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DAILY EVENING ADVERTISER.
[No. 12 of Vol. VI
LANDING at Hamilton's wharf, aV>ove
fhc D awbridse, out of the (hip Bacchus
Vakneman, fiom Jamaica,
for s.'iLF nr
No. 117, north Second Jlreet.
His vnxr on hand for fate,
A few P.ickag-s remaining of his importa-
tions tins Spring, coi.filling of
Irlfh Dowlas, Baftas, Sattins,
f'eatlu i s and Flowers, Back Luti:
Looking Glaires, ('mined.
A few Chests of Hyson Tea,
Wme and Clartt 'n cases, Madei
ra Wine, Spernaceti Candles.
flankeenS of Superior Quality^
FOR SALE AT
}40. 40, north Fifth Street.
April jl. mw&ftf
T U I T I O N.
tyfLLIAM FINCH of the New Thea
b*»*s leave to iftlonn his Friends niul
(lie Ph' lie, that he has removed from the'
Earner of Eighth and Arch streets to No.
*8, north Eighth between Arch and Race
ftrecs,- and chat he continues to give In
•ft: unions in the French and English Lau
gu*»g«ss as ufuai, as also the Claflics. He
rakes* this opportunity of expreifiug his ac
knowledgements for the very liberal en
couragement he has experienced, a conti
tfuaf loftof which he begs leave tcr lolicit.
N. fit. Tr'anftations from either languages
executed* d „
To be Let,
for Mertbants Compting Hottfes or Public
Two brick 3 flory Houses,
H'AV ING 6 looms in each,w 11 h hre places
fcefivie gat rets,fiiuate on the south weUerly (ide
of Dock iti ct, between Pear and Walnut
fticeti. Enquire of
BENJAMIN W. MORRIS.
Aprif 1 j tuti &rstf
/Tate of scuth-cAßolina
In the Ho use of Representatives,
DeclmblK 21U, 1 793.
If THhREAS the Coinmiilioners ot ptib-
V V lie Accounts,hove reported, that they
Cannot proceed to the in.('(ligation of the
Trealury Accounts, reipc&ing special In
rfert;*., without knowing the ouiftdiiding a
fftoiinf thereof rn circulation Therefore,
Kcjdivtd, That all holders ot special Ih
rffnu be dt«t£ted, and requirtO, on or before
tire frill day ot November next, 10 deliver the
Tpvcial Indents hi therr poffeflion to one or
<mi#i ot the Com mi (lioness of the Trcatury,
tthtf are to give receints tor the fame, and to
ft port to the Com-tnitfioners on public ac
counts, on or beloie theunth day of Nov
ember next, the smount by theia refpettive
fy icceived, and also 10 the Legiflatpre, at
their meeting in November next, and that
'*11 special Indents not tendered into the
treasury as above, on or before the firft day
ot November next, lhall be, and the fame
ate heiehv barred.
Re jolted, That public notice of this refolu
fion be given in the icvcraf Gjzettes in this
State, once every three weeks, tun il th£ fiift
day of November next. And that the Dele
gates of this State in theCongrels of the Uui
fed States, be rtquelted to cause this retolu
tion to be publifhcd in one or more papers
in the cities of Philadelphia and New-York,
and that provision will be made for the ex
pences attending filch publication.
Ordered, That the resolution be sent to
the Senate tor their concurrence.
Bv order of the Houfr,
JOHN SANJ-ORD DART, C.H.R.
In the SENATE,
Refo/ved, That this House do concur with
the Houle of Repiefentatives "in the forego
Ordered, That the resolutions be lent to
the Houfe'ot Repielentatives.
by order of the Senate,
THE Stockholders are hereby reminded
fiat an initalruent of two dollars on each
ihjre of the Itock \i to be paid on the second
Monday, (being the fourteenth day) of Ju
!y nexr,; and that according t"t» the charter
of Incotporation, any person or perfons,co
pnfrtnet ships. or bodies politic neglecting
■or reiufing to the fame at the time pre
icribed for payment the rerff, (hall refpec
f.vely forfeit to the use ot the Company all
the monies previously paid on account of
h? (hare and fharvs refpeftivelv, in pay-,
ment whereof, fuchi default fhali be made
as aforefaid, together with all rigln, ti
tle, interest, emolument, profit, claim
«nd demand, of, into and out of the funds
o 'iie said company, and the piofits arising
By order of the President & Di.eftor^,
Ebenezer Hazard, Sec'y.
Office of the Insurance Company
01' North America/
oA.sfttr of fljelllltto
At the STORES of
jefTe & Robert Wain,
PORT WINE in pipes, lihds. and quar
LISBON do. in pipes and quarter calks
Souchong and Congo TEAS, in quarter
A quantity of Lisbon and Cad z SALT
Soft shelled ALMONDS in bales
Velvet CORKS, in do.
