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    Treasury Department,
Revenue Office, April 27, 179? of
PROPOSALS will be trcciived at tbr Ojjicc of the CoM- K e,
MISSIONER of the Reven'ce for building of
A Light House
•» tie bead land 0/ C#e Hctteras on thctafi of Nprti Garth- m;
na, tf the following maUhials. Jlmin/icu, and difcrif lion. t,g.
form is to be o&agonai.-*- he foundation is to be of thi
| stone, to be funk thirteen feet below the bottom of
the water table or the furface of the earth, and to be lai
commenced of the diaruater of twenty nine feet —From
fueh commencement to the height of four feet the fo-un- t«i
dition is to be laid solidly and from tl-.enee to the bottom w
of thi wateV table, the fowntUtion wali to be nine ttfee
hio-h an J nine feet thick.
The diameter of the base from the bottom of the water be
table to the top thereof (where the octagonal pyramid is to
to commence) is to be twenty eight feet four inches and the a
wall is there to be seven feet thick—the wall of the
al pyramid is to be fix feet thick at the base thereof, on tv
tlie top of the water table. la
The height of the b.ilding from the bottom of th# wa- _
te,-table, and from the furface of the earth is to be nine- v ,
ty feet to the top of the ilutie work, under the floor of the 0 ,
lantern ; where the diameter into be sixteen and one half _
feet and th, wall three feet.—the whole of (he walls is
b® built of stone : the water table is to be capt with lawcQ t l
stone, at kaft eight inches wide and sloped at the top to t |
turn off the water. The outside of the walls is to be sac- t i
with hewn or hammer dressed stone, ■ havtng four win- 0
dows in the north east andfive windows in the louth weft: 0
T falhes are to be hung with hinges, and each falh is
to have twelve panes of glass, eight by ten inche. t'
On the top of the stone work is toba a framed tier of
ioifts, beded therein, planked over with oak plank, exten
ding two feet beyond the wall thereby formingan eave which si
is to be Suilhed with a cornice, the whole hiymg » de- „
scent from the ccutre fuffieient Co throw oft the water, and a
to be covered with copper. A complete and lufficient iron 0
lantern in the odagonal form is to r?ft theieon. X le . ei Snt e
corner pieces or ft,mehions of which are to be built m the
wall to the depth of ten feet. 'lhefe ftanch.ons to be c
nearly three inches fqua re in the lower ten feet, and j 1-2 x
inches by a 1-1 inch-,
and nine inches in diameter, it is also to be ten feet high ~
from the floor to the bottom of the dome or roof and to f
have 'a dome or roof of five feet and nine inches m height.
The whole space between the posts or upright picc«s at the |
alleles ii to -e occupied by the falhes,which rc to be mould- c
ed on the mfide and ftruek solid. Eachfaffi is to have twen- v
ty eight panes of glass, fourtetn by twelve inches. A part r
of the falh on the south weft fide is to be hung with hin
ges for a convenient door to go out on the plattorm. 1 J>e r
rafters of the lantern are to be framed into an ire n hoop,
over which is to be a copper funnel, thro which the smoke
may pass iHto a large copper ventilator *in t c orm o a
man's hiad, capableof containing one hundred gallons.
Thisheadis to be turned by a large vane ; .0 that the
hole for venting the smoke, may be always «.o eewar .
Lio-ht dormant ventilators are to be fixed in the roof, a large
curved air pipe is to be passed through the floor, and a clofc
Cove is to he provided and fixed in the lantern. - here
avo to be eight paii sos stairs to ascend to the lantern, the .
entrance to which is to be by a trap door co-ven v it
cop er. The building is to be rurnifhed with two com
plete ele&rical condu&ors, or rods with points. 'I he floors
ire to be laid with pl«f, of at least one inch and one
half in thickness. '1 ne entrance to the light house is to ,
be well feeured by a strong door hung uponhinges with ,
strong Lock and latch complete. . . , *
Also a frame House to be thirty four feet in front and .
sixteen feet deep with a cellar under it. I'he cellar wall*
to be eighteen inches thick and seven feet high.
