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    of the Butte* States, & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
Number 1273.] FRIDAT EVENING $ OCTOBER 7, 1796. {VOLUME X.
And Ricxetts's Amphitheatre,
For Equestrian and Stage performance!, Comer of
Cltefiiut and Sixtli-llreets, will be opened on MON
DAY, Oiflober the icth, with a
Brilliant Display of Scenery,
Ahw lights, and a great variety of
Mr. Ricketts will endeavor to make the entertain
ments of each evening ss agreeable as pofiible, being re
solved to use his best exertions to render fatitfaftion to
Irs friends and patrons.
The doors will open at 6 o'clock—Performance
commences at 7 —Boxes 7s. 6d.—Pit 31. 9^.
Tickets to be had at th? ticket office of the Pantheon,
' and at CEllers's hotel.
' Evenings of Performance to be Monday, Wednef
dav, Thursday and Saturday.
No. 153.
Dijlriß of Pennsylvania, to <w't.
BE it remembered, that on the twenty-fourth day of
September, in the twenty-firft year of the independence
' of the United Sates of America, William Cobbett of
the said diftri& hath deposited in this office the Title of
a Book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in
the words following, to wit.
" The Political Censor, or Review of the mod inte
" telling political occurrences relativ* to the United State*
" of America—By Peter Porcupine"—ln conformity to
the Aft of the Cengrefs of the United States, intituled'
" An Aft for the encouragement of learning by securing
the Copies of Map«, Charts and Books to the authors
and proprietors of such Copies, during the times therein
mentioned." SAMUEL CALDWELL, Clerk
Piflri.fl Pennsylvania.
Plans of the city of Philadelphia, j
Including the Northern Liberties and diflrift of
Poblifhed, and fold by
No. 68, High street, - ',
(Price one dollar.) , t
, THIS plan is 26 inches square, and has' beeti en
graved by one of the firft artifls In the city, fiHim a late j
and accurate fprvey. "Pur-chafers are entitled to rvpam l - (
phlet with each plan, giving " some account of the
city, its population, trade, government. &c.
July 19 tu&ftf
The Brig MART, * ]
Lying at Messrs. Willing* and Francis's '
Wharf, burthen zoo UarreU, built in Philadelphia in 1793,
©f live oak and red cedar.—She it well found, and may
be sent to sea at a small exyence. For terms apply to
Gurney S3 5 Smith.
oa. 6. dtf.
For New-York, Newport,
The nerjj Sloop EA G L E,
John Earl, maftfr : will £uLi» a-£ew fia* elegant
accommodations for paffengcrs, and will take freight on
moderate terms. Apply to the master on board, or to
Joseph Anthony £9° Co.
O&ober 5. dtS
Pennsylvania DiftriiSl. 5 JJ'
IN pursuance of a writ to me direited, from' the
Honorable Richard Peters, Esquire, Judge of the Dif
triift Court of the United States, in and for the Pennsyl
vania Diftridt, will be exposed o Public Sale at the
Merchant's Coffec-Honfe, in the City of Philadelphia,
on Wednesday the 12th day of O&oberinft. at 14 o'clock
at noon, the SHIP called
The j ose P hus >
\With all and Angular her tackle, appa
rel and as the fame now are,
the said ftiip having been condemned to pay mariners
wages, &e. W.ILLIAM NICHOLS, Marftiah
Office, 4th Oviioher, d
For Boston,
-Jft The Schooner John,
MT - A constant trader. Peter Coffin, master, p
lyin; at Mr. Vanuicm's whirs, will fail in all next week. ,
For Freight or passage apply to the Captain on board or to
Edward Stow, jun. s
Who has received by the above vessel, F
Some excellent Pickled Salmon,
and a few quintals of the q
Very belt kind of Dumb Fifli.
September 30. d 9
The capital (hip CERES,
o t uon '■ —?or freight or pzffage !i
to DAVY, ROBERTS & Co. or d
"John Vaugban, b
September 10. Front-ftrect.
JC? For Cork, !
The Ship Mary Ann, a
Francis Stuart, master: is a ftreng, good G
{hip, fails fact, and has good accommo &
dations for paflengers. Great part of her cargo being
ready, fhr will fail in 10 days. For freight or paffatre
apply to the Captain on board, at Mr. ShortalPs wharf,
Or to Stuart & Barr.
Sept. 49. dtf No. 100, South Front-street.
For Charter, n
The Danilh Barque Beneventura, 0
Sa " wcl Stub, mailer, I a;
A good vessel, of about two hundred *
tons burthen. Ji'.SSE & ROBERT WALN.
gept. 17. dtf
or Charter,
The Ship Dominici Terry, aj
C'}'* Jacob De Hart,, master .. an excellent
vessel, of about 3000 barrels burthen. 11
Jeff & Robert Wain.
