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December 1 1799.
From July I —'to 8.
Of the Ship Criterion, B Wicket, ten. com»
■. mamier, from Bengal*, . * n •
*. "cOV.jf.9V/*C 'OF
A Apmplete assortment of
SUGAKS of the firtt quality,
BLACK PEPPER do.
VOX SALS BY
No. n, Penn-ftrert,
Tbis Day Published,
By J. Ormh .1). No. 41, Chefnut Street,
(Pritr ig Cent»)
Death of General IVaJhington.
In imitation of tht manner of Oflhn.
By S.ew. B. Linn, A. M.
Mm-fter of the Firlt Prefbytcrian Coogreg-itioo
Mr. Chaudrnn't Oratian will be publiihed
on Monday morning. «
M»rch ;; a.
J fjf A A t X'. 4 i V i!> ii,
Prom the DOSTf-tN Manufactory,
A QUANtlfr 0/
Of different sizes,
FOK SALE .
Br ISAAC I-lAKVEY, ]»n.
N. B. ry fixe or fizcs that maybe wanted cgi
larc,r> than 18 by 1a can be had from (aid minot«fv>-
»y. O" n g ordered: m-1 attention given tolorward
on anv or+erathat may be left for that purpose
Apply at No. 9, South Waicr-AKct, ai above.
July H dtf
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Gen, Kidgely of Balti
more, on the aoth inft a coloured
negro -an, who calls himfclf WILLIAM
_Mc. DONALD ; Hr it abi ut 24 years of age,
about 5 feet Binchrshigh, mat in hisdiefs, and
has a good fait of hair. H»d on, whed he
went away, a good beaver hat, a Ih .rt light
green cl >th coat, edged with -.ellowj aod yel
low gilt hutftas —a light buff caflimer, double
breaiied waiftcnat, a pair of dark olive colour
ed thickfett pantaloons—a white linen shirt,
white ribhed cotton dockings, and a good pair
of thoes with tt-ings He took with him a
dark blue eoat, a pair of oKve caffimcr panta
loons, and a light corduroy pair of breeches ;
alf a g>-H or pinchbeck watch, with a ltecl
chain. He is (' nd of fpiritous liquors, is inso
lent, has a Cupid look, and chews tobacco.—
He was bred in Charles county, Maryland, and
purchased of col. John Thomas by gen. Kidge
ley. Whoever apprehends said negro, and lo
cates him iff any jail so that the ownfcr may
g#t him agaip, (hall receive the above rewsrd,
with reaf-nable charges if brought home, or de
livered to Jofhu 1 B. Bond, Philadelphia,
may t dtf
Was Taken Dp,
ADRIFT, on the 13th inrt. a small
two-fail Boat, about io fret long,
with a white bottom, two yellow streaks oh
her bends, and painted red inside. Thfc
owner may have it again by applying at No.
41 South Front street, and paying charges.
' June iS f wthfajt
PETITIONS AND BONDS,
USED under the BANKRUPT ACT,as drawn
and approved by the Commiffioncrs and the
Hon. Judge *f the Diftri.il, may be had of
. JAMES HUMPHREYS,
No. 106. south fide of Market-street,
Where I e has opened sos sale,
A VARIETY OF THK
Particularly Paper and Quills.
June 14 ( . 9 w&s
OF abilities, integrit- and experience in
mercantile bufinefj, would willingly ert
gige as CLERK to a merchant or puhlic ef
fi.e, or be concerned with any person as part
ner, as he has an intercft of about onethouland
pounds in real estate in the city. Please to ap
ply to the Printer ; rr a lire left at the office
for B Y.,will be attended to immediately.
Mayio ' m&th tf
Gazette of th&United States,
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4 37 7 »3
4 37 7 *3
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A Valuable and singularly eligible
V Vv " ESTATE,
of two handsome dwelling
boufcs, with excelltpt ltabling for seven horses,
double ci ach-houfe mod completely fitted up; a
beautiful large and valuable garden richly filled
with choice fruit, surrounded with high board
fence, almost new. lhe premil'et are beautifully
fi'uated near the middle of Germantown, sur
rounded with riefck profp«6U of the adjicent
country ; an orchard of about two acres, with a
handsome lawn at the back of the house.
