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    of the Unto States', & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
Number 1190.]
For Sale or Charter,
BURTHEN about 1000 Bbls. of flour—flie may be fcnt '
to sea at a fault eipence, Her fails and rigging befog la 1
very gooi order—apply to \
James Campbell, or
. ... -.Sirl..- George Latimer.
A pril, Ms. .. ,
Snow Hebe.
The Snow JiEBE, (
A faithful Philadelphia built veflel, c4f»
ries 1,3000 bu(hel« of grain or a6oo barrets flour, is rea*
dv to take in a cargo. She is about four years old.
Who has for sale,
Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, and Pimento.
June 6 2L !
For Cadiz, ,
ITo fail on or abont the 15th inft. from i
The (hip Hazen, 1
Escelleut accommodations for PaJingew. For passage
only apply to Miller and Hoope, at New-York; or to
ihe Printer hereof. [|une IJ. tjw]
For Sate at AuEl 'toh,
ON Thursday, the 30th inft. at 7 o'clock, at thl Mer
chants' Coffee-Hoofed
ysr Tie Schooner
Polly & Sally,
BTTttTHEN 7710111, well found, and may
be Teen at the wharf of Messrs. Jeffe & Robert Wain—
The terms of payment will be one half «f the pirchafe
inoney at 60 days, and the remainder at 90 days, in ap
proved notes,
Footman Es 5 Co. Auctioneers.
S, June 2i §
* THEOargo of the ship Catharine, John Farraday,maf
t«r, from Hifpaniola,-at the wharf of Messrs. Jeffe ARo
tot W»ln,
Consisting of
156 Hogsheads of SUGAR
Si Hogsheads") COFFEE ,
»c 8 Bags J
44 Hhds.of Clarified MOLASSES
71 Bales of Cotton
.-CI i»~ AtSO TOIL SAL*,
The said fti P>
BURTHEN about 14 or 4500 barrels—
rpl Strong, well found, and may be sent to
at a small expense. Apply to
John Craig.
Jane iT-.r . .•-r— §
United states, ) /r
Pennsylvania District, ) ,
Notice it hereby given,
That in pwfuance of a Writ to me dife&od, from the
honorable Richard Peters, EsqUire, Ji>dge of the
Diftrift Court of the United States in and for the Penn
sylvania DiftriA, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the
Merchants' Coffee-Houfe, in the city of Philadelphia, on
Tuesday the sth day of July next, at'ia o'clock at noon,
The Schoontr or vessel called the
all and lingular her tackle, &C. The
fame having been condemned within said court for the
payment of Mariners' wages, &c.
William Nichols, Marjbal.
Marshal's Office 1 »l—S
For Hamburg,
Thomas W. Ncrmak, Commander^
• iV remarks We fine, fact-failing (hip, with excellent ,
njodations for paifengers. A confiderablepirt[«f |
engaged and ready to go oo board, and is expelled to fail in
10 days. For bright or passage, apply to tbt captain on
board) the lower fide of WaJnuuftreet wharf, or to
Peter Kuhn.
June >8
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
public that he has.removed his office to his house No.
Chefhui Street, next door to his former residence, where,
every Buhnefs in the line of a BfcoKER, are faithfutly tranf-
; Money procured to any amount at a moment'r notice
WILL be kept a numerical book of the drawings of all
tbe Lotteries now extant —For the purchase of Tickets, infor
mation will be given asufual. Canal Tickets ia the second
Class a»e now for lale. From every information received,
"VfaflringtoQ Lottery will absolutely commence in a few days.
Jwne 24 d.t.f.
" Mr. FR A N CI S,
[Of the New Theatre)
TAKES this opportunity of returning thanks to his
scholars and to the public. Ms. Francis intends,
•n Ms return from Maryland, to open a public aca
demy for dancing, upon a plan entirely new. He
flatters himl'elf that his attention to his pupils hi
therto renders any promises of conducing his future
fifhemes on the molt liberal and ftri<Seft terms, of pro
priety, totally tinncceflary.
