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"Colts are usually foaled about the be- ; ginning of summer, and it is the custom to let them run till Michaelmas with the marc, I at which time they are to be weaned. When first weaned they are to be kept in a conven iuit house, with a low rack ami manger for hay and oats; the hay must be very sweet j and fine, especially at first, and a little wheat 1 brand should be mixed with their oats, in | order to keep their bodies open and make , them eat and drink freely.—When the win- . ter is spent, they should be turned into some dry ground, where the grass is sweet and . short, and where there is good water that j they may drink at pleasure. The winter after this, they maybe kept in the stable, j without unv further care than that which is ; taken of other horses: But after the first | year, the mare foals and horse foals are not 1 to be kept together. There is no difficulty ; to know the shape a foal is like to be of; for the shape he carries at a month, he will carry at six years old, if he be not abused in after keeping." "We often hear it lamented that our breed of horses is so bad. But I am convinced ! that as our colts are managed, if wc had any j other breed, we should soon make it ap pear to be as mean as our own, if not worse, The abusing of colts in the first winter, is the principal cause of their proving so baa. For our fanners seldom allow their weaned colts any food besides hay, and that is not always of tne best kind. So that they sei (Join fail of being stinted in their growth, in the first Winter to such a degree, that they never get the better of it. A colt that is foaled late, should not be weaned till Feb tuary or March, and should have oats during the whole of the winter. In some countries they allow a young colt fifteen bushels. We need not grudge to feed them with meal, oats and bran, besides the best of clover hay, for thev will pay for it in their growth. Af ter the first winter, they will need no ex Were'th7 Ibove^directions ^bserve'd" we fthnulc! «toon sep in imnrnvf mpnt of om p'rreri of horses The? vTffi be cal"de f Z 1 much treaterscrvkn ^ and be liked to hd .. J » ^ ouc to a greater age. T\ve Tvactical Y armer. ! COLTS. From the New Monthly Magazine. The Collegian anil tue Purler. At Trin. Coll. Cam. which means, in proper spelling 1 , Trinity College, Cambridge—there resided One Harry Dashington— a youth excelling In all the learning commonly provided For those who choose that classic station For finishing their education: — That is—lie understood coin.*ut Tig The odds at any race or rn.T.ch; Was a dead hand at pigeon «hooting; Could kick up rows—knock dowu the watch— Play truant and the rake at random— Drink—tie cravats—and drive a tandem. Remonstrance fine, and rustication, 3o far from working reformation, Seemed but to make his lapses greater, , Till he was warn'd that next offence TVoal l have this certain consequence— Expulsion from his Alma Mater. One need not he a necromancer To guess that, w ith so wild a wight, The next offence occutr'd next night; When our incurable came rolling Home as the midnight chimes were tolling, And rang the College bell.—No answer.— The second peal was vain—the third Made the street echo its alarm; When to his great delight lie heard The sordid Janitor, old Hen, Rousing and growling in his den— "Who's there;—I s'pose young Harumscarurn" '"Tis ?, my worthy Hen—*tis Harry " "Aye, so i thought—and there you'll tarry, 'I is past the hour—the gates arc clos'd, You know my orders—l shall loose My place if 1 undo the door."