Gazette of the United States, & Philadelphia daily advertiser. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1796-1800, July 22, 1796, Image 1

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    of the d 3 Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
Nvmbe* 12C7-] TRIP AT EVENING, Jt/ir 22, 3706. X.
For bale or quarter,
t 2000 Bbls. of flour—(he may be sent {
to sea at a small expence, her fails and rigging being in fc
very good order—Ripply to ?
"James Campbell, or
George Latimer.
April, t9- § . .
for bale, ■,
(On a liberal credit)
The fact failing copper-bottomed BRIG ,
yaifeaig Amiable Matilda,
IN compleat order for sea, with » frcight on b°ard. Ap
plyto * SAMUiL bMI IH, Broker. >
July 7- _ i— v
Snow Hebe. 1
The Snow HEBE, j
\ faithful Philadelphia built vessel, car-
of grain or 2600 barrels flour, is rea-
A »JHi, in 1 careo. She is about four years old.
y Av»Jv to PETtR BLIGHT.
WliQ has for fide,
Coffee, Cocoa, and Pimento.
Juae 6 "L 6
Schooner LIT! LE JOHN.
FOR sale, 1
A BOUT 18 months old, a very fact
WflsflL J\ failing vessel, on Virginia Pilot boat
p' an > now la y in s at Soi,th street whar: >
P aries near qeo barrels, is ready to take
SKaesSJin a cargo ; a liberal credit will be given.
July i - „ liM-
FOR ratfmg fiit thousand fix hundred and Gxty-feven
dollars and fifty centjs, by a deduaion of fifteen per
cent from the prixeS, and not two blanks to a prize. viz.
I Prize of jooo collars m dollars jooo
IQQQ 1000
j jo« jco
200 IDCO.
A 100 2®©° J
no SO 49J0
too *S - 5000 (
aooo 10 30 >000 .
r Lad drawn numbers of 1000 dollars eac|i, 5000
J «—— X
4332 Prizes. 44,4.50 1
4018 planks.
635^-TicketsaTSeven Dollars each, 44.45°
By erder of the Directors of the Society for eftablnh- .
ing Ufeful Manufa&urea, the fuperintendaijt? of the Pat
erfon Lottery hive requested the Managers to offer the
foregoing Seheme to the public, and have direded them
to refund the money to those persons who have purehafed
in the former Lottery, or exchange the tickets for tickets <
in thjsLottery. .
The lottery has actually commenced dfawmg, and will 1
continue until finished. A lift of the Blanks and Prizes
may befeenat the office ol William Blackburn, No. 64
south Second street, who will give information where tick
ets may be procured.
Dated this 17th day of June, 1795.
JACOB R. HARDENOERG, > Managers. |
June 18 e0
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by the late ft arrivals from Europe and ;
the East Indies, a well fele<sled assortment of
Mercery, Linen Drapery and Haberdafiiery Goods; which 1
he will fell, Wholcfale and Retail, on the Joweft terms ;
amongst which are, ,
Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and friver
Superfine Book, Jaconet, and Mulmul .ditto
fc'o do do do Handkerchiefs
Some extra black taffetics.lutsftringsand colored Persians ,
Bandaxio Handkerchiefs
Long and short Nankeens
English Mantuas of the firft quality
Dainaft: table linen and napkins, very gpe ,
• Silk H<,3cry, an elegant affortmant
Thead and cotton do
Umbrellas —green silk, oil'ddo. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
Irish L ; uens. do. &e. &c. Tune 14 5
For Hale,
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut
street, between front and Second ftrsets, in which
Meffts. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and
now do) carried on business.
PoffeffioA will bt given in one month, or sooner.
FprJterips anply to WILLIAM BELL, or
April 21. * 5_
Sales of India Goods.
The Cargo eAhefhip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal" ,
cutta and Bengal,
A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
A variety fine ivhrked and plain Muslins,
Dpreas, 13' c. Alio,
A Quantity of Excellent Sugar,
In bcscs .and -bags—and BLACK PEPPER.
For S?Jc by
WiUings & Francis,
No. 21 Penn Street.
Jure 8
Juit Arrived,
In the Snow Boston, James Kirkpatrick, ma Iter from Li
5000 BuihcU SALT ;
100 Crates QJJEENS ARr. ; and
All Afiortmei tot SHIP CHANDLE* » ;
On bbird, at Pine-llreet wharf Apy>!y to
James Campbell, or
George Latimer.
