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[No. 77 of Vol. V.]
The new fact-failing, coppcr
tfig ADRIAN A
K. Fitzpatrick, Master.
Ll*of live oak and cedar and was in
tended for a Liverpool Trader, will fail with
all convenient speed. For freight or paflage,
having excellent accommodations, apply on
board at Walnut street wharf, or to
THOS. & JOHN KETLAND.
N. B. Paflengers will be landed in Eng
land if required.
March 6, 1794. dtf
For Freder'tcklburgb and
(Rappahannock River, Virginia)
-~t THE SCHOONER
Will feil on Saturday next. For freight or
paflage apply to the Captain on board, at
John Wain's Wharf, or to
WHO HAS FOR SALE,
VIRGINIA TOBACCO, FLOUR,
WHEAT, and GINSENG.
March 5. 3twff
For Sale or Charter,
(an American bottom)
"SSmsftziX. 7°bn Mod re, Matter ;
Is a stout good vefTel, about two years old,
burthen 231 tons, has only made three voy
ages, and may be sent to sea at a small ex
j*nce. She may be seen at Vine-street wharf,
and the terms made known by application to
Wharton Sis Lewis.
Feb. 23, 1794. dtf
TO BE SOLD,
Agreeably to the last Will of DEBORAH
TheHoufe N°. 245,
Lot of Ground
On which it stands, wherein Jam t s Biddlt
now lives, on the north fide of Market-
street, near Sixth-street.
THE House being 18 feet 10 inches in
Front on Mirket-iVeet, arid the Lot
117 feet deep. The whole will be fold fub
je& to a ground rent of twelve pounds per
annum, payable to the contributors to the
Pennsylvania Hospital, and their fucceflbri
forever. For terms apply to
Anthony W. Morris,
Samuel Powell Griffiths,
Surviving Executors of
Deborah Morris, dee'd.
Match i, J79
Done in the mod elegant manner, and after
the firft mailers ; likewifr,
Painted and finiftied at the (horteft notice, by
• GEORGE RUTTER,
In Norris's Court, back of the New Library,
.between Chefnut and Walnut,
Fourth and Fifth llreets.
March 4. dtf
WHEREAS an alias fubptrna has ifiued
out of the Supreme Court of this Com
monwealth) at the suit of Marcarit Evans,
• poo 3 pennon preferred bv the said Makga
-1 it, praying for a Ditorce from the bonds of
Matrimony, entered into with Roiirt Evans.
Thia is to give notice 10 the said Robirt, that
lip be and appear at the said Supreme Court, to
Ve held at the City of Philadelphia on Monday
•be seventh day of April next, at the State-House
in the said City, to answer the matters ailedged
io the said petition.
Sheriff of Bucks County,
llarrh 5, 1794. «iaw£w
Tp Robert Ivans, •
d tfte Jpfate
lii thp Ship Apollo, Capt. Fitzpatrick,
from Amsterdam, and now landing
on Walnut-flreet wharf, viz.
GIN in pipes,
A few bales Holland Duck,
Glass Ware, viz* Tumblers and Mugs, va
Swedes Iron j square and flat bdrs,
Hair Ribband, ATo. 4.
Dutch Great Coats 9
A quantity of Junk and Oakum, &c. iffc.
The above-mentioned Ship is for Sale—-
fbou Id application be made within a few day s ;
othetwife Jbe will take freight for Amjler
March 1, 1794.
A CHOICE COLLECTION,
In the various branches of Literature, im
ported by the last arrivals from Europe,
for Sale at very reasonable prices, by
A*< 9. a 6, Spruce, between Front iff id Streets *
Among which are the following :
HAMBERS'S Di6lonaiyof Arts and Sci-
V- / cnccs, 5 Vols. Folio.
Henry's Bible and Commentary, 6 Vols. Folio.
UnivelTal Hiftorv, 7 Vols. Folio.
Churchill's Collection of Voyages, 6 Vols. Folio.
Pailadio's Archite&ure, bell Edition, a Vols.
Fo!io ift one.
Rapin'* Kiflorv of England, with Tindal's con
tinuation, 3 Vols, Folio.
Hume's Hiftorv of ditto, with Smollet's ditto.
14 Vols. Octavo.
Malton's complete Treatise of Perfpe&ive, 2
Vols, in one*
Bruce's Travels, Landon Edition, 5 Vols. 410.
Clavigero's Hiitory of Mexico, 2 do. do.
