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ivelnig Uiedistance it 100 days, so that by tin» o: uckaloo, !,is countryman and fellow traveller, | ajorClapperton, ascending the river from the | ight oflienin. Boll, wdl reach the points from hence they commence their researches regard „'the middle course and termination of that elebrated stream at the close of the rainy sea an, and Major Laing, in particular, will read 'iniluictoo at a period of the year wlu-n, al wing a lew w. cks for refreshment and repose ter the fatigues undergone in the passage of at desert, he will he able to start w ith , cut of the dry season, to lo.low | I 00 . 1 ,.the most valuable of | producing' red, tip pews out The color it ini ic gre ic commence mt u t the ulterior object of bis journey. TO DYERS.—thrw I the known dy es ; .lie known in this country. dv permanent, much more i Beautiful clarets are rood, and a small por all shades of than trts is big. . her red dying wood, ade on woof with this It i a used i m of copperas. frown, and in the making of nark bottle-gruuns. - (Till, alum, it g-ivesydlov. i-.lt brown reds to wool, f durability. This color Tiny lie saddened and s [tried by employing solutions of iron or copper j p,th it, either alone or conjointly with alum. ditch is commonly seen upon a British imitation of Bandaiino, or K ist-ln ha i k handkerchiefs, is commonly produced by the ; ^Kioring matter of bar-wood, saddened by sul- [ Kiate of iron. II is much employed for giving KaSd-ik eTounl for blues, tlvcil with indigo, hut, , More generally for blues intended for mixtures, j Bhcreby mueli indigo is saved. Tliis color is ; ' >r to dipping in the ■u. vit From 1 to 2 pounds of bar wood is i ls d for tv.cntv pounds of wool, in which the ! cxd is boilrd'the us-rd lime, and sadden-1 ith four ounces of copperas *o twenty pounds ' Those who object to copperas, , small quantity of airlasli, which may be put in with the wool .-lure boiling it. ; ant of onportanlty; and to iho an ml sam m use of the vaccine mat ter. 8«, el, was the ® ah,ip-.thy oftlie people, that the Prefect of Xtd ■^sorted' to tin- expedient of causing a man, j lark veil, ]|v it on the wool or cloth p : hanvood. darken the wool with a ,iv •ouhl seem that the small nox has made this year in the Freti.'li capital, in the month of August, ft eat lav; f 4000 deaths the or 800 at least were produced by that 7 made to the ult. and fully dis .-as* ulc. the subject wi ' the 20tl WKb ed. All the facts advanced tend toe ijHnc importance of rm the small pox was ^Hunber of w . aB ;l ,.;es, who renia' ued without that benefit Irmn ■Bweiudice or report .■ of Medicine ■n d. pia iriiicJ to the immense ! ■orkinen and others of tiie poorer ! . and •d of Small i'ox had dap injured, to be îëd though all tiie i beets, by a crier, who proclaimed the reason of | is afflictions, in several of thc departments, t provinces, a premium has been assinged fur iich fifty successful cases of vaccination. j In tne London Police Reports,^we findet men re, was put to the bar charged counterfeit coin! she was cm.. loved in this «•»>' ,9 c s; agi, »10 u su » si ._ - ^ sliepurcbas-1 d trifles with counterfeit ■shillings, and received oo 1 tnouev in change.' The reporter, after giv evidence in detail trravelv adds "that and the whom 11 (■ftioned that on the 12tli Sept. 'Muf/iix years „fr. Mewitli circulatiuü , fruiterers, S ion n oo 1 tnouev in change.' The reporter, after giv evidence in detail trravelv adds "that ^tid l.?th the prisoners (the young woman and the fchild) were fully committed for trial." part j "The parents of the chill are honest hard ; forking people, and their feelings on hearing j . fcmt Il.eii- ei.ild had been seduced into »he com mission of such a crime can be more easily con ,ocivcil than described. I lie mother <jii seeing 1 1 1 ous i! it been for the gcaler, she wouM have inflicted ; Lome violence on the woman Smith, for seducing i i||g hier infant." . , , , i the lathe code of criminal law prepared by Mr. | .Livingston for the state of Louisiana, provisions , li i mad«.