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    #a?ette <fthe MnitetJ States, & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
' ■ItfSit i"i6l TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 5796. [Volvmz X. •
Nvmbz* X2I .J 4 a t> t t? c r~ DUTY ON"CARRIAGESI T To be Let.
M«" J _
. Ta* s*i»
Robert Jackson, Master, July
iKqYfPffiyjg To f»il in fifteen days,
J /3SSEL; HAVING two-thirds of her cargo en
. ,„i re2J . v t0 E0 on board- For freight pr passage
apply to the master on |>oard»t Waln'vwharf, or to
. John Der.naldfon, tj
Ms. 14 Walnut-fttcet. li
56e«tf Mer
Tiily at. — h&v
For Barbados, S(
The Brigantine s ,
A F A in E, I
Francis Knox, Maf'er, | g
TTAS good accommodation for pal- L
fengers, and is expend to fail on £
Thurfdarnntt For freight of a few barrels or passage, D
, Knex at Hamilton « wharf, or g)
For Freight,
Benjamin Glasikr,
tTROM Uverpool. Now diftharging at P. Care's wharf, (
r and will immediately afterwards take m Freight for
To fail in all next week. For freight or passage, apply to
cajit. Glafier, on board, or to . So 1«
Isaac Harvey, jun. t>v
No. J South Water Street. Mo
7 mo. *7 . J IW - Jfc
For Sale, Freight, oFegf c£,
— The Schooner gw
ujroSL&'L hundred and twenty tons burthen — 1 Age
vj fix months old, a (launch, faithf illy- _J
vefTcl, handsomely finiihed off, and weli
found in every particular. For terms apply to
7 r B. RHODES,
On Board said schooner, If try. at Bickley and Bohldn's T(j
wharf, the firft above Market-street.
A few half-bbls. Prime Mejs Beef. \
July 44 §_
For Sale, A
Or for Charter tothe Well-Indies, >.
C E*R E S,
jHtSMSr- Philadelphia Built,
r-vf Live Oak and Rid Cedar, burthen about 3500 bar
reb, now discharging at Latimer's wharf. I'his vef- 1
fel is in excellent repair, well fouad-and wni bear a tho-
rough examination, andas soon as difchartjed will be tea-
Ay to take in a cargo. For terms apply to
John Vanghan- - »
' . —§ ] att
J ' ■ ten
For Sale or Charter,
iooo Bbls. of flour—(he may be lent
t* sea at a small eXpenee, her fa'ds and rigging being in | del
very good order—apply to
fames Campbell, or —
Geerge Latimer.
April 19, § J
This Day commenced Landing,
At V ifflint wharf, the cargo of the Brig Lucy and Sloop
St. Jago, from St JagodeCuba —confiding of th
White Sid Brown Box SUGAR. le:
MOLASSES, of an excellent quality. I th
HIDES and HONEY. Also, in
For Sale or Charter. j
\ (lout, strong veflel, will carry a- j t«
■ig? '. 4 A bout 1 too barrels, and may go to fe
1 >W}y' i fca with a very small expense. ic
The above will be fold for cash or approved notes. u:
Samuel Emery, K 0
No. 64, fouthSecond-ftreet. L
July 27, 796. dtf " o
Just Arrived, „
In the (bio Molly, John Frofl, Master, from Liverpool, f,
5000 Bushels Best fine ftoved SALT,j <J
600 Bu(b Is CO \L, x
And .18 Crates of QUti.MS WARt affortf<l„ '
Philip Nicklin & Co. F
j. - - S B. THE S AID
for SALE or CHARTER, (he is 5
1 years old, Philadelphia built, of white |
oak, wiv.-cll (ahed and carries about 4*oo barrels of Flour.
For terms apply as above, I
J".iy - I
From on board the Nancy, William Belcher, maf-j
ter, from Bourdeaux, a cargo, confiding of— I
, 232 Cases of 24 bottles each CLA RET, ,
do. pf 24 do: WHITE WINE, 1
For Sale by
F. Coppingei.
I'.'iy 2}. dtf.
Take Notice,
HPHAT he Snbfcriber intends to mane applica- J
JL tion foi the renewal of a Certificate, No. 1609, j
for 4000 dollar, dated the 14th December, I"9s, bearing
intercft at f { f>y cent, from ift January, 1796, in the |
-i-me of David [..nderdale & Co. of Leeds, in York
(hi'-e, merchants. The fame is supposed to have been 101 l J
on its way to New undtf cover to Blceeker & I
March, of tltatplace, p n the 6th of January last- 1
v Thomas M'Euen.
