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I and ! The National Gazette of the 25th Sept, j 1825 , contains several communications read j thè late stated meeting of the Philadelphia | Society for promoting Agriculture—we give ; I the fnllowinir •_ ! r * h \ letter from Abraham Sharnless of the l* A letter irom Abtanam tjnarpiess, oi tue Pennsylvania Slitting Mills, e aware i i ty 'o ^M^m^'iiieous^rondbusthm^l^h'U^'in^tlfe on the spontaneous combustion ot hay, in the < y mow of a barn belonging to Urn. | Amur, «f t' Delaware countiy. . e g ,,f r,,,,-' I the forenoon from[the 6th toThe 20tho^ "e, and was haulded in »on the attu noons ot f the days it was cut. On the27thbep black smoke was observed to issue tiom the mow, the dimer sions of which were 40 fee: by IS j (, or 20, and 30 feet deep; the quantity ot hay j f estimated at 90 tons. Upon cutting down 8 feet, the men came to the five, which was followed down to within three feet of the j bottom of the mow. I he column on fcre was about ten feet in diameter and the hay .. within this space was completely charred, i In the centre of the column, there was a! ouant it V of ashes. ui rt^uca. " The question is asketl, will the sap of the | n ass so heat it as to take fire in a close mow?" One particular is deficient in the account, which is the species of grass from , ■which the hay in question is made.—from the specimen, however of the charred hay j exhibited to the Society, it appears that the | crops consisted chiefly of red clover, (the most juicy grass we cultivate) with a small, mixture of timothy and green grass. There ! can be no hesitation therefore in answering the query ■ The sap remaining in the grass, after the ' tSartial curing adopted, and thc immense : m iss in one mow are soHicient to account I for the erneration* and extrication of caloric, to the extent of combustion.—Mr. Painter is I not of this opinion, and thinks that thc hay, i " before being housed, must have been wet.— i If so, it would seem that the fact could be j easilv ascertained: but it is not necessary to suppose that any vain had fallen upon the hav. White and red clover, when made in- ; to hav, have taken fire, and flame actually ; produced both in stacks and barns, e.en when more fully cured and alter having 1 T\w VTvWlWwV ÏVXÏlUftï. at been longer put up, fvm that ot Mr. 1 win ter's. Retcrçüce is here aade to particular , cases communicated to i'sie writer. '1 L j plan he constantly a: 1 to prevent the , occurrence was to mix wheat straw ax even ly as possible with the hay, wuen stowing awuv in v .her barn or stack, and to sprinkle j st!*. over e'-?rv laver. In this wav, also, the j quantity of sustenance wa. increased, for the j str.w absordrd the succulenc; from tin ■ - tmlly cured hay, ( which consbt-d o red c ver and O. chard grass) a id the cattle «, tin bur.evard in winter, would soi.iet. nex !< a-. e the hav and cat the straw. Ill the Philad' phia Agricultural Almanac for the year 1618, this subject is discussed, and it is believed, in a sat „factor, maimer. A communication from Dr Mease, en the manufacture of sewing silk in the town (township) of Mansfield Windham county, Conn, the result of a late visit thereto. I bis business has long engaged the attention of the farmers in Mansfield. The making there of 20011)3. sewing silk in the year 1789, is recorded among the articles of intelli among gence in the Columbian Magazine ot Phila delphia for January, 179U: andin the late Mr. T. Coxes interesting and able Digest of the Arts and Manufactures of the