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ene Dollar additional, for enclosing and di
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it must be paid Six Months in Advance.
■ % No Subscription will be received for
a shorter term than six months.
December 1 J 799*
From September 10 —to September 16.
JOHN JURGENS, Mojhr S
•A strong, substantial, sal) filling veflel, (being h«r
second voyage) will commence leading on Wed
nesday next, and will be dispatched with all con
venient fp«ed—Freight will be received, apply
te JACOB SPERRY, E5 1 Co.
Are still ob board, whose times are to be dif
p»fed of—Apply a« iLcve.
r ' THE NEW PILOT BUILT
jEsseS ST. TAMMANY,
at Say's Wharf, above
Market Street, burthen 70t .n«, supposed te be
a remarkable faft failing veflil, and may befit
ted for sea in a few dayr, Inventory to be feeu
and terms of file known by applying to the fub
No. 4, South IVater Street.
ALSO, FOR SALE,
35 Hhds MufcoTadn Sugar.
White and brown Hava-nah ditto in boxes.
East India do. in bags.
Weft-India and Conntry Rum.
Leo Hhd«. MolaiTej.
French and Spaniftt Brandy*
Pepper, Cnfle#, &c.
The remarkable fast sailing three masted
Lying at Walnut Street Wharf; bur
then ah..ut 144 tan#, has made but two voyages, is
OOw in complete order to receive a cargo.
Samuel Emery, Ship-jßroker,
No. 129, south Front strc«t
September 3 dlot
For Sale or Barter,
Will carry upwards of three
jfiyt '.VigtA hundred barrels; fai.s remarlc
'bly faft, and in complete or
der, now lyif.g at Jackson
and Murrit'a wiiarf.
Apply at Ne. aoa, South Front street.
September 5. dst
In the pleasant village of Mount Holly, Bur
lington County, 18 miles from Cooper's
Ferry, and 7 from Burlington ;
ONE LAIiCE TWO STORY
Brick - House,
FIVE and thirty feet square, four rooms on
each floor, and a cellar un ler the whole.—
Likewise adjoining, a forty foot front Lot, situ
ate 0* Mill-flreet, near the mirket, with a new
Carriage House ind Stables on the rear of the
Lot, fronting a public alley. For further par
ticulars applv to ,
MAHLON BUDD, or
ISAAC CARK, in Burlington.
Who will (hew the prtmifes and nuke known
the terms, or of the fubferiber in Burlington,
by whom an indisputable title will be given.
Burlington, July 9, 1800.
July *9 eodtf
Eliflia Fiflier & Co.
No. 39. North Front Street,
HAVE c/rf HAND .AND FOR SALE,
GERMAN STEEL, window giafj, hattaffort
ed in cafe», Nails in caik», aad a large alTort
meat of Ironmongery, Cutlo»y, Sadlery, Coach,
and Hai-ncfs Furniture, Brafa and Japanned Wares,
fins ami Nocoit*.
Gazette $ the ynited
HAV£ a general affortmeßt of best LoDdon
filler fine Broad Cloths and Caffimeres, (of
the newest fafhion) silk stripe and second quality
Cloths., falh-.onabls wairtcoating, ftlk stripe and
twi'Ti N'ankeens, Jean, Puflian, Gingham, Dimi
ty, T1 ickfet, fancy Cord, V<#tvet«, Scarlet, yellow
and white Flannels, Flanders, Irili and brown
Linens, Dowlas, mans' and womens' lilk and
cotton Hosiery, coat and vest pearl, steel, gilt and
.plated Buttons, different colour* Silk Vulvets, tam
boured and Cambric Muflinj, Calicoes, Caliman
cocs, Shiwls, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Gloves
Checks, &c. &c.
9 - 53
- io so
N. B. Taylors' best quality Trimmings all
which they will fell very low.
July *B. dtf
- 5 44 6 16
3 4, & 15
s 46 6 14
- S 47—« 13
• J 49 6 "
S f® 6 so
J ft 6 -9
200 lbs. Mace, 1 ~ .
400 lbs. Nutmegs, J Ol a sil P enor l uallt >'
Jamaica Spirits, 4th proof,
Do. Sugar of the firfl quality,
Holland Gin in pipes,
30 Tierces Rice.
R. fjx K. have also on band, for sale,
Young Hyson, & J- TEAS,
Cogtiiac Brandy, ifl & 4th proof,
Sherry Wine in quarter calks, very nice,
50,000 Spanilh Segars^
And a Variety of other
August 26 eo If
A FEW HOGSHEADS OF
Jamaica SUGAR and COFFEE,
A Trunk of Meii and Womens* Shoes,
And a parcel «f Tow Linen,
8 by 10, 9 by 11, 10 by 12 and 17 by 12,
Any sizes larger than those may be ha:
on being ordered from the manufatlory.
