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jftfttf#, **«> Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
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in the city of Philadelphia• All others pay
one Dollar additional, for enclosing and di
recting ; and unlesstjome person in this city
will become answerable for the subscription,
it must be paid Six Months in Advance.
%* No Subscription will be received fat
a shorter tern} than six months.
Dcci-m' rr ( 1799
White do. ' |
•Her J Grift.
Rape &iui tltfinp,
Mi-WfJ COPPF-R. IROITMONOEPvY, nni
PA i Sr iMr V .'3UOH'*., which ar< fjitl to'he more
clurah t nan 'ajiy ht:\-tdforc invented, a
on experience to Sdfoimiaithe- iako#:* • ocli of /uUi
¥■■>'. l SAll'
BY THOMAS HOWARD,
jVfo. 40 South Second Philadelphia.
February 13. tu&f.Bw.
PRATT & KINTZING,
N > 95, North Water-ilreet,
. HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING
I7*NTi' TLED to drawback, which they t/flkr for
j fale''at' moderate prices for Ca(h, or the usual
credit ; or on a credit of 12 or 18 months upon
*»ioW jjges on Heal Property, in or near the City
or other fatisfaiiory security
5a doxc> audbales Tick
le u burghs.
- en lin-ciis,
50 do Patterbornes.
IS do. BielSeld Linens.
I j qo. Crcas and Creas
a la Moriaix.
Shoes and Slippers.
Soal and upper Leather.
QUillsand Soiling Wax.
4 paJflsage Gold and Sil
A few cbeils Toys. »
Slates and Pencils.
70 -hhvis ftavanna Mo
1 February T,?
TO BE SOLD,
r "T"" , HKF'E or four lots o! abonr 30 or 40 acres
JL each, trior* or lei's as may suit a purchaser.
On eacb?f which there is a good fit-ration Tor a
one on the river Delaware, fit i table
either ior vgentleman's feat. or for a person who
rn/ght v ifh to ci gage in the lumber buGnefs hav
ing a a'jdinjy. One c mmanding a good
view of the rives 'lom ?h» highelt ground between
the I*cnnyp4ik and creeks ; and another
en the Erinlolßoad. lis- .:urro;af Mr. Gilpin near
the 11 mile stone 0u the said » oad,.
Of about jo acres each w)tk good fituarions for
building; one of which is fuitaUe tor a tan.yard,
and has a small Hone house and a young bearing
orchard on it, on the Newtwwn road near Sni<U;r'»
mill'about 10 miles from Philadelphia, and one
•other lnt of abi.ut JO adres on tUe Pemsypack
Enquire of Jonathan Clitt who live* oa the pron-.i
fes or oi' Mr. Gilpin.
Possession will he given in the spring, bat build
ing materials may be cotlc&cd fo&ner.
7 a&es of Lycoming County.
JOHN KIDD, Tresfurer,
"f> YI) irc.fiiin of the CommiJJiomrs of Lyco
•O mifiy county, at'ends at Philadelphia to re
ceive :he Taxes affdffsd upon unfsated Lands in
that County, from the holders thereof, in this
City. Those who Jiave filed with the Com
lUiffioners, ftatemerts of their Lands, arc re
qnefted to call upon him, to fcnnwtbe amount
ot" Taxrs tliereori, and pay (hem ; ntherwife, b«-
for« his leaving the City, they will he put into
the hands of the Sheriff for collection, agre?a
bly to the afl for raising county rates and levies
Ttlof» who harve nut filed flatements of theii
lands with the Comtniffioners, and aredrHrou»
of having it done, to pravj-nt faks v. ithont pre
tious personal Notice, may file with the jhove
Treasurer, their lifts, ftatirg tbe quantities re
turned, number and dates of the wjrrants awl
names of the warrantees, under which they
Juld their lands, He will attend at Mr. Joseph
Hardy's No. 98, Market street f«r this pgrpofe
t.ntil the 1 Sth inllant.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Spr/rig Forge, in Yorlc
Coentv.a/iegro min, named ISAAC, other
wise CUDJO, about II years rid, the property
of Robert Coleman; Esq. He is about 5 feet 8
inches high, ha- ablemifti in his eyes, more white
in them than common, by trade a Ferge man ; had
on andjteok with him a drab coloured broad clot
coat, almost new, a sailors jacket and pantaloons
printed fancy cord, a Iwani'down striped under
acket; a rorun.l hat; one fine and one coarse
shirt' one muslin handkerchief, sprigged, two
ditto striped border, a blue Persian under jacket
and two prir cotton (lockings. Whoever takes up
fai J negro and lodges him in any jail in this or any
of the neigabouring ftatee fliall have the above re
ward or reasonable expinces if brought home.
