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KVHBiFR 2335.]
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Dollars per annum to Subscribers residing
in tie city of Philadelphia. Ail others pay
one Dollar additional., for enclosing and di
rtcting i and uttlessrioine person in this city
utill become answerable fcr the subscription,
it must be paid */r Months in Advance.
%* No Subscription will be received for
u shorter term than six months.
i 1799*
GRASS J
Red Clover. ~\
VS Kite do. j
Timothy. |
Foia, j
Trefoil !
h-i> u- • j>
Lucy: u
Herd Grass.
Orchard do.
XL ye do-
Rape and Hemp.
ALb 1 ),
SHEETS COPPER. IRONMONGERY, and
N V Pf.OUGHS, which are fiid to be more
durable than- any heretofore in vented, and found
on experience to diminilh the labour l oth of o.an
an« bealt —
FOR SAI.X
BY THOMAS HOWARD,
40 South Second Stteet, Pbihidcl: .\z,
February 13,
PRATT &f KINTZING.
No 95, North Water-flrcet,
HAVE ON HAND THE FOLLOWING
GOODS,
r j fate at moderate prices for caf.i, or thr usual
credit ; or on a credit of 11 or i 8 months upon
Mortgages on Real Property, in or near th« City
of Philadelphia, or other faiisfa&ory security,
jo boxes aridlaksTitk
lenaurjjhs
(io do. do. Hemp
en linens.
50 do. do. Ozaa
brig*.
JO do Pafterlv rnes.
45 do. Bielficld Linens.
I j do Crer.s and Creas
a la Morlaix.
Brown Rolls.
Do.Heflian*.
Polift) Rolls.
Bed Ticks.
Siamcis.
Arabias.
Empty Bags.
Oil Cloth*
Shoes and Slippers.
Seal and upper Learher.
Quills an;! Scaling Wax.
A package Gold and Sil
ver U atche*.
A few To^b.
Sk'f s and Pkiiv il».
70 hhd-, Havanna Mo
Ja(fc»
■February fj
TO BE SOLD,
or fur lots ol about 30 or 40 acres
each, more or ids as may fuir a pur,chafer.
On each of which there is a good (itaation for a
hotfe—viz. one on the river Delaware, suitable
either for a gentleman's feat, cr for a person who
might wi(h to engage in the lumber business hav
ing a jjj»d landing. One c mmanding a good
view of the river from the highest ground between
the Fennypack and Pogueflin creeks ; and another
on the Bri'.Lolßoatl. Enquire >»f Mr. Gilj in near
the II mile (loneon the said load.
ALSO
FOUR LOTS,
Of about iO acres each witSt good fituatiens for
hnil4> n g i one of which is suitable ior a tau.yard,
and has a small (tone house and a young; bearing
erchard on it, on the Newtown road near Snider'*
mill about ic miles from Philadelphia, and one
otier lot of a'iout acres on tke Pen* ypack.—
Fnqiiire of Jonathan Clik, who lives oa
sea or o f Mr. Gilpin.
Po'fcfiion will he given in the spring, but build
ing mact rials may be collected foencr.
Noveipher 8
'7 axes of Lycoming County.
JOHN KIDD, Treafnrer,
By Direction of the Commifjioners of Lyco
ming county, attends at Philadelphia to re
eeive/the Taxes aflefiwd up®n unseated Lamb in
that County, from the holders thereof, in this
City. Those who have* filed with the Com
millioncrs-, ftatemenrs of thetr Lands, are re
<juefted to call upon him, to know the amount
of Taxi athereor»,and pay them ; "therwiie, he-'
fore his leaving the City, they will be put into
the hand* of the Sher'fF for colleflion, agree a
bly to the railing county rates anc! levies
Those who have not filed Aaterrent? of then
land# with the Commiflioners, and aredefirous
of having i\t done, to prevent fates without pre
viaus personal Notice, mav file \»ifh the above
Treasurer, rheir lifts, ftafi«rg the quantities re- j
turned, number and dates of the warrants and
names of the warrantees, under which they
Jvvld theirlands. He will attend at Mr. Joseph
Hsrdy's No, 98, Market street for this purpose
until the 18th instant.