September ai. 4
For Sale,
30 Hoglheads of choice New-England
4. ' Rum >
Landing from the schooner John, at Vanuxem's wharf.—
For terms apply to No. 71, North Water Street, at th:
head of the wharf.
Qft- .v dtf.
The Cargo of the Polacre Independent,
■ pAPTAIN CATHCART, from Alicant and Lifr
V_4 bon, landing at the fubferibers wharf—
28 Pipes of Brandy
18 Bales of Spanilh wool
3 do. of Annifeed
lce 7000 Bushels of best Lilbon Salt
80 Boxes of Lemons
, f A L S.O,
Seventy Hogsheads of prime JAMAICA SUGARS,
received by the fliip Dominick Terry, Capt. DeHart,
from Kingston.
13. d
ice From on board the Brig REBECCA, Dominic Davicie,
of Master, at Philip Care's Wharf, and for Sale by the
of Subscriber,
London Particular Madeira WINE,
>e- I" Pipes, Hogiheads and Quarter Calks,
tes There are in the above parcel 10 Hhds. of CHOICE
to OLD WINE, fit for immediate use.
Ed Robert Andrews,
"g Sept. 6. mw&f No. 86, So. Wharves.
: ' n rr> 1
Thomas Ryerfon
"LIAS jufl received, by the fliips Molly and Hamburgh
J- A Packet from Liverpool, and the Light Horse from
Bristol, and is now opening fer sale, at his Acre No.
of 177» Market-ftr««t, an extensive assortment of *
Ironmongery, Cutlery, Hardware
and Saddlery.
The ship Caroline, now on htr passage from Liverpool
to Philadelphia, brings the remainder of his fall impor
n N. B. At the above store may be had, a few elegant
te Mahogany Cases for Table Furniture; also, a good af
nt" fdVtment of the best kinds of Knives and Forks.
,e d C
No. 76 High Street,
HAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and
the Eafl Indies, a well feleflcd assortment of Silk
,' s Mercsry, Linen Drapery and Hnberdafliery Goods; which
he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, on the lowest terms;
Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and fflver
Superfine Book, Jaconet, and Mulmul ditto '
Do do do do Handkerchiefs
Some extra black tnffeties,lutcftringsand colored Pcrfians
— Bandano Handkerchiefs
Long and (hort Nankeens
» Englilh Mantuas of the firft qualify
Damalk table linen and napkins, very fine
Silk Hosiery, an elegant afTortment
Thead and cotton do
It Umbrella),—green (ilk, oil'd do. and do cloth t
n French cambrics, very fine
Irifli Linans, do. &c. &c. June 14 § ,
HOLLAND GIN, of the firft qualities in Pipes.
Brokers and Commiflion Merchants, No. 63,50. 3d St. '
! e Who discount approved NOTES of hand.
~ September T4. mwf
|» For sale by the fublcribers,
130 quarter Chests frefh Hyson Tea ;J
it,o ditto freili Souchong Tea;
300 Boxes China, containing small tea sett» #f 4% [
l " pieces;
e ' 400 pieces Bandanoes.
Willings Ss 5 Francis. 1
January 30 tt&f c
By N. and J. FRAZIER,
No. 95, S. Front-ftreot,
' Prime Boston Beef, in barrels.
Georgia Cotton.
Carolina Rice and Indigo.
Sherry and Teneriffe Wines, of excellent quality.
Ravens Duck. e
Indio Bandanno's.
Sewing Silks, various Golours.
Coffahs and Gurrahs.
Sspt. 17. tts4w.
Lottery and Broker's Office, F
No. 64, South Second street.
TICKETS m the Canal Lottery, No. 1, for sale a
Check Book for examination—and prizes paid in h
re the late lottery. S
Check Books kept for examination and r gifterine, for
,r the City of Washington, No. 2, and Pattefon Lotteries, ! 1
both of which are now drawing—information where t
tickets are to be had, and prizes exchanged for undrawn 1
tickets. A complete lift of all the prizes in the late New- ! I
Port Long-Wharf, Hotel and Public School Lottery, for 3
The fubferiber foKcits the application of the public ]
and his friends, who wish to purchase or fell Bank Stock, t
d Certificates, Bills of Exchange or Notes, Houses, Lands! :f,
1 S(c. or to obtain money on deposit of property.
e Wm. Blackburn.
r Philadelphia, Augufi 18, 1796. mth h
WHEREAS two notes drawn by Benjamin Haflcell a
and George W. Kirkland, dated Boston, the 24th
February, 1796, payable to Joseph May, or order, in 18
months after date, one for One Thoufend Dollars, the
other Fifteen Dollars, were stolen with some other papers t<
> out of a trunk on the Lancaster road. It is requeflfd that I
auy pcrfon to whom .they may be offered for t
d Will give notice thereof to the fubferiber.
