Washington Daily National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 8, 1831, Washington, District Of Columbia Quot for Sale. Is that Valim ble farm lying in Prince William county Vir Frnia known by the name of Snow Hill. Ii a Dit taht from Alem Nam and Washington thirty Miles and from Haymarket about five. Is handsomely a tufted and in a Good neighbourhood the land in Well adapted to the produce of wheat com Rye Oats amp a. Amp a. A is one of the beat farms for pasturage in that part of a Louii by. It is divided into four Large Fields All of which Aie enclosed under Good fencing with a Good Supply of Woodland. The Are a Large and excellent Fame dwelling with a other necessary out houses. This Arm contain 896 acres has on it an of Ehard of excellent Fhi it. For terms apply to s. G. Thornton living on the at oin log film. 2d, a quot farm in Prince George s county md., can tuning Between 300 and 400 a cres bordering on the Creek and town of Pic a away and at joining the residence of the late or. Bowie a this farm is Well suited to the growth of tobacco wheat com amp a. A Una farm about two Miles from Piscataway containing about 250 acres now occupied by or. A. F. Bealie. For terms apply to the occupant. These two ferns win be add a Uher separate or together to suit iat Trahm cont Ning Between 300 and 400 acres known by the. Name of Dontonville in f Rince George s county md.,-situated on mat Uwom a swamp and and owning tite re Dences of the late general Philip Stuart Judd or. Benedict i. Semmes. There is a comfor Uble Frame dwelling on this Iann. For terms apply to u. H. Stuart living on the adjoining farm. A Ity property. A Lodi to. 1, Square no. 792, containing 6,400 Square feet on South d. And 4th Street East on which Are two Fane buildings. Oct22�?2�w3m___ Broad cloths. Ujke subscriber has Kitely received his fall Supply of j. Super medium and common Broad Coutlis which he win sell on Good terms by the piece or have made up to order in the style. Also a Large collect Tian of Drake neck Blue. Mack cinnamon White Buff and mixed Cai Temeres who Niue Temise assortment of velvets Valencia Marseilles and silk vesting and tailor s trim whigs of the Best Quality. Also a full Supply of British French Stilian russian German and Domestic dry goods which Are loitered at the lowest our it Ket pricey by tie a a ice or at retail. N y Addison Comer of Ridge and High streets 4>ct9r>-w�f Imit ladies Jica Demy and boarding a drool. My. And miss Bat who open a female Academy of the first monday in Panl next where they will instruct those Young ladies committed to their charge in beading writing Arith noetic Angl Irh grammar and geography with the use of the globes and maps Flam and ornamental needlework French music and drawing with the St test attention to morals manners and address. Their location is on eleventh Street West be Ween g and h streets North in a healthy situation wok the streets Are Well paved and the water Good. Terms beading writings arithmetic Plain and ornamental needlework �z4 per Quarter including English grammar geography Book keeping and a knowledge of accounts 5 per Quarter drawing the use of globes and maps 3 a a French 4 a a quot music three lessons per week with the use of piano Forte 10 quot boarding scholars including tuition washing St. Ej-�e3>t French and music payable half quarterly in and 36 a a Washington City two it of up amp Lawf orphan court of Prince George s county 19th october 1831. Do red by the court that the final account of Vrda Inis Duvall adminis Ator of George Page late county dec earn a presented to u>i8 court a or passage is hereby accordingly passe unless some person to it a persons interested in tie settlement of a Aid deceased s estate Shad make objection to said final account or to any other account that May have hereto five passed this court on or before the second tuesday in december next provided a copy of this order be in Ertelt a in some news paper published in the District of Columbia once a week file a a successive weeks and set up at the court House 4oor within ten Davs from the Date Hereof. Copy. Test. P. Chew Reg. 22�?w6w _ Orph it is court of print George s county october 19, 1831. Of efured by the court that the final account of William Beckett administrator of George w. <3iorch, late of Prince gelt age 8 county deceased presented to this court for passage is hereby accordingly passed unless some person or pensions inter filed in the a a Dement of said deceased s estate a fwd make object. Tons to is final account or to any other account that May have heretofore passed Liis court on or before the second tuesday of december next provided a copy of Riis older be ios Tad in newspaper published is Trieb Ati Iet of Columbia once a week for six Bucolt weeks and Sot up at the Kochut House dour within us do is fit the Date Hereof. Test Philemon Chew paper Marlboro oct 22�?w6t_reg.hardware amp cutlery. I he subscriber he just Vwe ived at his store. North in Side of pen Sylvania Avenue one door Wea of two Street a a is m fall and Winter Supply of goods Baiei which Are the following Viz ten plate Franklin and cooking stoves Lehigh Coal store fenders shovels and tongs brass Ai Dir i , plated castors petted and brass candlesticks snuffers amp trays Tea boards waiters knife Freud