One house has been recently huilt on an appro
ved plan the other hat been completely repaired,
painted and papered, and contain ten rooms with
an elegant drawing-room, fifteen feet by thirty
The new house is well calculated for a store in
either the dry or wet good line.
Th« air and water are unrivalltd, and there are
some moil excellent schools in the neighborhood.
For particulars enquire of the Printer, or of
May 9. ' dtf
Landing from the. sbip Amiricq, JValte.
Sims, Coinmander, from Canloh,
ANV FOJi SALE Br
NICKLIN, GRIFFITH & Co.
Souchong, ifi & tnd quality,
Hyf n, jft & ad quality,
ow & white nankeens ")
Li.tr firings, b:ack & tolo.-'d (In BoX&
Sinfhawt do. f a fl\,ted,
Lu'pfti iiigs, n.az. blue k dark grtcn") ,
Sit (haws d-> ( * n
Persian taff-tai, dark green j oxei
tie lute arrivals from Europe, We.
1 Infma! pack
Striped an.l checked gingham i aflVted.
White figured & ctlor'd Muf- | calculated foi
linens the Weft-ln
White corded dimities | dia market I
Color d Alk, fttiped Nankeens | entitled to
14 Trunks printed Calicoes,
.1 Bale# feme twine (Er,titled tt
o Casts English Ch
. inpii. _..ini wart
in tea letts
i Caflri mineral black,
x do. white,
o dr>. colcother,
3 Calks purple brown, Bk
5 do. nails afl" rl«d,
9 do. London porter in botifet
ine'ilh fail canva», No. i, i & 3,
17 Boxes white Havanna sugar,
Ig Pipes old Madeira wir e, gg
Empty wine bottlc9,
2D Guns, 6 pi n .tier*,
u do. 9 do.
18 do. 9do with carriages, Ac.
»Bo,ccclbs. Cerihon coffse, ift
jojocotbs black pepper
10 L"gs ebor y J
ALL perfoiw who have any deminds against
the estate of WILLIAM FISHER, are desired
to bring in their accounts to the subscriber, in
order that they may be discharged ; and all
persons who are indebted to said eilate by con
rrafl, bond, bill, book debt, for rent or other
wile, are required to discharge the fame,'other
wife they may expeift to be proceeded jgiinft
according to law.
AdminiCrator to the estate of William Fisher
June v im
LOST, OR MISLAID,
A CERTIFICATE of four Shares of the
Bank of the United States in the name of
Bicihsm * Rerfe, No 159;, f®r the renewal
of which application is intended to be made at
the fa J Bank, and ail persons concerned arc de
sired to take notice.
May 8. djm
PHIL A DEI PHI Ay WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY a> ,800.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
! AWAY from the on the
: « v morning of Saturday the 19th intlant, a mu
latto Servant Man, named Wilks, but commonly
called John, he i« a!>out 13 years old, 5 feet 8
inch** fcigh, (lender and knurked kneed; he in a
dark mafatto, has thick hufty hair, which he
commonly wears plaited arid turned up Ihott be
hiod; his face it thin, hut appears more so from
having large whisker's; h« had on when he went
away, a round hat about half worn, white muffin
cravat, a brown feeood hand coat with- falhiona
bl? metal buttons, a bhek silk waistcoat, with a
white one underneath, [ anealoons of a greyift
cloth with buttons at the ancles, striped cotton
stockings and (hoes He may have change 1 these
clothes, but It is not likely, as he has left all his
others behind him. lam t#ld a servant of General
Rirtgely s, with wheal he was intimate raa-away
or. Sunday morning ; it 11 not improbable hut tkey
are together. Wllksisfrom Chcfler-town on tfre
ea&ern ihore of this state, where he lived with a
mr. Jeremiah Nichols whofold him to me. I have
good reaf.in to believe he has gone to Philadelphia.
