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WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER n, 1795-
Nuatbex 991.3 . — f —
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/• O.R SALE, B T
JOHN CRAIG, r
No. 12, T>oek Street,
10 Pipes of Joj
The very bejl Madeira IVIN E, she
no quarter casks of Sherry wine, or P :
window glas of different Gzes, ?
A rjuanti' y of baft Havannah fegajs m boxw, _N
A few casks of l*gar,
4 boxes of yard wide lnfh Ihiens,
4 bales of do. canvass,
s bales of red, white, and yellow flannels;
FORI S M QUI H, ™
barrels, now lying at Mr. Thaddle s v
wharf, in Southwark. , '
Philadelphia, Sept. 22.
THE brig '■
Lovely Rachel, p
Henry Roland, majler,
"NOW lying at Bickham's wharf. She will pofitWely jg
fail on Saturday next. For frcigta or paf&ge apply W —
the Captain onboard, or c , n
Noviio. § No. 170 south Front-ftredt.
<~&71 T H H BR I C
mSjl M A R I A Rut
John Caffin, mailer, '
at Mr. Wiring's wharf; lhe is ataoft _
08. 21, 1795' " 5 '
THE BRIG nc [ s
Thomas Giffcrd, matter,
Has .f her eargo engaged, and will fail in ?ac
a few days. For freight or passage apply on board at at 2
Wilcock's wharf, or to THOMAS NEIVMASfiX Rofs s
Who has for S/tit,
Coffee. Cotton, Claret in cafcs and hampers, Old Fron
winiac Wine in hoglheads, and fevwi doz. Mens ruffled
Christopher Franklin,jun. master,
HAS excellent accommodations for passengers ;■ win
fail in all this month ; three-fourths of ~er Cargo are
ready to go on board, a few tons of heavy goods w II
be taken on freight.—rw fnigbror paffageapaVy .0
the Matter 00 board, Peter B igbt, or to
SepHmber VI, 1795* ''
House Coals r
Of good quality, for sale on board the Wig Olive Branch, 1
Captain William Moore, Irom Liverpool, laymg •
nat-street wharf. Apply to .
Philip Nickhn & Co. *
WHO HAVE FOR CHARTER, el-
THE SAID BRIG
LIVE BRAN C ti.j *
SHE is a H3\v vessel, burthen about 2,0 c 3
barrels "floor, and will be ready to receive a cargo in a -n
k n B These Gent'emen who have Goods on board the j
Olive Branch, are requested to fend for them as soon as I
pofGble. oSober ijth §_
For Charleston, (S. C.)
R u b r, t[
NOW lying the firft wharf below Chefmit-flreet ; an-.l
■will fail in a few days. For freight, which will be taken
on low terms, apply to the Captain 011 board, or to
Naibro' & John Fruzier,
Ofiober 24. §iw. No 95 south Front-street.
For Sale, or Charter,
IG HVho 'R SE, -
Moles Townfcod, master,
BURTHEN 266*t08». A very strong, llaunch good vef- j
fcl, lying at Rofs's wharf. For particulars apply to
the' master on board, or MefCrs. Joftpb Ambon} <3 Son:
' Oilobsr 28. 1
JuJl Arrived per the Snow BoJion, 'fames Kirkpatrick,
Majler, fro~m Liverpool* (
113 Crates well-aflbrted Qneen's Wars, \
4000 bulhels best floved fine Sak, r
& to be fold at No. 1, Pine-street, by e
y antes Campbell, t
Alio, a few boxes well-aßbrtcd Irilh Linens.
. . _ J*?. T3.
J-/STZ- Said Snow for Freight or Char
ter, either tQ the Weft-Indies or
Enquire as above.
LYJNG at Willing and wharf;'a strong,
uew vessel, five months bid, built of red cedar, hur
then .30 tons, supposed will carry about I=oo barrels .
of flo'ir, is of ar. easy draft of water, and nas
r °' Jt'ssste
If not fold in two or three days, said vessel will pro
ceed for the state of New- ork.