trays bets of Britanya handsome and cheap Ivory self to k Buck and Bones handle knives amp Forks Enki gives Rac sors scissors quot in tor Strops amp hones pocket books brass curtain bands and pins Glass Cort pins and commode knobs pit boxes a bin Oaks whips canes brass Wash kettles sad Waffle and tailors Irons Gridiron coach lace Copper Patent Irons Riivet and cast Iron teakettles latent irn fish kettles amp saucepans Kitchen Bellows double amp single barrel percussion and Bint lock guns f9wder Fth ttys shot and Bird bags. Of St a general assortment of building materials Carpen-ters�7o4l Joe. Amp a. Which he will sell on to lib most terms. R. W. Kornou. Thomas Gardiner m. Augbon dentist has tiie Honor to ofom Bis Ftp now citizens that having returned from Parie where for the last two years he has been study it dentistry under one of the mom Ezmie ended and celebrated gentlemen of the pro fusion be tenders his Semmes to the Public and Hopes by is attention and a Lull to Merit patronage. Or. 6. Has Brou Glit with him a la assortment of natural and the most approved Porc a latter far resemble so nearly the Bauml teem w to be from them when phoned inthe moult. Mons who have by cancer or other disease let is to bar a teat he win Supply with artificial either grecian or Boom if to cannot be distinguished from natural Aqwa. Aft a How be Ceen at his House on Penn Fara Iua a Wem 9th and loth streets. Wash if Luton City. Octt�?d3m Elf Varun Llan Gincas. A Large and splendid assortment from the in incr Ous Falcones top tier with foreign importations for. Ii Ooms and entries in the various Fasli ports of the present style to be Lead of the undersigned. The unil Ersik Wetli i quot addition to which has purchased tie Stock of or. Robinson who has declined the business. Every Effort that he can possibly make both in town nil country aided by Liis hands to give general satisfaction shall he his constant Stimly. Pennsylvania Avenue opposite the Indian Queen. Aug 5�?2uw3wif_s. P. Kent or Sale Tik two stores at present occupied by a. Mauro and Sou will be for rent on tie 1st of october. To Good tenants the rent will be Molt Levite. Or if application is made Early the a ii openly will be sold on Liberal terms. For a banking institution or for almost any description of business u presents one of the most eligible Situa Tiunis in the place. Enquire of Sam l. Stettinius agent. Sep 13�?tffifty Doi ars Reward foil negro Eliza who ran away from the subscriber about the 1st of september last. Eliza is a very dark mulatto about five feet six or set in inches High has Lai Joe feet and when walking tii rns in her toes very . Her upper Teeth Are very far apart has on one or both wrists a scar produced by a scald has a very full suit of hair and is fat and Well made. Her object for going off was to get to Pennsylvania. She has been very lately seen in Washington City Nie above Reward will be Given to have her confined in the jail in Washington or Brou Glit Home to the subscriber. The father of the above named girl is owned by or. Robert y. Brent of Montgomery county where Slie my be found. Norah Digges Green Hill Prince George county my. Oct 13�?tf______ i Ulilla Sale. Under the authority of a deed of Trust from Philip Stuart late of the City of Washington deceased to Robert j. Taylor tie following lots of ground with the buildings Ami improvements thereon situated in the City of Washington or so much thereof As will be sufficient to satisfy the sum of two thousand dollars with interest thereon from the first Day of september 1830, and the expenses of Sale will be offered for Sale at Public auction to the highest bidder at my auction rooms on the 18lh Day of january next that is to a Lou nos. 45, 46, 47, 48, and 49, in Square 503, lots nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, in Square 793. Sale at 12 o clock at noon. Terms Cash. Moses poor octl7�? auctioneer. N ill uru a lie Buldic of Jim Erica. Just received and on Sale by thou i so5 8c Hotca Icso history of the United states of Nortoft America exhibited in connexion with its chronology and progressive geography by Means of a a ories of maps so arranged As to show the state of the country at different subsequent epochs. Designed for Sci tools and private libraries. 4th edition 1831, revised and corrected. By Emma win lard. 1 vol. 8vo. Bound. Price to 25, with Atlas. Sept 19�?__ this is to give notice i hat the subscribers have obtained from the or a plans court of Prince George s county letters of administration on the personal estate of Osbourne Belt late of said county deceased All persons having against said estate Are hereby notified to exhibit the same regularly authenticated to the subscribers on or before the 18vh Day of april next otherwise by Law they excluded from All Benefit of said estate. Samuel t. Belt and William Tulburt oct 21�?w6t administrators of Osbo ame hat store. Illiam b Todd having purchased the entire Stock of or. I. H Wailes has for the convenience of Bis friends in the West end opened a Branch of his is Tabush ment at the Well known stand adjoining l. Shepherd s hair dressing rooms where having disposed of the old Stock he is now placing a new and Complete assortment of hats and Caps of eve variety of , and fashion. Hats and Caps of any pattern made at Short