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For the Tooth-Xche,
Prepared and fold by Dr. Lee, Golden'
THE pubic is offered one of the most
efficacious and fafe medicines, th:it ever ap
peared, tor that most excruciating pain, the
Tooth- Ac lie—the numerous iuftances ot its
happy efF*&.s, in relieving the aiflt&ed, have
now brought it into u liverfai eftinration; it
not oil/relieves the tooth ache, but is of tlie
utmost service in curing tlie SCURVY in the
Gums, in preventing thfe disagreeable smell
that s produced from uniou* d tee h, Sc wi 11
occalfo i a fw&et bieath; it hkewife prevents
the tie'h from \e aving, and will be found
a genera' prvi • vei of the Teeth and Gums
S d •! Philadelphia only at
Poyniell's Stationary Store,
No. 2i, Second ftrect.
April 24. tuth&s 3W
THE telation* ol Mr Thomas Curtis,for
merly of tlliicot '•» Upper Mills, and lately of
the C ty of Wash tig toil. deciafed, are delir
ed to apply a.id have his affairs fettled.
City of Washington, April 22, 1764.
M 5 m&th4«r
Price 18 cents,
T H E
Catechism of Man ;
Point; :i-» out from found principle ■, and ac-
the Rights and Dunes of j
every Rational Being*
Am I therefore be« me. your enemy because I
tell you r'<e truth ? Gal. iv. 16
Now all tbefe things happened unto them for
s and they are written for our J
admonition, upon Vhom the eiids of the
earth are come. i Cor. xii.
My 10 tuth&^2W
'The Ground Plan
City and Suburbs
TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY*
IT is with pleaAne that the pubtifher has to ;
infornj his fubferibers and the public in gene- 1
ral, that the plate iS now under the hands of
the engraver, a id in greater forwardufs than j
was at fir ft contempated. At tht fame time
he begs leave tor mind them, th t fubferip
tion papers are still open at most of the noted
bonlf-ftoves in the city ; and that he hopes
froai "he W'jole ot*t be oh---<f,».rtitni trr -f". > tit
fnch'a refpe&able catalogue.of names, ai; wilj
do a c redit to the work, as well as afford a
encouragement to the undertake-r
Those wh«» are d fu ousof further infoima.
tion are requested to call on
No. 68, Market Itreet.
April !4. m&thtf
OF the in-'nev robbed from the mail near
Baltimore, by Dodor Ga,it, IljdplWrs were
afterwards sent by ail unknown hand, to the
Poftrnaiter at Baltimore, who transmitted
the fame to the General Post Office. Tie fuf
fercrs by that robbery are desired to state ihe
amount of their loires respectively, and trans
mit the lame, with the original letter; of their
correspondents ('where recovered) or other
evidence thereof to the General Post Office,
before tlie firfl day of June nexr, immediate
Jy alter tyhich adividend Will be made among
Pojl Master General.
jGen. Poll Office, April 4, i# 4 iaw6w
Revenue-Office, May Jth, 1794.
NOTICE is iiereby given, thai ProputaU
will t-e rereived at the Office of the Cnmmi'f
lioner of the Revenue, for Ship Timber of
the following kind,, Suitable for the buiidit.fi
of the F ' gates authorized by Law. A par
ticular detail of the sizes and proportions will
be c mmunicated, 011 application at the said
White Oaf Timber and Plani.
98 Piece of various Dimensions, includ.
i"g Keels, Floor and Rising Timbers,
Keel Ve ' rel 01 140 ° r 150 <eet
. 27 '° 00 Fe « of Plank, Scantlin,, Wal
j; piece;, Bilge Streak , Clamps, &c. &e
gj 2JO Logs, for various ul'es.
J- j Pitch Pine.
a s,°°o Feet of Plank for Decks,
o 2 o Beams, from 42 to 28 feet long, and
«, from 10 by .2tors by 18 inches thro'.
& 53,000 Locoft Treenails, 18, 24 and ,0
inches long. "
i.ooo Feet of Inch and half-inch Cedar
30,000 Feet of Yellow Pine Boards and
Persons w 'liug to (u iply any part of toe
above T'mber for one Sup, or in proporii
for the Whole fix, will mike their PropofaU
fOil T, ' j. WINES oft lie fir ft quality
LISBON, & |
Old Jamaica Sjjji it, Antigua and Weft India „
Comae, French and Peach Brandies
Claret and fort Wine of a superior quality
Win: Cyder and Vinegar, in pipes and hhds.
