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Of the Pittsburgh Giuss IVorks,
HAVING procured a ftifficif.it number of
themoft approved European Glass Manu
facturers, and having on hand a ftock of
the belt Materials, on which tkeir workincnare
now employed, have the pteafurc of alTaring
the public, that window glals of a superior qua
lity and of any lize, tron 7 by 9, to 18 by I<l
inches, carefblly packed in boxes containing
100 feet ei h, raay be had at the Ihorteft notice.
Glass of larger fizei for other purposes, may
also be had, f>icb as for pictures, coach glafH-s,
clock faces, Ac. Bottles of ill kinds and of my
quantity may also he had, together with pocket
flafks, picklingjars, apothecary's Jhop furniture,
or other hellow wire —the whole at least 45 pet
cent, lower than articles of the fame quality
brought from any of the lea ports of the United
States. A liberal allowance will be made p*
falc of large quantities. Ordersfrom merchants
md others will fee punctually attended to on ap
plication to JA.MES O'HARA or ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Store of Meffirs PRATHER
and SMILIE, in MaiketStreet, Pittlburgh,
T'HE Ptopneturs of the Philadelphia and Lau-
X caster line atStagesDlSPATCH,t«turn thcit
grateful riisinks to their friends and the public to
general, for the past favor* tkey have received, and
inform them that in addition to the regshr Lir.e,
tiwy art provided with Cirriages.fjhir and careful
drivers, to go through between the pity and
Bcrosghi* two days. T1 ol'a who prefertliis mode
of travailing can be accommodated at tKe Stage
OlSce, sign of United States Eagle, Market ilreet,
Slough, Downing, Dur.woody Ki Co.
Nnv }o. }
THE public arc hereby iiif#rm-d, that the B iW
timore Coatee will in future ftarr frsm th« In
dian Queen, No 15, south Forth ftrcct, every day
except runday, at 7 o'clock, and will arrive at
Peck's Tavern, Baltimore the ntic day at 8 o'clock
aad the Stages to Mew Y»rk, will start every day
at 8 and 11 o'clock.
JOHN H. BARNEY to* C«.
K. B.— A book i» kept open at Mr. Ely Chan
dler's Franklin Head, where feats may alio be ta
ken in the above line of tlages.
An Invoice of
SUPERFINE Columbian, Harry the Vl'ltb
and M:try Audrcw Vlayine: Cards, furfale cheep
for cash \.pply at this Office.
Prevention better than Cure.
For the l.reventioa and cure of Biiiius and
Mniir'iunt Petri, is rftommtiuM,
■\T7"HICH have been at'eflded with a degree
W of faccefi. • :ghly gntfful to the inven
tor's feelings, in fevrral parts <>f the Weft-In
dies,am th- f.wthern parts of the United State -
particularly in Battuuarc, iVterlburg, Riclt,
mond, Norfolk, Edrnton, Wilmington,CbarUlf
tori, Savannah. See. t beteftimany of a num
ber nf in each of the above place* can be
adduced, who have rr»l'on to believe that a
tir*elv us« of th a faluiiry rea.edy, has, um'er
Providence, prcfervei! their lives when in the
most alarmir.g circamftani.es.
Fails of thi conclusive rianire fprak more in
favour ota medicine, than columns of pompous
eulogy, founded °n raCTi! n » coul,! rt 1
It ■* nt indeed prefurnptuoufly proposed as
an infallible cure, but the inventor has every
poflib'e reason, which can refuh from rxtenfive
ex ;>erience for believing that adofiotthelepiU?,
tah.cn once every two weeks during the picva
lencc of oui annual fevers, will pr«ve an
infallible preventative ; md further, that in the
earlier stages of those diseases, their use w»H
very generally fuoceed in restoring health and
frequently in cafrs »lte;med desperate and bey
ond the power of common remedies.
The operation of theft pills is perfcflly miid j
and may fceufed with fatety by perfonsin ever
■situation andofevtry age.
They are excellently adapted to carry oil iu
pcrlluousbile and prevent it- morbid secretions ;
to restore and amer.d tbc appetite ; to produce
a rrec*tirtptrirthin - inil thereby prevent folds
which are *ft-n of fatal con'eqieure. A dole
sever fails to remove a cold if taken on irs ftrft
apoe-i ranee. They are celebrated f«r reni-.viivt!
•habit,isl coftivenefs, sickness of thel'omich and
Severe head-ache, and ought to be taken by all
perfiiis on a change of climate.
