Gazette of the United States, & Philadelphia daily advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1796-1800, July 18, 1796, Image 1
; jjs&, Hi, t?t) J&t&t00» <&* Philadelphia Daily Advertiser. Number 1203.] MONDAY EVENING, JULT 18, 5796. X. ■ ——— <*■ " 1 —— — 1 .. . ... rr _ ■ :—'—-» For Sale or Charter,. the snow i B O S T O Nj. BURTHEN about 4000 Bbls. df flour—(he may be font to sea at a small expence, her fails and rigging being in Qn very good order—apply to Mar James Campbell, or Clpnrge T ntime*. p] " April, • § for bale, (On a liberal credit) J-*' The fafl failing copper-bottomed BRIG Amiable Matilda, IN compleat order for sea, with a flight on board. Ap plyto r SAMUEL SMITH, Broker. J"')' 7- § Brigt. George Washington at Au&lon. Oil Mpnday Evening, y THE ilwbi instant, at 8 o'clock, at the Mercliants' Coffee- House, will be fold by Audion, The Brigantine GEORGE WASHINGTON, Q "RTHBN about 1600 barrels, built of T' I) French Oak, and thoroughly repaired " ' q i . new laying at the lower fide of Walnut-ftr«iet wharf ; 'a repiarkablc vessel. Terns of pay irient' approved notes at 3, 6 and 9 months. Inventory The to be'feen at the Counting-house of the fubftribers, or at the place of sale. FQOTMAN & CO. Auctioneers. . July 1 5»l Snow Hebe. , j--. FOR SALE, A The Snow HEBE, A faith ul Philadelphia built veflel, car ries 1.3000 bushels of grain or 2600 barrels flour, is rea dy to take in a cargo. She is about tour years old. Y Apply to PETER BLIGHT. Who has for sale, . Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, and Pimento. _ & Also, A Pared of CHOICE PORT WINE. Tune 6 !L_ V i FOR SALE, • THF Oareo of the ship Catharine, John Farraday,maf ter, from Hifpaniola, at the wharf of Messrs. Jeffe & Ro Vert Wain, 1 eve Confiding of wa; J56 Hogsheads of SUGAR tioi 51 Hogsheads"} QOFFEK _J 2(8 Bags j 44 Hh Is. of Clarified MOLASSES «2 Bales of Cotton ALSO FOR SALE, The said ship, BURTHEN about 14 or 2500 barrels— .' jfflVyvFs Strong, well found, and may be fsnt to . aat a small expanse. Apply to .. . John Craig. June 41 § j For Sale, fa! ] The Schooner , &ttL. LARK, - 1 ONE hundred and twenty tons burthen. A new vessel ; well foond, and fails extremely "aft, and well built. For terms apply to the mailer on board, or to JOSEPH ANTHONY and CO. IF the above veflel is not fold by Siturday >. ihe will take freight- on very low terms for Boston. July 12 . $ tS - CABLES, From 16 to 9 i inches, for sale by Jeremiah Warder, No I a north Third-street. 1:* - $ July i* — Lottery raising fix thoufcnd fix hundred and sixty-seven f dollars and fifty cents, by a deduaion of fifteen per «entfroin the prizes,, and not two blanks to a prize, viz. I Prize of S° 00 dollars i» dollars 5000 , 11000 1000 * 500 JOO 200 lOCO U JO 100 acoo c 99 5° 455° rc aoo *5 5000 f 9000 10 40,000 c t Last drawn cumbers of 1000 dollars each, jooo p _L_— —— ' a 133 a Prizes. 44,450 i 40 iS Blanks. 6i(o Tickets at Seven Dollars each, By eri'.er of the Direaors of the Society for eftabhfh- . int; Ufeful Manufaflures, the fupenntendants of the Pat erfon Lottery have rtquefted the Managers to offer the fdfcgoing.Ssheme to the public, and have directed them to refunu the money to those persons who have purchased in the former Lottery, or exchange the tickets for tickets in this Lottery. \ ... The lottery has aaually commenced drawing, and will _ * continue until finiflicd. A lift of the Blanks and Prizes may befeen .t thr office ot William Blackburn No. 64 iouth Second street, who will give information where tick- ets may be p- ocured. Dated this 17th day of June, 1796. 7. N GUMMING, 7 f JACOB R. HARDENBERG, > Managers. JONATHAN RHEA, 3 Tune i S !1_ —. . EQ.R S J-LE* 1 AFOUN'I" of BREVIER, half worn ; about fourhun- > dred weight. Enquire at the Office of the Gazette h of the United States, No. 119 Chefnut-ftreet. § just Arrived, In the Snow Boston, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li verpool, cooo BufheU SAI>T ; 100 Crates QUEENS'WAHE ; and An Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY ; for s L E On board, at Pine-street wharf - Apply to yames Campbell, or George Latimer. April 151. j; 11 I■■ ■ . 