— (young Hopeful interpos.e'd) ''Shall he expell'd if you refuse, So pry thee" —Hen began to snore.— i ! ! I j • And "I'm wet," cried Harrv, "to the skin, Hip! hallo! Ben;—don't be u ninny; Beneath tie.* gate I've thrust a guinea, So tumble out and let nie in " 1 H t 1 / i "Humph!" growl'd the greedy old curmudgeon, : 0 Half overjoy e i ml half in dudgeon, "Now you mav pu'^s; but make no fuss, On tiptoe walk, and hold your prate.— "Look on the s'ones, old Cerberus," Cried Hurry us he pass'd the gate, "I've dropped a shilling—take a light, Tou'll find it just out side—good night." Behold the porter in his shirt, Cursing the n n which never stopp'd Groping and raking in the dirt, And all without success; bvit that Is hardly to be wondered at. Because no shilling had been dropped So be gave o'er the search at lust, Regain'd the door and found it-fast!— With sundry oaths and growls and groans, He rang once—twice—thrice; and then, Mingled with giggling heard the tones Of Harry miinifking old Ben.— "Who's there*—'Tis really a disgrace To ring so loud—I've lock'd the gate— 1. know my duty;— fis too late— Tou would'ut Have me loose my place." "Psha! Mr. Dashington: remember, This is the middle of November. I'm stripp'd!—''tis raining cats and dogs . 5 "Hush, hush!" quoth Hal; I'm fast asleep; And then he snor'd as loud and deep Asa whole company of hogs. But, harkye, Ben, I'll grant admittance At the 9 ame rate I paid myself." "Nay, master, leave me half the pittance," Replied the voracious elf, "Not a l or none—a full acquittance;— The terms, 1 know are somewhat high, But you have fix d the price, not I— I won't take less; 1 can't afford it." So finding all his haggling vain, Ben with an oath and groan of pain Drew out the guinea and restor'd it. ! ! I I 1 "Surely you'll givi me," growl'd th' outwitted Porter, when admitted, ••Something now you've done your joking, For all tliis trouble, time and soaking." "Oh, surely," Harry said, "Since, as you urge, I broke your rest, And you're half drown'd, ami quite undress'd, leave to go to bed " I'll give you IT IS JUST AS THE FIT TAKES HIM. That is, he goes bv fits and starts. When ever you meet with nn- ot these fit- ' A ^ f ift ■ , ty starting folks, h- - out ofh s way, he wtll embrace you n-st cord,ally one '»<? ment; but if a cat treads oa his toot or lus sefVkQt by ousUk* baud a bottle of claret instead of port, he will scold and fret him self an hour about it. | These people who go by fits and starts, | generally better companions abroad than , I at home. They vent all their spleen at I ; their families. One hour they are all good ness and love; the next, they as inaccessible : I as hedgehogs. "My dear," says the hus-| band, when the fits take him, "you have | an excellent dinner prepared. I his leg mutton and the sauce arc most excellent." j He has a change of plates, and takes a beef- j 1 steak—"What in the name of common setise | | does the woman mean, suffering such a steak , to come upon the table?" cries the husband. ^ . It is as tough as soal leather—it is not fit for ^ dogs. "My dear I wish you would see the . dinner cooked and brought on in order.—• j j This is intolerable—I never saw so bad a I dinner any where but at home." Poor wo- 1 j man, she'makes a good apology—the fault j ; »vas in the beef, not in the cookery, lint | the husband is in a rage and will not be ap 1 peased. He goes by lits and starts. In five ; minutes he tries a custard; and never was better cookery than at this house. It is just as the fit takes him. A woman|foi ms an acquaintance with a young man of smal!