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®a?ette #£ tiit (Uuifci) Jpfaltg
[No. 131 of Vol. V.]
la hogthcads at.d in cases of 50 boittcs each.
A few cases Chanipaigne Wine;
In pipes, lioglheads and quarter casks,
FOR SALE BY
r No. 111, South Front ilrect.
]jgn. 2, 1794. dtf
City of Walhington.
THh Subscribers to the Articles of Agree
ment of the u Columbian Society" are re
quested to meet at Mr. Rittiardet's Tavern
in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the
26th day of the present month, at i 5 o'clock
in order 10 choose a board of Manaeers, Sec.
in conformity with the 9th article of their a-
N. B. Dinner will be ordered on the Table
at 3 o'clock tor such of the Subftribers as
may cboofe to pass a facial hour after the
bufineft of the day is fiuifiked.
Wharton and Greeves,
Have removed their Counting House from
Water street, to Morton's wharf,
IVhere they have for Sale,
Madeira and sherry Wine,
fit for immediate use
Gut in cases,
Eightj Hbds. prime Tobacco,
BY MATHEW CAREY, No. tiß.
An Eflay on Slavery,
Deligned 10 exhibit in a new point ot view
its effc£b on morals, indujlry, and the peace of
Jeciety. Some fa&s and calculations are'offered
•to prove the labor of freemen to be much more
prrdutlive than thai ot Jlaves ; that countries, are
rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring people enjoy ihe fruits of their owo
labor ; and hence the ncccffaiy conclusion, that
slavery is impolitic as well as unjujl.
Price 95 Cents. dtf
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
FOR SALE BY
Gurney and Smith.
May 14* j|.
Ccngrefs of the United States,
In Senate, Turf Jay May I yh, 1794.
ORDERED, that Rllflu Put nam, Matiaf
fah Cutler, Robert Oliver and Griffin
Green, do, upon the third Mon day of Decern
ber next, (hew cause to the Senate, why so
much of th grants of Und to them the said
Rufus Putaatn. Manaflah Cut ler, Robert
Ol'ver and Griffin Gieen, purfu ant to an Ast
entitled " An ast authorizing the grant and
conveyance of certain lands to the Ohio Com*
pany of aHociates," (hall not be declared
void, as may interfere with and be fufficient
to fatisfy the claims of the French settlers
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy of
.he above order to Rufus Putnam, Manaflah
C jtier, Robert Oliver, or Griffin Green, and
the publication of the fame, one month, in
one of the Gazettes printed in this City, shall
be deemed fufficient notice thereof.
May i 4«
118, Market Jlreet,
Price 18 cents,
Catechism of Man ;
Pointing out from found principle 1 !, and ac
knowledged facts the Rights and Dune* of
every Rational Being.
Am I therefore become your enemy becaiife I
tell you the truth ? Gal. i»- '6
Now all the li things happened unto them for
examples, and they are written for onr
admonition, ( upon whonj the ends of the
earth are coine. ' °''• *"•
May to tuth&sjw
NOW lying at Jefie and Robert Wain's
wharf, to fail with all convenient speed. Foe
freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FIELD & SON,
JESSE & ROBERT WALN.
May 13. _____ 'k-
For Sale or Charter,
( An American bottom)
IS a stout good vessel, about two years old,
burthen 23 2 tons, has only made three voy
iges, and may be ient to fca at a small cx
pencfe. She may be leen at V»ne-ft«eet wharf»
and the terms made known by application to
ilSop'K For Baltimore,
Pißnv Benson, Master.
Burthen about 140 tons, is intended to fail
ae foou as her inward cargo is discharged, un
less freight fliould offer to detain her.
For freight apply to the Captain on board
at Hamilton's wharf, or to
SAMUEL if MIERS FISHER»
Who have for Sale,
A FEW PIPES
Cargo TenerifFe wine
And a few pipes Sweet Do.
Excellent Sherry Wine ill quarter calks
London Porter in 42 gallon calks
White and Red Lead and Spanish Brown
Tin plates in boxes
An alTortment of East India Fans, Nan
keens and Silks
With a general aflortment of Merchandize
as usual. , .
jth Mo. 5.
For Sale or Charter,
Burthen, about eight hundred barrels. She
is in compleat order, and ready to take in
her cargo. For terms apply to
JOSEPH ANTHONY fcf SON.
May 13. d3t
Europe or the IVeft In-
THO M A
Solomon Bunker Master.
Burthen about sixteen hundred barrels, a
staunch good veflel, and a prime sailer For
terms apply to the Captain on board, at
M'Clenachan's wharf, or to
JOSEPH ANTHONY & SON.
Philad. May 13. d3t.
Sales at Au&ion.
On Thursday the Ist|i and Saturday the
17th inft. at TWO o'clock in the after
John Connelly's Auction store,
No. 78, South Front Jlrect %
A CHOICE COLLECTION
In various Branches oj literature.
Catalogues may be had at the store as a
bove, and at No. i 6, Spruce street, where
the BOOKS may be seen any time before the
In the Ship Edward, Capt. Crandan, from
St. Peterft>urg in Rufiia,
And now landing at South-street Wharf, viz.
AND FOR SALE BY
No. ia, Walnut-street.
March 4> 1794'
Thursday, May 15, 1794.
WHARTON & LEWIS.
Ship India's Cargo,
A small aflortment of
250 bags COTTON of good qual-rv, which
would probacy make an excellent remit
tance to Europe, and a
Quantity of PEPPER
For Sale by
IVho has *lfo to difjtofc: of
Barcelona Hand fs. m b xes,
Holland Giu in cases,
Souchong, fiyfop, and To kay Tea,
A quant ty us Brimttone, &c.
