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Washington Globe (Newspaper) - June 8, 1831, Washington, District Of Columbia 1st rts of re said and the at public on ithe the 8th of June my TRACT OF LAND in with the ihe stock of Sheep and The Tract consists of rather more than 2000 advantageously situated in a very healthy about 34 miles from Washington and and is of good Little Iliver passes through the middle of on which there are about 250 acres of Meadow in different most of which is now in it may be divided into three or four Farms to suit the In centre is a large DWELLING all the other buildings necessary for the accommodation of a large and likewise for 8tc. several of which are of There is also a GRIST and SAW MILL on the the upper and adjoining the Turnpike leading to Alexandria and the there is a comfortable won lu nov too P. P. OF JUNK 8, 1S.U CASE of the new pattern falling just imported by Hugh and made by the engraving lately adopted for the use of the officers of the United They kre consigned and will be on sale for ten davs at the store of KEY 13t 53. with a good Bam and some other j Young Boarding and Day School the lower end there is likewise a house is a t a the that may accommodate a small The stock of each class is the Sheep are generally of the merino A credit of and three payable in equal with be given for the and one for the ample security being given for the punctual Those to whom I am indebted will be allowed credit for any property they may to the full amount of the sums due and on fair being able on account of iriy weak state of health to conduct the sale I have given full power to my Samuel L. and to my James to perform this for which 1 have vested the property in In the event of they have power to make every other arrangement which circumstances may lAne of ates of by the ne with ey may lity and he tile be of is re is his swd l what titt tine i t he ace time the i is herein unification om to I it the I on the the jo of the i as thill i short n with of 1 e treats e the adju he e be three anw ohio public are respectfully that a Mail Coach will leave Washington every Sunday at 6 A.M. for the where passengers will take the splendid Packet by which they will be conveyed to the head of the where a roach will be in readiness to take them to the head nf Edward's Ferry and arriving at the latter place by 5 P. apply at the offices next door tn Brown's and Barnard's Washington and at the Bar of Union Fare by this Line Agent 1 STOCK TON elegantly fitted CANAL BOAT Charles Fenton Capt will commence her regular trips on May 3d, leaving the Canal at 7 A. M. for and return the same the of the District of and the of Internal an opportunity is now of witnessing one of the grandest works progressing in the The romantic scenery alone will amply compensate all who can set apart one day for viewing this great work Fare through each 75 May 4swim. W. W. ISABELLA daughter of the late Isabella of New has removed her Seminary for Ladies to that large and commodious house on F near 13th, directly opposite to the residence of Asbury and lately occupied by Count where every branch of Female Education is She has the pleasure to inform her friends and the public that she has been so fortunate as to obtain the co-operation of a recommended by the Rev. Dr. President of Columbia and by Mr. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in said who will take charge of the higher who h approved will continue to teach the French which branch of Education receives the particular attention of Mrs. who superintends the Young Ladies daily in their French for the illustration of the principles of Geometry and Astronomy has been and lectures will be given in each at stated Junior class will be kept open for the accommodation of such families as may wish to place their voting daughters under Mrs. Smith's care for instruction in the first stages of Review of the young studies is held once a when the School will be open for parents and Ladies engaging permanently for one or more scholastic will be charged only per annum for Board and English payable in Information as to her particular 8cc. will be given at the present Shith is authorized to refer to the following Dr. President Columbia Mr. Mr. Mr. John Alexander Gen. St. Clair Esq. Hon. G. C. M. C. John Esq. Union Hon. Henry M. C. New Messrs. Whitwell 8c Mass. Messrs. Brown R. I. Hon. Mass. Hon. Charles E. Robert Esq. New John Jacob Esq. Robert E. Esq. W. Esq. first ten volumes of The American edited by John S. containing original essays and selections on Rural Economy and Internal with illustrative and the Prices Current of country carefully revised and Price sale ALE doors cast of the National 25. DICTIONARY of select and popular which are in daily taken from the Greek and Latin together with a copious collection of Law maxims and Law translated into Historical and Sixth American corrected with sale by COALE doors east of the National 25. ihe government is entitled to of the profits of this it owns of the and those entrusted by the with the management of their interests should at least make an effort to arrest the expenditure of their funds by the agents of the Bank and its The charter certainly does not authorize the by ihe of newspaper philippics ana unfounded calumnies of the President of the and of extravagant panegyrics on this presses that have fattened on Bank have in 1he most scandalous manner traduced the President of the U. of * the attempt to enter largely upon the of this vexed of the right bhd policy protecting particular j branches of any our laws so ant the of protection to exists may admit of much the policy must be left to that obvious principle which lies at the foundation of all our incident to popular that a majority must The denial of this is to all intents the subversion of the forms of the disturb