notice at either of his stores. Oct 11�?tf cheapest and most expeditious route. Faro reduced to s 8. From trashing ton City to Richmond Vir Ginia daily at 11 of clock. To Southern and southwestern travellers. A he new and elegant Steamboat Cygnet has been al placed on this route and passengers will be conveyed with As much Speed and Comfort As on any route in the United states. Passengers leaving Washington at 11 o clock will arrives me Day at Fredericksburg and to Richmond next Day at 10 o clock Only 24 hours. Fare to fac Ericksburg f 3 do Richmond 8 the mail stage leaves Richmond daily at 4 o clock a. M. Actives at Potomac Creek at 6 p. M. Passengers Stop on Board the boat and arrive in Washington Nett morning at 3 o clock and in Baltimore by 11 a. hours sooner than by any other route. The mail stage for Tennessee Aub Anaa Ohio Mississippi Anil , via Charlottsville and Staunton leaves Fredericksburg every Day except sunday at 1 a. Halifax route leaves Fredericksburg every monday wednesday and Friday at 2 a. M. This line connects with the new route to Guy Anotte on the Ohio 300 Miles below Wheeling and leaves Fredericksburg daily at 1 o clock a. M. March 6 d6t&wtf James Guy of min on deeds of Trust. Tie Aub sober has established a Dutin in by Corres Ponder Icv to procure Loans of Money on deeds of it mls if it raved pm in the City of Washington and Geff Fps Omni the Money win be loaned by the citizens of Phi brei al my my new York at a a per cent. The titles of Tbs in a erty to be indisputable and tie value of it to be by the most satisfactory evidence. From Secen to tenth and dollars to be disposed of As stated if Hgt Plicato on in Niiha a inn mediately. Tench Ringgold. Washington sept 9�?lawtf Oriental painting. Mrs. Isabella Smith begs leave to inform her friends and the Public that in addition to the ornamental branches of education taught in Iier Seminary on f Street near thirteen i a class is now opened for the Beautiful style of Oriental painting which is easily and speedily acquired and which any other Young ladies besides her regular pupils Are invited to attend. Specimens May be seen and terms made known at the Seminary where also cards of mrs. Smith s general terms for tuition and Board and lists of her references May be obtained oct 6�?eott introductory a Leuieu lectures. These will be delivered at the College on e Street during the ensuing week by or. Sewall on monday or. Has Ubersox on tuesday or. Won thursto of on wednesday or. Jones on thursday or. Hali on Friday or. Mat on saturday. The lectures at 12 o clock on each Day. Medical gentlemen and All others disposed to attend Are respect fury invited. Thos. Henderson m. Nov 3�?dtsat 12 Dean. W one Hundred dollars Reward. Ran away from the subscriber residing near War Renton Fauquier county a. On the morning of tues Laythe 9lh Day of August 1831, a negro Man is ave named Manuel who is a dark mulatto nearly Black Between 25 and 30 years of age about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches High a has thick lips is Well set and stoutly formed. No particular scars or Marks recollected. He wore a Short Blue cloth or Cabinet coat a fur hat car ried with him a Small bundle supposed to contain some clothing has been accustomed to work on a farm and can Nike a very Good Stone Wall. It is believed he is attempting to me his a to some of the Northern states. The above Reward a be pad if Manuel is apprehended North of the Potomac if taken Wuth of the Potomac a Reward of Fify dollars will be Given j should he succeed in reaching a non slave holding state fifty dollars will be paid for any information by which he May be reclaimed. Any information on the subject by letter will be immediately att euqued to and Titan fully received. B. Ward near Warrenton Fauquier county a aug 19�?2awlf for Sale or rent. Larcie and commodious dwelling formerly occupied by col. Thoa. Quot Bowie deceased situated in Bladensburg on the Heights above the tobacco Ware House wit ii six acres of und attached thereto extending to the said Ware House. Any person who has a family and disposed to carry on the mercantile business will find the situation per Lerable to any other in town. Persons wishing to Purchase or rent will apply to the subscriber living near Queen Ann Prince George s county. Maryland. We. Clagett. November 3�?w8t___ Nice. Y wife Elizabeth Mcdonald having left my bed and Board in company with one Patrick Shae this is to forewarn any person from to testing her on my account for i will pay no debts of her contracting after this Date. Terence Mcdonald. Nov 4�?3t m for new Orleans. The Copperud and Copper fastened new Brig Tribune Isaac Staples roaster will sail for the above port on the 15th inst. Persons wishing to ship by this splendid packet will please make Early application to Franklin amp Are afield nov. 4�?d&ctl5tl> Alexandria d. C. A card. A to the proprietor of quot Holmes s al improved comfy Laster quot hereby announces or. We. Guk Toh druggist at the Comer of Pennsylvania Avenue and Nett Street As his sole agent for uie Sale of that article in the City of Washington. The High character which this Medicine Bas acquired and the testimony already adduced in support of its Efficacy almost super sede the necessity of another word being said on the subject. It