Gazette of the United States. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1795-1796, August 15, 1795, Image 3

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    gazette of the united stapes.
PbILADILPHI ', Augujl 15.
Pursuant to the consent and advice of the Senate,
as expreflVi' in their refutation of the 24th June
lalt, thePrefident of the United States has ra.ified
the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation,
between his Britannic majelty and the Untied State*
of America.
S T'O C K S.
Sin per Cer.t. ------- jftf
Three per Cent. - - - - - » .ny
Deferred Si* per Cert. - - - i nj~
BANK United States, - - - . -
. — North .metica, - - - - -
Pennfylvatiia, - - - - -
fv'tTRANCE CoMfANr Nort \-ntrica, 30
■ Pennfylvania,[lnt. orT] 6 •
• How truly content ttble a figure, fays a Correspond
ent, does the Aurora cut. Finding that pofitivc afier
tion without any foundation, will uot arifwer t > prove
vhat they wiiTi, and that it it sure to he refuted by
ftatenients f r fass, — abandoning a dire<3 and positive
afiertion, do these people attempt in the mod pitiful
maimer to cla~a> off. See article refpeifting Mr. Pinck
ncy's letter, in the Aurora of this Jay.
The Committee appointed by a general Meeting of
the Citi/.-iis of P'lihJ-Iphia, the Northern Liberties
anil the t)iftri<3 of Southward, to fipjn ind to transmit
to the Prslidcnt of the United State 3, the memorial
expre'live of the Scvi'nents of the Meeting in relation
to the Treity negociated between Mr. Jay and Lord
Orenv lle, have received by the hand* of Dr. William
Sa.p.ien 'he following Answer, which they thiuk
it th ir d :ty to pubiifh for the information of their
Philadelphia, Augult 14, 179 c.
Tio nas Sic Heart, AlcxH'idsr J. Dallas,
C'l/Tr- Pettit, John 5 unn vick^
Mof?s L.-vr, "John Hum,
IVdliam Coats, Abt ahatn Coats,
*jo?n BfrJt.'r, Stepbe'i Gtrard,
Krcdertck -1. Muhlenberg, William Sbippen, junr.
Thomas L?" SApien, Blair Mc'Chnacban.
Untied Statu, I 2th Augujl, IJ.
T HAVE received your letter of the aSth of July*
eovering th; Memorial of a Meeting in Philadelphia.
As the Aftfwer which ! have given on a limdar oc-,
cation to the Sel.-ilrri -!i of Bolton, i« applicable to this
Mjmoriai, I think it proper to transmit a Copy thereof
to you.
With due rcfpciS,
I am, Sir,
Your Obi lient,
(Signed) Go. WASHINGTON.
Dr. Villiam Shippen, juur.
]L%e\\tl Price, Thnrr. is I'/'d.'ey, WlU' Bordman,
Eb'ntccr Sravr, Thomas Crafts, Thomas E.i
ivtirdf, It ilTtam Li'tlr, William Scollay, and Jtffc
Putnam, Efquirti, Siltnmen ofthe Town of BoJluh.
In every act of my adminilbratioo I have fought
the Inppinris of my ftliovv citizens. My fyffcm for
the attainment of this obj ft has uniformly been to
overln jk sll perf >n»l, loca',. and partial confederations,
to contemplate t(je United St»tr» a» <»•>« n>-«atw>hiv f,
to confide that Hidden imprrflions, when erroneous,
•svoald viehj to candid reflation, and to confuh on-
Jy the fiibftantial and permanent interests of oar
Country. have I departed from this line of conduct,
on the oeeafion which has produced the icfolutions
Contained in your letter of the ijth '"ft-
Without a pre.'.ile£lion for my own judgment, 1
have weighed with attention every argument which
has at any time been brought into view—But the
Cm (lit ut ion is the guide which 1 can never abandon.
]t has a (Tinned to the Prefii ent the power of making
Treaties with the advice a;id consent of the Senate.
It was doubtless supposed that these two branches
of government would combine without paflion, and
with the bell means of ins rriMti in, those farts and
principle* upon which the success of our foreign re
lations will always depend ; that they onght not to
substitute for their oivn conviction the opinions ofo
theis s or to seek truth thr nigh any channel but
that of a temperate and well informed inve ligation.
