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$&U}ZttZ »t m and Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
The price of this tiazette is Eight 1
DoLLAJiS per annum to Subscribers residitig
itt tbi city of Philadelphia. All others pay
one Dollar Additional, for enclosing and di
recting ; and unless-.same person in this city
mill become answtrable for the subscription
it must be paid Six Months, in Advance.
*** Ho Shiscription ivill be received, for
js sboi'ter term tben six months.
Dce«niSfr I *799»
White do. ' j
Rape &itd Kemp,
SIIKET! COPPER. IRONMONGERY, and
PATEN T PLOUGHS, which arc said to be more
durable than any heretofore invented, and found
on experience* to dlminifh the labour Loth of man
BY THOMAS HOWARD,
No. 40 South S&cond StrHti Philadelphia,
February 13. tu&f.Bw.
PRATT fef KiNTZING,
No 95, North Watef-ftreet,
HAVE OH HAND THE FOLLOWING
ENHTLED to drawback, which they offarfor
file at n-osleratki prices for calh, or the usual
credit ; or on a credit of lz or 18 months upon
Mortgage* otj Real Property, in or near the City
cf PhHadefphia, or otUer fecurity.
%o boxes and bales Tick- j 3 pipes old Port Wine.
lenbuighi boxes Tumblers af
-60 do. do. Hemp- i'orrcd.
en litren*. ao'o boxes Hamburgh
50 do. do. Ozna- Window Glass 8 by
brigs. 10,& c
50 Jo Patterbornes. I chest afiortcd Looking
do. Bielfkld Linens. Glasses.
II do Crea- and Creas Severalklrge elegant do.
a la Morlaix. 1500 Demijohn*.
Bro'.vn Rolls. 50 kegs Pearl Barley.
Do.Hefli.lrs. A fevy toci Roll Enm-
Polift Rolls. ftowe.
Bed Ticks. 20 kegs Yellow Ochre.
Siamoii. A few bbls. Rofia.
Arabia?. 40 tons RulTu Kemp.
Empty Bags. 80 hhds. Hogs Bridles.
Oil Cloth*. z hhds. Dutch Glue-
Shoes and Slippers. 20 ca(ks Nails allotted
Soal and upptr Leather. from 3d. to 2od.
Quillsand Sealing Wax. 16 calks Ironmongery
A package Gold and Sil- 8 calks Hoes.
v«r Watches. • German Steel.
A few Toys. j 6 hhds. CoTee
Slates and Pent iis. J Blocking Twine, Tape?,
70 hhd« Havanna Mo j Stone Pickling Pots,
laiTcs j &c &c,
TO BE SOLD,
nPHRF.E or four lots ot about 30 or 40 acres
& each, mqre or lelsa-smay suit a
On each of which there is a good situation for a
honfe—viz. one on the rivtr Delaware, suitable
either for .1 gentlemanVfeat or for a person who
mitfht w.fii to ft,gage in the lumber bufiaefs hav
ing a g larding. One c mmanding a good
view oCthe river «rom th* hrghelt ground betw<?erj
the l*ennypack and Pogueffm creek-. ; and arothar
on rht Bfitfol Read. Enquire frf Mr. Gilpin near
the 11 mile ftone6n thefaid road.
Cf abo-ut to acres each w;th good situations for
bnildmg; one or which is suitable for a ten-yard,
ami has fmali (lone heufe and a younc* bearing
orchard on it, on th<j Newts>wn road aear Snider'*
mill abouc 10 miles from Philadelphia, and one
other lot of/about £0 acres on the P«n*ypack.—
Fnquirc of Jonathan CHn who live* oa thurproaii
vfes or of Mr. Gilpin.
Poficflion will be given in the spring, but build
ing m it<.riaU may be coHcAed fo#ner.
Taxes of Lycoming County.
JOHN KIDD, Treafarer, .
