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Gazette of the United States.
KYI-MIN-.. J'JIV 1
l'iClGiiS OF STOCKS.
l"ait,*ntLPin/., Jun* zj.
8 per Cent Stock for cafii 10; t» roi p. ft
S<\ per Ceo?. rfo. 84 "
Navy do. do. 81 1 1 f
Three per Cent. do. .51
Deterred, - do. 80 ->
B 4NIC Unite I states, do. 30 v
, PcnnfyWani*, do. »7 > o
—— North America, da. 50 j
Infuran«: eomp. N.A.i'ures 9 per cent. Velow
Pcnnfylvama, Jhares, 30 per cent, ad*
East-India Company ©I N. A. 7 per cent advance
Land Warrants, 15 dolU. per ico acr«».
COURSE OF EXCHANGE
Bills on l.on. at 30 days fir cash 171 t » per ct.
Do. do. 60 days do. 170 a. 171 do.
Do. do 90 days do
Bills on Hamburgh at 60 days 33 i-j a 34 ct».
per Mark Banco
D* .- in Amftcrdam, 60 days 39 a 40 cts. per
Aflive preparations are making in all
parts of the United States tor the celebra
tion of the Anniversary of our Indepen
We presume the report of an Express
liaviug parted through this city y?ft-rday is
premature— This diy's Southrrn Mail fur
niflies no account of an arrival from Europe.
A rumour prevailed in town yesterday
(Juneas)faid to be received by letters from
Bilboa, that the Negociation between this
country and France had been broken off;
but s ,qther letters received from the fame
place, and at the fame time, make no men
tion of such an event.
We observe with pain, that a late Lon
don paper records the death of William
Cowpm, El'q. of the Middle Temple, & the
cUlßcal and moral author of poems which
will live, as long as pure sentiments and in
ergetic expression are valued by mankind.
It excites a sensation equally melancholy and
regretful that, while Fat Stupidity, and
Lidlefs indolence, and common place cha
rafters " cumber the ground," the date of
geniup, and worth, and aftive exertion is so
brief atfd transitory. Mr. Cowp«»r died ear
ly, but his works will, be required for late.
Dum juga montis aper, Jluvios dum pifeis
Dumque thymo paicentur eves dum rore ci adx
Semper honoi, nomenquc tuum, Ludcfque ma
To Joseph B. M'Kean.
Query. I. When a man is appointed
Attorney General of the (late of Pennfyl
vaaia, does he on oath declare he will
support the law I
It. Isit confident with his duty as an
attorney-general to advise the good people
to wppofe any tax legally imposed ?
111. Did you or did you not advise a
gcntlemax of this city who is opposed to
' the tax for watering the city, to continue
his opposition, and to refulc fubmiflion to
that law ?
The firfl article in the Aurora of this
morning is entitled, in the fer.fible ami cor
rt;d language of Mr. Duane, an Irish Au
thor, " a lopyofa letter (which might have
been written to a great General, Sic." How,
in the name of Hibernian magic can an ur
•written 1 Iter be copied ? Mr. Duane is cer
tainly re hi ted to lint VirtuOl'o, who wrote
a letter to the lloyal Society, describing an
irnisine hoife lately seeit in the neighbor
hood. 1 it poflihle that the " bald, un
jointed tralh" of this asinine blunderer can
be read, iind that a fellow, who can neither
argue, nor write, fhouldgull a lingle block
head of the Jacobins. But this enlightened
country his its fools as well as Gotham.
The ignorant fcrihhl-r finds many a widgeon
reader. For as Pope sweetly lings,
«' There swims no goose so gray, but soon,
She finds some honefl gander for her mate."
The illiterature and ignorance of the de
mocrats are proverbial. Of their rude lo
gic, giamnar and rhetoric, we have the
mot miserable specimens i'r the Aurora.
Their pure ma.hematics is a foul puddle,
their mix'd mathematics a chaotic ju i ble,
and their arithmetic is unworthy et a tap
ster or an old butter woman, a " nought
and carry one Sir." They a e allowed to
have some /kill in addition and multiplica
tion—•' 3 times 5 is twenty Jive," thai'*
my tvay of reckoning, fays the fifcal Duane,
that prodiginui genius, that George Rose
of our Treasury.
A person careleftly leaning in a box at
the Theatre, was requested by a friend to
be careful of his watch, for a Jacobin au
thor was Handing behind him ! !
