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on; Dollar a Uittenolt for enclosing and <k-
L-ecting 1 ard unless-some person in this city
Kill become answerable fir the subscription,
it muff be paid Six Months in Advance.
*** Subscription will be received for
a shorter term than six months»
Dectmber I 1799-
From OSlobct 8 —to Ofljbtr 14*
men WATER. H. M.
* - . - . Vi
. • 4%
9 40
to 19
II 16
T aef-jay
Tut Hay
i Saddling Business.
HWING entered into iwtnerfhip, jnd ta
ts n th 't !■ n;r established flan 1 at the < or
ner »f C' ef.i'jt ind Third St eei«, relpeafu ly
solicit puMic 5 itronaije, and partxul rly invite
a continuance of the favour* of the former
friends as 1 enftomera o> Hai .es 4c J mes, an'!
Sharplef. fc Kiufcy, to whose bulincfs they h»ve
They ofTrrfor fa!e a large and a » ""
mer.t of elegant Sjd He a*d Bridles, a'l kinda
corimondo. P'ated and Kraft mounted Uarnefs.
Saidle bags, Val.ece*. C*n an- 1 . Wa gonGcais,
&c. Truiik* of all kinds, particularly hard lei
ther Portmanteaus.
T.ry ilfo mWaiSture all kmdi of Silver
mounted and Plain Whips baying fsveral ex
celient Wotk en in that branch. _ _
They fl'tter themselves from their united ex
peritnJe and thr arrangements they have matle,
to be tb!e »o fell any of the above articles an as
goid tfrwtony < tVers id the United States.
\ liberal allowance will be made to thofc who
p t rch,feb y «he q uj,n syKiNgEV>
Philad. Sept. 17 4W-
Nurlb Secoud Street, cjporite Christ Ck rch.
Jflith lllu«trations»n<l i'iom
Desultory Refledions
new POLITICAL aspects
pun. I - AFFAIRS
In the United States ol America, since the
comnwntementdf thf year 1799
R. T. RiWLF, considering that in
this country there is a fr e prt Is, is determi
ned his BorttiStore (hall also be free to pub
lications of every denomination, wh< thcr po
litical or religious. The works of Whigs
or Tories ; RepuMicaitsj or M inarchiftf ;
ArilV crats or D rnQCrats ; Federalids or
A' ti-FeJeralifts ; Chriftiaos, Jews, Hea
thens or Turks, are .qually frer for file J
and, whatever may be his piivate opinions,
U refolvt d, as a Bookfellrr. and in the true
fp.rit of his profffion, " To be open to all
pirties. and influenced by none.
N. B. He has for fule, all thelateft po
litical publications, and every article in the
Stationary Line.
OAobrr >.
Ml Persons,
Indebted to the Eiute or joftph Engie,
ia eof he Northern Liberties, dcceafed.are
req >e(ted to make immediate payment, and
thole havmp any deman !s against the fame, to
brini? in their accounts to
BENJAMIN ' HAW. Administer.
Pflr'er?. celW -
WHO from priniiptc is a ft Uralfl ard delpofe 1
to undertake the arduous tafc of editing of
■ paper and combating the enemies of America,
may hear of cligjble fitua-ion in the interior ol
Maryland 500 fubi'cribcrs can be counter! on re
fore he commences,— A A'alive American will be
prefcrcd Bu- it is not tob ; undcrftood that well
principled pcrfons though not natives, are to be
Particulars may be learned on application
to the Editor of thijGazjtte.
OAober 3
An Invoice of
Playing Cards.
SUPERFINE Columbian, Harry 'he Vlllth
and M*rry-An<irev» Vliying Cirdi, fer sale cheep
fer ca{h — " '^' B
fepteniber 13. .
Neatly executed at the Office of the
Gazette of the United States.
Book-Work'— Pamphlets—Hand-Bills,
Cards—Blanks of all kinds,
&c. &f.
Wil! he printed at the
Shortest Notice.
august 23*
Gazette of the United Statesj & Daily Advertiser.
Marfbai's Sale.
