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Mr. H. faij, if he believed all that had been fat«f
! ° Ul "'"ahility, of tliat fibmifllve fnirit which had
.ieen fpo.ien of, he would join witti gentlemen in
their opinion. Sc. weak, so outcast a let of men,
mould no- difrra ;e filch fentimenta by uttering
them. But he believed they should do right to
utter them (Mr. W. Lyman called Mi. Harper to
Ihe speaker said the gentleman was out of or
der- r * wast about to go,on, but the fpe;ik
er informed him he could rife only to explain. (The
speaker read the rule on this fubjed.) Mr. Harper
rose, and the fpesker wiflied to know whether he
appeaieo from 'hechair to the house. He arfwer
ed 111 the affirmative; and on leave being given, be
explained to the house, that he meant to (hew that
"the maui quellton ought to be put, as a proper de
claration to be made at this time. He complained
of tl.,e ..littnefi ajjainll him, whii;h was closing his
mouth on an important queltion—he however sub
mitted to the house. The sense of the house being
t-ken, he was declared out of order, 50 votes be
ing againlt him.
The previous question was then taken by yeas
and 'nayand carried 49 to 30.
On motion of Mr. lilount, the yeas and nays
were next taken on tUiking out the last sentence,
and I.>ft, J4. to 24 ; and dn motion of the fame
gentleman, they were also taken upon the answer
as amended, and carried, 67 to 12. The yeas
and nays have already appeared in the minute of
In Select and Common Councils of the City of
Philadelphia, 22d December, M 796.
" Refulved, 1 bat the Mayor be autli. used to
offer a leward ot FIVE HUNDRED DOL
LARS f«*r apprehending and prosecuting to con
viction any person or persons who may Ve found at
tempting to set fiie to any part of the city j and
that the Mayor be rq ietted to dtaw an order on
the Treasurer for the money.''
Ex;ra£ from the minutes,
WILLIAM H. TOD. Clk. S. C.
EDW. J.COALE, Clk. C. C.
City of Philadelphia, fs,
WHEREAS the city 01 Savannah in the state
of Georgia hath lately been greatly injured from a
mod ter.ible conflagration, and by authentic infor
rnition from the cities of New-York and Eakimotc, I
it appears that attempts have been lately made to
ft fire to those populous «nd wealthy cities; and
from certain circumstances which have lately occur
red in different parts of this city, there is reason to
apprehe-id that there are persons lurking within its
limits, who aie inftigsted with the diabolical.design
ot letting it on hi e. 'Now, in order to exert the vi
gilant attention of all welldrfp«fed persons to deleft
ai'.d bring to punilhment fucbattrocious incendmies,
I Hilary Baker, Mayor of the said city of Phila
delphia, in pursuance of the foregoing rcfolutioiis
of the Sele£t and Common Coßm-ilaof the said city,
do hereby offer a reward of FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS, to be paid to any person, or per
sons who (lull apprehend and profecuteto convicti
on* any prrfon or persons who may be found at
tempsii.g to set lire to any part of the laid city of
, Gi'.en undei my band, at Philadelphia, the
twenty third day of December, Anno- 1
Dominj One Thousand Seven Hundred '
Mayot of the laid City of Philadelphia. 1
Six per Cent. - - .... l^/iotoij
Three )»r Cent. ------ . jq/b I
4i per Cent. - -
per Cent 16/4 1
Deferred Six per Cent. .... 11/81012/9
is.AJ\K United States, ... xjtoioperct '
P»nnfylvariia, ... . >3 to 24 do. I
Korth \inerica, - . - - 40 to 45 do. \
Inlurance Comp. N. A. shares, - 37 1-2 to 40 per et. |
Pennfylv 2 1-2 to 5 per ct. belsw par.
, COURSh OF EXCHANGE. !
On London, at 30 days, par to iys <
at 60 days, par to 170 I
" at 9° days, 162 1-2 to pir. t
Amsterdam, 60 days, per guilder. . 40
90 davs, 42
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SWAN N'S 5
Riding School, fJorfc Academy Infirmary. k
Adjoining the Public Square, Market bticct. l
T. SWANN a
URNS his finceie thaiikt to those gentlemen by whom i
he has been employed, during his refideuce in thi, Ctty, and
flatters himfeif thai the fucccfs ot his effbits, in the numerous,
obdinate and. dangeious diseases in Horses, in which he has a
been consulted, together with his moderate charges, will (e- A
uie their futurctavors and recommendation.
