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EVENING AD V E R T I S E R.
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[No. 157 of Vol. V.] Thursday, May 22, 1794. [Whole No. 555.]
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
FOR SALE BV
Gurney and Smith.
May 14- d
LANDING at Hamilton's wharf, above
the Dfswbnrfjrfi) out ot t - (hip Bacc.-.us
Cept. Vjssema*. fiom Jamaica,
FOR SALE BY
Mav 16. d
Ship India's Cargo,
A small afTortment of
250 bags COTTON of good quality, which
would probably make an excellent remit
tance to Em; ope, and a
Quantity of PEPPER
For Salt by
Wb+ has also to dispose of
Barcelona Hand'fs. in boxes,
Holland Gin in cases,
Souchong, Hyson, and Tonkay Tea,
A Quantity of Briraftone, &c.
May 10 d3w
BY MATHIiW CAREY, No. iiß,
An EfTay on Slavery,
Designed to exhibit in a new poin: ot view
its CHests on morals, indujlry, and the peace 0)
society. Some ta6U and calculations are offered
to prove the labor offreemen 10 be much moie
productive than that ot slaves ; that countrits are
rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring ptople enjoy the fruits ot their own I
labor ; and the ncceffity eonciufion, that
slavery is imfwhUc as well as unjujl.
Price 25 Cents. dtf
Ccngrefs of the United States,
In Smalf, Tuesday May 13th, 1794.
ORDERED, that Rufuc Putnam, Mai.a
fah Cutler, Robert Oliver and Griffin
Green, do, upon :he third Monday of Decem
ber next, Ihevr cause 10 the Senate, why so
much oi' . i grants ot land to them the (aid
Rul'us Putnam, ManaiTata Cutler, Robert
Oliver and Grilfin Green, pursuant to an Ast
entitled "An ast authorizing the grant and
conveyance of certain lands to the Ohio Com
pany of aflociates," not be declared
void, as may interfere with and be fufficient
to fatisty (he claims of the French fettlcrs
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy of
tie above urder to Rufus Putnam, Manafiah
Cutler, Robert Oliver, or Griffin Green, and
the publication of the fame, one month, in
one of the Gazettes printed in this City, (ball
be deemed furfic ent notice thereof.
Extradl from the Journals of Senate.
SAM. A. OTIS, secretary.
May i - im -
Dr. Moore's Journal in France,
This Day is publijhed,
Price 6.. ttitcl-.ed, and 7/6 neaily bound, by
H. & P. RICE,
Book/ellers, No. 50, Market Jlreet,
A Journal during a refidenee in France,
from the beginning of August to the middle of
December 1792 ; To which is added, >n ac<
count of the 310 ft remaikable evejits that
happened at Paris, from that time to the death
of the late King of France.
By JOHN MOORE, M. D.
May 17 yr
City of Washington.
THE Subscribers to the Articles of Agree
ment ot the t( Columbian Society" are re
qucfted to meet at Mr. Richardet's Tavern
in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the
26th day of the prelent month, at 12 o'clock
in order to choose a board of Managers, &c.
in conformity with the 9th article of their a
N.'B. Dinner wi,| be ordered oil the Table
at 3 o'clock for such of the Subscribers as
may choole to pass a social hour after the
jaufineOs of ;.ic day i< finifhed.
May 5* dtz6M.
For St. Croix,
Lloyd Wharton, Malter.
SHE is intended to fail with the firft veflcls
and can accommodate a few pafiengers very
well. For terms apply to the Captain, or
WHARTON & GREEVES.
May '19. U6t
tlplv For LONDON >
NOW lying at Jefie and Robert Wain's
wharf, to fail with all convenient speed. For
freight or paflage, anply to
JOHN FIELD & SON,
JESSE & ROBERT IVALN.
May 13. dtf
For Sale or Charter,
(An American bottom )
IS a itoui 3 Jod verfeJ, about two years old,
burfuen toiiN, has o fly made three v.>y-
ai d may be e to sea at a small ex
pence. She may be 'een at Vine-street wharf,
and the terms m v k own bv application to
WiiARTON d LEWIS.