N. B. Private tuition as usual.
Ready furniftied, for three or four months, certain,
A GENTEEL three story brick house, No. 7c,
North Eighth-street. For terms enquire of
Mr. Francis as above.
Jime »8. dtf.
This Day, at Willing* & Francis's wharf, from|the Brandy
wine Miller,
-A cargo of Rum & Sugar
from St. Croix.
Fqr Sale by
John Nixon & Co.
June *3
Take Notice,
' I 'HAT the Subscriber intends to ma*« applies- 1
X tion for the renewal of a Certificate, No. 1609, -
for 4000 dollars, dated the 14th December, 1795, bearing
interest at s per cent, from id January, 1796, in the
name of David Dunderdale St Co. of Lteds, in York
shire, merchants. The fame isfappofed to have been Mil
on its way to New York, tinder cover to Blaecker Sc
March, of that place, on the 6th of January last-
Thomas M'Euen.
Philadelphia, 52d June, j
y—■ 1
Wanted, <
A YOUTH of frtrh 11 r to 15 yean of «gt, bf refpcflable
chara&er and coone&ioas, as M Apprentice to the Mcr
oantile bufmefs.
Apttly to the
J""' -8 11 :
THE Members of this State Society are hereby notified
that their Anniverfiry Meeting, for the purpose of rle£U
ing Officers of the Society, and tranfa£ting such other bufl
nefs as may come before them, will be held on the 4th day of
July next, in the State House, at to ©'Clock in the morning :
where their punctual attendince is teqnefted. After the bu
siness is finilhed, the Society will adjourn to Mr. O'Ellers
Motel, in orderto celebrate the birth-day of our F»tt»oM
and Independence. The dinner will be on the table at
3 o'Clock. The Members of the other State Societies of the
Cincinnati, who may be in this city on that day, are particu
larly invited to join in celebrating it.
fly order of the Handing Commute,
June 14 .
A small Invoice
PER the ship Harriet, capt. Thomas W. Norman, from
Hamburgh, ctnfifting of
Ravens Duck,
Datruflc and } Tablc Clothl
Diaper J
Holland Linen
Cambrics, See.
Gold and silver Watches.
Which will be difpefed of together or by the package.
Apply to
Isaac Harvey, jutt.
No. 5 South Water Street,
June is §3W
JUNE >sth, between Shippenand Market streets, a red
IVOROCCO POCKET BOOK, containing a Check
on the Bank of thfe United States, drawn by Peter and
Henry Miercken in favor of Mr. R. Potter, for 1,005 dol
' lar», and seVeral notes of hand past due ; together with a
share in the New Theatre, and ftveral other papers of no
consequence but to the owner.
Whoever will bring it to No. 136 Market street, shall
feccive the above reward.
N.B. Payment of theCheekis flopped at the Bank.
June if. 5
Sales of India Goods.
The Cargo of theftip Ganges, capt. Tingcy, from Cal
cutta and Bengal,
consisting or
A Large atld general assortment of Bengal and Madras
A variety fine worked and plain Mujlins,
Doreas, &c. Alio,
A Quantity of Excellent Sugflr,
In bo*«s and bags—and BLACK PEPPER.
J 7 or Sale by
Willings Francis,
No. 11 Penn Street.
June 8 _ . §
Fifty Dollars Reward.
THE last evening, between 5 and y o'clock, a 'large Red
MOROCCO DOCKET-BOOK, containing 10 or 30
Notes of Hand (inclosed in a Parchfnent) to a considerable a
mount. sundry papers, Certificates "of 6 per cent,
(frock, a deed of a house and lot In Middletown, Stc. See.See.
The above reward will be paid on delivering the fame to
the Printer hereof. As it it ot great consequence to the owu- j
cr, it is hoped it will not be withheld.
The piyrtientof the Notes it (lopped.
June tg
New Hat and Hosiery-store,
No. 134 Mztkct-flreet,
Third door from tile corner of Fourth* south fide
Men's Black American and Englilh HAT 6, of various qui*
lities and prices
Dittp Drabs and Green uoders
Ladies' ditto, black, and a large afTortitient of fancy do.
