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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - June 20, 1831, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 For ^ale or Ei^cltaiiffc.  APAPEK-MILL, sawmill, C.UIST-MILL, FIFTV acres of land, with R DWKL-1 lnG house, on Main ElkUom, wiüún three and ahJf miles of Frankfort, Ky. will be mV\ very low,  orcxchanffcdonmost favonible tcms for property Washington, Georg«t<iwn, or their vicinity. The Fftper-tnill and 8a.w-miU are nearly new; the site is one of the most favorable in the State, hein}r the first occupied by Mills below the jiinefon of jiorlh and South Elkhoni, which, ijunitdy, arc alebrated mill-streams, and near the market of I rankfort, the capital of the State.  The proprietor will jiiv most favorable terms m ^le or cxchang-e, being so situaled that he eftn g-ivc i,u pci-sonal attention to tlie mansisemcnt of the property. Inquire at the (ilobe Offiee. Mav 18________________________  ^'Ww Jbine of JfMail VoachcH,  iwiyçi *  •♦TfHÍfe Vb»t» It eoTRHi»«i> to« «toen."  €1YY OF  DAiiiir.  [VOf^. I.....XO. 7.  —, —. —.. —----------------  moi^iiAir, jUi^D ao, i83i.  JVkivg Swor^H»  1 CASE of the new pattern Swoixk, with falling ffuaj-ds, just imported by Hugh Gelstan, and made l)y the eutTaving lately a<lopted for the use of the oflfiecrs of tlie United States' Navy. Tliey are con-H'gned and will be on sale for ten days at the store of IIOBT. KEYVVORTH. June 1—nt »  l OIl LEESIUJHG, VA.  TIA CIIEHAFKAKB AK» OiU» CiTTAL.  The public are respectfully infi)i-med, that Miiil Coach will Kavc WaHhington C-ty every day, Hiniday excepted, at rt A.M. fortlu-Cnnul, where paW-npers will take the .splendid Packet Koat, tlHARLSs FBMTfm Mkbckr, by which tlicy will he convoyed to the head of the Ca<ial, where a Cosch wiil be in readiness to take them to the head of Seneca, Edward's Fei ry and l.eeshurfj, arrivnig at the latter place bv H o'clock, P. M.  For seatfi, aj>p;v .i the offices next door to Urown's and Barniurtl's '^f l Is, Washinfiton City, and at the Bar of Koache's Cn.on Hotel, tic urgctown. Fare bv tliis Line oidy $2.  TilOS. CO()KEMl)OHFF.I{, JIq-hI f-rr June 1 STO-.KTON- STOKES.  The elegantly fitted CANAL BOAT Charks Frnton Mtrccr, Capt FK:»i.t>.f, will commence her regiilar trips on Tue-^day, May 3d, leaving the Ciuial (Georgetown) daily, at 7 A. M. for SENECA, ami retiirn the same aflernooa.  To the citizens of the District of Columbia, and the well-wishers of Internal Improvements, an opportunity is now offered, (jf witnessing one of the granilest works progressing in the worid. The romantic scenery alone will amply compensate all who can set apart one day for viewing this great work Fare through each way, 75 cents, jlav 4—swim. W. W FENI.ON.  RfinOTAT^.  } nims; Lndins^ Boarding and Day School.  Mrs. ISABELLA SMITH, daughter of tíldate Mrs. Isabella Graham, of New York, has removed her Seminary for Young Ladies to that large and commodious house on F street, near 13th, directly opposite to tlje residence of Asbury Dickens, Esq. and lately occupied by Covmt Üemitiou, where every branch of F mide Education is taught. She has the plensiire to inform her friends and the puhl'c that she has been so fortiunt'- as to obtain the co-opcrationof a gcnth nian, recof .nu-tided by the Hev. Dr. Chapin, President of Cohmib-n College, and by Mr. Iluggles, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in .said College, who will take charge of the higher i)i-Hii( hc8 of Education, viz: Philosojdjy, Chemisti'y, .\stronomy, Rhetoric, I.ogic, and Mathematics.  Mr. Lkojt, who is much approved of, will continue to teach tlie French I^gtiage, which branch of Education receive» tlie particuiiur attention of Mw. Smith, wlut superintends the Young Latlies ilúly in thi ir French studies.  Apparatus to; üie illu.stration of the principles of Geometry and Astronomy has been procured, and lectures will be given in each at stated times.  A Junior class will be kept open for the accommodation of Huch families as may wish to place their yoimg daughters under Mrs. Smith's care for instrac-tion in the first stages of Education.  A Review of tlie yotmg I.adies' sUulies is beld once a fortnight, "when tlie School will be open for parents and guai-dians.  Young Ladies engaging permanently for one or moré scholastic years, will be charged only #150 per annum for Boaní and English tuition, payable in advance. Information as to her particular terms, &c. will be given at the present seminary.  Mr«, Skit« is authorized to refer to the following gontlemen:  Uev. Dr. Chapin, President Columbia College. Mr. Hawley, Washington.  0£Ux of the J^ILrf ^^oinmifimonerM, under the Convention with Defirmtrk, > WitSHnreToir Citt, 7th April, 1831. J  ORDERED, Tliat all persons having clitims unddr the Convention between tlie United States oiT America and his Majesty tlie King of Denmark, concluded and signed at Copenha^n on the 28tli day of March, 1830, which are to be received by the Commissionei*», do file a memorial of the same with the Secretary of the Board, to the end tliat they may  I MAmtOJ^ llOTEf..  N addition to tJie repair», alterations, and adcU-tions, recently made in ami to tljis long estab-hailed puDhc House, so pleasantly situated on the  The Afitrrican Tiirf Regrlstef  and tSporling Magazine^  IS published once a month, in neat and elegant style, edited by Johw S. Skïwhbb, Pogtmasterof  — S. Young, for pUMu^ng m Mwifit-HoHy< a large *nd imjMwed Weekly i>a|)er, 10^«! c«Ikd Uie  ^'Biirlliigtoii i^moatif Ifeiraifd.''  « The subKriben, hAvhig purchased "The New-Jereey Chronicle and ttendd^ from the proprietors, and hftTihg entered into «o^partn^hfp, proptMbft, Us soon wm sufficient number of subscriben we imi-cured, to commence the publication, ou « l«rg% fctld nuich improved scale, of the "Burtingteti CoXintv Herald," in the nl|cc »f the Chronicle »nd Hendfi.  Th( new paper wll contain twenty-finw- column of matter—on an Imperial sheet—and will be at once  and PuJ)hc Offices, the Vroprietiu- has now the pleasure to announce that he Ims completed an-anre-ments for giving on the premise-s  WARM AND COL!) BATHS „ . . ... I't'ice to lodge» in the house, 25 ccnts, and to others  hercHlter be duly examined, and the validity and S7|5 each batli, and to subscribers by lb sea-sou, end-amount thereof decided upon, according to Uie mer- j ing on the Ist Nt>vembc:r, s'liglc persons $5, and fa-its of the several cases, and tlie suitable and autlien-, mdies to bathii at pleasun-. '  tic testimony concerning them which may hereafter 1.1 VERY STABILE.  be required. The said memorial must be addressed j Hor»eg taken at livery on the lowest terms; and Ji'c^'r^fi-'"  ^iirses warranted safe juul nftho finat ' i'^ v*"  advance, and to be addrcMcd to liim, by mail", at his risk.  Uhas progressed, with a constancy increâsingSubscription liât, to the eighth number of the second volume. The numbers of the first volume may ail siil! be had, by writing to Mr. SKunrsn. The Sport-ing Magazine eontains about fifty pi^es monthly, and isdevoted to Rural Sports, as Racings HurUbtf^, iShmtinf^, Viihivfj;, 8cc. It contain.« tlie official ac-e^ounts of all Lhe races in the Union, and tlie authen-eea of thorough bred horses. Each num-  to tills Board: it must set forth minutely and pwlicu- Horses warranted safe and of the first aualitv both 'ir i i " ,  larly tlie various facts and citx:um8tanc^ whence the for Uu. s.ddle and harne^ and Ca" a^es of ere^ IZ "" ^osUt engrav-  right t;> prefer HUcb claim is derived, itmu.tbe vcri- description kept co„„t.n.^ trbire. ^ ^ c t^rV T oU.er sporting subjecU engTav-ficd by the aflithvit of tlie claimant. 1 Juirii 4-tf FREDERICK BARNARD. And in ortler that claimants may be informed of  what is now considered by the Commission as essential to be averred and established, before anv such memorial can be receive«! by the Board, it is fin ther Ordtrrd, That each claimant sliall declare in his said memorial for and in behalf of whom the said claim is ])tvferred; and whether the amount thereof, and of any part thereof, if allowed, does now, and at the time "when the s^d claim arose, did belong soh-ly and abs;)hitely to the «.-ud claimant, or to any other.  €lavií» Iflairiana.  AKEY to Mair's Inlroductioa to Latín Syntax. Price 50 ceiiU.  ALSO,  A Key to Murray's Ejierclscsi. Price 25 cents.  On sale by J.\S. RÍOPD VN,  June IS. Washington Ciwjulating Libmry.  Mnva9id?H Ornete,  and if any other, what person; and in cases of claims |-B-Viukcxiois-s for invigorating and pmlonging preferred for tlie benefit of any other than the clwm-1 J|LP life; or, the Invalid'sr Oracle, containing Pep-ant. the memorial to be exhibited must further set tic precepts, pointing out agreeable and encct<ml forth, when, why, and by what means, and for what metiiods to prevent and relieve indigestion, and to consideration, such other has become entitled to tiie; regidate and strengthen the action of the stomach amount, or anjr part of tlie amount, of the swd claim, and bowel«; by Wm. Kitchiner, M. D. author of the  The memorial required to be exhibited by allclaiin-ants, must also set fortli, and certainly declare, whether tJie clainmnt, as well as any other for whose be-  Cook's Oracle and Housekeeper's Manual, &c. &.c., from the 6Ui London edition, revised and improved by T. S. Barrett, Licentiate in Mcdicinc and Surge-  I^ew Rottlc Iroiii I>.eeiii)Mric, Va. Tia €hc«a|K'ake Ohio Canal.  OITLT 12 MILKS LA If U C AnUI A» R ! !  PasssengerstoLeesburg, Va. are respectfully informed that a new line has been est-iblislied, (to go into operation on May 8th,) by which tliey can be accommoilatcd in a very superior style, twenty-three miles of the l•o^lte being on the Chesapeake and Ohio Tunal. The many attractions thi.s new route öfters V ill be perceived at once, to say notJiing of the hilly and fatiguing route now running; ami the patrons of tl\is line may depend upon ever)- attention being paid U) their comfort and convenience.  Passengers will leave Wa.sbington at half past 8, A. M. in a comfortable coach, and will be put down at the canal, where they take the splenditl boat <Ji\arle3 Fenton Mercer, Capt. Fenlon, arriving in l,cesb<irg in the afternoon.  Passengers called for at Gadsby's, Brown's, Barnaul's, »n<l Strother's.  For seats please apply at Üie Phcnix Stage Office, ((;ailiiby'8.)  Fare tJirough to Lecsburg, $2.  May 4—sw2w. C. J. WHITE, Agent.  June 13.  COAlE & Co. Seven doors east of tlie National Hotel.  CLAIMS ON DENMARK AND FRANCE.  Mr. Post, Dr. Laurie, Mr. Gurlev, Dr. Baldi,' Mr. Brook, Hon. .lotir. Br-nch,  do. do. do.  Georgetown, do.  Washington.^  nefit the claim is preferred, is now, and at the time ry, fellow of the New York Metlical and Philosophi when tlu- said claim arose, \v;is a citizen of the United cal Society, &c. &c. Just received aixl for sale by States of America, where he is now, and ut the time . - -  when tlie .said claim arose, was <lomiciliated, and, if any, what changc of domiciliation haa since taken place.  