* for juvenile delinquents: but the much j ( handed laws of Englaml, consign a chiU that can- j f not know right from wrong, to a common prison. , , , 1 I employed at a Mill, ; 1 n Some workmen who w near Bristol, in Bucks county, Pu. lately sawed [ off Cull to un inch,) the onlv board laid across the forebav of the mill, where thc water was 10 feet | deep, in order tliat an old man, who was ex pccted to cross it might fall in and be ducked; j n they warned several persons not u. go over i, ; " but the old man in passing over as expected,, broke the board, fell through, a splinter ran in-1 to his bowels, a mortification ensued, of which I j., he died in two weeks after; previous to his death I lie forgave the perpetrators ol this wicked art, and expressed Ills wish that they might not be prosecuted. I > I Sp At a session of the American convention fot promoting the abolition of slavei » Philadelphia, resolutions were p; ■ lows;— H Tliat in thc opinion of this convention, the most practicable means of effecting the com plete extinction of slavery in the Fnitcd Status, is by the passage of laws, 11 the several states, fixing* a day, after which all persons ot colour, horn in the respective states, shall be free at a certain age. 2. That this convention recommend to the different abolition societies in the United States, and to all individuals who are friendly to thc ex tirpation of slavery from thc United States, to use their endeavors to procure the passage of such a law in thc state in which they reside. held i 2 d as fol Wc copy the following from a smnT hex, made f|H from part of one of thc* beams of the Glasgow Cathédral, the only building that was saved from destruction at the Reformation:—"Respect me for what I have been. Once I **as a yonng anil, m hopeful plant of nature; in thc course of years ! became tall, the birds of the uir were happy un- 1 Md ilcr m . v and returned me their sweetest j notes for the protection; by the hand of man i|. HH was cut down, and stripped of nature's ro!)os: at U® forwards I became an Arch in the Cathedral of |H Glasgow, and for upwards of seven hundred ||H yeaas have been a cover to to the teachers in yH that sanctuary? I have screened alike the saint gH and sinner from the stormy blast; but now l am H an outcast fnm the house of God, become a gaz J jB ing-stock in the hands of man, and a part of my Wm remains made a snufi-hox. ■k is paid for. A hill has been read a second tnn n , by a vote of21 to 16, requiring that a plaintiffi before lie can obtain a en. sa. shall swear tliat he believes tho defendant has some of his effects concealed, with which he could a part oftlie debt; and sub jecting such plaintiff to the penalties ol perjury for taking a false oath. In thc discussion on this bill, the writ of ca. sa. was denominated a relic of j ancient barbarism, which ought to be eradicated from our laws. It was urged to be contrary to our enlightened principles and our free mstitu «•w to immerse h„ unfortunate man in the wails Tennessee Legi sture . —A bill passed this body on the . 20th ult., for the relief of married wo men, whose husbands have either left them, or driven them from their homes; also a bill giving the builder of a house a lien on the property un til the , , . o: a dung-on, morel., ino.msu uc laving "v slatm'e'tocansc relation to t. e owerof tln. Leg.slatme to cause ^ their mm - ll M-dicafied All »..