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of the & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
Numbs* 1233.] MONDAr EVENING, AUGUST 22, 3.706. [Volume X. '
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J3k, brig Mary
ma y seen at Abiah and William "LI
■ *"""" Brown's wharf. She is about $00 barrels -*
hurthep, strong built, and well bot-bolted, has elegant
uecommodations, is a good sailer, only 10 months old,
ais#i may be sent to sea immediately. Apply to
jamesr Brown, g
No. 119 South Second-ftrcet. £
Who has for sale, a few puncheons high proof S
| Jamaica Spirits.
AND A FEW BARRELS SHAD. I
Aug. 13 ffio I
UNWED STATES, 77" i
Pennsylvania District, 3 1
IN pursuance of a Writ to me directed from the Hoiwur- I
able Richard Peters, Esquire, Judge of the Diftritfi:
Court of the United States for the Pennsylvania Diftri#,
Will be exposed to Public Sale, A
At the Merchants' Ccffee-Houfe, in the City of Philadel- -
phia, o'n Monday, the 29th day of August, instant, at 12
o'clock at noon, no^
The SLOOP called the *
With all and lingular her tackle, appa- —
rel and Furniture, as the fame now are ; the said Hoop
having been condemned, to pay Mariners' wages, &c.
WILLIAM NICHOLS, Marfiial. ; n
Marshal's Office, 19th August, 1796.
For Sale or Charter,
BURTHEN about 2003 Bbls, of flour—flie may be sent
tti sea at-sL-feiall expeuce, her fails and rigging being in
very good order—apply to
James or __
April 49, • §_ 7"/
This Day commenced Landing, _
" At V ifflins wharf, the cargo of the Brig Lucy and Sloop ]
St. Jago, from St. JagodeCuba—conhllingof
White and Brown Box SUGAR.
MOLASSES, of an excellent quality. s Ol
~ COFFEE. xl
HIDES and HONEY. » Iso,
For Sale or Charter.
The brig LUG Y, g
A stout, flroug vessel, will carry a
bout 1200 barrels, and may go to
'» ea w ' t^i a ver Y small expense.
The above will be fold for cacti or approved notes.
No. 64, south Secotid-ftreet. f
July 47, 1796- th
Or for Charter to the Weft-Indies, w
C E R r: S, fr
Live Oak and Red Cedar, burthen about 3500 bar- jt'
\_J rels, now discharging at Latimer's wharf. Thisvef-
fel is in excellent repair, well fouud and will bear a tho
rough examination, and as soon as discharged will be rea-
dy to take in a cargo. For terms apply to '
John Vaughan. ti.
July a 8 §_
At South-street wharf, «
TTfILL BE LANDED, Friday, 19th inft. August, "
W by snow Hope, from Jamaica, and Hoop Sally,
300 Hhds. COFFEE,
70 lihds. SUGAR.
Also, the cargo of the Sivedijh brig Guftaf Adolpkt,
capt• Ramfre, from Gibraltar,
ill and 4th proof Brandy, in pipes and hhds.
Hazle Nuts in sacks
St. Übes SALT, fdr sale by
.j—a For Charter, J
The said brig c
j MWm Gustaf Adolphe,
f A Swede, with\ Mediterranean pass,
* a very fine veflel, about 200 tons bitr
ihen. . Aug. '8- ffaweoaw
~ For Sale,
TJURTHEN 300 Barrels or 1400
buihels Coal, an excellent frame,
Live Oak and Cedar, and well found with cables, anchors
&c. fit for fea —now lying at Almond-street wharf, Tho
mas Penrofe's. The terms will be made reasonable.
Apply to the Owner, No. 31* south Front-flreet, next
door to Jonathan Penrofe, Esq. Aug. 19 t c °4
To be fold,
On Twelve Months' Credit,
If applied for immediately,
One Hundred Thousand Dollars,
And one hundred and eighty thousand acres of good
In the state of Virginia. Apply to the Printer.
