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7 V E N I N G A D VERT I S E R.
Ucpur liiUi*" -J " '
July 31, 1794.
NOT I C E
IS fiereby jji»en, That the Documents, C
which have been forwarded, to this Depar- o:
iriHt, refr> sting the Compensation, claim- f t
ed from the Belligerent Nations in Europe,
tor tnc injuries to the Commerce of the r'
United. S'tte>, arc-committed to the cart- as
pi' the Ministers thoieof refuting in the fc
reigo Countries. concerned. That all pei
son! interested may know, whether then
parwrv have come to hand, a lilt of tht
< fes. which have been received, will bi
ft as soon as they can be printed to thi
j, '...-ent Collectors, aifd to the Poll-Mai
tc : 1 'he principal Towns of each Stat' (
'!he Winters in the several States an
requeft-d to republifh the above.
A French Family,
•WOULD wifhtobe entrusted with tht 1
care of a FARM, about the city of Phib
delphiaor Trenton, under such compenfa
tions as may be agreed upon by applying z
Mr. OSMONT's, No. 117, nortn* Sec.n
Aug. 4 1
Money to be Lent,
0.. M"> Jf;a ,ens
Within the City a.id Liberties of Philadt
Nicholas Diebl, jun.
Attorney at Law.
No. 19, fouih Fourth Jlreet.
Aug. 4 m-r*f-f ?
Bank of the United States,
July 7th, 1794.
NOTICE is hereby given, that he
will be jiaid at the Bank after the fixteir
in [taut, ro the Stockholders or tberrepi't
(entatives dnly autnorifed, fixfecn Dolla
tor , ach (hare, being th dividend declare
fnrthe lift ft* mortiu, 1
By order of the President and D'.reftoi
JOHN K.EAN, Calhier.
A LARGE body of LAND on this live
and its waters, is noiv for sale to ScMtrson
on *»« o.iofat# te tins,and at a lon&credit.
The foil is remark<bty fertile, and nu
merbus streams of water are interfperfe
through the whole country.
The main river flows through one .trac
of ab at thirty thousand acres, and is wit
the exception' of one naviga
b/e to the Sufquehannah.
Spring Brook Creek, which with it
branches, waters another tract <>f tbou
forty t»i»>uianu acres of good Land, erap
ties'itfelf into the Lachawannock, about
twelve iniles from the Sufquehannah.
Itajfords numerous Mill feats, & in it;
coiirfe creates large bodies of well water
ed meadow ground.
The other tra&s are interfered by cr«eks f
of considerable importance.
Several Mills are already ererted for the
accommodation of the settlers.
Roads are cut in different dire&ions, to- -
wards the most convenient markets.
The county town is not more than 12 ,
mles distant from many parts oi the set
tie men t.
The Sufquehannah afFdrds an easy and
fafe navigation to Middleton, from whence
the Canal to Schuylkill extends the com
munication to the city.
Another means of connection with Phi
lad lph\a, is by the Delaware, from which
the distance in several places is aboutthirty
The proprietors combining their own in
ttreit with that of the inhabitants, are dif
poled to erect works of public-utility,opei
uoads, &c. and in every en miles fc oa »
tr.iftof one hundred acres is allotted for
School, and one hundred ac res for thefirl
resident clergyman of any denomination o;
For further particulars apply to
Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County,
L*ttersdirefted tn George Eddy, at Phi
ladelphia, or this place,or io Thomas Eddy,
at New York/ relative to this bufmers,wiJ
be duly answered. eodgm
TO BE SOLD BY
Principles and Obfervationi
APPLIED TO THE
MANUFACTURE and INSPECTION"
Pot and Pearl AJhes.
By DAVID TOWNSEND,
Infpeilor of Pot and Pearl-Ashes for the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Published according to A<st of Congrefs_
Th«fe observations relate to an extenfivt
bnfinefs ; and are designed, in the plainef
1 -lannrr, to convey profitable informatior
t 1 thofo intereftedin it, who have not ieif
u v or opportunity to search for the princi
p!wS therein contained, in the writings of
prot'efiional Chemilts. I
C attain Loivkll, Having- great part
of her cargo on board, will fail in ?
few days. Freight will be taken if ap
plied for immediately, for which as w*l
as for pafiage, apply to
Andrews & Meredith,
At Willing's Wharf.