The said memorial must also set forth, whether the claimant, or any other who may at any time have been entitled to the amount claimcd, or any part thereof, hath ever received any, and if any, what sum of money, or other equivalent, or indemnification, by way of insurance or otherwise, for the loss or injur)' sustained, satisfacUon for which is herein a-sked. And if any such payment or indemnification  (ien. Alexander Maromb, do.  Gen. (iratiot, do.  Comniodi)rc Patterson, do.  Mat. St. Clair Clarke, Esq. do. Hon. G. C. Washinglon, M. C. Georgetown. John I.aird, Esq. da.  D. English, Esq. Cash. Union Bank, do. Hon. Henry Hnbbanl, M. C. New Humpsliire. Messrs. Whitwell & Bond, Boston, Mass. MeSsi-s. Brown & Ives, Providence, R. I. Hon. Wm. Reed, Marblehead, Mass. Hon. Charles E. Dudley, Albany. Robert Lenox, Esq. New York. John .kicob Astor, do.  Robert Hallidav, Esq. do. Robert E. Griffitli, Esq. Philadelphi*. Wm. W. Taylor, Esq. Baltimore.  PROPOSALS  Notice—JOSEPH WATSON, solicitor of Claims on the United States, and General Agent, jitthe City of Washington, having resumefl the immediate superintendence of his officc, has made arrange-aients extending both abroad and to each of the ^States I and Temtories of the Union, for tlie fa-iOiW^Cticri oi! all Insiness in which tb« eervfi^S of an Agent may be de-1 Arable, Ml'^'iiaVjy the collection of debts paymentjof tues and record of deeds, in Ohio, besides a branch I of his office at Columbus—^lie has the advantage of an i acquaintance with gentlemen ca]vabla and trust-wor-tliy in almost every county; and in Kentucky, he has the co-operation of the Marshal of the State, whose notice he subjoins; in Illinois, tliat of John Tilson, Jr. Es(j.; in Aj-kansas, that of William E. 'A oodrulf, Esq.; I in Michigan, that of James Abbot, Esq.; and when he commences the publication of his periodical, devoted to the diffusion of information to land holders and emigrants, and to a review of the decisions of Congress and State Legislatures, and of the public officers affecting the interests of claimants particularly those of tlie first and second w ar of Independence, he will designate the name of his Agonts in other States and at the stats of Government of tlie principal powers of Kih-ope, and South America. Insurance on lives and «gfalnst fire, may be effected thrf>T!gh this Agency, wid deposits may also be made in the New York Saving« Rank. He lias had ten years of public service in vurious responsible stations, and sixteen years experience in his present pursuit, to recommend him.  JOSEPH WATSON.  Washington City,^Oth April, 1831._  iUeiieral Aii^encv iti Kentucky.  The subscriber has undertaken to act as agent in Kentucky for those who are non-residents, in the follow'oig cases:  In tlie collection of debts; in tlie investigation of isii'l claims; in renting, superintending or selling liu l in possessions ; in the payment of taxes on lands -nil in the tiklng of depositions or procuring of evi-dtnce,  Hisorticial duties as Mai-shal of Kentucky, require iiltn tu visit nearly all parts of the State occasionally, iind w ill give him unusual oppoi tunities for prosecuting'the business which he h:is undertaken. He will tliereby be enabled frequently to secure debtsby lien or otlierwise, when they could not perhaps be coerced i>y lav. Whenever suits at law shall be necessary, Ite wil employ such counsel as the plaintiff's may di-I rcct ;and if that shall be left to discretion, he will be ^tspottsible for the employment ofgcntlemen of ability, integrity and industry.  AU communications addressed to the subscriber at l.exington or Frankfort, or to Col. J. WATSON, ^Vksliington City, and post paid, will receive, imme-1 duitc attention. JOHN McCALLA.  April 20  O  FOB PCRUBRi:«» BT STTBSCRIPTIOW, THB  ANNALS OF THE POST OFFICE DEPART-MENT,  f the United Stales of America, from the year _ 1677 to 1831; with a Tablk, shewing the gradual increase of Post Offices, Transportation, lle-ceipts and Expenditures. To wliich is added an krtRmvtx, containing tlie laws now in force relating to the Post Office F^stablishment;—a list of all the Post Roads on which the mail is Conveyeil in shewing the distances, the number of trips per week and the time occupied in travelling over tlicm; and a list of the Officers and Clerks in tlie Department, with their salaries and a sketch of tlieir duties. The whole ctmcluding with a copious Iirnsx. Compiled chietly from various Histories, Journals of Congress, Public Documents, &c. by Enuusio F. B«oww, a Clerk in said Department.  The I'ost Office Department is one in which al most ever}' citizen feels a deep interest, and con cerning which a great majority of the people possesses but little information. It is intended to em body in this book, such facts as shall give to every person who will examine it, a more complete view of its affairs than has ever been presented to the public. From the year 1677 to the ailoptlon of the present Constittition in 1789, tlie annals must necessarily be very brief; but from tliat period until the present, the substance of all the important Official Reports of the different Postmaster Generals will be inserted: and tlie Table will be so arranged as to save much time and labor to such persons as wish to have in Jigurcs, a complete exhibit of the transactions of the Department for the last tliirty or forty years.  