May be proper however to remark that among ii hundreds of patrons not a solitary complaint has been Public Sale. In virtue of a writ of distraint for ground rent and to me Dii acted i shall expose to Public Sale on saturday the 12th Day of november 1831, at 1 o clock p. M. On the premises All the right interest and leasehold estate of John Homor deceased in and to part of lot 11, in Square 928, in the City of Washington fronting 17 feet on 9th Street East and running Back the depth of the lot with the improvements thereon being a Story and a half Frame dwelling House and the appurtenances thereto belonging taken As the property of said Homor deceased and will be sold to satisfy ground rent in arrears due the estate of William Prout. Terms of Sale Cash. Geo. Adams nov 4�?5t Bailiff. Uttered. It is in truth a Sovereign Renoldy and an infallible cure. Tie it is a compound Aref lease apply at uie old snub tobacco and fancy All perfectly innocent and . And its opera on easy 5 a quot a messes. Thompson 8c Homans boo guns pistols find other sporting implements. The Sti Scriber has just received in it a new York in addition to his Stock on hand a handsome assortment of double and single barrel percussion guns of various qualities Aud at such reduced and varied prices As it is hoped will meet the approbation of All who wish to Supply themselves for the present season. Fifty pairs of travelling and pocket pistols some very Fine London made percussion and Flint locks double and single barrels Spang bayonets amp a. Also double and single Patent and Plain shot pouches Pound i and i la Copper powder flasks game bags dog whips and whistles sportsmen s bottles and varnished leather drinking cups and generally All such articles of the Best Quality As pert a to the sports of the Field. A so�?30,000 of the most a Superior Havana cigars in half Quarter and eighth boxes purchased of the Roost extensive regular importers and warranted genuine. And a Large Supply of Brown s celebrated chewing tobacco at least one year older than any other of Brown s Best tobacco now in this District. Please apply at tie old snuff tobacco and fancy a operation easy and with out pain. In order to bring this remedy within the reach of every description of persons the Price has been mat ally reduced. 0ct.30�?tf f. H. Pettis. Note or. Jobs f. Chi ask druggist at Barnard s hotel and opposite use Peikre Market Pennsylvania Avenue is this Day also appointed agent for the Sale of the above plaster oct 20for rent that neat two Story Brick dwelling House _ situated on the East Side of 14th Street be Tweed f and g. Streets North now in the occupancy of or. Maccubbin. Possession May be had on the 1st of november next. For terms inquire of Robert Getty. Oct 20�?dtf_fourth auditor s office. Rubock Sale of valuable land. The undersigned will sell at the auction rooms of Philip Mauro amp son on saturday the 19th Day of november instant part of a tract of land called Lan Ham s Delight lying in Prince George s county my. About four Miles from the Navy Yard Bridge adjoining the lands of Theodore Middleton and Francis quot Tobon s heirs confining about 265 acres in which is included six or seven acres of Good Meadow land and Wood sufficient for its support. Terms one fourth Maslij for the balance approved negotiable notes at six twelve and eighteen months with interest on each instalment. A great bargain May be bad. The Sale will be positive and without Reserve. Sale to Uke place at 11 o clock a. M. Title Indis pitiable. Mary c. Ringgold. s. Hin Gold us nov Huntt John m. Thomas. P. Mauro amp son nov 5 a dts auctioneers store Pennsylvania Avenue. Lewis Johnson. P. S. 30,000 percussion Caps in boxes of so and 250 each warranted of the very first Quality and cheap. And a very extensive assortment of fancy goods generally at the Lowess prices. Nov 4�?3t Edward Owen Draper and tailor Fenn. Avenue near the Fiutem Market House with great care and considerable experience has made his selection of the latest and choicest fall and Winter goods together with the prevailing fashions which with Bis former Stock comprises mater mls for the furnishing his customers with garments of any description and the Best in Quality. The Liberal encouragement the subscriber has received is gratefully acknowledged and he respectfully invites the Public generally to examine the articles in store and judge accordingly. They consist of the first Quality of cloth Cassimeris silk velvet and a variety of fancy vesting stocks amp a. Amp a. Which he will make up with moderation and alacrity. E. Owen has also received a Quantity of Welsh flannel an article Well Worth the attention of Liose who like Comfort in the cold season. Nov 4�?2m boots and shoes. The subscribers have this Day received by tie Schr. Pioneer from Bostons 20 cases of 00 pain. Men s and boys coarse brogans 5 do 300 do do Fine do 5 do 150 do men s boots 5 do 400 do women a children a amp a. Assorted tie attention of dealers planters and canal men is respectfully invited to the above. Gibbs amp Coyle. Nov 4�?3t c. Eckloff Mehan Elj to Tillor perms Loania Avenue Between qty of qty streets respectfully informs his customers and the Public that he has received by the latest arrivals a Large and splendid assortment of fall and win ter goods comprising All