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EVENING V E R T I S E R.
[No. of Vol. V.] Monday, May 19, 1794. [Whole No. 530.]
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VHE Snbfcriber ie. vn.g*«ln»c > ty for a short
time, las empowered Mr. Thorny »
traiifaft all bufiiiefsin his ablence, bold.ng his
tranfacfions as Valued on _
May 10 __ .
REMAI N I N O
Ship India's Cargo,
A small allortment of
2JO b.,g V.OJ ION of good qual tv, which
would ; robably make an excellent remit
tance to Europe, a
Oiui.tity of PEI'PER ■
For Sale ly
Who bai al/o todifpofe of
Barcelo a Hand ts. 111 boxci,
Holland Gi. i eaes,
S. ucl.oi'g, Hyf'n > and Toi kay Tea,
A quia t ly us Rimltone, &c.
M,.y 1? rf 3 w
City of Walhington.
THI Subfc.ii>ers to the Articles of Agree
ment of the u Columbian Society" are re
queued to meet at Mr. Richardet's Tavern
in the city of Philadelphia, 00 Monday the
26th day of t ie present mbutb, at 12 o'clock
in order 10 choole a board of Managers, &c,
in conformity with the 9th article of their a
N. B. Dinner wi I c dercd on the Table
at 3 o'ciock for luth "f the Sutfcribers as
may cboole to pals a facial hour after the
business of the day is finifhed.
May 5 dr?.6M.
BY MATHEW CAREY, No. 118,
- :. . liai Rct-Strcct, •
An Essay on Slavery,
Defined to exhibit in a new point ol v;< w
its etfefis on tnoia/s, tndujiry, "and the peace of
fcciety. Some ra&s and calculations are o tie red
to prove ttie labor ot Jieemen to be much more
prodiftivc than that ot slaves ; that countries are
nch, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring people enjoy the butts of lheir own
labor ; and hence the n ctflfii y.conclufion, that
slavery ts impolitic as well - & unjuji.
Price 25 Cents. dtf
Congress of the United States,
In Senate, TuefJay May iyb, 1794.
ORD&UED, hit Rufu* Putnam, Mai.Si
fall Cutler, Robert Ohver and Griffin
Green, do, up ( on the thiid Monday ot Decem
ber next, il}e .* catite to the Senate, why so
muc'i f tji grants ot land to them the said
Rtifus Putnam. ManaiiaU Cutler, Robert
Olive: and Griffin Green, pursuant to an A&
cotitl d u An a& authorizing the grant and
conveyance of certain la. ds to the Ohio Com
pauy of alfociate (hall not be declared
"void, as may interfere with a'id be fufficient
to fatisfy the claims of the French settlers
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy of
the above order to Ru'us Putnam, Manaffah
Cutler, Robert Oliver, or Guffin Gjeen, and
the publication of the lame, Vnonth, in
one of the Gazettes printed in this City, shall
be deemed fufficient > otice theieof.
Extra<sl from the Journals of Senate.
SAM. A. OTIS, secretary.
May 14. tin.
Dr. Moore's Journal in France,
This Day is published,
Price 6?. Hitched, and 7/6 .«ea Iv bund, by
H. & P. R I c E,
Bookfellcn, No. 50, Market flreet,
A Journal daring a refidenee in France)
from the beginning of Angull to the middle of
December 179s ; To wh eh is added, an ac
count of the rnoft rema.kable events that
happened at Paris, from that time to the death
ol ihe late King of France.
By JOHN MOORE, D. D.
May 17 5t
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
FOR SALE BV
Gurney and Smith.
May 14. d
°s WILLIAM PENN,
NOW lying at Jefle and Robert Wain's
wliarf, to fail with all convenient speed. For
freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FIELD <5* SON,
JESSE & ROBERT IVALN.
May ij. dtf
> For Baltimore, i
i-tKRi Benson, Mailer.
But then about 140 tons, is intended to ftil (
1 ae foou as her inward cargo is dif- havged, un- (
less freight (hou d offer to detain her. t
For freight apply to the Captaiii on board
at Hamilton's wharf, or to .
SAMUEL iff MIERS FISHER,
Who have for Sale,
A FEW PIPES
Cargo TeneriiFe wine
And a lew pipes Sweet Do
Excellent Sherry Wine 111 quarter calks
London Porter in 42 gallon calks
White and Red Lead and Spanilh Brown
Tin plates in boxes
An allotment of East India Fans, Nan
- keen and Silks
With a general affiirtment of Merchaudiw
" as usual.