Russia mat is.
June <J d
All persons who have any de
niancls upon the New Theatre, are requeu
ed to fend in their accounts to No. 204, in
Arch it red r, near Eighth street, as» soon a;
WIGNELL & REIN \GLE.
THAT no person will fupplv any articles
for the use of the NewTheatie, without
an order in writing, signed by ouri'elves, or
Samuel Anderfon, for us.
WIGNhLL & REINAGLE.
TflE 1 elations of Mr Thomas Curtis,
formerly of Ellicof's Upper atld
lately of the City of Wafhingtan, deceaftd,
aredefired to apply and have his affairs fet
City of Washington, Aptil 22, 1764.
M. 5 m&tl)4w
Scheme of a Lottery,
To raise 39,900 Dollars, on 266,000
Dollars, deducting 15 per Cent, from
the Prizes—ibis Lottery conjljls of
38,060 Tickets, in which there are
14,539 Prii.es and 23,461 Blanks,
being about one and an half Blanks to
THE DireQors of the Society for cflab 1 ifb
ing Ufeful Manufactures, having refoiv
ed to ( ere& LOTTERIES for One
Hundred Thousand Dol laks, agreeably
to an Att ot the Liftiflature of the State of
New-Jersey, have appointed the following
persons to foperintend and dire# the draw
ing of the fame, viz. Nicholas Low. Rufns
King, Herman Le Roy, jjmes Watson,
Richard Hanifon, Abijah Hammond, and
Cornelius R?y, of the city of New-York—
Thoma* Willing, Joseph Ball, Matthew M'-
Connel and Andre « Bayard, of the city of
Philadelphia—Hts Excellency Richard How
ell, Esq. Ellas Boudinot, General Elias Day
ton, Jamis Parker, John Bayard, Doctor
Lewis Donham, Samuel W. Stockton, Joshua
M. Wallace, J 'feph Bloomfield, and Elifha
Boudinot, of Ww-Jeifey, who offer the
following Scheme ot a Lottery, and pledge
themselves to the public, that they will take
every aflurance and precaution in their power
to have the Monies paid by the Managers,
from time to time, as* received, into the
Banks at New-York and Philadelphia, to
remain for the purpose of paying Priz s,
which shall be immediately discharged by a
check -npon one of the Banks.
S C E M E:
i Prize of 20,000 Doliars is 20,000
1 10,000 10,000
2 5,000 10,000
5 2,000 10,000
10 I,coo 10,000
23,461 Blanks. Firfl draw-it number, 2,000
Lad drawn number, 2,000
38,000 at 7 Dollars each is 266,000
The drawing will commence, under the
infpeftion of a Committee of the Superin
tendants, as soon as the Tickets are fold, ot
which timely notice will be given.
The Superintendants have appointed John
N. Cumming, of Newark, Jacob R. Har
denberg, of New-BrunfWick, and Jonathan
Rhea, of Trenton, as immediate Managers
thereof, who have given ample security for
discharging the trust reposed in them.
(£3" In order to secure the pun&ua] pay
ment of the Prizes, the Supei intendants of
the Lottery have directed that the Managers
shall each enter into bonds in 40,000 dollars,
withfour fufftcieiit fecurn; s, to petform their
inflrufltons, the fubltance of which is
I. That whenever either of the Managers
shall receive the sum of Three Hundred Dol*
lars, .he shall imrndiately place the fame in
one of the Banks of New-York or Philadel
phia, to the ciedit of the Governor of the
Society, and such of the Superintendants as
live in the city where the monies are placed,
to remain there nntil the Lottery is drawn,
tor the paymnt of the Pnzes.
11. The Managers to lake fufficicnt fe- !
curity for any Tickets they may trull, other- '
wife to be refponnble for them.
111. To keep regular book? of Tickets
fold, Monies received and paid into the
Bank, abftra&s of which shall be sent,
monthly, to thcGovernor of the Society.
Paterfon, January 1, 1794.
On application to either of the above gen.
tlemen, information will be given where
tickets may he had.
Wednesday, June 25, 1794-
For Fort Dolphin & St. Marc,
The very fall /ailing Bri'■*
For a few paflages, on-
ly, apply to
No. 117, north Second street.
26th inlt. at 7 o'clock in
iiVi.Ti. riii'i 1 Will be fold by Public
AT THE CofTEE HOUSE,
H A R MONT.
With all her mat rials, fail:, igging, &c
:ii Ihe came from sea, now lying at Mr.
She is 334 tons burthen, four years old,
built of live oak and cedar, and fails re
markably (aft. The inveutoryto be seen
at ihe place of 'Me.
Footman & Co.
John Vanneman, Matter.
TO fail wiih a;] convenient having
three fourthsof her cargo already engaged-
For freight or passage apply to the matter
on b< a'or
THOMAS iff JOHN KETLAND.