United States, } -
Pennsylvania District. ) '
BY virtue of 1 writ of 'endjtiona exponas to
me iir-iSled. ifTwed out of the Circuit Court
0' tie United S'ates, in ao.-l for ille Pennfyi a
nil Diflriift, will he expofpd to public at
the Merchant'- Cofiec 'olft -n th..- City of
Phi'td on.Fr'i-lay the cth day of Q&o
---ber next at j o'clock in the evening, all the
right, estate and in'terell of Oliver Pollock, in
and to two thoufjnd'acres of ch ice lands situate
011 Pine Creek in t*e cuirty of Lycoming.—
Seized and taken in execution and to be f;.ld as
the property of Oliver I'olt, ck by
JOHN MALL, Marshal!.
Marshal', Ofjice, 7
Philadelphia Sep' 18 O ) "(aw ;S.
And will be Sold Very Low, if applied for
immediately, by, the P ck»ise only'
5 Bales Broad-Cloths, affirtej,
1 Bale Plan s an 1 Forefl cloths, 1 ** •£
1 D.i. fine Coatings, aflotttd, : 2-?
ao Do Kendall Cottons, jj
jo fein# Twine, I 3 £
4 Caffes I ondon Pewter, J
No. 48, South trpnt flreet
Sertemb'r 50. & eoH'. w.
■ i*r«
6 »o 5 40
6 it J 39
6 *3 5 37
- 6 14 S 36
- 6 2< 5 35
6' 17 J 33
b i 3 <• 3*
iMiBBVLYING at Say's Wharf, above
Market Street, burthen JO fuppol'ed t® be
a remarkable faft failing veflel, ai.d may be ft
ted for feain a few days. Inventory to be lean
and terms of sale known by applying to the fub
per, ee, &c.
Augu'ftfr. fam&th tf.
Charles Marshall
JVo. 46. Chtsnvt Street,
Per brig Liberty, capt Henderf. n, from Asniler
dam, and ether arrivals,
A quantity r[ the following article", which they
fell for eafli, or the usual credit—
Anfimon crui Ol Anifi
Arfenit alb Juniper
Sacfatu'ni Puccini
Vitriol alb Rho.'ii
Brrax Camphor
Opium Coccinncll*
Annetto Gumßfnz'wii
Merc Hule —— Arabic
Prcscip rub Myrrh
Corroi sub Kino
Shop furniture, surgeons inllruments, patent
medicines, Sec.—Medicine cherts, ard orders from
the country, put up 00 moderate terms.
f'prrm'. '.r t j w f* 3W
THE following property belonging to the Truf
fee* of the Agg-cgate Fund, provided for the
payment of certain creditors of Edward Fox
and James Greenleaf.
On Monday the 6tb October inst.
PART of the property of said fund, in the City
of Wafliingto.i, that new ii rendered clear of
every ircumbrance, will be expoled at Public
Auflion at Tanmclifl Tavern, amongll which are
the following valuable fituatioii, viz. it Lots in
square No. 973, 1 lots in square 974. 15 lots i
jquaro N«. 995, t lots in square I'osth of fquan
1019, 19 lots in square 10:0, t lot in square io«e
1 lot in square toil, 7 lots in square to»3. 4 lot
in square 1014, 3 lots in square 1045, 3 lo'i in
square 4046, 9 lots in square 1Q47. il lots ,in
square tO4B, with funi'ry other*, advantageously
situated in various parts of the city. Also the 1
llory frame houle now occupied by Mr Debloia,
beautifully situated (with an extensive view ol sev
eral miles down the Potomac) on thcfo*th-eaft
corner of square 973, fronting 4« feet on 11 flreet
east. and 41 feet on south G ftrcet: a commodioua
Kitchen with an oven, &c. adjoining the south
front. A large frame liable, carriage house and
hay loft 50 fe«t by 15, and a pump of excellent
water near the back door of the kitchen, the lot
extending9i feet on »1 ftree', and 139 I'iet 1 inch
in G ftrcet, comprizing lots I.'os. j,i, 3, and part
of n, in the regiflered division of the square.
. he falcswill commence at the said tavern at ten
o'clock in the forenoon.
The tcrmsone fourth calh, one fourth in fix
months, whes a deed will be given, the remain
ing moiety in two years, payment to be fecurcd
by bond and mortgage. But the creditors in the
above fun J, may in lieu of mortgage (ecure pay
ment of their bonds hy depsfic of certificates »f
the trustees at the rate of five (hillings in the pound,
to the amount fecursd and (hruld a dividend take
place L efore the txpiratiou of the tw years, it
will he set off againfl the bond, and the certifi
cates returned in the fame proportion
Henry Pratt
Thoma3 W. Francis
John Miller, jun.