Fiat is fashionable and handsome. Among which Are Mulberry Imperial Claret invisible Green Blue Black and Brown cloths. Lavender striped rage and super London slate mixed Cassimeris amp vesting of every description suitable to the season which by the number of hands to his employ he will make up to the Universal satisfaction of those who May please to favor him with their custom and for the convenience of his customers and the Public lie has on hand and Hii object is to keep a Large assortment of fashionable ready made clothing made with As much satisfaction As though it were made to order. He therefore requests them to Call and examine for themselves. He also continues to keep on hand a Large and Well selected assortment of fancy Articie such As handkerchief is Patent stocks of every size shape and color i gloves Hose and socks. In Short he can Supply every article belonging to a gentle Nan s wardrobe oct 18�?eo6m peach Orchard Coal Yard on to a Street Between e Street and Penn. Avenue. F i he subscribers have become the owners of a Large Quantity of peach Orchard Coal which they offer for Sale at a very Small Advance. The superiority of this article is so Manifest that persons Are invited to Purchase a Small Quantity for trial. The Peculiar advantages of this Anthracite Coal is in its ready ignition in Small quantities 5 Aud it May be wed in the Rich Mogul Coal grates by making use of charcoal for kindling. It is free from a Brimstone smell and makes but Little ashes. Also on hand Hickory Oak and Pine Wood. Oct 12�?_hinkle amp 1 ice. The undersigned being possessed of a Gold mine in the county of Iredell n. C. About eight Miles fast of Statesville the Ore of which is thought to be Good and being so situated that neither of them can give their whole attention to the superintendence of said mine j they Are desirous of receiving a fourth partner Olio is j skilled in the mining business and who will undertake the superintendence or the work. Should any such per j son be desirous of entering in As a partner with the undersigned they Are desired to and View the mine and bring with them certificate of their skill and honesty and they will be received on Liberal terms. Two of the undersigned live near Statesville and the other lives in the county of Rowan Abonit six Miles from the mine. Thomas a. Allison Andrew n. Allison october 19�?im t Homas matthews.__10 rent the store room on 7th Street Opo _ site the patriotic Bank. Enquire of or. A i Muel Phiillips next door or to the subscriber. Thomas ferral. Oct. 27-2aw2w Tel new Pulilli cations. I Ell on Baths and Mineral Waters in two parts. Part 1. A full account of tie hygienic and curative Powers of cold tepid warm hot and vapor Baths and of sea bathing. Part h. A history of the chemical composition and medicinal Pri it parties of the chief Mineral Springs of the United states and of Europe. By John Bell . Thoughts on female education by mrs. Townshend Stith. Price 37ic. Sixty years of the life of Jeremy Levis. 2 vols. 12mo. Price $2. For Saleby Thompson amp Homans. Nov 2�?_cash Cash Cash i wish to Purchase Fth m 20 to 30 Likely Youn negroes of both sexes from the age of 12 to 25, for which higher Price will be Given than by any other purchasers who Are now in Washin on or Marlboro any communication will be promptly attended to. I can at All times be found at my residence 9th Street near uie general Post office. Oct28�?eo6t_washington r. Thompson item Baxt tailor. Having removed from his old stand at Brown s hotel has selected an establishment two doors East of Coale amp co s Library and opposite poor s auction store i where he has a very handsome assortment of cloths Rea. I by made clothing amp a. He invites his friends and the Public to give him a Call. J. R. T. Would add that he is conducting the above business for himself and not As formerly for Tucker amp Thompson. Oct 27�?phineas Janney has received per Brig John capt. Thompson from Stockholm 250 to it is of swedish Iron which with 260 tons of swedish and English Iron previously in store makes his assortment very Complete consisting of round Iron from 3 16ihs of an Inch to 2 inches , Square ditto from i Inch to 4 inches squares Flat ditto from 1 Inch to ii inches wide and from Inch Loli Inch thick. Plough plates and land sides. Also in store 30 boxes of tin in plates of various sizes and excellent Quality. All of which he offers for Sale on accommodating terms. Alexandria oct. 31�?eo 7t__ten dollars Reward. Strayed or stolen from the subscriber on or about the 20th instant from the commons of Washington City a Light Grey horse about 11 or 12 years old and about fifteen hands High has a Long switch tail and some dark spots about his thighs and hips had shoes on before and a crack on one of the hoofs of his Hind feet i think in the left from the hair to the Bottom. He looks sometimes As though he has not been alter etl although he has.1 i will give the above Reward to any person who will deliver the said horse to Singleton Townshend living on the Capitol Hill Washington City or to the subscriber living near Piscataway in Prince George county Maryland. Oct 25�?