It is believed that the Appendix will be a useful and convenient reference for merchants, travellers, and citizens generally.  CosniTioH».—The book will be printed with a fair tvpe, on good paper, and will contain between four juindred, and four hundred and fifty octavo pages. The price will be two dollars per copy bound in boards, and two dollars and twentj -five cents in sheep. A few copies will be printed on extra fine paper and liandsomely bound in calf, which will be afforded at three dollars per copy.  Agents will be allowed a discount of twelve and a half per cent; tliat is, every eighth cojiy gratis.  Persons holding subscription papers, will please return them to the undersigned, on or before tlie first of November next.  EDMUND F. BROWN.  May 28—3t _  ^MlHE subscriber will undertake thi preparation of ■ claims in conformity witli the rfgulations established by tlie Commissioners undei^tlie treaty with Denmark, and will advocate them b^ore the Boar^l-In anticipation of a treaty with Ftance, adjusting the claims of our citizens for spoliaions, he will examine the documents on file in the S*te Department, ausKea. auu u aiiy »ueu ^^ ^^ claimants as may desigi to emplov him,  has been made, to set ioith when, andfi-om whom. J . ^^  the ped grces and performancci of all the moit din-tinguished animals which have, or which may fijfuic on tlie American turf.  Dutcbess CoD!»Tr (?f. Y.) Racu.  The spring races, orer the Dutches county course, commenced ou TuesiUy, May 24tli, aiid conUaucd three ilays.  First day, match, for ^250 each; two mile heats-between gr. h. O'Kelly, by Eclipse, four ytars old; and ch. g. Chance, by John Richards, three »ears old; was won by O'Kelly, in two heats.  Time, 1st heat, 4 m. fs.; îdheat, im. 59 s.  The society's purse, for $200, two mile heats;, was run for by Mr. Sherman's b. h. Bay Romaic by Ito-man, out of the Pinckney mare, six years old; Mr. Conover's ch. m. Celeste, by Heniy, o«t of Cinde-rilla, four years old; Mr. Davidson's b. h. Charley Stuart, by Tuckahoe, out of a Sir Solomon mare, fire yeai-s old; Mr. Bedell's b. m. Jepnette, by Eclipse, out of a Cork of the Rock mare, fire years old; Mr. Badger's b. c. John Brewer, by John Richards, out of a Hickory mare, tliree years ohi; Mr. Bush's ch. h. Hotspur, by Mountaineer, out of a Baronet mare, sixyear.4 old» and Mr. Coster's b. h. Ratler, by Itat-ler, out of a Messenger mare, five years old; aiié won by Bay Roman.  the same was received.  And, tliat time may be allowed to the claimants to ircpare and file the memorials above mentioned, it Is furtlier  Ordtred, That when this Board shall close the present se.sslon, it will adjourn to meet ag.\in on tlie 11th day of July next, at which time it will procecd to decide whether tlie momorials filed wltli the Secre-tm-y are in conformity to tlie foregoing orders, and proper to be received for examiilation. By order of tlie Board of Commissioners,  ROBERT FULTON.  Secrdary.  Not».—^The undersigned is directed to state, for the information of those concenied, that measures have been adopted, under the permission oftl«e Swedish Government, for withtlrawing such documents from tlie triliunals of Norway as might be considered uscfitl and neces-sary for tlie claimants under the Convention with Denmark^ that an agent has been sent thither on tlie part of the United States; and that tJiere is good reason to believe that, in a short time, tlie Commissioners under the Convention with Denmark will be uuule acquainted with tlie result of tliat agency. ROBERT FULTON, April! J—lawtjyl.___Secrclary.  uggest quired. April 20.  may  JOSEPH VATSON,  Stdiptorof Claims.  Hugh Win. Cmwlbrd,  N. 6, Bowley'iWhai-f,  Baltimore,  JJAVE for sale, Ohio, Kertucly, Virginia, and  Maryland Leaf TOBACCO.  Ap30.  lUafi^iMtrate'M maiikfN.  CORPORATION Warrants, Appeal Bonds, and Insolvent Papers. <)n sile bv|  JAMIÎS RIORDAN.  June 1.1.  Catholic BooUh.  A COMPENDIOUS Abstract of the History of theChureh of Christ from its foundation to the 18th Century; by the Rev. William G.\nan, O. S. A Price 1 dollar.  The Catholic Christian instructed, lie.; by the Rev. Dr. Challoner—75 cents.  The Meditations of St Augustin-—50 cents. Visits to the Blessed Sacrament—^50 cents. Together with a large supply of l*rayer Book» many in ^lendid bindings. Just re.ceived by«  Bay Roman, Celeste, Î Charley Stuart, J<-anette, John Brewer, Hotspur, Ratler,  THE LADY'S MAGAZINE. p|IIE April number of the Lady's Magaziue and Literary Gazette, edited by Mrs. Sarah J. Hale,  TIIKASURT DEP.\RrMIiNT,  28iA March, X831.  PEHSONS intending to apply for the benefit of th« act entitled "An act for the relief of certain insolvent debtors of the United States," are hereby notified that tlie persona entitled to relief under said act are tliose who were insolvent on or before the 1st dav of January, 1831, and were indebted to the United States in a sum of money tlien due which they are unabl ■ to pay, and who are not indebted as the principal on an oflicial bond, or for public money received and not paid over or accounted for accom-uig to law, pr for any fine, forfeiture or penalty incurred bv the violation of any law of the United States. Applications for a release or discharge under tlie act must be made in writing, under oath or affirmation, and forwarded to the Secretary of tlie Treasury, stating, aa near as may be, the time when the applicant became insolvent, and when he matle his insolvency known to his creditors, the causwis of such insolvency, and the amount thereof; and also all tlie estate, real and personal, owned at the time of such insolvency, with a description of tlie same; and also the i„Miner in which such estate has been disposed of, that is to say, by furnishing a list of the insolvent's ciedl'u)!