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Gazette of the United States.
JI 'NDAY KVKNING AUGUST 25.
We have received a New York paper of
this morning, containing the trial of Had
field ; —part of it will be found in this days
This morning a fire broke out in the
lugar-doule ot A'Jr. Edward Peningtoit, in
R ice street—and did conliderable damage
before it was extinguilTied.
The Editor of the New-York Daily Ad
ycrtifer, promises a translation from a Paris
paper of an mterefting detail of the trial of
the fti'p Pigou, containing a lengthy speech
of the CoininiCT.ii'y General, together with a
late maritime law of great consequence to
merchants and underwriters, which has never
been publiflied in America.
Tha following Marine article we copy
from an Ealter paper :
Wind at S. W. Butter cheap and market
plentifully supplied with provilions ! !
The D'ike of Kent who failed from Ha
lifax (where he has been for two years pall)
on the 3d ipft. for London, has had a fpceeh
made for him by Duane. published in the
Aurora, said 10 have been spoken lately in
London, on the Divorc: Bill! 1
The modeji Duanc tells his readers, that
he receives let'tr; ' admiring the ability
[Quiz] with -which the uora is emdu&cd.
This equais H pkins 3 Hazor Strops.
Extract of a letter from a respectable gen
tleman iri St. "b mas, dated Jitlj 30.
" The Governor of Guadal upe h-$
sent four privateers and 4.00 men ncrainft
Curracoa, to bring »to r<alon the Governor
ot tlut Island. Fh<? consequence of this
extraordiiury exp chtmn is not yet known.'"
Ebenezer Saui d rs, w'!ir> was convifleJ
of r bbing the mail, and imprisoned in the
jail of Annapolis, lately put a period to his
exifterice by laudanum. ,
The United States schooner Enterpriz?,
lieutenant Shaw, has lately taken two
French privateers, viz. the fciioouer I' A'.ole,
mounting ten guns and Se men, and the
schooner Flambeaux, of twelve guns and
98 men. The Flambeaux engig'd the En
terprise nearly twi glafles, when having her
so rem aft (hot away, and the Ente prize
being about to board, she struck her colours.
L,'Aigie was engaged i 5 minutes, and had
f. veral killed and ' wounded ; among the
former was the fir ft lieutenant. During her
last cruise, (he has raptured American pfo
pertv ;o the amount of 295 03 dollars.
The Er.terprize in both these aaionsloft
rone of her crew.
The spirit difplaysd by the enterpnfing
c-pt. Shaw of th« Experiment is applaud d
even by our J ,robins (tbose ofjoreign bir.h
only excepted), to have taken two armed vef
feis of force, equal to their, own. in fair b»t
tle and in one Hi rt cru.fr, has fallen to the
lot of but vrry few'naval command' rs of any
country. Indeed a hiltory of the many iq.
(lances of courage displayed by our country
man b eh in battle and in re-captures t by
fk'll, united wi bravery, would have no
parallel in the naval affairs, even ef Europe.
It was wort! y of remark that tlv fe very
Jacobins w'rn on the firfl appearance of the
letter to Mazzh, called it " ever and anon"
a forgery to injure the' chirafler of Vice,
P.ou fit d that Mr. J< fTn son could no
longer r/bape from the charge, have i ad the
tmparralrled effrdnt ry at 1 ft to juftify its
Thus it has beetr/nne immemorial with
all Ignorant Slaves to mere found, or to the
nioft barefaced pretention.—lf any'worth
lefs individual could find money enoush to
pay for eithrr a daub ot his " effigies" for a
Sign Poll, A Print or i few Puffs in a J j co
bin Paper, with "friend of the people an
nexed—the menfter hence forward might
devour a roifted chjlj, and ki.fs his neigh
bours wives daily..and he would flill find
wretches who would cry ouc with affiled
transports of joy at such incontelLble evi
dence of Lee for ibe People History is
fill'd with d amning proofs of such venalty
in tlx Jacobins of all apes from Abfolem
down to Robespierre and even to the prefrnt
In the cafe of -the Danidi fliip Mn! len r els,
captain I'. ul Boyfen, trom Pfnladclphia to
Anulerdatii, with a valu ble cargo cf i'ugars,
cofler, tobacco, &c. capturtd by the St.
Albans British man of war, and carried to
Halifax, where the ship and cargo (except
a very finall pari) have been condemned
on the fellow.ng grounds, viz.