Robertfon's History of America, 2 do. do.
Maclaurin's Newton's Philosophy, 410.
M'Knight's Harmony of the do.
Lowman on the Revelations, do.
Locke on the Epistles, do.
Led wick's Antiquities of Ireland, do.
Whiithuift's Theory of the Earth, do. v
Glifs's Account of the Canary Islands, do.
Tile Annual Register, from its Commencement
to 1791, inclusive, 34 Vols.
Nicbuhr's Voyage to Arabia, 2 Vols, Octavo.
Bartram's Travtls thro' the Sou»h»*»n States.
Some of the very latest and best Colle&ions of
Voyages and Travels.
Creviers Lives of the Roman Emperors 10 Vols.
L'Antiquile expliqu£e par B. Montlaucon, 15
AtKiquir£« d'Egypte par Norden.
D'ttionnaire Hiltorique g Tom.
Theatre de Voltaire cleg, ielie, 9 Tom.
Hft lire Romam par Ro'lin, 16 Tom.
Oeuvresde Boileaiijde Moliere, &c. with manv
others equally good. A Catalogue of which
may be seen a: the place of Sale.
He has also for Sah y
An excellent Hadley's Qiadiam.
A few Acromati Pockci Perfpeftive Glalftj,
A Camera Ohfcura.
A capital German Flute, with 6 Keya, and ad
And a few elegant colour'd Piints,
TREASVRrofPENNSTL VAN lA,
February 14, 1794.
PUBLIC Notice is herebygiven lo all perluns
indebted to the Commonwealth, for monies
borrowed of the Trußees of the Loan Office,
eftabliftied per of the 4th of April, 1785,
that the time is expired when the last paymrnt
should have been and every jaftifiable
indulgence having been granted, That unless
they come forward and pay off their refpefiive
balances on or before the firfE day of April next,
precepts will issue against all delinquents with
out regard to persons or circumltances. All
former and ex:fting IherifFs, who have money
in their hands belonging to said Office, are re
queued to bring it lo me on or before the above
period, other wife I (Kill be ander the disagree
able neceflity of prosecuting them without dif
P S. The Printers throughout the State are
requested ta insert ihe above in their papeia for
the information of their d
A Man Servant,
Who is acquainted with the common duties
about a house. None need apply but such
as can be well recommended.
Wednesday, March 12, 1794.
FOR SALE BY
THOMAS KETLAND, Jun.
of the Printer.
In the Ship Edward, Capt. Crandon, froixi
St. Peterlburg in Russia,
And now landing at South-street Wharf, viz.
AND FOR SALE BY
No. 22 f Walnut-llreet-
Has for Sale at his Store, No. 25, Dock-
A few Bale# of RufDj Sheetings,
Barcelona in Boxes,
A bale ot low-priced Coiion H-ndkercHiefi,
A Quanuty of Souchong Tea, Hyfoa and
Holland (Jin io Cafej,
A Quantity of Bnmftonr,
With a Variety of other Goods.
F<*b. 20. Q'awfiw
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. eopAt
In hogfrcada and in cafrs of 50 bottles each,
a L so,
A few ca s es Champaigne Wine;
In pipe*, hogflicads and quarter caflts,
FOl SALE BY
No. in, South Ftom-.trcet.
J l "' '• '794- dtf
For Sale by the Subscribers,
Muscovado sugar in hhds.&bbis.
Hyson and Souchong Yeas.
Sherry Wines, of superior quality, in pipes
and qaarter calks.
Boston Beef, in barrels.
And a (mail invoice of Muslins.
NALBRO' & JOHN FRAZIER,
No. 164, South Front-street.
STATE of SOUTH-CAROLINA.
In the Hohfe of Reprefcntativesy
W December ailt, <793.
HE RE AS the Commiilioners of public
Accounts, have reported, that they can
not procted to the in.cftigation ot the Treasury
Accounts, relpe&ing special Indents, without
knowing the outstanding amount thereof in cii
Resolved, That all holders of special Indent*
be di 1 cetcd, and rcquina,-on orbtlorc the fir Ik
day ot November 11 xr.to deliver the special In
den i 111 their poflTcflion 10 one or other of the
Conimiffiooes* of the Treasury, who are togi\e
rc "'P I! 4or fame, and to report to tbeCoin
miflionerk on public accounts, on or before the
tenth day ot November next, the amount by
them tefpedtvcly receivod, and also 10 the Le
gtuature, at their meeting in Noyember next.