Philad. Sept. 29. ■>
For Falmouth and a Market, I J
E D*G*% L T,
sQSnij'&f J»hn Hodge, master, Car' e
SHE will fail with ill convenient speed. For freight
or passage apply to J ,
Philips, Cramond IST Co. j qw
Knvfinber r>. Loll]
' THE ERla Blue
\ijjp4 J&jjp William Richards, mafir, f 0
WILL fail in all next week. For freight or paff»ge ap
plyto JESSE Us ROBER.T WALN.
November 9. . Ang
The Cargo of the brig Peace, Capatin Gray, from the
north fidv; of Jamaica,
(yill be landed to-morrow morning at Southjlreet "wharf, ——
High Proof RUM,
Prime SUGAR and COFFEE.
Peter Blight. 7 V [J
November 9. _
HAS FOA SALE,
At the Stores lately occupied by Wlurton & Greeves,
A FEW PIPES
London particular Madeira WINE; ti
A few quarter casks Old SHERRY ;
Russia MATTS, &c.
Thirty hhds. prime St. Croix SUGARS. f
November 6 d6t
~geor"ge!3obson, " J!
Hat just rcctived by the late arrivals from England, and
is now opening at his STORE,
N~'* 134, U
Market-Jlreet, corner of Fourth,
A Large affortmer.t of broad and narrow Cloths; Elaf- ' N _ d "
tic do. Kfrfeymeres; Coatings j Blankets; rlan- Mo °
nols, &c &c.—Also, an elegant aiTortment of I.ondon
and Mancheftcr printed Callicoes of the newest patterns, Anc
adapted for the fcafon, printed Cotton Handkerchiefs aod
PulLats, Pins', &c. which he will fell by the Picce or A k
1 Package on the lowcft terms for Cadi or approved notes
: at 2, 4, & 6 moriJis.
' November 5. pye
To-Morrow Morning will be "Landed,
At Stamper s wharf, from on board the A
I schooner Eliza, T. Arnold, majler,
direst from Malaga,
800 Quarter Barrels frclh BLOOM RAISINS p rl
300 Boxes dp. do. do.
300 Jars do. do. do. *
400 Boxes do. Mufcutel do.
115 Quarter Barrels FIGS
137 fces PRUNES
50 Kegs ANCHOVIES
" co Jars CiRAPES
' nSaeks Soft Shelled Tf^
II 100 Quarter Caffe MOUNTAIN WINE
O FOP. BY
PETER K T JHN.
cth TSTovember. dl.
No. 43, Chefnut-ftreet,
RESPECTFULLY informs his fn.nds and the pnblic
ing«n«ral, that he has imported in the l.ite arrivals
I.' from England, an elegant, cxtenfive and well ai
lortment of men's and women's hosiery—among which
is a very great variety ef beautiful fancy hosiery such as
ftriptd and clouded cotton- fine plated silk and cotton —
elegant patent fancy silk. Fine ftripedand cloudcd patent
worsted, &c. &c. which are now offered for sale upon
his tifual low terms, together with every other article of
I. J dry good-, suitable to the ieafon.
>0 iS. C. has also imported a great variety «f gentlemen's
a out size (lockings. ' Off. 24. _coxn»_ J v
the Partnerlhip of SAM. & THO. SHAW '■
1; TJEING dissolved in August last, by mutual consent, »
as JD a U those indebted, whose accounts are due, are de- or
fired to make speedy payment at their Store, corner of _
— Front and Arch-street. The business is now carried on
at the fame place, by
THOMAS SHAW, '
Who has for sale, on reasonable terms, for caih, or the
usual credit, r-
A general assortment of Merchandize,
Imported by the last vessels from London, Bristol, and Li- fti
verpool, suitable for the Fall Season. in
1 A Tobacco Engine and Prcfs to b; fold by Sam. Shaw, at
October 23. iaw3-»Sciaw do.
— ; d<
For iale, at low prices, fu
NAILS by the cask, from 3d to iod assorted, and a vari- | P 1
_ ety of Sprigs, Brads, and Tacks;
Cotton and wool Cards, from No. I to 12 ;
Hatters and ltock Cards;
Cards set in calf, suitable for cotton machines. 2-
Also Machines for cutting and heading Nails, with a va
' riety of articles suitable for that business, which will
be fold together.
ef- ] al ge stock of Wire, and other articles for carrying o>n
to the Card Manufailery, with the valuable machines for I
cutting the teeth, and other parts of the work.