Corks in Bale', H.ivannuh Segars in Boxes.
Philadelphia Porter, in Calks and Bottles.
London do. in do. do.
Philadelphia Ale and Beer in do. do.
London do. in d »..do and '
Cyder :n barrels and bottle-., preparedforex
portatiou o' mediate use,
FOR SALE BY
Benjamin W". Moris,
The corner cf Dock and PearJlreets,
Whe has provided f'uil3bl Wore? and
V 'ult<y for the reception of
WINE S, &c.
Which li" to flore or dilpofe of on
Captain iorwffel? and others fnpj lied with
a;iy of re above LIQUORS bottled, and lea
(lores 'N gene al put up.
Mav 9 tu&f2m
TH£ Sub.tribtr having entered into Co
partnership with Mr. John Bartholomew in
the of Sugar Refining, will dispose
Remaining Stock on hand
Ca.N si sting of
Silver, Plated, & Japan Wares,
Plated CoAch & Saddle
Furniture, he. See.
By lVholefale at Prime Cost for Cajh•
No. 22, North 3d street.
Ar>■ i 1 i . tntli&r 6w
A New Novel.
Tothe LADI S of Philadelphia.
7 his Dav is Puhlijhed by
nS, Market street,.
Price, bound, five ei, 1 lis ol dollar, sewed *
in a' hie pap 1, halt . dollar
Charlotte, a tale of Truth,
IN TWO VOLUMES.
By Mrs- ROW SON, of "the New Theatre,
Philadelphia, Author of Victoria, the In
quifitoi , the Filje de Chamb e, &c.
Of Charlotte ? the Reviewers have given
the following charader.
IT mav be a Tale of Truth, tor it is not
unnatural, and it it a talc of. real diltrefs.—
Charlotte, by the artifice of a teachei, rece >m
-niendffd to a feho.ii. t'ro-nr-tTTTindult; intrigr —
lhan a corivi&ion of her integrity, or the re
gularity ot her former conduct, is enticed
from her goverref, a id accompanies a young
lificer to America.—The marri; ge ceremo
ny,jf not forgotten, is podponed, and Char
lotte dies 6 martyi to the inconftaiicy ( of the
over, and treachery ot his friend —The fitu
tions are artlels and affe<fting—the deferip
ations natural and pathetic; we fhuuid fee
for Cha> lotte if fnch a person ever existed,
who for one error fc.irCely, perhaps, deferv'fcd
so feve-e a punishment. If it is a fiction,
poetic jnftice is not, we think, properly dil
Said Carey has jujl publi/ljed,
A 2 iheet map of Kentucky
compiled 1 Elihu Baiker, price one doliar
and two thiids.
War Atlas, containing maps of France
Germany, Spain,ltaly, the United Provinces!
| t Netherlands, and the Weft Indies. Price
Map of New Jersey—Hals a dollar.
VUp< of Vermont, Connefticur, Delaware,
.Georgia Price three eighths of a dollai
April 29. tuth&s3«r
Books by auction.
On Wednesday, Thurfdav, and Saturday
next, at four o'clock in the afternoon, at
J. Connelly's Au&ion Store,
No. 78, south FrontJlrut,
Will be continued the sale cf a valuable
Colle&ion of BOOKS,
Moltly new or in good condition, beginning
at No. 157 in the catalogue. °
They may be seen any day prior to the
sale from 10 till a o'clock, at No. 26, Spruce
street, where catalogues may be had and corn
millions received from any persons who can
not attend the sale.
Ma y *9 dts
In the Ship Edward, Capt. Crandon, from
St. Peterlburg in Kulfia,
And now landing at South-street Wharf, viz
Hemp, - '
AND FOR SALE BY ]
John DonnaUfon, \
No. ij, Walniit-ftreet.
March 4,1794- diwjtawtf
The Public are cautioned to I
beware of counterfeited Five Dollar Bills of j
the Bank of the United States, and Twenty |
Dollar Bills of the Bank of North America,
fe-veral of which have appeared in circulation
'within a few days pafl; they are a good ge
neral imitation of the genuine Bills, hut may
be dijlinguifhed by the following
Five lyollar Bills of the Bank of the
ALL that have appeared have the letter F
for their Alphabetical Mark.
The Texture of the Paper is thicker and
whiter and it takes the ink more freely than
the genuine paper.
