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   Washington National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - September 20, 1826, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 Vol. XV.  Wl^^SOAT. SEPTEMBER 20, fftft*  No. 4»  PVBittsUED!BY  GALKfc^ 8EjATOii.  ** pOiLARS—PATAB13 IHAnVAllCX.  __ mkeribmg' for a year, who do not, either at the 'Sgepf ordering the paper, or subsequently, give no-¿¿toftheir wish to ha va the paper discontinued at the miration of their year, yvill be presumed as desiring ¡1* continuance until countermanded, and it will be (yrtmued accordingly, at the ojptian of the editors.  ~~~~~Pub&c sale of FURS in JVew Fork. ff*HB American Far Company will offer for sale, at X• their «tors. No. 8. Vesey strict, on Wednesday, the jth of October next, ttle folio win« Furs and Skins, viz. ' 2,600 Skins Lake Superior Beaver 1,000 do Rocky Jiiountain do? . 3,000 do Missnun and Mississipfu do SSOjDOl'- Muskrut skins, of superior quality 10,000 M. rtir-rr, Racoon skinfe • 4,000 Ov'i-r • dfa •  9,500 Buffitio Robes Catalogues will be ready, and the skins can be seen lod exanined some days before the sale. They wilt be attmS in Tot* tartiit pett&as*«}. Term» will be made tWe day <$ sale'. And on tfve 25* h of October, the Company fastfe,4t4)e same place, the flowing, vi*. 5bi0Q0 shaved Deer Skins 2,000 §utamer do 5.006 Winter do N©W York, Sept- 4—sept. 14-Rill 1st Oct.  will offer  RICHARD S. COXE  HAS removed from Georgetown to the city of Washington, and opened his Office immediately eastward oftheCityHall._ aug H 3awlm  "" NEW BOD&S.  C<SBBETT'S History of tue Reformation in England I and Ireland, in a series of Letters. Price $1 Gaston de Blondeville, a Romance, by Anne Rad-(&W.2 vols. $2 50.  Tibe Contributions of Q. Q. to a-periodical work, win. tome pieces not before published. By the late Jane Taylor, 2 vols $2.  A Sketch of the Internal Condition of the Ü. States of America, and of their Political Relations with Eu fope, by k Russian. $1 25. Colbarn's Arithmetic, 50 cents. Sequel, $1. Christianitgfcand Literature by T. B. Balch, 87i cts, peomies Of turd Byron, $1 25.  Lottery Tickets. Tickets in the Shade Island Grand State Lottery, -Vo-5, tob« drawn THIS DAY, price £4, halves $2, quarters^  Tickets in the Virginia Grand State Lattery, to be 4rawn?7th inst. price $5, shares in proportion. ° Tickets in the Union Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania. fob? drawn 20th inst.  Tickets in the fVaMngton Canal Lottery* to be draw n üfth iast. price $3, sksres in prop .rtion.  JatoeeeivW, aniliw aah-bv J* «ES THOMAS. Georgetown^ Sept. 16—3t  tÓR RENT Ott LÉASE—two or three years,  TLB Houst sow occupied, b* the subscriber, on High street, Georgetown ; «t very desirable situation for a, private famil*, partaking of, the town and country, with a large Gardes, and all Accessary out houses.   t __________, JNO. T. RITCHIE.  - r »épt 1-5—2aw4w__' .  FOR RENT,  A COllMOBilODS two story EBlCfc H^USE, With carrisgf house, stable, &c. complete, near of Washington. Inquire of  JOHN COYLE, Jr. r.Sept. 15—eotf __Capitol Mil)  GOLUSt^tAN COLLEGE; 6. c.  T'llRnext Seswn of this Institution will eommenc. , j . on the 13th instant.  1« ¿Qftsequeuoe at new arrangements, the expenses of a Student, in the College Department, hare been reduced at least ten per cent., ami twenty per -cent, in th* Classical School cohnectwi with the Institution.  Tuitioninthe Classical School reduced to $32 per  SSISMI  Boarding and incidental charges at their actual cost Mr. Bosfils, a gentleman of the first qualifications, will give instruction in the French, Spanish, and Italian Languages and Literature, st $30 per annum.* College Hill, S e pt.~l, 1826 »got 6—4w  PUBLIC SALE.  IN pursuance Of the powers vested in me by a deed executed by Abraham Cltark, on th«* 4th March, 1823, and duly recorded, I shall expose to public stile, at William Ross's Tavern, in the town of Bladeniburg, on the 27' h day of October next at 12 o'clock M. that tract or parcel of Land, near the said town* wbicb was [ conveyed by James W. Brackenridge to the said Abva-Wh C]a*)ci'.«4itt»Hueg two hundretfand two acres. The terms oiadt- kno#n at sale.  Alexandria, sept —2!&Wts COLIN Atilft.  THE soBscriber hiJo^^^ftoito tlto WjprtmrfCwt of Washington County.Dastriot of Columbia, letters of administration de bonis non, on the personal estate of Walter Hellen deceased, and is empowered to attend a lib usineSS relating to the sante.  JOHNSON HELLEN, sept 12-w3w_- Atiministrator.  