And a quantity of Leather, Teeth, &c. now in forward
— ness for finilhing. Also, *1
cl A LEASE OF THE STORE,
Occupied by the late partnership of Webftcr, Adgate and t(
Whita. As the flore is convenient for the business, the ,j
machines fixed, and the whole in a condition to be work
ed, it affords a good opportunity for any one inclining to
purchafc and follow the business to do it to advantage.
Enquire of PETER W. GALLAUDET,
Oift. 20. dim. No. 63 Chefnut-ilrest. j
ar - FrcCh i E A S,
0i * Of fupirior quality, viz. 7
Impetial, or Gunpowder
ift quality Hyson,
2d. do. uo.
> Hyion Stiin, and
' Souchong. ,
- A few Boxes of each, for sale at
No. 19, Third Street, South.
rc j 5 Piecfn~.be- 10. CQ( '" 1
ent the higliefl price 111 Caih, will be given ior
A preference will be given to Claret Bottles.—Apply to
,ro ~ No. 187, iguth Third-itreec,
J Atril I®. I
i John Miller, jun. & Co. on^
No- 2, Cbcf'iut Jlreet,
3b addition to their aflortment now received, have on hind
remaining of the ] a
Cargoes of the Three Brothers® Arethufafrom India,
And for Me by the package only, _
A variety of Bengal and Coajl Goods, viz.
Low priced Coffaes 4-4 and 6-4 book muflics
Longcloibs in do. reaus
Patna h 'kerchiefs Humhumi boar-.
Shirting muflii.i Baftas chair:
Blue romals Cambricks cham
Book handkerchiefs in Mullin .r $
small bales neatly as- TafFaties l-v ory
sorted. Blue checks _ b ° He
variety of French Goods, viz. rpootl
Looking glasses Feathers and Flowers epargi
Angola gloves Paper hangings small
Linuis and Linau handkerchiefs, Ah table for the ware
Weft-India market. matr;
A few elegant Time Pieces. brass
Oft. 9th. }
_ . —— paint
Plaifter of Paris. '
7 f tons of Plaift rof Paris r«ceived by the brig Crojcr, an(l
Philip Sandf,mailer, from Havre-de-Grace,& for sale by view
Andrews 8c Meredith,
OA. 30. § No. 86,footh wharvas.
For SALE, by the Subscribers,
The following articles of the tajl importation from Chine. on .
160 Quarter Chelts Hylon Tea, very
120 Quarter Chests Souchong Tca,
400 Boxes China, containing Tea Setts,
4500 Pieces Nankeens.
Willings ess Francis.
Sepiember 14. , 3 taw
I SHOT, Hav
OHIt 11 sizes, from $1 lb to Grape,
CambooleS, Pots, and other catUngs executed at th«
fliort -il notice,
Nail rods, from iod to spike,
! Hoop Iron, of all Gzes, for cases or cutting into nails, from
, a brad lo I id nails,
Anchors, from Cwt.to loolfe.
I Bar Iron, V
r A Quantity of James Rivor Tobacco, p ac ]
. Carolina Pork. >
Herrings in barrels, Ma:
Kiln-dried corn meal in Hhds. and Bbls. of |
Rye fleur &c. to be fold by _
5 Levi Hollingfivorth & Son. j o h
Juti Arrived, and for Sale
From on bsard the brig Lad/ Wa'terjtorjf, laying at
the fubferiberi wharf.
A cargo of excellent St. Übes SALT,
For terms apply to the fubferiber.
£ O K SALE,
Imbcrtei in the Jhip Arethufa, from Calcutta and
Madrafs, a variety of
Col Ties, m
' c Handkerchiefs,
L '~ Calicoes. L
h To be Sold by the Package, for approved notes at
as tkree and four months, by
WILLIAM MACLURE & Co.
Nt No. 41 Dock Street, or
of JOHN MILLER, Jun.
,' s German PaJJ'engers
full arrived in the (hip Holland, Captain Franklin,
— from Hamburgh, now at anchor oppofitc- \ ine-ftreet, —
nt, whose time is to be agreed for by applying on board, SI
; e : or to PRAGERS & Co. 4J
of September 10. TJ
Canal Lottery-Office »;
Near the RANK of the UNJTstT) STA'TftS,
he Odder I, 1795. B'
'T'HI drawing of this Lottery began on Monday, the
, X 18tli ult. The sale of Tickets is continued by the
.i- ftibferiber, from 8 o'clock in the morning, until 3 0 cloA
in the afternoon, at the above office, and by J. Rob«rdc?u
w. at the Statc-Houfe, warranted undrawn.
