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To be Sold
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT,
(the Bth inst )
At the Merchants' Coffee-.House,
For approved endorfeil Notes, at 2 and 3
3-j The new and fast sailing
fllll St. Tammany,
Now laying at Say's wharf, above Market street.
Inventory may be fern a' No. 4, south Wjter
street, and at th» time of faK
Samuel Yorke, Auctioneer.
September 1 f
For Sale or Barter,
■" 1 Will catry upwards of three
sUhundre-! barrels; fai's temark
'/ ihly faft, an 1 in complete or
c'er > now 'y' n ß at J ae kf i>rt
4nd Murris's wharf.
Apply at Na. 2d, South Fr< nt flreet.
September 5. djt
JOHN JURGENS, Majt r i
A ur njr, luhftantial, fall failing velTer, (beinji h«r
fccond vovage) will commence leading on Wed
nesday n xt, and will be dispatched with ail con
vet.ient fp«d—Freight will be r ccived. apply
t0 JACOB SPER.RY, W Co.
Are fti'l on !i..ar.l, while ti i-es MO to be t!if
posed of—Apply as above.
For Freight or Charter
® WEST INDIES,
~ Jeremiah Blanchard, Matter,
at Beik'» wharf (the second be
low Market street) is ready to take in a cargo,
and will ciriy about 50: barrels-
Apply to said matter 011 board, or to
Isaac Harvey. Junr.
3d wharf south Market (treet.
" . FOR SALE,*
ibU fast tailing ftm masted
a r Vilnot S(r«« Wh«rf; hur
h» o» ebui twaTßjr«je»,i«
» *r4<-r to rrcfifc *
; BnTtlurr • f _
Samuel Emery, S®p-Broker,
Mo. I»9 loatliFrou; «tn«
W di t
AMONG which are, Farmers, Gardner!,
Sadlers, Inilrument makers, Gold and Sil
ver Smiths, Linen Weavers, Joiners, Pot
ters, Masons, Taylors, Tinners, Shoemi
ktrs, Printers, Hatters, Bakers. Painters,
Soap Boilers, Bel! Founders, kt. See. whose
times are to be difpofeu of.
Apdr " n board the Hamburg ship Anna,
eapt. Johti J itrgens, laying in the Stream a
breadt of Vine Street, or to
JACOB W Co,
WHO ARE LANDING
From tai vetf-1 from Hantburg. and have on
hand, received by the lall arrivals,
Eflopillas " Coffee Mills
Quadruple Silefias 5 Scythes
Boccadillos 5! Tapes of all de£-
Creas-a-la-Morlnix I = j Ouills k Sealing
Caflerillot *or r b"} Wax.
White Rolls S Eaces Sc Edgings
Coutils |- Decanter*
Flanders Ba/i Ticks J. Gill tumblers
S, 9, J l_T ravelling Cases.
15 Pipes Coniac Brandy and 600
Phila. August 20.
Saulnier 8c Wilson,
WOOLEN DRAPERS, MERCERS, &c.
No. 63, NetthOde Market-(I reet,
HAVE a general ass rtment of hell London
fuperfine Broad Cloth» and Caffimeres, (of
the newest fafhion) silk stripe and second quality
Clotha, fafhionaM* waiftcoating, silk stripe «nd
twill'd Nankeens, Jean, Fustian, Gi igham, Dimi
ty, Thickset, fancy Cord, Valvets, Scarlet, yellow
and white Flannels, Flanders, Irilh andJirown
Linens, Dowlas, mens* and womens' lilk and
cotton Hosiery, coat ar.d veil pearl, (l<"el, gilt and
plated Buttons, different col ursSilk Velvets, tam
boured and Cambric Muslins, Calicoes, Caliman
coes, Shiwls, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Gloves
Checks, &c. &e.
N. B. Taylors' be ft quality Trimmings all
which they will fell very low.
July 28. dtf
A Tra£t of Land;
BEAUTIFULLY fituatad on the north fide
ofhARfcOWGATE Lane, divided into three
Lots, containing between 6 and acres each,
adjoining isnds of Capt. He!s, Abraham Kint
ziu", Abnli Brown, John Harrifon and others,
it has within a few months past beenhighly ma
' mired ; the greater part is n"W in Tim thy and
Clover. On it are several elegant fituaticns to
build on. Applv to
ISAAC W. MORRIS.
