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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - October 31, 1831, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 / è-  Ì JI^II aiiil fiic Ifi«Iic«t rrifc l'or ^ i.aiid iterili.  sob^ciilx r « ili pay Ht the rate oi one dol-liu- 'it-r arre- or fhc ìtig-hfnt tur eoi (nicc fyp ;r,(lSci"l)'lifly .»HHigncl, ¡«11.1 u!il)Cinl iir.c; fui-U.  itAtc» Rt■vohlt;oniu^■ l-iind \V«iTni<ts Is i.j. vi prrvioiis  ,,|,c l()fl» May, wisliing' to scll Vir-  „ia (iontiiiental aiid Siate I.ftinl Wiinunts, whicl» hvc noi l'Ci-» HHtisiica cithcr by loratioi» oi- scrip, . tliroug;» suln-icnbor i(-;n>ciatc i<jr r shIu-— 111 ìcttiTS nnist bc post phì.1.  .!«>SKPH HATHON.  ^Vashitifiton, JiiiK'1H."1.  PROl'iKSALS  ANN  »LOS  il" iJii.j.^jjiLjiijiw.1 tmküktfldr fìxjPikiiTMr.irr «r tok IT, Stati;)«  JÇX ®'!'*- I1JL VIU.1 €ITV OF  TiLK wnnLU 1« aoTiii!«Bu TUO Mvrn.'  BAI!.«.  looming C'oiirier & ì%ew Yorl¿ JBii<|UÌr«*r.  iiicn ¡».^e- of Post 'Mhc-s, IVansì):»!!tiion. He-; I'.cmm l'arly, and advocating the K--t;I.-ction of ti •,¡,1-! !»n<i To whicu's H<ldcd an , raKlAfKsoNto the Frc»ideiicy. Its columns at  »ITTF,  MEHCHAN'Í TAfhOH,  y hirt of tlio arrivai  w York, «f his Atitumn Cassiincrcs, &c. They an-stniation in a few days.— sav that " no otl|er house ! tu nc- m Ani- ricH will have so fine,'' he will only vt-ntnr*- to re alike , atmn-f, that they w^U at Irajtf equal tit inry prñuf vf  THKAKITRT Dhpaktmk^TT, Oct/,bei 6th, 1831.  '•mrilKRBAa, Notice was girt »» by th n Depart-W^ meiit on the 1st iiutarit, to the Propi ioton« orthe fhur and a half per certi. Stock of Fire MiUons uf IhiUart, errateci in pitmiance of an Act of Con-  '0*. »./. ru*i is,n% J  KIFTH At*t>iTOíi^ OrVK*, .  PUO|»0SALS -ft ilf bc recdved at tht» <>nire, uW Ul the l»t day of Deccmhcr next, f<»r hmlding a Liffht House, and Dwcllin^ IIousí» fop the kct-pcn an iítf ejctrcme East etni oí durdun''» Is/itrid, aftpoi^f j to Ihe mtrance of iht St)uth Pmí -'iWn- Misslis-ppi Rl-%-er, ofth« fbllowin^ matcriit's., dimoiiáion«», «mi fíe» scription :  The ToNVer (o-be !»uih of híli-d bl-k:k—tfie round » <br th«* fauiidation, í'ilt s aro to Ix- drivtn down to thc Jeng^tlí ol 4U tr< », or as far ns thev<ym be driven, With a líam of 140Ü Jbs. falling Sfì'f^ieì; forming' a circlc of 2 i f,;c' <^::«lV.t■tc^ ; thv l'iks tO he 12 inchcs  over at t}>e top, uiid to be dn\en jÈtt apart, fmm centre to ecntre ; .-infitlu r rirrU- of ^iíen until the l.^tii Noveniber, to ftirnisTi and dcllwr lenglh an-l size, t<» b«- dnvt ii iii tlie sartie  ÍVOJL. 1  NÒ. Ï20.  inOüVPAY, OCTOBEB IHSl.  pe.9 of the 26th of May 1824 ; and to the Pmpnc- yt,>ck8  torsofthe Five prr cení. Sfock, create«! in pui>.v,anci' of an Act of the ISth of May, 1820, that thc Certificates of the «aid Stock v/ill he redeemcil on tlie Ist and2fl of Jan>,ai-y next reHjiectively ; and whereas Bonie of the l'ropnetorn of the said Blocks ma\ tltsire the ifimbursemontofthcir CenWicatca previously to the aforemiid Ist or 2d of January, Notu-r m now That, on the prese ntation and «iiiTcnder bv thc IVopKetor of any ri rttfic;it j, or his Attom.-y  NATT Commhkiioxkhb'PVTIOK, ^ Uth/ktOber, 1831. S  SF, ALKD Proposnlí? will l.e recenedìit this (liUce until th - - - ■  lilt>,UOO cu!  )ic feet of the bciit quality Whitc/Oak iftct within the fir^t oucle--t4. be Cget which «hall have gi-own on lands near , "»e'r centres ; a tliird circle of Piles, of  or Within the influence of (he siti air. ! t",'»^' thriven t'.c s:uno h f«^et  to salt water, ................. ...„..^...^ ....... .........  They must sijuare not lesa than 14 inche« at tlie butt» I ''-cbes within thc second civl  to !)f -J feet npîirt  and may sqitili e one fouith less nt the top end, and I »roni their ccntrc»—the top of the PiK s t«, be cut <ifl must be free from Rai>.—AIho 150,{í0ü ctihic feet of. the surfure af t!u-^rouiul, or ouofcwi  fiom vaiiou.s Hi>t.)ri( s, .lournals of i'onj^at««, ots, Vaniitics bu.idav-Mad Advocates, iuid Church- of fr'Kids In Im line.  , r».. - -'nt-. ¡'ic. Vv Ki.M' v,, F, a und-StaU:-men, are opposed on principle, and their Will be received, at same t  I, si.ri D'i'-'-'ni. nt , ' livpocrisy and niachinatioiiH fearlessly exposed. clothes, ordered as snecimens of i  ...... iitfiy.. 1 »I.rxirtmi iit la nn»» in u-Mi/«h ul. , ......................i_____ ï-« i>______ • _ > ' • »  t;,. |-»'l<'irici Di-piirtmciit is one in which «1-. In conscquence of the other D.iily Papers in New „Tstfvtry citi'. n ft . Is a fkep inter<'st, and cnn- Vork, determining not to board vessels and r ceiw ,ni'vi; v^l'^rh .i at mM.iority of the people pos- their news on Sunday, the Publishers of the Courier & Hs. s init little !!i«nrm itio:i. It ih intt nded to ein- Knquirer have lately Invested nearlv #4,0!)') in a .sr/m-f„!v in this hook, vich farts ri.«^ sh:.!l give to every ^ r«/^. "News Kstabhshment," the support of wluoh ho will evaminv it, a more ccmiDl. te »-iew will «<1.1 about ?5,i)00 to their annual '  time, I.ondon made I of the I.ondon fashions.  ^ Sept. 9~H;od6t  TIÍCKEK ¿ TH^tmr^^  ßfß/ir/i.i.Y7' TJITLOII.% BKTWEKW Tiir. jfKrionxi. kNV IHUHW IH;RH:T HOTBI.H,  l'Rlf«rHTI,TA!flA AVKWrH,  i nil/,: '!.« cfeiicmlly.  C'Oiirn'tNi.—The bonk will he prnt-d with a  ii -i.