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> 'At South Jlreet-wharf, from oh board the /hip Sedg
ley, Captain Hodge, from St. Pelerjburg,
The following Goods:
Rnflii Sail Duck, firft quality.
Do. Sheeting do.
Do. Diaper. -
"Do. Mould Candles, 4, 5 and 6, to? the lb. of the
. , EngtHh size.
Do. White 6andle Tallow.
Do- White Soap in small holes
Do. Cordage of fine yarn.
Jfinglafs, ill and and fort.
Horse Hair uncurltd.
Ruflia Bar Iron.
. Dio. Nail Rods.
10 Tons Oakum and Junk.
St. Peterlburg CSean Hemp.
For Sale by
Philips, Cratno'nd, & Co.
» October it.
JOHN MILLER, Jan. & CO.
Have received per the William Pe'hn, in addition to
their own affbrment,
A corifignraent of twenty trunks of Calicoes, ele
gant London patterns ; also a few cases of handfeme
Buttons—Which will be fold at a short credit, 6n very
reasonable terms, by the package only.
Q<ft. 14. , dtf
. A Complete Font of Brevier,
ENtirelynew, and y.et unopened. The weight of this
font is about 31a lb. !t is from the Foundery of
Wilson & 9ons,Glafgdw, and will be fold at cofl & charges.
Also Tor Sale, a pair of Super Royal Chafes.
Enquire at the Office of the Gaaette of the United
States, 119 Chefnut-ftreet.
September 27. dtf
A few pipes of Madeira Wine, landing from on
"board the schooner Lucy, Capt. Prows, at Cnefnut- J
street wharf, and for file by the fubferiber. 1
OA. 14 mw No. 86, So. Wharves. J
City cf Walhington. <
SCHEME of the LOTTERY, No.II, ,
TOR THE IMPROVEMENT 0 t THE (
A magnificent J 10, coo dollar*, & > j
dwelling-house, J calh 30,000, ire )
1 ditto 15,000 & cast 25,000 40,000 j
1 ditto 13,060 at cafli 15,000 30,000 (
1 ditto io,ooo & cast 10,000 20,000 t
1 ditto y,ooo & calh 5,000 i o,ooa \
1 ditto 5,000 & calh 5,000 10,006 f
z cafe prize of 10,006 1
% do. s#ooo each, are • 10,000 1
10 do. 1,000 - • To,ooo
so do. 500 - • to,ooo
00 do. 106 - - t0,006
*ob do. 50 '• * 10,000 a
400 do. 15 - 10,000
1,000 do. so « 10,006
15,000 do. io - > 150,000 j
**,739 Priaw. t
33»»Si Blanks. r
50,000 Tickets, it Eight Dollar*, 400,606 e
N. B. To favour those Who may take a quantity'Of a
Tickets,the prixe of 40,000 dbllars will belie last draw*
ticket, and the last but OKI: f
And approved notes, feeiring payment in either money
or prizes, in ten days after drawing, will be received for e<
iny number not less than .to tickets, p
This Lottery will afford an elegant fpetiflien of the pri- d
vate buildings to be ere&ed in the City of Washington— tl
Two beautiful designs are already fele&ed for the entire w
fronts on two of the public squares; from these prawirtgs g
it is proposed to ere£t two centre and four corner buildings,
as soon as poflible after this lottery is fold, and to convey
them, when complete, to the fortunate adventurers, in
"the manner described in the scheme for the Hotel Lottery.
A Dett deduction of five per cent, will be made to defray
the neceHary expeofe* of printing, the furplns
will be.made a part of the fund intended for the National ■
Oniverfity, to be eicclcd within the city of Washington.
The Drawing will commence as soon as the tickets are
fold off.—The money prizes will be payable in thirty days
ifter it is finiftiod ; and any prizes for which fortunate tn
numbers ate not produced within twelve months after the 0
drawing is dosed, arc to be confidcred as given towards 01
the for the University ; it being determined to fettle bi
the Whole business in a year from the ending of the draw- w
ing, and to take up the bonds given as feeurity. t0
the real securities given for the payment of the Prizes, ta
Ire held by the President and two Directors of the Bank
of Columbia, and are valued it more than half the a- "
mount of the lottery. j"
The rweaty four gentlemen who by appointment of /
' the late Commiffioßers afliiled in the management of ihfl
Hotel Lottery ire requeued to undertake this arduous taflc „
a second time on behalf of the public ; a fufficient num k
ber of these having kindly accepted, it is hoped that the r >
friends to a National University and the other federal ob. n
jeA» may colitmue to favor the design.