AUg. 19 §
A Cemplete Font of Brevier,
VPNtirely new , and yet unopened. The weight of this
i!j font is about 312 lb. It is from the Foundsry of
Wilson & Sons, Glasgow, and will be fold at cost: & charges.
Also for Sale, pair of Super Royal Chafes. ;
Enquire at the Office of the Gazette of the United
States, 119 Chefnut-ftreet. A "g- I( ? §4 W
' C A B L £ S,
From 16 to 91J inches, for sale by
Tulyji § No 13 north Third-flreet.
OR Clerk's place is wanted by a properly quali-
a vi whose charafler will be found unexception
able. Apply to the Printer,
Wm. HOLDERNKSSK, , .
< In tin
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and
the EaR Indies, a well fele&ed aflortment of Silk !
i Mercery, Linen Drapery and Haberda(hery Goods ; which
he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, on theloweft terms ;
AMONGST WHICH ARE, On 4:
Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and ftlver
Superfine Boole, Jaconct, aadMulmul ditto
Do do d® do Handk&chiefs
Some extra black taffetics,luUftringsand colorcd Persians
Loo£ and ihort Naiikeens
Engliflt Mantuas of thefirft Reality
Damaft: table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hollery> an elegant aflortmsnt
J Thead and cotton do
I silk, oil'd d©. and do cloth Fc
I French cambrics, very fine Ai
I Irish Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 §
I \ Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, ip Chefnut
I II street, between Front and Second ftrcets, in which
I Meflfrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and r |
I now do) carried on business. *
I Poifeflion will be given in one month, or sooner. ot
For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, or!
HECTOR CALBRAITH. p „ e '
.. _ ail c<
*P nl "• S kept
, 7 ties »
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old, j- or
I in pipes and hogsheads
I Claret, genuine old, in cases
I Gin, in pipes, from Holland
Earthen Ware, in crates
I Basket Salt, in hogsheads *
Shot, Ncs. 6, 7, 1 and 9
Bar Lead, Red and white <jry lead
Steel, German and Ruflia, in barrels „
Anchors, cables, junk, bunting, tarpolin canvas,
Tin pl«« —An iiivoi v e Stationary, by
THOMAS & JOHN KETLATSTD.
I fuly iq
I This Animal it to be seen in High-Street, between
the Tenth and the Eleventh-Street.
TTE will positively leave Philadelphia the tenth of Sep- j.- Qr
1 I 11 tember, for Baltimore, in his way to Charleston,
where he will win'er.
ADMIFTANCE Half a Dollar—quarter of a Dollar T
1 for Children. Dift
1 The PANORAMA, or the VIEW of the CITIES of ot'S<
LONDON and WESTMINSTER, Can
Is to be open till the 10th of September, and the sub- ofP
ie& will then be removed to Baltimore with the ELE- C°' J
ADMITTANCE for the PANORAMA, fcffc
a I One quarter of a Dollar.
August 3, 1 7
To be fold by public sale,
/~VN Wednesday, the 7th day of September on ) t f s
the premifeß in Mount-Holly,Burlington county, by ii ce
the Subscriber, quo
The Dwelling-House and Lot
Whereon it Hands, having been in part occupied as a (lore u
I for several years pall, and in a good (land for business, to-
I gether with the flore-houfe, liable and buildings thereon
j erected, having two cellars under them. Also, tht f
j (hop goods and houlehold furniture. A clear title will bc
given to the purchaser on payment of the money or fuf- —
" ficicnt bond therefor, and possession of the premises will
be given in the said month of September.
| The sale is to continue 'till the whole is disposed of. J
l ~ j Holly having become rhe County Town, makes j^ e
j this property more valuable than heretofore. The condi- W(
j tions will be made known at the time and place of sale, by
PETER SHIRAS. _
I N. B. AH persons indebted to the fubfcriber,are requefl-
I ed to discharge t!ie fame immediately, as he intends loon
, jto remove dut of this state. Any person having a jufl de _
' mand againfl the fubferiber, is requofted to produce the
' fame for fcttlement. U§aw 1
Mount Holly, August 16,
j A middle-aged Woman, ar
p 1 \T7HOha,beenufedtothe care of children, andean
VV give reference for her reputation, may hear of a '
j place, as child's maid, by applying to the Printer.