* "induced to cstaUisli a M- cal and Ohiru^ical Siiciety tl.esa£ T" h t.Hion to consist■* "* " s "^ " e -ash, and one 'Vest Ic;, to evun "* so am ç i is I I . ' ' ' , ' *,!,., , nä ,. d (1 physic,a,is, a heavy penalty to he «l'^d o s(li hose u ho may attempt to pi . . ra license. A bill w as also mlrod W I leas iters, bulletin, s At., > ■ n than a single appointment. a _ -___ WIMffiWaTOSBIAK, | I : DELAWARE AI) VEUT IS Lit. _! Thursday, Nov. 17, 1825. Jppointmen/s /,// the President. Samuel D. Heap, of Pennsylvania, to be Con s .,i () f the U. States for the Citv ami Kingdom of Tlll)is * m the place of Charles l). Coxc, transferr i su) ()f tbc states ; (1(jm uf Tli . )oli [ .. , , ,, , j In our papet ofl.. ; extract from the Bull do Journal, of the late f; ana i Celebration" which took place at i . . . . c . i.. i. I ! th,lt town » on un,t,n? ® 1 ' ' ' ** 1 ' ^ with that of tbc ocean. \\ e now, on our« ' j as t p.igT, present our readers with another ; , j' f| . om tbe New-York Evening Lost, ' ' "wbi.-'i giving an account of the celeb, at.on wlm.., I took place in that city, on the same event. An account of this proceeding should he re gistcrcd in every Journal of this great con federaev. It is a proof that the mammoth loueiaio. 1 work of internal improvement is rolling on rn territory, and ere long, I ; has e a noble cause for their rejoicing, fo1 ' ; tliis is the moot glorious event that ever j j, . „ of th;lt state- their ca- | S r,| cod the . 1.1 . of .. j mil is a proud monument of t.ic gc 1 . • - j I cd to Tripoli. ('barbs I). Core, of Ncw-.lorsev, to he fon for the City and King place of Thomas 1). Aniler veek, wc gave an through our w will he so far advanced, as to make thc beasts and savages of the forest our hours. The citizens near ! ot New-York ; ! tie free people. i | ()n Monday last, our citizens * ■ i u (i ljcrt pectcdly gratified by the annal or Holt, t j Owen, the great philanthropist, of whom we I h ive lately read and heard so much. Mr. were unex had the h ive lately read and heard so much. Mr. q wcu Mrivcd here from New York, via. Pliiladelpliia, at the former of which places bL . bllt a fow days ago arrived from P.uropc. " I,i It was soon made known that it was his # tention and desire to communicate personal- m Iy b j s views to the citizens of our Borough; j first , , t , bruc o'clock thc Town-Hall was • ^tid aoout tlitec o etoex u, , I crowded to excess with the most intelligent wll part of our town, who met him at least with silw ; od w ii| if not with a full conviction that they j . .. v ,j th llini 5n w huthc was about to should a„rcc wit imini in wi.av communicate. IDs disciples, or tnuse »no of 1 his doctrine, und ave not only strenu 1 ous "'Ivocates of lus system of society but j ; have already joined his banner, and are )cut i i||g up recruits, drew as near his person as p i the crowd of inquisitive little urchins who | f ■ t h». «traivrc*i**sf ice bis , gazed with vacant stai e in the stiaiyi st.i .(, j ( no doubt surprised that tho thing which t|je j a » J0U ^ to Lring tiie Millenium, should , b !liall) his greatest rational j , 1 ' , I • admirers, we say, "encompassed Him a ~ ! j v ; bout," and with a peculiar expression o* j C 1 I,i c h at once indicated joy and | | countenance . triumph, seemed not only to sanction ms ai - j j n- umt .„tK but to carry the words from las lips ; " 0 0 f the audience, . ... Mr Owen briefly stated his view s m fot in I j., g societiçs upon principles similar 'o those I .. New-Lan.irk, in Scotland, and New-llar . , ,„i ., inoiiy, in Indiana, and winch amounted to a I bout the same as are to be found in his several > I discourses at Washington, Philadelphia, eve.; so clear and lucid by a to of hut in this case, they were as to be comprehentle most limited capacity ; and sure we arc, that -'cut to hear him with minds d by persons of the many who green with prejudice, went away astonished, delighted, completely pinion and quite ready to join his standaid, and stand by the champion of so good a apostatised jn o a cause. It will be seen by our columns to-day, that General Lafayette lias safely reached his native country, and his home, where lie lias received the tender embraces of his family and the fond congratulations of a numerous concourse of anxious friends. The Gener un* i anil, , . , . . , . ! pleasant one; the ship being accompanied by 1 heavy winds the whole time; but, it is a j eonso