-h time aiul ¡:.t)Oi to such jiersons ns wish to j popular feeling- in relation to this matter, they will bc :n fi^ur f, ii eonij.!et<-exhibit of tlic tiansae-; i-fficientlv sustained in the course thev have adopt-ofthc Department for the l.Tjt thirty or forty j cd. ^-r-s- j K docs nut heroine 'hem to snoak of the manner  is tnl'.eve'l that the Apprndix will be n useful j ¡j, which their Rditurir.lDepartmcnt is conducted.— ,rnveueTit rrfcrenci-ff,r raerchur.ls, travellers. It may bc slate,i, however, th.it Assis'aMt Kditors and  Reporters are env.iloyed at lihend salaries; and if thc Commei-cial, rolitieal, Literan, Fo'^jij^n ¡uif? Domes-n ^'■ooa pa])er, and will contain lietween jtic News, were not at least etftwl an , otiu r Joiu--.riniMth-e'l, and four hundred an I fiRy octavo pa- ; „al, it would scarcejy have aequir.-d in ihe abort pe-. The ppce win be two dollars per copy Sound iriod of five yeare, a greater da lv circulation than „anLs and two dollars and twent\-iiv^^ e<-n s in any other paper ¡n An.erica! Vet such is thc fact, V. A few copics will be printed on extra fine ; that at this moment thc Courier & KnquVer circu-l iiiuidsomcly bound in calf, which wIlJ be lates daily in the city of New York more than one crU d nt ilii-ee dollars per copy. hundred per cent, morep ipers than anv of its cotcm-  »L'l n'i will be allowed a d.scount of t welve anfl, poraries.  alf i)'-r cent: that ev, l y eifrhth copy ^Tittis. : j).i;iy pripcrs sent O'll of thc cifv, -»re not printed Persons suhsenptMin p:ipers, wdl plAees ; „ptil 2"o'clock, P. M., when all tin- news received  ^rn them r) the uiulersig-nt d, on or before the | by thc morning mails, or bv Koroigrn arrivals, arc in-K of November next. ^ , , | sertcd in a SKco.vn Km riox—so tljat the Daily Sub-  EDMl XD F. : lit-ndly receivc a Morning  Ti'H KfW Jirij. •"'vcnlng- Pnper com'iined; and this beiiift th'-  JAN' AWAY from the sMh-icriher, on or «»botit ! P^P«^«* coHf^f^t'^ii news on Sunday, it folh-.w-i of r -Ji. 9ih of Ai'g-iist l.ist, twoNi g-ro Men—one j'»«'ws by all foreig^n arrival-; on that FH.iXK IfO/.LV, or STE'^VJRT, (ns he «'H be found in the columns of the Courier and w.ftim-s calls l.imholf,) thc properly of George i«^ ''y-av ttc »ViLsitingtor,, ):s(i. ofFrcHerick county, Ya. i Price-current and iiev.cw of the Market will ie other n;.'ned lilliJlM BLACKiVULL, the .Second F.dition will m rtv of Misv Klizabeth (iordon, of this place, it ! »'^ avs notice any change wh-ch m.ay occur in the proi)HbieThev are both lurking about Washington. ' of our market. Whatever appears in thc Dai-  h? above rewaixl will be given, if they are both i'i'will of course, also bc published in the  qi(rht home to n;.-. or Five Dollars for cither. All iNcns are T.^rew armd from iiarboriiig or employing ( ill, Hs the law will be put in force iigain.st all such r^oiis. KICJiAKD ijTANTON.  Alfx«n<lna, Sept. 14.—3td&.c  Semi-weekly.  TERMS.  Daily Paper------^10 per annum. > Payable in  Semi-wcckly i'apcr 4 per annum. > advance. N. B. All Post-Masters who have no objection to to act a« our Agents, are reque.^tt-.i to receivc subscriptions and to remit the iTi'.'iiey nt thc risk of the Puhli-shers, at thc time 01 ordering thc paper.—!t is  FA 1.1. 1  H. TODD h-iving n centlv received friim ^f • New Yorkdhis patterns. Fall and Winter j ;x"pectefi th^Cthev will r^ "pJr  ons, h^onhan and ,s now gcttmg un an eent. of tlie amount received, as a remuneraton for  rtment in his he.st st vie and according to the latest their trouble, vailing mode, for which (confident of affording vri' SHtisfkCtion) he would solicit the inspection of disposed to wear a neat, glos-sy, and durable Fine cut, close napjjcd Beavers, of his own  sh.  Uio—Hats from the hand-» of C. St. .Tohns, E. >omand others di.stinguished in the trade, '»ti, Caps, &.C. of every variety can be obtained at Id's Fashionable Establishment, West of Brown's >l  ic.pt. 2ft.—tf  rOTIf' V OSEP'lf w ATSON% "Solicitor <)f C'lims on the Unlt'-d States, and tienernl Agent, V C;ty of Wash r-gton, ha' ng resumed the imme-siipmnteiidence or {»is office, has made arrange-',t« extending both abroad and to each of the States Tcrr.Umes of the Cmon, ilor thc transaction of all lincssin which the services of ah Agent may be de-ble, «specially th( cnlh ction of debts, payment of .and record of dee Is m Ohio, besides a !)rancl. li, office at Cohmsbus—he has the advantage of an j hnintance with gentlemen capable and tru.st-wor-in almost every county; anfl in Ke ntucky, he has oo.rspcration of th'.^ Marshal oi the M' lte, wliose .ce Ik siihjoins; In lliino's, t'ui of,lolm Tilson, .Ir. • rn Aikan.-»s, thutof\» di!im E. Woodniff, Esq.; cliigii'-i, t!*t of .Tames Abbot, Esq.; and when he unicnresthe publication of h's pcrmdical, devoted 'ed Hision of information to landholders and cmi-and to a re\ icw of the decisions of iJongr< £» ^tiitv Legislatiirc.i, and of the puldic oificera :if-•gthe interests of claimants pai-ticuUr'y thi).<HC of  MIIITART AKD Gritxrai. I.AIVD AOKÏCT,  Washington City, 14tJi April, 1831.  [1815. Sixteenth year.] A LL business of an agency nature promptly at-tended to, (see notices of the llth Miiy, 1818, and 9th June, 1820.) Land-warrants, patents, and every denomination of pensions and pay obtained,  iÄÄUl'm of M:;.."  