1 1 M ■" ' Take Notice, , THAT the feuHfcribef intends to maice applic*- tion for the renewal of a Certificate, No. 1609, Jp for 4000 dollars, dated the 14th December, 1795, bearing interefl at 5 £ per cent, frorri jft January, 1796, in the name of David Dunderdaie & Co. of Loeils, in York- C 1 (hire, merchants. The fame isfuppofed.to been loft on its way to New York, under coyer to Blee*:ker & ' March, of that placc, on the <sth of January last* Thomas M'Euen. ah' Philadelphia, tad June, 1796. * sfiw ■ -of A small Invoice PER the (hip Harriet, <apt.Thomas W. Normb.il, from tin Hamburgh, confining of ap Ravens Duck, J. f>bkcbtht P- Holland Linen 1, 0 Cambrics, See. re ad so, at A NEAT ASSORTMENT OF Gold and ftlver Watches. $ Which will be difpefed of together or by the package. Apply to „ Isaac Harvey, jun. ia No. J South Water Street. hi f June 15 S3W fc \ — ' ; Sa es of India Goods. r The Cargo *f theihip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal" t cutta and Bengal, 3 CONSISTING OP A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras COTTON and SILK GOODS. AMOfefQ WHICH ARE A vanety fine wbrked and plain Mujlins, ' Doreas, is"f. Also, A Quantity of Excellent Sugar, in boxes and bags—and BLACK. PEPPER. For Sale by Willings iff Francis, No. 21 Pecn Street. June 8 I wenty Dollars Reward. WAS STOLEN, last evening, from the pasture of the fubferiber, a black Rockingham GELDINO, 15 1-2 hands high, has a star, and some white under his f throat, (the part being formerly chafed) ;has a leather on Q hi« neck, the mane on the near fide, his foot-locks fretted with a clog, and is a horse of Much bone and size. Who ever fecuresjiini with the thief, (hall have the above re ward, or for the Horse alone a very generous compenfg tion JOHN LAWRENCE. I»!y 7 eo4w 1 New Hat and Hosiery-store, » WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, By WILLIAM M'DOUGALL, I No. 134 Market-Jireety 0 Third door from the corner of Fourth, fouthfide J M#n's Black American and English HAT&» of various qua- ( lities and prices Ditto Dr-bs unders T • ' Lad Ties' ditto, black, and a farge assortment of fancy do. : Coloured Beavers, W)th a great variety of elegant and t fafbionable Trimmings i Youths Black and Drab-coloured do. Children's fancy do I All kinds of Silk, Silk & Cotton, Cotton & Thread HOSE Knit, coloured Pantaloon* A Do. Drawers ly Do. Breeches Patterns >n Silk Gloves Knotted, coloured do. Cotton ill A quantity of Mending Cotton, sorted colours. The Hats finilhed in the newefl fafhion. June 27. corm For sale by the fubferibers, IN PfNN-STKE ET, Ijo quarter Chests frefh Hyson Tea; 100 ditto do. frefh Souchong Tea; 30c Boxes China, containing small tea fette of 41 pieces; _ 400 pieces Bandanoes. Willing & Francis. January 30 -?taw. en — — — ;" r Yazoo Lands. May le had at the Editor's Office 119, Chefnut-Jlrect, 00 A few Copies of " a Report of the Attorney co Geneial to Corngrefs containing a Collection of 00 Treaties aud other Documents, - 50 relative to and explanatory of the Title to the Land iOO fitiiate in the South Western parts of the United , 00 States, and claimed by certain Companies under a — law of tlve State of Georgia, paiTed January 7th, jo 1795- For Sale, (j,_ \ Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut at . £\. street, between Front and Second ftrsets, in which Messrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and em now do) carried on business. f c( j Poffeflion will be given iiv one month, or sooner. xts For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, or HECTOR CALBRAITH. vill April *1. ■_ §_ 2es T 0 BE LET. c t_ « LARGE Commodiavis dwelling House, N05.114, iJL Spruce llreet, with a convenient liable and Cbacli H«ufe, —Also for sale a Chariot but little the worse for u f c June i. eotl :rs - "~Wm." HOLDEtINEShb, 1 No. 76 High Street, TTAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and II the East Indies, a well feleifted affortmeHt of Siik un- IVlercery, Lintn papery and Haberdashery Goods ; which ette he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, oA the lowest