iatioa to hear that he arrived safe and i|. , . at- m good Health. of in am my al's passage across the Atlantic was ; Ferhaps the solving of the following question, ! with a Geometrical construction and demonstra-1 ' ' lie tion, may aliord amusement to some ot oui i young mathematicians. j if a person starts from the centre of a circular sub- . conta i n i nir ten acres, and travels due East ' . " .. .. „ ... this a certain distance, then *• ' of j continues irt this direction until he meets the c j rcum ference of the circle:—how far must he to ; nthe f ir3t direction, so us to travel oltogeth. 5 w wails er just 90 Fetches? w ■ I We have understood that the fortunate ticket which yesterday drew the Capital Frize of 5515,000, in the Washington Canal & St. Peter's Church Lottery, was but a few days ago sold by Messrs. Robertson 8c Little of this Borough, at their Office lately estab lished in Philadelphia. wo or un Fui' the Wiluiingtosuan. THE BRANDT WINE. | W(; llavo bcen permitted says the New-York j »rÄ^ÄStwsst terday-we are^on our way from Havre to Gib ^ J ^ urrived , lt Ilavre 011 t | le 4tb . land Hen. LAFAYETTE and suit the next day, immediate i y a f ler sailed for Gibraltar. h 'd ™vcelycleared Cape La Houge before we took a violent gale from the westward, and were so fortunate as to arrive here in safety—We will probably remain long enough to relit our s(li H when sllidl .^„"attempt to read, Gib ra | tar . \Ve have had a constant gale ever since W e left the Capes of Virginia; and, since l have bc( . n to sea, 1 have never known so unpleasant a passagc . ' T he General came on deck only four times.—lie \v:is confined to his bed almost till | tilITü...«"" s , a sic kness, combined with an at fttl I We I tick of the gout in his right knee." : DEPARTURE OF GENERAL LAFAYETTE IN'E. FllOM THE HUAXlir The editor of the Baltimore Patriot has been favoured with the, following interesting extract from an officer to a gentleman in Udtuuou. a makes her I believe that it is, in n great nieasuie, ow iug to her having too ti|uch ballast on board, \\e find the provisions which are expended ; CV crv day, lighten her very much, conse ' queiitly wc are more comfortable every day. YVe siiokc a brig within adays suil of'Havrt I ^ ^ ^ lettc ,. s tol . thc „ffic. f,.j ent i s> but was unable to board her, in con sequence of the sea running so high; spoke her, however, and ascertained slit- was from Havre, bound to Boston—reported the Gen > s familv well, anxir.iislv waiting his . tl ...- ival ^ , vb j,.; b t0 ..]. ,,|. rice t bc next day. We sen t a boat ashore, to inform tiie American Consul of our arrival, and for him to send a steam boat to laud the General. A boat to let ns know the | I s team boat would be along by 9 o'clock; ; ' ; with ail the General's family. We imnie- j j diatelv commenced getting ship in order for i | their reception-they came elf at the time | .. appointed, and were hoisted 111 a chair sus- , • .„„j,.,) from the ni.iin yaid arm ot the ship. I The General stood in the gang way with j both arms open, ready to receive them, and i his son in the cabin to receive them there —such joyful embracing 1 never saw.—A j salute was fired ot 27 guns, they all leU I .vr,, V U. S. Fnic»ATE Bran Cowes, Ç Eng' J October 7, 1325. 5 j I embrace tliis opportunity ol informing vou of cur arrival, after experiencing seve ral heavy gules, which proved our new ship Brandywine to he a superior sea boat to any I have ever before sailed in; and, in addi tion to that she is one of the fastest vessels We have'only one fault to ' in our service. find, that is, she ships many sens which wet and uncomfortable. But, ns sent eff fron shore ; " t j salute was fired ot 27 guns, they all leU I the ship in two hours. Miushipmaii 1 | had the honour ot setting the holies on bo.id the steam boat, and 1, the General and ^ lore Morris, who is to accompany h After tlvy had all left the ( s tired i7 guns, I ,, ;e then Connu _ " I,i * # J; h " c mcn c ,; L . cl . ed the General, m adc all sail for (libraltur. first 24 hours came on to blow a very heavy Kale; and being near to a lee shore, we w ere I obliged to get a pilot and put into Cowes, I wll ; cb j s one of thc handsomest places I ever silw . The town is small and tiie houses ele- j gant. I have not been on shore yet, but] intend going to-morrow. Wc have had « , great mau v English ladies on board, some of tl|C no bility, but I do not tiling them t«> j compared, in point of beauty, to thc* A- i j me,-lean ladies, ^ y„ljfc Bird.