Mar.-h 2i. dtf
For Frederickfburgh and Fal-
JL|--- - mouth, Virginia,
Jj'ill fail 011 nexfc For fieighi
paifge apply o :be Mailer on bard, at
JOHN WALN'i \» a , or
v» HO ii AS tOii SALE
The Cargo offaid V<ffcl —Confijhng of
DE .R KINS, &cc.
'7 d -
In hogibcads and 111 calcs ot Dottles each.
A few cases Champaigne Wine j
In pipes, hoglheads and quarter calks,
FOR SALE BY
' • JOHN VAUGHAN,
No. in, South Front ilreet.
Jan. 2, 1794.
THE OFFICE of the Secretary of Sratc is /
removed from High Street, to the New Build
ings, the corner of Sixth & Muloerry streets.
May 15 iw
—NO. 21 —
Second Jirest, bet<w?en Market and Che/nut
American manufactory oj
WHERE he keeps up a constant stock rf
ten t'uoufand pieces for fyle, comprising every
variety of colours, in grounds and figures, ol
the most modern and tasty patterns, for eve
ry part of a house. The perfrftion attained
in tbis inanufaftory, in peru tar neatnels of
workmaufliip, durability ot colours, variety
in designs, and good quality ot the paper, will
be found to exceed any European papers at
the fame moderate .prices.
An elegant variety of rich fancy feftoon &
narrow borders, and of ftuccoand other co
loured pinnel pipers.
Plain grounds made to any colour orlhade.
Wholesale orders for any quantity, from
the country or for exportation, executed on
a Ihort notice, on advantageous terms, on
In addition to the above assortment, he has
a beautiful variety of
French paper hangings
of very fuperinr qu ility, (Paris manufjftory)
with a variety of Rich Borders. '
r '' 2 s t»th&s2w
A quantity of stout well made Wen's flze '
SHOES, adapted for the Southern market,for '
sale at ' i
No. 36, North Third Jlreet.
lit tbejhip Abigail, Captain Horton, from St
Peter/burgh in RuJJia, and now landing at
Ritfl-lf s ivbarf,
And for sale at the ftorei of the fubferiber in
Wjlnui ilieet, N". 22.
April 4. oiw t
AK D TO BE SO L D BY
THOMAS DOBS ON,
No. 41, foutb SecondJlreet,
Extract of a letter from a gen
rleman in America to a tnend in England, on
tiieSuhjeft of Emigration— price 1 Bth of a
Ecclejiajlical EJlabliJbmentt detrimental to
Price t 8 ot'a Dollar.
April s2. mw&f3w
No. 41, South Second-Street: |
Tnfc. Miltoiy ot N. w-Hamplhire, horn the
D. (covriy of the River Pifcat-aqua—oby j
rcmiuh Belknap, D. D. 3 Vois. Price tn Boards,
4 1-2 Dollars.
The Foirefter, an American Fable, being a
Sequel to the Hiitory at John Bull the- Cioitner.
A Ditcoucfe, intended to commemorate the
Diicovery ot America by Chnitopbcr Colum
bus; delivered at the request of the Htiioncal
Society in Madachuletts, O&ober 23d, 1792,
being the Completion of the Thud Cen.u \,
since that memorable event. To which art
added, F «ur DiUcrtatioris, connected with the
fuhjcA—By the fame author. Price, 50 Cenis.
March 17. tuui&tjw
Nankeens of Superior Quality,
'FOR SALE AT
No. 40, porth Fifth Street.
April 11. mw&ftf
To the Electors of the city
county of Philadelphia.
THIS being tiie lad year of the present
Sneriff's time, in office. I take the liber
ty to offer nivfelf a Candidate, and fvilicit
vour votes and interests in my favor, to pUre
me on the return at the next general Elect t,
as his fucceflory for said office ; in daing which,
you will confer an obligation that will be
gratefully remembered, by
Your most obedient,
and hum le fervanf,
May 3. est f.
THOMAS DOBS ON,
ictkfeller, at the Stone House in SecondJlreet,
VOLUME XI OF
Dictionary of jfrts, Sciences, and Mifcel
ON a plan entirely new ; by which the dif
ferent sciences and arts are digested into the
form ot dUintSt treatises or lyftems. This
volume contains the articles, medals, rnedi
:iue, i/ietdllurgy, metaphysics, methodic,
Mexico, mtcrolcope, midwifry, and a great
variety ot biographical and milcellaneous ar
icles, il!u(lrated with nineteen copperplates.