Ey accounts received from the different parts of the
Continent as well as from Europe, where the tickets
have been sent for sale, the public are assured that the
drawing will speedily e»mmen«e, and- that the care and -
caution unavoidably necessary toinfure a fafe disposal of
the tickets, has rendered the inorr fufpeufion indispensable,
Tiekets may be had at the Bank of Columbia ; of h
James Weft & Co. Baltimore ; of Prtcr Oilman, Boston : f
of John Hopkins, Richmond ; and t>f Richard Wells, 8
'Cooper's X'erry. co v
To be disposed of, t
THE time of a healthy NEGRO WOMAN, who *
hjs between four and Ave years to ferv*: She
•Mn be recommended for her Tobriety *nd honesty. For
particulars enquire at No. 131, Chefnut-ftreet.
A 3- wfcftf
Mr. F RA N CIS,
(Of the New Theatre)
TAKES this opportunity of returning thanks to his
frholars and to the public. Mr. Francis intends. 5
en his return from Maryland, to open a public .tea- <
demy for dmcing, upon a plan entirely new. He 1
flatters bimfclf that his attention to his pupils hi- 1
therto renders any promilts of conducing his future '
schemes on the moll liberal and ftrifleft terms, of pro- '
priety, totally unnceelTary. '
N. B. Private tuition ufuaf.
June i law '
Dancing school. ;
WILLIAM M'DOUGALX. will open his fdiool ob Klon
day the 3id inft. at ten o'clock in the morning, at his
Elegant hew Bail Rooms,
In Fourth, between Chefnut and Walnut Str«efß.
Hours of tuition for young ladies, from 10 to 1 o'clock
on Mondays, Wcdnefday, and Friday mornings; and for
young gentlemen from 6 to' 9 o'clock on the evenings o
the fame days.
.. In addition to a namber of new cotillions, he means to
introduce a variety of Scotch Reels.
Note. The firft pra&ifmg ball to be on Tuesday e
vening, the firft of November, and to be continued every
Tuesday, during the season.
For terms, tcc, enquire at his ho use, No. l j4.Market
Ofl. iy. . . ■ — CCtf.
This Day is Publiflt-ed,
By William Cobbett, ogpofite Chr fl-Church,
An Answer to Paine's Rights*of Man,
By I< Makcnzic, Esq. of Edinburgh.
To'which is added)
>. A Letter to Citizen Swanwick>
By Peter Porcupine.
The whole is dedicated to Doator Joseph Priestley,
, Felloiv of the Royal Society of London, Citizen ot
America, and Deputy Elect to the National Conven
tion of France.
To be Sold,
" e " The Time of a smart, a&ive Negro Lad,
y Who has Eleven years to serve.
Enquire at No. 58, South Front-street.
Oflober it. §
Valuable Real Estate,
'* For Jklt at Außion by Casper Thiell, of Hamburgh
late the property of "fame: and William Kinnear.
For file by public anflion, on the 9th day of November
j ne*t entiling, at the sign al Gtn. Waftiington, Wood's
tavern, borough of Reading, Berks county, the follow
ing real eftate,viz.
1M A TRACT of land containing 465 acres with
°" 1 xl allowance for roads,cilkd the Purchife,
Suited in BrUnfwick township, Berks connty, patentod,
i!th o: Jan. 178S This tratS, of which about 15 acres
n are cleared, is of good foil, situated on the or
> Little Schuylkill, Well watered and timbered, on which is
creded a good log dwelling house and flablfc.
No. a. A trad of unimproved It nd, containing 184 a»
eres, with allowance, &c. called Hopewell, patented aßth
1 O(Sober, 1790, situated in Brunfwick township, Berks
connty, foil good.
No. 3. A tract of unimproved land, containing 376 a
, cres with allowance, &c. called Hillfbarg, patented 18th
Odlober 1790, situation, &c. as N0,2.
No. 4. A tracft »f unimproved land, containing 388 a
cres, with allowance, &c. patented ißth of Ortober, 1716,
'situation, &c. as No. land 3.
No. 5. A tracft of land, containing 168 acres, and 5*
perches, with allowance, &e. situated in Brunfwick tdwn>
ship, Berks county, on Tomagua, or little Schuylkill, 5
miles above the town of Hamburg, on which is ere&ed a
well finifhod two story fqhared log dwelling houfc, 17
feet by 35, within the distance ofloo perdiesfrom a forge,
with the advantage of a firry and public house jthefead
vantages render this trad very valuable.
