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of tfje fitaiifeD fetter
[No. of Vol. V.]
In the Ship Apollo, Ca.pt. Fitzpatrick,
from Amflerdam, and now landing
on Walnut-fireet wharf, viz,
GIN in pipes y
A fenv bales Holland Ducky
Tare, vim* Tumblers and Mugs, na
kvedes Iron, square and flat bars.
Hair Ribbandj No. 4.
.Jhitcb Great Coats,
A quantity of Jimk and Oakum, &c.cSfc.
FOR SALE BY
THOMAS KETLAND, Jun.
The above-mentioned Ship is for Sale—
Jhouldapplication be made within a few days ;
other wife Jbe will take freight for Amjler
March I, 1794.
(Price Twenty Cents)
By Mathew Carey,
No. 118, Market-Street,
Love in a Village,
A COMIC OPERA,
As performed at the New Theatre,
FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION,
A Ground Plan
AND ITS ENVIRONS:
Taken from aflual survey, by A. P. Folie,
Geographer, from St. Domingo.
THIS Plan w\ll be engraved on a plate 26
inches fquarc ; and ic will contain an ex
defcription of all the squares, ftfeets and
alleys in the City and Liberties. The situation
©f the several public building, a# 'be State-
Jlaufe, City-Hall v Seat of Congiefs, Churches,
Meeting-Houses, Hospital, Library and Semina
ries of Learning—of the several Banks, and of
the Federal and State Offices, will be ascertained.
The parts \vh ch are built on will be diitinguifh
cd from those that are not. The courses of the
rivultts between Delaware and Schuylkill, and
as much of the Canal, intended to connect the
navigation of these two waters, as lies within
the compass of the draught, will be accurately
delineated. It will also be ornamented by a
view of the (hipping in the harbor, and an ele
vation of Congress-Hall, and of the other public
buildings that occupy the ground contiguous.
In (hort, nothing will be omitted to render this
ufeful and deferable work acceptable to an eo
lightened public, that is in the author's power :
and it (hall be compleated with the greatefl
pofltble dispatch, as soon as the generous encou
ragement of fubfenbers shall insure to the author
such a sum as will be fuftkicnt to defray ex
A Pamphlet will be delivered with each
Plan, which will contain an alphabetical lift of
the Subscribers names, and information con
cerning the police, population and present state
of the city.
The pricc to fubferiboa will be Two Dollars
and one third, to be paid at the time of deliver
ing the Plans.
Subscriptions will be gratefully received at
the principal Booksellers 111 this city—and the
original Draft may be seen at B. Da vies',
No. 68, Maikrt-ftreet, at anv time until it shall
be }>ut into the hands of the Engraver,
Treasury of Pennsylvania,
February 14, 1794.
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given to all per font
indebted 10 the Commonwealth, for monies
borrowed of the Truflees of the Loan Office,
eftablifbed per a& of the 4th of April, 1785,
that the time is. expired when the last payment
should have been made, and every juftifiable
indulgence having been granted, That unless
they come forward and pay off their refpeflive
balance* on or before the firft day of April next,
precepts will issue agaiuU all delinquents with
out regard to persons or circumstances. All
former and existing fberiffs, who have money
in their hands belonging to said Office, are re
queued to bring it to me on or before the above
period, otherwise I (ball be under the disagree
able necessity of prosecuting them without dif
P S. The Printers throughout the State are
rrquefted to iniert the above in their paper* lor
the information of their fellow-cituciu.
-*1 The Schooner
(Lying at Morton's Wharf).
She is a good strong vef
mil fel» burthen about 500 bar
- relS, and fails remarkably
fact. Inventory may be seen on beard, or at
the Store of the Subscribers.
Wharton & Lewis.
Feb. a?, 1794. dtf
Wanted to Charter,
lit A VESSEL
Of iooo Barrels burthen.
Feb. 24, 1794.
For Sale or Charter,
<"3-i The Ship
(an American bottom)
John Moore t Mailer ;
Is a stout good veflel, about two years eld,
burthen 13 a tons, has only made three voy
ages, and may be sent to sea at a small ex
pence. She may be seen at Vine-street wharf,
and the terms made known by application to
Wharton & Lewis.