Under this persuasion, I refolvel on the
manner of executing the dutylwfore me. lo the
high refponlibility attached to it, I freely'- submit ;
and yon, gentlemen, are at liberty to make these
sentiments k'lown a« the grounds of my procedure.
While I fed the moit lively gratitude for ihemany
intances of approbation from my cpuntty, I can he
trtherwife dcfei ve it than by obeying the dlitales o
my eoafcience.
With due refpeft,
I -'Tn gentlemen,
Yelir Obedient,
UVT'.D $TJTSi, 7
iph July . 795. j
ExtraS of it letter J rem an Ojjicer in the Army under
Genlral WavSe, dated' at Greenevilie, July
lalb, 179J -
" A fahiie from the Citadel isthis moment an :
flouncing to the Lrgion thearrival of the Wyandots
to join in Council and i'moke the Pipe of Peace—
the ireaty profperP—the council fire burns bright,
and we frruiked yesterday in pood fellowships as the
to ferioiu bufiitefs."
Schr. Andrew, HillmAn,
Br!p Snllv, Cook,
Scli'i" Maria, Hefs,
Columbia, Bulls,
Sloop Farmer, Bnuvn,
HAVE removed their INSURANCE OFFICE and
. STOKE to No. lie Sruth front street,
!h "v bav: fur SjU t
OM Bill Wine
Scfuciu tifr iV
S 'ii Can vas •& •»
BOSTON, Ainjaft 10.
Saturday arrived (hip C» lia, Capt. Hat Way, in
47 days from Havre—Some translations by this ar
rival, in our next.
This (hip bring* intelligence of the arrival at
Antwerp of the fohooner Helena, Capt. T. Lovell
belonging to this port. This is thefcrft velTel that
has navigated the River Scheldt, for more than, 150
Beit known unto all it may concern, that on the Jay
of the date hereof, before me Christopher EUery, Pub
lie Notary for tl»e cqjjnty of Newport, m the state of
Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, in the Unjted
States of America, came 1 homas Bliss, matter of the
(loop Peggy, of Newport, just arrived from New-York
3» pr. Cent,
jo -
*8 -
and Louis Andre Piehon, formerly secretary of the le
gation of the French to the United State#, paiTenger on
board laid sloop, together with S. A. Hiffer, citizen of
Bolton, and Capt. Chabert, also a paflenger on
said sloop, all of,whom on oaths, declire, that
yesterday at j o'clock in the afte noon, being the firll
day of August, inftart, they were at a distance of two
miles from the light houff, in Narraganfet bay, in said
sloop, bouad to Newport; when being opposite the
fame, a Britilh (hip of war the Africa, commanded by
Home, fired a cannon (hot at said (loop, as a figrial to
bring her too j that the (loop had then American lulors
flying; that the mailer obeving the signal, soon per
ceived two boats coming to the sloop from the (hip of
war, which boats were manned by a part of the crew
of this (hip, and out of which came four or fivs officers,
two of them appearing to be higher in command than
the'others, ordered the captain,of the laid sloop to go
near to the (h p,with u'hich order he complied, and soon
anchored astern of the said (hip ; that, n the mean time,
the officers asked the said- master of tne (loop several
queftijiHS,particularly if he had any paflingers on board,
ami he answering to this question in the affirmative, was
to'd by them that they came on purpol'e to take the
late French mraifter, M. Fauchet, whem they knew to
be on boaad with dispatches ; that the master aud pas
sengers then informed them that M. Fauchet had left
the sloop in the m iming, at Sto:)ington, where they
had been detained two days, by contrary wihds ; and
that he hid also left Stonington aforefaid,on horseback,
with dispatches and public papers, which were ail
taken out or pasteboard boxes, as a proof of the lad
aflertion, fhew«J the said boxes empty, five in number,
that M. Fauchet had really let ; the officers, not fa is-
fied with the answers given, said their # ordsrs were poj;
tive, and dirtied them to search all the trunks of the
pafTengers, at which proceeding they hoped no one on
board would be hurt, as their duty requited the fame ;
that,tjwy accordingly had all the trunks and b 'xes in
the cabin opened, and not finding any papers they went
into th* hold, where having ordered iVI Fauchet's fer-
■ant to open the trunks of his mister, they had them
mptied, in prsfenoe of all the paflengtrs, and out of
one cf '.he trunks, they took a bundle of paper, which
■ hey gave to otie of the officers in care, when the search
wen- on for the other trunk*; thai they then asked for
;wo other trunks of N4. Fauchet, faying that they had
notice of four trunks (hipped on board the said (loop.
