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of the Bnttetl States, % Philadelphia. Daily Advertiser.
*«»■.»»•] MONDAr *' ■
J O H N, &
Robert Jackson, Matter, ;£p,
To fail in fifteen days, "
two-thirds of her cargo en- built
•aged and ready to go on board. For freight or pafiage foun
apply to the matter on board at Wain's wharf, or to
John Donnaldfon, wK °
No. i 4 Walr.ut-Oiect.
J»iv 56e0,r ■ -
James Wickham, Mailer, gpj^
— Expend to fail in all next week,
WILL take a lew barrels on freight. Apply to, the mas
ter on board at Stamper's wharf, or to
No. »5 Walnut-street. «
Aug. 4 —iZ_
Sales of India Goods. J5
The Cargo ef the (hip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal-
Jcutta and Bengal,
A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
jf\ COTTON and SILKGOODS. -J
AMONG WHICH ARE Vjj
A variety fine worked and plain Mitjlins, jS
t>oreas, *t3*c. Also,
A Quantity of Excellent Sugar, fcl;
In boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER, r<)U ,
For Sale by dy i
W tilings %£-Jrancis,
No. rt Pen a Street. ~ ~~~ j
feme 8 i_ ~
This Animal is to be seen in High-Street, between I
the Tenth and the Eleventh-Street.
STTE will pofxtively leave Philadelphia the tenth of Sep-
Jl tember. for Baltimere, in his way to Charleston, , fH
where he will win er.
ADMITTANCE Half a Dollar—quarter of a Dollar
' The C pANORAMA, or the VIEW of the CITIES of
LONDON and WESTMINSTER,
Is to be open till the ioth of September, and the fub
jeft will then be removed to Baltimore with the ELE- ,
ADMITTANCE for the PANORAMA, \
One quarter of a Dollar.
3- —i_ ™
A well-finifhed, commodious fer
For Sale, and immediate pojjejjion given,
SITUATE on the north fide of Spruce-street. Ne. 111, —
between Fourth and Fifthilrects. 'The house, piazza
and back buildings are three stories in height, and pet iettg (n
h well adapted for the accommodation of a large fanu.y,
as thrr _..-Ui;nt\<'ilyc good rori > n3 > exclusive of twociel-
ea (jarrets. In the yard, which is neatly paved, there are bo
' two pumps ; one in a rain cistern, the other of as good At
water as any in the city i The cellars are dry and huge.
The terms of payment will be easy : a great part ot the
purchase-money in all probability may lay for years on in
tcre<K Appiy at No. 109, next dseor eastward.
July 30 2 §iW v
Philadelphia, Weft-Che tier, Strajburgh, j
Lancaster, fork and Frederick-town f
S '7 A G E S.
THE proprietors of the above Stages, return their bed
thanks to their friends and the public in general, for
the encouragement received in this line of business, and beg A 1
leave to inform the public, that they arc determined to run
their stages through from Philadelphia to Lancaster m
one day, commencing on Tuesday, the 14th July instant,
in the following manner, — viz. A St'.ge will set out on
that da-- at 4 o'clock in the mbrning, from the house ot
George Weed, Market-street, Philadelphia, and run by
the way of Weftcnefter and Strafburgh, arrive in Lancas
ter the fame evening, on Sriday morning run to Wright s
ferry and exchange palfengers with the York and Fredej
ick-town flage, return and arrive in Philadelphia on Sat
urday, and on Monday morning following, at 4 o clock,
said stage will set out from thefaid George Weed s, Phila
delphia, and arrive at Lancaster the fame evening, on
Tuesday morning at 4 o'cjack will set out from the house
of Mrs. Edwards, Lancaster, and arrive in Philadelphia
the fame evening, and will commence again on T hunday
morning following, and continue <?very week—The price
for each palTenger from Philadelphia to Lancaster is three
dollars and a half, to York, four dollars and three quar
ters, to Frederick town eight dollars, the like sums for
Ijo weight with the usual allowance of 14 lb.
gratis to each pafienger, and 5 pence a irule for all way
paflengert. 3° §4 W
Insurance comp. of the date of
The Directors have declared a dividend of sixteen dol
lars on eaeh (hare of the capital of said company, for the
last fix months which will be paid to the ftnckholders or
theii legal representatives on every day after the ioth ]
in ft ant. 1
S. W. Fijher,
v « Secretary.
