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DAILY evening advertiser.
[No. 86 of Vol. VI
fhis Day from an board the brig Ann and
M«ry, Capt. Corric, from Antigua,
NlNfc J Y HOGSHEADS Oi
Prime Antigua Rum,
ONE thifd of which is foorth proof', the
ofSwr thi'd. Also a few Kf ilic;.c - Kitnawi
ing <m hard of the B>ig Sally'j CARGO,
('.apt'in W«ft from fame place, which ha
been so much approved of for the finenef?
of its flavour.
Genuine Madeira Wine,
By tile pipe, quarter cafkor gallon,
By the Norfolk, Captain Art,
FOR SALE BY
A T o. 116, south corner of Pine and
Aug. 9 7
To be fold by Au&iOn,
On Tuesday the I 1 tc day of November next
at ndon at the house of Archer G fford in
Newark, Ne*w JerJey, if not prevtmf
ly disposed of by private contraS,
Trails of Land,
Belonging to the American Iron Company,
fituatc at Ringwood, Long Pond, and
Charlottenburg, in the Counties of Bergen
aud Morns in the said state of New Jer-
12 tradls of land, contain
ing about 6533 acres, situate at Ringwood,
on pa?t of which the Ringwood Mansion-
House and Store are erdfled.
4 irafts of Land, containing about 6156
acrcs, situate on Long Pond River.
7 trails of Land, containing about 6165
Acres, situate at Char lot ten burg.
Thcfe Eftatei are we}] worthy' of the at
tention of any Gentleman or Company in
clined to engage extenfivel y'in Iron Works :
There are several Buildings and some confi
de ruble Improvements on theie Lands; about
250 Acres of excellent Meadow, are already
cleared, and much more might be added at
a trifling Expence. On tlv Premises there
are several very convenient Seats for Furnaces,
Forges, Mills. &c. There .«re also some very
valuable Iron Mines. Moil of the unimprov
ed Parts of these Lands aie covered with
fine healthy Timber.
Thefc Eftatcs will be (hewn by Captain
Joseph Boaid, of Ringwood, and the Terms
jot Sale made known by applying to him, or
In Philadelphia, at the corutr of Sixth and
Auguji I, 1794.
Information is hereby given
to all the military Invalids of the United
States, that the sums to which they are en
titled for their annual pension, which will
become dueon the fifth day of September
i 794, -will be paid 011 Ihe said day, by tli«
comniiffioncrs of Loans within the States
refpe&ively, under the usual regulations .
Applications of Executors or Adininif
trators nwftbe accompanied with legal e
vidences of their refpedtive offices, and
alio of the time of the decease of fucli in
valids whose pensions they may claim.
By command of the President of th* U
Secretary at War.
The Printers in the fevcral States
are requested to publilh the above in tlieir
newfpapets or thtfpace of two months
Aug. 6 d2m
Five Chejls ajforted;
* Each Containing
FUSTIANS, See. &c.
To be Sold on very low terms, by
John Miller, jun.
Sept. 3* *eod,iOt'
Carriages for Hire.
In Pine street, No. 123, between
Fourth and Fifth- Itreete,
HAS FOR HIRE.
BY the Day, the newest fafhioned Car
riages, as Coaches, Coachees, Cha
fciOTs and Light Waggons, with two!
or four Horses, and careful steady drivers. [
1 he terms reasonable, and all favors grate-1
Endc . or,
For freight or paflTage apply to
No. 81, south IVatsr Jlrtet,
Or to the Captain at Wj]nu,t ftrcet
iwharf. She ttilllail with all possible ex
For Sale on board the Swedilh Ship Guf
tavus Adoiphus, Captain BLOOMSTER,
■ 1 Said Viffel, Burthen3oo Tons,
For CHAR TER >
an r PORT within or
without the Mediterranean.
Who has for Sale a fe vj Tons
Alio SuperiorCLAßET 111 Hogsheads
373-. THE SHIP
Christopher Franklin, jun.
WAS ex. ellcnt accommodations for paflen
gers, will fail with all convenient speed, hav
ing the greaieft part of her cargo ready to go
For trcight or paiTage, apply to the mailer
on board, to
PRAGERS & CO.
