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• For HAMBURGH,
j_ PL. TI|E SHIP
R«i r «T Jackson, Master,
(5--ir-*!§n> To fai ' in
J/£*^ii» J £feC3 HAV j NG two . t hir<!- of har cargo en
gaged and ready to go on board. For freight or paffigi
apply to the master on bo*n'. at Wain's whan, or to
No. «4 Wabut-i'rtet.
;juiy A r~.
JOA- The brig iVt*KY.
AND miy be seen it Abiah and WTJians
Brown's w®*arf. She is alout 800 barrels
burthen, strong built, and well but-bolted, his elegant
accommodations, is a good sailer, only 10 months old
and aay be sept to fca immediately. Apply to
No. 119 South Second-street.
Who has forfale, a few puncheons high proof
AND A FEW BARRELS SHAD.
* • *'"John Farraday, Master,
thirds'of her cargo will be on
jl T>oard this week. The remaining
third will be taken on freight if offered soon, as fhc will
positively fail in all next week. • A few paflengers can be
v eil accommodated. Far terms of freight or passage .
apply to the captain on board at Mr. Huddle's wharf, or
to ; -TOWN CRAIG,
AQg. 8 5 T?* • . _ lfe.ijreaefc-ftt«tr -
For Sale or Charter,
BURTHEN about 2000 Bbls. of flour—(He may be sent
to sea at a small cxpence, her fails and rigging being in
very good order— a pply to
James Campbell, or
April ag, 4 .§
James Wickham, Master,
r '«U »■ Expe&ed to fail in all next week,
WILL take »tew barrels on freight. Apply to the mas
ter on board at Stamper's wharf, or to
No. 25 Walnut-street*
Aug. 6 §7
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In the OiipTw >iiy, John tied. \j,n*r r.— i:— r —i
5000 Bushels Bed fine ftoved SALT,
6co Buthels HOUSE COaL,
And 118 Crates of QUEENS WA RE ,
FOR SALE BY
Philip Nicklin & Co.
N. B. THE S'AID
TS for S A LE or CHARTER, (be is 5
1 yeaisold, Philadelphia built, of white
oak, was well failed and carries about 4200 barrels of Flour
FortertPs apply as above.
>iy 23 dtf
This Day commenced Landing,
At, IV ifHin* wharf, the cargo of the Brig Lucy and Sloop
V Jago, from St. Jago de Cuba—confining of
White and Brown $ox SUGAR.
Mt>LASSES, of au excellent Quality.
HIDES and HONEY. Alio,
For Sale or Charter.
The brig LUCY,
y.tWt'SSA out > ron g vessel, will carry a
xlL bout 1200 barrels,and may go to
- sea with a very small expense.
TFieabovewltt be fold for cash or approved notes.
No. 64, south Second-flreet.
July 17, 1796. ~ dtf.
Or for Charter to the Well-Indies,
C E R - ifi S,
Of Live Oak and Red Cedar, btirthen about 3500 ba
rrels, now discharging at Latimer's wharf. This ves
sel is In excellent rc'pair, well found and wiii bear a tho
rough examination, and as S on as discharged will be rea
dy to take in a cargo. Tor tirms apply to
In the Snow Boston, James Kirkpatrick, master from Li
soeo Bnftiels SALT ;
rco Crates QUEENS WARE; and
An Aflortraent of SHIP CHANDLERY;
On board, at Pine-flreet wharf. Apply to
James Campbell, or
April tr>. - $
A middle-aged Woman,
WHO has been used to the care of children, and can
give reference for her reputation, may hear of a
Uce, as child's maid, by applying to the Printer.
'-»£• '5 §
TO CARVING AM) GILDING.
A You'll about 14* of refpe&ablc parents and can be
f\ well recommend'-'d. None other need apply.
