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    oft Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
, rl j> " SATURDAY EVENING* fULT q, [Volvmc X.
M-wrm 1196.3 s ( — rrrr.— —
CjkL For Sale,
(♦ ?♦} (On a liberal, credit) JL
VV;- The fad failing copper-bottomed BRIG for
Safe-''2 Amiable Mati.da, mte,
IN compleat order for sea, with a ircigl4 0,. nan,
, - SAMUEL oMITH, aroicr, imri
T') ,u § .on 1
J"'y 7- M»
For Sale,
m faft '" about f" r *r^'v ht IR
1 be made a Packet of at a small expenfc,—wants ye- J V
rylittle to be fated for a Welt-Ihdia voyage Apply to abo
Samuel Breck, jun.
Rofs's Wharf. f nla
Jtfirrt may he had, a few cloa
French Silks and id quality French g
July 7 .
. The Bchooner
mjzm, Stephen Curtis, tnafter, I
AN exceeding good vefTel, will -fail in
the course of ten days. For freight er passage apply to
the matter on hoard, at Chefnut-ftreet wharf, or to
July 5. * lw
For Sale or Charter,
2009 Bbls. of floor—lhe may be fert
to lea at a small cxpence', her fails aiHf*frigging being i-1
«ry«oodordw— IT , „
Jantes Camp be'l, or -
George Latimer.
April, »9- $
Snow Hebe. J
ThC S "° W " U£ ' lar
A faithful Philadelphia buik veflel, car-
wei 1,3000 bushels of grain or 2600 barrels flour, it rea
dy to take in a cargo. She is about yearaoid.
7 Apply to PETi-R BLIGHT.
Who has for sale,
Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, and Pimento.
June 6 t0 "
THE Oargo of the (hip Catharine, John Farraday, mas f
ter, from Hifpaniola, at the wharf of Messrs. Jeffs & fto L
bert Wain, .
Consisting of ' "
Hog&eads of SUGAR
51 Hogfticads*) cof?FEE
2cß Baq;s j
44 Hhd«.of Clarified MOLASSES
72 Bales of Cotton
also ro* »Ate,
The said ship,
BURTHEN about 24 or 2500 barrels— _
Strong, well found, and may be sent to
at a small expeofe. Apply to
John Craig'.
June It' ■ , ■ -jT. - M
jggkn For Hamburg, Ni
Thomas W. Ncrman, Commander,
A remarkable fine, fad-failing lhip, 'with excellent accorn- Cf
modat ions for passengers. A considerable pa-rt'of
engaged and ready to go on board, and is expe&ed to fail in
10 days, for freight or passage, apply to the captain on ~~
board, the lower fide of Vvalr.ut-ftreet wharf, or to >i
Peter Kuhn.
Jttne aS
' Mr. F k ANCIS,
{Of the New Theatre)
TAKES this opportunity of returning thanks to his
scholars and to the public. Mr. Francis intends, lii
on his return from Maryland, to open a public aca
demy for dancing, upon, a Jijan .entirely new. He
flatters himlelftlnt Bis attention to fiir pupiirnr-
thfto renders any promises of conducing his future
schemes on the mnu liberal and flrifleft terms, of pro
priety, totally unneceflary.
N. B. Private t,uition as ufuil.
THE unexpirsd time of a MULATTO BOY, who has
several years to serve, and be Avcll recommend
«d for honesty and fobri ty. Enquire of the Prip-ter.
J»ly 7- §' w
'"wenty Dollars Reward.
' awav frr.m the SabTcriber, living near Haniiburgh,
. oiio-v of Dauphin, and Stateof Pennsylvania, on Sun
n A NFGRO MAN, namfd SAM, about 17 Or
10 v sos ase, 5 fecr, 7or 8 inches high ; no particular
4:but »pt «o look down when charged with a fault. Mad
e I took awyy* a home-madr cloth coat,, and overalis of
"i ue, ftriptd jean jacket, fell hat, alraoft new, calf skin
and white ftiirt.
Ine abr>Ve teward will be paid to any person who will fe
•cure said negro in any goal, so that his maftcr may hear of
the fame, and teafonablc charges paid, x if brought home to
June 29 *eodiw
The corner of Market and Third-streets, Philadelphia;
MOST refpeftfully informs his friends and the public,
that he has received, per the last arrivals, a com
plete and general assortment ofalmoft
Every Article in his Line;
Immediately from the manufactures of Londofe, Bir
mingham, and Sheffield, all of whieK are of the newest
falbion, and w*ill be fold, wholefalc and retail, on the .aw
eft terms, and the Notes of Mr. Robert Morris, and Mr. .