Augufl: 1. . _ . . _ diot.
UNITED~SYAT ES, ? Scu
Pennsylvania District, 3 ° '
Notice is hereby given,
THAT jmffaanttd a Writ to me direited, from the ho
norable Richard Peter#, Efqoire, Judge of the Di
<lri3 Court ol the United States in and for the Pennsylva
Will be ezpofed to Sale,
at the Cuftom-Houfe. on Monday, the 15th day of Ah
-3 Bags of COFFEE
' 1 Bbl. SUGAR
1 Half do. do.
2 Do. do. TAMARINDS
} Kegs do.
1 Bags of Sugar and
3 Do. Coffee
The fame having bee* libelled against. prosecuted, and
' condemned as forfeited, in thefaid court-
WILLIAM NICHOLS, Marshal.
Marlhal's Ofuce,-3oth July, 1796.
For Sale, Freight, or Chartej-,
The Scho«»ncr 1
&gk, ANGELICA, Fort'
NE hundred and twenty tons burthen—
/ fix months o'd, a staunch, faithf'lHy- Alu
built, faftSailing vefiel, handsomely finilhed off, and well
found in every particular. For terms apply to
On board said schoOner, lying at BicUley and Bohlen's
wKerf, the firft above Market-street. \ \
WHERE THERE ARE EOR SALE,
A few half-bbh. Prime Mess Beef- -
_July_34 r „ ■ s_.
Jamaica Spirits. t!l ,
JUST arrived, and will be landed on Tuesday next, at
Stamper's wharf, a few puncheons high p/oof Jamaica
Spirits. For Sale by .. J(
James Brown, A.i
. . No. 119 South'Secoiid-ftreet.
Who offers for Sale or Charter, ° n b
M A R 1,
BURTHEN about Zoo barrels, io months
old and well found.' Aug. 3 14 C _
Or for Charter tothe Wefl'lndies,
5 I" THE SHIP X S
c E R E S,
j Philadelphia Built, pose.
OF Live Oak and Red Cedar, burthen about 3500 bir- all ca
rels, now discharging at Latimer's wharf. Thisvef- kepi
fsl is in excellent repair, well fouud- apd will bear a tho- °. ut t(
rough examination, and as soon as discharged will be rei- "^ a
dy to take in a cargo. For terms apply to
. . John Vaughan. i
July 18 S*
schooner Hope, ;
- Mksi-'&ZL. Brig Betiey.
'* THEY are fad-failing vessels, and have elegant accommo
dations. For pafiage only, apply to
Richard & James Potter,
if Au g. j § No. 8 north Front-fireet.
For Sale or Charter,
BURTHEN about aooo Bbls. of flour—(he may be sent D :n
~ to sea at a small expence, her faHs and rigging being in 0 f Si
S very good order—apply to • Carr
fames Campbell, or
, George 'Latimer. I boia
t ' April 19, , . 5
ia Just Arrived,
'S In the (hip Molly, John Frcrft, Master, from Liverpool,
\l 5000 Bushels Best fine ftoved SALT, c "£
re 003 Bulhels HOUSt CO.'iL, icfi '
,d And 118 Crates of QUEENS W ARE affartco.,, lite.
e FOR SALE BY <f*' ;
ie Philip Nicklin & Go. j
a ~ M -1 ■ N. B. THE SPID
TS for SALE or CHARTER, (he is b c
' ' years old, Philadelphia built, of white
oak, was well lalted nd carries about 42CC barieis of Flour. —
For terms apply as above.
° or This I}ay commenced Landing, V
eg At Vifflins wharf, the cargo of the Brig Lucy and Sloop 1-2
un St. Jago, from St. Jago deCuba—confiding of thr
in White and Brown Box SUGAR. hi.