|fortune, but great merit ;—she esteems him—treats him with much ! politeness and respect—he is, she really j thinks, a worthy m in—but she finally oer ceives he has tin attachment for her daugh fr—Intolcral>le,what! he love my daughter! How does lie expect to maintain lier in suit u blc style? The man lias not half the mer it he had—in her opinion—It wont do, she g 0es by fits and starts. What a respecta file character must lhis be. But of all whimsical sott of people, those are most so, who are Religious by fits and \ starts. _They lengthen their faces at church ! _draw down the corners of their mouths—j lift their eye-brows and scowl.—The next ! day thev tonnent their families with ground- i less complaints, fretting and ill-nature; pee- ! vish at home, and probably knavish abroad ! R is just as the fit takes tliem. . .. . ..... Fashionable Clothing Store. I GEORGE R. O O.I MEL, T 1 Y LOU, ' removed his Fashionable (. Uniting Store, to 1 No ;?8 ' ***** «««■ e the • tj'^'-'r Market, where he will commue to mak, J Gentlemen's Coats, l'antier on-, t ests, kc., in the most approved and fashionable maimer. I Orders for any article in his line, ivillbe thank fully received and promptly executed. Wdmingtmi, Jan. 12 , 1826 . 16—3m. ! are EDUCATION. i iRl^llOP HAYIWPORT, respectfully informs Jw» the public, that he expects to continue his, School for boys, in the Wilmington College, dur- i ing the ensuing year, in which arc taught all the ' different branches of an English Education, the ...... higher branches of Mathematics, and the Latin Language. Tue Catechisms of the different Churches are 1 likewise taught on Saturday nmrninjfs. ! ■'oard may be hail in the family of the teacher, 1 on reasonable terms. . ! Reference may he had to Rev. E. tV Mr. Robert Porter, Mr. George .1 ! Allan Thomson. ! Schollurs boarding with the teacher mat he I taught sacred music grails. December 29, 1825. Gilbert. s and Mr. ! LI—3m. The Museum. ' LITT ELL, 88 Chcsnut-st., Philadelphia, ; has just commenced a new scries of the j Museum of Foreign Literature, and $ deuce. and Fcbruaiw, 1826. CONTENTS. ing Portrait of Francis Hnphinson. The Eventful Life of a Soldier,/mw* the Lon. ! du don Mugaztne. Memoirs of F.lizubeth Qtieen of ' i ' Hohen «./ the Monthly Urn,m. ung's I Speeches : iverpool./v.v/ the : tonias —\ Stort of the houti nr. The An from Ii luck wo- >d\ i ■ ant the London j ne. W :nt's Litcrurv Souvenir, l'he Lov »;• nal Pride, : tic. Ma n Q'la ITC 1—Mv » n 1'iresiilc—The Bachelor's ; First Love—Statu* Ru- U'!, fmm the Monthly Mtg Ualy, from the name, 1 )k* Dea l rruinpeter, J- -um F-iunbli : p*s Offering, i here all s veaee, from the j er' d : 1 • - of L a : Lo z'ne. BilKObse it H cet to ..leej To an Infant, fr fr •vi'Kviiv! "* ; t 1 at uro — Reim •eiM'e.s ot M eh: / - A • Mot /"■ ' '''' / tht md Europe. M i Ml. Hi : 0 f p; da lin Aneodoti r, tht JMr Ri nt East India Review. hop yrei Narrai C I1 »ft an, from the Load<u M.::>.zi derma n, front the Xnc Mo Minci flmeow M e Hunting Al iy Mt":..: of. c. — Different Spe Selection* ties of f Ancient Rarcoph Hint's MS. Covrespon<ience~ Excavations at Rompe. i—Piet Joseph Maseru— res at Vu^sbHr K l, —New U-tiv.