John Afhley
Jacob Baker.
I August 4.
J uil Received,
For Sale,
No. 4. Sjutb Water Street.
Hhds- Mulcovado Sugar.
White and brown Hava»nah rlit o in boxes.
Fill India do. in tags.
Weft India an.l C nv.try Rom.
100 Hhds. Molaficj.
Holland Gin
FrcDch andSpanilh Brandy'
Sal G auber m ["Manna flik
Rad gentian 1 ® 1 Conn
Flo Sulphur If, j Liquorice ball
Bweet oil f-M ort * >crD " av
Sem anifl jz I Rub
Rheubarb J~~ L
And a quantity of
For Sale,
By C. P. Wayne, No. 65, South Front-street.
. Mary Beck,
Public, that fbe ipwntf* ohp»d< h?
' V,H:WL <>u tV 6rft lit OSobrr, in PifiiH*
WaLiat Street, oppnGce the Ho»f«
"Vh*ri fte will t ufu») tuch tK« !
lite nd •fcfci
.Ulrusorov, Wrytas, yithinjic. **"• '
CA3>(4iflmeDt cfl form a t lwr
.■ rtanewr^
Yotir £ Ladies may he accommodated with |
Doar J, 6c.c. in the which is vury airy a*jd
3£a. G Becr*3 Drawing and Paintings School
will commence at the lame time
frpteniber 20
Dancing Academy.
MR. QjESNF. l,wi h r.fpetlinform, his pu
p; > and he public in general .tlMt he intend?
opening his Academy on . on !ay th 6th of Oc
tober , at his newaiT mbly room, No, 64, si uth
L : urthOrfef. I
Mr Qnefnet is tha-ikfu' t» the Ladies and Gen.
tlemtn, i r the liberal encouragement he lias ex
perienced every season—he wa« defircus fnrfome
time to n»e-1 witk « g ntieman 01 whom the cha
ncer a<v! ta'ents could, unite.) together d-feive
the cnnfi.lrnce'of the public •. deprived ol futh ad
vantage, Mr Q_has thought proper to
divide and fix thr uunjVier ot pufils; but this leaf
on the fcho 'l can be improved one third more
havi g to introduce Mr Auriol, a* an afliliant to
him, and a pejrfon of ability, she fc'nolar» fha"l
e attended three times a weekasufual—Ladies in
the morning ; young Gentlemen in the afternoon ;
and grown Gentlemen in the evening.
N. 8 Ihe fir ft pradtifu.g hall in private for the
ftfholart.will he a fe» days after the opening ol the
school ; and thefirft ball will be on Thurfdiy, the
16th O&ober next.
M«. AURIOL lafly arrived firm Pari*, re
(\t«Aiullj in Tor mi the public in genera/, that hat
ipffomc time to dH pofi of, he will tftrnd thuft
LiHin rod Gentlcmer, »h» wi(h tf be taught
private at their own hoafci.
Hi« lodjHngi are tt No. ji, south Third street,
where ilireCtiooi cu be Icit with hii lady If heii
06oberl. thfcftf
Carpets & Carpeting
By the Subscribers,
In the Tillman, Caprain H.irker, from Li
Avery extensive and beautiful assortment
1 Ok,'l.- if SON.
No. 5, North Third Street,
oftnber 4 f
Of tbe Pittsburgh Glass Works,
HH AVING procured a TufficUnt number of
the moil approved European Glal's Manu
facturers, and having on har.d a large stock of
the heft Materials, «n which-their workmen are
now employed, have the pleasure of alluring
the public, that window glass of a fupei i<>r qua
lity and of any file, from 7 by 9, to 18 by 14
inches, carefully packed in boxes containing
100 feet'ea h, may be had at the fhortelt notice.
