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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - December 17, 1823, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 Daily paper per annum.............$10 00  Semi-Weekly,....«,4©..................5 00  Weakly,..........tfo.................2 50  Congressional Globe, 'or the session... .1 00 For less than a year—  I):tilj,... .per month,...............1 00  Sea.i-weekly, do......................0 50  Subscription» to the Daily for le?s than two, to lie Semi-Weekly for less than four, or to the Weekly for less than twelve month?, will not he received.  Subscribers may discontinue their paper at any i me by paying for the time they have received them? bttt not without.  Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at  1  e time of subscribing' order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until tliey order the paper to be stopped, and pay ar-earages.  prick tor jlbvehtislsfg. Twelve lines, or less, three insertions, .$1 CO  Every additional insertion,.............0 25  Longer advertisements charged in proportion." A liberal discount made to thos«* wno advertise \ the year.  Ml payments to be made in advance. Those who have not »n opportunity of paying other-w ise, may remit by mail, at our risk, postage paid. I he Postm-is!it's certificate of such remittance, shall be n sufficient receipt therefor.  (C? Letters to thr Editor, eJtargfd with postage, h ill not be taken out of the Post Office.  W1NTRR ARRANGKMKNT PEOPLE'S LI SR OF COACHES,  Fur Whaling find Pittsburgh, Via Haitimor« aiid Ohio Hud Road.  „ art** ^"2-  rHlUF. Public are respectfully informed, that Jg this Splendid Line of Coaches is now in successful operation, ¡earing Baltimore doily at 7 o'clock, A. M , runnin»-through to Wheelin f and Pittsburgh in two days, GO miles on the Hail Tio.ul.  For seats in this splcnd'd I.ine, apply at the Franklin Coffee House, No. 4 South Calvert street; at Reltzhoover's Fouii'nin Inn, I/ght street; also, at the (General Stage Office, next door to Newc< mb's Iiuli -n Q>n-en Hotel, Baltimore street, And at the Rail lload Ticket Office, corner of Charles and Catr.den streets.  J. MORTON*, D. K. HE AM AN", Dec 7, 183.1. Proprietors.  SPLENDID (iKKKN lOACHKS, FOR ¡ULTIMOMl.  f HF, Citizens of George-l^wS* J|_ town are respectfully informed, that the above lines of superior Coaches leave Holtzman's Hotel and the Drug Store, cor-¡er of Bridge i nd Congress streets, an.I immediately opposite the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, daily at half past 7 A. M. and quarter after 1 I o'clock P. M., calling for passengers at their residence, and running through in 5 hours. As these are the only 'Four Horse Concilia' running to this City, and as they are put on exj ressTy for the accommodation of the citizens, in order to avoid the disagreeable necessity of changing (loaches in Washington, the delay, &c. attendant ipon it, a share of public patronage i< resnectful-lly solicited; as the Proprietors are determined not ho be surpassed in any respect, in whatever may [tend to the comfort, safety, convenience, and expedition of their patrons.  TllOS. C'lOKENDOliFER, Agent. _C J. WHITE, Agent. Wash: gt->n, Dec. 7—.14 &w4w  Oolite 1« liaxhTH, NOI-HUTH aiul KhuUktii Travellrrs  PASSENGERS FOR PHILADELPHIA,  A RE resj)eeUiill\ I "donned that the NEW ECLIPSE LINE, owned oy Beltxiioo-■kh, Kkesih». & Co., composed of splendid •Blue and Red Troy Built Safety Coaches," s now in full operation, leaving the Indian llueen Hotel Baltimore, daily, at 3 o'clock A. M., v>ssing the Susquehanna at Port Deposite on permanent and covered bridge, and arriving in hiladelplua the same evening; where Passengers (re sure of obtaining seats without delay for S'ew Vork.  To accommodate Northern Passengers, the 'roprictors, have at a considerable expense, placed new and splendi l Coaches, first rate teams, kiid skilful and accommodating drivers, on the ibove Line, which for speed, security and comfort, vies with any I.ine or Lines in the Union.  Passengers fqr the above Line can have their Is.'ats secured at the PhucnixStage Office, leaving IWashington at 2 P M., and running through (to Baltimore in five hours.  The many advantages which this Line posses-Ise*, combined with every attention on the part of lail connected with it to accommodate, it is to lbe hoped will secure for it the patronage of a ¡generous »nd discerning Public.  The Accomm<wlation I.ine for FnaofcurcKs-Inuno ami Richmond is nnw running, leaving Vlexnndria every other day at 5 o'clock.  For seats in the above Lines, as well as in Ihe "Blue Safeties" for Baltimore, at 8 and 10 o'clock A M and 2 P. M., please enquire at ¡the Phoenix Stage Office (Gadsby's Hotel,) and |at|Strother , 8 Hotel.  Stag« leaves Washington at half past 9 [o'clock A. M. and half past 3 P. M.,for Alexandria; and returning, eaves the latter place at |9 o'clock A. M. and 3 P. M-, crossing the Po-[toinac at the Long Bridge Walker's Ferry thus lihortening the route from 3 to 4 miles.  Dec 14 C .». WHITE, Agent.  m  ÉÉ  C5ITY or WASHINGTON  CASff IN MARKET.  WE will pa) cash for any number of LIKELY NEGROES (of both sexes) from 12 to 23 years of age, Field Hand». Also, Mechanics of every description. Apply to K. C. Ballard & Co. Richmond, V». «L M. Saunders i; Co. Warrcnton, Va George Kepheart &. Co. Fredericktown, Md. .lames F. l'urveis h Co. Baltimore. William Hooper, Annapolis, Md. A. Grimm, Fredericksburg, Va. Thomas M. Jones, Easton, Eastern Shore of Maryland, or to the subscribers at their residence >n Alexandria.  Persons having likely servants to dispose of, wdl do well to give us a call, as we, at all times, will pay higher prices in cash than any other purchaser who is now or may hereafter come into market.  All communications promptly attended to. Nov 1 —tf FRANKLIN ARMIMELI).  DAILY*  DEtRÎIBER 19Y 1833.  N KG ROES WAN FED.  ffllHE subscriber wishes to purchase from JL Twenty-five to Fifty likely young Negroes of both se xes, from 12 to 25 years of age.  Persons having servants to dispose of, will find it to their interest to give men call, as I will give higher prici s, in cash, than any other person in market, or who nitiv hereafter come in this market. I can at »11 times be found at Thomas Lloyd's Steamboat Hotel, opposite the Centre Market. All communications will be promptly attended to, Washington City, District of Columbia.  