No'l6. A town lot In Hamburg, enclosed with a poll
ind rail, or board fence, containing in front, 60 feet, and
in depth lße feet, fubjeft to a -ground rent of 7/6 per an
No. 17. A town lot "In Hamburg, cnclofed as no 16, to
which it adjoins, being of the fame dimenfiofls, and fubieA
to the fame ground rent, on Which is oreded a log stable,
by it feet
No. tB. A town lot in Hamburg, adjoining to No 17,
a corner lot, fronting on Main and Schuylkill streets, di
mensions the fame as No. 16 and lsi, above fub
je<S to 10/o per annum ground rent. On this lot is er
eded a large % story dwelling house, 45 feet fr >nt on Main
flreet, by 34 feet in dfcpth on .Schuylkill street, pleafiintly
' and advan'tageouQy situated for a store. (
1 N. B. The above described three town lots will be fold
separately or together, as may bed fu:t the purchasers.
Conditions of sale—One third of the purchase money
to be paid to the subscribers, or either of them in Philadel
phia, M or before the expiration of one month from the
• day #* sale, when a deed of conveyance will be eiecuted ;
■ the rtfidue payable in iequalpayments, at 6 and \ i months
with intereft,the payment whereof to be secured by mort
-1 gage on the premises.
Jatnej Hendcrfon, ~] Affigneesw
Frederick l>lontmol!in, I the cftate of
Thomat Rogers, J James k Wm.
Jtfeph D. Drinker, J Kinnwr.
September »6. m & th.
STOP THE THIEVES !J!
LAST Wednesday Evening, Oflober ig, belween the
heartof 7 and loo'cloclc, the bed 100 m of Mr Rickettsia
O'Eller's hotel was emered, either by means of falfc keys,
orat the window, by some villain or villains, who mull have j'
been acquainted wi h the fiuation of the house (as the door '
was found locked after they had committed 'be thefi) who
took a way from amoogfi feveial ttmiks, ONE whiclj con«
tained a valuable part of Mr. Rickeit's property, but of which
he it not yet able to ascertain the contents particularly. Af
tfr bringing the said trunk away, and emptying it .of up
wards of a thousand dollars in cash and bank notei, the vil
. lains left it behind the circus, during the time that the per
formances of the evening were going forward'
It is earoeftly requefled, that al) tavern-keepers on the stage
roads, and the ferry tioufes, as well ssallcivil officers, may
be waicliful in lecuiiog iulpicious persons, who in-y have a
redundance of cash, which their appearance would by no
• means bespeak them to be poQiclfed of.
One Hundred Dollars Reward
; Wi " given for securing the thief or thieves, snd a far
ther reward for securing them with the property.
j ...pa- d.
I MR. RICKETTS
BEGS leave to inform the Ladies md Gentlenen, that
r he will open his RIDING SCHOOL on the ift of Nov.
. for the initiation of Ladies and Gentlemen in the ele-'
, gant aecomplifhmcnt of riding and managing thtir horses
with ease to thcmfelveß.
Mr. Ricketts has well trained Horses for the accom
modation of Ladies and Gentlemen for exercise, to pay
, mouthly. Pupils to pay by the season, or by the lesson.
Horfas trained to the road or field.
' Odleber 14. j
FOR SAL i. 1
A B 11 mlles fro ™ !l, '» Citv >in Abii.e
---s 11 ton Townlhip, Montgomery County j contiinine
* 1° alr r'' a r ew l ? one houfe ' two ft °f'es high, 1 rooms on a
. floor, fire places in each, • stone kitchen and (tone fining
" r>r r \ n fpT ' nE ° f wat,r '» b "n, flables,
* !!lh r '" C k'' A lar f= a "P lc orchard, and a varieivof
: ot n trlrul j> about 12 acres of good meadow well watered,
. " woo ° for fire, and fencing ihe place. Poffcfli
on may be had the ift of Ap.,l „e xt . Prooerty i„ ,h„ ,ity
will be take,, in exchange, or MORRIS and NICHOLSONS
Notes m paymenr Enquire at No. 37>A Kh-6trect,
' rl.iladelplua, September 13, i7gb, ,' t y
3 * n ESPECTFULLY informs the Gentlewirn
Iv Merchants, that he has this day opened the CIT V
TAVERN and MERCHANTS COFFEE HOUSE in the,
6. city of Philadelphia; .. , ,
The Suhfcription Room will be fiirniihed with all the
ar daily papers published in Philadelphia, N-'w-York, Bof
-0 ton, Baltimore, together with thoie of the principal corr
mrrcial cities of Europe—They will be r«gularly filed
IQ and nolle permitted to he taken away dh any account.
