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By J. ORMROD, No. 41, Chefnut-ftreet,
N (Price 12 1-2 Cents) J.J avc J
The President's Address
To the People of the United States, A genet
Announcing Ills intention of retiring from public life
at the expiration of the prefcnt constitutional term of j-£
j Rose'
September 10. a Ft A
Watson's Answer to Gibbon.
And for Tale by J. ORMROD, No. 41, Chefnnt-ftreet, Com
Apology for Christianity,
In a feriet'cf Letters, addrejfed is Sept
Edward Gibbon,
Author of the History of the Decline and Fall of the
Roman Empire:
Sy R. WATSON, D. d. f. r. s. Bishop of LandafT. T^OR
(Price 75 cents bound ) 1. dc
Watson's Answer to Paine, center
To be had at the fame place. s
The enemies of Religion are awake ! Let not her t
friends sleep.
Sept I. mw&ftf 1Q
Philip Nicklin & Co. ,£o
Souchong 5
Hyson Skin /
Young Hyson V FRESH TEAS »33*
Hyson and 401 °
Imperial J '
Yellov/Nankeens »°
China Ware, assorted in Boxes and Cherts J
Quicksilver erfon
Bandanno Handkerchiefs of excellent quality ic j * (
chests » ° 3
London Market f MADEIRA WINE [he
London particular S-in pipes, hoglheads, &in this
New-York Market J quarter calks rh^
Teneriffe Wine in ,pip*e and hogfceads contiti
Sugar Candy by the Box may t
Sail Canvas' No. 1 as fomth
Lead in (heets ets m;
3 Casks of Cutlery afldrted Dat
A few chests of Mancheller Goods, aflbrted.thick
fets, cords, striped Nankeens, &c.
3 Small packages of black fewing-Glks
& Tierces Virginia Snake-root.
Nails aflorted in casks
July t8 mw&f
70,000 Pieces Nankeens,
Of the bejl quality and on reasonable terms,
Philip Nicklin & Co. Clt £ h °
August 46. dtf daily
For Sale,
AThree-ftory BRICK HOUSE and Lot, in Chefnut
street, between Front and Second streets, in which ' -j- ( .
MefTrs. James Calbraith & Co. have for many years (and Ff
now do) carried on business. v ,;j( a
Possession will be given in one month, or sooner. Q e
Tor terms apply to WILLIAM BELL, or the cl
April 41. § Th
A Manufactory FOR SALE. P r ®^
A Valuable SOAP and CANDLE Manufaflory, situate acco^
in a convenient part of the city ; the works almost new, j^ur l
on an entirely origiaal conftruftion, and buile of the best J
materials, and may b- set to work immediately. Persons
who with to purchase, are requefled to apply at No. 273, a
South Second Street.
September 13. t, tf tf the u
• — ' 1 ~ requi
Brokers Office, and £
No. 63 South Third street, opposite the national himf
have entered into co-partnerlhip, under the of ingh
FRAUNCES & VAN REED, in the business of Brokers, p]
Conveyancers and Gommiffion merchants. They buy and
fell on commiflion every fpecie6 of stock, notes of hand, n
bills of exchange, houses and lands, &c.
Money procured on deposits, &c. &c. all kinds c f \T
writings in the conveyancing line, done with neatness and XN
dispatch; accounts adjusted, and books fettled, in the ' of tl
Bio ft correct manner. Constant attendance will be given, per c
They solicit a {hare of the public favor ; they are deter- if
mined to endeavour to deserve it. aStb
N. B. The utmost secrecy observed. aA,
Phii?.d. August 17, I~qC m&wtf paid
Treasury Department, « £
September 28, 1796. " fe
NOTICE is hereby given, that propolals will be re- " 1.
