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& Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
Y , If WEDNESDAT EVENING, AUGUST to, 3796. [Volvm* X.
— ; : ; ~ T-.a , UNITED STATES, ") nr
JU3T arrived, will be landei on Tuesday n xi, at
Stamper's wharf, a' few puhcheocs high'p'roof Jamaica
■Spirits. F° r Sale b y ®
James Brown, A
4 No. 119 South SecooH-ftreet. y*
Who offers for Sale or Charter, thi
r*""[V_ "i'i.c Brig po
M A R 2, «
fc* / '-£j, BURTHBN about 800 .barrelv-ia- months- '
old •vil' 4t __
James Wickham. Matter,. ||j
Expc«sled t.O fail in all next week, J
WIl L take a tew barrels on freight. Apply to she mas- bo
ter 00 board at Stamper*s wh*rf, or to foi
No. 2? Walnut-ftrect.
* ~ ~ " —
• For Boston,
Joseph Mathe«s, Matter,
A stout, (launch vessel—will positively fail on ?atur,
day nert, and will take freight on very low terms. %
Enquire of the matter on board at Hodge s wharf.
Aug;- 8 ... —.— —— J
A well-finiftied, commodious q
house . fe 0 *
1 For Sale, and immediate pojfejion -given, ™
SITUATED the north fide of Spruce-ftsjcet, No. vtt,
between Fourth and fifth streets. Thelwufe, piarra
and back buildings are three (lories in height, end pet fedtj
ly well adapted for the accommodation of a large family,
as they contain twelve good rooms, exclusive of two ciel
ed garrets. In (he yard, which is neatly paved, there are
two pumps ; one in a rain cittern, the other of as good
water as any in the city i The cellars are dry and large.
The terms of payment will be easy : a great part ol tire —
purchase-money in all probability may lay for years Qn n>
tereft. Apply at No. 109, next deor eattw ard.
July 3° s^--—-
Philaaelphia, Weft-Che far, Strajburgh,
LancaHer, fork and Frederick-town
THE proprietors of (he sbove Stages, return their best
JL thanks to Uieir friends and the public in general, for |
the encouragement received in this line of bufinefs.andbeg
y leave to inform the public, that they are determined to run -
their stages through from Philadelphia to Lancaster in (o
one day, commencing on Tuesday, the 14th July mttant, v;
in tl)e following manner, —vix. A JJtage willfet out on
that day at 4 o'clock in the morning, from the house ol
George Weed, Market-street, Philadelphia, and run by
the way of Weftcnefter and Strafburgh, arrive in Lancas
ter the fame evening, on Friday morning run to Wright's -
terry and exchange pzffengars with the York and Fredej
ick-town stage, return and arrive in Philadelphia on Sat
urdav, antkon Monday mormyjjallOwinff. at 4 o'clock, _
said Sue willfet TuTfrofiithelwdOeorgeWteir*, rtrtta-■ 5
delphia, and arrive at I-aucader the fame evening, on <w
Tuesday morning at 4 o'clack wUI set out from thc house
*0f Mrs. Edwards, Lancaster, and arrive 111 Philadelphia
the fame evening, and will commence again oil Thsrfday
morning following, and continue every week—The price
for each passenger from Philadelphia to Lancaster » three
dollars and a half, to York, fptir dollars find three quar
ters, to Frederick town eight dollars, the like sums for
I to'weight baggage, with thi usual allowance of T4 lb. „
gratis to each passenger, and 5 pence a mile for all way oi
, passengers. 30-§4W F '
John R eilly,
George Weed. A
7'his Animal is to be seen in High-Street, between
the Tenth and the Eleventh-Street.
HE will positively leave Philadelphia the tenth of Sep
tember, for Baltimore, in his Way to Charleston,
where he will win'er.
ADMI CTANCE Half a Dollar—quarter of a Dollar
' for Children.
