Gazette of the United States. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1795-1796, November 18, 1795, Image 4

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    Tames M' Alp in, A'm
T/ir so R der,reJ 1
I A I U UK, the coun
N°. 3 Four lb persons i
RBTURNS bis grateful acknowledgements /• his Frknis andtbt ment to
Public for Heir liberal encouragement, anil begs leaveto foUat - g ]
a continuance of tbeir favors.
At bis Shop gentlemen may le furnijhed with the• ben materials,
and bant tbem m.iJe up and fimfbed in tbc mtjl fajbionable manner. (
Mfe will thankfully receive any order, and pay a prompt ami
OS funftual attention t. them. Oft. IS " w I O.
City of VValhington.
SCHEME of the LOTTERY, No. 11, i
i A m»goificent f so,ooo DolUii, and Views,
dwelling houfc, S calh J®.ood aie ofitsL
i ditto jj,oqo &ca'>i 25.000 40,000
I ditto 15,000 & calh 15,000 30,000 Autlur
1 dilto i®, 000 & calh 10,000 20,000
1 ditto 5,000 & ca!h 5,000 10,000
t ditto 5,00P & cafli 5,000 10,000 1, Tha
, Calh P" te °> 10,000 that
/ 2 ditto 5,00e ««ch, arc iO,o<o of V
,o ditto 1,000 10,00, L ro \
,o ditto S°® lo '° C3 I. Th
100 ditto io« 10,00 j inch
s oo ditto 50 to.Oco of a
400 ditto. e 5 tP,co> me( j
~000 ditto 20 2 °. t " c ' o fcrH
15,000 ditto '• '5-, un j;
. HI. T1
>5i.739 T' l "' ver<
33,261 Blanks vigr
" 50,000 Ticke.t at 8 dol'ari 406,050
Tim Lottery will aiTord an elegant fpecimtn of the _ 3ui '
private buildings to be cre&ed in ihe Cuy of Walhingt'.m «">P.
-Two l.eauUful defies are already lelefted f»r the enure er, N*
ronis on two of the public squares ; from tlieie draw, prisci
jugs, it is proposed to erect tvn centre am! l«ur comer . Feb
buildings, as soon as polUble alter this Lottery isiold, and
to convey.lhem-wlicn complete, to I her fortunate adventur
ers, in the manner defcribcd in the fch'eme lor the Hotel
Lottery. A nttt deduai"" «( five per cent, will be m*dt
to defray the nuceffary eifpencos of printwg, itc. and £, IX
the surplus will be made a part ot the fund intended toi the.
National Uuiverflty,, to be eieftcd within the City 01
Wafhingion. LlirJ,
(£3T The drawing will commence as loon as tut 1 ickets j.y 00 j
are (old off. The money, pi uei will be payable
in thirty days after it is ftnilhcd-, <ind anv pnzei for which a fi 3or
fortunate numbers are not produced within twelve months J
after tha drawing is clo!ed are to be conlideud as given
towards the fund for the Univerfiiy, » b>ing determin- "»y n
ed to fettle the whole business in a year from the ending g°°
of the drawing and to take up the bonds given as fecu-
° out as
1 The real securities given for the payment of the Prize render
are held by the President and two Directors of the Sank Th
of Columbia, and arc valued at more than Half the amount vition
of Ihe Lottery. *•' ni
The twenty Four gentlemen who by appointment 01 71,
the late Commissioners affiftcd ,n the management of the andojj
Hottl Lottery are reqticfted to undertake this arduous talk
a second time on behalt cf the public ; a fufficient num- Q (
ber of these having kindly acceptcd, it is hoped that the
friends, to a National University and the other federal ob- *J
jeds may continue to favor the design. The synopsis of
one of the Colleges, to form a branch of the National
lnllitution, is already in the press, and will be fpesdily
published, together with its constitution. Att
A eompleat Plan of the whoh of this Important in
Institution, compiled from a felecftion of the best. mat^. 1 " »
als, ancient and mddern, will be submitted to the pubu In
whenever the fame may have gone throngh such revisions i.
as may be ncceffary to eftablilh the perfect cpnnacnce and J.