Nov 1 — dtf .1AMES BIRCH.  ( Aril FOR SERVANT*.  I WILL give cash and the highest price f-r any number of likely Negroes, iarly want some families.  Apply at Lloyd's Steamboa tlfotel, near the Marsh Market, Washington.  Sep. 28.—tf " THOMAS M. JONES.  i particu-  CASH FOR NEGROES.  E will at all times pay higher prices in Cash for likely young Negroes, of both sexes, either in families or otherwise, than any other purchasers who are now or may hereafter come into this market.  All communications will meet attention. We can at all times be found at W. Robey's Tavern, near the corner of 7th street and Maryland Avenue, \Va-hinfton city, D. C.  Oct 9—eotf SIMPSON 8c NEAL.  E.  10=» HOT EL FOR REN I".  With the Furniture if deairrd. I TBI HE "F.XCH \NGF. HOTEL," fronting on I Pennsylvania Avenue and 13£ street, now  [occupied by the subscribers, and containing 25 Vooms, including ene spacious dining room, tw ■arlors and a s. tting room, with a large Bar Room r -the whole in complete repair.  Connected with the Hou*c is a New Stable, sufficiently large to accommodate IS horses, Carriage House, he. which will be rented or not at ■the option of the lessee.  This house is as convenient for boarders, or en-Itt rtrtinment, as any in the city, and will be let for (the term of eight years, the term the present lease IIihs to run—and on moderate terms, if early appli-■Alion be made to cither of the subscriber».  AZ. FULLER,  Ami rican Hotel, Or MASON CLARK,  Nov 20—d2\v en the premises.  & A. H. YOl.'NG.  .!// rch ant 'Fn Ho rs.  AT their old stand, corner of 10th street and Pennsylvania Avenue, have as u ual a full and complete stock of Cloth Cassimers, Vcstings, &c. of the latest fashion, both of color and style, to which they invite the attention of their former friends and the public generally.  Also, on hand, a general assortment of ready-made Clothing of every dcscrij tion of garments, made in the best style, to which they particularly invite the attention of economists, and all others wishing to purchase chet.p. All orders thankfully received and promptly executed.  D- c 2—3taw3\vif  l)ENrAirsnR<iEiiY7  R. B. F. HALL has tuken a lower front room at Mrs. Moi xt's, PcnnsvlvanU Ave-'ue, 4 doors east of 3d street, where he will for a short time attend to the* practice of Dkstal Sun-oi.nr.  He will insert natural or artificial Teeth, of the very best quality, from one to a full set, on a new-plan, greatly preferable to any hitherto introduced into practice. While in the West Indies last winter he learned a method of plugging teeth much superior to that pursued by Dentists g\ ne-rally. In a word, all operations will be perform ed rc'entijically, neatly, and durably. He has tas-timonials of his superior skill in his profession from many of the first Physicians and gentlemen m the United States and the West Indi'cs, which he would be pleased ft r gentlemen to examine.  Dec. 7—- o-l.lt.f*  D l   I9jft  ft* f&  bAùt  lbs  J*  TO LE I".  TWO neat and well finished Frame Houses on 14th St. near the Foundry (Methodist) Meet-ing House, and in the neighborhood the Department of State; one of he houses tain 6 rooms, a kitchen, and ct liar.—The oth-vii $ a cottage built house, containing 8 rooms, ijd kitchen, with every out house,--such as a itiible, meat, mill; andwood house, and a pump »? as good water as any in the District, at the oor; 17,000 feet of ground asa garden, with fruit recs and shrubbery attached there to.—Also, 3 oonis on 13th street, and next to the cerner of 'ennsylvania Avenue, fronting on the open square ipp.is'itc the National Museum, xocallcd, well cal-rulated for offices, or could be so arranged, by < ki:ig down the partitions as to make a spacious ^>re room for any kind of business. For further tu txulars, enquire of  JOHN McDUELL, 14th St.  Oct24—Stawtf. _  FO¡1 LEAShf OR REN  A FRAME HOUSE containing  "fig HI A A.  s,x 1 ' ,<>,11!i »  ouc ofl w,,ich is    1  ^h .ndsomely |>apered, a good cellar, kitchen and si te entry, a large plea-ui t Piazza fronting the river, a very large g;<r-on am) yanl attached thereto, ;« pump of de-ij> lnhd ater near the door—is situated near li e Mansion House ami Potomac Brid .e.  Also, tuo two story brick houses finished in »k- best manner, a good kitchen yard and back ot, situated near the abo\c described building, his property will be rented or leased to good Mian 8 on very moderate terms. Also, for hire, lik lv colored boy, about 14 years of age, he as been accustomed to house work for some ars, and can attend to and can take care of orses. For terms apply to the subscriber liv-g near Bradley's wharf.  15 —2awllt HENRY N. YOUNG.  Nov. _  WAS committed to the jail of Queen Anne»« County, on the 16th ..ay of September, 1833, by William Hirper, a Justice of the Ptaee in aud for the said county, ag a mnawav,  a  colored man who calls himself John Dingoes; »ays he was born free, and emigrated from France to this country. Said John Dingoes is about thirty years of Kge, five feet four inches high. Had on when committed, a blue round jacket and linen trow-scrs.  The owner, (if any) of the above described colored man, is requested to come forward prove property, pay charges, and take him away, otherwise he will be discharged according to law.  THO. SUDLER, Sheriff of Queen Anne's County.  Dec. 7, 1&33.—w8t  PORrRAII r  PAINTING.  AL. DeROSE respectfully invites public a'-, tention to his Painting Rootns, over Mr. Li nd-deys Hardware .'tore, north-side of Penn. Avenue,between ninth and tenth streets, where he has several Oil Paintings for sale; among them an original picture representing a heroic incident in the life of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, during the Revolutionary war, designated "Putnam's leap."  The likeness was intftuluced from an original ch awing, by Col. Trumbull.  The artist also begs leave to subjoin the following card of terms :  OILS.  Heads, size of L ; fe - - $100 00 Do with n hand - - 125 00 Do do both hands - - 150 00  WATER COLORS.  Sketch Miniature Portraits, on Bristol Bopjd,' finished in two sittings of an hour each $15~T>0  Nov. 30—Stawlm.  TO THR LADIES.  LAFORE, Ladies Hair Dresser, and Or-•Zju.