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AND FOR SALE BY THE SUBSCRIB EH &,
Of THE SUtJP PHILADELPHIA,
Theodore Bliss, Commander, from Btngi
coNSisnii a of
An affortreent of Piece Goods.
Sugars of the Hrft qualify,
And aoo qr. chelis of superior quality
Wiliings If Francis, and
Thomas l»' Jain Clifford.
Varch J 7 . d.
Elifha Fiflier & Co.
No. &y. North Front Strea',
oy HAND AND FOJI SALE,
GERMAN STEEL, windowglaii, hats aflort
e3 ,in cases, Nails in caflcs, and a large ass irt-
Went of Iryijtpopeery, Cutlery, Sad'ery, Coach,
and Harc.efs Furniture,Brafi and Japanned Wares.
Pini an J No.dles,
WAYNE COUNTY TAXES.
npHE owners of unimproved l»nd» in Wayne
-*■ county, are h»reby notified, that Taies are
bepojne payable thereon far the ycjrs I ■>99 and
1803. fhofe who have not already paid their
taxes, "ire hereby required to discharge the fame
to JOtlW BRINK, Treafurer of Oid
County at NJilford, within three month» Iroci
this date ,otherwiCe proceedings to sale,
to the 3x51 of Affeiubly in ftich cafe provided, will
e had by the Comimffionem for the said county.
Aia S teuton, "1
John Cart <n, V Goramiflioners
Jtbannes Van Ettcn, J
July 9, »800
A FEW HOGSHEADS OF
Jamaica SUGAR and COFFEE,
A Trunk oY Mti, and Woinem' Shoe?,
And a parcel of Tow Linen,
8 by 10, 9 by 111 10 by n and ly by iz.
Any sizes larger than those may be had
<jji being ordered from the; manufailory.
ISAAC HARVEY, Jun'r.
jd wharf foutb of Market ftieet.
Anguft 4. W
«" / '.V. 1 I • • •
Just received by the ship Kensington, from
London,—and jor sale by
WILLIAM YOUNG BIRCH,
IMPERIAL wove and plain,
Super Koyal do.
Post thick and thin do. folio and quarto,
Do. do. do. . het-prefs'd.
Copying machine paper and ink-powdtr for do.
Ink and ink powder, red and black, fine Japan
ink, parchment, quills and pent, penknives,
lealing-wax, wafers, &c.Btc-
A few lets of elegant Map« and Atlas's,
Mahogany writing desks of various sizes.
(CJ™ Merchant's Account Books ready
made, or made t» any pattern on tbe sbort-
A Red Morocco Poikct-Book,
WHOEVER has loft it may receive it an ap
plication at the office of this Gazette, and
paying the eipence of this advertisement.
_ A CERTIFICATE
F«B a three quarter Share of Bank Stock of the
United states, No. 3818 in the name of John
Holmes, Jim. bst '..ten lost or gjttflayed and for the
Renewal of which application ha» bren made at
fai4 Bank, of which allconcerned are desired to
Two or three Lads
OF Reputable Connexions as apprentices to an
elegant and profitable business. Appiy tothe
office of the Gazette of the United States.
August » eolw
FOR SALE—mA COMMUTE
Id the pleasant and healthy town of Newark, New-
Jciiey, about nine mi}es from New-York ;
Also, a eomphrte set of
BOOK- BINDING TOOLS.
THE above is worthy the attention of any
Printer veifhipg to cftjfclilh himfclf in a
country town. The rapid population, and ex
treme j-lc»fantnefs of the t=wn, and it» vicinity to
New Yotk, is a consideration which every person
will ksow how to apyr«iate- It will be fold
very cheap for cams ; or a liberal credit will be
given for one halt of the purchase money, if
Further particulars may be known by fending a
line, post paid, to
JACOB HALSEY, Newark.
July 19 tuth&s aw
Capt. Thomas Nelson,
WHO is fufpofed to he at jrefent in this city
if requelled to call on IVJr. Thomas Ket
land, No 67, south. Float-t'.reet, who has a letter
of confequenc*for,him, which if railed for im
mediately 'lll relate to his particular interafl.
Any person giving informatioa where Captain
Nelson may be fecn will greatly oblige Mr.
Augufl 4. <3-31
tu. th. fa. iin,
f m&th at
B. No. 19884")
19*85 | Each for one stare, in the name
*9887 | dated id January, lßco ;
application, all petfon« concerned, will
please to take notice.