Office of tub Commissioners of thlb Citt Hall. Sept. 16, 1826. pROPOSALd will be reenved at this rffice until  11  FOR RENT.  A comfortable Dwelling House, suitable for a small family, in the-vicinity of tae Capitol, recently occupied by Mr. David Pancoast • To a good tenant the jrent will be low. For further information s^rfy td Uf. n. FaKCOAST, ion First sfrcet East, or to - JAMES LARNEl),  d3tSceotf _14tl) s^eet Went.  FOR RENT,  THE House adjoining the one in the occu-. paney ofMr- George Taylor, and formerly oc-"by Thomas. Cook, EBq. Also, the two new HotUeson F and H streets, which houses will be ready Ibr toe reception of tenants by the 1st of September.  AUoi tBe house lately occupied by ThomaB Cook, Esq. ftQe'ofgctown, fronting Jefferson street.  Tti^e Houses are eligibly situated and in good re-1 pMr. t»ersotj8 wishing to rent »ill pleast applv to Mr. CHARLES VINSON, or JOHNSON HELLEN^ Esq.  belt bkasheaus, JOHN COOK, Executors of Thomas Co jk, dee'd.  FG^l RENT.  Tbfitwosplicio^S and commodious dwelling HQDSESifituated'dAK Street, near the Lower  ____,./o»er Rock Creek, city of Washington. The  ttsfliertiKconvenient, rod can accommodatt- large families. Thb pecessary repiiirs to make the Houses comfortable, will be made tn good tenants. On ths lots are SUbVeS^ Carriage HooSeS, and Ice HouSe. These Bouses ate the same which were at one period occupied by Mr. Msbkt. the Minister of Gre^t Britain. Pos-«esawn giveri the 1st proximo; Apply to JAMES KIN-CA|D, Georgetown. Jftlyg 3tawtf_■ ,  FOR RENT.  Of thrfce anvail Farnis'in the vicinity of the city,  £ *  r (»Tth right of fuel) raay l>e had, by Unity tenants, tt pp$b rent ctaarge as will gufficr to cover the tax as-ptgpments and repairs. Alst\ Squares and Lots in the «ity an^ be had at the rent charge of tlieir yearly taxes * A(yi>Jy to the subscriber, (at Mr. ciapp'a, a' the Wash-toCtOo Houses, in North Capita! street,) who also has Spaaie, on the most liberal terms of credit, Lots and of unexceptionable title, in all the wards of  the city.  sept 13—eoSw_JAMES GRF.ENLPAF.  THE SUBSCRIBER  OFFERS for sale, at his iiivery Stable, adjoining the Bath house 1 , ¿j  Jl handsome Carryall, with plated Harness, •fl very neat and genteel, and in complete order. jVily iS—eotf JOHN BROWN.  o'clock A. M. on the 23d instant, for enclosing the square on which ttie City Hall stands with a neat fence, such as that around the square bordering on the new Canal—the materials to be of the best quality-state the price per foot running measar«-. Also, for painting the jame with three coats of paint.  JOHN F. INGLE, sept 18-—d_Srctetary.  PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER.  THE subscribers have for sale, on account of the manufacturer — 514 reams superfine medium siée printing paper 1400 do middle quality do 1100 do coarse do  400 do Columbian }  500 do imperial £ for Newspaper printing 435 do Super-royal j 360 do superfine super-royal 180 do do royal  430! do common do 70 do double cap 70 do first quality copper-plate paper IS. do do drawing paper, various sizes 130 do blue medium 200 do do cap  200 do ' colored paper,, buff, tea, red, green, &c. 60 grâce blue and white bonnet board 20 do brown do  £ do white do  10 to«s binders', bandbox, and trunk board« Hardware, Kentish cap, and wrapping paper of  every description Writing Paper, iir.pertail, super-royal, royal, medium, a<>d demi s'z» 500 reams cap, in flats,, Nos, 1. 2, ¡md 3 800 do do folded and cut, Nos. 1 and 2 600 do do co;umTin quality  10 cusc-s firs» quali') 4'o post  11 do No. 2, do 150 reams No. 3, do  10 boxes folio post 200 reams do fur bank checks. Constantly on hand, paper of every description.  ROBT. Si GEO. BARTOW, 7 and 9 BUrling-Sli,., New Ywk. 03* We will also contract, in behalf of the manufac turer, to make arçy kind or quantity of paper, as well ax to supply newspaper establishments throughout the year, on the most favorable terms, sept 14—ThS&Tu 3w  MARSHAL»« SALE.  rN virtue and by authority of two writs of fieri facias, »sued from the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of this District, for the county'of Washington, to me directed, 1 shall expose to public sale, for cash,-«m Tuesday, the 12th day of September next, the following de scribed lands, and tenements, and all the right, title, claim, and interest, of Hargarrt llaltzer, of, in, and to the same, viz 1 part of Lot No. 15-ln old Georgetown, fronting 66 feet on Bridge street, and rUnningback 120 feet, with the improvements thereon, being a two story Brick Hous» &e. s  Fart of Lot No. 4l, in old Georgetown, about 120 feet on Market space, now Potomac