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   Washington National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 15, 1827, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 \' OL. .  pudlished dy  GALES SEATON.  »mei rm > »«a®» tki» nottabu ; roB six *ohths, aix  ' iioll4hs—patab^k iw akvakck.  TTicse subscribing for a year, who do not, «Ulter at the tinjf of "r'lcrinir the paper, or subsequently, pive no-ÙCÌ of thfir wish to have the paper discontinu«J at the (iuif»tion of their year, will be presumed as desirtag id continuance until countermanded, and it will be coBtinued accordinirlY, at tbe^gtion of the editors.  copprr.  rlEAVALON COM|'ANYIjave on hand, and in-ttnHcoisUntly to keep, at their Warehouse, cor« nerof Prstt a'd Light streets, Baltirr-^re,  A completi- an i frenerai assortment of B'tAZlERS, bolt and SHEATHING COl'PEU, and COPPEH kails, manufactured at their uorks, upoo Patapsco, getr(his City. .  The extent and power of their works are Such, that the nioft extensive orders can be pron»ptlv supplied, ¿pplyto EVAN v. ELLICOTT, Apent. oet d2m ( lowoal.)_  ' trust sat.e.  UyDBR the authority of a d««d of trosl made to the MbKrtbers, by Alexander Henderson, of Wood CesBty, and his wife, for the benefit- of Richard n. Hendenon and others, daled the 11th of December, lUas, andrecortVrd in the Clerk's Office of said Coun-ty Conrt of Wood, deed book No. 6, pajre 651, wiH be offered for sale, for cash, before the front door of the Court Hoase, in Leesburg, Loudoun Couniy, Virginia, on the 26ih day of January, 1828, ihe Tract of Land in said dee<l described.  This is one of the finest Farms in all Western Vir ginia^and, it altogether, none is known more at tnetire. It is situate in ^he County of Wood, imme-¿lately on ibe Ohio ; and consis's ui' upwards of 400 teres of rÉch bollosa, bes:dc the hill laud adjotninfr. Thebt>'torn is all c!e.<red, and in cultivativn, and yietdj the moat abundant ctops : it is about half a mile wide, sod oever overflows.  The improveaients are excellent ; a larf^e, new, and Goomojinus brick Dwelling, a spacious Ba>n, <Ht(li-bmiK, &c. ; exicnsive Orchards of choice Fruits, lad fint rate Meadow«, The esUle is sitnate about 12 dUm above Marietta, and 24 above Paritersbut^. A pMd market for its smaller productions is afforded by the baau which continuaUy ply before it ; and one of tb« routc^ examine4 for the projected Baltioiore Rail Boad strike« the Ohio at this estate. The ls»a»d« ia front of 'he tract, as described in làe deed, will br sold ttitb it.  A dinner, a grazier, or an active man of busine.-», »onUI find this place every way worth his inquiry ; and, for picturesque beauty of s.tuation and prospect'it » al-imst unrivalled. The undersif^ed oonvcy the »Ale rested in tbem, which is belicveil to be perfectiy sound.  ERASMUS G. HAMILTON, JAMES MolLHANY. Lissburg, 25tbOot. 1837—oct S7- -dta (C The American Friend, Marietta, Ohio, will pub-Utb ttie above and send tneir accounts to G. & S. for ftrment. ___^_  a good stand for rent.  the oew White HOUSE corner of E and _ 6tì» Streets West, well situated for a retail  Dutrict of Maryland, to witt  IJ E it remem^red. tliat, on tbu 23d day of Octo-  .l^.T^r'?«^''® Independence of  the United States of Ameriw. - WlUiam Hollins. of iht  n^ 1. .f inthis*ofiioe,the title ofa  Bor k, (he Vight whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit; r . ,  " R*il Roads in the United Slates : or Protest and Argument against a Subscription on the pa« of the SUte of Marytand, to the Baltimore and Ohio «ail-Itoad Company. Addressed to the Officers and Roprwenta'ives of the People in the several State» of the Union, and the Qeaeral Gi>rernmeut. By a Cit x-n of Baltimore."  