Philadelphia, 2zd June 1 §w
' ' ' v.• J
Fiom v 6 to 9 j inches, for sale by
yeremiab Warder, I^h
July 11 S No ia northThird-flreet. of
— ance a
No. "]6 Strcetj , ...»
HAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and 10
the East Indies, a well feleiftcd assortment of
Mercery Linen Drapery and Haberdalhery Goods; which
he- will fell, Wholcfale and Retail, on the lowed terms ;
amongst which ase,
Some fine India mufiias embroidered with gold and friver
Superfine Book, Jaconet, aad Mulmul ditto
Do r do do do Handkerchiefs
j Some extrablack taffetie 9 ,lut«ftringsand colored Pcrfians
! Bandano Handkerchiefs.
Long and (hort Nankeens
Englilh Mantuas of the firft quality
Damalk table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hosiery, an elegant affortmint
Thead and cotton do
Umbrellas—green silk, oil'd do. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
Irilh Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 §
" THE SALE OF For a,
The TOWN, and OUT LOTS of the TOWNS
and WARREN. . u . D /«»
\ DVERTISED for sale by the State Agents, in the Fula- ot sej
Lx aelphia Gazette and Univerial Daily Advcrli^-'
Sold'in the City of Poiladelphia; will commence • '«>
Tavern orCoifee-Houfe in Second-Street, in the he ;
Mondav the 23th day of July inft. at 7 o'clock, iii <
ing. and becontinued by adjournment Irom day ic.-
r» u'-lotK «' noon, until two o'ciocK.and from 7
o'clock, ib pvyning, whole of the ford lAJ
OU rLOTsare"difpofedof. The conditions of sale v. iii
made known, and the plans of the said LOIS anv, OJI 5
LOT S be (hewn at the time and place of sale.
By order of William Irvine, Andrea/ Ellic. ttand TVitfm , ■
. EDWARD FOX, AuSiorttr.
j J"'y at th
Sales of India Goods.
' The Cargo of the (hip Ganges, capt. Ting«y, from Cal
cutta and Bengal, P
A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
A variety fine worked and plain Muslins,
Doreas, 15"c. Also, 5
A Quantity of Excellent Sugar, ;
Iu boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER,
For Sale by ' 0 n
Willings Francis,
No. XI Penn Street.
June 8' $
>- — -
Public Notice is given, —
1"0 the merchants and others concerned in the (hipping
.« 1,-mrtit.f Jnifailti. if . a will
j attend evety morning, sundays excepte37"Tront nine to
„ ten o'clock," at the Healthoflice, No. 31 Wninut-ftreet, to
convey proviTions or other Refrelhmcnts to the Hospital,
and for the use of the crews.
It is expefled that tjie Bags, Baskets, or other packag
es with supplies, willbc direifted with'thn name of the ves
sel and captain they are intended for, to prevent midakes
at delivery.
it By order of the Board of Health for the port of Phila
in delphla, LEVI HOLLINGSWORTH, Chairman. „
J u 'y 13 § 1
— ——— * Ke
Philadelphia, Weft-Che tier, Strajburgb, w0
Lane after, Tork and Frederick-town
' I 'HE proprietor! of the ■above Stages, retufn their best 1
op 1 thanks to their friends and the public in general, for —,
the encouragement received in this line of business, and beg
leave to inform the public, that they arc determined to run
I their [Uges through from Philadelphia to Lancaster in jj £
I one day, commencing on Tuesday, the 14th July instant,
in the following manner, —viz. A Stage will ftt out on ,
tbat dav at 4 o'clock in the morning, front the house o( -
i George Weed, Market-street, Philadelphia, a..
\ the way of Weftcnefter and Strafburgh, arrive =r.I :c?f- .
a- ter the fame evening, l on Friday morning run to ». r:pv
to ferry and exchange passengers with the York and . ■ 'i.
ick-town ftagc, return and arrive in Philadelphia
urday, and on Monday morning following, at 4 oVioc
said stage willfet out from the said George Wee' : .
delphia, and arrive at Lancaster the (arn« aveiii
Tuesday morning at 4 o'clack will set out ftr Mc
I los Mrs. Edwards, Lancaster, and arrive in Philaddphia ' ex ,
the fame evening, and will commence again on Thtirfday j rlv
morning following, and continue «very week—The price i f ra
'» for each passenger from Philadelphia to Lancaster is three 1
F ] dollars and a half, to York, four dollars and three qaar- , jj
' tei s, to Frederick town eight dollars, the like funs for
| 150 weight baggage, with the usual allowance of 14 lb. e( j
I gratis to each passenger, and 5 pence a ir.i'e for all way tu
passengers. 30— §4W Sc
John Reilly, ci
George Weed.
hull T0 L eT, " -
A Large Cellar, .