JohnNicholfon received in payment at their current value,
N. B. The upper part of theHoufe in which he now
, lives to be let, fr.rniftied or unfurnilhed. law
"WWARirSTOW, jun.
HA 5 moved his accompting house from No. 4, South
Water-fireet, to 76, North Front ftriet.
S' w
Take Notice,
THAT the Subscriber intends to maice applica
tion for tfa renewal of a Certificate, No. 1609, T
for 4000 HoU irn, dated the 14th Detembrr, 1795, bearing j
inte*ft at s£p< .- cent Iroia ill January, 1796, ii» the *
- name of David rdale & Co. of Loeds, in V*ik- '
Ihire, merchaiits. Tl»e fame iifappofed to have been loft
j on i'.jwiv to New York, under cover to Blee«k«r &
March, of thatplacc, on the 6th tf January last-
Thoma# M'Euen.
Philadelphia, aldjuoc, 1796.
t TJ AN away from the TuWcriber living near Church
- I IV Hill, Qu-en « nns County in the State of Maryland*
1 about the tirlt of Jajiuary last, ablack negro man,named
Sam, about thirty years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high,
has a crooked finger on one hand, and one leg and foot
fnialler than the other, somewhat rsund-Ihouldsred, his
eloathing unknown. Any person who will feture or
bring said fellow home, so that 1 may get him agiin fhatl
kave the above reward with reasonable charges. In
June «. *lawim,
A small Invoice
PER the ship Harriet, capt.Thomas W. Norman, from £
Hamburgh, confiding of
Ravens Duck,
2 Damalkand l XabUC loth«
Diaper j
Holland Linen
Cambrics, Sec.
' < it>«o, J
Gold and iilver Watches. n
' Which will be difpefed of together or by the package.
i , Apply to '
fsaae Harvey, jun.
No. j South Water Street. f"
June 45 '• 1
rSN UE'VAitQ. 1
g ml' mfeHk f -i
- TUNE s.'ti t streets, a red c
J VOR inir.g a Check
on the Ba: by Peter and i
Henry M" , for i,coe> dot- t
lars, and lev :ogether with a r
(hare in-tie • it papers of no a
ir " conlequente but r<
Whoev. ' to No. i rket street, lhall c
receive the . : :ovi rev
N.B. Pay.'Mnt of the Check « f d the Bank.
June 15. 5 '
■At. "tiSrJes. ~ ;
The, Cargo at t vsa;.;;;s! cap:, •. inguy, from Cal
cutta and Bengal, j
las /* Lar{* general afforftnertt of Bengal and Madras 1
A variety fine wbrked andplain Mujlins,
Doreas, Itfc. A lfo,
A Quantity of Exce''ent Sugar,
la boxes and bags—and BI#ACK PEPPEB-.
For Sale by
Willings ££ Francis,
No. 21 Pecn Street.
June 8 § ,
Fifty Dollars Reward.
Los r,
T'HF lift evening, between 1; and 1 o'clock, a large Red
* ~± MOROCCO POCKET-HOOi;, con aiwinfr 20 or 30 j
Notes oi Hand (inclosed in a parchment) to a confic'erable a
mount. \lfo, fundrv paorrs, ■ rtrifira'cs "01 6 per cent,
stock, a deed of a house and lot ift &c Sc &ic.
Thc,above reward wil' be paid o » *he fame to
the Pi inter hereof. As it is.»f jjrejtconfequence to the owu
ei, uis hoped will n»l be wnhheJH.
0 ; s Thepavmcat of the Notes is ft oped.
I in
•B ————— —r—r—: •
New Hat and,
AU. 134_ Mirhet-llieeti
Third door trom the corner )f Fourth, f'- uth fide
bi« Men'a Black American and E HAs ,oi various qua
ds, lilies and prices
10a- oUfo Drabs and Green unders
H e Ladies 1 ditto, black, and a Urge afTortment of fancy
jjj.- ~c*noured and
faTKionablc Tniftraiwgt.
Youths Black and Drabmoloured do.
,ro " Children's fancy do
All kinds of Silk, Silk & Cotton, Cotton & Thread HOSE
_ Knit, coloured Pantaloons
Do. Drawers
Do. Breeches Patterns
II as Silk Gloves
:nd- Knotted, coloured do. Cotton
A quantity of Mending Cu ton, sorted colours,
.v The Hats finifheain the newell fafhion.
