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BY .TRis MAIL§.
B \LTIMOJtE", Aujroft r.
Among the ftolqs article's advertiffd Jt(-'
and which have bffn rccovrred by
the vigilance of the police, is asa ily Bible !
No doubt it contained the 20(h chapter of
Exodus which is tamcftiy rrcoram nded in
particular to the fuious perusal of the' thief.
•' The law came by Mofcs, but"—the Age
of Retfon came by I homas Paine ! ar.d as
Paine has I d these men into etr r f let pain
bring tlum to a sense of their duty. '
CFfARLESTON, July 19.
On Mondaymorning lan, the Barn, on
General VanderhorfVs plantation iri Chnft-
Church paii'h, -was ft nick by lightning, a id
entirely consumed, together with his Ma
chine-Huufe, Grift-Mill, ar.d some other
buildin'gs, which ftopd acli< ning. Nothing
wai saved, but a few bufli-ls of corn.
Died, n'lich reg'etted by all his acquain
tance, at "Cambridge, in this state, op the
9th inft. Mr. Wil'iam M'Courty, a native of
Galloway in Scotland, aged 24 year-i.
On Saturday faft a beautiful fl.ip was
launched at Hobrow, from the lliip yard of
Mr. William Pri'.chard, fen.—Slie.is calhd
the Horifon, is about 360 tons burthen, and
pierced for 22 guns, and built of 'he bt ft ma
terials eur country affords. She is pur
chased by MelTr;. A. and John M'CUtre,and
intended for a London trader. Judges of
naval archite&ure pfonounce that her model
for failing and the fjit".fulncfs in the execu
tion of the work will do great crtdit to Mr.
Pritchard. The launch was ex cuted with
ikill and exptrdi ion, and highly gratified a
large number of fpettators, who attended for
An Irilhman, by name bn M. Mur
ray, was arrtflcd on a warrant from Joflice
Bentham, and committed to the gaol of this
city "'on Tuesday night, as one of a gang
concerned in counterfeiting and ifTuing Bal
timore Bank Notes of ioo Dollars.
Information had been forwarded by the
Mayor of Biltimore to a gentleman of this
city, that an accomplics of Murray's was
then confined in gaol, for puffing forced
notes of 100 dollars of the Baltimore Bank ;
and that'in expe£latiori of lefiening his pun
ilhmcnt, he had confefled that they were ex
ecuted by Murray and hiinfelt in Charlel
ton, South Carolina. He likewise described
the person of Murr y, his ixfiJence, and the
part of it, (under the floor of one ot the
lower rooms, Ni>. 19, Kino-flreet,) where
the plates and otj er necefiary implements
were concealed. Upon ths arrell of M. and
the examination of thi premises, the cor
- reftnefs of the information was ellablilhed.
Tlie copper plate and two not»s of the Bal
timore B ink for 100 dollars each were
By the confeffion of the fir ft villain it is
stated that tlry ft,imped 85 nojes ot 100
JolUr? each, and that between the two they
Itad passed off So of theni—the small sum of
The copper plate is f*id<to be well execu
ted ; bu: the paper is rather darker and
browner than the genuine notes.
.»,Will be Landed,
At I'ine Street Wtcrf,
Oa Thnrfday next. the C \RGO Wf the Ship
Jank, from Kinrftofl, Jamaica,
20 Hhds, well Flavored Spirit.
25 do. best scale ugar.
827 Bags and Seroons Caraccas
40 Jibls. Limes—For sale by
Wh. G. ROBERT C. LATIMER.
July 19. d^t.
Br A. DJCKINS, opp.site Christ Cburcb,
C4VSKS AND C*ttZ£sUßXC&s
Rev. Jonathan Bouchkb, A. M. F. A. S.
Price 2 Dollars 50 Cents,
For Sale, v
Landing fr m on loa d the Schooner An
drew, from Tenerijfe "James M\,rtg
40 Hhds. >-TeneriffeWine.
64. Caflcs, )
For terms apply to
> MATHIAS ICEELEY, or
anguft 1, / djt
A Red Morocco Pocket-Book,
\t rKOEVCW hat 101 l it m y rctrtVr * «n i*
y\r flKiiiog' u lti< oßu ol ihi.CiitiUiMid
M*iu|; ihe cipcntt cf (hitjdwtifiiiicin.