street, and about 77 feet deep, with the improvements thereon, being four Frame Houses; Fart of Lot No. 84 in Beatty auJ Hawkins's Addition to Georgetown, fronting S5 feet on First street, and 150 feet deep; Lot No. 11, and part of Lot No. 12, in the slip, about 123 feet on (load street} also, part of a tract of Land, eallecj the Rock of Dtinbarton, lying in the county of 'Washington, and formerly the property of Thomas Beall, of George, containing about five acres, and adjoining the tost ai)ove mentioned lots. Seized and taken in execution a9 the estat»* and property of Margaret Baitzer. and frill be sold to satisfy d'-'bts due from her to Jobl*: Kawling and Joht) Bawling, Jr. use of Tiffany, Haymafc, k Co. »ale to be fnoct of ^XiK^lJSc*^ 6 « deacri -fironti ng on Bridge street, and to cdmmence at 4 o'clock P.  TENCH RINGGOI.D, tag 11—is Marshal I). C.  tBT* The abnve sale is postponsd until Friday, the 22il instant. ¡Same hour and place.  TENCH RINGGOLD, aep IS—dta._ Marshal D. C'  MARSHAL'S SALE.  IN virtue and by authority of four writs of'fieri facias, issued from the Olrrk's Office of the Circuit Com* of this District, for the county of Washington, to me directed, I shall expose to public sale for caslj, on Friday, the 13/ h duy of October next, the following described Lands and Tenements, viz : part of lot No. 228. in Beatty & Hawkins' addition to Georgetown, fronting 22 fe«-t on Frederick street ; part of lot No. 233, in said addition to Georgetown, fronting 105 feet, more or less, on Seventh street, with the improvements thereon. —Seize.! and taken in execution, in virtue of the following writs of fieri facias, against William Y. Wetzel, Adam L. Mills, Daniel Runner, and Jehn llnltzman; two at the suit of Margaret Baitzer, one a- the suit of | Louisa Baitzer, >nd one at the suit of William Thompson, Jr. ¿nd Elizabeth his wife,—and will be sold to satisfy said debts Sale to be in front of the Union Tavern iu Georgvtoton, and to commence at 4 o'clock, P.M.  TENCH RINGGOl D, sep. 14.—dts Marshal D. C.  150  FOR RENT.  THE STORE HOl'SE heretofore occapied by the late Mr. John Hodges; (of Thomas) in Upper Marlboro', will be rented tiie ensuing year. Any person wishing to obtain it, will apply to the subscriber immediately. Possession will be given on the first day of October next Io the SttOre House, which is largt-and co'.imodious, and one of the best stands fur business in the place, is attached a large Granary.  sept. 14. ~2awsf JOHN HODGES  TRUSTEE'S SALE. "  IN pursuance of a decree made by Montgomery county Court, sitting as a Court of Chancery, at July Term, 1826. the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at public sale, at the Tavern of Abraham Dawson, in the town of Rockvill':. on Satuidsy, the 14»h day of October nex', th; following TRACTS Op LAND, lying in said county, and bordering on the river Potomac : " Long Acre," containing 48^ acres, and " Variation,' containing 19j. 'This land is of the best quality, and heavily timbered. Terms of Sale—The purchaser to pay two hundred dollars oit thè day of salV ; the residue sit twelve and eigbtern months, giving notes, with good sreurity. sept 13 - Stawts. JNO. A. SMITH,Trustee.  WASHINGTON COFFEJE HOUSE.  rBÈ subscriber begs leave tn inform the public that hfe has tikén thjit "well known stand on Tenth Street, formerly occupied by Mr. LETOUHNO, and is now fitting it up io a style of comfort and convenience calculated to please the epicure, as well as all others who may favor him With a call. His Bar wtB be furnished With the bést df Wines, Liquors, Ale, &c. that can be procured in this tot any ofthe northern cìfies. Itatisbaa, Soups, Mutton Qhops, Beef Stake«, &c. prepared at the shortest notice, and in the French and English style. He also assures those gentlemen wbo may favor him with their custom, that disorderly company vili not be permitted to visit t^iis establishment. In order U> render this establishment more comfortable, he is now adding anrthsr building, which will be completed in the course of five orsik weeks, giving, among other conveniences, a dining rbotn near one hundred feet in length, sept 6—tf. __JOHN P. PENNEY.  HUGH SMITH & CO.  Hatie received by the thip Shenandoah, from Liverpool, CRATF.S and hogsheads CHINA, GLASS, and EARTHENWARE, PIPES in boxes, and Plated CASTOKS.  These, with their former stock on hand, enable them to offer a very large and extensive assortment, and as usual, at the lowest current prices, wholesale and retail-ALSO,  Constantly on band, a general assortment of STONE WAR« snd WINDOW GLAD'S, 8 by 10, and 10 by 12. Alexandria, Aufr 31—2aw3w  MONEY FOUND.  