Enquire of the Printer. Aug. .15 31
From on board this Nancy, William Btlcber, mas
ter, from Bourdatnx, a cargo, coniiliir^'ot —
360 Hhds. CHOICE CLARET,
2?2 Cases of 24 bottles each, Claret,
286 do. of 24 do. WHITE WINE,
BRANDY. SWEET OIL, and
1 TRUNK of RIBBONS,
For Sale fey
July 23* .. _ dtf.
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by the late ft arrivals from Europe and
the East Indies, a well fcleflcd assortment of Silk j
Mercery; Lintn Drapery and Haberdalhiry Goods; which
' he will fell, Whoiefale and Retail, on the lowefl terms ; I
AMONGST WtllCH ARE,
Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and silver
Superfine Book, Jaconet, aad Mulmul ditto
Do do do do Handkerchiefs
Some extra black taffi>ties,luti(ftringsand colored Persians
tong and Ihort Nankeens
English Mantuasof the firft qnality
Damaflc table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hosiery, an elegant allortrmmt
Thead and cotton do
Umbrellas—green /ilk, oil'd d«. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
Irish Linens, do. ' &e. &c. June 14 §
A Partner with a small capital to unite in the business
of a Mill and DilHllerj in Virginia. Inquire of
' the Printer. Aug. 9 §iw
A Three ftorf BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut
street, between Front and Second streets, in which
Messrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and
now do) carried on business.
Pofieifion will b;j»iven in one month, or sooner.
For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, or
April ai. I $
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old,
in pipes and hogsheads
Claret, genuine old, in cases
Gin, In pipes, from Holland
Earthen YVare, in crates
Balket Salt,- in hogsheads ,
Shot, Nos. 6, 7, » and 9
Bar Lead, Red and white dry lead
Steel, German and Russia,- in barrels
Anchors, cablet, Junkx, bunting, tarpolin canvas,
Tip plates—An invoice Stationary, by
THOMAS & JOHN KETLANb.
July 29 f
From 16 to 9 £ inches, for sale by
' Wjeremiah Warder,
July 11 $ No 11 no.-th Third-ilrcet.
This 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 Baltim.rc, in his way to Chatleftpn,
where he will win'er
ADMITTANCE Half a Dollar—quarter of a Dollar
The PANORAMA, or the VIEW of the CITIES of
LONDON and WESTMINSTER,
Is to be open till the 10th of September, and the fub
jeefc wifl then be removed to Baltimore with the ELE- ;
ADMITTANCE for the PANORAMA, 1
One quarter of a Dollar.
August 3. '
of India Goods. ;
The Cargo of the fcip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal- ,
cutta and Bengal,
consistino or 1
A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
COTTON and SILK GOODS.
AMONG WHICH ARE
A variety fine werked and plain Muslins,
Doreas, Vc. AITo,
A Quantity of Excellent Sugar,
Id boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER,
For Sale by
Willings & Francis,
No. a 1 Peon Street. •
June 8 §
OR Clerk's place is wanted by a person properly quali
fied, and whose character will be found unexception
able. Apply to the Printer.
Aug. 11 tf
Forfale by the fublcribers,
130 quarter Chests frelh Hyson Tea;
ieo ditto do. frefh Souchong Tea;
300 Boxes China, containing small tea setts of 4a :
400 pieces Bandanoes. 1
Willings £sf Francis.
January 30 3ta\v. (
Lottery and Broker's Office, <
N°' 64 South Secondftreet,
TICKETS in the Canal Lottery No. 11, are now rea
dy for lale, a Check Book kept for the examination
of Tickets, and Prizes paid, withaut deduction.
The Subscriber solicits the application of the Public or 1
any ol his friends who wilh to or fell Bank Stock,
Certificates, Bills of Exchange, or Notes, Houses, Lands,
Lotts or Merchandize of any kind, or to obtain Money
on deposit of property.
Late Agent for the Canal Lottery Company.