Under the Meeting-House in Walr.ut-ftreet j
Enquire at No. 5i Sccond-llreet, corner of Chefnut»ftreet.
July 30 3t
» f 'j The FLEPHANT.
I ' | 'HIS surprising animal is arrived in this city en his way
J. to Charleston. He is to be seen in High-street be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets, from fix o'clock in the
morning to Sunset.
Admittance—Half a Dollar—Children, a quarter of a
Dollar. July 30 §6eotf
A well-finiflied, commodious
— Eor Sale, and immediate possession given,
I OVTUATE on the north fide of Spruce llreet, Ne 111, '
lica- | between Fourth and Fifth streets. The house, piazza I
609, an d back buildinjrs ?re three (lories in height, andpeife&i
rinp ly well adapted for the accommodation of a large family,
the j as they conta a twelve good rooms, exclullve of two ciel
8i k- |ed garrets. In the yard, which is neatly paved, there are
i loft j two pumps ; one in a rain cistern, the other of as good
r & ! water as any in the city : The cellars are dry and lu' ge.
The terms of payment will be easy : a great part of the
I purchaff-money in all probability may lay for years on in
-1 ter-'l. Apply at No. 109, i.est d»or eastward.
w July 3 & slw
Notice is hereby Given,
TMAT agreeably to ati aof oi the Lniced j^ ew .
Siateiol America, paifcd ac PhilacJeJphia, the «BiK day
of May, 1796 ; laying duties on Carriages, for the convey*
ance of pcrlons, and repealing the forme* acis for that pui
pose. .t- Thai there (hall be levied, colicfted aud paid, Jul
ail fur tive cooveyancc of pcrfont, which inail b'
ktpf u, ot'ior «i*y foi bis or her owu ule, or to i«-<
out to bire, pr forxhe conveving of palfcagcrs, ihs fcvcral du
ties anc! rates following, to wit.
For upon every Coach, 15 dols. A
upon every Chariot, 12,d0!5. *- **
upon tvery Post Cbajiot, 12 dol's. Meffr
upon every Po»t Chaise, 12 dols. bow .
upon every Phaeton, >vitb ot without top, gdols Pol
upon every Coachee, 9 dols. ]
u]43f» other Carriages, iaaving panne 1 work above,
with blinds, glafies or curtains, qtiols. / A p
upon four wheel carriages, having Tramed posts. and
tops with Heel springs, 6 dols, -r —
upon four wheel top Carriages, with wooden or iron
ipnugs or jacks, 3 dois. p E
upon curricles with tops, 3 dols.
upon chaises with tops, 3 dols, , . IN
upon chairs with U>ps. 3 dols.
upon sulkies with tops, 3 dols.
upon other two wherl top carriages, 3 dols.f
upon two wised carriage, wi:h flccl or iiou fpringfc,
3 dols.
For and upon all otf»cr two wheel caniages, 2 dols.
upon every four wheel carriage, having framed posts AV
and tops, aad-reftiug upon wooden sparS, 2 dols > v
The CoIIc&ots of the Revenue ot the firft lurvpy ot the ihe t
Diftrift of Pennsylvania, will attend daily, until the 30th da\ 1q n
of September next, tot the purpofc of rece " tng the duties on Jud'h
** V<% %x 7, in Rice or Saffafrai street, in the Cuv alter
.he house of Daniel S. Clair, Efq irt the p eM
;y ; and at the house of Abraham Du- purs
of Bucks of w ich all personS pol
* -re desired to take notice.
is alio given, dei P
cr-- in Wines, and foreign distilled fpiri- 1W:
ceg will be granted to them ; one li
be business of retailing of Wines, in a An .
icisqtiaincy, oi iu *tls quantities than 30 gallons—and one ei
licencc or carrying on the business of retailing Spirituous In jj
qucrs lefsauantities than 20 gallons, at the lame time and th
at the {.me places, by the ofHcer» legally authorized to grant tc
fucb licnices. St
Infpeftor of the Revenue ot the firft survey g Te {
of the ot Pcnnfylvania. ac^
Offic<of lnfpeftion,at > j 3° the
Philade.pni*, 21ft July, 1796 J A civd
Just Arrived, I and
In the Snow Boftan, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li- and
verpool, ' Phi:
5000 Bulhels SALT : iaut
100 Crates QUEENS WARE ; and to t
An Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY 5 r z.