terms ; AMONGST WHICH ARK, — Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and friver Superfine Book, Jaconet, ind Mulmul ditto Li- Do d« do do Handkerchiefs Some extra black taffeth:s,lutiftringsaud colored Persians Bandano Handkerchiefs Long and (hort Nankeens Englilh Mantuas of. the firfl quality Danialk table linen and napkins, very fine Silk Hosiery, an elegant affortmant Thtad and cotton do 1 Umbrellas —green silk, oil'd do. and do cloth , French cambrics, vety fine lrilli Linens, do. &c. 3cq. June 14 § Samuel Richardet*, I "n EvSPECTFIiI.I.Y informs the- Gentlemen : A*- Merchants, that he has this day opened the CITY TAVERN and MERCHANTS COFFEE HOUSE in the city of Philadelphia: The Subscription Room wi.i Tie furniftied with all the daily papers publilhed in Philadelphia, New-York, Bof tOn,"Baltimore, together with thafe of the principal com- \ citiss of Europe—They will be tiled ahd none permitted to be taken away on any accoitnt ■ ■ Tea, Coffee, Sounes, (tTCreams, ari3 a variety tof I-rMicti I .iqiiors;' together with the u'.ual reirefhmeuts, will V all-times be procured at ihchar. f GShitlcir.cn may depend tin accommodated with I the choicen of Wines, Spiritupus Liijuofa, and the most approved Malt Liquors from London and orher breweries. The Larder will, be supplied with tfcifprime and earlielt pfoduSions of thp Staron. Large and small Parties, or fihgle Gentlemen., may be accommodated with Breakfalls, Dinners, or Suppers, at hours most convenient to themfelyes—a cold Collation is regularly kept for conveniency, the. Billof Fare to he had at tho.bar. . , The Lodging Rooms will be completely furniftied, 2nd the utmost attention paid to cleanliness, and every other irequifite. S\iyiuEL Richardkt will be happy to receive, and execute the comrnaßds of his Friends, and the Public at large;, and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges himfclf that nothing on his part fhall-be-wanting to pre fer ve that patronage with which he has been lo diftirtguilh ingly fionored. Philadelphia, April 19. § City cf Washington. SCHEME of the LOTTERY, No. 11, FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE FEDERAL CITY. A magnificent } 20,000 dollars, & 7 rO,OOO dwelling-house, 5 ca<h 30,09°, are > x ditto is>ooo & calh 40,000 1 ditto 15,000 & cash 15,000 30,00 a 1 ditto - 10,000 & calh 10,000 10,000 r ditto 5,000 & cash 5,000 lo,oco I ditto 5,000 & calk 5,000 10,000 I cash prize of 10,000 1 do. 5,000 each, are, • 10,000 10 do. 1,000 - " 10,000 ao. do. 500 - - 10,000 00 do. 100 - - 10,000 200 do. 50 10,000 ie 4co do. 45 " 10,000 5 i,ooo do. so * 20,000 is 15,000 do. 10 • • 150,000 n . d 16,739 Prizes. >- 3J,j6i Blanks. 50,000 Tickets, at Eight Dollars, 40,0000 N. B. To favour those who may take a quantity o: Tickets, the prize of 40,000 dollars will be the fy*ST drawn ticket, and the 30,000 the lasT but one : ' And approved notes, securing payment in either money or prizes, in ten days alter drawing, will be received for any inimber not less than 30 tickets. This Lottery will afford an elegant specimen of the pri vate buildings to be ere-fled in the City of Washington Two beautiful designs are already fcl-Aed for the enure front ;on two of the public squares; frort these prawmgs it iepropoied to erect two cencre'antl four conser buildings, as loon as poTTible after this lottery is fold, and to convey, od them, when complete, to the fortunate adventurers, in the manner defcrihed in the fchemfe for the Hotel Lottery. A nett dedu&ioirof five per cent, will be made to defray the necessary expenfcs of printing, &c. and the surplus SE will be made a part of the fund,intended for the National University, to be ere&ed within the city of Washington. The Drawing will commence as soon as the tickets are fold off.- -The money prizes will be payable in thirty days after it is finilhad ; and any pr ze» for which fortunate numbers aie not produced within twelve months the drawing is closed, are to be considered as given towards the lund for the University ; it being determined to fettle [ the whole business in a year from the ending of the draw ing, and to take up the bonds given as security. The real securities given for the payment of the Prizes are held by the President and two Direaors of the Bank of Columbia, and are valued at more than half the a mount of the lottery. 