Glass of larger sizes for other purpofet, tray
alfe be ha«!, as for piflures, coach glades,
clock faces, %c. Bottles of all kinds and of any
quantity may also be had, together with pocket
flaflcs, pickbtigjars, apothecary's shop furniture,
or other h«llow ware—the whole at least ig per
centr lower than articles of the farne quality
brought from any of the lea ports of the United
States. A liberal allowance will be made en
sale of large quantities. Orders from merchants
and others will be punfluaby attended to on ap
plication ts JAMES O'HARA or ISAAC
CR/VIG, or at the Storeof Meflrs. PRATHER
andSMILIE, in Maiket-Strect, Pittsburgh,
March 4, tuthtf.
WANTED Immediately tlirce or four Journey
men PRIIjSMEN; thole who can bring
indifputabls recommendation* of their beiKg good
workmen, flcadv and honefl, n'.ay find conilant
employment at the Print,ng office of
Isaiah Thomas, jr.
Woreeder.feptember 1 7, ißro (»»)
HAVING opened a Store at No. 19, Dock
street, for the trasfaitmg all manlier of busi
ness in Ihe Mercantile line, 011 rommiflion, f,»-
hcits the wnploytnent of his friends and others,
in this way, as their Fadlor, afluiitig thetn that
th<-ir orders lhall be carefully attended to and
executed in the best manner in his power.
Bn. F. WEST.
fep'er*ber »5 13» W
Stop I hies!
RAN- 4WAY from the Subscriber, on Sundav
18th inft, late in the evening, an in Jrnted
Mulatto Boy.nged 17 years, tngaged by the rame
»f Joseph Brown, faying to be from Lan
carter or that r.eighb rhood ; he is (lifF fetj has a
round face, ftorfbair, hrg« m-iuth, smiling coun
'enaace, dull speech, big ban4s and feet and he
has no beard. He may drrfs himfelf wish a gen
teel coat of light drab colour, wtite buttons, and
bl ck cape. He wears a good round black hat.
He hasfU tn 'rom the fubferibvr upwards of ico
dollars *n caih and valur of other o' j Wn e
ver will appr hend and lecure him with as much
v..We about ' im will rec iv: ;he above rewar.i,
an! TO dollars if the young villain c»b only be
brought to cond:en fcunifljswt.
No. ;o Scnth Street,
Sept. 49. ®®3 [ P
EY, Agent.
3t*w ti
tu th& ft in
Journeymen Preffinen,
Vi - #*
.RRrt*BME M «*EO. Tfcat d«r
iXJ <ll, A uprfk jo tks -aitk jt%*
naK*+{ fIMtMH «a>rtk». William
(SwireUcrj of *« 24. ha»h
i•' (t>u th«
- . - v .
«nf> <rtt* tiwtf ffca^niinaiis
' . AA for tl>a learbinf
[•l4a.f tf f«u'flu| the eopict of
4 1 -.lad Sotjb to the Author* and Propri
ttofi 01 such copict dating the tinea
lltoeia neationed "
Clerk tbt District of Pcunsjltaiii.
ftftemher ig •««««.
District of Pennsylvania to wit:
BE it remembered thit on tie Tenth day of
July in the twenty fif'.h year of the Indepen
dence of the United States of America, Alexan
der Addtfon of the said Dill ifl hath dep. sited
in this office 'tie title of a book, the right where
of he claims as Author in th» words following
to wit, " Reports of cases in tl»> County courts
i f the Fifth Cjrcuit and in the High Court of
Errors and appeals ofthe State of I cnnfylvania,
and charges to Grand Juries of tSofe Cou ty
Courts. Bv Alexander tddifon, President of
the Courts of Common Pleas of the Fifth Cir
cuit of the State «f Pennlylvann "
In conformity to the aft of Congrefsof the Uni
ted States i.-titird " An a (ft for the encouragement
of learning by securing the copies of maps chart*
and b >ok» to the Author* *nd Proprietors of such
copies during the times therein mentioned."
Clerk of tic Dijlrifl of Pennfytvania.
The above book is now pufeh(hed It will be de
live red to tubferihers by Mr. Dobf.n Bookseller.