i SUM OF MONEY found :n the streeU wbicb the -wner can have by giving a satisfactory description ofthe same. Inquire at No. 1, Light-street wharf. Baltimore, Sept. 8—2aw4w  PATENTS.  4PPL1CANTS for Patent Rights, from different f.arts of ills country, miy procure t):e r.ecessary Drawings ot Vtodel», and also the Writings and Specifications, by applying to the sub*crjber, at bis resilience, Pennsylvania Avenue, four door« West from 9th street, Washington ciiy. june 20—dtf___3. WOOD. Artist.  NEGROES WANTED.  PERSONS wishing to dispose of Negroes from 10 to 25 years of age, (both sexes,) can obtain the cash for them, by applying to the subscriber, two doors east of the Union Tavern Stage Office, Bridge street, Georgetown.  JOHN 9. nUTCH'JRSON. N. B. A smart likely GIRL, 11 to 13 yews of age, would be desirable. She is not wanted to go out of Georgetown. J. S. H. sept 6—dtf_________  I OR SALE,  THAT beautiful Fa mi, the property of Samuel Ham bletun, Bsq. near Lackland's Mill, Montgomery County, Maryland, distant from Georgetown and Washington C.ty .-»bout 17 miles, containing about four hundred and forty acres. The Dwelling and Farm Houses are in-good repair, a pump of good water adjoining the Barn Yard; the Orchards extensive, producing fruit of excellent quality ; »everal acres well set in orchard grass, and very productive.  The title {• ^ri'ect.'abd the land free from incumbrance. Possession :• My be had in November next, or snoner, if required.  v   On unques:¡enable security, a long credit will be given for thrr-e-fourths of the purchase money. If not sold by the 20th October, it will be for rent. All or ai<y part ofthe fine siock now on the farm (being ol improved breeds, selected by the owner with great care) may be had with it. Apply to  LEWIS G. DAVIDSON, Agent. Georgetown, sept 7—e<;5w  QTJ* The Political Examiner, Fredericktown 1 and Maryland Journal, Rockville ; will insert the above advertisement once a w eek for five weeks, and send their account' to this Office for payment.  FARM WANTED.  T3Rsubscriber wishesto-RENT A FARM for a term Of years, (viz. from four to five hundred acres, more the bind tnust be good, and adapted to the , of clover by piaster, with the necessary impTove-lon it for a form of thât size. A letter directed to r,'living near Washington City, will be at-tended to. JOI& DOBBYN sept g—eotf.__. _  PUBLlfc SALE.   1  of the Orphans!' Court of Prince George's ft be offered at public side, on Thurs-. of 8epte*jb«r next, if fiur, if not, the next  fiur d»y« the^residue of the personal estate of Captain Ssel l3e«tl^ Jate of said eqtuntjr, deceased, consisting at •drenteen.llkelyyoung NEGROES.  Tmi of saie^-Nine montAs credit, purchaser or • ntfenaMra^iyi^ bond, With approved security, bear a« int^re^ £rafla the dnr of sale. Sale ta commence ttlOWcluck. KICKARD BR ALL, aad  , & A. BAHNES,  w^w Executors.  NOTICE.  fjlHE subscriber infortts all visiters to his Vineyard, S that it is expected that no One will pick grapes off of Lhe dusters, »either take any without leave; as there ar&courr vines he wishes for a time to leave nntoucbed. Grapfes will be given to visiters to. «at, and they can be supplied with any quantBtr, at twelve and a h»lj cent* per pound, to taikfe nodSei *th them, and wine at v,x cfollars per dozen bottlei and not ten ikon half a rfow» ■wiUbe ditpotedaf at atone, except to the sick. And visiters are further respectfully informed, that their male tervant1 and coa^ftmen cannot be permuted to come DfUhin the vote, e*pecia(lg bUuk one», as there is no bearing *itb rheimolenee and impudence ofthe latter, they having wltb-m th« se two days plundered a vine betweefe the gate and the how qf at l«a«i half a bushel «f grapes, while the subscriber was Jihowing hU vi ieyand to some laidies and reotlemen visiters j apd it was a viae he wished to nrewrfre entlre. to all^ (lo those ladtes knd ^htleffien who are t*'o age^ tike a walk through the vmeysO^) a sample df a gfceat pirt of it. ^  No person» can hi permitted %o go into the vineyard  ^fewSw JOHN APLtfif.  CHEAP FALL GOODS.  THE subscriber has just received a new assortment of cheap Fall Goods ; amongst which are— Brussels, Venetian, Ingrained, and Hemp Carpeting«, unusually cheap Oil Cloths, for floors and tables Silk, Worsted, and Cottoh Fringes Scarlet, blue, yellow, crimson, and green Moreens Hearth Rugs, of various qualities Fine Silesia Sbeetkifrs (moch superior to Irish) Counterpanes  Damask Tablecloths and Napkins Diapers, Merino Shawls, Stc. With a general assortment of Woollen, Cotton, and  Silk Goods. ......  