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DAILY EVENING ADVERTISER.
[No. 29 of Vol. VI
The lajl night bat One of the Company's
performing here this Season.
Mr. BliJJetf s % Mr. De Mou
lin s, Mrs. De Marque s
and Mad. Gardie $ Night,
Will be Presented,
A TRAGEDY, called
Beverly, Mr. Fennel
Stukely, Mr. Wignell
Lewfon, * Mr. Cleveland
Jarvis, Mr. Whitlock
Bates, Mr. Green
Daw ion, Mr. Moreton
Waiter, Mr. Demoulins
Mrs. Beverly, Mrs. Whitlock
Charlotte, Mrs. Francis
Lucy, Mrs. Cleveland
After which, a new DANCE, composed
by Mr. P rancis, called
The IRISH LILT j
THE MERRY REAPERS.
And the Comic Song of " Four and Twen
ty Fiddlers,"" will be lung by Mr. Bates.
To which will be added, a FARCE, in
two Ails, called
THE SULTAN ;
A Peep into the Seraglio:
Soliman, 1 ,-j„
Cfmyn,. S®. r
Elnura, • v
li'mene, (with " Sweet Bird,)
Accompanied on the Violin by Mr. Gil
liiigliaia, Miss Bioadhuflt
koxalaaa (with Songs) Mrs.
With a Charadtcrillic DANCE, composed
by Mr. Francis.
* # * Tickets to be had of Mr. BlifTett,
at Mr. Spooner's, White Bear, North
Eighth-Street—Of Mr. Demoulin, at Mr.
Powell's, opposite the State-Houfe —Of
Mrs- De Marqtie, No. 35, North, Fifth-
Street—And of Madame Gardie, at Mr.
O'Eller's Hotel, Chelnut-Street.
Mr Bliflet, Mrs. De Marque,
and Madame Gardie, refpe<£tftilly inform
their friends, that in ojniequence of the
ill fucceis of their former Nights, ~he Ma
nagers have indulged them with the oppor
tunity of offering the above Entertainment
to the patronage of the Public.
To the Public.
For Engraving in Aquatinta,
Four fele£t Views;
Three upon the river Shannandeah, in
theftateof Virginia ;
And one upon the Schuylkill, in the
From the paintings of IV. Winjlanhy ;
By G. J. PARKYNS.
Ha. 1. A rie*'j moon-lighr, on the
Mtaanan^oab,. near the Great Clift, frotn
the foot of Shannpfl Hill.
. No. 2. The Smvsl'etting—a view of the
Horft-&bqf, from Shannon Hill.
No. 3. A morning view upon the Sthuy!-
XiM, Mat tbe commencement of the Canal.
No. 4. The Sun difptrfmg a fog—A View
Upon the Shennandoali, froiu a hill weft of
tbe OJd Bloontery.
_ The Conditions are as follow :
The Pi-ice to Subfctibers will be SIX
DOLLARS for the four Views.—One half
of which to be paid at the time of fnbfcrib
ing—the other half on tbe delivery of the
Prints, according to the priority of ihe sub
Subrtriptions received at Mr. DobfonVj
Boolcfeller, at the Stone Hnufe, Second-
Steer, and at Mr. Joseph Anihonv's, Silver
Smith, Market Steer
And at Mr. John M'Elwee's, No. 75j
fonth Front llreet.
Choice St. Croix Sugar,
* And far Sale,
By JAMES YARD.
Also a quantity of RUSSIA Matts.
Jnne 24th. d.
$\ankeens of Superior Quality,
Long and (hort pieces
Lont and (hort black fattins,
H rttk Taffet e<, Sen (haws,
Black and coloured India sewing Silk,
Ornamei taljan and beakers,
And a few long sets of Tea China.
Coloured Saltins, Luflrmvs, and
r 0 B I N E J,
for sale at
No. 40, north Fifth Street.
