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PUBLISHED ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY—BY S. SNOWDEN, ROYAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA. ‘—yQU XXI1] " SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1822. ~ INo 6208,; THE ©lltjcantim <0a$ctte 15 PUBLISHED 0» Tuesday's, Thursday's Saturday's, BV SAMUEL SMO'.VDEN, Eoijal-streel, Alexandria, At* FIVE D O L L 9 • PER HOUSES, LANDS, fyc. Public Sale. „ The subscriber offers for sale his valuable lot of ground, con. «<* iB taming nearly 2o acres, on the N. of the town, and east of the turnpike to Washington. well situated tor gardens, grass plots, or building lots; a more desirable piece ot ground cannot be had in the vicinity ot Alexandria, or one which is more likely to rise in value l o suit different purchasers, it will be divided into small building lots, acre and halt acre lots. Thus divided, a public sale will be Attempted ou Satiiriluyi the 6th of April flext, at 3 o’clock, on very accommodating terms. It i9 confidently believed such an other opportunity tor purchasing lots will not occur soon in Alexandria. He has also tor sale or ground rent, a Number of Lots, on Queen street, between Columbus and Henry streets, and on Water street, near Mrs. Kennedy’s and Fayette alley on easy terms. LIKEWISE, SEVERAL SMALL HOUSES which he will either sell or rent very low, good titles will be given. S A. HOLBROOK. march 21_ Sawts Public Sale. !BY virtue of a deed of trust from Phebe Earl, bearing date the 13th day of June, 1813, to Thomas Laurason. .for the purpose of securing the payment of & sum of money due the bank ot Alexan dria, and shall sell to the highest bidder, on Thursday, the 18th day ot April next at li o’clock A. iVl. on the premises, the fol lowing valuable property, viz : a Two story Brick Ware house, ©nd lot of ground situate or. the oorth side •t King and east u» Paine streets, at pre Seent occupied by Messrs, Inbson & Lup lun, also a lot of ground with the improve meots thereon, being a Ira me tenement, &c. situate on the north side of duke and vest ot Columbus streets, and another lot •i ground on the west side of Aitred, be ! tween king and Prince streets, with the fcuiiding* thereon. Terms will be liberal and made known ©t time of sale. I ELIZABETH LAURASON, atlm’x. Hugh Smith, JYehemiah Carson, Administrators of the estate ot Thomas ftarch 14 ts ;Laurason, deeeased. For Sale, That well known establishment < called HAMPSTEAD, lit) Kmg George county, \ a. i he build* lingua this place consist ot a dwelling, llaige stone hou-e, granaries and other ne Ieessary oui-bou-es. It is pleasantly situ loicd on a considerable height, three cjuar Iters of a miie troui the Potomac river* I commanding an extensive view ot it, in ge genteel, wealthy and populous neigbbor Ihobd, and le»s thau a mile iruin the Poto IStic Academy* The advantages ot such a situation to a IliMrcantife gentleman, who has a family ol ©oildien to educate are too obvious to Sjeed comment. Genteel society, the ac quirement ot wealth, educaiionot children, Qiid an opporiimity ot attending public Worship every sabbath at the Academy, jure advantages rarely, it ever met with in ■fcny other country situation ■ O^TAny person disposed to treat for Bflus place, by letter, will please direct to fwke subscribe!* post mastvr, on the premi* ROBERT CHESLEY. ■ fiampstead, Va UbJ March* W tiarchto l»*»Sw Notice. Flavingrente i the ALDIE Mills? or a term ot years, l tender to g|A|i their Old Customers, and to all other persons who may be inclin Vi to confide in me, every accommoad noo which 1 can render them, To such 1 a n unknown to, and may deem it prudent to require it. I offer unquestion able security tor the taithlul peitormance ® every obligation l contract, tor the Surchase ot wheat or the exchange ot our. A ton of plaster can be broke and ground tn U'?‘.y five minutes trom the moment ot £p'ivery, by a pa*r ot five teet Allegany * ins, urged by a nineteen t«et water * u el, and five pair ot French Burrs, *° neot which exceed ip diameter the for *n‘r> assure to the Farmer and \lerch*rt prompt anexchange ot flour; tor wneat, the county ot Loudoun can turnish. JAS. SIMPSON. ** i*e, Sent. 23, 1821. nov !5 To he Rented Cheap. A large brick warehouse on the f)J JS ^bart. well calculated lor storing fi‘>ur, grainj or salt, nnd-in excel •‘-naoiltnt or *er. For terms apply to f., VNDKfcW SCHOLFIELD. *■•*» m»f2w For Sale, A well finished 3 *story Brick HOUSE, and extensive lot, carri age house and stable. The house „ contains 10 well finished 100ms, a good kitchen and dry cellar* will be sold at public sale on the lOih April next, if not previously disposed of at private sale. The lot contains 50 feet front, 110 leet deep to a 30 feet alley* For further par ticulars apply to the subscriber living on I3th street near the branch Bank ol the U S. Washington City. THOMAS