�,o3w_william College medical department. The medical lectures in this City will commence As usual on the first monday in november As follows Anatomy and physiology by Thos. Sewall m. I. Theory and practice of Medicine by Thos. Is Sosa soil m. Materia Medica by s. W. Wont Hisook m. I. Obstetrics by Fred Eizick mat m. Chemistry by Taos. P. Johes m. Surgery by Jas. C. Hau., m. The fee to each professor is f 15 the matriculation fee $5 the graduation fee 0. Students desirous to attend the lectures under the Law for gratuitous admission from each state Are requested to make application to the let Ean. Thos. Henderson m. D., Dean. Washington aug 23, 1831.�?dlwctnlo tii pascht depart Mitt october 12, 1831 the House of representatives by a Resolution of the 4tli of May 18.30, directed the Secretary of the trea sury to collect and to the House such information and report iii views on the same As in his opinion May be useful and Imph Tant to Congress in enacting regulations for the navigation of steam boats or steam vessels with a View to guard against the dangers arising from the bursting of their boilers. Such measures were acco Klingly taken As were thought Best calculated to obtain the requisite information. But although some highly interesting and valuable communications have been receive to the Peru rement has not succeeded in collecting the facts sufficient to enable it to fulfil the directions of the House. In consideration therefore of the difficulty of obtaining the requisite information by any Means within the Power of the department and of the deep interest which the comm City and More especially those engaged in steam navigation have in the subject it is the Milit Best to make Liis Public application to All who May be Able and Are disposed to promote the benevolent object of the Resolution. Accidents like those which it is the desire of the House to prevent have unfortunately been so numerous that Many persons will have it in their Power to state the causes and circumstances of such casualties and these collected from various parts of the Union cannot fail to be highly useful. With a View to assist in giving that information a precise and explicit character the following queries were prepared. It is not intended however to confine it to the Points presented to Vliem or to the form of communication which they May seem to indicate. On the contrary the department will be Happy to receive any information within the a Cope of the Resolution and communicated in such manner As the writer May be pleased to employ. It is desirable that communications on this subject should be transmitted by the first of december or Early As May be i Cream or. Louis Mclane scr claim of the Treasury. in rela110n to the bursting of steam boilers. L arc you Acque jointed with the nature and use of steam engines in what employment have you been engaged were you present and in we it capacity at the bursting of any steam boiler or collapsing of a flue or have you been made acquainted by other Means with the fact in any such Case it if so in what Case 2. In that Case was the water in the boiler above the gauge Cocks if not at Liat height compared with the lower gauge cock 3. If the boiler contained a flue what was the difference Between the height of its upper Side and Liat of the lower gauge cock ? 4. What was the weight per Square Inch on the safety valve 5. Had the safety valve Ever been found rusted or sticking in the aperture or was it so at the time 6. Had that part of the boiler above the water Ever been healed to a red heat or approaching thereto ? 7. Was there any encrustation or sediment found at the Bottom of the boiler if so who to was its thickness and composition ? 8. In what part was the boiler rent and what was the appearance Anil extent of the rent 9. If the bursting happened to the boiler of a Steamboat was the boat Iuler Way or at it was the valve open if so How Long bet re the Accident f was it opened by the Engineer or by pressure 10. Was to c Piston going at its usual Speed or faster or slower 11. Had the firemen found any unusual difficulty in keeping up the motion of the engine previously to the bursting of the boiler and if so How Long bet re 12. Do the Iron boilers used in the Western Waters generally accumulate a calcareous encrustation at the Bottom if so have and or what Means been used with Success to prevent it ? 13. Is it observe to that when there is a sediment or encrustation on the Bottom of the boiler it requires More fire than usual to raise the steam and How often is the be aliment removed and by what Means 14. Are any Means used for preventing encrustation on the Bottom of boilers i and if so Liat effect has been observed 15. Have any Means been employed to prove steam boilers before they Are used or afterwards and what pressure has usually been applied to Iron of a Given thickness ? Are the proofs made when the Iron is cold or hot ? 16. Is there any instrument employed to ascertain the temperature of the boiler above the water or of the steam in the upper part of the boiler ? if so what is it 17. What Means Are used to prevent the fire from the fire place and flue from extending to the boat 18. Have you Ever seen steam boilers heated to a red heat on the upper Side f if so is such a temperature regarded As a cause of exploding the boiler ? 