Shares an ; Tickets in the late Newport Long g
Wharf, Hotel and Public School Lottery examined; a a
complete lift of all the prizes having been received at p
June 6. w&s ]
Samuel Richard et,
RESPECTFULLY informs the Gentlemen
that he has this day opened the CITY
TAVERN ancIMERCHANTS COFFEEHOUSE in the
fity of PiiiUdiitiiiai
The SiAfcriftiun Room will be furnilhed with all the
daisy papers ptMjlhedin Philadelphia, New-York, Bos
ton, Baltimore .together with thole of the principal com
mercial citi*i <2 Europe—'They will be regularly filed
Mia none perraited to be taken awav on any »tcount.
Tea, Ceffcc, loupes, Jellies, Ice Creams, and a variety
of FruachJiio' rs; together with the uf*ilre£p«(hmeitt»,
will at «1I aiiftbe procured .itthibat.
Oentlemeij jnly depend on being accommodated with
the ehoiCvft of Win«s, Spirituous I jquors, and the nrofl
ip proved MalfLiqnors fremLondbn and other breweries.
The L.arder will be (Applied with the prime and earliefl
1 productions of the Sea ion.
i Large and frriall Farties, or single Gentlemen, may be
accommodated with Breakfasts, Dinners, or Suppers, at
hum's mod conv.nient te themfelresj— a> cold Collation is
i regularly kept for conveniency, tht Bill of Fare to be had
at tho bar. \
The Lodging Rooms will be completely furni&ed, and
the utmoll attention paid to dednlinefs, and every other
gf S \uuxl Richakdet will behappy to receive, and
execute the commands of hi» Friends, rrd the Public at
large; and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himfelf that nothing on his part (hall be wasting to pre
serve that patronage with which he has been so diftinguifh
Philadelphia, April 19. e®
Philip Nicklin & Co.
iIAVE FOR SjILE,
Hyson Skin /
Young Hyson > FRESH TEAS
Hyfnn and \
Imperial J ,
China Wire. aUbrttd in Bojtm and CHests
Bandanio Handkerchiefs of excellent quality Jo
Market } MADEIRA WINE
London (articular >in pipes, hogsheads, &
New-York' Market ) quarter casks
Teneriffi Wine in pipes and hogfceads
Sugar (Jarldy by the Box
S?il Can.-as' No. 1 aS
Lead ill hects
3 Calks C ullery afiarted
A few lefts of Matichefter Goods, aflorted thick
sets, cords, Iriped Nankeens, .iic.
3 3fnr.llpackages of black sewing-silks
IS Ticrcw Virginia Snake-rocst; '/"
N.ul* iiTorted in calki
Jul x'i • mw&f
! On Monday next, ajthinft. (July,)
Willbr landed a Soaih flreci wharf, the canoes of Superb
Weft Inciian and ltabtha, from Jamaica and Havanna, con
VJolaffes in Hogsheads,
Coffee in hogsheads, barrels & bacjs,
FCX SALS BY
Who has also for fa la,
A quantity of Jamaica GINGER,
Pimento & 1 T u
Cocoa, \ln Ba S S >
And boxes HamVo* WINDOW GLASS, 7 by 9, will
be foid cheap.
July 20 diot & tilth A s : tot
To be fold,
A PLANTATION, ir, thetewn of Woodbury, coun
ty of Oloucefler, aad (late of New-Jersey, contain
ing about one hundred and fifty actcs ; a suitable propor
tion of which is woodlafid and improved meadow. A
gfeat part of the arable land is in a high (late of cultiva
tion, and very natural to the production of Red Clovtr.
On laid plantation there is a getiteel two-story brick house,
with four rooms on a floor, and a good dry cellar under
the whoie ; together with a barn, cern-cribs and "carriage
houfe. The girden is large, and contains a good collec
tion of the belt kinc3s of grafted and inoculated fruit trees;
the orchard consists of about three hundred grafted app'e
trees. Any person inclined to purchase said premil'es, may
be informed ®f the terms by applying to
July *9 F
Asjheton and James Hump hreys,
HAVE rirfnoved their office to No. 61, Walrtut-ftreet,
next door but? two to the corner of D#ck-(lreet,
where all INSTRUMENTS IN WRITING are drawn at
a moderate charge, with care, accuracy and dispatch
They likewise buy and fell Real Estates upon commit
fions, and procure Money upon Loan on good security.—
The bufineft of an ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTA
RY PUBLIC is also tranfa<sed at the said office as usual
by ASSHETON HUMPHREYS.
