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PRICES OF STOCKS.
Pdiladelfuia , September 30.
Old 8 perC«nt Stock for cash ioß~\ O ~ per cent
Six per c™t. (net amount) do. 86 ( ■? "
NaVy do. do. 86 (~ %
Three per Cent. do. jj) ai
/ Deterred, - do. 844*
U*.NKUnited States, do. a.
i —— - Pennsylvania, do. aj iy-'-
• North America, do. 50
Infurante comp. N. A. Ihares 10 per cent, be
Pcnnfylvania, (hares, 41 per cent, adv,
Turnpike Shares 10 per cent, under par.
Bridge (Schuylkill) Stock, par.
Eaft-In.tia Company of N. A. none for sale.
Land Warrants, 45 dolls, per 100 &cr«s.
Water Loan, 85 per cent.
COURSE OF EXCHANGE
Bills on Lon. Ac 30 days for cash 170 per ct.
Do. do. 60 days do. 168J do.
Do. do. 90 days do. 166 2-3
Bills on Hamburgh at 6® days 36 a 37 cts.
per Mirk Banco
o®. in Amfttrdam, 60 days 39 a 40 cts. per
Or 7he Carriers of this Gazette,
have been strictly forbidden either to
sell or give away, any of their papers;
and should the Editor detect, or re
ceive information of any person at
tempting to seduce them from the line
of their duty, he will employ legal
means for redress.—lt has become a
serious inconvenience, and those who
are friendly to the interest of this
paper, are requested to give such in
formation as may be in their power on
the subject, and ihey will confer an
obligation on The Editor.
|C7* It is requeued that Gentlemen who
re ncgleaed by the Carriers, will not per
mit several days to elapse without giving in
formation of Inch negleA ; but immediately
give notice. They shall be served re
The attention of the public will be fixed
by the very important letter, in this day's
Gazette, of Thomas Pincknby, Esq. 011
the iubjedl of a letter signed John Adam.,
and purporting to be addrelled to one Tench
Coxc, which is pronounced by Mr. Pinckney
a Forgery, calculated fir electioneering
purp9fes, or, if genuine, founded on a misap
prehension of persons.
The Ele£lion for infpeflors, in the
above ward is to be held ?t Mr. Smiths Ta
vern in Walnut flreet, three doors above
Front Urcet, on Saturday the 4th of Ofto
ber. Federalize be at ysur poltt on that
Be it remembered by the independent free
men of Artierica, that the persons calling
themselves Rtfuf- icons and friend's to the
pefple, confiding chiefly of United Irishmen,
run-aA ay Scotchmen and English convicts,
have declared through the medium of one
of their Democratic papers, that they wish
the enemies of the French Government [iict
the enemies of the A eriran government J
to be laid prostrate at their feet and become
bumble suppliants for me, cy 1 I !
It appears that those brave fellows who
are in the military service of the United
States have been ordered to quell the Ne
groes. Hence those Virginia Demo's who
a few days lince flighted our veteraus and
contemptuously called them mercenaries, now
look up to them for falvatioti.
The fellow who is fstid to be attempting
to effeit a reconciliation between four Jaco
bin candidates for one office, has endeavour d
to make the deluded mortals who read the
Awora believe, that a hand-bill, lately cir
culated in favor of one of the candidates,
was printed at the office of the Gazette of the
United States. '1 his adds but one more to
the numerous lift offalsehoods put>l ifhect daily
in the French Jacobin Gazette, and one
tbovsand would be deemed trifling to I'ecure
a share of one hundred and seventy-jive thou
The Cock-fighter, Tim Matlack having
•one day gaff'd himfelf, by putting on a long
sword, was met by a friend who wiflied to
know why he wore a Rapier-
Tim replied, it was to defend his liberty
As to properly rejoined the friend, it is
well known thee never hadft any ; and as to
thy liberty, thou art now indebted to thy cre
ditors for that.
This worthy belongs to the addressing
fommittee composed of Tench Coxe, F. A.
Muhlenberg, Sammy Bryan, Jacob Carpen
ter and the Cock-fighter.
Our lifrertiee and property are in blessed
Stephen Sayre the noted speculating bank
rupt banker, formerly of London, who was
however in Franct during all the reign of
blood and terror, from whence he came to
this country in the service of Talleyrand, has
prevailed on thatpoor whirligig' Jofey Bloom
field to join him in an i'mmenfe speculation.
viz. to convert alf the pood people of
Jorfey to Atheists and French Jacobins, on
which Sayre espe&s Mr. Jefferfon will make
him Secretary of the Treifmy, and poor Jo
fey is promised by Sayre the place of Gene- al
Hamilton as Commander in Chief of the
Armies of the United States.