fers of stock cfTccttid, and i?iterest thereon collected. Lamls sold, exchanged, purchased or leased out on commission. Information as to Arkansas and other bounty lands, whether granted by the United States, or the'respective States, '/'axes paiil, and <leeds re-cortledin any n.r.tofthe Union, including..irAan-io«, Ulim)!» ami Oh to. Leases and conveyances prepared, as also powers of attorney to authorize the t-nle of land. Proposals for po«t-oflice routes, and all otiier proposals for contracts with Uie United Stntes, attended City lots and hou."»cs owned by non-residents taken in charge. French and foreign languages translatcil. Persons desirous to sell lands, and those intending to cmig.-at», arc »<ilieited to make, kr.own thcir wislica to this agency. Holding the ap-pointiiient .if State's Comtr. s»;oner under some of the Stiites, lie is authorized to take the acknowletlg-ment of do-ds and other instruments of writing having reference to lands therein, and to take dcpo«i-tions to be read in the courts then'of. Fosfac;c must be paid. .fOSEPH WATSON.  Jfove FOB RAI.T;,  Lands in N<'W York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Mis souri, Kentucky, North Carolina, Vennont, Virginia, and Michigan, together with U. S. Laml Scrip, which is better than money for emigmnts, as its conveyance is attended w ith no' risk. Also, a few C.inadian ami revolutionär}- 'and warrants, which may be located in Indiana and Ohio. Apply at the office of thc .subscriber, attached to his dwelling house, on R street, new tl»c Capitol. .lOSEPH WA FSON.  fv.'and war of Indepen<lence, he will de-  ivc the na'iie of hi.s Agents in otî" r Stvtes and at ; Its of Governme nt of the pruicijiiil powers  ■c, and iso'ith America. Insurance on lives and insttÍM , may be ellected through this Agencj', dcv/)s,t-s may also he made in the New York Sa\-s Hank. He ha.^ ii.ad ten years of public service in ioiuresponsible stations, and sixteen years expe-icc in his [ires-ht pui-suit, to recommend him  JOSEPH W ATSON". Va.-,h:ngton City, SOth April, 1831.  Aîçoncy in Kenlucky.  lilt siibscnVier hxs undertaken to act as agent in Ki ntuckv for tliose who are non-residents, in the  iw nç cases :  n thc collect on of debts ; in the investigation of d claims; in renting, superintending or selling 1 in possessions ; in the payment of taxes on lands I :ii tlie taking of depositions or procuring of evi-  olTicial duties iis Mnrshal of Kentucky, require i to visit nearly all parts of the State occasionally, w ill j^nve him unusual op¡)ortunities for proseen-Mlle bus ncss which he ha.s undei-taken. He will "thy he enabled frecpiently to secure »lebtsbylien I'tlu rwise, w hen they could not perlutpsbe coerced Wiienever suits at law shall be nccessarj', .vill i inplov sm h oounHwl lu: tho pl«.int»ir-B may lu-t ; luul if that shall be left to discretion, he will be ¡xmsible for the employment of gentlemen of abih-i'.t.p-itv ainl iiKt'istrv.  .\.U c>,nini :iru ons luUlressed to the subscriber at or rranldbi-t, orto Col. J. WATSON, ■•li.nfrtoii t',t_\, and post paid, will receive |r.nn.e-eultt-ntioii. ' JOHN McCALLA.  .\pnl Ji)  Lnosih" PÍIIj*,  M'IaT c rüiin, Side, and efficacious remedy in I H li-us Chol.cs, Rilious Fevers, Fevers .-md A-> ^c. itc., are fr r sale the pr ucipal Druggists ic' per box ■-!:> cents, with a Idjeral allowance to Who huv to sell again. Pamphlet.s containing niiran s, K-ttersanil aflidav-t.'i. muy be viewed gra-  I':iinphlets 1)1 aring the following motto : ?/i »tiDtti* rnav t fir irrra nudirainmtu ; et vir pru-II',') «Mhurríbit ,-7//j. —Eccles. chap, xxxviii, v. 4. nnlvpsfroin a distance to the Proprietor, will be '»led to with disjiatch.  '<1 prevent imposition by counterfeits, the seal 'I'ln iaitals 1. L. will be imprcs.sed on each side V hoxi-s. :i;i(l under every direction, the luune ol "■.' V";) will signed in his own hand writn^g. tVdciicktown, (Md.) July 1, 18:11.  Vr-iUMi Mate«' I>aii<l  Vir¡r:nú, in>ti Vnil(d Shiie» ÍMtid II''»ranis ts-  »><11 ni fi,r rrri)lii!'ini(iry mtí'Íccs. ¡  H F, siihscriher will purchase and scll on f:ivora-| bk ternis, l'nited States Land Scrip of every i uo w «nnlvimr to  "mination, as well as Military Warrants which employment by applying to  • issued pi-'or to the 30th May, 1830, either by ^t;itc<)f Virginia or the United States, lie will ' invesf frate all claims to land or commutation, tiler on the St;«te3 or the United Stat««. îîtU 2{f. jVTifEPJl \V Al«ffN"  Tlie CJciitScmaai 8 ]TIaga7;inc ol*  No. 1, vol. 1st of the Gentleman's Magazine of Fashions, embellished with two elegant colored plates, comjjnsing four whole length portiaits, in the latest Gentleman's 1'a.shions.  The Gentleman's Magazine of Fashions is published evei-v other month, each containing 48 royal <hio-ilecimo" pages, (two sheets,) embellished with two elegant colored Plates of the latest gentleman s Fashions ami occasionally exti-a plates each plate comprising two or more w hole length Portraits. Mer chant Tailors will find a great advanUge from this work, as the proprietors will publish only the very latest fashions. For terms of subscription see pro.s-pcctus. Just received and for ^^^  Seven doors ea.st of tJiV  TO BOTArVISTH.  