—A blue p t .j v j ( ] crCj a few clays smru*, feet three inches and* a half between tiie tips of bis winrs. We are informed bv Jpol/o Bclridcre, ; » scemSi b;lH ..„uted thi classic shores of t|je (jr : cnUl | v. orld, for the pleasant i Xcw-.Jcrscv, that he was fired at as he was sit j ting on the ground, at the distance of 40 or 50 yards, bv a person limiting with a double bar ! j v | an ,i bc i ng exasperated by a slight wound, j C ame furiously upon liis assailant with beak and | | talons extended, with the apparent intention of desperate battle, and was intercepted j cond discharge when within but a few j d terrified.sportsman. Fhceiid of the ; , ... , ' kuled near. agio w: asuring s veil on of . j makin by a j feet of the astonished ibuco state * BR'ZIL.— Iccounts from I'et that 11 numerous levy of troops was taking place throughout the empire of Brazil, made hv conscription and in; men had escaped and concealed themselves to avoid it. The cause of this proceeding is attri buted to the dissatisfactio: lc of Brazil to that part of the late l that thqk ith Don Pedro, it is supposed, The levy was any of the voting entortained by the ticatv peo] with Portugal which stipu Portugal shall bear, i the title of Emperor of B therefore, that it would require the whole force which could he ra The conscription is of thc great scarcity pro great portion of the agricult uralists quitted their labor and concealed themselves to avoid it. of .'omnion il. ?d to keep matters quiet. iid to be one principal cause filing in Brazil, as a a Presencr of mind —A few evenings since a young Lady of our village, while engaged with several candles in a room, suddenly found thc whole of her light muslin frock velopcd in flames, which were rapidly as i n velopcd in flames, which were rapidly as rending to her ruffles. With admirable presence ot mind, she rolled the burning garment into a body in her bands, which considerably injured, and succeeded ill extinguishing the flames without giving the least alarm. A moment's delay might have been fatal. Presence of mind under such circumstances is worthy of notice. Bucks. Pat. i n were A communication in one of our papers states, chemist of this l obtained from s, (Cornua Flor that Mr. George Carpenter, ; city, lias recently discovered a the bark of one of our native tn i,ta,)a concentrated active principle, somewhat analogous to Ouininc; and by experiment it is found to be fully equal to that important remedy ill the cure of Agues and Intermittent Fever, portant addition to Phil. pa. France and Mexico. —France, it seems, is at length, treading ill tile steps of the United States and England, in regard to the independence of the Spanish American Colonies, though she pro coeds slowly and cautiously. It is now affirmed that the preliminary measure of recognizing commercial Agents from Mexico,has been adopt ^ , ma Fl . e|lcb Agents ale to be sent to the ncw republic. The Mexican Envoy who had ne ^ociatcd this arrangement, according 1 to the Courier Français, had departed for London. "An expediti t li e 15th inst. from Cartbagena; The Mexican -, three brie^. and thirty I 64 S7 ins > tw0 fr '^ tcs > th ? 1 ' c b "^' "" d ' and bids fair to become an the Materia Medica. 