* naniental Hair Manufacturer, has the honor of informing the lies of Washington that, as his business 'n Philadelphia deprives him of the pleasure" of rema ni ig in tins city to dress their hair, he has India! Mrs. J. Dotme'h Mil inery Store, on Pennsylvania Avenue,between Ninth and Tenth streets, a moat splendid assortment of ORNAMENTAL IIA1R, of every description, an l of the latest fashions, such as Curls a In Grecqu-', Grecian Plats, Ringlets on Combs, Frizzed Curls do., Plain Frizettes, Bandeaux, Curled Frizettes, Puffs, Everlasting Curls, Braids, &c. See.  Also, French Perfumery, Combs, Ladies' Curling Tongs, &c.  N. B.—With Mr. A. L's new fashioned Curls and Plats, Ladies will find a great advantage, as they do not require a hair-dresser.  Any orders for Wigs, or Hair of any deseripr tion, left at Mrs. J. Dot.vk's, will be promptly attended to. Nov 30—-3aw4w  II  SPLENDID JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND SILVER PLATED WARE.  WM. A. WILLIAMS, two doors West of Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, has just received, per ship Virginia, from Liverpool, and is now opening, a splendid assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, rich plated Waiters, Castors, Candlesticks, Snuffers &. Trays, Britannia Tea anil Coffee Setts, pitted on tied, Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons, fable and Dessert l-'o; ks, German Silver Spoons, L ¡ales, &.C. And from New York and Philadelphia, a new and beautiful assortment of Jewelry and Fancy Goods Silver Ware of his own manufacture always on hand.  Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine for themselves.  All orders in his line promptly executed.  N. B. Watches, Jewelry, See. repaired in the best manner, and the highest pric e given for Gold and Silver.  IHTSince the above, lie has received a fine as sortment of Astral, three and four armed suspending desk, side, and stand Lamp*; glass-cased Mantel Clocks; a beautiful assortment of hair work, consisting of Curls, Puffs, Bands, Bra ds, &c., Combs of every description, with an extensive variety of hair, cloth, tooth, and nail Brushes.  Dec. 4—eo6t  ______  1| R. L. CARUSl has the honor of informing iff? tin- citizens of Washington and its vicinity, that having jus! returned from the North, where, by intercourse with several professors lately from Europe, he has acquired many new and fashionable steps, dances, and waltzes, which he will be happy to introduce in tiiis city. He will resume his instruction this day, at the hours heretofore advertised.  Any information by inquiring at the Saloon, comer of C and 11th streets. Dec 6 3t  A CARD.  HE subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to log old customers, Members of Congress, and the public generally, that he still continues manufacturing Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes of every description, in the neatest and most fashionable style, at his well known stand, sign of the Golden Boot, Penn. Avenue, nearly opposite Brown's Hotel, where he has on hand, ¡md will continue t» keep, a general assortment of Boots and Shoes.  He will also remark, that he has first rate Boots of his own manufacture, made of the best materials, for from four to seven dollars, not sur- j passed, if equalled, by any in the District, to j which he would particularly call the attention of j ec< nomists. j  He has under his employ, Mr. John Mills, of ; Baltimore, who has been with him ten months, | during which time he has given general satisfac-| tion in the manufacturing line to his customers. As Cutter and Fitter, he is not surpassed by any; the style and comfort which attend his fitting, is calculated to give general satisfaction. ,  Those Ladies and Gentlemen whb wish to have j Fohsh Mixed, do those articles in the highest state of perfection, • Blue, do  will do well to call at his old Stand, sign of the Golden Boot, nearly opposite Brown's Hotel. Nov 29—eo2w " WALTl.lt CLAKKE.  HATS, BOOTS) ANI> SHOES.  THE Subscribers beg leave to return thetaln« cere acknowledgment* to the Gentlemen and Ladies of Washington, And its rtcinrt^ for the very liberal encouragement thejr have met with, since they have located among them, and pledge themtelre», as usual, to execute all orders committed to them at the shortest possible notice, and in the neatest ami most fashionable style ; as they have taken particular pains to select the best of workmen in the United States; atid they have no hesitation in saying, they have the neatest Work made in the District. Their materials are of the first quality, surpassed by none, consisting of the  Best quality Philadelphia Calf Skins and French Morocco.  Also, a few dozen Russia Calf, which surpass any leather, for softness and durability, ever offered to the public.  All kinds of Morocco, English and American Kid, Denmark Satin, Prunella and Lasting, Black and White Satin, all of superior quality.  Also, a large and general assortment of Gentlemen's and Ladies' Boots and Shoes, of every description, consisting in part as follows:  100 pair of Men's first quality Boots, of our own manufacture ; all of which we had made through the last spring and summer, which are well seasoned and of course will wear well. Gen. tlemen's dancing and dress Pumps. Also, a gen eral assortment of Jackson Nullifiers, and Monroe Bootees, of the best quality.  Also, Boys' and Misses' Shoes.  Ladies' Fancy Booto. • •  Ladies' black *ad%hite Satin Shoes? OTacIf, English, American, and French Kid? 100 pair Ladies' French 8hoes, lined with fur; 10U pair best quality black French Morocco Slippers; Ladies' Gum Elastic Shoes, lined and bound; and arc daily .expecte«!, 100 pair of Gentlemen's, Ladies', and Misses' Gum, lined and bound with fur. We have also an assortment of Ladies' Furs, just received, and very cheap, consisting of Sable Capes, Boars, Black Squirrel Links.  Daily expected, a handsome* assortment of Gentlemen's Fur and Silk Hats, from the most fashionable factories in New York and Philadelphia. Likewise, Ladies' Beaver Bonnets; with many other fancy articles, such as Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gloves, Silk Stockings, Stocks, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Combs, Cologne. Also, Otto of Roses, Head and Clothes Brushes, Pocket Books and Needle Cases, and many other articles too edious to mention.  Also, Boys' and Children's Hair, Seal, Cloth, and Leather Caps, of the most modern style.