The O. in the word Company is smaller
than the M. and other letters of that word,
so that a line extended from the top of the O,
to touch the top of the M would extend con
ftderably above the range of the whole word.
In the word United the letters are narrow
erand closer together than the reft ot the bill
The i and fin the word promise are not
parallel, the f inclining much more forward
than the i.
The engraving is badly execuied,the ftiokes
of all the Letters are stronger and the devi e
in the margin particularly is much coarier and
appears darker than in the true bills. Some
ot the counterfeits bear date in 1791—Where
as the Bank was not in operation till Decern
ber, and no five dollar bills were iiiued in
Twenty Dollar Bills of the Bank of North
ALL that have appeared have the letter
B for their alphabetical mark.
They are primed on a paper nearly similar
to that of the Couuterfeit Five Dollar Notes
above dcfcribed ; the engraving is better exe
ucted, and they approach nearer to the ap
pearance of the genuine bills.
The fine ruled lines through the word Twen
ty, in the body of the bill, are minimbei th r
teen in the genuine b lis, and but twelve in
The word Company is much like the fame
word in the Five Dollar Bills as defer ibed a
bovc, tfie 0 being lei's than the w, and others
There is no stroke to the / in the word North
whereas in the genuine bilis the stroke is well
The letters ent\n the word Twenty, to the
left hand at the bottom, do not. come down to
the line, but ate so cut as to give an irregular
appearance to the word, the Tiu and go
ing below them.
The ] Nixon, has the appear
ance of being written with lamb-black and
01, and differs jrom other inks ukd in
printing the bills and the calhiei's lignature.
It is fujjpoied thefc forgeiits were commuted
in tome of the Southern States, as all "the coun
terfeits thai have appeared, have come from
thence, and two have been appiehcnd
ed in Virginia, on (ulpiCion ot being ihe author
will be atty jPci ion or Pes ions wholhai
difcovei and profccute to conviction the ieveial
offenders of the following def r riptions or any
ot them. viz.
Ihe per (on or ptrfons, who manufactured
the paper on which the Bills are printed.
The person or perions, who engraved the
The printer or printers, ot the bills.
Kvery person who has adled as a principal in
any other way, in the counterfeiting anu utter
ing the laid bills.
Philadelphia, iMarch 28, 1794
April 22, 1794,
Other counterfeit bills
of die liank ol the United Stales have appeared
The denomination is of TWENTY DOL
LARS,and the alphabetical maik is the let
They may be diftingutlhed from the genu
ine by the following MARKS :
T he paper of the counterfeits is of a more
tend r texture and glofley furface than the
genuine, and tlieie is no water mark in them.
1 he letter (.. in the word Caftiier, in the
true bills is ftiongly mat kt d, whereas in th*
counterfeits, the whole letter is a fine hair
troke, evidently in an unfiniihed state. The
letter a in the word demand, is badly lornicri
and the whole word ill done, and thete is n»
comma at the end of it, as there is in the
I ma i r Blnal8 lnal device, is much daiker in
l' 6 n j' t la " ' n t ' le genuine bills owing to
.' e 13 e kes being coatler, much nearer
°g<. Ie and confecjuently much more nu
vie'w" 8 ' '" S rence ft' 'kes the eye at firft
nm'i IT 0 reward oi " °NE THOUSAND
nr „, , KS ' W, H Paid for apprehending, &'
L k j, g J° conviction the leveral above
the Offenders in refpeft to this* as to
the last delcribcd bills.
THOMAS WILLING, President
ot the Bjntt United Stales.
JOHN NIXON, Puhdent of the
Bank ot North Ameiica.
By order ot the Committees of the Res.
A large elegant House,
and Lot of Ground,
T Nan1 eligible fituation,—alio a Country Seat
, J"'"" 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of
and, cr 42 acres ot land and meadow, the
House s not exceeded by many in th.' vicinitv
< the city, in fizo, or couveniei ce.
1 or particulars apply to the printer.
Beef. Pork, and Butter.
BEEF, prime and cargo ot E'»d quality
PORK, prime and cargo of Uu.
> BURLING! ON PORK
' EU ITER, in firkins
i A CARGO OF
MAHO G A N
Landing at John Weft's Liuulier Yar<> „e.i
Pool's Bridg , from on board i i e Fan Aine: i
can, from rhr Bav of Hopdur.-s, a „^
3000 bushels of Good Wheat
FOR SALE BY
; JOHN SKYRIN,
No. 3J, No. Water Street.
r JVlay_is. dl
' A one handforrie volume, 12100. Price 5s
AND FOR SALE BY
t At Franklin's Head, No. 4 1, Chefuut
AN ESSAY ON THE
I Natural Equality of Men
1 On the Rights that result from it, and 011 'lie
2 Duties which it imposes.
* To which a MEDAL was adjudged, bv the
( Teylerian Society at Hairfem.