The fir ft itorv of the house is to be eight feet, and tie
fccond, seven feet and fix inches high. The floors ar« to ;
be laid in whole lengths, nailed through. The stack of
chimnies is to be fmifhed with two plain fire places on each
fioos, one of them large for a kitchen Two windows belo*
and three above in front nd rear, each falh to have eighteen
panes of glass ten by twelve ihcKs. Ihe doors are to be
hung and furnifhed completely.
The ciehngs and fides of the House are to be p'a.fter
ed with two coats.; all, the wood work inside and out is to
be well paifited and the whole to be finiffied in a plain de
cent manned. , c .
Art Oil va4lt is to be built twenty feet by twelve feet in
the cW arched over and covered with earth or land oyer
NvS.kil a shed is to be bnilt- It is to be furnifhed with nine
strong Cedar Ciltefns With covers, each capable of contain
in/ two hundred gallon's.
The entrance to the vault is to be feenred by a strong
door. A well is to be a convenient dillance, and
furnifhed with a curb, bucket and rope completely.
The build#r'to find and pay for all the materia s, labor,
WOrkmanship, provisions, and oth. r obje&s of coil, charge
or expence, sos a sum to he afreed upon, and to execute
the before described work and every part thereof in a
eood and workman-like manner.
Convenient payments ct advances, on fccisrity will be
°ApriU7: m & th tf
1 rejsurt Department
Reatnuc Off.ct, April, 14th I79J received at the Office of the Cm
mijjimer of the P.rVtnuc for building a
on Shell Cpftle Island, ill Pamptico Sound, near Occanzk
Inlet ill North Carolina, Of the following materials, di
menfionsand defcriptiou. ...
THE form is to be an o&agon. —the ffturtdation is to be
of stone, to be funk nine feet and rtne half below the
furface of tie earth/ana to be commented of the diame
ter of -23 feet. It is lobe laid solidly to theheight of two
feet, froia thence, to the height of ■fix inches above the
earth or to the bottom of the wooden work, the founda
tion wall is to be eight feet high, and four feet and one
The Odiagonal pyramid is to be wcli framed, and of
fto it heart Pine timber. It is to be twenty two feet in
diameter at the base thereof, where it will reft on the
top of the stone foundation, to which it is to be Well le
cured by sixteen (tout iron straps built therein, and other
" The height of the wooden building from the top of
the stone work (fix inches above the furface ef the earth)
is to be fifty four feet and one half to the top of the wood
en work, under the floor of the lantern, where the diame
ter is to be twelve feet. The foundation is to be capt
with sawed stone at least eight inches wide, and sloped at
top to turn oft the water.
The frame of the Pyramid is to be covered with boards
of one inch and one half ill thickuefs, over which is to
be laid a good and complete covering of shingles, and it is
» to be well painted with three casts. <"
The B acou House is to have two windows in the Last
and three windows in the weft. The l'alhcs ate to be
huiv with hinges, and each falh is to have eight panes of
glass of eight by ten ii.ches.
Oil the top of the wooden work of the Pyramid is to be
a strong framed tier of joists, beded therein, planked over
with Oak plank, extending one foot beyond the fides of
the Pyramid, thereby forming an eave which is to be finifli
ed by a cornice, the whole having a descent from the cen
tre fuffieient to throw off the water, and to b- covered
with copper. A complete and fuffieient iron lantern in
the Octagonal form is to reit therei 11. The eight corner
pieces or llanchior.s of which are to be well feeured to the
upright timbers of the Pyramid, or to the tier ol joists, or
hcfc ftanchioA" are to beftout ill the lower eight feet,
»nil fufliciently strong above. The Lantern is to be fix feet
{;--h from the floor to the bottomof the dome or roof, and
t u iiave .1 dome or roof of three feet in height. The
whole space between tha posts to be occupied by the falhes,
I <*■ . 1 -'I
which are to he VnouMci! orf the infcde and ftruek solid; the
('ashes are to be furnifhed with large panes of glafi ; a part
of the sash im the south weft fide is to be hung with hin
ges for a dtror to go out on the platform : the iron raf.eri
of th_• Laritern are to be framed into aa iron hoop, over
which is to be a copper funnel; —through which the smoke
may pass into a large 1 copper ventilator in the form of a E
man's head, capable of containing thirty gallons, this head
Wbe turned by a large vane, so that the hole for venting I
the smoke may be always to leeward.