JUST puiilished, and for sale by G. TEMPLE-M\N, at thc Commis.sion, Rook, an.l St.atioi»-ry Store, on Pennsylvania avenue, opposite tlie Man-  /'"'a Po<h'o7ius of the Flora Columbiana, exhil>iing a list of all (Mants which have as yet ftcen colL-fcte.l  in the District of Columbia. ^ ,  '«The erudite Rotanist will he a.stomshed to perceive the names of several plants in this Podi-Oijis  which he is well aware belong to other localities but when he considers the various and Alpine sourefe of our majestic Potomac, on whose stitam tJieir ments an.- borne ami deposited along its bank, It astonishment will cease; attiie Falls too, on bothjdes of the river, we have never faded, at each sittx-s-sive excursion, to procu;.- plant, that were bfore unknown to us, and add the sU-angers to our jita-  of a Idier from Mr. Collins, of Vhiladeliia  " The islancls and margins of tl»e Potomac 4rd the Rotanistfine scone, bon.c, as the seeds are bits waters from beyon.i the mountams^nd fromhe southern regions of its Shenandoah'^head.  PricrofthePodromus 30 cents. A ld>eral»-count to vendew. ___________ Sept.  "ll^ iiaiters ftnd €'ap .^aker\  IN addition to P^'»«"^, f T men HatU-rs ftccustometl to fine l.glvt work <  fall and winter stock shall be completed»  Tlie Goods they hiivc received, art; now ( xhibiting at their establishment. They are certainly a most beautiful .selection, displaying all that could bc desired, both in taste ami quality. To use thc words of the exporters, will suffice : '«^'e h.ave no idea that any other house in America will have so fine." Also, they arc exhibiting a most splendid selcetion of FANCY CASSIMEHES, entirely new, both in colors and style, which were received by the first named ship.  T. T. would he pleased if Gentlemen would call and examine for themselves. Sept. 8—.'lawSw  A NEWSPAPER Estiblishment, in a healthy village, in the State of Maryland, h offered for sale, on accommodating tenns. The Establishment is in complete onler, having all the necessary materials to prJilish a Newspaper, and to execute all Job ork, with neatness. The patronage to this Estab-lisliment is well .worthy thc attention of a practical printer. Tlie cause of thc present proprietor wishing to sell, arises from ill health, which prevents him from paying that attention t0bu.sine.9s vrhich he would wish. It will not be sold to any person who is not a firm advocate of tin; Administration of the General Government.—Ry application tothe Editor of the Globe, either in person or by letter, (postage paid,) the necessary information will be given. Septcm.ber 14.  irirH. Barliaiilcl'f^ Worki».  The Works of Anna I.a^tia HRrbauKl, witl» a Memoir by F.ucy Aikin, in .> vcjIs., ju»t nv ceived and for sale by co.\le 8c Co.  7 floors cast of the National Hotel.  Teiianl'M 8toekN.  JUST receivt d and on sale by the .stibseriber, next door west of Rrown's Hotel, a freali and beaxitifiil supply of Tenant'.s Stocks.  Julv9 ' S. DITTY.  r«r Nalc or JBirlian^e.  A PAPER MIL!., SAW-MH.L, GRIST-MII.L, FIFTY ACRES OF LAND, with a DWELLING IKHJSE, on Main Rlkhom, witlnn thi-ee ami a half miles of Frankfort, Ky. will be .sohl very low, or exchanged on most favorable terms for property in "rgeiiiwu.,«?/; Vli«'T,t4"rly new; the  sit'^ iRone' of "the most favorable, in the State, being the first ocxiupied bvv M:11s below the junction of Nortli and South Elkhom, which, separately, are Cflet)rated mill-streaniis and near the market of Frankfort, the. capitiil of tJie State.  The prt>prietor will give most favorable terms in sale or exchange, being so situated that he can give no personal attention to tlic management of the property. Inquire at tlie Globe Office.  May 18  And portsc-ssion given immediately, that three stoty RRICK HOUSE, With a large two story back building  .^»w _____^ •iKler the same, a  pump of good watei-(|uite convenient, brick stable and coach house, and a large, yawl well enck«M;d, situated on tlie corner of 18th and K streets, a few yards north of the reaidence of J. J. Abert, E)«i. This House is finislicd in tho best manner and suitable for a large family. Apply to the «uí)s<;nl>er living on I iilreet. J A M E H W ALK E R.  Sept. IQ—StawTTStf  »li^ip JLine of •JfMaii t'oaches.  the best (pialitv long le«if, fine grain, heart, Smrthern ! "¡"" «^ ^''e level of the .sea, at h.gh water. ShoiiTd Yellow Pine P'lunk Stocks to squ.ire not less than i '''  14 nor more than 16 inches at the butti and may 11"""«-'''» inches squaw to he t( noned on the head BTiuaro one-fifth less at the top end. No allovrance o'^he Piles f«om the outer to thc inner circle cn  ,, ... - ......y^i will be nia.lc in thc measurement of the Pine Plank P'-«"'^''thick, on which  rêî\v h e íhíin?. ti Eoan Of- otocks for payment for the contents of the sap. All the «-alls of the Tom er are to rr.,ume,Ke. Four feel  fò .r, r/ fTl afoM said Plank Stocks must avenige 45 fbet ' the outer circle of PiU s for the found.ation.  » . ........ . in lengtJi, ami niine ulust be less Ulan 35 fret fong. i  Thev must have been felled, or the trees must have j"P'^i'l—^''c ht ad to be . ut oiì inen u ith the been g^nlled, between the 2ütli of October and the ^''e briek work. The insido of  2Gth of Febniarv. The aforesaid Plank Stoc'(.