The several parts of the car?o claimed by
Mi-flYs. Will'on Hunt, Wilcocks Sc Co.
Henry & Hoggs, and ( Davy, were con
demned upon nearly fimiiar grounds, In
the cafe ot Wilson Hunt it appears by his
letter to hii c«rrefpoiideut in Amsterdam,
that a Mr. Saikeld, one of the house of
MrfTr? Barclay & Co. of London, had pre
viously flii}»)sed pr< perty to Amflerdam on
accovuit of thathoufr ; and with regard to
the property on board the Muhlent-ls, the
letter of Wlr. Hunt dated it to have been
iuhjeft to the fo!e direftion of MelTis.
B-uclay So Co. and upon that ground <he
Judge d;croed it to be a trade r rried on
t'Y tie enemy by a Brit;fii ft-bieft, and
tlfrritpon condemned it. •-
I" the cafe of Mcffrr. Wikocks k Co,
their letter to their correspondent "in Hol
*" Nated thru- property (the' not in fiich
I'rong term.? r.j that jbf Mr. Hunt) to be
Tn t0 tlie of MeflYs. Ba;ring
and Co., of London, 7nd-<he Biih of Lading
fperifii-d the Cufke to be delivered to that
House, who wtre alio requeued to give their
approbation to the i.ort'efpoiiderit appointed
">■ MvfTi i. vVilcock's at Amsterdam, and
u ? or ! these grounds the Judge did not think
himl'elt warranted to diftrilgiiiTh Between thi?
cafe and that of Wilson Hunt.
In the cafe of Henry Sc Boggs, the pro
perty was -fhipt to their order, hut the Bill
ot Lading -being endorsed, to Meflts. George
BnfcUy & Co. ot London, and the Judge
conceiving Mr. Henry to be a Brit (h sub
ject, that part of the Cargo was stlfo con- i
demned upon the ground of its going to an I
enemy's port. *
In the cafe of Davy, the Judge con
sidered him to be a Britilh fubjeft, ?.n:t as
the proceeds of the property was palling
through Amlterdam to his brother in Lon
don, a condemnation was slfo r.djudged on
t;~- ground of its being a trader between a
Bntifh fubjeft and the enemy.
1 he claim of Mr. Bohien was ;.lfo rejefl
td, though upon grounds different from the
former 1 he Judge aflerttd him to
* Dutchman, and the property being di
vided into three separate conlignments, de
liverable to persons who were to be advised
at a Julureperiod how to dispose of the pro
ceeds. Ihe court condemned the property
as belonging to the enemy—ln this decision
hefaid he was alf> jultified, by a letter from a
Dutchman in Phila. to oneof tbircoiifignees,
aTioufe'i 11 AniQerdam, containing direftions
to ship property on his account and risk, to
Mr. Bohien instead of himfelf, to mike it
appear B hleu's property, as he had not re
lided a fufficient time in America to become
The refpeflive, property of Messrs. Taraf
con and I h inn was condemned on the
giound of iheir beiiig French' en, notwith
standing all that was urged upon the ground
ot their citizenfltip and long reticence in the
1 he (liip w is condemned upon the ground
of her having been curchafed in an enemy's
port, and no bill of sale or regular convey
ance irom the Frenchman that purchufed
her at Guadaloupe.
It is unnecell\ry to make any remarks oh
the acquitted part of the cargo.
1 For tie Gazette of tbe United States.
1 HE KING and his BEARD.
A certain King was once cut by hia B ir
ber in /having. He was very angry and
forthwith swore that if any B.rber should
thereafter draw his blood, he should instant
ly forfeit his e d. Nothing could be more
unfortunate ; for who would shave even a
kin? 011 such terms ? Butrtbe king's beard
grew notwiihllanding his oath ; he thought
it grew fad r than before. Whether this
was owing to the encrcafed heat and effer
vescence of his fy lem, or was a mere con
ceit of his imagination, I leave for more
learned philofopbers to dil'cufs at their lei
lure. But the fail was, his beard grew on,
and nobody was found bold enough to shave
it. N either could the king 011 any account
recede from his o.th. The wife men of the
nation were called together ; the important
cafe wa- submitted to them, and great
wealth and honours were promised to bim
who should relieve the king. The fitting
of the wife men continued a lorg time.
'• he discusS in wai very learned and very
profr.und on the obligation of oathi ; their
different kinds means rf dispensation, &c,
&c and the debate was animated by the
! promised reward. But dill tbe beard en
crcafed with a flow and Heady growth, and
; regarded not the counsels of the wife men.