Nflv<fmber 9,
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Spring Forge, in York
County, a negro man, named ISAAC, other
wife CUJ>JO, about zi years <«ld, the property
of Robert Coleman; fcfq. He is about 5 feet 8
inches high, has ablemifh eyes, snore <«%tte
in them than common, by wade a Ferge man ,• had
on and took with him a drab coloured broad elotl*
coat, almost new, a sailors jacket and pantaloons
jprincad fancy cord, a iwanfdown striped under
acket; a rorum hat; one fine and one coarse
shirt' one muslin handkerchief, sprigged, two
ditto striped border, a blue Persian under Jacket
and two peir cotton stockings. Whoever takes up
ibid negro and lodge« him in any jail in this or any
of the neigabouring dates (hall have tke above re
ward or reasonable expeneesif brought home.
JOHN BRIEN.
Spring Forge, 0&0ber»3,1799.
N. B. As said negro formerly lived in Ckefier j
county, it is probable he may retain Acre.
tfovmlm S
ALL indebted to the estate cf Thomas
Wxj.son, late of Southwark, deeeafed. ars
arc req-ucfted to mike immediate payment to the
fubfcrilfc c-. and those who have any demands
against thw <ai'i are requited to fuinilh their
accounts for fctUetiMtfit.
IF.EDS.
tor ScLi or to Ltf,
A New FRAME CARRIAGE H.6uSE
Nov 1, 1799. dtf.
SUED
r f ''HE Proprietors of the Philadelphia and Lan
-1 caster lin :of Stngss DlSPArCCT,return their
grateful thar.ks to their friends and the public in
generalv for the pad favors they have recetvvd,and
inform then* that in j J lit ion to the regular Line,
tlwy are p-ovitied with o&rmge«, sober ?.fid carfful
drifcrs, to go through between the Gjty and
borough in two da j9. Those who prefer this mode
of tr»vtf!iinjj can be accommodated at the Stage
Offi f:p.n o! United States ILagU, Market fkect,
jl* his.
Shugb. Dunnvoody & Co,
if «—#
1 I 3w.
OF OBLIGATIONS er CERTIFICATES sign
ed by the fubferiher, for undivided Shares or
Loti on hi* purcnafc within the city of Wafliing
ton, who have not y«t applied for and received
their Deeds, are hereby notified, that their fever a I
. Titles wiii be tiuly completed to the order of thole
who in conformity with the terms of the faiJ Cer
tificates, do make the Payments in full therefor,
either to 'Tootnas
fcriber at Philadelphia, on or at any time before
the 31ft day of May next.
13 pipes old Port Wiue.
25 boxes Tumbler# as«
lor ted.
200 boxes Hamburgh
Window Glass 8 by
10, &c.
1 eheft affortcd Lookiug
Glasses.
Several large elegant do.
1500 Demijohns.
50 kegs Pearl Barley.
A few tons Roil Brim
flone.
so kegs Yellow Ochrc.
A few bbls. Rosin.
40 tons Russia Hemp.
So hhda. Hogs Briujes.
2 hhds. Dutch Glue
ac cafles flails afTorted
from -?d. to 2od.
16 casks Ironmongery
8 calks How.
Cetman >teef.
6 hhds. CofFe * mills.
Blocking Twine, Tapes,
Stone Pickling Pots
&c &c.