To Gentlemen Farm
DECLINING fatming, win off-r at • uwv
file on his Photit'ion, oppnfirc >Te«b ild's
1(1 at d on the.Delaware, withm t«M wik* of
Hordentown, state of New-Jer ey, «"> Saturday,
13th September next at * o'clock, his IWk f
Horfea, Cattle (moftlv faj) an 1 about eighty
Si eep, f I'jrften of whieh are R»cis. The prin
cipal part of hath Ewes and kam< are an excel
lent breed His plantation he will hold :or sale
t.ll nexi fprinp, when if not sol lit will be
rented. Terms of fa e mide kaown at the
THOMAS Ft. JOHN.
The fubfcri"ber has received in the A Polio,
from Liverpool, a Quantity of
Hill's Old London particular Wine,
In pipes, hhds. & qr calks.
GIDEON HILL WELLS,
atlguft 4. mw&l 4.W
A OU AN T IT Y
of remarkable fine
n Hoglheads, Barrels and Bags,
FOR SALE BY
august 23 diot^
TO BE SOLD,
A 7 PUBLIC SALE,
On Fifth Day the 9th ot Ottober, 0 n the
And Plantation :
SITUATE part in Hrandywine township, and
part In Werckland, about 30 mi!«s from Phi
lad Ij iiia,and one and an hall mile from the Turn
pike road, and Downing'i town ; containing
about 330 acres, with allowance of 6 acres per
too ; two thirds of the land is good woodland,
some excellent meadow made, and much more
can be made of the fir ft quality ; the forge u
turned by the main branch cf Branny wine Creek,
a forcible Stream, the forge has thre« fires and
two hammers all in good repair. The dam being
fownd and well backed, and apparently able to
rcfift any frelb (not supernatural) Likewif there
i< another litely dream and current of water, tha:
empties into the said dam, that might b? very con
ve iient for a Grift Mill, or other kind ol water
works, might be wirh facility ere&ed; there is a
good tw<*-ftory stone dwelling-house for the ac
commodation of the proprietor of the works, with
an excellent soring and good house over it; con
tiguousto the door also convenient Hone stabling
with an entry thr-ugh the mid lc iulßcicnt t»
accommodate three teams, b»fi kshoakney horitfs;
contiguous to the forge stands a good stone office
and a numVer of convenien' houfas for the work
man is ere&ed amply adequate *or th* fa id works
If not then fold it will k e rented for a term ol
years Terms and conditions made known by
WIU.I \M F.VANS, in Willistovrn,
or JOHN !VURSH<W.L, in horn
N B. The Sale to commence at I o'clock oh
ON Saturday the 23d August, ran .1 way from
the lubfcriber! living in Harrifburgh an
apprentice to the printing business, named benja
min tvlornfon, a lad ot about 16 years of age,
small of stature and very a«£live, (hort hair and of
a fmiing countenance-*-Ha lon and took with
him a oalico coatee, a pair f trowfers nearly
the fame, a pair of common ra'ikecn ditto, and a
hwmel tin lye celoureJ itriped ditto, and a ftort
jeefcet of the fame, with a new hat-—All perfjns
forbid harbi uring said apprentice at their
p<ril. Reasonable charges will b« paid for secu
ring the boy, so that his master may get him
Harrifburgh, Sept. I
'T HE commanding Officers of corps, de-
I t jchments. posts, garrif n'. snd recruiting
panics, belonging to the military eftabliftiment
of the United States, are to report to, and
receive orders, from Brigadier-General Wil
ktnfon, in the City of Wafoingtsin, and all
officers on furlough are to report themselves to
the fjme officer with all poffiMe dispatch.
£5" All Printers wi'hin the United States
who have publith«d invit jti;>ns for contrails of
the 13th of March last are requefled to insert
the a t> »ve in their refpcdlive papers, once a
week f r t»s months.
AND FOR SALE,
AT DICKINS'S BOOK - STORE,
Opposite Chrifl ■ Church,
AX ASSORTMENT OF
Philadelphia, Aug. 6.
A good second band
ar.d an excellent family
FOR SALE, Cheap —Enquire of the Printer.
September I mwfiw
Ihree Lents Reward,
UN away from the Subscriber on the evening
£V. of the inft. a bound Servant GIRL,
*an.ei Elizabeth HowcUel, had on and took with
her three different changes of garment and money,
proud, bold and impudent, a noted lyar ; any par-
Ton apprehending her fhallhe entitled to the above
reward—ro ro9-8 or iharges will be paid.
Ni B, She had a years and lomc months to serve
DANIEL FITZ PATRICK.
Gofaer, Towufhip, Cheft«r County, July *9-
august 6 Jawtf
August 4t/i, 1800,
Secretary of War.