4 The twenty four gentlemen who by appointment o the late Commiflioners assisted in the management of th< Hotel Lottery are requefled to undertake this arduous tafl a second time on behalf, of .the public ; a fufficient nam ber of these having kindly accepted, it is hoped that thi friends to a National University and the other federal ob ieiSts may continue to favor the design. By accounts received fr#m the different parts of thi , , Continent as well as from Europe, where the ticket * have been sent for sale, the public are assured that thi drawing will speedily commence, and that the care ant of caution unavoidably necessary to insure a lass difpof.U o rs, th« tickets, has rendered the in jr fulpenfion indifpcnfable nd SAMUEL BLODGET. . , Tieket9may lie had at the Bank ot Cohiui ia ; o James Weft & Cq. Baltimore ; of Petti Gilman, Boston ' a of John Hopkins, Richmond ; and of Richard Wells th. Cooper's Furry. Lo£, /-»N Thursday 30th Ji-ne, on the road fromPhiladelphi . , vj to the Falls of Schuylkill; and about the fifth mile a brown and white mottled POINTER DOG, anfwerst< the name of Don, had on round his neck a collar engr= v ed Waller Phillips, Philadelphia. Whoever will brin] him to Mr.Kid, No. 191 Market-street, will receive a re ward of ten dollars. C N. B. The owner that the Dog is tied up, olfi — he would have returned. The above reward will be giv en to-any .peifon giving that information if true.. Ich Chien d'Arret perdu. for TSUDI le 10th Juin on a per.du fur la route de Philadei f J phie aux Ohutes de la Schuylkill, a cinq milles de 1 ville, un Chien d'Arret marque d« taches Dlanches t brunes, II reponde au nom de DON ct porte un collier fu le.quelfont grave les mots Waller Phillips, Philadelphi. , Quiconque c: chien chcz Monficur Kid, rue d ?■'!, Mardie, aura dix gourdes de reconipenfe. .. 3 A 11 y a lieu de foupconner que le chien eft tenu attach U . C quelqijepart; autriEinent il feroit deja revenue de luinifm ' On donnera ladite recompense acelui qui peut indiquer . , lieu ou ce chien fe trouve maintenant. lver July .6 «3* L * JUST A ail FED, 175 ilngfheads of Choice St. CROIX SUGJRS. Also, ■* A quantity of Rum. £For Sale by James Yard. § J»iy 6t By'a* Actiil reiiJeftt at. Mr. Oel'er Hori.l, 1 MINI A TUIIF. L I K 15 \ £ S S " 5 ARE tfjcen anJ excetftei in that dcgahf and "c?e!i«tte llde, which is so ne.jlfary to ren Je'r a Miniafare Pic ture an iatereftiug je.wti, He will warrant a ttrong and indisputable reft r.. , lilance; and he t.v';cs tha liberty to lay Wore th« pubtii .of this place Mi m >ft eariieft imeiiti<4Vi to deserve their pi- fc. tronagc by his 'ocft cndeavor's'to' please. N. B.< Specimens are lo befeen. yj Ma v "■ N , S Lottery, - n°. r. WIIf.REAS the State of Miifytind has ,^ the underwritten, t« raise t\yenty«fix thoufu.-id, twohundred, and fifty dpTUrs,forthe purpose of cutting a Canal through th-J City .of Walbington, from .the l»o; toinac to die Eastern Branch Haruour. The following is .he SCHEME of No; Viz .i Prize of 40,000 dollars, 10,000 r ditto io.ooo 10,000 Tlaftdrawn") , Tiiets, each j s '° C ° 35,CC0 6 ditto 1,000 • 6,000 10 ditto 40©' 4.0C0 40 ditto 100 1,000 55 ditto 50 J750 J'tto la 69,008 To be raised for.the Canal, 26,150 5850 Prizes, 175,000 11650 Blanks, not t\vo to a prize. 17500 Tickets, at Ten Dollars, - 175,000 1 The Commi(Tioner» have taken the Securities re quired by the aforettid a<si for the pun&ual payment »f 'the prizes. The drawing ef this Lottery will commence, without delay, as soon as the Tickets arc fold, of which timely notice will be given., , . Such prizes as are not demanded in fix months after Hl4 _drawiog is finished, fhalbbe confide*.