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T;iua r suAT jvly 17.
Puil-Ar tLPUM, JULT 10
8 per Cent Stock for cash 105 t« jo 1 ) p. ct. 5-
Sll per Cerft. do. 84 / "
Navy do. do. 84 S
Three per Cent. do. 51 \
Deferred, - do. So
B4.NK United S&tcs, do. 30
. Pcmifyivania, do. 27 V n.
North Amer'si, do. 50 j
Iflfuranas ccmp. N■ A. (hares 8 to 10 per cent,
Pennfylvania, fharos, iSI4 30 per cent, adv
Eafh-India Company of N. A. 7 per cent advance
Lani Warrants, 15 doll* per too icr«s.
COURSE OF EXCHANGE
Bi'iUon Lon. at 30 days for ca!h 171 12 per ct.
Do. do. 60 days do. 170 a. 171 do.
Do. do. 90 days do
Bills on Hamburgh at 60 days 33 1-3 a 34 cts,
Do. in Amllerdam, 60 days 39 a 40 cts. per
Capt Darby, arrived at Salem (M.) from
Naples, informs, that—The Fremh troops
in Italy were nearly familhed fur want of
proviGons ; and Maffena, previous to enter
ing Genoa, made a dsfperate attempt to gain
pofftlfion of the Atsftrian stores, but failed ;
and though he effedted his entrance into
Genoa, yet, from the want of provisions in
the K'irrifon, ar.d the desolation in the coun
try aro. u:l it, it was hardly poffiide to hold
out till reinforcements could arrive.
When Captain Derby \v s at Naples, ex
ecutions were carrying on with a vindiitive
spir t, in confcquence of th: fate rebellions ;
luppolsd so be greatly indicated by the
Queen. This princess is a lifter to the late
Queen of Fr mce.
An Eimlilh expedition, with to,ooo land
forces, pa(Ted up the Straits while Oapt/in
Derby was at Gibraltar; their objeft un
k»< wn ; by feme fuppoied to be to inspire
the King of Naples with courage to return
fri«'m oiciiy to his ancient feat ef govern
i Died.it Norfolk. Monf. Lepretre, former
ly of St. Domingo.
1 The Captain of the sloop Lavinia from
St. Croix, arrived at New-York, informs,
that 75 fail of American veflels (including
7 Fivnch privateers, prizes to the United
States Ihips) failed from St. Thomas the
firft inllant under convoy of the frigate
A .gentleman who came pallenger in the
sloop Lovina informs, that a French cor
vette had arrived at Guadaloupe, in 40 days
fi"bm France, and brought out orders t,o the
commanding officers 111 the French Weft-
IndieS, not to fuffer their privateers to make
capture of American veflels.—Fudge.
On Monday morning a man by. the name
of Collins, living near the (late prison, Green
wich, N. Y. put a period.to his existence by
discharging the contents of a loaded pillol
through his body. What led to this rash
and horrid- act we have not been a,ble to
The reason why our Commifllpners have
failed in the enibafly to France, is conjec
tured to be owing to the inability of that
pov er to comply with our firft requisition,
viz.—retribution for the spoliations on our
commerce. If fo,, they must have loft light
of their own intertft, in nst offering us
shipping at a fair valuation. Their nary,
conlidering the growth of that of Great-
Britain, is of no service to them. If they
■were to pay us, fay ao fail of their line of
battle ships, we Ihould be f.ived a great ex
p?nce of taxation ; much time would be
laved us in building ; we fliould always be
ready to meet and relent ( with the addition
of what (hips we have at present) depreda
tious committed on our trade by any power
•whatever. Fran'ce would not be injured by
the contrast, and flie would be relieved
(without burthenmg her citizens) from rai
ling a film of money, which national juflice
demands flie flit uld pay. [Norfolk Herald]
The weather was so extreme hot last
week, that a negro dray-man refufed to cart
some wood for a gentleman, unlets he would
ajree to lend him an umbrella.
Among the toasts, drank on the 4th of
July, in the State of Conne&icut, we remark
TIMOtHT Pickering, tale Secretary of
State.—May he find in retirement t bat peace
and happiness, which courts can neither
give, nor take away.
Thus there are some, not unmindful of
paftfervices, not blind to integrity and ta
lents, and not flow or timid to exprefsgood
•wiUies for the profpenty of a discarded
The grateful party, who thus manifefted
their rrfpett and atFedlion belong to that
rare tribe, described by a moral Poet.