*. W *».' •••" • • ~ '
. Capt. Thoirtas Nclfon, -
- k. '
"'VJTHO M foftmOd to Ht .txMcMO tlweily
W I* rc<]HWle<t to c<ll OO Mr. Thomn Kit
fcftj, tJa foorh Fiont l\re<-t, wh« tu» « k«ei
' cf MnCtqacnet (or Kim, w! kh if clHeil tor im
i Metiwlr will relate to bi» putieniar intrrcft.
. Amur/oD giving information
Nvtfrft? pity be ben will gnat)J Mr
Gazette of the United States.
fHIt.ADE: IT; IA
IT OK r> AY b'.VKIJt: G, At)jSB«T 4
JO' 1 he FVd<-raliiis (if the City of Phi
ladelphia/arc requcfted to n.etf atDumvoody's
Tavern, on Weilnefday evening next, at 7
o'clock, oh important bytiuefs.
Mondhy, Aug 4.
The Federal printers are rcquelled to ir-
fert ;lie abovt notice.
No paper* have come to har.d by thi3
D.iy's E<ftern Mj:l.
We undeilland, a Court-Martial cotnpo
fed tf tht Officers of the Wtftern army,
commenced its fitting in this City on Fri
day la It,
The Democrats of Statefburg in South
Carolina, have addrilfed Gei.cval Sumpter ;
—they fprak of his great mifytpry services
during the revolution I—lVbut were tbtj ?
To-day, we rcpublilh another masterly
essay from the pen of I.KCICS. '1 hi fe fpe
cula'.iotis, written in a fiber and "ditpal
fionate style, claim and have received a very
large fliaie of pubhc attention. No pap-rs
on the important topic of the approaching
eleflion have more fully <!ete£ted the wiles
of Ji'.f fkhson, and iione in the Eiftcrri
States have mere effi ftuaMyVlefeiited the pri
jects of his ambition. >
The " Aif\ to cftahlifit an uniform syfkin
of Bankruptcy throughout the U» States,"
is from its impt rtance and prclix;ty, b«(t
cakplated to .ppear in the pamphlet form.
In this mode, the conven.euce of the pur
chaser is coiifolted, and the knowledge of a
part of our legal code, at ortce novel acd
important, is mofe commu
nicated than in a fugitive nt,-u fpapef. We
find that the a& in qucllion is very neatly
printed in this city by Maxwell anil
Dickons. The proofs were infpe&ed by a
gentleman of profeffional (kill, and the exe
cution is highly refpe&alle. The type is
beautiful, and the text is phre of errois.
The Jacobins <we seriously alarmed at the
just and necessary measures adopted by Mas
sachusetts and New H amp (hire in defence of
their rights against an aspiring and daring
fa&ion. The Democrats are fearful, that
Maryland yitends'giving the death-blow to
their darling hopti at the
tion for Eleftois. Their inCcffaiH cries for
the rights of the people, we Ihould
would arouse the insulted shade of Virginia's
murdered rights, which flitting through the
air would exclaim in the language of the
Ghost in Hamlet, " Remember Me."
We (hall never tire of inserting farcaftit
Sketches of the l ite democratic proceedings
4t the State House. •' Obsluve r" will
appear to-morrow, and will proba'- ly recall
to the mjnd of the reader this passage from
' Ft, when a flv rftirestobed,
He rests hi* tail above his bead ■
"So, in this commohwaltb of ours
The rabble we trieJ'upreme powers."
A correfpcVnd ent is desirous of being in
formed whether a vuu'd be Sheriff ot famous
In mem ry can cajculate upon a
powerful fnpport from that highly refpedVa
ble bod', the R< man Catholits of this city,
»t the enfuinf* election in oilobei 1 ? Ke is
induced to ask this qurftion from the cir
cumstance of th'i very pi u , fnl'gbtetifd and
devout christian having yellerdav attended
divine service, and perrhed himfelf ill a con
spicuous part of Siint Mary'j.
Many of the retainers of the Aurora Of
fice have a very forlorn an ) difcsnfolate air.
Of some the creditors are importunate, and
to others, perhaps the rhurliffc laur dress has
not rtturi ed the onlyJhirt they have in the
world. A'as, poor Devils your lot is a
hard one, your lines have fallen in pleasant
places neither have ysu a goodly heritage.
Mr Jefferfon lays cut what is lift of hit
British debt in the purcl.afe of big bones and
fti all deism ; and, as for your immediate
employer Ca(h, mi-ft be a llianger to him,
for democratic fubferibers never gay, and
Gin is cxcifedi
The people of the United States are at
tempted to be gulled into the ■ belief or
frightened into the fear that J fferfon will
he chief. But this Deilt and philo
sopher will be refufed by the good f nfe of
America From the preftnt afpeft of things
and from w-.-ll grounded calculations a man
of principle, and energy, and a Haunch and
virtuous Federalist will triumph over d*-
mocratic machination and save us from Phi-
Lfophy and Frenchmen.