For Cape Nichola Mole,
The "very fafl faV'tngJhip
George Lowther,Mqfter t
For freight, or paflage apply to
No. 117, north Second street.
Sept. 8 diot
Just Landing, from on board of the ftlip
Sedgley, Captain Hodge, at Cuthbert's
wharf. Apply to
Philips, Cramond, & Co.
Sept. 16 d
Landing at Sims's whart, from the brig
Sally, Capt. Odlin, from St. Domingo,
The House, Stables, & Lot
In Second ftieet, between Spruce and
Union streets, in the occupation of his
Britannic Majesty's Minitter.
26 feet front, and 149 feet deep. For
terms of sale, apply to
Money to be Lent,
On Mortgage of
Within the City and Liberties of Philadel
phia Apply to
Nicholas Diehl, jure.
Attorney at Law.
No. 19, south Fourth Jlreet.
Aug. 4 mw&ftf
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, Wall-street, New-York.
THE Subscriber intending to coriliiichim*
fell entirely to the PURCHASE and
SALE or STOCKS on COMMISSION, begs
leave to off r hisfervices to his (riends and
others, in the line o( a Stock. Broker. Those
who may please to favor him wiih their bull,
ness, may depend upon having it tranfafted
with the uimoft fidelity and dispatch.
Ordentrom Philadelphia, Boston, orany
other part of the United States, will be
llri&ly attended to.
Saturday, September 20, 1794.
About 103,000 lb. of
U G A R,
And for faleby
To be Sold,
The Adjoining Lot,
From on board the Birmingham Packet)
Loekyer, and the H 1 " r and Charles,
Peterjburgb's firft quality
BAR IRON, Swedes, ajjorted
TIN, in plates, do. do.
GENEVA in hhds.
BAGGING, Gertrian assorted
GLASS TUMBLERS, and
Black Quart Bottles,
DEMIJOHNS, Window Glass,
Feathers of superior quality,
MATTS, &c. &c.
FOR. SALE BY
Thomas & John Ketland.
Aug. 26 d
FROM the Subfcritjer, a iei vant Girl,
named Catherine Adams. WUdever will
take up and bring back to her Mailer the
said Girl, ihall receive Twenty Cents le
ward, and no charges.
Principles and Observations
APPLIED TO THE
MANUFACTURE and INSPECTION
Pot and Pearl AJhes.
By DAVID TOWNSEND,
Infpe&or of Pot and Pearl-Afties for the
Published according to Adl of Congress.
Tliefc observations relate to an extensive
business ; and are dSf.jned, in the plainest
manner, to convey profitable information
to those interested in it, who have not leis
ure or opportunity to fcarch for the princi
ples therein contained, in the writings o£
City of Washington.
LOTTERY, No. II
1 A magnificent ? 20,000 Dollars, and
dwelling house, J cash 30,000 are
i ditto 15,000 & Cafo 25,000
i ditto 15,000 & cafii 15,000
1 ditto 10)000 & caih 10,000
1 ditto s,occ & ca(h 5,000
1 ditto 5,000 & ca(h 5,000 10,000
2 ditto S'ooo each, are ip,o< o
10 ditto 1,000 0,000
so ditto 500 jOjCOo
100 ditto 100 10,000
200 ditto 50 fP 10,000
400 ditto 25 10,000
1,000- ditto 2«
<6,739 P" z «
50,000 Tickets at 8 dollars
This Lottery will afford an e.egant speci
men of the private buildings to be ere&td in
the City of Washington—Two beautiful de
signs are already fele &ed for the entire fronts
on two of the public Iquares ; from tliele
drawings, it is proposed to ere£l two centre
and tour corner buildings, as soon as poilible
after this Lottery is fold, and to convey them
when complete, to the fortunate adventurers,
in the manner described in the scheme lor
the Hotel Lottery. A nett dedu&ion of five
per cent, will be made to defray rhe neces
sary ex pence* of printing, &c. and the fui
plus will be made a part oi the fund intended
for the National University, to be ere&cd
within the City of Washington.