A NUMBBB af e Oiil on baan* the Pip Anna,
fX from Hamburg, lying abreaftof Vmeftreet
whar in >U ft ream, confining of mechanic. of
almost livery d f.nptinn, farmers and oth«s whe
are anxbus to V rcv>lf r»*«» D. fircs to com
mence losing the vgffel, their tiroes wiU be d.f
pofelof at the low rite nf 80 D >1 ars f.r their
paffatre. Apply ° rl hoaid the flvp r to
JACOB SPERRY H G».
For Sale, or to Let,
In Cbc-snut Strata
Near the corner of Eleventh street, at present in
the tenure of Mr. A. M'CaU—Pcffeffion m f y he
had tho first ot November next, or fooncr if re
quired Apply to
September 3 $
Baltimore and New York Mail
IS removed from No. 13 South Fourth street, to
No. 18 South Third fired.
An Office for those flakes is ilfo kept at mr.
Hardy's Inn, No. Market street.
General Post Office, April 18.
A PERSON poflefling some capital, a-confi-
J\ derable share of induftty, and desirous of
engaging as a partner in a lucrative business,
may hear of a situation. All proposals on this
fubieift to be in writing, sealed and direiled to
W. R J New York, and left with the printer
of the Gazette of the United States, will be at
tended to. „ .
a Printer would find it to his advantage
A Valuable and singularly eligible
CONSISTING of two handsome dwelling
houses, with excellert (tabling for seven horses,
,!oubl« coach-house moll completely fitted up; a
beautiful large and valuabla gardwi richly filled
with-choice fruit, furreunded with high board
fence, almon uew. The prcmifes are beautifully
fituats-d near the middle of Germantown, fur
reunded with rich profp*<sls of the adjicent
country ; an orchard of about two acres, with a
handftime lawn a' rh« back of the house.
One house has been recently built oh an appro
ved pljn ; tbe other has been completely repaired,
painted and papered, and contain ten rooms with
in elegant drawing-room, fifteen feet by thirty
The new house is well calculated for ft (lore in
either the dry nr wot good line.
Tht air and water are ur.riy.dUd, and there are
some mod excellent schools in the i.eighborhood.
Por raruculars ecl'ure of the Printer, or of
' Mk. potter,
on the f rcrnil'es
ON WedneWay the id •'ay of O&oher next,
1 looks -vill be . pen in the Office of the Sub
frriber, 1 siding in franklin, for the sale of the
clerveilTrafts, laid out by virtue of an ad ol
tremMypaffed the Uth day of April, 1799—7"
One fifth part of the purchase money to b p i
at th time «f file, one fifth j art within twelv •
months from the day of sale, on< fifth part wi hin
two years from said day, and the remaining two
filth parts at er before the expiration o three
year* after such sale No contraA to he confirm
ed for fifteeii days after the said hooks shall fce o
pened, and the highell price offered within that
time will be accepted All payments made will
be forfeited unlefsthe purchaser within three ye rs
from the day of sale makes an actual settlement
u th? trail ; urchafed, by clearing, fencing, and
.ult.vating at leatt two acres f< r every fifty con
tained in the survey, and ereit thereon a me'-
f age for the hahita'ion of man, and rtfide there
on »r the space of five years next following the
firft settlement of the fan.e. No patents to iflue,
unlrfs fatisfaflory proof shall be made of such
aftual settlement. refidenee. and improvement.
Frcklin, July >!■ i9co*
District oj I'ennsjhania to nut:
BE it remembered that tin the Tenth day of
July in the twenty fif'h year of the Indepen
dence of the United States of America, Alexan
der Addifnn of the hid Dift' ifl hath dep filed
in tliia office 'he tit eof a book the right where
of he claims as Auth-r in tho words following
to wit, " Reports of cases in the Count,' courts
of the Fifth Circuit aivd in the High Court of
Errors and appeals of the State of Pennsylvania,
and charges to Grind Juries of those County
Courts. Rv Alexander Addifon, President of
the Courts of Common Pleat, of the Fifth Cir
cuit of the State »f Pennlylvanu "
In conformity to the a£l of Congrefsof the Uni
ted States in titled " An acsl for the encouragement
of learning by securing the copies of maps charts
and b oks to the Authors and Proprietors of such
copies duriae the times therein mentioned
* D.Cv LOWELL,
Clerk of the Dijlrid of Pennsylvania.
The above hook is now pufelifhed. It will be de
livered to lubfcribers by Mr. Dobfclt Bookieller.