Coloured Bravcrs, With a great variety of elegant and
fafhionable Trimmings
Youths Black and Drab-coloured do.
Children's fancy do
All kinds of Silk, Silk & Cotton* Cottoii & Thread IiOSE
Knit, coloured Pantaloons
Do, Drawers
Do. Breeches Patterns
Silk Gloves
Knotted, coloured do. Cotton
A quantity of Mending Cotton, fofted colours.
(The Hats finilhed in the newest fafhion.
June 27. eoirii
Rofs & Simfon,
Have for. sale,
French Checks
Printed CottoflS
Table Cloths and Napkin* ,
Nankeens of an excellent quality pet the package, fit
for the Weft India market, and entitled to the Drawback
Grey Ginger in bags
Superior old Sherry in quarter calks
A few pip«s and quarter caflcs Lisbon Wines
June 11
For sale by the fubferibers,
130 quarter Cherts frefh Hyson Tel;
100 ditto do. frefh Souchong Teij
300 Boxes China, Containiftg small tea setts of 4»
400 pieces Bandanoes.
Willing is? Francis.
January 1 3taw.
Notice to Claimants
Appointed by tbi Merchants of this City, ivbo are fuf
ferers try Bntijh captures,
THAT every Claimant who has not already exhibited
well authenticated proofs of his property, furnilh, (
Without delay, proof that the property claiitted is bona
fide American, of its coll or value at the plaw of expor
tation, and at the place to which it was destined, here
that can be done) and the freight payable or customary,
at the time «f exportation, for like good* and voyages.
When the claim is for vessel, to fpecify the toflnage, age,
where built, and the a>fbual cofl or value.
These documents ought to be proved by Oath, or affirm
ation, of the party claiming, made and certified bv a ma
gistrate or notary public, and corroborated by i'ucli other
testimony, as the nature of the cafe will admit.
Sueh of them as are handed to the Committee, will be
forwarded to the Conrtniflionens appointed on the part of -
the United States, to adjust the Claims of American
Citizens. \
of the Committee.
PbiladelnMa, t& June, d^w
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by,the latest arrivals from Europe and
the F.aft Indies, a Well feleficd alTortnJent of Silk
Merccry, Linen Drapery and Haberdalhery Goods; which
he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, On the lowed terms )
Some fine India muslins emoroidered with gold and ClVer
Superfine Book, Jaconet, aad Mulmul ditto
Do tla do do Handkerchiefs
Some extra black taffetioS,luteftrtngs and colored Pet Cans
Bartdano Handkerchiefs
Long and Ihort Nankeens
Snglilh Mantuas of the £if ft quality
Damalk table linen and napkins, very fine
Siik Hosiery, an elegant affortm«nt
Thead and cotton do
UmbrePias—-green fillt, oil'ddo. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
Irish Ijinens, do. &c. Ac. June t4 §
A Genteel family wish. to rent a COUN 1 Y SEATi
in an agreeable fituatioti, within a few miles of
Philadelphia. If furniflicd, it would be more agreea
Apply personally or by letter to Mr. Taylor, at Dr.
Yeatman's, No. aij, South second ft(eet, corner of
Second street- June A. $
Just Arrived,
In the Snow Boston, James Kirkpatrick,mafter from Li
50co Bu(h®U SAIjT j
100 Crates QUEENS WARE ; ami
An AfTortment of SHIP CHANDLEUY)
On board, at Pine-street wharf. to
fames Campbell, or
George Latimer.
April in. S
For SaL&—--
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and TSt;ln Chefmit
street/ between Fruntand Seco".d streets, in which
Messrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and
now dp) carried on bryfinefs.
PofiefTion n*ill te giverl in one month, or foonef.
For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, pr
April 21. .$
Samuel Richardet,
RESPECTFULLY informs the Gentlemen
Merchant), that he has this day opened the CITY
city of Philadelphia:
The Subscription Roottt will he furnifhed with all the
daily papers published in Philadelphia, New-York, Bos
ton, Baltimore, together with those of the principal com
mercial citits of Europe—They will be regularly filed
and none permitted tobe taken a way on any account.