'I he PANORAMA, or the. VIEW of the CITIES of ■
LONDON and WESTMINSTER,
Is to be open till the roth of September, and the fuh
jea will then be removed to Baltimore With die ELE
ADMITTANCE for the PANORAMA,
One quarter of a Dollar.
August 3. _ H
UNITED STATES, 7
P<£nns ri va nia Dismicr, 5
Notice is hereby given,
THAT pursuant to a Writfo me direfled, from the ho- .
iiorable Richard Peters, Esquire, Judge of the Di-'
stria Court of the United States in and far the Pennfylva- £
nia Diitria, 3
. ' Will be exposed to Sale,
at the Custom-House, on Monday, the 15th day of Au
gust, ) 3 Bags of COFFEE
I Bbl. SUGAR
1 Half do. do.
2 Do. do. TAMARINDS
% Kegs do.
« • a Bags of Sugar and
, 3 Do. Coffee
Th? fame having beta libelled against. profeeuted, and
condemned as forfeited, in thefaid court*
WILLIAM NICHOLS, Marshal.
Marshal's Office, 30th July, 1796. '
-T-.HAT application u ill be rpade for thr renew»l<of 1 f
X the following certificates, iffired by Joftph Nourfe,
Kegifter of the Treofury, iu the name ot" Roger O/il
wold, Esq. of Norwich, ConneiSicUt—
1 certificate, fix per cent domestic (lock, No. 13,907
—dated the 17th December, 1795, bearing interest from
the firft day of January, 1791, for 1,597 65-'°° dol
-1 ditto, thre« per cent, domestic flock, No. 10,68)
r-d itad December 16, 1795, bearing interest from the
firft day of January, 179J, for 994 30-100 dollars.
1 ditto, deferred stock, No. 9,166 —dated the 17th
December, 1795, bearing interest from the firft Janu
ary, ißol> for 798 83-100 dollars.
Said certificates are fuppoied to liave been loft or
fto'en in this otv some time in December or January
No. 59, North Front-street.
' Philadelphia, July 21, 1796- ,
t The ftip I 'h
1 Catharine, f
John Fahraday, Mafitr,
v'-yfirft T'WO thirds of her cargo Will be on |
board this week. The remaining I
third.wi!l be taken on freight if offered soon, as she will 1
positively fail in all next week. A few passengers can be j
well accommodated. For terms of freight" of patfage, 1
apply to the captain on board at Mr. Thaddle's wftarf, or I
> to , i JOHN CRAIG,
AUgi 8 § No. 12 Dock-llreet. 1
For Sale,' Freight, or Charter,
The Scho«ncr I
hundred and twenty tons burthen — I
Jjp£|gsyj £l x old, a staunch, faithfully- I
- built, vessel, handsomely finilhed off, and Well I
found in every particular. terms apply to I
w , B. RHODES, } c
On board said schooner, lying at Bickley and Bohjcn's 1
•wharf, the firft above Market-street.
Where there are for sal*,.
A few half -bbls. Prime Mess Beef,
34 _ _ §_
For Sale, ;i
Or for Charter tothe WeH-lndies,
c k h k"e s,
g Live Oak and Red Cedar, burthen about 3500 bar- J
rels, now discharging at Latimer's wharf, rhisver-l
' (elis in excellent repair, wellfouud-and will bear a tlw>- I
rough examination, and as soon as difchafged wiH be tea- I
' «ly to take in a cargo. For terms apply to J
!' t John Vaughan.
tg July 18 §_
?• For JEREMIE, |,
S The schooner Hope, ,
» Brig Bet ley. |
THEY are fall-failing veflels, and have elegant accommo- I c
dations. For paflage only, apply t® j >
~ Richard & James Potter, 1
Aug. 5 § No. 8 north Front-llreet. I .