-!» At the time of his insolvency, witli the amount tlien due to each; tlie sums slnoe paid, and the balances still remaining due to them re.sp«ctively; also the sums since paid and balances remaining due to other persons not creditors at the time aforesiiid; and what estate or property, if any, owned at the tune of his becoming insolvent, or which he has since acquired a right to, has been conveyed or transfen-ed to anv oUier person, with intent to be applied directly or indirectly to the use or benefit of such Insolvent or his family; and also a statement of all the estate, if any, and the disposition anil condition thereof, which he has since owned or still owns. It may be observed, that the statement aforesaid should be confined exclusively to facts, and airanged in an simple and intelligible a form as possible, unaccompanied by any argument or pi olrx narrative.  As all the facts upon which the decision of the Se-cretuy of the Treasury is to be made, must be previously examined and reported upon by tlie Commissioners, no communication otlier than the application referred to in the first section of the act, can be received at the Department except through that channel. S. D. INGHAM,  A6—^w3m.__,Secretary of the Trewtury.  J AS. RIORDAN.  Cj^Expectcd shortly» The Controversial Works Or» P<^ter, late Bialiop of London. June 13  The ......  Howard ImUHuii^n Watihfnjütou.  or  A BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION for Uie relief of Females wanting employment, have for wde at their House, near the Centre Market—  I'antaloons, Vests, and Roundabouts, suitable for the season, of various qualities and iiatterns, a part, fine and fashionable.  Sliirts, of linen and cotton, assorted, from low priced to fine, on hand or made up to order.  Children's and servants clotlies ready made, or funildied to order.______June It. _  iXj" 7h Manufadxu-era and Meclumic* throughout the Linton.  THE Subscriber, Proprietor of the Eveniiii; Gazette, proposes to publish a new Adver-U.^ing; Pa|>eV eutitletl Xhe American Maiiui'aeAiirers  Uiiited Hinitn'^ l<aiitl Ncrip.  I tuid rirginUi and United States Lund Warrants tissued fur revulutiunary services.  The subscriber will purchase and sell on favorable terms, United States Land Scrip of ever}-«•^nonrnuition, as well as Military Warr.ants which issued prior to the 30t!i May, 1830, either by Sute of Virginia or the United States. He wiíl investiii,ale*a!l claims to land or commutation, \\Mioron\iic Stitesorthe United States. _April 20. J OS EPH W ATSON.  just received, and for sale, by  CO ALE & CO., Agents, 7 doors east of the Nation^ Hotel.  May 25. ___  I.ADY'S BOOK.  JUST received, tlie MaA number of the Lady's Book, by ' COALE & CO.  Agents.  The Lady's Book is published monthly, with nu-Wtmus engnivlngs forming, in one year, two vo-''iiThisof336p;iges each, and only three dollars per ^inmi, paviible in advance. 3kla^25—tf  ^ELECT WORKS ofthe Briti.sh ['oets, with Bio-grsiphical and critical Prefaces, by Dr. Aikin, echtlon, for bale by  COALE & CO.  ~ '^"ors enst of the Nutloiud Hotel. ni(M)h|<rt of this work, which is entirely new, is to ooinpr.s.-, w.t ruu siuj^le volume, a chronological >;.Ties of omCUssi.-..,U.octs,from Ben Johnson to Beat-Ue. wilhommuulutlonor abridgement, with Biogra->luc«l and critical notices of their authors. The con-iio comprehensive, that few poems, it Ks behevod, ^re omitted, except such as . e ofnecomlaiy or unsuitcd to the Vcmsal of  riied a "J.brary oUjlassicul English Poetry,'' and luj iy be recommended to Ihu heads of Schools,  ■H general, aniUoitie Libmie. ofyoungpcnwns.  CLASSIQUES Français, Procedes de Notices.  Par M. Auger, de 1'Academic Française, Just  received and for sale at  COALE & CO'S.  7 doors east of tlie National Hotel. Oeuvres de J. Racine, 5 vols, in 3. Oeuvres de Crebîllon, 4 vols, in 2. Emile, ou de l'Education; par J. J. Rousseau. Orations Funèbres, de Flechier, suivie» de celles du Surenue, par Mascaron; Du Prince de Conde, par Boiu-daloue; et de Louis XIV, par Massillon. Oeuvres Choisies de Pii-on, 2 vols, vn one. Julie, on la Nouvelle Heloise; ou Lettres de deux Amant.s, habitants d'une petite ville au pied des Alpes recuiHies etpubllces, par J. J. Rousseau. Les Confessions de J. J. Rousseau. Discours sur l'Histoire Universalle, par Rossuet Petit Carême de Massillon, Eveque de Clermont.  Les Provinciales, ou Lettres de Louis de Montale, par Biaise Pascal.  Romans de Voiture, .3 vols, in 2, Orations Funebre» de Rossuet, Eveques de Maux Maxims et ReHexions Morales de Duc de la Roche-foucault  Fables de la Fontaine. Historie de Gil Blas Santillane, par Lesage, Conjurations des Espagnols, contra la République de Teiiisc et de Greques; precedes de sept discours sur l'usage de l'histoire, par Saint Real.  Essidsurles Meur.9 et l'Esprit des Nations et sur principeaux faits de l'Histoire dcquis Charfemaneg Jusqua Louis XHL par Voltaire. Lettres Persanes, par Montesquieu.  Chefs d'Oeuvres Dramatique de Voltaire; Chefs d'Oeuvres de P. Corneille.  Oeuvres de Reynard. ■ Oeuvres de J. B. Poquelln de Mdliî'iv Mî*v 25-.  