1 At length the following report was agreed
011 aid formally mide to the king by the
venerable Prefideot of the assembly—-' that
after difenffi ig he fubjedt committed to
them in ev ry poflible mode ; after feareh
ing the libraries of the learned andexhawft
ing the ormt of logic, it was folemply con
cluded tiiat hismajefty had ma e a veryrafh
and unfortunate oath, but no remedy for it
could be difcovercd." Alas ! said the king,
is this all that human wisdom can do, to in
form us of the ills we already feel, and con
fifs its inability to. lessen or remove them.
'1 lie assembly of wife men was dissolved, and
thty all went home without the-p'omifed
reward; but each was conscious he had
made a very confpicuuus and honourable
figure in the debate This was a great con
solation to them ; but none to the king.
I he king's wife who was greatly mortified
at the growing deformity of the beard, pro
pol d that since the wife men had failed, an
assembly of foo : s should be called, to try
what they could do. The reward Wiis
doubled, for, although fools were as plenty
i i his majesty 3 dominions as elsewhere, it
required a strong temptation to indure them
to own themselves. / After ali the assembly
Wiis but thinly attended, and it was general
ly thought that those who did attend were
not the greatest fools—the greater the fool
the more u likely is he to discover and ac
knowledge it ; the discussion was fliort, and
the result the lame with that of rfie wife
tVien. Alas ! cried the king, is there so little
difference bet we n a man and a/00l !
The one talks a great deal and reasons pro
foundly, but does nothing, the other does
as much and fayi nothing about it. The
Beard by att nding on all these discussions
las become almost intolerable. I will leave
the matter to my wife, said the king in a
fret ; she is midway between the wife men
and the fools. I-'he advised him toJhave him-
Jef. God bless me ! I thought the king
could not shave himfelf ; —pray who told
you so ; I have said no such thirg.
-j We fometiraes plague ourselves for deep
and learned modes of attaining an objedt,
when fimplcones are at hand.
I For tbe Gazette of the ITuirr.D Spates.
' ORIGINAL POETRY.
* " Ton amour, O Fi h: cherie."
Life of my life, thy .charming- smile,
With rapture fires this throbbing breast ;
For thee, thro' day, I'd hear each toil,
And watch, thro' night, to guard thy reft.
Fe.arl-.fs, O seek my calm retreat,
I'll deck each grot, e.a;h bower for thee,
And, 'till tl]is lieirt shall cease to beat,
1 hou (halt be all the world to me.
1 ho' winter drear, with howlim* ftorrn,
! ii - ive from the pliin the vernal b!o«m,;
Thy cheering smiles, thy allge 1 form?
Shall make a spring, ilsid/w«9ter's gloom.
And (hould the florms of life arif-*,
My foul fh.ijl never know despair ;
I'll look for comfort in thine eyes,
And in thy'arms forget each care.
My life, my Zimia, when thrni'rt jiear,
What t rani porta in my bosom roll !
1 hy name, thy gentle voiee to hear
Is music to thy (hephtrd's foul.
How quickly throbs my anxious heart,
My life, my Zimia, when thou'rt near ;
But fore'd, dear maid, from thee to part,
That heart would built with deep despair.
* See No. 111.
ExtraS of a letter from the private Cabinet of
Tipp oo Sultaun. taleei\from a very rare an I
ojfiiial work publijbrd at Calcutta We
shall continue our Extratls.
Scringapatam, the 2d of 'pril, 179 7, the
s'h year of the French Republic
TippooSultaun the victorious to the Repre
fe> tativtj of the people residing in the
isles of France and ®f Re anion.
Ct TIZENSREPR'S NTATITES,
YOU cannot be ignorant of the friend
fhip my *arher and my elf have ever enter
tained for the French. I fought f»ery op
portunity of proving it during yours rtrier
Government and I have dons all in my pow
er finee the commencement of your revolution to
make tno-wn to you the fentimen s of my heart.
From want us opportunity an I of inter-.