S'Pt- 3°- ttstf
Diflolution of Partnership.
•yHE Partnerlbip between ROBERT ANDREWS and !'
DAVID MEREDITH, under the firm of ANDREWS
M Jr REDITH ' diflolved. All pei Tons who are 8
t indebted to, or who have claims against the said house, are
requtfted to apply for ftttleir.cnt to the fubferiber.
- , c No. 86, So. Wharves.
$tpt.6,i7 9 6. d |f
John Whitefides & Co.
Have for Sale,
Venetian Red,
[■ * Spanilh Brown,
the White Lead, greund m oil:
Shot, No. i, i, 3, 4, 5.
-ondon Porter, in calks apd bottles.
— Green Copperas.
It, Several crates of Queens Ware, in fett-s, with desert
■ f ditto cempleat.
T Blifltred Steel,
©erman ditto.
Sept. it. ' d2w
For Sale,
An Invoice of Cordage,
t Confiding of different sizes, from > a inch cables (iov/n
' to rope of 2 inches, of different lengths: Imported in
ir ' the (hip Swift, from Hull, ani? entitled to drawback.
Sept. iy. dtf
ne » Of the firjl quality, FOR SALE Bt,
For any quantity above Five Thousand Pieces, a !!<•
beral credit will be given. R. & J. P.
_ September 13. T. tf
:e ••. • —- ■■ 1
70,000 Pieces Nankeens,
Of the bejl quality and on reafenable terms >
— Philip Nicklin Iff Co.
August 26. dtf
S Philip Nicklin & Co.
,0 - ... UAFh SOK SALE.
, Souchong -.
Hyson Skin / «t
Young Hyson > FRESH TEAS
10 1 Hyson and \
, r . Imperial ■
Yellow Nankeens ,
nt China Ware, aflbrted in BoJces and Cherts
if- Quicksilver
Bandanrio Handkerchiefs of excellent quality in
London Market MADEIRA WINE
London particular >in pipes, &
New-York Market J quarter "calks
, Teneriffe Wine in pipes and hoglkeads
1? Sugar Candy by the Box
Sail Canvas No. 1 a 8
Lead in Iheets
3 Calks of Cutlery aflbrted
er A few chests of Marichefter Goods, aflorted thick
sets, cords, striped Nankeens, &c.
3 Small packages of black sewing-silks
ns fc Tierces Virginia Snake-root.
Nails aflbrted in calks
july_iß row&f
Wanted to Rent,
A convenient, Iveil furni/Jjed Bed Chamber,
Withagpod fire-place, in an airy and healthy part of
the city. The person whs wants to rent such a chamber,
Would have no objection to board, or breakfaft only, with '
_ the family, occupying the house, as may be moll agreeaßle. '
Apply to the printer.
.September V). taw
£ —
Public Notice is Hereby Given,
!t - r "F"'O the Freemen of the City and County of Phila-
X delphia, and the County of Delaware, that a gene
ral eledlion will be held on Tuefdiy the eleventh day
_ of Odtober next. —The eledlion to be opened between ,
the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon, and one
o'clock m the afternoon.
When the freemen of the City of Philadelphia, are
to meet at the State-house in the fa<d city, to ele.fl
Six Representatives for said city "in General Affem- t
l * bly,
One Representative for said city in the House of Re
presentatives ef the United States.
Twenty persons for members of the Common Coun- -
Twelve persons for members of the Seledl Com
The Freemen of the City and County of Philadelphia
to eledl
One person for Governor
Two persons for Coroners
One person for County Commifliener
The Freemen of the County <rf Philadelphia, to
Six Representatives for said County in General As
One Representative for said county in the House of "
Representatives of the United States.
The Freemen of the City and County of Philadel- "
phia, and Countyjjf Delaware, to eledl
One Senator for the State
.a The Freemen ot the townfhipof the Northern Li
in berties are to hold their election at the town-house in
Second Street continued, above Coats's Street.
or The Freemen of the townlhips of Germantown,
:s, : Roicborough and Bristol, are to hold their election at
re the Union Srhool House in Germantown.
•n j The Freemen of the townlhips of Oxford, Byberry,
v- j Lower Dublin and Moreland, are to hold their eledlion
or at ththoufeof the late John rfarnfley in Bufsletown, in
1 the tewnlhip of Lower Dublin. 1
j And the F'eemen of the Diftrift ofSouthwark, and
*> , the townlhips of Moyamenfing, Paflyunk, and King
's' ' fefling, are to hold their eledlion at the State-House in
the City of Philadelphia.
The Constables of each Ward, Diftridl, &c. are to "
hold their eledlion, in the different diftridls to choose
their infpedlors for the enfuingyear, and to give their
attendance at the time and refpedlive places.
;; Sept. 26. JOHN BAKER) Sheriff.