I Aug. is § .
TT'OR raising fix thousand fix hundred and sixty-seven p
dollars and fifty cents, by a deduction of fifteen per
cent from the prizes, and not two blanks to a prize, viz.
X Prize of 5000 dollars is dollars 5000
J loco 1000
6 ' I l J°° joo n
T ~ I 5 aoo loco J
_ I 40 100 4000 th
99 SO 49J° le:
I 400 25 jooo th
1 4000 10 40,000 0!
5 Last drawn numbers of 1000 dollars each, 5000 in
"° 4334 Prize's. 44.4J0 G
' 4018 Blanks. th
°" 6350 Tickets at Seven Dollars each, 44,450 &
I By order of the D'trecl t;rs of the Society for eflablilh- :c
ing Ufeful Manufadures, the fuperintendants of the Pat- U1
— I erfon Lottery have requefled the Managers to offer the
foregoing S«heme to the public, and have dire<Sled them
to refund the money to those persons who have purchased T
lin the former Lottery, or exchange the tickets for tickets ol
1 in this Lottery.
The lottery hasailually commenced drawing, and will n '
s 1 continue until finilhed. A lift of the Blanks and Prizes
may be seen at thr office ot William Blackburn, No. 64 l '
] south Second lireet, who will giveinformation where tick- j te
I ets may be procured. j 1
Dated this X7th day of June, 1796. S'
J. N- CUM MING, 7 P 1
JACOB R. HARDENBERG,
JONATHAN RIIEA, )
I To be fold,
es. j A PLANTATION, in thetown of Woodbury, coun-
Xl tyof Gloncefter, and state of New-Jersey, contain- T
ed ing about one hundred and fifty acres ; a suitable propor
tion of which is woodland and improved meadow. A
I great part of the arable land is in a high state of cultiva- >
j tion, and very natural to the produflion of Red Clovtr. 1
j On said plantation there is a genteel two-story brick hou'e,
I with four rooms on a fioor, and a good dry cellar under j
the whole ; together with a barn, corn-cribs and carriage-
I house- The garden is large, and contains a good collection
— tion of the best kinds of grafted and inoculated fruit trees ;
the orchard consists of about three hundred grafted app c-.
trees. Any person inclined to purchase said premises, may
1 be informed »f the terms by applying to
j July 49 / F
In the Snow Boston, James Kifkpatrick, master frijm Li- ~
verpool, K ,
I 5000 BufheU SALT;
100 Crates QUEENS WARE ; and
1 An Aflortment of SHIP CHANDLERY; wh "'
FOR SALE undei
On -board) at Pine-street wharf.—i—Apply to
James Campbell, or ei 2
Gear re Latimer. ££
S !_ L_ Mj
Landing, i t .
From on board the Schooner ExpctlUion,
St. Croix Rum&Sugar, 4-1
For Sale by F. COPPINGER,
$ 221 South Front-llreet.
— DUTY ON CARRIAGES?" p
Notice is hereby Given,
d r I AT agreeably to arf a£i of Congress of the United Qu
JL Siatesof America, parted at Philadelphia, the 28th day f at
of May, 1796 Maying duties on Carriages, for the convey- qJ,
ance of poions, and repealing the former ads for that pur- j nc
pofe.—-Tlat there (hall be levied, colle&ed and paid, upon Me
all carriages for the conveyance of persons, which lhall be j
kept by or for any person, for bis or heT own use, or to let ——
out to hire, or for theconveying of paficngers, the several du
ties and rates following, to wit.