$3" The drawing will commence as soon
as the Tickets are fold, dr at all events on
Monday, the 22nd of December next: The
money prises will be payable in thirty days
after it is finifhed, and any prizes for which
fortunate numbers are not produced within
twelve months after the drawing is closed are
to be confideied as given towards the fund
for he University, it being determined to
fettle the whole business in a year from the
ending of the drawing and to take up the
bonds given as Security.
The real fecuritics given for the payment
of the Prizes, are held by the President and
two Dire&ors of the Bank of Columbia, and
are valued at more than half the amount of
the Lottery. The drawing will under
the management of 24 gentltmen approved
by the commiflioners.ior'lhe City of Wash
ington, for ihe time being, and a£ling on
%• Tickets may be had at ihe Bank of
Columbia ; of James Weft & Co. Baltimore;
of Gideon Denifon, Sa»annah j of Peter
Gilman, Boston; of John Hopkins, Rich
mood ; and of Richard Wells, Cooper's fer-
The Medical lectures
in the University of Penufylvania, will
commence the firit Moud yiu November
Revenue Office, Augujl 27, 1794.
NOTICE is hereby given that prcpofal s
wiii be received at the Office of the Com
miflioner of the Revenue Until the end ot
the lourth day of Oftobcr next, to furnifli
by contra# the followihg articles ol
CLOTHING for the use of the army of the
United Slates in the year 1^95.
992 Artillery Hats
992 Anillery Coats
320 Horf.man's Caps
220 Horseman's Coau »
4560 Infantry Hats
4560 Infantry Coats
5872 Stock Clasps
23 488 Shirts
5872 V» fts
11,104 paiis of Woollfcn Overalls
11,104 pans Linen do.
22,208 Pair Shoes.
qIo Pair Leather Breechs
640 Pair Boots— g2o Pair Sburs
. 640 Pa ir Siockings
t1,104 Pair Socks
1520 Rifle Shirts
The Clothing is to be delivered at the
City of Philadelphia, one fourth part of the
whole number of Suits on or before the 15th
day ol February ncxtj one fourth, on or oe
toir the jy.h day of April next, and the re
maining half on or before the 15th day of
The Articles are to be agreeable to such
patterns,as (hall be dire&ed by the Secretary
far the Department of War.
Payment •w ill be made as soon as the whole
of the articles (hall bave been deliveie^.
From tjie Pasture of the Subscriber, the
A Brown Horse,
ABOUT 14 i-2 hands high, trots nim
ble and a<stive, nine years old, has a lump
raift<»i)ya collar on each shoulder; the
hoot of his off hind foot split up to the hair.
—Tweiiiy dollars regard will be given for
the horse and apprehending the thief,or teti
dollars for either, and reasonable charges
will be paid.
A roan of short ftstnre and light colorfd
cloatlis, who said he was from Wrllmore
land in Pennfylyania, and called himfelf
Thomas Moore, left this city on Saturday
evening, and was seen carrying a faddlt
and bridle 011 his back when he left it.
N. Bruniwiok, Sept. 3 *eod2w
Life of Howard.
THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED,
( Price 75 Cents)
At Franklin's Head, No. 41, Chefhut
Life, Travels and Philan
of the late
JOHN HOWARD, Esq. L. L. D.
F. R. S.
Embelliftwd witha striking likeness of that
Citizen of the World.
BY JOHN AIKEN, M. D.
To which is fufojoined an ODE infci ibed to
John Howardj by William Hayley, Elq.
FROM realm to reahu, with cross or
Where er mankind and misery are found>
O'er burning sands, deep waves, or wilds
Great HOWARD journeying seeks the
house qf woe,
Down many a windingJlep to dungeons dank,
herean'gtufh wails aloud, and fetters clank:
To caves bejlrew'd with many a mould'ring
And cells, whose echoes only learn to groan;
—Onward he moves l—Difeaf: and death
And murm'ring demons hate htm, and ad-
TO BE SOLD,
By THOMAS DOBSON,
Payable by law on all Goods, Wares, and
Merchandize imponed into the United
Saates of A.nerica, alter the last day of
June 1794, diftinguifliingthe rutespayable
on thole imported in ffiips or vefieis of the
United States—and 1 the rates payable in fo
reign ships or vessels, including the addi
tional duties, to which the refpcftive arti
cles are liable.
evening of the 30th ult.