Tea, Coffee, Soupes, Jellies, Ice Creams, and a variety
of Frcflch Liquors; .together with the usual refrefhments,
will at all times be procured at the b*ri
Gentlemen may depend on being "accommodated with
the choicest of Wines, Spirituous Liquors, and the most
approved Malt Liquors from London and other breweries.
The Larder will be supplied with the prime and earliest
productions of tho Seatbn.
Large and 1 small Parties, or fiilgle Gentlemen,, ihay be
accommodated Dinners, or Suppers, at
hours most convenient to thcmfelves—a cold Collation is
regularly h«pt for conveniency, the Bill of Fare to be had
at the-bar.
The Lodging Rooms Will be completely furniffied, ahd
the ntmoft attention paid to eleanlinefs, and every other
SAntuiL RichaHiet\Vill behappy to receive,-atld
execute the commands of his Friends, and the Public at
large' and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himfelf that nothing ou his part (hall be wanting to pre
fervethat patronage with whieh he has been to diftinguilh
ingly fionored.
Philadelphia, April 19. , . §
A LARGE Commodious dwelling House, No. 124
Spruce street, with a convenient stable and Coach,
Heufe,—Affo for sale a Chariot but little the worse for
use. _ June a- eotl
George DOBSON,
BECS lfrave to inform the Storc-Kccpers in Town and
Country, that ke has removed from Market-Street to
N O, 25, south Third-'ftreet,
whettf he i* opening a Large and Elegant Affortmfcnt df thfe
undermemioned articles—viz.
Superfine London Cloths and Kcrfeymcre«|
Yorkshire second l)o. Do..
El?rtic do. do.
Mix'd and Biue Coatings
FlannelU, &tc.
Manchester Printed Callicoel,
London (jhinti ditto,
Blue and ditto Furnitures,
India ditto,
Long Cloths, Coffaes, flaftas, Battilias& Conjevrettts,
4"4 9"® Superfine India Book MwHio*,
4-4 and 9-8 India Book Handkerchief*,
4-4 and 9-8 Scotch ditto,
4-4 &6-4 plain do. Muffins,
4-4 & 6-4 BritiHi Jaconets,
6-4 Briti(h Checks and Strip?#,
4-4 India do» do. do.
4*4 ditto Chilloes, Madras Handkerchief*, See.
A large atTortißcnt of figur'd and ptain Muflinets,
Quilting*, Dimities* and Striped Nawkeens,
Fancy Vt r aillcoatings,
Ginohams of the hrft Quality, fubje£l to Drawback,
India Nankeens, t
Men's White And coloured Si k Hocking.*.
May 9
By the Brig Welcome Return, s\ j ,
27 Bales COTTON.
JtSy the Schooner Abigail, from j
too Casks PlrjKid RICE. i
An 3, it the jfohn, Jrcm So/lon, -y
SEWING-SILRS, various colours, .
COSSAHS. ?.tk} India. BiVidirin'o liandkclifsi
Frtr Sate by
N. St |» Erazier,
jS'o. 9;> South Ffont ftreep
Whc hitvt dipt on hand, and for Bah,
Prime Boston B££F> iu barreli,
feSg 1 I WINES,
Carolina INDIGO, &c. &C.
May 31 rtiw&fiift
- -■•■»- •- -
A Small ifocice of
Fo Stile ■, by.
N<k 9J, SoUth FrOnt-Slrcet.
June 18 2\V*ta~V '
" ■ M-. ... 1 I r. u.. ... . i
F 0 R SA L E,
A very Valuable Eft ate;
Called riV tttl nh am, muwc I%#.
fcownlhip of Upper Defbyi anil county of Delgwv
* 1-2 miles fiotn Philadelphia, and half a mile from ;
.new Weflerh road 1 containing 136 acres of ext*;llei',tiiti
45 of which are ge»d watered meadow, 90 tVs priirv « hoji*
land, and the reft arable of the firft quality. There are
on tile premlfes a good two story brick house, with 4 rooms
on a fiortr, and cellars ilnder the whole, with a ptivYip-wr!l
of excellent in front; a large frame barb, lul.Vs,
ahd other convenient builtlilrtgg ; a smoke-house and (tone,
spring-house ; two good apple orchards, and one of peach
es. The fields are all ih clciver, except those immediately
under tillage, arid are so laid out as to have the advantage
of water in each of them, which renders it peculiarly con*
venient for grazing.