KNOWN Ly the name of the Booncton Iron
Works, fitnnta in the county of Morris ia the
fUt« of New-Jy&y, conGfling of a Forge with
four fi«s, a Roiling and Slitting Mill, a Grift mill
with two Run of Hones, and Saw mill, allin goo.J
order and new in use, together with an excellent,
large, and convenient house, with out houfcs of
every kind ; among which are an Ice house,
ftorre mill: house, with a remarkable fine ipiing in
it, a large Garden, and an excellent jjito&t&ion of
Fruit, a large Orchard,, and 2500 acres of wood,
pa'- ure and arable land, and a great number of
{lores. and workmen's ho«fes Immediate pcflefiion
will he given of houfea and (lores fufficiwt for
providing (lock the present winter, aad polTeffion
of the whole in the spring.
fntu&f
For terms enquire ot David B Ogden at New
ark, mr Peter Mackie in tnf. I>r.vid
Ford it. Morris I'own, or mefira. Jarcob andtfich
ard Faefch on t be prefiiiies.
is to give notice tint the Svibfcriber
X frith obtained from the Orphan's Court of
Ccec'tteoui.ty in Ma-viand, letters of admisif
nation on the pei'fonjl edate of Samuel ffijilpinj
Ute of the county aforefaid, deceafcd ; a'l per
sons having claims against thefaid ductafed, ar<-
hereby wariitd to exhibit the l ime with the
vouchers thereof to the fu.bfcii'ccr on or beforof
the 14th (day of August next —they may other
*wife by law be'excluded f'roic all benefit of the
'aid eltate. Given under my hand this 27th of
January, one thousand eight-hundred.
JOHN GILPIN, Adminiflrator.
January 30. taw6w.
aawtf.
HIS Swedifli Majesty's Cotiful General, *nd au
thorized to tranfadl the Consular Bufincfe,
for hi* Majesty the King of Denmaak in the United
States of America, residing at Philadelphia,
7 Vat in obedience to recent in&ru&ions received
from his government, it is the duty of all Makers
of Swedilh ar.d Danilb velTels, before their failing
from any pea* in the said States, to call upor him
or the Vice Cowful in ort'er to be granted fueh
Certificates for their Cargoes, which the exigency
of the state of the Neutral Commerce anc* the fe
ver I Decrees of the Belligerent Powrn, render
indifpei'fably necelfary, and, that any Matter ot
veffeis belonging to the refpe*ftive nations, or na
vigating under the prftte&ion of their flags, in
omitting to rake such certificates, will personally
stand refpo«fible for the eonfequences.
RICHARD SODERS"I'PtOM
Philadelphia, ißth December, 1799.
DESERTED
FROM the Marine Barracks on the nigh? ~f tk
14th inft—JOHN OSBORN, born in the
townot Bedford, Welt Che#er county and fiate
of New-York, age« years, 9 months, 5 fei-t
8 and a quarter inches high, grey eyes (loiKjqued)
light hair, ruddy complexion, pogk marked, by
trade a Shoemaker- EuUfted by Lieutenant Key '
nolds is. Stcphsn's Town, near Albany the 15th ol
June iafc Ha-.; ou end took with him a short
round blee cloth cca: with a red cape, a blue
cloth coatee, a lew white vvaiffcqars, a long
mixed clo'h coat ana breeches, a jjpr < f hoo ( ts, a
chocolate coloured great coat trimmed with .black
hair plush, z. l'uT r hat half worn, and twoJilv.r
watches, one a middle flze, the other small. Hp
may impose himfoii on some family or gentleman
as a waited, as he has a&ed in that capacity
Whoever apprehend? said Deserter, and fecurcs him
in jail, fends him to Headquarters, or delivers hips
Co any of the Marine officers, or any officer of the
army of the United States ihall receive the above
reward and all reasonable charges
January 16.
PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, .800,
NOT I.'G E.
SARAH WILSON. Admr ,st:airix.
JOEL W. WILSON, A im in istrator.
So. 295, fomth -Front southward-
trno u.is 7*o i.r.f-,
ABR ICK ST A BLE,
'■uUiciyntly Urge to contain liilic Hocfci.
-1!. jO,
LANCASTER STAGES.
Nov. 30.
CITY OF WASHINGTON.