genecal approbation, so effentral to its present rife and fa- mou
ture existence for the gsneral good of America, forn
•By Accounts received from the different parts of tiie pun
Continent a3 well as from Europe, where the tickets Wi
have been sent for sale, the public are allured that the Thi:
drawing will speedily commwiee, and that ,the care and Pot
caution unavoidably neceflary to insure a fafc difpoial ot 2
thetickets, has rendered the Ihort fufpe.uiion indifpcnlable. son
February 24, 1795- ~ L
% Aug 30 eodfrf 3
Tickets inay te had at the Bank of Columbia ; Mo
of lame* Weft & Co. Baltimore Gideon Denifon, cha:
S.vannan, of Peter Oilman, Boston; of JohnHopkin* yea
Riehmord : and of Richard Wells, Cooper's ferlV. tair
: —-— a
Andover Iron Works
THEV are situate in the couuties of Suflcx and Morris, vz
in the State of New-]erfey i The ore lies within a
mile of the Furnace, is eftecmed of the firft quality of any Lo
in America, and particularly adapted for making Steel.
The Furnace and Forge, to which belong between II and
12,003 acres of .Land!, will be Cold together, or leafed ei
ther separately or together i they are diltaut about l'evcn
miles from each other, and are an pbje& well worth the
attention of Iron Matters. The buildings, &c. are in eve
ry refpeel commodious. For further particulars apply to
Benjamin Chew, or John Lardner, Philadelphia.
O&. 1. ' 3 faw
To be disposed of at private sale,
Pursuant to the lall Will andTeftam:nt of Cafpcr Grass,
rpwo two (lory brick Messuages and Lots of Ground,
1 viz. No. 100, north Second, near Race; and No. ni
1 74', north Fifth, near Vinc-ftrcct—both good {lands for fi r
business, particularly the former. For terms apply to in
LAWRENCE SECKEL, or ) E , ecutor , in
CASPER GRAFF, S I: • XecUtor3 •
Niv,m'ier 11, 1795- 21w ' P 1
George Hunter,
Chentifi, 1
At his Laboratory, No. in, south Second JfrtTt. ]
INFORMS bis fonner cuHoonrs and t he public, that v
he has begun the OKOG 'fruftircfi again on an cxtcn- n
hve olan. i]
He has for saW a alioit*nent of n
I *
Vikevvifc, painttrs'colours, dry and ground in oil, paint ;
brullirs, window and conch gla Is, dye ftnlts, linittd nil,
oil nl turpi nunc, coj>l oil varnilh and jaiuv, wariantctj (
g' od. j
Aliirm, eopperas, madder, ground rcdwsodbyihe b"gs
» head or Im-illtT quantity.
Ashe imports the limpid from the Ofll market', and '
makes the and preparations Inmlelt, he it
enatiled to vouch tor and warraut evcrj art.cfe fold nut '
ot his Laboratory, and Ukewite to dispose 'ol them at the 1
molt reafonahlc rates,
(£3* He wilhrs to fell a large LOT of GROUND, i
the north-call corner of High and Elevenilv ftreeis, contain, j
ii,gjß tret front »n Higti-llreet, and 200 feet on Eleventh
ftreer,pppofite Mr. Lcipe-r's new huildijigs— And anmhe r ]
LOT on the north fide of High ilfeei, n«ar the ahrrvr, 28
fectlronr, and 200 feet deep. Butb iots Have ihe pnvi
legeot a 30 feci alley in the rear.
iJtc. 13. 1 »
any iiemands on the EtlaM of
Mary H E wsoN,lats of Bucks oounty.Jecealcd.are
desired to apply to WtLLa.vM Hewsos, near brtfto., m t 110
the county aforefaid, for immediate fsttlement. And a.l
persons indebted to said Eilateare rcquefted to maifi pay
ment to the said William Mewfoa, who is hereby autho- ~
rifed to receive the fame.
Elizabeth HtwsoM, Executrix. Q/-,
Jonathan Williams, ? £ xecu t,rs.
William Hkwson, i
Bellemeade, Bear Bristol, Jk
( 1795- . dicta.)
American Land/capes. "m/
■ tions.
• * r r XT' c * r O W ltn
Twenty-Four V lib vv
I r
SELECTED from the molt striking and mtfrefting
Piofpeas in the Wnite.l States ; each ®f which
Views, will he accopipinicd With a descriptive account g . (
of itsLocaL Hiftorieal, and other Incidental Peculiarities
By G. I. PARKYNS >' J vinci
Aulber of the " Monnjlic Remains a:td Ancuut CMcs in Grsal V.