In conformity with tie act of Congress,of the United Staies, entitled. " An Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the copies ot maps, charts, and ^ks. to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the time therein menUoned, and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving,  aiul etching historal and other prinla."  PHILIP MOORE, Clerk of the Dlstrl«^ of Mainland. The above work i« i« be Itcd PtSHEY "ifiOMP. SON'S Bookstore, Washl^ton. Prtce 25 cents; which the author has been inducea to affix to it, to^lcfray the expense of priirtin|f.  • AU those Editors, both in and out of the District of Columbia, friendly to Canals, are requested to give this advertisement an insertion or two, free of charge. Nov 9—d4t_  LiitU Falls near Georgetown.  HE Snbscriber« wish to employ two good WEA-V ERS ; also, a man who is acquainted with the general concerns of a Woollen manufactory i to whom liberal wages and constant employment will be givtfo. References will be ex\)ecttd from the api>ncants. novlO- St DELAI'I.ANE & HINKLE.  T'  Sftrreor ««-cond rate Tavern ; the dwelling isveryrootrv «d camremeat^ arntim;««! v-tt has fine «paciow» »a^itn. ud a putnp of the best watfrmrar the premises. It «rill be finished, and in complete o der, for the recep tisnof a tenant by the first of nexl month For terms, Which vmii be mcslerate, apply to  g. c. grammes. At his Store, Penn. Avenue.  Jllao, for ReTU, A GOOD twt>-8tory MOUSE, fronting Pennsylvania Avenue, near 13th Street, West, with extensive back-buildings; containing 12 rooms, and a good kitchen. Itbas a spacious yan). The premises are well calcu-Irted for a Bc«rdtcH; Establishment. They have re-ceatSy nndergone athuronc^ repair, and are now in fine order for the reception of a good tenant. To such, the rent will be moderate. Apply as above, oct29-tf  IHE  STEAMBOAT POTOMAC. Capt. Uriah Jenkins^  BP.ING now in very complete order, with a new cop per boiler en the most approved plan, will commence running between the City of Washington, Alex-aixirta, Norfolk City Point, and Richniond, on Wednesday the 19th instant. Leaving Washington at 3 and Alexandria at 4 o'clock on every Wednestlay afternoon, amve at Old Point Comfort |ind Norfolk the fo'lowing afternoon. Leave Norfolk the next morning a» sis o'clock, and wrive at City Point and Richmond on the evening of the same day. Returning, will leave Rich-mord at six o'clock on Sunday morning, touching at City Point, and arrive at Norfolk the ssme evening. Leave Notfolk at 9 o'clock on Monday nr.orning, touch, ing at Old Point Co;*ort, and arrive at Atexandiia and Wasnington the next morning in time for passengers to proceed on to BaUimore.  FARE I  From Washington or Alexandria, to all places on the Potomac River, where passengers can be landed with convei'tence, .... gg oo  Prom Washington or Alexandria to Old Point or Norfolk, . • - . . 8 00 Do. do, do. to James Town 9 00  Do. do, do. to Ciiy Point 9 50  Do. do. do. to Richmond 10 06  Prom Norfolk to James Town, . 2 00  Da. do. to City point, 3 00  Do. do. to Kicitmond, 4 00  CO" Meats tnciuded ir. ajl^sses. april26—tf N. WATTLES. Apcnt.  B  umbrella lost.  LOST, on Wednesday, the i2tb instant, on the Lees-burg road, supposed between Drane's Tavern and the Little Fails Bn<ige,a Blue Silk Umbrell«, plain top, eadosed in a calico case ; no handle. A suiUble reward win be given the finder, on hia leaving it with Mr. DRANE. or sending it to Mr THOMAS DONORO, at 1» Ofiicc of the Natioual Intelligencer, in Washitigton.* aept 14—tf___  twenty dollars reward.  