And im mediately thereafter, and in like manner, on the premises, two ot her lots— one con taining one acre*—the other about 13 situated near the Root IJousej f*»r the lei m of —— years, to the highest bidder. In both cases, the tenant or tenants, will he requited to cultivate the laud in a Husband-like manner, and io deliver up the premises at the expiration of the lease or leases, in tenantable order: rea sonable w’car and tear allowed. The r^nt to he paid annually on the 1st of January in each year, with tiie u»nal re servation of distress and re entry in case ol default By direction ol the Orphans Court ol Alexandria County. DENNIS JOHNSC N, Attorney in fact of Harriet M- Lloyd — Administratrix de bonis non, with tho will annexed ol Edw. Lloyd, deceased, nov 15—eots __ FOR RENT. I WILL rent for five years, my Estate, calkd JJoyd’s Hole, lying in King George county, on the Potomac River.— The Tract contains about 400 acres of good quality. There is a comfortable duelling house upon the farm, with out houses of every description in good re* pair. An extensive Fishery is attached tu the land. It is b*''ween the fat ms of Dr. Grayson ap< Gustavus Alexander, oct 9—WM. BERNARIX. ^T-Vi A KINDS AND PRUNES, * % /store, and Jot sale bv A nov zU A. C. CAZLNOV E & Go. COTTON, a A BALES Raw Coiton, suitable for 8 ‘ * retailer received by 1 nov 14 b. WHEAT & SON.