Nt, MOLASSES, of an excellent quality. wit
on COFFEE. eve
of HIDES and HONEY. Also, ■*»
fa y For Sale or Charter. tlO
S The brig LUC Y, ~
ej- A stout, strong vessel, will carry a
at- ./"A. bout 1100 barrels, and may go co ' 1
ck, sea with a very small etpenfe. J
:1a- The above will be fold f«r cath or approved notes. Rt
on Samuel Emery, w "
" fe No. 64, foutb Second-street. _
lay July 37. 79 6 - - d - f : - th
r a e r t From on bsard the Nancy, William Belclier, maT- ~
f or ter, from Bourdeaux, a cargo, confiding of— 1
lb. 360 Hhds. CHOICE CLARET, D
vay 2 , 2 Cases of 24 bottles each CLAR.ET, a ,
2 36 do. of 24 do. white Wine,
BRANDY, SWEET OIL, and ft
1 TRUNK of RIBBONS, la
— For Sale by
of F. Coppingei.
Joly 23. dtf.
doi- " For Sale,
the \ Three flory BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chernut j
sor jL\ street, between Front and Second streets, in which e .
roth Messrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and r
now do) carried on business. si
PofTeflion will be given in one month, or sooner. a
For terms apbly t© WILLIAM BELL, or h
r- HECTOR CALBRAITH. i,
April 41. § e
: " Wm. HOLDERNESSE, 1
No. 16 High Street,
HAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and c
the East Indies, a well feleftcd assortment of Silk
l>i- Mercury, Linen Drapery and Habertialherv Goods; which
>'lva- he w ;n wholesale and Retail, on the lowest terms ;
AMONGST WHICH ARE,
Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and (fiver .
Ah- Superfine Book, Jaconet, and Mulmul ditto
jj 0 do do do Handkerchiefs
Some extra black taffctiesjuteftringsand colored Pcrfians
Long and Ihort Nanketns
English Mantuas of the firft quality
Damaflc table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hosiery, an elegant assortment
, and Thead and cotton do
Umbrellas —gre«i iilk, oil'ddo. and do cloth
a!. French cambrics, very fine
lri(h Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 §
Just Arrived P£N>
Inth brig Betsey, from Jeremie, and for sale. by IN T
the fubicriweis. » w n-
Forty thousand wt. of very prune Lottee b
And, in &.s schooner Hope, from New Orleans. A
I BEEF r j
1111 and i*:c twe
LOGWOOD. f:. mu.
A Witral credit will be given for Approved Not«s. j u^iciß
and ; James Potter.
i? T ;%
Just Arrived, Att ,
In the Snow Boftou, James Kivkpatrick,"mafter from Li-
« vtrpool, f event l
5000 Rufhels SALT ; nine'Y
Ido Crates QUEENS WARE; and r An A<s
An AlTortnient of SHIP C HANDLE It Y ; tid
' r- F o R s A L E j e &
On board, at Pine-street wharf. Apw'y to the <
fames Campbell, or tow.
George Latimer. i> pr^
, s April V). ' grefs a
DUTY ON CARRIAGES.
Notice is hereby Given, en at
THAT agreeably to an afl of Cocgtefs of the Umlcd and th
States of Amcrica, passed at Philadelphia, the 281b day. , n d as
of May, 1796 ; laying duties on Carriages, fer the convey-
ance of peTloris, and repeating the'former acts for that pin- said cc
pose.—That there Ihall be levied, collected and paid, upon, tQ be
r- all carriages for the conveyance of persons, which lhad be 1 r j zg( j
f. kept by or for any person, for his or her own ute, or to st them ,
0 _ out to hire, or for ihc conveying of passengers, the feveial du
j. ties and rates following, to wit. cess o
For and upon every Coach, 15 dols. 0 J
upon every Chariot, 12 dols. r . s
opon every Poll Chariot, n dolii
run _ , ism c
«oon every Ph»e»on, with or without top, 9 dols ekver
upor) every Coachee, 9 dols. tdrne
upon other Carriages, having panne i work above,, lame
* witb blinds, glasses or curtjins, 9 dols. witne
upon four wheel carriages, having iramed pods and til.: al
top) with llsel fpiings, 6 dols. triCt
upon four wheel top Carriages, with wooden or iron t \ anxi
springs or jacks, 3 dots.