ceived at the office of the Secretary of the Treasury " o
jfctil the expiration c? the firft day of March next en- " S
suing, for tkifupply of all rations which may he required " I
. for the use or the United States, from the firft day of " tl
June, 1/97, to the thirty-firfi day of May, 1798, both " o
days inclusive, c.t the places and within the diftriils here- " tl
after mentioned, viz. At Ofwego; at Niagara ; at " g
Paefque lfle; at Sandulky Lafee, and on Sanduflcy " d
Riv«r; at Detroit; at Michllimacktnac; at Fort-Frank- " (5
lin; at Pittsburgh ; at Cincinnati; at Fort-Hamilton; " e
at Fort St. Clair; at Fort-Jsfferfen; at Grenville; at " t
Town and Loramies Store; at Fort Adams; at 5
Fort Wayne; at Fort Defiance ;at any place bslow Fort Ink
Defiance on the Miami River to Lake Erie; at Fort me
'Steuben ;at Fort Maflac ;at any place from Fort Maffac fcr:
to the south boundary of the United States on the river po'
Miflifippi ;at Fort Knot; at Ouiatanon. ere
If supplies {hall be required lor any posts or places not is <
mentioned in this notice, all such supplies lhall be fur- gr:
niffied at prices proportioned to those to be paid at the
posts before recited, or as may be hereafter agreed cn /
between the United States and the Contractor.
The rations to be ftipplied are to coniilt of the fol
lowing articles, viz. tar
One pound two ounces of bread or flenr. ' or
One poutid two ounces of beef, or fourteen ounces of fU
perk or bacon. bo
Half a gill of rum, brandy or whiikey. wl
' One quart and half a pint of falt.~\ m
Two quarts of Vinegar, I ]mM a t
Two pounds of Soap, ( t n i.
One pound of Candles, J
The rations arc to be ruraifhed in such quantities, as that fo i
there fball at all times during the said term, be faflicient iy
for the cenfumpiion of t'le troops atiMichilimackinac, De
troit, Niagara, and Ofwego, fer the term of fix months in
advance, and at each of the other posts, for the term of
at least three months in advance, in good aad wholesome
provifions,ifthefame fkall be required. It is to be un
derload, that the Contra&or isto beat the exj>ence and ,
ritk of iffuirgthe supplies to the troops at each pott, and 71
that all loflcs fuOained t>y the depredations of an enemy, or I
by means of the troops of the United States, shall be*paid
for atthf price of the articles captured or destroyed, on
Ihe ucpolirions of two or more persons of creditable cha
ra<3ers, and the certificate of a commifiioncd officer, af
certainitte the eircumftancep of tl- lots, and the amount
ef the w t;i lej for which comptnfatlon ihall be
Secfctaryof the Treasury. 1
.' ' „ .. . .. "
Have Imported in the late veils!s from Europe, &c. ''•
I V general affortraent of GOODS, suitable to the season t ; mcre ,
Among a which are, lo J
BROAD and narrow CLOTHS, °Wh«
Plain and twill'd COATINGS, and cat
Rose striped 3Hd point BLANKETS, q c e,
HATS assorted in cases,
INDIA GOODS, generally, At
A Consigned Invoice of IRONMONGEtvi,
Comprifmg a capital affortmentto open actore —incl-a- A
ding Thirty CsDcs of NAILS. This invoice will be foH Conta
entire on very advantageous terms. °'" 11
September 10. 1 '
— —— order
Lottery m
FOR railing Cxthoufsnd fix hundred and sixty-seven fides f
dollars and fifty cents, by a dedu&ion of fifteen per tor.
cent from the prizes, and not two blanks to a prize, viz ment.
I Prize of 5000 dollars is dollars 5000 any
1 1000 1000 FOR'
i 500 5 00 oned
5 aoo ioc 9 Mulb
20 100 4000
9$ so 495°
400 i,S 5 000 j TXI
2000 10 20,000 vv
5 Last drawn numbers of 1000 dollars tich, 5000 Febri
4331 Prizes. 44,45 0 other
4018 Blanks. out 0
. any {
6350 Tickets at Seven Dollars each, 44*4.50 will]
By order of the Directors of the Soiiety for eftablifh
mg IKeful Manufaiftiifes, the fuperintenda.uts of the Pat- Se]
erfon Lottery have reqtiefted the Managers to offer the
foregoing Stheme to the public, atid have directed them
to refund the money to those persons who liaVe purchased
in the former Lottery, or exchange the tickets for tickets
1 in thisLotl;ery. _ offer:
The lottery has actually commenced drawing, and will [ ts
contiti»e until finifteal. A lift of the Blanks and Prizes jy
may be seen at the office ol William Blackburn, No. 64 p c
fomth Second street, who will give information where tick- r . v i_ v .
ets may bs procured.
Dated this 17th day of June, 1796.
Samuel Richardet, ~"l
TJ informs the Gentlemen Peni
tv Merchants, that he has this day opened the CITY N
city of Philadelyhia: Esq.
