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a JVcw Series JVo. 17. FoZ. I. LEXINGTON, K. MONDAY, APBIL 24, 1815. Hart John Hawkins Eliza Hardman Edward Holderman Jacob Haden Joel II. Hunt George IS PUBLISHED IVEHT MOSDAT MOBHISO, BY Hess Henry Mines John 11. Hannegan E. B. Higgins Wm. Helms Thomas Hickman David-- 2 . Ji Two Dollars per annum, paid in advance, or Hogan Lewis 2 Hagan Charles 2 Hughes John Holly John 2 l hree JJollars at the end ofthe Year. Hawkins Augustus Hickman John HandleyJohn Henderson Charles Haslup Susan Howard George Hawley Eleazer Hulls John Tn the Lexington Post Office on the 1st of Harris Randolph Houston Mathew April, 1815 which, it not taken out in three Harrison C. Robt. Houston Robert months, will be sent to the General Post Of- Higbee Josh. Harris Rolin 2 fice as dead letters : Hawkins Thos. W. Hillix James A Hardesty David Hanna Joseph Armstrong John 2 Alexander George Hamilton James Hodges Nicholas Armstrong Andrew 2 Angel Cynthia Hastings Benj. Hocker Nancy Armstrong Samuel Angel Elias Harris Edvvd. Henry John Atchison Alexander Anderson Caroline Hawkins Martin 3 Hicks John Ashby Benjamin Ashhurst Kobt. Holloway Owen Hines Bennet Annes Elizabeth 2 Allford William. Hamlet busan Holder Capt.C. Annes Robert B. 2 Aicor James Haggard John Hilton Jane Alford & Durritson Allnett Edward II. Headdington Abel 2 Haines Henry Abernathy Blackstons Allen Richard Haden Wm. D. Hall Charles Mexander J udith Anyon John uexanaer w imam 3 Arvine John Juit M. M. Johnson Benj. Capt. B Jamison Wm. M. Johnson Samuel Brown George Brite Henry Jones W. D. H. 3 Jackson John G. Brown James 2 Buchanon Nancy Jones William Jackson Pomela Drown John Buchanon Joseph Ives Wm. 2 Jackson Peter Brown Abr. C. Eowman John Johnson J. C. Innis Harry Dr. Drown Isaac Black Joseph Johnson Simpson Irvin Mrs. Brown Dr. Sam!. Beach John Johnson Orin 3 Jordan William Brown Eliza Beauchamp S. Johnson Francis Jenkins Hamilton. Brownlee George 2 Beanklan William K Boggs Itobert 3 Ball James Kennedy John Kinner Christopher Breckenridge Robt. 2 Barklow William Kiummer Wm. F. 2 Ivies Wm. Breckenridge John 2 Beatty James Krouse Peter Mr. Kennedy (Comn.) Bledsoe Aaron Bolds Jpsepii Keiser William Knox Benjamin' Bledsoe Richard Barbour Phil. S. Kennedy Walter Kyle Robert Bradford William Bainbridge Abm. Kemper Tilman Kay John Bradford Daniel Bartlet Wm. Kneeland E. H. Bradford Fielding Boys William h Barr Robt. Senr. Bullock Edmund Luman Sally "Land Moses Barr John 2 Boals William Leany Joseph Lovell Benj. Ballenger Francis 3 Barton Jno. or David Luney Thos. 2 Laten Daniel Butler Jno. 2 Blythe Jeremiah Love William Long Tabitha Bell Eanice Brink Patsey Lay Nancy 2 Lamkjn Chas. II.' Bell Franky Barret Elisha Long Elisha Logan George Burch Stapleton Bosworth David Leonard Carlos Letory Monsieur 2 Burch Samuel Bridges Henry Lawes Thomas Loyd Wm. Branham Graydon Broddus Edwin Latta James Lee James C. Brandon Joseph Bruce Waddle Lakin BHnj. Blanks Josephus Barret John .1 Bovd John Blackmore John Musgrave Culhbert Mimms Gideon Bland John Ballard Curtis Moody Burjess S. Moore Nimrod Barnet Polly Moore Samuel T. Martin John Bowles Isaac Brashear Walter 2 Moore Harben 5 Marshall James Brockman Job Bell David Martington James Morgan Asa Bently William Byrd Abraham Morgan Sally Metcalfllai Benson John Barker John Moore David II. 2 Merriam Eben'r. 2 Barrow David Bryan Enoch Merrideth Wm. Mather Robert Boswell Thomas E. Brook Elias Martin David Morrison George BairdT.D. 2 Berry John Mill igan Josh. Moffit George Barker William Clerk F. C. C. Milson John Murphy John Bolton John Buwes Joseph Morris Thos. S. 2 Morriss Joshua ilaker Isaac Brooks Elias Munday James Muir Essley JJowen E. Manuel Wm. Murdoc Joseph Boswell W. E. Barker Wilson II. MetcalfBarnett Mahon Thos. S. C Moody Buries Meglone Jane Cook Wtlliun-B- . Cummens Thomas Mill-- r John B. Martin John Camble John 2 Chattertbn Thomas Martin Kitty Maxwell Robt. Creekbaum Philip Childes Linsey Moore Wm. Moore Francis Clark Cary L. ChildqsThos.C.