THOS. W. PAIRO, Washington, Penn. Avenue, near 11th street, sept 15—31DP&.UCP  PUBLIC SALE.  UNDER the authority of a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, sitting as a Court of Chancery for Washington county, I sell at public auction, on Saturday, the thirteenth day of October nfext, at 4 o'clock, P. »4. on the premises, the East uioi ety or half part of lot 3, in square No. 431, in the City of Washington, with the buildings, appurtenances, and improvements. The improvements consist of a two btory brick dwelling bouse, 8cc.  The sale will be on a credit of three, six, and nine months. Purchase money to be secured by bortda, with «rod security, bearing interest from the day of sale.  K  A. BRADi EY, Jr. Trustee.  The creditors of John Erskine, late of t^he Gity of Washington, deceased, are faeue^ notified to present , heir claims to the subscriber one tfeok previous to the sbovertfcmedday of sale. A. BRADLEY. Jr.  eept 14—ects Trustee.  O/fkzafthc Commissary General gf 8ub*i$tenceA Washington, Juhj l, 1B££  SKPARATB Proposals will be received at this office until the first day of October next, foMhe depyery of provisions for the use of the troops of the United States, to be delivered in bulk, upon ioQpeotlon, <a Allows :  Jit New Or ¿cats. 240 barrels of Pork 500 barrels'fresh fine Flonr 3200 gallons good proof Whiskey 2-0 bushels good sound Beans 3520 pounds good hard Soap 1600 pounds good JunttaìlowJCaodle^ tKÙk Cotton wicks  56 bushels good clean Salt 900 gallon&good Cider Vinegar. <  One-fourth m the first day of June, 1827^ / OueJourtli on the first day of October, 182?» One-fourth on the first day of December, 1827-And the remainder on the first day of llarch, 1823.  Jit Pensatola, 600 barrels of Pork 1250 barrets of fresh ftnefPtosy 8000 gallons of good proof Wbiskey 550 busliels of good sound Beam 8800 pounds of good bard Soap 4000 pounds of good hard tallow Ca*dl<n,vifh eottfln wicks »  140 bushels of good clean Sa& 2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. One fourth on the first day of June, 1827-One-fourth on the first day of October, 1827. One-fourth on the first day of December, 18 And the remainder on the first day of March, 1828.  Jit Natchitoches ¿Red Rivet. 400 barrels of Pork , 800 barrels of fresh fine Flour 6000 cai Ions of good proof Whiskey 360 bushels of good sound Beans 6600 pounds of good hard &oap 3500 pounds of good hard tallow Candle«, with cotton wicks 150 bushels of good clean Salt 1400 gallono of good cider Vinegar-Two-thirds on the first day of March 1327, and the remainder on the first day of December, 18SC- •  At Cantonment Gibson, mouth of th* VrrtRgriSe,  150 miles above Fort Smith, Arkamaw.  400 barrels of Pork 800 do of fresh fine Flour ,6000 gallons of good proof Whiskey 360 bushels good sound Beans 6600 pounds good hard Soap  3500 do of good hard tallow Candle«, will» cotton wicks  150 bushels of good clean Salt 1400 gallons of good cider Vinegar The whole to be delivered 00 the first day of Jilrie, 1827.  At St. Lows, or within 20 miles of Hat ptitct  880 barrels of Pork 1800 do. of fresh fire Flour 12000 gallons of good proof WbisfcQr  800 bushels of good sound Beans 13000 pounds of good hard Soap 6000 do of good hard tallow Candle», with cotton wicks  3t>0 bushels of good clean Salt 3600 gallons of good cider Vinegar One-fourth on the 1st of June, 1827». One-fourth on the 1st of September, 1827, One^-fourai on the 1st of December, 1827, Aod the remainder on the 15th of March, 1823.  Jit Council Bluffs, Mi sa our h  2000 barrels of fresh fine Flour 15000 gallons of good proof Whiskey  900 bushels of good sound Beans 13000 pounds of god hard Soap 6000 do of good hard tallow Candles, cattDn wicks  3500 gallons of good cider Vinegar  300 bushels of good clean Salt-T^be whole on the 15th of Jane, 1827.  At Fort Armstrong, JBissisai0i, 150 barrels of Pork 300 do of Flour 1700 gallop of Whiskey  110 bushels of Beans 1000 poondi of good hard Soap 800 do of good hard tallow Caddr®, W'tU cDiJOn wicks  50 bushels of Kood clean Salt The whole on the 1st of June, 1827.  At St. Peter's, Mississippi^ 420 barrels of Pork 750 do offresti fine Flour 5760 gallons of good proof Whiskey 6000 pounds of good hard Soap 32D0 do of good hard tallow Candles, with cctton wicks  lOO bushels of good clean Salt ]jOO gallons of good cider Vinegar The whole on the 15Lh day of June, 1827.  