• * 'relet from Essays on Political Socirly,
now priming by M . William T wig.
In Surveying the political fceneexhibfted
on the weftem bemifphere, the atteet'on i?
attradled by that interesting phe tomenon a
Council of Statesman, convened by legisla
tive delegation from different parts of the
empire to consult on the general weal,and to
prupofe w'wt they should deem moll advife
able for meliorating the political system.
In that Council, are to be seen, men *c
rurtomed to the walks of science and to the
fceri»s of a&ive life ; men experienced in
policy and in arms ; of noble minds and
polished manners ; pillars of state, formed
to support, well as to o n«ment, the
fabric of the social order - To regard them
as but " the cerinthian capital of polished
society," would be far, I trull, from flatter
ing that dignified council in which Wash
Too intent on the interests of their coun
try, too conversant in great affairs, too
great in their real hcnois, to fuffer the dig
nity of their public character to fee de
graded by the illufious of pei fonal vanity,
the framerß of the American constitution do
not appear to have thought of themselves,
except in common with their countrymen.
They were not vain enough to believe, that,
to guard against the dangers of their person
al influence, they ought themselves to be
fubjefted to a species of o'lracifm, and be
proscribed from administering the consti
tution which they proposed. Ip a word,
they were not vaio enough for that
ostentation of of difintereilednefs which ,
prevai ed in what was called the Franch
coriftitiiting afiembly. If they were i
free froM this the more amiable species
of varity which displays itfelf in poli- [
litical insolence: '1 hey did not require
a proportion of their own number to be
designated for administering the propo
Having completed the laborious work for
which they were delegated* the framers of
the American conftitutiou tefcr it to the
will of society, t rough the medium of leg
islative authority; and thenfelves revert to
the mass of cuite»s. Not a single function
of public administration, have they exerci
sed during the tim of their beinij convened,
nor have the ordinary operations of govern
ment been suspended for a moment.
The form of pol tic.il aflocia'ion, which
th-y pro f ofe<J as the rcfult of their
labours, is to receive its authori.ative txifl
• ncs from he of society Nothing is
yet ch nged ; tut an event us (over ign im
portance is appra.ichiu*. A revolution,
without parallel in the annals of empire, it
hallening to its accomplifhnKnt. Tht effi
cacy of reason s the force on which the
whole depends. To introduce a new form
of government, there is no appal toini.ru
ments of death, ao display of constitutive ar
mies, no forced choice of tw. thirut march
ing into office through the blood over the
corset ef their countrymen.
At 1 ngth, the ii tional will is maniteft
ed ; The prior form of government is
entomb-d in the commencement of a new
order of things. Society, recognizing in
political omnipotenc has wil.ed its perma
nint constitution. The c-nftituted author
ities are executing that w'll.
It is an order of things commencing un
der the dominion of reason and peace.
The renovation of empire, like the rejuven
cfcence of nature, exhibits the woild at a
wakiog to life. Young and fair as the
morning of spring, a moral aurora has ap
peared. A nation is regenerated. From
the Weft, the glorious morning springs up
the front of Heaven.
ExtraQ of a letter from Virginia.
The (lave holders in our county will no
longer permit the Aurora and other Ja
cobin papers to come rto their houses as
they are convinced the late ihfurre&ion is
to be attributed entirely to this fouice and
to incendiary handbills and pamphlets from
the fame presses.
Murdered by Savage Frenchmen, for
fighting like true Spartans under their
own Flag, in defence of their pro
perty and in honor of their country.
From the N. Y. Daily Advertiser.
The information relative to the maffacree
of the Americans at Curracoa by the Fiench,
as Hated in a morning paper of Saturday,
was received by the Britilh schooner Alex
ander, capt. HafKngs. We have endeavor
ed to lift the bufinels, which is Hated in
those words by capt. H.
