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" [No. 140 of Vol. V.] Monday, May 26", 1 794. [Whole No. 556.]
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
Tor sale by
Gurney and Smith.
LANDING at Hamilton's wlraif, above
the ■ ou t • the Ihip Bacchus
Ctnt VaN"NI ma; *> t,om JAMAICA,
FOR SALE BY
M»y 16. **
innvf A 1 N 1 N G
Ship India's Cargo,
A fraall alTortmcnt of
BALE GOODS, :
ljofcrgs COTTON of good quality, which
woultl probably malic an excellent remit
tance to Europe, and a
Quantity of PEPPER
For Sale by
Who has also to d'tfpofe of
Barcelona Hand'fs. m boxes,
Holland Gin in cases,
Souchong, flyfon, and Tonkay Tea,
A quantity of Biimftone, &c.
Mav 10 r '.3 w
Dr. Moore's Journal in France,
This Day is pubtijhed,
Pcicc 61. Hitched, and 7/6 11ea.lv bound, by
H. & P. R I C E,
Booksellers, No. 50, Market street,
A Journal during a in France,
from [lie beginning of Anguft to the middle of
December 1792 ; To which is added, an ac
count of the noiF remai table events thar
happened at Paris, from that time to the death
of the late Knig of France.
/ By JOHN MOORE, M. D.
Mav 17 5 (
BY MATHEW CAREY, No. 118.
An Essay on Slavery,
Drfigned to exhibit in a new point of view
its effe&i 00 indujlryand the peace of
society. Some fa&s and calculations are offered
to prove the labor of Jreemen to be much more
produflive than that ot Jlaves ; that countries arc
rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring people enjoy the fruits of their own
labor; and hrncr ihc n ceffar v coaclufion, that
slavery ts impolitic a, well as unjujl.
Price 25 Cents. dtf
Congress of the United States,
In Senate, Tiiefaoy May 13 th, 1794.
ORDERED, thar Rtifnt Putnam, Manaf
fah Cutler, Robert Oliver and Griffin i
do, upon the third Monday of Decern- |
ber next, fhe\r cnufe to the Senate, why lb
much ©f tlk* giants of land to them the said
Rufus Putnam, Manaffab Cutler, Robert
Oliver and Griffin Green, pursuant to an Ast
entitled <4 An ast authorizing the grant and
conveyance of certain lands to the Ohio Com
pany of afTociates," fliall not be declared
void, as may interfere with and be fufficient
to fuisfy the claims of the Frenth settlers
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy of
the above order to Rufus Putnam, Manaflah
Cutler, Rohert Oliver, or Griffin Green, and
the publication of the fame, one <Tionth, in
one of iht Gazettes printed in this City, shall
be deemrd fufficient, notice thereof.
Extra# frqm the Journals of Senate.
SAM. A. OTIS, secretary.
Mav 14.. tm.
THE Sublcriber having enterti! into Co*
partnerfliip with Mr. John Bartholomew in
the of Sugar Refining, will dispose
Remaining Stock on hand
Silver, Plated, & Japan Wares,
Plated Coach & Saddle
Furniture, &c. &c.
By Wholesale at Prime Cojl for Cafb.
No. 22, North 3d street.
, ■ April I. tuth&:s6w
NOW lying at Jefle and Robert Wain's
wharf, to fail with all convenient For
freight or paflaee, apply to
JOHN FIELD & SON,
JESSE' & ROBERT IVALN.
.L,lqyd Wharton, Matter.
SHE is intended to fail with the firft veffclt.
and can accommodate a few paffenge; s very
■well. For terms apply to the Captain, or
WHARTON & GREEVES.
May 19. '-'it
For Sale or Charter,
(An American bottom)
- John Moore, Majier.
. IS a stout good velTil, about two vein's old ?
burthen 232 ton??, has only made three voy-
and may be ent to sea at a fm*<l e.v
pence. She .may be lepn at Vine-itieec i>vjjiart,
and the terms made known by to
WHARTON". Sr LEWIS.
For Frederickftmrgh and tal
Will fail on WtDNESDAI' "ext. For f.eight
or palTige apply 10 the Mailer on b aid, al
JOHN WALN's Wharf, or
WHO HAS FOR .SALE
The Cargo ofjaid Veffel —Coiiftjlir.g of
DEER SKINS, fee.
May 17 (i -
For Sale or Charter,
Burthen 1000 barrels.
itiu >. - 11..U1.U11 f'ft failing new vefl'.l.well
found, and ready for any voyage, either t«
Europe, or the Weft "Indies* for terms ap-
P yl ° DEBLOIS & BRECK.