Spring Forge, 0<a0ber»3,1799.
N. B. As fai J negro forrfferly lived io Chefler
county, it is probable he may return there.
S F.E D S.
e«l by tht fwbici »i>er, 'or undivided Share* or
Lots on r.i» purchase within the city ©t Walhiug
ton, who have not jet applied for and received
their Deeds, ar# hereby notified, that their several
Titles will be duly completed to the order of thole
who in conformity with tfie term? of the kid Cer
tificates, do make the Payments in fnll therefor,
either to Thomas Go. or to the *ub
lcribtr at Philadelphia, on or at any time before
tAi% 31ft day of May a«xt.
13 pipes old Port Wine,
•25 bore* Tumblers af
ZOO box<** Hamburgh
Window Glass 8 by
1 chcft aflorted Looking
Several large elegant do.
50 kegs Fearl Barley.
A few tons koll Brim*
ao kegs Yellow Ochre.
A few bbls. Rosin,
40 tons Ruflu Hemp.
80 bhds. Hogs Bristles.
x hhds. Dutch Glue
30 casks Nails afTorted
from 3d. to aod.
16 casks Ironmongery.
8 cases Hoe«.
6 hhds. Coffee mills.
Blocking Ttvine, Tapes,
Stone Fickliing Pots,
KNOWN by the name of the Boopeton Iron
Works, fitnstu in the county of Morris in the
Ilau of New-JjrOy, confining of a Foi'ge with
four firci, a Rolling and Slitting Mill, a Grid mill
with two Run of ftsnes, ami Saw mill, aliiiigood
cr.irr and n»w in use, together with an excellcnc,
large, «nd tonvsnient house, with outhouses of
every kind ; ;mong which are an Ice house, and
(lortc milk h'oufe, with a remarkable fint-I'pring in
it, a large Garden, and an eictfllvnt cctleSion of
Fruit, a large Orchard, and ijoo acr£6 of wood,
pjAure and land, and a great number of
llorcs and workmen's houfea. Immediate poflefllon
will he given of hollies and (lores fnfficirnt for
providing (lock the present winter and polfeflion
of the whole in the spring.
For *erm«4 snquire o( lUviri B 0-; nat N'w
ark, mr Peter (Viackie in mr. David
i*"ord in Morr>« !'o\vn, cr mctfrs. Jaco-b
.''j d Patl'cb on tieprenul'tJ.
TPHiS is to giwt- notice th.it the S.ibfcriUer
A hath obi aiued from the Orphan's Court of
Ccecilicoui ty in Ma and, letters of admUifc
tratisn or: the -perlonal eftafe <jf Samuel ®ilpin,
late of the coonty aforj'iiu, deceased; all per
fonp having claims ag.ailift the fdid dsct.idd, are
heieb.y wanu-d to ex/iibir the f:me with the
i thereof to the fnbfcii'jcr on or before
the 14th day of August next —they may other
•wife by law be excluded from ali benefit of the
laid eltate. Giveii under my Hand this 27th of
Januiry, one thousand eight hundred.