19. Have any Means been used in the construction of boilers or fire places to prevent the heating of the upper part of the boiler if so what Are they 20. How Many persons were scalded by steam and at what distance was each from the boiler at what distance from the boiler was the steam supposed to be hot enough to scald ? was the current of steam from the rent in the boiler instantaneous or did it continue for some time and How Long ? what number of persons were wounded by the parts of the boiler or machinery which were driven off by the explosion and what position did each of such persons occupy in the boat 21. Have you Ever observed the Piston to move irregularly for a few minutes or for a few strokes alternately faster or slower than its usual Speed without perceiving any change in the resistance to the paddles or any other obvious cause for such irregularity and if so How it was accounted for 22 to what immediate cause have you attributed the Bui sting of tie steam boilers which have within your knowledge 23. Are there any other facts within your knowledge in relation to this subject which appears to be important in the present inquiry if so please to state them. Or to be published twice s week in the papers authorized to publish the Laws. Oct 14�?2awtlstd am for rent the three Story Brick House with stable and _ coach House on 17tl� Street opposite the Navy a departments now in the occur paid by of the Hon. Judge Thruston and formerly of his excellency or. Re Bello. Minister from Brazil. Independent of its general convenience As a private residence it has a dry cellar and a pump of excellent water in the Yard. The adjoining lot can be used with the House if desirable. Possession can be Given on the 1st of december next. For particulars apply at or. Redfern s grocery store seven buildings or to the subscriber at Georgetown oct 26�?2w m. on chemistry and the auxiliary branches of science. Or. Thomas p. Jones professor of chemistry in the medical department of the columbian College will deliver a lecture introductory to his course at the Hall of the department Corner of e and 10th streets on thursday tie 10th november at 12 o clock. The lectures in the regular course will be delivered every succeeding monday wednesday and Friday during the session commencing at 5 Ami closing at 6 o clock in the evening. To the introductory and the first three i it dec Tures of the course admittance will be free. Tickets for the course to gentlemen not members of the medical class -. I 10 to ladies. 5 the principles of chemistry and of the auxiliary branches of science will be familiarly explained and the whole illustrated by numerous and appropriate experiments. Persons wishing for tickets Ore requested to leave their names at the residence of or. Jones Corner of e and 8tli streets. Nov 3�?codtl3 the Asur dip artiest oct. 1. 1831. Notice is hereby Given to the proprietors of the four and a half per cent. Slock of five millions of dollars created in Pui stance of an act of Congress passed on the 26th of May 1824., Liat the certificates of the said Stock will be paid on the 1st Day of january next to the proprietors thereof or their Legal representatives or attorneys duly constituted on the presentation and surrender of the said certificates at the Treasury or at tie loan office where tie same May stand credited. Notice is further Given that no Transfer of the certificates of said Stock from the books of the Treasury or any loan office will be al need of it or tie Day of dec Ember next. And Aho that the on All the certificates of the said Stock will cease an i determine on the of december next. Louis Mclane oct 3�?eowu 1 a Ccreary of the Treasury to printers. Robert Hoe amp co. Press makers i machinists 7/�a and furnish at Short ii i a r lowing quot Napier Treajwell Smith copperplate in hot ,1, r and other printing presses Hydro Static and quot sir standing presses saddlers notarial copy Init i a i in. 1 ers cutting presses 81c. Also ruling Machinas stereotype blocks impose. Stones binders and carders shears crises i mar ing Slicks rollers roller and Ball skins and Moui 1 for casting composition rollers cases and stau u cases brass Rule Iron furniture Parchment i is Luis ets Bruslins saws bodkins and every article belong ing to a office including types. To All orders from the District of Columbia and Viii Ity May be forwarded through their of int Vimr Fathe Risoji at his paper Ware House Corner Luh str i and Avenue who has now on Hau l one Smith s Patent Royal printing comply be in put up for inspection. Wahine ton City March 1�?dlmcly orphan s court of Prince Sqq Ember 13, 1 Sli ordered by the court that the final account Elizabelh Ann Berry administer matrix of ill spurn it Berry presented to this court for passage is hereby an Cortlin Gly passed unless some person or persons in sri. To in the settlement of said deceased s estate Sigall make objection to said final account or to any of incr acco iii that May have heretofore passed Liis court on or before the St Conil tuesday in october next provi la Ltd a c in of this order be inserted in some newspaper up is cd iii the District of Columbia once a week fur six successive weeks and set up at the court House door within ten Days from the Date Hereof. Test p. Chow sep 21�?w6w _ tick on France. The subscriber tenders his services to his for tends and the Pulitic As agent for the recovery of of american citizens on France for