He now beg* leave to inlorm them and the public a; large
that hts ipaciou and commodious premises, erected for the
purposes <ibo\c d<-ftr.bed arc open lor the rccepiion of pupils al
of either iex, who wifhto bcioftrufted in the Art of Hiding, f r
and the light method oi governing their horses, so as to ride
them with eale, elegance, and fatety—their horses will be ,
carefully and expeditiouliy broke, for every purpose, and it
made obedient to the will of the riders i the natural powers ci
whicn are fhui up,i« them, will be unfolded by art, calling • '
forth uniformity ot motion, and giving to that noble animal . 1
ali thole beauties of adion which providence has so bounti
iuljiy bellowed on them. w
Also, at' his hospital, every difor er to which the horse is a (
liable will be treated according to the rules of art, confirmed •
Py long and repeated experience.
1 he utility of the above invitation has never bean qneftion.
Ed, that it has long been wanted in this city, gentleman's fc
Jlud will and T. as the firft eftablifher of
the veterinary m, solicits and relics upon the fuppoit of that
public (which he is ever anxious in serving) to enable him to
biingit to perfection. The idea of a fubfeription for fhat ad
purpose hjs beeu hinted by feveial gentleman, who wish to
promote tije institution—the amount of each fubfcrip;ion to
»e returned by services in any of the departments he profeffes,
agreeable to the rate of charges ftatcd in his haud bill. Such
fjblcription is now open, and the signatures of many refpeft
able gentlemen already obtained. He therelore injorms his
liieuds and fu. h Ladies and gentlemen to whom he has not
, ' lf>f^ 0r being known, that,he (hall in a few days take B
the liberty of waiting upon them aud folic king their support ai
* n d protjftioo. pt
N H. Horses are properly prepared for those JLadiet and 0 f
Ceu lemen wht/wilh to be n,
PENNST"L VJKL4 LEGISLATURE.
in Extra& from the Journal of the Senate.
' Saturday, December 17, 1796.
to The committee appointed to confer with the di
to rectors of the bunk of Pennsylvania, chosen by
thehenatc, having, according to the directions of
r _ the Senate, joined the committee of the House of
It Keprefeutatives, appointed "to -eceive, from the
In- dircdor. of rhe bank of Pennsylvania who have
er bee. appointed by the any communi
lt. c*tton( they may make relating to that institution,"
r . report—j
" r 'a""* 3t the srft conft,t ' nce w '«h the faij '
st directors, they informed your cemmiitee, that :
c . John Barclay, Esq. pi fa-dent of the said bank, had
•d applied, to his own use, a large sum of money,
is 'he property of the bank ; that the said director,, '
j. as the immediate repr< Tentative. of the state in that
K '"ft'tU'ton, conceived it to be their duty, 10 make
an early commu lication of t"ne circuro(h»ce to the
Le b iflaiure, not only for their information, but
„ that a committed might be appointed to receive,
fiom time to time, an account of any other cir
rs cumllances which, on itiv C l>iga:ion, might appear
; to demand attention.
Ie At a subsequent conference with the said direst-
T |ors, your committee were info.med, that a more
„ | accurate investigation nf the atcounts of the bank
,f :ake "- P lat ' C ' Wl '^ n il appeared, that Jonathan
Mifflin, the late calhier, and several »iher persons,
. had, by over drafts and other means, obtained from !
,f the auk sundry fnms of money, the property of !
the : ank ; that, in consequence of this difeovery,
0 the diltdtors applied for payment of the several <
(linn so procured, a confide*ask portion of which i
has been paid in money, and security taken for the
remainder, except to a fmali amount.
J Upon the whole, your committee are of opinion,
„ that thelffs which the ftocklioldcrs of the bank of;
Pei<nfyl»a;.ia may sustain, by the <iifagree*ble trai.f
atftions above fpeciticd, will amount to a very in.
coi.hdeiable sum, being, in the estimation of the
■ diteflors, lefn than Bfieen thousand dollars, from
every canfe, fiuce the commencement of the insti
Your committee think it proper to (late, for the
iiifoimation of the Senate, that the whole amount
of ovcr-dia!ts was about two hundred thousand
1 J They, with pleasure, add, that the conduct of
• I the direclor. on the part of the state, throughout
, , this bulinefs, merits the approbation of .-,11 who arc
| lnterelted 111 the welfare of that :nftitution ; and
I th;t they have reason to belies, the Bank is in a
■ fit j*.on perfeftlr fafe, and, therefore, dcfcrving
1 the confidence of the public in general '
1 __ I
Ho'jfe of Keprefentatives. j
Yeilerday the house w s engaged in hofinefs re
la'ive to the bank of Pennfylvan.a. Some Jays !
