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States, &> Philadelphia Bally Advertiser.
Nf'MPE* 1249.] FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1796. X.
Will be Landed T6-morrow,
From on board tlx Schooner Mo!lv x Chpt> Mullet, at
Wort ok'j Wharfs
31 Pipe* of Brandy, 4th proof, ~\
15 Hhds 4th proof Janaica R'im, / enti*fcd to
16 Barrels ar.d 14 Bags of Coffee, and f drawback. T
14 Boxes of Aloes, J
FOR SALE BY
Wharton,& Lewis. \
Whn have alfii ftr ftiL\ I
40 -Halt* pipes Madeira Wine,
And the said Schooner, 1
became f«om sea, burthen about coo
barrets; if not fold in a ew days the will
cake in some freight for Sal:m
Sent 8, 1796. 1 d 3
For Sale, <
Or for Charter to the Weft-Indies,
c et;. S,
J Philaddlbhia Built,
OF Live Oak and Red Cedar, burthen about 3500 bar
rels, now discharging at Latimer's wharf. A'his ves
sel is in excellent repair, wellfojiud 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. 1
Julyiß ' g
The fliip STAR,
v John Vanneman, Master,
T YIIiG at W alnut-ftrset wharf, Philadel
—;vJ 1 i phia built, of live oak and cedar, will
carry about 3200 barrels, I» two years old, and in cora
plea.. order to receive a car^o— For terras apply to
sr • THD3.&JDHN KETI.AND.
Who have also for sale said vessels cargo—confuting of—»
Wine and Porter bottles,
Window G aft, 6 by 8 to 16 by Jl.
Pipes in boxes
Earthen-Ware in crates.
Grindstones, Coals, Whiting, &c-
Atig.l9 . 1' $ '
For Sale or Charter,
THE fast-sailing sHir
LYING at Mess, J. & R. Wain's wljarf,
two hundred and seventy tons hurthen, a ft out, (hong
weffel, and well found. For terms apply to
, } Joseph Anthony & Co.
' Sept. I. dtf
For Sale or Charter,
BURTHEN about iooo Bbl». of flour—lhe may be sent
to sea at a small expence, her fails and rigging being in
very good order—apply to -
fames Campbell, or
*9. . $
ROSS & SIM SON,
HAVE FOR SAL*,
EXCELLENT FOURTH PROOF
And to dispose of,
V * The fi.ie, fait-failing fehooner a
Of Baltimore, about 140 tons burthen.
August 29. dtf £
At South-street wharf,
WILL' BE LANDED, Friday > 19th 'inft. August,
by snow Hope, from Jamaica, and sloop Sally,
300 Hhds. COFFEE,
70 Hhds. SUGAR.
Also, tie cargo of the Swedi/h brig Guflaf Adolphe,
copt. Ramfre, from Gibraltar;
ift and 4th proof Brandy, in pipes and hl.ds.
Hazle Nuts in sacks
St. Übes SALT, far sale by
1 PETER BLIGHT,
>— ■» For Charter,
J - • The said brig
1 us taf Adolphe,
t? A Swede, with a Mediterranean pass,
~ _ 3"Very fine vtflel, about»ootons bur
then. Aug. 18. §z-weoi\r
Respectfully informs the Gentkmm
Merchants, that he has this day opened the CITY
TAVERN and MERCHANTS COFFEE HOUSE in the
city of Philadelphia;
The Suhfcription Room will be forniflied with all the
daily papers publiihej in Philadelphia, New-York, Bos
ton, Baltimore, together with those of the principal com
mercial citi<» of Burope—They will be ragularly filed
and none permitted to be taken away on any account.
Tea, Coffee, Soup«, Jellies, Ice Creams, and a variety
of French Liquors; together with the usual refrelhnisnts,
will at all times be procured at the bar.
Gentlemen may depend on being accommodated with
the cboiceft of Wines, Spirituous Liquor*, and the most
approved Malt Liquors froir.London and other breweries.
The Larder will be supplied with the prime and earliest
produfiions of the Season.