States, from the reports of the Marshals em ployed in takmgtl.e census of the year 1810, the value of the sewing sdk and raw silk in W lodham county, was estimated at *s27,373. that of N. London and Tolland counties was gll28. It would be within bounds to say, j that at present, from the continued and in-1 creased attention to this culture, the value ot the silk produced is double that of the ' ear 1820. Two kinds of silk worms arc red, one of which (a superior sort) produce j b y two crops annually. Theprofit of the busi ness. which is chiefly attended to by females, 1 is gre iter than that ot regular agriculture. 1 The excellence ot the silk, ensures a ready aale of it to the storekeepers, who at a liber- ! nl price take it in barter fur the goods, and i find no difficulty m disposing of it in thc seanorts «»f New-Ei.el *nd am', in the ritv ' 'rxl v y 1; k ' , ' ^ ; of New-York. It s d; ed o. ; t.n not, ot the | most beautiful and sul.sta co.ois. uy a ■ regular artist. From the w Me sdk, and that from the s^-ed-c« roons, neat and sub stantial clothing and stockings are made. A "GREAT SPEEf H" IN DAYS OF YORE. Old Pefiys, whose personal Men.iors, cently published in England, are an immense funb of a i,us: nient and instruction in regard to the tunes of Charles II. and J unes II, de livered, at the bar of thc- House of Commons, in 1667, an elaborate speech ot three hours and a halt, and has given, in his diary, the annexed account of its success, which will remind the American public of some things they have read concerning American speecii re < a "The next day, up betimes, und with Sir D. Gauden to Sir W. Coventry's chamber, ■where the first word he said to me was, 'Good-morrow, Mr. Pepys, that must he Sp: aker of the Parliament House;' and did protest 1 had got honour for ever in Parlia ment. He said that his brother, that sat by liim, admires me; and another gentleman ., v . , , , sale that I could not get less than iïlOÜO a j year, lfl would/,uf on a gown and flead at j the Chancery-bar. But, what pleases me most, he tells me that the Solicitor-general i did protest that he thought I s/ioke the best of any man in England. My I.ovd Barke ley did cry me up for what they had heard of it; and others, Parliament-men thereabout the King, did say that they never heard such a speech in their lives, delivered in that manner. From thence I went to Westmin-1 ster Hall, where I met with Mr. G. Mon tagu, who came to me and kissed me, and told me that he had often heretofore kissed my hands, but now hc would kins my li/is; pro testing that I was another Cicero! and said,'. w Ä Ä twenty miles at any time to hear the like u gain, and that he never saw so many sit four hours together to hear any man in his life as there did to hear me. Mr. Chiclily, Sir John Duncomb. and every body do say that thc kingdom will ring oj my abilities, and that 1 linve done niyxell right for my whole life; and so Captain Cocke and others tif friends say that no man had ever such my _ . an op portunity of making his abilities known. And that I may cite all at once, Mr. Lieuten ant of the Tower did tell me that Mr. Vaughan did protest to him, and that in his hearing said so to the Duke of Albemarle, , and afterwards to Sir W. Coventry, that he had sat twenty-six years in Parliament and never heard such u s/ieech there beforel' for which the l,ord God make me thankful ! and that I may make use of it, not to pride and vain slory, but that, now I have this esteem, I may do nothing that may lessen it!" ! r „ , „ , , r . . , , , l* rom thc Richmond Enquirer of the 25 th jifiril. 