&Co. Moore John T. 2 Martin James Cross John Cavins Wm. 2 Mobley William Martin Valentine Clarke Thomas 2 Carr Dabney Meflbrd Margaret Morriss Joshua Case Walter Conaway Peter Milton Elijah 3 Murchant Thos. Christian John Chrissman Mr. JU'cs. Christon John 2 Cockrell Su3an M'Dowell James M'Phettrs Wm. Cole Richard Crothers Abner M'Isaac Isaac M'Carty Justin B. Chase Abel D. 3 Campbell James M'Murtrie David 2 M'Clellan Wm. Camp Wm. G. Coghlan Edward M'Callum Daniel M'Dowell Hester Cock John Clifford Ann M'Caullcy James M'Affee Thomas 2 Cecil John G. 2 Chamberlain Thos. M'NairR.H. 2 M'Kaniel Philip Campbell Isabella Conquest James M'Crossky Elijah M'Call Ross Campbell Marsraret uummins Wm. M'Phecters Addison M'Grannalian Chas. Campbell John Col. 4 Collins Sarah M'Coy Daniel M'Donnell Alexr. 2 Cogswell Samuel Culson Edward M'Lean Cornelius M'Mahon James Clopper Dr. John Clark Jamei C. M'Qua Mr. M'Coy Robt. ' Chamlin Mary Ann Coggeshell George M'Croskey James M'Daniel Philip Clark Enoch Caldwell William M'Bride Samuel M'Chesney John 2 Cox Jacob Cockshott Arthur M'Afee Robert M'Chesney William Chowning Charles Cabell Harriet JV Cox Benjamin S. Charmberlain RUenor Nichols Daniel Noel Wm. 2 Cromwell Oliver Comstock Daniel Noe James Neuman Jonathan Creath Jacob 2. Carr Joseph O Carlisle Daniel Clemens James . Offiit II. J. 2 Orris Oliver 2 Campbell Chas. L. Oneal Robert Owiilgs Bale D Oulen Leavy Orange John 2 Davis Benjamin Dunn Robt. Owins Joshua O'Fallontfohn Davis John Dodds David Overton Rebecca Overton James Davis James E. Dillen John P Darnaba John Dukey Wm. Price fohn Rev, Pogue Elijah Drake Hannah Davenport Wm. Price Willis Palmateer Wm. Durcan Wm. 6 Dascomb Daniel Patterson David W. Patterson Nelly Dunlap John R. 2 Davis Josiah " Pagget William Patterson, Wm. Darby Leonard Duncan C. K. & Co. Preston Walter Preston Francis Dudley John Doneley George Pearson Edmund Parker Polly Devore Samuel Drasdale Reuberi ' Pfgg" Louis Payne Nathan Davies Thos. S. Peacher Win. Pollock JB Pearson C. Nancy EveJabez Epperson Francis Piatt John Poindexter Wm. Edes James 2 Essex Wm. & Son Philson Thomas 4 Pullen Henry English G. B. 3 Ears Samuel Pinkard George Payne Edward Eestoun Ralph Evans David Pew Jonathan Evans Zachariah Eades Thos. THE KENTUCKY GAZETTE F. BRADFORD, Jit. List of Letters J ' rt I'-- I, i J Smith John Smith Susana Smith Greenberry Smith Mathew Smith W. SmithsonJohn M. Steel Nancy Steel James 2 Steele James II. 2 Steel Thomas Shoots Mary Shoots Wm. 2 Shipley Richard Sties Wm. Scott John Shields James C. Seartreant Shipham Eliakam swan ueorge Flournoy Mathews Fryatt Rebecca Fry George Fergation William Findley Samuel Faulconer Nelson Fetter Dorothea 2 Ferguson Clifton Fenwick William Faris Christian Franklin Henry Gilchrist James Gwin Thomas G. Gray George Gray Samuel Gaines Wm.F. Gardner Thomas 2 Gaw Chambers Gardiner Wm. Grimes Willis. Garrett Henry Gossom Mary Gaunt Wm. Grooms Elijah Green Willis 3 George John G. Grant Noah Hamilton Eliza 2 Hamilton John 3 Haughey Thomas Q F Ferguson John & Peter Faulconer Thomas Faulconer Joseph Frary James Foster Isaac Fauntleroy