FOt SALE [h 1
On board, at Piitt-llreet wharf. Apply to
fames Campbell, or
George Latimer. ; u .t
April J9. 5 ' aid
_ . ele\
J_ 1 m ■ n c- a —— ——
the Merchants' coffec house, in Second ftreetj the
1, One thousand shares of the stock of
the North America Land Company.
If not previoully disposed of.
s Philadelphia, aothjuly. ts
application will be made for the renewal of
the following certificates, ifiued by Joseph Noiirfe, 1
Register of the Treasury, in thf name of Roger Gril me
'» wold, Esq. of Norwich, Conne<aicut—
i certificate, fix per cent domestic stock, No. 13>9°7
—datejthe 17thDecember, 179J, bearing interest from I
the firt day of January, 1791. for 1.597 dol- F
ft 1 ditto, three per cent, domestic stock, No. 10,6X2
>r —date! December 16, 1795. bearing interest from the ™
; g firft day of January, 1791, for 994 30-100 dollars.
in 1 ditto, deferred stock, No. 9,166— dated the 17th
in December, 1795, bearing interest from the firft Janu
ary., 1801, for 798 83-100 dollars. , 0 ,
Said certificates are fuppoled to hive been loft or p (
■ jitv-foine time in December or Janua y g e
71 : 'Iryp" t»i
No. J9, North Front-street.
SI, 1796. d6w. J
■ 1■ — . - ii m ' 1 ' ■ I
? Seat to be 1' Id
: 5 . and a half of land near the three I
I mue lioiieon the road leading lo Gray's gardens ind
ia ! extending wituagentle declivity from the said road to the 1
; r ; ver Schuylkill—on which are ereflsd, a convenient
ce j frame house l'uitable for a tenant, a frame bara and ftabje, I
ee : a large Brick House forty-eight feet front, two (loriet
: r " < high, a very elegant piazza fronting the river, the whole j
or breadth of the house supported with turned pillars, floor- 1
ed with cedar plank, cemmandißg an exter.five and pic-
-y turefque view of the Middle Bndge, Gray s Gardens, the I
Seat of Wm. Hamilton, Esq. the Turnpike Road and
Canal. The improvements are all new—and the ground I a
conveniently divided and inclosed by new cedar fences. 1
For urms apply at No. Ijl Market-street. I
July 17 *7' I
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old, J
in pipes and hogsheads
:et " * Claret, genuine old, in cafe 3
L Gin, in pipes, -from Holland
Earthen Ware, in crates
Basket Salt, in hog [heads
"»y Shot, Nos. 6, 7, 1 and 9
,)C Bar Lead, Red and white dry lead
the Steel, German and Russia, in barrels
Anchor , cables, junk, bunting, tacpolin canvas, I
>f a Tin plates—An invoice Stationary, by
us J»'r L.
Just Arrived
In the brig Betsey, from Jeremie, and for sale by I
the fobferi' ers. |
lzza ' Forty thousand wt. of very prime Coffee
"edti in hogftieads and bags
lilt. And, in the schooner Hope, from New Orleans.
ciel- BEEF t
: are COTTON |
rood HIDES and
i'ge- LOGWOOD.
the A liberal credit will be given for Approved Notes.
Richard and James P6tter.
W July 17. . its J( (
To be Let,
A large conventjmt three (lory Br'ck-Houfc, pi ifanr'y
situated, on the weft fide of vppo&e ■ * the
Mew-Marker.; nirtv m the occupation of Henry Ctymur
Wtlftam Bingham.
July sy. 6ti
— ——, —j -ft •
For Sale,
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut
facet, betw xa Ftont and Second Otrv'tfs,';n which
Messrs. Janeea Calbraith & Co. h'atfe fqi many years (and
now do) carried on hofineft.
Poffeflion will lit given in one month, or foonri, ' .
For terms apply to WILLIAM EELL or
April tt. j
united states, fj-
Pennsvlvania Distjuct, j
Marshal of the Fennfyfvanja DiArist, —
WHEREAS the Congress of the United it res at
the firflfeflion of the fourth Cpngrcfs, to wit} on
ihe tjvclfthday of May laftpaft, pallid an ail, to r-yai
so much of an ail, intituled •' an ad. to cftubliin ,h«
1 Judkia I. ourts of the United States", a? direitv that the
alternate lefiions o( the Circuit Court for the DiVirVti of
; Peimfyivaliia, lhalJbe holden afYorktown ; andfor other
purposes, in »he follov ing wore?, to wit.