They have been found remarkably «flicacious
an prevsnting and curing most dilorders attend
ant on long voyages, and Ihould be procured
and carefully preserved for use by every seaman.
A eeruiß and fafc remedy for all difeafos ofthi
eyes whether the c fr-2t of natural weaknef., or of
accident, fpecdily removing inflammations de
fluiions of rheum, dullncfs, itching, and films *
the eyes never failing to cure thof: maladies which
frequently succeed tlie small pox, meafl«« and fe
vers, and wonderfully ftrengthenmg a wcak
Hundreds have experienced its exc«llent virtues
when naarly deprived of fight.
The only remedy yet discovered whichgives im
mediate and lalling relief in the moll severe in
The Anodyne Elixir.
for the cure of every kind »fhead-ache,and •(
pains in the face »nd neck.
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops.
Thi« medicine has never tailed, in many thou
sand cases not one in a hundred has had occasion to
taka Hiore than one bottle, and numbers not hall
a bottle. The money will '«e returned if the ft.»e
is not performed.
SOLD BY WM; Y. BIRCH,
No. 17, South Sec awl Street,
And no where else, in Philadelphia.
Where alto may be had, Dr. Hamilton'' Worm
D»ft*oying Lo»tng«», his Sovereign Elixir for
couffhSj &c. Restorative Drops, Effencc aod Fx
trail of Mustard.Sovereign Ointment for the Itch,
Dr. Hahn's infallible German Cern Plaifter, In
dian Vegetable Specific for the Venereal com
plaint, Gowland'sand Pcrfian Lotion, Reftoraiitc
Tooth PowiJer, Danialk Lip Ifcilve, Church'
«o»gh Drops, £mle»r»B'»Fills, Ccc.
4pr il 19 *
Tbh D.iy is Fublijlxd,
AND FOR SALK
At Wm. Young's Book-store,
Original and corrcH La(l
OSked States Navy,
A Lift of the Ships in C >nimiflio», and their
A Lilt of the GfTtcers and tlifir Rank. as
well those helortging to thfe Navy as the
' Murine Cjrps.
To *,t)bicb is added,
A Digest of the principal Laws relative to
the Navy, Sec. &C.
By CHARLES W. GOtDSROROUGH.
Price »5 cents each, and at »o dollars
nov-mbrr if\ eoft
£r Mr. Francis Gall-st, !
AN elperienct'l and approved InftruAor. haa
uailertakro to teach tht MJtWH LAflf-
G¥A r 'B in tb» Seminary, to fwch of tht Young
Ucntlcnvo •• may choose Co fix* tbemf«lvr« un
dir hi» care
ry p»rc ts ard Ouardiana are reqneued I#
make Itnnwdiatr application, thu all the fcholart
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rot rußLisuixc r.r suusciiii'rtoN,
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L ite one of the Associate Justices of the
Sanreme Court of tie United States ami
Professor at Lfiio in tbe College »nd
Academy of PbiU*lelpbia.
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Ali of cilice's,and their rank, as we!l ihoft be
longing to the Navy, as the Marine Corps.
And a Digejl
| Of the principal Laws relating t» the Navy,
«te Ac. Ac
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the 23'/ day of /,Ipr'ft, one tbouj'and eight
hundred, entitled " An aS to tJiMifh a
Gtn ral Stamp Officel"
THAT a General Stamp Office is not*
eftablkhed at the feat of government, in tne
city of Washington, from whence there will
iffne, from and after the date hereof, (upon
the application of the Suptrvifors of the
Revenue, under whose management the
collection of the (lamp duties is plac-e U) any
quantities of paper, parchment and vWhim,
marked or (lamped, and duly countcr-fttmp
cd, with the following rates of duty which
art* tkftiandable by law :
For every Ikia or piece of vellum of parchment,or
ftieet or piece of paper, upon which (hall be
written or printed any or either of the inflru
ments er writings followirg, to wit,
. Doll,. C M.