Joseph Fair James Finch Wm. Fink John Ferguson Pricilla Ferguson Thomas ' Grant Thomas Gildford Nathan Gravea Thos. W. Greathouse Wm. Griffiths Thomas Garrison El will Grayham Richd. Gaunt Wm. 6ib6on Lucy Gwathmey Isaac Gray W. S. Gaines. Samuel Grale John Gamble Samuel Gist-Henr- y II C. Henry Wm. 3 Haggard Rice 2 Hallowell Wm. 1. Quarles Roger 3 Russell Andrew Robinson Thomas 2 Roper Wm. Russell Robert 2 Rohrer Jacob Robinson Doctr. W. Railey Peter I. Rutherford Rachael Ritchie Samuel Ridgely Richard Richards Meriam Rew Joseph Rankin Parker Rigg Jonathan Robins John J. Trustees of the Town Thomson William Trimble James Taylor Josephus Tompkins Jane 2 Talbott Daniel Terrell George 2 l bompson truster Tomlinson Wm. Tilford John W. 2 True James Todd David Taul Micah, Taylor JamesK. ialbott Jonathan Reed Wm. Rose Wm. 4 Remington Wm. Redman Reuben Richardson Thomas Reed Robert Robinson Wm. Roots (an Ostler) Royle Thomas Ritter George A. Rodes James Roman William Robins John Richardson James Rawlins John & W. S Sanders Julius Smith Clement 2 Smith Hugh Smith Joseph Smith Julia Ann Smith George Smith J.B.N. Smith Doct.Sam. Smith Thomas Smith Claiborne Smith Eliza F. Smith William Smith Mary Ann Smith Temple Smith Stephen Sm,ith Joseph D. 2 Stone Henry Sowdoskey Jacob Suddith Henry Starling Jas. or Jno. Scroggin Johnson Spencer Samuel Slaughter Wm. Smart John Sheely Benj. Saunders Benj. Shortridge John 2 Shutter John Summers John Stiverson Jacob Strous George Sayres-Hanna- h Thomas James 2 Todd Dr. John Todd North Thompson Wm. Troutman Mr. Tarlton Alfred Thompson George Thompson Thomas Thomas John Topson Samuel Throuse Peter Tunstall Eliza C. Tomlinson Wm. Tanner John U Upson Stephen V Vanpelt Mr. W Wood Henry Williamson Garrett Woodward George Winters James Whiting Amos Wheeler Jesse W. Washington John Wilkinson Josh. Williams Zephania Williams Daniel West Charles Watt.John Wilson Robert Welch Thomas Ware Daniel Williams Benj. Will David Wardlow John ' Winn George Winn Minor 2 Williams Wm. 4 Wainright John 5 Wilson Robert 2 Warwick W. R. West John Williams Joshua Whitney George Wood Wm. Williams Beni. 3 Wallace Thomas Walters Bladen Wilson Doctr. J. P. Walsh .lamps 9 Wiley Widow Williams Hnnonn Wheelock Jesse Wdson Samuel FbL 29. State of Kentucky, FAYETTE CIRCUIT, SCT. MAItCHTEIUT, 1815. Robert Barr, complainant ajpiinst Simon Gratz, Hyman Gratz, Sarah Gratz, Rebecca Gratz, Joseph Gratz, Reuben Etllng, and Frances his wise (late Frances Gratz,) Samuel Hays, and Ritchie his wise (late Ritchie Gratz,) Solomon Mnsesand Rachel his wise (late Rachel Gratz,) heirs of Michael Gratz, deceased, iiefendasts IN CHANCERY. THE complainant, by his attorney, this day filed his bill; and the said defendants having tailed to Laws of the United States. enter their appearance herein agreeably to tyw and the rules of this court, and it appearing to their sa(BY AUTHORITY.) tisfaction that the said defendants are not inhabitants of this commonwealth ; therefore on the motion of the complainant by his attorney, it is ordered, that AN ACT unless the said defendants shall appear here on or before the 1st day of our next June term, and an- Tor giving further time to the purchasers of swer the complainant's bill, that the same will be ruul"- - laiius j complete uieir payments. Liken and considered as confessed against them ; Re it enacted hu thp Rmnt. ion. JI.US6 VIr jrn,. w. ...., j and it is further ordered, that a copy of this order Rehresentatives nfth lTmii.,1 oa be inserted in some authorised newspaper printed m Congress assembled, That