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THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1795. ' , \"c-ume VIIL
Numsex 992.J • —— — —
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WILL BE SOLD, AT PUBLIC AUCTION, 1
On Saturday, the 14th iaft. , r
At 6 o'clock in the evening, at tkc McrchancsCofTee-lmufe, }
The fliip Charlotte,
As fce now lays at Mr. Johm Vv.lcccUs'.
wharf. The Charlotte i. a faithful budt New
ST' ' -iJ England (hip, about fix years old, « ftffWi
•Tm carry ; ?co irrels or thereabouts; fr.e is well toURu
and fi'.ted in every refpeA ; i. now ready to a " '
go on board. Her inventory may he ?
v ; ous to the falc, and the terms of payment made known,
™u. to we JOMN CONN £LLV, AS^.r.
November 11. .
FOR SALE, BT
Ko. n, Dock Street,
10 Pipes of
7he very bejl Madeira TV IN t,
90 quarter casks of Sherry wine,
Bridal window glafsof different liz«,
A quantity of best Havannah lcgajs in bjies,
A few calks ef tugar,
4 boles of yard wide Irifli linen.,
4 bales of do. cauvafi,
5 bales of red, white, and yellow flannel?;
fjjff* P 0 R1 S MOUI H,
ISJRI KKN i6oo barrels, now lying at Mr. Thaddle 6
wharf, in Southwark.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. ?•
Henry Rolando, mafcr,
NOW lying at Bickham's wharf. She will pcfitiveiy
fail on Saturday ntxt. For freight or' paftage apply to
the Captain on board, or GEO. SIBISALD,
Nov! 10. S No. 170 south Front-flreet.
V ''J William Richards, majlar,
WILL fail in all next week. For fr.ight or ap
ply t0 JESSE ROBERT WALK.
Novembtr 9. • '
lor talmouth and a Market,
E D G E L r,
J.hn Hodge, mailer,
1 SHE will fail with all convenient speed. For freight
er passage apply to
Fhilips, Cramwd ly Co.
November 9. d.
Thomas Gif Ford, master,
HAS a great part »f h;r cargo engaged, and will fail in
a few days. For freight or paJT.tge apply on boafd at
Wilcock's wharf, or to HO. lAS NEIVMASjiX. Roft's
Who Ikls for Sam,
Ccffee. Cotton, Claret in cafcs and hampers, Old Fron
tainiac Wine in hoglheads, and seven doi. Mens' rufßed
Shirts. Of. 12-
H 0 L L A N D,
... Christopher Franklin, jun. master,
HAS excedcnt accommodations for pilFengcrs; w:fl
fail in all this month ; three-fourths of her cargo are
ready to goon board, a few tons of heavy goods will
be taken on freight.—For or pafl'age apply to
the Master on board, Peter B.'igbt, or to
P ravers 13 Co.
September n, 1795* §•
JuJl Arrived per the Snow II oil on, fames ktrkpatrick,
Msijler, from Liverpool,
113 Crates well-jflbrted Queen's Ware,
4000 bushels best flovetl fine Salt,
k to be fold at No. 1, Pine-ftrcct,hy
Al'fo, a few boxes well-aftorted Irish Lineiii.
k Said Snow for Frciglrt or Cliar
ter, either to the Weft-Ir/dies or
Enquire aj abovii.
m J. Wendell, maftor,
LYLVCi at Willißg and Francis's wharf; a strong,
new vessel, five months old, built of red ceoar, bur
then 130 tons, supposed will carry about uoo barrels
of flour, is of an easy draft of water, and has excellent
accoouTiodations for paiTcngers. lor terms ayply to
T. & I. CLIFFOKD.
If not fold in two or three days, said veflel will pro
ceed for the state of New-York.
Philad. Sept. 19. V
'J.o-Morrow Morning wilj be Landed,
At Stamper s iubarf, from on board the
Jcbo»ner Eliza, T. Arnold, majler,
direct from Malagfl>
800 Quarter Barrels frelh BLOOM RAISINS
300 Boxes do. do. do.
300 Jars do. do. do.
400 Boxes do. Muscatel «°-
115 Quarter FIGS
137 Boxes PRUNES
<0 Kegs ANCHOVIES
50 Jars ©RAPES
04 Sacks Soft Shelled
lo» Quarter Casks MOUNTAIN VvIIiE
FOR SALS BY
The Cargo of the brig Peace, Capatin Gray, frcm the
north of Jamaica,
IV'illbe landedto-morroin morning at Seuthjlreet wharf, „
Hieh Proof RUM,
Prlir.t SUGAR aud COFFiiE. *
Novembfr 9. § j 0
HAS FOR SALE, ' Bl|
At the Stores lately occupied by Wharton & Grieves,
A FiVV PII'FS
London particular Madeira WIN E ; ;
A few quarter caflts Old SHERRY WINE ;
RufF.a MATTS, &c. Lo
Thirty lihds. prime St. Croix SUGAKs.