Some of the trails of Jacobinism ars emp
ty brains raggedcoats, a blsfphemlng tongue
aid, ;i bai dy breath. The Democratsare
generally Fal l.iffs ragged ret;inient ; and.
like the mifrrable gazetteers lalhed by Pope
,• Sletvclefs Lme, and (hirtlcfs others."
A writer, whole fignat'ire is Bystander, in
tl.e Baltim re Fedetal Gazette I.as taken a
comp eteTeview of the United States, and
g-ivet. a statement of votes for Elc&ots of
Prcfident and Vice Prefident—Tliis cal
culation is made with I:ice prtcifion and
close iavfftigatjpn— Such is hii fairnefs
that in every inllance \vhen a doubt ari
fcs he places it to the credit /if the
democi ats —The rcfoH appears to be that
were diftrift ele£li us yniverfally eftabliJhed,
th? anjj fcdt;t! : ftor *!';» most liberal allow
at>cC| cUuM grr. but 6'J votes i all t lie Ua'.ts,
out ui 138, ofwhich it ttqti.rcS 70 to 111.:k.
a majofiy. 'i h t is. that if the ici fe of
the ration c itjd be cx| rtf Ted b vhc tairttt
of all pcfnale, n.o 8, a .general elcfrtio by
the Jjec pie in diftj-itls, there won hi he a
larg: msj rity of the nation against that
candidate Whom his Iriendi are now at
tempting ta fmwgiile in, by changing the
mode of e efti ft from /Lftritts to a general
ticket, where it 'suits their views, and 0..
mouring, at the fame ;ime, for dilirifct cleft
ions, where they hope to get forrrething Dy
| InViigii'ia thfy began the ga*i«. Tht}
: if.ok away the fair mode of dittrifl tltdl
ion» snd fubll tutrd a ge<*eral tic' ft. *liert'
v by the toice cf fin federal di(lr:&» wa» li
[ lsnred ii> tliif tlrHjoo «>f PreGtfenl- I"
! Pcnnfylva in tl:e| eiimtnded l" tht 'aft for
• general tickeT,and reftrfed to the. fed_
• dillrifl cleft inii, on tlic fan* l <.
the flatc, which was tepetrd y offered ti
I thtm. A pcrfon, indeed, under the-figna
tur. of" A Pe»nfylwaiii»' , «*' who i» f>id It
•be Mr. JDallas ha» bad the unaccuu'ilablt
fffiOi toy to alTtrt, in a paper of tlu» <>ty»
th<it ihe knti-fcilcr;)ift' in thr Pentifylvaaia
legislature did not.o jedt to the principles
of a diftrid elettion, but to the mode of
dividing the fta'f; afferti ns which hat per
son himfelf, and eveiy man in PennfylvaMa,
knfws to*be falfc. In Maryland, on the
c< ntia y th .fc fame iriends < f > I r. Jeffer'on,
hypocritically afiVft the molt violent attach
mont t 1 diffrift elections, rase a loud cla
mour about tl>« rights of the people, and
contend, tooth and nail, for tha< very mode ]
v hich their cojdjutors have aboliibed in
Virginia, and pretented in P< nnfylvania ;
! hoping by thife mcins to cheat the federal
patty, who calculate the majority in Ma
ryland, as well as in the nation at large, out
of their choice, ou of their ri ht as a Ma
jori y, to heav a Pnfidert of their ctioice
and to itnpofe on ifte nation a C iet Ma
gillrare to wnom the majority is unquft on- j
ably opp fed
I will examine, more at length, this pre- |
tence about the rights •' the people, wh< re- !
by they ire attempted to be cheated in
'fad, out of their rights ; and he founda
tions of this clami ur. by which the good
sense of the majority is attempted to be im
posed on, and a 1 r, fideot to he chosen by
a fi&iour. major ty. 1 the mean time, I
wi 1 atk the federalifts of Maryland who con
ftituethe majority by the confefiion even of
their opponets,' what is the right which
they h< Id mod dear ? Is it not to have a
President of thtir own choice ? If so, will
they fuflcr themfclves to be defrauded of
this dear and fubftanti.-.l right, by a tew cant
phrases ; by the artifices ( f the ei emie- of
government in other flafes, aided by the
noisy clamours in this ? Should such be
their couduA, I (hall indeed be acquies
cent but astonished.