HIS Swedilh MajeflyS Corfnl Cfenrral, aod au
thorised to tranf.A the Consular Bulincft,
for his Majetly the King of '.ienniaak in the United
States of Aiticrica, refiling at Philadelpliia,
Hereby gives public Notice,
That i'> obedience to recent rcrcivcd
from his government, it is the du'y cf ill Ma'.iers
of Swcdifa and Danish vetfels, befor. their I'ailic/
front any port in the laid States, to call upor him
or the Vice Coaful in or<!er to !-,e granted such
Certificates for their Cargoes, which the cxigancy
of the state of the Neutral Commerce ami the fe
veml Decrees of the Belligerent Powers, render
indifperfiibly necefiary, and, that any Mafur o!
veffeJs belonging to the refpe&ive nations, or na
vigating ander the proteiftion of thair in
omitting to take such certificates, will pertor.ally
stand rcfposfible for the confequcnces.
FROM the Marine Barracks on the Might us the
14th inft—JOHN OSBORN, born in the
town of Bedford, Weft Chelter county and iiate
of New-York, aged as years, 9 month., 5 feet
8 and a quarter inches high, grey ey«s (long qued)
light hair, ruddy complexion, poek marked, by
trade a Shoemaker. Enlifled by lieutenant key
nolds in Stcphta's Town, near Alba&y the 15th of
June last Ha.! on and took with him a fhdrt
round bide cloth coat with a red cape, a blue
cloth coatee, a few white waiftcoars, a long grey
mixed cloth coat ana breeches, a pair of boots, a
chocolate coloured great coat triamied with black
hair pluih, a furr hat half worn, and two silver
watches, one a middle size, the c thcr fruail. He
may impose himSaif on some family or gentleman
as a waiter, as he has aeled in that capacity.—
Whoever apprehends said Defarter, andfecures him
in jail, fends him to Headquarters, or delivers him
to any of the Marine officers, or any officer of the
army of the United States ihall receive the above
reward and all reasonable charges.
J. S. LEWIS,.
N O V I C E.
ALL perfom indebted to the eltate cf Tkomaji
Wilscjn, jate of Soiirhwark, deceased, are
ar.i nq-ucucd to iii<c iniiflcdittte payment to the
subscribers, and thohi whj have ar.y demand?
againfl the laid c-ftare a.*e rcqtipfied to fyrsfth their
accounts for settlement.
SAR A H Wll-SON, Adr.i inistratrix
JOK L VV. WILSON, Administrator
No. 295, south Front street, Southwark,
WHO HAS TO LEV,
A BUICK STABLE,
vufficwntly large to contain ntae Korfes.
For Sale, or to Let,
A NVw FRAME CARRIAGE HOUSE.
Nov 1, 1799. <!tf.
r 2 Proprietors cf the Philadelphia and Lan
.l caftrr line of. c DISPATCH, return their
gratfcful thanks 10 tihtir the public irt
tnr 'the part favor* they have receivsd,and
inforn> them that 111 addition to the regular Line,
rhvy art! piovi -ie.! with Carriages,'fobt-r and careful
'iiifirs, to go if trough between the City and
'Borough jfl two days. Those who prefer this mode
of trjvtiiing can be accommodated at the Stage
Office, %n of United States £agl'?, Market street,
Slough. Downing, Dunnvoody cJ 1 Co.
Nov 30. at —J
CITY OF WASHINGTON.
BOONETON IRON WORKS,
TO BE SOLD,
OR LEASED FOR C»NK VliAß—-THAT
J3nu* r" I*j
JOHN GILPIM, AJmtriftrator.
January 30. ta«-6w.
Philadelphia, December, 1799.
Thirty Dtllats Reward.
Adjutant Murine Gs-ps.
PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1800.
PIUXCS ALRXAXDEX &UWOROW RYM-
Fiuld-Ma« fhal' »;*n t J iij the fcrvice of His (mpcri
al MiKi'y, ti-t' ■ .uperor of all the Ru'ffias,
The History df his Campaigns.
