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[F.W CAREY, No. 118.
n Essay on Slavery:
Detuned 10 exhibit in a new point of view,
its cffe&i 00 inlujlry. and the peace ef
fdciety. Some la£ts and calculations aic offered
10 prove the labor ofjtecmeu to be much more
ftodißive than that ot Jtares ; tkat countries are
rich, powerful and happy, in propoition as the
laboring people enjoy ihe fruits ol their own
labor ; and hence the n.ceffaiv conclulion, that
slavery is impoijic n well as 1
Prick 25 Cenu.
lo be Sold at Public Venauc,
On Friday the i ithday of April next,
at the Konfe of Join Thorn/a*) in Perth-
The Proprietary House
AND LOT OF LAND,
IN THAT CITY.
Lot contains eleven acres, on which is
an otchard of grafted apple tree*, a well of
excellent water, a large (lone c stern, and a verv
commod'oos stable and eoach-houfe, and a great
quantity of the best building stones in the walls
of the house, which was foimrrlv boilt for the
residence of the Governors of New-Jersey. The
situation of this Lot is so well known for its
bealthinefs and beautiful profpeft of the Rari'on
river to the weft of the bav, and Sandy-Hook to
the east, that a further defenption is uniuccffary.
The conditions of file will be, one third ot the
purchase money to be paid on the firft day of
May next, wncn a (rood and fufficient Deed will
be given to the puithafrr, by Walter Ru
therfurd, Esq. PreftHent of the Board of
Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-
Jersey, ana the remaining two thirds fatisfa&o
rily secured in equal annual pavments.
By order of the Board,
JAMES PARKER, Rrgifter.
Perth'Amkoy, February 5, 1794. aaw2m
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, WdUfinet, New-Yo*k.
THE Subfcribcr intending ta confine himfelf
entirely to the PURCHASE & SALE of
STOCKS on COMMISSION, b gs leave to of
ter bis fervicesto his triends and others, in the
line o( a Stock Broker. Those who may please
to favor him with their btifwefs, may depend
upon having it tranfaded with the uimoft fide
lity and dispatch.
Orders from Philadelphia, Boston, or any
Other part of the United State*, will br ftri&ly
attended to. LEONARD BLEECKER.
Has for Sale at bis Store, No. 25, Dock'
A few Bales of Raffia Sheetings,
Barcelona Handkerchiefs in Boxes,
A bale of low-priced Cotton Handkerchiefs,
A Quantity of Souchong TVa, Hyson aud
Holland Gin in Cafjes,
A Quantity ot Biimuone,
With a Variety of other Goods.
Henry Rape State of Maryland.
v. ) High Court of Chancery,
Benjamin Gaitber > March sth. 1794-
The Complainant states
in his bill that the defendants Benjamin Gai
ther and Basil Gaither were seized in fee a?
tenants in common of a tract of land in Fre
dei ick County, called Hammond's Strife ; —
that being so seised, Basil executed a power
of attorney to Benjamin authorizing h:m t(
fell his, the said Basil's intcreft in the fa d
land, that afterwards the said Benjamin fold
the laid land to a certain William Gather for
the confederation of fix hundred pounds whicl
hath been since pa'd, that the said William
hath assigned to the Complainant Henry Rape
the bond execoted by the said Benjamin foi
the conveyance of toe fa d land : The Com
plainant now further dates (and sb appears
to the Chancellor) that the defendants are
non-residents of the itate of Maryland, and
herefore out of the reach of the process of
It is therefore adjudged and ordered, that
the Complainant procure a copy of this or
der to be inserted in the newspaper of Angel]
and Sullivan, and in the United States Gazette
at least three weeks successively, before the
twentieth day of May next ; to the intent
thac the Defendants and all others, who nay
conceive therafelves interested in tbe premis
es, may have notice to appear in this court,
on or before the third Tuesday in September
next, to Ihew caule wherefore a decree should
not pass for veftmg in the Complainant 4 com
piete legal title to the land aforefaid.