J u, y 7 mw&ftf
o><i>rttr of tfjelfljiiftJi H>
About 10 months old ■; a strong 'double
decked veflel ; burthen n6tons. Enquire
No. 82, foutb FrontJlrect.
July 5 d 6£
For Sale or Charterj
SHE is well found, and ready for sea j
would takea freight to the Nirth of tu
rpe or the Well-Indies, and carries about
iwo thoufandbarrels. For terms apply to
Between Walnut and Chifnut Street
Wbai ves—Where may be had the follow
New Orleans Indig6,
A F*ew Calks New Rica,
Sugar in Hhds. and barrels,
Coffee in Tierces and no.
RufliaDuck, and an Assortment of
"Englijh Earthen Ware.
jj*^vF° r Sale or Charter,
remarkable fajt fail-
N O W lying at Cuthbert's wharf, bur
then ab<iut 3000 barrels, and in com pleat
order to riCeivC a caigo* for terms apply
No. ti, Dock Jlreel,
WHO HAS FOR SALE,
Antigua & Grenada Rum,
H>!on and Souchong Tea?,
Roll £J» imftone,
Bviftol crown \Viudow Glass of* diffe
Almonds in bags,
Lampblack in bogflieadsj
Cotton in balesj
Rich Port Wine m pipes, hhds. arid
quarter calks and
A few BOXES of
Sugars, fnuff, chocalate, &
Lately received from the Havannah
July 3 d
Carolina Rice and Indigo*
BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH
FOR SALE BY
Gufney and Smith.
May 14. d
Essence for the Tooth-ach.
Prepartd and fold by Dr. Lee, Golden
THE public are offered one of the most
efficacious and fafe medicines, that ever
appeared, for that m6ft excruciating pain
the tooth-ach. The numerous instances
of its happy effe<£b in relieving the afflic
ted, have now brought it into universal es
timation ; it not only relieves the tooth
ach, but is of the utmost service in cur
ing the scurvy in the gums, in preventing
the disagreeable fmelf that proceeds from
unsound teeth, and occasioning a sweet
breath ; it like wife' prevents the teeth from
decaying, and will be found a general pre
server of the teeth and gums.
Sold in Philadelphia,-only at Poyntell's
Stationary Store, No. ai, Second street.
J u| y 14 d 3 t
Jeffe & Robert Wain,
PORT WINE in pipes, hhds. and quar
LISBON do. in pipes and quarter cases
Souchong and, Congo TEAS, in quartet
A quantity of Liibon and Cadiz SALT
Soft (helled ALMONDS in bales
Velvet CORKS, in do.
June 9 d
Nicholas Diehl, jun.
Attorney at Law,
INFORMS his friends and tie
that he has opened an OFFICE for the (ale
and pvtrchale of Re»l Estates at No. 19
south Fourth ftreer, where he will thank
fully receive their commands. He also
draws Deeds, Mortgages, atid other Writ
Wednesday, July 16, 1794.
Deblois £*? Breck,
At the STORES of
M A I L S of
the United States.
jP iopofals for carrying (fir mails of tlie U
nited States on the following poft-road&j will
be received at the Gcnool PoU-Cirfice liiiril'
the laftdayof August next incluliveiy.
In the Diftrift Jf Maine.
Main pod- road.
. i. From Portsmouth in NewHampJhjre, by
York, \Vclls and Uiddefoid, to Puitland in
The mail td leave Portsmouth every Tues
day and Friday, at one o' clock ifi *he after
nooh, and arrive at Portland on Wednesday
and Saturday, by fix in the evening.
— Returning, to leave Portland every Monday
and Thuifday., affix o* clock in the morning,
and arrive at Portsmouth 6n Tuesday and Fri
day, by ten in the forenoon.
. 2. From Portland, By North Yarmouth,
Biunfwick, Bath, Wilcailet, Nfewcaftle, No
bleborough, Bufto), Warren,
Thomafton, and to ljucktrap.