A concise and c. m .rebqnsive Hist»rj of
His Italian Campaign.
By William GobV.ctt.
With an elegant Print-Portruit of to at rt-
Cre vtl<'v>eo Jwßrous' of a camr-il like
ness, ex-'cucr t in the firfl Gyle, of this \Ui-lirious
Christian .'hiefuin, may be ijrrJfhed with parti
cular proof ut this cC5;e, price one
Daily Repository of ufeful Information.
IT will doubtlcfs be deemed a hazardous un
dertaking to prelent to the public eye propo
sals for a new Gazette, when so many are al
ready m possession of the public pationage.
News-paper 3 so much more gene-ally diffuf
ed thi+ughour America than perhaps any other
portion of the globe, may become either en
gines of mil" hiefor the implements of ufefu'.nefs
—they deffeminate good, or scatter poison,
am ng thou'ands ; and although it may be pre
sumptuous in the tfdifor of that now proposed
to expedl that its utility will be great, yet ha
may be admitted to declare, that it shall not
willingly Ifi made the meatw or doing evil
His endeavors will be applied to render The
Ohfcrver in fotae degree conducive to the at
tainment of knowledge as well as to the com
munication of news—lo enlighten the untjer
ftanding—to improve the morals—to beget, or
tt> confin/i, \ rtverence'for thefacred principles
For?hispi ; r; -.V ir b inter.de l-
To urnifli tie in.jJt recent foreign .inddomeflic
i.ogive vfcful Prices Current at home and
ab cad, and otheroommercul information ;
To from literary productions such por
tions a* may gratify tafteind induce irnprove-
To unfold ami enforce found and jtift virwi of
To aid the great inter?f!s of piety and morality
To prefect occasionally
Improvement? in rhe arts and fcie in agri
vulture and domestic economy ;
Proceedings of the General and State Leg!fia
I'eportsof the Heads of Departments, and of
intefefting cases adjudged in the several courts
of the United Sta;Ls, &c.
Heviews of foreign and domestic literature ;
Anecdotes and chancers of dißinguiflied per-
! StaiiAival rafales ;
Meteorological obfervationj ;
Marriages, Births, Deaths.
With ihefe pro ofal's the fubfcribir diffident
Iv fubmits' bimfelr to tlte public ile is well
aware of the importance ard rintgnitude of the
unde. taking Solicitous for the tate'of hi* na
tive land, and viewing with anxious fears and
b prs the I'uccdi of a govrrnment created bv
• the join*itrertifcns of wif iotn and virtue, and
conduced with found policy apd genuine pa
tiimifm, he leels himfelf C:icere!y interested in
promoting such mesf'ites ana principles as he
believes eiTeiitial to public happiness and nation
I. The Obftrner Hull be printed with a neat
type, and 011 paper of equal size and quality
with the prefrnt Vbiiadelphia daily papers.
11. It (hall be pubiifhed every evening, and
regularly Cent to the honfes of the city fubferib
ers—To others it will be forwarded aco rding
totkrir refpedive inArinSions.
111. The price will be Eight Dollars per an
num to tliofi; who reiide in the city—arwl Nine
Dollars to all others. The additional dollar is
to defray the txpecce of enclosing and diredt
ing their papers
IV. One half of the price to be oaid it the
time of fubferibing, arid the other half at the ex
piration of twelve ra.n'ts from the publication
of the firft number. The succeeding payments
to be half yearly.
V. Advcrtifeme'-its that do net exceed in
length the breadth of the colu -m will be 67
cent* tor the firft, and 33 cents for every addi
tional insertion- Those of greater length wi'tl
be charged in the fame proportion.
ZACHAUIAH POULbON, jun'.