Ran aw ay from the »obscriber, living in Prince Giorge's County, Maryland, in June last, a negro womaii,named emma, who goes by the name oi EM-iiacoonts, aboct 5 feet 10 inche«i.bigh, stou and Veil built, of a dark complexion ; she baa a dt><rnc»8t Ibok, bat pleasing countenance when spoken to ; she bis a scar near one of her temples ; she is about forty or forty-five years of age. The clothing she took with Iier is not particularly recollected. From the infornta-fioo I have had of her, I have reason to believe that she is at this tin;e in the District, as her husband ;s free, tad resides in Washington Ci'y, I will give the above reward if confined in jail or brought home to the subs Criber. ann MAGRUDER. novS—2«w3w_  notice.  A MARRIED LADY, who resides in a very healthy and genteel part of the City of Washington, and quite convement to several of the most rcapeotabi« fo-niale schools in the place—not surpassed by any in the Bnion—would take from six to eight misses as boarders. Parents and g^rdians may be assured that the most pointed attentions will be paid to the manners and mo-ral? of the young ladieb, and that the strictest efTorts »in be made to cause them to attend to the duties of ^lelt school J and, in case of disobedience, that the nrtiest information will be made to those who may hw the more immediate control of them. The under-«ened has it in her power to make references to ladies »ad {[entlemen of the hi ghest cliaracter in the place, M to her qualifications and fitness for such an undertaking. Letters on the subject, postage paid, direc'cd to A. B. will be duly replied to, with a statement of her »«nns. nov, 9—tf  MARSHAL'S SALE.  Y virtue ofa writ of fieri faciaa, issued Irom the ClerkV office of the Circuit Court of this District, for the county o< Washington, to me directed, I shall expose to public tale, for cash, on Saturday, the 17th day of November next ensuing, the following described real estate, lying within the limits of the City of Washington, viz : Lots No. 1,11, and 13, in square No. 104, seized and taken in execution, as the estate and property of Joseph Forrest, and will be sold to satisfy a debt doe by hira as special bail of John H. Piatt to William Taylor, Junior, use ofthe State B%nk of Campdcti -, and immediately after the said s^le, I shall proceed to sell, by virtue of the said writ of fieri facias, the following described real estate, also lying within the limits of the City of Washington, viz : Lot Nu. 11, in square 290, seized and taken in execution, as the estate and property of John Davidson, and will be sold to satisfy the debt above recited, due by him as special bail of John H. Piatt, to William Taylor, junior, use of the Statr Bank of Campden. Sale to be in front of the Marshal's office and to commence at 11 o'clock, A. M.  TENCH RINGGOLD, Oct. 19—dts Marshal D. C.  TO USNT. ^nd immeOiate po^teasion given^  A handsome three stoi^ brrok Dwelling  _ HOUSE, on Gapitol Hill, comer of New ffer-  sey Avenue and C street South, late the residence of Thos. Law. Esq containing two elegant entertaining  moms, one of them of an oval form, an«^ foarteen of inferior aiae, with stable and carriage house. The situation is airy and healthy, with a prospect exceeded bv none in the city, and an abundant supply of the best water. An eligible situation for a foreign Ambassador  or Minister of Slate.  oct 22 dtf  OVERTON CARR.  WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER iS, t827. COLLECTOR'S SALE OF CITY LOIS, FOR TAXES^  COLLECTOR'S OFFICE OF  THE THIRD AND FOURTH WARDS, City of ff'aahingion.  PERSoikS' NAHt:S AT J'RE., SENT ASSESSED.  Wi^M ï; ihTcTtv HaCh^^/^ «î" Miy^DXY the 19th oTrÎeTbrrTefrat IQ .'clock,  (exeunt «¿rilLa Kn 'r^ degcnbed property.or such part ihereof.Bot less than a lot,  C^rnointT^^^^^^^ assessed, tli.n such part.) as tviU be necessary to satisfy thé  Shcr S clue thereon, up to the year 1826. inclusive : to-  Îlc ^e^l^^^^^^ni Lia ^ 'I' previously paid to the subscriber, with  8uch^xpe^e» and fee« as.tnay have accrue<l at the time of auch payiueut.  