and feeing: several otht r trunks flowed about, they, the
said officers demanded the owners ; that one of these
belonging til Capt. Cliahprt, afore nam- d, a gentleman
engaged in commercial and £.afaring bufincfs, was over
hauled and the p.ipers confiding chiefly of sea-books,
or journals, examined and put afnle wi.h a tin box,
Containing some fiaperj. with letters diredied to dif
ferent perl'ons in France; that thev then fell
trunk of M-PiiW, * s they founcrteavy, Ihey ,
defircdro havs.t opened,threatening oneftrpped
forward with the key, to break the lock thereof; tnat
M. ri. hon then went forward and opened the trunk,
wiiich proved to be full of written under clothes;
these thrown cut, they observed t .at it was-the trunk
ot M. Fauchet's secretary, and that i:» containing furh
a quantity of papers, was a fufficicnt reason for taking
it on" board the (hip, for the ihfpcflion of the Captain of
th° (hip ; that an officer then vent on board the (h:p
with such papers as he thought proper to take with him,
that he might receive the orders of-the commanding
officer relative thereto, and relative to further procecd
:ngj, that this officer soon returned and permitted the
{loop to depart, faying that the main obje<?t being
miffed, no further detention was necefiary,and return
ing the papers which he had taken on board 'he (hip,
and that the two boats having left the (loop, after a de
tention of two hours, fee came to fail and arrived at
Newport in the evening.
(Signed) Thomas W. Bliss,
Louis Andre Pichon,
S. A. Hoffir, and
In feftimony that the afoi cfaid declaration was made
before me, the afore-named public notary, as is above
set forth, and cm the id day of Atiguft, in tlie year 1795,
and the 20th year of Amcricnn Independence, I have
hereunto set wy hand and notarial fcal, the day ami
year aforefaid.
. (L.5.) CHRIST. ELLFRY. Pubic Not*rv.
Ctrtlfie tonfurme l'expedition qui fcra enregiltcrer en
la Chaocellerte »u Confulat de .a Rcpubaqui Jfrmcatf.- a
Boston, ce 19 Thorraidor, de l'an 3 de la Republic Fran
caife, uhc et indivisible.
Le Consul de li Rdpublique Francaife a Boften.
Messrs. Priwtfrs,
THE People of Conne&icut are very much at
tached to the Federal Government. Our News
Papers contain n© attacks upon it, nor any thing |
ahuGvetothe perfoni concerned in the Adminiftra- j
tK>n. Even the late Tieaty with Great-P»ritain,
which agitates all parts of the Union; has not e*
cited a Angle measure or publication againfl it in
this Stale. If we had not been favored with the
address of your Correspondent, Leo m das, we never
Ihould have difcorered that this State teemed with
such Murderers, Thieves, Rjfrnh, D'tf
organizers, and what nor, who arc planning the
downfall of the President, and the deftruftion of
the national Government., The Public are tinder
great obligations to Leotiidas 1 How important
this discovery is to us! How much is due to Leu
nidas for making it known ! He ought to give his
real fame to the public that he may reap the re
ward due to his patriotic services. Where a writer
publifhco for his own benefit, it is a pity that.he
Ihould miss his end by not being generally koown
Port-au Prince
St. Croix
St. Thomas
[By De/ire ]
From the Porijmouth ( iV. //. J Paper.
Mr Peirce,
IN your paper of Saturday the ift inft. you in
serted a piece from the Gazette of the Urr'e:!
States, in which it is said the Virtuott 7en (o<"the
Senate) prevented any negociarion being renewed
on the fubjeft of the Ne£*oes, and that the Refo
lution brought forward by Mr. Ouvn, touching
ihe Negroes, would have been agreed to, had ei
this Day*s Mails.
ther Meflrs, Burr's RolinAn, JT/7tetveV
Mufan, tSriiuris Marjhal, Martin, Bloodvunrtb, or
"Jiichfin, voted iii the aiii- mativr-—Tins is a.pi 1: 1,
jalfe insinuation— is a fact, that fom l ', it no
all, of thpfc Gentlemen, voted for Gunn's RefiJu
tion, and that it waslott hy a part of the majont"
voting against it—Forfurely the Twenty Senato .■
who were all Jjrefent, could have catried the que}
tion, had they tuotight proper—but having carried
their point in obtaining the, vofe to ra'ify th
lilejfed Treaty—it was thought by them improper
to fetter the business with the Negroes.