August 6. d
Wanted to Charter,
jTXt. Three Vcjfeis, _
a^out 100 t° llotons -.
Louis Ofmont-, ,
No. 11.7, nortli Seco,": .0 reet,
Who has for sale, '
Glass Ware and Bpttles, ,
A few tierces of
Tams and Butter in firkins.
Aug. 4 . 1_
Stout Ship, v
\B IUT li* years old, built of the bed
cin d white Oak, butt boired throughoV
lh-'.i(heil last fall, >s 62 feet keel, 2/.
2 xhrs beam, II feet 4 inches hold,
t 8 inches between drcks, and fuppofc p ,
.> carry from 2400 t?o 2800 barrels. Sht
av be sent to sea at a fnrallcxptnce. Ap
ply to ' l
Wi arton & Lewis.
An 4 d
Oa For LIVERPOOL,
The Ship A
1"" -y John Thompson, mailer. W
BURTHEN about 250 tons, a very lubL
antial Ihip, built of live oak and cedar,of
t» ealy draught of water, fails remark.
Hlv fait, and has ve> y excellent accommo- L
ations for to fail the firft week
I August, and is into ded to return irame
ately to Phila Jelpliia-
For paflageonly applvto Capt. Thompson
■n board, at M fTrs. Warder & Co's wharf,
•r —•— T
July 22 —
' For Sale or Charter, ° w
Sylnefltr, master. d<
, NOW lying at Say's wharf,the 3>l above
Market ftieet, burthen about 2500 bar
, els, is a good ftrongveflel, and will berea-£
;ly to receive a cargo in a lew days.
For terms apply to the Captain on board E
. or gi
RUMFORD & ABIJAH DAWES, w
e Water Jlreet, No. 7, south. g
7th mo J d
d SEA NTM PH, I
e John Padek, Master.
' SAILS fact, and will be ready to take in c
i. a cargo in a few days. v
[, For terms apply to <
v Joseph Situs, 1
WHO HAS NOR SAI.E,
! Madeira and Sherry WINE.
1 Fit for immediate use, r
Red and Pale Jesuits BARK, r
I White LEAD ground in oil, 1
>i BRIMSTONE, &c. 1
July 25 - d - '
THIS institution is now open for the ie-,
eption of students under the immediate
i- are of Mr. Caleb RulTell, whose abilities
1, s an irftrufter, and attachments the bn-
I! inefs have long been known and approve<
fe has under him the belt affiltauts i;
_he different branches—The (cholars a
"dught the Englilh, trench, Latin, and
ireek laivguages, Public-Speaking, Writing,
.rithmetic, Geography, Astronomy, and
lie various branches ol the Mathematics.
The healtbyfituation o( this place is such
<s to recommend it to those, who wish to t
, Jv e their children iu the country. Board-|j
„g, walhing, luending, &c. will be provid-,
d in good families, and the morals of the ,
vbolars carefully attended 10. 1
Th« price including tuition, firewood,,
fcc. excluftve of the French language) willL
it iot exceed thirty pounds proclamation mo-1
ey per annum) an addition of threedollars
r. >er quarter will be mad. to such scholars
• vho afe taught the French language. The
" Jireclors ai edet< rmined to pay such atten
ion to this institution, as will render it
>r efpefiableand ufeful.
if- GABRIEL H. FORD, 1
•i- TIMOTHY JOHNS, jun. > pirect's.
of NATHAN FORD, .3
Morrillown, May 15, > 794
Saturday, August 9,
By Thomas Dobfon, at the Stpne Houjt
No. 41, south Seco d freet,
VOL. 11. .1
OBSER V A TIONS. at
By BENJAMIN RUSH, M. D.
of the Inftitutcs ot Medicino, and .
of Clinical Pra&ice in the Univer
An inquiry into the influence of physical
causes upon the moral faculty.