At Green Bay.  250 barrels of Pork 500 barrels of fresh fine Flour 4000 gallons of good proof Whiskey 260 bushels good sound Beans 40iX) pounds good hard Soap 1800 pounds good hard tallow Candle«, with cattDn wicks  100 bushels good clean Salt 1000 gallons good Cider Vinegar One half on the first day of June, 1B27, and tire re-mainder on the 30th day of June. 1827. At the Sault de St. Jftarie, Outlet of Lake Superior. 250 barrels of Pork 500 do fresh fine Flour 4000 gallons good proof Whiskey  260 bushels good sound Beans 4000 pounds good hard Soap  1800 do good hard tallow Candies, wiih cotton wicks  100 bushels g°°d clean Salt 1000 gallons good cider Vinegar One half on the first day of June, 1827 The remainder on the thirtieth of Ju;ie, 1827.  At Mackinack. 75 barrels of Pork 150 do fresh fine Hour 1000 gallons good proof Whiskey  70 bushels good sound Beans 1000 pounds good hard Soap 500 do good h^rd tallow Candles, with cotton wicks  20 bushels good clean Salt 300 gallons good cider Vinegar One half on the first day of Junè, 18^7 The remainder on the 30th of June, 18^.  At Saoktlt's Hdtrbor. 60 barrels of Pork 125 do fresh fine Floor 800 gallons good proof Whiskey  55 bushels good sound Beans 880 pooads good hard Soap 400 do good h4pd*al|ow Candles, with Cotton wicks  1   15 bushel» good clean Salt 225 gallons good cider Vinegar One fourth on the -first day of Jane, 1827 One fourth on the first day of September, 1327  Ono fourth on the first of December. 1627 Attd tafc remainder on the first dav of March, X82&.  At Bo$ton. 240 Barrels of Pork. N<>. 1, full hoflpefl 500 do fresh fine Flour 4000 gallons good proof Whiskey 260 bo she Is good sound Be«tnB 3420 pounds good hard Sosp leoo do good hard Tallow Candles, wIYu cuttfin wicks  60 bushels good clean Salt 1300 gallons good Cider Vinegar. One-fourth on the first day ©f June, 182/, One-fourth on the first day of September, 182", One fourth onthe first day of December, 1827, and The remainder ow the first day of March, 1828.  At New York. 400 barrels o New York mess Pork '  800 do fresi I fine Flour 5600 gallons good proof Whiskey 350 bushels gooc 1  sound Beans 6000 pounds good hard Soap  ppuod good l^u-d Tallo w Ctttuiles, with cotton ». • wicks  100 bushels good clean Salt 1600 gallons good Cider ^Ufcegar. One-fourth on ti>e first dav oftSune, 1827 ; One-fourth qn the first day of SBj^etpber, 1827 ; One-fourth on the first day} of December, 1827, aad The remainder on the^ first day of March, 1828.  At Fort Delaware. 60 barrels of Pork .125 do fresh fine Flour 800 gallons good proof Whiskey 55 bushels good sound Beans 880 pounds good hard Soap  400 do good hard la. I Low Candles, with d&ttoa wicks  14 bushels good clean Salt 225 gallon»good Cider Vinegar. One-fourth on the first day of June, 1827, One-fourth 011 the first day of September, 1827", One-fonrth on the first day of December, 1827, and The remainder on the first day of March, 1828.  At Baltimore. \20 barrels of Baltimore packed prime Pork 250 do fresh fine Howard street Klour 1600 gallons good proof Whiskey  110 bushels good sound Beana 1760 pounds good hard Soap 800 do good hard Tallow Candles, with cotton wicks  f28 bushels good clean Salt 450 gallons good Cider Vin«-gar. One-fonrt|fron the^rst dqj-of Jone, 1827 One-fourth on the first day of September, 1827 One-fourth on the first <1ay of December, 1827. and The remainder on t ie first day of March, 1528.  At Fort 60 barrels of Pork 125 do fresh fine Floor 800 ¡»lions good proof Whiskey 55 bushel« good sound Beans 880 pounds good hard Soap  400 pounds good hard Tallow Cttodles, \fciih cOttan wicks  14 bushels good-riean Salt 225 gallons good Cider Vinegar. One-fourth, on the first dav of June, 1827 One-fourth on the tirst day of September, 18-7 One-fourth on the first day of December, 1827, and The remainder on the first dav of March, 1S2&.  At Old Point Comfort.  889 barrels of Pork 1800 bam Is  0 r fresh fine Flour 11760 gallons of good pro-.if \Vh : skey  Washington,  800 bushels ot g-ood s :un'l lieans 12900 pounds of g-ood hard Soap 5S60 poundsgcod bird uUow Cmdfes, with cotton wicks  200 bushels of good ch nn Salt 3300 gallons of good c'rde: Vin?gttr One fourth on th« IstrUy of Juue, I8J7, One fourth 011 the 1st d -y of Sept. 182<", One fourth on the 1st tiny of Oec. 1827, And lhe remainder on ihe 1st day of March, 1828.  At the V. S. Arsfnal, r.eur Richmond. 6'J barrels ot Pork 125 barrels of tresh fint: Flour 8C*0 gallons of goni prool Whiskey 55 bushels of good sourd Hcans 880 pounds of good hard Soap 400 pounds of gooU tihrd uliow Candies, w-ifb cotton wicks 14 bushcb of good c!ei>n Salt 225 gallons of gc.