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E V E N I N G ADVERTISER.
[No. 155 of Vol. V.] Saturday, May 1 7, 1794. [Whole No. 529.]
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Ship India's Cargo,
A small aiTortment of
250 bags COTTON of good quality, which
would probably make an excellent remit
tance to Europe a»jd a
Quality 6f PEPPER
For Sale ly
IVho has also to difpofi of
Barcelo' & Hand fs. in boxes,
Holland Gin in ta'es,
Souchong, liy.fon, and Tonkay Tea,
A quantity of Brim/tone, See.
May \° .. <^3 w
1* O T I C E.
THE Subscriber leaving this cty fl a short
tims, has empowered Mr. Thr>ni..s Potier to
trariaft ill bufineistn Iris abl'ence, holding his
trattfarfttons as Valued nn
May 10 dtf
City of Washington.
THt Subscribers to the Articles ol* Agree
ment of the 44 Columbian Society" are re
queued to meet at Mr. Richardet's Tavern
in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the
2t>th of the pre Tent month, at 12 o'clock
in order »o chooie a board of Managets, &c.
in conformity with the 9th article of their a
N. B. Dinner wi I b order d on file Table
at 3 o'clock for fucli of tUe Subscribers as
may chooie to pals a facial hour after the
bulinefs of the day is finilhed.
May 5 dca6M.
• „ BY MATHEW CAREY, No. 118,
An Eflay on Slavery,
.Dejigncd to exhibit in a new point ol view
i»s etteils on morals, indufry, and the peace of
society. Some tacts and calculations are otfeicd
to prove the labor of freemen to he much more
productive ihan that ol /laves ; thai countries arr
rich, powerlOl and happy, in propoitioft as the
laboring people enjoy the fruits of their own
labor; and hente the n ceffaiy contlufion, that
(lavery is impolitic at. well as kr.juji.
Price 25 Cents. dtf
Ccngrefs of the Uiiited States,
In Senate, Tuejday May 13th, i 794.
ORDERED, that Rufus Putnam J M <.r. a:
fah Cutler, Robert Olrvei and Griffii.
Green, do, upon the third Monday of Decem
ber next, (he\r caUse to the Senate, why so
much of th grants of land to ihem the (aid
Kill us Putitahi, Manairah Cutler, Robert
Oliver and Griffin Green, pursuant to an Ast
entirl d 44 An a (5i authorizing the and
conveyance of certain lands to the Ohio Com
pany of alTociates," shall not be declared
void, as may interfere with and be fufficient
to fatisfy the claiins of th- ,French settlers
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy of
the above order to Rulus Putnam, Martaffah
t utler, Robert Oliver, or Gnfiin Green, and
the publication of the Tame, one month, in
one of the Gazettes printed in this City, lhali
be deemed fuffictent notice the erf.
Extratt from the Journals of Senate.
SAM. A. OTIS, fecretarv.
Ma y *4- nn.
For the Tooth-Ache,
Prepared and fold by Dr. Lee, Golden-
THE pubic is oTereJ one of the most
efficacious and fafe medicines, thiit ever ap
peered, Cor that most excruciating pain, the
Tooth-Ache—tfce numerous instances of its
happy effects, jr relieving the afflicted, have
now brought it into niiverfel eftimatior ; it
not only relieves the tooth ache, but is of the
uhnoft service in curing the SCURVY in the
Guns, in preventing the disagreeable fraeJl
that's produced from unsound teeth, & wii;
occasion a Tweet breath; ft likewise prevents
the teeth from decaying, and wifl be found
a general prelei vc of the Teeth and Gums
Sold in Philadelphia bnlv at
Poyntell's Stationary Store,
No. 21, Second street.
t April 2j. tuth&s 3W
j A$W THEATRE.
For thfe Benefit of
On Wednesday, May 21.
A PLAT and FARCE,
I As will be exp'refled in the Bills of' tHe *
May J 5 <f.
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and SKETtiCii
FOR SALE BV
Gurney and Smith.
May 14. d
In hog (heads arid in cases of 50 boulcs each. I
I ALSO, I
A few cases Champaigns Wine;
I In pipes, hog (heads and guaucr ca(ks, j
I FOR SALE BY
I No. li i, South Front It reel. I
Jan. 2", ijg'f-. dtf I
THE OFFICE of the Secretary ..t'Staf is
removed from High Street, tb the N vr Build I
I ings, ilic corner ol Sjxtli & Mulbenji li e. ts I
I May 15 1 w I
T 0 W I T:
I (L S ) it remeniDe ec-, that on tie I
I w twenty fourth day of IMa ch, in J
I the eighteenth year of the iodep-nd ce eft the J
I United States of Amenca, E BfcNiZtS. linSAO'D j
I of the laid diitrict, basil epuiiud int-tisoffitc, J.