and now it Jackson that constitutes their evil and net trust to speak of such a men who composed his cabinet were very termination to the of all every innocent and inoffensive i of those who to and incapable of controlling of precipice remains no alternative but to and 8t.i(e consolation we have none to offer fabric which hopes of except that the recent so far 1 leave them to to the from the cause of the guilty But to youT would his Orleans the Baltimore The Editor of the Raleigh the Duily Albany 1h>>re, Mr. Banks of old Virginia the on the right Mr. none of your Route from Va via Chesapeake Ohio 12 Va. are ully informed that a operation on May 8th,) by which they cao be accommodated in a very superior twenty-three miles of the route being on the Chesapeake and Ohio The many attractions this new route offers will be perceived at to say nothing of the hilly and fatiguing route now and the patrons of this line may depend upon every attention being paid to their comfort and will leave Washington at half past 8, A. M. in a comfortable and will be put down at the where they take the splendid boat Charles Fenton Capt arriving in Leesburg in the called for at and scats please apply at the Phenix Stage through to 4sw2w. C. J. 1831. intending to apply for the benefit of the act entitled An act for the relief of debtors of the United are hereby notified that the persons entitled to relief under said act are those who were insolvent on or before the 1st dav of 1831, and were indebted to the United States in a. sum of money then due which they are unable to and who are not indebted as the principal on an official or for public money received and not paid over or accounted for according to or for any forfeiture or penalty incurred by the violation of any law of the United Applications for a release or discharge under the act must be made in under oath or and forwarded to the Secretary of the as near as may the time when the applicant became and when he made his insolvency known to his the causes of such and the amount and also all the real and owned at the time of such with a description of the and also the manner in which such estate has been disposed that is to by furnishing a list of the creditors at the time of his with the amount then due to the sums sinoe and the balances still remaining due to them also the sums since paid and balances remaining due to other persons not creditors at the time and what estate or if owned at the time of his becoming or which he has since acquired a right has been conveyed or transferred to anv other with intent to be applied directly or indirectly to the use or benefit of such insolvent or his and also a statement of all the if and the disposition and condition which he has since owned or still It may be that the statement aforesaid should be confined exclusively to and arranged in as simple arid intelligible a form as unaccompanied by any argument or prolix all the facts upon which the decision of the Secretary of the Treasury is to be be previously examined and reported upon by die no communication other than the application referred to in the first section of the can be received at the Department except through that D. Secretary of the in few instances he bestowed Branch's letter first an article on the subject of in the following the dissolution of the Cabinet has the wisdom the selection too offices on some of the conductors of an article on the subject of the j in the following awd Land 14th 1831. Sixteenth LL business of an agency nature promptly attended notices of the 11th 1818, ana 9th. 1820.) and every denomination of pensions and pay particularly those arising out of the Seminole and under the act of the 15th of 1828. Transfers of stock and interest thereon Lands purchased or leased out on Information as to Arkansas and other bounty whether granted by the United or the respective Taxes and deeds recorded in any part of the including Illinois and Leases and conveyances as also powers of attorney the sale of Proposals for and other proposals for contracts with the United attended City lots and houses owned by non-residents taken in French and foreign languages I Persons desirous to sell and those intending to are solicited to make known their wishes to this Holding the appointment of State's Commissioner under some of the he is authorized to take the acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments of writing having reference to lands and to take depositions to be read in the courts Postage must be mr in New North and together with U. S. Land which I is better than money for as its conveyance is attended with no a few Canadian and | revolutionary land which may be located in Indiana and Apply at the office of the attached to his dwelling on B near the and Remarkable Cases of Criminal from the records to the year 1825, in six volumes 8 Just received and for sale CO. 7 doors east of bt OF THE POST OFFICE the United States of from the year 1677 to 1831; with a increase of Post Receipts and To which is added an containing the laws now in force relating to the Post Office list of all the Post Roads on which the mail is conveyed in shewing the the number of trips per and the time occupied in travelling over and a list of the Officers and Clerks in the with their salaries and a sketch of their The whole concluding with a copious Compiled chiefly from various Journals of Public by Edmund F. a Clerk in said Post Office Department is one in which almost citizen feels a deep and con which a great majority of the people possesses nut little it is intended to em body in this such facts as shall give to every person who will examine a in ore complete view of its affairs than has ever been presented to the From the year 1677 to the adoption of the present Constitution in 1789, the annals must neces sarily be very but from that period until