fil". a leloluiion parted their body, appointing a
joint committee of the two houses to it-ipme o*l he
Direflom of that bank, for the purpose of laying
before the fioule, a llatemeut of the accounts of
the said Bank, includiag an acco.mt of the notes
111 circulation, notes and cafa in r.a.id, &c. This
refolntion was sent to the Senate for concurrence ; '
but inltead of concurring in this reioiiuiosi, they
sent a diffe rentone to the house of Reprefentn- 1
rives, upon a principle which had already been v
overruled in that house, appointing a committee f
to make the enquiry, and to report generally. '
Fhis lefolution was yesterday under consideration, v
when Mr. Lieb moved-to puflpone the bufiuel". lor 1
the ptirpofe of appointing a conference betwixt
the two houses. This was objt&ed to on the
ground of unneceffariiy protra&iug the bufinels,
which, it was would unnoceffarily injure
,ne credit of the Bank, by rxcitu g unueceffary "
alarm. On Mr. Evans obferviug that if the house a
h d been more particular in its enquiries hereto- d
toi e, the mifehiefs which had arisen by the over
drawing of individuals, would m l probably have
happened, Mr. Wain replied that the gentleman
was miltaken iti fuppotmg *wy enquiry the Legif- 11
lature had a right to make could prevent the over- t
drawing of individuals, fjnee a committee from the v
two houses had not power to look into the ac- c*
counts oi iadividujls, but merely to obtain a grne- t
ral flatement. He was in favour of the refolu- C
Hon from the Senate, as comaiaing all that was d
neceffaiy, though he said he doubted not the cob- b
ctrns of the Bank would bear the drifted fciutiny, si
and particularly at this time, as the preferit was a •'
season peculiarly favourable to the Banks in Phila- w
delphia. But, if gentlemen supposed (as it had 1
been hinted in the courfc bf the debate) that the H
bank of Pennfylvawia, or any other Bank, eould at
any moment answer all the demands which might "
be made upon it, they were miflaken. If this were
tbe ease, laid he, how ciruld we receive nine per d
cent for ourmoney, when the Batik onlv charges h
Jix to its ruftomers ? ' a<
If this were so, dockhqlders could receive 110
! more than would remain out of 6 per cent, when
| all the expences of conducing the business were de ti
fiayed. But, Mr. Wain added the profits of a
bank arise from its being able to discount beyond b
its capital, and any step taken which had a tenden- £
cy to lefien the good opinion of the public in an --
institution of this kind, would necefTariiy rsnder it ~*
less produflive. At length the sense of the houle
was taken by yeas and nays, when there appeared ?!
40 in favour of the podponement and 22 ajrainii
Mr. Leib then moved that a committee of con
ference with the Senate be appointed 5 but en some
objeftioHs being made to it, he withdrew his mo
tioi, and the house adjourned. The answer to the
address did nAt come under coofidention.
Seven elegant Scites for Buildings,
Oppofitc the State-Houfc Garden and ComjreJs- 1
Hall ; each Lot being 35 f«et front on Sixth-Rreet, p,
and iso feet deep to 1 14 ect Court, agreeable to > 3,
pian which may be fcen at the Coffce-Houfe or at the sa
office of Abraham Shotniaker, No. 124, So. Fourth- K
flrect, where the terms will b« raaJe known. W.