Koverabo- 6 duU
— —-— \y
Has jufl revived by,the late -arrivals from England, and
is now opening at his S TORE,
Market-street, corner of Fourth,
A Large afTortmeat of broad and narrow Cloths; Elm
tic do. K«rfeymeres; Coatings; Blankets; Flan
rJs, &c fac.—A'.fo, an elegant assortment of London
and Mancheftcr printed Callicoes of the newcA patterns,
adapted for the season, printed Cotton Handkerchiefs and
Puliicats, Pins, &c. v.hich he will fell by the Picce cr
Package oil the lowed terms for Cash or approved notes
at 3, 4, & 6 months. -
November 5. S®2-
A few Bales of Book Muslins,
Or- Stfo of B"Campers, —o be ibid low,
to close Sales, by H
Mordecai Lewis. ji
Novem. 4. 3 awlw - A
Bartholomew Conolly, b.
No- 4S, Chefnut-ftreet, A
' T) ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public C;
Iv ingeagral, ttet he has imported in the 1-tc arrival! 1 1
• from England, an elegant, txtenfive and well riiofcn as- K
fortraent of men's and women'? holier/ —among Which *
?5 a very gr«at variety ef beautiful fancy hosiery-— as
ftripod ui"d clouded cotton—fine plated silk and cotton —
elegant oat .-nt fancy fiik. Fine ftripedand clouded patent -
wwiled', &c. which are now ofcrrd for sale upon
his usual low terms, together with every other ai-tkle of p
dry good", fuitoble to the season.
B. C. has alio imported a great variety of gentlem n s „
crut file ftockinga.* Oct. 14. eolrj.
of SAM. & THO. SHAVV
BEING dinblircd ill Augnil lad, by mutual consent,
all those indebted, Whole accounts art due, are dc
iired to make speedy payment at their Store, cor nor of
Front and Arch-street. The buiiaefs is now carried an *
at the feme place, by
THOMAS S HA W,
t Who hrs for sale, on reasonable t rms, for cr.fh, or the
Ageneral assortment of Merchandize,
Imported by the last veiTelafrem London,Brillol f and Li
verpool, fuitabie for the Fall Season.
A Tobacco Engine and I?refs to fold by Sam. Shaw.
O&eber 33. tawjw&xaw do.
For sale, at low prices, ~
NAILS !>/ the from 3d to iod alTorted, and a Tari
:\ ety of &pr:gs, Brad«, und Tacks;
t Cotton aud \c6&\ Cards, from No. Itol2 ;
s Hitters and stock Cards;
Cards set in calf," fuitabie for cotton machines.
Also Machines fop-cutting and heading Nails, with a
of articles fuitabie for that bufmefs, which will J
be lold nr. f
A large ftoclc of Wire, and other articles for carrying on v
the Card !VUnufa&bry, with the valuable machines for 0
cuttirg the teeth, and other pares 01 the work.
And a quantity of Leather, Teeth, &c. now in forward
nefs for finiloing. Also,
A LEASE OF THE STORE,
Occuplcd by the late partnerfkip of Wcb-ler, Adgatc and
_ V/hit*. As the llore is convenient for the bufmefs, the
" machines fixed, and the whole in a condition lo be work
c cd, it good opportunity for any one inclining to 1
1' purchase and follow the business to do it to advantage,
o Enquire of r£T£R V. 11
Oft. 20. uirw. No. 63 Chdi'nut-ftreet.
James Tiffin, i
~ WHOLESALE isf RETAIL HATTER, f
'■ No. 70, south Second flreet, near the City T»ver«, '
HAS jull rcctived by the late arrivals from London
and Bristol, a large arid elegant assortment of Ladies
and fJMitle.Tiens fathionible HATS.—AIfo, a variety of 1
Qliildrcus HATS of different colours, which wilt be fold
on rhe lowed terms for cafn.
jf. E. Ladies Hats trinitl in the Hew*ft falhion frora
Loudon, * Oift. xi. §
lij'ROM the P.rft of Deeember next, the annual fubferif-
JL tion for this Gazette will be EIGHT DOLLARS. j e
Snbf:riber! out of the City wii! pay One Dollar a year in j i
addition, for inclosing Mid dirc<fting their Papers.