An inquiry iato the cfFefts of fpiritous li
quors upon the human body, and their in
fluence upon the happiness of Society.
1 An inquiry into the causes and cure of the
pulmonaiy consumption. IN
4. Obfervarions on the fymptumsand cure ol
j. An Inquiry into the efcufesand the cure ol
internal dropsy of the brain.
v An account of the measles, ( as they ap
peared in Philadelphia, in the year 1789.
. An adcount of the influenza, as it appear-
cd in Philadelphia in the years 1789,1790. o
and 1791. \ St
i. An inquiry into the causes ol the increase t j t
of bilious and remitting fevers, in Penn- b
3, An inquiry into the causes and cure of fort
1< B s * re if
,o. An account of the state of the body and
mind in old agr, w»th observations upon trg
its difeaft s and their remedies. v —
I'rice one dollarand a quarter unbound, 01 a
one dollar and a half neatly beund.
Jollege of Physicians of Philadelphia.
V O L. I.—P A R T I. j
j Price one dollar in boards.
A Trcitife on the Diseases of ari
Children. i ne
With general directions for the management —
of Infants from the birth, adapted for
f the use of physicians and private families.
By Michael Underwood, M. D.
- Licentiate of Midwifeiy in the Royal Col
k lege of Physicians in London, and
Physician of the Britilh
n Price one Dollar. .
This is acknowledged to be the best bOol
«#r«ick_ka*-b£rn Q&ihe fubjett, anC
is calculated for the use of parenia,
and private families, as well as for physician; "
_ —The two volumes handsomely printed in
~ o.ie, and the price only about one third o 1 h 1
what the imported copies fell for.
The Edinburgh New Dispensatory, two
System of Surgery, extracted from tb« u
works of Benjamin Bell, by Dr. Waters, 2
e dols. 50 cents.
System of Anatomy, extrafled from the
u Encyclopaedia, with 12 copperplates, 2 dols.
System of Chemistry, extra&ed from the -
Encyclopaedia, exhibiting a view of the pro
gress of the fciencee, and the different systems
which have been published, 2 dols. 50 cents.
Brown's Elements of Medicine, 2 dols.
T. Dobfon has in the Press,
An edition of the Medical and Philofophi
cal Commentaries of Edinburgh. Twovel
umes are printed in one at 2 dollars and 50
cents per volume ; he has nearly finiftied the
five fcrft volumes, which contain the firft ten
volumes of the European edition, which fell J
for two dollarseach. Nine volumes will in
'n elude eighteen Enropean volumes, which
w ill briog the publication up to the prefem
Likewise for sale a conftder able number of
* Medical Books, viz.
Cuilen's Prattice, Materia Medica, Phyfi- -
ulogy, and Synopsis. Bell's Surgery, 6 vols.
r,T 4 vols, do. on Ulcers, Buchan's Domeftu
Medicine, Ledran's Surgery, Chefelden's A- «'
netomy, Hunter on the Venereal, Swedeea- «<
v C r on do. Rollo on Weft India Difeales ; p
Rigby on Uterine Hemorrhage, Hamilton's r
outlines of the theory and practice of Mid- w
-* 'wifery, with or without plates; do. on the p
management of Female complaints. Mease v
lon Hydrophobia, &c. &c. e
e- ( — ——— " r
es The Ground Plan [
' OF THE a
'• City and Suburbs r
id or ' 1:
:s - TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SUKrEr. ,
IT is with pleasure that the publisher has/
to to inform his fubferibers and the public in j
d -|general, that the plate is now under the |
d " hands of the engraver, and in greater for-,
he wardnfs than was a firft contemplated. At
the fame time he begs leave to remind
ld > them, that subscription papers are still o
'"ipen at moftof the noted book-stores in tlit
I°-I c ity ; and that he hopes from the whok
'" of them to be enabled to form such a ref
lrspe<3able catalogue of names, as will do a
he credit to the work, as well as afford a
="■ reafdnabie encouragement to the under
Those who are desirous of further infor
mation are reqaefted to call on
No. 63, Market street.