J »ly 1 \
Bank of the United States,
August 23d, 1800.
Bills on Amsterdam,
At sixty days sight ;
Cafli will be paid,
At the rjte of Forty Cents per Guilder.
A Red Morocco Pocket-Book,
WHOEVER has loft it may receive it ?n ap
plication at the office ol this, Gazette, and
paying the expencc of this advartifemenc.
Tie Unexpired TIMF> of & BLACK 801
WHO has three years and five months to
fcrve ; he is lober, honest, a good wai
ter, and underftawds taking care of horfefl. in
quire at No. 60, t'ock flre«:.
July i<j. eoJ'H
Houses to Let:
ONE large conven ent three-story Biick
Dwelling-House, with four rooms o» a
floor, and two Kitckens ; there is a pump
of water, and a rain water cistern n the
Y3rd ; situate on the ealt lide of Fourth-
Street. one door above Race Strett, lately
occupied by Solomon Moroche.
A coiivenieut Three Story
With a pleasant yard on the South fide
of Arch Street, third door above Eighth-
Street. For terms apply at No. 116 Arch-
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Gen, Ridgely of Balti
more, on the 40th intt. a light coloured
negro r.'.an, who calls himftlf WILLIAM
Mc. DONALD ; He is about 14 years of age,
about $ feet 8 inches high, neat in his (lrefs, and
has a good suit of hair. Had on, when he
went away, a good beaver hat, a Ihort light
green cloth coat, edged with mellow, an 1 yel
low gilt buttons—a light buff caffimer, double
hrealted waiitcoat, a pair of dark olive colour
ed thickfett pantaloons —a white linen thirt,
white ribhed cotton stockings, and a good pair
of (hoes with ltrings. He tock with him a
dark blue coat, a pair of olive calhmer pan'a
loona, and a light corduroy pair of breeches ;
also a gold or pinchbeck watch, wi'h a fieel
chain. He is find of fpiritous liquors, is inso
lent, has a stupid look, and chews tobacco.
He was bred in Charles county, Maryland, and
purchased of col. John Thomas by gen. Ridge
ley. Whoever apprehends said negro, and le
cures him in any jail so that the owner may
gat him again, shall receive the above reward,
with reafonahle charges if brought heme, or de
livered to Joihui B. Bond, Philadelphia,
WHO is about taking his departure from
hence to the Weft I dies, wh«re he in
tends to reside, will undertake to tranfafl busi
ness on the molt reasonable terms for Mer
chants who may be inclined to intruu him with
their commands. .
He would likewise w'.fh to be concerned with
a perlon of refpeaability here, who may be de
sirous of such a connection.
*** Apply at No. 116, North Front St.
Aug. 22. fOdIVV *I
Ibis Day Published,
By J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chefnut Street,
(Price %s Ceau)
Death of General Wajhington.
In imitation of tht manner of Oflian.
By Rev. J"HN B.Likn, A.M.
Mimftcr of the First Prefoyterian Congregation
0- Mr. Chaudron's Oratun will be pub'.iihed
on Monday morning.
And to be Sold by
No. I*6, fduth file Market Street,
Reports of Cases
Argued and determined in the
HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY ;
The Right Honorable WILLIAM SCOTT,
Micbaelmat Term I 798.
By Charles Rob'utfon, LL. D. Advocate.
Volumk I.—Part I.
These Report will he continued regularly;
The fecund Part which conclude" this Volume is
row in the prefo, and will be publifhcd with all
the expedition possible,
Augu t 13,
' r'HB Proprietors of the Philadelphia and Lan
-1 carter line of Stages DISPATCH, return their
grateful thanks to th*ir friends and the public hi
general, for the past favors they have received,and
inform them that in addition to the regular Line,
th«y ara provided with Carriages,fober and careful
drivers, to go throi%h between the City and
Borough in two days. Those who prefer this mode
of travailing can be accommodated at the Stage
Office, sign of United State* Eagle, Market street,
Slougb, Downing, Dumvoody Is" Co.
Nov. 30. 1 2t }
Tne public are refpe&fully informed that the
First v olume of the above Work is printed and
will be immediatly delivered to the fuhferibers.
Those Gentlemen who have expreflei! a wish
te fee the manner in which it is executed before
they become fubferibers, are requested to call at
W. Y. BIRCH's No. 17, south Second-fli eet.
It isprefumad that or companion it will be
found fuperier to the London copy.
Aug. ai eod '
A Printing Press.
Apply at the Office of the Gazettebl
the United Stat;«.