spoliation commit cd under the authority of the French guv i neut on property. It being understood Liat the arrangement lately made in regard to those claims by tar. Hives o in Ministerio the court of France will Lead to some on the part of Congress at their next session of distributing among the claimants entitled to receive it the Money to be paid by the French Over Ament claimants disposed to Avail themselves of like us Inscriber s Agency would do Well to communicate with him immediately. Letters Post paid addressed to him a a get promptly attended to and information concerning the Curas we al at All times be cheerfully Given. John f. Webb. Sept 17�?3tawtf_ a Ultimore life insurance company. Of residents Juko. J. Doxy Lysok. A inc Cora. Robt Oliver Jno. A Morris w. W. Taylor Saml. J. Dona son Jos. Todhunter Edwd. G. Wool car Silas Marean Benj. 1. Mig Doug Secretary Geo. Catir get apr. I he company is prepared to make insurance on lives to Grant annuities to contract for payments to receive and to make ill Kin h of contracts in which the casualties of life and ii rest of Money a Are involved. Insurance on lives May be made for one or More lives or for life. Any person whose family is dependent on his Industry for support May by the appropriation of a Small portion of his salary or earnings make provision for his family at his death or a creditor whose Hopes of payment Are founded on the life of his debtor May thus secure his debt or a husband whose wife enjoys an annuity May have it continued to him at her death by effecting an insurance on her life. These insurances May be Nia Lefor the Benefit of the family without being subject to the claim of creditors. If Homes will be granted for one or More lives and payable quarterly half quarterly or annually to commence immediately or at any particular age or to be paid to a wife or children in Case they should survive. An aped person whose income is inadequate to his support can Purchase an annuity much beyond the simple interest Ami thus secure an ample income for life. A wife can for the surrender of her right of Dower Purchase a life annuity or persons holding estates subject to Dower or paying Aiu Iai ties May extinguish the claim. property May be Given to the company for children to accumulate at compound interest till they attain any particular age. Trusts will be executed by the company at a Small expense without the danger arising from the death or insolvency of trustees. The company will also make any other contract in which life or the interest of Money is involved. Office no. 22, St. Paupst Street Baltimore. Applications by mail Post paid will be attended to. April 27�?dly new Orleans. Rpm planters and merchants hotel no. 15, canal Street. A his Large and commodious establishment is new in i de going a general course of repairs and improvements in the distribution of Light and Many additional comforts in the sleeping apartments which owing to the advanced season in which Possession was obtained could not be accomplished last year. The proprietor takes this Opportunity of assuring her friends and the pubic that no Effort shall be wanting on her part to give general satisfaction. She would at the same time observe that from either design or ignorance strangers arriving in this City have been dissuaded from putting up at her House by being informed that it was full. Her present establishment contains upwards of sixty bed Chambers a parlor and a dining room which can accommodate 180 persons so that she Hopes none will be deterred from judging for themselves by applying to the proprietor. The bar room is very spacious and supplied with the Best Northern and City papers As also with the choicest liquors. New Orleans oct 8�?2aw2msale of a lottery. The undersigned Are empowered by the commis Sion ers of the Warrenton and Thornton s Gap turn i to contract for the drawing of the lottery authorized by the general Assembly Tobe drawn for the purpose of opening and constructing a Turnpike from Warrenton to Thornton s Gap in the Blue Ridge. The amount to be raised is Twenty five thousand dollars. Proposals will be received at Warrenton Viu Quick county a if addressed to the subscribers. We. A or Robert Hart. Thos. Spindle. John Walden oct 8�?t20n r. Ceil los. I have Juu received per Schooner velocity of ctn Boston Viz a Supply of High Back rocking chairs. With an assortment of elegant Spring seat do. Which combining in a Peculiar manner Case lament. A Large lot of chairs Wood , and Rush seats it very Low prices. Oct 20�?eo3t Rich. Wrig 100 Doltl is re Ward. An away from the subscriber on sunday Evenoff last. Two apprentices to the tinning Itu Smuss James Henry aged about 17 years a Yoi Iti with a remarkable Black Mark under one of his eyes a Active and intelligent and very plausible. The other James m Cann about the same a rather Stout made very High Cheek Bones and has Lati a a Down look. They Are both pretty Well experienced quot quot their business. Their clothing being various cannot described but Are supposed to be dressed in n in. 1-Boiits. A Reward of fifty dollars each will be a their Appu Hension on securing them so that i i again. All Piersons arc Lorii Lia Borin quot of crediting said apprentices at the peril of the James couil., oct 19 �?eo6t no. 10, Baltimore by.