Remote febferibers are requested to pay up arre-f.-Jte- 1
to the above period; also tf>» Walt year's advance from I '
that time—those who do not, will be considered as de- '
coining a continuance of their fubfenptiou.
. Advortifcments ot a square, or less, are publiihed in this j •
Gazette once,for half a dollar ; and continued at e\'2
quarter of a dollak for each subsequent insertion. a
' The Editor acknowledges, with gratitude, the favors I
of his advertising patrons—He affurj, them, that the en
s creased, and encreafing number of his fubfcriburs, i» csn- 1
' tinually extending the circulation in the city—lts dii-:it i
circulati«« is now equal to that of any otker publication. | f
Philadolplria, November 3, 1795.
" ~TFdh T E A S, '
Of superior quality, vi?.
Imperial, or Gunpowder
' HyfonGomee, n
Ift quality Hyson, v
id. do. uq.
Young Hy*on, (
Hyion Skin, and' a
A few Boxes, «f each, for sale at i
No. 19, Third Street, South. \
December 10.' eod.
A T a. 149, Chefmit-flrett ,letiueen Fourth^Fifth-fire fts.
rICKETS examined grat!t, and every information giv- '
e> rtfpe«3.ing said. Lottery. Alfe, Waikir.gton and
Faterfon L»ttariss. Oft. at. f
John Miller, jun & Co. l on
No 8, Chef nut ft r ert,
I* addition to their assortment now recsived, have on hsnd At 1
remaintng of tlu' j
Cargoes of the Three Brothers Arethvfa from India,
And for sale by the package only, _ yf -
A variety of Bengal and Coajl Goods, viz.
Low priced Coffaei 4"4 and 6-4 book muslins
Long cloths in do. real
Patiia handkerchiefs Humhums
Shirting muslins Baft as > c j* a '
Blue romals Cambrickj
Book handkerchief! in Muftin
small bales neatly as- Taffaties IVOI
sorted. Blue checks
Alfo-a variety of French Goods, yiz. ,- p u o '
Looking glafTes Feathers and Flowers Jr
gloves Paper hangings fma
Linaus and Linau handkerchiefs, fuitabie for the wai
Weft-India market. mat
A few elegant Time Pieces. bra
Oa. 9th. § a nd
For SALE, by the Subscribers,
h PENN-STREET, ~u d
Tbe foiioiving articles of the lafl importation from China. y ' c ,
160 Quarter Chests Hyson Tea,
120 Quarter Chests Souchong Tea,
400 Boxes China, containing Tea Setts,
4500 Piece. Nankeens. 3
1 Willings Francis. 1
September 14. 2 taw
~ SHOT, vci
fzes, from 32 lb to Grape,
Can-ib'onies, Puts, and olhur Liftings eiccuttcd at the
ihortcft nt-ticc. _ „ S-?
N<-il red*, from '■ ito fplke,
Hoop Iron, of all sizes, for cases or cutting iato nails, from
a brad «o iad nuils,
Anchors, from 17 Cwt. to jcolb. H.
A Quantity of James Riv«r Tebacco,
Horrinjjs in barrels,
Kiln-dried corn meal in Hhds. and BUs.
Rye flour &c. to be fold by
Levi Hollingjkvortb Ess Son.
4*i»J 4 pa
juit Arrived, and for Sale
Front, on hoard lbs brig Lady IVa'.terflorff, .'ajing at ()f .
the fulifcriber's lubarf
A cargo of excellent St. Übes SALT, j 0
For terms apply to the fubferiber.
?th November. dtf rj
r w K ci A LE,
Imported in the ship Arethufa, from Calcutta and
Madrafs, a -variety of A
To be Sold by the Package, for approved notes at
tlsrct and four mcnths, by
WILLIAM MACLURE & Co. «r
No. 42 Dock Street, or
JOHN MILLER, Jun.
Tuft arrived in the (hip Holland, Captain Franklin,
from Hamburgh, now at anchor oppofitc Vine-street,
whole time is to be agreed for by applying on board,
or to PRAGERfe & Co.