THE POSSESSORS
Samuel Jstodgit«
December 17
BOONETON IRON WORKS,
TO EE SOLD,
OR LEASED FOR ONR YEAR—THAT
Viluable Estate,
Janoarv m
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED,
Hereby gives public Notice,
Thirty Dellars Reward.
J. S. LEWIS,
Adjulc:it Jl::vn\c Ccr^s
AU fHENTIC LIFE OF SUWOROW.
JVS7 PUBLISHED,
AND
FOR SALE,
AT THIS OlriCE,
A SKETCH OP THE
JLiU ana Character
P£JNC£ ALEXANDRA SIHVOkOW' HTM-
NIKSKI,
Field- Ma» fhalpener.il ii> the fcrviceof Hislmperi
al Mujefly, the Emperor of allele Ruflias,
Willi
Ths Hifiory of his Campaigns.
Ti'anslaud from the Gt.->„an if i'nd-rick
Anihiv
To which is.
A concise and ccmprebensiie History of
His Italian Campaign
By WiiliaiVi Cc-übett.
11'.ij an elegant Pri:it-P:>r'.rait of tbr.t r c
KorJiied Warrior
[.Price i 1-2 L>^!jr».j
Portrait of Marshal Suwovoiv,
Gfc:«itle!*)ea wfirous of pcflcflln£ s capitj] lilte
ncfs, execute i in t!ic fir(l ftylc, of thi.s illuiliioys
Chiifcian Chieftain. nny be luri.ifliej with parti
cular proof at this oSi.c, price one
Dollar.
February i»,
TOIHI PATRONAGE OF
A liberal and enlightened C&mmunitj
IS SUBMITTED
THE PROSPECTUS
OF
A New Daily Paper,
to Be published undeh Trie titlr of
THE OBSERVER,
AND
Daily Repository of ufeful Information,
IT vriH doubtlds be deemed 1 hazardous un
dertaking to present to the public eyepropo
fals for a new Gazette, when so many are al
ready in po/Tefijon of the public patronage.
News-papqr3 so much more generally diffuf
ed throughout America than perhaps any other
portion of the globe, may become either en
gines of mifebiet or the implements of ufefulnefs
—they difTeminate good, or scatter poison,
among thousands ; and although it may be pre
sumptuous in the £ditor of that now proposed
to expeft that its utility will be great, yet he
may be admitted to deelare, that it (hall not
willingly be made the jneans of doing evil
His endeavors will be applied to render The
Objer'ver in. fame-degree conducive tft the at
tainment of knowledge as well aa to the com
munication of news—to enlighten the under
ftandiug—to improve the morals-—to beget, or
to confirm, a revercnGe for thefacred principles
of Christianity.
For this purpcfe it is intended—
To furoifh the most recent foreign and domestic
intelligence ;
To give infill Prices Current at heme and
aV'oad, and othercommercial information j
To felrdl from ' literary, productions such por
tions as may gratify taftc and induce improve-
reent
To unfold and enforce found and just virws of
government:
To aid the great interefti of piety and morality.
To prefect occasionally
Improvements m the arts and fcicFces-—in agri
culture and domestic economy j
Proceedings of the General and State Leg!fla-
(urea
Reports of the Heads of Departments, and of
interelling cases adjudged hi thefrveral courts
of the United Staie?, &c.
Reviews of Joreiun ind domestic literature ;
Anecdotes and of diftiriguilhed per
fonapes;
Statiflical tables ;
Meteorological ebfervations j
IS pp- 'irtrtiGijts ;
Marriage., Birihs, Deathjs.
With these propofaJs the diffident
ly submits himfclf to the public. He is well
aware of the importance and magnitude of the
tindfei taking Soliciious fur the late of his. na
tive land, and viewing with anxious fears and
Jirpes the iuccefs o f a government created by
th<? join* exertions of wisdom and virtue, and
conduced with far.rid policy and genuine pa
trioiifm, he feels' hrmfclr sincerely intereftcd in
promoting Inch measures and principles as he
believes • 'flcnttffio public happincfg and nation
al prosperity.