- sth JWo. 5, .794 dt> '
* For Sale or Charter,
(An American bottom) >
s John Moore, Majier.
i IS ast out good velftj, about two /ears oH,
burthen 232 tors, iias only madi thr-ee v<v-
and tiray be lent to tea at a fm»l et
penee. She may be seen at whatt,
and the terras made k >own bv appl cation to
WIUkTON & LEtVISi
~"MarpH it. J3
For Fredericklbnrgh «
mouth, Virginia, ■
Capt. |M 4 Na'mara.
, W-l| fail on WhDNfiiiJAK next. For freight
or paf'ge apply o he Master on board, at
JOHN WALN'< Wliarf, <.r »'
EMANUEL WALKER, 1
WHO HAS FOR SAI E u
The Cargo of said Veffel —Cons/ling of t
VIRGIN'IA WHEAT,! a
DEER SKTNS, &c. P
May 17 d 4 . 1
For the Benefit of »
Mr. CHALMERS, '
On Wsjdnesday, May 21.
A PLAT and FARCE,
As will be exprefle'd in the Bills of the
May 15 d. \
JAMAICA RUM, '
LANDING at Hamilton's wharf, above
the Drawbridge, out of the (htp Bacchus
Cept. Vanneman, from Jamaica,
FOR SALE BY
r May 16. d
In hoglhcads and in cases of 50 bottles each.
. A few cases Champaigne Wine ; !
; MADEIRA, I
In pipes, hogsheads and quarter calks,
FOR SALE BY
JOHN VAUGHAN,' ;
No. tlx, South Front llreet.
Jan. 2, 1,794. dtf
THE OFFICE >f th Secretary of State is
removed froth High Street, to the New Build
ings, the comer ot Sixth & Mulberry ftrects
May 15 iw
The Ground Plan
City and Suburbs
TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURREY.
IT is with pleasure that the publifner has to I
inform l»j t'ut>fcri!)er,and the public in j-ent.
i»l, that the plate .s now under the hands of
tbo.d.ig "aver, and in greater fciryardufs than
was at firft contemplated. At tin fame time
heb.-gs tor mind them, tli t fu&fcrip
tibo papers are itiil opsn at rrtoft of the noted
bu .k-ftores in the city ; and that he hopes
from the whole of tliem to be enabled to so m
liicii a refpeftable ca aiogue of names, as will
do a credit to the wcirk, as well as affoid a
rejto lable encouragement to the undertiks-i
Til >:s who are delirousof farther inforjna.
I lo.i are requested to call on
No. bi, Market 111 et
April 14. m&tlitf
118, Market Jlreet,
Price 18 cents,
Catechism of Man ;
Pointing out f.oin found principles, and ac
knowledged Fa&s the Rights and Duties of
ei'ery Rational Being.
Ami therefore become your enemy becanfe I
tell you the truth ? Gal. iv. 16
Now all these things happened unto theih for
examples, and they arc written for our
upon whom the ends of the
earth are come. i Cor. xii.
May id tuth&S2W
THE relatione of Mr. Thomas Curtis,for
me: \y of .silicon's Upper Mills, and lately of
the C ty of Wash ngfon? dc'cealicf, are defir,
*d to apply ai>d have his aifairs letted.
' City of Walhington, April 22, 1764.
M. 5 mfoth4W
TO IVIT: ,3
/£~"g , BE it remembered, that on the
* *' twenty fourth day of March, in
the eighteenth year of the independence of the
U .itedStates of America, EBENtztR Hazakd
of the said diftricl, hasdepofited in t 'is office,
the title of a book,the right whePeot he claims
as author, in the words following, to wit :
u Hiilorical Cdle&ions; confining of ilate
papers, and other authentic documents » in
tended as materials for an history of the U
nited States of Am rica.
By EBENEZER HAZARD, A.M.
Member of the American Philosophical So
ciety, held at Philadelphia, for promoting
ufefu! knowledge; Fellow of the American
academy of Arts and Sciences; and
pondent member of the Malla'chufetts Hiito
Ingenium, Pietas, Arte* - , acsbellica virtus,
Hue profugae venient, et Regna illurtria
Et Domina hie Virtus erit, et Fortuna mi
In Conformity to the a<sl of the Congress of
the United States, entitled 4< An art for the
eucouragement of learning, by fecui ing the
copies of maps, charts ant', books, to the au
thors and proprietors of such copies,, during
the times therein mentioned."
