Gazette of the United States. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1795-1796, November 20, 1795, Image 1

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For Charleston, (S. C.)
R u S S E L L,
Daniel Reed, matter,
WILL fail in the course of ten days, and take freight o e
moderate terms; for which, or passage, appiy to th
Captain on board, at Walnut-street wharf, or to
fofeph Anthony £5* Son. wh
November iS. s lot -
For BOSTON, wil
• t AS25S^ => ri/£ SCHOONER
Captain Barnard,
LYING at Joseph Anthony & Son's wharf. Will posi
tively fail on Saturday next, wind and weather permitt
ing. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
board, or to EDWARD STOW, Jun.
Nov. 17. §t3. No. 4 south Water-street.
For Charter,
Jj|lg» M A R T,
• John Fleming, master,
BURTHEN 2000 barrels of Flour, is now in compleat
•rdcr to take in a cargo. For terms app'y to
Gurney iff Smith,
Who have for Sale,
Eourdeaux and Cogtsiac Brandy ;
And a few Frtnch Eurr Stones. Nov. 14. § Ha
For Jeremie,
1 j n jhli In HIT Ti'ifi if, I
5_ The beautiful new brTf f-
Richard & James, «
Thomas Adams, master, a( j
BUILT of live oak and cedar, and is her firfl voyage. p (
She is intended for a condant trader, and is particularly pa
well calculated for carrying passengers, having mod excel- at
lent accommodations, and conftruded for a remarkable
fait sailer. For terms apply to the Captain on board at _
Rice-ftret wharf, or to » T t-o np
Who ba-vf on Hand,
A large and elegant affrrtment of Calhcoes, Muslins,
Ribbons, Shawls, Linens, &c. &c. Nov. 13.
T O H N C R A I G,
No, 12, Dock Street,
10 Pipes of
Ike very hejt Madeira IV IN E,
90 quarter casks of Sherry wine,
Bristol window glafsof different size., f
A quantify of bed Havannah legaas in boxes,
A few calks of lugar,
4 bones of yard wide Irifli linens, o:
4 bales of do. cauvafs,
5 bales of red, white, and yellow fiannxrls;
EjaffatN 2600 barrels, now lying at Mr. Thaddle's
wharf, in Southwark.
Philadelphia, Sept. 12. J-
To Madeira,
William Richards, miser,
WTL.L fail in all next week, for freight or passage ap
November 9. c^-
For Falmouth and a Market,
S E D G E L T, 0
John Hodge, master,
SHE will fad with all convenient speed. For freight
or passage apply to
Philips, Cramond & Co. j
November g. t
Thothas Gifford, matter,
HAS a great part «f her cargo engaged, and will fail in 1
a few days. For freight or pafl'ag'i'apply on board at 1
WilcocVs wlwrf, or to THOAiAS NEIVMAK,at R.fes
wharf-- 1
IVho has fir Pal g,
Coffee. Cotton, Claret in cases and hampers, Old Fron
tainiac Wine in hogflieads, and seven doz. Mens' ruffled
Shirts. Oct. 22. §
■ s :— ——•_ J
Jnfl Arrived per the Snow Hoflon, fumes l.irkpatrick,
Majler, from Liverpool,
re j Crates well-assorted Queen's Ware, I
4ceo bnlheis best fioved fine Salt,
&. to be- fold at No. i, Pine-street, by
"J antes Campbell.
Also, a few boxes well-aflorted Irifli Linens.
J. . N. B.
Said Snow for I'reiglit or Char
'er > c 'tTier to the Weft-Indies or
Enquire 3S uDovc.
Augufl 13. 1_
The Schooner
E N S E L A E R,
LYING at Willing and Francis's wharf ; a strong,
now vessel, five months old, built of red cedar, bur
then t 3 o tons, supposed will cArry about 1200 narre.s
ef flour, is of an easy draft of water, and has excellent
accommodations for passengers. For to
not fold in two or three days, said veffd will pro
ceed for the ftateof New-Yorfc.