BY Pireilion of the C<rmmi£t6ntrs as I-yro
ming'-connty. trends at Phihidel) Ilia to re
rrwethe Taxes affrllsd upen unfsated Lands in
that County, from the holders thereof, in Jhis
City. Tbofe who have filed with the Com-
Datements of their Linda, are re
quelied to call upon hirr, to know the anaoitn'
of Ta,-tiathereor.,and pay them ; "therwife, bo
( fore bis leaving the City, they »ill be put into'
the hands of the Sheriff for collection, a»re.-a
b!y to tke a<!l for raising eoußty rates litid levies
Thof« who have not filed ftarements of theii
lands with the Commiflioners, and aredefirous
of hiving It done, to prevent files without pre
*i«>tis perforal Notii e, tnay file with the above
Treasurer, their lifts, fiatijtg the quantities ro
. ,turned, sumber Ind dales of the warrants ai d
Marries of the Warrantees, under which they
h-ld theirlands. He will attend at Mr. Joseph
Hardy's No 98, Market street for this purpol'e
wntil the tßth infiatrt.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Spring Forge, in Yark
County, a negro man, named ISAAC, other
wise CUDJU, about J1 years *ld, the property
of Robctt Celeoian; Esq. He it ai.aut $ fret 8
inches high, h i a!> Uplift in his eyes, Tors -»nrte
in them than common, by trf.de a F-igeman,- had
en and toot with him a drab coloured broad clot''
coat, almost new, a sailors jacket an I pantaloons
printed fancy cord, a I'Mnldown ilripcd under
acket; a rorufw hat; one fine and one coarle
| shirt' one muslin handkerchief, fpriggi,d, two
ditto striped border, a blue Persian under jacket
and two peir cotton (lockings. Whoever takes up
faiil negro and lodges him in a*y jail in this or any
of the neigabouring ftatcs shall have the above re
ward or rcafonable expencesif brought home.
Spring Forge, October 13,1799,
N. B. Ai said negro formerly lived in Cheflcr
county, it is probable he may return there.
5 KE D S.
OF OBLIGATIONS ®r CERTIFICATES flgn
ed by the fcbftriber, for undivided Shartt or
Lots on his purchase within the city of Waflking
ton, who have not yet applied for and received
their Deeds, are hereby notified, that their several
Titles will be otuly completed to the order of those
who in conformity with the ternu of thefaid Cer
tificates, do make th« Payments in full therefor,
either to Tbomai M'£ u „, W Ch. or to the «üb
fcriber at Philadelphia, on or at any time before
•he 31ft day of May next.
TO EE SOLD,
OR LEASED TOR ONE YKAR THAT
KNOWN hy the name of the Booncton Iron
Work*, fittitw in the omniy of Morris in the
11 ate of New- Jjrf-y, confiding of a Fnrgc with
four fires, a Roilirjj and .ilming Milt, a Grift mill
with two Run ofltoncs, and Saw mill, all in good
order and new in rfe, together with an ejeell-nt,
largo, nd tonv»nient hoiife, with out-Kouf s of
every kind ; among which are an . lot hoofe, and
flonc milk house, with a temaritahle fine /prfeg in
it, a large Garden, and an exc-lle-nt «oliefikin of
Fruit, a large Qfrc.iard, anil 2500 acres of woocf,
pa • ui*e and arable Line!, and a nuni.'n r of
ftoMs and workmen's houses Immediate poiFrfSon
will be given of houses an<J ft ores Itrtfi.nw.t for
! providing flock the prel'ent wint«f, aud pofleffioa
i of the whole m the spring.
For terms anquire of David B Ogden at New
ark, mr Peter Mackie in New-York, mr. David
id Morris I'oWn, or mefirs. Jacob audftich
ard Facfch on the prelfoifcs.
THaRES tiiis method of once more informing
.1 rhe Public, that the partnerfliip of Moles
Chaphtic and Robert M'Cbjrc, which was enter
ed into for the purpose of retailing Goods in the
town of Weft Liberty and Commonwealth ol Vir
ginia, on/the tenth day of August, 1790, expired
on the tenth day of August 1793, agreeable to the
telmftipulated in their article of copartnerlh»»;
Near the corner of Arch and Ninth streets.
To be Sold or Let,
A number of excellent Failure Lots,
On the Wiflahickon road, ahsut half a mile
from the city.
*•* Enquire at No. tS North Fifth ftrest.