1 I Extract of a letter from Washington, Thursday, April "(».-"Randolph delivered | < y es j erday tlle greatest speech of his life, and j t' g he J [(] ^ u °. , agt tul f thls session. The ; I like of it was never seen, heard, novfelt here f , |c ke for bix complete hours f onc t „ s 1 evcn . Fol . sjx ho ' m . s hc fi| lc d ! ^ % fr0U| thc fountains of bitterness ' , t() overflowing—and emptied j (, le , K . ads W „ h alld lüW ? F .„. six ù„ ul s ; j f 1 , , wiu e-p re ss of indignant wrath; f^r^six hours HvTisenate and a brilliant audi- ; , -, coltiuies j hich SU j, 01 . ted Ule dot ne of the chamber. Th H u b but vaill? lt .. • ' u , i ? 1 1 - v timn arm mv Mimtaut hi.oarr.NCK.—some time ago a pat | n g. ra ph mu( j e t | ie round of tue Scottish press, stating that the officers of the-shire yeoman rv C a V ;i1ry, presented their Colonel with a i ele- ; , gant silver cup, which was delivered by one of j his number; who made an ekrjuent speech on the j occasion, to which the Colonel made an appro - | ^r/n/e reply. The speech and reply were liter-| ally us follows: Presenter —"Cornel, Cornel, Cor nul, there's the mug "— Présente t —"Aye, John, ! ! is this the mug?** I - ! ■ I ' The parish clerk of Devonshire, Eng., was , : Sheeted oy the church wardens to give notice j I ,0 tl,e con.,regati°ii that Parson R. and l'ar- , on . c - '' ulll - t preach there alternately, fori I W *J'*I* he read thus; *• 1 he congregation he . i " 'lsired.to teak notice that 1 arson h and , i f*^rson C. will preach here ctarmuly. j j - _ I Wr. Franklin obseved "The eyes of other . people are the eye- that luin us. If .ill hut | ; myself were blind, I should want neither line ; clothes, fuie houses and fine furniture." 1 j ' Jail to be let —Ours has been tenantless ! this winter, and is n .w omipied by rats who , take t i, c tibertu of thc nurd and pay the ! SherilF no tees.* They c.iVc nothing ft>r tlu , B.;nkrupt Law, or hô Uod square limbs— 0 that we were all ntsT-harmtable Oaz. - - j j 3SOTICE. j AU . persons indebted to the F.xUte of GEORGE PlEttGE, Esquire, lute of the .own .Sew-t a,tic, ... the county ot Newcastle, and State Ot Delaware, deceased are requested to , make: pa, ment, and these who have demands a gainst the Estate, are requested to present them, duly attested, without unnecessary delay. An ; immediate settlement is particularly wished with i all those for whom Mr. Pisnc; hadaoted as Agent ' or Attorney in Tact, i James Couper, Mdnunisfrator. 3d—4t. New-Castle, April 10, 1835. A House und L I. illeasai.tly situnteil m \\ est-st., near friends' Meeting. Apply to | Mutism*! M'Camon. in ^liming ft ». 3d Mo. 2d, 1835. 2i 1/ United---~-1— . \ ttAV ftYK t U* l\\*J . The Tms<ees of this institution are l.appv to inform the public, that considerable repairs in the ! building will be nude before the commencement i of another Session, in order to accommodate a j greater number of Students. A separate room will be fitted up tor a Mathematical and English department, of which an able Teacher w ill he ' selected 'o lake- the charge. Both the Mathemati c; d and Classical departments will thus enjoy su j perior advantages. The price of Tuition is re luced to 2U dollars: and Hoarding, Washing and irfroni 80 to fclOO. tt ten Jed w ro rent * 1 tiding- may bo ohtainerl f. 1 * 0 se< -* that the morals of the pupil» ^ 11? a4 ling-houses, a Committee ot the ! Hoa . rd w * 11 be appointed to visit them from time i ,ü *!. me : , !