* j J.' 1 ® *Vtie of a Freak:.ffog r «-J j
Ia 1? author, in the word> following,"to wit: ]
I • " Hiitorical C >lle£Vions; coTififiing of (late I
I papers, and other authe tit documents ; in- j
I tended as materials for art hiftbry of the U- I
J nited States of Am rica. j
By EBENEZEd HAZARD, A.M..
j Member ot the Anient:*!) Paiiofopl ical So- j
I cietv, he id at Phi lade Iph a, for promoting I
I ufeful knowledge; Feiiow of the American j
I academy of A*ts and Sciences j a-id corrtp I
J pondent mem er of the MalTachufotts Kifto- I
I rical Society.
I Ingeniutn, Pretas, Artes, abbd'tic'a virtu , I
Hue piolngs venient, et Regna illufti ia I
J Et Domina hie Virtus erit, et Fortnna li i- I ]
In conformity to the ast of t4ie Congress of] j
the United States, entitled 44 An ast for the j
eucouragement of learning, by securing the I
copies of maps, charts and books, to the au- I
j thors and proprietors of fuel* copies, during j 1
I the times therein mentioned."
SAMUEL CALDWELL, 1
Clerk of the Dijlrift of Pcrmfyl'vania. I
*^ f -y 7 ew4w
Revenue-Office, May "Jth, 1794. t
J NOTICE is here >, liven,that Pi bpo als I »
will be received at the Officfc ot the Comnif- I' t
I fioner ot the Revenue, for Ship Timber ol' I r
the following kinds, suitable for the building i
of the Frigates authorised bv Law. A par. v
t'ctilar detail ot the sizes arid proportions \»*i'l I i
Ibj c immunicated, on application at the said I'
j White Oak Tutibef and Plank.
I f9B Pieces of various nclud- J n
ing Keels, Floor and Riling Timbers, I >'■
Sc. for a VelTel of 149 or i s d fetet
27,000 Feet of Plank, Scantlinp, Wile j f
u Pieces, Bilge Stieak , Clamps, &<;. ja
I S) 2 t-ogs, for various uses. i-u
I £ Pitch Pine. |
j J 25,000 Feet of Plank for Declcs. a
I o 210 Beams, from 42 to 28 feet long 1 , ahd j ]
x from 10 by 12 to 15 by 18 inches thrt,'. j
U, 50,000 Locust Treenails, 18, 24 and 30 w
J inches long.
J.OTo Feet of Inch and lialf-inch Cedar
I 3°» oc> o Feet of Yellow Pine Boards and
I Scantling. j
J Persons willing to supply any part of tqe I
I above Timber for one Ship, or in proportion j
for the Whole fix, will make their PropofaU
I accordingly. I
i'tKßv Benson, Maittr.
Burthen about 140 tons, is intended to fail
ae footi as her inward cargo is difcbarged, un
lels,freight Ihould offer to detain her.
for freight apply to the Captain on' board
arMamrltcm's wharf, or to
SAMUEL isf MIERS FISHER,
, Who have for Sale,
A FEW PIPES
Cargo TeneriiFe wine
And a tew pipes Sweet Do.
Excellent.SHeSrry Wine in quarter casks
Loudon Porter in 42' gallon calks
White and Rt'd Leaif iftd Sjjanilß' Brown
Tin plates in boxes
An a'F tinent of" Eatl India Fans, Nan
keen and Silks
with a general aiTortment oT Merchandize !
sth Mt> 5, 1794 dtf
fljjgv"" For LONDON,
NuW iyiiig at Jell'e and Hobert Wain's
wharf, to fail with all convenient ipced. For
freight or pafllgf, apply to
JOHN FIELD & Stilt,
JESSE & ROBERT IVALN.
May 13. dtf
For Sale or Charter,
PROM AC HE,
>~^r—TiTflamm John Moore, Majier.
i-S a ltouc velll'l, about two years old,
burthen Z32 tons, has only made thtee vDy-
and may be lent to' Tea at a ex
police. She may be Teen at Vihe-ftreet
aud the terms made known by application to
. WHARTON & LEWIS.
-March 2i. _ dtf
Sales at Auction.
On Thursday the 15th and Saturday the
17th inft. id TWO o'clock in the after
noon, at • •
John Connelly's Atrdtion store,
iVb. "j 8, South Front Jireet,
A CHOICE COLLECTION
in various Branches oj literature.
Catalogots may be had"at the stone as a
bove jtnd at No. 16, Sjlruc£ ftrfcet, where
the BOOKS may be fecu any thne before the
May 13. dst".