EL HARVEY HOWARD,
W.itKc.As an alios tUDpoena nas iflTucd
oat of the Supreme Court of this Com
mon wealth, at the suit of Margaret Evans,
upon a petition preferred bv the said Marga
ret, praying tor a Divorce from the bonds of
Matrimony, entered into with Robert Evans.
This is to give notice to the said Robert, that
he be and appear at the said Supreme Court, to
be held at the City of Philadelphia on Monday
thefeventh day of April next, at the State-House
in the Lid City, to answer the matters ailedged
in the said petition.
SherJF of Buck> County.
Mireh j, 1794.
To Robert £mu.
SIGN-BOARDS, 'J AP A NX* D
Donfc in the raoft elegant manner, and after
the firft mailers ; likevifc,
Painted and finiiJitd at the fhortcfl notice, by
In Noma's Court, back of '■»< New Library,
between Cheinut ami Wakiut,
Fourth xnd Firth ftrcets.
icheme of a Lottery,
To raise 39,900 Dollars, on 266,000
Dollars, dcduai ° IJ per Cent, from
the Prizei—this Lottery confijls of
38,000 Tickets, in which there art
1 4,539 Prizes and 2 3,461 Blanks,
being about one and an half Blanks to a
THE Dne&orsof ih- Society for eftablilbing
Ufeful Manma&urcs, having refoivcd 10
crcd LOTTERIES for laifing One Hundred
Thousand Doll a as, agreeably to an A& of
the Legifl-ture of the State of New-Jeifey, hive
appointed the following persons to fupei intend
and direct the drawing oi the fame, via. Nicho
las Low, Rufus Herman Le Roy, James
Wat (bo, Richard Hanifcn, Atnjah Hammond,
and Cornelius Ray, of the city oi New-York—
Thomas Willing, Joieph Bali, Matthew M'Con*
nel and Andrew day aid, ot the city of Phila
delphia—His Excel.anfey Richard Howell, Esq.
Elias Boudinot, Geocial Li as Dayton, Jam s
Parkei, John Bavaid, D<>€kot Lewis DOn jm,
Samuel W. Stockton, jolhua M. Wallace, J oieph
Bloomfield, and Eiithj Boudmot, of N-w-Jcr
fey, who offer the ioliowmg St bc-rae cf a Lot
tery, and pledge thtiuiclves to the public, that
they will take every jffarjncc and piecau.ioa in
their power to have the Monies a.d by the
Managets, irom time to time, as received, into
the Banks at New-Yoik and Philadelphia, to
remain for thepurpoieof paying Pne s, wnich
(hall be immediately diftharged by a check
npon one of thr B
t Piizeof 20,000 Dol.au is 20,000
14,539 Prites. *62,000
23.461 Blanks. First drawn number, 2,000
Laftdrawn number, 2,000
Tickets at 7 Dollars each » 266.000
The drawing will commence, under the in
fpe&iou of a Committee ol the Superintendents,
as soon as the Tickets arc fold,ot which timely
notice will be given.
The Superintendants have appointed John N.
Curaming, of Newark, J«cob R. Hardenbrrg,
of New-Brunfwick, and Jonathan Rhea, of
Trenton, as immediate Minager* thereof, who
have given ample security for discharging the
trust reposed in tbem.
$3" In order to fecurethe pon&ual payment
of the Prices, the Superintendants of the Lottery
have dire&ed thai the Managers (hall each enter
into bonds in 40,000 dollars, with four fufficient
fecuritirs, to perform the:r mftiudions, the fub
ftanceof which is
I. That whenever either of the Managers
(hall receive the sum of Three Hundrrd Dollars,
he (hall immdiately place the fame in one of the
Banks of New-York or Philadelphia, to the
cicdit ol the Governor of the Society, and such
ot the Superintendants as live in the city whtre
the monies are placed, to remain thrre until the
Lottery is drawn, foi the payment of the Prize?.
11. The Managers to take fiifficieni lecui ty
for any Tickets they may trust, otherwise to be
refponnble for them.
111. To keep regular books of Tickets fold,
Monies received and paid ioto the Bank, ab
ft'aQs of which (hall be sent, monthly, to the
Governor of the Society.