' SAMUEL STERETT.
>ril, 1800 aawjm
To be Let,
For ibe seasons (Jf immediate possessisngivcxi
A very plaafant, healthy
WITH Garden, Pallure Ground", Coa<.h-
House, Ice-House, See &C.—Situa'ed near
the Frgckford coaM, aud about 3 i-» miles from
the city- For terms apply to the fubferiber, in
Cheftiut, abuviE'ghth flreet.
July 18. d6t
Houses to Let:
ONE large convenient three-story Brick
Dwelling-House, with four rooms 011 a
floor, gnj two Kitchens ; there is a pump
of water, and a rain water cistern in the
yard ; situate op the raft tide of Fourth-
Street, one door above Race Street, lately
occupied by Solomon Moroehe.
A convenisut Three Story
With a pleasant yard on the South fide
of Arch-Street, third door above Eighth
Street. For terms apply at No. ti6 Arch-
Augufl 4. m&wtf
Of the Pittsburgh Glass IVorfts,
HAVING procured a fufficisnt number of
the inoft approved European Glali Manu
facturers, and having on hand a layge stock of
the Left Materials, on which their workmen ire
now employed, have the pleasure of alluring
the public, that window- glafsof a fupeiior qua
lity and of any size, from 7 by 9, to 18 by »4
inches, carefully packed in boxes containing
too feet ea h> may behad at the (horttfl notice.
Glass of larger fjzes for other purposes, may
also be had, such as for pidlures, coach glafTes,
clock faces, ice. Bottles of all kinds and of any
quantity may alfp be had t together with pocket
fiafts.picklmjrjarj, apothecary's fliop furniture,
or other hallow ware—the whole at le»ft if per
cent, lower than articles of the fame quality
brought from any of the sea ports of the United
States. A liberal allowance will be made on
sale of large quantities. Orders from merchants
and others will be punflually attended to on ap
plication to JAMES O'HAUA or ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Store of Mefirs. PRATHER
andSMILIE, in Maiket-Street,
March 4, tuihtf,
Filty Dollars Reward,
RAN-AWAY from Gen, Kidgcly of Balti
more, on the aoth inll. a lijrht coloured
negro rain, who call* himfelf WILLIAM
Mc. DONALD j He is about 24 years of age,
about 5 feat 8 inchea high, neat ip his dress, and
has a good suit of kirr. Hid on, when he
went away, a good beaver hat, a thort light
green doth coat, edped with \ellow, and yel
low gilt l.uttons—a light buff caflimer, double
breasted waiflcoat, a p>ir of dark'olive colour
ed thickfett pantaloons—a white linen (hirt,
white ribhed cotton (tickings, and a good pair
of (hoes with ft'ingj. ,He took with hirn a
dirk bloc euat, a pair of olive caftrocr pmta
lnor.s, and a light corduroy pair of br*eel>«» j
alfi> a gold or pinchbeck watch, with a Heel
chain. He is food of fpiritous liquors, is inso
lent, has a ttupid look, and chews tobacco. —
He was bred in Charles comity, Maryland, and
purchased of col. John Thomas by gen. Kidge
ley. Whoever apprehends said nrgro, and le
cures him in any jail so that the owner may
got him again, (hill receive the above reward,
with reasonable charges if brought hem*, or de
livered to Joftiua 8. BouJ, Philadelphia,
may 1 <kf
A Vlivable and singularly eligible
CONSI3TING of two handsome dwelling
houses, with excellent (Uhling for seven horfet,
double cnach-houfe mod completely fitted up; a
beautiful large and valuable garden richly filled
with choice fruit, furrouoded with high board
fence, almofl new. The prenifea are beautifully
fitnated near the middle of Gcrraantown, sur
rounded with rich profjw&s of the adjacent
cocptry ; an orchard ot about 'wo- acres, with a
har.V.fcme lawn at the back of the hcufe.
One boafe b*»b»«» r<Mntly twrtt oa uinn
*«d plan ; tkn othrr ha« Wtaoanpietelf repaue4,
pointed and Bapefed, nod cootna CM nam
aa elegant grtwisg-rocai, fifteen fott by thirty
Th« sent hoafc U well nkabtcd 'for a tare it
either the dry or we* good Km.