*> For and ipon every Coach, 15 dols. n
upon ev<efy Chariot, 1 2 dols. J
upon every Post Chariot, 12 dols.'
upwn every Post Chaise, 12 dols. «c-r
up»n every Phaeton, with or without top, 9 dols \\
upon every Coachee, 9 dols. cont ,
tipen other Carriages, having pannei work above,
vith blinds, glaftes or curtains, 9 dols. ?
upon four wheel carriages, having framed-polls and * n •
topj withfleel springs, 6 dols, large
s ' upon four wheel top Carriages, with wooden or iron ft ol **
, ____ fpriugs tirj^" 4 " o door
upon chaises with tops, .3 dols. ar »
upon chairs with tops, 3 dols. oven
upon sulkies with lops, 3 dols. wine
, n upon other two wheel top carriages, .3 dols. area
upon two wheel carriages, with steel or iron springs, Com
3 t bricl
P" For and upon all other two wheel carriages, 2 dols. j n g
n > upon every lour wheel carriage, having framed polls j s at
2nd tops, and relHug up<n wooden spars, 2 dols.
a r The Colkftors of the Revenue ot the firft lurvey of the n
Diftrift of Pennsylvania, will attend daily, until the 301# day
of of September next, for the purpose of receiving the duties on ,
Carriages, at No. x 17, in Race or Saffafraa Rreet, in the City J
b- of Philadelphia, at the house of Daniel S. Clair, Esq. in the a '
£ounty of Montgomery ; and at the house of Abraham Du-
bois, Esq. in the County of Bucks ;of which all persons pof ' IOU '
feffcd of such Carriages are desired to take notiee. the
Not'ce is also given,
TO all retail dealers in Wines, and foreign distilled fpiri- roo ,
tuous liquors, that licences will be granted to them ; one li ma j
cenoefor carrying on the business ot retailing of Wines, in a
lefsquantity, or in less quantities than 3Q gallons—;3fid one (
by licence for carrying on the bufinels of retailing Spirituous li
quors in less quantities than ao gallons, at the fame time and g
at the fame places, by the officers legally authoiiaed to grant I .—
__ Tuck licences.
,re WILLIAM NICHOLS, (B)
Infpe&or of the Revenue of the firft survey I
:° n of the dillrift of Pennsylvania. I '"p
Office of InfpeOion v at > 4, 30
y-" Philadelphia; 21A July, 1796. > J ]
S "TAKE NOTICE, Q
"HPHAT application will be made for the renewal of vn
I the foflowing certificates, iffueJby joseph Nourfe, I p er
Register of the Trcafury, in the name of Roger Gril I
wold, Esq. of Norwich, Conneflictit— I A
• 1 certificate, fix per cent domestic flock, No. 13,907 I
" — the 17thDecember, 1795, bearing interest from I
J o * the firft day of January, 1791, for 1,597 65-100 dol- I
j° e " 1 ditto, three per cent, domestic stock, No. 10,682 I
t}^e —dated December 16, 1795, bearing interest from the Jj|
, fiWft day of January, 179 j, for 994 30-10P dollars. I 1
1 ditto, deferred stock, No. 9,166 —dated the 17th I
— December, 1795, bearing irrfereft from the firft Janti-
ary, 1801, for 798 83-100 dollars. • los
Said certificates are supposed to have been loft or I ca
C f a " ftoJen in this city some time in Detember or Januaiy
last. ' fin
e JOSEPH THOMAS,
— No. 59, North Front-street. Oi
Philadelphia, July 21, 1796. d6w. . I n c
p C e ° Philadelphia, Wefl-Chefler, Strajburgh, j
iz. Lanca/ler, Tork and Frederick-town ' ac
joo 'T'HE proprietors of the above Stages, return their bell 51'
oco JL thanks to their friends and the'public in general, for
000 the encouragement received in this line of business, and beg j
950 leave to inform the public, that they are determined to run I
000 their stages through from Philadelphia to Lancaster in j J
,000 One day, commencing on Tuesday, the 14th July instant, I
000 in the f.llowing manner, —viz. A Stage will set out 011 J
that day at 14 o'clock in the morning, from the house of [
,450 George Weed, Marltet street, Philadelphia, and run by I
the way of Weflcnefter and Strafhurgh, arrive in Lancaf- I f
ter the fame evening, on Friday morning run to Wright's I
,450 ferry and exchange palfengers with the York and Fredea- I
liih- ick-town stage, return and arrive in Philadelphia on Sat- j
p a t. urday, and on Monday morning following, at 4 o'clock, I
the said stage willfet ou'from thefaid George Weed's, Phila-I a
hem delphia, and arrive at Lancaster the fame evening, on 101
afed Tuesday morning at 4 o'clack will set out fVom the house I
kets «' Mrs. Edwards, LanCaster, and arrive ill Philadelphia
ifie fame svening, and will commence again on Thursday I
w ;il morning following, and continue svery week—The price 1 I
rizes f°r each passenger irqm Philadelphia to Lancaster is three I
64 ' dollars and a half, to York, four dollars and three qsar- j
:ick- ters, to Frederick town eight dollars, the like £ums for j
j 150 weight baggage, with the usual allowance of 14 lb. j
gratis to each paifenger, and 5 pence a mile for all way I
palfengers. 30 —§4w I
;er S . John Reilly, «
— George Weed. L
Saies of India Goods.