Teeasurt Dkpabtmest, i 3 Ist December, 1830. $  Notice is hereby mven to the proprietors of ihe Fwtrandonehalf per cent. Stock, issued in pursuance of an act of Congress passed on the 3d of March, 1825, in exchange for stock bearing an interest of six per cent, that the certificates of tl\e satd stock, amounting in the whole to one million Jive hundred and thirty-nine thousand three hundred and thirty-six dvllara, and sixteen cents, will be paid on tlie first day of July, 1831, to tlie proprietors thereof, or their legal representatives, or attorneys, duly constituted, on the presentation and surrender of tlie said certificates at the Treasury, or at tlie Loan Office, where tlie same may stand credited.  Notice is further given, that no transfer of Ihe certificates of the said stock from the books of the Ti-eaaury, or any Loan Office, will be allowed after the first day of June, 1831.  And also, that the interest on all the certificates of the said stock, will cease and determine on the 30th day of June aforesaid.  S. D. INGHAM, Secretary of the Treasury.  Dec 31—lamtlst July.  BOOKI§»*  fjH^HB unders-gned continues to purchase PRI  VATE LUJRARIES, and VaJu&ble Collec  tion.'».  ^..Cftsh or Exchangfe will be pven for Books in the various languages and branches of Science.  Students supplied with Class-bc^ks, new and second-hand. J- RIORDAN, June 13. Washington C'm;ulatjng Library.  ENGLISH COMMON LAW REPORTS. "■Jl EPORTS of Cases Argued and Determined in Jjt English Courts of Common Law. Edited by Tildas Sergeant and John C. Lowber, Estirs. in 18 vols. To be continued. For sale at  COALE & GO'S. MedlcalV and Misc^ancmi« Bo^ CCcnrv  Iflccliaiiic'ii» Advertiser:  AXB  Creneral Directory.  —  C^l'll^S will be publlslied ^ and distributed gratis through  out the United States.  As the whole expense of the publication will be defrayed by the Adveitisemen^ it will of coui-se be necessar}' to charge a proportionate advance on tlie prices usually chared by other papers.  T1ÙS paper will not inteifere with any otlicr paper now published, as it is not intended to embrace tlie local advertisements of retailers, but of tlie original manufacturers, or their agents, tliroughout tlie country, of such aitlcles as are of general use and utility, such as Machinery, Castings, Iron, Brass, Copper, Silver, Gold, Glass, Leather, Lead, Types, Presses, Steam Engines, Cabinet Wwe, Caniages, Paints, Color8,_ChemicalB, Woollens, Cotton.s, Hoisery, Paper, Cutlery, &,c. 8tc. Also—Fire and Life Insurance Companies, Scientific Magazines, Scientific and School Books, ¿c.—Hotels, Steam Boats, and Lands in tlie Western country.—Granite, Coals, and'other Natural Productions, bringing into one view more American Manufactures and Native Products than have ever been exhibited t^etlier, or probably have ever been thought to exist in the coun^.  Proprietors of useful patent inventions will have an opportimity of making wich articles known and introduced into general use, as are now only known in tlie vicini^ of tlie places where they are made. » The A. M. a M. AdvertUer will be distributed in the principal cities bj' oarriers, and forwarded by mail to tlie Poit Ma.stcrs, Publishers of Newspapers and others, tliroughout the interior.  Every advertiser will be entitled to as many papers as he may wish for distribution.  Tkventy thousand papers, distributed to all parts of the Union, would give a greater circulation to advertisements than any other present mode, and will tend to make tlie occupations and business of tlic whole people better known to each other.  The price of advertising will be twenty-five cents per line, and the money to be sent witli the advertisements. Cuirent Bills of New York aiul New England will be received.  The postage on all letters must be post paid. The Manufacturer'a and Mechanic"s Advertiser will be printed on an Imperial Napier Press, on good paper, of the lai'gest size, and great pains will be taken to insert me advertisement in a liandsjme style, with a suitable variety of types.  The Publisher refera to the Bostok Evajfiiio Gaïbttk for a specimen.  The first number will be issued in July neit, and be continued quarterly, or oftener, as encouragement is received.  Gentlemen disposed to patronize this design are solicited to forward their advertisements as early as possible, as the great mass of types to be put up, and the inmien8e;number of papers to be sb^ick off, will require considerable time.  Contributers are requested, when they forward their advertisements, to give tlie address of such person to whom they would like to have the paper sent.  The papers, forwarded by mail will be sccurely envelope«. * M'M. W. CLAPP,  JVà, 14 Cbngrtsf slreéti BoHof^.  1 4  4 Q  6 a 3 4  2 Ó  5 ar. i 0  Time, 1st heat, J ra. 55 s.; 2d heat, 3 m, 51 «. Match, for $1000 each, two mile heats, between Mr. Sherman's ch. h. De Witl Clinton, by Ratler, years old, and Mr. Parker's ch. g. Quiz, by Aiab; wan won by De Witt Clinton, in two heats. Time, Ist heat, 3 m. 54 s.; 2d heat, 4 m. Secoiid djy, the society's purse, for ^00, three mile lieats, was run for by Mi'. Conover's gr. h. Diomede, by Henry, dkm Maid of the Mill, four years old; Mr. Davison's ch. h, Pelham, by Ratler, dam Cinderilla, five years old; Mr. Bush's ch. h. Count Badger, by Eclipse, dam by Hickory, five years old; and Mr. Ba<lger*sb. h. Independence, by John Richards, dam by Herod, fow years oldj and won bf Diomede.  Diomede, - - - 4 14  Pelham, - - - . - I Q Q Count Badger, - - . 2 8 6 Independence, - - - 3 0 Time, 1st heat, 6 m. 10 s.; eS h«»^ 6 m. 1 «.; Sd heat, 6 m. 14 s.  Ti-ack wet snd heavy.  