The Subscription Room will be furnifhed with all the ; n a
daily papers publifiied in Philadelphia, New-York, Bos- p U ' D I
toil, Baltimore, together with those of the principr-.l com- yy a i
mercial cities of Europe—They will be ugularly filed at n(
J and none permitted to be taken away sn any account.
5 Tea, Coffee, Soupes, Jellies, IceCreams, The
d of French Liquors; together with the usual refrShments,
will at all times be procured at the bar.
Gentlemen may depend on being accommodated with
the choicefl of Wines, Spirituous Liquors, and the most •
approved Malt Liquors from London and other breweries.
The Larder will be supplied with the prime and aarlicft
prsdu&ions of the'Seafon.
Large and small Parties, or single Gentlemen, may be
;e accommodated with Breakfafts, Dinners, or Suppers, at
'' hours most convenient to thsmfelves—a cold Collation is 3
t«£ularly kept for conveniency, the Cillof Fare to be had wh
: s at tho bar. h
The Lodging Rooms will be completely furniflied, and ;
the utmost attention paid to cleanliness, and every other
•£5" Samuel Richardet will behappy to receive, and
execute the pimmands of his Friends, and the Public at
large; and with gratitude for their favours, he pledges
k- himfelf that nothing on his part ffiali be wanting to pre- 1 An,
3, s er ve that patronage With whieh he has been so distinguish- I p,
ingly iionored. I
■s. Philadelphia, April 19. mwf !
d ' Treasury of the United States. * Be
c f "K TOTICE is hereby given to all persons who are or I
id JN may be Creditors of the United States, for any sums
he 1 of the Funded Debt, or Stock, baring a pyfent int'erej! off'*].
:n. per centum per annum. J_ —
■r- 1 ft, That pursuant to an Ad of Congress palled on the
48th day of April, 179 C, intitled an aSt in addition to an
aift intituled " An act making fuither provision for the |
fup'port of public cradit, and for the redemption of the
public debt," the said debt or stock wiU be reimbursed and I TJ
paid in manner following, to wit. " First, by dividends 1
- «C to be made ou the last days of March, June and Septenv M«
« ber for the prefcnt year, and from the year one thousand he
" seven hundred and ninety-seven, to the year one thou- I
re- " sand eight hundred & eighteen inclufive,at the rate of f
iry « one and one half per centum upon the original capital. I I
•n- " Seenndly, by dividends to be made on the last day of 1 ]
■ed " December for the present year, and the year one | <
of " thousand fevelS hundred and ninety-seven, to the year t ]
ith " one thousand eight hundred and seventeen inclusive, at | ]
re- " the rate of three and one Jialf per centum upon the ori- j ]
at " ginal capital ;and by a dividend to be ma eoh the last
(ky " day of December, in the year one thousand eight hun- I |
ik- «di ed and eighteen, of such sum, as will be then ade- •
,n ; " quate, according to the contrail, for the final redemp
at " tion Of the said stock." I
at 4d. All diftinfiion between payments on account of
ort IrttrrH and Principal being thus abolilhed by the establish- _
ort ment of the permanent rule of reimbursement abovs de- J
(Tac scribed, it has become necessary to vary accsrdingly the
ver powers'of attorney for receiving dividends; the public j
creditors will therefore observe that the following form j
not is eftablifhedfor all powers of attorney which may be I L
far- Tanted after the due promulgation ot this notice, viz. jJ
on / of ht
do male, conjlitute and appoint J
f©l- of * m y * rix an( i lot
tmcy,for me, and in my name, to receive the dividends ivb{ib are, I ar
or/ball be payable actording to law, on the (here describing the 10(
'» of stock) fiandv.g in my r.zmc in tie bqois of (here dcfcribing the j w
books of the Treasury or the Comniiffioncr of Loans, N
where the stock is credited) from (here mfert the com- 1
mencement and expiration of time for which the power of 1 .
. attorney is to continue) 101ith power also an attorney or attor- I
J ° nS nits under him, for that purpose to make andfubjiitutc, and to do all I
I uful requjfufor efeiimg thepremifes, hereby ratifying and J
that confirming all that my said Attorney or LisfubjlllutcJhM lawful- j
cient ly do, by virtue hereof. • I
De- In IVilnrfs hereof, I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the I
h# in day of in the vear
El of Sealed and Delivered Ij,
some in prcfenctof, J [
e un- BE IT that on the day tf
e and efore me perfmally came j f
, and within named and acknowledged the above letter of attorney to I', j r
riy, or his a£i and deed. I
- paid In teflimony whereof I have hereunto set my Han i and affix- j
d, on ed Seal the day andysafila// afor.Jeeid.
e eh - (iiven under my Hand at Philadelphia, thistwen- j
;r, as- tieth day of July 1796, pursuant to dire&ions 1
aount from the Secretary of the Treasury.