the the substance of all the important Official Reports of the different Postmaster Generals will be and the Table will be so arranged as to save much time and labor to such persons as wish to have in a complete exhibit of the tions of the Department for the last thirty or forty is believed the Appendix will be a useful and convenient reference for and citizens book will be printed with fair on good and will contain between four and four hundred and fifty octavo The price will be two dollars per copy bound in and two dollars and twenty-five cents in A few copies will be printed on extra fine paper and handsomely bound in which will be afforded at three dollars per will be allowed a discount of twelve and a half per that every eighth copy holding subscription will please return them to the on or before the first of November F. 283t the President of the United pursuance of authority vested in the President of the United by the act of approved on the 19th of February entitled An Act to establish a Land Office in the Territory of and foe other it is hereby declared and made that the Land Office for the District of Lands lying West of the Meridian said shall be established and held White on the St. Joseph's until otherwise public sale of lands in the said Western which by bearing date the 25th 1831, was directed to be held at the Office at will take place at White on the 2d Monday in June under my at the City of this 12th day of A. D. 1831. President of the United M. Commissioner of the Gen. Land May 14U13__ Sale or FIFTY ACRES OF with a DWELLING on Main within three and a half miles of Ky. will be sold very or exchanged on most favorable terms for property in or their and are nearly charged him with intent to the fountain or If there of the press being influenced by unworthy stimulants the means of the Bank are most Its secret agents can distribute in secret the what we have seen and we have no doubt hundreds of thousands of report in favor of the an equal number of Mr. Gallatin's remarks the as also the abusive review of Mr. Benton's speech against the as also of the appeal to the members of the State have been printed in extra and circulated far and wide at the expense of the The managers of that institution appear to be sensible of influence of the press in giving a tone to public and they it would made a bold essay to anticipate the friends of the fn most cases the most popular publications have been Bank has and it is not necessary to is a most potent money can be brought to bear on directly or we may calculate it will not be spared to ensure a renewal of the If the Bank can be shorn of that influence which makes it we may consider its doom we are apprised are liberal in their but it is too remarkable and singular to be credited that in those towns where the United States Bank or its branches are a solitary exception so far as our exchange list furnishes the opportunity to test the they would at their own incur the expense of extra publications for each of the papers in favor of the Bank before or that their unbought 7.eal would prompt them to send thousands of them to persons who never had subscribed for their The thing is very Last week we saw many supplements to the Phila delphia National in this ted to persons who were nor had been patrons of that This liberal distribution of extra papers we find to be general from every town the Bank has a but seldom The concia sion with us that the printing paid for by the muit have amounted m the last two to move than the salary of the Pre sident of the United States for the same time Virginia ears hard I oil made affords more coital for I prove by ten the enemies of the administration can find no by ten millions of if cause to carp at it pleasing to observe the j was not his own and a great 1 r. - 1 i rk d 1*1 if * - 1 * of union and harmony among the supporters of those fundamental principles with which the Administration of Jackson is and their final and complete triumph over all the tricks and artifices of their receipt of the news of the great imrl glorious victory of the Battle of New that I should live to see General Andrew President of the United Ill 1821 and 2, I gave as a toast at a dinner ait in when the Generat was governor of the General President of United $ wilt he I have since The now that Jackson fills the Presidential have all at once be of a most frugal and economical thousand this good cause from Louisiana to lars as an outfit to a successor to Mr. 1 through thick and hot and and in at has thrown these new-made con- city of Boston in 1827 was one of six of the public into the most j could be found to crv success to the good violent thousand dollars of the people and General Andrew an outfit to a new minister to when and I was one out of 1800, in present one would answer every fame who on the fourth of at the This sneeringly is a specimen inauguration of General Andrew Jackson to of Jackson economy for yon sat down to a public dinner may be well to enquire whether the last i of the glorious and the triumph administration conducted our diplomatic true principles of Democracy over with Great Britain an eye to i in the Temple of erected the strictest and if it should Washington Garden in 48 by the that it was characterized by shameless and the people how to appreciate the motives that actuate them in making the recall of Mr. a reason for charging the present administration with object to the appointment of Mr. as Secretary of the because it will subject the country to an expense of in an outfit to his But did not Adams and Clay recall Mr. Rush from the same station to fill same But this was not Rufus a old was appointed his successor as minister to at an expense of eighteen thousand dollars for and two thousand for of the brave and independent of Thus much I have done in the good and great cause of Jackson