Fr ;m the Havatina, 29'b May.
<l Our Market is likely to continue over
docked with (}ry goods; every (lore in the
city is filled ; what the object of merchants
in the United States can he in (hipping, I
know not ; but certain it is that they may
expedt to lose 011 such Ihipments at leart 15
In tlx interval between the -nonth of Ni
v ife. ii, the 9th year, and Frinniie in the
7ti.i year, 1562 new literary works have
bcfn produced at Paris, one third of which
c.onlilt of phylic.il and mathematical trad*,
the reft are made up of 17 Mornl ElT.iys,
(83 Romances, IR3 Dramatic Productions.
the late nufpiciour. ftnptiaU .>£ » hip
py Editor; his piper has b,, n oH'-rvefl t:i
i«* more, thin itfjially fpir'n:. !'s ai)d
A grave philosopher of my s»cqn r.r.taiTC
It'ppofrs that thriie animal fj ..it* which us«!
to fljlh m petulance, a fl .m- i:i airier are
i<>w flowing in a r\etv channel J .
MP . W \YN lE,
GOIMG home, the other evening, I
observed a light in a cellar, a:id a merry fel
low, laughing moll immoderately t a paper
he held i» h 8 hand. What ple.fes you so
much, honed friend ? Soine of my handy
work, said he. What is your tiade ? A
( obler, Sir, both of Shoes and Stanzas.
And what ia your charge for the latter ?
Six pence an hour, and here is a penny
worth at your honour's service. I paid the
price, and fend you the enclofcJ.
Says Tallender to Will Duane
This Bounce is strong, and hrifk, and red ;
Dont fear, cries Will, twont reach shy
'Twas true—and yet it reach'J his head-
By a Gent eman who had IoA hit tvalcb in a
Who'd save liis watch with Jaco's, this
Pocket his watch, and watch his pocket too.
On the report of a m ~rriage between lovely
f\igy and a ntled Jacobin.
Should B with Jasper clank the wed
O let her not her stars too sorely curse
As there s no hope, that he will ere be
From a Public Offie rto the Ed'i o - of the
Lie on—while my re enge flia'l be
To speak the very truth of thee.
To Duane, on his recent p a'lfe of the infa
nt us Ca/lender.
The rogue, you lay, writes weii—you'll
swear il too ;
For while you pawn your word, he'll vouch
for you ;
Thus two fjoor rugues, who find their cre
d t fail
To cheat the world, become each other's
On Callendrr, felling himfelf to th Jacobin .
I wondered not, when L was told,
The R gue his Reputation fold ;
But nil did ve y much admire
How Cullender could find a buyer,
£7 u be ( onlinued J
The Jovial Jasper.* bau the misfortune
fometiroe since to understand that by the
carel'-finefs of a waggoner, a couple of calks
of his favourite liquor were staved to pieces.
The baleful news icaciii d his ears just as he
was humming over a popular foog—
" She[iiictd», I hive loft ir.y leve, havi you seen oy
11l a fit of stbftr»&iofi, oeca finned l.y the gr cf
of parting with Nantz, lie broke out tj the
alloniHied 'prentices in liis office,
Devils, I have loft my Gin—have you ieen my
The Juiej> of each Jacobin, the blifn of Nap
Nevtr (hall 1 ieundiy fnor», until their re
All ru'y di uuk«n joys are o'er
Anl 1 mull m»pi- 'til l nv rning !
Whither is my liquor flown !
Devils tell me whither;
A!., woe is me—the Gin is gone
Forever and lor ever.
'Jasper—the signature unJer which Duane
AH, who has pow'r to fiy,
To-morrow's Sun fliall warmer
And o'er tins gloomy Vale of Woe
Diffule a brighter ray ?
All, who isever sure,
Tho' all that can the Soul delight,
This hour enchants the wond'ring si >ht,
Theft raptures lhall endure 1
Is there in Life's dull roll,
One cirt iin moment of repnfe,
One ray to dillipate our woes—
And bid Hf.flectdn smile ?
We seek Hope's gentle aid,
We think the lovdy Phantom pours.
Her balmy incense on those Elow'rs
Which bloflom but to fade !
We court Love's thrilling dart ;
And when we think our jays fopreme,
We find its raptures but a dream-
Its beon a wounded Heart !