Second Jireet, befnutns Mzrklt atd Gtjifmi
AM-r iIICAN FACTORY OF
WHERE lie keeps up a ibnftant ftbek Of
ten thbiifantl pieces t'orfale, comprising every
variety ot colours, and figares, ol
' the niofl modern and tasty patterns, for eve
ry part ol a house. The perfretion attained
in this manufactory, in peculiar neatness of
w&rkraa ship, dor ability of c&louri; variety
in a i(ig«j>d quality ot the paper, wiii
be found to exceed any European papers at
tlie fame moderate prices.
A 1 slegtnt variety of rich fancy fcftoon &c
narrow borders, and of stucco and other co
i jited pi'iiftfel papers.
Plain ground? "made to a*iy col ft or or/hade.
Wtiolefa-ie orders for any quantity, from
t'le country or for expol tation, executed on
a limit notice, on advantageous terms, on
In addition to the above alTos tmefttj lie has
a beautiful variety of
French paper hangings
of very fuperinr quality, (Paris mahufaftory)
with a variety of Kicb borders.
April 25 futli&s2W
LANDING at Hamilton's wharf, above
tfic Drawbridge, out' of tfie ship BaCChuS
Cept. VANNiMAN, ftom Jamaica,
for sale sr
May 16. d
I UNITED STATES.
PETERSBURG, May 9.
A gentleman from Savannah, informs,
I 1 hit on the 19th ult. arrived in that port,
the French privateer schooner Les Amis
Point Petre, Capt. Talbot, with a prize
I ihip of 600 tons, mounting 16 guns, and
had on board board about 150 men ; be
longing to Penfacola, said to be worth
I 12D,0c0 dollars : This is the eighth valu
able prize taken by Capt. Talbot.. The
fchoouer mounts only len four pounders,
and is said to belong to Capt. Johii Sih-
I clair, of Smithfivld.
PITTSBURGH, May, 10.
A detachment of State artillery arriv-
I ed here 011 Wednesday afternoon lall'from
Philadelphia, under tbe command, of Lt.
J. Hazlewood, on their way to Prefqu'iile,
Lt. Richard Hazlewood who IVIt com.
manded them was thrown from his hbife
I and filled, near Stratfburgh.
BALTIMORE, May 13.
Eitrafl of a letter, dated April 26, frdtn
I a gentleman in Bermuda, to MeflTs,
W. T. and Co. of this town.
" I have only to advise you that I am
hete, and hope to be so forttm?.te as to
save my (loop, after coding near five hun-
I died dollars, as every vessel and careo
here now is condemned. Here are the
brig Betsey, of Baltimote, captain Ftir
long, and schooner Thetis, captain Jones,
veflels and cai goes condemned, the own
ers obliged to paycofts, ai>d a number in
the fame predicament. If the American
merchants perlift in lending ou m rchant
men to the Weft-Indies, they will be ruin
| ed. i here are now five privateers failing
to cruize off your capes, and take every
I vessel hi den with provifiofts. They are
now taking meaflite of the brig Betsey,
to fee how many guns they can put on
I her, and I fuppoft, in list weeks, (he
will be out. In fix days from this date,
the three mill lugger,, of ten gufis, wilt
fail for our caaft. I fh&ll return from this
back to' B iltitrtore, in hopes that by jhe
time 1 arri.e, y. u will have a armed -
vessel for m
By the fchbfcner Voluptuous, Captain
I Matthew Wilforf, who arrived here last
evening, fcm St. Marks, we learn, that
on the 7th of April lift, the brig Active,
of Philadelphia, Nathaniel Gardner,
Mailer, was call away 011 the Hoodies
ivheti Capt. Gardner went on Ihore h#
had 20 paftefigers un board, men, women,
and children—they remained < n the Hog
(lies eight days after, When the rtiate
(Thomas Arnold) and two of rh: brit
hatids took to the bug bont, to seek re*
lief for their fellow fu IVr.-rs— and in ,a>
bout 27 hours after fell iii with the priva»
teer schooner Cr >uper, Captain Clarke,
belonging to New-Providence, who im
mediately went to their telief, and carri
ed therti all (except one fearmen who was
in the yawl alongfrdc which drifted from
the wreck, and was »Mt heard of after,
and one paffimger who fell overboard on •
the pafl'agif) fafe to St. Marks, where our
informant (Mr. Arnold} left them on the
20th of April,
I If the gfeat phvScal revolutions which
have overturned the globe, sometimes by
flame and sometimes by deluge—if these ter
rible catastrophes, which have caused the '
rUitt of art'eiefit natibnk, even at this dav in-
I tcreft us who are so far distant frDm a period
that is so veiled by the night of time—how
fabulous would it appear if the whole globe
once more witnefied these disastrous events ;
what powerful interefl then ought we not to
I take in the hiflory of the moral revolution
which agitates France, even to its facial
hails—a revolution ft new, so extraordinary'
in its principles, so deHruflive in ,ts efleaV,
so frightful on account of the immorality of
the fa«Sti»ns who have it to th*