Britain." vege
I That the work (hall be pubbihed by SuMcfmtion; and fities
that each Stfbfcriber lhall engage to take the whole set nion
of Vifws, and lhall pay for cach engraving, il fclat-k or v
brown, 1 Dollars ; and if coloured 5 fiajtors,
I. That the dirfsenfions of each engraving lliall be 24 by 17 »• A
inches, cxec.tcd in aquatinta, and poblifhed upon paper b<
of a superior quality. ■ The publiAtion to commwice im- O. i
mediately; and one engraving to be delivered to the Sub- dt
fcribers, on the firft Monday of esck fuceeeding month, HI.
until the propofedferleslhailbe finally coniplettd.
HI. That with the lafl \ ie-.v of tie funcs, lhall be dch
vered an tngnved title-page ; an charaCleriilie
vignette; theiMtte, conneaed with th: prof
pecli exhibited in thd' the coorfe of the Wori; and an
Alph'abittical lift OfAe Sahfcribers. _ r |
... Subferiptions areree«ive4 by Mr. hisPrmt
Ja lhop, Maidcnlane, by Mr Carey, Book-f,d
ire cr, No. ng.Marketiftreet, Fhdaaclphia, and by aM the
v . primcipal Book-fellcri in the United States.
ier Febriwry J?. — .1
nd _ f~O R SALE, 2
!ci A very valuable ESTATE,
dc Called Th'ittf.nham. j
nd OITUATE in the tvumjhip of Upper Derby, and comity of
he. 0 Delaware, l-l mites from Philadelphia, and b.ilj a rr.t.e v
01 from tbeirwWtf#" *3° " cr " '/ 6
Land, 45 of "tehicb «-« good watered Meadow, 90 Cj prime y
e " Wood Land, and tie rh Arable of the firfl quality. There are g
Z K- SULs tnd other
... convenient buildings 1 a Snoh-Houfe andjlone Loaf , -.10 Ti
good Apple-Orchards, and one of Peach.-s. The Ficds are.i.t f, , 3
cu- Clover, except those immediately under tillage, all-- tre jo .uid ]
out as to have the advantage of IVater in each of tbem > which j
ze renders it peculiarly convenient for Grazing. jJS
mil The Situation is pleasant and healthy, and from tbe nub cultt- , I( j
lint vbtion rf the Land, the goed neighborhood, and the vicinity lo the cl- , j ?
/v, it is very fuitai'.c for a Gentleman's Country Seat. ] jg
tof "7 be forevoinv is part of the Efiate of Jacob II n mar, s deccafcd I?
the and offered for sale by M ORDECAI LEWIS 20
n Surviving Executor.
im- Oft. 9, 1795 "'f
oh! Sale of valuable Property. "
ni °J To be Sold, by Public Auction, . ex ;
tlily OnTuefday, the loth day of December, 179J,
At the Tontine Coffee-Houfe in New-York, at II o'clock
tant in the forenoon, all the right, title, and intcrrll of the c.
ihlic' In thfrfollowing valuable TRACTS of LAND, viz. 1
ions 1. A LL that tra<ft of land containing about 2500 acres, Sv
and jfx situate in the county of Oramge, being part of the L ,
I fs- mountain lots. No. 22 and 23, in the patent of Cheefecock,
formerly laid out by Charfes Clinton, Esq. deceased, and p
tlie purchased by the Agent ot the Ameriean Iron Company of
:kets William Smith, Esq. on the Bth day of November, 1766. q
the This tra& contains some plough land and swamp; also q
and Potackei't Pond and the outlets thereof. R
los 2. All that trad of land situate on the weft fide of Hud- l
ible. son's river, near Buttermilk Falls; containing 1000 acres 0
In this traa there is said to be a valuable mine, some good jq
swamp and timber land, E
dtif 3. Ail those two ti Ctuata on the north fide of the £
bia ; Mohawk riv»r, being part of the Manor of Colby, pur- _
i (on, chafed by the Agent of the American Iron Company in the 1
ikini years 1765 and 1767, of Oliver Delancy, Elq. the one con
taining 2940 acres, the other 3815 acres.
4. All that trafl of land situate en the north fide of tho (;
Mohawk riycr.ij.eaf the German Flats; adjoining part of
Colby's manor, bounded on the eait by Canada creek.
