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[No. 81 of Vol. V.]
yf The American Brig
r I to n,
BURTHEN 700 barrels, with her tack^ e
and apparel as (he came from sea, She is a
(launch vessel, not two years old, and may be
put to sea immediately. For terms apply
GARDINER fcf OLDEN,
Arch Street wharf,
Who have for falc>
Pork, Lard, and Hams as usual,
a quantity of Bacon, Bees Wax, and a few
calks Timothy Seed—also
Pig and Bar Iron, and Iron cast
ings, in any form executed on the
William Nichols, Matter
WILL Sail in about eight days; for freight
or passage apply to the Captain on board at
Hodge's Wtof, betwen Arch and IlH:-
S RUMFORD & ABIJAH DAWES
3d Mon. 14, *794* diw.
The new fact-Ailing, copper
r bottomed SHIP
gggl ADRIAN A,
K. Fitzpatrick, Matter.
BUILT of live oak and cedar and was in
tended for a Liverpool Trader, will fail with
all convenient speed. For freight orpaflage,
having excellent accommodations, apply on
board at Walnut street wharf, or to
THOS. iff JOHN KETLAND.
N. B. Paflengcrs will be landed in Eng
land if required.
March 6, 1794. dtf
Andrew Gwin, Majier.
TO fail on Tuefdaythe 18 th inft. has good
accommodations for palTengers. For freight
er pafiage, apply to the Mailer on board at
Walnut street wharf, or to
For sale by Public Vendue,
On TUESDAY Evening,
The 18th Inft. at 7 o'clock, at the
MERCHANT'S COFFEE HOUSE,
AS she came from sea, now lying at Vine
street wharf. She is a strong well buik vef
fe 1,23 a tons burthen,has made but three voy
ages, and may be sent to sea at a small ex
pence ; inventory to be seen on board, and at
the place of sale.
FOOTMAN & CO. Auctioneers.
March 15. d3U
For Sale, or Charter,
To the Wcjl-Indies, or any Port 'within
the United States ;
Darius Woodworth, Master.
"Will carry about 500 barrels, and now lies
at Wharton and Graves wharf. For terms
apply to Capt. Woodworth on board, or to
If not Sold or Charted by Tknrfday, Ihe will
then take Freight for A ! o*jolk % Peterfourgh, anil
Richmond (Virgina); and Sail on the Sunday
A Good Compositor &
Preffrnan <will meet nvitb conflant employ for
fix monthsy and one quarter dollar per token
•Apply at No. 6j, Joutb Second Jireet.
March 15- d+t.
Loft at the Theatre,
Last Wednesday evening,
A Miniature PiElure
Of a Gentleman, set in gold. Whoever
will deliver the fame at No. 112. Spruce street
fhail receive a generous reward.
March 14- 4t
In the Name of the French
EVERY Frenchman is forbid to violate
the Neutrality of the United States.
All commissions or authorizations tending to
infringe that neutrality, are revoked, and are
to be returned to the Agenu of the French
Philadelphia, Ventofe 16th, second year of
the French Republic, one and indivilible
(March6th, 1794, o<s.)
The Mimller Plenipotentiary of the French
Republic. JH. FAUCHET.
The Editors of newspapers witlun the
United States, are rf quelled to repubtiih the
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, Wall-street, New-York.
THE Subscriber intending to confine himfelf
entirely to the PURCHASE & SALE of
STOCKS on COMMISSION, b gs leave to of
f< r his fcrvicesto hit friends and others, in the
line of a S'ock. Broker. Those who may please
to favor Him with theit bulinefs, may depend
upon having it tranfa&ed with the umaofl fide
lity arid dispatch.
Qrders hoin Philadelphia, Boflon, or any
other part of the United, States, will be ftrittly
attended to. LEONARD BLEECKER.
TO BE SOLD,
A large elegant House,
and Lot of Ground,
IN an eligible lituation,-—alfo a Country Seat
•within 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of
land, or 42 acres of land and meadow, the
House is not exceeded by many in the viciaJt-y
of the city, in size or convenience.
For terms apply to the printer.