April lj. S
Take Notice,
THAT the Subfcribar intends to rnaxc applica
tion for the renewal of a Certificate, No. 1639,
for 4000 dollars, dated the 14th December, i'-'9s,beaHrij ,
interest at 5 i per cent, from ill January, 1796, in the
■name of DsvidDuinletdale & Co. oi" -Lewis, in X«vk
fhire, ni. i'he fame i'fuppofiyl to hsv«.been lots
on its \vay to New York, under cover t» Sf
March, of that place, on the 6tii of January lafV
Thomas M'Eucn.
tid Jung, 179/1. «6.v
Twenty Dollars Reward.
WAS STOLEN, lad evening, fro'ajthe pasture of the
fubferiber, a black Rockinghaai OELDINO, 15
»-2 hands high, has a star, and some white under
throat, (the part being formerly chafed) ;has a leather on
hi» neck, the mane on the noar fic(e, his foot-locki fre',tcc( i
with a clog, and is a horse of much bone and size. V/ho- j
ever fecurcs him with the thief, lhall have th; aliove ri - [
ward, or for the Horse alone a very generous conipcnfa- I
July? eo4W
New Hat and Hosiery-store,
No. 134 Market-fireet % ' »
Third door trom the corner of Fourth, faulhHJe
Men's Black, American and HaTo,ql vijriQusq.u*.
litics and prices
Ditto Drabs and Green unders
Ladies' ditto, black, and a large afTortm?n{ of fancy do.
Coloured Beavers, With a great variety p| elegant aad
fafbionable Trimmings
Youths Black and Drab-coloured do.
Children's fancy do
All kinds of Silk. Silk & Cotton, Cotton & Thread HOSE
Knit, coloured Pantaloons
Do. Drawers - ' • - - f
Do. Breeches Patterns
Silk Gloves
Knotted, coloiir?4 do. Cotton
A q.u?nti|y of M C( Cotton, sorted colours.
(pT Thtf Hats finifhepin the nevyeft fjfiiion.
June 27. eo'm
For fate by the fublcribers,
130 quarter Chills, frefh Hyson Tea;
iso ditto do. frefh Souchong Tea;
3®o Boxes China, containing small tea setts of 41
400 pieces Band4no<s.
Willing & Francis.
January 30 3taw.
Yazoo Lands.
May be had at the Editor's Office 1 19, Chefnut-Jlrtd,
A few Copjes of " a Report of the Attorney
Genetal to Congress containing a Colleflion of
Charters, Treaties aud other Documents,
relative to and of the Title to the Lund,
luuate in the South Weltefn parts of the
States, anc} claimed by certain Companies ui iler a
law or the State of Georgia, pafled January 7th,
There will be fold on Thursday the 4th of Augufl, at
the Merchants'coffee house, in Second street,
One thousand shares of the flock of
the North America Land Company.
If not preyioufly of.
Philadelphia. 20th July- dts
(Price thrce-lixteenths of a Dollar)
No. I,
fEkgantTy printed in quarto and embellilhcd with a
fijperb engraving reprefenti'ng the firfl introduilion
of the Maid of Orleans to Charles VH.
To be continned in weekly numbers 'tillcomplete!]
op THE
From the earliest times until the conclusion of the pre
sent war.
THE firft number of this work and conditions of
publication may be fcen at the following places,
Where fubferiptions are received, vjz.
Mtffrs. Thomas Dobfon, No. 41, south Second
ftreetMathew Carey, No. 112, Market-street; John
Ormrod, No. 41, Chefnut-ftreet, booksellers ; and by
' S. I. Denoon, bookbinder, Farmer's-row, Dock-street;
John Aitken, No. 193, south Second-street; at Bio
ren and Madan's printing-offioe, back of 77, Dock
ftieet, Philadelphia. » d^t.
Just Published,
At the Stone House, No. 4.!,fouth Second street,
neatly printed in one volom* quarto, pricc fix
dollars the fine papw, or five dollars the com
j The Four Gospels,
Principal of Matifchal College, Aberdeen.
* # * Tne ohara£ter of the Author for aeutenefs
i aod erudition has been cllablifhed by his eflay on
j miracles in anfsver to David Hur.e," the greatest
s masterpiece of the kind ever publilhed, and by Jiis
" Philosophy of Rhetoric," and to the merit of
the present work, the result of nearly /orty years
, study and application, and the fubllance of his
course of kciures io his official capacity, the
levjewetshave given ample tellinjony, -but their ac
count, however honorable to t}ie woik, is too long
for a place in this ad*ertifcment, the work howev
er is now presented in aji American edition at not
more than half th,e the London copy.