"ISAAC HARVEY, JunV.
3d wiiarf foutli of Market ftieet.
Augufl 4. djw
6500 lbs- New Orleans Indigo,
EnHtJea to Dr&uiaci.
200 hoglheads Virginia Tobacco,
54 kegs of Virginia Twist,
FOR SALE Br
Tunis & Annefley,
0 win iff, fBOO <36t
OLD Long Primer,
Small Pica 011 Pica Body,
English, Chafes, Composing Sticks, and agrea
variety of articles neceflary to carry on the frin
ing Business. They will be fold cheap tor cafl»
to the Printer.
fa tu&th. tf.
300 Dollars rAvard.
LASi Saturday night my (hop in Water-
Ureet was opened by a talt'e key, and iun
dry articles of JtWELLERY,to the amount of
ten or twelve hundred dollars, were carried off.
Among thcin were,
Two marrow I'poons marked " Worrock
Liktnefled ot Mr James iiobenfon and wife, of
Petcrlburg—one do* of a Mr. King —one do.
of Mr Jukn Trimble, late ot this town, the
back set with a large blue glass and a smaller
in the centre, under which was a plait of hair
laid iirait, with J. T. in a cypher worked in
pearl. Together with a namber of fancy pi»i
ce«, painted by Sully, which cannot now be
recolledUd ; 5 iioutlwam'n CalU flamped
The following Watches:
I Gold watch, maker's name Pro van, Paris
x lilvcr do. Thomas Green, Liverpool, 7703
1 do. do. George Bifield, London, 13,500
1 gold do. i'reuclr,no name
1 do. do. John Ryland, London, 3331
I fiiver do. French, no name
1 do- do. John bull, London, 744
1 gold do. Rodart, Paris
1 lilvcr do. Jol'eph Kember Shaw
t do. do. j. Darlington, Loudon
t do. do. No. 9861
1 gilt do. G. M. Metcalf, London, 4195
1 lilver do. Gearge Hafwood, London, 4906
I do. do. J.Smith, London, 212
1 double cafe gilt watch, R. Oibjrn, Rich-
ico Dollars will be given for the reiteration
of the jewellery, or ico dollars it the thief or
thieves are alio lecurei.
Mr. Benjjmin Morris, the owner of the
Watches which were taken at the fame time,
will alio give 100 dollars fcr them.
gf The Printers at Petersburg, Richmond,
Alexindiia —Baltimore* —Chanciton—and o
thers, are requested to iufert the above far a
t». A. (*. 18,
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1800.
' ' ' - ' '1
Saulnier & Wilson,
WOOLEN DRAPERS, MERCERS,
No. 6i, North fide Market-fireet,
ANT) FOR SALE BT
ROBINETT & KISSELMAN,
60,000 weight of
Just imported, and for sale by the
GIDEON H. WELLS.
September 9. it.
4* 2 dlttO BICVICTj
J. 1 HHCIO. x ditto Burgeois,
WANTED—/'/! Exchange, Several pair of Chafes, fey era! cctnpofinp
A FOUNT of Long Primer, weighing 6 frames and galkys, some brass rule,
or 700 111. or u;'wards, and a i our.t of ! Quotations, &c. See. &c: all of the above
Brevier, weighing 400 lbs. or upwards. j will be fold very reasonable for Cad).
September 2. I September S. Cot
By C. P. Wayne, No. 65, South Front-flreet.
On Thnrfday the 18th instant,
At the Dwelling House of the Subscriber,
BOROUGH OF FRANKFORD,
All his HOUSEHOLD
CONSISTING of Feather Beds, Bedsteads and
Bedding ; Mahogany Dining, Breakfaft, and
Card Tables ; Mahogany and Chprry Bureaus ,
an Eight Day Clock, Defies and Book-Cafe ; an
excellent Piana Forte ; Mahogany and Windsor
Chairs, a Settee, Looking GJaffes, Carpets, Chi
na ; a few articles of Plate ; Venitian Blinds, brass
Andirons, and some Drye Goods, and a variety
of other articles.
Aih m tiffimt itj—,A haidfom* and Talnible
Poildiog Lot, fronting to the Main Street, and
a*tjoining the house ot the Subscriber, two good
Horfc*, « Cow, and a Ridifg.Chair with fictl
spring* and plated Harocf*; fix fen Plate and two
Op*n Stove* 1 ,
%* The sale to begin at 10 o'clock, A. M. and
conditions made known hy<
September 10. eod3t
City Commissioner's Office,
Philadelphia, Aug. 261b, 1800.
IN pursuance of an Ordinance of the Select and
Common Councils, passed the nd day of May,
Will be received by the City Coremiflioners, until
the thirtieth day of September next, for renting on
Leaf<«, for one year, •ocoranieme on the first day
of |anuary next, the following Pfibi.c property of
the city, viz.