In Mulberry (Arch) between Fourth and Fifth
Streets, adjoining the 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
ftiorteft notice, all kinds of pleasure carriages,
fiich as coaches, chariots, phaetons with and
without crane necks, coachees, chaises, kitte
reens, windsor fulkeyt and chaits, and harness
of every description, in the neatest and newest
fafhion now prevailing in the United States.
And as he has a quantity of the best seasoned
wood by him, and capita] workmen, he has
not the least doubt but he will be able to give
fatisfaftion to those who please to employ him.
He has for sale, several carriages aim oft
finilhed, such as coachees, an Italian windsor
chair, hung on steel springs, a light phaeton for
one or two horses, and a fulkey with a falling
Carriages fold on Commission.
Philadelphia, Jan. 6,1794. m&t3m
To be Sold at Public Vinane,
On Friday the nth day of April next,
at the house of John Thomson, in Perth-
The Proprietary House
AND LOT OF LAND,
IN THAT CITY.
THE Lot contains eleven acres, on which is
an orchard of grafted apple trees, a well of
excellent water, a large (lone c (tern, and a very
commodious (table and coach-hoofe, and a great
quantity of the bed building (tones in the walls
of the house, which was formerly built for the
residence of the Governors of New-Jersey. The
fuuation of this Lot is so well known for its
healtbinefs and beautiful profpe& of the Rariton
river to the weft of the bay, and Sandy-Hook to
that a further description 11 unntxellarjr.
The conditions of sale will be, one third of the
purchase money to be paid on the firft day of
May next, when a good and fufficient Deed w<II
be given to the puichafer, by Walt** Ru
therfurd, Esq. President of the Board of
Proprietors ot the Eafiern Division of New-
Jersey, and the remaining two thirds fatisfa&o
rily fccured in equal annual payments.
By order of the Board,
JAMES PARKER, Regiftcr.
Perth-Ambty, February 5,1794. saw am
Monday, March 17, 1794.
Parry and Mufgrave,
HAVE FOR SALE,
An elegant AJTortment of
SILVER E? PLATED WARE,
JEWELLERY & fine CUTLERY,
Which they will difpoi'e of on the inoft rea
sonable terms. Devices in hair, Miniatures
sett, and every thing in the gold and silver
way, done as usual,
In the Ship Apollo, Capt. Fitzpatrick,
from Amsterdam, and now landing
on Walnut-street wharf, viz.
GIN in pipes,
A few bales Holland Duck,
Glass viz. Tumblers and Mags, va
rious ji-z.es i
Swedes Iron, square and flat bars,
Hair Ribband, No. 4.
Dutch Great Coats,
A quantity of Jutik and Oakum, &e. (Sfe.
FOR SALE BY
THOMAS ZETLAND, Jun.
The above-mentioned Ship is for Sale—
Ihouldapprieation be made 'within a few days ;
otherwise Jhe tuill take freight for Amjler
March I, T794.
Phi l ad e l phi a,, February 13, 1 794.
Fpr pointing by Subscription,
A Work, 10 be entitle^
" THE FIRST VOLUME OF
Penttfylvania State 'Trials.
THE want of fufficicnt information of the
ftdte trials of Gieai-Britain in the early
periods of that government is now lamented :
Hi'herto there ha h been but one trial in the
state of Pennlylvania on impeachment :—and
here also it is 10 be <egietted, that, being neg.
Ictted at the time, the public are now left with
out lufficient information on the fuhjeft of that
trial, it is however in this work designed lo res
cue whai can be colleftcd thereof from sources
of ind.fputaple authority, f 0 that the fame (hall
be preserved from oblivion.
Another impeachment and the second is now
depending. An officer is charged by the late
Honfe of Representatives, who hath for many
years been largely confided in by this state, and
hath long be en at the head of the financial de
partment of the fame, and it imports the citi
zens to know hisconduft, and the circumstances
which may be brought fotward on hit trial.
In this work the Editor will be careful to
state the facts, as they may be brought forward,
and to lay all the evidence and papers before
the public.—With this view—
The following Terms are refpeflfully
submitted to the Public :
I. The Work (hall be printed in o&avo, with a
good type, on fine paper, and delivered to
fubferibers at the refpe&ive places where the
fubferiptions are taken in, as soon as the work
shall be compleated.