Prize Tickets will Ve received in payment, subject to the ~
— deduction exprefled in the tickets—Price II dollars until J
further' Botice. Approved notes, with a good indorfer,
r ;_ payable loth' Decipher ntxt will be received in payment
for tickcts amounting to one hundred dollars ana upwards,
jj William BlaeLbiun, Agent.
SJh.eck Book kept at the Office. Tickets examined at (
l-ioo each number, and regiftcrod at 12-100 cach ticket.
ra- N. B. No tickets fold during the boursof drawing.
N°. 64,foutb Second-Jlreety
for ' P ANAL Tickets for sale, and calh or tickets given for
V>l any prizes that may be drawn.
_j Information given refpe&ing Washington lottery, and
eafh or Canal tickets given for prizes thit may bs drawn.
Both lotteries commence drawiug September aßth.
BOOKS will be kept of ach day', drawitig ia botli lot
a"d teries, and open gratis to the enquiries of the poflefforsof
t , e Tickets purchased at the OFFICE.
Halves, quarters, and eighths of Tickets may be
to had at the above Office. Sept. 26.
> BURR MILL STOCKS
Mide by OLIVER EVANS, at his Faaory, in th« old
wind-mill ia ElmGcy's alley, *
South Secind-JJrect, a little Mm D.d -Jlreet,
WHERE thole who apply may be fupplicd with (tone*
of such quality as will suit their purposes. _ Alio, <
stones for gudgeons to run on, and Plaifter of Paris. ]
, He keeps for S ALE?
At his dwelling No. zi 5 north Second-fu:eet* a Ifctle above :
A complets affortmcnt of both itr.pcrted and American
manufactured for merchaat and ceuatry work, which lie
The Younp Millwright's and Miller's GUIDE.
_ Containing a system of mechanics aad hydraulics as they
apply to water mills with the whole process of, and all the
late improvements on the art of manufacturing Hour c*.c
intended to be ufeful to all coi-oerucd in huildmg or using
y water-mills, which book is fold by Matthew Carey an
Robert Campbell, I
d Sept. 25. 3tdtawlf. \
s For 'Sate, at Public Vendue,
}On Monday, the 16th day of November, -t 5 o'clock in
the forenoon, 1
At the Htufi of Samuel Fraunces, innkeeper, deceaftd,
in Watcriftieet, between Chefijut & Waiuut-fireets,
A variety of HouJhold& Kitchen Furniture f
COniiftir.g of mahogany dining tables, in setts of 1,1, 3,
4, add";, pier tables, card table 6, rottad tables, bu
reaus, wafdrobe, night table, mahogany beUeret side
board, large plain do. mahogany worked backs and other
chairs, large gilded«4«ome looking glasses, small do. do.
chamber do. mahogany frame lookir.jr gla&s, plated and
hrafj fcortce* and chandeliers, mahogany knif. cases of
ivory handled knives and forks, iilvcr plated candlefticts,
do. tea urni, japann'd do. plated cake bufket, tea cady,
butter tub and (land, filvcr tea pot, milk-pot, fonp
fpoons, tablc-fpopus, tea-spoons, an elegant silver plated
cpurgnc and glali bowl sompleie for a dining tble, tea and
small waiters, setts of tea and table china, glass and queens
ware, table' cloaths, beds and bedding, hair and common
matraffss, chintz & fluff sets of bed and wind»w-curtains,
brass and bell mettle kettles, finoke jack, brass and iron
andirons, (hovel and tongs, carpets and carpeting, large
paintc-d floor clothcs, hall and fide lamps, bells and
I hangings, large and small iron pots, afnllfett of dish 09-
i vers, knives and fsrip, spoons, a pair of large ilron racks,
1 and many other articljs not enumerated, which may be
viewed any time previous to the djiy of f.Jc.
(Signed) fly order of the Executor,
Wm. Shannon, Auctioneer.
