[Colophon] [No. 797.
June 13, 1815.
Undersigned, as Executor to S. E. Kennedy deceased, having granted all the
indulgence possible, to those indebted to the Estate of the Deceased, now
requests that such persons will come forward with payment immediately, as
having paid no attention to the former advertisements - otherwise, without
exception to persons, the accounts, &c. will be put into the hands of a
lawyer for recovery. And all those having demands against the said Estate, are
requested to render in their accounts, to Messrs. Yearwood and Allstrom, or to
T. Thompson, Cumingsburg, for examination, in order to bring the said boedel to
a close as speedily as possible.
12. - Brig Ann Mackenzie, Oxley, for Liverpool.
Charlotte, Fryer, London.
- Madison. [heading]
day after the Ratification of the Treaty of Peace, was sold at Public Auction,
to the highest bidder, at the Ruins of the Navy Yard, in Washington City, to
close the concern - all the Stock in Trade of James Madison (he having quitted
that line of business) - consisting of.
Documents and disclosures of John Henry and Edward Count de Crillon - first
cost 30,000 dollars - as true and valuable as when new!
Best New-London Blue Lights - warranted that the lights burn blue.
Six thousand two hundred and fifty seven Impressed Seamen - then
"groaning in hopeless bondage on board British floating Hells!" -
embalmed and warranted to keep till next war, like Egyptian mummies, fresh and
A quantity of Grundy's Best Moral Treason - in bottles, with Gordian-knots,
twisted round their necks.
A beautiful assortment of Torpedoes, Gerry Manders, and Gunboats. The
Secretary of the Navy explained their virtues.
Free Trade and Sailors' Rights - also in bottles - put up seven years ago -
improved by age.
Embargoes - from No. 1 to No. 9 inclusive - enough "to husband the
essential resources" of all mankind.
Non Intercourse - from No. 1 to 5 - and Non Importation, from 1 to 3. These
last military articles and weapons of war, formed a complete assortment of
cutlery and hardware.
Commercial Restrictions - an odd volume - the first volume, called
"Continental System," having been lost.
Nova Scotia Coal - "let fire burn and cauldron bubble."
A few lots of Land in Cambridge - taken at the war price, 2160 dollars an
Military and Naval Conscription, in two volumes, by James Monroe and W. Jones
- a work compiled from the best French authorities.
The fleet Charger of the Commander in Chief, on which he raced from the battle
ground of Bladenburg - warranted to run an enemy bull down in twenty minutes;
peace and straitened circumstances alone reconciled the owner to part with so
valuable and safe a beast.
many other similar State-Articles.
Wednesday the 28th of June, by order of M. Smit, at his late Store opposite the
Marshal's Office, viz. - The House and Half-Lots No. 72 and 73, situated on the
South-dam, Stabroek. These Premises are well worth the attention of a genteel
family, having a handsome garden, and good out-buildings, all in complete repair.
Also, three cows and a calf, and a good healthy negro man. - Furniture,
consisting of tables and chairs, sophas, beds and bedding, several elegant
pictures with gilt frames, ditto looking glasses, glass and earthen ware, a
piano forte, wall shades and globe lamps, a mahogany cabinet, a cylender [sic],
a bureau, a sideboard, a pendulum with marble pillars and guilt work, a chaise
and harness, and several other articles. Also, three Concessions No. 351, 352,
and 353, situated in Cumingsburg - they will be either sold together, or
separate to suit purchasers.
13. Kingston & Mills.
Printed and Published every Tuesday and
By Edward James Henery.