Biitid. Sept. l<).
fleecy hosiery.
at his hosiery store, Cl
No. 48, Chefnut-Jlreet,
BEGS leave to inform his Friends, and the Public in .
general, that he has just receircd a small quantity of the
Bejl Fleecy Hoftery Stockings,
which he recommends to those Gentlemen who make use p.
of that article y> make a speed y apolicatipn for, owing to g }
the <J«nand there now is. Where they will also meet R ,
with a mit elegant assortment of g (
Every description of Hosiery.
November 19. eod6t-
To-Morrow Morning will be Landed, L(
At Stamper's ivharf, from on board the
febooner Eliza, T. Arnold, majler,
direct from Malaga, \\
800 Quarter Barrels frefh BLOOM RAISINS
300 Boxes do. do. do. —
300 Jars do. do. do.
400 Boxes do. Mullatel do. Ft
115 Quarter Barrels FIGS
137 Boxes PRUNES
50 Jars GRAPES
94 Sacks Soft Shelled ALMONDS
100 Quarter Caiks MOUNTAIN WINE
sth November. dtf J
Has jufl received by the late arrivals from England, and
is now opening at his STORE, £
N O, 134,
Market-Jlreet, corner of Fourth,
A nflnptmtiit ofjaroad and narrow Cloths; Elaf*
' In If 11 0 f*TnfjiT|-n I Blanker; TUll- £
nels, &c. &c.—Also, an elcgantTniunnuiii
and Manchester printed Callicoes of the new eft jmtterns,
adapted for the fcafon, printed Cotton Handkerchiefs and
Pnllicats, Pins, &c. which he will fell by the Piece or
Package on the lowest terms lor Ca!h or approved notes j
at 2, 4, & 6 months.
November 5. "
IrifJj IJnens.
James & Henry Fiflier,
' No. 8, IVahut-f.rect, j
Have imported by the itebecca, from Dublin, a large
affbrtmcnt of
7-8 and 4 4 white Linens,
7-8 brou'ii <U>.
4 4 half white SJ.eetings,
9-8 brown and 'white do.
3«i brown and while Lawns,
) 7-8 Dowlas ;
Which they will dtfpq(e of 00 reafonab'e terms, by the
package, for cash or up-ir ed Notes, at 60 and 9 J days.
N. B. The above Goods being immediately from the
Manufactories, it is prelnni.d they wall be found worthy (
of notice. Ovst. 26. I
For SALE, by" the Subscribers,
h ph'N-*TR£ET,
The following articles <f the lafl importation from Cbiia.
160 Quarter Chsfts Hyson Tea,
120 Quarter Chests SoHchong Tea,
s 400 Boxes China, containing Tea Sotts,
4500 Pieces Nankeens.
Willing fe 5 Francis.
September 14. » 3taw
The highest price in Calh, will be given for
A. preference will be given to Claret Bottles.—Apply to
No. IS7, south Third-street.
Atril jiC. d
Hare s Patent Floor Cloth,
' I 'HE manufacturer has just imported by the LIGHT
J. HORSE FROM BRISTOL, an elegant assortment
of the newest and belt Patterns, which are in excellent ■.
prefcrvation, from 9 feet square to 18 by IJ feet; like-
wife, for Stairs, Entries, and Halls, from J yard to 3 I
yards wide.
The fjibferiber informs purchasers, that j
Floor Cloths laid under woollen Carpets during the win
ter, wiil be in a state of improvement till the spring, and
render rooms warm by preventing air from palling be
tween the boards. JOHN BROWNE,
No. 145 north Second-flreet.
A quantity of Remnants to lay before the fire for the pr»-
fervation oi woollen Carpets;
in Dipt and mould Candles,'with fine cotton wick;
tt Brown and white Soap, of a very superior quality, in
's small boxes suited for f^niilies;
White Lead; Red Lead; Spanish Brown; Orange Mine
ral, &c. &c. November 10. eod.
I» #
id For sale, at low prices,
_ NAILS by the calk, from 3d to lod assorted, and a vari
/ ety of Sprigs, Brads, and Tacks;
Cetton and wool Cards, from No. I to 12;
rtatfcrs and (lock Cards;
Cards set in calf, suitable for cotton machines.