Paterfon, January 1, 1794.
On application to either of the above gentle
men, information will be given where tickets
may be had.
Parry and Mufgrave,
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sin elegant AJTortment of
SILVER & PLATED WARE,
JEWELLERY fcfJtm 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 usual.
TO BE SOLD,
A large elegant House,
and Lot of Ground,
IN an eligible situation, —alio 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 bymany in the vicinity
of the city, in lize or convenience.
For terms apply to the printer.
NOt K I S- C 0 U R T,
Back of the New I..jfvy, between Chefout
RESPECTFULLY informs his friend* and
the public in general, that he continues
car-ying on the hulincfs of
Sign and Fire-Bucket Painting,
Likewise, JAPANNED PL fYTES,
for doorsor \»indow>(huttcrs,dont in the nioft
elegant iaanner, and with difparch.
Orders from the country will be thankfully
received, and duiy attended to.
Decent:*r 30, dtt
and Walm :-Streets.
In hog !'• cads and in cases of 50 bottles each.
* L S O,
A few cases Champaigne Wine;
In p : -pes, hogftieads and quarter ca&s,
FOR SALE BY
No. m. South troni •ttreet
Jan. 2, 1794
AMD FOI SALE BY
M.Carey,No. i lS,Higb-ftreet,
Commentary on Common Hating* and
Subjects, which are full of Common
Sense, tbc heft sense in the 'world.
THIS little book is written in a fttle altogether
novel, anc is adapted to all capacities, at
well as to all classes cl people, merchant, me
chanics and farmert. Such a reputation has this
wo>k icquiredi that il has parted thro three im
prrOporu in the eastern states, and many hooie
hoideis deem it so ufetul as to parchafe a copy
for every adult in theii families. ■Pai c e as.
February (. dti
J lift Imported,
In the Ship Edward, Capt. Crandon, from
St. Peterlburg in Russia,
And now landing at South-street f.Turf, viz.
AND FOB. SALE BY
No. 22, Walnut-street.
January 3c lb 1794.
IVFORMATION ts hetet-y given to ail the
military invalids of the United States,that the
sums to which they are entitled lor fix months
of their annual penGon, from tbc fourth day of
September 1793, and which will become due
on <ne sth day of March 1794, will be paid on
the fa id day by the Ommilfio:»ers of the Loam
within the Hates refpe&ively, under the usual re-
Applications of executors and adminiflrators
mull be accompanied with legal evidence of
their refpc&ive offices, and also of thetiine the
invalids died, whose pension they may claim.
By command of ihe Prefid'nt
of the United"State*(
Sectetary oj War.
The printers in the rcfpettive staTs are
requested to publish the above in iheirncwfpa
pers for the space of two months.
STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA.
In the Houje of Reprefentail ves,
WHEREAS the CoimnifHoners of public
Accounts, have reported, that «hey can
not proceed to the invefttgation of the Treafary
Accounts* refpr&ing fpacial Indents, without
knowing the outftandtng amount thereof in cii
Refohed, That all holders of special Indents
be dtre&ed, and required, on or beiore the firfl
day of November next, to deliver the special In
dents in their poffefßon to one or other of the
Commissioners of the Treasury, who are to wive
receipts for the fame, and to report to tbeCon
miflioncra on public accounts, on or before the
tenth day of November next, the amount by
them refpe&ively received, and also to the Le
gtflature, at their meeting in November next,
and that all special Indent* not rendered into
the Treasury as above, on or before the fiifl day
of November next, (hall be, and the fame are
Refoived, That public notice of this resolution
be given in the several Gazettes in this State,
once every three weeks, until the firft day of
November next. And that the Delegates of thw
State in the Congress of the United States, be re
quested to cause this rctolution to be pubiiChed
in one or more papers in the cities of Philadel
phia and New-York, and that provision will be
made for the ex peaces attending such publica
Orderti> That the resolution be fe*t to the
Senate for their concurrence.
By order of the Houfr*
JOHN SAN FORD C. H. R.