°" upon curricles with tops, 3 dols.
upon chaifcs with fops, 3 dols.
upon chairs with tops, 3 dolS.
upon sulkies with tops, 3 dols. A .
— upon other two wheel top carriages, 3 dols. t
upon two tfheel cartiage.-, with ftcel of ifOn fprtngs,
3 do,s- j 1 ru
For and upon all other two wheel carnages, 2-oo.s.
upon every four wheel carriage, having Iramed po is meat
and tops, and reltiug upon wooden spars, 2 4°»
The Colhftors of the Revenue of the nrft survey ot the
;nt Di.lnct of Pennsylvania, will attend daih ( until the 30th day j
in of September next, for the purpose of.reci ing ibe duties on
Carriages, at No. 117, in Race or Saffafraa street, in the City ~e c
ot Philadelphia, at the house of Daniel S. Clatr, E(q in the
County of Montgomery! and at the house of Abraham Du. the T
bois, Esq. in the County of Bucks; ot which all persons pot
fcifed ot such Carriages are defued to vake notice. c/«*p
Notice is also given, J proc<
I TO all retail dealers in Wir.es, and foreign diddled (pin- town
tupus liquors, that licences will be granted to them i one li Cout
1 , ccnc lor carrying or. the business ot retailing of mes, in a her
tc<s«.iaatstt, or in. less Quantities than 30 gallons—and one take
licence for carr\i«g on the business df retailing Spirituous li
qaori in Jcls qualities than so gallons,at the fame time and
at the tame places, by tile offictri legally authored to grant 1
loch licences. „
Infpcftor of the Revenue of the hi ft survey
f ,f the diltri&of Pennfjlvania.
s i Office of Infpe£lion,at f
"" e Philadelphia 21ft I"lv, 1796 S ! Jl
)Ur. — — : ' 11 7
Twenty Dollars Reward.
— \T fAS STOLEN," lafl evening, ffotn the pasture of the \
W fubferiber, a black Rockingham GELDING, 15 I _
Dop 1-2 hands high, has i star, and some white under his I
1 throat, (the part being formerly chafed) ;has a leather on j
liis neck, the mane on the near fide, his foot-locks fretted j
with a clog, and is a horse of much bone dud size. Who- |
ever secures him with the Chi'ff, (hall have the above re- |
ward, or for the Horse atone a very generous cortipenfa-
don J»HN LAWRENCE.
TAKE NOTICE, >
oto T'HAT application will be made for the renewal of J_
J. the following certificates, issued by Jofepb Nourft,
Register of the Treasury, in the name of Roger Grit
wold, Esq. of Norwich, Conneflicut—
1 certificate, fix per cent domestic stock, No. 13,907
f dated the 17th December, 1795, bearing interest from V
—- the firft day of January, 1791, for 1,597 65-100 dol- ]
1 ditto, tWe's per cent, dameftic stock, No. 10,682 nal
r —dated December 16, I79i> bearing interest from the
firft dav of January, 1791, for 994 30-100 dollars. —
1 ditto, deferred stock, No. 9,l66—dated the. 17th 1
December, 1795, bearing interest from the firft Jann- j
ary, 1801, for 798 83-100 dollars.