The air ind *iur art sntiNlMi tad tkotnt
mt& ewelHac Moot* ia the mjgtrtwt kited.
for Mct]ctlar4«Mßir« tt ike f rlotcz, or of
May 9, dtf
r F'Ht. Proprietors of the Philadelphia and Ln-
X cafier line »f Stages DISPATCH, return their
gratefui thcv.ks to their ftic ads and the public in
general, for the pall favors tley have received,and
inform tfveni that in addition to the regular Line,
fh»y arepio*}dod wkh Carriages, sober andcarcfal
drivers, ta go through betwaen the City and
Borc«gh is two days. Thofc who prefer this mode
of travelling can be accommodated at the Stage
01-*;,Egn of Doited State* Sag]., Market street,
Slough, Downing, Dunivoody W Co.
Nov. 30. it—s
A PERSON polßHing some capital* a oonfi
(krsble (hare of indullry, and desirous of
engaging a 9 a partner in a lucrative business,
m yhear o:' a situation. All pr»pofa!« on thit
Aibjeifl to be in writing, sealed and direiWd to
W. U. J. New York, and left with the printer
of the Gazette of the United States, will be at
A Pi'iatar would find it to his advantage
Notice is hereby given,
THAT application Will be made to the Pr;fident
and I irc&ors of tht Bank ef the United State* for
tkc rercwalof th» following Certificates ©f Shares
in the Bank, which were loft on board the ship
John, of Baltimore, Hugh D%Y«y ( matter, bound to
London, viz : 'v
IV A S HI NG TO N
Published at the
SEAt of GoverhmenT QF tpb UNITED
publication of a go >d Newspaper at
the feat of government, is so ui'eful an
undertaking, both to the government and to
the citizens at large, for the purpole of com
municating State Papers, the Proceedings ot
Congress, and other Intelligence, that the
Editor has of receiving the public
patronage. Having left 1 specimen of th's
Paper with the principal printers and book
sellers at Philadelphia, he takes this oppor
tunity of laying before the public.
1. The Gazette ffiall be publilhed every
day in quarto, 011 a half (heet large royal,
and be delivered to fubferitxtrs in this city
and Georgetown at then places of relidence.
2. Papers.for distant fubferibers shall be
carefully packed up and forwarded every poll
day ; in halt ftieets tu places where the mail
is conveyed every day ; and in whole flieets
to fubferibers at places wWre it is not con
veyed so often.
V It Avail be carefully printed on a good
type and paper, to be enlarged as soon as
lubferiptions and advertifcments will admit
4* The price to subscribers (hall be five
d-liars a year, to be paid half yearly in ad
vance ; or fix dollars a year, one half to be
pud at the end of each half year.
5. Advertifementj will be inserted three
tirqes at the rate of one dollar a square.
6. I'he Gazette (hall contain the earliefl
intelligence foreign and domtfiic—public of
ficial papers, a fkerch of the proceedings and
debates in Gongrefs : with fele&ions and es
says 011 tlie various fbbjedis of economy and
It (hall be conduced 6a a fair and impar
tial plan, open to political discussions ; but
no personal pieces or irritating animadver
licms on parties or individuals (hall be ad
The publication of the Gazette will com
mence on the firft day of p&ober next.
Washington, July (Aug. i)mwl°3w
BY a dscree of th« High Court of Chancery,
made !d a cause, Jamus against Newman,
it ii among other things reforred to Wm. Graves'
Bf,. one of the matter* of the hid court, " to take
ao account of thi Legacies bequeathed by the will
of the teflator, WILLIAM PHILLIFS, late of
Newgate street, London, decc-fcd, and aUo to in
•juire and (late to the court, whether Francis
James, the brother of the complainant's named a>
one of the Legatees in the said will is dead, and
whither he died in the life time •( the testator
Therefore ail persona who can give any informa
tion whether the said Francis James be living or
deaj, and if living where he now rcfides or lafl
refidol, and when a'id at what place, and when
and where he waslalt heard et, and if dead, when
and where he-died, ere hereby reiiuefl«i t«> give
such information tvthefaid William Graves,Efq
at hi, office in Southampton Buildings, Chancery
Lane, London,on or before the firft day of March
mat, oiherwifr he wiil be exclud. 1 the benefit of
The faiJ Francis James wis born at or near
Kidwelly, in the county of Caermarthen, aud il
living, it ab«ut the age of thirty four years, aod
about the year 1779, was a fr.remaft man on board
tlv: Milfcrd, a merchant fcip, belonging to the
port of Bristol, and failed for Jamaica in Septeni
btr, 1780, afterwards he returned to Bristol,
an I in November, 1781, was prefled in King
road, Bristol, aod fenton board the king's frigate
called the Diomede, in which he failed from Ply
mouth en a cruise, and on board of which he af
terwards became a quarter gunner, and deserted
the said fliip at Char teflon Bar ia North-America
in September 1781.