* ,e »''«ÎC ostivMisUed reputation of tins ta ' ' • ' ,e P^P^dy of its Principal, ihn saluhritv ; and pleasantness of the place, the excellence . | and the main respectah'le tl.mil " in ! ■ which the stu lentscan he accummodatcd wl'li ; board in the vorv neighbourhood of the Acudv I mv, recoinim nd'it. to mirst-ry for their children. 'l lie Summer Session will commence on Mon day the lôth of May. i ai parents as a very eligible K. W GILBERT, President of the Hoard of Trustees. II. WlIITELEÏ, Etc* y. April 27. 31—4L I New Publications. Just r. ,.... Book and Hat Store, Moore's Life of Sheridan. " The Last of the Mohicans,**—a novel in 2 j volumes, by the author of "The Pioneers" i*c. ■ &c.; "Jack Halyard, tlie Sailor Boy; or the Yir particularly adapted to the use of children, and is, perhaps, one of the best of the kind that lias ever been of fered to the public. Wilmington , Feb. 23, 1836. *22 _ • at J. a COT 1 'S 9j J arket street. ! tuous Family."— : Ins little volume Fashionable Clothing Store. GEORGE F. O I). I MEL, T.IYLOR, a j lias removed his Fashionable Clothing Store, to j No 38, Market street, second door above the Lower Market, where he will continue to make i Gentlemen's Coats, Pantaloons,Vests, Stc., i most approved a ml fashionable manner. 1 Orders for any article in his line, will be thank J fully received and promptly executed, ! Wilmington,.Ian. 12 , 1826. \ VW' , - ! .3 I » j*« BC, 1'1 5 lili i 3 J !<' S ! ** '-*' 5 * À 1 18 "IIAI Lit. . successor to Henry J. Pepper, ! $ v\y Y Y ri lwU\l w\u\ .\ l*V, *\\ cv. 1 | .vl ST' TlfliEU) STH.EET ? dour to S. Suppit. tun's Dry Goods Store, Between Market und Shipley-st. \ Tff F ' S|,| ' <: 11 '. UI * 1 *' informs the puhl he manufactures and keeps constai sale ' Silver Spectacles, Silver Table tuiil Tea Snuülia, and all kinds oi' Gold an( l silver Ware an 1 ° " l < ' the 16—3m. : j At the lowes, prices (Yjfor CASH. Old Gold and Silver bought and taking in exchange. From a thorough knowledge (for more than 12 years) of thc above named J. Dhapkh, I can con fidently recommend him to the patronage of the public: H. J. PEPPER Wilmington, March 23, 1826. 26— M. , _ row-rV isits ' „ ■, 1Ï Liÿ* Fsnr Portrait of Hubert Fulton Esrn. Greece m 1825 , from the Monthly Iteview und , I London Magazine. On the peculiar Objects. and Importance of Political Kconomy, from the ' | EdintÀrg llceiew. Uichmond-Hill,by Alante A j Watts, from the Library dmuemr. Life ; Thomas KUwood, byInnisclf, from the Rctruspec live Review. Constables Miscellany, No. * i Halls \oyo Ç c lotie t.astern Scais, d ! -*>'"% Review Memoirs ofthe JUgnavine ot Anspach, /w, Me tame. The Wrem a Mai x . Legend, by Mrs. I-ranklin, r row» Me Lomton Ad-, s ; " ar »' c „, M /, llu ! el «I Classical IhogTaphj, I ! )'P e * I /' < ' /w' 1 ; xirtèro^'a Tale^'jîw^Âe'^/rfTOWsK: ' ;1/ Antcros, a lau, jnmtae juurpou f""ÄscTn Son nambuiisin, 'from tin same. '^^Vt om pi« ty^Wthe Author of Waverly, ! N() . from , ht J. gun«», from the same. ! Tl„. fr„m this,, me A y; n . , ; !.'.a n f v^thor^ vim. vuîeâr chu-ee of I, /! r 'v if ,ii I.»* _ ■' ^ 1 « j I'overtv, /the New MonthliirMuffuzinc. We paus'd* Inside a grass-grown Tomb , front the Metropolitan Mfizuzlnc. I lie Shipwreck, by ix ; Country Curate, from filackwood's M'^uzinc. j of j The effigies, from the Sew Monthly Magazine. On the i'erservation of Zoological Specimens - from the Depredations of Insects, by Thomas S. < Trail, M. 1 ). from the Edinburgh Philosophical Journal. j ! Miscellaneous Selections. —Ro\al Society of Lit I erature—Literary Property m l-'rance—New | ! Tivnch Voyage of Discouwy-ltu^v-Bxcava. j I turns at l*onqn n—Libmra s m i many—\mber- i , gri.