Feb. 21, 1794. dtf
A Slitter of Iron
A MAN well /killed in rolling and
flitting Iron into Sheets, may have
good encouragement by calling on the
Printer. Feb. 27. eop4t
Has for Sale at his Store, No. 25, Dock-
A few Bales of Ruflia Sheetings,
Barcelona Handkerchiefs in Boxes*
A bale of low-priced Cotton Handkerchiefs,
A Quantity of Souchofig TVa, Hyson and
Holland Gin in Cases,
A Quantity of Brimstone,
With a Variety of other G6odt,
In hogfreads and in cases of 50 bottles each.
A few cases Champaigne Wine;
In pipes, hogsheads and quarter caflts,
FOR SALE BT
No. in, South Fronijllreet.
Jan. 1794- dtf
Parry and Mufgrave,
HAVE FOR SALE,
An elegant Assortment of
SILVER PLATED WARE,
JEWELLERY fne CUTLERY,
Which they will difpole of on the most rea
sonable terms. Devices in hair, Miniatures
sett, and every thing in the gold and silver
way, done as nfual.
A RECOMPENCE OF
One Hundred Dollars,
IS hereby offered by the President and Direc
tor* of the Dank of the United States, to any
person who (ball, on or before the full day of
May next, produce to them such a plan and ele
vation of a Banking Houfr, as (ball be approved
of by them.—A plain, yet handsome front is
desired : The whole building is to be substantial
and commodious with as much space around it,
as the size of the ground will admit.
The Lot on which the building is to be erect
ed, is situated on the weft fide of Third-ftrect,
between Chefnut and Walnut-streets in. Phila
delphia ; and its dimensions are 110 feet on
Thtrd-ftreet, and about ioafeet weifwatd,
THOMAS WILUNG, Prefidcnt.
Monday, March 5, 1794-
DVERT I S E R.
A CHOICE COLLECTION,
In the various branches of Literature, im
ported by the last arrivals from Europe,
for Sale at very reasonable prices, by
No. 26, Spruce, between Front & id Streets >
Among which arc the followinp :
CHAMBERS'S Dictionary of Aris and Sci
cneos, $ Vols. Folio.
Henry's Bible and Commentary, 6 Vol#. Folio.
Univerf.'l History, 7 Vols. Folio.
Churchill's Collection ot Voyages, 6 Vols. Folio
Palladia's Architecture, bell Edition, a Vols.
Folio in one.
Rapt/i's History ol England, with Tindal'scon-
tinuation, 3 Vols, Folio.
Hume't. f-Jiftory of ditto, with Smollct's ditto,
14 Vols. Odlavo.
Matron's complete Treatise of Perfpc&ive, 2
Vols, in one.
Travels, London Edition, 5 Vols. 4to.
Clavigeio's H'ftory of Mexico, 2 do. do.
Robertfon'sWiftory of America, 2 do. do.
Maclaurin's Newton's Philosophy, 4:0.
M'Knigln's Harmony of the Gospels, do.
Low man on the Revelations, do.
Lockc on cbe Epistles, do.
Led wick's Antiquities of Ireland, do.
Whiiftwrfi's Theory of the Earth, do.
Glass's Account of the Canary Islands, do.
The Annual Register, from its Commencement
to 1791, mclufive, 34 Vols.
Niebuhi's Voyage to Arabia, 2 Voli, Octavo.
Hart ram's Travels thro' the Southern States.
Some of the very latelt and best Collections of
Voyages and Travels.
Crrvifis Livcsof the Roman Emperors 10 Vols.
L'Antiquite expliquie par B. Montlaucon, 15
Antiqui'cs d'Egypte par Nordeo.
Di&:onnaiie Hilloriqoe 9 Tom.
Theatre de Voltaire el eg. rehe, g Tom.
Hiftoire Romairi par Rollin, 16 Tom.
Oeuvresde Boileau,de Moltere, &c. with many
others equally good. A Catalogue of whiflh
may be fecn at the place of Sale.
He has also for Sale,
An excellent Hadley's Quadrant.
A few Acromattc Pocket Perfpc&ivp Glafles.
A Camrra Obfcura.
A capital German Flute, with 6 Keys, and ad
And a few elegant colour'd Prints.
Formerly Keeper of the City Tavern, and
of the Merchant's Coffee-Hcufe t>f this
RESPECTFULLY informs his Fliend* and
the Public in general, that he has THIS
DAY opened a HOTEL in Shippen-Strect, be
tween Third m 4 Fourth-Streets, at the House
formerly occupied by Mr. Timmons, which
has lately been greatly improved, and ;s now
very commodious ; where he has turniftied him
felf with the best of LIQUORS, and will fur
nifha. TABLE for Parties, with the best provi
sions the Markets afford, at any hour, on the
lhorteft notice. From his long experience in
this line of bnfinefs, he flatters himfelf he (hall
be able to give fatisfa&ion to all who may plcafc
to favor him with their company.