For Sale or Charter,
•ft the snow
■g 4M BOSTON,
in , | f
BURTHEN about 1000 Bbls. of flour—lke may be tent I ;
111 to sea at a small erpetice, her fails and rigging being in I j
very good order—apply to i
o" fames Campbell, or '
>y George Latiiher.
i' s April 29, § I
j- Juil Arrived,
In the Ihip Molly, John F'Oft, Matter, from Liverpool. I
5000. Hnrti<?la Best fine ftoved SALT,
,n 600 HOU"iE COAL, 1
fe And r»BCrates of QUEENS WARE afforif <:.,
ia FOR SALE BY
»y Philip Nicklin & Co.
" -v - N. B. THE SAID
- Shi P MOLLY,
or TS for SALE or CHARTER, (he is 5
tb. A years old, Philadelphia built, of Mfhite I
ay oak, was well failed »-nd carries about 4800 barrels of Flour. I
For'terms apply as above.
July 83 dtf I
This Day commenced Landing,
_ At V ifflins wharf, the cargo of the Brig Lucy and Sloop I
St. JagO.fromSt. JagodeCuba—confining of
White and Brown Box SUGAR.
en MpLASSpS, of an excellent quality.
■p- HIDES and H6NEY. Also,
, For Sale or Charter.
lar The brig LUC Y, . I
A ft°ut, strong vessel, will carry a- I
xV- bout HCO barrels, and may go to j
r 1 with a very small expense.
J V lite above will be fold for calh or approved notes.
,E " Samuel Emery,
■ No. 64, south Second-street. I
July ay, 796. dtf.
L For HAMBURGH,
f -jTyi^y'Robert Jackson, Mailer, I
' lo " To fail in fifteen days,
Di-' *"^^ k -*^* two-thirds of her cargo en- I
va- • gaged and ready to j-o on board. For freight or paflage I
apply to the matter oir board at Wain's wharf, or to
u " No. 24 Walnut-lhcet.
July it. ■ §Scots
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut 1
street, between Front and Second streets, in which
Meffls. James G»lbraith & Co. have for many year» (and
now dp) carried on business.
811 PoflefUon will be given in one month, or sooner.
For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, or
'• HECTOR CALBRAITH.
_ April 21. 5
los Wm. HOLDERNESSE, |
rfe, No. 76 High Street,
}j-ij TTAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and
XJL the East Indies, a well feledled affortmcnt of S.'k
o 0 - Mercery, Linen Drapery and Haberdalhery Goods; which
•om he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, on the lowed terms ;
Jpj, AMONGST WHICH ARE,
(•o Some sins India muslins embroidered with gold and fiiver
f | lc Superfine Book, Jacnnet, and Mulmul ditto
Do do do do Handkerchiefs
' 1 Someextrablack taffetiee,lut«ftringsand colored Persians
' Bandano Handkerchiefs
lliu " Loug and (hort Nankeens
Englilh Mantuas of the firft qnahty
? r Damaflc table linen and naphins, very fine
ia -y Silk Hofitry, an elegant aflbrtmsnt
The*'' and cotton do
Umbrellas—green silk, oil'd do. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
v. IrUb Linens, do. &c. Sic. June 14 §
Just Arrived | U p'
In th brig Betsey, from Jeremie, and for sale by in
the fvblcriWers. * 1
Forty thousand wt. of very prime Coffee
in hoglhead&and bags
And, in the fchoener Hope, from New Orleans.
IUDES and ..'
\ LOGWOOD. ,!
h liberal credit will be given fier Approved Notes. 1 j u jj
Richard and James Potter. 1 I altel
I*r»- ■ : ; OL p p s;
In the Snow BoftUn, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li- I
vis pool, [/ |
<000 Bulheli SALT ; ' I .
100 Crates MTEENS WARE ; and
An Aflbitment of SHIP CHANDLERY i e]
F O R S A L E | r(
On board, at Pind-ftreet wharf. Apply to I t)
fames Campbell, or | t<
George Latimer. J pr ®
April »9- * I pre!