WILLIAMS, march 18 eott For Sale, THE LAND & HOUSE on Stump Hill, lately owned by Mr. Nor ton, being about T WENT Y ONE ACRES well enclosed; on the lit tle river turnpike road, 2 miles from Alex andria. The garden contains many valua ble shrubs, vines, and fruit tree*. The situation is handsome and healthy. Possession may be had immediately— i The time of payment will be reasonably extended to suit the purchaser. WM. CRANCH. March II, lawtf. _ To Rent THE three story brick house, on Prince Street, formerly occupied by Doctor Dick,and at present by Doctor Vowell—It is well calcu lated tor a genteel family, and more par ticularly for a professional person, the lower rooms having been used as an office. Possession will be given the 1st ot May. Apply to, J.&J HARPER. March 11,3tawt£wfroawt4w j For Sale. I will sell a tract or parcel of land call ed BROOMFIELD, Containing three hundred and fifty acres more or less, lying and being in Chailes county, immediately on the road leaduig from Port Tobacco to Dumfries Ferry a bout six miles from Port Tobacco, within four miles ot Nanjemoy Church, and with* in i£ miles ot navigable water. The im provements on the said farm are a dwell ing house, kitchen, barn, corn, jfjufTW house, and other necessary houses, gjjjlf H is deemed unnecessary to give flLS—La more particular description of the same as it is presumed any person wishing to purchase will vie** the premis es. For terms apply o the subscriber living on the adjoining farm THOM AS JONES, march _law I n Buit Mill-Stone Manufacto ry, dle.randria. f I^he subscriber wishes 10 inform his cus 5 Somers, and the public in general, that he keeps his shop on Peyton St. between the upper end of King St* and the stone bridge; where he lias on hand an elegant assorment ol the very best quality ot French burr blocks, and Burrs ready made first quality warranted equal if not supe rior to any made in this country. Liberal Credit will be given to men o* punctuality* ROBERT GLENN march 14 UiEAF BOO IS. J. ll RUXXELLS, AS just received a- consignment of elegant Boots, by the box or single pair, at very low prices—also, a geneia assortment of SHOES Sf HATS, suitable for the approaching season, march 4 tf li VkL\G~ ^ j^HE subscriber having resumed the .L loaf bread and cake baking, at the house lormerly occupied by her son James McDonald, on Royal sireet north o! King street, solicits a share ot public patronage and support, tendering at the same time, her most grateful acknowledgements to her friends and a generous public tor Lvurs al ready received, and she trusts by due at tention still turlher to merit their regard, MARGARET McDONALD. march 19 0 TOBACCO. 9¥~lHfvSLOscriber will buy and sell tobac I co lor a commission ot one dollar per hhd.—Planters and others who have tobacco for sale, by leaving the true sam ples and notes with me, will have the same promptly attended to. Purchasers ot tobacco will please call on me. Tobacco for Sale. 3 have for sale, a prime crop of tobac 1 co made by William Holme’s Esq. of Mongomery County, (Md.) 39 hhds o first and 13 of second quality, inspected at Bladensburg. The inspector pronoun ced it to be in prime shipping order, and ail inspected lately. ROMULUS RIGGS. nov 1____ 4000 bushels St l bes Salt, ^UTI TABLE tor the fishery, which will be sold low 500 barrels ground plaster lor sale by JONATHAN JANNKY. tnareb So eo6t (xOI-D. I WISH to purchase and will give at all times the highest premium lor Doubloons,' American, English, -GOLD. French, & Portuguese^ I also wish to purchase 'bank notes, chtcks, and approved endorsed bills at sight on Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, New Orleans, Mississippi, I will also exchange the notes of every bank in the United States and Canada at a moderate discount, I can at all times supp'y to any amount, checks and bills at sight, or at short dates, as may be wanted at the lowest rates on Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. I wish also to purchase United States 3 5 6 dr 7 per cent* stocks. United States Bank stock, and the stocks ot ail the banks in the District. ^Persons wishing to sell or buy any kind of Stocks, or make any money operations, will please to give me a calls at my Exchange Banking House, Bridge street, Georgetown. ROMULUS RIGGS. A. C. Cazenove £$ Lo. Are purchasing MARYLAND TOBACCO WHEAT, R Y E, and FLAXSEED. fcb 18 _ «ll( A. C. Cazetiovc £5 Co. HAVE just received, and oiler tor sale Port wine in quarter casks, and ca ses of the tirst quality, Packages ot Irish linen and dowlas, Bales ot plaids and brown sheetings, teb ^8 Fork, Beef, Young 11)sou Tea, £50. fOHN H. LADD A* Co. have just re ceived per sloop Abeona, trom New Vork, 40 barrels prime pork, BO do do beet, 33 half boxes young hyson tea 20 boxes leinon9 25 do muscatel raisins 5 jars grapes feb 28 Wm. Fovvle, § Co. 1AVE just received, per sloop Java, from New York, and offer