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W»ii M 06.1 THURSDAT EVENING, JULT 7.1,1796. [F^.virjr
! — 1 — ' T" i„ vt _ I c 1 r» •-1 1 . By aa Artist reisdetu it Mr. Oellers's Hotr,.
For Sale or Charter,
2000 BbU. of flour—fWe maybe sent jj?
t.. sea at a finall cxpence, her fails and rigging being 111 on
very gooi order —apply to .. Ms
fames Campbell, or
§ : George Latimer. 1
»pril, 19. L—
WStoL For sale, v
(On a libera' credit) *
I iiiHtiSSWffil The fad failing copper-bottomed BRIG 1-2
'fmmS Amiable Matilda,
,»«™ pk « «*. for -
ply to § eve
July 7. _ wa
Snow Hebe. tio
The Snow'H EBB, IN
faithful Philadelphia built veflel, ear-
of grain or *600 barrels flour, is rea
dytAa ™ly n to Cirg °' Sh£ 13 PETER BLIGHT.
Who has for sale,
Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, and Pimento.
June 6 t0
'■ Schoo'ner LITTLiTjOHNr
A BOUT 18 months old, a very fact
WrSkf J\ failing veflel, on Virginia Pilot boat
Wfi&frji plan, now laying at South street wharf, _
near 900 barrels, is ready to take
a cargo ; a liberal credit will be given.
J"'y °
For Sale,
—■i The Schooner
ON* hundred and twenty tons burthen. A .
2gSg||agnew veffely well found, and fails extremely
Mi Wwell built. For terms apply to the mailer on
IF the above veflel is not fold by Saturday, Ihe will
take freight on very low terms for Boston.
FOR railing fixthoufmd fix hundred and sixty-seven fj
dollars and fifty cents, by a deduction of fifteen per g
cent from the prizes, and not two blanks to a prize. viz. j
1 Prize of jooo dollars is dollars 5000
j 1000 lOco
l 500 J OO 1
, too loco
4 0 ' 100 ■ >000 1
no 50 49J0
ill *5 300° (
*000 10 >0,000
5 Lad drawn numbers of 1000 dollars each, 5000 |-
233!' Prizes. 44,45°
4018 Blanks.
6350 Tickets at Seven Dollars each, 44,45°
By order of the Directors of the Society for eftablifh
in ♦ Ufeful the fuperintendasts of the Pat- |-
erion Lottery have requested the Managers to offer the
foregotDg S<heme to the public, and have direAed them
to refund the money to those persons who bar l : purchased
in the former Lottery, or exchange the tickets for tickets
in this Lottery. ... . •„
The lottery has actually commenced drawing, and will
continue until fipifhed. A lift ot the Blanks and Prizes r
may be seen at the oflice ol William Blackburn, No. 64
south Itreet, who will give information where tick- r
tts may be procured.
Dat.dthis 17th day of June, 1796. v
June iR — - ■ ■ -- " eo_.
No. 76 High Street, [
HAS received,' by the latest arrivals from Europe and
the East Indies, a well feleftcd assortment of Silk
Merely, Linen Drapery and Haberdashery Goods ; which
!,o will fell, Wholesale and Retail, on the lowed terms ; t
amongst which are,
Somr line India muslins embroidered with gold and ffiver
Superfine Book, Jaconet, and Mulmul ditto
do do > do Handkerchiefs
Some black.taffeties,lut«ftrings and colored Persians
Bandano Handkerchiefs ,
; Lonj: and short Nankeens
Engli'Ti Mantuas of the firfl quality
Damaik table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hosiery, an elegant assortment
Thead and cotton do
Umbrellas—green silk, oil'd do. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
IrisH Linens, do. &c. 3cc. J^ ine T 4
For Sale,
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut
street, between Front and Second ftraets, in which
Meflrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and
liow do) carried on business.
Pofleflion will be given in one month, or sooner.
For terms apply to WILLIAM BEiLL, or
April 21. §
Sales of India Goods.
The Cargo of the lhij> Ganges, capt. Angey, from Cal
cutta and Bengal,
ALirge and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
among which are
A variety fine vjhrked and plain Nlujlins,
Doreas,' &c. Also,
A Quantity of Exce'lent Sugar,
In boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER.
For Sale by
Willings y Francis,
t No. 11 P«in Street.