Tea, Coffee, Soupes, Jellies, Ice Creams, and a variety
e . of Frthch Liquors; sogethtt-with the ufUßl'refrdfliments,
ry will at all times be procured at the b*r. ,
Gentlemen may depend on being Accommodated with
et the choicest of Wines, Spirituous Liquors, and the most
approved Mait Liiptdrs fro.m London and other breweries.
The Larder will befupplied With the prime and earliest
produ<slions of the Season.
Large and small Faities, or fiwg 1e Gentlemen, may be
accommodated With Breakfafts, Dinners, or Suppers, at
1 hours ttiofl: convenient tt> themfelves —a cold Collation is
' regularly k*pt for cofivetiiency, tht Billot" Fare to be had
at tho bar.
The Lodging Rooms will be completely furnifhed.-and
the utmost attention paid to (leihiliuefs, and every other
y, £5" S \uu2L Richardet will be happy to receive, and
of elecute the commands of his Krli llds, and the Public at
n . large; and With gratitude fer their favours, he pledges
himftlf that fiothing on fhallbe wanting topri
fdrvethat patronage with which he-has been ft tfiftinguifii
— ifcgly Honored.
Philadelphia, April 19. lilwf
Watsons Answer to Gibson. ,
And for sale by J. ORMROD, No. 41, Chcfnur-!W«,
Apology for Chriftianity>
In a firiet of Letter's, aiireffed fa
Edwarb Gibbon, In..
r, Author of the History of the Decline and Fall of the
T By R. WATSON, d.d. f. r. s. B'ifiiopef LandafF.
■, (Price 75 cents bound)
Watson's Aftfwer to Paine,
To be had at the fame*place.
b The itieDiies ef Religion are awake ! Let nit ber
j» friend] Jleep.
'» Sept. I. mw&ttf
' THIS DAY PUBLISHED,
s By J. ORMROD, No. 41, Chefnut-ftreet>, j |
(Price I a s-i Cents) ,
J The President's Address ;
• To the People of the United States, ]
Ajmottncing his intention of retiriHg frem public life <
• at the expiration of the present constitutional term of 1
September 20. d 1
Treasury of the United States. 1
t XTOTICE is hereby given to all pcrToni who are or 1
i-N may be Creditors of the Unitqd States, for any sums '
. of the Funded Debt, §r SUii, bearing a present interef of fik '
per centum per annum.
ill, That purfuantloan A& of CMigrcft passed on the .
aStli day of April, 1706, intitled an aft in addition to an
ad, intituled " An a« making fuithor provifioa for, the
support of public crsdrt, and for the, redemption of the "j
t public'fcebtthe said debt or flock will be reimhurfed and J
1 paid in manner following, to wit. '• First, by dividends C
. " ts be made on the'lali days of March, June and Scpten>-
11 ber for the present year, and from the year one tkoufa»d
( " feren hundred and sinety-feven, to the year one thou
, " sand eight hundred & eighteen inclusive, at the rate of
" one and one half per centum upon the original caoitsrl.
' " Secondly, by dividends to be made on the kft day of ,
" December ior the present year, t»Bd from the year one
)! " thousand seven hundred and nincty-feven, to the year a
, " one thousand eight hundred and seventeen incluiivc, at
" the rate of three and one half per centam upon the ori- -
, " ginal capital; ar.d by a dividend to be ma le on the last i
, " day of December, in the year one thousand eight hun- 4
M dred and eighteen, of such sum, as will be tliea ade- _
I " fyiate, according to the contraA, for the finaj redemp- 6
" ticn of the said flock."