PERSONS' NAMES AT PRESENT ASSESSED.  Adpita, & ft 8. Grantt,aastgneca of John Bartlett 3500 square feet  ArnoU, John's heirs  Squatf' Lot.  YEARS FOR WHICH TAXt^S AHE DUE.  18«6. 1835.  1818. l-gi  Square. esilile«, Groenereldt U Dthers—co/rtj/i'J 315  •rr-n  650  691 pt12  308 476  464  Benson, Joht\  0( ■  all  all a'l  éffl  Bcckley, John's heirs 332 10     1 96    1 96      16    16      27    27      7 54    7 54  i      66    1  66      84    84      75    73      70    ! 70     1 75 ; 2 6+ i 2 64  1 75 ; 2 6+ i 2 64  S3  5:i 83  Bedford, John, 13 cenU inl817  521  Boardman, Daniel 810  11  12  i2  Retterton, Gardner 575 Paving tax on ditto, on interest of 10 per cent, from 1st Jan 1825  Baaset, John Water tax on ditto  793  874  14  05  or  s -J  14  05 07  63  12  ÜJ 06  3 ."3  12  12  12  15 9A In ISar cis.  In 1817 89 cts. Waler lax on ditto 9 51 Water tax on dittai Ö 91 Water tax on dittb  1 04  (5ÍÍ2  JU  793  874     2 .    94'    94 ;    84      1  8 : .    9 28 1        .      1 03 i    1 03 i    92      11 i -    67 !    67    60      5 !    49    49    43      6    56    56    50      9    56    . 56    50     2 83  1 69 1 69  78  44 02  Butler, SiUs  799 13 96S 4 3  38 27  75 04  75 04  67 OS  Campbell, William's heirs  Water tax on dillo  Water tax on ditto Water tax on ditto Water Ux on ditto Water tsx on ditto Water ux on ditto  TO LET,  A HANDSOME Store and back room, suitable for any kind of business, situated on the comer of lOth Street West, Pennsylvania Avenue, at present oe cupied by James Green, of Alexandria, as a Furniture Ware-Room.  Possession will be given on the 7th of November by applying to MICHAEL SARDO, at the head of Bridge Street, nearly opposite the Cohimbian Bank. Georgetown. Oct 23—eo2w  thomaston lime.  A CARGO of excellent quality—Just received, and for sale by ANDREW SMI l«H, tf___Bradley's Wharf.  broad cloths and cassimeres.  'pHE snbscriber has just received by the IncrpAse, ■a. from New York, an additional supply of—  Extra Sussex, Medium and common Ely, Black, Olire, and J-fixed CLOl HS AND CA-K^iMEHES. »hich will be sold cheap. Alio, a general assortment of E»ll and Winter Goods.  HY ADDISON, Next doot to the Union Bank, Georgetown. Jnov 5—dlw_  potatoes and mackerel. A CARGO of POTATOES from Kennebeck, State of Maine, befieved equal to any ever imported into ^e District.  ^Iso, '  Pifty barrels and half barrels of Portland MAGKli. RBL—Jnal arrived, and for sale from the v<;ssel.  ANDREW SMITH,  ' B.raHIe-y's Whsrf.  TRUSTEE'S SALE.  By virtue of a deed of tntst from Kichard Cutts, Esq. dater" the Ist of May. 1820, the snbscriber will v*. fer at Public Sale, on MONDAY, the 19th inst. wt half past 4 o'clock, P. M. on the premises, all the right, title, and interest, ofthe said Richard Cutts, in and to the following Lots in the City of Washington, vt? :  The undivided moiety of Lots No. 1 and 2, in Square No. 257.  The terms of sale are—for one-fifth of the purchase money to be psid in hard, and the balance in three equal annual instsKhents, to be secured by notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest from the dtqr of sale.  R. SMITH, Traitée.  P. MAURO fc SON, nov 8—dts Agents for P. Mauro, Anctioneer.  FOR URNT,  A FIRST rate stand for a Grocery or Dry Good Store, fronting on the Centre Market square, between the dry Good stores of Mr. V. Carter, and Mr. Owner. The SroreandCellarisSOfèetby 40each, andean be had immediately. Apply to Mr. Carter, or the Subsc«ber. nov 10—dlw PETER LENOX.  99 3  4  5  101 18  172 9 875 1 2 G  4  5  6  7  8 tì 10 11 12  953 1  3  4 6  e  7  8 a  24  25  26  38 j  8 ' 9 10 31 12  13  14  15  16 17  & im;>r ifii icnnr  & im;>r ifii icnnr     4  29        29        27 '    ¡    79          52        52        4Ä ,    1    39    1      42        42        38 !    