September ic. d.
Near the BANK of the UNITED STATES,
OSobcr l, -1795. 5
THE drawing of this Lottery began on Monday, the 4
?Bth ult. The sale of Tickets is continued by the 1
fubferiber, from 8 o'clock in the morning, until 3 o'clock 1
in the afternoon, at the above oHice, and by J. R.oberd«aii 2
at thi State-House, warranted ur.Jrawn.
Priz: Tickets will be received is payment, fubjeit to the
deduction expressed m the tickets—i'rice 11 dollars ur.til
further notice. Approved notes, with a good sndorfer,
payable aoth Deaembef r.txt. will he received ir. payaieut
for tickcte amounting to one htindred doiLtrS and upwards.
1 [j lVil!i:im Blackburn, Agent,
s (Slieck Book kept at the Omce. Tickets examined at
7 a-ioi each number, and regijlerod at 1 z-iooeach ticket. ■;
I H. B. No tickets soU during theho«rsofdrawi«g.
, LOTTERY OFFICE,
i N°. 64, south Secondfreet,
CANAL Tickets for laic, and cash or tickets given for _
any p-lzC6 that may be drawn. V.
Information given refpe&ing Washington lottery, and j,
j eafli or' Canal Lickets given for prizes that may ha drawn,
j Both lotteries commence drawing September-28th.
I BOOKS will be. kept of aetf day's drawiug 'i* both lot*
i teries, and opep gratis to the enquiries of the pofieflors of ""
L j Tickets purchased at the OFFICE.
. ' 0- Halves, quarters, and eighths of Tickets may be j
-had at the above Office. Sept. 26. §
5 BURR MILL ATONES
Steele by OLIVER EVANS, at his Factory, in the old
» wind-mill in JElmfley's alley,
South S*cond-jir£ct % a little lelow Dock-firKt,
WHERE those who apply may befupplied. with ftonr*
of such quality as will fait their purpose*. Also,
j stones for gudgeons to run on, and PUifter of Paris.
He keeps for SALE)
At his dweUingNo. 215 north Second-street, a Ifttle above
A complete aifcrtment of both imported and American o
for merchant and country tvork, which he p
warrants good. v
The Ynung Millwright's and Miller's GUIDE.
Containing a system of mechanics and hydraulics as they I
apply to water mills with the whole process of, and all the t
bte improvements on the art of maiiufaduriug flour &c r
intended to be ufefvl to all concerned in buildiag or using t
water-mills, which book is fold by Matthew Carey aud
Robert Campbell, booh&llers.
Sept. 25. 3tdaawff.
'1 hi higheli price iu Calh, will be given far
EMPTY BOTTLES, j
A preference will be given to Claret Bottles.—App»y to
1 No. 187, iouth ' Third-itieet.
Atrii 10. d
j For Sale, at Public Vsndue,
! On Monday, the 16th day of Novcraprr, at 9 o'clock in
At the H§ufe of Samuel Frnunces, innkeeper, Jiceaftd,
la Water-ilreet, between Ch efnut & Wain.it-iircete,
A variety of Houfholdhf Kitchen Furniture*
Confuting of mahogany dining tables, m fctts of I, t, 3,
4, and-5, pier tables, card tabl«4, round tables, bu
reaus, wardrobe, night cable, naahtfgahy briieret fids
board, large plain do. mahogany wCrked backs and o;!ier
chairs, large gilded frame lining gaffes, f;u.-.U do. do.
chamber do. mahogaay frame lookir.? glafiV:, plated and
brass fconcea and chandeliers, mahogany knifa cases of
ivory handled knives aiid forks, silver .da..id caudiefticks,
do. tea urns, japan»'d do plated cake br.tket, tea eady,
butter tub and stand, Clver tea pot, milk-pot, foHp
lpoons, table-spoons, tea-spoons, an elegant silver plated
epargneand glass bowl complete for a dining t ble, tea and
fiuall waiters, setts of tea and table china, glass and queens
' ware, table cloaths, beds and bedding, hair and common
ruatralTes, chintz & duffle., of bed and window-curtains,
brass end bell mettle kettles, fmolte jack, brass and iro»
andirons, shovel and tcng., carpets and carpeting, largo
paint»d ilcor clothes, hall and fide lamps, bells and
hangings, large and fir.all iron po», a fall sett of didl c'o
vers, lsuives and forks, spoons, a pair of large fron racks,
and many other articles not enumerated, which may be
viewed aay time previous to the day of sale.