J»'y »3
Just Received,
200 lbs. Mace, 1 r r
4 00 lb,. Nutmegs, { of s fu P erlor lush,J'-1 ush, J'-
Jamaica Spirits, 4th proof,
Do. Sugar of the firft quality,
Holland Gin in pipes,
Port-au-Prince Molasses—and
30 Tierces Rice.
R. isf K. bavr also on band, far sale,
Hffon, "I
Young Kyfon, & t TEAS,
Souchong J
Ogniac Brandy, ill St 4UI proof,
Sherry Wine in quarter calks, very nice,
jo,ooo Spsmifii Sfgars,
Anil, a Variety of other
August 26 eo tf
August 4to, 18co.
rHE commandi"g Officers of corps, de
tachments ports garrif n?< and recruiting
parties, belonging,t' the military cftahlifhment
of the United States, are to report to, and
receire orders from Brigadier General Wil
kinfon, in the City nf Wa(hingt»n, and all
officers on f irlougb are to report themselves to
tlie fame officer with all pcfiible difpatcli.
Secretary of War.
•25" AH Printers within the United States
who have publifhtd invitations for contraflsof
the Ijth of March last are requested to insert
the above in their relpe<£live papets, once a
week for tws months.
To be Sold
-rHAT Handsome and healthy COUNTRY
* SKAT, called LaUkkl Lodge, the late
reCde«ce of Thomas Rutter, Esq. fi:uate in
Potts Grove, M ntgomery County, thirty-lix
mil*s from Philadelphia, containg about 106
acr:s, twenty of which are ptime woodland,
fift.-en excellent watered meadow, the residue
divided in arable luts. On the - premil'es are a
large handsome BrickHoufe and adjoini' g build
ings, contaii.g two parlours, a large dining
ro -m, and a Hall, twelve feet wide, by f.rty'
lopg, a large kitchen, wash house with apunp
of excellent water in it, fix handsome chambers,
two store-rooms, fou r garret chambers plaillered
and a gram room over the adj inirtg budding,
a double spring house, with a lini ke "ouf# over
the fame, withinfiftv yards of the kitchen —The
spring, in the driell season newer k .own to low
er in the lead, and from which the meadow is
watered ; a garden containing about or.e acre,
itocked with the moil delicious fruits, such as
peaches, plumbs, cherries, pe:rs, ralb.-rfies,
i'everal asparagus beds i. great pcrFeilioii. Also,
a young bearing appletree orchard, containing
several hundred trees, the fruit feleiled frotf. dif
frent parts of the United States, a large conveni
ent barn with a threlhing ftjor, with commodi
ous (labling for hnrfes aotf cows, carriage and
houses, grain room, &c, Also, sundry out build
ings, consisting of a Urge frame poultry houfr
and oorncrib. &r. £Ui>, < tenant's house, gar
den arid liable, and » pump of excellent water
belokgin? to the fa'tie.
The fituatirtn of Potts Grove is remarkably
healthy, regu'arl'y flip; lied wMi fSutcher's meat
and poMtry in abundanc*, to he purchased at a
low rate, and the Schuylkill ass .rds a plentiful
fuppty excellent fifh Two grill mills in the
Tear of the rown. Perhaps few country towns
in Pennfylva.nia, are more rapidly improving,
or have more Io«al ad-autagi* than Potts
Grove. The several pla es of public worship,
the filubrity of tiie air, gentrel society, and
cheipneG of living, are among the tew advan
tages it poflVfles.
Any person wishing t vi ;w the premises,
will ple:.l'e to aj ply to .Vlr. Win. POTTS,
in Pottfgrove, and for tei ms to the fubfcri»
ber, in PlriLdelpbia.
Sept. 19 23Wtf.
To Printers.
W NTED—in Exchange^
A FOUNT ot Long i'rimer, writhing 6
or 70" lb or tipwar<!», and a Fount of
Hrev:erv wt iLiliing 400 lUa. or upwards.
S X- C W:
Prevention better than~Cure.
Fir the prevent im md ewe of Btlfo-m -and
Malignant Fevers, is recommended,
Dr. rfAHN's
Anti-bilious Pills,
WHICH have been attended with a degree
ef fuccrft highly grateful to the inven
tor's feelings, in several pants of the Weft I it
dies,and the foiithrrn pans of the United Statet
particularly in Baltimore, Petersburg, Rich,
mond, Norfolk, Edenton, Wilroingtnn.Charlcf'
ton, Savannah, Bcc. The teftirn.iny of a riuro«
her of persons in each of the above places can be
adduced, who have reason to believe that a
tirnelv us« of th s salutary remedy, has, under
Providence, preferred their lives when in the
meft alarming circwmftances.