The above reward will be given to any person
who may lodge him in jail at that or any other
place, and give me or mr Jofcph S- Lewis of Phi
ladelphia notice of the fame.
He u an et«llent house r<rruit, ind if in Phi-
U4klptiii will probably ,offer himfatf to hire in tbtt
Baltimore, April l»—(ij)
by C. P. Wayne, No. 65, South Front-flreet.
April zi, i8o».
TJ JBLJC NOTICE is hereby*given, in par
-*■ fuance of the afl of Congress, passed on
' day "f March, on« th«ufand eight
" n^- rc( |> intituled " An adl in addition to an
aft, intituled, an idl regulating the grants of
land appropriated for military services, and for
the Society of the United Brethren for propa
gating the Gospel among the Heathen," as fol
ift. All the fradlional parts of th* quarter
townships adjoining to the Indian boundary line
i»f the tract of land referred to in fiid id) t
except the fraftiona! quarter townlhips num
ber four in taumfhip number seven of range
number twenty : Also, all the fraflional parts
of the quarter townships adjoining to the river
Scioto, except the quarter town (hips number
one four, in township number one of range
number nineteen ; the quarter township* num
ber tzve and three »-f township number three,
in range number ainetttn; and the quarter
townships number me and four ia township
of range number twenty ; toge
th*r with the fifty quarter townlhips hereafter
defer (bed, are reserved to be located, for the
original holders of warrants granted for mili
tary fervlces, or their heirs, in lot* of one hun
dred acres, uurfuant to the a<S above recited.
ad. The following is a description of the fifty
quarrer townships referred to in the preceding
article and which were designated by lot in th*
prcfenae of the SecreUry «f War, pursuant to
the ait above recited •
' 591 " ' '* I I S?l ? I"?
? I ? II? m ? ?
>3 a a S c? i >-3
1 ? £. s * " o> a 3 S*
J: § 5- 3 f 5- I
> ? > a •£• 5
7~r~ — r ■ .•. i v
>362 1 i io i a
Ba6 a 3 4
84 7 3 81
10 1 8 a it 6 1
aa3 83 $ 1
3 4 7 4 2,13 8 4
S 1 "6 j 15 1 3
5 3 7 2 2 a
3 1 « 8 a 1 73
' 7 ' 23 7 4
7 2 4 3 ,(, 2 4
84 51 34
4 4 3 7 3 61
10 13 9 3 7 a
5 3 3 9 > * 3 7 4
7 ' 7 4 17 7 4
9 3 9 4
3d All the lands in ejefc of the above fifty
quaitTtownlhipa, and in the fractional pjrts
*f quarter tewufhips before deferred, hare
been divided Upon the plats ihertr.f,
3» returned by the Surveyor Gcnfcrai,'into at
many lots of one hundred acres each, as the
quantity such quarter tc*-r.(hip or fra&ion is
lt'ited to contain will admit, tn the manner
pointetjf out »nd requirid by the above recited
4th. The plats divided 35 aforefiid irrto jots
of one hundred acres, are d'pofited in the of
fice of the RfgiQcr of the Tre*fury whete the
jocations are to be rrade ; and upsn furrender
mp the warrants wliidi fliall be thus located,
pale&ts will be iflued in the ma> iter and upon
•ht conditions prescribed by law.
Given nndir my band at Philadel
phia the dav and year above
Secretin' "f:b Treasury,
* 1!W 3m.
Such Of the Judgement Creditor 5
Hon. JAMES WILSON,
AS ere included in the aflignment made by
him to 1 h<>ma3 Filzpm ns, Bt-njtmin R.