1 An Antigua paper gives thc following extract of a letter from La Guayra, dated the 2d Septem linst Cuba, on is to sail two schooners, and all the Columbian Nary, with 19,000 troops. This is the news of the day, ttnosiBRSStte , , . ,, . A correspondent at Quincy, notic g he completion of the ninetieth year of the event- ! fttl life of the revered patriot John Adams, * remarks that he is yet vigorous in mind and communicative. Oil the occasion of his birth-day (Sunday) he was visited by many i, friends, and an ingenuous and pertinent dis course was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Brooks of Hinghatn, from Geneses 32:10. "lam not worthy of the least of all the mer cies, and of all the truth, which thou hast shewed unto thy servant; for with my staff I passed over this Jordan; and now I am be come two bands." We understand Sunday also the preacher's birth-day. r Bos!. Pat. geha. was A reward of five hundred dollars is offered in flic Boston papers for the apprehension of one Victor Cavarie or Pacarie, whose offence is thus tho abovc vict! , c avarie- or Vaca riedid, in the month of .1 une last, sell to Wil liam Wiglitman, in the city of Charleston, S. C. a sack of base metal filings, representing the same to be pure gold dust, and presenting at the time samples as part and parcel thereof to be assayed, which turned out to be good; and whereas lie did afterward, on tiie selection by said Wiglitman of a further quality for the whole mixed mass of "19 ounces, to be newly assayed; contrive in some way unknow man, to possess himself thereof, and to substitute a like quantity of -pure dust, to lie assayed, so that the said Wightinaii has been thereby cruelly deceived and defrauded, be having paid the said Victor, tiie sum of 10,000 dollars tor the said sack of base gold, in the full belief that it was like the samples, pure." [1 is stated in the advertisement that lie is sup posed to be the same man who was arrested some id Philadelphia for ,s; and that in Boston, when last seen there, he had in his possession the sum of 70,000 dollars in United States hills. a on Anatomy, Surgery, Midwifery, Institutes of Medicine, Medical | Practice, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physiolo ; gy. Natural Philosophy, Mineralogy, Botany, j Natural History, Astronomy, Elocution, i History, Law, Mechanics, | Many ot these are delivered m l ubl c , Institutions, as the University of Pennsy - I vania, Je.Terson Medical College, Philadel j phia Anatomical Rooms, College ol 1 har- i rtiacv, Franklin Institute, &c. ' : ni" to said Wight time since in New-York similar cri About forty courses of Lectures will bede livercd in Philadelphia the present winter, Materia Medica, j T()e nat ; ves oflreland, resident in New I York, have voted, at a general meeting, an | a(Ulvess totbe People of Ireland on their j iticu | alu y „eUgious situation and to have ^ collcct ; (m for the Catholic Fund. They h .„„. -. l)so , otcd a ,i address to the inhabi ( n(s SontU America, ill bel^df of the Irish I ,, .. Cuiiiohcs. I ed Ins wife La.-— j Nuw . al .j C) n c i, 0 n Tuesday evening the , , tlie Kuv . A . K. Russell, Doctor Wakii1SBT0S Ru.sbu <u Christiana, Del. to Miss j m ai , Y> youn'-est daughter of Jun.v Tnojirsux i jp of tlic former place. Tloi h, superfine, per barrel | nvn,. \Vnni j j lb ; George J. Brown, of New York, lias been fined 25 dollars for striking a man who kiss A hard case, truly. MARRIED, At Nevv-Castle Del. oil Tuesday evening the 8th instant, by the Itev. A. K. Russell, Br.v ^y nl . 1 , liLEY Ksqr. of New-ark Del. to Miss Eliza M. only daughter of the late Ar-nxisnnit Roilr sux Esqr. late of New-port Del. .1 1 51 1 x Prices of Country Produce. WILMINGTON, NOP 10, 1325. ..<5 $2 50 a $3 Middlin $3 50 ^1 03 ?1 00 r GOlbs. white, per bushel do. do red, Do 55 hi v, per bushel or 57lbs. Do. Meal, per bushel. IN MARKET. * Butter, 18 a 22 cts.—Egg's, 12 a 16—Lard, 8 a 10 Potatoes, 50 a 62. 