<ntc , to bc planked up v itii .1 ineh planks;  to the delivered" at the following Navy Yaprls, aod ill : "P"'^^" hetvveou that and the foumbtion of the he following proportions viz.- Portsmeuth, 30,000 'lower to he filled in with e.anb. The walls of thc feet of Oak, 15,000 feet of Pine, Charlctown and ^ commence with 2 %valls Ifi inches thlcT^,  lirooklvn, .S.5,000 feet of Oak, and 35,000 feet of 11 ties of w,thes, one foot thlcR,  Pine, ate.'ieh ; PhiUwlelphia, 15,(KjO feetofOak, and ^ outside of tlic outcp walls tb  1.5,fM)0 f ct of Pine ; Washington, 10,000 ffet of Oak, and lO.OiJO feet of Pine ; and at Ofigflprt,  55,0'>Ü feet of and 40,000 feet of Pine Plank «Hameter of thc 'P.)wer, at flie  Stocks. ¡base, to he 25 feet, graduated to 12 fetf at tfiotOT),  ........ ^ __ i where the walls must be 2 feet thick. The heigji't  he^rt Southern Ycilow Pine 'i?mher,' r' quirc^for Tower to be 65 feet from the comftTcnceiaçôt  previously to the aforesaid 1st or 2d of January next, »8 the case maybe, the principal of the said Certificate will he relmbur«ed, and the interest which shall have accrued thereon to tiie time of such surreiivler, will bc paid. LOUIS MrLANE.  Stcrdury of thf. Trci.sunj.  Oct. 6, 1831.—4c2wt,U  THRA-t'-nr DxfAKT.-aKffT, > 1st Octobcr, 18.31. S " kJOTICF. is hcniby given to the proprietors of thc FOUR and an half percent. Stock, of FIVE MIl.LfONS OF DOLLARS, created in Dursuance of an Act-of Congret«, pas.scd on the 2Ct!i day of May, 1824, that thc Certificates of the said Stock, will be paid, on the Isi day of January- next, to thc proprietiirs tJiereof, or their legal repres<rnt!itives or attorneys duly coristiluted, on the presentation and surrender of the sa»d Certificates at the Trea.sury or at tlie I.,oan Office where tlie same may staiid "cre-(Uted.  Notice ia fnrtTur mvm, that no transfer of the Certificates of said Stock, from the books of thc Triinsu-rv', or any J,oan Office, vill be allowed after tlie Ist day of December nejrt.  And also, that the interest on all the Certificates of the said Stock, will cease and determine on the 3Ist tlay of December next,  I.OUIS McI.AVE, ''ieerefaryoft^Treajntrt/.  ThbasCHT DllPABTIfK5T,  October Ist, 1831. 5  Notice is hereby given to the proprlcioi-s of the Five per cent. Stock, created in pursuance of an Act of Congress, paS'jetl on the 15th fkv of May, 1820, tJiat thc Certificates of the said Stock, amountingin the whole to NINE HUNDRED AND NIVETY-NINE TH0US.\ND, NINE HUNDRED AND NIVETY-NINE DOI.LARS AND THIRTEEN CKNTS, wdl be paid, on the »econd day of January next, to the proprietors thereof, or their le-y-al representatives or attorneys, <luly constituted," on the presentation and surrender of Uic said tJiertifi-cates "t the Treasury, or at the Office, where the same may stand ci-edite<l.  Notice is further given, tlut no transfer of the Certificates of said Stock, from tl»e book» of the Treaatjrv, or any Loan <3ffice, will be allowed after tlie Ist day of December next.  Ami also, that the intcrcfit on all tl»c Certiflcotes of the said Stock, will cease and determine on thc Ist day of January nex-t  LOUIS JffcLANF^ Oct. 1.—lc2wtTl fkcretary (if tJtc TSrttuury.  T  FOR LEESBUUG, YA. Via chksai'eakk a?in ohio caivar,. HF^ public are respectfully informed, tha a  _ Mail Coach will leave Washington City ever)'  tlaj, Sunday excepted, at 6 A.M. forthc Canal, where jjaaseiigei-s will take the splendid Pac.ket Roat, (;hahi.as Fevto.'« Mkhcku, by which they will  Dc---to the head of the Canal, wlicre a  Coach will he in veatu...- take them to the head  of Seneca, Edward's Jem ami ----„ nnñvinír  at thc latter place by 5 o'clock, P. M.  For seats, apjjly at tlic offices next door to Brown'« and Rai-nard's Hotels, Wasliington City, and at the Rarof Roache's Union Hotel, Georgetown.  Fai-e by this I.ine only #2.  THOS. COOKENDORFER, Jifrrnlftr i STOCKTON & STOKES.  S. W. HANDY.; N. B. S. W. Handy respectfully informs his M  iiliiperior ('lolliA, CaKMiiiiL-reH, dicc.  ^AMUEL DITTY, Mei-chant Tailor, 1st door west of Brown's Hotel, has received his supply of gooils for the present and approaching seasoiw, comprising, Fhench Black Yblvkt, Blue and Aok-laidk Cloths, very superior and rare,- English Black and Blue Velvet Cloths; English Brown, Ohve, In-Ifrain Bliwk and Invisible Go-cm Cloths The Ltdtr IS the most J'tishlonablc colour in New York, and in keepin/r ivitn tlit London pattern Frock. It is consi' dertd an imvrmiement on tne Blatk FnKks. Thc Adelaide French Cloth is a new and most beautiful color.  Bfown Petersham, for orer Coats-, Goat's hair Camlet; plain and figured Florentines (one piece, the same in all respects with tlie London pattern vest); black Geno.i Velvet; figured Silk Velvets, (most beautiful); black MolesWn, and a great variety of Vesting^ of other materials; white Buft', Dmb, Sfix-ed. Pearly Black, Blue and Fancy Cassimeres; Black, Blue and Drab Moleskin Caxnmerea.  Gent. Mary Stuart, Poitah ^ripe^ Zeira, ami white and black Silk Hose; Gents, white worsted, An^la, and grey Hose; gents, white and black silk and horse skin Gloves; Gttrn Elastic Suspenders/ buckskin and silk French Spring Sttspenders; black silk Brighton tie and plain Cravat»; nifBuHl, insertion, tuck and plain linen Bottoms; linen Collars; linen cambric, twilled silk, («erman Foulard, Bnglish bandana and fancy silk Pocket Handkercliiefs, witli a great variety of articles in hi» line.  