The Cargo of the Ihip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal- I
,por- cutta and Bengal, j
A CONSISTING OF
tiva- \ Large and general aflortment of Bengal and Madras I ]
jvtr. £JL COTTON and SJLK GOODS.
OU«e, AMONG WHICH 'ARE
nder A variety fine worked andplain Mujlins,
'j^ e_ Doreas, EsV. /Mi'o,
■e"; -A Quantity of Excellent Sugar, !
pp c-. la boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER,
may For Sale by
Willings Sff Francis,
No. ai Penn Street.
F June 8 §' J
BEGS leave to inform the Store- Keepers in Town and
Country, that he has removed from Market-Street f*>
N°* 25, south Third r ftreet,
where he is opening a Large and Elegant Assortment of the.
Superfine London Cloths and Kerfevmcrei,
Yorkfhile Iccond Do. Do.
Elastic dp. do.
Mix'd and Biuc Coatings
Mancbcfter Printed Callicoes,
Lon<toji Chintz di;io,
Biuc *nd ditto Furnituies,
Long Cloths, Coffaes, Baftas, Batti'?a.s& Conjevrems^
4-4 9-8 5-4 & 6-4 Superfine Irvdia Bowk Muslins,
4-4 and 9-8 India Bock Handkerchiefs,
4-4 and 9-8 Scotch ditto,
4-4 & 6-4 plain do. Muslins,
4-4 & 6-4 Britifti Jaconets,
6-4 Britiih Checks and Siripes, *
4-4 India do. do. do.
4-4 ditto Chilloes, Madras Handkerchiefs, &c.
\large affoitment of figur'd and plain Martinets,
Quiltings, Uimitics, and Striped Nankeens,
Ginghams of the firft Quality, fubjeft to Drawhack,
1 Men's White and coloured Silk Hockings.
Ma V 9
J For Sale,
A LARGE ELEGANT AND WELL FINISHED
Thr'ee-ftory Brick House,
(The late residence of General Walter Stewart)
WITH a LOT of GROUKD thereunto belonging,
the weft fide of Third-street, near Union-street
containing in front 31 feet, and in depth 100 feet, to an
' alley leading into ijiiion-ftreet. Thehoufs is 32 feet front:
j and 50 feet deep ; the several rooms contained in it are
large, commodiotjs, and completely" finiflicd; the two firft:
1 stories are each 13 feet high ; there are 20 mahogany
ar, which is spacious and convenient, and finifhed with an
oven, itew-holes and pantries, a servants' 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.
S. Communicating with the said building is a neat three-story
brick house, 011 the north fide of Union-street, contain
ing 30 feet front by 20 feet deep; the lower part of which
ls is at present qccupicd as a comptingrhoufe, and the upper
s ' part divided into wcll-finilbed large chambers. Thishoufe
may at a final! expense be converted into a convenient
dwelling: The street door is very handsome, and the front
and back have Venetian window-shutters. Adjbimngthe
le ' a "- house, upon the lot belonging to the firft, are t rcited
j. bathing-rooms, &c. There are liktwife very good coach
f house and flables finifheil equal (or nearly so) with any in '
the city, on a lot containing on Union street 30 feet, and
in depth on the woft fide o) said alley 52 feet. There are
good cellars unde, the whole of the buildings, and a wine
'?■ room over part of the liable, with a hay-loft over the re
'' mainder. For further particulars enquire of
a EDWARD iLL & Co.