1. — April r4. m&rthtf
Choice St.. Croix Sugar,
And for Sale,
By JAMES YARD.
A)fo a quantity of RUSSIA Matts.
June 24th. d*
Nankeens of Superior Quality,
Long and fhbrt pieces
Long and Ihort black fattins,
Black TafFeties, and Senlhaws^
Black and coloured I ndia sewing Silk,
Ornamental jars and beakers,
And a few long sets of Tea China.
Coloured Sat tins, Lnfl rings, and
T 0 B I N E S,
FOR SALE AT
No. 40j north Fifth Street.
July 7 mw&ftf
Augujl 1, 1794.
Informatioft is hereby given ~
o all the military Invalids of the
States, that the sums to which they are en-'
titled for their annual pension, which will j
bee me dueon the fifth day of September
1794, will be paid on the said day, by the j (
Commiffiorers of Loans within the States
refpeftively, under the usual regulations .
Applications of Executors or Adminif-jp (
tratots muftbe accompauied with legal e
vidences of their refpeftive office l :, and _
also of the time of the decease of fufch in
valids whose pensions they may claim.
By command of the Piefident of the U
H. KNOX, J
Secretary at War. <~-
05T The Printers in the several States
are requested to publish th above in their j
newlpapers tor the space otwo months
1 Aug. 6 ' d2m
• JuJl Publijhed, !
AND FOR SALE BY
Jacob Johnson & Co. <
No. 147, Marketflreet,
T H F.
Writt n in the style of ancient hiftory,ii
; twu vdis. price TQp~
The Italian Nun, translated from the
1 French of J. J. Roviffeau, price 4/8.
Moore's Journal it} Fiance, in two vol. |
l>rice 15/ _ j
Fruits of Solitude, in reflections and I
' niaxms, relating to the conduit ofHumar 1
Life, by William Perm, Price 4/2.
, Senecca's Morals, price 7_/&
Dudfley's Efops Fables, in German, with
. cuts, price 4/8.
Aug. 6 eod3W
• French Revolution.
( Price two T)ollart.)
■ By fttATHEW CARET,
No. 118, MarketJlreet,
I AN IMPARTIAL HISTORY
n OF THE
II FRENCH REVOLUTION-,
1' From its Commencement to the exe
" cution of the Queen and
the Deputies of the
f Gironde Party
ExtraS from the Preface
s " " The authors have presumed to affix to
It their title, the epithet impartial; and the
reason is.because they cannot charge thein
i. selves with feeling the smallest bias to any
party but to that of truth and liberty ; and
's they flatter themselves, that their readers
1- will find not onlytvery circumstance fairly
it presented, but every censurable action,
ft whoever were the authors or a&orsj mark
ed in its proper colours. If it was neceffa
" ry <0 make a declaration of their own
principles, they would fay, they are neither
tory nor republican—they love liberty a'
Englifb whigs, and execrate every crimina
aft by which so noble a cause is endangerec
" In the present ferment of the put>t"
mind, they cannot flatter themselves witl
the hope of feeing this claim universal);
acknowledged. 011 the contrary, they ar
wellajfured thatMc/i pages will not be accepta
as [./j. to the zealtls oj either party. But when
in time (hall have diflipated the clouds of pol :
be tical deception, and appeased the tumul
>r- of the passions, they will with fouie cons
At dence expect that verdict from public opin
ncl on, which andonr and moderatiou fel
o- domfail to receive."
:ht Exttaft from the Critical Review, June 179,
olt 12 Page.
ef- uWe have certainly derived much, plr
» a sure and acquired much information fro;
1 a the perusals of thole volumes ; and we thir
er-them, both for maitei and ftyfr, worthy tl
attention of all who interest. themlelves
Events wh.ch have so justly excited the cur
fity al-onifhment mankri d."