<la» rclli^L.i 1 *:!,:'! ioT thd'bcnefitof the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.. ( Signedj NOTLEY YOUNG, DANIEL CARROf L, o/D. LEWIS DEBLOIS, GEORGE WALTER, Wm m.uuncanson, THOMAS LAW, JAMES CARRY. City of WaQiingttSfe, I'eb. 11. § For Sale, A LARGE ELEGANT *AKD WELL FINISHED Th reoftory Briek House, (The late refidenee of General Walter Stewart) WITH a LOT ef GROUND thereunto belonging, on the weft t! V 1 of Third-street, near Unicin-llree.t j! containing in front 31 feet, and in depth 100 feet, to an n alley leading into Uniori-ftrcft. TKe (ioufe is'jfa feet front and 50 feet deep ; the several rooms contained in it are ;y large, .commodious, ana completely finithed; the tv.<: ftrft >r ; oriefiw-e, each, ly fcet high ; .here are 10 mahn-t-.y doors in the,houfe,; a geometrical llairctle, with malts'ga i- ny rails and a good Iky'ligTit. The Jnteheriiii tin ell — ar, which is spacious ;ihd conyenieht, and finiflwd with an re oven, lte-iv-holes and pantries, a fcrvants* hall and'arge gs vvinei-celiar ldjoinitig the, kitchen, in from of which Uane >5, ar<;a in which there., is a pump The yard is vaulted. . •y -Cumrr anicßtmg-with the fttid building is »utat three-'.it.rjr. in brick hdafe, on the north fide of Union ftree't, contain y. ing 30 feet' front by SO feetdeep; the lower part of which ay is at present occupied as a compting-hoiife, and the upptr us part divided intQ well-finllhed large chambers. This house lal may at a small expense be convrrted.il/to a cmvmient dwelling: The street door is very Imidfome, and the front/ re and back have Venetian window-shutter t. Adjoining the ,yt lafl lloufe; upofi tht lot belonging to the firft, are erected ite bathibg-rooms, &c. There are likewise very good cOaeh he house and ftablesfinifhed equal (or nearly fo')'with any n ■ds the city, ,011 a lot containing on Union jlreef 30 feet,: and tie in deptholl the waft fiiie of said.alley 52 feet. There are w- good cellars umle, th . whole of' the buildings, and a wine room over part of the liable, with a hay-lott over the re es, mainder. For further particulars enquire of nk tD.VARjU UON'S, LL & Co. a At their Office No. 64 Dock-Arect. between Walnut & Pear, ,0 llieeis. 0 f 6th month 24th, 1796. the " alk Now Publijh'mg ly the Printer, No. 149, Chefmn-Street, and No. 3, Court, "v delivering to Subfcfibers, and to be had at the differeut 3 * Book-Store« in.this City, the The Firjl Nvmbir of ets Berriman & Co's th j CHE.4P AND ELEGANT EDITION OF "1 The HOLY BIBLE. ,le * Containing the Old and Naw Teftamrnts and lhe Apocrypha, with marginal notes and re- . erences. An Index ;or an account of the mod rcmai k.ible m i naffages in the old and new Tellament, pointinj; to the pia.e» ;lls « wherein they happened, and to the places of fcriptute wher«- in they are recorded.—A f able of Time.—Tables of scrip — ture matures, weight* and coins : with an appendix,contain ing the method of calculating its measures of surface® hithtrio wanting in, Trtfttifis on this Jubjefl. A Tabic ot Ojficcs hia and Conditions of men. ~ conditions 1c ' lt The size of this Edition will be a LARGE FOLIO. 5 printed »n a beautiful new type, and good paper, made par. ■V ~ ticularly for it, It will be published in Numbers, notto ex. ceed 30, one of which will be delivered weekly to fubferibj, re " ers, at a quarter of a dollar. Those fubferibers who prcfe receiving the work complete, will be attended to by fignifying ■'/* the,fame on any of the fubfeription papers in rhe Book(lore» ! 1V * ir« this city. a. Theie willbe an advance in the price, on subscribing —- after the firft of Augufl i.ext. 3. In the c®urfeof the Work will be given an elegant FrOntispiece—From an Engraving of the celebrated artist* * Grickign. :la Birr 1 man & Co. gratefully acknowledge the very liberal Bet encouragement they have met with; and have rcafon to helievo fur that the exeeution of heir edition will anlwer every expec* hia. tation. and speak its turn pralfc, du May a 6 gaeoww. Teneriffe Wine. Rle --pENERII'FE WINE, in pipes, hogfWads, and A quarter calks, and 170 Filtering Stones, jtift ar 't rived per the fchoouer Polly & Sally from Teneriffe,and ~~ for Sale by John Craig, No. 12 Dock street. WHO HAS ALSO FOR SALE, Best Soft-fheli'd ALMONDS, RAISiNSin Frails. SHERRY WINE, in Quarter Cafci, Irilh CANV AS, Briflol and Irilh WINDOW CLASS. it May ■ ta I'