' I\ NY certificate of naturalisation J
Any licence to pra&ice, or certificate
of the adniiflion,*nrollment or re
jjifiry o e any counsellor, Solicitor
Advocate attorney, or proflor, in
any court of the United Stare* I®
Provided, that a certificate in any
one of the coaris tof he United States,
tor any one of the said office*, fhsll
so far a» relate! to the payment of the
duty aforefaid, be a fuffiicient admif-
Don in ail the coiji't« of the United
States, for each and every of the said
Any gram er letters patent,umVr the
Ceal or authority of the United
States (except for lands granted
for militaiy fervirns) 4
Any exemplification or certified copy
of any such grant or letters patent
(except for lands granted for mili
tary services) *
Any charter party, bottomry or re
fpondentia bond I
Any receipt or discharge for or on ac
count of any legacy left by \ny
will or other teftimentary instru
ment, or for any (hare or part of
a ptrfoaal tftate, divided by force
of any fla'ute of diflri'- utions other
than to rfie wife, children cr «rand
children of the perfcn dileafed. the
amo.iut whercot (hall be above the
value f fifty dollars, and (hall not
excetd the value of one hundred
When the ammnt thereof stall ex
ceed the value of one hunlred dol
lari, and (ball act exceed five hun
dred dollar! 5°
/Vi»d tor evtrv further sum ol five
huiidrrd dollars, tka additional
furs of _ 1
A»y policy of inforance or inftru
(r.ent in nature therof, when the
ftvm fjr which insurance is made
(hall noi «Kret'd five hu.tired i'ol-
When tlie sum insured lhall extsred
five hundred dollars I
Any exemplification of what nature
(never, that (hiU pal's the lea! ol
any court, other thin such as it
nny be the duty of the clerk »f
such court to fiirnilh for the use of
the United Stitss, or some parti
cular (late 5°
Any bond, bill fing'e or penal, inlmd
bill of excising:-, promiffny
note or other ncte (other (han any
recognizance, bid, b«nd or o<her
obligation or contrail, made to or
with the United States, or any
slate.or for their life refpetfively ;
and any bond* required in any cast
bv the laws of the United .Stat*',
or ot any Oats, up n legal process,
or in anv judicial proceeding, or
f.ir :he faithful performance oi" any
trull or duty)
'lf above twenty dollars and not
exceeding one Isondr'd dollart lo
If above one hundred and not ex
ceeding five hundred dollars »J
If above five hundred and not ex
ceeding one thoufind dollars 50
And if above one tln.ufand dollars 7i
Provided, that 'f any b'mds or
notes (h:ll be payable at or wi'hin
sixty davs, such bonds or notes (hall
be fnbjett to 1 nly two-fifth parts of
Ibe duty aforefaid, viz.
If above twenty and not exceeding
one hundred dollirs *
If above one hundred dollars and not
exceeding five hundred dollars 10
if above five hundred dollars and
not exceeding one thou s and dolls- ao
II above one thoul'and dollars 30
Any foreign hill of exchange, draft
. r order for the payment of money
in any foreign country *0
The laid duty being charge
able upon each and every bill of ex
change, without refpeil to the num
ber contained in each fct.
Any note or bill of lading or writing
or receipt in nature thereof, for
gorjds or merchandize to be ex
If from one diflri.9 to another dif
wtel of the United SUtss.oot being
in the fame (late 4
If from the United States to any fo
reign port or place «o
The said duty being chargeable
upon Mth and every bill ot lading
without rsfpecl to the number con
tained to e.ich set.
Any notes ilTtied by the banks now
eV.VliQied or that may be hereafter
eftablifbed within tVe United
States, »ther than the no'es ot
such of the said ha-iks as (hall s
gree to an auntial compofitinn nt
one per centum on the annua! di
vide»d« made by such banks, t«
their ttockh Idcrs refpedlively, ac.
cording totkr following scale :
On all notes not exceeding fifty dol
lars, for each dollar
On all notes ab-ve fifty dollars and
not txceeding one hundred dollars 50
On all notes above one hundred dol
lars and not exceeding five hundred
On all notesabure five hundred dol
JS»V.. C. M.
Any proud or "notarial .lift ij
Any letter' of torney, except fcr
aa invaJA) ptiit. ... <* to ohiain or
fell warrants for land grauted by
(be United Status as bounty tor
' military fcr»i*e» im the .
Jarowir ' f*l
iHp) Inventory or of uxffwr- ,
' <ftSi>adeikH7 • •
talc required ty far (ndfi 14 cafci
0/ g**di tod dttraioed for
rent mr taxes, and goods taken in vir
tue of any legal prncef, by any officer s't'
Any certificate of a share in any iniu
ranee company, of a flnr■ in the baak
of the United States, or of any state
or other bank ;
If above twenty dollars and not exceed
ing one hundred dollars 19
If «hove one hundred dollars %S (
If under twenty dollars, at the rate of
ten cent-j for one hundred dollars;
That tlie power of the fopervifors of ttafc
Revenue to mark or stamp any vellum*
parchment or paper chargeable with duty 4 «
will cease and determine from and after fi-st
months from the date hereof, to wit, on
hft day of February tßoi.