Fourth -Con°;iv{s of the United States •
At thefirt ftffloa. beguo. and b« Id a*-thcsilsiff Phila
delphia, »u the "V'cniif. iv«rta/on Mc.ndVy, the
seventh of December, one thuufand seven hunch ea and i
nine y-fiye
a An Act to repeal so mucb of an a-ii intituled "an a<ft to
eitablifli the judicial courts of the United States", a;di
p:ifU that alternate leffions of the said circuit court or
i thediftriil of Pennf) lvama shall be lioluen at York
' town ; and for othtr pur ofes.
Se&. I. BE it enacted bytheSenats and Huufc of Re
presentatives I.f the United States of America, in Cos
y grefc aliembled, That lo much oi th, filth fcdlion of the
, acl, intitu ed «an acft to etiahlifh the judici; com sos
the United States", as directs tljat alternate sessions o. the
circuit court for the diilrift of Prnnfyivartia shall 1 ~d-en
en at Yorktown, be, and the fame is h i y d.;
and that all the leflions oi the faiei circuit Vou't t f i rom
i- and alter the palling of this aft be holden at !».e city of
Philadelphia, excepting only, when at ..ny feiWi .1 '.he
takl court, th« judges thereol fh„il riireei the Kif Xtffion,
to lit holden at Yorktown , which they are hereby autho
rized and empower, d to do, whenever it shall appear to to beneceffary.
Seit. 11. And oe it further ena&cd, That all luch pro
cess oi the fcid Court, as may have iiTued befote the pafs
ng of this ad, and all recognizances returnable, and ail
fu»ts and ether proceedings that were continued to the
said circuit court for 'lie aillricl of Pennfylvar.ia, on the
eleventh of October next, in Yorktown, fh .ll now be re
turned, frit,,,?, ~
lame «>■ , ir[ . Tr^,r . | „ nnf . rn .^ | ma y l iayc ~,, ; ce 0 {
the alteration hereby made, the Maifhal of the said dif-
T triiit is hereby required ta make the lime known, by pro
-0 lain at ion, on or before the fit P. day of Atlgufl next
r, Jonathan Dayton,
Speaker of the House of P tprvfer.c. ives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore.
Approved, May the twelfth, 1^96,
of President of the United States. '
!e, Deposited among the Rolls, in the Olliceof the Depart
rii' meai of State,
Timothy Pickering,
37 Secretary of St^te.
,m IDO HEREBY MAKE KNOWN that ail such
process of the laid court as has, or may be iflued, and all
gj recognizances returnable at Ivritmvn aforefaid, on the tie-
J, e ncntb djyuf QSlaicr next, will he returned to the Circui of
the United States,, at the City Hall, in the eity of l'hila
delphia, onTuefday the tUv.-rrtb day of Oilober pext, at
lu eleven o'clock in the forenoon, And that all ftiits and o>her
proceedings that w> re continued to the said court at York
town, will be held and continued at the said Circuit
or Court, at Philadelphia, on the fame Ele evil' day of Oc.o
---1 y ber next, of which all persons concerned are desired to
take notice, and give their attendance thereat.
GIVEN under my hand, at my office, in the Di"r el
of Pcnnfylvania, the twenty-fev.-nth day of July,
1 in the year of our Lord one thoufaiid lev.ll hun«
— I dred and ninety-fix, and of our Independence the
[J I twer.ty-finl.
-nd j Marjhal.
the I July'a 7 §iw
ient I
bje, t — -
ioie W Canal Lottery,
>°r\ nO. 1.
P', c " I ■*TTHEREAS th? State of Maryland has authorised
'j I * ' the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix thoufaftd,
all< ! 1 two hundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cutting
lUn I a Canal through the City of Walhington, from the Paj
I tomacto tht Eastern Branch H?roour.
The following; is the SCHEME of No. I.
LL- I Viz -I Prize of 20,000 dollars, 10,000
x ditto 10,000 10,000
7 lafl drawn") J>ooo 3J 000
old; | Tickets, each J
6 ditto 1,000 6,000
J 10 ditto 40s 4,000
ao ditto 100 a,OOO
SS ditto 50 4,7,50
1 J7J° d' tto 11 69,008
To be raised for the Canal, 46,250
58$0 Priz«s, lysfioo
I 11650 Blanks, not two to a prise.'
ivasj I
n j 17500 Tickets, atTen Dollars, - 175,000
A I ' ,£ Commissioners have taken the Securities re '
_v j quired by the aforefaid aft for the punctual payment of
I the prizes. t
I The drawing of this Lottery will commence, without
.e by J delay, as soon as the Tickets are fold, of which timely
I notice will be given.
>ffee I Such prizes as are not demanded in fix months after th«
I drawing is finifhed, shall be consider das relinquis"ed for
I the benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
ns * I (Signed) NOTLEY YOUNG,
its 1 Cit® of Fe ll *. tt a'