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Washington National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - September 20, 1826, Washington, District Of Columbia SEPTEMBER 20, 4 8EjATOii. for a who do either at the ordering the or give wish to ha va the paper discontinued at the miration of their be presumed as desiring continuance until and it will be at the of the sale of FURS in American Far Company will offer for at their No. 8. Vesey on the jth of October folio Furs and viz. ' 2,600 Skins Lake Superior Beaver 1,000 do Rocky 3,000 do and do of superior quality 10,000 M. Racoon 4,000 dfa Robes Catalogues will be and the skins can be seen lod some days before the They wilt be in will be made tWe day And on 25* h of the Company same the 5bi0Q0 shaved Deer Skins 2,000 do 5.006 Winter do 4sept. 14-Rill 1st S. removed from Georgetown to the city of and opened his Office immediately eastward aug H 3awlm History of tue Reformation in England I and in a series of Price Gaston de a by Anne 50. Contributions of Q. Q. to tome pieces not before By the late Jane 2 vols Sketch of the Internal Condition of the States of and of their Political Relations with Eu by k 25. 50 Literature by T. B. 87i Of turd 25. Tickets in the Shade Island Grand State drawn THIS price halves in the Virginia Grand State to be 4rawn?7th inst. price shares in Tickets in the Union Canal Lottery of drawn 20th in the Canal to be draw n price in prop Sept. 163t tR RENT Ott or three Houst sow the on High Georgetown very desirable situation for private partaking the town and with a large and all Accessary out T. 1-52aw4w__' two story With near of Inquire Jr. 15eotf __Capitol 6. of this Institution will j on the 13th at new the expenses of a in the College hare been reduced at least ten per ami twenty per in Classical School with the Classical School reduced to and incidental charges at their actual cost Mr. a gentleman of the first will give instruction in the and Italian Languages and st per College 1826 64w pursuance Of the powers vested in me by a deed executed by Abraham on 4th 1823, and duly I shall expose to public at William in the town of on the 27' h day of October next at 12 o'clock M. that tract or parcel of near the said was conveyed by James W. Brackenridge to the said two two The terms at sept of Washington of letters of administration de bonis on the personal estate of Walter Hellen and is empowered to attend a lib relating to the sept 12-w3w_- of tub Commissioners of Citt Sept. 16, 1826. will be at this comfortable Dwelling suitable for a small in of tae recently occupied by Mr. David Pancoast To a good tenant the will be For further information td n. ion First or to House adjoining the one in the George and formerly the two new F and H which houses will be ready Ibr toe reception of tenants by the 1st of tBe house lately occupied by Esq. fronting Jefferson Houses are eligibly situated and in good wishing to rent to Mr. CHARLES or JOHNSON JOHN Executors of Thomas Co and commodious dwelling near the Rock city of rod can large Thb to make the Houses will be made tn good On ths lots are Carriage and Ice These Bouses ate the same which were at one period occupied by Mr. the Minister of the 1st Apply to JAMES 3tawtf_ the vicinity of the right of raay by Unity tt rent as will to cover the tax and Squares and Lots in the be had at the rent charge of yearly taxes * to the Mr. the in North who also has on the most liberal terms of Lots and of unexceptionable in all the wards 13eoSw_JAMES for at his adjoining the Bath handsome with plated very neat and and in complete A. M. on the 23d for enclosing the square on which City Hall stands with a neat such as that around the square bordering on the new materials to be of the best the price per foot running for painting the jame with three coats of F. sept 18-d_Srctetary. AND WRITING subscribers have for on account of the manufacturer 514 reams superfine medium printing paper 1400 do middle quality do 1100 do do Columbian do imperial for Newspaper printing 435 do j 360 do superfine 180 do do common do 70 do double cap 70 do first quality paper IS. do do drawing various sizes 130 do blue medium 200 do do do ' colored 60 blue and white bonnet board 20 do do and trunk Kentish and wrapping paper description Writing demi 500 reams in 1. 