Fails of thi conclusive nature speak more in
faviur of a medicine, than columns of pompous
eulogy, founded on mere aflerti n, could do.
It Is not indeed presumptuously proposed ac
an infallible cure, hut the inventor has every
pof!ib!e reason, which can result from extepfive
experience for believing that adofe of these pills,
taken once every two weeks during the preva
lence of o ir annual bilious fevers, will prove an
infallible preventative ; and further, that in the
earlier of those diseases, t!ie ; r i.fe will
very generally succeed in reflor ng health and
frrq^iftitty in ca!'tt esteemed desperate and bey
-311 of common remedies
The operation of these pills is pcrte Tly mild
ind maybe used with falety by perfonsfn tvfcry
situation and of every age.
They are excellently adapted te Carry off fa '
perfluous bile andprevem it> morbid ftcretions ;
to restore and amend the appetite ; to produce
a free perfpirstion and thereby prevent colds
which are often of fatal con'equence. A dose
never fails to remove a cold if taken on its firft
appearance. They are celebrated f r removing
habitual coftivenefs, sickness as the ftnraach and
severe head-ache, and ought to be taker, by all
perfl -ns on a change of climate.
They have been found remarkably efficacious
in prevunting and curing most .lif irders attend
ant on long voyages, ai;-d (h >uld be procured
and carefully preserved for use by every feamat*
Dr. HA-HN's
Genuine Eye-water.
A certain and fafc remedy for all difeafos of the
eyes, whether the of natural weakneft, or of
accident, speedily removing inflammations, de
fluxions of rheum, dullnefa, itching, and films in
the eyes, never failing to cure those maladies which
frequently succeed the small pox, meafl»« and fe»
vers, and wonder ully (lengthening a weak fight*
Hundreds have experienced its* elcellent virtue
when nearly deprived of fight*
Tooth-ache Drops.
The only remedy yet discovered whichgives im
mediate and lading relief in the moll ftrere in*
The Anodyne Elixir.
For the cure of every kin-d of heaii-scae,and of
pains in th« face and neck.
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops.
This medicine has never taiJed, in many thou
sand cai'es not one in a hundred has occasion to
take more than one bottle, and numbers not halt
a bottle. The money w® be returned if the cure
\ not performed.
No. 17, South Se,c»nd Street,
And no inhere else, in Philadelphia.
Where also may be had, Dr. Hamilton's Worm
Dflftmying I,ozenge% his Sovereign Elixir for
coughs, &c» Reftoracive Dr»ps, F.flet ce and Ex
trad of Mustard, '■•overeign Ointment for the Itch,
Dr. tfahn's infallible German Com Plaifter, In
dian Vegetable Specific for the Venereal com
plaint., Gowland'a and Persian Loti-»n, Reftoraiive
Tooth Powder, Damalk l ip Salve, Church's
Coujrrh Drops, .* ndcrfon's Pills. &c. &c.
• ' . i 1 \
Ilts Day Published
"By J. Ormhod/No. 41, Chefnut Street,
(Price *s Cent»)
Death of General Wajhington.
In imitation of th« manner of OfTiaa.
By Rev, John B. Linn, A. M.
Minister ol the First Presbyterian Congregation
gf Mr. Cbaudroo's Oratien will be published
on Monday morning.
Mi>rch 15. .
OV Saturday the 13d Augaft, ran away from
the fublcrilier, living in Harrifburgh, ail
apprentice to the printing hufinefs, named Benja
min Morr'fon, a lad of about 16 years of age,
small of stature and very asive,fliort hair and cf
a failing countenance —Mad on and took with
him a calico coatee, a pair < f tr.=wfers #f nearly
the fame, a pair of common tiaiketn ditto, and a
hemelpuo lye csloun J llri ed ditto, and a Ihort
jeeketof the fame, with a new ha:—All perf us
are forbid harb'uring fai l apprentice ;-.t their
peril. Reasonable charge will b« pai l for licu
ring the boy, so that his i.iaat.r may >ct liira
Hayifbprgh. Sept. I
A Printing Press.
Apply at the Office of the Gazette .i
the United States,
July 19.
£ *r
A Runaway.
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