March 8, ißco. ftswf
An active Boy,
14 or I.J years of ai;e, of reputable
may heir of a place m a Con ptiag Houfc—He
is wanted to go 00 err and? and do out door
bufinefs—apply N to thepiinter-
AUTHENTIC LIFE OF SUWOROW.
AT THI S OFFICE, ,
A SKETCH OF THE
%ifz anD Character
s German of Frederick
To which is addfrj,
[Price 11-2 Dollars.J
Portrait of Marshal SuHvorw
TO IHi PATRONAGE Off
'A liberal aiul enlightened Community
A New Daily Paper,
TO l>£ UNDER TUB TITLE Of
inleUigen. e ;
7he Tear 1800 is arrived !
In George Town, upon the Potomak, is
FO R SALE,
Upon the pre/riles, on the firft Monday in May
THIS Tavern was i>uiit by the fublbription
of a number of gentlemen as a nert fljry
aod ufeful improvement to the town —It cost
1600 c dollars in the year 1795 when materials
and woikroanfhip were much cheaper than at
this time. The terms of fubfeription were that
it fljculd be fold to [he hijfh;ft biddei oa the
djiy above rnentioßed.
It is a handsome, fubHanOal brick bu : klir(g,
©f three stories, fronting lixty feet on the mot<
public ilreet in'the town, and running back
sixty three feet upon a wide and convenient
ftreet—Fhe koufe is admirably calculated for
a lavrm. It contains bf>on tJ,c 'fi.lt fl qr four
Urge room 1;, one of them 30 by 20 feet and
another 23 by 20, betides a I/rge and dreiT
i glO >m, Upon the iecond floor is an elegant
afLmbly room, 60 by 30 feet, and three conve-
B'eDt lodging rooms. Upon the third floor 3re
ten excellent lodging rooms—the garrjt admits
ot a division of ten Hi«re. There is alio a good
kitchen and commodious cellars firfficleht for
such a house. PafTages and cross paflagea inter
fedl the house if» such a manner as to make each
1 here are ftablrs fuflicieot Tor the aceomim.
dation ()f-fifty herfes, with convenient fhedsfor
carriages—attached to the building are three
lots of 60 feet by 120 each, which Front on
three streets, and in the back yard and not 10
yards frim the kitchen is a copious and never
jailing tyring of moll excellent running water.
T he nature of improvements and their con
venience to the city of Walhington must render
this property a roofl deGrable acquisition to any
person who may to carry 011 a tavern upon
an extensive scale. The immediate removal of
the government of the United States must rc
«e<vc to it full and complete cwftom.
The terms of fa!e are, one third in cafh--
one third in no days and the other third in
140 days, to b» lecurcd by approved notes ne
gotiable at the Bank of Columbia or at either
of the Banks in Baltimore, possession to be giv
en oa the day of sale and a perfecfl title made
clear, of all incumbrances, on the laQ payment
THOMAS BEALL, of Geo.} ~ „
DANfEL REINTZEL $ »™«ee».
February®;. £March 8J iawtiMay.
MUNGO PARK'S TRAVELS,
/.V -THt INTtiUIOR OF AFRICA,
Is now in the Press of Jair.es Humphreys,
PRINTING ETr SUBSCRIPTION,
And will be finilhed withall the ex edition peflible;
THE CONDITIONS ARC,
iT it in large eSavo, on a beautiful vellum pa
per, a neat type, and will be illuflrated with a
large elegant MAP ot the route of Mr. Park thr&'
rh» price to fubferibers will dollars and
an halt for it neatly bound and lettered.
The to fee printed in the J>e
ginmng of the book.
Kote.—lt will be necessary for those who wifti
to be poficfled of the above celebrated woik on the
funtrior paper to fuMcri e for it soon, as there will
b- but a few copies printed more than what it is
imagined w'il be fubf«;ribeii for.
Subscriptions are receive 1 by fanj Humphreys,
at No. 106, south fide of market ftr-ec.