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1795. '
'y RetUKN OF VCTSS , ' R - -g y
if FOR ■; *■ a £?- . ,5 J 5 ,
,f PRESIDENT MV,|| .I f | I
le AND 5<5 % - .S> J "*1 3
~ VICE-PRESIDENT s >• v
j_ New-Hampftiire, 61 1 " S
„ I Massachusetts, 16 I ? 1 . F
j Khode-Jfland, 4! 4 V
| Conneflicut, 94 . G
J 1 Vermont, r 1 4 1 4 V
t ; New-York, ,»! IS E
d New-Jersey, 7 7 G
, Pemifyiviuia,' r 2 1413 D
Delaware, ,1 <1 I I _
t Maryland, 741 4 1 3' a
. £»,, ' 1 » y » ■ f
c T i-nnciFee, I
t North-Carolina, I 111 6 1 M
J South Carolina, g 1 g
Georgia, ' Pi
- T - u! ' '7X : 59 57 15 2 5 1~ a a ,~7
• P 1,1 North - c '' r ol'na, one rote was given for Charles B<
; Pincknev ana three for Judge Iredell. M
L ' '''I" Ncw : Ha mpn,ire of the firft authority,
reeved yetlerday, mform, that the Kfefloh of that state F 6
gave 6 votes for Mr. Adams and 6 for Mr. Ellfworth — w
, Ihe account heretofore publiftcd, of 6 votes having been D<
I 6 ™ * l waitonfequently erroneous. c
F! ceiled Sr were re- °
I I Notwitlißanding the .'ll fucctfs of the Adams
ticket in Suuth-Carolina, produced by slanderous
n.if.eprcfent.t'on.uf the Vice-Prefideot, it Is with 5 1
much fatiifachon we notice the Barnes of the eight
; candidates who were on that ticket, as they a,e all Le
kntjwn 10 be among the very firft and most refpec
table charafiera, hot o»lj in that Hate, but in any w
part #f the United State,. We repeat their names M
Governor Vanderhsrft, Governor of S. C. Gi
General Washington, ' Ar
Mr.. H. W. Defauflure, late director of the
General Barnwell, g'
Dr. Ramfajr, the Hiftorias, President of the No
Mr. R. Barnwell, late Member of Congress, J
Speaker o>f the House. No
N-tliai'iel RufTcll, Esq.
John Bull, Esq. late Member of Congress. Pe*.
When lucb men Alport the federal inlerejl, tfiere
tan be no doubt, that the aberrations tefultinu from Pl
pariy and personal views, and a,want of informal!-
on will be of (hurt duration, and that light and te- Ch
*"*!' Wl " '" oa re ' lo " ; South-CaruKna to that dif Ho
inguifhed liation in'the federal union, which flie Col
has alway; held. Bm
Ye,»er<liiy Jonathan Smith, esquire, of Chester Ab
county, was < ii.>fen by the dircdW, calhierof the Re>
Bank of Pcnufylvauia. I c
1 . Bio
For the lad two d.-ys the weath.r has Seen fe c '
vere-ly cold. On Thursday the Mercury in r
Famibeu'i Thermometer was 26 degrees below Co:
■ erasing point ; and ycftsrday morning the Dela- ®'°
ware liver was frozen, so that many persons crof Bus
led 011 the ice. Nearly op-ofite to Spruce Street
it broke undet a youwg man, and he fell into the t
water. With gr*at diffi l uhy he was saved, after Ne>
being uearly c*hati!icd with thecold. P' ai
BY THIS DAY'S MAILS. Ll l
NEW YORK, Dccemb.r 22. Ho
We have received by Capt. Wood from Gre- His
nock, London papers to 03. 17. The French r
at counts aie later, but the German accounts give a r f
different complexion to many tranfaitions. p l '
Bremen, Oflober 7. Por
The enemy'* daring plan of uniting in Gtr- Far
many their tinee-defolatiug aimies, has met with Tr,
the fate which its temerity deserved, and, for the Thc
welfaie of focietjr, is totally defeated. Jourdaa
completely routed, Ins late army fcattcrcd by twen
ties, anil ft ill pwiiued by the honeli peafan r ry of \y\
Germany — Moreau retreating in the utmolt difor- b
der, every day alteiing his route, but now said to Frt
be mauhmg towards Bnfgau j Buonaparte, necef.
fiuted to abandon bis darling projeit of p netrat- r^' x
irig into '1 yrol, where every man, nay where every 1 p.'' 1
woman and child, is under arms, instead of palling
Trent, has retrogaded beyond Verona ! The Auf- flsli
triaas art in full poffeflion of the city of Ulm, Pin
lince the 25th ult. T:,e French garrison of 800 Kin
men became prisoners of war. Mai
The King of Prussia has thought proper, mo- 0<
deftly, to withdraw his garrison from Nuremberg— i h ,j
he did not think thc moment an opportune one to
add that tohisother political robbenes. Ld v
The French, through absolute want of provision, Bell
meant to marc a to the -Hundfruck, leaving only Jon
two diviiions behind them. Ou-
The enemy not being able to cope with the Wo
brave Aulliians, ate now trying in the environs of
Dufleldorff, what they can eftedi among themfelvei j jet
--lcarcely a day passes without feme bloody lencontre Git
—and latterly—as a letter before me states—live Git
hundred oF them were killed. Col
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