>d cider Vinegar One fourth on the ist day of June, One fourth on the 1st d.iy of Sept. 1837, One fourth on the 1st day of Dec. Ib27, And the remainder on tlie li', day of March, 13JS.  Jll SmilhiMc, N. C.  60 barrels of l'or'* 125 da of frt-sh fire F!<v:r 80O gallons of ^ood prool Whiskey  55 bushels of p-ooa mhìik! Ucaii* 880 pounds of good li^r ' iioap 400 do of good hard Uliow Candies wii cotton wicks 14 bushels of rnod r!can Srdt 225 gallonici Kuod c.i'er Vinegar One fourth on the 1st d y -.f June, 18C7, One fourth on the 1st day o! Hc;>t. 1S'.\\ !  One fourth on the 1st day of Dec. 1S27, And the remainder on the iai day cf JJurcc, I'SiS.  Jit C/iar'eslou, S. C. 120 barrels of Pork 250 do ofi'resh line r'ioor 1600 gallons of good proof whiskey  110 bushels of good sound Bcjins 1760 pounds of good hard Soap 80b do of good hard tallow Candle«, with cotton wicks 28 bushels of good clean Salt 450 gallons of good cider Vinegar One fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827, One fourth on the 1st Ay of Sepi. 1827, One fourth on the 1st day of Dec. 1827, And the remainder .on the 1st day of March, 1853.  At Savannah, Georgia. 120 barrels of Pork 250 barrels of fre6h fine Flour 1600 gallons cf good proof Whiskey  110 bushels of good sound Beans 1760 pounda at good hard Soap 800 pounds of good hard tallow Cv»dle% vàUi cotton wicks 28 bushels good clean Salt 450 gaHons of good cider Vinegar One4burth on the first «lay of June, 1827 One.fourih on the first day of Se ptember, 1827 Qae-founh on the first day of December, 1827 And the remainder on tlie first day of Mircb, 1828.  At Augusta, Georgia. 60 barrels of Pork 125 barrels of fresh fine Floor 800 gallons cf good proof Whiskey 55 bushels of good sound Beans 800 pounds of good hard Soap 400 pounds of good hard tailow Candles, witji cot-ton wick3 14 bushels cf pood plean Salt 225 gallons of goojl cider Vinegar One-fourth on the first day of June, 1827 One-fourth on the first day of September, 1827 One-fourth on the first day of Deoeoiber, 1827 ^ And the remainder on the first (lay cf March, 1828.  At St. Augastint. 60 barrels of Pork ' 125 barrels of fxesh fine Fiour - * 800 gallons: of good ptoof Whisky  55 bushels of good-jound: Beans ' «  880 pounds,oC go6d hard Soap y  4C0 pounds of good hard t^lloy Candles, with cotton wicks ■ 14 bushels of gdod clean Salt 225 gallons of good cider Vinegar One-fourth on the first day of June, 1 S'2 One-fourth on the firit day of September, 1827 One-fourth on the fiust day ^f December, 1827 -And the remainder on the first day of March, 162&  It is understood that the Pork to be contracted for (except at the depots at Boston, New York, and Wlti-rnare. where the quality is otherwise designated) Jrto consist of an entire hag- Co (he barrel, except feet, ear?, and snout, which are inadmissible. Should t^iiog be of less weight than 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made up of good fat side pieces. No morethafltone head is allowed to a barrel of pork. The contractor may, at iiis option, exclude the ham% and make up t&ejteii-ciei>cy with good side pieces.  The Candles to be made of good hard fallow, wlStcot, ton wicks.  The Pork, Beano, Flour, Whiskey, Salt, aad Vinegar, must be delivered in strong and secure bantsls, andrthp and Candles in strong and secure boxes, of a convenient size for transportation.  The Pork, Whiskey, Vinegar, and Ftour, i^ sealed heart of white oak barrels; the Pork in barrels foil hooped.  The Pork contracted for, to be delivered at NaU: Tut inches, Cantonment Gibson, Council Blurts, St. Luui»,N#w Orleans, Fort Arv ^ trong, and St. Peter's, to be cavefully picked with Turks Island salt. Ths pitces not to exceed 10 [.oundsin weight.  The provisions, are to be inspected al the time of delivery, and the contractor to be liable for tiie expense of inspecting, and all other expenses, unti! they are safrfy delivered at such store houses as may be designated by the United States' Agent. The privilege is reservedty the United States of increasing or diminishing the quantities to be delivered, one-third, on givingtiO days' previous notice.  The provisions to be delivered at Council Bluffs, f%rt Armstrong,and St. Peter's, must pass St Louis, for tfieir ultimate destination by the 5th April, 1827, aiidj . iftojl-tracted for above that post, they must.be on biypji boats and ready for transportation by that period ; a fail-, ure in tbis particular will be considered a breach of co«^ tract, and the Department will be authorized to purflhase to supply the deficiency.  