Jacob Sperry & Co:
No. 195. Market-Street,
Have received by tie skip Eagle, end
other late a- 'ivuls from
The following Goods,
Which (hey offer on libcrrf! terms;
T7S I OPILI.AS, -v . i-Decanters,
Cafferillas, 1 2"S . Coffee-Mill;,
lioccadillos, . J? , Tapei, twill'd,plain
Rouans, 1 and colour;d,
j Cren a la Mcrlaix, j I 5*S-.' Sealing Wax,
Cob tils, ( J L
from Lond on,'Aconsignment 0}
2 Packages or and
3 Cases o£ the Wafliing'ton Print, in handfeme
frames of full lengch Engraving.
' , 2 New Gables,
Eaoh 125 latlioms, 10 and if inch,
sugufk 4. ci6t mfluh im
Madeira Wine :
The subscriber has received in the Ap°'.o,
from Liverpool, a Quantity of
H ill's Old London particular Wine,
In pipes, hhds. & qr. cades.
GIDEON HILL WELLS.
august 4. niw&l 4W
A FEW HOGSHEADS OF
Jamaica SUGAR and COFFEE,
.n. Trunk of Met. und Wotnens' Shies,
And a parcel of Tow Linen,
Bby 10, 9by 11, Io by 12 aod 17 by 12.
Any sizes laiger than tholts may be had
on be.ng ordered from t,he manuiadWy.
' Apply to
ISAAC HAKVEY, Jun'r.
3 1 wharf south of Market ftieet.
August 4. 03W
Houses to Let:
ONE large conven ent three-story Biick
Dwelling House, with four rooms on a
floor, and two Kitchens ; there" is apump
of water, ai;d a rain uattr ciftem n the
yard ; fitliale on the raft 1 de of Fourth-
Street, one door above Race-Street, lately
occupied by Solomon Moroche.
A convenirut Three Story
With a pleasant yard on the South fid?
of Arch Street, third door abovt Eighth-
Street. For tifims apply at No. ti6,Arch-
TOUT OF PHILADELPHIA.
hip Adr.'flus, Paik--t, Liverpool 63
[Salt & Crates ; W. St P. Keith
Schr. Two Hrothcis, Pender, Richmond iO
C'lil ; 10 Captain
Betsey, Walker, Frederickfb'urg 14
[Tobacoo, Fl ur St Fur ; U. Wain
iloop i'.-tty. Cliphant, Charleston cj
[Tobacco, Ruin, Stc. to Capt.
Vermont, Williams, Fredtrickfhuig 13
[T batco £ FUuir; C. Sc W« Jolly
■ I Brig Harriot, bweeirer
era'ifts i [
. T-.vo Ful-riJs, Wilbur
Came u.p Ir rn the Fort—
Ship Pallas. M rrcn ncr
Schr. Beifey, Hallie
.. . '■ < " ~e: . ,
Gazette Marine Liil,
Arrived at the Fort,
Brip- DifpatcKJ , Liverpool (detained)
Sclir. Orange, l)wvc, tJavanna 18 days
[Su<ar, Honey & S'gars ; W.Stokes
Sloop Cicero, Rpn) ngtoji, »Havanna
[McI jUcs St Sugar ; G. Oze;. 1
Little Sam, Bunker, Havai,n;i, 18 days
[Sugar J. Burroughs- 1
Ship ?ei feyerance, of and from Philadl
- to Calcutta, was spoken. 36 days out,
in la.t, 3, co, S. lonif. 2 t. 50 W. all v eil.
The Ship Thomas, Willafton, from Liv
erpyol, has arrived at the Fort, via New-
Sloop Resolution, DuckendorfF, of this
po t, captured on her palfage from N rth-
Caroli' a, to Martinico, by the French, re
taken by t<He Biinfh and ftnt into Dominico.
Letter Bags at the oJfec-Houfe
Bolton Pficktt, for Cowes, on Tuesday
ext jih Augvift>
Role, Jones, for Liverpool, ditto.
Elizabeth, Dyer, Hamburg, ditto:
Volant, Hovcy , London, ditto.
The Letter Bag of the Ship Boston Pac
ket, Strong, for CoVves, will be taken away
from the coffee Houft to-morrow morning.
BALTIMO.HR, August I.
Arrived, Schooner Per/ererance, Noyes,
15 days, Havanaah.
