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E V ENING ADVERTISER.
[No. 85 of Vol. V.]
For FALMOUTH\ (G. B.)
Andrew Givin, Majler.
A good veflel, and will Sail on Monday
jiext—for Paitage, only, apply to
Qj" The Lrtter Bug will be taken from
the Pojl-OJice, at 12 o'clock Sundy next.
The American Brig
JSBSKLT R I T O N,
BURTHEN 700 barrels, with her tackle
and apparel as she came from sea, She-is a'
staunch veflel, not two years old, and may be
put to,fea immediately. For terms apply
GARDINER & OLDEN,
Arch Street wharf,
Who have for sale,
Pork, Lard, and Hams as usual,
a quantity.of Bacon, Bees Wax, and a few
casks Timothy Seed —also
Pig and Bar Iron, and Iron call
ings, in any form executed on the
The new fact-failing, copper-
XjßjL' bottomed SHIP
§m 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 orpafiage,
•having excellent accommodations, apply on
iboardat Walnut street wharf, or to
THOS. iff JOHN KETLAND.
N. B. Paflengers will be landed in Eng
land if required.
March 6, 1794* dtf
WILL Sailin about eight days; for freight
,or patfage apply to the Captain on board at
Hodge's Whaif, betwen Arch and Race-
TUMFORD l"f ABIJAH DAIVES.
3dMon.i4. '794- dlw -
George & Harriott»
Jofiab Bernardy Majler.
WILL fail the inft. has good accommo
dajion*. For freight or passage, apply to the
Captain on board ot Mr. Sims's wharf, ot to
JOSEPH ANTHONY & SON.
For Sale, or Charter,
To the Weft-Indies, or any Port within
the United States ;
1 The Schooner
Darius Woodworth, Mailer.
Will carry about 500 barrels, and now lies
at Wharton and Graves whaffc For terms
apply to Gapt. Wood worth on board, or to
If not Sold or Charted by Thursday, she will
then take Freight for NorJolk t Petcrjburgh, and
Richmond (Virgina); and Sail on the Sunday
ON SIGN-BOARDS, JAPANN'D
Done in the most elegant manner, and after
the firft matters ; iikewife,
Painted and finifhed at the ihorteft notice, by
In Norm*s Court, back of the New Library,
between Chefnut and Walnut,
Fourth and Fifth ltreets.
March 4. dtf
In the Ship Apollo, Capt. Fitzpatrick,
from Amsterdam, and now landing
on Walnut-street wharf, viz.
GIN in pipes,
A feyj bales Holland Duck,
Glass Ware, viz. Tumblers and Mugs, va
Swedes Iron, are and flat bars,
Hair Ribband, Kg. 4.
Dutch Great Coats,
A quantity of "Junk and Oakum, &c.
THOMAS KETLAND, Jun.
7he above-mentioned Ship is for Sale—
Ihouldapplication be made within a few days ;
otherwise Jhe will take freight for Amjler
March I, 1794.
In the Name of the French
EVERY Frenchman is forbid to violate
the Neutrality of the United States.
All commiflions or authorizations tending to
infringe fchat neutrality, are revoked, and are
to be returned to the Agents of the French
Philadelphia, Ventofe 16th; second year of
the French Republic, one and indivisible
(March 6th, 1794, o. s.)
The Minister Plenipotentiary of the French
Republic. JH. FAUCHET.
The Editors of newspapers within the
United States, are requested to republifh the
foregoing notice. d
A RECOMPENCE OF
One Hundred Dollars,
iS hereby offered by the President and Direc
tors of the Bank of the United States, to any
person who lhall, on or beloie the firft day of
May next, produce to them such a plan and e!e
vation ot a Banking House, as shall be approved
of by them.—A plain, yet handsome lront is
dt-Tired : The whole building is to be fuhitantidl
and commodious with as much space around it,
as thr size of the ground will admit.
The Lot on which the building is to be erect
ed, is fitnated on the weft fide ol Third street,
between Chefnut and Walnut ft,eets in Philadel
phia ; and its demenfions are 1 Io feet on Third
street, and about 100 feet westward.
THOMAS WILLING, President.