11. As no conjecture can well be made, as to
the length of the prcfent trial, the fire of the
volume cannot be afcertaiued at this time
But the price (hall not exceed that ofTome of
the laieft publication# in this city.
111. It will contain all the preliminaries and in
cidental circumftanccs that may occur during
the trial of John Nicholfon, Esquire, Comp
troller-General of this commonwealth, with
the arguments ofcounfel oa boih fides, together
with the articles of impeachmenr, and the
pleas and replications at large, the several rc
folutions of the two branches of the state Le
gislature, refpefting this impeachment, and
the final decision of the SENATE icfpe&ing
To which will be prefixed, as much at can be
collected from authentic documents, of the im
peachment, trial, and aequital of the laie Francis
Hopkinfon, Esquire, Judge of the Court of
Admiralty for the state of Pcnnfylvania, during
the late war, never before pnblifhcd.
No money will be required before the deli,
very of the book.
Suhfcriptions will be received by Francis
Bai!ey, No. 116, High-street ; Wriglry and Ber
riman, No. 149, Chefnut-ftreet, and by the dif
ferent booksellers in this city; Jacob Bailey,
Lancaster ; Yundt and Pattonj Baltimore, and
by the Editor.
N. B. The price will be enhanced to non
fabfenbers. Feb. it. m&wlf
[Whole No. 539.]
From the American Minerva.
The following genuine Letter from a parti
cular friend ot the Editor, now in Pans is
" The affairs of the war are still in the
whirlwind of uncertainty as to its duration,
but I think there can be no doubt of its termi
nating in the eftablifliment of the French Re
public. There never has been a moment
when the nation was so powerful as at the
present, both as to its military force and as to
the efficacy of its system of finance. The
coalesced powers begin to perceive this, and
it will be really strange if they lhould continue
their mad fchcme of deftru&ion for another
campaign. A new AmbaiTador is now fet
ing out for America. I hope he will be well
received, for the government here is perfefl
ly well disposed towards us, and uncommon
ly anxious to preserve our friendlhip. ,>
KINGSTON, (Jamaica,) January ig.
The Freneh confined in the Bath prison
thought proper a few evenings ago, not
only to attempt breaking their durance,
but to refill the introduction of the custo
mary guard. To secure subordination
the soldiers were compelled to fire, and
one or two men were wounded, but not
If the complexion of Sir John Jervis'g
business in the Weil-Indies may be gues
sed at, from the firft blush, retrograde
Frenchmen have little to hope pour leur
accommodation. On hij arrival at Bar
badoes, we understand, he found near 400
republican fubjefits chiefly captured at
I obago, to whom handfoine lemu were
offered provided they wonld embark.on
the intended expedition, but resolutely
refufing, a transport was provided with
proper sea (lores and a guard, the whole
of the republicans put on board, and
towed by a frigate to a certain latitude,
where they were left to their own specula
The force which defended Tiburon is
estimated at 600; those who escaped from
the fire of our troops, we learn, are sup
posed to have gone to Aux Cayes. The
men of war after the redu&ion of the
place proceeded to Cape Nichola Mole.
A correspondent observes that the regula
tion of the corporation which enjo;n< that
Oyflers shall be fold by the hundred is very
When Oysters were formerly fold by the
bulhel, theintereftof the feller induced him
to obtain the large Blue Point Oyflers—of
these 120 to Ijo would make a buftel. Few
of this kind are now brought to market, and
as much is now paid per hundred for a fmal]
species, of -which it will require 250 to 300
to make a buHiel, a 6 was formerly paid for a
buihelof the largest size. Of course .v l-pay
twice as much for Oyllers as we formerly did
and that in consequence of the above regula
A writer in the General Advertiser of
the 15th.inft. urges in forcible terms the
importance of raising by fubfeription, a
refpeftable sum of money, and setting all
hands to work to finifh th# Canal which
is to bring us water from the Schuylkill,
" As almost the only alternative to pre
serve the health of the Citizens—with
out this, all your preachers have said and
physicians have written, will Hand for no
thing ; but by means of this, the health
of your City be in future preserved.
The Canal is the principal thing—let it
if poflible, be bro't thro' the highest part
of the City in a large gliding and
let the water run from it thro' those pla
ces which may the most require it, into
" Paris, Nov. ai, 1793.