every person who. in this commonwealth agreeably to law ; and it is ..... hie niat uay ui ordered, that this suit be continued until the next hundred anrl tpn. nmlaprii.one tnousand eight .!. c... . r rifir. court. A true copy. Attest, April, one thousand eight hundred and eleven, 10- -3 THOMAS BODLEY, c. r. c. c. ..au iiiu..Buu any iraci or tracts ot land of the United States, not exceeding in the whole six hundred and forty acres, at any of the land FAYETTE CIRCUIT, SCT. "iUa " " umieu ataies, ana wnose lands 1R1 S. Hf Tin! TTTtM John Hopkins, and the heirs and representatives of have not alrpadv tipn nrtuniUrrJA ui-- ,,,., 4.-LCU. J to the United States forvuii; aviu. level of . part iprirami i oikc, deceased, complainants, et ilia rtt i . ...v. ruiviiajc money, .I..11 Ioe, anu Jlrrainsl they here snaii John Morris, and Elizabeth Morris, DErENDASTs, by are allowed the further time of three years, for and aster the expiration of the period al11N UUAJNUEUY. TUTS 1:IV CamP slip nnmtiT.inonfE on.l i.n An ready given by law for completing the fendant Elizabeth Morris having sailed tn pnter her ot the purchase money aforesaid j which, appearance herein agreeably to law and the rules of further time of three years shall be allowed mis court, ana it appearing to the satistactiou of the only on the following conditions : first, all court that she is not an inhabitant of this commonarrears of interest on the purchase money shall wealth ; therefore, on the motien of the complainbe paid on or before the expiration of the! ants by their attorney, it is ordered, that unless she shall appear hereon or before the first day of our time for completing the payment of the money according to former laws : Pronext June term, and answer the complainants bill, the same will be taken as confessed against her ; and vided, That in all cases in which the time for it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be in- - completing the payment of tha purchase money senea in some authorised paper printed in tins com- may have expired, or shall expire before the monwealth, for eight weeks in succession agreeably first day of June next, the interest may be paid' to law. on or before that day: second, the residue of A copy. Teste, the sum due on account of the principal of THOMAS BODLEY, c. r. c. c. such purchase shall be paid, with the interest April 12, 1815. 1C- -8 thereon, in three equal annual payments, as .... , uic saiu sum, NOTICE. the interest due thereon, within one year; wim Treasury Department, of the said sum, with the interest dua March 10,1815. In pursuance 'of powers, which have been thereon within two years, and the residue. duly vested in the Secretary of the Treasury, wnit uic iiucicsi uue mereon, witmn three : vears aster thp -r nvniratirtti ns (no U1IIC IUf LUlll" Hit, under an act of the Congress of the United States, entitled " An act to authorise a loan pleting the payments on such purchases accord- ,1 ! Is! IT tr lii it .turn m tase 0I iauure t0 p3y for a sum not exceeding eighteen millions, sour ...b u the arrears of i, uunureu and niry-iwthousand, eight hundred stalments of interest ni.mnr principal, with the accruing in" dollars," approved by the President of the V .1 .L At slip tima oknt. United States on the 3d of March, current. terMt Vl """ "rcm.iui.eu, uie trace proposals will be received by the Secretary of ol land shall be forthwith advertised and me a reasury irom tins lime, until me hrst day oflered for sale in the manner and on the j . of May next (unless the amount required terms directed Uv Uur in .. r should be previously subscribed) for a loan to paid within the time limited ! by law, and shall ttfan( tn tin. FT f" the United States, of the sum of twelve mil- ... ..., ..u us u oiaies in use manner is tha lions of Dolbvs, or any part thereof, on the fol- same is not sold at such sale. LANGDON CHEVES, lowing terms, and in the following manner : Speaker of the House of Representatives. 