And that all special Indents not rendered into
the Treasury as above, on or before the firft day
of November next, <hall be* and the lame are
Rcjclvcdt That public notice of this resolution
be given in the leveral Gazettes in this Stale,
once every three weeks, until the firft day of
November next. And ihat the Delegates «t this
State in the Congrcfs of the United Stales* be re
queued to cause this rdolution to be publifeed
in one or more papers in the cities of Philadcl-
P 'a and New-York, and that provision will be
made for the expences attending such publica-
Ordered, That the resolution be [cut to tj«
Seiuie lor their rnnc'irrfni f.
By order of the Houfr,
JOHN SANfORD DART, C.H. R.
In the SENATE,
fleJolv:d. That this House do eoncur witfi thC
Houle ol Rrpiefcntatives in the (oreso-ng lefo
Ordncdy That the refolutioos be lent to the
House ot Rcprcfcntativrt.
By order of the Sroatr,
(T7" This Gazette Jhall be enlarged, as it
receives encouragement'—The Suljlripian
encreajes tidily—Adrjertijing Favors art
foliated —These conflitute an ejfential Item
in dimini/hing the Dtlit fide of the Account.
FELIX WARLEY, Clerk.
[VVhole No. 535.]
Frim thj Virginia Gjzellr.
VIRGINIA, hail, thy pfaife demands my
I sing thy Patriots, »nd I do them wrong:
You boast another rice, of godlike men,
Whose eulogy requires a nobler pen,
But to my native impulse ever true,
1 honor merit, and I honor you,
Should you great Madison, approve my
At leall my labour will not be in vain ;
For worth like thine, One honest with re-
Tis all the Muse, and all the friend can give*
May you the best reward that Heaven can
Long serve your country, ever 'oe her friend,
True to her irtterefts, and the Rights of
Anxious to do her all the good you can.
Go on immortal Man, the pith pursue,
Mark'doutby Heaven, and deftiited but for
Millions unborn with gratitude (hall raifc
To thee a monument of lading praise,
Succeeding ages shall revere thy name,
And pratling rftiants leam to lisp thy fame.
Go on great Giles, nor venal mifcreantt
Yotlr cause is Freedom'*, and ySVi must suc
The real Republicans throughout our land,
Shall hail you as their guardian and their
While G ~ D , D—S , and
Shall be defpis'd, detested, hated names.
Thee too, bold Nicholas, I fee thee
Thy Country's sacred intirefts all thy care!
Prince Edward's Hero,* joins the no
And fa-ears the Rights of Freemen to main
See Britain (hake, her Agents fneakaway,
While'men like these Columbia's sceptre
Qh, Massachusetts, once my boast
The nurse of Heroes, and the Patriot's guide
How haft thoil fallen, all thy glory loft,
Damn'd by a speculating, ftoek-jobbing hofl.
Wretches, who made immortal by their
Shall live to infamy, thro' fiiture times,
Ages to come ihall their vile actions know,
While Plwtus welcomes to the realms be
PLyTus, the only God whom they adore,
Give them but gold enough, they aflt no
Not such thy Patriots, of oldfeventy-five,
Not fucji thy Hancock, much lov'd (hade
Forgive, great Adams (names to Freedom
The Muse who dar«s to introduce you here.
Virtues like yours, my feeble powers mfpirej
My bosom burns with patriotic fire.
O, would to Heaven, that my weak word*
And route the People whom I dearly love,
To their true interests, open all their eyes,
And bid their ancient, noble ardour rife.
Bid them despise the (peculating race)
And choose new characters, to fill their pjac(i
Men not for riches, but for worth approv'd,
Who love their Couutry, by their Country
Whose services, yet may prop their finking
And lave front ruin, ere if be too late.
* Citizen Abraham Vtnablt,
Richmond, Feb. 34.
The foßttuing intelligence it by the
Jbip Harriet f Cap!. Nation, in 56"dajt
from Lpninptm, (England) arriv jat
Norfolk. *1 r
Defeat of the Rtjelijlt at Angert.
The following letter was read from th«
Reprefentativei of the people at Anger*,
dated Angers, December 5.
" \\ e hasten to inform you, that the
rebels have attacked Angers, and have
been beaten They left 8s yefterdav.
The citizens of Angers have shewn an e
nergy worthy republicans, in sustaining as
thfy haw * siege which lifted ferty-eigb*