lor sale 6 casks ot Bridport seine and sail twine ol superior quality dec 13 Alexandria Coffee House. JlHIS establishment, which is now o I pened for the accommodation of the i public; offers to the citizens of (he District | a resort at once genteel and respectable. Tb* proprietor Ins expended a large a inount in making it a suitable place for the reception ot gentlemen, from whom alone he solicits patronage, the decorations, pa pering, and painting displays at one view elegance an I taste combined. The coffee room will be supplied with the most commercial papers ot the Union, together with every refreshment suitable to the season. Coffee can be served at any hour, also porler, beer, ale, wines, cordials, and liquors of every description ot the best that can be ob tained in the District. The proprietor hopes from his umvear ied exertions,to establish a room for the ie« cepfion of the respectable part ol the com munity; and from bis future attention, and in consideration of the whole to receive the patronage of die public, being confi dent of their approbation when vi-ited. VINCEN T M A SSOLKTT I. ,j^rP 8. The Alexa ndria Coffee house is on Prince street, a door above Union, leading to the Centre Wharf feb 25 Imperial ami Yyung Hyson Teas. HJ0I1N 11 LADD, & CO. A\ E received and oiler lor sale, 32 chests young hyson tea, 27 do imperial, feb 15 Vaccine Institution ot‘ Alex andria. ' EMiE subseriher is provided with a sup I piv of Iresh Vaccine matter, and in vites the indigent persons of thetownand its vicinity to send their children lor Vac cination. He w ill attend at his office tor the purpose ol receiving such patient* from 7 until 10 o’clock in (he morning, e very day in the week* GUST’s. A. BROWN, M. D, march 2o___ ; N. K. Rum. i T INOSAY & MILL, have just received VJ 45 bhl>. N. E Rum, which they wil sell low on the wharl. inarch 14—3t James I. Weems, \TTORNEY at law, offers his servi ces to the public, and to the citizens if the District, of Columbia in particular lie promise* the greatest attention, Port Tobacco* Aid. March 36 e«6t GOLD, And Southern Bank Notes. S& M: ALLEN & Co. Pennsylvania • Avenue, Washington City, wish to purchase, at a moderate discount Virginia, 1 North Carolina, • Bank South Carolina and I Notes. Georgia, J They wilt also give.a premium for. English, French, j Spanish, -GOLD. Portuguese, and American Persons having the above or any ot the , notes of the solvent banks in the United Stales will do well by calling at . ALLEN’S Lottery £$ Exchange Office, Penn. Avenue, Washington City, \\ here can at all times be obtained, drafts on Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Kichmund, Va. Fayetteville N.C. Charleston, S* C. and Savannah, Geo. on accomodating terms- j march 11 dtf Collection Office. IN most ol the popular places in the U. States, .7. H. RUNNELLS is now en abled to collect Bills of Exchange, lor a reasonable compensation, and also can furnish £iHs to any amount. besides the above business, R. will de vote the usual attention.in buying and sel • ing jR.mk /7ijls« (£7- Gentlemen at a distance wishing Bills collected, can have them laithtully attended to, by addressing a line by mail. Lottery Affairs. RUNNELLs has constantly on band Tickets in a variety ol numbers, in most 01 the Lotteries iu the Union, viz:—TV Grand National Lottery, 5th class, highest prize d 100,000, Tickets di5; Washing ton Monument Lottery,highest prize d3U, 000, Tickets only dIu; New-iork Liter aluie s.xth class, highest prize d30,UUU; Tickets 14 dollars, &c.«Vc. The Manager’s Official List ol the draw ing ot the above lotteries regularly receiv ed and registered, and all incl ination giv en gratis Apply at J. ii. KUNNELLS’ Lottery Exchange <k Collection Office, King-street, Alexandria. march 4 _ a To the lovers of Good lireud. THE subscriber respectfully informs his customers that he will be able to serve 1 them on Thursday next with the best ol liread & Cakes, at his old stand on Royal street, and soli cits his lormer friend’s custom. * WM. DEVAUGHN. march >0 _ftn 810,000 1HAVE ten to fifteen thousand dollars ot the Georgetown Importing & export ing Stock, I wish to dispose ot : 1 will sel 1 for cash, or on a credit ot 1 to 10 years for undoubted landed or other security, or exchange it lor proof rty. Those disposed to deal for any part of this stock, will call at my office, Bridge-street Georgetown. y ROMULUS RIGGS jan4 ^ Coffee. JOHN1 H. LADD & Co. have received and offer sale, 26,ooo lbs. of St. Domingo coffee I2.000 Green Havana do 5,ooo Green Porto Rico do Havana segars in boxes, halfs & quar ters feb 19 Wanted. i T RUNNELS LOTTERY AND j\ EXCHANGE OFFICE, North Carolina Bank Paper, From 8 to 10,000 DOLLARS, at low rates if offered soon. ALSO Franklin Bank Paper of Alexandria, will be taken at a fair discount, feb 18 tf Teas, Tobacco and Figs. ( JOHN H LADD <$• Co. have received for sale per sloop Matilda 20 chests young byson Tea, 5 do gunpowder do* 44 ceroons Spanish tobacco, 9 boxes Turkey Figs. march 4 _^ William Fowle 6$ Co. HAVE for sale—landing from the scb. Dollar '2U0 peices Flag Handkerchiefs J of extra fine quality. , feb . tf New Orleans Sugars. J. H. LADD if Co. HAVE just received and brig Mon. roe, Iroro New Orleans, 145 hhds, very superior N. Q.;Swgar». feb 22 «-■ ■ ■■ 1. . ■ r'rT Coitgressioual Proceedings. — -——-4. .