" Let others hail the rifmg fun,
We b >vr to that, whose course is run."
Andrew Mitchel Esq. British Minder at
the Conr:. of Berlin,' was much eflcemed for
his personal merit by Frederick the Great,
though he often oppoftc} the philosophical
and political alfertions of that monarch,
•with" frank but decent firmnefs.—" By the
htlpof God," said Mitchel on a certain oc
cifion, " we have gained a vi&oiy over t!ie
French." " llov. is tins my Friend," fa id
the king, '■ is God one of your allies" ?
" Yes," replied the Envoy, in a farcaflick
Vfiy, " and the only one ,wlio demands i'i
fubHuirs of US."
The following was peb!/flied <"n this Gaz
ette some time ago. but as it is expedted
the game v.ill soon be played 'lis thought
proper to re publish it that the FEDE
RALISTS, ma\ be on their guard.
MR Pri'NTF. H.
JACOBIN cunning I know to be equal
generally to all their purports ; but let me
ask, whether they can so manage the hufi
nefs, alluded to in the annexed extraft, as
to nnfwer tlitir views. I confefs, that lam
so short lighted, as not to be able to disco
ver, or w':ether there be any solid founda
tion for the report, I do not undertake to
determine ; but the public may be aflured
that the writer of the letter (a resident in a
remote county, and a ttfpedt'able citizen) is
fully convinced of the truth of what he
ExlraS of a letter from -——in , to his
friend in Philadelphia.
" The next ftffion of .A(Terribly, which
the G is to convene, by such notice as
for the Jacobin party to be ready at or near
Lnncnfler at th<: /rW,and to meet and proceed
011 bufioefs btfore others that live rei ote
can take their feats. Strange as it may
seem, such is really the plan, that the
friends and confidants of our G '■ cai
culaje their schemes on. 1 wish
to be i formed • f the intended plan for the
G to previously t otiiy one party cf
the Legislature to be near at hand, wi./'le
the others at a distance arc to be called
with a sudden Proclamation of (h> rter no
tice than will ei able them punfiually to at
tend at the time appointed, a"d thereby af
ford an cppuriuniiy to pass some favourite
Laws 1 1 ! ."
[The following Alcaic Ode was written;
by Mr. Gray in the Album of the Monks
ot t! e Grande Chaitreufe, a religious order
of the hicft aufterc kind, whole "is
f queftcrtd amid the solitary leer.es i f Sav; y
The solemn deportment of the Ffiars, medi
tating iJeath and Eternity ; their profound
filenctf ; the deep gloom oi' the forelt ; the
milling of mountain "torrents ; and Nature
in lonie of her wildest and moll tremendous
forms inspire religious awe, and melancholy
meditation.* Viewing this scene, with the
feel'yigs of a moralist and a poet, Mr. Gray
has traced them in elegant and sublime la
tinity. An American gentleman, whose
tafle causes him to read the I ;iiguage of
Home with delight, and whose learning en
ables him to translate it with skill, has ren
dered Mr. Gray's Ode into blank vcrfe. Of
the various versions, which the Editor has
perused, this is the molt faithful to the
phraie and spirit of the sriginal.]
Oh In, fcveri Rcligio loci
Quocunque gaudes nomine, noil leve
Native nam ccrte fluenia
Numcn habet, vetercfqne fvlvas ;
Prjefentiorem et confpicimus Drum
Per itivias rupes, ftra per juga,
Clivofque proeruptos (uiwntes
Inter aquas, nemorumque nottem ;
Quam si rep Ibis, sub trabe citrea
Fulgeret auro, et Phioiaca manu,
Salve vocanti rite,felTo et
Da placidam juveni quietetn.
Quod si invidendis fedib us, et frui
Fortuna (acra lege filentii
Vetat volven'tem, me leforbens
In medios violenta fluclus:
Saltern remoto des, Pater, angulo »
Horas feneflje ducere libera? ;
Tutumque vulgari tumultu
Surripias, hominumque curij
0 Thou ! the Power, that o'er this solemn
jPrefid'ft, whatever name bed fnits thine ear,
For sure these native streams
And these primeval woods,
Own no presiding Power of light regard ;
Ami inidft the patliltTs rock and mouutains
Where waters rrurm'ring fall
And bl.ickning lliadei embower
111 clearer view appears the present God
1 han if, beneath the Citron rafter'd Dome,
He besm'd in mafly gold
By curious sculpture wrought.
liail to thee, Genius, thee a weary Youth
Invokes with holier due, and alks repose.