]'»- 3- d
<a x For MADEIRA,
SSX. The Ship
TO lail direcSUy. A few barrels will be
taken on freight, if speedy application is
made. Apply to
The Owner of the Catharine begs to in
' form the gentlemen, from Ma
deira, the Catharine returns diredtly to
this port, and will take freight ou mode
■fcafcT' For New Orleans,
Edward Jac!ocks, Matter.
WILL fail with all po/Tible speed, (fav
firft July) is now discharging a cargo of Tar
from N. will take in x cargo as
Toon as unloaded.
The chief part of her cargo being ready,
a little may bf received on freight. Apply
for it and fpr pMlage to
No. 117, north Second street.
N. B. None but American property will
be received on board, either out or home,
- She is intended to return immediately, &:
L. Olmont will thank his friends for recom-.
mending her to their cortefpondents for
r r Sale or Chartu,
To any part of the Con-.
or the Wejl Indus,
OF about 55 o or 600 barrels burthen ;
a fine strong veflel, and now ready to take
ia a cargo. For terms apply to the Cap
tain on board at Walnut street or
to ' '
THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND.
June 17 • d
BOUND to St. Croix, will touch at St.
£uftatius ( to accommodate any paflengers
who may wish to be landed there. She will
-fail on Saturday morning next. Apply to
WHARTON & GREEVES. .
Wanted to Charter,
jffiSLTHAT will carry 600 or
rooo barrels for Madeira,
Alio a vellel of Bto 10,000 bulhels,to load
in the Chefayeake., Apply to
Carolina Rice and Indigo,
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
FOR SALE By
Gurney arid Smith.
May 14. 4
A pair of GOLD EAR BOBS—The
owner by applying to the Printer, may be
informed where to get them.
June 24 d.
and for Sale by the Printer, M. PARENT*
No. 85, Vine-Street, corner of Thirci-itreet*
and by M. CAREY,No. 11 5, Markct-llicet,
An ENQUIRY into, and OBSERVATI
ONi upon THE CAUSES and EFFECTS
Which rag-d in Philadelphia from
the month of August till towards
1 lie middle of December, i 793-
Mallei in Suige.ry,from Cape Fr ncois,
Physician of the Hospital at Buth-Hill, Sur
geon-Major and principa Physician of tiie
Military Hospital eftabl.fhed by the French
Kcoublic at Philadelphia.
Jme 24 d4t.
Out of the Kris NANCY,
('apt in Shapley, at Race-Street Wharf,
SUGARS in H gOuads and Bariels,
C OFFEE in H< gfheads, Barrels and Bags,
iititled to drawback.
Ju e 24th.
Choice St. Croix Sugar,
jlnd far Sale,
By JAMES YARD.
Also a quantity oi'RUSSIA OTatTs.
June 24th. ' dtf.
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, Wall-street, New-York.
THE Subfcribcr intending to confinrhim
fe. entirely to the PURCHASE and
SALE of STOCKSonCOMMISSION,b<gs
leave to off, r hisferviccs to his friends and
other,s, in the line o( a Slock Broker. Those
who may pleaft to favor him with their bufi.
ness, may depend upon having it tranfa&td
wii h the uimoft fidelity and dispatch.
Orders hroin Philadelphia, Boiton, or any
other part of the United States, will be
ftri£Uy aitendrd ro.
In hogfhcads and in cafcs of 50 bottles each*
A few cases Champaigns wine ;
In pipes., hog(head,s and quauer casks,
No. 111, South Front llieet.
Jan. a, >794. dtf
Best Boston BEEF,
Received by the schooner Belinda, from
Bgfton, and for sale by
Nalbro' & John Frazier.
No. 81, Walnut Jlreet.
LETTERS on the fubjedf of the
ington Lottery, being by mistake repeat
edly addrefled to the Commifficners for the
City of Washington.
Persons concerned are hereby informed,
that all such should be addrefTed either to
W. Deakins jun. of Washington, or to the
Subscriber. The commissioners never hav
ing contemplated any further cbncern in
this business, than in their afient to receive
the bonds and approve the names of the
managers. The prizes have been paid and
are paying on demand by W. Deakins,
Washington, Peter - Oilman, Boflon, and
by the Subscriber.
For the Lottery No. 2, the (ecurities aU
ready given will be retained by the com
missioners, or transferred by them at their,
option to the bank of Columbia ; arid the
commifiioners will be consulted reipecSling
a judicious and equitable difpofitfcm of the
houseS to be built thereby ; their treasury
or the bank of Columbia, will receive the
money intended for the National Univer
sity, and they will be confuted in the no
mination of the 24 managers ■ but all the
refponfibility.tftfpedling tbe gerreral difpo
firion of the tickets, and payment of pri
zes, will reft as in the Hotel Lottery, on
the persons whose names are And may be
hereafter publijhed as assistants to forward
this business with
N. B. Mr. Blodget will be particularly
obliged if those persons who polTefs prizes
yet unpaid, will apply for theil* Ttnonev as
earfy as poflible.