j    14    i      2 83    2    88    2    54 '    i 2    96    2      42        42        37 i        74 1    t      90        90        80    1 1    29 '    1      66 ;        66        64 !    1    01    1      87 1        87        77 i    1    25 '    1      97 1        97        87 i    1    38 :    1      17 39    17    39    15    53        86          68 :        68        60    30    96 i30      76 '        76        68 ¡    1    07 !    1      94 ;        94        84 1    2    24    2      1 1 14 1    1    14    1    02    1    65 ¡    1      r« ,        78        70    1    11 :    1      69        69        62        99 ¡          61        61        54        86 '          47 ;        47        41        50          I  i        -            í 1        1      ! 56        56    !    50    1    59          ; 59        59    I 1    53        64          56        56        50        59 '          57        57        41        50          51    1    51    i    46        55          i 68    i    68    1 1    61        73    1      68        68        60        72 !          ! 68        68    1    61        73 i          96        96    )    85        G4    1     I  30 97  I  Covachichi, Joseph 466 6 Cooper, John «8 10  Carcre, John 739 22  Clancey John's heirs 457 pt 15 Carroll, Ssrah 686 pt 6  Cruikshank'» heirs 461 pt 5 Danfield, George W.575 pt 1 Paving tax, 00 interest of IO per cent from Ist J»n. 1825 Water Ux  Edwards, Horace H.  (W.of 484 1  1 09 I 1 09  * i ■ ' 1 09 1 1 09  1 09 ! 1 09  83  65 65 51 47 56 59 56 47 51 71  83  65 65 51 47 56 59 56 47 51  71  & ¡mpr b impr & impr & impr  Fletcher, William  580 734  MRS. SMETHBR,  Has just received firom Philadelphia and New York, the latest French f»hions for Dresses, and expects in a few weeks to receive her Winter fsshions for Pelisses and DreSses. She respectfully invites her curto-mers and ladies generafly, to call and see them at her residence on Pennsylvania Avenue, over the stere occupied by Mr. Bums, Merchant Tailor, and nearly opposite Brown's Hotel, wliereaU orders in the above line will be attended tc, vith nnnctuality, neatness, and dts-natch. o^t-fi-w-^.v  Feltwell, "VViUiam 568  il4  m  10  11  Furlong, Valentine D.  Water tax on ditto Gannon, James  45 91 75 47  23 69 89  1  2 •>  18 29 1  45 91 75 47 23 C9 89  !  97 97  97  '74  57  58  45 42 50 53 50 41  46 6S  40 71  45  53  48  16 28 26 51 1 69 1  34 01  Î34 01  1 69  53  34 01  405 il3  fl25  Water tax Water tax  Gillies, Groenavel^^ and others  28  20 21  pt 22  f  &imp. & imp.  & imp.  12 13  &imp. & imp.  & imp.     97    97    87      44    44    39      48    48    43      26    26 !    1 23      29    29    ! 26  1      84    84    74  i      41    1  41    ! 37      58    12 58    11 23      28    13 28    11 93          3 00    .      , 20    4 20    3 67      -    70    •     4 25  52  377 OS  2 89  5 53 16 46  6 94 52 74  C2l 93  G5 14 2 81  4 09  74  74  4 19  2 93 6 83  3 55  3t 28 17  31 28 17  T"  r-  rJD r.^r  920  ras  B9ä  10 li  2  3  4  5  6 i  5  6  7  8 y  1 S  r 8 9 10 il 16 1  /23 11  12 .  S19  8r2  IS j 19 !  22 ' 23 i C7 I 28 ; 29 ,  ïi 1 I  »I 10 '  11 i  Q i  5  1 I  2  13 i  13 i  14  15  16 1 2  3  14  15  16  17  18  19  20 ß  4  5 10 11 12 13  1  2  r«  4  5  6  8 9 TO 11 ID  13  14  15 1 2  921 941  áí2  SÎ5  íJ89  991  w I / 8 9 10 16 1 2 6 /  a  9  14  3 1 2 6 9 8  10 1  5  6 7 1 6 7 l 1 2  3  4 .5 6  7  8 9  10 13  15  16  17  18  19  20 22  3  4  No 4»19.  YEARS FOR AVUICII TAXES ABE DVEv  YEARS FOR AVUICII TAXES ABE DVEv             1  1826.    1825.1 1824.  .1    1823.    1822.    1821.    1820.    1819.    1818.      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