N. B. Good Notes discounted.
July 5. • eo6w
A Valuable Grift and Saw Mill,
IN New Jersey, near the Forks of Little Egg-Harbour.
The Grift Mill in sixty by forty feet, two water wheels,
and calculated for four run of Stone*, with screen, faos
and boulting-cloths, &c. TheSaw-Mill has two faw;,and
capable ofcuttingfiveto 6 100 thoufandfectof Boards per
year. A valuable piece ®f Cedar Swamp, within a mile
and a half of the Mill, and within three quarters of a mile
of a Landing The Lumber, &c. may be taken by water
from the mill tail.
ALSO FOR SALE,
Several Valuable Tracts of Land,
Ii» Pennf'ylvania, for all of which payment will be receiv
ed in the note's of Mefirs. Morris and Nicholfon, or in
For further information apply to the Printer.
Plans of the city of Philadelphia,
Including th; Northern Liberties and diitridt of
South war k ;
Published, and fold bv
No. 68, High street,
( Price one dollar.)
THIS p!ai is 26 inclie3 square, and has been en
graved by one ef the firfl artists in the city, from a late
and accurate survey. Purchasers are entitled to a pam
phlet with each plan, giving " some account of the
chy, Us population, trade, government, &c.
July 19 tu &f tf
BF-GS leave to Inform tHc fr.rixt Kceocrs ir* Tewft a«*i
Country, that he ha« removed Market-StWcMo
N°- 25, south Third-sheet, .
where he is opening a Large and Elegant Afforimeat of the
Sqyerfine Loudon Clothaand Kerteymtrtf,
York'.hire Iccond Do. Do.
Eluftic do. do.
Mix-id and BiueCoatings
Ntauchefter Printed Calicoes,
London Cfiimj ditto,'
ftUwand riiu« FuraiuucK
T Tndii ditto,
Long Cloths, Coffaes, Brftas, Battillaife
4-4 9-S 5-4 & 6-4 Sooerfim- India Bo®k Mnflins,.
'4-4 : aod 9-8 India book Kauakerchicts,
4*4 and 9-8 Sc itrK ditto,
4-4 & 6-4 plain do Mulßiu,
4-4 & 6-4 Biitilh Jaeoner*^
6-4 British Checks and Mripes,
4-4 India do. do. do.
4-4 ditto Cliilloes, Madras Handkerchiefs, &c.
AlarjeaiTintment of ftgur'd andnlain Hfuflineft,
Qoiitinga, Uimftiesi and Stuped Nankeens,
Ginanaftis ot the fir ft Quality, fubjefk to Drawbacks .
Men's White and coteured Silk (lockings.
M»V. 9 ■ t
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RAN away this morning, from the SuHfcriber, living
in the county of Monmouth, New-Jersey, a rematk
itbly black Neijro Man, named B£N—ahout-' 40 years of
age, j feet 9 or 10 utfh. s high, ft out made, bald tm th#
crown of his head ; had on and took with him a grey
homespun coating cost and jacket, a brown cloth coat,
with a black collar, hemefpun ttrw fltirts' and tfowfers,
with other Hurts aad fmaH cloaths wb.cfc cannot be enu
merated. He is a complail'ant, artfiri and deceitful fellow.
! Wfy-iever Will take up and secure the said Runaway, fa
that his owner may htm again, (hall have the above r#>
wild, aad 1 cafoJiijilt charges paid if ha*ic.