The filiation is plcafant and health;', and from the high
eultivntibtj of the land, the good.neighbourhood, and thfi
Vicinity to the city, jt is very fuitabie far a gentleman'*
country feat.
The foregoing is part of the estate of Jacob Herman,
deceased, and offered for sale by
Mordecai Lewis,
OA. 9. eo.~] Surviving Executor.
China Goods.
TH E Ship Atlantic-, Silas S'-tvaine t Cotntnanncj*f
'from Canton, will commence the- discharge of httf
cargo to-morrow morning at WulnuNftteet wharfl!
Co nfifiing of
Yellow and white Nankeens of excellent quality
Perlian Tafietics, black and coloured
Lu firings, do: do.
Sattins black of various qualities
Sewirieiilks in alTortcd colour!
Vermillion In boxes
Caflia in chefls
Quicksilver in jars
Soh® a,
Young hyson } I'rein leas.
CHINA WAREj ornartiental, with Table ahd "fel
Sets generally aflbrted.
WHITE SUCSA.RS, and a quantity of
First quality Bengal SALT PETRE.
For Sale -ty
Philip Nicklin & Co.
April 8i
For publifeing by Subscription, that celebrated Work,
Godwin's Political JuftiCe.
fidm the lift London Edition*
T: t. a m j:
t. It will be publilhed itt. tw& large volumes, duodecimo*
U. Price to Stlbfttibers, two doilarsj handsomely bound,
to be paid ufl delivery of the work,
HI. As feea a»a number bf Subfcrll>?rs appear, fufß»
cient to defray the expence, if shall be put to prtfs.
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The follow ilia; Character of this Work
it ettraiftcd ftom the" Monthly Review, p. 311, 31a, sos
March, 1793.
" We have rid fniatl degree of pleasure in announcing
thd present work to ouf readers ; as one from tba
freedom of its enquiry, the gtaridetir of its vie W», and the
fortitude of its principle*, is eminently defetving of atten
tion. By this culoglum, we would by no means be under
stood to fubferibe to all the principles which these volumes
contain. Knowledge is not yet arrived at that degree of
Certainty which is requisite, for any two men to think a
like on all fuhje<fts; neither has language attained
firtent accuracy, which can enable them to convey their
thoughts, even when they do thinkalike, in a mannerper
-1 fe&ly corredt and intelligible to both. These difficulties
are only to be overcome by a patient, incessant, and bene
volent inveftigatien.
" Many of the opinions which this Work contains, are
bold', some of them are novel; and some doubtless are er
roneous :—but that Which ought to endear it even to those
whose principles it may offend, is the strength of argu
ment adduced in it to proife, that peace and order most ef
fectually promote thehappinefs after which political re
formers are parting ; —that as the prbgrefs of knowledge
is gradual, political reform ought not to be precipitate ; —
and that convulsiVe violence is dangerous not only to indi
viduals (for that rcfult comparatively would be of smalt
account) but to the general cause of truth. It ii the op
posite of this principle that infpirti the enemies.of politic
al enquiry with so much terror 5 it is the Tuppofition that
change must inevitably be attended by the turbslence and
injustice of commotion; and that innovation cannot be
made without the intervention df evils more deftru&ivc
than thole which ate intended to be reformed. Under the
cor.vidion of this philanthropic fentlment, of calm and
gradual reform, (which in its proper place he has fully il- 1
luftratfcd) Mr. Godwin proceeds withont scruple firft to en
quire into present evil, through its effc&tial branches, and
next to demonflrate future good.
'' Dividing his work into eight books, and making I-he
the firft, he begins by an attempt to prove th/ omnipo
tence of government ovet the moral habits of mankind ;
and that on these moral habits their wisdom, virtue and
felicity depend/'
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