Said certificates are fuppoled to hive been lolt or T
stolen m this eitv fotne time in December or Janua;y I V
1 " tw
JOSEPH THOMAS, » 1
N0.59, North Front-street. j tOl
. Philadelphia, July 21, 1796. d6w. I
— A Country Seat to be fold
ABOUT t'even acres and a half of land near the three I
mile ftoneon the road leading to Gray's gardens and 1
vhich extending witfiagentle declivity from the said road to the I
(and r i V er Schuylkill^—on which are ere&ed, a convenient I
frame house suitable for a tenant, a frafne barn and stable, I
a large Brick House forty-eight feet front, two.stories
high, a very elegant piazza fronting the river, the whole j
H. breadth of the house supported with turned pillars, floor- I
§ ed with cedar plank, commanding an extensive and pic- I
turelque view of the MidJle tiridge, Gray s Gardens, the 1
j Seat of Wm. Hamilton, Esq. the ; Turnpike Road and I
Canal. The improvements are all new—and the ground 1
j coaveniently divided and inclofcd by new cedar fences. I
C SHk or terms a pp!y I S I Market-street.
which J»'y *7. e— - 7 — I
ns ; ' FOR SALE, T
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old, I d
f * VCr in pipes and-hoglheads 1 111
Clat-et, genuine old, in cases
rfians Gin, in pipes, ftom Holland I d
Earthen Ware, in crates j t
Balket Salt, in hoglheads
Shot, Nos. 6, 7, 1 and 9
Ear Lead, Red and white dry lead
Steel, German and Rufiia, inbarreh
Anchors, cables, junk, bunting, tarpolin canvas, I
Tin plates—An invoice Stationary, by
THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND. I
§ July ?9 I s S
fcf ■ •
UNITED STATES, \
PiNNir.kvAKIA DISTRICT, J
IN THE NAME ANli 14 Y THE AUTHORITY
OF THE UNITED STATES,
By Ur IL Llsi M NICHOLS,
Mirlhal of the Pennfylvaaia Diiiriit, —
AFROCLA M A T I O N.
WHERKA3 tke Congrtfs qf the United States, at
the firflljeiiipn of the fouj tk CongrtiV, to wit, on
foe twelfth day of May Life past, pA'ffcd an a& v to rc£££t
To much of an s-H, intituled " Mtu& to eftei/'ifti-*/•«
Judicial Courts of die Unii.od &a directs tfcat tbi
aitsmatefefliors 01 the Circuit. tfovi* J»r.th*UU:u<& ,
PenEi"; Ivania, ihaii beWdtn at Yorluowu,; and for .
purpofcs, ill foikwing-words, to wit.
Fj>cfth Qocgrsf* of the United States (
At thef.rll ftffion, begun and held at the city of PhiTa
ddphia, in thi Stale Of P'enuMviaia. on Monday, the
seventh of December, «ne thuuiarid feyen hundred and
nine' y five.
An A<st to repeal fomucb of an aft, intituled "an
ci-iblilh the judicial courts of the United Str.tes", as di
reifts tliat alternate fclTlonS of the circuit coort for
the diftrift of Pennsylvania (hall be holden at York
town ; and for other purjofes.
Sefl. I. BE it cnactcd by the Senate and Hcufc of Re
presentatives of the United States of America, in Con
gress aflcrr.blcd, That so much of the fifth fedtion o£ the
afl, intituled "an a<S to establish the judicial courts of
the United States", asdiredls that alternate fcflions of the
circuit court for the diftriiS of Pennsylvania lhail be hold
en at Yorktown, be, and the Cune ,i? hereby repealed ;
1 anjd thu» all the feffionsof the said circuit court lhall, frpth
Y- and after the paffirg of this act, be holdcß at the city cf
' Philadelphia, excepting only, when at any fefiion- of the
" said eotyt, the judge? thereof lhail direA the next feflion
:1 ; to be holden at Yorktown , which they are hereby autlio
c rized am! empowered to do, whenever it shall appear to
them to be neccflary.
11. Atid be it further etiaSed, That all such pro
cess of the said court, as may have issued before the pac
ing of this a<sl, and all recognizances returnable, and all
fu.ts and other proceedings that were coqtinucd to the
fakl circuit court for the district of Peimfrlmnia, on the
' eleventh dt' Oilober next, in V.aiuewn, (hall now be re
tdrned, and held continued, to the fame court, on the
r,| fame day, at Philadelphia. And to the end that suitors,
witnelfes, add all orhers toncerncd, may kave notice of
d the alteration hereby made, the Maifhal of the said dif
tridt is hereby required to make the fame known, by pro
,n «lamat:on, on or before the Srfl day of Auguil next.