Eight dormant ventilators arc to be fixed in the roof; a f
large curved air-pipe is to be pafsad through the floor. V
There are to be live pairs of stairs to ascend to the Lan- >
tirn the entrance to which is to be by a trap door covered C
with copper.
The building is to be furnifhed with two complete elec- J
trlcal condu&ors or rods with points. The floors are to i
be laid with plank. The entrance into the light house is 1
to be well feeured by a strong door hung upqn hinges with J
a strong lock and latch complete.
Also a frame dwelling house of one story, to be I
twenty eight feet in front and fifteen f#et deep with a eel- I
lar under it, if it fhonld be found practicable to make one.
the cellar wall* are to be fourtoen inches thick, and fen
veil feet high. The story of the House to be seven feet and T
: one half in the clear, tneroof to have a redanguUr pitch, e
the floors to be laid in whole lengths nailed through - il
' The House is to be compofcd oj two rooms ol about i
' thirteen feet and one half by fourteen feet and one half on
' the lower floor.—the stack of chimnies is to be between the i
two fitting rooms and it is to have two plain fire places, one t
- of them larfjfc for a Kitchen, to which is to be jointd an t
: oven.—there is to be an outer door in front between the o
B two rooms and in the rear, in the Kitchen-; there are to be a
two windows in each of the rooms. • c
f F.ach falh is to have twelve panes of glass eight by ten <j
inches. Each window is to have aaftrong plain shutter with e
I faftenings and hinges : the doors are to be hung and*fur
nifhed completely : the cieling and inner fides of the House r
are to he plaiftered with two coats. All the wood work j
II outside is to be well painted, and the whole is to be finifh- c
1 ed in a plain and decent manner. J
e Oil vault istobe built ten by twelve feet in the ]
e clear, arched over and covered with earth or sand, over
* which a jhed is to be built. It is to be furnifhed with three '■
t strong cedar cisterns with covers, each capable of sontain-
ing two hundred gallons : the entrance to the vault is to be
° feeured by a strong door.
The builder is to procure and pay for all materials, la- <
e hot, workftanfhip, provisions, and other objetfls of cost,
* charge, or expense for a sum, to be proposed and agreed
upon, and to exetut- the before described work, and ewe
't ry part thereof, in a good and workman-like
l " Convenient payments or advances, on security, will be
C m?de - . , t
v4pril 17. m&th ti
c •
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fc •> (price Sintan Dollars.)
ie A New Syjiem of Modern Geography :
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»- and prefnt fate of the fevcral Nation of the IVorlJ,
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th cording to the Newtonian fyl- changes that havn been any
tem, and the latest obferva- where observed upon the face
id tions of nature since the mod ear
-11. A general view of the ly periods of history.
Earth considered as a planat; VIII. History and origin
je <vith several nfeful definitions of nations; their forms of go
to and problems. vernment, resignation, laws,
«f 111. Grand divisions ®f the revenue-!, taxes, naval and
-h Globe into land and water, military strength.
continents and islands. IX. Geni»», nanncrß,cul
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ng ii. A Table of the Coins of all nations, and then value m
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111. A Chroßoiogical Table of remarkable events, from
nr, the Creation to the present time,
Ite The Agronomical part by James Fergufon, F. R. S.
a Corrected by Dr. David Rittenhousi.