In the SENJTE,
December lift, 1793.
Refolotd, That this House do concur with the
Houle of Representatives in the foregoing ref
Ordered, That the resolutions be sent to the
Hoefe of Reprefentarivcs.
by order of the Senate,
FELIX WARLEY, Clei*.
From London, Dublin, and Glasgow,
And now tor sale,
By MATHEW CAREY,
No. 118, Market-jtral,
A La pe a (i Vaiuabie
COLLECTION »F BOOKS,
Among which are the following :
NEW Annual Regilterfor 1792
European Magazine tor the firft fix
months of 1793
Gibbons decline and fall of tke Roman Empire
Memoirs of the Mancbefter Jocietjr, 3 v«»is.
Priestly on matter and spirit
bifnev's lite «f Dr. Jortin
Kiugville's ancient geography
D'Anoirs of Gtay Joli
Meraty,a collection of essays
Varieof Prussia's works
Calm observer—by Mackintosh
Ruflell's ancient and modem Europ*
Elegant extra&s, superbly gilt
Elegant extTa&s of natural history
Saognier and Britfbn's voyage
Rocbon's voyage to Madagascar
Tcuvnfend's travels in Spain
Taffo's Jerulalem delivered
Sjiiellie's tranflatior of Buffon
Berwick's history of quadrupeds
History of birds
Philips's history of inland navigation
Hooper's rational recreations
History of France, m 3 vols.
Curiefities of literature, 3 vols.
Whitaker's defence of queen NSary
Sheridan's dictionary, 2 vols.
Dow's hiftoTy of Hindoftau
Sketches of the Hindoos
Key to polite literature.
Imlay's dtfeription of Kentucky
Pi efent state of Nova-Scotia
Present state of Hudson's Bay
Preston on masonry
Lavater on physiognomy, abridged
Murphy's life of Br. Johnson
Meeker on executive power
KilTes of Securdus
Gallery of portraits
Volney's ruins of empires
Vaillaint's travels, with superb engravingi
Adair's history of American Indians
Benington ort materialism and imma'erialifnt
Berchold's advice to patriotic traveller!
Chanden's life of Voltaire
De Non's travels
Franklin's life and works
Grozier's description of China
Murphy's translation of Tacitvt
Godwin on po! tical jullice
Gazetteer of France, 3 vols.
Helvetius on man
Kaimes's lketches of the history of fflaa
Liberal opinion?, or the history of Benignus
Mawe's gardefcer's dictionary
Noble's memoirs of the Cromwell family
Reveries of solitude
Smith's theory of moral fectiraeats
Stackboufe's history of the bible
Watson's life of Philip lid. & Illd.
Winders of nature and art, 6 vok.
Wanley's wonders of the little world, called
Wallif on the prevention of diseases
Moore's journal in France
Cox's travels into Denmark > Ruffia,P«land,&Ci
Cox's travels into Switzerland
Rabant's history of the French revolution
Life of Lord Chatham
Mallet's northern antiquities
Motherby's medical dictionary
Grigg's advice to females
Hamilton's outlines of the practice of m'nl
Manning's pra£ti<« ess phyTic
Cleghorn's diseases of Minorca
Innes on the muscles
Armstrong on diseases of children
Ryan on the asthma
Robertfon's treatise on fevers
Leake on the vifrera
Leake on diseases of women
Gardiner on the animal economy
Lewis's Materia Medica
Fordyce on digestion
Withering on the fox glove
Lind on the diseases of heat
Monro on diseases of armies
Spalanzane's d flirtations
London practice of physic
Chaptal's chemistry. j
diw }ta\* tf
For Sale by the Subscribers,
MUSCOVADO Sugar in hhds.&fcbsL
Hyson and Souchong Teas.
Sherry ncSj of luperior quality yin pipe#
and quarter caiks.
Boston Beef, in barrels.
And a fmal! invoice of Muslins.
NALBRO' & JOHN FRAZIER,
No. 164, South Front-street.
March 8. fmw4w
Printsd by JOHN FENNO, No. 3,