2, 3 800 do do folded and Nos. 1 and 2 600 do do 4'o No. 2, do 150 reams No. 3, boxes folio post 200 reams do fur bank Constantly on paper of every Si 7 and 9 New 03* We will also in behalf of the manufac to make kind or quantity of as well ax to supply newspaper establishments throughout the on the most favorable sept 14ThS&Tu 3w virtue and by authority of two writs of fieri from the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of this for the to me 1 shall expose to public for the 12th day of September the following de scribed and and all the and of and to the viz 1 part of Lot No. 15-ln old fronting 66 feet on Bridge and 120 with the improvements being a two story Brick Fart of Lot No. 4l, in old about 120 feet on Market now Potomac and about 77 feet with the improvements being four Frame Fart of Lot No. 84 in Beatty auJ Hawkins's Addition to fronting feet on First and 150 feet Lot No. 11, and part of Lot No. 12, in the about 123 feet on part of a tract of the Rock of lying in the county of and formerly the property of Thomas of containing about five and adjoining the tost mentioned Seized and taken in execution a9 the and property of Margaret and frill be sold to satisfy due from her to Kawling and Jr. use of k Co. to be of ng on Bridge and to at 4 o'clock tag 11is Marshal The sale is until the 22il hour and aep Marshal D. virtue and by authority of four writs issued from the Office of the Circuit of this for the county of to me I shall expose to public sale for on the 13/ h duy of October the following described Lands and viz part of lot No. 228. in Beatty addition to fronting 22 on Frederick street part of lot No. 233, in said addition to fronting 105 more or on Seventh with the improvements and taken in in virtue of the following writs of fieri against William Y. Adam L. Daniel and Jehn two at the suit of Margaret one a- the suit of | Louisa one at the suit of William Jr. Elizabeth his will be sold to satisfy said debts Sale to be in front of the Union Tavern iu and to commence at 4 sep. 14.dts Marshal D. STORE heretofore by the late Mr. John in Upper will be rented tiie ensuing Any person wishing to obtain will apply to the subscriber Possession will be given on the first day of October next Io the which is and one of the best stands fur business in the is attached a large 14. pursuance of a decree made by Montgomery county sitting as a Court of at July 1826. the as will offer at public at the Tavern of Abraham in the town of on the 14h day of October following TRACTS Op lying in said and bordering on the river Potomac Long containing 48^ and containing 19j. land is of the best and heavily Terms of purchaser to pay two hundred dollars oit day of salV the residue sit twelve and giving with good sept 13 - A. subscriber begs leave tn inform the public that hfe has known stand on Tenth formerly occupied by Mr. and is now fitting it up io a style of comfort and convenience calculated to please the as well as all others who may favor him With a His Bar wtB be furnished With the df that can be procured in this tot any ofthe northern Mutton Beef prepared at the shortest and in the French and English He also assures those gentlemen wbo may favor him with their that disorderly company vili not be permitted to visit In order render this establishment more he is now adding which will be completed in the course of five among other a dining near one hundred feet in sept 6tf. P. SMITH received by the thip from and hogsheads and PIPES in and Plated with their former stock on enable them to offer a very large and extensive and as at the lowest current wholesale and on a general assortment of STONE snd WINDOW 8 by 10, and 10 by 12. Aufr 312aw3w SUM OF MONEY found the the can have by giving a satisfactory description ofthe Inquire at No. 1, Sept. 82aw4w for Patent from different of ills miy procure Drawings ot and also the Writings and by applying to the at bis Pennsylvania four West from 9th Washington june 20dtf___3. wishing to dispose of Negroes from 10 to 25 years of can obtain the cash for by applying to the two doors east of the Union Tavern Stage Bridge 9. N. B. A smart likely 11 to 13 yews of would be She is not wanted to go out of J. S. H. sept 6dtf_________ OR beautiful Fa the property of Samuel Ham near Montgomery distant from Georgetown and Washington 17 containing about four hundred and forty The Dwelling and Farm Houses are a pump of good water adjoining the Barn the Orchards producing fruit of excellent quality acres well set in orchard and very title the land free from Possession My be had in November or if a long credit will be given for of the purchase If not sold by