— We have also water pi oof La-t 11)4, for making Ladies' Shoes, which they warrant impenetrable by water, and which they will make to order, at the shortest notice. They also warrant to make water proof Boots and Shoes, by the same pro-cess, of Gum Elastic. Should any Gentleman or Lady doubt it, we invite atrial; and if we do not succeed, no pay will be required;  GRIFFIN & TILLEY.  Dec 12—2aw4w  NOTICE.  PTplHE subscriber respectfully informs the pub-JL lie, that a few more Boarders can be accommodated in his family. Ill his,school are taught the Latin and Greek Languages, English Grammar. Composition, and all tile branches of a good and useful education.  TEUMS.  Board, washing, mid tuition, per annum, $100 Mending, do. do. 4  Use of bed and bedding, if not furnished  by the students, - - .6 Or, $30 per quarter, including all the above charges. Should a pupil be withdrawn before the expiration of any quarter, no deduction will be made, nor will any be made for the vacation, which commences and ends with the month of August. The subscriber's residence is Jligibly situated jn a healthy part of the country, remote from any in-duccment to vice, or immorality} about 5 miles from Port Tobacco, and the same • distance from Mr. Pyc's Steam Boat Landing on the Potomac.  JAMES ROCHE. Note.—A gentleman qualified to teach the French Language and higher branches of the Mathematics, will be employed as soon as the number of scholars will justify it.  Charles County, Md. Dec. 10, 1833.—3t*  HARTFORD CONVENTION.  IN the press and will be issued in couise of the !  F l,,c y Florentine; pr:^^sent month, llixtory of the Hartford Convention, by Theodore Dwight, Esq. of the Daily Advestise'r, Secretary of the Convention, with views of the policy, parties, events, &c. &c. ot that period, in 1 vol.  •."Persons wishing to secure copies of what it is believed will become a very scarce work, are invited to leave their nantes with the subscriber, publisher for the District of Columiia.  Dec 9 F. TAYLOR.  S. DITTY, MERCHANT TAILOR,  One door west of Brown's Hotel, AS just opened the following superior goods, viz:— Russell's Brown Cloth; Mulberry do Black Cassimere Black Diagonal Cassimere; Mixt do do Brown do do  Drab do do Uncut Figured Velvet, (beautiful) Figured Silk do Black Mohair Beaver, (for over coats) Fancy English Silk Pocket Hankerchiefs. Aho, Blue and Black Cloths of superlative quality, direct from England.  Invisible Green, Brown, Citron Olive, and Green Cloths—  Black Silk Velvet; Quilted Silk Vestings; Matalasse, do Woollen Velvet; Black Florentine; Dainask Velvet; Cut Figured, do Lamb's Wool Shirts; Do do Drawers, A general assortment of fancy articles— Shirt Bosoms;  Tennant's Stocks, &c. &c. Nov. 21.  I Ribbed Cassimere  Diamond Wove, do Mixed, do Red Figured Velvet; Dark, do do Spitalfield, do  w  CONGRESS DIRECTORY.  ILL bp published this morning and for sale by F. TAYLOR— The Congressional Almanac and Director) ,containing in addition to other valuable information, full and correct lists of the Boarding Houses, Committees, Post Offices. &c. &c. of members of both Houses of Congress. Dec 9  T  ENGLISH & AMERICAN SOUVE NIRS.  HE Oriental Annual, or Scenes in India,  _ comprising twenty five engravings, from  drawings by Daniell, price $8.  Landscape Annual for 1834, containing 25 engravings by Harding—edited by Thomas Iloscoe, price ¿6.  Friendship's Offering and Winter's Wreath for 18.)4, containing 12 engravings price §4.  The Token and Atlantic Souvenir for 1834, published at Boston, edited by S. G. Goodrich; illustrated with 14 fine engravings, price $3 SO.  Ackerman's Forget-me-not, price #3.  The Offering, published at Philadelphia, $2 50  The Religious Souvenir, edited by Mr. Bedell, <2 50.  Ackerman's Juvenile Forget-me-not, ?2 25.  Geographical Annual, containing 100 beautiful Maps and T tbles. bound in embossed morocco, price $3 50.  Rogers' Italy, handsomely bound, price $10 50.  For sale by P. THOMPSON.  T  PETER  THOMPSON hss ju»  "'M PLE—Vol. 2. 0». received, the  2d  Adventures  . volume of Peter Simple, or " wton  a Midshipman; by the Author of |i ster," &c. Price 62J cents, i Dec.  CHALLENGE BLACKING.  HIS unequalled and inimitable Blacking, is consigned to me as the sole A gent Tor the District of Columbia, by the Manufacturers, (Messrs. Taylor & Mason) who" have not adopted any romantic device whereby to obtain a momentary attention; they rely upon the superlative quality of their Blacking to insure for it a lasting preference. Taverns, boarding houses and dealers in the article, supplied at the manufacturers' prices—by their Agt nt  Dec 10 W.FISCHER.  CONSTABLE'S SALE.  BY virtue of two writs of fi. fa. issued by It.  8. Brisco and Win. Waters, Esquires, and to me directed, 1 will expose to public sale on FRIDAY the 27th December next, for cash, all ,hat piece and parcel of ground lying and being n the city of Washington, as conveyed by James A. Kennedy to Isaiah Lawrence, in Lots No. 11, 12, and 13, in square No. two hundred and eighty three, according to Davidson's subdivision thereof, as contained in said conveyance, together u ith all the improvements thereon, seized and taken as the property of said Isaiah Lawrence, and will be sold to satisfy debts due Charles Shorter.  Sile to take place on the prtmises at ten o'clock A. M. WM. SEBRIN, Constable.  ~Nov?- 7 -~ lttw3t "  1® ATCIU'.S of prime, well-broken Carriage lYJL Horses, can be procured, on application to the Piedmont Stage and Lotter} Office, between Brown's and Gadsby's Hotels. Dcc. 6.—dim.  MADE  AVERY'S LETTERS.  AFAC SIMILE of the Letters produced at the Trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, on an indictment for the murder of Sarah Maria Cornell, taken with great care, by the permission of the Honorable Supreme Court of Ithode Island, from the original Letters in the officc of the Clerk of the said Court. By David Melville, of Newport. A few copies received, for sale at 50 cents each, by P1SIIEY THOMPSON.  *„• Those persons who entered their names as subscribers to this publication, may receive their copies on application to P. T.  Dcc. 7—tf  PREMIUM SEALING WAX.  JUST received from the manufacturer (D. Fell, New York) a large quantity of his premium Sealing Wax, an I Indelible Ink, for sale on the best terms at t'.e Stationery store (late Messrs. Thompson and Homans,)by  Dec. 7. W. FISCHER.  