We pant for glitt'ring Fame,
And, when pale F.nvy blots the page,
That might havn charm'd a future age,
We find 'tis but a name 1
We tail for paltry are,
And when we gain tlis gulden prize,
Anc death appears—with aciiijig eyes
We view the useless llore.
How frail is Beauty's bloom !
The dimpled cheek, the fparklmgeye,
Scarce fern before their woiiders fly
To decorate a tomb !
Thru, since this fleeting breath
Is but the zephyr of a d sy,
Let Gonfcipnce m ike tacii mintiti gav,
And brave the Wiat;s of D-*th 1
And let the generous mind
1 With pity view th« erring throng,
, Applaud the right, forgive the wrong,
And feel for all mankind 1 .
For Who, alas ! fha!! !a\',
" To-morrow's Sun shall warmer glow,
" And o'er this gloomy vale of woe,
j " Dilfufe a brighter ray ?"
So tlere's no fear he ever cm be ivorfe.
\ \. ')•. t.n rii cin:- in
CB! mh: Mr. J-frifmi Wa 1 d'cd Aid -
!tis f;.t; i\';r.*r; ia. We took
IVi'.iH- co aS-Jlmi ll« I'>ll rtc «-f Olii
i( ( ;hiV, And luV'i.'. th.»t w:u vtt.ivcil by n
T■Ttl-• .»nrt ciir- ;"l from Ficlvrit'kttwii. Y/r
ti>e jfc• n: ■:; i:. nr.d was ii.forn'.r 1, by
Ivin, Tlut, 1.-i:"T .it Frei!ri-tcltown nil Friday
I ill t»"> t- : ; - ci. inhibition of che place
anii- J hrm the nahbnurhood of
'Mr. j;.Tr. f'ju'i fejt, w.tli ..11 account of hit
loving d:'d in a fucden manner. Our in
t' rii) .nt » Ids, t'iUit tin i)ewg obuii.cd Credit
ai Frt(i-rick-to»n. We hayenut brcn able
l.' .Irani any other iiil'nrniation an the
J ibj -c\.
Gazette Marine Lift,
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.
Arrived at the Fort.
Schr. M;:ria Matilda, SlrurtclifFjHavanna,
Lett it 20.'i Ju.ie—Sugai ; —J. Lemv.
Slup ICenlington, Adams n, of and from
London was left'the 15th May in lat. 45,
13, long .20, 30, by the brig Sally, Hills,
arrived at Bolton.
Bru Elliot, Beaver, from hence, has arrived
at the Hav\nn* 4
Schr. Range, Dove, from hence, has ar
rived at Havanna, in 27 days-
Ship Juno, from Bolton, and a schooner
from M.irblehead, both bound to Bilooa are
taken by the Biitilh frigate Cleopatra, and
sent for Halifax.
Brig Florida, Long, from S:. Kitts has
arrived at the Fort.
Schr. Jane, Toby, from hence, has arriv
ed at the Havanna.
SCr* LETT ER-B AGS
Up at the Goffee-Houfe Bar, and to be
taken away about the 4th July.
Ship Aelive, M'Dougal, for London
I.ancui, Roper, Liverpool,
Cs* The Letter-bag of the (hip America,
Swain, for London, will be taken from the
CofFee-Houfe on Sa day July 6,
NEW-YORK, June 30.
AR RIVED, days
Ship Charleston, Church, Cork and
Brig Pallia, Noith.
Eagle, Gallon, New Providence 8
Schr. Unity M Lata. Havar.ua 17
Brig Narcy, Cox, St. Lucia
Da >'d and George. Abeel, Madeira
Sally, Nichols, Teneriffe
Schr. Betsey Kelly, Halifax
Sloop Humbird, Miles, Jamaica
Minerva, Bett, Curracoa
Br g Endeavour, Darnctt. arrived at St.
C/vsix from this port in thirty-fix days.
Sloop Charlotte, Starr, from this port,
arrived at Antigua in thirly-eight days.
Schr. >• eftor, Thrasher from Charles
ton to l.agu.'ra, is captured and sent into
Captain Siurges, from Connecticut, is
captured and carried into Guadalou *e.
Sll ip General Mercer, has arrived fafe at
Sloop Sally Maria, Sells, for Antigua,
is taken by the French.