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old, I '
in pipes and hogffleads I en
Claret, genuine old, in cases I an( j
Gin, in pipes, from Holland sn( )
Earthen Ware, iterates I phi
Basket Salt, in hoglheads said
Shot, Nos. 6, 7,' 1 and 9 I to 1
Bar Lead, Red and white dry lead j riz<
Steel, German and Russia, in barrels J the
Anchors, cables, junk, bunting, tarpfthn canvas, I £
Tin plates—An invoice Stationary, by | cef
THOMAS & JOHN ing
Jiei - r —„ S
Twenty Dollars Reward.
WAS STOLEN, lad evening, from the pasture of the
fubrcriber, a black Rockingham GELDING, 15 I
1-2 hands high, has a star, and some white under his j
throat, (the part being formerly chafed) ;has a leather on I
his neck, the mane on the near fide, his foot-locks fretted I .
with a 1 clog, and i* a horse of much bone and size. Who- 1
ever secures him with the thief, Ihall have the above re- I
ward, or for the Horse alone a very generous compenfa- I
tion. JQHN LAWRENCE.
Inly 7 eo * w I
DUTY ON CARRIAGES.
Notice is hereby Given,
agreeably- to ao aft of Coogrefa of the U/»rcd
Stales of America, palled at Philadelphia, the «Brb day I
of Mav, 1796 ; laying duties on Carriages, far the convey- J
ance of perlons, and repealing the former acts for that pur- I
oofe.—That ihere fhalt be levied, collected and paid, upon I pn
all carriages for the conveyance of persons, which (hall be I rec
kept by or for tny person, for his or her owl die, or to let I vn
out to hire, or for the conveying of paffengeri, the several du- I
ties and rates following, to wit. | de
For and upon every Coach, 15 dols. I e / £ •
upon every Chariot, 12 dols. I p r
upon every Poll Chariot, 11 dolt< I » Q ,
upon every Post Chaise, ildols. I"p f
nprt" riuc (jj) v wiik .vr w iiKout lop, 90°" I
upon every Coachee, 9 doss. I
upon other Carriages, having panne 1 work aobve, I
with blinds, glaffesor curtains, '9 dols. j
upon four wheel carriages, having framed polls artd I
top 3 with steel springs, 6 dols. !
upon four wheel top Carriages, with w.oden or uon I
springs or jacks, j dols.
Upon curricles with tops, 3 dols*
4 upon chaises with lops, 3 dols. f
upon chair* with tops, 3 dols.
ujon talkies with tops, 3 dels.
upon other two wheel top carriages, 3 dols. I —
upon two wheel tarriagej, with steel or iron springs, I
For and,,upon all other two wheel carriages, » ool», n I _
upon every four wheel carriage, naviog framed poits I I
and tops, an<J refliug upon wooden spars, a dftls. I 1
The Collcftors of the Revenue of the firft survey 01 the w
Dillriftof PennfyWania, will attend daily, until the 30th day I a
of September next, for the purpose of receiving the duties on X
Carriages, at No. 117.in Race or Saffafrai street, in the City I
tff Philadelphia, at the house of Daniel S. Clair, Efq in the j -p
County of Montgomery; and at the house of Abraham Du- R
bois, Esq. in the County of Bucks; of which all persons pol • j
felled of such Carriages are desired to take notice.
Notice is also given, j
TO aM retail dealers in Wines 'nd foreign diflilled spin- I
t6ous liquors, that licentes will b? granted to them ; one ll I
cence for carrying on the business of retailing of Wines, in a I
lef| quantity, or in less quantities than 30 gallons—and one I
licence for carrying on the bufiuels of retailing Spirituous ll- j /
qaors in less quantities than ao gallons, at the fame time and I
at the fame p the officers legally authorized to grant
such licences, I 11
~ WILLIAM NICHOLS,
Infpeflor of the Revenue of the firft survey I -
of the diflrift of Pennsylvania.
Office of Infpefltoii, at ?