Also, Machines for cutting and heading Nails, with a va
riety of articles suitable for that business, which will
be fold together-
A large stock of Wire, and other artitles for carrying on
the Card Manuladlory, with the valuable machine# for
cutting the teeth, end other parts iff the work.
T- And a quantity of Leather, Teeth, &c. now in forward
__ ne£s for fmilhing. Also,
Occupied by the late partnerftip of Webster, Adgate and
White. As the (tore is convenient for the bufiuefs, the
machines fixed, and the whole in a condition to be work
ed, it affords a good opportunity for any one inclining to
purchafc ahd follow the bufuiefs to do it to advantage.
Enquire of , PETER W. GALLAUDET,
Oct. ao. Aim. No. 63 Chefnut-ftreet.
g . For Sale,
r- Or to be LET for a term of years,
! A N elegant Hcufe with about forty-two acres of Land
nt f\_ and Meadow. The filiation is very convenient for
a Country Seat, or for a person inclined to attend the
markets. There is an excellent Kitchen Garden, Icc-houft,
o- and a variety of Fruit-—the distance about five miles from
the city. For further information apply to the Printer.
November 14. jawtf.
John Miller, jun. & Co.
No. 8, Ghefmt-flrtet, Xh
In addition to their assortment now rccaived, have on hand
reir.-injng of the
Cargoes as lh: Thru Brothers & Arethufa from India, j
And for sale by the package only,
A variety of Bengal and Coaji Goods, viz.
Low priced Coflaes 4-4 and 6-4 book muslins ;
Long cloths in do.' _
Patna handkerchiefs Hurahums
Sliirtiny muilms Baftas tj
Blue roraals Capbricks _ IJ
Book handkerchiefs in IVluflin * lire
f.iiall bales neatly as- Taffaties Frt
sorted. Blue checks at t
Also—a variety of French Goods, viz.
Looking glasses Feathers and Flowers
Angola gloves Paper hangings
Linaus and Linau handkerchiefs, suitable for the 1
Weft-India market. * m ]
A few elegant Time Pieces. Oft. 9th. §
Landing, this Day,
From the Brandy wine Miller, from Bourdeaux, at Wil-
liug and Francis's wharf,
5 6 pipes of Cogniac Brandy.
John Nixon & Co. or I
Philips, Cramond, £s" Co. I'l 0
Novem.iS. d6t. , cr
; -— is a
Just received in the brig Ariel, from ftrf
St. Croix,
MuscoVado Sugar, j w*
2 bufliels of coarse Salt, I ;
John Nixon & Co.
§6t. r
No. 70, south Second ftrcer, near the City Tavern, H<
HAS just received by the late arrivals from London
and Bristol, a large and elegant assortment of Ladies I Ai
and Goutlemens falhionable HAlS.—Alfo, a variety ot I Ba
Qiildrens HATS of different colours, which will be fold A
on the lowest terms for caih. I Ca
N. B. Ladies Hats trim*! in the newest fafhion from [ Hi
London. OA- 13- §_ Ki
FOR SAL E,- r !
Imported in the ship Arethufa, from Calcutta and 1
Madr/fr, a variety of 1 _
To l.e Sold by the Pa-kage, for approved notes at I
t'liree aud fc.ur fn.'intl,9, ! liv
No. 4Z Dock Street, or
The CARGO erf the ship Harmony, -
Ezra Loivclly vmjler —-from BOURDEAUX t
BRANDIES, i 1 pipes and puncheons; and
in hogsheads, is discharging from on |
board the laid ship at Cuthbert's wharf, and for sale by
Andrews & Meredith,
Sept. 15. d No. 86, south whaxvas.
> '459 Bared" 1 above 600,c001b.
224 Bags, J
lIT Hoglheads of choice Jamaica Sugar.
211 Bales of St. Domingo Cotton, n
Will be landed Monday morning, s6th inft. at South- v
street wharf,
Being the entire cargoes of Snow Hebe, from Jamaica ; I
Brig Polly, and Schoonar Industry, from Jeremie,
t ° FOR SALE BY j 1
t | Peter Blight..