TO BE SOLD,
Agreeably to the last Will of DEBORAH
The House N°. 245,
Lot of Ground
On which itftands, wherein Jam ks Biddle
now lives, on the north fide of Market-
street, near Sixth-street.
THE House being 18 feet 10 inches in
Front on Market-street, and the Lot
117 feet deep. The whole will be fold fub
je<St to a ground rent of twelve pounds per
annum, payable to the contributors to the
Pennsylvania Hospital, and their fucceflors
forever. For terms apply to
Samuel Powell Griffiths,
Surviving Executors of
Deborah Morris, dec'd.
March i, 1794,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public, That from the encouragement
he has received, from several refpeflable Gentle
men, he is induced once more, to embark in the
PAPER LlNE—and would offer his fe ivices to
all those Gentlemen, who can place confidence
in him ; and he allures those who employ him,
that their confidence shall not be misplaced
but it shall be his condant endeavor, to pay the
ftri&eft attention to their best interest, in all ne
gociations whatever. He has taken the Chamber,
in State-Street, over Mr. David Town find, Watch
Makei's Shop. Where PUBLIC SECURI
TIES, of all kinds, are bought and fold; and
where Commiflion Business of all kinds, will be
tranfa&ed on reasonable terms. HOUSES and
VESSELS will be conftamly exposed lor sale, on
# #* Cash paid for Salem, Providence, and
N. B. If any Gentleman in Philadelphia, or
New-Ynh, has anyßujine/s to Iran fail at Bojltn,
in Paper Negxialitns, he mill it happy It be en.
ployed it cammifin.
Boston, J»n. 24,1794.
Friday, March 21, 1794.
FOR SALF. BY
February 14, 1794.
PUBLIC Notice is heicbygiven to all persons
indebted io the Commonwealth, for monies
borrowed of the Trustees of the Loan Office,
eftublilhed per of the 4th of April, 1785,
that the nmeis expired when the last payrm nt
fliould have been made, and every juftlfiable
indulgence having been granted; That unlefi
thry come forward and pay off their refpe&ive
balances on or before the firft day of Apr»l next,
precepts will iflue against all delinquents with
out regard to persons or circumstances. All
former and existing (heriffs, who h2ve money
VI) their hands belonging to said Office, are re
quested to bring it to nie on or before the above
period, otherwise I shall be under the disagree
able necessity of prosecuting them without dif
P. S. The Printers throughout the State are
requested to iniert the above in their papers for
the information of their fellow-citizens. d
WI LL be exposed to public sale, on Se
venth cay the 29th of thisinftant, at the late
dwelling house oi Richard Cheyney, deceas
ed, a plantation, fifuate in the Township of
Thornbnrv i n the county of Delaware, and
lying on Chester creek, containing 80 acres,
15 which are good watered meadow, and
more may be made at a fmallexpence, about
25 acres of wood land, and the remainder is
good fertile land well supplied with water —
There are on the preinifes, a g»od Itone
dwelling House and kitchen, an excellent
garden, an orchard of 25 good bearing trees
a good barn cellar'd under, a saw-mill, and
an excellent feat for a grift or merchant mill,
with a fulficrency of water.
Like wife a tra<st of wood land agoining the
ab?v<—lmmediate pofTefGon will be given to
the purchaser—The sale to begin at 2 o'clock
on (aid where attendance will be given,
and conditions made known by
JOHN CHEYNEY, ?
WILLIAM CHEYNEY,5 ExeCUtt " S-
March, 19 d4t.
TO BE SOLD,
•A large elegant House,
and Lot of Ground,
IN an eligible situation, —also a Country Seat
within 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of
land, or 42 acres of Jand and meadow, the
House is not exceeded by many in the vicinity
of the city, in size or convenience.
For terms apply to the printer.
In one handsome volume, iamo.
AND FOR SALE BY
At Franklin's Head, No. 41, Second
AN ESSAY ON THE
Natural Equality of Men,
On the Rights that result from it, and on the
Duties which it imposes.
To which a MEDAL was adjudged, by the
Teylerian Society at Haarlem.
Cor reded and Enlarged.