To which are added.,
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The first American edition, corre&ed, improved, and
greatly enlarged. Containing the following
Maps and Plates,
i Map of the World 23 Hindoftam
a Chart of the World 14 Africa
m ~ 3 Europe 2J United States
4*Co»atiiesr6undtheNorth 16 Brttfh Dominions in A-
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5 Sweden, Denmark, Nor- Weft Indies
'■-k W ay and Finland. 28* Province of Maine
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« England and Wales Jl'Conneaicut *
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the 17 Spain ani Portugal 41 *North Carolina
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10 Asia 44*Ge»rgia
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°d- 12 China
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lat The United States Register for 1795,
irds Price 50 Cents. ~C, ONTE NT S.
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tis tables, &c. &c. States. Population
£aft Supreme Executive Lift of the Officers
be Lcgiflature > Statement oi Exports
sos Judiciary Public Debt
Department ef State Pay, &c. of the army
>be Department *f the Treafu.-y Mint Eftablilhment
iver Commillioners of Loans Rules for reducing the cur
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:en- Light Houses other
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the Duties on tonnage and pence less than a do!-
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Drawbacks, &c. and regu- the different ftat«»
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The revenue laws, relating to Poll-office eilablifhment
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See. ef goods, and the the principal towns in the
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to the payment of duties, Banks
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Expences of Government Seflions of. the Court# j
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STAft Governments. - ~
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MafTachnfetts Order of time in which thd g
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New-Jersey Table of the Suo's rising „
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Maryland and merchandize export- ,
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Kentucky from the ift of Odtober
North-Carolina '9O, to 30th Sept. 1791. L
Charlotte a tale of truth—by Mrs. Rowfon, of the
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its mer it.]
" It may be a tale of truth, for it is not unnatural, and
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teacher, recommended to a school, from humanity ra
ther than a eonvi&ion of her integrity, or the regularity, i
of her former conduit, is enticed from her govern'fs, and
accompanies a soung officer to America—the marriage
ceremony, if not forgotten, is postponed, and Charlotte
dies a martyr to the inconstancy of her lover and treach
ery of his friend.
The situations are artless and affe&ing—the description
natural and pathetic ; we Ihc-ald feel for Charlotte if such a
person ever existed, who for one error, scarcely, perhaps
deserved so severe a puftilhment. If it is a fiction, poetic
juflice is not, v e think, properly diftributad."
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Ij. Adventures of Roderic Random, i vols, t dollar aad
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3. Notes on the Bate of Virginia—by Thomas Jefferfon.
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.5 Plowden's History of the British Empire, from May
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[This is an interesting and valuable publication as has
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6. Beattie'j Elements of Moral Science. 2 vols. One dol
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•July 3
William Young,
Bockfclltr and Stationer, corner of Chef nut and Street f No.
Has juji received a large and excellent assortment of Stationary
articles, amongfl xvLith are
Writing, Drawing, and Printino Pa«*i, viz-
Superfine Imperial, Superfine extra large folio post
Ditto do. wove, Ditto flat and wove
Ditto do. flat Superfine folio poll
Ditto do. common Ditto do. wove do.
Superfine super royal Ditto do. flat and woT€\
Ditto do. wove Superfine extra large thick
Ditto do. flat wove and thin 4to post, plain
Ditto do. common Ditto do. gilt
Superfine royal Ditto do. wove
Ditto do. wove Superfine small post, folio &
Ditto do. flat do. quarto
Ditto do. common Common 3c wove, gilt and
Superfine medium plai*
Ditto do. wove Superfine foolfcap
Ditto do. flat do. Ditto do. xvove and gilt
Ditto do. common Ditto No. 2,
Superfine demy Transparent folio post, for
Ditto do. wove tracing maps, flcc. &c.
Ditto do. flat do.
Common and fine glazed wafers in boxes from 1 ounces
to 10 pounds each, fuptrfine sealing wax, common do.
500 Reams Royal Printing Paper, J
for Newspapers.
London brown assorted, log-book paper, hatter s paper,
ftainfr's paper, common krown, patent Iheathing paper,
bonnet-boards, binder's boards.