" c At their Office No. 64 Dock-ftteet. between Walnut & Pear
f ° ftrcett.
6th month 24th, 1596. v t
(By William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church, Pbila
ey I delphia, for puMiCiiog by fubfeription,
The History of Jacobinism ;
Its CHIMES, CRUELTIBS and PERFIDIES,
I /"tOMPRISIfJG an Inquiry into the manner of diffefni-
I V>i nating, under the appearance of PnaoioPUY and
°' I Virtue, principles which are equally fubvei five of Or
i per, Virtue, Religion, Liberty and Happiness. •
ri» By WILLIAM PLAYFAIR,
I Author of the Commercial arid Political Atlas, &c.
07 With an Appendix,
oT-l BY PETER PORCUPINE,
,g 2 I Shewing the close tfonne&ion which has ever subsisted
,| IC I between the Jacobins at Paris and the Democrats in the
I United States of America.'
I I. This new, entertaining and inftrudlive work, which
I is at once a history of Jacobinism and a complete history
I of the French revolution down to the end of 1795, will
or J conftft of two volumes, octavo, each containing about
I 300 pages. It (hall be well printed, on a new type anil
I fine .paper.
11. The price of each volume, bound in boards, will be
I One Dollar and a Quarter, paid for on delivery ; and to
I non fubferibers, a Dollar and a Half.
I 111. As soon as a fuflicient number of copies (hall be
'h, I fubferibed for, the work will be piitto the prpfs, and fin-
I ilhed as expeditioufly as a ftriet attention to neatness and
I accuracy will admit of.
I *,* Subscriptions tak»n by the pttbliflier, and the prin
befl I c 'P a ' Booksellers of Philadelphia; MefTrs. Spotfwood and
for I Nancrede of Boftpn ; Mr. Rivington of New-York ; Mr.
, | Rice of Baltimore ; MefTrs. Pritchard and Davidfon of
Richmond, Virginia; and Mr. Young of Charleston,
j n I South Carolina. Aug. 14
J FOR SAL E,
of A very Valuable Eflate,
caf- P ALLED riVITTENHAM, situate in the
ht , s \J township of Upper Derby, arid county of Delaware,
dej- | 7 1-2 miksfrom Philadelphia, and half a mile from the
Sat- I new Wcftcrnroad: containing 230 acres os-excellent land,
otic 4 - 5 of which are g ood watered meadow, 90 of prime wood
tjja * land, and the.reft arable of tlis firft quality. There are
on on the premises a good two story brick house, with 4 rooms
•>ufe on a floor > an<i ce ' lars under the whole, with a pump-well
-hia I cxcc U cnt water in. front; a large frame barn, stable?;
fdav and other con ; a smoke-house and stone,
>rice I 'p r ' n g-h° u f e ; two good apple orchards, and one of peach
hree I es. The fields are all in clover, except those immediately
a '. r _ I under tillage, and are Co laid out as to have the advantage
. 'fa~ r j of water in each of them, which renders it peculiarly con
! venient for grazing.
wa ' I The situation is pleasant and healthy, and from the high
' I cultivation of the land, the g6od neighbourhood, and the
vicinity to the it is very suitable for a gentleman's
I country feat.
The foregoing is part of the estate of Jacob Harman,
I deceased, and offered for sale by
I Oil. 9. eo.J Surviving Executor.
<dra« j p rora on board the Nancy, Williaffl Belcher, maf
tef, from Bourdeaux, a cargo, consisting of—
360 Hhds. CHOICE CLARET,
I 212 Cases of 24 bottles each, Claret,
286 do. of 24 do. WHITE WINE,
BRANDY, SWEET OIL, and
1 TRUNK of RIBBONS,
Far Sale by
«. F- Coppinger.
§• I July 23• dtf