By JEAN DEVEZE,
By JAMES CRAWFORD, or
WHARTON & LEWI'.
FOR SALE BY
[Whole No. 562.]
By Thomas Bob/on, at the Stone Houfi,
Nc. 41, Jcuth St j co dJ!rest,
By BENJAMIN RUSH, M. D.
v Pioteir<»r of ihe I nit itutes ot Mc-chcinc, and
ot Clinical Pra&ice in the Univer
fily oJ P ennfy Ivaoia.
I. An irquity into the influence of phyficai
caules npoo ihc moral faculty,
a. An inqui'y into the cis efts of fpiritous li
quors upon the hum -rv body, and their in
fluence upon the happiness ot society.
3. All inquiry into the cauics and cure of the
pu inonaiy consumption,
- - J -
£ . Obfuva/ions on theMymptums and cure of
5. An Inquiry into the causes and the cuie of
internal dropsy of the biain.
6. An account of the measles, as they ap
peared in Philadelphia, in the year 1789.
7. An account of the influenza, as it appear
ed in Philadelphia in the years 1789,1790,
8. An inquiry into the causes ot the increase
of bilious and remitting ftveis, in Penn-
g, An iuquiry into the caufefrand foxe
o. An account of the slate of the body and
mind in old age, with obfeivations upon
its difeafrs and their remedies.
Pi ice one dollar and a quarter unbound, or
one dollar and a half neatly bound.
OF THE 4
College of Phj ficians of Philadelphia.
Price one dollar in boards.
A Treatise on the Diseases of
Wiih general dire£tions for the management
of Infants from (he birth, adaped for
thculr of physicians and piivate families.
By Michael Underwood, M. D.
Licentiate of Midwifery in the Royal Col
lege of Physicians in London, and
Phyhcian of the Britiih
Price one Dollar.
This is acknowledged 10 be the heft bool
which has been published on the lu£jc&, ana
is calculated for the use of paren's, nurses,
and private families, as well as for physicians
—The two volumes handsomely printed m
one, and the price only about one thiid of
what the imported copies fell for.
The Edinburgh New Dispensatory, two
S>ftem of Surgery, cxtrafted from the
works of Benjamin Bell, by Dr. Waters, 2
dols. 50 ccnts.
System of Anatomy, extrafltd from ihe
Enrycjopa-tlia, with I 2 copperplates, 2 dols.
Syflcm r,f Chemistry, rxtt ailed from the
Encyclopaedia, exhibiting a view of the pro
giels of the fciencee, and the different fyftemi
which hive been publilhed, 2 dols. 50 cents.
Brown's Elements of Mcdicine, 2 dols.
T. Dob/oh has in the Press,
An edition of the Medical and Phtlofopht
cal Commentaries of Edinburgh. Two vol
umes are primed ki one at 2 dollars and
cents per volume; he has nearly finifbed the
fiv fiift volumes, which contain the firft ten
volumes of the European edition, which fell
for two dollars each. Nine volumes will in
clude eighteen European volumes, which
w ill bnog the publication up to the* picleuc
Likewi/e fir Jale <3 cimjiderahle number of
Medical Books, viz.
Cjilkn's Practice, Mtteria Medica, PhyfU
and Synoplis. Bell'sSuigcry, 6 vols,
or 4 vols, do?. on Ulcers, Buchan's Domdlic
Medicine, Ledran's Surpety, Chcfelden's A
netpmy, Hunter on the Venereal, Swedeia*,
ver on do. Rollo on Weft India Difcafcs t
Rigby tin Uterine flemoi rhajje, Hamilton*!
outlines of the theory and practice of Mid
wilerv, with or without plates 5 do, n» lit*
rranagemer.t ol Female complaints. Meal*
on Hydrophobia, &c.&c.
¥he Ground Plan
City and Suburbs
tAKEV FROM ACTUAL SURmr.
IT is with pleafuie ihat the publiihcr has
to inform hit tublcribefj and the public in
genera}, that the plate is now under the
hands of the engraver, and in greater for
wardnfs than was at firft contemplated At
the fame time he tegs leave to r. niii.it
titeni, til t fubfa iptioir papers areflill o
pt-11 at mod of tie noted book-ftnrrs in the
city ; and that he hopes from the whole
ol them to br enabled to fo-m Inch a ref
peftable catalogue of nan es, as will do a
oeH.t to the work, as well a* afford a
reVonable encouragement to the Under
Those who are dCircus cf further infor
mation are requited to call on
No. 68, M^rkcl>ftreet.
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