4   The power is reserved by tfce Commissary Gener3>of Subsistence, of reducing the quantities, or of dispensing with one or more articles of subsistence, at all the posts, at anv time before entering into contract, ahd fliis prik '/-lege in reserved independently of that of reducing one-third, on giving sixty days' notice previously to each de-livery. But it is probable that no alteration or reduction will take place previous to the contract's being made.  No advances will be made in any case whatever, but; payment will be made only on evidence being produced at this office of the delivery and inspection.  It is expressly understood, that at all the depots a Til stations, the salt is to be received by ideasurement of thirty-two quarts to the bushel.  When a bid is accepted, and not'.cc thereof jfiven to the person making the bid, refusal or neglect oi>his part to give good and sufficient security within a reasonable time, to be specified by this Department, it will then be at the option of this Department to consider the contract forfeited or not.  It is required, that persons making proposals, who are unknown 'n tills Department, mmt accompany their ImcTs by letters recommendatory, from ^gentlemen of respectability, who are known to the Government. All bids unaccompanied by such letters will not be received.  It is desirable that all proposals made, be sealed in a separate envelope, and marked "Proposals for furnishing Army Subsistence."  Payment to be made in drafts on the Department at Washington, or some Ailamtic city, or in Treasury drafts 011 specie paying banks to fbe W^btwurd.  CEO. GIUSOX, July 4—eot Oct Com. Genl. of Subsistence.  -r*  STATIONERY.  rff^HE subscribers have just received from ^Tew York, jL per sloop Cbauncey, a fresh supply of WIUTLXJi PAPER and STATIONERY, vir :  Writing, Medium,DemV, best Vellum l-'oolscap. Quarto Post, Folio Post, Etc. Q.u i lis, Wafers, Tape, Lead Pencils, Silver Pencil Cases, Penknives, tndia tCubber, Uluck Sand Boxes, Wafer Stamps. Pounce, PouncelloX\ i es, India Ink, assorted Water Colors, Visiting Qacds, ! Pocket Books, Wallets, Note Ca^es, assorted Inkstands, States, red and black Ink and Ink Powder, SeaBng Wax, Ivory und Bone Koklcrs, Japan Recording Ink, Parchments, Gunter's Scales and Dividers, States aod Pencils, Office Wafers, Stc. Sic. Also, a few of&owlet'a Interest Tables, at $3 50 and S3 00.  llookbinding executed on reasonable tertns, and in the must workman-like manner.  N. B. The subscribers are prepared to suppiv the public OfSces with every tiling in t:ieir linf. Blank Uooks made with spring backs, sjver plated guarus and rivets, on reasonable terms.  Muaic.  Just received, 50 Rooks Music, cu:ita¡nin¿j 134 ps^ts, mostly new, price £5 00.  ESTE U PRENTISS, 7—,'tawlm 1'enn Aicime.  ' GENERAL POS'lTimcÉ" ~~~  August 10, "MSfj.  ÍN addition to the Proposals already invited for carrying the Mail, Uo be r c c«ivcd at this Office until' 12th October next,) separate proposals will be received fur transporting the >1 ait three tintes ¿ veek upon the land rotrteibetween Alexandria, Occoquan, pumffies, Aquia, Stimbrel, Falmouth, and Fredericksburg, Va.  Proposals will also be received for the weekly transportation of the Mail between Knoxville, Upson e. V, Pike c. b., Zcbulou, aod Fayette, c. h., Georgia, aug 11— _  ^ L RUS t ÉE'á SALE? ~  ON die 22d day of August next, I shall orfVr for ¡tSbtj at public auction, on the premises. Lot E in lhe subdivision of lots 2 aod 3 in Square 322, frcntihg on 12th street, in the city of Washington.  Terms of sale—one-third cash, the residue at eftíf e and six months, equal payments. Notes, with goed endorsers, bearing interest from date, will be required. Sale on the premisas at 4 o'clock P. M.  JOS. H. BRADLEY, Trustee, in UiC yice of John Law, d^il. june 21—íawt-l -M. POOR, Auctioneer.  (CT* The above sale is ptJstpcned to Fritjay, the 22d September, same hour aad place, c aag 23—wis .IOS. H. BRADLEY, 1'ru^e  Prince George-s county Court, sitting tu a Çourt of Equity, June Term,1826. r  ORDERED by tiie Court, that the report of the sale made by Alexander Mondell, Trusfee for. thé aie ofthe real estate of Levin T. Gibbons, be confirmed, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or -before the first Monday in October next : Provided a copy of this order be inserted in the National Irtetligençer occ« a week for three successive weeks before die eaidU« mentioned day. The trustee reports the land tu have sold for live dollars and fifty-one teftts per acre.  EDMUXB KJiY True Copy—Test, AQU!LA BJETALl., Clerk j eeptlS—wSv.' o   

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