-'llie plague— Wmk. I.n.nn-Statistics—On j the Chinese manner of forming Artificial PearL , l'latina Strings for Musical liistrunu ii s ; Hieran, InleUigenee— nV French . 1'w'fv 1 ■ i t . , > •(' j I p' qurèsiiim'i'f . q^.^u N - | ^ ^ , , The Museum. j rg* L1TTELL, 88 Chcsnut-st., Philadelphia, I ' <awJlO has just commenced a new series ot the Museum of Foreign Literature and Science . •» i.'- Ultu Ar'uCK' i>'. ,'J. ' \ . S>1 ,. L r V u *,|.»x.md r l. Lmpcror , round a iVo.u-r Hearth—The , »avert—l)c l'o.\; or Sk etc lies of the Maimers .* 11th CenUin—Jiumi * provetl in fit Mic Kiel Angelo—Cut a- j ! b»gue of K.ngia\* I British Portraits—-I list oty of; Henry »V. ol ri.mcc— '.il.tary Lit'■..• ofBmuparte ! —Meinoirs of \\u- It > d Houses ot York ami Lan- , C: ' sU """ S:r u l.if •. Diary and Cor-j rcs P lî '"' 1, nee—Historu .l Letters from Manu- ! i 1 of King ! Uichar.l 111.—Lreecc N indicated—Dr. Donne- j gnu'» (»reck ami Kughsli L**xicon—Lie's svs-1 tem of Natural Piiilosophy—Lwil ami F.clesittsti- 1 of il1 o'" ^ „f\?^ 'ql-nî mmal um U? I " c . d U ' S f' lli 1 rio s N nvex "f the : to , "i e Coun m nw u « ! a ^ °*|V T, i of Wertemhuïœ- ' v i 11 * , ^ ' , ,, , V 1 '.. ,, ,. ; I;!" 10 " lJ a Beeline ami tall ot i 1 ''nuun ■■lip.ie n.i. sl.jnc.. ut me Heart ' -Ecclestas.n al llistorv ot the Second and 1 urn! Ttrills hf SaHc-iptiun.-Yho price Is Six Do! | arsa vettr * p UV abl6 in a«lvance--but if not paid in advance, Sewn Dollars and si half. No subscription to lie discontinued until all ar rearages sliall be paid—-ami the publisher to be I atlibertv'to retain thc numbers as collateral sc- J to cuvi-j until they shall have been pnid for. ! The work will be sent to any part of the U. i States h mail, on receipt of In c Dollars on ac- ! a W, by the publisher. ' c,(\ n„, ITT,, x 6H) WAYS kPYRU'tl, he WAS stolon, on Thursday night, 18Ü1 instant, rom the siihscrio road between Ho re- port, a i and Customs o' l to be Burl ■ Casanova de j ■ ticq nit tht" I'hvsiolou'v * 4 Dis ;_v " -S 5 ,.; , 7 • ; l ies of the Arabian Night's Enter ; Centi.rifv—Doniuun s ? *V:t Vt_ Is Ainca—Third Biblic al Hescarclivs I art ot Bomts of llumo'i aiul ITavels in So ii'Vatli—Trt Mom >irs v St* w aii taiivncnt* New British livi on t!lu folks of th»* J it Phillips* Mills and New A s '-*' « !l ! '' ,r tore Lead; a white spot f!"V P T ?" e . " 8 !\ s ". °* a ll ,"'V bel ! , !! <1 ' bat p:.rt winch is covered by the pad ot a saddle ~b;^ a !m»g tail wlmm has never been docked; . her mane lies all upon the right side of her neck, in ! « b'»*h is cut close' on the tup of her head and ; shoulders.—'When stolen, she was without shoes, I BLACK MARE, \bout 15 hands h.g'h,. I hc marks whirl U * old this spring, s follows: viz,— her left ! . art bear. I j T dime reward will Ik en to y person dm will return the said m to me, or e:\ information as ma. ny g< Ding her agai refer H i!Hams, Near Nrwp.r.. Del. 3J—4t. .arc Anril Uth. r or :*uto t;i' Rent. A 1'i.vm in Mill Greek hundred, on Pike creek, kite the property of Jesse / ^ frump, deceased, containing60 act of good land, on which are a large doviole stone dwt Hing house, |! ^°°d barn, stabling, and ai l farm, will be sold on terms, to suit the purchaser, ith a well of good water close to the door, four tenant's houses, a excellent orchard. easonul.le and easy r rent. For further particulars apply ou the premises, to Mary Close. 