Large ar.d fmill Patties, or single Gentlemen, may be
accommodated with Breakfafts, Dinners, or Suppers, at
hours most convinient to themselves—a cold Collation is
legwhrly kept far conveniency, the Bill of Fare to be had
at the bar.
The Lodging Rooms will be completely furnifiied, and
the utmost attention to eleanlinefs, and every other
ig? S««oii Rjcha;.det will be happy to receive, and
, execute the commands of his Friends, and the Public at
large; and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
himfelf that nothing on his part fhaltbe wanting to pre
serve that patronage \Vtth whiah he has been so dillinguifh-
PhiJajielphia. April 19. «o
A Handsome, well-broke (
For S'.le enquire at the C»nellogo Stable's, the owner
hiving no rfe for him.
Aug. it Bl&f2W
Mordecai Lewis ,
HAS FOX SALE,
NANKEENS, long and (hort.
China, well aflorted.
h-ut. 6. tt&flm
In th« Snow Boftaii, JaW.es Kirkpatrick, master from Li
jooo Btifhcli SALT :
100 Crates QUEENS WARE; and
An Assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY;
F O tt SALE
On board, at Pine-street wharf. Apply to
"James Campbell, or
April ap. §
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe aad
the F.aft Indies, a well fele&ed assortment of Silk
Mercery, Linen Drapery and Hahertlaftery Goods; whi;h
he will fell, Whajefale and Retail, on theldfcreft terms ;
AMONGST WHICH ARE,
Some fine India muftins embroidered with goldand fdver
"Superfine Book, Jaconet, aadMulmul ditto
Do I do do * do Handkerchief»
Some extra black taflTeties.luuflringsand color ad Pcrfians
Long and short Nai.keens
Engliih Mantuasof the firft quality
Damalk table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hoficry, au elegant aifortmint
Thead andl:e«on do
Umbrellas—green ftlE, oil's jo i.id do cfoth
French cambrics, very fine
Irifn Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 5
WINE, London particular Madeira, 4 years old,
in pipes and hogsheads
Claret, gennineoM, in cases 1
Gin, in pipes, from Holland 1
Earthen Ware, in crates
Basket Salt, in hog (heads
Shot, Nos. 6, 7, 1 and 9
Bar Lead, Red and white dry lead
Steel, German and Raffia, in barrels
Anchors, cablcs, junk, bunting, tarpolin canvas,
* Tin plates —An invoice Stationary, by
THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND.
July *9 ; £_
At a special meeting nf the Board of Di
re3nrs.for eJlabli/Ijitig ujeful ManufucJurct, boldsn
at Paterfon, July 8, 1796,
RESOLVED, That a special meeting of the Stock
holders of the Society be called «n the firil Monday,
being the third ay of O&ober nit, at Paterfon, by &en
of the clock of the fame day ; then and there to t'-k.'
into eorfidcration the p'opriety of dissolving the laid
coVpor'uioii, agreeably to the Jew in luch cafe
provided—and the Stockholders are rarneftly requsfted
to attend the said nweting in person or by proxy.
August 17 • dt JothO
A Complete Font of Brevier,
'C'Ntirely new, and yet unopened. The weight of this ,
jL-i font is about 31a lb. It is from the Foundsry of *
Wilson & Sons, Glasgow, and will be fold at coll & charges. '
Alio for Safe, i pair of Super Royal Chafes.
Enntiire at the Office of the Gazette of the Unitde
States, 119 Chefnut-ftreet. Aug. 19 §4w
A very valuable Merchant Mill,
A DISTILLERY and BREWERY, and sundry STONE
QUARRIia to be let 1
I will rent my merchant Mill at the little Falls of Po
towmac, for any term not less thanfeven, nor more than a
eleven years, from the firft day of September next. The
milUhouf is 4 i by 40 feet, three stories high, huilt with
stone, and has in it three pain of French Burr Stones, two
overlnot iS feet wattr wheels, and Evans's machinery
complete, with every other thing proper and necessary f»r
carrying on the bofineft with dispatch, and at as little ex
pense as poflibfe, all in good order—From the mill to my
landing on the Fstomac river, (whs re craft, of any bur
then may d«liver grain and take in flour) it is about 40 ,
yards, and from thence by water to George-Town and ,
the City of W alhingtos, about 3 miles, and to Alexan- r
dna about 11 miles. This situation, aided by a fufficient a
capital, will command the produce of a very extensive t
back country, where large quantities of wheat and other c
grain is annually made, the distance to it beinij from 8 '
to to miles less than to any raaiket town up.-hi the navi- J
gat ion of tile Potowirac. The»e are on the premises a
large done Coopers' flup, a stone granary, .and a commo
dious miller's house. At the landing aforefaid a bridge
is now building over the Potomac, which is in great for
wardnefsand probably will be finifhedthe ensuing fall.