A PRINTING PRESS complete,
Old Lcwig Prir.er,
Small Pica on pica body (r>ew and old
Englifb, (two small founts)
16 Line Pic?, &c
Sundry Frames, and a great variety ot Oince
Irofi work of apr nting-pre!*,
$$ They will be fold cheap for cash—Apply
at the office of the Gazette of the United
Br A. DICKINS, opposite Christ Church,
CAUSES AND CO MS F.&UENCES
OF T 11 E
In Nineteen Difcourfcs.
Rev. Jonathan Bquchfm, A. M. F. A. S.
Price 2 Dollars 50 Cents.
CHINA GOODS* '
Landing fron tin-' ship America, Walte.
Sims, Commander, from (.cu,t:t,
jti/i) for sjile bt ' r
NICKLIN, GRIFFITH'ts* Co.
Souchong, ifl & and quaiit j,
Hyfun, ift & id quality,
Yrllow & *rhite nankeens
Lutcftrings, b.ack &tolor'd ( In Boxes
Sinihaws do. C afTortedi
Satti*s do. J
LutefUiugs, maz. blue y&datk green In
Sinfhaws do r fc oxes>
Persian taff tas, dark green J
Tbey have also on band for sale, received bv
the late arrivals from Europe, *Jfe.
Striped and checked ginghams i ag<r« ass rted,
White licurcd & cclor'd Muf- | calculated'for
Unetts fthe Weft-In-
White corded dimities I d!a market &
Color'd (ilk, ftnped Nankeens j entitled to
14 Trunks printed Calicoes,
5 do. do.
3 Bales seine twine
10 Cases Enplilh China ware,
in ica !'< :ts
6 Caflcs mineral black,
I do. white,
10 do. colcothfr,
3 Calks purple brown,
9 do. Londoa porter in bottles,
Englilh fail canvas, No. i, a & 3,
13 Pipes old Madeira wine, 4:1
Gunpow> er, H J
Empty wine bottles,
10 Guns, 6 pcur.ders,
ig do. 9 do. with carriages, &a
jßo,ocolbs. Ceribon coffee, lit")
quality (Entitled to
ao Log! ebor.y J
OF abilities, integrity and experience in
merctntile bnfinefs, would willingly en
gage as CLERK to a merchant or public of
h or he concerned with any person is pait
r,er, as lie has an ; nter<-ft ot about one thousand
pounds in rea) elUte in tl e city. Please to ap
ply to the Printer ; or a line left at the office
for B Y. will be attended to immediately.
May jo m&th tf
Of the Bank of the United States,
"\T O. »J95» to 1596} iuclufive, in the name of
iN Thomas Mull tt of London were forward
ed about the ift ol M'y 1797. New-York,
ty the (hip Oari'la lor London, which was cap
tured by the French, and 'aid Certifieatcs loft or
deftrnyed ; therefore application is made at the
fai 1 Bank for the renewal of the sams, of which
all persons concerned are defied to take notice.
Philad : September 3, 1800 d3m
At the corner of Arch and NinthJlrectt.
TO BE RENTED,
And entered upon this mnntb, the House, Sta
ble , Qcaeh-Houfe and Lots, now in the tenure of
Mr-jor Butler, Otuare as above. Enquire at No.
28, north Fifth ftratt.]
A CERTIFICATE, No. 15519. dated lft Jan.
uary 1797, in favour ©1 Robert Lindfay, of
Charleflen South Carolina, for one (hare of th:
stock of the Bank of the United States is loft—
a duplicate of which will be applied for at the said
Notice to the Pilots.
IS hereby given—That i» consequence of the
Beacon on the Brown, being Co much injured
as Jo render it unfit for service, a Buoy with a
keg on the mill, will be placed on thit lhoal,
until it can be replaced by the Beacon, of
which due notice will be civen.
W. MACPHERSON, Superintmdant.
August 16 daw
WAYNE COUNTY TAXES.
THE owners of unimproved lards in Wayne
county, are hereby notified, that Taxes are
become payable ther.oM f'nr the years 1199 and
I g o . i:: ! : who 1 iva n-t alrea.lv psni their
taxes re herd'y r q'irrd to discharge the fan,e
to JOHN BRINK, Esquire, Trcafurer «f said
County at Milford, within three months from
this date otherwise proceedirfjs to sale, according
to the ail of /. flembly in i'uch rife provided, will
e had by the Commiftonern for the laid county.
J 'ln Cms m,
Je&annes Van Eiten, J
E. Kellogg, Clk.
July 9, 1800
At the Office ot the Gazette
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That large and commodious
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