(P3" The rabies of* logarithms, &c. which
were deficient in the tenth volume, are Tub
oined to this.
Eleven vo'umesof this work are now pub
iflied, and the Xllth is in some forwardnefs.
On the firft of Septembe", i? 9 2» s he price
>f 'übfeription was increased TtN dollars on
ill ie ts not taken before that time. The sub-
CcriptiOn isftill open on these terms, and it
iny copies remain by the firft of July nexr,rhe
jrice wil! be raised TEN dollars more, on
iny copies which may be fubferibed for after
As many of the fubferibers have taken
jnly two, three or four, &c. volumes, they are
rameftlv requested to take up and pay tor the
emaining volumes, as it becomes difficult to
oinplete the setts, and the publilber does not
told himtelf bouud to make up any setts after
he firft day of July next.
Ap il 22. ml'tl^.wJ
For the Gazette of the United States
Please to insert the following,
b 7 reading" an Addrefe" to the Young La
dies of Mr. Poor's Academy.—
H HILE Mr. S , fays such charming
j n And Jome in verse, and fame in prose fx
Would he, to his wife courtfcls give success,
He must example add to his " Address.
If be believes our J'ex, surpass his own,
Say, mould he in bis carriage ride a lotted
A certain adventurer, advertised in one
- of tile morning papers of Monday, " that the
u ; 46th ascension which.has been announced,
a | caiuiot take place in Philadelphia. The iron
■ cylinders, which were supposed to be toler
able good, have been tried this day, and
found to be all good for nothing, as they let
out the inflammable on all fides."
" M. Blanchard renounces all aeroflatic
experiments in this country, until the arts
are brought to such perfection as to furnifh
him the means neceflary to ensure fuccels,"
Good Monf.eur B , Jure 'tis fomewbat
That after having gulfd us of our change,
fy eagles, chariots, balloons, puppet
You tbenjhoiild twit us of our ignorant
Say, <we dm't know so much as folks in
That Science here's a habe, without ber
Because, your gaz, doth thro' eafl iron ooze
1 Know, balloon-man, you fhoul'd have calf d
> Jor ft eel—
You did not know we make it—know—and
When o'er th' Atlantic, Buffon cap Mis eye,
And ftvore our people mere but three feet
Toe climate bad the men to pigmies whit
■dfagk poet, or a man of Jcience,
Tofhew —be bid America defiance,
The mind and flature both, were so — be
Buffon we could forgive—a slave at home;
But kinderfate permitted you to room—
Here yon mpy fee, if not a partial- f
'■ I Some men, not one whit finaller than yourfelf.
Friday, May 9, 1794.
Mr. Foster reported from the commit
tee on enrolled bills, that they did yester
day, lay befo:-e the President of the Uni
ted States, the fqllowlng enrolled bills,
to wit, the bill, fentitlecj, "An a<S far
the remifliort of the duties on eleven hogs
heads of Coffee which have been deftruy
ed by fire"—and the bill, eniitled, " An
ast supplementary to "An ast to pro
vide for the defence of certain ports and
harbors in the United States and that
they had this day, examined the bill, enti
tled, " An ast to erect a light-house on
the head land of Cape Hatteras; and a
lighted beacon on Sfyell Castle Island in
the State of Njrth-Carollha," and that
it was duly enrolled.
A meflage from the House of Repre
sentatives, by Mr. Beckley their Clerk.:
" Mr. President—The President of the
United States hath notified the House of
Representatives, that he this day approv
ed and signed the following acts "An
ast providing for the raising & organizing
a corps of artillerists and engineers" "An
3ft supplementary to "An ast to ptovjde
for the defence of certain ports and har
bors in the United States," apd " An
ast directing a detachment from the Mi
litia of the United States." And he
A meflage from thr President of the
United States, by Mr. Dandridge his Se
' cretary :
" Mr. President—The President of the
United States hath this day approved and
signed " An ast fur the retnifijon of the