There are also on the premises, a Brewery and Distille
ry, built with stone, in them are three stills, two co f .pcrs
or boilers, with every nesefiUry article, aU new, and in
good order, and fufficiently large to carry on the Brew
ery and Diftillsry upon a very extensive plan. This prop
erty I will rent for the fame term of years.
Upoii my lands adjoining the premises, and along the
banks Of the river, where craft may iead with ease and dis
patch, is an inmejife q iantlty of building and founda
tion-Hones. Four, quarries are bow open, and as many
more may be opened with ease : the stone taken from thefc
quarries is better, and kas the preference at this market,
to any other stone brought to it. I will reut these quarries f
separately or tog -< her as may best suit.
On the top of the hill, and about 100 yards from the
mill, is a stone Dw'elling-houfe, large enough for the ac- r
eommodation of a family : also, a kitchen, dairy, fmeke
boufe, &x. and a garden, ene ofed and in cultivation, the \
foiof which is equal in goodness to any in this state. I ~
will also rent this property.
Adjoining to the Brewery and Distillery is a Smith's i
ihop, in which is a complete set of BUckftnith's tools, f
which I will aifc rent, and if agreeable I will hire to the
tenant two negro blackiiniihs, one of them is 3. complete
li I rent out the stone quarries, I will fell three crafts, 1
which were built for the purpose of carrying stone : they' c
will altogether bring upwards of. 90 perch. ,Immediate j
possession will be given. For terms apply to the fubferib
, er in t(at town. '
The Mill, Brewer)-and Distillery, withthe'r appurten- j
mccs, will be delivered to the tenant or tenants in good
repair, and muff be so returned, at the expiratien of the
lease or Icafcs.
PRIMP RICH -RD fENDAtt.
AUx.i diia, Aug. j6—25 y. A .
From on.lxsard fte Brig REBECCA, Dominic Pivine,
Master, at Philip C*re'« Whiif # and for Sale by the
Lonhn Particular Madeira WINE,
la Pipes, Hoglheads and CaQts.
There are in the above 'parcerin iihds. of CHOICE
OLD fit for immediate use.
Robert Andrews, ,
Sept. 4. mw&f No. g6, So. Wharves.
C ABLE S,
Frorti i 6 to 9 i inches, for sale hy
July 21 $ No it norrhTh-ftirdreet.
Saies of India Goods.
The Cargo ef the ftiip Ganges, capt. Tlngey, from Cal
cutta and Bengal,
A Large and general aflortn'ient of Bengal and Madras
• COTTON and SII.IC GOODS.
AMONG WHICH AUK
A ■ variety fine worked.andplain Mujlins,
Doreas, Xsfc. .Also,
' A Quantity of Excellent Sugar,
Jn boxes acd hags—and BLACK PEPPER,
For Sale by
Willings y Francis,
r No. il Venn Street.
Tune 8 * 5
T ——- —————————— -
Received by the Sally, Mitchell, from Havre-tie-
10 Ladies' SHOES of all colors forts and sizes
I Cafe j
I Ditto white and colored Silk STOCKINGS
1 Di:t9 Fi-ic I A.WM
1 Diuobeft fine CAMBRIC
I Ditto Ladies' best fhamray and Grenoble 6!oves
For Sale by THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND.
Aug. 14 S
COFFEE, in hhds. hbl*. & bags^
COITON, of Deraerara, and > entitled to drawback
BOSTON BEEF, and Mould and Dipt CANDLES.