The ftn'p Otarlefton, Church, from Li
verpool, lad from Cork, in 62 days. June
11, in lat. 26, long- 60, fp.ke the fchco
ner Hibernia, from Baltimore. June 13,
in lat. 26, lc)ng. 60, spoke the brig Eliza
beth Jones, from Phil idalphia to Marti
nique. June 20, in lat. 34, 24, long. 65,
was boarded by the Englirtj sloop of war
Pheaf'ant, from Bermuda t» Halifax.
The (row Pallas, Captain Wright, (52
paflengers ) June 14. in lat. 40, long. 56,
spoke the schooner Fly. Farmer, from St.
Sebnftians to New York ; had loft his b w
fprit. June 19, in latitude 30, longti
tue 64, spoke the (hip America, from
Portsmouth, to Trinidad—out two dsys.
On Saturday eveningjuft as the violent
guff was coming on. a Seaman was taken
up in the Kail-River. He was swimming
from the Britilh Packet with his shirt and
truwfers on, and had 150 dollars tied round
his mi die in a handkerchief. He gave the
men two dollars for landing him, and took
BOSTON, June 54.
" Plymnth, Ju te t2, 800.
" Mr. B Russkll—'Sib,
" Arrived here this day, Ichr. Sally, capt.
S. Robbins, 9 d"ys from Charleftbn. On
the 6th, spoke the afmed ship Plymouth,
Bartlett, of Plymouth, from Cadia, all well.
No ne\ys. The next d-iy boarded a wreck
top-fail fchr. ftript her of fiiU, -iggina;, se
veral crates of Liverpool wire, and sundry
other articles, but by nothing could disco
ver where flie belonged, but supposed to
Boston—think she went down in the course
of a few hours. lam, yours, &c, J. G.
The crews of sixty.eight vefTels, arre ill
the prison of B i/Taterre, Guadaloupe. And
yet it is said by the Jacobins, tint Buona
parte's new agent has arrived at that nest of
At Amsterdam, April 8, Borton Packet,
Strong', of Boflon, just arrived ; Little
Mary, Gizncau, cf da.
CHARLEvSTON, Juoe 13.
Ship Cumberland, Waite, ' Liverpool' 49
Rofario, Harrifon, Naffaa 12
Brig Peggy and Belfey, Mandaole, N.
The Rofario ltft New-Providence on the
2d inft. under convoy for London ; but
having sprung a leak oa the 6th, (he bore
away for this port.
BALTIMORE, June 26.
Arrived, brig Milford, Waters, Port-
Republiran. Captain Waters left at Port-
Republican the schooner Nimrod, captain
Hamilton, of this port, to fail soon with
two or three other veflets—names|not recol
lected. Spoke febr, captain
Goodbridge, 011 the 20th instant, bound to
Port-Republican ; All well.
Ship Mary, Thompson, Port Republican
Schr. Scorpion, Sorenfon, do.
Automaton, Johns, Cipe Francois
Polly, Beaty. St. Thoma s
Speculator, Price, St. J ago de Cuba
Antelope, Hooper, St. Thomas and
£3* The Members of the Stand
ing Committee of the Pennsylvania Society
of the Cincinnati, are requeued to meet at
Hardy's tavern, N<i. 98, Market-street, on
'I hurfday the 3d July, at bait pad 7 o'clock
in the evening.
!i!°°p Jenii«tr. Swift,
SALEM, June 24.
Arrived, febr, Lively, Smith, from Bal
S AVANNAH, June t 3 .
Arrived Brig Dean, Akerly, New-York,
todays Schooner Triton, Norton, Boston
21 days Sloop Harmony, Prows, Ports
mouth, (N. H ) 14 days*
Th? (hip Eagle, Walker, and brig
William, Johnfton, have arrived at Giveo
och from this port.
NASSAU, (N. P.) June 13.
S'n'p Manchrfter, Atkinfon, Liverpool
Agnes, Webb do.
