As received this day, at his Wine Cellar, th follwing articled, imported in the schooner Express, lately from Bordeaux, which he will sell wholesale and retail for a moderate profit:
Sparkling C hampaigne [sic] in Hampers of 50 bottles
Medoc in baskets of 12 do.
St. Julien Red Wine in hampers of 24 do,
Vin de Grave in boxes of 12 do.
Claret in do. of 12 do,
Sweet Oil in baskets of 12 do,
Prunes in boxes of about 1 lb. each
Cognac Brandy in pipes, of very superior quality.
He has also received from Baltimore
Fresh Boushong [sic] Tea,
Pichou do. do.
Padfoy do. do.
Table Salt in baskets,
Mould Candles, &c.
Georgetown, March 9 - [indecipherable]
 do. = ditto
Tuscan dialectal ditto "(in) the said (month or year)," literary Italian detto, past participle of dire "to say," from Latin dicere (see diction). Originally used in Italian to avoid repetition of month names in a series of dates; generalized meaning of "same as above" first recorded in English 1670s. http://etymonline.com/?term=ditto
 second digit is hard to read could be 0, 5 or 6 (10,15 or16).
 Daily National Intelligencer; Date: 04-22-1813; Volume: I; Issue: 96; Page: ; Location: Washington (DC), District of Columbia.
Transcribed by Jophn Peter Thompson, April 22nd, 2013