the 20th it will be for All or part ofthe fine siock now on the farm ol improved selected by the owner with great may be had with it. Apply G. sept 7e<;5w The Political Fredericktown 1 and Maryland Rockville will insert the above advertisement once a w eek for five and send their to this Office for A FARM for a term Of from four to five hundred more the bind be and adapted to the of clover by with the necessary it for a form of A letter directed to near Washington will be DOBBYN sept of the Court of Prince George's ft be offered at public on 8epte*jbr if if the of the personal estate of Captain Ssel Jate of said consisting at of montAs purchaser or With approved bear the dnr of Sale ta commence BR A. subscriber all visiters to his S that it is expected that no One will pick grapes off of Lhe take any without as there vines he wishes for a time to leave will be given to visiters and they can be supplied with any at twelve and a per to and wine at per dozen and not ten ikon half a at except to the And visiters are further respectfully that their male and cannot be permuted to come the as there is no bearing and impudence ofthe they having se two days plundered a vine the gate and the how qf at half a bushel while the subscriber was hU vi to some and visiters j apd it was a viae he wished to to those ladtes knd who are tike a walk through the a sample df a pirt of can hi permitted go into the FALL subscriber has just received a new assortment of cheap Fall Goods amongst which and Hemp unusually cheap Oil for floors and tables and Fringes and green Hearth of various qualities Fine Silesia superior to Tablecloths and Napkins Merino With a general assortment of W. Penn. near 11th sept 1531DP&.UCP the authority of a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of sitting as a Court of Chancery for Washington I sell at public on the thirteenth day of October at 4 P. on the the East ety or half part of lot 3, in square No. 431, in the City of with the and The improvements consist of a two brick dwelling 8cc. sale will be on a credit of and nine Purchase money to be secured by with bearing interest from the day of BRADi Jr. creditors of John late of Gity of are notified to present heir claims to the subscriber one previous to the of 14ects Trustee. O/fkzafthc Commissary General gf 8ub*i$tenceA 1B Proposals will be received at this office until the first day of October of provisions for the use of the troops of the United to be delivered in upon Allows New Or 240 barrels of Pork 500 fine Flonr 3200 gallons good proof Whiskey 2-0 bushels good sound Beans 3520 pounds good hard Soap 1600 pounds good Cotton bushels good clean Salt 900 Cider m the first day of 1827^ on the first day of 182? on the first day of 1827-And the remainder on the first day of 1823. 600 barrels of Pork 1250 barrets of fresh 8000 gallons of good proof 550 of good sound Beam 8800 pounds of good bard Soap 4000 pounds of good hard tallow bushels of good clean 2250 gallons of good cider One fourth on the first day of 1827-One-fourth on the first day of 1827. on the first day of 18 And the remainder on the first day of 1828. Natchitoches 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 3500 pounds of good hard tallow with cotton wicks 150 bushels of good clean Salt 1400 gallono of good cider on the first day of March 1327, and the remainder on the first day of 18SC- Cantonment mouth of miles above Fort barrels of Pork 800 do of fresh fine Flour gallons of good proof Whiskey 360 bushels good sound Beans 6600 pounds good hard do of good hard tallow cotton bushels of good clean Salt 1400 gallons of good cider Vinegar The whole to be delivered 00 the first day of 1827. St. or within 20 miles of Hat barrels of Pork 1800 of fresh fire Flour 12000 gallons of good proof bushels of good sound Beans 13000 pounds of good hard Soap 6000 do of good hard tallow with cotton bushels of good clean Salt 3600 gallons of good cider Vinegar on the 1st of 1827. on the 1st of 1827, on the 1st of 1827, Aod the remainder on the 15th of 1823. Council Mi sa our barrels of fresh fine Flour 15000 gallons of good proof bushels of good sound Beans 13000 pounds of god hard Soap 6000 do of good hard tallow gallons of good cider bushels of good clean whole on the 15th of 1827. Fort 150 barrels of Pork 300 do of Flour 1700 gallop of bushels of Beans 1000 of good hard Soap 800 do of good hard tallow bushels of Kood clean Salt The whole on the 1st of 1827. St. 420 barrels of Pork 750 do