Should any person in the United States of Ame
rica, be enabled togiva information of the above
named Francis James, whether living «r dead, they
are requeAed to communicate the fame to DAVID
A. OGDF.N, No. 69, Stone street, New-York.
gjp, The printers throughout the United States
are requested to putliftuhe above,
Ibis Day Published,
By J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chefnut Street,
(Price »j Cents)
Death of General Wajhington.
In imitation of the manner of Ofiian.
By Rev. John B. Linn, A. M.
Minister of the First Presbyterian Congregation
«• Mr. Chaudron's Oration will be published
Miirch 15. d;
WITH an excellent Orckard, Barn, Pump,
&c. &c. The whole con-lining 17 acres,
situate od the Wifahicon road, between the
third and fourth mile flo«e —Maybe purchased
on rcafonable terms. —Two thirds or the pur
chafc money may remain (secured on the pre
mises and on interest) during three years.
£n<juir. of BONiAL k SHOEMAKER,
No. 1141 South Fnsrth-ftreet, the Sub
scriber, at Mount-Pleasant, adjoining the
premises, or at No. Walnut-ftrert.
June 13. mwf tf.
Baltimore and New York Mail
IS removed from Np. 13 South Fourth street, to
No. 18 South Third Oreet.
An Office for thole ftage9 is »lfu kept at tnr.
Hardy's lun, No. 98 Market street.
General Post Office, April 18.
Of the State of Pennsylvania.
HAVE this day declared a Divideud of Thirty
Dollars of each Share of the Stock of this
Company for the lad fix months, which will be
paid to the Stockholders «r their legil Representa
tives atter th« roth inflant.
JAMES S. COX, Prejidant.
aujjuft t. diot.
ON Wednesday the ill day of Oilober next,
books will be open j n the Office of theFnb
fcd'ber, rcfiding in Franklin, for the faje of ths
Reserved Trails, laiti out by virtue of an a<sl. ot
AJTcmMypaffed the 11th ; 4y of April, 1799.
Qne fifth part of the purchase money to be p iid
at the time ef sale, one fifth part within twelve
months from the day of sale, one fifth part within
two years from said day, and the remaining two
fifth parts at er before (he expiration o! three
years after such sale No contrail to be confirm
ed for fifteen days after the said books Riall be 0-
pened, and the highest price eifcred within that
time will be accepted. All payments made will
Tie forfeited unlofs (he purchaser within three ye rs
from the day of sale makes an actual fcttlement
on the trail j urchafed, by clearing, fencing, and
cultivating at lead two acres fur every fifty con
tained iti the furyey, and ere£l thereon a mes
suage for the habitation of man, and rtlide there
on l*r the fpece of five years next following the
firft fettlcment of the fame; No patents to issue,
unjefs fatisfadlory proof shall be made of such
a&ual fcttlement, rcfidenee, and improvement.
Comm Jfi tier.
Franklin, July 18, 1800.
a "gust 8, d6w.
In the pleasant vilicge of Mount Hilly, Bur
lington County, 18 miles from Cooper's
Ferry, and 7 from Burlington ;
ONE LARGE TWO STORY
Brick - House,
FIVE and thirty feet square, four rooms on
each floor, and a cellar under the whole.—
Lfkewife adjoining, a forty foot front Lot, situ
ate og Mill street, near the market, with a new
Carriage House and Stables on the rear of the
Lot, fronting a public alley. For further par
titulars apply to
MAHLON BUDD, or
ISAAC.CARR. in Burlington.
Wha will (hew the premises and tnake Vtiown
theterms, or of the fubferiber in Burlington,
by whom an indifputahle title will be given.
Burliiigton, July 9, 1800.
July »9 eodtf.