, id. All Jiftirtfiion between payments on account of ,[
. Intenfi and Principal being thus abolifhcd by the cftablilh- L
. ! mem of the permanent rule of rfiiuburfi.rucnt above de- f,
, fci'ibed, it has become necessary to vary accordingly the tl
. powers of attorney for receiving dividends; the public
. creditors will therefore observe that the following form n
lis eftablilhedfor all powers of attorney which may be
I panted after the due promulgation ol this notice, viz. c ,
!| KNOW ALL MSN BY TH£S£ ?££S£NTS, »Ut n
. J 1 «f ft
, do make y conjiitutc and appoint C
'J ' vy true and lawful At
-1 ftrmy,J~cr and in my nime, it receive lie dividend, rviiet art,
orjbatl ir payable according (o lam, on tie (her J defcribingthe
flock) /landing mmy name in tie Lcoij of (here defcribingthe
book, of the Treasury or the Comrniffioncr of Loans,
where the llock is credited) from (here mfcrt the com- -
mencemcnt and expiration of time for which the power of
, attorney it to CORtintfn)-with p.v„r afo an athr„ey*r attor
, mcc under Aim, fir Mat purfof, to mai, and fuUtiMe, and U, d % all
■ lawful aSc requisite fir tf.tKug tit pr.mifee, Lrety ratifying and
, ewfrmm all that my said Attorney .r hi.fukjiitute^fbaUUwM
•lf do, by virtue hereof. J t ,
1 In Wiineft her,of, I lave tertunlo set my Hand and Seal the a
y 'f in tit tear C(
Sealed and Delivered
LX- K-NCirVN,ihai on tie day of
tfire meptrfenaily erne
' ifst'll ZTd-ef "" rivuelmtr of attorney i, be
\ Intj/limony «W«/ Have hereunto set my Han land atfx-
Srnl the day and year lap afore/aid.
Oiv.en ardcr my Hand at Philadelphia, thii twen
tieth day of July 1796, pursuant to dire&ions
trom tiie Secretary of the Treasury
- . Ireafurer of the United ft late,.
A Manufadory FOR SALE.
. A Vsluahle SOAP and CANDLE M snu f,ft orv r.tu.te
. in a Convenient p.rt of the city ; the work, almost new, „
I on a " e " llrc, y <>»g<nal conftruaioo, and buih of the best ;
materiahl, and n»jy be set to work immediately. Perrons
: » d
September 13. ttf tf n
• T H ft E a^« fC hl b f r ' Vlng - r"" r,duc,:d in hi ' eircum ll
X stances, by sundry misfortunes, and beina tl erebv
nnable to fatisfy h„ jufl debts, hereby give, notice to hU
Creditors and to all persons ooncerned, that he intends ts
apply to the General Assembly of MarvlafldVt Vkv
. session to be held on the firft Moudav 7f
; f- the benefit of uu ad of inWveney "
' ,» r .1. U WILLIAVI EDMONDSON
5 Eaftoti, ift of the 9 th month,1 796. tam.flMN
f NANKEENS, " ;
Of the Jtrjl quality, FOR SALE ET, 1
\> RD- and JAS. POTTER
'J ? "7- qU T''y above flve Thousand Pieces ali
bcrai credit will be given » jt 1 p
September ,j. K * & P "
70,000 Pieces Nankeens
Of the beji tpiality and on reafonablc terns,
lOR SALI BY
Philip Nicklin &f Co.
e Anguft 16. dtf
r " For Sale,
d A lilref"lI ilre f"l° ry HO V S J ind L «. in Chefnut
J. X flrcet, between Front and Second streets, in whirl,
y Messrs. James Caibraith & Co. have for many v M rj an -
S) now do) carried on bulinefs. v 1
Poffctrion will be given in one month, or sooner
b For terms apply to WILLIAM BELL. 0 r
si S1 hector calbraith
'• Ap 5
11 Treasury Department,
e September 28, 1706.
lt "\T OT . ,CE *' hcrel) y g' vcn that propofala will n- x
[s i. > ceived at the office of the Secretary of the Trci '-•
d until the expiration of the firft day of Inarch xt
fume, for the supply of all rations which may he roquireJ
ti for the ui'e of che United States, from the firft day c e
r Jiune,_ 1797, to the thirty-firft day of May, j- f? | 10t |j
days inclusive, at the places and within the diftricls lure
d after mentioned, viz. .At Ofwego; at Niagara "«C
it Pjcfqut IT-e; at Sandufky Lake, and on Sanditfl;v>
5 R' var ; at Detroit; at Michillmackinac; at Fort-Frank
- tin; at Pittlburgh ; at Cincinnati; at Fort-Hamilton 1
i. at Fort St. Clair ; at Fort-Jafierfon ; at Grcnville • at
; Picque Town and Lofamies Store; at Fort Adams'- at
Fort Wayne; at Fort Defiance i at any place below Fort
Defiance on the Miami River to Lake Eric; at Fott
Steuben ; at Fort MalTac ; at any place from Fart Mafiie
to the foutfc boundary of the United States on the river
MilTiOppi; at Fort Knox ; at Ouiatanon.