fine Flour 5760 gallons of good proof Whiskey 6000 pounds of good hard Soap 32D0 do of good hard tallow with bushels of good clean Salt gallons of good cider Vinegar The whole on the 15Lh day of 1827. Green 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 with bushels good clean Salt 1000 gallons good Cider Vinegar One half on the first day of 1B27, and tire on the 30th day of 1827. At the Sault de St. Outlet of Lake 250 barrels of Pork 500 do fresh fine Flour 4000 gallons good proof bushels good sound Beans 4000 pounds good hard do good hard tallow cotton bushels clean Salt 1000 gallons good cider Vinegar One half on the first day of 1827 The remainder on the thirtieth of 1827. 75 barrels of Pork 150 do fresh fine Hour 1000 gallons good proof bushels good sound Beans 1000 pounds good hard Soap 500 do good tallow with cotton bushels good clean Salt 300 gallons good cider Vinegar One half on the first day of 18^7 The remainder on the 30th of 18^. 60 barrels of Pork 125 do fresh fine Floor 800 gallons good proof bushels good sound Beans 880 good hard Soap 400 do good with Cotton good clean Salt 225 gallons good cider Vinegar One fourth on the day of 1827 One fourth on the first day of 1327 fourth on the first of 1627 remainder on the first dav of 240 Barrels of 1, full 500 do fresh fine Flour 4000 gallons good proof Whiskey 260 bo she Is good sound 3420 pounds good hard do good hard Tallow bushels good clean Salt 1300 gallons good Cider on the first day 182/, on the first day of 182", One fourth onthe first day of 1827, and The remainder ow the first day of 1828. New 400 barrels o New York mess do fresi I fine Flour 5600 gallons good proof Whiskey 350 bushels sound Beans 6000 pounds good hard good Tallo w with cotton bushels good clean Salt 1600 gallons good Cider on first dav 1827 qn the first day of 1827 on the first of 1827, aad The remainder on first day of 1828. Fort 60 barrels of Pork do fresh fine Flour 800 gallons good proof Whiskey 55 bushels good sound Beans 880 pounds good hard do good hard la. I Low with bushels good clean Salt 225 Cider on the first day of 1827, 011 the first day of 1827", on the first day of 1827, and The remainder on the first day of 1828. barrels of Baltimore packed prime Pork 250 do fresh fine Howard street Klour 1600 gallons good proof bushels good sound Beana 1760 pounds good hard Soap 800 do good hard Tallow with cotton bushels good clean Salt 450 gallons good Cider 1827 on the first day of 1827 on the first of 1827. and The remainder on t ie first day of 1528. Fort 60 barrels of Pork 125 do fresh fine Floor 800 good proof Whiskey 55 good sound Beans 880 pounds good hard pounds good hard Tallow cOttan bushels Salt 225 gallons good Cider on the first dav of 1827 on the tirst day of 18-7 on the first day of 1827, and The remainder on the first dav of 1S2&. Old Point barrels of Pork 1800 bam Is fresh fine Flour 11760 gallons of good bushels ot s 12900 pounds of hard Soap 5S60 bird with cotton bushels of good ch nn Salt 3300 gallons of good One fourth on of One fourth 011 the 1st d -y of Sept. 182<", One fourth on the 1st tiny of 1827, And lhe remainder on ihe 1st day of 1828. the V. S. 6'J barrels ot Pork 125 barrels of tresh Flour 8C*0 gallons of goni Whiskey 55 bushels of good sourd 880 pounds of good hard Soap 400 pounds of gooU cotton wicks 14 of good Salt 225 gallons of cider Vinegar One fourth on the ist day of One fourth on the 1st of Sept. 1837, One fourth on the 1st day of Dec. And the remainder on tlie day of 13JS. N. barrels of 125 da of fire 80O gallons of bushels of 880 pounds of good ' 400 do of good hard Candies wii cotton wicks 14 bushels of 225 Kuod Vinegar One fourth on the 1st d y 18C7, One fourth on the 1st day 1S'.\\ ! fourth on the 1st day of Dec. 1S27, And the remainder on the iai day cf S. C. 120 barrels of Pork 250 do line 1600 gallons of good proof bushels of good sound 1760 pounds of good hard Soap 80b do of good hard tallow with cotton wicks 28 bushels of good clean Salt 450 gallons of good cider Vinegar One fourth on the 1st day of 1827, One fourth on the 1st Ay of 1827, One fourth on the 1st day of Dec. 1827, And the remainder the 1st day of 1853. 120 barrels of Pork 250 barrels of fine Flour 1600 gallons cf good proof bushels of good sound Beans 1760 at good hard Soap 800 pounds of good hard tallow cotton wicks 28 bushels good clean Salt 450 of good cider Vinegar on the first of 1827 on the first day of Se 1827 on the first day of 1827 And the remainder on tlie first day of 1828. 