' I Oflober 22. \
' . Jolui Miller, jun. and his brother Alexand.-r J. Miller, I
! have entered into partnerlhi?, under the Firm of
' john Miller, jun. iff Co.
J Tbcy law rcUived h the arrivals frm Europe, aid art nolo
opening for SALE, r
At their STORE, No. 8, Chefnut-ftreet,
' A capital ajfartment of DR7 GOODS, c
Suitable to the feafon—amongfl vrhich are, 1
Broad and narrow Cloths,
Plain and fancy Coatings, I
Beavcrctts and elastics,
I Rofeand point Blankets,
A variety of coarse j ■
Manchester manufailures,
Irish Linens, | ,
India Goods, generally,
French Goods.
All of which they will dispose of for cash »r the usual I '
- credit. O&ober 9. S
Canal Lottery-Office h
Near the BANK of the UNITED STATESj ,
oSober t, 1 795. 1
[1 TfHE drawing of this Lottery began on MonJay, the t
JL. Ktli ult. The sale of Tickets is continued by the
, fubferiber, from 8 o'clock in the morning, until 3 o'clodi. i
r ■ in the afternoon, at theabove office, and by J. Roberdtau J !
at the State-House, warranted undrawn.
Prize Tickets will be received in payment, fubjefi to the
deduction expressed in the tickets —Price 11 dollars u::tij
further Eoticc. Approved notes, with a good indorfer, I
payable 20th Deeember next, will be received in paymeut
e ; for tiekcts amounting to one hundred dollars and upwards. I
|| William Blackburn, Agent.
O Gheck Book kept at the Office. Tickets examined at
2-100 each number, and regifterod at 12-100 each ticket, j 1
N. B. No tickets fold during the hours of drawing. 1 :
N°. 64, faith Second-Jircet, | i
CANAL Tickets for iale, and calh or tickets giyen for 1
any prizes that may be drawn. I
Information given refpe&ing Walhington lottery, and j
d cash or Caniil tickets given for prizes that may be drawn. I
r Both lotteries commence drawing September 28th.
c BOOKS will be kept of ach day's drawing in both lot- I
j, terics, and open gratis to the enquiries of the poflcffors of 1
II Tickets pwrchafed at the OFFICE. I.
Halves, iquartcrs, and eighths of Tickcts mafthe I
had ctthcabovsOlicc 1 . Se/>t. Is. §
Jamaica Rum.
The Cargo of the brig Peace, Capatin Gray, from the
north fide us Jamaica,
ll'ill be landed to-morrow morning at Southflreel wharf,
Hijh Proof RUM, ,
Peter Blight.
' November 9. §
The Partnership ef SA\I. St TKO. SHA.W
BETNG dissolved in lafl, by mutual cotifent,
all those indebted, whose accounts are due arc do
Tfred to maks payment at their Stoic, corner of
Front and Arch-street. The bu&hefs is row carried cn
at the fame place, by
Who has for sale, on reasonable terais, for calh, or the
usual credit,
Ageneral assortment of Merchandize,
Imported by the Lift veffelsfrom London, Bristol, and Li
verpool, suitable for the Fall Sfcafon.
A Tobacco Engine and Press to be fold by Sam. Shaw.
O&eber 23. 2aw3ic&iaw do.
r Bartholomew Conolly,
I No. 48, Chefnut-ftreet,
"O ESftSCTFULLY informs his fiiends and the public
I l\» in general, that he has imported in the late, arrivals
1 from England, an elegant, extensive and well chofcn as
sortment of men's and women's holiery—among which
—li 9 a very great variety ef beautiful fancy hosiery—such as
I striped and clouded cotton —fine plated silk and cotton—
j elegant patent fancy silk. Fine striped and clouded patent
worsted, See. &c. which are now offered for sale upon
( his usual low terms, together with every other article of
I dry good', suitable to the season.
I Jj. C. lias also imported a great variety of gentlemen's
j out size {lockings. 0&. 24. coim.