But if to fit secure
Beneath the wilh'd for (hade
Fortune forbids me by her stern decree,
If by her hurrying hand, fore'd from the
Again thy votary's lofl, •
Auiid the dafliing waves.
O Father, in some lone, fequefler'd vale
Giant me, at least, to spend the hour of age
freed from the clamorous croud
every vulgar care.
9 " In our little journty up to the Grand
Cbartreufe, I do not remember to hire pone
ten paces without an exclinjation, that there
■*-i» no rellraininp. Not a precipic e, not a
torrent, not a cl'ffbut is pregnant with re
ligion and poetry. There are certain l'cenes
that would awe an atl.eift into belief, without
(he help of other argument. One nejrt not
have a very fantaftic imagination to fee spirits
'here at nocn day. You have death perpetually
before your eye#, only so far removed, as to
compose the mind, without frighting it."
See Gray's Letters—Mason's edition.
The scheme of uniting all parties ; of mel
lowing-down ancient prejudices ; of believing
that a Jacobin may be a good man j that
we have all one common interest ; that it is
prudent to be lukewarm and faint-hearted,
and variable, and that we nmft be smiling
members of one great political family, is
benevolent and good humoured in the ex
treme ; the only difficulty is, that it is a
senseless, abftird project, and totally 'im
pradiicaWe. There isa frt of small, timid,
simple, changeable politicians in ourenlight
ed country, who huddle together, and en
deavor to persuade fools that every thing i$
right, and that we fit [eriVftly f.ife, direftly
over the flaming fr.iter of voKanic France.
This is a feSnibls d lufion, ™d we Coon'
weep our lolly in t-ars' of blood. With
K-vity, we either fondle tlie ty
;rers and wolves of» Pinris, that (leu of wild
beasts who claw ;uxl \yorry one another,
when thry ha?e no other prey ; or thirp
Comegire us a fang, the LaJycrjr'd,
, An ! lay your difbuies ' alic,
Wbat iionlet.fe i-'t lor 'oik to chidp
For what's been done l)c ore them..
Let Whig ana Tory all aorrre
To dr-p their l^kigmegrraruni.
L"t Whig and Tfery a'! .gree /
To spend their days jr. nr. :h &nd glee
And ehecrful sing a'.o w'th me
1 he reel of Tullo?hg rum.
A HINT.. J
" D.ffi rent modes of chpimng eledorj,"
lays'* Calender, '! have.betrn pursued,
The fit ft was by dift,ric\s. Each of these
nominated it's own eledW. This was the
only fairly and equitiV le method, because it
give both fides an equal chance. The second
was by a general ticket, and the entire niafs
of iutfrages in a (tate w;!s lumped together.
Each parjy published a lift of the eledtors
whom they wished. to prefer. Put the cafe
that a l)a;e contains 30.,c0d citizens. Of
these 14,000 votes on the federal, and 16,000
on the other fide. Thus the former are Cut
off from all share of influence in the choice,
l'hey do nxit make so much as a lingle vote.
H.d they voted fepjirately for an e'e&er of
their own, so large a minority would have
etnrned 6 or 8 out of the whole number of
elefUirs." Ihe 1 itter is the mode now ad . -t
---<d by Virginia, which I trust will not be
confiderej as an example in future ; for a
lr*e and impn tial fuffrage is the most im
portant right vhicb, a people can enjoy un
der * rep;eil-vytarive government, and it is
surely tl.eir own privilege to fcleiS, the can
But Da'rympie £or-.,tom, U that the pre
fixing rfficrrs *u the Upi'ed States would
be elffted by the ii.triguca faflions, anfl
perhaps violence of his own contrymen."
Let the auth rs < f the pla go one lt< p
Earth*, r and the people will bt deprived of
rcprefent tin altogether. Similar to th-s
is no act of the general government. Let
us then to support the Litter in
every constitutional measure, & d not be
come the dupes of difappoiutcd or ambi
A B. C.
* Truth in this cafe srtfwered hi putpefe,
Vid page 26-of thi ProfpcU before us.