16—tf. Jan. 12, 1826 NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Evan Thomas, or Evan Thomas li Co., late of the Bo rough of Wilmington, dec., are requested to make immediate pay ment, and those who have demands against said Estate, will please present them without delay, properly attested for settle ment. .lohn Stapler, T Henry I loupes. J Maillon Hetls, l.utv Partner. N. B. Tiie partnershipheingdissolved,the IRON FOUNDERY business will be cutiimedin future Kx'rs by Maillon Défis. Wilmington, Jan. 12, 1826. 16—3 mo. Job Printing, We would respectfully inform our friends and the public generally, that we execute : Job Printing of every kind, at this Office, in j the neatest manner, and on reasonable terms. Those who want Hand-bills, Advertise ments, Cards or Blanks printed, will be ac commodated to their satisfaction. Orders from the country will be promptly attended to. For Sale—CHEAP, A good second-hand FAN, for cleaning Grain. Enquire at this Office. JprUmWl, 1826. 30—4 tfl. Respectfully informs his friends and the pub lic S l ' nt ' ral ' that he has taken the above exten sive establishment, (recently occupied by Eh dec.,) which he has fitted up in a style , ensure comfort and convenience to his . . ' Hotel is situated in a pleasant part of the advanta tAhose who arc in pursuit of business or ^, uasure> ,, ot suri)assL .,i by any Public House in i the town. The number anil arrangement of the moms are such, that those who wish to be re ^ fpom th( . lloia , and bll sUe of» Tavern, may . be fl . tUy Kl , lti f 1( . d . -,t| |e s'TAULKS and CARRIAGE HOUSE at I t(J tliu establishme nt are extensive, com 1 modions and secure, and under the direction of ' com l M:lt 'j lt superintendents, || ie a ,| veP t;scr Hutters himself that from lus cx Periencc-, and the superior accommodations of the ! '. 0 " se I«« bas uken, he will be able to grady ! »•" IP'« 1 », L^bhshmcnt worthy a share of the public patronage. The DOVER MAH. STAGE Westhe Hotel j everv Mtmrfuif, llalnrsdiu/ und hridny morning, • • / ' . v f/ .. f! i'V vnnn * ,- <r< Vvm^' 'i? S ! ,*! .! fh u. j 1 ' l v 1 ' 1 - 1 °, ' . * l a1 .''r . ' 11 c s N ,L| ,. !• c A' 1 * n *t in ^ °t , 1 ( J^ 1411,1 lc T r ' l " < * < -' sl 1 c J 11 ° '-aun^ Rl lMS s ' u, ' . ullu 'b' s » " ,UJ Ucpt !j l '!" a y ,u ST cvtr >' attention puni to j , /. U u * llkr y | cc> ' __ _| j r p Gt n ,.nb«nnn ls Moelnnir^ I i A v) OIOI t. Kt CpLlÄq .>iCCll<UlU OlC. ( \ perwm well, undpnicticully acquainted with Bunk-Keep.ng % both by single and <lonble entry, ; ; and who expects to have a good deal of leii thro'the winter, I Oji/ioeite the Tot t Hull, Wilmington. HENAYSTEELE LATE OF THE EAGLE HOTEL, WEW-CA9TLB, ., , , .• 1 ■mild undertake the posting, j looks drawing oil uccounts*&c.,. information apply at this ami uliu.i'iJUMit of!» t 0 , !V'.'oo mi? ii I,t * t — 1U . J - _l?_ C A l»D. , CJ]>F.\"HY .!. PKl'PEIt presents hi, sincere tiauks to ins fVieiuls and fU&toniers for the j iioerul lure uf business w ill) which tiey have j heretofore favoured him, and re*-'** c»»m1Iv in- j forms them that he will hereafter be feiwid at v 0 AfT ( !u*s uil-slnvl Pliil'idrl nhi*i , °* 1 114 s ,UI S,, ' 41 ' 1 ,,1,aCU ' l ,ll,a where In-will thankfully receive, and faithfully ! execute, all orders in his line of business. ! March. 2 i_ | j — - ---|_ EDUCATION 1 . ^ A * „ . . ÏB the Lb h ■ I *«r bovs, in iheMilmington College, dur : '>•« ensuing year, in wl,icl. arc taught all the ! HitVerent branches of an English Education, the i higher branches of Mathematics, and the Latin r I terms. The Catechisms of the different Churches are likewise laugh, on Saturday mornings. the family of the teacher, iido terms. j , li:V -'■ V' ^r* ^ ■ ■ Loij.it 1 oDcij Mr. (icoiifc Jones uutl Mr . 