and and never nor favor or from him or any of his followers or do the same over and ask no other reward that I enjoyed on March 4th, 1829. And if my life is I am sure I whilst you may stick to and into until you become a lump of This is JACKSON to tub Mr. Robinson the House of Commons that Mr. McLane has out is one of the most favorable in the the first occupied by Mils below the junction of I further trouble about the LADY'S April number of the Lady's and Literary edited by Mrs. Sarah J. just and for 7 doors east of the National May 25._________ de Par M. de ROY ALL has the pleasure to inform her friends and the public that an assortment of her Books may be found at the at Mr. Franklin Griggs esq. North Major A. H. Va. Mr. Va. Messrs. Turner N. C. John S. N. C. Mr. S. C. and at S. C. Mr. S. C. Col. T. Mr. and at Messrs. Odion New W. W. Ky. * Mr. Va. kt and Miss. I N. B. the will have goodness to give the foregoing card a place in NOTES ON on by Rembrandt during a tour in the 1829 and 1830. For sale doors east of the National and for sale 7 doors east of the National Hotel Oeuvres de J. 5 in 3. Oeuvres de 4 in 2. ou de par J. J. Orations de suivies de celles du par Du Prince de par et de Louis par Massillon Oeuvres Choisies de 2 in on la Nouvelle ou Lettres de deux habitants petite ville au pied des Alpes et J. J. Rousseau Les Confessions de J. J. Discours sur par Petit Careme de Eveque de ou Lettres de Louis de par Biaise de 3 in 2. Orations de Eveques de Maux Maxims et Morales de Duc de la de la Historie de Gil Blas par Lesage Conjurations des contra la de Tenise et de precedes de sept discours sur de par Saint sur les Meurs et des Nations et sur faits de dequis Louis par Lettres par Dramatique de Chefs de P. Oeuvres de Oeuvres de J. B. de May 25. and South celebrated and near the market of the capital of the proprietor will give most favorable terms in sale or being so situated that he can give no personal attention to the management of the Inquire at the Globe 18_______________ Solicitor on the United and General at the City of having resumed the immediate superintendence of his has made arrangements extending both abroad and to each of the States and Territories of the for the transaction of all business in which the services of an Agent may be especially the collection of taxes and record of in besides a branch of his office at has the advantage of an acquaintance with gentlemen capable and in almost every and in he has the co-operation of the Marshal of the whose notice he in that of John Jr. in that of William E. in that of James and when ne commences the publication of his devoted to the diffusion of information to landholders and and to a review of the decisions of Congress and State and of the public officers affecting the interests of claimants particularly those of the first and second war of he will de signate the name of his Agents in other States and at the seats of Government of the principal powers of and South Insurance on lives and against may be effected through this and deposits may also be made in the New York Savings He lias had ten years of public in various responsible and sixteen years experience in his present to recommend Washington 20tli 1831. is quite amusing to read the comments of the opposition on the subject of the recent changes in the At one time they tell us they know all about and the causes which induced and then they tell us they are utterly unable to understand any thing about it. Now they can see in it more than any one ever dreamed and pretend that it is as plain as the nose on a man's and it is shrouded in inextricable quite beyond the ken of man or One asserts that Mr. Van Buren wrote both his own letter and that of the President in answer to and another tells us that such an assertion is might just as well save as and so occupied tbe the Cabinet in employing the j have the effect of of tlie government m such a manner as to | tonnage by 2 to themselves although in- of the greatest importance to our com- FEDERALISM AND merce were at they gave Mr. King no j The Federalists are constantly endeavoring instructions whatever I Mr. ob- j to impress the belief that there is no difference one interview with the British between them and the there ter for Foreign and writing four or no difference of principle between the two five was taken and obliged to re- great parties into which the nation is were not written for their and it is perfectly immaterial to the authors and to the whether they understand them or or what they may think or say respect ing They were written for the satisfaction of the and the public are at no loes to perceive in them the evidence of manly and honorable feeling on the part of the persons concerned in the and a to sacrifice all minor considerations in their efforts to promote the good of the and the support of pure republican the opposition have witnessed this voluntary surrender of patronage and by the late with we doubt It is so inconsistent with their doctrines and the example which have been set their that it is subscriber has undertaken to act as agent in Kentucky for those who are in the following cases the collection of debts in the investigation of land in superintending or selling land in possessions in the payment of taxes on lands and in the taking of depositions or procuring of evi official duties as Marshal of require him to visit nearly all parts of the State and will give him unusual opportunities for prosecuting the business which he has He will thereby be enabled frequently to secure debts by lien or when they could not coerced by Whenever suits at law shall Be necessary he will employ such counsel as the plaintiff's may dii rect and if that shall be left to he will be responsible for the employment of gentlemen of abili integrity and communications addressed to the subscriber at Lexington or