>hip Commerce. Smith, five months and
an halt from Pat a via.
Spcke nothing but the brig Agnes, of
New-York, and two schooners, n.ames u;>t
recolh&ed, since we parted from tbe.Monnt
Ship General Greene, Hill, 85 days, Bre
men. Was boarded by the British frigate
Boston, who fuffered us to pass after open
ing all our letters.
Ship London Packet, Wilson, 38 days,
Ship Thomas, Willifon, of jphila 'elphia,
failed the day we did. ' x.
! i' Left there the following Baltimore vtflels.
Ship Harriot. Martin, to fail in 10 days ;
Francis and Maty, Spencc, do ; Union,
Porter, do ; Triumph, Wefef, do ; Mo
hawk, We, ihtrly, dJ.
CHARLESTON, July i 7.
ARRIVED, , days
Schr. Friendfliip, Sheffield, St. Jago
[de Cuba 22
Barque Lydia, Millwood, Havaur.a 21
Schr Brother*, Dryburgh, do. 21
Sloop Lord Duncan, Collins, Naflau 14
The United States frigate Chefapeak,
Captain Barron, which'"-anchored off the
bar on Thursday left frefm a cruise, failed
on Sunday morning for the Northward.
The Unitid States brig Pickering, lieut.
Hiilar, at chored in the roads at 10 o'clock
on Monday night from a cruise, and failed
again yefttrday at 2 I'. M. having taken a
lmall supply of frefh provisions.
The Pickering ha& been one of the mod
diligent, fucccfsful cruisers in the United
States service. In her last cruise she took
four French privateers, retook twelve Amer
ican vefftU, and liberated 300 American
prifoneis from the French prisons.
ExtraS from the Log Booh of the febooner
" In latitude 19, 40, longtitude 19, 50,
spoke the fch, oner Succefa, Captain John
foß, of and from Philadelphia, bound to
Truxcilla,.thirty diys out, all well. At
the fame time, we were both -boarded by
ihe States brig Augusta, Captain Elroy,
who informed, that three days before he
I ad taken a brig from St. Domingo, loaded
with 110 tons of sugar, and ordered her
for BolUn." .
Yeflerday arrived the filTooner Jimo,
Payton, Port-Republican, 13 days; fchr.
Brtfey, Tuttle, St. Thomas's. 21 diys;
schooner Betfty Holland, Webb, Philadel
phia, 17 days j schooner Betsey, M'llllit'n
ny, Wilmington 8 days.
Ship Mary, Craig, Liverpool
Henriaus he 4th, Jolinfon. London
Flora, Clough, New-York
South-Carolina, Pelor, New-York
Brig Peggy and Woodman, Hon
Aurora, Church, Kingston
Schr. Polly, Snow, Providence, (U. I.)
By the ihips Sufinnah and Rachel, ironi
Havanna, which anchored off Fort John
(lon, cn Thursday last we learn-That the 5
jfchrs. Nancy, Vofs, and Jason, Cromwell, j
from this port to the Havanna are hotli, ■
taken by a French privateer, and carried in
to the M.tanzes ; also a brig from some j
part of the Continent, and the fchr. —j
1 apt" Graham, from Havanna, bound to
• this port.
| Exit act of a letter si am the Jft.aanna,
2d, 1800. \
A French privateer mounting ihert 6
pounders, and 4 nines, has 1 !y arrived Oil » ,
our coafi, from Porto-Rrco. Sh« has aU
ready takm ttfo American and fe:it '
tlvjm into the Matanzas, a pont within SL
tew It-ages of this, and will continue ta
tmike depredstiqjls, unlefsi i' ;me r:l yur ar«
i"ed Vftfrfs Ihould appear to check lief
BY PUBLIC AUCTION—IN THE
CITY 01- WASHING?* N
THE loilonr.ng property h-lo;!' lujy to the Truf»
tees-'of the Fund, pr<-vid d for thtf
payment of certain cretfittff ol fcdward
and Ja;ivs Greenleaf.
Cn Mond.iy the i&tb Augijt :r.rt.
OART ©f the property of fai 1 fund, in the Cits .1
1. of U'aShircgton, that now is rendered cleaf of
very incumbrance, will be exposed at VuViie
u&ion at Tanr-idifl Tavern, amonfrt which ard
he following valuable l:tuatiow, vii- IT Lots id
quare No. 973. 2 lots in fcyu re 974. *5
quafc N«. 995, 2 lot* in square fofit-fi of
019, 19 lots in square 1010, i lot in fquar* iostj
lot in square ioai, '7 lots in square 102;. 4 lot*
11 square lota in X CAS> Z*° 6 \ n
quare 1C46 9 lot> in square »* lots in
quare 1048 with sundry others, advantag oufl/'.