June 27. eo*m
* ghi Kofs <k Simfon,
7 6r French Checks
Had St " PeS
Printed Cottons
0 Muflir.ets
Tsble Cloths and Napkin s
1 fc _ Nankoens of an excellent qualify per the package, fit
, r c f for the Weft India market, and entitled to the Drawback
to Qrcy Ginger in bags
Superior-old Sherry in quarter calks
w A few pipes and qtiirter calks Lilbon Wines
June 21 § 2W
For sale by the fubferibers,
J\ ia ' IN PtNN-STREBT,:
quarter Che'.ts frelh Hyson Tea;
100 ditto do. frdh Souchong Tea;
300 Boxes China, containing small tea setts of 42
Bir- 400 pieces Bandar.oes.
weft WiUinz & Frctncis.
.aw- T 6
Junnarv ,30 .^taw.
now VVaOiington l ottery, JN'o. 2.
aw r Public ato refpe«flfuHy informed that the firft
X day's drawing, is arrived at the oftiee No. 147, Chef
nut-ftrect, between Fourth ar.d Fi(th-ftreets, where a cor
outh rc£b Numerical Book will be till the conclusion-
Tickets and information given where they
w may brhad. July 7. $ti
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, 6y the fat ft arrivals from Europe and p
the T*a(l Indies, a well fclecied assortment of onk V-i
Mere*ty,LrhßnQrapery and Haberdashery Goods; which J 1
he will fell, and Retail, on the loweil terms ; new
Some EnejinJia muslins emorpiflcrcd with gold and silver Una
SuptfnnCßook, Jaconet, aad Mulmul ditto on t
Jja do do cfo Handkerchiefs on a
Some «tra blacktaffe'tics.luteftriiigsand colored Pcrfuns of e
ttandkerchiefs .
Long and .Tiort Nanite«ns 'f
Enttlifc Mantuas of the firftquality e3 -
1 Damafic table linen and ur.pTtirK, very fine ui;i
---' Silk Hosiery, an el-'gant assortment
1 Thead and cotton do vcn .
» Umbrellas—gretn f;ik, oil'd do. and do cloth
L French cambrics, very fine, e V
» Irish Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 § v " 11
r rr j ve Co^'
In the Ssow Boston, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li- j ec(
5000 BulheU SALT ;
100 Crates QUEENS WARE ; and
An Aflsrtment of SHIP CHANDLEKY ;
Foßs A l E
*On board, at Pine-street wharf. Apply to r-j
---yame's Campbell, or J
:, / George Latimer. car i
A P ril * Yel
For Sale, Pet
A Three ftojy BRICK HOUSE and I.ot, in Chefnut Lu
street, between Front and Sepo-.d streets, in which Sat
Messrs. James Calbraith Sc Co. have for many years (and Se\
now do) carried on buCnefs. Ve
Pcifefliou will bejgtven in one month, or sooner. Ca!
For terms apply to WILLIAM t EELL, or Qii
Ap«jl 21.. , !
Samuel Richardet, '
* p ERP?CTFULLY informs the Gentlemen ]
IV Merchants, the.t he has this day opened the CITY J
:d city of Philadeh hia;
:k The Subscription Room will be furnilhed with aj the
d daily papers puMifiied in Philadelphia, Bof
1* toil, Baltimore, together with tholt' of the principal com
a mercial citi*s of Europe—-They wiH be regularly filed
10 and none permitffedito'-b: taken away on any account.
Tea, Coffee,, Jellie?, Ice Creams, and a variety
i)t of Frunchl iquors; together with the usual refrefhments,
will at all times b j procured at the bar.
Gentlemen depend on Being accommodated with
the choiccft of Wine*, Spirituous Liquors, and the moflf I
approved Malt Liquors' from London and other breweries.
The'l.ardor be supplied with the p>*ime and earliest
r.rodud:*ia".s of thoScafon.
{ \_ Large ar.d small Parties, or single Gentlemen, may be
accommodated with Brealsfafts, rfinfaVrs, or Supper?, at
hours moll cqnv nient to tlv.iniclves —a cold Collation i>
'as tegular iyt kept fdr convcniency, the Bill of Fare to be had to
The Lodging Rooms will be completely furnifhei, and cie
the utmoß attention paid to cleanliness, and every other
0- S<MtJEL Rlchardst will be happy to receive, and is<
the commafids of his Friends, and the Public at
larofe; and wich gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himfelf tliAt nojtbing. on his part ihall be wanting to y 1
serve tliat patronage with which he has been so diftinguiih- jr<
injiy Honored. ?