Morgan and Jeremiah Parker, Esquires, on
th* tuentv-feventh day of January and the
twenty.filth day of April 1797, and mean to
rely on the fame for ftcuring their debts, ijt
hereby notified that we the subscribers, by
virtue i'f the authority given to us by a gene
ral meeting of the said creditors on the 23d
day i f March lafl, do require a contribution
of seven and a half per cent, on the amount of
their several demands from each of the said
creditors, in order to reimbiirle the monies al
ready advanced for taxes, to pay those now
due, and abuut to become due, to defray oth(r
incidental cxper.ces, and procure a fui'able
agent to dispose of t l e lands to the best advan
tage Any of the said creditors negle&ing to
pay the fame to George Thnmfon, No. 131,
Mark«t-ftreet, Philadelphia, on or before the
fifth .lay r.f July next, will be excluded from
any (hare of the moniesarilin?; from the faleof
the lands mentioned in the said afligßment.
Samuel Al. Fox. ~) Truflees on behalf
William Chancellor, of the
George Thomson, J aforefaid Creditors.
May ».j. mwth&stjjy
WITH an excellent Orchard, Barn, Pump,
See. &c. The vhole containing 17 acres,
situate on the Wilahicon road, between the
third and fourth mile stone—May be purchased
on r«si'onable term*. —Two thirds of rhe pur
chafc mfnty may remain (secured on the pre
mifcs and on intercft) during three years.
Enqtiir# of BONSAL & SHOEMAKER,
No. 1241 S: uth F.mrth-Areet, the Sub
scriber, at Mount-Pleasant, adjoining the
premises, or at No 45, Walnnt-ftreet.
June 13. mwf tf.
FOR a three quarter Share of Bank Stock of the
United States, No. 3818 in the name of John
Holmes, Jun. has been lost or miflayei! and for the
Renewal of which application has been made at
said Bank, of which all concerned are desired to
take notick. -
* PBTSR TRBOEKT.
May 19. djm.
OF TH / r.'ATF.
Horse and Gig
The Horle young, and the Gig as good as
new. Appl} to the Editor.
N B. NEW WATCHES will be taken in
payment at a fair wholefate price.
English Fashionable Hats.
T. B. FREEMAN,
NO. 136, MARKET-SI REETy
HAS juLi opened a few Cases of Gentlemen' B
fine London HATS, suitable for the prefen'
season, which h« it now felling on reasonable
June 17. tath&stw
Clock isf Watch Maker,
To No. 36, Market Street,
Where he has for Sale,
Spring and other Clocks ; gold and silver
Watches; Tools, Files and Materials ; fleel
and gilt Chains, Seals and Keys ; Springs,
CLOCKS AND WATCHES
Repaired as nfual.
3 - tu&.f tf
AVtt ton SAL* BT TH* i&BSCRIBIM,
Of the Ship Caktok,
Richard Dale, Commander, from Canton,
Hyson Skin j> TEAS,
Young Hyson |
and Hyson. J
Sow 1 NANKEENS.
Sugar of ifl quality
An a (Tort men t of Silks.
WILLINGS tk FRANCIS,
No. 2i, Penn Street.
April 14. d.
VALUABLE REAL EST AYE.
About 25 acrei if Land,
LAYING on the east fide oI the Falls Road.—
On the East it it bounded by property Belong
ing to Mr. Teu-ch Francis, fen.—on the iouth,! y
a road of two perches, ai.d on the north by a lane,
which feparate6 it from Mr. M'Call. It is propo
sed to divide this land into 3 equal pant in order
to suit the purchasers.
Also, 31 acres, fituatrd on the weft fide of
Germantown road, adjoining Maflers's efwte,
keing part of th» property of the lite Samuel
For terms apply to Samuel Mifflin, corner of
Market and 11th (Ireets.
[amiary 14. <j,f.
LOST or mislaid Moore Whartons note, dated
18th May last, payable in sixty days to Jacob
Downing, and hy him indors'd for three hundred
eighty eight dollars and seventy thret cents—pay
ment being ftop'd at the several Banks, it can be
no use, but to the owner—Any person having
found the fjm«, shall receive a fuirable reward, by
leaving it at No. 119 North Water Street.