Valuable Property for Ssle,
ki< Chefawr, near Sixrh ftrecf, c!ke£l!y oppofttc
•*. I *r fV-.-t fr >?:t in Cfcd
.l :>vi (1 r-vt anf: '/$ '--t in d-.pih, wi.erect: i.» u
od .Torse houfc, vov> in the tourc «>» S,.:.uci
»iib; -ft to 01 i ~i. per annum.
The, advantageous of this property re-*
Quires no for it num be known, th*rc
are few in this city to equal ir, unecccptionable
title will be ir.ade to the futfjiafer. A-.iplyto
No. 198, Ohefnut 0. door to tin'
IT'i'OMthe United St.-.tcs frigate I'hilsdel
. phia, DAVID iJIVINE, by trade a Shoc
miker, boni in Ireland, 13 years of age, 5 feet
6 inches high, light complexion arfd hair—alio,
WATSON I.UDLOW, l>y trade a Shoe
maker, born in New-Jeffey, 33 years of age,
S feet 10 inches high, dark and complexion*
Whoever will take up said Deserters and deli
ver them on board the said frigate, shall receive
tf 11 dollars reward for each, and reasonable
ihiee Cents Reward.
RUN away from the Subfcriher rin the evening
of the a'JtU iaft. a bouiid Servant GJ&l.v
Rametl Elizabeth Kowckcl, had on and took with
h>r|three diff-r«mt changes of garment ana money,
proud, bold and impudtnt, a noted lyar ; any per
son apprehending ht:r £hall lie entitled to the above
reward—no cotts or charges will be paid.
N: B, She had z years and some months to fcrve.
Gofhen Townlhip, Chester County,
Uvited Stat».S, ">
Pertrfyhaniu Dijlricl )
NOTICE is hereby given, that in purfuanceof
a writ of Fi Fa lately to me dircfKd, by
the hon. Richard Peters,Efq judge of the diftricfl
court of the United States in and for the Fcan
fylvania diftridl, will be exposed to pub h: fsle at
No. 117 111 Suffjfras ftrect, on Saturday the 15th
day of March instant, at 12 (-'dock a" noon,
2 pipes of Madeira Wine,
called London partitular.
The fame being a part of ten pipes, levied on,
on the sth day of Jun last, by
WILLIAM NICHOLS, \
SafTafrasftreet,No. 11 ?j")
nth March, ißco. j
1o New 7'ork,
By the ftmrtrft and most plealant road —palling
through Frankford, BiHlltton, Newtown,
PenmopJon, Millftoaf, Boundbrook, Union
G?«n», Scotch Plains, Springfield
THE i> IyiFTSURE
(tarts from the Green Tree, i**- so NortA
Fourth Street, it £ o'clock eoery m itt(S
»rr «es at N'cw York early ti.e next eveitn?^.
Fr< ■; e« York it fttru at 9 o'clock «vc?j
div (SHjidcys excepted) and arrives at Phila
delphia, early tJie next evening.
Vara for pifiengers 5 dollars, way pjflenge.-»
6 cents per rtiifc Bach pjißlijer allowed 141b
ot Uipggge. One hundred arid fifty weight of"
bag*- jge to pay the fame as a pafftoger.
All to lie at the/ift of the cwnir,
mjefs inluiLd and reseipttt! fur by the clerks
of the difTcrtiit o.,^
*§* Apply t* JOHN M'CALL,*, No. jo
Nrth i'eurt-H Street. Philadelphia, jod :•>
VANCEIJVOO.KT, No. 48
Ctfhnlaiid Street, N.'E. corner rf Greenwich
Street,; New Ybrk.
H AVING pioouvei! a lufr.risiit number
the mo(! ipprnvtd !iuro;.: Q;r;s '"arlu
fudlurers,, 1 1] ti'vL» on li.tu » (a.i-t ii-,vk of
the !;eit .Msi." : Js. ■.■■■-, a-h : c.'- j>
new employed, have Ihi- ■:'t-.-fi.T,:
thepuL'iic, that ,o
ico Jeet caw, may be had at the shortest ndtice.