Jane 8
Take Notice,
r I 'HAT the Subfcribcr intends to maice applica-
J. tion for the renewal of a Certificate, No. 1609,
for 4000 dollars, dated the 14th December, bearing _
interest at 5 £ per cent, from ifl January, 1796, in the ,
name of David Dunderdale & Co. of Leeds,, in Y»rk- Cl ,
Ihire, merchants. The fame to have been loft
on its way to New York, under cover to Bleecker &
March, of tHatplacc, on the 6th of January last* 01
Thomas M'Euen. T n
PhilidHphia, «2d June, ifji- " 5 6 w
Twenty Dollars Reward. «i
WAS STOLEN, last evening, from the pasture of the
fubferiber, a black Rockingham GELDING, 15 ' '
i-2 hands high, has a star, and some white under his a P
throat, (the part being formerly chafed) ;has a leather on
hi> neck, the mane on the near fide, his foot-locks fretted P r
with a clog, and i«a horse of much bone and size. Who
ever fecurcs him with the thief, fha.ll have the above rc
• ward, or for the Horse alone a very generous compenfa- 0
_J»ly_7 e °4 w a
New tlat and Hosiery-store, f e
No. 134 Market-Jlreett
Third door from the corner of Fourth, feuth fide
Men's Black American and English HATa, of various qua- - n
litics and prices
1 Ditto Drabs and Green unders _
Ladies' ditto, black, and a large assortment of fancy do.
Coloured Beavers, With a great variety of elegant and
falhionable Trimmings §
Youths Black and Drab.eoloured do.
Children's fa»cy do
All kinds of Silk, Silk & Cotton, Cotton Sc Thread HOSE
Knit, coloured Pantaloons
Do. Drawers
Do. Breeches Patterns
Silk ploves
Knotted, coloured do. Cottoa
A quantity of Mending Cpxton, sorted colours,
t #3r- The Hats finiftied in the newest fafhion.
, June 27. eatm
e For iale by the fubferibers,
'• p • IN PtSN-STKEET.
130 quarter Chests t'refh Hyson Tea ;
100 ditto do. frefh Souchong Tea;
300 Boxes China, containing small tea setts of 42 j
400 pieces Bandanoes.
Willing iff Francis. •
A January 30 jtaw.
£ Yazoo Lands.
1) May be had at the Editor's Office I! 9, Chefnut-Jlrect,
A few Copies of " a Report of the Attorney
Gcneial to Congress .containing a Collection ol
Charters, Treaties aud other Documents,
relative to and explanatory of the Title to the Land
:n " fnuate in the South Western parts of the United c
:r States, and claimed by certain Companies under a a
law of the State of Georgia, passed January 7th,
'o '79?- '
o ' cj- NOTICE. " ;
10 There will be fold on Thursday the 4th of August, at 3
:0 the Merchants'coffee house, in Second street, t
One thoufancl of the stock ol t
>° the North America Land Company. J
If not previously disposed of. 1
° Philadelphia, 10th July. dts I
;o ( Price three-iixteenths of i Dollar)
!>.- No. I, |
[Elegantly printfd in quarto and embellished with a ,
M superb engraving representing the firft introdudlion i
m of the Maid of Orleans to Charles VII 1
To l>e' cOHtinned in weekly numbers 'till completed J i
:t3 OF THF
:es From the eailieft times until the conclulion of the pre- t
54 sent war
k- firft number of this work and conditions of (
X publication may be seen at the following places, 1
where fubferiptions are received, viz. .
Meflrs. Thomas Dobfon, No 41, south Second- 1
rs * street; Mathew Carey, No. ill, Market-street: John ]
Ormrod, No. 41, Chefmlt-ftreett booksellers ; and by
S. I. Denoon, bookbinder, Fariner's-row, Dock-street;
John Aitken, No. 193, south Second-street; at Bio
ren and Madan's printiug-oifiue, back of 77, Doek
ftieet, Philadelphia d4t.
~ Just Publifhedr
> At the Stane House, No, 41,l'outh Second street,
er neatly printed in one volume quarto, price fix
dollars the fine paper, or five dollars the com
ins The Four Gospels,
Principal of Marifchal College, Aberdeen.
The cbarafter of the Author for acutenefs
and eiudition lias been established by his efiay on
miracles in anlwer to David Hu re," the greatelt
c ], masterpiece of the kind everpublilhed, and by his
nd " Pljilofophy of Rhetorie," and to the merit of
the present work, the result of nearly forty years
liudy and application, and the substance of his
course of le&ures in his official capacity, the
reviewers have given ample tellimony, but their ac
couftt, however honorable to the * otk, is too long
for a place in this advertisement, the woik howev
er is now presented in an American edition at not
more than half the price of the London copy.