July ii—Aug. t Siw
A LARGE ELEGANT AMD WILL MKjsBID
Three-story Brick House,
(The late residence of General Walter Stewart)
TTfITH a LOT of GROUND thereunto belonging,.
VV the weft fide of Third-street, near Union-street
containing in front 31 feet, and in depth 100 feet, to an
alley leading into Union-ftrcet. The house is 31 feetfront
and 50 feet deep ; the several rooms contained in it ar«
large, commodious, and completely finifhed; the twofirft
stories are each 13 feet high; there are-10 mahogany
doorn in the house ; a geometrical staircase, with maheg;-
ny rails and a good sky-light. The kitchen is jn the cell
ar, which isfpacious and convenient, and finifhed with as
oven, steW-holes and pantries, a ferrants' hall and large
wine-cellar adjoining the kitchen, in front of which is an
area in which there is a pump The yard is vaulted.
Communicating with the said building is a neat
brick hottfe, on the north fide of Union-ftrevt, contain
ing 30 feetfront by zofcet deep; the lower part of which.
is at present occupied as a compting-houfe, and the upper
part divided into well-finiihed large chambers. Thishcafs
may at a small expense be converted into a convenient
dwelling : The street door is very handsome, and the front
and back have Venetian window-fh utters. Adjoining the
Uft house. iipan.ths lot belonging t«_±ke firO, are cre&ei
bathing-rooms, tkc. There are likewise very gooi coach
house and ftjibles finifhed equal (or nearly so) with any in
the city, on a-lot-containing on Union flreec 30 feet, arid
in depth on the wsft fide of said alley 51 feet. There are
good cellars uude, the whole of the buildings, and a wine
room over part of the ft able, with-a hay-loft over the re
mainder. For further particulars enquire of
EDW/VRD BONS LL & Co.
At thetr Office No. 64 Dock-ltreet. between Walnut & Pea
6th month iijth, 1796
Just Published, '
BY THOMAS DOBSON,
At the Stone House, No- 51 South ScconJ Street,
neatly printed in one volume quarto, price fix
dollars the fine paper, or five dollars the com
The Four GoJpels,
TRANLATED FROM THE GREEK-,
With preliminary Differta ions, and Notes critical andei«
By GEORGE CAMPBELL, D. D. F. R. S.
&c. Principal of Marifchal College, Aberdeen.
* # * The chara&er of the tfuthor, for acutenefs
and eiudition tiai been cilablifhed by his eflay on *
miracles in answer to David HuT.e," the greatest '
maftirpiece of the kind ever publilhed, and by hi»
" Philosophy of Rhetoric," and to the merit of
the present work, the result of nearly forty year*
study and application, and the fubltance of his
course of lectures in his offieial capacity, the
reviewers have given ample testimony, but their ac
count, however honorable to the wotk, is too long
for a place in this advertisement, the wotk howev
er is now presented in* an American edition at not
more than half the price of the London copy.
From en board the Schooner Expedition,
St. Croix Rum&Sugar,
For Sale by F. COPPINGER,
Aug. 11 § ill South Front-street.
Spanijh Treaty Ratified.
THIS DAY, Puhlifhed by J. ORMROD, No. 41,
Chksnut-Streit, in a handsome pamhlet.
(Price 12 arid i-» Cents.)
A TREATT of FRIENDSHIP, LIMITS &
BETWEEN the United States of America, and hit
Catholic Majesty—with the Prefideat's Proclamation
announcing its ratification.
ORMROD has lately Publifted the Britilh and At
germe Tre'atiel, which match in f'rze with the above.
Alfa, Burke's celebrated letter to the Duke of Bad
ford, and Wharton's answer to Prieflley -1
August 13. 4t§mw&f.
To be disposed of,
THE time of a healthy NEGRO WOMAN, who
has between four" and five years to ferv« : She
can be recommended for her sobriety and'honefly. Fer
particulars enquire at No. 132, Chefnut-ftrect.
Aiiguft 3.V , 3tv.tf.