AND TO BE SOLD BY
No. 106, south fid« of Market ft:
(Price One Quarter of a Dollar,)
WISDOM and VIRTUE,
Conveyed through the Medium of
Anecdote, Tale, and Achentvre ;
Calculated to entertain, fortify and improve the
Translated chiefly from the German.
C 5" Said Humphreys has just received,
and is now opening a handsome colle&ion
J"ty 19 s.jt
In tie C't y of Burlington, State of New-
TWO NEW TWO STORY
Situate on Market flrcet,
BEING twenty feet front and thiitytwo fert
deep, each with cellar unJcr them ami kitch
ens ia the rear, likcwife a well of good water in
Four twenty feet Lots,
Adjoining the above premises, one hundred and
fifty feet deep.
For terms of fate apply to the fuVfcribar in Bur
lingcon, by whom an iadifputabie title will be
Burlington, July 9, 1800 (19) eotf
District of Pennsylvania to wit:
BE it remembered thtt on tfce Tenth day of
July in the twenty fif'h year of the Indepen
dence of the United States of America, Alexan
der Addifon of the said Diftridt hath depoftted
in this office the title of a book the right where
of he claims at Author in the words following
to wit, " Reports of cases in the County courts
of the Fifth Circuit and in the High Court of
Errors and appeals ofthe State of 1-ennfylvania,
and charges to Grand Juries of tbofe County
Courts. By Alexander Addifon, President of
the Courts of Common Pleao of the Fifth Cir
cuit of the State ef Penntylvar.u "
In conformity to the a<ft of Congress of the Uni
ted States intitlfd " An aft for (he encouragement
of learning by securing the copies of maps chart,
and books to the Authors and Proprietors of such
copies during the times therein mentioned."
D. C > LOWELL,
Clerk tf tie DiJiriS of Pennsylvania.
The above book is now published. It wilt bedc
livered to lubfcribers by Mr. Dobfoa Bookseller
Ju'y 2 3
That large and commodioiu
At the corner of Arch ar.d NinthJlreets.
TO BE RENTED,
And entered upon this montlt, the House, Sta
ble, Soach-Houfs and Lets, now in the tenure of
Butler, fituitw as above. Enquire at No.
aB, north Fifth ftre'et.
LOST, OR MISLAID, "
ACEKTIFICATE of four Shares ®f the
Bank of the United States in the name of
Bickhsm & Reefe, No 1593, for the renewal
of trhich application is intended to be made at
the said Bank, and all persons concerned are de.
fire to take notice.
May 8. d.^m
ON Sub'ay the inft. a fmill strawberry
coloured MAKE, foorteen hands high,
has three whi'e feet, a white face, about ten
years old. Ary information will be thankfully
received, and if delivered at John Negns s
Ferry, at Market ilrcct, a reward of four Del
ia! s will be paid.
July 17. ? 3'
TO BE SOLD,
A 7 PUBLIC SALE,
On "Fifth Day the gih of Oticbirr, til tie
Mary- <ten Forge
And Plantation :
C ITU ATE part in Uiandywiue towrfhip, aoi
-O part in Werckland, about 30 milts from Phi.
lldctpiiitt.and one and anhab tnile from the
pike ro*d, and Downing's town ; comair.incr
Si out 330 acr-s, with allowance of 6 acres per
ico ; two third* of the land is good wsodUnd,
iome excellent meadow mide, and much more
can be made of the firft quality; the forge it
turned by the main branch of Brandywine Cjetk, •
a forcible Stream, the forge has thre» fires and
two hammers all in good repair. The dam bcinff
found and well backed, and apparamly able to
rclift any frith (not fupernitural) Libewif-there
is aßothcr lively fiream and current of water, thut
empties into the said dam, that rafght be very con
venient for a Grift Mill, or other kind of wate*
works, might be with facility erected; there is 9
good twa-ftory stone dwelling house for the ac
commodation of the proprietor of the works, witli'
an excellent spring and good houfc over it; con
tiguous to the door also convenient none stabling',
with an entry through the mid.- le futficicnt t»
accommodate three teams, beCde.haokney horl«s;.
contiguous to the forge stands a good stone office,,
and a number of conrenienrjioufes for the work
man is ereSed, amply adequate lor the said works.