Glais of larger iizes for other purpofts, nay
also be had, such as for pidiures, coach glaflei,
clock faces, Ac. Butties of all kinds and of any
quantity ,ty a!fo be iirvd, together with pocket
fiific? ph k gjar.% a; ,'s fi*op furniture,
ji oU.cr hellow ware—-si'r w: eat least 25 per
,ur. lomWt than articles of ihe ame quality
brought from any of the lea ports of the United
States A liberal allowance will be made or
large quantities. Orders from merchants
and others will be attended to on ap
plication to J.AMES O* \.\KX or ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Storeof Meiir«. PRATHER
and SMILIE, in Maiket Street, P ttfburgh,
March 4, tu'htf.
si Acres, situate oa the river Schuylkill,
and a joining lands of Jonathan Williams Esq.
and the late John Mifflin, decealed, cn which
is ert<sled a linaJl flonc building, frame'flaliks,
and stone spring house, over a niver failing
Iprinjr i oh the prcmifes is an excellent ftotie
quarry, and his a fmail orchard of young fruit
trees, and is an elegant fittiatinn for i gentle
nun's fummcr retreat. Prize Tickets of Canal
Lotti-ry Nn. i, and liquidated debt? of the D.
•and Schuylkill Canal Company, will be taken
For further particulars enquire of the printer
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
With a Lot theretilito belonging,
SITUATE in Duck Creek, Cross Roads
Kent County, State ol Delaware, fronting
"n tire f£«in Street; thers are on the lower
Floor, five Rooms and an Entry, with a
number ofiwcll finilhed Rooms up Stairs, a
Cellar under the whole Buildii g, a Brick kitch
en, a rump of good Water, with a Stable, Car
riage House and Sheds, the wholelmprovements
are in good repair. The Seat is well calculated
for either a Store or Tavern, tht latt.-r of which
it has been occupied for a number of years with
cqnliderable fuccels. The Situation is dry and
the CoUr,try around being very healthy artd a
pl-.ee of Con6derahle Trade, it will be well
worth the attention of any person wilhing to
purchale or rent.
:u th la-tt
£s* For further particulars apply to the Sub
fcriberatlhe aforefaid place.
i To all persons interested, in a Tract of Land
lying and being in Springfield, Burling
ton county, State of 2?(-io "Jersey, for.
merly belonging to\Samuel Bulltis, and ty
bim conveyed to his six children, That
WE the Subfcvibcrs, appelated by James Kfei
fej, Lfq Chief Jufhce of the Supreme
Court of the State of New Jersey, Commi(liencr>
to make partition 'of tM lame Lands, ty, and
tmopgft the f» i children and their afligiis, do iu
reml to meet at the house <•! Jtfepb Hoi infold, !n.
keeper in Burlington} en the twelfth day us March
next, at eleven of tlic clock in the foruioon of that
day, and «ith»rhy ourfeivee or in coajuncSion with
the slid Chiri Juftiee proceed to allot and by ballot
fix on the (hares 6r part of each of the said (-j-.il -
dr«n and their afli'gns purfuast to the ail entitled
" an a&fer the more easy partition of Lands held
by Copartners, joint Tenants and Tenant, in com
mon," made and pa! Ted the eleventh day of N'i.v.
lnjhe year of our Lord, one thoufa"nd hun
dred and eighty-nine.
Witnels our hai: is this fifth day of February,
One thousand eight hundred.
NEW LINE OF STAGES
GLASS MANI FACTORY.
Of the Pittsburgb Glas& M'trrAs,
'J) ze, rroi.% 7by 9 to 18 by 24
A TRACT OF LAND,
About four miles from the city.
TO BE SOLD,
Or Rented for a term of Years,
Notice is hereby given,