1 ; Allan Thomson. I Hcl.ollar» boarding with the teacher may be j taught sacred music gratis. Orcemberw, 1825. ^m ! ; I on . ,,C J ' son! THE Subscriber takes the liberty of informing* bis old customers and the public generally, that I he has removed from No. 81, to J Ab. « 6 , Market streit, Wilmington _ Thc corner occunie.l bv Mr Allan Thompson! opposite to M, P WillUm' Larko's ! u'oce?v -More mid Mr lohn M Smith's Do tel ' vherc they are respectfully inviti d to call ' ' He has,'in add,lion to his stock of Fail ami tVi.vmi Chums, opened an extensive ussort ment of REMOVAL. J SPRING GOODS. Viz: 4-4 & 6-4 flam. MusllnsABlack silk, silk flag and i do jackonet Y fancy silk i.ks VJ and 4 quarter Irish | 'i i.ongV.avn 3 ! plain bookVcoUnn and threail-laces yBobuiet and bobinct la- j . White, green and black y Italian crapes ! ured do F I Elegant plui mull do Tambor'd £4 do Book mus., Swiss mull, Jackonet & linen cam. <■ CCS Hkfs Blk 8 c coloured CuntonABruids, ribonds, tapes, j crapes , sewing silks and cords 4,6, 7 and 8 quarterV Braver, kid, York-tan, d.itcy horse skin and silk ' . v „ GI ! ,Vt 'n , 1 and fancy j Umbrellas and parasols ; v Worsted and cotton ho- ; •ape shawls, .1 and assorted colours Blk, browi levantines do do lutestrings Asierv do do senshews J Marsaillcs, Valencia, toi Sarcenets V lanet ami silk vestings Blk and fancy Gros-de-AMadrass and cotton Hsg Naples 0 hkfs, Stc., £tc. With the usual assortment of Domestic Goods. Such as sheetings, shirtings, plaids, stripes, tow linens, drillings Pittsumgh couls, Sec. Wm. 15. Lomlinson. Wilmington, March 30, 1826 RE.MAW AL. V. M'MEiXL & SOîff Respectfully inform their customers and the publ.c generally, that they have removed from No. 86 to No. 98, Market street, and now offer Wholesale und Fêtait, ut their C'heu/i Boot, Shoe and Trunk Stores, ©3 & ÜÜÜ, Market-street, Wilmington. V N extensive assortment of Men's, Women's, Misses', Boys' and Children's Leather and Morocco Boots and Shoes. Ladies' Silk, Yalincia, Ivid, Everlasting, and Prunella Slippers, made in the most fashionable Style, of thc liest materials, and by choice work men. Course Water Proof Pools, Shoes and I.acc Foots, suitable for the try market, will be furnished remarkably low. in cuun A large assortment of Ladies', Men's and Chil dren s Eastern and Philadelphia made Morocco and Kid Shoes. Orders supplied on the most liberal terms, for cash or acceptances. N. U. An assortment of Travelling and Hair 1 runks. ° (Tj V . M NEAL 5c SON take this opportunity to request allpersonswho have been indebted to them, onnote or book account for more than one year, to make immediate payment, as no further indulgence will he given. Wilmington, March 30. —3m. * » # dllHcl, glUSS & (JllCCllSW&rC StorCS. I David Smyth, 68 market st. ( Apothecaries ailll DrUgffistS. ; Joscpli Bringhurst 85 market st general register;** Dry Good Merchants. Samuel Sappington No. 71, Market-st, Buzby 8c Hassett, 62, market st. John Patterson, 80 market Street. W. B. Tomlinson, No. 86, arketStreet. John R. Brinckie, corner of arket 8c Queen streets. William M'Caulley, Brandy wine, north side of the Bridge. John M'Clung 55 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 8c Co. corner of Kin. and Second streets. Joseph C. Gilpin, 46, market st. James 8c Samuel Brown, 8 High st. Clement 8c 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. Gcoi orange, Winslow, 179 market st. John Wright, corner of Front and Marke* Perry