Apply to ISAAC HARVEY, Jun.
No. 5 south Water-ftr«jet.
> 8 mo. io.
Received by the Pennsylvania, from Amjlcrdam.
GIN, in pipes
Ticnlenburgs > In Bales
Ha™en, } Stripes, in cases
Ra°vens d 5 } DUCK 'S« di «°
BcHti .ks, in ditto
esr ) <•*»
Fpr Sale by THOMAS W JOHN KETLAND.
■ - ... V. , . s
A Three story BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefr.ut
IJeftreet, betwe!'«i Front and Second ftrsets, in which
MeiTrs. James Calbraith & Co. lftve for many ye. .. (aud
now do) carried on business.
Poireliion will be given in one month, or.sooner.
For temps apply to • WILLIAM BEI.L, or
April tl. $
/"\R Clerk's,place is wasted by a person properly qua'i-
V_/ fied, and whose character will be found unexception
, able. Apply to the Printer.
. Aog. 11 tf
| DUTY ON CARRIAGES.
Notice is hereby Given,
THAT agreeably to an aft of Congress of the United
Siatei of America, patted at Philadelphia, the 28th day
* of May, *796 ; layinrduiiet on Carriages, for the convey
l ance of pertons, and repeating the former a&s for that pur
pose.—That there (hall be levied, cofle&ed and paid, Dpnn
all carriages for the conveyance of persons, which (hall be
; kept by or for any perfon,-for bis or h«r own use, or to let
ojt to hire, or for the conveying of paflengers, the; several du
ties and rates following, to, wit.
For and upon every Coach, 15 dols»
upon every Charioi, ie doll.
upon every Post Chariot, ie dots*
upon every Post Ciiaife, 12 dols.
upon every Fhaeion, with or without t6p, 9 dote
upon every Coachee, 9 dols.
upon other Carriages, having panne 1 work, above,
with Minds, glaiTesor cuitains, 9 dols.
upon four wheel carriages, having framed pofls and
top* with ftcel springs, 6 dols,
upon four wheel top Carriages, with wooden or iron
springs or jacks, 3 dofc.
Upon curricles with ;ops, 3 dols.*
upon c iaiTcs with tops, 3 dols.
upon chairs with tops, 3 dols. J
upon sulkies with tops, 3 dols.
upon other two wheel top carriages, 3 dols. ,
upon two wheel carriages, with lieel or iron springs,
For and upon all other two wheel carriages, 2 dols.'
upon everyfour whepl carriage, having framed posh
and tops, and relhug upon wooden spars, 2 dols.
The ColL&ors of the Revenue of the firft survey of the
Diftri&of Pennsylvania, will attend daily, ut\t il the 30th day
of September next, for the purpose of reeetv tag the duties on
Carriages, at No. ny.inßiice or Saffafra# ftreet,,in the City
Of Philadelphia, at the house of Daniel S. Clair, Cfq in the
County of Montgomery ; and at the house of Abraham Du
i bou, Esq. in the Courtty of Bucks; of which all persons pof
, seised of fach Carriages are de!ir<& to take notiee.
Notice is also given,
"TO all retail dealers in Wines, and foreign distilled spiri
tuous liquors, that licences will be grahted U> thejtt ;
' cenee for carrying an.the business of retailing of Wines, in a
less quantity, or in less quantities than 30 gallons—and orif
licence for carrying on the business of retailing Spirituous li
quors in* less quantifies than «o gallons,at the tame <imc and
at the fame places, by tfee officers legally authorized to grant
I WILLIAM NICHOLS,
■ Infpeftor of the Revenue of the firft surrey
of thediftri&of Penof^lvania".
Ofßcr of ) S 3 #
PhiiacfcclphW, ft 111 July, 1796. >
70,000 Pieces J>'ankeens,
Of tbc beji quality and on,reasonable terms 9
FOK SaLZ 3T
Philip Nicklin fef Co.
St. Croix SUGAR and MOLASSES*
Landing from on beard tir ichooncr Little Tom, Capt.
Thomas Dennett, at Race-itrjct vtbaTf,
A choice parcel of" St. Croix Sugar,
and a few hoglheads of MoialTes.