Philadelphia, A pril 19. §
- TO BE LET. c c °
A Commodious dwelling Hnufc, No. 124
Spruce street, with a convenient liable: and Coach,
, Houfe,—Alio for sale a Chariot but little the worse for th
use. June eott ff
nr. George Dobson, "
CC * T>F.GS leave to inform the Store-Keeper® in Town and
l ° Country, that be has removed from Market-Street to
N°- 25, south Third-street,
where be is opening a Large and Elegant Assortment of tht jj.
undermentioned article -—viz. ft
-*> Superfine London Cloths and Kerseymeres, f,
a YOl WThire second Do. Do. ; s
-J do. do. a
Mix'd and Blue Coatings v
Flannells. &C. a
Manchclier Printed Callieoes,
London Chiniz ditio, '
Blue and ditto FurnjtU'es,
UJ .' India ditto, .
Long Cloths, Colftes, Baftas, Battillasfc Conjevrcms,
4-4 9-8 J-4 &16-4 Sup«fine India Book MuQins,
4-4 and g-8 India Book Handkerchief*,' '
ind 4-4 aoil ditto, —- —: ~ ~~
P'aiodo. Muflii-r"" £
4-4 &«. 4 BMtilh JSSoneis, 1
6-4 Ei itilh Checks and Stripes, <]
)SE 4"4 India do. do. do. c
4-4 ditto Chilloes, Madras Handkerchiefs, &c.
A large affonuncnt of-ligur'd arid plain Mufiincts, 1
Quiltings, Dimities, and Striped Nankeens, t
Fancy Wail'eoatings, t
Ginghams of the firft Quality, fubjefl to Drawback, a
India Nankeens, f
Men's White and colsured Silk stockings.
„ Mav 9 Saweott
Yazoo Lands.
May be had at the Editor's Office 1 19, Chcfnut-fireet,
A few Copies of " a Report of the Attorney -
Genetal to Congress containing a Collection of .
Charters, Treaties a'>id> other Documents, i
, fit relative to and explanatory of the the Land ;
ick situate in the South Weltern parts of the United
States, and claimed by certain Companies under a -
law of the State of Georgia, passed January 7th. 1
2w *795- 1
Lottery and Broker s OlHce,
TV® 64 South Second street,
TCKETS in the Canal Lottery No. 11, are now rea
dy for sale, a Check Book kept for the examination
'42 of Tickets, and Prizes paid, without.ded^lion.
The Subscriber solicits the application 0! the Public or
any ot his friends who wiih to purch fc or felt Bank Stock, ,
Certificates, Bills of Exchange, or Notes, Houses, Lands, (
Lotts or Merchandize of any lcind, or to obtain Money (
L_ ondepo6t«f property.
firft Late A 1 gent for the' Canal Lottery Company.
hef- Shares ail 1 Tickets in the late Newport Long
cor- Wharf, Hotel and Public School Lottary examined; a
complete lift of all the prizes having been received at
they this office.
its June 6. w&s
■IFOR S /f L E,
A. very Valuable Eflate,
CALLED TW IT TENH AM, situate in the
townfuip of Upper Derby, and county of Delaware,
7 t-2 miles from Philadelphia, and half a mile from the
uew Weflcrn road : containing 130 acres of excellent land,
45 of which are good watered meadow, 90 of prime wood
land, awd the reft arable of the firft quality. There arc
on the premises a good two story brick house, with 4 roema
on a floor, and cellars under the whole, with a pump-well
of excellent \vat£* in fronta large frame barn, Uab.ks,
end other £OBYU?icnt nildingt; a-ii»oke-houf<? alKs {tone,
fpring-hoaAr; two good apple orchards, and one of peach
es, The fields are all in clover, except those immediately
upder tillage, and are so laid out as to have the advantage
of- water in each of them, whicL renders it peculiarly con
venient for grazing.
The Gtiuation is pleasant and healthy, and from the hi£h
cultivation of the good neighbourhood, and the
vHimty\to the city, it is very suitable for a gentleman's
country feat.
The foregoing is part of the estate of Jacob Harmon,
deceased., and offered for-faie by
Mordecai tevis,
OA. 9; eo.] Surviving. Execute.
China Goods.
THE Ship Atlantic, Silas Su-aine, Commander,
from Canton, wjlLccjmmence the difchargc of' litr
cargo to-morrow morning at Walnut-street what!
Conjtjling of
Yellow and -\yhiie Nankeens of excellent quility
Pcrfiari Tafftfics, black and coloured
Lustrings, do. dp.