THE C A LE1 DOR AM A,  N VENTED by Professor Stamphe of Vienna. _ -phis ingenious invention, which excites not only the attention of the curious, but also of philosophers, is the most amusing thing (and at the same time insti uctive, as an occular illusion) that has appeared for many years. The philosophy of it will not be explained here, so that those who view it may discover it themselves. A few of these astonishing articles just received and for sale bv W. FISCHER.  "Dec 7.  MINATURE THEOLOGY. ~  JUST received, and for sale by F. TAYLOR, immediately East of Gadsby's, the following works, beautifully printed with diamond type in miniature volumes.  Gems of Sacred Poetry, 31 cts.  Daily Food for Christians, 25 cts.  Gems of Piety, by the Rev. John Mason, 25 cts.  Daily Crumbs from the Master's Table, 25 ct .  Fenelon's Daily Piety, 25 cts-  Howe's Devout Exercises of the Heart, 2 cts.  Comforts of Piety, by Jeremy Taylor, 25 cts.  Divine Breathings. One Hundred Meditations. Dew Drops. Book of Proveibs. Daily Scripture Expositor. Christian's Miniature Library. &c. 8cc.  GOOD AND CHEAP READY CLOTHING.  HE subscribí r has now on hand a handsome  ■ and general assortment of ready made clothing (newly made) among which maybe found the following, viz.  Fine blue, black, and Fancy Cloth Dress Coats;  Do do do Frock do.  Do Cloth Cloaks, a handsome article;  Do do Over coats, various colors,  Do Olive and D.iab Petersham do.  Do Goat's Hair Wrappers, very cheap;  Do Cloaks;  Best imitation do do  Black and F'ancy Silk Velvet Vests;  Black Cloth and Cassimere do.  Matalisse do—a new article;  Blue, black, and FanCy Cloth and Cassimere Pantaloons, with many other articles not mentioned above.  A few suits of Children's Clothes, Philadelphia made.  Mso,  Best Lambswool Shirts and Drawers;  Do Flannel do do  Do Lambswool half Hose;  Do white, black, and fancy Silk do  Fine Linen Shirts, Collars, and Bosoms;  Best Silk pocket Handkerchiefs;  Gum Elastic, Sewing Silk, and other Suspen ders;  Hoskin and other Gloves;  A large assortment of Tennant's and other Stocks, &c. &c. &c.  He has likewise a good stock of fine Cloths and Cassimeres, of the most fashionable colors, which he will make to order at the shortest notice, and in a style not to be excelled by any. He respect fully invites the public generally to call and ex amine for themselves.  G. W. ISRAEL, Agent, Gadsbv's Hotel, Sixth Street.  Dec 3—3taw3w  do  WHIPS AND CANES.  A large and very select assortment of Carriage, Gig, and Switch Whips, and Sword and other Canes, just received, and for sale at low prices by Wh. FISCHER.  Dec. 3—tf  PORTABLE MAHOGANY WRITING DESKS.  A SUPPLY of the above just received, and for sale at manufacturing prices, by F. TAYLOR, at the Waverly Circulating Library, immediately east of Gadsb/s Holel. Dec. 3—ti  IRON FOR WATER TANKS.  Navi Aobht's Ortica,  Washington, J). C. > December 6th, 1833. J> UplROPOSALS. sealed, and endorsed, will be B received at this office, until the 5th of January next, for furnishing all the Plate and Rivet Iron necessary to make two sets of Water Tanks for Sloops of War, to be delivered at the Navy Yard, Washington, D . C., on or before the J5th of March, 1834.  The Plates must be equal in quality to the best Boiler Iron, must be rolled from slabs or blooms of the best quality, and not from scrap-iron; they must be perfectly solid, without honey-combs or flaws, and must be rolled to an exact and smooth surface, and of uniform thickness, and not less than lour-sixteeiiths, nor more than five-sixteenths of an inch in thickness. Drawings, giving the dimensions of the Plates, will be furnished at the Navy Yawl in this city.  Each Plate to be cut to exact dimensions, and must be kept, or made straight after shearing, and be marked with its length and breadth in inches, and the number of the Tank for which it is intended.  The Rivet lion must be of the best American Iron.  On deliveay, each Plate will be minutely inspected as to the quality and dimensions; and every Plate that shall break or crack, in turning, or in working, must be replaced by, and at the expense of, the Contractor.  Security will be required for the faithful performance of the contract, and ten per cent, reserved from each payment until the whole quantity is delivered.  To be published daily in the Globe, National Intelligencer, Baltimore Republican, Philadelphia American Sentinel, New York Evening Post, New York Standard, and Albany Argus. Dec. 7.  Qcahtf.u Master's Office, Mabihb Corps, Washington City, 7 th December, 1833.  PROPOSALS will be received at this office until the 15th day of January next, for fur nishingfur the use of the U. S. Marine Corps, 'ISvo thousand yards of Green Cloth.  The cloth to be dyed in the wool, in the best indigo or vat blue and wild, and to be full six quarters wide.  Samples of the color and quality of the cloth may be seen by calling on the Commanding Officer of Marines at Portsmouth, N. H. Brooklyn, Long Island, New York, Charlestown, Mass. Philadelphia, Penn. Gospurt, Va. or at this office. The Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Cloth."  E. J. WEED, 4. *. c.  The American Sentinel, Philadelphia; New York Gazette; Boston Commercial Gazelte; Norfolk Heral I; and New Hampshire Gazette, will respectively give the above three insertions per week, and send to this office a paper containing the advertisement. Dec. 9—eotd  WROUGHT IRON WATER TANKS.  THE Tanks advertised for by the Commissioners of the toavy, under date the 28th Ult. are to be made of American plate iron, of tho thickness prescribed in that advertisement.  Editors who were authorized to publish the original advertisement, are requeued to insert this in immediate connection with it.  Navy Commissioners' Office, Dec. 6, 1833.  WROUGHT IRON WATER TANKS.  Navt Commissioners' Officii, ) 28th November» 1833. \ fM^ HE Commissioners of the Navy will receive  ■ sealed proposals, at their office until 3 o'clock Pj. M. of the 30th of December next, for furnishing two setts of wrought iron WATER TANKS for a first class Frigate, and two setts for a Sloop of War, to be delivered on or before the 31st of December, 1834, at such of the Navy Yards, near Portsmouth—at Charlestown Massachusetts—Brooklyn, New York—Philadelphia— or Gosport, Va. as the Commissioners of the Navy may direct.  