% reafvrer of the United States. 1
iry. July «*. w *S* '* I J- I
Davis's Law Book Store,
No. 313, High Street. J
G.'W. DavisJjegs to give this early information, that jj
his book, arc arrived per the Glasgow from Dublia, wn«dv , n No ,
added to thof: already received v t a NeW-York and Bal
timore, will enable , him to fofnj the moil cxtenlive cata
logue ever iniported into this country. rA ,
°When opened asd arrangad, notice will be pubiithed,
and catalog-aes delivered gratis.
Loft last Evening,
At Ricketts's Amphitheatr-, (ftippofed to be taken by
some villain out of a gentleman » pocket)
A red Morocco-Leather POCKE 1-BOOK., F or r
I Containing about 185 dollars in banknotes; three notes (h( .
of hand of Rofs and Simfon, No. 304, 3°J an f ?° 6 ' f L .fl
ted i«h last August, payable 60 days after date, to the Sc[ .
" order of Paul Siemen, together for 5150 dollars ;an order
of Mrs. Ann IVacpherfon, from Paul Siemen, on Lach
lin Mac Neal, Esq. at Port-au-Prince, for 100 dollars ; be
-3 fidesfeveral letters and papers of no use but to the proprie
r tor The notes of hand and order are without endorie
ment. EIGHTY DOLLARS REWARD'is offered to s ,
3 any person who will discover and secure the thief, and 3,
o FORTY DOLLARS for only bringing the above menti- 8
0 oned nous and papers at No. 129, corner of Front and
3 Mulberry streets. d Q<a - "• —— 3
o TXTHER?AS two notes drawn by Benjamin Ha":ell
o : W and George W. Kirkland, dated Bollon, the 24th
o February, I )96, payable to Joseph May, ®r order, in '• 9>i
— months after date, one sot One 1 houfand Dollars, tire
o other Fifteen Dollars, were stolen with some other papers
out of a trunk on the Lancaster road. It is rcquefted that
any person tq whom they -aay be offered for negociation,
0 Will give notice thereof to the fubferibcr.
t- Sept. 30. ■ tickt
■d for sale, i
ts THE' fubferiber, intent on moving to the country, J 0 j,
offers for l'ale, the HOUSE in which he now I'efides— y ar
II Its healthy and beautifuljituation.oppofite the gardens
es of Mr. Bingham, needs neither comment oreulogiura. R
4 Possession will be given on or before the 15th of the
ensuing month. T
No. i2i, South 3d Street. ing
He has aljS for Sale, arc
S " A fan all handsome assortment of work'd and plain tcrij
INDIA MUSLINS, which he will difpole of reason- 0
ably. dtf. Oaober 10.
n Pennsylvania Diftrift. 3J*
Y NOTICE is hereby given, 4hat pursuant to a writ T1
ic t0 rae , dire&ed from the honourable Richard Peters, V
Esq. Judge of the DiftriA Court of the United States, two
le in and for the Pennsylvania Diftria, will be fold at a C
,f " public sale, at the Custom-House ftot-es, in Front, below torn
Walnut-street, on Monday the 24th inft. at 12 o'clock
at noon. _
ty The fame havitig been libelled aiiainft, prosecuted, and
:S ' condemned SB forfeited in the said Diftria Court.
Marshal's Office, Bth«f Oflober, 1796.
be HOLLAND GIN, of the firft qualities in.Pipes.
is Brokers and Commission Merchants, No. 63, So. 3d St.
ad who discount approved NOTES of hand.
N. B. An APPRENTICE Wanted. ~
o«l September r4. mwf j
icr — — 1 —; qui
Great is Truth and must prevail. the
nd f r
re. And for sale at No- 41 Cbefnut-fireet by J. ORMROD, no '
so " An Apology for the Bible, dri
1 By R. Watson, d. d. f. a. s.
Bijhop of Landaff, &c.