July 20. 4-W3W
.j-Q BR L£T
/l LARGE Commodious dwelling Houfi:,
£\_ Spruce street, a convenient liable and Coach
House, —Also for sale a Chariot bur little the wotfe for
use. June 1. ec>tf
From 16 to 9 i inches, for fa'e by
yerciniab tya/der,
lis J 2 nsfth TJiirjd-ftjcet.
July i» S
Samuel Richardet,
RESPECTFULLY informs the Gentlemen.
Merchants, that he has this day opened the CITY ,
city.of Philadelphia. _ tLI
The Sabfiription Room will be furnifted with all tiiC ;
pi}K.ts published in Philadelphia, N:vf-York, 80l- t>;
together with thole of the priniiynt cc:n- °>
*iW»s of will be regularly filed tr
airl >f*ne jkertSlitted to be taken on any account.
Testi C'o/Tte, Soupes, Jellies, Ice Crjatns, a,rid a variety
of French i.iquors; together with the usual refre!hm«its, ~
willaf ali times be p,-ocufed aefhebar.
Geutlen/en may depend cn being accommodated with,
the ch'oice!V of Wines, Spirkuous I.iquors, and the mod;
approved Malt Liquors andiother breweries. 'T
The Larder w.ili befupp.Ued with thepunie earheil
produAions of tho Scafpii. Tv
< Large' and' final! or fmgle Gentlemen, may be, a
I accommodated with Brcakfafts, Dinners, or Suppers,- at r to
I hoitrf'mott conv nieht to themselves—a cold Col lation is
regplatly for conveniency, th« Bill ol Fare to be had
at tho bar,
'she Lodging Rooms will be completely furniftied, and
the utmpß atten{ion paid to cleaifiinefs, and every
0- Samuel Rk-.iiardet will be happy to'receive, and
exprnte the ps fyjs Fficnds, ?nd Public »t
large"; and'with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himlW-that nothing oil his part fjjait be wanting to pre
fcrvc that patronage with which he has been To ditlinguifh
frigiy honored.
Philadelphia, April 19. §
vJuy cf Waikingicn.
SCHEME of the LOTTERY, No. 11,
for The improvement of the, \ q
A magnificent > 20,600 dollars, & ) d ,
dwellmg-houfe, J caih 30 000, are )
1 ditto 15..000 & cast 35,000 40,000
I dittp UjQOO & cash 15,00 a 30,090
1 ditto 10,000 & calh io,cqo 20,0p0 : t l
I ditto 5,000 & calh 5,000 10,,00 a ' ' '
1,000 if. cash 5,000 10,000
'I call) prize of * " 10,000
2-do. 5,000 each,are, • to,c;b
ro do. 1,000 - - 10,000
zo do. 500 * - io,qoo
00 do. 10a ,J 10,000
*» da. 50 - - 10,000
4< o do. 25 - - , 10,000 |
1,300 (lb. 20 . - 20,000
15,000 do. 10 • 150,000
. 16, Prizes.
50,000 Eight P.ollars, 40,0000 1
N. B. To favour those who may take a quantify of c
Tickets,the prize of 40,-ooodolkirs Willie the drawn a
ticket, and the 30,000 th? last but one : a.
And approved notes, fe.Curihg payment in either money U
or prizes in ten, days.titter, cjfawing, will be received for
any number not less than 30 ticket*. d
Thi- Lottery will alford'an elegant specimen of thepri- ,
va,te buildings to be ere'ited in the City of Walhin^ton — a
Two beautiful defigu? are already felfiAed for the entire 0
frontt. on twoi.of,. the puj)lij fguares ; from tbefe prawings : v
it is proposed to ereA two centre aiid four corner buildings, a
as toim as poTlifiie after this lottery is fold, and to convey (;
thegi, complete, to the farjuiute adventurers, in b
the nianiier defcr'ibe<f 111 the lcheme for the Hotel pottery. j :
A nett dedacStion of fivaper cent, will be made to defray ;
the neijcifiiry'eipenljes.of printing, &e. and the surplus [
will be inad£ a par( of the fundJuienued fpt the National (
Unive'rfity, eg be c.fecled v/itfciif the city of Walhington. (
The Drawing will copameuce as loop as the tickets-are. j
fold off.—'-Thc'Jioney jttlzcs will bi payable in thirty days 1
after it" is antl any pr zes f>r . tvhieh fortunate i
numbers aie not produced withm twelve months after die (
dra vvinp; iscjoled, are to be confnlercd as given towards t
the funj for fh / University ; jt being deterraiped to fettle J
the whole business in a year from the ending of the'draw- j
ing, and to take up the bonds given as security. ,
The real fecurit,es given for the payment of the Prizes, ;
are held bv tbe Prefidejit and two Direflors of the Bank
of Columbia, and are valued at niore than half the a
mount of the lottery.