Brig Providence, Hubble, Newfield
Polly, Bethell, Wilmington
Eagle, Gorton, Charleston
Scfrr. Augusta, Collins, North Carolina
Betsey, Davies Boflon
Sally, Obez Norfolk
Two brothers, Dryburgh, Charleston
' Thomas Tinbals, Carolina
Sally, Oben, C.iicos
Rebecca & Polly, Hubble, Maryland
Jupiter, Somarindike, New-Yerk
Fanny, Winflow, Philadelphia
Betsey, Pclton, Middlfton
Polly, Tait, New-York
Sloop Ann, Hollowell, George-Town
Admiral I)unc*iJ, Boyrr, New-York
Sally, Honfton, Philadelphia
Penelope, Wood, Martinique
Brig Guardian Angel, M-Kre New-York
Schr. Friendlhip, Bn-wfler, Savannah
Rebecca, l-Jubble, Baltimore
'1 wo Brothers, Dryburgh Charleston
Quaker, Lovett, Annapolis
Mary Ann, Pinder, do.
L ; . >.rty, Crelles, Baltimore
Polly, Mitchell, do.
Sally, Bourdmart, N. Carolina
Molly, Leuden, Boston
Republic, Marlh, New-Yoik
Betty, A liny, Rhode Island
Sally, Anthony, Norfolk
Friendlhip, Burrow, New-York
IVtfey, Pclton, Newar.k
Sloop Silly, Miner, • do.
Fox, BlilTct, Norfolk
Penelope, Wood, Sivanna
Betsey, Udall, New-York
St. Jaqo I)e La Very, May 24.
Arrived at Port-Royal.
Ship Dai-se. Spence, Savannah
Gr. nd Turks, Taber, do.
Prudence, Sawyer, N. Carolina
Brig Gharlefton Packet, Rice, Norfolk
Schr. Jane, Ltwis Main
Industry, Monk, ' New-Orleans
Mary Ann, Dalton, Norfolk
Pennsylvania Society of the Cin
jdr" THE Members are hereby notified
that the Annual meeting of the Society,
will be held in the State House in Phila
delphia, on the 4th day of July next, at
to o'clock in the forenoon.
Members belonging to other state Socie
ties who may be in the city on that day, Sre
invited to attend the meeting, and to favour
the Society with their company at an en
tertainment, which will be given at the
City Tavern, in celebration of American
Independence- Dinner to be In table at
half pad 3 o'clock.
M, M'CONNELL A. Sec'ry.
Philadelphia, I.rt July, 1800.
LETTERS f'r the Brittfh k'acktt I,ady
Hotsirt, so' Falmoutb, England, wfcich was al
v ircifed to fail nth ultimo, will b» received at
this office, until Fridiy the 4th iuftant, at il
N.B. The inland postage to New York mud
lie paid " ■
Bank of North-America,
JuLy I, 1 800.
A T a Meeting of the Direitors this Jay, a
L\ dividend pt Five r*» Cint. wji declared
for the lad half year, which will be paid to the
Stockholders or their reprcfentatives a y time
after the 10th inft.
By Order of the Board,
H. DRINKER, Jun. Cafiiier.
J*ly 1- <ino_
Baltimore and New York Mail
IS removed frcm Mo. rj South Fourth f.foet, to
No. 18 South Third Vrecr
An Office for those flakes is also kept at mr.
Hardy's Jnn, No. 98 Market ft.-oet.
o«nrrs>Pcft Office, April sB.
Philadelphia ; Permanent Bridge!
New-York WWDBOD of 8 per centum per ar.m„» *
_ r J, X carejjjr tHd Vitfidcnt and Dired-.-i of tfia
Company f„ r irec!i:.ga ci-umik LVid.-'t ov :
the River Shuylkill, at or near the city ot Phila
delphia, on the amounts paid in «n eh- tft <) = y of
April last, (thetime when the fuVt-ijitions tothe
floe!: of the fiid comply werj Cfcmyleated and to
be from thence computed) payable to the stotk
holders ®r their legal representative? after the lotli,
day of the Frcfent month, out of the profits ari-
Cng from the Floating Bridge Ferry and Tavern,
at the W estend of High Street, fin application to
the Treafurrr, No. .Church Alley
WILLIAM BANKS, Secretary.
J u '/ tuthsiiH
In the Jhip Mary Am, Fra cts Stewart,
mnjler, from Hamlurgh, now landing,
AND FOR SALE By
N«. tyjfv llnEti ' "
C ASSBRILLOSfcr white r»l!i Hi iVijiraV
Bmioi, t ,■ •
DeciWen, tat nd eoto-so*, •
f ilk Cifd iad My itllkit, ... ti
OitCi pcarli nd ball <»r ptckUca of dl trjWri
•od (in, j
B!»cV tad whit* edging* ud ltc**, , •- "V•'
CoficeniUli, Qudk, sad *.,■»,* . 1
JJtßout Bufccsua Window Olifr, 7 f , t tO,'
9 fl, 10 Jt, i» 14. ('» »6. 1* IJ,,»V
iB, 16 to, 18 14, «a >4, to 16, 14
31. • ' ' ' v - . ' "* ■-
Also, via New-York,
6'C-f:9 white rolls,
6 do. Creas ata Moriaix,
3 do. Covtils.