Pbila3elphia, sift July, 1796. > . I
: A number «f Shares of- the 6tock of the Bank of the t
United Sttttes, for sale. I a
Enquire of the Cafcier of the said Bank. . j t
AUg-9 2L- j
A Partner with a small capital to unite in the business j
of a Mill and Diftillerj in Virginia. Inquire of
1 the Printer. Aug. 9 § IW I
From on board the Nancy, William Belcher, maf-1
ter, from Bourdeaox, a cargo, confining of— I
360 Hhds. CHOICE CLARET,
.232 Cafe# of 14 bottles each CLARET,
286 do. of 24 do. WHITE WINE,
BRASSY, SWEET OIL, and
j i TRUNK of RIBBONS, I
t For Sale by j
* ,F. Coppinger.
July 23. dtf- I
r FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
RAN away frorrt the fubferibet living near Church I
Hill.Qu''en 4ftns'County in the State of Maryland' I
about the firit of January laft,ablack negro man, named I
Sam, about thirty years of age, .; feet 8 or 9 inches high, j
has a crooked finger on one hand, and one leg'and foot I
fmallerthan the other, fomcwhat rOund-fhbuldered, his I
cloathing unknown. Any person who will secure «r |
bring said fellow home, so that 1 may get him again lhall I
have the above reward with reifonable charges. 1
WILLIAM JACOBS. I
I June 4. "la-.ram, 1
UNITED STATES, /r
Pennsv LVANiA'DimucT, J
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY
OF THE UNITED STATES,
By ir ILL IA M NIC HOLS,
Marshal of the Pennsylvania Diftrifi, —
XTTHEREAS the Cengrcfs of the United States, at
VV the firfl session of the fourtj Congrtfs, to wit, on
I ihe twelfth rfaj of May last pail, piffini an ail, to repeal
[so much of M} aft, inti'aled " an a$ to eftabliffi th«
I judicial Coorts ef the Uhitea Sfate»", as di're& 9 that the
alternate sessions of the Circuit Court for the Diltri& q£
Pennsylvania, (hall be holden at Yorktown ; and for ether
purposes, in the follov ing words, to wit.
Fourth Corigrefs of the United States :
I At the firfl feffioh, begun and held at the city of Phila
-1 delphia, in the State of Pennsylvania. on Monday, the
I feverith W December, ons thousand seven hundred and
I An A& to repeal so mucb of an a ft, intituled " an a<ft t»
I eftablifli the judicialcourts of the United States", asdi-
I rests that alternate sessions of the said circuit court ior
the diftriit of Pennsylvania (hall lis holden at Y»rk-
I town ; and for other pur, ofes.
Sed. I. BE it enabled by the Senate and House of Re-
I prefentatives of the United States of America, in C6»-
I grefs assembled, That so much of the fifth fedtion of the
1 a<S, intituled "an adl to establish the judicial courts of
I the United States", asdirefts that alternate sessions of the
I circuit court for the diftrid of Pennsylvania lhail be hold-
I en at Yorktown, be, and the fame is hereby repealed ;
1 and that all the sessions of the laid circuit court fha.ll, from
I and after the palling of this a<st, be holden at the city of
I Philadelphia, excepting? only, when at any session of the
I said court, the judges thereof (hall direil th« next session
I to be holden at Yorktown , which thdy are hereby autfto
j rized and empowered to do, whenever it (hall apptar t«
I thenvro heneceffary.
I SeA, 11. And be it further enafled, That all such pro
[ cess of the said court, as may have issued before the pass-
I ing of this &<X, and all recognizances returnable, and all
I fitstft ami other proceeding!) that were continued to ,th« • 1
I said circuit court for the diftriA of Pennsylvania, on the
I eleventh of October next, in Yorktown, Ihall now bere-
I turned, and held continued, to the fame court, on the
I fame day, at Philadelphia. And to the end that suitors,
I witnesses, and all others concerned, may have notice of
I the alteration hereby made, the Mailhal of the said dip-
I tridl is hereby required te make the fame known, by pre-
I clam at ion, on or before the firft day of Aiguft next.