65 Bacon, 6 a 10—Haul, 9 a 12 Bacon, a Notice. TIIE annual meeting of thc Wilmington Um- i on Colinizution Society, will be held in the Se- • cond Presbyterian church on Thursday evening, the 17th inst., at 7 o'clock—when an address will be delivered by the Itev. E. \Y. Gilbert, and a collection taken up. j K. A. HENDERSON, Hechter. I j James A. Alien si ESPECTFULLY informs thc public that Jilm has opened a DAY SCHOOL for the in struction of small children, male and female; in '„range, a few doors above Higb-st., where Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Grammar will be taught, at from two to three dollars per quarter. | lie lias also opened a NICHT SCHOOL at the ; same place, where the above branches will be . taught on the same terms. ! J C ALLEN pledges himself to those who ; mav patronise his seminary for youths, that he will pay strict attention to the morals and con duct of such children as may be placed under Ills cave 7 —3mo. Wilmington, Nov. 10, 1825. Hank oï Delawaïc. TIIE President and . irectors of the Bank of Delaware, luive this day declared a dividend often dollars per share, on the capital stock, payable to the Stockholders, or their legal representatives, on or after thc 10th inst. By order of tiie board, Edward Wurrcll, Cash'r. Wilmington, Nov. 1, 1825. 6—4t. Information Wanted. OIINBIBBY, at present residing near Newark, in this state, wishes to obtain information of from THOMAS BIBBY, liis brother, who et England abo'jt the close of the late war, unci ar rived in Canada. He belonged to the ninth Brit ish Battalion, Capt. Massey, and which was af terwards commanded by Capt. Jones? and serv The last tim ed in the capacity of a gunner. I heard of Thus.'Bibby, was in tiie year 1816, and lie was then in Halifax; but have some in formation of bis having went from Halifax to Prince Edward's Island, in the river St. Law rence. If lie will make his residence known direct to John Bibby as above, or tliro* thc I-.di torofthe Wilniinglonian, Del., lie Will hear some thing much to bis satisfaction. Oct. 10, 1825. Editors of papers to tiie eastward, will center 1 favor by copying the above 7—4t. ■ "V a\v\ab\e Pïo\jeït^ AT PUBLIC SALE. T HE subscriber having determined to decline hi. present business and move from the place —Will offer at PUBLIC SALE, at the bouse . () f vvilliam Herdman, on Saturday, the 17th ! • j) ecem i er next, a 2 o'clock, P. M., the follow * n „ property, in the Village of New-ark, viz: j^ 0 , j, A Lot of land contain, ig about j of an acre, on which is erected a c m' „-table dwelling i, ouse an j store, milk and sm. ke house, granary barn, corncrib, and other out buildings, all ii good repair. Part of the above property has bee. occupied for upwards of ten yearsas a store, an* is equal, if not superior as a stand to any in thi place. No. 2. A Lot of land in a central part of the Vil läge, containing 1 acre, one rood a d eightee» perches. . No- 3- A Lot of land situated between the Ncw-London and Nottingham roads, containing G acres, 3 roods and 23 perches. No. 4. A Lot of land on the south side of the Nottingham road, containing 2 acres, 3 roods and 9 perches. No. 5. A Lot of land containing 12 acres, 2 roods and 11 perches, situated on the Elkton Road. The above I.otsofiand, are situated in, or ad jacent to the Village of New-ark, and are in a liigh state of cultivation. lie terms of sale will be one third cash, and the balance in two annu al payments with interest. Should the above property not be sold on said day, it will be for rent. Benjamin Watt son. The Subscriber also offers to the public, at first coat, his present stock of goods, consisting of a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard and Hollow ware, Queens ware, &c., &tc. New-ark, Nov. 9, 1825. 7—trp. EEIiOVM. A MI TEL SAP PINGTON has removed his DKY GOOUS STORE from No. 103 Ship ley, to 71, Market-st., corner of Third-st., Wil mington. Where may be had, wholesale and assortment of Woollen , Cotton , Silk, and Fancy Goods, at the most reduced prices. He flatters himself that his goods will please his friends and the public, who are respectfully invi ted to call, and see for themselves. Nov. 10, 1825. retail, ! 