November 10. _ $
In addition to the above, will be fold a, valuable collec
tion of Wax Work moulds, of various fixes and impreS
on ; prepared during the life time of the defeafed at a
I very great erpence.
James & Henry Filher,
Nq. 8, lValnut-jlrr.-t,
| Have imported by the Rebecca, from Dubliai,
e I 7-8 4-4 white Linens,
7-8 brown de.
4-4 half white Sheetings,
1 I 9-8 brown and white do.
3-4 brown and white Lawns,
7-8 Dowlas ;
Which they will dispose of on reasonable terms, by the
I package, for cash ©r approved Notes, at 60 and 90 days.
I N. B. The above Goods being immediately from the
J Manufa&ories, it is prefumsd they will be found worthy
I of notice. o*sl. 26. t
I John Miller, jun. and his brother Alexander J. Miller,
I have entered into partnerfiiip, under the Firm of
John Miller, jun. & Co.
I Tbey bjhc received iy the arrivals from Europe t aid are now
opening for SALE,
At their STORE, No. 8, Chefnut-ftreet,
5 A capital ciffortment cf DR7 GOODS,
Suitable "to the feafon—amongH which are,
Broad and narrow Cloths,
Plain and fancy Coatings,
Bsavcretts and elastics,
u j 1 Rofeand point Blankets,
A variety of coarse Woollens,
India Goods, generally,
I French Goods.
All of which they will dispose of for cash or the nfuai
1 credit. O&ober 9. i
Landing, at Hamilton's Wharf,
I The CARGO of the Jhip TriJlram, J. CbrtJJie, frsifl.
1 -° barrelsof' | Mufc<rvado SUGAR,
45 barrels of COFFEE.
_ FOR SALt BY
in, I O>S. 26. d No. i7ofouth Front-street.
rd* I 53' Hogsheads,
' 459 Barrels, £ Coffee, above 600,0001b.
524 Bags, J
i 115 Hogsheads of choice Jamaica Sugar.
I 211 Bales of St. Domingo Cotton,
I Will be landed Monday morning, 24th inft. at South
Being the entire cargoes of Snow Hebe, fromjamaioa;
th: Brig Tolly, and Schoonor Industry, from Jerenue,
the mt silt it .
011 j o<3ober it. §
the j " '
mil The CARGO of the ship Harmony,
er » I Ezra ZjOivell, tnajier —from BOURDEAUX t
eilt j CONSISTING OF
; ds " BRANDIES, in pipes and puncheons; and
in hogsheads, is discharging from 91J
ket " !>oard thefaid Ihip at Cuthbcrt's wharf, and forfale by
— Andjews iff Meredith,
Sept. 15. d. No. 86, south wharves.
and I In calks, suitable for the East and Weft-India markets,
ivn. FRENCH BRANDY, in butts and pipes.
And a fern cases of
bt ' f Ticklenburgs & Oznaburgs.
FOR SME BY
be j Rundle cs 5 Murgatroyd,
§, I OA. 28. (di-ui) No. ll,Walnut-ilreet wharf.
old Hare's Patent Floor Cloth,
1 npHE mannfaflnrer has jaft imported by the LIGHT
ona | 1 lIORSt FROM BRISTOL, an elegant assortment
VLf O , los the newest and bed Patterns, which mVIh excellent
prefcrvation, from 9 feet fquarc to 18 by 15 feet; like,
wife, for Stairs, Entries, and Halls, from j yard to 3
jove i yards wide.
I The fubferiber refpe&fully informs pnrchafers, that
I Floor Cloths laid under woollen Carpets during the win
ter, will be in a state of improvement till the spring, aad
r,can 1 render rooms warm by preventing air from passing b«-
ihke tween the boards. JOHN BROWNE,
No. 145 north Second-street,
j?_ I WHO HAS FOR SALE,
they I A quantity of Remnants to lay before the fire for the prj-
II the ! .fcrvation oi woollen Carpets;
r &c 1 Dipt and mould Candles, v.-ith fine cotton wick;
ufnv [ Brown and white Soap, of a very superior quality, in
and I small boxes foitcd for families;
I White Lead-; Red Lead; Spanish Brown; Orange Mint
n c ! ra l, &e. &c. No-retnber jo. . cod.