May 10 d
NOT! C E.
THE Subscriber ieav ngthuoty lor. a fbort
time, has empowered Mr. Thonias Potier to
tranfa&all bu&ie/si; his abience, holding his
trania&ions as Valued an
Nankeens of Superior Quality,
FOR. SALE AT
No. 40, north I'ifth Street.
April ii. mwiicitf
A quantity of stout well mud.' M.n's foe
SHOLi, adapted tor me Southern market, for
No. 36, North Third Jlreet.
May 6 mw^l'ut
A good Pressman,
Wiio »ill uiccl wilii couflaol einplo>. Apply
to Siemei and Kdimncrcr.No- Bs, Kact-butct.
May 13, »;94.
T'he Ground Flan
City and Suburbs
T/iKhtf FROM ACTUAL HURy&T*
IT is w»th pleasure ihat the publi&er has to
inform his t'uol'crtber.sand t:ie public in gene
ral, that she plate s now under the hands- oi
trie engrave , j. «<1 »u g -aie;- forwardnls than
was at fi> tt contemp.ated. At the fame time
ue begs leave tar.m nil iheni, th t iublcrip
t,i«n papers <*»e ft*U open at ruoft of the noted
book-ikores 111 the city ; and that he hopes
from the whole of them to i* enabled to form
luch a refpedab.e ca a.ogue of name , as wilt
do a credit to the work, a* well as afford a
re ifonable encouragement to. the undertake-!
Thole who are cUlirousof further infoima.
tion are requelted to call on
No. 68, Market ilreet.
SALES at N-EW-rOKK, by A. L,
HLEECKEit c 5 SONS,
Oa Thursday the 15 th May next at Twelve
o'clock at the Tontine Ccffee House,
T'raßs of Land,
In Watkins and Flint's purchase, in thecoun-
ty of Tioga, state of New York.
The containing acres.
South weft quar. of Towpflup No. 2, 9,424
Northwest do. do. 4, 5,64?
Northeast do. do. 6, 10,525
Southwcft do. do. 7» 9 000
Southwest do- do. 8, 3,95 D
Noithweft do. do. 8, 6,250
Southeast do. do. 9> 6,250
Soatheaft do, do. 9,000
Noithweft do. do. JO, 10,475
Thefelands are rapidly encreafmg in valur,
large (settlements a»e already made in leveral
of the town&ips; the goodness of foil, and
the advantages in point of filiation being so
well known, render any further description
unnecefTary. A map of the tracts and condi
tions of sale may be Teen at No. io r Queen
[Whole No. 527.]
A USEFUL DISCOVERY.
Mr. Steinberg, his ftajeftey's Chemirt
at Hanover, has pointed out a process,
by boiling coal with allum, to obtain a
liquid of a deep blue color, which will
serve to blue writing paper; or give to pa
per the coljr of foreign sugar-piper.
For the Gazette of the United States
Queries, rtJpeßing certain Stlf-JiileA
I. Who are the moll liable to the charge
of foreign influence, those who endeavor t6
avoid a war by negociation, and prepare
the country for it, if neceflavy j or those
who endeavor to plunge the country into
a war, unpicpaied, and at the fame time
obftrutt all the measures of preparation
and defence ?
2. If war (hould overtake us unprepar
ed, without an army, without revenue,
and before our harbors are fortified, or
our arsenals replenilhed, must we not ei
ther fall a prey to the vindittive spirit of
Great Britain, or become the humble sup
plicants td, and dependants on France for
3- If such will be the confluence,
have we not reason to fufpeft that those
who are inclined to reduce at to that dis
graceful dilemma, are stimulated by fo
reign influence—if they wi(h to fee us
humbled by Great Britain, are they not
emilTaries and tools of that nation—if
they with to place us under the prote&ion
of France, are they not the mercenary
agents of France ?
4. If to be in a condition to defend
ourselves, to protest our commerce, and
preserve our neutral rights, it be necefla
ry to build frigates, to fortify our ports,
to fill our arsenals, and provide troops, do
not those who withhold the means neces
sary for the carrying these meafiires into
execution expose the country to invalion,
our towns to deftruftion, our veflels to be
captured, our fellow-citizens to be carri
ed into ignominious bondage, and our
neutral rights to be violated ?
r. — Y
y. Money being the means, the fine qua
non of those measures, do not those who
refute to grant money, oppose the execu
tion of those measures ?
6. Profeflions and fine promises being
frequently made when there is no inten
sion to fulfil them and coding nothing,
ought the public to be deceived by these
profeflions, when they fee the authors of
them caviling at every kind of revenue
and endeavoring by indirect means to de
feat it !
7- When we hear men puhlickly aflert
that they are friends to public credit and
to the support of government, and are
willing to grant all the revenues nece(T:iry
for both—when they acknowledge that
revenues are wanted, and when we find
them strenuously oppofiug every source of
revenue which is proposed, is there
incontellible proof that their profefllons
are a mere parade of words, which can
not impose even upon the raoft ignorant ?
8. If an inspection of the Journals of
a certain House, manifeftly fhews'that a
ctrtain set of men, have uniformly and
unitedly voted againfl every species of re
venue proposed, is there not a ft rang pre-,
sumption that jheir views are sinister, their
politics hostile to the independence of the
United States, and that instead of the
confidence they merit the indignation of
every true American ?
From a HAND BILL, pufclilhed ia
To the CUiztnt of BALTIMORJE-
The outrages of the few days past, th«
difagregard of legal authority, and the
opposition to the execution of the laws,
immediately strike at the honor, the hap
piness, and the .prosperity of ihifi town;
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