; course with persons acquainted wi.h your
j cnltoms and manners, 1 have not been able
■ before this lime to inform you of my inten
j c ons. A fortunat' chance hrs sent me ci
j tizen Ripaud (one of the officers) who at
myrequeft, has answered all the qutftiong
which I put to him. I ronfider him to be
; worthy of my confidence, and from w'.at
1 lie has told me, I perceive it it now the mo
ment for me 10 revive the friendship tuhith I
have a ways entertained for vour natiou, I ac
knowledge the foblim ty of your cbnftituti
on, and as a proof of my sincerity, Ipro
pofe to your mtion and to you a treaty of alii
a ■ce andfraternity, which shall be for eiter in •
di/Jt/ablc and fha Ibe so nried on repub lean
principles, offincerity and of good faith ; <oihe
end thai you and your ' nation with myfdf and
my people may become one fa mils ; thai the
fame oath may bind us far life or for death;
that your enemies may be mine and those of my
people ; and that my enemies may be conjider
t.l as yours. Thus do I with henceforth to
treat with my allies You now fee my dis
position towards your country, when 1 /hall
receive a proof of yours, I' will falfil my
promises, but Citizens- Representatives. I
will not fulfill these engagements with you
until I fee your forces a: well naval as mili
tary aduallv arri ein India. During the
lad war (it is with regret that I am obli
ged to recall to your memory the disasters
which my fritndfkip fbr the French nation
has brought upon me.) I maintained with
zeal and courage, all the pretensions of the
French. The English, the ambitious En
glish, not having fufficient confidence in
their own ftrengtk and courage to attack me
singly, formed an alliance with the Matrat
tas and the Nizam, and attacked me in ev
ery quarter. At the very moment when I
was 011 the point of conquering them, the
French army undej- the command of M. do
Cofiigny, received an order from M. de
Buffi to abandon me, though I had paid
them well, and they were in want of no
thing : but what filled me with indignation
was, that those orders extended to M. de
Lally, who commanded a body of French
in my pay, to withdraw himfclf with his
party, this I oppnfed and on jnlt grounds.
From that moment, my axmy became dis
gusted. Reduced singly to my own re
sources, and abandoned by my allies, I was
compelled to make peace, with the lols of
halt my Dominions, and three Ct-ores and
thirty thousand Rupees in specie. Behold
what have been my losses, Representatives !
What is pall is pad : I have cited these
truths in order to apprize you, that if I
fh>uld declare war against your enemies, I
will not be deserted, nor (hall you have the
power of makmg peace without my previ
ous content, nor without includmg myffclf
and my people in the treaty. For the se
curity of our reciprocal friendfhip and good
faith, it is necefiery to stipulate one pre
limina-y condition. It is this, as my peo
ple are ignorant of the customs of the
French Republicans, and as the Republi
cans are equally unacquainted with the cus
toms of my country, if one of the-citizens
of either party should violate the customs of
the other, he shall be reprimanded immedi
ately by his own superior, without any in
terruption of the good understanding and
harmony, which ought to subsist between
good allies. I insert t! is clause. although
Citizen Ripaud has allured me, that the
obfervanee of the mod severe discipline and
of refptft for the laws exists in the Repub
lican army : Mine shall always be conduct
ed in the fame manner. I require also that
| the commanding officer (hall always confu't
me on every measure which he may under
take for the deftru&ion of our commoti en
»ny, because I am acquainted with the coun
try its customs and manners. This is a
reservation that he cannot confidcr as offen
fi"e. Happy moment ! tbe time is a/me when
I can dspr.ftl in the bosom of rr.y friends, the
hatred -which I bear againjl these opp effors
of the human race. If you wilt ajfift me, in a
Jhort lime, not an TnglifhmanJbaU re. lin in In
c*ia ; you have the power and the means of ef
fusing it, by your free negroes, -with these new
citizens ( much dreaded by the Engltjh) join
ed to your troops »f the line, <we will purge In
dia of these villains Th' springs which I
have touched have put all India in ma ion, my
friends are ready to fall upon the Englijh ; for
every thing here rely on my discretion. Tour
enemies, as I have apprized you, Jball be mine.
Now you are apprized of my defigr s, delay
not to imform me of yours, but make no
promises which you cannot perform. I
i have retailed citizen Ripaud to answer your
j letters, ana I will gi»e him a salary worthy
I of the situ it ion which he holds near my per
son I entreat you not to be offended with
him, but on the contrary to approve of
what he has done, and to quiet his appre
hensions of bring considered a3 a deserter of
his to' ntry and of his colours, (a laudable
motive which intetefts me for his welfare)
I request you to authorize him to remain
in his present ftatioil with me for the ser
vice of his country, of your colonies, and
of my ft If. I detained him, nor did he cort
fent to remain till afte* much fo'icitation, be
ing extremely attached to the island of
Bourbon, to which he b longs. In cafe
you (hould consent to my proportions, it is
necessary fliould know the ex entofmv
power to aflift the French Republic, and
Gazette Marine Lift,
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.