By WILLIAM LAWRENCE BROWN,
Profeflor of Moral Philosophy, and the Law
Of Nature, and of Ecclesiastical History ;
and Ttlinifter of the Englilh Chuicn at U
Aliquid semper ad communcm utilitatem af
The Firjl American Edition.
THE grand principle of Equality, if right
ly understood, is the only basis on which
universal justice, sacred order, and perfect
freedom, can be firmly built, and permanent
ly secured. The vewof it exhibited in this
eflay, at the fame time that it repre/Tes the
infolenc* of office, the tyranny of pride, and
the outrages of oppression ; confirms, in the
mod forcible manner, the necessity of subor
dination, and the just demands of lawful au
thority. So far indeed, from loosening the
bands of society, that it maintains inviolate,
every natural and every civil diftindlion,
draws more clolely every social tie, unite* in
one harmonious and justly proportioned sys
tem, and brings men together on the even
ground of the inherent rights of human na
ture, of reciprocal obligation, and of a com
mon relation to the community.
To the Printing Business, Enquire at this
(O" This Gazette Jhal! be enlarged, at it
receives imouragement—The Subscription
encreafes daily—Advertising Favors are
folicited —These cohjlitute an ejjintia/ Item
in dimintjhivg the DebitJide oj the Amount.
[Whole No. 545.]
Cbngrefs of the United States.
Sundry reports on about sixty petition#
referred to the Secfetary of war, were
Several petitions were read and commit
ted——viz from the manufacturers of hefe,
praying an inhanced duty, on itftpottcd
(lockings* from the clerks in the account
ants office* in the War-Department
and the guagers in the city of New-York
for an addition to their salaries.
A general report was read.on the peti
tions of the manufa&urers of ftindry arti
cles—as hats, nails, bellows, &c.
A meflhgc from the Senate by Mr. Otii,
informed the House that they have passed
the bill providing for the defence of cer
tain ports and harbors, with amendments
—in which they request the concurrence
of the House.
In committee of the jrhole on the bill
making provilion for erecting and repair
ing aifenals and magazines and for other
purpoles—Mi. J. Smith in the chair.—ln
the amendments to this bill, provision was
made for the appointment of a fuperintend
ant of militaey llores, agreeably to the re
commendation of the President, in a late
message—-a provision was also inserted,
conditioning agreeably to the constitution,
for the ceflion of the lands by the state Le
gillature, on which the buildings piopof
ed, (hall be erefted—Thefe amendments
were adopted by -the House, and the bill
ordered to be engrossed for a third reading
The House then took into considera
tion the amendment of the Senate to the
bill providing for the defence of certain
ports and harbors, and agreed to the
fame. 1 hcfe amendments were to itrikc
out Machias, Penobfcot, Kenftebec, and
Annapolis and to insert Alexandria,
Mr. Smith of Maryland, informed the
House that he had certain proportions to
make, which he wilhed to introduce to
their attention with the doors (hut—when
submitted, it, might be determined whe
ther they (hould be publicly difculTed or not.
He moved therefore that the galleries
should be cleared—-t his motion was agreed
to—and about one o'clock the galleries
Price 5 s
The blanks in the bill for erecting ar
senals and magazines were filled and the
A memorial was read from the many
fafturers of bar iron and others, praying
that the duties on the importation of that
article be not diminished.
Mr. Fitzfimons moved, that the Presi
dent be authorised to employ any of the
revenue cutters as packets or dispatch
The bill to prohibit carrying on the
slave trade from the ports of'the United
States has passed the Senate.
The galleries were then cleared.
At a general meeting of the Citizens of
the city and county of Philadelphia,
held in the State-House yard, on the
18th inft. in purfuanceof an advertise
ment for that purpose—-
STEPHEN GIRARD, in the chair.
The following Declarations and Refoluti
on9 were proposed, and unanimouflv
end i wt u&frf"
WHEREAS the United States of
America, since the glorious epoch of their
political existence as an independent nati
on, haTe fought by every reasonable ex
pedient to eltablifli impartial justice in
their intercourse with foreign countries,
by a disposition the mod candid and the
mod impartial, to cultivate the good will
and friendfhip of all mankind, and parti
cularly upon the principle* of a magnani
Ifbvfe of Reprefentativet
Mohday. March 17.