The mail to leave Portland every Monefav
morning} at fix o* eloek, arrive at Wifcaflet
on Tuesday, at noon, and at Ducktjap on
Wednesday, by five in the evening.—Return
ing, to leave £>ucktrap on Thursday, at (cv> n
o* clock in the morning, and a> nve at Pqrt
land the next Saturday, by in the evening.
3, -From Pchobfcot, by Fiarikfort and Bel
faft, to Ducßtrap
Ihe mail to leave l*en®bfcot every Wed
nesday, at seven o' clock in'.the morning, and
arrive at bv five in the (Veiling.—
Returning, to leave Ducktrap on Thursday,
at seven o' clock 'ri the a<d airive at
PenObfcot by five in the rvening.
4. From Penobfcoi, by Blue'il'll, Ticn'on,
Sullivan, Goldfbourough and Machias, 10
The mail 10 leave PtfHobfcoJ evei y other Fri
day, at fix o'cfork in the morning, and ai
rive at Paflamaquviddy the next Tucfday bv
noon. Returningj to leave
on Wednesday bv noon, and arrive at Penob
fcot the next Saturday, by fife Ijj the evening.
Ci,ofs Roads in Maine. .
5. From Portland, by Nev? GlOuceftcr,
Gieene, Monmouth, Winthrop end Hallo
well-cimrt.. house, to Piuiton on the river
The mail to leave Portland every Monday,
at fix o' clock in the morning, and arrive at
Piitfton on l*u< May evening by fix. Return
ing) to leave Piufion on Wednesday morn-
at fix o' clock,. and arrive at Pjftlaud on
/Thuifday evening by fix.
New-Hampshire and M*ffachufctts,
6. From Boston. by Saltm, and
Newbury portj to portftnouth—--On the main
For fix months, from May ift to Novem
ber Ift the mail to leave Boston every Friday,
Monday and Wedilefday, at five o' clock in
the morning, & arrive at Portsmouth the fame
days b) fix in the evening. Returning to leave
Portsmouth every Tuesday and
Thursday, at five o* elbek in tbe morning,
and arrive at Boston this fame d by lix
in the eVeniug.
the other fix hionths of the veai,
the tnail to leave Boston every Saturday,
Tuesday ahd Thursday, at fix.o' clock in the
morning, andarriveat PortsmoUth the fame
days, by seven iri the evening.— Returning,
to leave Portsmouth every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, at fix o* clock in the morn
ing, and arrive at Boston the fame d«vs, by
fix in ihe evening. ✓
7. From Boston, by Atidover and Haver
hill in MafTachufetts, to Cheftcr and Concord
The mail to leave Boston every Wedhefddy,
at nine o' clock in the morning, and arrive
at Concord on Thursday* by fix in the even
ing. Returning„ to leave Concord on Friday,
at fix o' clock in the morning, and arrive at
Boston the next Monday, by five in the even
8. From Boston by Confcord and Lancaster,
or by Concord and Grototi, in M
to Keen, Walpole and Charleftown in New
The mail to leave Elofton every ThUrfdav,
at nine o'clock in the morning, and arrive at
Charleftown the next Saturday evening by fix.
Returning, to leave Chaileftown the next
Monday morning, by fixo'clock, and arrive
at Boston on Wednesday, by 6ve in the evtu
Note. It being yet undecided which of
;he two route?,.above mentioned, fr«>m Bos
ton to Keen, will be the post road, it is de
sired that proposalS for carrying the mail on
each of them, may be offered. The infor
mation ex petted concerning them, before the
day for clofmg the contract, will determine
which shall be chosen.
In New Hampshire.
9. From Portsmouth by Exeter, Chester
and Ambeift to Keen.