From a Correjpondrnt.
The following is a fart in substance of the very de
cent letter written by Capt. Home, of the Bntifr
ship Africa, to the British consul at Newport, and
to be communicated to the Gdvernor, allud d ti
under the Providence bead, and received from good
Captain Home states the necefiity of procuring flip
plies tor his velTcl—he had received information-thai
hii people visiting the shore for that pnrpofe would
meet with miiilt—This led him to claim the attention
equal to what was received by the cit(2ens of the
French republic, and to complain of the disregard of
the American« tothe h\*» of nations.
He demanded, and that not feigncd'j, the aid <5f the
citil authority to imprefifuch Dritiih feaineri as fliould
be found on shore.
He alleoged that a Britifli officer was taken from a
vefic! in Newport, and imprisoned on board the French
Frigate laying there, whom he demanded to bexeleafcd.
An immediate reply was required from the Governor ;
He (hould haul his ship into the harbour of Newport
If his people were infuiteu by a mob, er any indivi
dual—he Jhould pi oteil ihem.
.Note. The captive officeV alluded to appears to be
the fame that Was taken by a French privateer and at
the time of Capt. H's application, was it) New-York
Extrait of a letter fr.m Havre, dated the 2id June,
to a g? tleman in 1 his city»
The manufa&ories of this country have been nearly
d(P.roved — what by requisitions, and what" by the war
ring of faclions. However, I think it will fpetdily
revive, on a peace, which every thing in my mind be
gins to foretel. On the firft Prairial, there was a great
r'rlai of the disposition of the people, and I have no
doubt from the evens of that day, and the three fol
iowmg, of which I was a'very attentive witness, that
the principle of the revolution has taken perfect root.
Fl*at the people of Frajice have infinite merit, they
always obey the laws, but "he evil has beeu, the law
lias been abu Ted—but tranquility will put the power
into the hands the peoplechufe, who will not abuse it.
The bloody reign of Kob-fpierre is finally at an end,
•and his memory more deftoftcd thar. that ol any tyrant
you can name to the French.
DIED —Wednesday night last, of a very Ihort >11-
nrfs, ry lr. John Simmons, an old and much refpeJled
inhabitant of this city, and it is said, the molt corpu
lent man in the Voired States.
RICHMOND, Angnft 7.
The following wanton munlcr w~s committed on
Monday the 27th u!t near Hick ry bridge, Princess
Anne country. William Stone and Bason Land, both
inhabitants of laid county, foine differences on
Sunday evening refpifl ng money mutters, parte
feeminjly displeased. N.xt morning Mr. Land, on
corning to Stone's houle for the purpose of reconciling
their dispute, was fired at by Stone from his doer,
with a mufcet loaded with buck (hot, the contents 0/
which lodged in Land's ; h,. survived onlv a
—■»>»•>." -int* -- •• • t a i
rendered himfelf to a magillrate ; but, on conrfutfing
him 10 Kempfville jail, he thought prop r (for the
present) to evade justice, by a precipitate flight into
the woods. What adds to thie melancholy catailropl.e
is, their being on the ch'feft intimacy and having large
From the American Mtrcury.
Mr Bapcock,
Your pivine the foliowinp a p'acr in your uieful pap-r,
--A - -
will be'pleafing at least to one ot you readers
IT was highly pleasing to ine, to fee in your paper
of the oth June, an account of the fufptnfion of the
sentence aga.nft Fogel and Mitebrl, by the Supreme
Executive I 'till November next. These men were ccn
demi.ed for treason. Now,'tis certain thai some of
our natural rights must bt given up tor a civil (tare.
But no man ever bought hinifclf obi' cd give up
far a civil itate, what lie had no right to dispose ot.
And I fancy men are generally that they have
not a right to dispose of their'own lives, but confides
their r : to life as -what they cannot alienate or tr-in.-
fer. It is difficult therefore for me to fee, how a man
offending >gainst the state, forfeits his life to tl.e states;
or the right government have to take it away. We
live in a uay of free inquiry. And to our joy fee the
religious Dogmas that past ages lupported
Superstition, under the name of J?, ligoni exploded and
exploding more and *no;'C. '7 is to he wished that
I some lkill'd in jurifprndence would turn their atten
tion to the laws in being, and fee if there is nothing
ill them that wants altering and amending. But 1
comfort myfelf that our Supreme Executive is wile
and good ; a..d will give the wofld a better example
rfian it has hitherto had: And that the day is not very
far off when men will conlider it as unjust and impo
litic to late away the life of anyVerfoii, without orders
from the great giver and disposer thereof, as to charge
the whole race of men with the fin and guilt of the
fr ft man. _ J'
ALBANY, August 7.