-rsity in the Nethcrlatwls—Kxltibi tinn of Manufactures at Haarlem—Armenian School—Music of the Korks— Ferintosh Whis key. Literary Intel!! \rc. —New v. oric on " recce— Romance—"The eiistei New Novel— M . Rudd,tic's Last Man" by the :ur<. • uf Er.mk from the East—Kell, s emir, edition—The Margi Volume of Hodwhi's llistoiy of the Common wealth— 'Ehe Expiation— Man:* of the Heart—Woodstock oy ti. verley—Brown's View ot Chris •Letters second i nc* of A spach —St cond s Wir.t's l.yri( s author of H u it\ •• no in Hook of Churches and Sects Tavern Anecdotes —Memoir of the Court of Hc*nrv Kth Defence of the Poor Laws inburgh Atlas»—Singer's I Tales from the German Mathematics—Reig F oi x—S hi pmust e r's ce's Entomolojj tn's Life of Mi idler's •Irish Melodie» Ed of Shakespeare ilupin's L-mturos on of Terror—Mrs. Bray's lie Assistant—Kirby's and Spcn >'—Yesterday in Ireland— ioad s. Sidd ins—Third Series of High way sand By-Ways—New Work by the author of Doblado *> Letters— Ai fairs of Europe—Origin of the Laws, &.c. ot Modern Europe—Memoirs re lating to British IT story— ir R. Wilmot's Papers —Recent Hiscoveri< s in Africa—King's Vovages of Discovery—Burckhardt's Travels \ jaz—Reechy's Ej J ournal—Modem gal to S i ditii the Hed —Appendix to Parry 's Discovery'—Mission from Pen Second volume of Southey's War j in the Peninsula— Life of (ion. W olfc_ ÈxcernH , •, a w.i . - . r P U4 1 Oratonca—-Scenes und Characterstrom Froissart 1 ta: _ Ov v ,» , r *. wn Â Commedia— -Hose'. Ansto n hi. Æ1 Greece-Arch.teeturul At 1 *,. q W i '.V . " '* ÿ. a " el , s : ~ ^ ,n . St . r 1 ? dfol ; < l t p >!, » ,. i »s o »i.e ; lc.uects rransia-, lions ot Bovin .ns Mexican Memoirs—History ot the Assassins— -Naval Sketch ltook-History of ! Westnunster Letters on the .lomt Stock Com ! pan es —Supplementary volume of Miss Seward's I Letters—Spit it and Manners of the Age—Litcra I ry Gems. 1 New British Publications. •( |, Ta " l!< n f Subf ." pGun.-The price is Six Hoi ' ? V 1 "' payable ... advance-but n not ptud in advance, Seven Dollars and a hah. he , No subsc ' ript i 011 tohc (l i,continued until id! ar 1 rearage. shall be paid-and the pul.hshcr to be lus at lib ^, y t0 rc , tai ' lulmbcrs ' as co i U teral sc eur ; t y bave ], cen naidfor. I ; i For Salfc Or Rent, - a A Farm j n Mill Creek hundred, on AgEMa P ;k c cree k, h.te the property of Jesse |!»!<|H| Truro p deceased, containing 60 acres Ü^gSiof good land, on which arc a large ( p m b) c stone dwelling house, with a well of good wut( . r c ] ()se to tbe door, four tenant's houses, a 0 j barn, stabling, and an excellent orchard, -rkis farm, will be sold on reasonable and easy terms, to suitthe purchaser, orrent, Forfurther particulars apply on the premises, to Mary ( loSP. j m jg"6 16—if — •----- Cr« X 0 OlOrCKdCpcrS, i*XGClltlllH.8 5 A person well, and practically acquainted with ftook-Kerping, both by single and double entry, a nd who expects to have a good deal of leisure thro' the winter, would undertake the posting, 1 a ndadjustmentofllooksdrawingotfaccounts.Rtc., on moderate terms.—For information apply at this an ,| (n , m »- ; nTt-:iu's, ». piring the ena vallcl mode of extracting teeth 1 , is undiminished, \ and nonne can want confidence,after oncesub ! mifiing t» atrial, lie extracts broken and de caved teeth, roots and stumps, that have been ! despaired of, without injury to the gums,• mends i teeth with fi> ! or gold, to be as lasting and use ! fill assotnid teeth, w.thout pain In the operation; ! inserts artificial teeth in a m at and durable man m-rt regulates children's <<;eth, and gives advice on 'lie teeth gratis, it applied to at his room. I jjl? I ' thus- « -hing any of his services, to tv| p u , t i >( . of the above mention? i time, • ;15 I. ,.ve fen a: the expiration of it. J 27t 5— I mo, _ .. . m i I f: /_>, J 1,0 ».