Orders executed at the shorteat notice, and aqnal in all respects to the specimens received from New York and London.  For the special accommodation of Travellers, a few Frock and Dress Coats, Vests, Pants, CkHdcs»  The Tok^n for 183».  JUST received by Coalk & Co., this splcmlid annual, handsomely embellished with 20 beau-tifid engravings—vix :  1 Pre»H;ntatk>n Pbte, drawn by G. Haxrev, ongrav-ed by A. Hartwell. ^  2 Fancy title page, drawn by Htrvef ami det, engraved bv Gaulladet.  3 Vignette, drawn by S<otbard, engtarcd by G. I-Brown.  4 Will he bite >—l>her^ Gaulladet.  6 Kquinoctial Stomi, Hoqueplar, s-  7 Lcslea, Reynolrls, J. Cheney.  8 Young Artist, Chrisfale, J. J. Pease.  9 Toilet, EIlis.  10 Dead Soldier? Wright, S. W. Cheney. 12 Aprehen.sion, Deveria, J. H. Hills.  12 Invisible Sercnader, S. W. Cheney.  13 The FresJiet, Fisher, G. W. Hatch.  14 An Escape, do. Anau and Smith.  15 Ctrmiral at Potosí, W. Hornberry, Ncagle.  16 Pea3.ant Boy, Chri.stale, O. Pelton.  17 Bvron, at the age of 19, Sanders, J. H. Uilh.  18 The Lute, Pelton.  19 Opening of the Sixth Seal, D«n!)y, lUman ami Pelbrow.  20 Vignette, Northcote, A. Ikiwen. , _ The cov«?fs embo«»e<i in a manner heretofore nnc- '  quailed in this countrj". Oct. 11.  Also, all thc best qi'.ality "^long leaf, "fitve g^in,  ?«rt Southern Yellow Pi'ne Timber, r'-quircd for ^ . , . . , , , -  making the Lower M.asts and Bowsprits Top Mests ' ' ^"P "" ^«ich  Lower Yards Topsail Yanls, Sprit.sail Yanls an<l Jib i I'' ^^ soa|,-stone deck, 14 feet <li:.nieter, s  bboms for two r4's six 44's »nd .-ix sloops of war, i thick, joints leaded ; on one side of which 4  and the Fore and !W«in Masts Bowsprits and Main : ^'ton  Rooms for two schooncrs—to be got out to thc di-1 v." '; to be 6 u m.lows in ttte  mensions and specifications of the same, which will i ^^ ® ^^ <'ach with strohtf  bc furnished on application to thia office. The said i ' ® ^ ' ' cap and sill, timber to bc delivered in the following proportions: I ot hammered .stone, 10 mcies square ; doop double..  ce-s wind shakes a>id must have been felled, or the trees must have been ginlled, witliin the prescribed periods, which must be proved to the »atlsfaction of the commanding officer« of tiie respective Navy Yard-s, by the certificates of two respectable and disinterested p«xons to be prochiced with every cargo of timber offered for devliery.  All the aforesaid Timber must bc delivered, and the contracts completed in twelve owntlis from tlie dates of the respective contracts. After due notification thereof by the Navy Agent«, fifteen flays will be allowed each Conti-actor for signing, sealing', and delivering his Contract and Bond to the Navy Agents, respectively; upon failure to do so within the time alIowe<l, such contracts will be cancellcd.  On delivery, tlie aforesaid Timber will be insMct^ ed and measured according to the printed suleS for the TOveroment of Inspectors of Timber for the Jfavy of the United States, under the instnictions of the respective Commanding- Officers, or to any other inspection the Commisuoneps of the Navy may dl^t.  Persons who hare not been Contractors, amfmose not known to the Commissioners for their punctyal-ity, are reqxiired to produce the most ratisfltctof;^^^ timonials of tlietr ability and oOmpeter)(;]Cat9 promptly and «n Jj^l.^^JhafiÄTnariie'to the BqmÄ nay enter residences, and pioduce tttis-  evidence of their being good and suflWent for tlie penalty incurred hy a IKUure on the ^avt of tJieir Pnncipal*-a failure in these paröcnlars wifl foi-feit their bicb.  Bonds in the sum of one-thiird <hc amount of the respective contracts will be required, and a 4'^uc tion of ten per centum will be withhekl ftom tfle a-  lof-the performance of the respective contracts aud will not bc paid until they ate in all respects fii]fille4, unless specially authorized by tlie Oomni ísíhoüjmw the Navy.  The Timber must be ofTered by the cubic fpot, and the offers must be properly endorsed. Any bid not made in conformity with, or deficient in any. of the requirements of tliis advertisement, will be rejected-  To be published twice - week in the U. States Telegraph, N. A. Gar. Com. Gaz., Hart. Times Vrov. Pat, N. 1'. Ev. Post, N. Y. Courier and Enq^^r, Am. Sent., Nat. Gazette, Bichmond Eñq, C&ar Pat., Sav. Rep., Newbei-n Sent.  Oct. 13—2äwtd  i^lA.^rEI^ RKtHECIii:,  MFm:IL]NT T.iYLU/i, Tuto d^yjrs cast of 11. SiuhUFs Drug Store, end five doom west of R. VVr'ghi's Auction Store, in the new improved front of tVm. Cmper*a Bow, fM^AKES this opportunity to tender his thanks to B his friends and customers for their liberal pa ti-onage, and informs them that he has received his Fall .and Winter GOODS. Such as Superfine Black Cloths, <to. Blue do. do. Mulberry <lo. do. London Browti do. do. iiold Olive do. Fine Saxony (.iray do. do. Steel Mixture; do. C.YSSIMERES—such as-Supei-fine Black, I.aveji(ler Mixture». Fancy do. Steel do,  Rufi' do.  Di-ah <lo.  VES riVGS—such as Olive Crrimpcd Silk, tniitc Crimpeil Silk, Brown an«l Olive Watered Silk, Ooioled Knglisli Silk, English Florentine, wKh a variety of benutiful Fi^nired Silks White Marseilles—also, HaiuHwercWf , Gloves, 9u.ipenders, &c. &c.  