" On the 2d Septembera French privateer
failed from Guadaloupe, and captured an
American vessel, on board of which (lie put
a pnze-mafter and crew, av.d ordered her for
that port. She was afterwards re-captured
by the Britilh (hip of war Tamar, and sent
to Port-Royal, Martinique, where (be arri
ved on the 6th. Oa board of this veflel,
(then in possession of the French prize-mas
ter) were found some French newspapers
printed in which dated that the
expedition which had failed from that port
against Curracoa had succeeded, and thai the
Americans who had assisted the Dutch were
all maffacreed. This the French prize-mas
ter on examination before the authority, at
teiied to as n:atter of fa£l."
NEW YORK, September 19.
Arrived, lchooner Alexander, Hastings,
Vlartin.'que, twenty days. August 6. on
he ourward pal Tag? from New York, Lit i
tide 10, 20, longitude 62, co, recap; nred
he American brig Rambler, Captain Bell,
belonging to Mr. Yard, of Philadelphia,
which had been taken seventeen days oefore
an her pafi'age to St. Kitts, by the French
privateer schooner Three Friends, Captain
Roach, of sixteen guns, from Guadaloupe.
Carried her into Martinique, and delivered
her to the American Confnl. Left there,
Capt in Johnson, in the (hip Ann of New-
V. which had been capturtd by the French,
and afterwaids retaken by the British
letter of Marque Experiment. She belong
ed to J. ar.d S. Wat ion, was taking in bal
al! and to fail in a few days.
The United States schooner Experiment
j7 had captured and carried into. St. Kitts a
9 French Letter of Marque schooner of fix
guns and forty men, after an atlion of one
hour and twenty minutes laden with coffee.
From the 19th to the 22d of September, from Guadaloupe, Captain H. saw a French
lure were ip deaths in Norfolk of the Ff- lugger going into St. Kitts, prize to the
va . Uuittrd States 'hip of war Conasfticut.
For the 72 hour 3 preceding Monday, Sun
rife, there were 56 deaths in Baltimore.
Tot:>l number in the hospital sick
with the prevailing difcafe,
Discharged cured since last report,
Gazette Marine Lift,
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.
Bruj BefSeld, Bremen 84
[ Wines k Lineits ; Pratt Sc Kentzing
Schi. Hannah, Crowel, Barnflabls r.v
[PUifter Paris ; to C-iptain
Sally, Boam, North Carolina 5
Harriot, R.ifco do. , 5
Sloop Jay, Jacks n, New-York, 11
[Lime, ko Capt.
Arrived at the Fort.
Brig PerlVverance, Swain, from St. Kitt's,
ltit there 30th August, Rum and Coffee,
Croi.ke Stevenfon—»jO|This vefl'el was
.published yefterdjy as consigned to J.
Hollinglworth, through mistake.
Ship Swift Packet, Richards,' Surinam ;
left it gth August ; Molafles, to N. and J.
Brig Gay fa, Griffen, Havanna ; left it
7th September ; Sugar & feg.irs ; to J.
Schooner Cartinella (Haddell, prize mas
ter) prize to the brig Eigle, froiK St. Tho
mas'"! ; left it the gth ifift. in Ballast.
schr. Sukey, Stone, from hence, has ar
ched at St. Jago de Cuba.
Brig Beaver, Elliot, from hence to the
Havanna, was Ipoke on the idth Septem
sloop Independence, Duffill, has arrived
at Savannah, from this port.
Ship Molly, CaWert, from Liverpool to
this port, was spoke ou the 12th Sept, in
iat 43 22 N. lonng 4S 50 out 28 days.
Ong. cf the fh.ps reported below has pro«
ved ro be the Tilghmai, Hawkins, 52 days
Schr. Virginia, Watson, from hence, has
arriv d at Charlelton in $ days from the
Fam Lord's List August 19.
Arrived at Gravifrnd—Camilla, ,
Virginia—Sul'mina, Shallcrol's, Philadelphia
A£Uve, M'Dowal, ditto ; Superb, Trial,
Hoflon ; Minerva, Brown, New-York—the
two last have failed.
Arrived at Liverpool j Jacob, Coin, N.
London ; Eliza, Choate, Boston.
Arrived at Deal ; Minorca, Brown, Nev-
Yerfc ; Superb, Trial, New-York; Sul'an
nah Shaller, Philadelphia.
Arrived at Clyde—Amsterdam Packet,
Crocker, New-Yoik ; Little John, Stinfon,
A'lived at Cowcs ; Petronella, Knap,
Arrived at Guernl'ey; Fortuna, Sheflfcus
Arrived at Bremen ; Diana, Hetfi, Phi
ladelphia ; Vigilante, Meyer, Baltimore ;
Specula, Courier, Baltimore.