On hand, which will ho foid reafonaMe to clofa
■ falc«, ' ......
• arwQMiinof ito fathom e*di f-ftiDtwcfc.' '
J«Jr * ... "»4sf jw "
A PRINTING PRESS complete,
Old Lonp Pri-. er,
Small Pica on vis- body (rew and (Id)
Eiulifh, (tw> small founts J
16 Line Pica, &c
Sundry Framr«, and a great vacifty of OR'ce
Irnr, work of a pr nting press,
Spr They will 'e r old rh?ap (orcafh—Apply
at the office of the Oszette of the United
In pipes isf qr. casks,
Landing from on board tie jcliooner John
and William, at Chefnt-it Rreet wharf,
AND FOR SALE BY
JO SUP II ANTHONY V Co.
A commodious Score and Celkr,
Well feituated for any Hid of bufinefi.
An elegant bright Bay
Five years old, warrants found.
Likewise, a BAY MARE, 7 years cIJ,
and hand high ; is gentle, and travels
Enquire at No. 3,fouth Front ft'reet.
June 17 mwf 3t
TO DISTILLE RS~
And Owners of Stills.
WHEREAS by an afl of Congress, pal Ted
the Bth day of May '79t. .entitled,
I " An aiS concerning the dutiss on fpirite distil
led within the United States," it is required < f
all persons having or keeping a Aill, or ftilli,
to make entry thereof, between the lall day
of May and the firft day of July in each year,
under the penalty of tsvu hundred and tiny
NOTICE is therefore hereby given to all
distillers, er owners of stills, within the city
and county of Philadelphia, to make entry ft'
them at the office of Infp«flion, 1149, North
Third-flreet, in the city of Philadelphia, wit!--
in the abovementioned periods.
JAMES ASH, CoLLFCToa
of the revenue of the first divisi n of tie
first survey of the district of Pennsylvania.
June 6, ftf
To the Inhabitants of the 3d Col
Comprehended by the EaO and Weft Northern
Liberties, and the township of Btockiey in
fuft division, ftj'e of I'ennfylvinia.
YOU are hereby noticed, that the tax
which has Veen afTcflecl dwelling hou!e<,
lands and (laves w thin tlm diftrift, hy rirt'te
of an ad) of Corgrei's patTed the 14th of July,
17,8, entitled " an afl ti> lay "and c< lieft a <?i
reftVtax," becomes due and payable on the
11th day of Julv mxt, arld'that I will attend
my houfr. *»» «---«*
receive the ftme, fnut an 1 site' the 11th ci y
of Ju'v to the flrlt day 06 Anj uft next, m
io o'clock in tite mer-ing tii. 6 in the after
noon, excep' Monday he t.tft Frid y the
, s th, when, for the preater convent-nee of the
inhabitants in the townft.ip t i' lt ckl y, I will
aiteiifi tSc houf'* of Mr. v, )l! am 1% Mac's, t
the Crols Reads, of -a hi. li all perlonsc n e.n
ed ire to take not et ;thai < n de' u t the
rleltnq*e'M,s :«»<ve lately b<* pr -• e - "
asrainft as'he law dtr <sls, fubje • thetr
felves to ir. ad:liti-nal expence o» <Msr!»t <■>??
i-enrum on their resf eflv e taxes sn c >ll f
nrofcc\ui< n. , , _. r ,
' In C'-«V rrtiity £0 the 6th. kflian ' f «! r-a *
afi relaid. a full and correct r.rpv 1 f the 1 x
lift retrains at the office of John Browne. No.
368. north Fro.'t flrect. Northern
the futvjtvorof th> reAnw for th: "
ment diftrfl, • V>s t».ih» ii/pcd'-" - f P-'*
Ml. inclined to mfpefl
Crlltilor « f the jd rolleflion d'lli'.il.
Northern L bet ties, June »3 w : A
oppofit® Chrilt Chur.-h.
* V .