Ship Lovina, Ste henfon, Liverpool 53
Salt & Coal, B W. Lowe.
Brig Lib rty, Henderfqn, Amflerdam 60
Merchandize, S Girard.
Sloop Nancy, Clark, Richmond 12
Coal a d tobacco.
Arrived at the Fort,
S' 'p Hope, E 'iqonion, Jamaica, via N.
Castle ; Rum, to Savage and Dugan.
Brig Sally, Davidfon, Cape Franeois ;
Coffee &c. to A. M'call.
Brig Polly and Mary Anne, Bingham,
Baltimore, 19 —fugara.
Brig Sulannah, Cummings, Port Republi
can j left it the 31ft July; coffee and fi»-
C Jtne up from tbc Fort.
Ship Jefferl'on, Morris
Slitp Abigail, William ,
-Sloop Supply, Cox
Sally, W bb
Ship Lnvina, Stephenfon, failed from Li
verpool the 28th June, in company with the
Gen. Mercer, bound for New-York, and
(everal others. Aug. 7. in lat. 40,00, N.
long 64, 30, W- spake the (hip Caledonrfa
from New Brunfwick for Jamaica. Left
at Liverpool ieveral,American veiTels, among
them the Miflouri, of Philadelphia Th"
brig Friend/hip, Rinker' of and for Philadel
phia, failed from Liverpool, and put back to
repair damages sustained iu a gale of wind,
and failed again a few days before the
Brig Liberty, Henderfon, left Amsterdam
the 2ptb June, Remained there, (hip George
M'Collom ; (hip Planter, Jacobs ; (hip Mar
garet, Groi3rt ; and brig Trypbenia, Ar
nold, all of and from Philade.phi<i.
Ship Farmer, Gibfon, from hcace, haa ar
rived at Hamburg.
Bng Franklin,-Morris, failed from Ha
vanna the 10th inft. and was left in lit. 28,
long. -8, bound to this port.
Brig Neptune, Jones, 54 d.iys from Ham
burg to this, port, was spoke in lat. 36, long.
68, all well.
Sloop James, Neftritt. from heuce, arriv
ed at Jamaica after a pafTige of 20 days.
Schr. Governor Clinton, Allen, from
hence, has arrived at Port Republican.
NEW-YORK, August 23.
Ship Favorite, Barnett Liverpool 54
Aflrea, 8001, Jamaica
Grand Turk, do
Agatha, , do
Rebecca Gardner, Bay of Honduras
Brig Penelope, Porto Rico 18
Schr. Dispatch, Seaman, St. Thomas it
Fanny, Nixen, Havanna 11
Americans, Pierce, D;marara
Dolphin, Green St. Kitts 32
Sloop Cleopatra, Troup, Martha Brae 25
Induflry, St. Thomas at
Minerva, Bell, Curracoa 24
Sally, Martinico 18
Schooner Matilda, Stephenfon, has arri
ved at Tobago.
Brig John Henderfon, French, has arrived
The captain of the Agatha, died ten days
after he failed.
Yesterday arrived, brig Commerce, Childs
21 days from Tobago, via St. Thomas's.
Brig Iris, Cafaigne, Barcelona, 44. days.
Brig Fanny, Wade, 32, days from Grena
da, via St. Thomas. Lit 36, 42, long 63,
10, spoke brig Neptune, Jones, 54 days
from Hamburgh, for Philadelphia.
Schooner President, Gayfoi\, from Vir
1 ... • ' •' ,• •
Schooner Syiva, Montj^rrjrf-'/!#• *>
S,ho6fler £*Aor t * Cjhife; ,»k day«' : 6»i>'
•WTWjmV. .;• •>•.. . '
*• yr. ■
Witli heart* -ftmitne*t< <■■ •
* IM tqaft profoon4 ««! the ••<''
criberi,, in tV.e - thj;
•n &o»rd tht Rifuig s ur)) think it, w d»tj£ :
bus publicly t<r rendtf oxJr mofl gratcfid
clfnowl?dgem;nu. to C»pt*i(i ©eorge How- ...