July 2Q. 41VIW
ras TO BE LET.
A LARGE Commodious dwelling House, No f .124,
Spruce street, with a convenient stable and Coach
Houfe,—AiTo sot sale a Chariot but little the worse for
Use. June 2. eotf
C A B L E S,
From 16 ro 9 J inches, for sale by
Jtretniah Warder,
No 1 a noi ih Third-ilreet.
July 1* 1 5
Samuel Richardet, ; i
"O ESPECTFULLY informs the Gentlemen : M
lv Merchants, that he has this dsy opened the CITY j A
city of Philadelphia. j ture
The Subscription Room will be fuinifhed with all the Hi
daih' papers oublilhed in Philadelphia, N;w-York, Bos- [ blanc
too, Ba'.tim i, together with those of the princijf'.l com- | n - tb
mercial eiti<» of Europe—They will be regularly filed trona
and nmieporrfutted to be taken away on any account. N.
s ea, Coffee, ioupes, Jellies,' Ice Creanii, and a variety M
of French Liquors; together with the usual rcirelsfScut6, "
wilV*at alt times be procured at the bar,
Gentlemen may depend on being accommodated with
the of Wines, Spirituous Liquors, and the moll
approved Malt Liquors framLondon and other breweries. T
The Larder will be supplied with the prune and earlicft V V
productions of tho Season. two}
Large and small Parties, or firigle Gentlemen, may be a Ca
accommodated with Breakfafts, Dinners, or Suppers, at toma
hours molt conv nient t» themselves—a cold Collision is
! regularly knot for conveniency, the Bill of Fare to be had
i at th® bar.
The lodging Rooms will Be completely furniftied, and
the utmofl attention paid to cleanliness, and every other
•0" S«muel Richardet will be happy to receive, and
execute the commands of his Friends, and the Public at
large; and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himfelf that nothing oil his part fhaJi be wanting to pre
serve that patronage with which he has been so diftinguifh
ingly Honored.
Philadelphia, April 19. 5
City cf Walhington.
SCHEME of the LOTTERY, No. 11, t
A magnificent ? ao,ooo dollars, & 7 , 0 , 000 deh
dwclling-houfe, J cash 30,000, are J J noti
1 ditto 15,000 & cafu 25,000 40,000 s
l ditto 15,060 k cash 15,000 30,000 ,j rl ,
I ditto 10,000 ic calh 10,000 *0,000 t jj e
I ditto 5,000 & cash 5,000 lo,oco
I ditto 5,,000 & cilk 5,00 c/ 10,000
I cash prize of 10,000
» do. 5,000 each, are, • 10,000
10 do. i,«oo - * 10,000
20 do. s©o • - lo,oo«
100 do. 100 " • 10,000
sio d». 50 10,00# (
4ca do. J5 - - l«,ooo —
i,oco do. so - ao,ooo
15,000 do. I# • 159,000
16,7i9 Prizes.
' 50,050 Tickets, at Eight Dollarsj 40,0000
I N. B. To favour those who may take a quantity of
Tickets, the prize.of 40,000 dollars will be the last drawn allt
I tick.-t, and the 30,ooothe last but one : j l "'
! And approved notes, securing payment in either monjy j" 1 :
' or prizes, in ten days alter drawmg, will be received for
' any number uct less than 30 tickets.
This Lottery <. ill afford an elegant specimen of the pri
vute buildings to be erected in the City .1 Walhington.— ar »
Two beaut are already iele(slcd for the entire ov
fronts on two of the public squares; from these prawings w;
it is propoled to erect two centre and four corner buildings,
1 as soon as possible after this lottery is fold, and to convey
them, when complete, to the fortunate adventurirs, in p ri
f the manner defcribcd in the scheme for the Hotel Lottery. ul t
A nett deduction of fiv. per cent, will be made to defray ls :
► the necessary expenles of printing, &c. and the surplus P a
will be midc a part of the fund intended for the National " 1:
Univcriity, to be crefled within the city of Washington. dw
The Drawing will commence as soon as the tickets are an f
fold off.--The r,.oney prizes will bepayablein thirty days
jfter it is finifhad ; and any prizes for which fortunate ° a
numbers ai e not produced >yithin twelve months after the ™
a drawing i» closed, are to be confulered as given towards ™
1 the luni for tin- Univcrfity ; it being determined to fettle - a
the whole buitnefs in a year from the ending of the draw- S°
] ing, and to take up the bonds given as security.