I. The Wharf and Landing on Vine Street.
*• ditto on Saffafras do.
J Ditto on Mulbury do.
4. The Wharves and Landings ou High and Chef
5* Ditto on Walnut street, the Drawbridge,
Spruce, Pine and Cedar streets, including the
6. The Cellar under the City Hall.
Applications uoay be left with either of the
Commiflioners, or with their clerk, at No. 6 3,
In tbe second or last Class
AUK NOW SELLING ONLT BY
Go. Taylor, jr. at No. 39~) Chefnut
AND C a-
M. M'Conntll, No. 143 j
AL4KGE p rtion of the TICKETS being
alieai'y fait, and the firft of December
positively fixed on as the mojl dijlant period for
commencing toe dra<wing f the price has. with
the conftif i>f the Managers, been raised to
N ins dollars, and will be raised from time to
time until th? drawing is finilhed, according
to circun fiances.
It is to beobferved that by law, the Managers
are obliged "to finilh the drawing in thirty days
fr>>m its commmcement —jnd to pay the prizes
wi;hin thirty days after the drawing is finished.
Philadelphia, Sept a, 1800 tuthfuw
A Tra£l of Land ;
BEAUTIFULLY fituatad on the north fide
' o(U arkowgatk Lan e, divided ir.to three
Lots, containing between 6 and 7 acres each,
adjoining lands of Capt. Hel's, Abraham Kim
zinj, Abiah Brown, John Harriton and others,
it has within a few months part been highly ma
nured ; the' greater part is now in Timethy and
Clover. On it aro several elegant fitualions to
build on. Apply to
tSAAC W. MORRIS.
In the Gi j of Burlington, State of Neiv-
TWO NEW TWO-STORY
Situate on Market street,
BEING twenty feet front ami thirty-two feet
deep, each with cellar under them and kitch
ens in the rear, likcwite a well of (food water in
Four twenty feet Lots,
Adjoining the above premifcs, one hundred and
fifty feet deep.
For terms of sale apply to the fubferiber in Bur
lington, by whom an indisputable title will be
Burlington, July 9, 1800 (19) eotf
For sale on a Credit, deliverable at New-
York or this place. Enquire of
Samuel C. Cox,
No. 83, Market-street.
Anguft 25. ' diw
TO BE SOLD
I'HE undermentioned Certificates of Stock
of the Bank of the United States, viz.
No. 3804, dated ift July 1796, for ten shares
in the name of Charles Lovegrove of New-
No. 253 j,i—No. 25322, dated ift July,
for five shares each in the name of
Sarah Wedjjrwood of Etrurii.
No. 29808 —No. 19809, dated ift January,
1800, for ten shares each, in tba name as Henry
Waddington, Merchant, London.
Notice is hereby given,
That application is intended to be made at
the said Bank by the fubfcrib«rs, for a renewal
of the fame, of which all perfoni concerned
are requeued to take notice.
WADDINGTON & HARWOOD
Philadelphia, July 30, 1800. mwfjm
, GLASS MANUFACTORY.
Of the Pittsburgh Glass Works,
HAVING procured a fufficisnt number of
the molt approved EuropeaH Glass Manu
facturers, and having on hand a large stock of
thebeft Materials, on which their workmen are
now employed, have the plealure of alluring
the public, that window glass of a fupeyor qua
lity and of any size, from 7 by 9, to 18 by 24
inches, carefully packed in boxes containing
100 feet ea. h, may be had at tbe (horteft notice.
Glass of larger sizes for other purposes, may
also be had, such as for piilures, coach glasses,
clock faces, &c. Bottles o'f all kinds and of any
quantity may also be had, together with pocket
flafks,picklingjars, apothecary's ihop furniture,
or other hsllow ware—the whole at least a 5 per
cent, lower than articles of the fame quality
brought from any of the sea ports of the Uuiti-d
Stat-es. A liberal allowance will be made un
sale of large quantities. Orders frrm merchants
tnd others will be punctually attended to on ap
plication to JAMES O'HARA ir ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Storeof Meflrs. PRATHER
andSMILIE, in Maiket-Street, Pittiburgh.
March 4, tuthtf.
"WANTED TO PURCHASE,
By M. M'CONNELL,
At No. 143, Chefnut-ft.
The Bankrupt Law
Was this Day Publiihtd by A.DICKINS, op
posite Christ Churoh—[Price aj Cents.]
A. DIC KINS
HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM
ON THE /
New Political Afpe£t of Public Affairs
In the United States.
[Pri«e 374 Centt j
august is H.
A Young Man,
PERFECTLY verfcd in Mercantile accounts,
and brought up in one of the firft counting
heufes in thii vity, wishes employment as Clerk.