Models and Drawings giving the dimensions of their different sizes, ami their forma, will be furnished to such persons as may contract, for their government.  The Iron must be rolled from slabs or blooms of the best quality, and not from scrap iron, perfectly solid, free from honey combs or flaws, of an equal thickness, and smooth surface, and not lew than four nor more five sixteenths of an inch in thickness.  The Tanks must be subject to such inspection as the Navy Commissioners may direct as to the quality of the materials and workmanship, form and dimensions, and must be in all respects perfectly to their satisfaction before any payment can be made.  Satisfactory bonds in an amount equal to one third the estimated amount of the contract w 11 be required, and ten per centum en tl e •....ouat of all deliveries will be retained ;.rt ! t!, < •> tn, . is completed, as additional sow■'!y ful performance.  The proposals must slate ;Iie prie. . ;. , pound, for the Tanks delivered and ii.sj.ocre.i as aforesaid, and to the" complete satisfaction of the Commissioners, and must include every charge to be made against the United States therefor. „  To be published twice a week in the Globe-National Intelligencer—U. S. Telegraph—N. H. Gazette—Hartford Times—Providence Patriot— New Vork Standard—American Sentinel—Pcnn-sylvanian—Baltimore Republican—Norfolk Herald.  DIPLOMATIC AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.  THE undersigned has in the press, and will publish in January, 1834» in two volumes, large octavo, THE DIPLOMATIC code of THE UNITED STATES OF america, cm-bracing a.collection of Treaties and Convention» between the United States and Foreign Powers, from 1778 to 1833—with an abstract of Judicial Decisions, on points connected with our Foreign Relation«.  Also, X CONCISE DIPLOMAT! r; MANU A L, Containing a summary of the Law of Nations, on the Rights, Functions, 81c. of Diplomatic Agents, from the works of JïYcqurfnrt, (¿rotin*. Fat tri, Bynkcreholk, Murlens, front, Kmt, .Start/, &c. tic. Uc. Pieces of Diplomatic Writing, and other matters, useful for Public Ministers and Consuls, and, for all others having official or commercial intercourse with Foreign Nations— witli note* and indexes.  This work includes—First—A complete collec tion of the treaties concluded between the United States and the Poweis of Europe, embracing an entire body of conventional law, from 1778 to 1833.  Second--'The treaties, conventions, and agreements, concluded between the United States an.l the Barbary Powers: and with the Sublime Porte.  'rhird—The treaties concluded between the United States and the new nations of South America and Mexico.  Fourth—The laws of the United Stages, relative to public ministers and consuls, to navigation, colonial trade, crimes and offences committed on the high seas, the slave trade, discriminating duties, tonnage, for carrying into effect conventions of indemnity, &c.  Fifth—Extracts from the most important treaties and conventions concluded between foreign powers, from the treaty of Utrecht, in 1713, to the late treaty of Adrianople, and that relative to the sovereignty of Greece.  Also, the Conventions of the South American Slates, and of Mexico.  Sixth—References to the principal eases decided in the courts of the United States, and in some of the State tribunals, in regard to points or principles, connected with our Foreign Relations.— Nearly 700 cases are cited, with a double index, immediately following—one, referring to the subjects, methodically arranged, and the other, to the cases, alphabetically.  It is believed that this abstract contains all the important decisions in any ni in>i< r :.H' -tiu^ our foreign relations, and t'. ";i -' <, , . b i', - nt renin's aie! a!'. ,; , • 1.1. : ,, . , : ,,  r !■■■ .-f >) I ■" . .  For rent.  A SMALL two sto>y brick Dwelling House, situated on 12th street, between F and G streets: suitable for a small family. Immediate possession can be had.  Apply at CHRISTOPHER CAMMACK'S Clothing Store, Fit. between 13th & 14th sts.  C. CAMMACK keeps constantly on hand, a good supply of ready-made Clothing, which he will dispose of very cheap. Gentlemen's old clothing bought or exclianged.  D?c. 11—eod3w.  AMERICA FLAX CANVASS.  Navx Commissiomehs' Office, 7 27th November, 1833. }  PROPOSALS aealed and endorsed will be received at the office until the 23d of December for supplyiug 2,000 bolts of American Flax Canvass to run forty yards, each bolt, and of the numbers, proportions and weights following, viz:  1,200 bolts of No. 1, to weigh 47$ lbs. avoirdupois, each bolt.  500 bolts of No. 5. to weigh 30 lbs. avoirdu-pios, each bolt.  300 bolts of No. 6, to weigh 25 lbs. avoirdupois, each bolt.  The said Canvass must be manufactured from the best quality water rotted flax free from tow,-the warp and filling of No. t, must be double threaded and moderately twisted.—No. 5 and 6 to be single threaded—a blue thread at' the distance of one inch and three quarters from each selvege. of No. 1—of one inch and a half from each selvege, of No. 5—and of one inch and three eighths from each selvege, of No. 6, must be woven throughout each bolt.  Bidders are requested to send five yards of each of the numbers to this office, aa samples. The Canvass must be delivered on or before the 31st of December, 1834, at either of the Navy Yards, Charlestown, near Boston; Brooklyn, near New York, or Gosport, near Norfolk, as the Commissioners of the Navy may designate, and be compared with the samples, we'ghed and measured; and tested in such manner as they may direct, under the instructions of the Commanding Officer of the Navy Yard where the deliveries may be made.  Bond in the amount of one-third of the contract will be required, and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount of each delivery as collateral security, not to be paid until the contract shall be complied with in all its stipulations and conditions, unless specially authorized by the Commissioners of the Navy. Nov. 28.  To be published twice a week in the Globe, National Intelligencer, U. S. Telegraph, Commercial Gazette, N. Y. Evening Post, New York Standard, American Sentinel, and Baltimore Republican.  AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF GARDENING AND 1JOT ANY.  