CONDITIONS,
I. The {hril be printed with a p.eat
type, and oti payer of equal size and quality
with the Philadelphia daily papers.
11. It Oiall.be pubh'fhed every evening, and
regularly. Tent to the hoi.fe* of the city fubferib
ers—To others it wiU be forwarded according
joth-ir refpexSlive inilru&ions.
,111. The price will be Might Dollars per an
w\m, to thcife who re fide in the city —and Nine
Dollars to all others. The additional dollar is
to defriy the expence of enclofinp and dire&-
if'g their papers
IV- One half of the price to be paid at the
time of fubfrribing, and the other half at the ex
piration of twelve m«niis rom the publication
ofc the firft number. The succeeding payments
to be half yearly.
V. Advertifemcms that do pot exceed in
length the breadth of the column will be 67
cents for the firil, and 33 cents for every addi
tional insertion. Those of greater length will
be charged in the fame proportion.
ZACHAKIAH POULbON, jun
March 8, 1800. fnawf
TO BE LET,
THE LOT,
A T the north-east corner of Arch and Niotli
C\ (trects, now ociupifd by Mr. PenjamiH
Biilby, as a Board Yard. Enquire at No. aiß,
Arrh street.
Mpr.h 37.
THOMAS CLAPTON
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and th«
public in general, that he ha> remov'd the
whole Stock in trade of the late firm of j. J, MAL
COM & co. drupgilt's to sign of Fothergi: Is Golden
Head, No. 97 South Second Street, directly oppo
site tu the City Tavern, where the budnefs in all
its branches will be conducted as heretofore in con
jtm&ion witii WILLIAM LEHMAN, under the
firm of William lehman & Co.
March 6.
AS Mr. Thomas Clayton, in his adver
tisement above, has indirefily aflferted tii.it
I have declined biiftnefs, I t'eel it my duty
to iiiionn mv ir.ends and the pubiic, that I
continue the Drug am! ApoiticCiirv fiulinefs,
ui u!i.u;l, at l!' O':: itcdjy at Eotbergill's
golden head; No. 26, foath Second street, a
little below ojipolite Black H-jrk Alley,
where may be had, conlUntly, every article
1:1 the line. JOHN J. MALdQM.
MEDICINE CHESTS
For (hipping, with plain approved directions,
put tip at an hour's notice.
Mdrcb 7.
To Merchant/, Store keepers, and Trades-
ift, PRAY Gentlemen, is a perfe<s\ flandard of
discount, or interest, calculated on every dol
lar (without exception) from 1 to aooo, from
one day to sixty-sour days inclusive, of any
value, whether used as a standard, or as a
check upon the enquirers' own calculations
ad Is it of any importance to know the belt
methods of computing the exchanges, be
tween this country and the principal mari
time trading place ia Russia, Sweden, Den
mark, Norway, Prussia, Poland, Germany,
Holland, Flanders, Spain, Portugal, Italy,
in several of the Windward and Leeward
Weft India Islands, and many ports in the
East Indies?
3d Js a table of all the coins and monies cf
account in the places aforefaid, of any use ?
4th Are thecoma and monies of account in the
aforefaid places, when reduced to dollar* and
cents, of any service ?
sth Is a table of compound interest of any uti
lity ? t
6th Is the table by which the banks determine
the value of gold, desirable?
7th Is tlit? amount of Interest, accurately cal
culated for each month from one to twelve
months, and on every dollar (without ex
ception) from 1 to 2oco, of any value ?
Bth Is a table of all the post town 9 in the United
States, and rates of postage therewith, of any
use ?
9th Will not all these together make a book, as
generally ufeful an J convenient as ever en-
tered a counting house or flore ?
icth Will sot the whole, when comprised in a
quarto volume of from 100 to 125 pages, be
worth two dollars ?