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 14 bushels cf pood Salt 225 gallons of cider Vinegar on the first day of 1827 on the first day of 1827 on the first day of 1827 And the remainder on the first cf 1828. St. 60 barrels of Pork ' 125 barrels of fine - * 800 of good bushels of hard pounds of good hard with cotton 14 bushels of clean Salt 225 gallons of good cider Vinegar on the first day of 1 on the day of 1827 on the fiust day 1827 the remainder on the first day of 162& is understood that the Pork to be contracted for at the depots at New and where the quality is otherwise consist of an entire Co except and which are Should be of less weight than 200 the deficiency is to be made up of good fat side No head is allowed to a barrel of The contractor at exclude the and make up with good side Candles to be made of good hard ton aad must be delivered in strong and secure and Candles in strong and secure of a convenient size for and sealed heart of white oak the Pork in barrels foil Pork contracted to be delivered at Tut Cantonment Council St. Fort Arv and St. to be picked with Turks Island Ths not to exceed 10 are to be inspected al the time of and the contractor to be liable for tiie expense of and all other they are delivered at such store houses as may be designated by the United The privilege is the United States of increasing or diminishing the quantities to be on previous provisions to be delivered at Council St. must pass St for ultimate destination by the 5th 1827, for above that they on boats and ready for transportation by that period a ure in particular will be considered a breach of and the Department will be authorized to to supply the power is reserved by Commissary of reducing the or of dispensing with one or more articles of at all the at anv time before entering into ahd prik in reserved independently of that of reducing on giving sixty notice previously to each But it is probable that no alteration or reduction will take place previous to the being advances will be made in any case payment will be made only on evidence being produced at this office of the delivery and is expressly that at all the depots a Til the salt is to be received by of thirty-two quarts to the a bid is and thereof to the person making the refusal or neglect part to give good and sufficient security within a reasonable to be specified by this it will then be at the option of this Department to consider the contract forfeited or is that persons making who are unknown 'n tills mmt accompany their by letters from of who are known to the All bids unaccompanied by such letters will not be is desirable that all proposals be sealed in a separate and marked for furnishing Army to be made in drafts on the Department at or some or in Treasury drafts 011 specie paying banks to July 4eot of subscribers have just received from jL per sloop a fresh supply of PAPER and vir best Vellum Quarto Folio Etc. i Lead Silver Pencil Sand Wafer i India assorted Water Visiting Pocket Note assorted red and black Ink and Ink Ivory und Bone Japan Recording Gunter's Scales and States aod Office a few Interest at 50 and 00. executed on reasonable and in the must B. The subscribers are prepared to the public with every tiling in Blank made with spring plated and on reasonable 50 Rooks 134 mostly price 00. U 7,'tawlm 1'enn GENERAL 10, addition to the Proposals already invited for carrying the Uo be at this Office 12th October separate proposals will be received fur transporting the ait three tintes veek upon the land and will also be received for the weekly transportation of the Mail between Upson e. Pike c. aod c. aug 11 _ ^ L RUS t die 22d day of August I shall for at public on the Lot E in lhe subdivision of lots 2 aod 3 in Square 322, on 12th in the city of of the residue at e and six equal with goed bearing interest from will be Sale on the at 4 o'clock P. H. in UiC yice of John june 21awt-l -M. The above sale is to the 22d same hour aad c aag 23wis .IOS. H. 1'ru^e Prince county sitting tu a of June by tiie that the report of the sale made by Alexander aie ofthe real estate of Levin T. be unless cause be shown to the contrary on or the first Monday in October next Provided a copy of this order be inserted in the National a week for three successive weeks before die mentioned The trustee reports the land tu have sold for live dollars and fifty-one per KJiY True Clerk j
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