1. The proposals must state theamount to be JOHN GAILLARD, loaned : the rate at which the stock will be President pro tempore of the Senate. received ; the instalments in which the party will make the payments, notexceedinir. for the February 4, 1815. - AITllOVED, whole, ninety days from the date of the sub. JAMES MADISON. scription, and the banks into which the pay. ments will be made. ANACT 2. The payments will be received either in money, or in approved bank notes, or in trea Attaching to the Canton District, in the State of Ohio, the tract of land lying between sury notes actually issued before the 3d of soot of the Rapids of the Miami of the March current, under the acts of Congress Lake passed respectively, the 30th, of June.- 1812 Lne, and the Connecticut Western Reserve-B- e the 26th of February, 1813, and the 4th ol it enacted by the Senate and House oF March, 1814, at their par value, with the in Representatives of the United terests accrued thereon at the time of nav in Congress assembled, That States of America all ment. The kind of payment intended to be land lying between the soot of thattract of the rapids of. made must be stated in the proposals : and the river Miami of Lake Erie and the western-linwhere the terms of subscription are equal, a of the Connecticut preference will be (riven to'offers for cavinir in Ohio, which was cededReserve, in the state of to the United States) Treasury Notes, which have become due and by certain tribes of Indians, at a treaty conremain unpaid, with an allowance of the in- cluded at Brownstown, in the Michigan terterest upon such notes, as well since, as before ritory, on thetwenty-fifthdaof they became due. one thousand eight hundred and November. eight, shall 3 On failure to pay anv instalment at the time be attached to and made a part of the district stipulated, the next preceding instalment shall ot Canton. be lorieited lor the use ot the United States Sec. 2. Jlndie it further enacted, That in 4. will be issued by the surveying and dividing the lands by this act Cashiers of the Banks into which the payments attached to the district of Canton, the shall be made, to the corporations, or persons, mode of surveying the public lands ordinary shall be so. making the payments i the Cashiers will also, far deviated from that the boundary lines of endorse the payment of the successive instal- the tracts to be laid off therein shall ments ; the will be assignable parallel to, and at right angles with be run the road by endorsement and delivery ; and will be laid out m conformity with the said treaty, and funded at the Loan Office of the state, in which in every other respect the the bank is situated, where the payments have made in the same manner, surveys shall bo and for the same been made. compensation allowed for the surveying tha 5. For the amount loaned, stock will be other public lands northwest of the rivei? issued, when the instalments are completed. Ohio. bearing interest at 6 per cent, per annum, pay. Sec. j. And be it further enacted, anie quarter yearly, tnestoct will be reim- the lands by this act attached to the That all district bursable at the pleasure of the U. States