And laflly, Is the person, who at the expeme
of FOUR THOUSAND DOLL AKb un
dertakes to perform upwards of one hundred
and fix ty thou/and calculations »f Intereft\ and
or giving all the preceding information to
tbc public in the mojl cmp'eie manner, de
serving of your Encouragement and Sup
port ?
If the answer is in the a flir native, you are.
individually and refpcdlful'.y invited to sub
scribe in one of the specimen. books, exhibited
at the City Tavern, Hotel, Franci&'s
Hotel, the Indian Queen, Dur, woady's Tayeru,
the Franklin Head, and at the George.
It is proper to state, that the work will not
be executed unlefsfifteen hundredfubferibers are
©otained ? for four thousand dollars is too much
to hazard.
KOTHING IS TO BE PAID IN AD
VA aCK, neither will it be expe&ed of sub
scribers to ukethe work when published, if it
is not delivered rigorously conformable to my
agreements with the public* exprefled in ti c
c editions affixed to the fpeumen books, each
of, which c;T»fitts of fix detached pages of the
wc rk.
lam, with refpetf,
Gentlemen,
Your humbie servant*
ylccomi tant, Bank of North America*
The wotk is dedicated, by permiflion, to the
Prefsdent and Directors of the Bank of North
America, and has already received the patron
age off JOHN ADAMS, President of the Uni
ted States; of THOMAS JEFFERSON, Vice-
Pi tfident of the United States, and President
«f the Senate; of a large number of Senators
and Members of the House of Keprefentatives
of the United States ; and of the Presidents and
Dirc&ors of the different Banks unanirnoufly.
The Specimen Book in the Bank of North Amer
/Va, is filling -veryfajl with fubferiptions, some
for 2 copies, some for vcopies, and some for
5 copies, and I take this opportunity of gratefully
acknowledging allfhrnours.
{*.£ Gentlemen having bufmefs at either of
the Banks may fubfciibe there a» well as at the
Taverns, &c. already mentioned.
Copy-rightfeeured according to afl of Congtcfs,
March 10. dt&eTtf
THOMAS HAWTHORN, :
Of the City of Philadelphia, MerchaxT)
ON the 9th day of Aug. 1799, alTigr/d all his
Eftatc, real, ptrfolial and mix< d. to fOHN
M. NESDI TT and JONATHAN MEREDITH,
—Ail persons indebted to the said rlvuna- Haw
thorn or to rh? late hcfcfe of Hawthorn and Kerr,
are desired to pay their refpediye balances to
JONATHAN MEREDITH
3tawtf.
February % t
Removal of Miai-ir.fi.
A MISTAKE.
QUESTIONS
men in general, isfc.
JOHN ROWLETT,
\ POSTSCRIPT,
NOTICE.
J*'/*?'
HAVING
s!cli?:g Azcign-Je
6w
»-
NEW LINE OF STAGES
1o New Torky
By the fliorteft and' most plcafant ror.d—pa fling
through, Frankford, Buftltton, Newtown,
Pennington, Bonndbrook, Union
Camp, Scotch Piains, Springfield aad New
ark.
THE SWIFTSURE
P <'> from the Green Tree, No- so North
Fourth btreet, at 2 o'elock every morning, and
arrives at New York early thenixt evening.
From > « York it fW<s at 9 o'clock every
day ( Sundays axcepted) aad arrives at Phila
delphia, early the next evening.
Fars for pafleagers j dollars, way piffengers
6 cent* per mile. Each psffenger allowed 141b
of bi; gage. One hundred and filly weight of
baggjgc to pay the fame as a pafltogfr.
All baggage to be at the riik of the owtiif,
V.nleft inlured.and receipted for by the clerk*
of the different offices. 'Hate of iniurauce one
per cent.
*}* Apply to JOMN M'CALLA, No. jo'
N<>rth I'aurti-; Street. Philadelphia, and to
WILLIAM VA N DEIIVO OH T, No." 48
Courtland 'Street, N. E. corner of Gieenwith
Street, New York.