The real securities given for the payment of the Prizes, m '
are held by the President and two Dire'&ors of the Bank
of Columbia, and are valued at more than half the a '
mount of the lottery.
The twenty four gentlemen who by appointment of
the late Commilfioners alTifted'in the management of the
1 Hotel Lottery are requefled to undertake this arduous task
a second time on behalf of the public ; a fufficient num- y
- ber of these having kindly accepted, it is hoped that the d<
n friends to a National University 7 »'1 the other federal ob- I! 1
y je<fts may continue to favor the def'ign.
; By accounts received from the different parts of the J
1- Continent as well as from Europe, where the tickets
have been sent for sale* the public are allured that the
drawing will speedily commence, and that the c&rc and
caution unavoidably necessary to insure a fafc disposal ol
the tickets, hars rendered the ltior fufpe,nfion indiipenlable.
Tieketsmay be had at the Bank of Columbia ; of cr
James Weft & Co.' Baltimore ; of Peter Oilman, Boston ; P 5
* of John Hopkins, Richmond ; and of Richard W«lls, . w
]- Cooper's Ferry. u
Loft, I
(~\?1 Thursday 30th Ji nc, on the road from Philadelphia
»S Vv ro the Falls of Schuylkill, and about the fifth mile,
a brown and wh te mottled POINTER DOG, anfwersto p
r. the name of Don, had on round his neck a collar engrav- ti
ed Waller Phillips, Philadelphia. Whoever will bring C(
him to Mr. Kid, No. 19 a Market-street, will rcceive a re- cl
ward of ten dollars.
fs N. B. The owner fufpefts that the Dog is tied up, alfe
he would have returned. The above Reward will be giv
,[ en to any peifon giving that information if true. a
£ Chien d'Arret perdu. . r
JEUDI le 30th Jnin on a perdu fur la route de Philadel- t
phie aux Chutes de la Schuylkill, a cinq milks de la
18 ville, un Chien d*Ari-et marque de taches Blanches et
ie bruues. I! reponde au nom de DON et porte un collier fur
; lequelfoht grave les mots Waller Phillips, Philadelphia.
Quiconque menera ce chicn chez Monsieur Kid, rue du
Murche, aura dix. gourdes de rccompenfe.
II y a lieu de foupconner que le chien eft tenli attache
n quelque part; autrement il leroit deja revenue de luim£me.
Jn donnera la ditc rccompenfe a celui qui peut indiquer le c
lieu ou ce chien Ce trouve ...untenant.
July 16 1 *3'
— — 1
;h 175 Hogsheads of Choice
A quantity of Rum.
F#r Sale by
July 13 **
By aa Artifl rd'ldent at Mr. Qellers's Hote.,
j M I N 1 A T U R E LI K. F. N E SS"S
i A RE taken and executed in that ckgact and delicate
; -£ A- ftilc, which UCo nectary to render a Miniature Pic
ture an Intercftiug jewel.
He will warrant a ttrnnf and indlfputaljle rcfrtn-'
blance; and he takes the liberty to lay bofiore the jniblic
• of this place his nrrtt earrn'ft intention %0 ieferve tScETjpa* "
tronage by his heft endeavors to pleaft.
N. B. Specimens are to bj fecn.
May n . §
■. . - * ■/" 'Jt ij • _ . i_..,-ujrtf
Waftimgton Canal Lottery,
N°. I.
WHEREAS At State of Maryland has authorifoi
the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix tiioufsnd,
two hundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cuttisg
a Canal through th City of Walhington, from the Pa-,
tomacto the Ea'.tern Branch Harbour.
The following is the SCHEME of So. I.
Viz -X Prize of io,ooo dollars, »0,oot»
I ditto 10,000 10.00 a.
7 last drawn f
Tickets, each f 5,004 35fi00
6 ditto 1,009 6,000
10 ditto 409 ; 4,00 a
ao ditto 100 »,000
55 di "» 50 1,750
5750 ditto IS 69,008
To be railed for the Cam!, 16,15 a
5850 Prizes, 175,00 a
11650 Blank-, not two to a priae.
17500 Tickets, at Ten Dollars, - *75,000
#5" The Commissioners have taken the Securities re
quired by the aforefaid lA for the punctual payment *f
the prizes.
The drawing of this Lottery will commence, without
delay, as soon as the Tickets are fold, of which timely
notice will be given.