The twenty four gentlemen who by appointment cf
the late Commifiioncrs assisted in the management of the
Hotel Lottery are requefled to Un4ertak<t this arduous talk
a second time on behalf of the public ; a fufijeient num
ber ps thtfe having kindly accepted, it is hoped that the
friends to a National Umverfity and the other federal ob- (
jefis may continue to favor the design.
By account? received from the dio&*ent parts of the
Continent as well as from Europe, where the tickets
j have been lent, for- sale, the public are allured that the
drawing \vill speedily commenae, and that the care arid
caution unavoidably ncceffary to insure a fafe disposal of
the tickets, has rendered the in r suspension indifpenl'able.
Tickets may be had at the Bank of Columbia ; of
1 James Weft & Co. Baltimore ; <j{ Peter Gilman, Boston ;
of John Hopkins, Richmond ; aiid of Richard Walls,
■ Cgoper's Ferry.
• Tburfda.y 30th June, on.the road from Philadelphia
j V J to the Falls' of Schu> lkill, anil about the fifth mile,
a browft and wh'ce mottled POINTER DOG, anfwersto
the name of Don, had on round his neck a collar eugrav
' ed Waller Phillip', Philadelphia Whoever will Iming
him to Mr.Kid, No. 192 Market-street, willrcceive a re
ward of ten dollars.
i NB. The owner fufpefts that the Dog is tied up, else
1 he* would have returned. The ab.u'e reward will be giv
en to any petfon giving that information if true.
Chien d'Arret perdu.
JEUDI le 30th Juin on a perdu fur la route de Philadel
pbie aux Chutes dc la Schuylkill, a cinq milles de la
Y-ille. tin Chi.-b. d'Arret marq.ue de tjchcs olanchas et
brunts. II rcpondeas nom de DON et porte un collier fur
leqnel font grave les mots Waller Philadelphia.
r Quiconqne menera ce chien chez Monsieur Hid, rue du
Murche, aura dix gourdes de recompense.
11 y a lieu dc foupconner que le chisn eft tenu attache
quclquc part; autrement il ferolt deja revenue de luim£me.
>n dennera la diterecompenfe a celni qui peut indiquer le
lieu ou ce chien fe trouve maintenant.
July if) . *3'
„ ' : ' JUST ARM FED, ' ' '
1 175 Hogsheads of Choice
A quantify of Rum.
• for Sale by
Yard. .
July y 6t
Ev aa Artist lefident at Mr. Oclfei>'s Hotel,
ARE taken and c:ceeut;d in that ele'japt ,-;. id delicats
stile, which is so necefl'ary to render aMiuiaturo Pic
ture sn io'ereftmg jewel.
He will warrant =. strong and indifnutaUle refem.
blsC-'e; and takes-the lib. sty to lay before thi public
ofjthi* earrieliintentios-to deserve their pa
tronage by his bSViyjdeavora to pjcafc.
N. B. Specimens arfr-{<j be seen.
May 12. §
\Y a ilinig 1011 Ca 11 alLcuer v,
' N0 . I. .
WUhREAS the. State of Maryland has authorised
the !»idere,irittcn, to raise twenty-sis thousand,
twphundred, and fifty dpliat's, for the ptirppfe. of cutting'
a (!»nal through Jh: Qjcy of VVafhiagton, from th» L'e
tomacto the Eastern Branch Hanubur.
TII9 iollow injj 1; .he SCiIEVIE of No. I.
Viz .1 Prize of 20,000 dollars, 20,008
I ditto 10,000 10,000
7. lad drawn >
Tifl-.cts. each f J) OGO 3^,000
6 ditto I,coo 6,000
10 ditto 400 4,nco
20 ditto 100 2.000
55 ditto 50 2,750
5750 ditto _ it 6.9 oda
To be«aifed for the Canal, 26,150
5850 Prizes, 175,000
J1650 Blanks, not two to a prize.
17500 Tickets, atTen Dollars, - 175,000
•t5" The Commiflioners have taken the Securities re
quired by the aforcfaid act for the puntfual payment A
the prize>.