Is a Rate in which a part of life in parted
by every anim 1: no one hath yet been
covered whofc cxiltence is not varied with
intervals of this state ot infenfibitity ; the
largest as well as the tnoft minute, the b'Ty
as well as the idle, the ferocious as weli as
the geutle, are all thus chained downs in
t iraes, in irresistible (lupefadion.
Sleep is eveu held by some p( ilofophers to
be extended over the v getable world, as
well as the animal creation. Yet its effici
ent or firm cause, and how the benefits are
derived to the animal from this alternate
suspension of its aftive powers have not yet
beet) ascertained But whatever diffictil
ties the theory may present, the praftice
will be little influenced thereby : g< rurally
once in the twenty-four hours, the different
reafoners upon its principles, will all give
way to its effefts, and lie down overpow
ered by the gentle influence which reduces
all ranks to an equality : the high the low ;
the rich the poor ; the gay the gloomy ;
the witty the dull; the facetious the mo
rose , the moderate and the zealous politici
an ; the republican and the aristocrat, are
liere reduced tt> one common level. The
proportion of time given to sleep is in some
cases more and in others less ; hut upon
an average I believe mankind flcep about
one third of their lives if not more.
Many persons have no happier moments
than those they pais in solitude. Aban
doned to their own imaginations, their ideas
are filled with pleasures of intelle&ujl en
joyment. Imagination will place sceptres
and honor in th v hands of the ambitious,
glory and success in the pofft.fli.-n of the
warrior, promotion in the view of the as
piring, mutual attachment in the expiftati
oo of the loves. and even difappoifltment
will oAen times find confo'lation in faljtarj
reflection ar;d calm retirement.
"Thedefires of man increase with liis ac
qu'fitions. Every one who reads this will
feel the truth of the repark ; he will recoi
led some point which in profpeft he cenfi
dered as the summit of his wishes ; but that
point gained, and he still looks farther, to
fonaetliing still before him that is is bound
his wishes Where neceflity ends luxuiy
begins, and we no sooner are fupplled with
every thing that nature requires, than we
fit down to contrive artificial want 9 and ap
petites: and mankind like the grave, will
never fay, " It is enough."
When an offer was made to Themiftocles,
to teach him ihe a t of memory, he answer
ed that he would rather wish for the art of
forgetfulnefs. In Iriifery and dillrefs it
adds no comfort to the mind to refletl on
former day.', when the concraft riflng to the
view heightens the sense of the present em
barraffmenti, and renders them less toler
able. It will be more ufeful to (brink from
re olledlion, and to look forward to prof
pe&s that may brighten ; for there is no
ftateof distress ffom whichjHe who holds the
destiny of roan, cannot elevate and restore
To the Editor ■f the Gazette of the United
B inginform?d by a friend and countryman
of «iine('\:i Irish Gentleman) that there, was
hii advertiltment made its appearance m your
paper a few days ago, offering a reward,.to
any one who .l&oiuid return a noggin, of Gin
to Jaipor Dwiglit Elq. whom you in a
mistake of the prefscall Jal'per Traytor ; and
conceiving the publication was pointed at
me, as. we Were seen in company, too ther
late one evening at a certain public b■ use,
winch weans in the habit of frequenting,
this isto inform you and the public in gene
ra!, that the whole is a bale fabrication of
some Miliclous person (no doubt an Aristo
crat) with ade/ign to make a breach between
my cousin and me as the liquor wascluboed
and fairly drunk between us.
THE LEARNED PIG.
Written for the 4nuiverfarry of the Liver
pool, ( Eng ),
[Publiftied September 1799;
WHAT is life but an ocean, precarious asthofc
Which fyrroundi) this terraqueous hall ?
is ixan but a bark, often laden with woes,
What is death but tfce harSour of all ?
On cur pafljge, to-day may bemikl aud fe/cne,
And our loftictl canvass be ihewn,
While to morrow, fierce tempells may blacken the
And our mads by the board may be gone.
On life's r- fy rhorn, with a prosperous breeze,
We ail oui light fails may difplajr,
With a clou I'efs horizon may fwecp at our eafc,
And ol sorrow ne*er feel the fait spray .
But, c ie wc have reached cur meridian, the gale
From the point of ill-fortune may blow.
Ana the fun cf our being, all cheerless and pale,
May ftt in the wild waves of woe.
Experience when bound o'er the turbulent waves
Refntmb'-rfl that ills may arise,
And with ledulous care, ere the danger he braves,
His bark with fparetackle supplies:
So y v», or life's ocean, with providentmiad*,
Ilavt here a fparv anchor fecur'd,
With which, in oefpife of adversity's winds,
The helpless wii! one day be moor'd.