Correßed and Enlarged.
h By WILLIAM LAWRENCE BROWN
D. D. '
r Profeflor of Moral Philosophy, and the J, a , v
"I Nature, and of Ecclefiafl ical Hiftorj •
r and Minister of the Englifli Chinch at l!
5 tree lit.
Al'quid semper ad commmtm utilitatem af
The Firjl American Edition.
' I principle ot Equality, it' right- *
A ly undei stood, is the only balls 011 which
1 univerlal juflice, (acred o.der, and peiltot
freedom, cap be firmly bniit,and pernianuit
i lytecured. The vew of it exhibited in tliu
elf.iv, at the fame time that it r tpreli'es the
s insolence of office, the tvranny ol'p ide, a, ,1
the outrages of oppreffio,. ; cn««:,„t, , he
1 molt forcible manner, the iKO.fi.ity of fuboi-
I dinatioil, and the jult demands of lawful au
thority. So far indeed, from Uinfening the
" hands of (ociety, that it maintains inviolate,
> every natural and every civil difiinfti™,
draws niorij clolely every social tie, unitti in
one harmonious and jolllv P'.opo!'t fyf»
tern, and brings men together on the even
ground rtf the inherent rights of human na
ture, ot reciprocal obli a. ion, and cf a com
-1 mon relation to the community.
March 18. tut s
STATE ok SOUTH-CAROLINA.
In the House oj Rcprcfznta't ves,
WDfcCSMttf. ft 2 t it. 17QQ.
HEREAS the Comttvih uerA of public
Accounts, h .v. reported, that they c*to#.
not procr-cti ro-ttrr i n ot ihc i reiiurf
Accounts, rcipra.no ( ? ciaJ I.kK.us, without
knowing the oiiiftdndtug amount iluicol in cir
RefMed, Thai all holders of special Inrirnli
be directed, and req.imo, .... befole ihc Rill
day ol November n xi, 10 deliver the fprcial In.
dents in their poflVflion 10 one oi oilier ol the
ComniifTioneis of the Trea.uiy, who aretn give
rece.pts'for the f„me, and 10 rep 11 lotlaeCiim
m.moriers 011 nublic accounts. on or belote the
tenth day of November new, the amount by
then- respectively teceived, and aifn ,0 the Le
g'flarure, at iheit meeting in November next.'
and that ail special Indent* not rendend into
the Treasury as above, on or before 'he fid! day
Of Novembe, next, (hall be, apd the fame ate
Rcjotved, 1 hat public notice of this tefolution
be ffiveri in the Icveral Gazeitci in this State,
once every th.ee we. k«, until ,he fiilt day of
November ntxt. And iliat .he Delc. p atr>ofthi!
State in the Congrcfs of the United Sates.be te
quefted to caule this riloiutmo io be pnbMhcd
111 onr or more papers in the cities of Ph.ladil
phia and New-York, and mat provtfion will he
made for the expences attending fucb public)-
Ordered, That the resolution be frnt to the
Senate for their concurrence.
Bv "idcrof the Hoofr,
JOHN £AN 'OR O DART, C.H.R.
In the SENATE,
Deceubci ? 1 ft, 1793.
Refolvtd, That this (io.de do concur with the
Houic of Reprefcntative> in the toicgoing reso
Ordered, Thar tb- refoiutEons be fcnt to the
House ot Keprefentai ivi«.
by order of the Senate,
FtLIX WARLEY, Clerk.
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, WalUihect, Xem'-Youh
THE Su«>fctiber intending 10 cot fiac hrmfelf
entirely to the PI'KCHASE & SALE or
STOCKS on COMMISSION, t'gs leave to of
tii his fer vices to i»ts t nerd* *nA other*, it) ihc
line of a Stock Broker. Thrtf- Who may |Jeaf<
to favor him with their iutimciii,
upon having it traniafie-d wiih ibe u fide
lity and dilpaifh.
Orders from Philadelphia, or
other partof the Unued State;, Im Qrr&lj
attended to. LEOMAKD BLEtCKER
Printed by JOHN FEKNO, No J