1 he mail to leave Portfmobth every Wed
nesday, at eight o'clock in the morning, and
aifivc at Keen the next Friday evening, by fix
o' clock.— to leave Keen on Satur
day morning, at eight o' clock, and ariive at
Poitfmouth the next Tuefd iy evening by fix
io. From Concord, by Plymouth, tO Ha
The mail to leave Concord every Saturday,
by fix o'clock in the morning, and arrive at
Haveihillthe next Tuesday, by ten in the
forenoon. Retaining t 10 'cave Haverhill at
twe? in the afttmoon, and arrive at Concord
the next Thuifday, by five in the evening.
1 1. From Exeter to Hampton Falls.
On the fame davs - .1 which the mafi from
Bofto® arrives at Hampton FaM-/ and as soon
as it a- • ves, it is. :o br carried to f>eter : and
the Exetei mati 1: to be carr d to Hemp or
lal!* every c-n >\>i!ch the foutherfi
mail leaves Pop.u;hj and in time to\g
with it to Boston.
In Maffachufut V. . rr<onr and Ham> •
J2. from Sprin o ficld, by Noxtba'uigtoli,
Greenfield, brattle-borough. Weliminftcr,
Charleitown and Windloi, to Hanover.
The mail to leave Springfield every Tuesday
and Friday, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon
arrive -at Charleftown on Wcdnefday and Sa
turday in the evening, and at Hanover on
ThurM&v and Monday by noon.—Returning,
to leave Hanover evcrv Tuesday and Friday,
at c even o'clptk in the foienoon, airive at
Charleftown in the evening, and at Spring
fi; Id the next Thuifday nnd Monday at noun.
Note, tf the ftrge Waggons set up on ;hi&
road, Iboulti ply but once a Wcekj then the
mail is to be carried only once a Week \ and
on tjie day Which shall correspond With the
regular paflage ot those waggons.
14. From Hanover to fjaVerhilt and NeW
btlry. The mail to leave Hanover every Tuef*
day, at fix o' block in the morning, and arrive
at Newbury by fix in the evening. Ret'd+nirtgr
to leave Newbury every Tliu* fday* at fix o*
clock in the morning, and arrive at Hanover
by fix in.the evening.
In New Voir, Conne£ti< lit and Maltachutctts
On the main poll-road.
14. From New York, by Stamford, Nor
walk, Faiifield, Stratford, New Haven, Mid
dletown* Harifojd, Springfield and Biook
field to Boston.
For fix months, from May ift to froVom
beriftthe mail to leave New York every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at one o'
clock imhe afternoon, and arrive at Hartford
on Tucfday, Thu'fday and Saturday, by nine
o' clock 111 the evening : leave Hartford on
Wednesday, Friday and Monday, at three o'
clock in the morningj and airive at Boston on
Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday "by noon.—
X>turhinir x to leave Boston every Friday, Mon
day and Wednesday at noon, and airive at
Hartlord on Saturday, Tuesday and Thuisdav
by nine in the evening : leave Hartford on
Monday, "vVednefday and Friday, at three o'
clock in ihe morning, and arrive at New York
on Tucfday, Thursday and Saturday j by ten
in the forenoon.
During the other fix months of the yearj
the mail to lfjive New York, every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at one o' clock in
th'e alrcrnoon, arrive at Haitford on Wednes
day, Fi tday and Monday, by eleven in the
forenoon—leave Hartford at noon, ar)d arrive
at Bolton on Friday, Monday and Wednef
riav by ten o' cJoch in tHe forenoon. Return
ing, to Uave lieftoii evety Monday
and Wcdnefdav, a t one o' clock in the after
noon, arrive a> Ha-tford on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, by elcvju o'clock in the
lorenoon—leave Har.'foid at noon, and arrive
at New York 011 Wednesday, Friday arid
Monday, by ten rn the/orenoon.