This wilt Ije jUvided, and fold in the following Lots,
orris, v'z, ■ ■
hin a . a Acres.. _ . 'Acres,
f any Lot l .Containing I.ot 14 containing loco
Steel. % 067 15 1003
I and 3 #41 16 529
:d ei- 806 -'-17 4'2 I
l'even 762 l 3 1160
:h the 5 g 0 5 19 loop 1
leve- y- yyo 20 loco
dI Y t0 8 1,., .1000 21 iooo •
0 y;:'tt IC'O 22 390,
™ 10 IXIOO 23 750 j
II ; ;! 'o«a St'l6Oo 24 930
, 12 ~]!,}45 . ,
Grass, 13 1 I Coo
The traa tin No. 4 is chiefly beach, nvaplp, baft and eta.
round, The purchase money to be paid by the following iiillal
d No. mcnts, viz. one-fourth on the"day of sale: one-fourth on the
ids for firll Tuesday in April next; on;-fourth on tha firfc Tuesday
yto in Oc'itjber, 1796; and the remainder dii th£ firit Fueiday
r „ in April, 1797. when deeds will be given to the purchaser.
Plans of the different trails of land ma* Ve seen by ap
uw. plyin;; to Mr. Peter Goelct, one of'th? trustee;, in New-
York; or to Mr. Edward Edwards, in Philadelphia.
November a. ' ms.t.
Forty Dollars Reward.
RAN away from the fubfcriSsr, living at Mordington
Mills, near Frederica, in Kent county, Hate of Dela
c, that ware, on the night of the 27th of Jnnc lail, a {lave negro
cxtcn- man named BENN, abcut 27 old, 5 feet 10 cr 11
inchcs high, of a yellow complexion, andjEiight pass for a
mulatto. The clothes he had on cannot, with cxa&nels,
he described, as ho made several breaches of honesty, in
MF.DI- that way, on his setting out. He is a very great .iloven
in hisdrefs; has naturally a condemned and.iarlyrcmnte
nance, altho' he at times affeels a smiling orte y his vifagß
1, psmi with large black wliilkers; tl'.cvrhites of his eyes
tea nil, o f tenret i. It i 5 iuifrrecolle-aed whether he has ray par
irranted t ; cu i ar Ueib-marks, except on his back, where may be
, seen (tho' light) the la rs of tha whip, placed by judicial
,e ""o s " authority, for houfc-lireakir.g, lock-breaking, Healing,
a d as w before, as since I purchased him. He is poi-
| C he"" fefied of but a l'mall lhirc of rcafon or fenfibSity; a great
old r.ui coward, tho'his looks are devilifli, and at the fame time
nat the fticaking. As he took his flight upwards from here, at
thx commencement of harvclt, it is presumed he was per
suaded by some of the free negroes in tSis quarter to make
OI ND, i-j, ei'tape w ith th#m—lhould he net be in Philadelphia,
contain. h e j s probably between here and there.
Eleventh Whoever takes up the said negro Demi, and fienres
anethc' jjj m m aR j, public gijal, so tkat his mailer may get him
'iv, 20 a g a ; n> {hall have the above r«war.l; and if brought home
t ' rlvl additional charges ifCrroafonable cxper.ces, paid by
i s yames Douglnfs.
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] of receiving & closing the ot the United State, ia.
a mail's at Philadelphia. ttfo'fetird yMn.
A lilt of the poft-t owns,with Domctlij dutlf j i.f e-itfes.
the diilances of cash, oti Dr.;-.vbc.cts andbeiniaes.
the main line, as well as lianas, with ruics of
cross roads. during hufiflcfs.
— of the federal court*. Officers of tne'eivil govern
—of the supervisors of the raent of Pafibfylvani...
revenue. £flima:« of rXpcnees of V
The mint, and monies of the 1 one year.
U.S. and the currency of Officers of civil government
each {late. of Nsw-\ork.
A lift of the comniHiioncrs Sov.v ign pritSces and ft>
of loans. publics of Europe.
Nt A table,lhswing the proper- Liit of the navy of Gr«t
tion of froe pcrfons to Britain, cTreifted agree- I
id flavjs, and of'tna|ea to fe- able to the Uteil inform.;-
males, &c. in th- U.S. tion.
Militia of the United States, Do. of the navy of Prance,
with the proportion of do.
each. State of theair, andadittry
An alphabetical lift of duties of the winds and weather
agreeably to the lalt adt in Philadelphia, dminjjfl a
of Congress. months, cading ill Sept. j
Amount of impofl and tohn- IT)S
-aj*e of one y< ar. Bills of mortality in Philad.
Cuitom-houl'e fees, &c. of one year.