' Being a complete refutation of Paine's
ms A S e °f R^afon,
Jlx I And the only answer to the Second Part
I August 30. dt
the I
the J No. 76 High Street,
»nd TTAS received, by the latest arrivals from Europe and
nds li. the East Indies, a well felefled assortment of Silk
:nv- Mercery, Linen Drapery and Haberdashery Goods; which
and he will fell, Wholesale and Retail, on the lowest terms ; c
: oft Some fine India muslins embroidered with gold and fflver
tal. I Superfine Book, Jaconet, and Mulmul ditto °
of I Do do do do Handkerchiefs *' K
one j Some extra black taffeties,luMfl.ringeand colorad Persians
fear j Bandano Handkerchiefs '
,at j Long and Ihort, Nankeens
ori- j Englilh Mantuas of the firft quality
last | Damaik table linen and napkins, very fine
lun-j Silk Hosiery, an elegant assortment
ide- Thead and cotton do
m P" 1 Umbrellas —green silk, oil'd do. and do cloth
French cambrics, very fine
tof Irilh Linens, do. &c. &c. June 14 § tl
lifh- '
d t c - F 0 R S A L E.
the t ~
, be! A BPUT ii miles from this City, situate in Abir«g
■lZm J A ton Township, Montgomery-County ; containing .
, 170 aeres, a new stone houfe T two stories high, 2 rooms on a
a floor, fire places in each, a Hone kitchen and itone spring
1 house ? over an excellent spring of water, a barn, (tables,
j fhecU, barracks, S/.c. A large apple orchard, and a variety of 11
j other fruit, about 1a acres of good meadow well watered, 4
a ™y I and wood fuflicieut for fire, and fencing the place. PoftcfTi
gthe lon ma y be had the ift of April next. Property in this city 0
g the j taken in exchange, or MORRIS and NICHOLSONS c
oans, I Notes in payment. Enquire at No. 37, Arch-Street. c
com- I Philadelphia, September 13, 1796. ttftf a
rer of J « f
Tail 1 To be. Sold, |
and jAt No. iaß, North Second-Street, and by feueral of ,
I tbe Apothecaries in this City. ,
J rr<RAN6FERS of the right to remove pains and inflamma
sal tbe I tions from the human body, asfecured to Dr. ELISHA (
1 PERKINS, by palent, with inftrumentsand directions ne-
I ceflary for the practice. This mode of treatment is particu
-1 larly ufeful in relieving pains in the head, face, teeth, brcait, '
j fide, stomach, back, rheumatisms, recent gouts, &c, &e.
Natwithftanding the utility of this praflice, it is not pre-
I fumed but there are cases in which this and every other
y j remedy may-l'ometimesfail.
I lime t.
iajf.J,- J L_
twen- * ' To be disposed of,
ifiions HTHE time of a healthy NEGRO WOMAN, who
j 1 has between f»tir and five years to fervt: She
I can be recommended for her sobriety and honesty. F6r
•atet. I particulars enquire at No. 132. Chefnut-flrtet.
IJ. I Aujyft j. wScitsf
U s iverfity of Pennsylvania,
Otlober 5> X 796.
Thi MedicaJLrflurcswill commence the firft Monday
in November. taw^w
By Authority.
Schuylkill Bridge Lottery.
South Second-Jlreet.
. For raising Sixty Thousand Dollars, agreeably to an Aft of
ihc Leg i (Inure of Penniylvaaia, pnfTed during the lait
feflion, for building a Stoi.e Bridge over the River
Schuylkill, at the Borough of Reading, in the County of
Berks. I>oiia»f
1 Prize of 20,000 Dollars - 20,0:0
1 do. of ie,oco do. - - lo.coo
g do. of 5,000 do. - 15.000
4 do. of 2,000 do. - - 8,000
5 20 do. of 1,000 do. - 20,000
39 do. of 500 do. - - 10 50®
80 do. of 200 do. - - 10,000
i v 2®o do. of * 100 do. - - 20..000
300 dow of $0 do. - 15,000
• 1 do. of 500 .do to be paid the polTef- >
lor ©f the hrft drawn no. 5
11 5 do. of 3,000 do. to be paid poifeffors )
h of the five Jail drawn not J \5' Q0 °
v 9>1 00 *5 • 141,000
e'„ . "
10,051 Prizes 300,000
10,046 ttljuks —
it " T 1
30,000 Tickets at Ten Dollars 300,000
All Prices shall be paid fifteen days the drawing is
finifhed, upon the demand of a poffeflor of a fortunate
_ ticket, fubjeft to a ded'u&ion of,twenty per cent. The
Drawing will commence as soon as the Tickets are disposed
of, or perhaps sooner. of which public notice will be given.