at any of Canton shall be offered time aster twelve years from the last of De- highest bidder, under the for sale to the direction of the cember next and the Sinking Fund is charged register of the land office with the punctual payment of the interest, and public monies of the said and the receiver oE district, at such the reimbursement of the principal, according time and place as the president of the United to contract. States shall designate by proclamation for It is desirable, as far as the public interest that purpose; and the sales shall win permit, io reuuee tne amount ot the Trea- one week and no longer ; and the remain open said lands sury Note debt, and, particularly, the portion shall in every respect be sold on of it, which is due and unpaid : and, therefore terms and conditions as have been the same provided an early subscription is recommended to the for the sale of other lands holders of Treasury Notes. But, in order to All the lands in the said of the U. States. tract remaining unsave time and trouble, it mav be nroner to ob sold at the close of the said serve, that the terms of the proposals should posed of at private sale by sales may be disthe register of the bear some relation to the actual fair price of land office of the said district, on siock, in me marKei ot rmiadelphia or New. terms and conditions, as are providedthe same for the. York. sale of other public lands in the same A commission of per cent, will be and patents shall be obtained in district'- -' the samei allowed to any person collecting subscriptions manner as in case of other lands of the United' for the purpose of incorporating them in one States. proposal to the amount of 25,000 dollars or Sec. 4. And be it upwards, provided such broposals shall be ac aforesaid register further enacted, That tha and receiver of public cepted. ;! r. ., monies shall par.h A.J. DALLAS, for each day's attendance on the public sales 13 6w Secretary of the 7'reasury, nj -- f. -- j State of Kentucky, -- nn... . pay-me- nt Underwood Richard Volteniers Merssrs. pur-cha- se one-thi- rd .t.iuiiui -- ..t. A !,- o Young Richd. Yeiser Englehard ..! going list are requested to say tliey are advertised. 1 Electrical Machine. AN ELECTRICAL MACHINE, on a new and mproved plan, is now for sale by II. ELLINGWOOD. Enquire at the Shoe Store of Hay & Bprdman. 8- -tf February 18, 1815. J Barrels of Tanners'. Oil, 9 OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY, For sale Apply to JAMES GARRISON, Opposite to the Branch 27, 1815. Bank-Marc- 14--tf Silver Plating & Brass Founder. . 3 E. WOODRUFF, RESPECTFUULLY inform their friends preneral, that they still continue to carry on the above business in all their branches at their former stand onDosite Lewis Sanders, on Main-stree- t, Lexington. They return their sincere thanks for past pa tronage, and nope by their strict attention to Dusiness, to merit its continuance. ANI1 INTIND KEEFIHQ TUET UAVB 03 HAND. Jin elegant assortment of Plated Bridle Bits, Stirrufi Irons, Uc OF TIIE MOST FiSIIIONAJlLK PATTEIIHS. Which they will sell much lower than has everbeen sold in the western country. Coun try mercnants can be supplied at the rnilauel phia prices. ALL KINDS OF Carriage and Harness Mountiw, Carriage ana uig sirmgs, Uoacli JLace, Fringe and Fassels. AISO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP Brass Candlesticks, Andirons, Shovels, 1 ongs, Door Knockers, istc. Which they willdispose of very Tow for Cash, ALL KINDS OF Brass-Wor- k for Machinery, Clock Work, &c- ' CAST ON TUE SHORTEST NOTn. Still Cocks, Rivets, Gun Mountings, &c. They have ALWAYS ON UAND. just received an extensive assort ment of Saddlery. jSjc. All of which will be sold on the most reasona ble terms lor Cash. The highest price in Cash will be given for wiu It Stivers Wm. Stunstal Eliza Saunders Robert Sharp Richard Sparks Elenor Spires Noah Sharswood Levin Seitner Martin Shelton John Scrivener John Shields Jas. C. Steirling John Stephens Thomas Seldon Georee Shelby Col. Jas. 2 Shelby Isaac Sliofstall Floris Saunderson Wm. Pee-n-- v Wm'.