:8 " ~
ie *** The Eledtors of Chester county are requested
rs to meet at Hunt Dawning's, in Eaft-Calntownlhip, on
at Friday, the 7th day of Odlober ensuing, to form a
n, ticket for the ensuing eledlion.
September 12, 1796.
"*** The Inhabitants of the county of Chester are
requested to meet at the hpufe of Abraham Marlhall,
in the townfliip of Weft-Bradford, m said county, on r
the 7th day of Odtober next, in order to consult on a r
re general ticket for the ensuing eledion. "
re September 14, 1796.
IV A A" T £ D,
An APPRENTICE to the Prirting Business. R
Enquire attbi. Offite. ?
University of Pennsylvania,
OScber S, 1796.
The Medical Le&urcs will commence the firft Monday
ill November. taw^w
India Tamboured Muslins.
:rt A small, handsome ajforiment of Muslins,
Fine tambo»ired Malda and Santijiorc SrliCiw, tuiDU*
patterns and priccs.
Plain 6-4 Jaconet.
Corded and cross-barred Mu/l'n Shawls.
Ditto ditto 6-4 and <1-4 Dorcas.
5, Mmflin Handkerchiefs, fine and coarse.
Japan Muslins, and
A few pieces extraordinary fine Long Cloths. i
TOU. lAlt BY
irt Thomas Tinge?,
Ko. 111, SouthThird-ftreet.
Sept ia> tutf&f
Sales of India Goods.
The Cargo of the (hip Ganges, capt. Tingey, from Cal
cutta and Bengal,
consisting or
"* A Large and general assortment of Bengal and Madras
A variety fine worked, and plain Mujlins,
Doreas, EsV. Alio,
A Quantity of Exce'knt Sugar,
In boxes and bags—and BLACK PEPPER,
For Sale by
- Willings Francis,
No. 11 Penn Street.
June 8 §
THE fubferiber intends to make application for a re
newa. of the following eertificate, luppofed to be
loft on the parage to England in April 1794 :
Certificate No 1033.5, dated 15th' November, 1793,
for 1830 dollars and 91 cents —Six per cent, domcllic
debt, on the books of the Trsafury of the United States,
in the name of the Hon. John Trevor.
ROBERT BIRD, at John Warder's,
in Philadelphia, August 30th, 1796. *tu&f6w
& New-England Rum,
In hogfhesds,
Welfti's best Boston Chocolate,
HYSON-SKIN TEA, in quarter chests,
t- No. 60. Dock-street.
Sept. 3,4. co6t.
Great is Truth and must prevail.
- And forfait at No- 41 Chefnut-Jlreet by J. ORMROD,
An Apology for the Bible,
3 f , By R. Watson, d. z>. f. a. s.
r > # Bijhop of Landajfy life.
s h Being a complete refutation of Paine's
Age of Reason,
Aid the only answer to the Second Part.
~ August 30. dtf
By W. Young, Mills and Son,
[Price ?s cts. in boards, 62 1-2 neatly bound]
n An Apology for the Bible,
In a fries of Letters,
Addrefleri to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled
e The Age ef Reason, part' ike fecand, being an in
•vejligation of true and fabulous theology.
' By R. WATSON, D. D. F. 11. S. Lord Bifhcp of
Landaff, and Regius ProfefFor of Divinity
in the Uaiverfity of Cambridge.
"Sept. lis! tu&f6
By Mathew Carev, 118, Market-street,
a A DifTertation on Slavery,
For the Gradual Abolition of it
In the State of Virginia.
, By ST. GEORGE TUCKER, Profffor of Law in
the University of H illiam and Mary, and one' "f
the Judges in the General Court irt Virginia.
" Slavery not only violates the Laws of Nature and
f " Civil Society, it also wounds the best forms of govern
" ment: in a Democracy, where all mcir'are equal, slave»
. "ry is contrary to the spirit of the constitution."
Sept. 29- -f . 6 1
1 By W. YOUNG, MILLS and Son,
Corner of Second and Chef nut Jireets,
t Price 12 1-2 cents,
The President's -Address
i To the People of the United States,
The resolution he has formed to decline being c«nfidered
1 amorig the number of those out of whom a choice is to
be made, at the ensuing ele&ion of a Prefidcnt of the
1 United States.
20 - ws6 '
r J* ORMROD, No. 41, Chefnut-flreet,
(Price 12 1-2 Cents)
The President's Address
To the- People of the United States,
Announcing his intention of retiring from public life '
1 at the expiration of the present constitutional term of
1 preudency.
September 20. J
Mordecai Lewis
NANKEENS, long and fkost.
China, well aflbrtcd.
Quicksilver, ,
Baftas. >
Bandano Handtercbiefi-
Roll Brimllone.
Se P'- 6 * ttScflaj