;tuated it: various parts of che »il!o the ®
lory frame house row occupied' y Mr. DcbloUf
jeaatilully situated (with an extensive view CJf fev«
:ral mi'iea down the IVtomac) on the lotftn cast
: rner of square 973 .fronting '42 fert on 11 street
past, lod4i fe& on south G street,! a4.ohini«>diouf
ICitchcn with an oven, &c. adjoining the south
[rout. A large frame flablc, carriage h'*ife and I
\ay loU'so feet by 25. and a pump of -x l< 13%
Water near rhe back door 0! the kitchen, the lot
extending 9 1 feet on ij ftrcet, and feet' inch
in G ftreer, comprizing lots $ 1,2,5, and
of li, in the regiftcred division of the fqvare.
I hp sales wi'l commeote at the said heufe-at ten
o'clock in the forenoon on the xBth of fcugeif a- v \
ferefaid. The tewmone fr -urth C?lh, one fourth In
6 ni ader<i will.be thertmaiii*
ing moiety in two years, payntffct to be fecurcd *
by Hon ' and mortgage, l'ut the in the
al ove fun<', mny in lie u of mortgage fcrure pa; r «
tho trufte 5 at the rate of five (hillings in the pOun<%
to the an ount fecurad aft 1 f.ruld a dividend take
will r.e f' t ' ff ngainfi tha 1 ond, the certifi*
cates returned in the fame proportion* *
Henry l'ratt "J
Thnm?,3 W. Frnncis I
John Miller, juu. }► Trujleet.
Jacob Baker. J
THOMAS Tl> GEY, Agent.
ABIGAIL, . '
To fail about 15th inflanf.
For freight of a few hundred barrels or pas*
faffe, apply 10
Gideon Hill Wells,
Of the State of Pennfylvaxia*
TI'JE DIRECT' RS
HAVE this day tieclarcd a Dividend of Thirty
for the lad 8» months, winch will he
jald to the StOikholdcrsAi" their leg»l Represents*
ivc» alter th» lothinrtant.
V JAMES S. COX, PrefJant.
august 1. (iiot.
Si. Kit u
—o - -
HAVE F@k SALE, , fl
AT NO.-35 # DOCK-STREET,
i'ooq Boxes best marbled Soap,"]
80 Boxes Sweet Oil, < Frm on boardth
aoo Half chefls Lucca Oil, i Lcuisa,
7 Bales Paper, | from Ltghtr*, - ,
Parmesan Cheese, J • v
300 Pipes best Bordeaux Brandy,
100 Hogftcad* Claret superior quality,
700 Cales French Sweet Oil, • ■-
60 Cases Catherine Plumbs,
6 Calks Prunes,
400 Boxes Capers, Olives, Anthovies and CoT»
100 do. be ft aflorted Cordials,
DRY GOODS aiTorted for the Weft-lndi*
Claret in cases of a superior quality,
London dry White Lead,
A frm 11 invoice of Coffee,
b & 4 Pound Cannon, monnted.
Thomas Murg&troyd & Sons.
May 10. tuth&s <jf
Port Wine 8t Claret I
In Cases, cft/is Jirst Quality.
Wine and Cyder Vinegar.
In l'ipcs and Quarter Cafk<—For Sale by
BENJAMIN W. MORRIS & Co.
1 ~ A CERTIFICATE
FOB a three quarter Share of Bank Stock of the
United States, No. 38iS'in the name of Joha
Holmes, Jun. has been lost or miflayed and for the
Renewal of which application has been made at
said Bank, of which allconcerried are dtfired to
1 take Botice.
/ PETER TREGENT.
May *0 ____ f '
To be Let, cr Sold,
Eub r together or divided in lots,
A CONVENIENT, Wl I.L rINISHED
And 4 acres of Land
,| OITIUATE in the Village of Attleborough
, 1 Q or r ur l-aties end#, Bucks county. Isime
(tiate pofiWfo n w ill be g-.ven. Enquire of ill?
inbferiter or. the pr«niife« 5
' i ELIZABETH ROBERTS.
>1 NB. Tkel mie of a, Hosts KEOB.£>
' > BOY'for file— Enquire as above.
,[ July %*.
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