At their store, bttween Wainut and Cuefnni
May 23 . d
THIS inftituiion is now open for 1 ,e iec«p
tidnof lludents undeithe intnudiate care i
Mr. Caleb RulTell, whose abilities as an in
ftruftor, and attachment to the business have
; long been known and approved. He has un
der him the bell alfilUnts in the different
branches—The fcliolars are taught the Ell
- French, Laiin, and Griek languages,
Public-Speaking, Writing, Arithmetic, Geo
graphy, Astronomy, and the various branch
I es ol the Mathematics. The healthy iicua
tion of this place is fiich as to recommend it
to those, who wiflt to have their cktfdren in
t the country. Boarding, waflting, mending,
s &c. will be provided in good families, and
the morals of the scholars carefully attended
1 The price including tuition, firewood, See..
[ eexcluftvc of the French language) will -not
i xceed thirty pounds proclamation money per
| annum) an addition ol three dollars per quar
ter will be made to fuel) scholars who are
tEught the French language. The Dirc&ors
ar edetermined to pay fucli attention to this
inltitution, as will render it refpeftable and
GABRIEL H. FORD,
TIMOTHY JOHNS, jun. C Dili's
NATHAN FORD, 5
, Mot r.liown, May 15, 1794
In hogiheads and in cases of 50 boules each.
A few cases Champaigne Wine;
In pipes, bogftieads and quarter casks,
FOR SALE BY
No. in, South Front llreet.
Jan. 2,1794. dtf
In tht fiiip-Abigail, Captain Horton, from St.
Pet ay burgh in Kuffia, and no-w landing at
i . RaVENS DUCK,
And for idle at tne ttoresof the fubfciiber in
Walnut ftieet, No. 22.
April 4. uiw w&>ti
To be Let,
For Merchants Compting Houses or Public
Two brick 3 story Houses,
HAVINt; btooiils in eatti, wiih lire places
befirte garreis, fnuate on the south wt fterly fide
of Duck ltieet, between Pear and Walnut
BENJAMIN U'. MORRIS.
April 17. tuih&stt
Scheme of a Lottery,
T0 raise 39,900 Dollars, on 166,000
Dotlars, deduSitg 15 per Cent, from
the Priz.es—this Lottery conjijts of.
38,000 Tickets, in which there are
14,539 Prizes and 23,461 Blanks,
being about one-and an half Blanks to a
THE Dittfloip of the Society for cftablifhing
Ulelul Manuitifluref, having relolvpd to
erect LC) HEiUES tor faiftng On tHu»»K'iD
Thousand Dollars, agreeably to an Att of
the Legifl.ture ol the State ol New-Jetfey, have
appointed the billowing per lont 10 iuperintend
and direfct the drawing ol the laine, viz. Nieho.
las Low, Rufu's Kii)g, Herman Le Roy; James
Watfoii, Richard Hamfon, Atnjali Hammond,
and Cornelius Ray, ol the city o( New-York—
Tliomat Willing, Joleph Ball, Matrticw M'Con- '
nei and Andrew Bayaid, o( the city ol Phila
■ldphia—His ExcellcHty Richaid Howell, Elq.
Klias Bond mm, general El as Dayion, Jam s
Pai ker, John Bay»id, D.>tt»r Ltwis Doi.iiam,
i.ainu. 1 W. Stockton, Jolhua M. Wallace, Joseph
oloomfieid, anti Eliilia Boudinoi, of Niw-jcr
ey, who ortei the following Scheme ol a Lot
■ rry, and pWrlge-'themfelvis Co tne public, that
they will uk> every affuraiice and precaution in
theil" power 10 have tlie Monies paid by the
Manager-, from tiivf to time, ab received, into
liic Banks at New-Yoikand Philadelphia, 10
remain for the puipoleof paying Prix s, which
ihall be iinmrdiaely discharged by a check
,10011 one of Ihe Banks.
x Prize of 20,000 Dol,-I, is 2©,000
j 10,000 10,000
2 5»ooo 10,000
10 i,coo 10,000
20 500 ir.,000
100 100 10,000
300 5° 15'°°°
1000 20 fio,ooo
2000 15 30,000
3000 12 36,000
8100 10 81,000
14,530 Prizes.c; 262,000
23,461 Blanks. First drawn ntimber,' 2,000
Lalldrawn number, 2,000
38,000 Tickets at 7 is 266.000
The drawing will commence, under thein
fpethon ot a Committee of the Super attendants,
as (oon as the Tickets are fold, o| ; which timely
notice will be given.
The Superintendants have appointed John N.
Camming, ot Newark, Jacob R. Harclenberge
of New-Brunfwick, and Jonathan Rhea, of
Trenton, as immediate Managers theieot, who
have given ample fecuiity tor difchaigirig the
truil tepofed in them.