15. From Gloucester to Salem and Boston.
Fijom the middle of April to the middle of
o&(?}>erj the mail to leave Gh Uccftcr every
Tuesday and Friday, at seven o*clock in the
motning, and aniveat Boilon by five in the
i afternoon From the middle of O&ober to
i ihe middle of April, to leave Gloucester and
arrive at Boston on the fame days, but one
hour later. Returning, to leave Bolton every
Wednesday a u d Saturday,' ai nine o'clock
in the inotning, arid arrive at Gloucester by
seven ift the evening.
Nb'tE. Should this mail be cauied in ihe
stage waggon plying between Gloucester and
itoPt&n, and if frtfjri the fmddle 0/ December
to the ( middle C- Apri', or in any part of thai
time, this waggofi Ihould mfike but one trip
in a week, the 1 fie mail may ct>n
lo» m with the travelling of ihe waggon.
j6. From Salem to Marblchead.
from May ift tp November ift the m/il to
leaVe Salem every Friday ; Monday and Wcd
-11 c fday; as early as the fouth> rn mails which I
fhail have a»rived there h< m Boflt>n can be
obtained, and be de livered at the poft-office
at Marblchead in at lcaft one houi and a l>alf
afteiwafds; and waiting ih-erc thure hours,
unlclt sooner diiihargrd l y ihe poftmafte,.,
the mail is to return to Salem the fame flays.
Prom November id to May ift, the mail ;s
to goto «uid it turn Irom Marblchead, evciy
Satuiday, Tuesday and T'hurfday, in thfc man
ner above mentioned.
17. From Salem to Boston—-every d£y on
which the stage usually plying between thole
places shall pass from osie to the other, and ai
iuch hours as shall eorrefpond with the regu
lar departuic and arrival of the stage.
18. From Boston, by Qnincy, the North
Parish in Hingham, Pl/mouthand Sandwich
to Bainftabic and Yarmouth.
The mail to leave Boston every Thursday
rhornihg, at seven o' clock, and at five ai Yar
mouth on Friday evening by fix. Returning.
to leave Yarmouth on Saturday morning, and
Bainftable on Tuesday morning, anivc at
Sandwich by ten in the foicnoon, and at Bos
ton on Wednefda), by five in the evening.
19. From Saiidwich to Falmouth, and
thefice to Holmes's Hole and Edgartown
on Martha's Vineyard.
The mail to leave Sandwich every Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock (Or as soon as
the mail from Boston can be obtained )and
arrive at Falmouth in the evening: leave
Falmouth the next morning, and arrive at
Edgartown by eleven in the forenoon* —
Returning, to leave Edgartown by one o'-
clock in the afternoon, arrive at Falmouth
in the evening, and at Sandwich the next
Tuesday by ten in the forenoon.
20. From Boston to Taunton a*id New-
The mail to leave Boston every Thurs
day morning at eight o'clock, arrive at
Taunton in the evening,, ants at New Bed
ford cti Friday evening, by five o'clock.—
Returning, to leave New Bedford evet y
Monday morning at eight o'clock, arrive
at Taunton in tire evening, and at Boftvn
on Tuelday evening by five o'clock.
Note. Should this mail be carried in a
stage waggon, then as often as the wag
gon pafles the mail is to be carried ,• the
days and hours of arrival departure to
[Whole* No. 579<]
corrcfpond with tliofe regularly fixed for
the arrival and departure of the stage wag
gbu. In any proposals which may be made
by the proprietors of stage waggonS, they
will liate the dars and hours of their de
parture and avPival in conformity with
which they Wll car; y the mail.
21. From New Bedford to Nantucket.
The mail to be carried between these
two places as often as a regular packet boat
(hall ply between thetn ; and at least once
a week : the days and hours of depart
ure from and arrival at New Bedford to
correspond, in a-convenient manner, with
the arrival and departure of other mails at
and from that place—wind and weather
In Maflachufetts and Rhode Island.