November 15. <Js:iawtf
FROM the Marine Barracks on the night of th»
14th ina—JOHN OSBORN, horn i„ the
town of Bedford, Weft Cheller county and state
of New York, age* Sa years, 9 months, 5 feet
8 and a quarter inches high,grey eyss (lougqued)
light hair, ruddy complexion, pock iiiarked, by
trade a Shoemaker. Enlisted by Lieutenant Rey
nobis in Steph.n's Town, near Albamy the ijtliof
June lad Ha l on and took with him a short
round blue cloth coat with a red cape, a blue
cloth coatee, a few white waiflcoatj, a long grer
mixed cloth coat and breechfcj, a pair of boots, a
chocolate coloured great cuat trimmed with black
hair pHift, l syr- hat half worn, ar>d two silver
watches, one a middle size, the other fnrali; He
may inipofe himfclf on some or gcntlesian
as . wai.er, as he has aflad in that capacity
Whoever apprcli .-nds laid Dcferter, and secures him
in jail, fends tin, to Headquarters, or delivers him
to any of the Marine officer-, or an / officer of the
army of the United Stat-;, shall deceive the above
reward and all rcafonable charges.
PHI LA DEL PHI A, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH «, ISOO.
MERCHANTS Accounts elegantly opened,
Books neatly and corre6lly polled, with
various other kinds of writing, by a perfpn
thoroughly acquainted with accounts'.
Gentlemen extensively (.'oßccw<rd, may find
it to their intrrcft to puj business in this line
into his hinds, as the fulleft confidence may be
reposed in him and ample fatisfatfion given.
Address a line to B. A. leavi it with the
Philadelphia, March 19.
N O T I C K.
ALL persons indebted to th« dftatr of Thomas
Wilson, late of Southvvark, dcceafcd, are
are requeued to tpafce immediate - payaietit to the
lubfcribers, and thof® who have any demands
agafi(ft the fald «*ftate are requttfted lo furnifh their
accounts for settlement.
SARAH WILSON, Administratrix,
JOEL W. WILSjdSjTi Administrator,
No. 195, fonth«Front ftrcet, b'outhwark.
WHO HA S TO LF.Ty
A BRICK STA B L E,
Suffitiactly large to contain niae Horses,
I'or Sale or to Let,
A New FRAME CARRIAGE HOUSE,
Nov I. 1799. ,)tf.
THE Proprietors of the Philadelphia and Lan
caster line »1 StDISPATCH, return their
grateful thanks to their fronds jtnd the public in
general, for the praft favors »ey fiaVe received,and
inform t ficm that in ad.iition to the regular Line,
are p.oviJed with Garriages./ober and careful
driers, to go through between the City and
Borough in two days. Those whoprcfcr this made
of travailing can be accommodated at the Stage
Office, %n of United States Eagfc, Market Aceet
Slough. Downing, Dun-.i'ood ■; W Cv.
30. j 2t __s
CITY OF WASHINGTON.
BGONETON IRON WORKS.
Thirty Dollars Regard.
J. S. LEWI?,
Adjutant ?>lo> nie Corps,
I AUTHENTIC LIFE OF SUWOROW.
JUS T PUBLISHED,
AT THIS OF licit,
A SKETCH OP THE
JLifz ant) Chatter
PRINCE ALEXANDER SIfWOROIV STM-
Field-Ma.fliaJ General in the fcrviccof His tmperi
al Majeily, the Hmpcror of all the Ruflias,
1 he History of his Campaigns.
Translated from the German of Frederick
To which is :u!
A toncise and pom,'irebmsioe History of
His Italian Campaign.
By William Cob^cit.
Witt an elegant Print-Portrait of thai re
[Price s 1-3 Dollan.j
Portrait of Miirsbsl Sutvor#ru>,
Gfcßtlemen dcfirous of polTuffiug a capital like
ness, executed io the firft flyleaf this illustrious
ChriAiap Chieftain, may be furiiifbed with parti
cular proof at this olE.e, price one
TO TUH PATRONAGE QJT
A I Her a! and enlightened Community
A New Daily Paper,
TO BE PUBLISHES UNDER THE TITLE O*
Daily Repository of ufeful Information.
IT vrill doubtlcfi be deemed a hazardous un
dertaking to prefeDt to the public eye propo
sals for a new Gazette, when so many are al
ready in pofiiflion of the public patronage.