O R M R O D,
A VIEW of the
[Whole No. 636.]
WILL be opened THIS DAY the joth
inft. at half past f\ur o'clock, and the ex
hibition will begin pfecifely at a quarter
before fix. On this occasion Mr. Ricketts
forbears particularifiiig his Performances
but allures his Friends and Patrons that lie
will exert his utmost abilities to render the
Entertainment as novel and interelling as
The firft evening will conclude with the
Sailor's Voyage of Fox Hunting,
Copenhagen Tar in a Sack.
Tickets to be had at the Book Stores of
Mr. Bradford, Mr. Rice, Mr. Campbell,
at the Musical Repolitory in Market ftrect
afid at the Circus hear the French minis
Sept. 19 _ at
No. 81, south Water Jireet,
Has now for sale,
Onboard aSwedifhfhip at Huddell's wharf
A Quantity 'of
In hhds. and half hhds.
Beef and Pork, in bbls. and half bbls
Pepper and Pimento;
Russia and Salem Duck,
Slit Whale Bone,
Spermacati Candles, Butter,
Shot, and German Steel, a few tonj,
Fur and Wool Hats,
Dried Fish in hhds.
A quantity Shoes ef various kinds
Pick'd Mackercl and Salmon,
llyion and Souchong Tea,
Mace, & Notir.egs, a few kegs, &
28 bales Prime Flax, & Tow Cloth
A few tons Ginseng and Snake Root,
Fine Salt, and
East India Joints.
OLD AMERICAN COMPANY.
Messrs. H ALL AM and HODGKINSON
refpeftfuliy inform the ptibl c .in g,
their Theatre will open Monday, Kept. 22
when Mrs MELMOTH, formerly of
Drury Lane and Covent and Jaft
from Dublin, frill make her firlt appear
The Houle has been fitted up and deco
rated at a very considerable ejdpence, and
no pains spared to produce such novelty,
both of pieces and per forme rs as may rendt r
the Old American Company worthy a (hare
of that patronage which hitherto it has
been their pride both to possess and merit.
Mons. JJUENET, principal ballet mas
ter fromF aris and Madame GARDIE will
make their appearance a few days alter the
commencement in a new grand Pantomime
—also Mr. and Mrs HARRIOT from tho
Theatre, Edinburgh; Mr. RICHARDS
from Dublin, Mr. NELSON fmm the The
atre, Richmond ; Mr. MUNTO from
Goodman's Fields j and Mr. CARR of the
Antient Concerto, London, who will n.ake
4iis firft entree on any stage in a principal
Applications on Business
withiffmy Agency for fupptying with pro
visions the Militia lately callet; into fervue
-—may be made in this city to Messrs. W1 e
len and Miller, at the corner of Market
and Fourth ftieets.
Agent for the United States in the Proui-
Twenty Dollars Reward.
MY Saddle Mare was stolen from Wye
Millj Talbot County, Maryland, cn ihe
night of the 3°th oi" August lath She is
black, and supposed tote ten or twelve
years old, under fourteen hands high.com
p«& and handfoine, branded with the let
ter'O, 011 the left lhoulde, a hndfome
star on her forehead, a full eye, the
neckcreft fallen, aflat buttock, her fore
foot turns in, and one of them white ; Ihe
racks, trots and canterr, has good fpirirs,
and goes very pieal'antly. If taken up out
of the Hate, I wifl give the above rewaid
of twenty dollars and all reasonable char
ges, if within the state and thirty miles
from Wye Mill, eightdn lars and reason
able charges, and if a (horter diftancein
proportion, to any person who will deliver
her to the Subscriber at the mill.
,Wye Mil!, Talbot C»uiity, Sept. 1
To the Printing Bnfi>ei<. Enquire at tlii>