January 3
This Day Published,
By J. Ormrod, No. 41, Cbefnut Street,
(Price 25 Cents)
THE
Death of General Washington.
A POEM.
In imitation of the rtanner of Lilian.
By Rev. John B. Linn, A.M.
Miniiter of the Firit Prefbyte*ian Congregation
of Philadelphia.
Mr. Chiudron's Oration will be publiflied
on Monday morning.
Mhfch 15. d.
GLASS MANUFACTORY.
THE PROPRIETORS
Of the Pittsburgh Glass Works,
HAVING procured a fufficierVt number of
the mod approved European Glass IVanu
fu&urers, and having or. hand a large stock of
the best Materials, on which their workmen are
now employed, have the pleasure of afluring
the public, that window glass of a fupei ior qua
lity and of any* size, from 7 by 9, to 18 by 24
inches, carefully packed in boxes containing
roo leet ea fa, may fochad at the shortest notice.
Glass of larger sizes for other purpol'es, may
also be had, such as for pi&urcs, coach glaflcs,
clock &c. Bottles of all kinds and of any
quantity may also be had, together,with pocket
£alks, picklmgjars, apothecary's flaop furniture,
or other hollow ware—the whole Jt lead 25 per
cent, lower than articles of ihe lame quality
brought from any of the lea ports of the United
States. A liberal all ovcance will he made on
fait oilarge quantities. Ordersfr ra merchants
and others »ill be punctually attended to on ap.
plicat'on to JAMES O'HAIiA or ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Storeot Mcflrs PRATHER
audSMILIE, in Maiket-atreet, P ttlburgh,
March 1, tu'htf.
To be Bartered,
FOR europkan, or fast ikdia
DRT GOODS,
A liandfome Three Stcry
BRICK HOUSE £s? KITCHEN,
Oftnbdern construction or.drjclibuilt
XfrlTU the befl materials, in a very
V V pleafuHand heslthy part of the town at
a moderate difLuec from the centre of the city.
Enquire at the Office of the Gazette of the Unb
ailed ,-tjtev
March 16
Viluable Property for Sale,
to CUefNht, near Sixth ftrect, diredily opposite
Congress Hall.
\ LOT of ground, about n feet front in Chef-
S\ rut rtreet and 73 fee* in depth, whereon is a
good lrame house, now in the tenure of Samuel
Benge fuVjofl to. a ground rOnt of 20s par annum.
The, advantageous fituatiea ef this property re
quires no comments, for it niuft be known, th*re
are few in this city to equal it, an unecceptionable
title will be made to the purchaser. Apply to
JAMES GIRVAN,
No. 198, Chefiiut ft. next door to the prtmifes,
tu.th l a,* t f
march 5
DESERTED,
FKOM the United States Frigate Philadel
phia, DAVID DEVINE, by trade a Shoe
maker, born in Ireland, 23 years of age, 5 feet
6 inches high, light complexion and hair—alio,
WATSON I.UDLOW, by trade a Shoe
maker, born in New-Jerfcy, 33 years of age,
5 feet 10 inches high, dark hair and complexiocr
Whoever will take up fa id Deserters and deli
ver them on board the said frigate, (hall receive
ten dollars reward for each, and reasonable
charges.
March ia,
1 bree Lents Reward.
RUN away from the SuhfcrtSer on the evering
of the iflj).,a bound Servant Gt-RL,
nanied-El-izabeth Kowcfcel, had or. and took with
hsrjf.hree dSifercnc changes of garment and money,
proud, bold and urpudent, a noted lyar ; any per
son appren/ndinglier lhall '-e entitled to the above
reward—no cofcs or charges will be paid.
N: 8, She had 2 years and some months to fcrve»
DANIEL FITZPATRICK.
Goilien Townfliip, Chester County, Jaly 19.
august 6
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