-A 1 ■' J L -til -kfi ! ji Q r . j -7, Wilmington. ! " . I ! ....B. .*./ J ........ I h the above exten ! y occupied by ER has lined up in .»style j nee to his i Office, gjfllccds drawn. Dec 22,1825. 13 4t. A goutl opportunity should not be ne glected. 1>. CASS. Surgeon Dentist, Third door below the Town Hall* Informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Wilming ton and its vicinity, that he has returned from a short excursion from the Borough, and will wait them at their own houses, for the space of upon a few months, in the line of bis profession, performs everv necessary operation ith care fixed tartar. He the teeth He removing e parat es and polishes teeth without in d. His confidence in his unri TEL, NJW-CASTI.E, firms hi» fr.ends and the pub utlîtf ha: LITE or Tin; i Respectful lie in liera! in SIV j t i ' •ml lislnnentl (' r/?, dec.,) v.irc. II ensure coufortand couve in ■ . .j in a pleasant part of the stT-. naiievim ts and advanta -1 s t ■ th.ive who 41 e ill pursuit of bti.itiess or Mit fuBsed !>\ any I'ttblie lloase in ,e nimhef and at ramp-incut of the 1 ii to be re -1 The Hotel is i»;,roi.e'!i, and r 1 ! ,; lt ; 1 tie r a. that those who 11 . room . are sue ! tired from the'noise and bustle of a lavent, may j ■c perfectly (tntited. The STABLES and CARRIAGE HOUSE at Inched m me csmhl'shnumt are extensive, com modious and secure, and under the direction of comp. t. nt superintendents. Tlie advertised flatters hirtselfthat from his cx ior accommodât ions of the ■ will lie able to gratify ii. Establishment ! j p«*ri«-Tv;e, and tue supei House he lias taken, h< *>., au 1 ren 1 er .re of theV)ub!i< mvr.it vail Ht.'t!, 7 - i Vrduff ; [ j j •tliv v " 1 .!i patrom c uk the Hotel ^ I UiE I day und Friday morning, very To day, Trirsday and Sut tr. Scats in unv of the stages rimii cun be taken at t .i Bur. ige in any of n Boat from the Borough, and ; the.r Horses ami Curriuge«, ry attention pu d to and urr mn / ing tr.nn WilmingV I ruvfilers wishing to uke p s or ^ ! du- Stage» ' i ' ,sir < • of ti pend upon L*v I the« util their return. ) If >rs> s taken it Livery. Dec. 1, 1825. i j 1 o—tf ■ \vtYuu\a\. ; VMTT.I. S A l* 1*1 Nl.TON has removed bis ii) DRV GOODS STOKE from No. lO iSliip lev, to Market t., onier of riovd-st., M il i mington Where n.,iv be hud, wholesale and j retail, an assortment of ! ij Pi Woollen, Colton. Silk, mul Fancy .( tb<* most valut < if prices. ; He finytevs lemsi If that his goods will please his friends and C'.e puolic, who arc respectfully invi ted to call, and see for themselves. Nov. 10, 1825. \ ifl.li!' 7.—tf. FOR RENT. Ik Muft, T" i' l " al Mirl convenient three TUA I lavy situated on HorsE, <ru y iM.d uccupfd at pres 'here is ai ent by '1rs. ••» In'» iiouse large garden and a pump lour. Possession may ■ : Ii i 1 o i the 25tn M;u • i. quire of next. rs. Ju <■ Dauphin. 20—/25 m. IVl a "ton, Ft h. 9, \ 826. !1 ,\ AUVt; ri V . .MVV U s ESPEC I 1 l '.!. Y infrvns the puVJic tha wne lias op lied a 1) \Y SCHOOL, for the iu stmetion s small i hi hiren, male and female; m few doors above High-st., where Reading, ' riling, Arithmutic, th:ography and ill be taught, at fr dollars per quarter. He has also opened a NIGH T SCHOOL at the "Hint* place, where the above branches will be taught on the Orange 1 <»ium mar two to three of of me terms. J. C. ALLEN pledges himself to those who may 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 his care. Wilmington, Nov. 10, 1Ö.35. 7—3mo. 's J ist re-eiv- i».i » j Rook and Hat Store , No. 9 », • » •«• k , -, U4 1 Moore 6 Lite ot Sheridan. 