This little volume will contain a much greater campa s,
as well as variety of matter, than that of the preceding
year, and will he embcllilhed with an engraved irontis
piece, title page, and a vignette faced with a head orna
ment, to eacil month. The femes depicted in the vig
nettes, allude chiefly to the rural labours olthe year. The
engravings are new, and executed with an excellence that
noes credit to the American fine arts.
At the fame place :r.Oy be hud.
Plans of the city of Philadelphia, and its environs, qccu- *
ratcly engraved from a late survey. v
Maps of the United States, and of each Rate ("para; sly.
A valuable c»lle*ilion ot mwlin 1 Moots, and a general anort*
tnent of Stationary Waras.
jtfote.—Thofe who desire it, may haVe tlie above-menti
oned Maps, or any other, coloured, caiivaflfd, and varnifll
ed, and put up in any manner that may be mod conveni
ent, by applying at directed above.
'^ n > OJt. 2, 1795. law
• Mr. Walter Robertlbn
BEGS leave to acquaint the Gentlemen, fuhferihers ti
the print Portrait of George Wathin.Jtoii, Prcfijgijt
i," H at the Unrttfa-STafeToT Aiucni i, engravctTby Mr.Fnld,
from an original pi-Sure paiated by W. Robcrtfon, that
the Proofs are ready for delivery to the several iiibfcrib
ers at John James Bawakt's, No. Ijnotth Niath-firee«;
or at J. Ormrod's, hookieller, No. 4*l, Chei/4U-Lir.-.'t,
where the fubferibers are requeued to lend ttw a.fdrLJ-..
OSo'ocr zj. . .. -'-'tf - -
rent . \ s
We are informed that the gentleman u l)o i!re\'. the
0 e dollar prize, in tlie Canal lot?- ■», via, t!.e
jarts proprietor of only a tingle 'I ickit—fh's ■ w.filliee <v
anrs good fortune, iliews that ;t U well t- he m i'orUi|ie >>
dol- road; and is the hiore plealhig, as t/fc o-vvt:. r m the
3 of prize is a vefy worthy, though not 1 very aJticct 11-
tizen. . . .
ie cf The Scheme of the Canal litttp* ii certa»i!y om
news of the heft which has appeared—fur, uttle/en.yitt. * , |
the nicfui ohjedlb to which its pri»'-ceds ire t» Tie Jp;
plied, the feheme is lb calculated w routinaal!? ,' ;
:c. hance the value of the Tickets m .'li e «
•«- of because, while the driving progrt-'.ies, Ihe e.i •>*« y
' a capital prize growing greater, a»uft V " J
lue of the undrawn Ticket. ■ . |
The Prizes drawn to the close o.' the drawing
last U'cd.iefday F.vamng, viffe •'■ '
1 of - J " a
of -- - 2,00 °
of ,
4 Of -
11 \i
ii the And there then m the m .seel^
d the 1 of " oro
,• - ,c«auj
riih. i i - ■ -
.-jf - -• S.OOJ
:oort- n - Ot - ,' , . . . .
States 36 of - " '
ioker g ? 'of - " _
14800 °* ," el-ll • tIV
sf the And < fationarv prizes of - » -
tion- wh t h anl the nature of tbofe j liatio-tary |n«s,
of th! ' 1 which are to belosg to the five b?
•Vanti' the drawn to bcreaf,
!of a v y, c -s fall as the drawing proceeds: Antltof
ty ra. "} [j- account far the nuroocr ot
danty, c " etl f or t hs sale of Tielcets, as the pro
iS, aiid whiea ate , - . , ul i j,i iew (lav*: a
■rriage fits mud be djuty ,/u nQ llonht -
fJSf iS'irjol!* "'.nJ m ='* "
•iption of 20,000 ooliars each. 1 ——
such a ~ Ll „ per!ons~mdebteU to u.c r.!tate
erhaps _£\ ItRAUNCES, late of this <?<i y, .nn^tipe'»
P' 3Ct,c ceased, are desired to make to the tuaier! -er ;
, , and all thole who have any demands
biladel- are r£qu6 ftcd 10 bring m their aeeOur.L,,j.» l )er
liar and att , e^ UEL M . FRAUNCES,
e - South W'ater-ilret:, r*.o. 55-
tterfQ ". Oaober 28, —
m May . demand, d MEftate, arc desired to bring in
ter— accounts duly artefted,ior jj2Y SK aM»
Attorney in fitft for Mary Gu»bon., adminiflfatm
3nc do'.- '• o the laid dweaV'!*' Lflate.
«od. 1 Arcii-ftreeiiSSo. ioy, Nov. 4.