M. Ca*>* will in aboui the w<cks Pu
li(h, Plowr rn\ Hlftory ol the B i ill Empii
from May i 79*» 10 Dtcembci 1793-
[Whole No. 6bo.]
J lift Received,
Bv the Endeavor, Jon. Paine Matter
In Hiids. i'or Sale by
Nalbro cff John Frazier,
No. 81, Walnut street,
Who hftve also on hand, and Jar sale,
In pipes and quarter casks, fit for
St. Lucar Wine in pipes,
and quarter calks.
ROTA WINE in quarter caiks
PORT WINE in do.
Hyson and Souchong TEAS,
8 by 10 Window Glass.
Aug. 5 tuth&^w
Was left on the ioth
July, along fide of the sloop Sally, one
barrel of Linseed OIL, containing 27 gal
lon£ ; no mirks. The owner may have
it again by applying to William Paul. No.
361, north Front street, paying charges
July 21 *4t
WILLIAM FINCH of the New Thea
tre, begs leave to inform his Friends and
the Public, that he has removed from the
corner of Eighth and Arch streets to No.
68, north Eighth between Arch aijd Race
streets, and chat he continues to give In—
ftruftions 111 the French and English Lan
guages as usual, as also the dailies. He
lakes this opportunity of expressing his ac.
knowledgements for the very liberal en
couragement he has experienced, a conti
nuation of which he begs leave to solicit:
N. B. Translations from either languaget
corrc&ly executed. d
THIS DAT IS PUBLISHED,
By Thomas Dobfon,
Al the Slant-Hcufc. No. 41, feulh Se
I. LETTERS ado telle d to the Philofo„
pliers and Politicians of on the fub
je£t of Religion j to whith are prefixed ob.
(ervations relating to the caufea of the ge
neral prevalence of Infidelity^
By JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, L. L. D.
F. R. S. &c.
Priee one quarter of a Dollar.
11. TWO SERMONS, viz.
l. The prefijntftate of Europe compared
with ancient prophecies. Preached on the
Faftday, in 1794; with a preface contain
ing the reasons of the author for leaving
1. The nfe of Christianity, especially in
difficult times.; being the Author's Fare
well Difeourfe to his Congregations in
Hackney; with Appendixes to the two Ser
mons, Price one third of a dollar.
111. An APPEAL to the Serious Ss Can
did Profeffors of Christianity,- on the fol
'. lowing fubjefts, viz.
' i. The use of reason in matters of Reli
2. The power of man to do the Will of
3. Original Sin. -
4. Election and Reprobation,
,5. The Divinity oi Chi iff, and
0 6. Atonement by the Death of Christ, by
le the fatae author.
i- To which are a/Mcd,
A Concise Hiltory of the
rsirifeof those DoctrineS; and an account of
ly the Trial of M'Elwall, for Heresy and Blaf
ii,'phSiny, at Stafford Assizes.
i-j Price one eighth of a Dollar.
a-| The above three are re-pubfiftied tvith
nithe author's improvements and additions ;
:r|and a confidcrable part of his works, in
a-. an improved (fate, will make their appear
alance as soon as convenience will odmit.
:d July 28 eod3w
'% . NO. 68.
" r y DiftriEl of Pennsylvania,
:n. BE it remembered that on the twenty
ili thirdday of July in the nineteenth year of
ill- the i»dependence of the United States of
if-America, JOSEPH BOGGS, of the said
Dt-dlftrift hath deposited in this office, the ti
tl-teof a book Ihe light whereof he claims
'as author in the words following, to wit.
*!« The Philadelphia Direilo
ra- ry, for the year' 1795— by Joseph Boggs.' ;
<>m In conformity to the a<ft of lie Co
inkof the.United States intituled ''An
the the encoui agement of learning by
in the copies of maps charts and btOkj.
ir '° authors and proprietor- of such cc
ing the times therein n enfiori'd.
'l C'erk of tDiftrift of Penn'ylv
I. July iJ