1 . • ,, , . n "The Last ot the Mohicans,'—a novel m 2 volume by the aulhor of "The I'Wmeers" &c. *,. &c _. ..j ack , la l ya „l, the Salic- Boy; or the Vir : t«oti, Famllv."—l itis little volume is particularly < l- adapted to the ,m of children, and is. perhaps, ft , b e S t of the kind that lias ever been cf ot f ■ t0 nublic of d'ilmiugtl, db. 23, 1826. " New Publications. . at .1. SCOT l "S I at ket stre. t, CAUTION. WHEREAS divehi mischievous and il-dispos cd persons arc in the habit of entering the Rope Walk of Mrs. Jane Dauphin, and destroying the ! hoards and other valuable materials therein— j this is therefore to give notice, that all persons ! are cautioi i J against entering said premises, as j the law against trespassers will be rigidly enforc- 1 Wilmington^ Feb, 9,1826. 20— t25m. Hoi ptud ar be sc . 3 Grand Consolidated Lottery; For Internal Improvement, Literature CharitiU For the benefit of Washington City, and the States of Rhode Island, Conneticut, Delaware, North Carolina and Louisiana: Authorized by Jets of Congress, and of the said Utates respectively. the d, 5th and 4th, to $40,000 4th, 3d and 5th, to U5,UU0 4th, 6th and 3d, to 20,000 5th, 3d and 4th, to 15,ou0 5th, 4th and 3d, to 10,160 All others, hung j4, with 3 of the drawn nom ÂÎÎT* ^^^ CB ' itlCd ^ q ho l SG tickets which shall have 2 of the ! drawn numbers on them, and those 2 the 1-t and . 2 d, will each he entitled to a prize of 50b dollars. , The 372l,ckets, which shall have two of the j i drawn numbers on them, and tuose two the 2d ! ami 3d, or the 3d and 4th, will each be entitled ! to a prize of 100 dollars. j I All others, being 1302, having two of the 1 I drawn numbers on them, will each be entitled to ! the draw n numbers on them, will each be entitled tu a pria.- of . u dollar*. j No ticket which shall have drawn a prize of a i superior denomination can be entitled to an infe $60,000 40,000 25,0'/0 This is a lottery formed by the ternary perrnu tation of 36 numbers, i o determine the prizes therein, the 36 number-, from 1 to 36 inclusive,_ : will be severally placed in a wheel on the day of drawing, and 5 of them be drawn out; and that | ticket laving on it, for its permutation numbers, ' the 3d, 4lh and 5th drawn Iron, tue wheel, in the order in which druwn, will be entitled to the prize of 560,000. And those j other tickets which shall have on them the same nun.hers in the following orders, I shall be entitled to the prizes aflixed to them, respectively, vis: To be drawn in the City of Washington, the day of April, 1826. FIRST CLASS. SCIIF.MK. f60,000 40,000 25.000 20.000 15,000 10,160 1,000 1 Prize of is 1 1 20,000 15.000 10,160 54.000 93.000 37,200 52.0 0 279,000 1 1 l 54 'I I 186 100 40 1302 a 13950 $685,410 15H70 Prizes. 26970 Blanks. 42840 Tickets. : a prize of 40 dollars. And those ldObO tic diets which shall hut one of nur prize. Frizes payaM i forty days after the drawing, mvl subject to the usual deduction of fifteen per cent. Whole tickets $20t Shares in proportion. Orders for rickets or shares will receive prompt attention if addressed to I j YATES & MMNTYRE, Managers, JVor. 10, 13 Xww Visit Manui'acAoYN. pee.tfully informs his friends 1 J '! be subscriber and the public, generally, that he has opened A fashionable and plain Hat Store, AT NO. 65J. MAHKET-ST., 0/ifiosite the JLafaxjette Hotels Where he intends keeping a gen eral assortment of Hats. As the material used, and workmen em ployed, will be first rate, lie indul ge» the hope that he will receive u portion