Philip Miller, Peter Kerjhner, William Witman,
Joseph Hiejler, James Diemer, Thomas Dundas,
~ James May, John Otto, John Keim, Daniel Graejf,
13 Sebajlian Miller, Commissioners.
Reading, M«y the 91 h, 1756.
Tickets in the Canal Lottery, No. a, to be had at the
above office, wherejtbs ear)i«ft inJormation of the draw
ing of the Wellington No. a, and Patterfon Lottery's,
are r&eived, and check books for examination and rcgif
n tering are kept.
a " October 7. 2aw tf
' 1
Wafhmgton Canal Lottery, i
'n 0 . r.
it TT THEREAS the State of Maryland has authorised
s, VV the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix thousand,
s, two hundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cutting
at a Canal through the City of Washington, from th Po-,
w tomacto theEaftern Branch Han.our.
k The following is the SCHEME of No. I.
Viz -I Prize of »o,doo dollars, 20,000
x ditto 10,000 10,000
id 7 last drawn ">
Tickets, each f S >°°° 3S '°° o
6 ditto 1,000 6,000
10 ditto 400 ' 4,000
10 ditto 100 2,000
55 ditto 50 3,750
5750 ditto 12 69,0.-;8
• To be raised for the Canal, 26,250
5850 Prizes, 175,000
St. 11650 Blanks, not two to a prize.,
17500 Tickets, at Ten Dollars, - 175,000
<£jT The Commissioners have taken the Securities re
- quired by the' aforefaid adt for the pim&ual payment of
the prizes.
' The drawing of this Lottery will commence, without
delay, as soon as tin Tickets are fold, of which, timely
j-j notice will be given. '
' Suchprizes-as are not demanded in fix months after the
. drawing is finifhed, shall be considered as relinquished for
the benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
City of Wafhin ..oh, Feb. 11. 5
Lottery and Broker's Office,
. No. 64, South Second street.
THICKETS in the Canal Lottery, No. 2, for sale—*
• . 1 Check Book for examination—and prizes paid in
the late lottery.
' Check Books kept for examination and registering, for
[ ver the City of Washington, No. 2, and Pattefon Lotteries,
both of which are now drawing—information where
tickets are to be had, and prizes exchanged for undrawn
i an j tickets. A com?lore lift.ef.»U Jhe prizes in the late New-
Port Long-Wharf, Hotel and Public School Lottery, for
The fubfariber solicits the application of the public
and his friends, who wish to purchase or fell Bank Stock,
Certificates, Bills of Exchange or Notes, Houses, Lands,
&c. or to obtain money on deposit of property.
* m * Also Tickets in the Schuylkill Bridge Lottery for
sale at Ten Dollnrs each, which will be drawn early in
e the Spring.
__ Wm. Blackburn.
Philadelphia, Au^uft-18, 1796.
ir.g- A very Valuable Eltate,
ning /CALLED T IVI TTEN HA M, situate in the
on a V_>i township of Upper Derby, and county of Delaware,
7 1-2 miles from Philadelphia, and half a mile from the
ny ps new Western road : containing 230 acrcs of excellent land,
ered 45 which are good watered meadow, 9° pri me wood
tcfii- land, and the reft arable of the firft quality. There are
city op the prcmifes a good two story brick house, with 4 rooms
ONS on a floor, and cellars under the whole, with a pump-well
of excellent water in front; a large frame barn, ltables,
I and other convenient buildings ; a fitioke-houfe and {tone,
spring-house ; two good apple orchards, and one of peach
es. The fields are all in clover, except those immediately
under tillage, and are so laid out as to have the advantage
of water in each of them, which renders it peculiarly con
venient for grazing
nma The situation is plea/ant and healthy, and from the
LSHA cultivation of theland, the good and ..he.
s . ne " vicinity to the citt,' it is very suitable for a gentlemaa ®
rticu- t r . ' ■
(> country feat.
' j The foregoing is part of the. estate of Jacob Harman,
it pre- deoeafed 3 and ofiered for sale by
otiiei Mordecai Lewis,
Q<Sl. o. tt&i' Surviving Executor,
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