The commiflioners appointed tr treat with the
Indian tribes, for the purchase of their rofervation
Jands, have held tieaties with the o"or.dagas and
Cn/ttsras ; effeftcd the objeft-of their miffi »n
to tokitual fatisfaflio'n.—The Indians have reded to
this state a!! their said lauds, except a very small
quantity, which they have Hill reserved for such of
th-ir people as arc set.led, and intend remaining
IV., pevfons from Niagara liad the preemption
j attend theft- treaties, as agent* sot the Indians ;
but the c\ mmiffionets peremptorily rtfuledto <dlow
them any ageoty whatever in the business.
A tteaty is novr pending with the Oneidas.
We aie infotmed from jrood authority that on the
zS'-hnlt. the CommifTioneis for treating with the
Cayuga, Onondago and Oneida Indians, concluded
a treaty with the two firft mentioned nations, by
which the Cavugas ceJe to the people of this state,
about 60,000 ai res of their refe'rvation lands, to re
ceive for the fame annually 1800 dot art—the Onon
daga* relinquish their right to the Salt Springs, and
the one mile of land around them, for 500 dollars
annually «tfo, their half mi>c land al(1II K the O
nond.'ga Creek, for 200 dollar, annually. Our in
formant, who left the Commissioners at Oneida on
Monday last, thinks it probable a treaty alio
be concluded with that nation the present
On the 6th of July I'afl, lieutepant-goveinor
S .the fbur.rfi ft fTion of the L r 'jrffl;iture
•f the [>ro*in. c f Upc r. Canada,-by & fy-teh td-»
"re ijeiitlrmcn of the legislative council and bouse
•f aftVmMy, convened' in the couueil-chaniber at
Mt'w-Affc. - ' ■«
G.i the fubji-.ft of the treaty between t?<e United
">'utf3 and Great' Brit ii , governor v inline ob
erve , that it "■ ran lot r ail 'to be mutmilly b'ne
. si "iaj to tjiefubjcdls of :he ki ig, mure r fpeci 1 y in
BriiiOi A-merica, and to the people of i'lit- I'-i ed
| States;*may be hoped (he affds) it will sf
r equally remove aH grounds o r rr>ifund#r(!nndii.g."
The aff.-'nhly, in then to ,the • jjo\ernor*
fay "hey are happy to hear that a trea' y of ami y>
commerce and navigation, lias been com lnd -d l.e
vvccn his majelly aridtbe. United States ufNoeth-'
Artierk-a, tlmt will effectually remove all grounds
of miftindeift nding
For the GAlEfeiiE of tut UNITED SfdTJiS.
Mr- .'Finno; ...- »* ■v. K'y»j.
THAT thfc per foil? who hare so zeajrviflv advocated
• he doctrine of Liberty and Equality; fhfculd be the firft
to object to the treaty, hcoaafe it dots ii it ftpuUtefor
compensation to the proprietor*- of the 'negroes, who
went off with the- British, } truly : uvj)d rful! If we
take a'.retrolpediive view-os the vritirige'and speeches
ot those men, we fhalbfmd them deploHiig the fate of
Poland ; lanenting jthe ritiJet y of out feilow-eiiizrris ac
Algiers, and etirfing the authors of their mijfhrtunes—
but, when it beuotpes i queflion-whether it cottprrtf
.with'he d'p'ity ofjffeetnetv.-to hararcßt* -eareft in
tercfts in ocder to obtain Tor a number of
human beings wiio ha<t beeij f<" frrtyr-ire as 'to escape
froqj their eruti tyrants—w> find the i'ifne men wore
violent if pofljbk in iavom of finery ! tit is not my in
dention at this time to enquire into the truth of the argu
ment used by ttie holders of negroes,that atv immediate
,ti-fiancipa:ion would be .'angerous to the tranquility of
of phe country, becaufc it can o j ily apply to the policy
of liberating the now adluafty in.the United
•'t*tes but, th»t fuel a hue ant?cry should be raised on
the fcbiea of those who have made their, escape, and
from whom we hive nothing to dread,.is.not only anti
republican, but immoral and scandalous in the extreme.