If not then fold it will he rented for a term of
years. Terms and conditions made known by
applying to '
WILLI AM EVANS, in Witktmni,
or JOHN Marshall, in Thora
N. B. The Sale to commence at 1 o'clock oa
THE undermentioned Certificates of Stock
ol the Bank of the United States, viz.
No. 3804, dated lit July j 7g 6, for ten (harea
f nc natoe of Charles Lovegrtvc of New-
No. »j3»i No. dated 4ft July*
1796, for five (hares each in the name of
Sarah WedgewopdoF Etruria.
No. 19808 —No. 19809, dated lit January,
] 80% for ten (hares each, in tha name of Henry
Waddington, Merchant, London.
Notice is hereby given,
That application is intended to he made at
the said Bank by the fubferibsrs, for a renewal
o£ the fjime, of which all ptrfont concerned
are requcfted to take notice.
WADDINGTON to HARWOQD.
Philadelphia, Jiily - 'o, \BOO. mwl >nf»
300 Dollars Reward.
LASI' ta:urday trg'.t my (k.p in Water
flreet was opened by a fali'e key, and sun
dry articles of JhWi-LLFay, to the amount of
ten or twelve hundred dollars, were carried off.
A«o>g them were, .
Two marrow I'poons marked " Worrock
Likeseflla of Mr James Unbutton and wife, of
Peterlburg—one do. of aMr King one do.
of Mr JoJin Trimble, late of this town, the
back set with a large blue ghTs a»d a smaller
in the ce::tre, under which was a plait of hair
laid (trait, with J. T. in a cypher worked in
pearl. Together with a nnrnter of fancy pf«-i
ces, painted by Sully, whi h cannot now be
recollciled ; 5 Boitfwaiji's Calls ftamocd
The following Watches:
I Gold watch, maker's name Provaa, Paris
I silver do Thomas Gtien, Liverpool. 7703
1 do do. George Bifield, Lcndon, 13JO0
1 gold do. Fr<*nch, no name
I t!». do. John Kyland, London, ijzt
1 fiiver d •. French, r.o n:nt
1 do. do John Hull, • o»don, 744
1 gold do. Rodart, Paris
1 filvcr do. Joseph Kemper Shaw
1 df. do. J. DarH gton, London
1 do. do. No. 9^61
x gilt do. G. \J. Metcalf, Londen, 4T9S
I fiiver do. George Hafwood, London, 2906
1 do. do. J.Smith, London, m
1 double cafe gilt watch, R. Oiburn, Rich-
tro Dollars will be piven for the relioration '
of the jewellery, or ico dollars if the thief or
thieves are also feeured.
Mr Benjamin Morris, the owner of the
Watches which were taken at the fame time*
will alfogive 10s dollars fcr them.
gF The Prmrers at Peterfcurj;, Richmond,
Alex »nd< ia—Haiti men:—Charieffon —and ci
thers, are requested to insert the above for a
OLD Long Primer,
Small Pica on Pica Body,
Englift, Chafes, Composing Sticks, and agrcat
variety of articles neceflary ;o carry on the r'rint
ing Buflnefj. They will be fold oheaptsr calh-
Apply to the Printer.
To be Let, or Sold,
Either together or divided in lots,.
A CONVENIENT, WELL FINISHED
And 4 acres of Land
SITTUA PE ia the Village of Attleborough
or Four Lanes ends, Bucks county. Imme
diate poffeflicn will be given. Enquire of thr
lubfcriber on the premises.
N B The Time of a healthy ltout NEGRO
BOY for fala—Enquire as above.
HIS Svredi!h Majeflv's Confal Geeeralj.aod au
thorized to tranfmSl the Confuiar HuGuefs,
for his Majetly the King of Denmaak ill' the United
States of America, redding at Philadelphia,
Hereby gives public Notice,
That in obedience to recent inftruilionS received
from hh government, it is the duty of all Maflers
of Swedilh ami Danilh ve.leU, hc4<w« their failing
from any port in the said States, to call upon him
or the Vice Coaful. in order to be granted such
Certificates-far their Cargoes, which the exigency
of the slate of the Neutral Commerce an.i the se
veral Decrees of the Belligerent Powers, render*
indifper'tbly n«teß'ary, and, that any Matter cf
vessels belonging to the natiiins, or na
vigating under the protection of their flags, ia
emitting tot*ke-fueh certificrte*, will personalty
ftacd responsible for the consequences.
Philadelphia, iStb December, 1799.