When the ftrcrg arm o! wicter uplifts the blue
And fncw florr.is ant! ship- wrecks abound.
When bellow chtck'd 'amine ii.fli&9 the fell pain
And the swamp fl ngs deflrudi in around,
Wheu the folly of ruUrs embroils embroils human
»nd myriad'ure robS'd of their breoth j
Thi< wife inttitmion «nay come o'er the mind,
And may ioften the pillow of death.
she poor widow'd mourner, the sweet prattling
And the veteran whose pew»rsare no more,'.;
Shall hire find an arm to defend them from wrong,
And t« chace meagre want from the r door ;
Thi- is tempering tie •win)to tht lamb ne-wty Jbtin,
This is following the ant'b prudent wi) s;
And, O bjeft Infhtution ! the child yet unborn,
With rtf ture fiiall lisp forth thy praise.
BY THIS DAY'S MAILS.
NORFOLK, July 10.
The town of Norfolk bids fair to be the
Montpelirr of Virginia. If we can ward off
the ellow Fever, which in a great measure
depends upon ourielves, at leatl those who
rcprtfent us in the Common Hall,property
within the borough will eucreafe in a pto
portion that will defy the greatest specula
tor on chances to calcjlate. Norfolk hath
a great l umber of natural advantages, and
it would seem a species of ingratitude to the
deity, if man did not exert himfelf to give
it some artifi ial ones. The reformation of
the streets is a work begun ; it is beg 'n by
employing workmen to drain the Mgin
ftreet ; it is much to be wished however,
that the narrow part of streets and alleys
Ihould be ktpt clean. Suppose they weie
to be guttered immediately, and the inha
bitants of these streets, by a bye-law, com
pelled to have on each of the lots a large
box. wheein the dirt and filth of the hou-
fe« fliould be constantly of
being thrown in the ftieet, and two carts
kept in constant employ, twice a week, to
cairy th" fame away, at feme little distance
from the town, there to be piled for com
pofl ;it would fell at the end'of the year to
farmers for enough to defray the expence
of the fcavengera ; but if the tQwn were at
the expence, it cannot bear a serious re
flexion, when placed in the scale against
the health of the people.
We hare now a Common Hall formed of
persons whose charafteri are fucli as to en
sure to the tewn a good police, as far as
their powers extend. That they will exert
those powers we have no right to question.
MelTrS. WILLiT O'CoNKOR,
1 ete Jb. rg, "une 30, 1800;
I Observe in your paper of the 26th a
paragraph under the Richmond head, Ha
ting thai there has been 25,000 hogsheads
of Tobacco received at the infpeftions of
this place this year ; that information is
said to come from gentlemen, wnofe pur
suits in life enable them to form a C9rfe&
judgment ; it these £>entl<smen's judgment
i< no better in their othe> pursuits" than in
this, they are poor judges iHdeed ; for to
my certain knowledge on the 2jft of M y,
there was only 16 220 hngfheads taken, and
since tha date, there cannot be received
more than 12 or 1500 hogsheads in addition,
which makes your gentlemen's statements
erroneous by 7,210 hogsheads.
Nearly one half of what is taken is yet
in the ware-houses.
IpTF* A Special Meeting of the Philadel
phia Fire afTociation, -will be held at Crtr
penters Hall', on Fiiday the 18J1 instant,
at half past (even o'clock, in the evening.
TAMES MILNOR Scc':y.
j Gazette Marine Lift,
| No arrivals at the fori. ,
1 Brig Beaver, Elliot, from tenet has been
fpeken oft t.ape Florida, out thirty fix days,
boupd to Havanna, '
Brig John, Atkins, from heree to Lis
bon, yvas spoken the 22d ultimo, in latitude
43, 10, N. bngtitude 57, 30, W.atlwell
1 —out seven days.
—• V '
Capt. Flinn, of the (hip Fame failed from
Leghorn in company with the (hip Maria,
j Tho.npfon, of and far Philadelphia and fev
j eral others. Left Gibraltar 20th of May
| with a fltet. Same day spoke the United
; States • brig Sophia, Smith, for \ hiladeJ
j phia, 27 days from Algiers ; saw her thro'
; the gut. July 4, 28, go, N. long. 67,
jgo W. spoke the brig Eliza,, Pendleton,
from New-York to Jamaica, 20 days out,
all well., July 8, lat. 36, 21, N long. 72,
30, f oke the Hoop Rambler, Gallaway for
St. Thomas, out 3 days, all .well, from
Philadelphia' July 10, in lat. 38, co,
long 73, 00, W. spoke the brig Friend
ftiip, O'Connor, from Philadelphia for St.