of public patronage. Hats made to or der furnished at the shortest notice. Orders from country merchants will be thank fully received, and promptly attended to. William Kcnmml. II—3m 'A iur JVilmington, Dec. 8. CHEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, : ; Boot, Shoe and Trunk Stores, Ö® £5 ÛÔO j Mark t Street, II ilmington. V T either f the abnve stands, the publi ' all times fmd a ! n'- Women's Misse: ij- at her and Morocco I Ladies' Silk. V.tb nc Pi aim 11 t S »,*< p'TH f mail', in the most fusii':on:.hl. style, of the best materia:», and by choice work will complete ussormv nt < ', Hg)' s, und Children' it I S •rlast ing and 1, I 1000 pair «»f Co„rs(* Shoes, and 500 pair of •ce Bouts, suitable fc the country market; hi» h will lie sold n runout of Lad I- s' and fhdldren's East 50 to arkuhlv low. An.« If Moiorco ami Kul <ru y 0 m nis per pair. Orders »applied on the most liberal terms, for ■ : sh • r acceptances. Tin suhtcri « is have employed a p« is» ill 11 acquainted with cutting and lining e disposed to leave their measure; hose \vh .rien, women or children V. M*NeuI, & Smt. A general assortmenl of Travelling and N. If. !1 »ir Tninks. Wilniingio M .v 19,1825 34 f. 3U2£B*2T &L BASSHTT, jVo. 62, Market-st Ji ESPF.CTFCf.LY inform their friends ari l the public generally, that they have just re ceived their assortment of 1 WINTER GOODS, consisting of Superfine Blue, Black, Brown, 01 ivt md I)rab Cloths and Cassimeres; Middling and low priced ditto—Ladies Pelisse and llabit clotl.s; super coatings f«>r Women's cloaks; su per and low priced Sutinctts; Red and Green Bai/es; Red, White, Green, Yellow and Swan skin Flannels; Carolina and Circassian plaids— 'Parian plaids and Cumoletsfor Cloaks; Rone and point Blankets; Lambs* wool, Worsted, Ger mantown and knit Hosiery; Linseys, Tow Lin ens, Russia Sheetings ami Tabling». 'Together with a general assortment of Calicoes, R.miba zets, Bombazines; Norwich, Canton and Italian Crapes; Figured Gross n 2 cf "S Nap.-, 111k. Floren tine, Mantua and Levantine Silks; Waterloo, An gola, Crape and other shawls. With their usual assortment of BomwUc 1 Uhk\»v, All of which they oiler at the lowest prices. Wilmington, 10 mo. 27. 5—itnop. Gentlemen's Ladies' and Tlïsscs' ~ TARTAN AND CIRCASSIAN P\a\tV TAnvvkri, At No, 57, Market Street. the ! GjTH jE Subscriber is thankful for past favors, and j informs his friends and the* public that lie ! ^ IIls n band a general assortment of the above as j articles, which he is enabled to sell on the lulu 1 terms for cash. Junius Cochran* Wilmington, Nov. >> 18*1^ t 7 . JohllCumit j ss No _ , Market-st. . \t .tthews Market xt nnnnsite tht M ^ ! Thcophilus Jones, 27 market st. . Val. M Neal & soil, 86 and 100 market St, , William M'Neul, king st. j James Simpson, 19 west front st. William White, 80 market it. Thomas Virden, French st. j Mm*h*int Tbilnrc 1 iVierCliaill X RHOTS. Wm. C Deputy, Northeast, Cecil CO. M(I. Jus. Simpson, Jr. 7 west third st. mge R. O Daniel, No. 38, market,-st. Thoitin , F. Curl, near Painters bridge,Cites; ter Co. 1'ettn. GENERAL REGISTER iJry Good Merciiauts. Samuel Sappington No. 71, Market-st Buzby & Bassett, 62, market st. John Patterson, 30 market Street. W. B. Tomlinson, No. 81 , Market Street. John R. Brinckle, corner of Market 8c QuL, streets. 