June 17 dtf
Clerk want?d for Saint Peters Chureh
Apply to Th«mas Cumpfton.
No. 24 South Third-Street,
ON the ift of July next, tfte Mail Stages
will leave Hardy's Inn and the United
States Mail Stage office, opposite the Poft-office
in Philadelphia, every day Sunday excepted, at
8 A, M. and arri*e at Evans' tavern in Balti
more, the next day by 6 A. M. in »i hosrs.
Leave Evans' tavern every day at 2 A. M. and
arrive at Walhington City by ? P. M.
Leave Washington City every day Sunday ex
ctrpted, at 8 A M. and arrive at Baltimore by
SP. M. Leave Baltimora the next morning at
3 A. M. and arrive at Philadelphia the fame
day by 10 P. M.
Fare for Passengers.
Prom Philadelphia to Baltimore, 8 dollars.
Baltimore so Waihingtor. City, 3 50
Wajhington City, Junett, 1800.
June »6, 1800, diw
FOR SAI E,
OLD Lbng Primer,
Small Pica on Pica Body,
Englilh, Chafes, Composing Sticks, and a great
varitty of articles neceflary to carry on the Print,
ing Business. They will be fold cheap tor cash
Apply to the Printer,
Apply at the Office of tKe Gazette
tb« United State*,
AN A'V.\Y from the fubferiber, on the rßth
XV of jHnein* TWO NKGRO SERVANTS
*l2 a negro woman named Fat, a washer-wo
man and cook, of about fifty ewe years of age—
tall and Well lhaped, of a black complexion. She
has bad teeth, those of her under jaw are much
discoloured and proved a *ood deal." She hs>
full head of wooly hair—a very croft forbidding
countenance, is very impertinent, and 1 ughs and
talks leud Pit was born in South Carolina, and
speak« bad Erg',iflj, with the pegro dialed. She
has on the upper ;'art of her Ireaft, two'pretty
large lumps of flefh reftmMing Wes. or rather
with the appearance of the marks of aburn. She
carried away with her several change-os doaths,
and gowns ol white uflin, and > f coloured and
figured printed cottons faftiicnably made up, - She
also carried away with her,
CLARA her daughter—a very flout, robust,
strong made girl, »of a short ffature, and round
fcouldcred— arpearing to ha about 14 years of
age. Clara has large flaring eys>, a flat tiofe, an
oval flat face, her under jaw prr jefling a little,
and good teeth. She is very artlul and impu
dent, has a great fluency of speech, uses good lari
guage,indhas been taught to read.—She I as the
appearance of ringworms on her left cheek and
chin ; thefkin in spots appearing much paler than
the reft of her complexion, which is much lighter
than her moth r'*-- e'r hair is short and wooly:
She wore a pink grounded printed .cotton with a
small black figure, with new lore parts.
Alio ran away, on Wednefd.y nth inft.
June, DICK and »&MELM, Dick, or as he has
lately called himfelf, Richard Weavir, is a house*
servant, —he is about $ feet 7 inches high, rather
small made, is about a? year* old, of a g.iod
smooth, black complexion—has aflat nose.with
very large open notlrils He,carried his head
and neck at if he were ftiffin the neck and shoul
ders, which are high and tolerably square, and hii
neck (hort—his Igs are straight but small and
illy maie, with scarce ar.y calf. He has ha; bad
teeth, is left banded, and exc»edingly awkwardi
he lias a full head of wooly hair, which he phits
and dresses to the best advantage. His voi<-e it
small, bisfpeech commoly mild and flow, and his
maimer* appear extremely Ample, bur he i< at
bottom an artful knave, and when spoken to is
very apt <0 b pnflionatt and impertient. Dck
is a native of South-Carolina, and speaks bad
English—he seduced and carried awajj with him
Amelia; who he called his wife.