By order of the £xecutor,
Wm. bhannon, AudtiOn^f.
November 10. §
In addition to, the abpve, will he fold a valuable collec
tiou of Wax Work moulds, of various sizes ;:nd impreft
on; prepared during the life time of the deceased at a
very great expence.
« Irifo Linens.
n James & Henry Fisher,
No 8, IVjlnut-Jirnt,
Have imported by the Rebecca, from Dublin, a Urge
7-8 and 4-4 white Linens,
7-8 brown do.
4-4 half white Sheetings,
9-8 brown and white do.
3-4 brown and white Lawns,
Which they will dispose of on reasonable terms, by the
- package, for ca(h or applied Notes, at 60 and 90 days.
N. B. The above Goods being immediately from the
Manufactories, it is jrefunnd they will be found woi thy
of notice. o<st. 26. J
1 — ~ ——— . ' ' "
5 John Miller, jun. and his brother Ahxand-r J. Miller,
have entered into partnership, under the firm ©f
John Miller, jun. & Co.
_ 7lcy have received by the arrivals from Europe, and are noitf /
opening for SAL,-. 1,
\d At their STORE, No. 8, ChefnuVftrect,
A capital ajfortment of DRT GOODS,
Suitable to the season—amongst which arc,
Broad and narrow Cloths,
Plain and fancy Coatir.gs,
Bsaveretts and elastics,
Rofeand point Blankets,
A variety of coarse Woollens,
India Goods, generally,
at French Goods.
All of which they will dispose of for caih or the uftial
sredit. O (Sober 9. $
Landing, at Hamilton's Wharf,
- Tie CARGO ef tut Jiif> Trijiram, J. Cbrijiie, mif.tr, fnm
0, —CONSISTING OF—
45 barrels of COFFEE.
FOR SALE BY
0&. 16. d No. i7ofouth Front-ftrect.
537 Hogsheads, }
he 4d9 Barrels, C GofFee, above 600,0001b.
he Hi Bags, J
xi 5 Hoglhcads of choice Jamaica Sugar.
211 Bale's of St. Domingo Cotton,
Will be landed Monday morning, itth ialt. at South
ht street wharf,
til Being the sntire cargoes of Snow Hebe, from Jamaica ;
;r> Brig Polly, ap.d Schoomsr Industry, from Jeremie,
: U t *°* lAII BY
Is - Peter Blight.
O&obeT 22. £
The CARGO of the ship Harmony,
- -Ezra Lowell, mufcr—from BOURDEAUX,
or lißANiDiiliJ, u] pipes and pyncheons; and
CLARET j n bogfheads, is discharging from oa
111 hoard the said (hip at Cuthbert's wharf, and for sale by
Andrews y Meredith,
it- Sept. 15. d. No. 86, fojith wharv«».
In calks, suitable for the East and Weft-India market*.
_ FRENCH BRANDY, in butts and pipes.
And a fciv safes of
id Tickleaburgs & Oznaburgs.
FOR SALE BY
Rundle y Murgatroydj
OA. 28. (d2xr ) No. ii, Walnut-flreet wharf.
Hares Patent Floor Cloth,
VC WITHOUT SEAM. •
. ' ! TdF. manufaA-er.r has just imported by the LIGHT
1 HORSE FROM BRISTOL, an elegant aflortment
jui of the newest and baft Patterns, which are in excellent
hi preservation, from 9 feet ftjuare to 154 by 15 feet ;
wife, for Stairs, Entries, and- Halls, from ya- ato %
The fubferiber refpeAfully inform, purchasers, that
icy Floor Cloths laid under woollen Carpets during the win
the ter, will be in a state of improvement till th« spring, and
Sec render rooms warm by prevtnting air from nailing b»-
: ng twiten the boards. JOHN I' ROWJJE,
jjd Nb. :4J north Second-street.
- WHO HAS FOR SALE,
■_ A quantity cf Remnants to lay before the fire for tk« pre.
fervf tior. 0' woollen Carpets;
Dipt and mould Candles, v/ith fine eottonwicV;
Brown and white Soap, of a very n.;>«.-ior qualitr ia
"° small boxes faitcd for fjTndie.,
White Lead; Red Lead, Ssta ilh Brown; Orange Mis#
i ral, &c. &c. November is. 0