Sattins black of various qualities
Sewing silks in aiforted colours
Vermillion in boxes
Cafßa in chefls
Quicklllver in jars
: CHINA WARE, ornamental, with Table aml'Te*
Sets generally afTorted.
: WHITE SUGARS, ajfd a quantity of
First quality Bengal SALT PETKJJ.
" Fur Sate ly
Philip Nicklin & Co.
f April 8.
I For publishing by Suhfcriptiort, that Celebrated Worl,
t Godwin's Political justice.
From the last London Edition.
C TF.*I.!S.
t I. It will be published in twa large volumes, duoderima.
is 11. Price to Subßribers,two dollars, handsomely bound,
d to be paid on delivery of the work,
111. As foonasa number of Subfctlbers appear, fuffi
d cient to defray the expend 1 , it (hall be put to press.
:r IV. The names of tha Subscribers (hall be prefixed.
Th follow-in; Character of this work
d is cxtraacd frtnn the Monthly R'cview, p. 311, 31a, for
it March, 1793.
LS « We have no small degree of pleasure in anno uncing
j- theprefent work to our readers ; as one v. h'ch from the
1- Irecdom of-itserrquiry, the grandeur of its views, and the
fortitude of its principl.s, is eminently deserving of atten
*** tion. By this eulogiuM, we would by 110 means be under
stood to fubfe'ribt to all the principles which these volumes
contain. Knowledge is not yet arrived at that degree of
certainty which is requifitJ, fdr any two men to think a
like on all fubje&s; neither has language attained that con
' fiftent accuracy, which can ehible them to convey their
ur thoughts, even <vhen they do think alike, in a manner per
fectly correil artd intelligible to both. These difficulties
~~ are only to he overcome by a patient, incefiant, and bene
volent iriveftigstisn.
n( j " Many of the opinion: which this work contains, are
t0 bold; some bf them are novel ; andfbmedoubtlefsare er
roneous :—but that which ought to endear it evert-to theffe
whose principles it may offend, is the ftrerigt/i of argu-'
he ment adduced in it to prove, that peace and order most efJ
fe6lually promote the happiness actor which political re*
formers'are panting -—-that as the progress of knowledge
is gradual, political reform ought net to be precipitate;—
and tfiat convulsive violence is dangerous not only to indi
viduals (for thai rcfult comparatively would be of small
account) but to the general caufe,of truth. It is the op»
pofite of this principle mat infpirer the enemies of politic*
ai enquiry with so much terror ; it is the rifppofition that
change mud inevitably be attended by the turbulence and
injustice of commotion; and that innovation cannot be'
made without the intervention of evils more deftru&ive
than those which are intended to be reformed. Under the
-—_ .a.:. r un-imhrnpic fentimcnt, of calm and
gradual reform, (which in its he has fully il
luflrated) Mr. Godwin proceeds without scruple firft to en
quire into present evil, through its eifential brancka*, and
next to demontlrate future good.
'• Dividing his work into eight books, aßd making the
the firft, he begins by an attempt to prove th* omnipo
tence of government over the moral habits of mankind;
and that on these moral habits their wisdom, virtue and
felicity depend."
j £jP Subscriptions received by the publiihers at their
Printing Office, back of Ne. 77 Dack-ftreet, Philadelphia.
June 18 jiweoim
Jsjheton and James Humphreys,
TTAVE removed their office to No. 61, Walnut-street,
ot nex t door but two to the corner of Deck-flreet,
rs, where all INSTRUMENTS IN WRITING are drawn at
n( j a moderate chargc, with care, accuracy and dispatch.—
: They likewise buy and fell Real Eftatrs upon coriimif
fions, and procure Money upon Loan on good security.—
' a The bufinefi of an ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTA
th, Ry PUBLIC is also tranfaSed at the fald office as usual
— N. B. Good Notes discounted.
-July 5. eo6vr
Ten Dollars Reward,
ion Ran away,
JURE 2jd, from Brian M'Laughlin, living at "Henry
Clymer's place at Schuylkill point, a Young Woman,
who passes by the name of Pollt Morrison, low set,
' darkifli complexion, small grey eyes, about seventeen or
ne y eighteen years of age, had on a dark-colored lliort gown,
and linfey petticoat. She stole and carried away a trunk
and a confidcrable sum of money, and s great many other
articles. Left behind her a cloak of coating lined with
green baize, which is supposed to be stolen. The owner,
by proving property may have it. Whoever lodges her in
iat I - n y g oa '> that fh? may be brought to prefecution, lhall
I receive Ten Dollars Reward.
s I June 48 saw 3* BRIAN M'LAUGHLIN.