Arrived at Dublin ; Bclvidere, Rols, Phi
BOSTON, September 2 2
Arrived, Shi)) Madifan, Hartley, 44 days.
Liverpool, damaged 111 a late gale. Off Cork,
fpofir*? (liip Amcricj, and a New-Bedford
both from Norfolk, bound in.
Brig Neptune, Dodve, Greenock, 43
days. Left there, the Amfterdum Packet,
Croket ; Huron, Hill ; Mary, Lunt ; Mary,
Felts; and Braiulywiue, Miller, all to fail
for New-York, in a few diys ; Kuflell,
Gibbs, New-Bedford, for Ncv.-Ynrk, ; Lit
tle John, Stevenfou, of Wife. f.'et, !or;Charle
fton. Sept - 2, l it. 46, 20, long 44, spoke
barqtif Neptune, 23 day's from Charlelton,
for Cork, Sept. 11, lat 44. long y2> 48,
spoke (111p Jicob, 32 days from Liverpool,
for Portfmouthi Sept. 12, fll in with the
fi/hing fchr. Edward, Simomls, of Salem,
which had beew so much injured in a gale as
to Induce Ihe captain and crew to abandon
her, and they were received on board the
Neptune, Sept. 21, spoke fclir. Union, of
Hingham, which had loft hercaptnin, (Smw)
and a man (Higgins) who were swept off
the deck, with a boat, -main-boon), fail, inc.
&c. in the gale of the Bth inft. Gav« them
til;- boat taken fr< m tie Edward.
Si me d ay, Schr. Sqlly, Sw»£cy, from
Arrived, Peggy, Coates, Newfound
land, 16 days.
Arrived, b'ig Lark, Stoddard, 60 day Li
verpool : dainaged in tw > severe gales of
wind, the Bto, & 17th infl. with lols of boat,
bulworks, kc. one or two people very much
hurt ; foolte nothing but what lias arrived.
Sdiooner Nepiune; Byrd, twchty.fcven i Madras, January 18.
%' Newfoundland. On the 10th On the ritii ult in lat 20 15, north long
"iet with a gale of wind, but received 110 da- 9 44 east, the American ship Atlantic in c®.
n " a g e - with the Eliza Anne, made a figna' at ten
Schooner Liberty, from Richmond, 7 A M tor a fail in the 1$ £ quarter, captairi
da p- Barker ' e -.nd iio'id in tile wellward.
At 4 P M'. the ftratige fail hoifled Eng
'ilh r lours, upon which captain Barker did
■he fame, about half an hour after, the fail
oeing within gup-ftwt to the windward,
hauled dt.wn the E g'ifh ensign and hoisted
the French n;>t oral flag, fifing at the fame
tin e time a hrr.idfide on the El zs» Anne
which in.ftantly returned.
H th (hips t. -w kept up a brisk fire, which
co 1 t; 1 m 11-. 1 ~j, hour and ten minutes, the At
l.M.c .1!!'. firing upon the enemy with her
iix pound; r , ami then wore lh ; p to pet into
t'iol'er atVmn ; tl-.e en< my fheertd off for the
night At f.fty rut s p.ft i'.-ven in the
morning, the Atl'a tic commenced the aftion
by ta! ing her to the wirdward, within pif
minutes the Fiench fl:i;> hauled h:r tacks on
board, at.d bo.-t away, having all her pumps
Were it not for the Gentlemen Cadets
and other pallet gers it wi-t.hi l.nve been im
polCbie tor captain Barker to have fought,
having [oft thirty tix of his crew by the
U'tirvy ; nor tnuft we ntrtt to n.e 11 'i 11 the
'il'llanccot two l,.dv p.-fTeiva-rs, who, enter
!>'. into the lViiiil ot the cm t ft, k pt hand
-110; up cartridg' " during the engagement,
md in pteparing a fui ther fopply during the
Three > f the Cadets on board the Eliza
vere (lightly wit B If®, biit none killed.
Arrived, brigs Eliza, Savannah ;
John Hendtrfon, Frerch, Amsterdam, ,
tchrs. Richmond, Pratt. St. 'I homas; Wil
liam, Copp, Savannah ; Liberty, Cortelyoh,
Richmond ; John Vinning Buflcirk' Do.
sloop Rising Sun,Wi!fon, Havanna ; Char
lotte. Step, Antigua.