Speaker »f the House of R eprefelitatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore.
I Approved, May the twelfth, 1796,
President of the United States'.
I Deposited air,org the Rolls, in the Office of the Dcpaifr
-1 I meet of State,
< I Timothy Pickering,
■ I Secretary of Stite.
I DO HEREBY MAKE KNOWN, that all iuch
* I process of the said court as has, or may be issued, and ..11
" L recognizances retcYiraJle at Yorhwn afori&id, on the eU
-1 I ventb day of Otttier next, will be returned to the Circuit of
• [ theljpited States, atthiCity Hall, in the city of Jhila- •
I dolphin, onTuefday, the eleventh day of O&ober next, Ft
I tl.-veno'clock in the forenoon, "And that all l'aits and oilier
| proceedings that w. continued iu ihenCafd court at York-
I town, will be held and centinoed at the said Circuit
LZCourt, at Philadelphia, on the fame ElneiJt day of Oilo
| tcer of wHich all persons concenlj'd art JfirrtcTTa
■ • 1 tajte notice, and give their attendance thereat.
GIVEN under niy hand, at my office, in the District
i I of Psriufylvania, the twenty-seventh day of July,
I ih the year of our Lord one thousand seven hifn
n I dred and ninety-fix, and of our Independence the
I July 27 Siw
5 ' Asjheton and James Humphreys
Is TTAVE removed their office to No. 61, Walnut-llreet,
1. I IX next door but two to the"porner of Deck-llreet,
«e where all INSTRUMENTS IN WRITING are drawn at
iy I a moderate charge, with care, accuracy and dispatch.—
in They likewise boy and fell Resfl Estates upon commif
lY I fions, and procure Money upon Loan on good fecuritv.
,e I The bufmefs of an ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTA
i' RY PUBLIC is also tranfadled at the said office as usual
by ASSHETON HUMPHREYS.
| N.B. Good Notes discounted.
I July 5- eo6w
U Prime Rice.
M j One- Hundred Tierces of Prime Rice,
nt I Just arrived in the brig Welcome Return, from Savan-
I nah, far sale by FOOTMAN & CO.
Aug. 6 c
Waflungton Canal Lottery,
I 'TTrHEREAS the State of Maryland has authorised
I VV the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix thousand,
I two hundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cutting
I a Canal through the City of Waffiington, from th tPo ;
I tomac to theEaftern Brlnch Haruour.
— I The following is the SCHEME of No. I.
I Viz -I Prize of 20,000 dollars, 10,000
I 1 ditto 10,000 10,000
£ f s I 7 last drawn ">
°f j Tickets, each j 35»0°0
6 ditto 1,000 6,00 a
jo ditto 400 4,000
I 40 ditto, xoo a,oo®
I JJ ditto jo 1,750
J J 750 ditto l» 69,008
To be raised for the Canal, 26,150
5850 Prizes, I7Ji°oo
I J1650 Blanks, not two to a prize.
17J00 Tickets, at Ten Dollars, - 175,000
j The Commissioners have taken the Securities r»J
I paired by the aforefaid aS for the puniSual payment of
I the frizes,
f. 1 The drawing of this Lottery will commence, withouE
— | delay, as soon as the Tickets ace fold, of which timely
, . I notice will be given.
rch 1 Suchprizes 'as are not demanded in fix months after th*
|]( j, j drawing is finilh'ed, (hall Be confidercd a» relinquished for
j I the benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
«T (SigT'cdj NOTLEY YOUNG,
DANIEL CARROLL, »/D.
v i 6 ] LEWIS D£BLO!S,
, r GEORGE WALKER,
Mil I W*. M.DUNCANSON,
. I JAMES BARRY.
I City of Washington, Feb. 11.