For Salt' by
Praters and C .
Augiitl jo dio-
Frbm on board the flip STA R y Capt. Vannev:an t
About j 50,060 bottles,
From Bristol— —For Sale by
Anguft 31- , eoit .
Greet is Truth and must prevail.
And for fate at No- 41 Ckefnut-Jlreet by J. OR M ROD,
An Apology for the Bible,
By R. Watsox, d. d. f. r. s.
Bijhop of Ldnd.ijf, cjfc.
Being a complete refutation of Paine's
Age of Reason,
A«td the only anfv>er to the Second Part.
Aoguft 30. dtf
And for Sale by WILLIAM COBB£TT, bpptfte
IVA t SON'S
Apology For the Bible ;
Being a complete Refutation of that bl.f
phemous work falfely 'called the
" Age of Reason."
This most eiceller.t performance is now in the o<9avo
size, on fine paper, ana at so low a price as tbt
<if a dollar, Which, it is hoped, will be a mean of giving
it an extensive currency among readers of every clala.
Watson's Answer ti Gibson.
And for falc by J. OKMROD, No. 41, Ohefnut-ftreet,
Apology for Chrirtianity,
Jh a /trie 1 of Letters, addrejjed to
Ei>waii Gibbon, Es<i.
Authof of the HUtory of the Decline and Fall of the
By K. 17AT SON, d- d. f. k. s. Bifliop of LaneaiT.
(Price 75 cents bound )
Watson's Answer to Paine,
To be had at the fame place.
The *t>erniti tf li*h?ior, are a-wa/iJ / Lit not her
Sept. I. mw&ftf
TH/S DAY IS PUBLISHED,
By H. & P. RICE, No. i 6» Sccend-ftrect, and No,
50, Market street.
A VISIT TO THE
BEING aft accurate and particular De s cription of the
wife and humane Adminiilration adopted in every part
of that building ; containing also an account of the gra
dual reformation ar.. prefer,t improved Aate ol the Penal
I.awf of Feftofylvaina ; with Obfiyvations ca the injus
tice and impolicy of capital puhUhmcnts.
Together with' an Appendix,
■Containing tables of crim*», and quarterly statements
of the expenditures of the Prison, with tiie amount of
the labour of the convi&s.
By a Gentleman of South-Carolina.
" Lay the axe to the root and teach governments hat
manity. It is their sanguinary puniQinunts which cor
rupt mankind." [Kigbts if jVfrn.J
Sept. 7. rttf
THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED,
[Price one quarter of a dollar]
Embelliih«d with a curious Frontispiece,
The Adventures of a Porcupine ;
Or the VILLAIN UNMASKED,
BEING the Memoirs of a notorious Rogue lately in
the Britiih army, and ci-devant member ot an extensive
LIGHT'HNtiETtED association in England Containing a
narrative of the mofl extraordinary and unexampled de
pravity perhaps ever exhibited to tlje world,
in a Letter to a young gentleman in New-York.
14 Thafc things are strange, but not more itrange thaa
To which is added,
A Postscript to Peter Porcupine:
Being remarks on a Pamphlet, lately published by him,
en.itled, his " Life and Adventures."
ar DANIBI DETECTOR.
•' I'll tell the bold fae'd villain that he lies."
Sold by A. & J. G. Henbirson, corner ,; Relief and
Cartel's Alley, back of No. 77, Dock-street, and by the
diiT-rent Booksellers in this city.
Sept. 7. mw&f
And for Sale at the /hop of HILLIAM COBBETT»
oppefite Chriji Church,
\ Pmht, entitled
7'be SWAN and the WICK,
Or the Treaty of Amity and Commerce fcOrnfully
May te ltd <t tie fume places
PORCUPINE, a print.
The BLUE SHOP, a pamphlet.
A PILL FOR P. P- do
' The IMPOSTOR DETECTED, do.
Sept. < 3
No. 201, ARCH STREET.
S. LEWlS'refpeflfuHy informs His friends *nd th«
public, that his Evening School for Yoo?<o Gmaau
will commence on Monday, nth September, for the
Sejt.SS. d .4