First rate Black Silk Velvet—^also Silk Velvet Stocks, Hi^t. do. Rombaxeen do. Septl 6—d2w.  A CARD.  '^O THE PUBLIC.—The proprietor of "Holmes' Jl^ lmprove<l Corn Plaster" liereby announces Dr. Wm. Gunton, f T)rug^st,J at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Nintli Street, as his sole Ag«nt, fin* tlie .sale of that article in the City of Wasliing^ ton. The high character which this medicine has acquired, and the te.itimony already adduced in sujiport of its efficacy, almost supersede the necessity of another word being said on tliis subject. It nuiy be p|-oper, however, to remark tliat, among its hundredis of patrons not a solitarj' complaint has been uttered.—It is in truth a sbvereign remedy and an infallible cure. The ingredients of which it is a compound, are all perfectly innocent and mild, and its operation easy and without pain.  In order to bnng this remedy within the reach of every description of persans the price has been materially reduced.  Wi^persk win tekïpionhwd. nmdeiñ  g^yj^ie new hou^ bctv.«. Bn^n-------  Iii:i.TZHOOVER Sk com  SPLE y/)i/) LIXES  OF " BLUE SAFETY COACHES," Between fVashm^ton and Ballimore.  Ist LINE, 5 o'clock. Pa-ssengers by this Line arrive in Baltlmoi-e by 10 o'clock, consequently in suffieiefU time for the Tj o'clock boat fur Philadelphia.  2d LINE, 9 o'clock. Via Baltimore and Ohio Hail Bnad.  No delay or stoppage by tliis Line, and the Car is always in readiness. Passengers arrive in Baltimore to early dinner.  3d I.IKE, 2 o'clock,  Arrives in Baltimore to early supper time, b^UTQen 6 and 7, P. M.  4th LINE,  Always in readiness for the accommodation of the generous public, to whom the proprietors tender their wncere thanks for the liberal encouragement sliowntotlie "Blue Safety Coaches;" and they beg leave to state, that nothing sliaU be left undone to merit an exteiwion of public favor and confidenoe.  Extras furnished at any hours.  C. J. WHITE, Agent.  Sept 12.—tf ^^  ROPOSALS by Mrs. Anne Royal, fof pubUsfli-ing^in the City of Washington, a paper to be  PATO PR Y Î  It wiil cfMnmence on the lut of lïecember next, or.  sooner»and bepubliiAied every Saturdav;. at $2' 5C^e wil. suggest what further evidence maybe re-per annum:one dolfau-trable in adsAic^. Iqtihcd*. J015E1*H WATSQN^  man cement, and whitewashed twiec over, and painted in horizontal Ktripes, 15 feet wide, altcvnafeJv black and white, and furnished with a copper eler trical roil, oi inch in diameter. On the top of the Tower to bean iron lantern, of an octni^on form ; tlif^ po.sts to be 2 incl'.cs .square, to run dn\rn i'eet, and properly fn-cured to the fno'ie wo-'k of the I.tf^t House. Thc height and d'^vmeter of the lantCPrt tt> be sufficient to admit an iron sa .h in eaeli cctogwh— to contain 21 light.s of 14 by 12 glass; the lòVér tier to be fitted with copper ; the rabbets of the lashes to be three quarters of an inch deep, and glazed with dmible glass from tîic New-England Glass Mail-ufactory. In one of the octagons to be an iron-framed door, covered with copper, 4 feet by 2 in the cÌòAr, to shut t*g^t into the rabbets with a .strong tuijuul button. The top to be a dome, fl)tmed by 16 ralXers, concentrating in an iron hoop, 5 irfchcswide,  9 inches «liamett-r, c<»vcred with cojjper 32 ounce» to the sijuare foot, which is to come down and riwt in the piece that forms the top of the sash, which is to be 3 inches wide. On the dome to be a twvcniing' ventilator, 2^ feet long and 15 im:hes diaTP®ter, tjn  which is WilWïioViiîîn vine to hÌS^iì^ì: iron, covered with copper, and Around the lanti^m to b^an  which to be 11 of an inch square, connected by if railings, three quarters of an inch sepiare ; the upper one to be finir feet fi-om the deck. ï'Jic tentecn Co be painted twic*' over with black paint.  The Dwelling HoMseto be of brtck, .';4fcet b't-^O, one stofy, 8 feet in the clear. The foundation òfùté walls to "be sunk as deep as is neccssarr to make ffie-ho«M^ »coure, and laid in limo mni tar. Th© walTsto' bo 20 inches inick. Tfie roof to be rectmgyUr. The house to be divided into two i-ooms, wiifî a chiimJev in the middle, and an entry .six feet wide, in frontoP tlie cliimncy. A fire placé in each room, and do. back orthe chimney. Stairs to leatl from the er into tlie chambers, which are to be partitionetl and lathed and phistered, double floored and nailed. The inside wall and ceiling to be lat'ied ànd pla^ered. Three windows in each room, each io contain 16 lights of 10 by 8 glas-s and one of tïre same size in each chamber. All the timber tn be Georgia nine, and well seasoned. Th» û&ef  to be shingled with good Cynr<'s.s .shingles.-  The doors to be all four paunelU-d; t/) have g»>od hinges and thumb latches and the outside dooB to have a good lock. Attached to the houMC, to be a porch, 14 feet by 12. The walls brick, the sameas tlie house, double floored, tfie inside walls and ciil-ings lathed and filastered, 2 windows, 12 lights catch,  10 by 8. Two doors four p.innelled, i)ne to lead into the hou.sc, ami the ofher ouUddc. The dnojs to have good hinges and thumb latches. A chimuev, with an iron crane, trammels, and hooks. On une side of the chimney an oven, of a middling size, with an ii-ondoor; on the other side a sink, witii a gutt«« to lead Uipough tiie brick wall. The roof to be co\' ei"ed the tame as the house, with ^pouts to lead «àflT the water. An out-house, 5 feet by 4, boarded *iul shingled. All the wood work, inside and oui, tijoq painted twice over.  