\£T In order to fecurethe punctual payment
of the Prizes, the Superintendants of the Lottery
have directed that tne Manageis ihall each enter
into bbnds in 4C,000 dollars, with tour fufficient
fecuripi s, to perform their inftiu£tions, tbe sub-»-
I. That whenever either of the Managers
(hall receivethe turn of Three Hundred Dollars,
he (hall imfndiately place the fame in orte of the
Batiks ot New-York or Philadelphia, to the
credit,ot the Governor of the Society, and Inch
of the Supcrmiendatus as live in the city where
the monies are placed, to remain there until the
Lottery is drawn', lor thepaymntol the Prizes.
11. The Managers to take fufikient ieeunty
for any Ticket? they may trust, ottaerwile to be
retponublc tor i hem.
111. To keep regular books of Tickets fold,
Monies received and paid into the Hank, ab
ftr;t£ls*ol whidh (hall be sent, monthly, to the
Governor ol the Society.,
Pattrfon, January 1, 1794.
On application to cither of the above gentle
mrii. information will toe given where tickets
may be had.
February 24. " "tu&ftf.
'From a Landau Paper, of the I2tb Dc
' cemiei- l
A Child of three years old, 1:1 the
confluent fmall-pcix, breathing labonoiifly,
extremely' reltltl's. and the pirftules almoit
unfverfafty exhibiting a deadly whtfeftHs,
v.-as lately happily reUovedrby-tlie applica
tion of a large piece of leather on the ftb
niach, covered with ungiimtum hydrqrgjri
fortius, which was by mistake applied 1
lriftcad of the nuttus, prescribed by a*phy
fician. In a few hours the breathing
foftfched, arid reftlefTnefs subsided; and the
pn (titles difcrivered a disposition to suppu
rate benignly. This cafe has been corifi
dered of such consequence, that an ac
count of it has been published.
From an Englijh Paper.
A REMARKABLE PROPHECY.
Prediction of St. Cefaire, Bishop of Ailis,
in theyear 543, taken from a book in titled
LIBER JVBRABILI3, printed in Gothic
chara&ers, and deposited in the Royal Li
brary at Pars.
" The Adminifirators of this kingdom
(France) ifcall be so blinded, that they flijll
leave ic without defenders—the hand of God
/hall extend itfelf over them, and over all the
rich.—All the Nobles thai! be deprived of
ella'tes and dignity. A diyition thall fprirtg
up in the Church of God, and there fhail be
two husbands, the one true, and the other
adulterous. The legitimate husband Shall be
put to flight, there (hall be a great carriage,
and as great effctfton of blood as in the time
of the Gentiles. The universal Church and
the whole world, ffrall deplore the ruin and
dellruftion of a most celebrated city, the
capital and mistress of Fiance. The Al
tars of the Temples shall be deflroyed ;
the holy virgins outraged, (hall fly from
their monaftcries. The church pastors
(hall be driven from their feats, and the
whole church (hall be dripped of her tem
poral goods—but at length the Black Ea
gle and the Lion (hall appear, hovering
fro/n far countries.
" Mtfeiy to thee, O City of Optionee !
thou (h?lt at the firft rejoice, but thy end *
shall come—Misery to tht'e, O City of
Philosophy ! Thou (halt be fubjefted !
" A captive King humbled, even to
confufion ; but shall at last receive his
Crown, and shall destroy the children of
Congress of the United States.
Tuesday, May 13.
The Senate proceeded to consider the
report of the committee, to whom was re
ferred the bill for the relief of the French
inhabitants of GallioJjolhs, and the report
being amended, was agreed to, arid it was
Ordered, That Riifns Putnam, Manaf
fah Cutler, Robert. Oliver, and Griffi-
Green, do, upon the third Monday of
December next, shew cauf? to the Senate,®
why so much of the grants bf land 'to
them the said Rufus Ptltnam, Mana(faH
Cutler, Robert Oliver and Griffin Green,
purfiiant to an ast, entitled, " as ast au
thorizing the grant and conveyance df
certain lands to the Ohio Company of As
sociates," (hall not be declared void, as
may Interfere with, and be fufficient to fa
tisfy the claims of the French settlers of
Ordered, that the delivery of a copy
of the above order to Rufus Putnam,
Manaflah Cutler, Robert Oliver or Grif
fin Green, and the publication of the fame,
one month,in one of the Gazettes printed
in this city, shall be deemed fufficient no
A me(Tage from the President of the
United States by Mr. Dandridge his Se
Mr. President—The President of the
17 nited States hath this day,approved arid
signed, " An ast to erect a light house on
the head land of Cape Hattcfas; and a