IT is proposed to issue a periodical with the above title, devoted wholly to the Science and Practice of Gardening in all its branches, and to Botany and such of the natural sciences as are subservient to Horticulture.  The work will appear early in January 1834, and will be published monthly, eaich number containing 48 pages 8vo. Subscription (payable in advance) $5 per annum,  The work will contain, 1. Essays and Treatises, original and selected, on the science and practice of Horticulture in general, the management of Pleasure Gardens, Green-houses, &c. ¿c.  2. Reviews and notices of works on Gardening; extracts from foreign Horticultural works, witn notices of the progress of Horticulture both at home and abroad.  3- Modes of cultivation of various plants by name; lists of rare and newly introduced exotics, or of estimable indigenous plants, and monthly lists of plants when in their perfection, or of such as flower within the month.  4. Occasional essays on Botany and Vegetable Physiology, or other scientific subjects connected with the principal subject of the publication.  5. Miscellaneous articles and selections, embracing a variety of subjects, more or less connected with Horticulture.  Subscriptions received Jjy PISHEY THOMPSON, Agent for the DistrffcT of Columbia.  Dec 13  PIANO FORTES FOR SALE.  THE subscriber having received a consignment of some Pianos for sale on comimssion at the Washington Library, now offers them to the public on reasonable terms. Among them is one German three string'd instrument, which for tone and brilliancy of sound is seldom surpassed; also, an upright one, of elegant workman si. ip and pleasant tone, the beauty of which will ue an ornament in any drawing room.  The subscriber having made arrangements therefor, will have a supply of the first quality of such instruments for sale; likewise an assortment of new and the most fashionable music.  One good secohd hand Piano for rent by the quarter, rent payable in advance.  S. W. GRAY. Washington City, Dec. 10, 1833—3taw2w  c  GUITAR MUSIC.  DARK-eyed One, arranged for the Guitar.  "How gaily rows the Gondolier," do dodo Good Bye, do do do  "0, Doubt not" do do do  "The Guitar," do do do  "The Brides, Farewell," do do do "The Young Cavalier," sung by Miss Hughes" "The Merry Rolling Drum," arranged for the Guitar, do  "The Missletoe Bough," do do  "The Conscript's Lament," do do  "Proudly Wide ray standard Flying," from Fra Diavolo, do  "O twine me a Bower," arranged for Guitar. "The Harper's Serenade," do do La Bergere Délaissée do do  For sale by WM. FISCHER.  TERHY'S BRITISH COPYING INK.  A N additional supplv of Terry'« Improved jf^- British Copying Ink» is this day opened and ibrasle by F. TAYLOR—is believed to be supe-ior to any ever before offered for sale in the District of Columbia. Dec 11  CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, &c.  OMMENTAR1ES on the Constitution of the United States, by Joseph Story; 3 vols. 8vo. calf: $10.  Itawle's View of the Constitution of the United States of America; 2d edition: $3 50.  Sergeant's Constitutional Law; 2d edition: £4.  The Rights of an American Citizen, with a Commentary* on Sti te Rights and on the Constitution and Policy of the United States; by B. L. Oliver: $2 SO.  The Book of the Const itution, containing the Constitution of the Unitrd States, the Fescluuons of 1787, Virginia Resolutions, and Mr. Madison's Report of 1799, Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799, Hartford Convention Report, &c., South Carolina Ordinance of 1832, Speeches on Secession, Nullification, &c. &c.: 75 cents.  Principles of Government, a treatise on free institutions, including the Constitution of the United States; b) R. Chipman, L.L.D. 8vo: $1 75.  Jefferson's Manual of Parliamentary Practice: $1 25.  I^ws of the United States, in volumes or pamphlets, Indian Law, Indian Treaties, (very scarce,) Land Laws, Florida Land Claim Laws, &c. &c. with a large assortment of Law Books, at very reduced prices, on sale by  PISHEY THOMPSON, Agent.  Dec 13.  CHAPMAN'S SERMONS, &c.  JUST received and for sale by F. TAYLOR, Sermons by 6. T. Chapman, D. D. of Christ church, Lexington, 1 vol., price $1.  Abbott's Young Christian, a familiar illustration of the principles of christian duty, 1 vol.  The Comforter, or extracts selected for the consolation of Mourners, by a village Pastor. Tyng's Bible Companion. Life of Archbishop Cranmer, in 2 vol*. Hall's Lectures on the religious education of Children.   v  Bickeratetth*» Harmony of t he Gospels. * Home's Manual for the afflicted, &c. &c. &c.  Thkasurt Dkpautmkxt, ?  October 26th, 1833. 5  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the proprietors of the residue of the Certificates of the exchanged Four and an half per cent. Stock, created in pursuance of an Act of Congress, passed on the 26th day of May, 1824, that the Certificates of said Stock will be paid on the 1st of May next, to the proprietors theteof, or their legal representatives or Attorneys, duly constituted, on the presentation and surrender of the »aid Certificates at the Treasury or at the Loan Office where the same may stand credited.  Notice is further given, that no transfer of the Certificates of said Stock, from the books of the Treasury, or any Loan Office, will be allowed after the 1st day of April next. And also that the interest on all the Certificates of the said Stock, will ceiise and determine on the 30th day of April next. R. B. TANEY,  Secretary of the Treasury.  Oct 28—leowtlMay  The following papers will publish this advertisement once every other week until 1st May next, and forward their accounts to the Department for settlement. The Baltimore Republican and Baltimore Gazette, at Baltimore? the Sentinel and Pennsylvanian at Philadelphia; the New York Evening Post and Standard, nt N. York; The New Hampshire Gazette, at Portsmouth If ; the Globe and Morning P < ....  Richmond Enquirer at Ric'' ; u .:  Norfolk, Va.; the Patriot, ; .uk ton, : >'. .. Emporium at Trenton, N. J.  tel, War:, M.'r'c--.  rities.  Tho right of <.-:i: , > .,  nister-—rlr i' in t :  der.tids—ceremonj ' 1 -  dence—priced-: nee j  public rnmiSvers—>• - ru  Wicquefort, Vattel, Mar ci, , . „ .. 1; , ..;: <., ice.  Personal instructions to the dipfoimlic ag- .> s of the United States, in foreign countries. [F.oi.i an official paper, recently issued from the Department of State, at Washington.]  