If the perfot.s who are daily obtruding.their dull essays
on the public, m favour of compensation, were to re'er
to the -aa« of the National Convention of France, t'nev
would find, that this point has been decided a-»a*nTl
them—for the French have liberated all the ftav sin
tiieir colonies, vithoiit making any" compensation to
their mafiers I
It;is worthy of remark, however, that this sfl which
took pjfcrf duriftg the rdmmiftratiert o£ Robcfpierre, is
the only one, thai has not been approbated and extolled
by his partjian» in the United Stated-a convincing
proof that fe'f-interefl forms the toucl.Oonc of patriot
ism with all modern democrats. In'one of thefputhern
state* for example, liberty and equality are so
well under flood, that a cithten has been oUigcd from
motives of p< rfonal fafety, to mike a public apology or
dar,"% to queflion the propriety of fort' verv lawieft
and difgratehi! proceedings—where a f.nall portion of
the inhabitants are feading and loJling in the shade,
M'hi'it graier part are compelled to work up to,
the knees in water, txpoftd to the scorching rays of th£
fun—and where solemn fcftivals are celebrated to com
memorate the ,?d of September, 1791. The most pro*
found fi'ence has been obierved.on the fubjefl of the only
circumstance from which Robespierre could poffibiv de
rive any merit. '
I shall dismiss this fubjedl with observing, that if the
point ill dispute was to he submitted to a jury of real
and .lifinterefted republicans, there can be no doubt,
ware ».! K Bnij/h
compensation it ngw demanded: rui to .i,.«
any civilized nation would folemn'y stipulate rhat their
veflels fbould not aflord asylum to pcrfons who had
escaped from slavery, is an absurdity too prof? to be
credited-—And although ] frankly, ronf'efn that the
■reaty does not come up to my wifhes—ytt I cannot ad»
mit, that the stipulations therein contained, are liable
trail the objctfic ns which have been raised against them
— much lef; that it i» cenfiirable for the otniffion nf in
articl*, which if infei ted, would have proved an indeli
' blc stigma on our national chara&er.
From th; Albany Rtgijler
The Rev. Dr. Smith, of Charleflon* Souh
Carolina, is elcded Bishop of the several Epiltopal
Societies in that State.
The following is a ltd of the order at present ia
North America.
The llt-v. Samuel Seabuiy; Bishop in Connee
S. Provost, Bishop, New York,
W. White, Bishop, Pennsylvania.
T. J. Clagget, Bishop, Maryland.-
John Madison, Bishop, Vnginia.
G. Inglis, Bishop, Nova-Scotia.
Jacob Mountain, Bishop, Canada.
The Rev. Dr. Peters is Bishop, clc& for Vetjr'
Since the peace 5,11783, three hundred Episco
pal 1 s .rave been formed in the States
and Provinces. In most of them ditine service is
couftantly celebi. t.*d.
In that period also, one hundted and forty clergy
men have come tiom England, 01 been ordained If
the Bishop* in the State*.
Fif'y houfand copies of the American Prayer
Book have been printed, finceitg levifion.
The geneial Convention of the Church meets
in Philadelphia* 1 011 the fccond Tuefdty of Sep
tember next.
On Wtfdnefday, July 29, and Episcopal church
waft organized in W atertord, in this Hate.
Bkvjamin Ffit Knap, Majlrr,
Four, yeirs old, will carry about 19CO barrels, now
lies in the fti earn, nearly opposite to Vine : Strect
Apply to the Captain < n board, or to
Samuj l Coates,
August 15.
In the Prrfs, a Ain a feix> days tui/I be pMiJhed,
By Matbew Carey, nS Market Jlreet y
Of. a Series of papers respecting Mr,
Jay's Treaty.
CONTAINING- —Speech of Mr. Pinekney to the citi
zens of Charleston. Speech of Mr. Thompson it #
meeting of the citizens of Pcterfburg. Speeck of John
Dickinfoa, at the meeting held in Wiioniigtou. Camilluf'n
Defence of the Treaty—ascribed to the late Secretary of
the Treafury—WlUl iasilry other paper* •» thi» all-iw
portent fubje&'
'Augujt IS*
An Enimy to SiAVis.?,
No. )s» South Front-Street.
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