Third day, the society purs«, for $500, four mile heats, was run for by Mr. J. C. Stevens's bl. m. Black Maria, by Eclipse, d«m Lady Lightfoot, five year» old; Mr. Van Mater's ch.h. Mark Richards, by John Kicftaf da, out (rfa Herenge mare, four years old; and Mr. J. S, Snediker's gr, h. Splendid, by Daroc> dam Empreiw, ag^; and won by Mnna^  Black Maria, - -Mark Richards, - 2 2 Splendid, - - 5 lame and drawn. Tinte, Ut heat, 8 m. If s. ; M heat, 8 m. 30 s. Society's purse, for $50, with entrance money, $5 each, added, one mile heats, was run for by Mr. Be-tlell's b. m, Jeanette; Mr, Davison's b. h. Charley Stuart; Mr. Sherman's ch. f. Lady Rock, three years old; and Mi-, Busli's ch. h. Hotspur; and won by Jeanette.  Jeanette, - - - . 4 f  Charley Stuart,- - - - 4 Q  I.ady Rock, - - - - ¿2 G Hotspur, -.-..84. Time, 1st heat, 1 m. 5t ».; 2d heat, 1 la. 5$s,  NoaroLK (Va.) Races, Commenced May 24tli, with tliree sweepstakes, for colts and fillies; all mile heats,  /Vra/ day. First race, a produce stake; $200 entrance, half forfeit; eiglit subscnbvrs, but two started:  Dr. John Mingc's br. c. Gen. Brooke, by Sir Arj  chy,.......It  Mr. James S. Garrison's b, c, Edwia For-  re.st, by Sir Arehy,.....2 2  Time, 1st heat, Im. 568.; 2d heat, I m. 55 s. Second race, a sweepstake»; five subscribei-s; $200 entrance, lialf forfeit; three started:  Mr. Wm. R. Johnson's b. c. by Eclipse, out of the dam of Star, ------ 1 1  Mr. Arthur-Taylor, Sr's. b.,f. Maty Wash-  the laqfest, and cheapest newspaper ever printed in Burlington County. (Xj" Price $2 per annum whcft delivered to subscribei-s—or, $1 50 when sent J>r tnaj|.4::0  Tlie Herald wiU be devoted to Forei^ and BNji-mcstic Intelligence—Agriculture, Literature, »4 tli^ general and local affairs of the State and County.— Arrangements will be made to reeei]f:e the eantóst intelligence from abroad. The subject of Agl|cul-ture, in which the farmers of our county are so deeply interested, will be carefiilly attended to—and "mt subscribers wdl endeavor to make this depactment of tlieir paper peculiarly profitable and instructii-e.— They will at tlie same time, aim to present a sli'eet di-" versified with the light, pleaaing,^andinstr^ictíre llte-rature ofthe day—such as poetry, original and selected tales and etoavs, anecdotes, tc.  On the subject of Potirics, tlie HERALD, whîW It will not profess ** neutraiity" on the one hat^.  trammels 6f party, rr applaud the measures and national, as tliey mav deserve censure, or merit applause—It will jtuige them by their fruits. And it is but proper' ' Uiat tlie subscribers should avow tliat heretofore tíiey have, in general, decidedly approvetl of the ineas^ ures of the administration—and the principles avowed by tlie ádministration jiarty—ana that, as Pàttiof.f. who love tlieir country, kikI di ligl»t in her profil* ty, tliey hope they may be alilc btiU conscieutouJlv to approve them«  It Is not,, however,- beHe.ved that a violent party course is that best calculated to elicit truth—or the people of tfie peaceful and agricultural county of Burlington, wish ti>e introiluction of hlgii-t<^e%. partyism among them—and tlie Htrcdd wiU rather' aim at tlie dlffi'slon of light and inlelligence, than at warm political discussion or remarfc.  There is one subject, however, on whidi tlie Edt-" tors of the Hr.RAT.1) will not promise to "keep cool" —•and that is, tlie attempt*, which we, in common with many of our fellow-ciSj^íüens, coii.scientiou8ly believe are making in our otherwise happy countiy, to' unite tlie Church with the State Government, We would preserve Religion pure and undefiled, a« handed to us by Jesus Clirist; and to do this, it mu.4t be kept altoge'tlier separate from State Affairs.—• Their collision will be like that of the steel and flin^. and a flame would be emitted therefrom that would* consume our civil aud religious liberty, even as the-spark consumeth tlie tinder. We trust tlmt the late repeated disappointments of tlie partisans of this unholy cause, will render u contest unnecessary—but", should they renew their ex -rtion.s, we jjledge ourselves to use ail our energies, and the little talent oir which we are possessed, in endeavoring to eiisui-e. tlieir defeat.  It is tlie purpose of tlie undersigned, if a sufficient number of subscribers sliall be received to warrant the ailditlonal expense, which must necessarily be incurred in effecting the proposed improvement, to commence the. publication of their new paper about Üie first of August next. And tliey respectfully solicit the patronage of the publié, and the favoiable' exertjons of tlieir fiiends to promote and secure the object now presented for tiieii- approbation and en-' couragement.  WASHINGTON R. MOORE. THOMAS S. YOUNG. Mount Holly, June 183J.  ington, by Ecfipsu; dam by Sir Arehy, S  Mr, Thos. R, Ingram's r, c, Noifulk, by Sir Aroliy; dam by Medley, - - - 2 G Time, 1st heat, 1 m. 57 s.; 2d heat, 2 ra. 7'Airrfrace, a post sweepstakes, for Hal colts, four years old; $50 entrance, half forfeit; five subscribers; four started:  Mr. Edward Wilson's br. g. Hail Stown, 1 ! Dr. Hatton's b, g. Patrick, - - - 4 2 Mr. Nixon's bl. g. Butcher, - - - 5 4 Col. Harper's gr. g. The Colonel, - - 2 dr. Time, 1st heat, 1 m. 55 s.; 2d heat, I m. 57 s. Second day, proprietor's purse, $200; two mile heats; four started:  Mr. Branch's b, m. Pandora, by Sir Archv; fire  years old,.....811  Mr. Hammond's b. g. LaAiyette, by Gat-latin; six years old, - - - - 1 2 dr.  Mr. Johnson's b. m. Arietta, by Viigi-nian; five years old, - - - 0 di-.  