tint, for ifie Rudjr, upright, and inpirtSll
:onduA which fie h<s unjtoraily ftfJ>portciJ, . ■ >
loth at. * milter, of a yc.nVI 4 a|jd atr.ytf
luruanity, during the whole 1 of nAf ■' •
From Londonderry.' / ' \ '
P»tt Dun kiii iJernattl M'Xqfc V' J *
MathewKiftg. , )oh»;MuHa*.V -
Henry I>inftrcre _ Samnel
Mieh. C«n*ran ' John ■.!■■"•
Chrißophtr Hanagal 'William Qcf \
Edward Ford - «Robert Crtwtft, ■J"*-,--
John Talbot 1 Janvi M'GUoghHflV
Hugh Fowlty. • , Jwjta.Hollent; ' ■'■
George GaHigher •-■ i v
BALTIMORE August 22.
Schr. Minerva, Ducham, i2daysHav
The brig Franklin, captain Andrei*
Morris, of and for Philadelphia, from Cam
peachy, and last from the Havanna, came
out with the Mamrva, parted from her in
lat. 28, long. 78'
Left there Maria, Murphy, of Baltfmc
to fail next day ; (hip Sally, Brown, of
to fail in 8 days.
Spoke a large /hip off the Capes
in but from the frcfhntfsof the wir,i
notlearu what (lie was cr where
rj* a meeting of the Federalifis nf this
city, will be held ,*t Mr. Dtmwoody's ta
vern, Market-ft re'et # This Evening, at 7
Philadelphia August istb rßoo.
Letters for the BntiHi Packet Leicefier,
for F .lnioutfi England, will be received at
this Office, until Tuesday zi September, at
12 o'clock Noon.
N. B. Ihe inland Portage to New-York
mud be paid,
A11 1 ":ft 25.
For sale on a Credit, deliverable at New-
York or tliis place. Enquire of ,i?
Samuel C. Cox,
No. S3, Market-ftrcet.
_A Ships Boat
oars, drifted last night from V rie iirpct
p the fame, and will de'ivfr ;t to Ca: 1 aa
utgens, on board the Ship Anns. from Ham
lurj;, oppofite Vine Itrcct wliarf, will
receive a suitable reward.
Aug" ft 25
IN THE PRESS.
A New andinterejling
bt maria edgeworth,
For Literary Ladies and the Parents 'ant, and by
RICHARD L. EDGEWORTH,
F.R. S.andM.R I. A.
SuVfcrip iioii will he received vy Thomas Dob
fon, ecoiid Street Philadwlphia, and Zachsnah
Poulfon, at the Philadelphia Library ; by Drown
and Sta'.:fb«!ry, and by George F Hopkin*, New
York; Thomas and /imJrews, B .fton ; Ifancßow
ers, New Hrten, aiid the principal Booksellers in
the United States and at the Office of this Gaz-
Officers of the Navy,
AND others, who arc cTefirous of becoming I
acquainted with the ioßawing very ess -nthl j
improvements in Nav gation, viz—The method :
of finding the 'Latitude by a (ingle altitude of the '"A
fun at a:iv hour of t e day ; and of afcertai:;ing
both Latitude and Longitude at once by a Celei- 1
tial obfervatioii, th* Lunar*, and new form* of J
journal? lor fhip# of war, with additional columns, H
miy hear ot a per tan »-ea<.lT 'o mftru& them at -
their apartments, who has expends of t&e ahove .
so Amplified by explanations ot figures, marginal fl •
refcr-nces, See-that they may be uu in a I
few days j Vy applying at No. 93, south Second
ftrcet, ©ppofite the City-Tavern.
Hs engages to teach Navigation (the common I
method of keeping a journal at fca) in 6 days.
He has taught the Mathematics, French lan
guage, &c. for many year® in diff tent univer- -J
fitie?>, and (hips of war, to which he has been
regularly appointed—He has alf© had considerable
pra&icai experience in furveyint and bo©k*k.ctp» ]
ing ; ia which he gives private ledlures, /
His terms are low and accommodating.
He wilt open
A Marine and Commercial H
At soon as a fui'able room caa be procured, for
which 1 generous price will be paid. ■
ICP Tie business of cn Agent and In
terpreter faithfully transacted.
August a.?. eod tf
/"vLD Long Primer* 1
Small Pica on Pica Body,
Englifb, Chafes, Cornpofing, Sticks, an 1 ag eat :
variety of articles necelTary to rarry on the Pint
ine Business. They will be fold aheap t»r cafe-
Apply to the Printer,
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