Sebastians out 2 days, all well.
Two inward bound ships were in fight of
New Cattle this morning.
Exlraft of a Letter fom captain Cu'ver,
of the brig Nancy, at Cape Franco".
Ob the :3d of June, fprkethe schooner
Success, captain Charles Johnson, in the
Turks Island Paflage, ont 25 days from
NEW YORK, Jnly ifr
Schr. Betfty, Johnson, Wilmington 7
Cornelia, Barpeit, Baltimore
Brig Sally, Andrews, New Oilcr.no
Schr. Nancy, Redfern, Halifax
Brig Eliza, Dtiinifon, ha 3 arrived at St.
Ship Hercules, Breath' has arrived at
Yeilerc'ay arrived flo p Lovina. Storms,,
St. Croix, 14 days. On the paflage fpeke
the big Amelia, Sinyvcrfant, sri m St,
Sebastians for Baltimore, out 70 days.
BALTIMORE, Tuly 15.
Arrived this day, Schooner Polly cant.
Myrick, 14 days from the Havani a,.-' 5 he
schooner Vlonericf, capt. Pearfe, of Balti
more, failed two days before us.
Left there the bi/g Hunter, Edwards,
and fdhorner Nitnrod. Hamilton, and
Nymph, Ml. fly, belonging to Baltimore.
Spoke the brigs Union, of Biiflon, and
Beave , of Philade phia, off Cape Florida,
out 36 days, bound to the Havanna.
A schooner in the bay bound up.
%* A fbt d meeting of the Arrferican
PbilolopWcal S cicty, will be Iteld at their
Hall on Friday ginning the 181 h inftan •., at
J'- SEPH CLAY, Secretary.
N. B. New Members will be balloted
July 17, iBco
£3= THE member* ol the Society oftlie Sons
of St. George. at PK!.Kii-ij>hu,'far the
aflillance of l igl lhwcn in diflrefc, are r„quefteif '
to attend a quartet y meeting at tf u faij «ccicty,
at the City favcrn. on Wedntfday the 13d day of
July, at 7 o'clock in rhe evening.
GEO D\vP!,Scc r ry.
N B Several rrcmbtrs to hi ballottcci for.
On Saturday next, at 5 o'clock in the afterr.odcr,
at No. if' 9 Chefnut fireet,
Al Frame Building,
About 80 feet long and jo bruad, with
iivtral glal's i'afhe;-
IT bas been hcrstc f re u'V-5 as a Primirtg
Office ; it f.anis back in the yard of No.
119, Cf.tfnut flreet, where it can he fccn .'t a-<y
tin-e The terms of ; uivhafe C-.fh—and the
huiiding te be r: moved inane 'i;.te!y.
JOHN CON Np.L LY, Aut\.
A Red Morocco Pocket-Book,
CON r ; INIMG fu.idry n- y tss cf hand, an/?! fe
"t'l-ai T'i.'ccs of, filv r—'h* fubfcri l :er*« rarne
marked on the inside of rhe itrap. Whoever has
found it, and will leave it at No, 40, Cherry
ft)all receive Five Dollars, and the fiVvr the Pock
et-b ok contained.
ON Sun ay the 13th inft. a fnnl!rfriwhefry
coloured MARK, fciineen hands liijrh,
l a- three vhite feet, a white e. short mi
yejrsdd. Any informati r will be thankfully
received, and if driive'ei! at ]n ht> Nepu*'s
Ferry, at Markrt flrett, a reward us f :ur Dol
his will be pai>i
NOTICE. ~ ■
"TTTHr-UE rrv witV. Margaret Connor,
VV has'- bfentert Itetfelf from my bed and
board, v ithout »cy j'ifl oayfe. 1 hereby for
warn all periVins from HarHoilririg nr ce,Siting
her on uiv accorirvt, a-1 ■!'?> <!et»rriiir)ed not to
ray any di-bta of ):ef rorti aiflinr
July 17, iBo~. «-\tt
At tic Office of the Gazette cf the United 'jl