He is at present from Philadelphia, but a
line left at the Office of the Gazette of the Uni
ted States he will receive, and it Au.l be imme
diately attended to. Salary a secondary objedt—
Employment his metive.
augull 11 dtf
LATELY occupied by the Ch«valier
D'Yrujo, Spanish AmbafFador, will be
let e\tt to art approved person or family, on
eafr conditions. It is large, commodious
and elfgant, with coach-house and stables
Enquire at No. 100, Spruce street.
Arch Street, N«. 94.
July 23. eodtf,
Just come to hand,
AND FOR SALE,
BY THE SVBSCRIBER,
SUPERFINE Silesia rouans")
Creas a laMorlaix |
Fine Bretagnes 1 Entitled to •
Do. white jilatillas . debenture.
Ettopiilai and Liitados |
Brown Ruflia Iheetings J
W'uh a general ajjortment sf
British Goods, -»
Which will be fold low ior cash or fliort credit.
SAMUEL C. COX,
No. Bj, Markec-straet
augutt ii - daw
The follswing MATERIALS will be fold
reafonabfc if applied for immediately.
3 Founts Long-primer (partly worn)
2 ditto Small-Pica on Pica body,
2 ditto Pica,
1 ditto English,
*£ ' V"/'*.. *>■
IV.'.e 2 Dollars 50 Cents.
July 30. >'
« WAYNE COUNTY TAXES.
"T'HB owners of unimproved lands in Wayne
■* county, are hereby notified, that Taxes are
become payable thereon for the years 1799 and
1803. Those who have not already paid their
taxes, .1 e hereby required to discharge the fame
to JOHN BRINK, Esquire, Trcafyrer if said
County at Milford, within three months from
this date ,otfcerwife proceedings to sale, areordintf 1
to the ail of Afiembly in such cafe<f>rovided, vvitl 1
« hid by the Commiflioners for the fsid cobnty. "
yisa Stentan, ~i
Jtbannes Van Etten, J
E. Kellogg, Clk.
July 9,1800 d 90t
At Ike Office of the Gazette of the Unitcl
Landing fra.n the ship America, Walte.
Sims, Commander, from Canton,
and fox sale nr ,
NICKUN, GRIFFITH fc- Co,
Souchong, ift &and quality,
Hyson, ift & id quality,
Yel4ow & white nankeens
Lutcftrings, black &color\
-uteftriugs, inaz. blue & dark green")
iinftiaws do. ' r
'erfian taffctis, dark trreen ) oxes "
They bave also on band for sale, received by
the late arrivals from Europe, l?e.
Striped and checked ginghr.ms i agf* ail rrcd,
White figured & color'd Muf- [ calculated for
'inetfs £the Weft-In
\V hite corded dirr.ities | dia market &
Color'd silk, striped Nankeens | entitled to
14 Trunks printed Calicoet,
5 do. do. "J "
3 Bales seine twine (Entitled to
o Cases Englifli Chin- ■
in tea JV-tts
> Calks mineral black, H an
• do. colcother,
3 Calks purple brown, -1
S do. nails affirm^
Jneiilb'fail canvas, No. x, % & 3,
imply w inc bottles,
,0 Guns, 6 peunders, 4
a do. 9 do.
2 do. 9 do. with carriages, &c.
quality (Entitled to
ao Lo£sebony J
Ma y »3- n#<w,tf
~~ A PERSON §|
□ F abilities, integritv and experience in
mercantile bufinef9, would willingly en
i.c, or be concerned wilh any perron 39 pait
;er, as he has an intereA of about one thou/and
>ounds in real eflate iu the city. Pleal'e to ap-
Mayio m&th tf
Twelve Shares ~
3f the Bank of the United States,
d about the ill of May 1797, from New.Yo/k,
>y the Ibip Oseida for London, which was cap
ured by the French, and (aid Certificates loft or
'cllroyeJ; therefore application is mide at the
aid Bank for the renewal of the faaw, of which
ill persons concerned arc desired to take notice.
Philad : September 3, iSoo 03m
A CERTIFICATE, No. 155*9. dated id Jan.
uary 1797, in favour ot Robert LUndlay, of
'harleften South-Carolina, for on: faarc of the
stock ul the Bank of the United States is loft—
.l duplicate of which will be applied for at the said
Notice to the Pilots.
IS hereby given—That ita consequence of the
Beacon on the Brown, being so much injured
's to render it unfit for service, & Buoy with 3.
keg on the mail, will be placed on th»t Aoai.
until it can l.e rtphc. dby the Beacon, of •
which dfie notice will be given.
W. MACPHERSON, Superintendent.
Airguft 16 dtw
Br A. DICKINS, opposite Christ Churn
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
American Revolution, W
In Nineteen Discourses.
Rev. Jonathan Boucher, A.M. F. A, S.
Tfcaa;,'- v.-/ 1
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