Jf supplies (hall be required ior any posts or places not
mentioned in this notice, all firth fupplics shall be fur
mfted at prices proportioned to those to be paid at the
posts before recited, or as may be hereafter agreed on
■between the United States and the ContraSor.
c " lc m j on » to be applied are to conflft of the fol
lowing articles, viz.
• One pound two ounces of bread or flour.
One pound two ounces of beef, or fourteen ounces of
pork or bacon.
Half a gill of mm, brandy or whiflcey.
One quirt and half a pint of f»lt."S
Two quarts ef Vinegar, ( ,
Two pounds of Soap, Q per hundred rations
One pound of Caudles, J
The rations are to be furnilhed in such quantities, a;that
there shall at all times during the said term, be fuflicient
I for the confnmption of the troops at Michilimackinac, De
troit, Niagara, »ad OlWegti, for the term of iix months in
advance, and at each ofthe other posts, for the term of
at leu It three months initdvar.ee, in good and wholesome
provifions.ifthefame stall be required, lt is to be un
derPiooa", that the ContraSor isto beat <he cxfiente ard
. l ift: of iffuirg tlrt fupplias to tho troops at each poll, and
that all loflcs fuftaSned by the depredations of an enemy, or
by means of the troops ofthe United States, Biali be paid
for at the price of the articles captured or destroyed, on
the depositions of two or wore persons of creditable ehji
rafters, and the certificate of a commiffioncd officer, as
certaining the cireumflances of the loss, and the -mount
«»f thi ai tides for fchich compensation shall he claimed
~ Secretary of the Treasury.
FIR railing ITxthoufand fix hundred and fjity-fi'vm
dollar* and fifty cents, by a deduction of fifteen per
cent from the pr.z6t, and not two blanks to a piizj. viz
I Prize of jooo dollarsis dollars 5000
I 1000 JOCO
t SOO jco
S %oo jcio
' ■ -b-JR-'- . ■ - loe 2CPO
> 99 50 4950
aoo %j jooo
*OQO ID 20,000
J Last drawn numbers of 1000 dollars each, jooo
Vs3* Prizes. 44v4?C>
63.50 Tickets »t Sivin Dollars each, 44,450 1
By order of the Directors of the Society for establish
ing UfcfulManulaSures, the fuperintendauts of the Pat
crion Lottery have requested the Manager" to offer the
fortfgeung Seheme to the public, and hare directed them (
to refund tli£ money to those persons whoiavc purch;fed '
iu the former Lottery, or exchange the 'ickcts for titken
in this Lottery.
The kSttery has aSually commenced dfawitvg, and will
continue un,tilfiuiihed. A lift of the Blanks and Prizes
may be seen at the office ot Wiltiam iSUckburn, No. 64
south Second street, who will give infornvitjon where tick
ets may be procured.
Dated this 1 jth day ef June, 1796.
J. A' CUMMING, 7
JACOB ti. HAKDENBERG, >pianageri.
JONATHAN RJIBA, )
Waflnngton Canal Lottery,
WHEREAS the State of Maryland has authorifcd
the underwritten, to raise twenty-fix thoufaud,
two hundred, and fifty dollars, for the purpose of cutting
•a Canal through the City of Walhington, froa th P«H
tomacto theEaftern Branch Haruoiir.
The following is the SCHEME «f No. 1.
Via Prizt of 20,000 dollars, lofioc
X ditto 10,000 10,000
7 lall drawn 1
Tickets, each j «' 00 °
6 ditto 1,000 6,000
to ditto 400 4,000
20 ditto too 2poo
55 ditto 50 t.TSO
5 750 ditto , ii 69^0*
To be railed for the Canal,
5850 Prizes, jyj.ocxv
11650 Blanks, not two to a prize.
17500 Tickets, at T«r Dollars, - 175,000
!0~ The Cemmiffioners have taken the Securities re
quired by the aforefaid aft for the punctual payment of
The drawing of this Lottery will commence, without
delay, as loon as thr Tickets are fold, of which timely
notice will be given. *
Such prizes as are not demanded in fix months after the
drawing is finilhcd, shall be consider.-d as relinquisHed for
the benefit of the Canal, and appropriated accordingly.
(Si & nid) NOTLEY YOUNG,
City of WalhinyvOß, Feb. 11. 5
PRINTED BY JOHN FENNO,
—No. 119 —
[Priec Eight Dollars per Annum.]