8 William M'Caulley, Brandywine,north fiit* of the Bridge. John M'Clung 5.5 market st. John M'Lear, 58 market st. Allan Thomson, 43 market st. John W. Tatum, 82 market st. Chalklcy Somers, 48 market st. Grocery Stores, Joseph Mendenhall & Co. corner of Kit»? and Second streets. ^ Joseph C. Gilpin, 46, market st. James & Samuel Brown, 8 High st. Clement Sc Gordon, corner of Market and Kennet. Peter Horn, corner king and front sts. Arthur Murphy, 16 West front st. John Rice, Brandywine, south of bridge, Samuel Stroud, corner of front and George Williamson, 10, high st. George Winslow, 179 market st. John Wnght, corner of Front and Market : Perry Sue ward, Market st. opp. Acadcmv » - , 0 T» • ' | lianlW&re, Ull Of l aildt StOFeS. ' j osep |, t.rubb. No. 72, Market Street Newlill & \ V o..lsto n , No. 50, Market street I orange. : China, glass & queensware stores. David Smyth, 68 market st. Apothecaries and Druggists. Joseph Bringhurst, 85 market st. Dr. John Joltnson, .Sign of the Mcrtat and Pestle, 44 Market st. Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. ( Millinery and Fancy Stores. Mary and Rebecca White, 111 ) market st. Ann Bailey, market st. near Kennet road. Hotels and Taverns. I Levi Daily,Eagle & Monument, market nea: kennet. William C. Dorsey, west Front,near shipley James Jeffris, 39 market st. James Plumley, Queen of Otaheite, corn« of market and queen sts. ,, ., , , ... Jo m M - f n '^ h * lndlal ' Kln S> corner ot Mat ket and High sts. Joseph Gill, Montgomery's old stand, Hoc; kesson road. u Soap & Candle Manufacturer* Cochrun and Adams, cor. orange and thud Christopher Bainton, market, near ketinth James Ray, corner tutnall and queen. Carpenters. Elisha Huxley, Broad, one door below King. Samuel Askew, Kennet Road. Thomas Ncwlin, corner king anil high st. Watch Makers. Ziba Ferris, 89 market st. Charles Canby,77 market st. George Jones, 25 market-st. Silver Smiths and Jewellers. Henry J Pepper, 60 market street. : James Gutlire, 41 market st. ; Etnntor Jtfferis, No. 30, east Second-st Curriers. William Wilson, 13 e.ist second st. Stephen Bonsai!, 25 market st. Cabinet. Warehouse. John Ferris, Jr. shipley, between '2d and 3d Tobacco & Segar Manufacturers Thomas A. Starret, 107 market st. Wilmington & Philad. Packets. Sloop Mary Ann, Shockley, Bush's wharf Fame, Poinsett, market st. wharf Industry, Scout, Koliiirton's wharf. Bread and Biscuit Bakers. Miller Dui.oU, V>'i Shiplc.y st. Michael Wolf»*, J, E ■ \ dd street. James (ii'.j .fjii, K» .» Front, near Market st. it of to ill xMlSGEtiLANEOUS. Stnnc Cut/ m-, A l ici t James ilohinson, No. VIH, market st. Lottn ij und Exchange Office.— Hobcvtsor., fv Little, 28, market street. Jam' s C. Allen Teacher No. 105, Oral'S*''' • » above the Hay-Scales, 1'homus ('. Alrichs, Fancy Hardware, i'' : . and Sheet Iron Manufacturer, corner ot market and second streets. Jacob Alrichs, Machine Maker, corner c shipley and broad streets. Iron Foundry —Mulilon Betts, second-- near the Black Horse tavern Morocco Manufactory —Robinson's Sc ( Üb uiarkc - st. Convcyunccr-— -Benjamin Ferris, at the cor tier of West and Third streets. J' 1*. I airlamb, Notary 1'ttblic, Surveyor t" 1 .and, Conveyancer, Regulator of btret* tkc. 11 High street. Raten! Han and Crain Ru-- : - makers, Vil"' Joshua Johnson ft bon, Creek Mills. Notary Public and Co'mt-yancrr. -2 j ir Hendrickson, corner of French wul-i.* ' ond streets, No. 43. Livery Stable —Kept by Huson Swayr.c, fl Shipley st. above Queen. James Sorden, one of the Burgesses of th-" Borough, a Notary Public and Convoyant' er, No. 65, King street. Master Bricklayer, Grocer and Lime chant. —B. \V. Brackin, No. 3, west h't street, opposite the upper market house. Stove Ware-roam —Jotinuthen Saville, <r '' ner of Market and Jlanover-rts.