Such prizes as are not demanded in fix months after th«
drawing is finilhed, (hall be confidercd as relinquished foe
the benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
City of WafhisgtoH, Feb. XI, $
For Sale,
Tliree-ftory Brick House,
(The late rcfidence of General Walter Stewart}
WITH a LOI df GROUND thereunto belonging,
the weft fide ef Third-llreet, near Union-street
,f containing in front 3a feet, and in depth ibo feet, to aa
„ alley leading into Union-ftrcet. Thehoufe is 32 feetfro»t
and 50 feet deep ; the several rooms -contained in it are
y large, aommodious, and completely Sniflicd; thetwofirft
, r (lories are each 13 feet high; there arc 20 mahogany
doors, in the house ; a geometrical ftaircaie, with mahoga
ny rails and a good Iky-light. The kitchen is in the cell.
_ ar, which is spacious and cqnvenient, and finilhed with aft
:e 6ven, slew-holes and pantries, a servants' hall and large
~ wiiw-ccl!ar adjoinisg the kitchen, in front of which is an
' S) area in which there is a pumf> The yard is vaulted.
,y Communicating with the said building is a neat three-llory
i n brick house, on the north fide of Union-street, pontain
y. i«g 3° front by 20 feet deep; the lower part of which
iy is at prefentoc.n:pied a*s a compting-houfe, and the upper
w part divided into well-finifhed large chambers. This house
a j may at a small expense be converted into a convenient
dwelling : The street door is very handsome, and the front
re and back have Venetian windotv-fhutters. Adjoimngthe
y S Last house, upon the lot belonging to the firfl, are creiiled
te bathing-rooms, &c. There are likewifc very good coach*-
ijj ho aft and lVables finilhed equal (or nearly so) with any in
j 5 the city, on a lot containing on Union (Ireet 30 feet, and
l e ia depth 011 the waft fide, of said alley 52 feet. There are
v _ good cellars unde, the whole of the; buildings, and a wine
room over part of the liable, with a hay-loft over the re
.s mainder. For further particulars enquire of
£ EDWaRD & Co.
a At their Office No. 64 Dock-street. between Walnut & Peir
eo streets.
o j 6ih month 24th, 1796.
New Pulii/hmg by the Printer,
n. No. 149, Chefnut-Street, and No. 3, Laetitia Court,
he delivering to Suhlcribers, and to be had at the different
ib- Book-Stores in this City,
The Firjl Number cf
h ® Berriman & Co's
ets . •v
le. Containing the Old and Naw
Testaments and the Apocrypha, with marginal notes and re
0f erences. An Index ;or an.account of the moll remarkable
n . passages in the old and new Testament, pointing to the places
wherein they happened, and to the places of scripture where
' in they are recorded.—A Table of Time.-—Tables of scrip
. ture measures, wfeightsand coins : with an appendix,contain*
ing the method of calculating its measures of surfacec
hitherto wanting in Treatises on thit fubjeft. A Table of Offices
and Conditions of men.
hia conditions
ile, 1. The size of this Edition will be a LARGE FOLIO*
\to printed «n a beautiful new type, and good paper, made par
rv- ticularly for it, It will be published in Numbers, not to ex
ing ceed 30, one of which will be delivered weekly to fubferib*
T £ m ers, at a quarter of a dollar. Those fubferibers who prefer
receiving the work complete, will be attended to by (ignifying
jf e the fame on any of the fubfeription papers in rhe Bookstores
,j v- in this city.
2. There willbc an advance in the price, on fubferibing
_ after the fiift of August next.
3 In the courfeof the Work will be given an elegant
Fror*tifp?ece—From an Engraving of the celebrated artist,
[ c Gricnion.
j a Berriman Co. gratefillyacknowledge the veiy liberal
jet encouragement they bavemet with; and havereafonto Relieve
ur that the execution of their edition will answer every expec*
i . tation, and fpeaA its own pr&ife.
May 26 ' 3aeoww.
the A FOUNT of BREVIER, half worn ; about fourhun
me - I\ dred weight. Enquire at the Office of the Gazette
r'e of the United States, No. 119 Chefnut-ftreet. §
t Just Arrived,
In the Snow Boston, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li*
50«0 Bufheli SALT ;
100 Otate9 QUEENS WARE; and
An Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY;
On board, at Pine-ilreet wharf. Apply to
]James Campbell, or
George Latimer.
it April 29. . $