Mr. Peeble's ch. h. Eclal, by Sir Ardhyi  four years old,.....4 di;?.  Time, 1st heat, 3 m. 49 s. r 2dhea^ 3 m. 55 June 17.  Itadies' Hagrazine  ASD LlTEIiARY GAZETTE^  BDITBD BT -mtn. SARAS J. HAtE.  The LADIES' MAGAZINE has been publidicd: three years, receiving that best of commei^-tipns, a steady and generous support. There is good, reason therefore to believe that the plan d'the woilt has been highly approved.  Thinking as we do, that the moral improvement, and happiness of Societj^ depend in a ^eat measure on the judicious cultivation and right direction of the female mind, we liave devoted, and shall devotee our publication most sedulously to the disaemiustioi*»: oC those sentiments in litersuUjre tlict wi»ile encouraging our Am^^iUtt Ladies in tlie pursuit of iotel-fc«^«! ««totnments, still regard hwne as the spher« which their taste and talents must delight to unprqve and «dom. We would have the name of woman synonymous with goodness, purity, inteUig^nce and graceiulness; and under tlie care of such mptliers every household would be a school of moral and mental excellence.  Education will be a favorite topic of discussion in* the Ijulies' Magazine. None but original artides: will be admitted, and the ciwracter of the work wiU' continue to be strictly American.  The assistance of popular writers Is promised» and our own efforts shall be exerted to make tlie wort worthy the patronage which is now solicited.  EDITOR.  CONDITIONS.  »"he work is issued in numbers, on the fifteenth of every month, containing foity-eigiit octavo page."», printed on fine paper; with new type and carefully-stitched in colored and ornamental covers.  Six plates, cither engravings <»r liUiography, tfie; best our American artists can furiiish, wiil be given during the year.  The subscription price is thj-ee dollars per annum, payable on the delivery of tlie third number—-25 per cent, will be added to all subscriptious remaining unpaid till the end of tlie year.  Postage must be paid on all oi-ders sent by mall.  Tlie work is publitfhed in Bo.•^tí)n, and no pains or expense spared to ensure its elegance and correct, netss.  COALE & Co, 7 doors east of the National Hotel, have been duly appolnled agents for tlie ahovemen-tioned work.  June 14.  iVew Oreek and EnKli^ii EiCxIcoiil  PRINCIPALLY on the plan of tlie Greek and German Lexicon of Schneider. The words aU phabetically arranged, distinguishing such as are poetical, of dialectic variety, or peculiar to certain craters and classes of writers, witli examples literally translatecl, selected from the classical writers, by James Donneguu, M. D. Second edition, carefiil^ revised, improved tliroughout, and greafly enlarged.-by the author. For sale by  COALE 8c Co.  Seven doors east of the National Hot^f.  STEAM PACKET HOTEL-  The Cientlcnhaii's Utagaasiiie of Fashions.  ""W^p. 1, vol. Ist of the Gentleman's Magazine of J^ Fashions, embellished with two elegant colored  |)late», comprising four whole length portraits, in the atest Gentleman's Fashions.  The Gentleman's Magazine of Fashions is piibllsh-cd every other montli, each containing 48 royw duo-•leclmo pages, (two sheets,) embellished with two elegant colored Plates of tlie latest gentleman's Fashions, and occa.sionally extra plates, each plate comprising two or more whole length Portraits. Mer chant Tailors will find a gi eat advantage from this work,%s the proprietors will publish only the veiy latest fashions. For terms of subscription see pros-pectua. Just received and for sale by  COALE &. Co. Seven doo» east ofthe National Hotel,  CUAUVES WAI.KER  RESPECTFULLY informs Ha friends and the public generally that he has opened a Houiye-of Entertainment in the large and com^modiojis building lately erected by him near the Steam Boat Wharf, where he will be happy to accommodate tra« vellers and others with boa^, lodging, &c. by tbe day, week, or month, on reasonable terms.  The situation of the establishment, it being imm«y diately at tlie landing place of all the Steam Boats plying to this City—^together with every exertion ODc. the part ofthe Proprietor to please, will, he h<^es, secure Wm a share of public paironag«. ^  Travellers leaving this City by the Baltimore boats find it advantageous to lodge at the above House, as-they will not be liable to disappointment by bdi^ left behind.  Families can be provided with private apartments..  The Bar is provided with gpood liquors and an attentive bar-keeper.  A commodious Sail Boat is also Ibr Idr« ttr-Pleaaure Parties. June 13—aw6w  Medical Books.  BBOOPER'S Medical Dictionary, 1 vol.  Dewees' System of Midwifery, 1 vol. Homer's Special Anatomy, 2 vols. Gibson's Surgery, 2 vols. Dewees on the Diseases of Females, 1 vol. Dewee's Practicc of Phywc, 2 vols. Coxe's American Dispenaatoty, 1 vol. Hare's Chemical Compendium, X vol. For sale, at reduced ptices, by June lo T. RIi)tlffAy.  MffmBMi^Jr UOTBJL.  TIHOMAS PEACOCK respectfuUy mforaaa thtv^ public that he hits o^ned  A House br Entertainment,  On Pra^iOreet, No. 55, four doors from Bthove^sl-BALTIMORE. His table shall be supplied with the be«t the nmkdUi afford, and his bar stocked with a variety rf |pod li--quors. By unremitting attention and aw^uilgr, be? , hopes to merit and receive a sha^ of pati;Mla|pe. (C^-Ladies and Gentlemen can fee accowd^ed iriffr  board, by the year, numtit, wedki} or i&y, cqprnM*^ cammoaating tctm». 8JiBiel>   

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