Cleared, (hip Olive, Jnhnftori. Cape
Francois ; brigs Dorfey, Ells, Port Repub
lican j Hannah, Hall, Montivedo ; Mary;
Schr. Betsey, Purtella, has arrived at St.
Schr. Beliona, of this port, to Port Re
publican had been taken by the French and
retaken by the British sloop dt war Echo,
and sent to Jamaica.
Ship Veous, Stanton, arrived at Cork in
33 da y*-
The Trio, from Greenock got np lalt
evening. The ships Huron and Amsterdam
Packet were to fail in a few day for this
There were below last evening twenty
fail, fume of wli ch reach d the Quaran
The brig Eliza, from Savannah (below)
is difai*tted—loft 100 bales coiten off ueck
and a man.
There is a brig on shore at Cramberry
Span (h brig Nueva Emprefa Joseph Sev
altos from Ver\Cruz to Malaga, valued at
50,000!, sterling, was captured on the firft
of Augull la It after a chafe of 9 hours, in
lat43-N. and 37 long, by the British sloop
of war, P.uto, erebrus EJgell, clq. com
mand r and carried to St Johns, Newfound
lanJ, where she arrived fafe an the nthof
Ship Patty, from Jamaica, is loft on
Arrived fchr. Commerce, Robinfi>n, St
Bartholomews, 20 days. Sai ed nr.der con
voy cf the U. S. Sloop of war Baltimore,
in ca. with 11 fail, 1 of whi;h was a Swe
dish brig, Larraber. for New-York.
Schr. Flyi g Fish, Leech, N4lk, 20
day. Sailed under convoy of the U. S.
Ship of,war and the brig Eagle,
in co. with 65 fail. Sept. 15; fpokt the
British Privateer ship Duke of Kent, on a
cruise from Liverpool to Nova Scotia.
Brig Elizabeth, William*, from Jamaica,
Spoke off Cape Antonia, sloop Minerva,
Beekiey, from Jamaii a, to Charleston, and
Almenia, Burbank, from Jama ca to New-
York. In lat 28 00 fp ke brig William,
Cl .rk, from Jamaica for New-York.
BALTIMORE, Septembere 28
Arrived the Danish schooner Nonfuck,
capt. Darrell, 13 days St. Thomas.
The Homeward bound fleet, of about 70
fail, under c nvoy of the Maryland flcop of
war, and brig Eitgie, were to fa l nsxt d y;
but it was uncertain whether they could get
out, owing to the strong southwardly breez
There had been a hurricane at St Tho
mas's on the lit inft. which laded about 7
or 8 hours, during which 9 fail ot the con
voy were blown ashore, and two totally loft,
one was the Brig Paragon, of Baltimore,
capt. O. Hicks, »efle! and cargo (fait) loft,
cr*w and captain favcd—the owner, Wm,
C. Elmley, was drowned. The other was
a Britifli ichooner, belonging to Martinique,
bound to New-London, vessel and carg loft,
captain & crew saved An English (hip
(one of the convoy) loft her foremaft and
bowsprit, and one man killed— 7 were got
off without dawage— Brig Kcnwick, Len
niar, was in the fleet for this port, and seve
ral others, names unknown.
Lat 34 long 74 on the 16th spoke a
schooner, D. Boulh, master, from Turk'*
Island to New-London, with fait, out 19
days in want of provisions, which captain,
Lat. 35. 30 long 75 Sept 18 spoke Abi
gail, Hyer. from Jamaica, to New York,
out 48 days, in want of water and provi
sions supplied him also.
Arrived, (hip Nestor, White eight weeks
Liverpool. Saikd io co. (hip Hope, Daw
fot), for City Point.
August 7, in latitude 48, 44, N long
itude 14, - .W. spoke brig Fame, of Sa
vannah Newell, from Buenos Ayres, (river
Piatt) ninct three days out, to Hamburg,
On the 2ift, latitude 41, Jongtitude 39,
spoke (hip William and Mary, Dicklon,
from London to Norfolk, out (ixteen days.
On the 25th, latitude 40, 30, 10-.igitude
32, spoke t'.e schooner Hero, Carver, from
Figuera to Boston.
On the 27th, latitude 39, 10, longitude
40, spoke the schooner Hepfey. Clarke,
fifteen days from Boston, to Mad ira.