Also, a variety of Wedgewood, ind cut and plain glass
philosophical ink-stands, well assorted ; pewter ink-chests
of various sizes; round pewter ink-stands, paper, brass,
and polished leather ink-stands, for the pocket. Shining
sand and faud-boxes, pounce and pounce boxes, ink and mk
pnwder, black leather and red morocco pocket books, with
v and without instruments, of various sizes. Counting-house
and pocket pen-knives of the best .quality, afs-flcia tablet
memorandum books.
, Quills, from half a dollar, to threedollars per hundred,
Black lead penc Is, mathematical instruments, &c. &c.
All forts of blank books ready made or made to order.
Bank checks, blank bilUof exchange, and notes of hand
executed ia copper-plates, Tomkins copper-plate copies,
bill of lading, manifests, seamen's articles and journals,
&c*. Jtc. . .... ,
A well fele&ed colle&ion of law books. Also, ot
Gfceek, Latin, and English dafliics, are now in use in the
colleges and schools of the United States.
June 30. ' w&sfew
Mordecai Lewis,
Has for Sale at his Store, N». 25 Great Dock Street,
A few bales of East India Goods, consisting of Baftai,
Coffas, Emerties, Huimhums, and Book muflics.
A Bale of Nillaes and Peniafc»e»
Ruflia Sheetings and Sail Duck
Ravens Duck
China Silks
A cafe of Diapers
Barcelona Handkfs. in Boxes
Roll Brimstone
Souchong Tea in small boxes
a quantity of Grind Stones.
June 9, 1795- c»dom.
120,000 lb. Prime Green C O F F EE,
, For sale by
June II
d Fresh T E A S,
Of Superior Quality, viz.
Imperial, or Gunpowdsr
Hyson Gomee,
1 It quality Hyson,
jd. do. *»*>•
Young Hyion»
Hyloii Skin, and
£ Sonchong.
A fen Boxes of each, for sale at
>f No. 10, Third Street, South.
ts eodtf
rs Dec, to -
Ha* for sale, at his (tore on Walnut-street wharf,
,f St. Croix Rum and Sugar of superior quality.
- St. Domingo Indigo.
Laguira and St. Domingo Hides.
100 Pockets of fine Cotton. , teW4W
June 43. |
ft 0 R S A L E,
Avery Valuable ESTATE,
Called TfrttTßtfHAM*
SITUATE in the townjbip of Upper Derby, and cmir.ty of
Delaware, 7 1-1 miles from Philadelphia, and half a mile
from the new Weflern road: containing 130 acres of excellent
Land, 45 of -which are good watered Meadow y 90 of prime
Wood Land, and the rejl Aruble of the frjl quality. There are
on the premises a good twoSory Brick House, with 4 rooms on
a floor, and Cellars under the whole, with a Pump IVtU of ex-,
cellent IVaterin froht; a large frame Barn, Stables, and other
convenient buildings; a Smoke-House andfione Spring House ;
good Apple-Orchards, ff/rr of PcachiS. The Fields are all in
; Clover t except those immediately under tillage, and are so laid
out as to have the advantage of IVater in each of them 5 which
renders it peculiarly convenient for Gra%ing.
The filiation is pleasant and healthy, and front the high culti*
vation of the Land\ the good neighborhood, and the vicinity to the
ty 9 it is very suitable for a Gentleman s Country Seat.
Toe foregoing is part of t fie Eft ate of Jatob Harntan, deceajed\
and offered for sale by
Surviving Executor*
June 4, 17ffS. tof f
Fresh Fkuits &c,
To-Morrow Morning will be Landed,
At Stamper's wharf, from on fcoard the schoo
ner Eliza, T. matter, dired from Malaga.
300 Qr. Calks old Mountain Wine,
of superior quality.
500 Qr. Barrels Bloom Raisins.
100 Boxes Lemons.
208 Boxes muscatel Raisins.
194 Jars ditto ditto.
48 Sacks foft-fiiell'd Almonds,
a Kegs Figs, &c.
Far Sale by
May J6t—mzutf
For Exportation.
ORDERS immediately executed—and warranted of the
best quality, by
•' No. 118 South Water Street.
Where private families and tavern-keepers may be sup
plied witlt the feme for intfnediate ule.