Philadelphia, January 29,1794.
In Mulberry (Arch) between Fourth and Fifth
Streets, adjoining tire Episcopal burying
TAKES this opportunity of returning his
grateful thanks to his former employers,
and requesting their future favors, as well as
those of* the public in general.
He continues to make and repair at the
shortest notice, all kinds of pleasure carriages,
such as coache*, chariots,, phaetons with and
without cran« necks, coachees, chaises, kitte
reens, windsor fulkeys and chaits, and liarnofs
ofevery description, in the neatest and newest
fefhion now prevailing «n the United Stares.
And as he has a quantity of the best seasoned
wood by him, ard capital workmen, he has
not the least doubt but he will be able to give
fatisfaftion to those whopleafe to employ him.
He has for sale, several carriages almost
Snifhed, such as coachees, an Italian wind!"or
chair, hung an steel springs, a ligl t phaiton for
one or two horses, and a fulkey with a falling
Carriages fold on Commiflion.
Philadelphia, Jan. 6, 1794- m&r3m
vD" This Gazette Jhallhe enlarged, as it
receives encouragement —The Sulfcripilon
encrcafes daily—Advert i/ing Favors are
foliated —These cons itute an ejfential Item
in Ji the Dtbit fide of the Account.
[Whole No. 527. ]
Congress of the United States.
Saturday, Feb. 22.
The Senate relumed the consideration
of the repoit of the committee on the
petition of Conrad Lauh and others, re
fpe&ing the eledtion of Mr. Gallatin to
be a Senator of the United States, and
Ordered, That the further considera
tion thereof, be postponed until Monday
The Vice-President laid before the Se
nate a report from the Secretary for the
department of Treasury, on the expedi
ency of erecting a light house on Cape
Hatteras, in the State of North Caroli
na, together with sundry papers therein
referred to, which were read.
Ordered, That this report and the pa
pers therein referred to, be committed to
Mr Martin, Mr. Langdon and Mr. King,
to consider and report thereon to the Se-
A motion was made as follows
" Resolved, That Albert Gallatin re
turned to this House as a member for the
State of Pennsylvania, is duly qualified
for, and elected to a feat in the Senate of
the United States."
Ordered. That the consideration of
this motion be postponed until Monday
next, and that a number of copies of the
4th article of the firft confederation of
the United States, be printed for the use
of the Senate.
The Senate adjourned until Monday
next at 11 o'clock.
Monday, Feb. 24.
The Senate resumed the confederation
of the motion made on the 22d instant,
on the report of the committee on the
petition of Conrad Laub and others, ref
pciting the election of Mr. Gallatin, to
be a senator of the United States, and af
Ordered, That the further confedera
tion thereof be postponed until to-morrow.
A mefiage from the House of Repre
sentatives by Mr. Beckley their clerk :
" Mr. President—The House of Re
presentatives have parted a bill, entitled,
" An a£t making appropriations for tlie
fuppoit of government for the year one
thousand seven hundred and ninety four,"
in which they desire the concurrence of
the Senate. And he withdrew.
The following written meflage was re
ceived from the President of the United
States by Mr. Dandridge his Secretary.
United Stares, 24th February 1794.
Gentlemen of the Senate, and of the
House of Representatives,
The extraits, which I now lay before
you, from a letter of our Minister at Lon
don, are supplementary to some of my
past communications ; and will appear to
be of a confidential nature.
I also transmit to you copies of a letter
from the Secretary of State, to the Mi
nister Plenipotentiary of his Britannic
Majesty, and of the answer thereto, upon
the fubjeft of the treaty between the U
nited States and Great Britain ; together
with the copy of a letter from Meffis.
Carmichael and Short, relative to our af
fairs with Spain ; which letter is con»ec
ted with a former confidential meflage.
The mefiage and papers therein refer
red to were read.
Ordered, That they lie for confidcra
The Senate adjourned to 11 o'clock
Tuesday, February 2jtb, 1794.
The bill, sent from the House of Re
prefentativea for conncurrence, entiled,
" An ast making appiopriations for the
support of government, for the year one
thousand seven hundred and ninety four,
was read the firll time.