September 15, latitude 36, 33, long
itude 69, spoke the (loop Anne,ot Norwich,
from New London to the Weft Indies, ten
days out, had loft his stock off deck, and
loft his foretopmaft in a gale of wind ; was
obliged to put back.
September 18, 120 mi es S E. C. Hen
ry, spoke fchr. Apollo, nine days out from
New York, to Wilmington
Arrived, fchr. Polly, Btatty. St. 1 ho
mas. Left the Maryland v>ff 'he Cap s.
Brig Neutrality, Fric Schroder, eleven
Brig Dispatch, Noble, twenty eight days
Schr. La Puhna, Richard Thomas, prize
matter, captured by the U. S. tcho< ner
Enterprize, Captain Shaw, on the 15th
of August. off Dcfeada. She mounted 4
guns, which she threw over in the chace,
1 aud had 3S men-
MR QUE3NF.T, wl hr?fpe& inform* his pu
pils andthe public in jrei eral, tha* he intendi
opening his Acader y. pnMon. ay the 6th of Oc
tober , at his new afcmbly room, No, 64, south
Mr. .Qnrfnct is thankful to the Ladies and G'.n
tlemen, ior the liberal encouragement he has ex
perienced every Jtifon ~-!re was defircus for foa C
timi ■uraet'\v,i'..i i r i.r",e:..au ot whom the cha
racter and talents, tduld, united together O.lerve
the confidence f.the public *. deprived of lu«h ad
vantage, Mr always thought propfe? to
divide an i fix the number ot f upils ; but thi* leaf
on tbe f.hool can be improv <1 one third faoritf
g to introduce Mr.- Auriol, as an >.fn ant to
him, ar d a person of ebi ) ? y. 1} e 1c oi r (hall
be attended three times a week as ufual—< . itiie- in
the morning ; young Gei t'emen in the afternoon 5
and grown Gentlemen in the evening.
N. B. The fir!) pra& firg hall iii private for the
scholars, wili be a lew days alter the opet irjgol the
Ichool ; ar.dthefifft bull wilileon i fctirldav, the
16th October next.
Ma. AURIOL lately arrived frcm Paris, re
peat; uliy Informs the public in general, \h~t hav
ngfometime to dupoft of, he will attend those
-adiea and Gentlemen, \vh© wish to be caught
private at their own hrules.
his lo f .in£; are a; No 32, south Third Ureet,
*here directions can be kit with his lady if he if
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United States, ) ~
Penntylvania District. 5
BY virtue of a writ of venditions exponas to
me diredted, llised out of tli- Circuit Court
ot tie Uiii;eii otatcs, in ant! ;or the Pennsylva
nia Dillnct, will tie expo fed to public sale at
the Merciiatl ' Collet . o.jie m the Gity of
Phiiadeldhia, on F.Lay the oth day ot OAo
bcr next at
rlit, ctta'.c aU'l mt:ie
anj tu tao thoUiiid acrei
on Fine Creek in i/.e
Seized ami taken in exc
property of CXiver
SbUaitlpbia Sept 29,
ii the evening, all the
\ot 1 iter Ir'ol'nck, in
choice, lan tiiuate
county or LyLVmn.g.—
rt'uiion and to be fold as
th ■ SB ir
>e ready in a few days
to the Capfa n oft:
harf, or to
LI AM i'OUNG.
/ the laid rtiip and
Company iiarthen Wars
5 by io
LARGE COAL, sot
for Sale o:
to receive a car^o
*. lt * For particul rs ap;
W!|x> tj** j*fl
" for Jilr «ntiUw
16 CnM4 Wft Daßtibfc*
A quantity of excellent
THE Subscriber brgs leave to inform the
Public tlKit lie has t.ikcii (that well-known
Inn, the INDIAN QUEEN, lately kept
bv Mr jumes Thoropfon, deceased, and
foliciti their patronage as w II as the pat
ronage of those Gentleman who were ac
customed to. give it their support, afiuring
thein that it (hall be ccndu£ed on the fame
liberal plan 'wbich char &<*rifed it when
under the fuperintendauce ot his predeeeflor.
and ii would be nesdlefs to oblerve to those
who know them, that ih#ftabjes are. i fpa
ci< ufnefs and son*:ni j nce v unequalled in
Philadelphia, and the bed prevorider and at
tendance are always provided for hotfes, by
the Public's obedient frrvant.
JAMES COYLE .