May 11. 3»wtf
SCHEME of a Lottery authorized by an aft entit
led " an atft to enable the Prelidetit and Managers
of the Schuylkill and Sufquehanna Navigation, and the
' Prelident and Managers of the-Delaware and Schuyl
kill Canal Navigation, to raise by way of Lottery, the
sum of four hun red thbu&nd dollars, for the pur
pose of completing the works in iheir of incorpo
ration mentioned.
x Prize of 50,000 dollars it 50,000
I 30,000 30,000
5 lo,oco to b« paid to the poflellbra of
the tickets of the five last drawn number*, 100,000
X 15,000 15,000
» 10,000 are » 10,000
6 4,500 i;,ooo
I a,OOO to be paid to the pofleil'or of
1 tic ticket of the firft drawn number, ' 1,000 ♦
10 1,000 10,000
1® 1,000 »0,000
40 S°° 10.000
100 100 10,000
r 16,500 11 198,000
16,687 Prizes, 500,000
(< 33>313 Blanks,
50,000 tickets at 10 dollars each, 500,000
All Prizes lhall he paid ten day* after the drawing
is finilhed, upon the demand of the pofiefTor of a for
r» tunate Ticket, fubjeeft to the-dedudlion of fifteen per
* Such prizes as are not demanded in 11 months after
s th' drawing is finilhed, of which public notice will be
s ' given, (hall be considered as relinquilhed for the ufo of
_ g the Canal, and applied accordingly. (
At a meeting of the President and Managers of the
k Schuylkill and Sufquehanna Canal navigation—and
, t the President and Managers of the Delaware etud
Schuylkill Caual, H'ednejday, May 13, 1795.
j Resolved,
' That David Rittenhoufe, Joseph Ball. John Stein
r_ reetz, Standilh Forde, and Francis-.Weft, be a Commit
d tee to arrange and direct the mode of difpofmg of the
s, Tickets ; which Committee lhall deposit the Money in
s, Bank, to be c rried to the credit of an account to be
opened for the Lottery.
>f Extraft from the Minutes,
ie r. MATLACK, Sec'ry.
to the joint meeting of the two T cards
The drawing of this Lottery will p-n.tirely
commence on the firft day of September nex :
Tickets may be had at the Company's Office near the
Bank of the United States, an.'tof either of the sub.
I, fcribers.
JOHN STEINME-7Z, }■ Minagert.
June 1. a*\rtf.
THE fubferiber offers for sale, a FARM, containing about
300 acret ; diflant from the City of IVaJhington and George.
Tston between 8 or, 9 miles. A Plot oj this Land is In the bands
of Mr. Peter Cafanave of George-Town, liiewife of Mr. Tbo*
_ was Fitxjimons, in Philadelphia, and Air. Rwrrt IVal'h, in Bml
> timore.
■> Tic Land will be finvn to any ferfin, by applying to John
Lydam, tvho lives adjoining. It lays in a sountry, and
a good neighborhood. There ar. on it a common sountry dwelling-,
house, a large tobacco-house, and an orxhari of go d fruit, aconflant
tlream with a great fall runs thro' it, and between 30 or 40 at ■et
of good meadow may be eafdy made. The lines of tiit above include
about 40 acres of woodland. Convenient credits will be ajforded
to the purchaftr if deftred.
Montgomery County, June I, I 795.
JV. B. The land lies between tw. merchant m'dls, one diftaesl
about a mile, the other almojl adjoining. Jane 15.
James M'AJpin,
No, 3, South Fourth Stuiet,
Returns his grateful acknowledgement to hi- friende
and tlie Public for their liberal tncouiagem. Nt, and
begs Uiave refpeflfuliy to i'olicit a Contimanre of
their Favours.
At his Shop Gentlemen can be furtiiftieA witl the best
materials, and have them made tip and tii !h«d ,n
the I.eateft and 1110 ft falhion; ble manner.
Ht w .11 thankiuHy rece ve any orders and pay a
nr n mpt -*1 i punctual ntteMi n to them. .
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