■** from the National Intelligencer* Tuesday, April t, IN SEN A'l E, A message was received frem the Pre sident ot the fUnited SUtes. transmit ting from the Navy Department certain information, in part, called for by reso* - lutions of the Senate of ftbe 1 ltb ult. re j lative to expenses at the different navy yards; and the message was read. A message was also received from the President of the United States, transmit ting two letters addtesied by the Minis* ter ot France, the Baron de Neovillg,td the Secretary of State, relative to th# claim of the heirs of Baron de Beau* marchais on the United States; and the message was read. | The President laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of I the Treasury transmitting a statement I ot the duties which have accrued on books imported in the years 1817,18,19 20, A 21, rendered in o» eo lence to a re solution of the Senate; and the commu nication was read. Mr. Benton, from the Committee on Indian Affa.rs, reported a bill to amend the act ot 1802, regulating Indian trhdqp and the bill was read. Mr. Benton laid on the table the fol* lowing resolutions: Resolved. That the President of the United States be requested to commuii cate to the Senate at their next session such information as may in the mean time be obtained, shewing the no ruber of persons of whole or part Indian blood detached from their tribes and living »• mong the white people in each of the States of Missouri, Illinois, and India* na, and the territories of Arkansas, and Michigan—the names of the heads of each family, and the number of their children, and whether the father or mo* ther, and which, is of whole or part In dian blood—the names of each single person of the same description above the age of 21 years—the state of educa* tion among them the religion which they profess, and the places of their resi • dence, the causes which have induced i hem to quit their tribe and settle among the white people; and whether they ha\e received donations in land from the French and Spanish, or American go* vernments, and if any, how mu"h; from what government received, where situ* ated, and whether the donee now por sesaes it. Resolved That the President be reques ted to cause the said information to be collected from the United Indian Agenie and such others as he shall think pro* per. by causing the appropriate enqui* ries to be addressed to them, and the substance of their information to be di* gested into & report and communicated to the Senate. In introducing the above resolutions, the mover, Mr. Benton, stated his ob* ject to be to obtain correct information with respect to the description of per sons therein mentioned, with a view of making some provision to better their condition. lie knew of many person* in the states and territories of the de scription mentioned, some of whom had applied to him to propose a law to giv» them lands, as had been given to th* early white settlers in the same coun tries. He had delayed acting on their request in order to obtain full and cor rect information, to make it the basis of a law that would operate generally in behalf of all such persons now residing in the white settlements, and others wh» may chuse to de the like: conformably to the idea contained in the President* inaugural address of the 4th of Marc]* | last, The Senate resumed io committee of the whole, (Mr. Mills in the chair.) the consideration of the bill to provide for trying the validity of incomplete French and Spanish land titles in Upper Louis* iana, (Missouri,) the question being on Mr. Eaton’s amendment offered yester* day. A debate of near three hours durations took place, on this amendment, in which it was advocated by Messrs. Eaton, Van Buren, Holmes of Ma. King, of N Y.db Van Dyke, and was opposed by Messrs. Benton. Brown, ot Lou. aod Johnson, of Louisiana. After some modification of the amend ment, the question was taken on agree* ing thereto, and was carried—ayes 20, noes 15. The Senate then proceeded in mate ring and discussing the other details of the bill, in which Messrs. Holmes, of Me. Brown, of Lou Benton. King, of N* Y. Otis, Barton, and Lanman, took more or less part; and, having gob through the bill it was reported with the amendments, and the bill was laid on the table. The engrossed bill for the relief of the legal representatives of Joseph Hodgson, deceased, was read a third time, passed, and sent to the other horns* for concurrence. The Senate then adj eurned.