_ 1 sizes, from 31 lb to Grape,
IhorteiFnotKer ' — 4 - tk ' r caftinirs racuied at the
1 Nail rods, from rod to spike, >
Hoop Iron, of all lizes, for cases or cutting into nails, bota
1 I a brad to lid nails,
s I Anchors, from 17 Cwt. to iooib.
' I Bar Iron,
i I A Quantity of James Riv« Tobacco,
I Carolina Pork.
si I Herrings in barrels,
1 Kiln-dried corn meal in Hhds. and Bbls.
1 Rye fleur &c. to be fold by
J I Levi Hollingfworth & Son.
J Auji'j/l 4 2am
"" Fresh TEAS,
Of superior quality, viz.
Imperial, or Gunpowder
H)fon Gomee,
I (t quality Hyson,
1 2d. do. uo.
Young Hyion,
R j Hyian Skin, and
Souchong. '
A few Boxes of each, for sale at
No. 19,_Third Soiith^
J Deeainber 10. eod,
j Made by OLIVER EVANS, at his Faitory, in the old
wind-mill iu Elmlley's alley,
Stutb SeconJfreet, a little below Djcifreet,
on | VTTHERE those who apply maybefupplied with ft ones
I VV of such quality as will suit their purpiffes. Also,
I stones for gud'geons to run on, and Plainer of Paris.
1 He Jtseps for SALE,
si' At his dwelling No. 115 northSecond-ftreet, a Mtcle above
Vine flreet,
J " Bou/ting Claths,
A complete aflortment of both imported and American
manufa&ured for merchant and country work, which he
L _ I warrants good.
a . The Younp Millwright's and Miller's GUIDE. »
Containing a system of mechanics and hydraulics as they
apply to water mills with the whole process of, and all thw'
late improvements on the art of manufadluring flour &c.
1 intended to be ufeful to all coTicerijecHn building or using
water-mills, which book is fold by Matthew Carey ana
, Robert Campbell, booksellers.
j 25. jtdstawif.
Bankrupt Office.
r ~pHE CREDITORS of BANKRUPTS,whofe accounts
„ X have been legally proved, may receive their divi
dendsby applying at this Office, every 'day from 9 to 13
I o'clock it. Sundays excepted.
By order of the CorrmiJJioners,
I Philad. Vinc-Jireet, No. 9a,
Novewber 17, 1795. 3tawira.
Delaware Bridge.
I r_ pHE President and Managers of the Company for e-
J. resting a Bridge over the river Delaware, at the Bo
ua] rough of Ealton,
, I Give this Public Notice,
— I That they will, until the firft day of February next, re
ceive proposals of suitable plans or models for she said
I Bridge; as alio for the erection thereof, and the delivery
los materials. The leHgth of the Bridge will be at the
liaft 600 feet, and must not be composed of more than
the I three archei.
the I Any person inclined to engage in the above undertak-
I ing, will please to direct their plans and proposals to the
:au j Secretary of the Company at Eafton. '
By order of the PrefiJewt and Managers,
thc JOHN ARNDT, Secretary.
3tin Eafton, Pennfylvania,N©v. ia. mw A s
fer, j
™ Notice.
I A pcrfons indebted to the late partnerlhip of IVei
at I /"■> Adgate, & White, are dafired to malce payment
;et. to Peter W.Gallauoet, No. 63, Chefnut-ftreet, who
I is autkorifed to receive the fame. Those who have claims
— J on the said Firm will present them to him.
1 Demands on the eilate of the late Pelathb Webjler, de
-1 ceased, are to be exhibited to the fubferiber—and t'hofa
for 1 indebted to the said estate, are requested to make pav
ment to RUTH PERIT, Executrix?
md October 20. diM. No. 47fouth Water-ftrect.
vn. j —
ot Canal Lottery.
sof I No.\ 49, Chefnut-flreet,between Fourth's'? Fifth Jlreets.
J ACKETS examined gratis, and every information giv
e f L en refptaing fiid Lottery. Also, Washington and
J Patirfon Letteries. Oil. iS, - t
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