News-papers so much more generally diffuf
ed throughout America than perhaps any other
portion of the globe, may become either en
gines oi ir.ifchief or the implements of ttfefulnefa
—they difleminate good, or foatter poison,
among thoulamli; and although it may be pre
lumptuous in the fitiitor of .that now proposed
to expetfl that its trtility will be great, yet be
may be admitted to declare, that it shall r.ot
willingly bft made the means of doing evil
His endeavors will be applild to tender The
Ohfer-ver in some degree conducive to the at
tainment of knowledge at well &* to the tom
municatiea of news—to enlighten the under-
Sanding—to improve the morals—to beget, or
to confirm, a reverence for thefacred principles !
of Christianity. j
Forihis purpose It i» intended—
To furnifh the most recent foreign in J domtiflrc
To give ufeful Prices Current *t home and
abroad, and uthercommrrtidl 'mforrrtation j
To felrdl from literary prodafiions such por
tions 33 may gratify u/teand iui.'K:eirnprove-
Fo unfold artd enforce found and just views of
To aid tie pt tnr interna of piety and morality.
To prefect occafioivaJly—
Impi ovements ro tfce arts and fcieaaes—in agri
culture and domcftic economy ;
Proceedings of the General and State Leg'fh-
Reports of th<* Beads of Departments, and of
intercfling cases adjudged ia i*.e favcral courts
of the United Staies, &c.
Reviews of foreign and domestic literature ;
Anecdotes and char.t<fkfs of diflir.rjuiflied per
Statirtical table? ;
Meteorological ..bfervatitns j
B ; nhs, Deaths.
With these |.ropiofa|« the fubfefiber diffident
ly fjbmits hirr.ltlf to the public. He is well
aware of the importance at U magnitude of the
tinder taking Solicitous for the l ate of his na
tive land, and viewing with anxious fears and
h< pes the furcefs of a government created by
the join' exertions of wil'dom and virtue, and
conduced with found policy and genuine pa
tn lifrn, he feels hiirfelf Gncfrely interelted in
promoting fiieh meif-.rcs and pi inciples as he
believes eliential to public happineft arid nation
cosvi r i o x s
I. The Obfcrw (hall be printed with a neat
type, and 011 paper of equal si ze andqujlity
with the present ITviladelphia daily papers.
11. It (hall be piihlilhed every evening, and
regularly lent 'o the honfesof the city fubtrih
ers—To others it will .be forwarded acc. rding
to th- ir refpetftive iiiflruflions.
11l The price will be Fight Dollarj; per an
num to those who re fide in the city —and A;'<w
Dollars t» all othen. Tie additional dollar is
to defray the expence of euclofing and direiSl
iftg their papers
IV Due halt of the price to be paid at the
time offubfcribing.and the other half ar toe ex
piration of twelve nuin'hs rom the publication
ot the firft number. The fucceetfilig payments
to be half yearly.
V. Advertifeme*'s that dn tint exceed in
length the breadth of the column will be 67
s ent!, for the firft, and 33 cents for every aridi
tinn.il insertion- Thole of greater length will
he charg'.-d in the fame proportion.
ZACHARIAH POULbON. Jan.
March 8, 1800. fmwf '
TO BE LET,
A T the north-east corner of Arch and Ninth
ftreetfl, now occupifd by Mr. Penjamfa
Bufbv, as a Board Yard. Enquire at Nq. aiß,
Arth street. a
9th Will not all tlieCe together make a book, as
generally ufeful an-J ever en
tered a counting house or store ?
loth Will*ot the whole, when comprised in a
quarto volume of from 200 to n; pages, be
worth two dollars ?
And la-llly, Is ttie person, wlio at the expence
of FOOK THOUSAND DOLLARS un
«l*rtake» to perform upwards of one hundred
a:nijxt) thou/and calculatiins tflnterejl, and
of giving all tlte preceding information to
t"t public in the mnft complete mnnncr, de
f:mng of your Encouragement Sup
If the aniVer is in the affimitive, you are
individually and lefpedlfully invited to full,
fcribc in one of the I'peciinen books, exhibited
at the C:tv Tavern, Hartiy'i Howl, Francit's
Hotel, the Indian Queen, D.jnwo-d\'s Tavern,
the Fraxklin Head, and at the Otoige.