Speaker of the House of P eprefentatives.
Preudent of the Senate, pro tetripor*.
Approved, May the twelfth, 1796,
;s , George Washington,
President of .the United State?.
Dipofited among the Rolls, in the OHiceof the Depattr
Us meat of State,
ls Timothy Pickering,
" e Secretary of State.
J y I DO HEREBY MAKE KNOWN that all such
process of the said court as has, or may be issued, and a)l
recognizances vetut nable at Yorl.tnun afprefaid, on the Je
ventl day nf ORutcr ntxt, will be returned to the Cll edit of
the United States, attheC'ity Hall,'in the city of Phila
delphia, oh Tutfday, the ileytnih day of October next,' at
elive.io'clock in the forenoon, And.that all fnitsand other
proceedings that wrc cantinued to the iaid court at ,Yorf
ri- '.owri, will be held and continued at the said Cirev'it
li Court, at Philadelphia, on the (ama EU° enti day of Ofto
-1 a her next,- of which all pcrforis concerned are defirsd to
ric take notice, and give their attendance thereat.
GIVEN under my hand, at my office, in the
n of Psr.nfylvar.ia, the twenty-seventh of July,
"" 111 the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
dred and ninety-fix, and of our Independence the
ey | WILLIAM NICHOLS,
; July 47 §2nr
Asjheton and James Humphreys,
• CON V/i V A N C E R S,
his I T TAVE Removed their office to No. 61, Walnut-flreet,
A~A. next door but two to the corner of Dsck-flreet,
ted I w^ere a " INSTRUMENTS IN WRITING are drawn at
ho _ I a moderate charge, with care, .accuracy and difpa^ch.—
rc _ I They likewise buy and fell Real Estates upon commif
f_ fioris, and procure Money upon. Lo ui on good security.—
The buGnefs of an ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTA
' RY PUBLIC is also tranfa&ed at the said office is usual
— by ASSHETON HUMPHREYS.
N.B. Good Notes discounted.
lof J uly s " eo^w
rfe, I i
I Prime R'ice.
907 I .
om One Hundred Tierces of Prime Rice,
dol- I Just arrived iu the brig Welcome Return, from Savaa
-682 nah, forfale by FOOTMAN & CO.
the I Aug. 6 5
Washington Canal Lottery,
t or I T"T THEREAS the State of Maryland has authorised
ja;y I VV the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix thousand,
I twohundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cutting
I a Canal through the City of Washington, from th cPo
1 tomacto theEallern Branch Haruour.
v - I The following is the SCHEME of No. I.
Viz -I Prize of 20,000 dollars, 20,000
ICI I I ditto' 10,000 10,000
three I 7 last drawn ">
sand Tickets, each j *> 000 35,000
a the I 6 ditto 1,000 6,000
nient 1 10 ditto 400 4,000
able, I io ditto XOO 4,c00
ories J5 ditto JO 3,75 a
fhole I J7JO ditto 12 69,008
loor- I •To be raised for the Canal, 26,2,50
s/tht I jßjo Prizes, 17J,0c0
, and I ii6jo*Blanks, not two to a prize.
ound I —•
:es. I 17500 Tickets, at Ten Dollars, - 175,000
I «3p The Contmiffioners have taken the Securities ra>
*7t I quired by the aforefaid ad for the pun&ual payment of
I the prizes.
I The drawing ef this Lottery will commence, without
s eld, I delay, as soon as the Tickets ar/ fold, of which timely
I notice will be given.
j prizes-as are not demanded in fix monthsafter tin
| drawing is finilhed, (hall be considered as relinquilhcd for
j tha benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accoifii.igly.
(Signed J NO'I LEY YOUNG,
DANIEL CARROLL, cfD.
mvaS) 1 W M. M. DUNCANtiON,
*D. I JAMES BARRY.
ij j City of Wa!hir£ton, Feb. 11. 5