Shcward, Market st. opp. Academy. Hardware, Oil 4' Paint Stores. Joseph Grubb, No. 72, Market Street. Newlin 8c Woolstou, No. 50, Market street Hr. John Johnson, Sign of the Morta: j ant| Pt . stk 44 Market st. Boot alld SJlOC Manufacturers. Matthews, Marxct-st., opposite thc Market house, N. Castle. Tncophilus Joncs, 2 7 market st. Xï.V,'> l ' N w a , I J i S , 0n ' 98 " M ' 100 market * j ^ 1 M Neill, 170 king st. Jarnos Simpson, 10 west front st. j illiu.ni bite, 80 market st. rhomas V irden, French st. lVfprpVionf HPailrk^ lVltrCfiant 1 ailOfS. Wm. C Deputy, Northeast, Cecil co. Md. George U. O Daniel, No. 38, market,-st | MillilUTV and'FailCV Stores «f Alu t A , llKy J ^luico. Mary and Rebecca White, 110 market st. Ann Bailey, market st. near Kennet road# ' Hotels and Taverns. James l'lunilt-y, Washington inn, 39 mari et st. Joshuir Hutton, Queen of Otaheite, corner of market and queen sts. William C. Dorsey, west Front,near shipley John M. Smith, Indian King, corner of Mat ket and High sts. Soap & Candle Manufacturers. Bainton 8 c Bancroft, market, m ar kennet . 1 ('....Vu...,, . i \ i , . • « I V° chla 1 l 1 and Adams, cor. orange and third j ames Biy. corner tatnall and queen. C'lmpntefS ! Elishtt Huxley, BrJd, one floor below King. Samuel Askew, Kennet Road. I'hoinas Newlin, corner king and high st. Watch Makers. Ziba Ferris, 89 market st. Charles Canby, 77 market st. George Jones, 25 market-st. Silver Smiths and Jewellers. James Guthrc, 41 market st. Emm or Jeffens, No 30, east Second* st Curriers. James Webb, High, between Orange and Shipley-sts. Stephen Honsall, 25 market st. i /•, , TIr , CabiuetVVarehou.se. | John Ferris, Jr. shipley, l.etw ! Tobacco & Sogar Manufacturers Thomas A. Starret, 107 market st j Wilmington & Philad. Packets. Sloop Mary Ann, Shockley, Bush's wharf, Fame, Poinsett, market st. Industry, Scout, Robinson's wharf. een 2d and 3d T) , 1 T v •. -r. . Jiieatt anti BlSCUlt Bakers. ' JohnCountiss, nearly opposite Thos. Powel's 1 Factory, No. , Shipley-st. ; Miller Dunott, 105 Shipley st ; Michael Wolfe, 3, East 3d street. James Gibson, East Front, near Market st. miscellaneous. Iron and Coal Merchant —Thomas Garctt, Jr, 39, Shiply-st. Master Hricklayer , tine! I.imc Merchant.— B. W. Brackin, old I„inie stand, No.—, west Broad-st. Tanner .—Benjamin Webb, Queen, between Tatnell and Orauge-sts. Stone Cutters, Albert 8c James Robinson, No. 198, market st. Lottery and Exchange Office. —Robertson, 8c Little, 28, market street. James C. Allen TeacherHo. 105, Orangc-xt., above the Hay-Scales. 1 bornas C. Alrichs, Fancy Hardware, Tin and Sheet Iron Manufacturer, corner ot market and second streets. Jacob Alrichs, Machine Maker, corner <Y shipley and broad streets. Iron Foundry —Mahlon Betts, second-st* near the Black Horse tavern barf Morocco Manufactory —Robinson's 8c Cr 98 market st. Conveyancer —Benjamin Ferris, at thc res ner of West and Third streets. J* P. Fail-lamb, Notary Public, Surveyor i Land, Conveyancer, Regulator of Street?*. tkc. So. , King street. Patent Hay and Grain Fakes Joshua Johnson 8c Sun, makers, Pikt Crcck Mills. JVatary / J nblic and Conveyancer _Isnft> Hendrickson, corner of trench and Ft 1 ond streets, No. 43. I.ivcry Stuhle —Kept by Huson Swayne, ■' Shipley st. above Queen. James Sorden, one of the Burgesses of tin . Borough, a Notary Public and Convoyai''-' er, 9, High street. Stove Ware-room —Jolinatlien Saville, coi ner of Market and Hanovar-sts. IMPROVED CHECKS On the Wilmington 8c Brandywine, Del»; ware, and Farmers' Bunks for sale s',, th 1 ' Office..