or to Col. J. Washington and post will receive imme 20 where he soon after though the can legally a Mr. before his j ture from invested his son with that for which J. A. King received an outfit of and a salary at the rate of four thousand five hundred dollars per for the sixty days he remained in England after the departure of his This useless cost the United States upwards of twenty-eight thousand Gallatin was next despatched to England at an expense of eighteen or twenty thousand but before he arrived the act of depriving us erf the West India had went into of could do In the third year of the administration Mr. Gallatin came and James Secretary of was sent to replace it that the last before the third year of its rule had paid the outfit of three Ministers Plenipotentiary and of one Charge ana what pro quo did the people of the United States receive from their joint and dear bought We should like to see some stickler for the superior diplomatic talents of the last attempt to answer this If the West India mercantile men be worth one millions of dollars to the by multiplying it by 4the number of years they were in it will us an item of four millions of which the Coalition the Federal as was dissolved immediately after the and various other with a view to deceive the and get the power into their hands other arguments to prove there is no division on mere party they assert is very that many who are now called Democrats were once and vice A man being called this or does not make him so. A man may call himself a but if he append the word or entertain views of the powers erf the government inconsistent with the well-defined creed of the he must even be content to be taken for a On the many who have been and who called themselves are in fact wholesome There are many such instances among our eminent Free gained us in a single of no surprize to that they the kft it Had Mr. Clay been placed in Estimating Mr. services by the the situation of Mr. Van they they done who will assert that that he would have acted very and j exertions as a by that Mr. Van Buren should have set so good i he to us the West India an overwhelms not only with I been cheap at his actual but with on account 0n the other would the effect it is likely to produce upon and baleful services to the injury of them and | have been dearly obtained their and to the advantage of the men - * and the party which are actuated oy feelings so worthy of and upon principles which find a sanction in the mind of every man of honor and 1800 the federalists caricatured Thomas 1815, James 1828 and 31, Andrew So it is evident that their designs are not so particularly against as against the principles of Their engravings are and it is rumored they are preserving the plates till the next presidential for their the Charleston The following extract from the Circular Letter of Gen. a Member of the The coalition have heretofore grounded their j Congress a candidate for opposition to the President upon the objections accords with the views of the same they pretended to feel to the composed his They have asserted that the President was disposed to do as well as he knew how; but that he was error by the counsels of his constitutional and have called upan him to dismiss those and secure the confidence and approbation of a united The as they represented is now not by the dismissal of those but by their voluntary withdrawal from their and now that the President is left to tiie good intentions which they were so very kind as to attribute to what further can they further can they and famous Lord says was rather a pretender to than really possessed of it- When I had finished the first two or three books of my that Lord desired the pleasure of hearings them read at his and were at the In four or five Lord Halifax very civilly stopped I beg your Mr. Dut there is something m that passage does not quite please me. Be so good as to mark the and it at your am sure you can give it a little I went from his Lordship's with Dr. and mentioned to the that Lord Halifax had laid me under a great deal of difficulty by such loose and general Garth laughed heartily at mv said I need not puzzle myself much sentiments of the State North wluch he On the occasion of my last address to I endeavored to point out some of the effects resulting from such a system and course of and will now repeat the The Southern presses have for years teemed with arguments and tod some of the States have solemnly protested against a system of believed to bear with peculiar pressure upon their I will not say that this had no for I believe that a spirit of concession and compromise pervades the public mind in almost every portion he has expressed on the floor of we may be taken to speaks looking those places butto leave them of a great majority of the just as they to call on Lord Halifax or three and read them to him as if I did and hig Lordship was extremely pleased with and cried out now they are perfectly can be great magician no longer wields his wand j our and I cannot but that a the head of the to control his fied moderation will intend effect a actions and direct the operations of his one might suppose that apprehensions by events which have already the evil consequences which their spired in the reduction of duties upon articles of first slumbers would be but still their such as fcn the 15th ult. in the debate on West India Negro in the British House of Dr. Lushington stated that free people of color in the island of possessed seventy thousand and had authorized him to consent to a measure for the emancipation of those if it should be considered to the latest advices from the seat of Sir Walter Scott that eminent petson in excellent rose regularly at took exercise daily for two on and pursued his usual course of literary Mhi
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