11. From New Bedford to Newport.
The mail to leave New Bedford every
Friday, at seven o'clock in the morning,
and arrive at Newport by five in the even
ing. Returning, to leave Newport every
Saturday, at seven o'clock in the morning
and arrive at New Bedford by five in the
23. From Tauntoit to Providence.
The mail to leave Tauritoii every Friday
it fix o'clock ill the" morning, snd arrive
at Providence by ten Leave Pfovidence
the fame'dayat one o'clock in the after
n'.on and return to'Tauntoh by fix in the
erci-'.ng. • "
24. From Taunton by Dlghton and So
meriet to Warren.
The mail to lfcave Taunton every Thurs
day, at fix o'clock in the morning, and ar
rive at Warren by ten : Leave Warren at
one o'clock in the afternoon, and return to
Taunton by fix.
11l Rhode Jfiand.
45. From Newport, by Bristol and
Warren, to Prbvidence.
The mail to leaveNewportevery Thurs
day, at 7 o'clock in the morning, and ar
rive at Providence by five in the evening.
Leave Providence on Friday morning, at
7 o'clock, and arrive at Newport by fivfe
ill the evening. .
36. I-roh) Newport by East Greenwich
1 he mail to leave Newport every Tues
day, at Jeven o'clock in the morning, and
arrive at Providence by fix in the evening:
Leave Providence on Wednesday at fix
o clock in the morniftg, and arrive at New
port in the evening by fiXi
In Rhode Hland and Connecticut.
27. from Newport, by Weftcrly and
St'.>nington Poiftt, to ,New London. ' •
The mail to leave Newport every Tues
day, at leven o'clock in the morning, and
arrive at New London on Wednesday, by
one in the afternoon : Lea'.e New London
on Thutfday, at seven o'clock in the morn
ing, and return to Newport on Friday by
one in the afternoon.
In MaflachufettS, Rhode Ifknd and Con-
28. From Boston, by Providence, Nor
wich, New London, Saybrook and Guil
ford to New Haven,
The mail to leave Boflon every Satur
day, Tuesday and Thursday, at five o'-
clock in the morning, arrive at Providence
the fame days, by five in the afternoon, at
New London on Monday, Wednefdav and
Friday, by fix in the evening, and at New-
Haven on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, by fix in the evening. Returning, to
to leave New Haven every Wednd'day,
Friday and Monday, at five o'clock in the
morning* arrive at New London the fame
days, by fix ill the evening—at Provjdence
on Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday, by
fix in the evening—and at Boston on Fri
day, Monday and Wediiefday, by five in
In Maifachufetts and Connecticut.
29. From Boston, by Dedharti, Men
don and Pomfret, to Hartford.
The mail to leave Boitop every Monday
at seven o'clock in the; morning, and ar
rive at Hartford the next Wednesday, by
five in the evening: Leave Hartford on
Thursday, at seven o'clock in the morn
ing and returii to Boston the next Saturday
by five in the evening.—Or the mail may
leave Hartford every Monday morning,
arrive at Boston on Wednesday evening—
Leave Boston on Thursday morning, and
return to Hartford qn Saturday evening :
the hours of departure imd airital to be
the fame as before.
In Maflachufe<t» and New Yo k.
30. From Brookfield, by N.ubjinip
ton, Pittsfield and New Lebanon,/to Al
1 he mail to leave Brookfield and Albany
every Wednesday, Friday and Monday,
at nifle o' clock in the morning, meet and
be exchanged, and return to Brookfield
and Albany the next Friday, Monday and
Wednelday by fix in tlio evening. Thus
a mail will be carried from one place to the
other in three days travelling.
Notl ; . Should a ftajre tvaggcn ply be
tween Brookfield and Albany but" twice,
Or but once a tveck, the mail is to be carri
ed no oftcner than the waggon runs. If
no ftzge waggon iliould ply on this road,
then the mail is to be carried but once a
week ; and to leave Brookfield every Mon
day morning at lix o' clock, and arfive at
Albany the next Wednesday by fix in the
evening ; leave Albany on Thursday
morning at fix o' clock, and return to
Brookfield the next Saturday, by fix in