A cistern to be made ofbrick to hokl notlcss ttïau 800 gallons well plaistereel in.side with Roman Cr-meut. Trunks (o lead the water fiom the giiCÏs, into the cistern.  The Light Uo-ru: to be fitted up fur a IfcvoTv'iig I.ight, with 14 lamps and 1416 inches rcflectorspl^c  .. ,r T 1 r.1 riA »*» J» e^î on two sides of an oblong square. Each reft£<ào-  NoTF..-Mr. John F. Cbrk CDrugSml) at Baniard;s ^ ,pennyïeights of puro si%r.  Hotel, and opposite theCentre Market Pennsylvania ...¡^h a machine or clock, fitid in the Jme manjiV-  Avenue, has tins day a so been apiwmted Agent for; ^ the revolving ligi,ts in Uie United States Ufeiit  the sale of^ie above pla:itcr. ^^^^^ ^^ Wim.low Lew.«!, ^d  ^ • " I-'ght House to be fumislunl with 2 square lamp"^^  flouble tin oil butts 90 gallons each, and every arii-cle usually fumislied the United States Ught Iluuies fittedup by Winslow LewFs.  Prowill also be received at the same Offibe and at the same time, for erecting a I.ight Iloasentiil Dwelling House, with the appurtenatice.s, at the fn trance of the South W^eat Ptuis of the Mi.ssis,sippi ftiv er, of tiie same materials tlimensions ami descrij»fiîMi, with the fallowing variations:—Forty fect from tie commc-ncemcnt ot'tfic brick work on the .sea side to be three openings in the walls, 6 feet by 3 feet 3 iûi^. es, pillars between the openings 2^ feet wi<lc«; in e^U opening lo be wiiron sa»h containing- 15 I'ghtS l-i^v 12 glas?». At the bottom of the opening to be a pliiB-form laid with double boards or 2 ¡n»-h plank, restihjg' on strong joist. The Tow er to be painted in stripes vertical, 6 feet witle, alteniatciy black and whites^ The Lantern to be fitted up with 15 lainp.s »"d JfJ 16 inch reflectors, as a fixed light; within each ofi|c three iron sa.shcs in the Tower, is to be fitted an icOn frame, which is to turn on a pivot for the conrftt* ience of turning the lamp. Three lamps and 3 f6 inch reflectors fitted to each frame; each reflector to have 7 ounces 12 pennyweights of pure silvery to be fiu-iiished with 3 spare lamps. 10 double tin butts and every other article usually furnished it* fitting up tlie United States Light Houses witi tli© patent lamps an«i reflectors.  The whole to he completed in a worknoanllfei I manner by the 1st day of Dcccciber, 1852, and to Pe approved'by such person or persons as shall be yj-pomtedon the part of the Umted States ti» inspect the same.  Payment to be made wlien fhe work sTtall be-^Qjtn-pletcd and approved.  S. Pr.EASO^'Toy, Fiph Jtudifirr aad Jcri>>g ( 'om wVV®»« Oct. 11.—dtp 1_____ vfthe lievûiiie.  ËDWiiv iiinBRirr,  ^EHCBJtNT TAILOR, '  BCTWECT BRBKiJHn's ASD SmuTHKa's Ifoar^-.  f|nAKES this opportunity of iufomiitig^ his fì^iegfl Jl. snH the public, that he has just reuciveel anyel-egant and choice stock of first qualjiv of Ck^v Casmme^, SiÎk, Velvet, and other /a'ncy rest term, with various oflier articles in his Rne^ which he totolSltefap al the sUortPst notice in the wii^aalwroaWe Style, andt  Vite JVew^Englaufí Mafftgvíue.  cosTawTS o» NO. IV. yon ocraaKa, IfJSL  ORIGINAL PAPERS—The Perilous Comfifloa of the Republic—Thirty-Three—Prom the MSS. of a Traveler in the East, No. 4—Bestn.t^.n of La Semillante—The Morality of Macbeth-^l/he I^t of the Cocked Hats—Massachusetts—The Lini^ ing Philosopher, No. 2—Icelaiul and Icelanders— A Week of Frailty-r-Memoir of tlie He v. John "Hpf"-ton Kirkland, D. D. (with a portrait)—Our »Ms Part 2—The Expectation—First BpisÜe to thlfEdi-tors—South Carolina, No. 2.—Transmigrations.  MONTHLY RECORD.—and Síaiistiea. ITnited States—Maine—Vermont—Massachuscits— Connecticut—Pennsylvania—Maryland—"MiifroSi— Tennessee—Missouri—Florida. Literary Notitfa— Annals of Yale College, by Ebenezer Baldwin—Tales of thc Indians—Euloj^ on James Monroe, by J. Q. Adams—The Ruins of*^ Atliens wth other Poettis— The Token, for 1832, bv S. G. Goodrich—The Atlantic Souvenir, for 1832—Thc Tablet-Fest^s Games and Amusements. Universities and CoU^S,  Miscellanies.—Savages &c--Self-Decapitatic^—  ** N. K. System of An-aiigeraenf'—Oiituary N^es, Literary intelligence.  Ivor sa^e by  THOMPSON & IJ<5MAri3» Ocl^20—____Jlgcnh, Wasliii^^n  fjUpHE Plays of Philip Massinger, adapted to i'ami-■ ■ ly Reading, and tlie use of young persons, by the omission of objectional paaaages, inS vob.; being Nos. 1, 2, and 3, of a Dramatic Series of the Family Library'. For sale by COALB & CO.  seveii dt>Qrs eaii of the National Höfel.  Aug. 3  CLAIMS ON DENMARK AND FRANCE.  The subscriber will undertake the preparation of claims in conformity with the regulaUons estab-lishetl by the CommlssioiKt» under tlie treaty with Denmark, and will advocate them before the Board.  In anticipation of a treaty with France, adjusting the claims of our citizens for spoliations he will examine the documents on file in the Stote Department, and to such claimants as may desi^ to employ him,  [ onVta'-rmaldc temi».   

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