I'he drawing of this Lottery will commence, without
delay, as soon as the Tickets art fold, of which timely
notice will be given.
Such prizes as are not demanded in fix iponth? after the
drawing is finifhed, lhall be confiden d as relinquilhsd for
b'he benefit of Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
(Sj S nedj . NOTLEY YOUMC, °
\ City of WtliingtOß, Feb. ix. §
For Sale,
Three-story Brick House,
(The late refidtnee of General Walter Stewart)
WITH a LO 1 of GROUND thereunto belonging,
the weft fide of Third street, near L'nion-ftreet
containing in front 32 feet, aiid in cb<, th 100 feet, to an
alley leading into Union-ftrect. The house is 32 feetfrotst
and i .jolett deep ; the several rooms contair.:d in it are
large, commodious, andcqiqpletsly 'fim&'cd; the 'two firft
bcries are eac {3 fc-t high ; there are 20 mahogany
doors in the'houfe ; a geometrical ftalrcafe, with mahoga
ny rails and a good sky-light. '1 he kitchen is ill the cell
ar, 'which is spacious and convenient, and finithed with an
oven, ftew-fioles and pantries, a fervantV hall arid large
wine-caliar adjoining the kitchen, in front of which i, an
area irt which there is a pump The yard is vaulted.
Communicating with the faiii building is a neat three-story
brick horse', on the ndrth fide of Unihn-ftreet, contain
ing 30 f&t front! by 50 feet> deep'; the lower part of which
is at prefer.t occupied as a copipting-houfb, and the upper
J>art divided into wcll-finifhed large chambers. This hou/e
liiay at a small expense be convefteii into a convenient
dwelling : The street door is very handsome, and the front
and back have Venetian wiridow-ihuttcrs. Adjoining the
last house, upon the lot belonging to the firft, 'are creeled
bathing-rooms, &c. There are likewise very good coacTi
houfe and ftablesfinifhed equal {or nearly so) with any Th
the city, on a lot containing on Un;on street 30 feet, and
in depth 011 the weft fide of said alley 52 fret. There are
good cellars unde< the whole of the buildings, and a winfe
room over part of the stable, with a hay-loft over the re
mainder. For further particulars enquire of
At their Office No. 64 Dosk-jlteet. between Wulniii & Pen
t6 fttects.
6th month 24th, 1796.
\ FOUNT of BREVIER, half Worn ; about four htnv
I}l dred weiglit. Enquire at ihe Office of the Gazefte
of she pnited States, No. 119 Chefnut-ftreet. §
THAT application will be made for the renewal of
the following certificates, ifiued by Joseph Nonrfc,
Register of the Treasury, in th: name of Roger Grif
■ wold,'Efq. of Nofwich, Connedlicut—
1 certificate, fix per cent donieftie stock, No. 13,90J
—dated the lythDtcemher, bearing interefl front
■ the firft day of Jrgwary, 1791, for 1,597 65-100 doi
-1 1 ditto, thre* per cent, domefttc llock, No. 10,684
—dated DecembJr 16, 1795, bearing interest from the
firft day of January, 1791, for 994 30-100 dollars.
1 ditto, deferred flock, No. 9,166 —dated the 17th
December, 1795, bearing inteiell from the firft Jliiiu
-1 ary, igoi, for 798 83-lpo dollars,
' Said certificates are supposed to have been loft or
' flo'en in this citv some time in December or Janua:y
' last.
No. 59, North Front-street.
Philadelphia, July 21, 1796. d6w %
On Monday next, 25th inft. (July,)
Will be landed at South street wharf, the cargoes ot Superb,
Weft Indian and lfabella, from Jamaica and Havanna, con
fiding of
1 Mol&fies in Hogsheads,
I Coffee in hogsheads, barrels & bae;s,
v ' : - 1 ■. FCR SALE BV
Who has also for sale,
A quantity of Jamaica GINGER,
Pimento & 7 T v>
Cocoa, jln 8 '
And 159 boxesHambro' WJNDOW CLASS, 7 by 5, wij£
be fold cheap.
July 20 diOt Sc tush & s loc
University of Pennsylvania,
July 16, 1796.
THE Summer Vacation will take place on Monday next,
the iS:h inft. and coiitinue for.Fou* weeks.—The differ
ert Schoocs wiihth: ftvrral Tutors will accofdingiy ic»
afTcir.ble on Monday, the 15th day ot Aujuft.
coj the Faculty, \V*. Rosina, Scc'y.