That, if any persons Itaall, after the last*
day of February IROI, have in their cuftodjr
or polTdlion, any vellum, parchmont or pa
per, marked or stamped by the fupe.rviforso£
the Revenue, upon which any matter or
thing, charged with duty, (hall not have
baen written or printed, they may at any
time within the space of sixty days after
the said last day of February 1801, bring
or fend such vellum, parchment and paper,
unto fume office of infpedtion, and in lieu,
thereof, receive a like quantity or value of
veMum, parchment anil paper, duly stamped
j in pursuance of the adt herein before recited.
And in cafe any person shall neglett or re
fufe, within the time sforefaid, to bring or
cause to be brought unto some officer of in
fpedtion, any forh vellum, parchwient or pa
per, it is hereby declared, that the fame will
thereafter be of no other effedl or use, thin
if it had oever bten marked or (lamped, and
that all matters and things, which may af
ter that time be written er printed upon any
vellul, parchment or paper, authorized to b&
exchanged in minner aforefaid, will be of ik>|
other effeft, than if thry had been wriueivj
or printed on paper, parchment or
not marked or
And for the convenience of those
who may be inclined to have their own vel
lum, parchment and paper (lamped or mark
ed, it is hereby peclarcd, that when any per- -
son (hall deposit any vellum, parchment of
paper at the office of a supervisor, accompa
nied with a lilt, fpecifying the number arid
denomination of the fiamps or marks, which
are desired to be thereto affixed, the fames
will be transmitted to the General Stpam.
Office, and there properly marked or
and forthwith sent back to the fame super
visor, who will thereupon colledt the duties
and deliver the paper, parchment or vellum,
to the order of the person from whom the
fame was received.
Given under my Hand, and the Stal
(L. S.) of the Treasury, at Washing
ton, the day and year above men--
tiorvd. * '
Secretary of the Trpifliry.
For Sale, or to Let,
In Cbcsnut Street,
Near the corner of Eleventh street, at prefenrin
(h« tenure of Mr. A. M'Call—PolTeflion may b'«
had the first ot November next, or fooncr if re
quired Afply to
neptrmVer .1 f
The following Real Estate ; the property of
Anthony Francis Haldimand, Esquire,
582 and an half
Axres Patented Land
SITUATE on Vin»yard Greek, in the townfliip
and county of Huntingdon, in the fUte of
Pennfylvanii, on a public road about 5 miles from
the town of Huntingdon, which is fituitcd 00 a
boatable river—there »re on the premiie# a water
Grift Mill arid Saw Mill—fever? 1 Log dwelling
Houfcs—one of which is occupied as a Tavern
with a Diftillcry fuppliedby a powerful spring o,
excellent water—a coufiderable quantity of Timo
thy Meadow fit for the scythe, and several acres
of araS.c l.and already clcured—J hi(,tr»& will
admit of beir.g divided into three farm«, with a.
due proportion of meadow and arable lard in each.
At piefent in tenure of Adam Hall, Esq. John
Hicks, and others.
187 and an half acres on Trough Creek, in
Union townfliip, a floorifhing fettleuunt, fitft rate
land, with a small improvement.
173 and 3 quarters acres adjoining the above
and che fame quality—as those last mentioned,
trails are adjoining surveys they would make one
In Bedford county,
374 acres fitnate on Dunnings Uredc, fir ft rate
laud, on a public road to Bedford.
364 and 3 quarters acres adjoining the above,
and of the fame quality.
388 acres called the Springs, fame quality a>
and 3 quarters acres on half way run, a
good improvement and now in tenure ol Jacob
Terms of sale.as follows, viz—One fourth part
of the consideration money mutt be paid in hand,
and the refiriue divided into four or five annual tn
[UhiK.nts, as may suit the purchafirs—to be feos
red by mortgage.
Apply to John Ca-iwallader, Esq. Counfellnr atj
!.»» in the town of Huntingdon, or to the fub
fcrihersin the city Philadelphia.
Willings £s? Francis.
At tie Office of the Gazette of the Unit*