7. —tf. THE UNITED STATES LITERARY GAZETTE. Vol.IH.—November 1, 1825.—No. III. CONTENTS. Reviews. —Lawrene's Address before the American Academy of Fine Arts, Reform in Harvard College, Mr. Ticknor's Remarks Changes lately proposed or adopted in Harvard University, The Foresters. Miscellany .—Journal of a Tour in the in terior of South-Carolimi. Original Poetry .—The Perpetual Youth ol Nature—A Soliloquy, A Simple Story. Critical Notices .—Judge Reev e's Treaties on the Law of Descents, Zopliiel, A Poem. By Mrs. Brooks. on jESJZiBY & BASSETT, Ab. 62, Market-st., ESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public generally, that they have just re ceived their assortment of R WINTER GOODS, consisting of Superfine Blue, Black, Brown, Ol ive and Drab Cloths and Cassimeres; Middling and low priced ditto—Ladies Pelisse and llabit oloths; super coatings for Women's cloaks; su per and low priced Satinetts; Red and Green Baizes; Red, White, Green, Yellow and Swan skin Flannels; Carolina ana Circassian plaids— Tartan plaids and Camoletsfor Cloaks; Rose and point Blankets; Lambs' wool, Worsted, Ger mantown and knit Hosiery; Linseys, Tow Lin ens, Russia Sheetings and Tablings. Togi tlier ith a general assortment of Calicoes, Bomba zets, Bombazines; Norwich, Canton and Italian Crapes; Figured Gross de Nap. ; Hlk. Floren tine, Mantua and Levantine Silks; Waterloo, An gola, Crape and other shawls, assortment of u With their usual Domestic, Goods*, All of which they offer at the lowest prices. Wi In ivn ii toil, 10 mo. 27. 5—Jinop. V sontl oniiortu »ity should not be ne g let-ted. D. CASS. Surgeon Dentist, Ac his former stand» No, 8, East High street, Two doors below Smith's Hotel. i . • Informs thc Ladies and Gentlemen of vv wrung ton and its vicinity, that he has returned from a short excursion from the Borough, and wdl wait upon them at their own houses, for the space of j a few months, in the line of his profession. I performs every necessary operation on the teeth j and gums; removing with care fixed tartar. He s, separates and polishes teeth without in Ilis confidence in his unri He juring the enamel. Vailed mode of extracting teeth, is undimuuslied, and no one can want confid-nce, after once sub „fitting to atrial. He extracts broken am de cayed teeth, roots and stumps, that have been despaired pf, without injury to the gums.- mends | teeth with foil or gold, to'be as lasting ami use ; fol as sound teeth, without pain in tbe operation; . inserts artificial tectli in a neat ami durable man ! ncr; regulates children's teeth, and gives advice ; on lbc teeth gratis, if appliedto at ins room, N . B. He keeps powder for the teeth, winch whitens them and is very beneficial to the gums, i requests those wishing any of his services, to call in the course of tbe above mentioned tune, as be will leave town at the expiration of it. Oct 27th. 5-3 mo> clei WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, CD EAR Boot, Shoe and Trunk Stores, 3© & û©©£> Market Street, Wilmington. ;>uvr siaiins, the a comph '< Misses', Boy's, Lead" r 'Old Morocco Boots Ladies' Silk, Valencia, K,d, Everlasting and Prunella slippirs, made in the most fashionable style, of the besi materials, and by choice work. nblic will assorm nt of ind Children's à T either of the a! i t .i all times find n's Men's Wo and Slices. men. ir of Coarse Shoes, and 500 pair of 1000 pair Lace Boots, suitable for the country market* ■hieb will be »» iJ remarkably low. An assortment of Ladies' and Children s Last ade Morocco and Kid Shoes, from 50 to t-rn 90 cents per pan*. Orders supplied on the most liberal terms, for cash or acceptances. The subscribers have employed a persV.n wins is weil acquainted will, cutting and fitting those who are disposed tin leave their meusnrtw men, women or children V. M'Ncal, & Son. A general assortment of Travelling and N. B. Hair Trunks. 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