-Pagg- Frazier Dr. Ennis iT'HrnPTT vurrcn, urtAOO cs f JSW11SK. Lexington, April 4, 1814. 14-t- f Danciner School. JOHN DARRAC, a native of France, and for several years a professor of Dancing, in various cities in this country, respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Lexington and its vicinity, that he will open in an elegant room of Mrs. G. Beck's Academy, on Jordan's Row, on Thursday next, 19th instant, a Dancing School, where he will teach the art of Dancing in its various parts, with the most iasmunauie uances now tauirtit in the northern cities. vn. .yuuiiiuus, nurupipes, Aiemanoes, uennan ana T?ne.iOn Wolt.no inn.n l - .1 . ..n..vo, uiiuii;a, mmI .V-- . iiiucu uumireu uiu Shawl Dance. Set Dances and Reels will also be danced in the bchool. ALSO, The French Laneuace will be taught bv J. Dan rac, at his leisure time, to Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of learning that language. By his mode of leiiciiing, wind! experience has proved to be the best, he will be able to teach in less than a quarter, any person acquainted with the principles Of the English or other languages, to read and translate anv irencii worn with satisfaction. Ladiesand Gentlemen desirous of beintrinsfru ptn,l are respectfully solicited to leave their names at Mr. Giron's Confectionary Store in Mill-Stree- t, or at Mrs. Beck's Academy. CCT Persons wishin;? totalconviratelpssnneu.ll be punctually attended to by applying to John Dar-ra- c at Mr. Giron's. As soon as the School is organized, there will be a Practizing Ball every other week. x or terms and particulars apply as above. 2 Lexington. January 11, 1815. ""'"" a. - e y - h jn, Will be Sold, BY wholesale, at prime cost, with costs of curl, age, the whole stock of J. Sc G. Geib's MUSIC STORE, consisting of Piano Forte's, Violin's, Clarionets, Flutes, Fifes, Drums, Trumpets, Busies ' Bassoons, Tambourines, Flageolets, Ike. &c. A collection of well selected MUSIC for all instruments. French and American PAPER for rooms M:ihogany VENEERS. A sew common LOOKING GLASSES. A very great variety of PRINTS elegantly mounted; andacrcat variety of other o?tirt. m the Music line too tedious to mention. Lexington, April 1, 1815. 11-- tf N. B. As J. tc. G. Geib intend clnsin tho rm. cern, is the reason they olfer the above articles at prime cost. (E7 Also, lor sale as above, rn elrront GIG ely new at C Jt 8 months. LANGDON CHEVES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN GAILLARD, . President, nm f.mnna ri. c? ! February 4, 1815. Approved. JAMES MADISON. AN ACT To alter and amend the several acts for estab lishing a Navy Department, by adding there to a Boardof Commissioners. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re presentatives of the United States of America vi congress assembled, l hat the 1'resident of the United States be and he is hereby authnrfrprl by and with the advice and consent of the senate, to appoint three olacers of the navy, whose rank shall not be btlovr a post captain, '

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