Amelia is a very complete, well inftruifled la
dies maid, much below the common flature and
of a small make—her complexion is that of . dark
mulatto or meflizoe, nearly resembling that of the
Lafca oi India, with Mack curling hair, and a
very low forehead—her right eye has a great
wesknefs, owing to the small pox in her infancy—
uader her eye. very black—a flat face, flat broad
nose, with fcarcc aryrifmg at the f ridge; a large
mouth, with thick lip,, and good llrong teeth.
On the nafe of Ktr neck she has the marks of a
Setoh Drifiis wi.h tafle, and imitates the French
I Hyle; is Very fenfiMe, and MprtlTes herfelfwell,.
i She took wilh hr a variety 01 clothes, fafbioy
ably m*de—fheha«ior more than twi year> pall
beeir liable to fits, which at tim s give her a wild
t ess in her 1 yes—her health is generally delicate—
fhe it at prcfent likely to encre.fe her Jaixfly, atid is
about 11 years of age— she can Orel's hair, clear
flarch, fcas a taflefor millinary and mamua ma
j king; and as she is very ing li< u«, ea turn her
hand to any thing and may probably offer herfelf
to some milliner or mamua maker as a work
woman. As rtmelia has heretofore been a great
favourite of a very indulgent miftrels and 'tis
beiitved ha- been led away by the perfuafirn of
her paramour Oick, if she will return to m», she
will be forgiven and treated with the fame ten«
dtrnel- she has always received
FIFTY DOLLARS Reward for each will be
paid foi; the delivery of Pat and Clara to Ihe
fubferiber, or to any goal iti the United States so
that 1 mry get posT ffion of them—One Hundred
Dollars each for Dick and Amelia, on the like
delivery. The fubferiber warns all mailer
of vefirls, from taking these Runaway servants
from the United States, and requests such
of his friends and acquaintance as it may not suit
to arrest them, to give information, fh.iuld they
hear of either of the fugitives, to the fubferiber
by letter dire&ed to the post ofifte, Philadelphia,
which will find him, wherever he may pass the
summer, or to the Printer of the Gazette »f the
United States, who will communicate it to a
riend in Philadelphia to aft en his behalf.
Of South-Carolina, corner of Fourth and
HIS Swediih Majesty's Consul General, and au
thorized to tranf»<9 the Consular BuO.iefs,
fqr his Majefly the King of Denmaak ill the United
Statei of America, redding at Philadelphia,
Hereby gives public Notice,
That in obedience to recent intrusions received
from his government, it is the duty of all M afters
of Swediih and Daniih vessels, before their failing .
from any port in the said States, to call upor him
or the Vice Conl'ul in ora'cr to he granted such
Certificates for their Cargoes, which the exigency
of the Hate of the Neutral Commerce *nt4 the se
veral Decrees of the Belligerent Powirt,render*
indifperfably necessary, and, that any Mailer tf
vessels bulongisg to the refpe&ive nations, or na.
vigating ar.dcr the protedlion of their flags, in
omitting to take such certificates, will perlonally
stand relponfihle for the cunfequeuccs.
ttlCI-jtAUD SODEKSTROM. »
Philadelphia, ißth D. cemVer, 1799.
A VALUABLE and d«firafc!e Fftate, situated
en the river Raritan in Jerfcy, near Sorijer
fet Court-Hcufe, ! 6 r.li'.es from brunfwicU, and
18 from Princeton s icnliOingof Ufwardsol 700
acres, equally diffi.'lcil into mrilow, arable and
wood land ; the whole within a ring fei;ce ; the
bars, ftali'e«, Su.are I'j acirus, anj adequate to the
Gze of the Fai?n; there is a [ lemtu.ie ol game,
with a ghod (had fillip/. The eltatc is. now in
the hands of Mr Henry VVorlcy.
Further particulars may V>e ki.owc of
Messrs. KICK LIN GRIFFITH
Merchant, Philaiclf.t'i.i. »sd of
Of Mr. KICHAItD POTTkii,
Or of the Tenant on lire premiC;*
May 9. *, : f
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