It is proper tc (late, that the work will oot
be executed urAets/fu,,, kw.drrdfui/ciibert ore
otiained ? for four th'tmftnti duifars is top much
NOTHING IS TO BE PAID IN AD
VANCE, neither will it be expetfed of fub
lcribers to take the work w hen pubtlffied, if it
is oct delivered rigoioufly cnnfoinijbl* to mv
agreement* with the public, expiefi'ed in the
CHjujitions affixed to the fpeeioieti hooks, each
of which cohCHs of fix deuehed pages of the
The woi k is dedicated, by penrriffion, to the
PrefioVnt and Dirrflors of the Bank of North
Amerit-a. and has already received the patron
age of JOHN ADAMS, President of the ffni
! ted States; ofTHOMAS JEFfi-ttSON, Vice-
Prelidtrtt "f the United Slates and President
et the Sei'S'e; of 3 large number of Senators
and Members of the House of Keprefen>ativei
of the United States ; and of the Predicts and ! DESERTED.
DireiSlorfc of ths different iianks nn,,n ; monflv -ir-ir>rvvi.i it j ~
The Specimen Book in the Bank of.North Amir F u wf DAVID BK V?NF
in, isfilling verjfjl with fubfeription,, some „ b l' D .' D 9J-VINE, by 1-rade a Shoe
for i copies, low!: for , copies, and i™ f! Tl' .."l» , ™ Uod ' •» f in ° f 5 feet
s copies, and I take tkh opportunity \ * " hl gh, l.ghtcomplex.on andhair-alfo,
acknowledging all favours. j WAT SON LUDLOW, by trade a Shoe-
Gentlemen having hufinefs at eitTierof Vh W
the Banks may ftrtffe.ibe there a, well as at the i UM lrt T t ' / ,?? complexion
t> 01 1 *»*••«»« uic j Whoever will take up fad Deserters and deli-
Taverns, &c. already mentioned. I * » . ,, F , , -T „ .
J vyr them on board the laid frigate* shall receive
Copy-rightfeeured according toad cf Ccngrefs, j ten dollars reward for each, and reasonable
March 10. diis- r tf pharges.
j March 12
Of the City of Philadelphia, RRcit;>wr,
ON the 9th day of Aug. I 799, qfflgrsji all his
Estate, real, personal nnd mixid, to JOHN
M.NiISBIfT nnd JONATHAN MEREDITH,
—All per for 9 indebted to thf said Thomas Haw
thorn or to rh» late hofeft of Haw the r» and Kerr,
ire d&fircd to pay their refpetfive balances to
,«r F »
Removal of Midi*ims•
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
public in general, that he ha* remov'd the
whole Stock in trade of the late firm of J. J. MAL
COM <Sc co. drutfgilc's to figu of Fothcrgills Golden
Head, No. 97 South Second Street, direilly oppo
fitt to the City Tavern, where the buihiefs in all
its branches wili he conduced as heretofore in cnii
juii«slion with WILLIAM LEHMAN, under the
firm of WILLIAM LEHMAN 5c Co.
AS Mr. I homas Clayton, in his udver
tifement above.,'has indirectly asserted that
I have declined business, I feel it my duty
to inform my friends and the public, that I
continue the Drug and Apothecary Rnlinel's,
as uluul, at the old stand, ligii of Fotlfcrgill's
golden head, No. 26, south becond street, a
little below oppolite Black Horse Alley,
where- may fcc Jiad, conlVntly, every anicte.
in ths line. JOHN J. M.VLCOM.
For fhipptpg, with plain approved direaions,
put up at an hour's notice.
To Merchants, Store keepers, and Trades
f men in general, life.
ift, PRAY Gentlemen, is a perfect standard of
discount, or interell, calculated on every dol
lar (without exception ) from 1 to 200 c, from
one day to sixty-sour days iijdufive; of any
value, whether used as a iiandard, or as a
check upon the enquiiers' own calculations
id 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 in Rufiia, Sweden, Den
mark, Norway, Pruflia, Poland, Germany,
Holiarfd, Flanders, Spain, Portugal, Italy,
in fevcral of the Windward and Leeward
Weft India Islands, and many ports in the
3d Is a table of all the coins and monies of
account in the places aforefaid, of any use.'
4th Are the coins and monies of account in the
aforefaid places, when reduced todollarsand
cents, of any service ?
sth Is a table of compound interell of any uti
6th Is the table by which the banks determine
the value of gold, desirable ?
7th Is ths amount of Interest, accurately cal
culated for each mouth from one to twelve
months, and on every dollar (without ex
ception ) from 1 to 2000, of any value ? *
Bth Is a table of all the port towns is the United
States, and rates of postage therewith, of anv
Ifft"? * '
I am, uirh rcfpedt,
Your humble fervjnf,
JOHN ROW LETT,
y.ccom; tanty Bank of North America.