Clerk of the Dijlr'id of Pennsylvania.
May 7 ew4w
For the Tooth-Ache,
Prepared and fold by Dr. IjKE 9 Golden-
THE public is orfered one of the mo ft
efficacious and fafe medicines, that ever ap
peared, for that most excruciating pain* the
Tooth-Ache —the numerous instances of its
happy effe&s, in relieving the afflidted, have
now brought it into Uriiverfal estimation ; it
not only relieves the tooth-ache, but is of the
tifmoft service in curing the SCURVY in the
Gums, in preventing the disagreeable smell
'that is producecf from unlbund tee hj & will
occalkm a sweet breath; if Ifkewife prevents
the \eeth from decaying, and will be found
a general prefer ver of the Teeth and Gums
Sold in Philadelphia only at
Poyntell's Stationary Store,
No. 21, Second street.
April 2j. tuth&s 3W
From the Philadelphia Gazette.
The following it the fuhjlanct of the obfer- 1
•vations made by Mr. Smith, (S. C.J
on the Non-importation Billy in the House
oj Representatives of the United States.
Mr. Smith was opposed to the measure
becaufc it was inconsistent with that fpi
nt of negociation which wa6 contempla
ted not only by the Executive, but by
Congrcfs; for although some members
fecmed averfc to any further attempt at
negociation, yet it was evidently the wish
of a considerable majority to give it ano
The measure carried with it a menace ;
it held out this language, ".That unless
Great Britain would consent to certain
measures, the United States would pun
ilh her by certain other measures."
This language had a direst tendency
to defeat all negociation, for no nation
would ever treat on such terms: Even
were Great Britain disposed to make
compleat fatisfaCtion for every injury, her
pride would restrain her from making
concessions which might appear the re
sult of threats and apprehenlions.
This had been compared to the cafe of
an individual, and it had been shewn that
in common life, no man of'fpirit would
make atonement for an injury, when it
was demanded with a threat of punishment
if withheld. Mr. Smith applied the cafe
to ourfclves ; he brought it home to the
feelings of the members themselves, and
he alktd if they, under fimilarcircumftan
ces, either as private or public characters,
would not from a lpirit of national pride,
spurn at the idea of having redress extort
ed by menaces ?
Great Britain would be disposed to
make or withhold reparation according to
events in Europe, and according to hef
<if :''y a~K-'^*n(T" a , —
resulting from a was with the United
By that view would her answer be go
verned ; Should the cabinet of that nati
on hesitate with re.'pest to peace or war,
a measure like this would undoubtedly de
cide them against peace; their language
would naturally be, we were disposed to
accomodate all differences on the moll ami
cable terms, but such a disposition under
the present circumllances would appear to
be the result of fear excited by your
threats, and commit our reputation in the
eyes of all the world ; you mull therefore
pursue your measures and we. (hall pursue
ours. Mr. Smith a Iked whether this
would not be the language of every nati
on in a like iituation ; he was persuaded
it would be ours. There was nothing
pusillanimous in asking reparation in de
cent terms, unaccompanied with threats.
It was the common pra6tice of all na
tions ; Genoa had recently, though her
neutrality had been violated and her port t
blocked up,fent an envoy extraordinary to
Great Britain to demand fatisfa&ion ; her
demand was couched in mild and civil lan
guage ; yet Genoa was universally ap
plauded for the firmnefs and the dignity
of her condu& as a neutral power. It was
not enough to fay that we had been grossly
infulted,this was admittedinitsfu'.left extent
but every nation when it required redress,
was previously insulted ; the very demand
of fatisfa&ion implied antecedent injury : ,
Nations however negociated without
Why then did gentlemen so frequently
cry out—What, shall we negociate with a
nation which has violated our rights ? He
would ask those gentlemen when negocia
tion was neceflary, but in the cafe of vio
lated rights ? He would further ailc them
whether they were not the firil to urge
negociation with the Dcy of Algiers, who
had captured our veflels and degraded our
miserable fellow-citizens to the level of
beads of burden ? Whether they did not
oppose the naval aimament, lell it Ihould
irritate the Algerines and prevent the fuc.
cess of negociation ? Was it not the con.
ftant policy of this country to negociat e