Public ministers* privileges, independence, &c. [From fVicyuefort, Vatiel, Ward, Martens, Kent's Commentaries, Judge Story's Commentaries, c/r.] Diplomatic privileges, claimed in the case of d'-Azambuja vs. Barrozq—assault on a public minister, in the case of the United States vs. Ortega. [ From Law Reports. 1  General instructions to the consuls and commercial agents. Intended to supersede those which have been issued, embodying directions to those officers, with a view to produce uniformity in all the consular proceedings, with blank forms. [From the official paper, issued from the Department »/ State, at Washington.]  Consular duties and powers. [From Kent's Commentaries, and,Story's Commentaries.] Case of Kosloff, consul general of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia. [From Jiawle and Sergeant.) Case of C. A. Davis, consul general of the King of Saxony: Supreme Court of tha U. S. 1833. [From Peters ] Extensive notes on consular functions. [From Warden.]  Eighth—Diplomatic Writing.—Extracts from the correspondence of the diplomatic agents of the United States, commencing with Silas Dean's letter of instructions, on his departure for France, in 1776, to the close of last session of Congress. This part of the work is intended as a diplomatic manual, somewhat on the plan of that of Martens.  The letters are selected from the correspond ence, edited by Sparks, Wait's State Papers, and from the foreign papers, now in a course of publication, under the sanction of Congress.  Leading topics only are chosen: for instance, our early negotiations at the Court of Versailles, which gave biith to the two important Treaties ot 1778, followed by interesting Negotiations at other European Courts, in an acknowledgment of Independence—the first Treaties concluded wit'i the Netherlands—with Sweden, and with Prus-si«i—the Peace of 1783—Ceremony on the reception of Foreign Ministers, by the Revolutionary Congress—Audiences of Leave, &c.—Proclamation of Neutrality, in 1793—Abortive Negotiations with the French Directory—Purchase of Louisi-ana—some of the questions that grew out of the Depredations on Neutrals—the Right of Search— Blockades—Neutral Rights—t ¡ontraband—Orders in Council—French Decrees—War of 1812— Fisheries—Colonial Trade— Slave Trade—The Florida»—Boundaries—Impressment—Claims on Sweden, Denmark, France, Naples—South A-merican affairs—Miscellaneous minor questions— Sandwich Islands—Colony of Liberia in Africa—  The b<xifcaf matter which is herewith presented, fonailwief outline nf our diplomatic annals, and it the result of an examination of not less than one hundred volumes, on subjects within the scope and plan of this work.—It will be found valuable and important, as an epitome of the principles that have governed the United States, in their negotiations with Foreign Powers, in peace and in war, cm some of the great questions of diplomatic and international law, which have employed the pen of the American Plenipotentiary and statesman.  JONATHAN ELLIOT. City of Washington, Dec. 10,1833.  P.  MAJOR JACK DOWNING.  THOMPSON, has just received a few copies of the Life and Writings of M»jor Jack Downing, of Dowr.iiurvi'lc, y !owi East, in the State of Main •. «vritt 'n ' ! — 11 one  of  Tkzisvur Department, > October 26, 1833. 5  WHEREAS, notice has been given this day, by this Department, to the proprietors of the residue of the certificates of the exchanged Four and a half per cent. Stock created in pursuance os an Act of Congress* passed on the 26th day of May, 1824, that the certificates of said Stock will be rdeemed on the first day of May next? and whereas, some of the proprietors of said Stock may desire the r'' mbursement of their certificates previously to the .foresaid first day of May next, Notice is now given 10 the proprietors of said Stock, that on transferring the certificates thereof to the United States, they will be paid the amount thereof, together with the interest which shall have accrued thereon, to the day of payment.  The certificates are to be transferred in the usual manner at the Loan Office, where the same may stand credited, and on the transfer being certified to the Secretary of the Treasury, the amount will be forthwith transmitted in a draft payable to the order of the seller. The Interest will be calculated to the day on which, in »he regular course of mail, the money might be received on the draft at the place where the transfer was made. H- ®-/ r £, NEY » Secretary 0/ th* Treasury.  Oct. 28.-—leowtlMay.  The following papers will publish this adver-fisement once everv other week untU 1st May next, md forward their account» to the Department for settlement. The Baltimore Republican «nd Baltimore Gazette, at Baltimore 1 the 8entinel and Pennsyhranianat Philadelphiarthe New York Evening-Post «ad Standard, at N. York» the New Hampshire Gazette, at Portsmouth, N. H.i the Globe and Morning Pott, at Boston; the Rich» mond Enquirer at Richmond; the Herald at Norfolk, Va.» the Patriot, Charleston, S. C., and Emporium at Trenton, N. J • Nor 19.  ROGERS' ! i o  P1SHIW TKm ; - . copies of Ibis • handsome morocco; Pi-icc. $1 75.  Also, the original !.<"• • r t.,  most splendid books eve: > SO. •  •  m *All the new Souvenirs, both A ierii < . d English, and a very large assortment of Hook*, Suable for Christmas and New Year's Gifts, at very reduced prices, on sale by-Dec 13. < P- THOMPSON.  .s,: I  Grand Consolidated Lottery, No. 50. To be drawn 16th December. $10,000 Capital. Tickets $4, Halves $2, Quarters $1.  #20,000 Capital, 100 of $1,000—and Tickets only $ 6.  To be drawn on Tuesday 24th Dec. The Grand Consolidated Lottery, No. 51.  1 1 1 1 1 100 30  Prixe of do do do do do do  #30,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,237 1,000 300     30 Prizes of    #150      128    do    70      128    do    50      128    do    30      3136    do    12      22176    do    6     Tickets only #6, Halves #3, Quarters #1 50.  Tickets and Shares in the above Lotteries for sale at the Manager«' Office, next to^Gadsby's Hotel.  Orders from the country promptly attended to, and the drawings sent to all who order tickets from this Office. Address •  YATES & M'INTYRE,  D»c. 11' Washington City.   

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