NEW LINE OF STAGE;
1o New Tori,
By the (horteft and most pleafont road—pas
through Frankfoid, Buftleton, Newto
Penftingfon, Millstone, Bcundbrock, Ui
Camp, Scotch Plains, Spiingficld and N
ttarts from the Green Tree, No ;o N
Fourth Stn|et« at 8 o'clock every morning,
arrites at New York early the next eyeni ".
j From Xew York it lia'fis at 9 o'clock 1
day (Sundays excepted) and arrives at Pi
deiphia, ea-rly the sext evening.
Faro for paflesgers j dollars, way p-iflep,
6 cent, per mile. Each paffsKger ajlowed
of ba-gage. One hundred and fifty yei L -h
baggage to pay the fume as a P? fcn ? er. '
All baggie to be at- the riOc of the owi
unless inlured and rtocipte,! for liv the ci
of the different offices. Hate of ftjttraiit c
*s* Apply to JOHN M'CALLA, No.
Nrrth F»;irti< Street, Phitadclpbia, iod
WILLIAM V A NISE KVOO!< T ; Nr..
CourtUnd Street, N.E. corner of Greet;v
Street, New York.
January 3. eo( [.
This Day Published,
By J. Okmrod, No. 41, Cliefiiut Stre
Death of General Wujkingto
In imitation of the planner of Offian.
By Rev. John B. LfNN, A.M.
Miciftcr of the First Preftyterun Comrj 4 e£:<ti
0" Mr.'Chaudron's Oration will be pub)
on Monday morning.
THE PROPRIETOR. 1 "
Of the Pittsburgh Glass !7.
HAVING procured a fufficient number <
themoft approved European i -
fuiflurers, unci having 011 hand a large ii k
thebeft Materials, oil which their
now employed, have the ple.'fi, , :
the public, that window glaf, of 1 ,
lity and of" any bze, 7by >
inches, carefully packed in bo.vev
too feet ea h, may br iad at :h • "
Gbfs of larger sizes for otter ( . , r3
alio be had, fucli as for pictures, coach
clock faces, &c. B-ttles of al! kinds.
quantity may also be had, together
Balk», pickling jars, apothecary's fe
or other hollow ware—'he wholi
cent, lower than articles of ;he ante r
brought from any of the lea ports of. th* L'r.it
States. A liberal allowance wiil bf
ftlerf large quantities Ordersfr. m n
and others w ill he punctually attencirr
plication to JAMES Cli-111,, or
CRIIG, or at the Storeof MclTis PR
and .SMIJUH, ' n ket-itreet, P
y OR Kill) OF FAN, OR » 4
A liardfome Three Story
BRICK HOUSE £s? KITCHEti
OfMioilern conatruction and Well buill
TTr'TH the best materials, situated ma.
VV plcaf nt ami liealij.y pa:t I ;U
a mndfrart <h'ft;n: c from the icrittffc of the i i<
Enquire at the Office of the Gazette of ttK Ui
Man li 16
/ iiluable Property Jor Sale,
In Chefast, near Sixth street, direfijy t>j t offi
Cong hiss Hall.
\ I OTofgroujid,about n feet front is C! -C
---». & nut llrat and 73 fe« : n depth, when,
good frame house, now in the tfcerJPfef S _ ■■. 1
Bcr.ge futjea to a ground rent of jes. peranrt.:
The, advantageous lunation ef this prop. ;■: -j re
quires no comments, for it nrell be known, there
are lew in this city to equal it, an uneiceptionaUa
title will be made to the purehafer. Apply to
JAMES Gilt VAN,
No. 198, Chcfcut ft. next door to the pi mifes.
march 5 tu.th /a-tf
Ibree Cents Reward.
RUN aw,ay from the SuSfcriher on the ev«nr»g
or the 2tlh rnfh a hound Servant Q<JR!..>
named Rllzahcfh Hmvorel," hail on and toot;y.vit'a
herjrhree different, chanj/esf t garment and meaty,
proud, hold and impudent,.a noted !yar • any f><«r
fon apprehending her (hall be entitled to the abevs
reward—no coiU or charges will be paid.
N: !3, She had a years and fome-iuonrte-to fcrve.
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