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MONDAT EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, *795- [VOLUME VHI.
Number iooi.j 1 — — '
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Fo* Charleston, (S. C.) *
THS SHIP J
■WmL R u S S E L L, 6]
Daniel Reed, master,
WILL fail in the course of ten days, and take freight o e
moderate terms; for which, or passage, apply t0 th
Captain on b»ard, at Walmit-ftreet wharf, or to
Jofepb Anthony & Son.
November 18. 3 10t-
t-l *T H E B* I C -j-,
A mart, E
John Fleming, inafter,
BuJpFfjS 2000 barrels of Flour, is now in compleat
sri*r to take in a cargo. For terms appiy to
Gurney & Smith, V i
Who have for Sale,
Beardeaux and Cogniac Brandy ;
And a few French Burr Stones. Nov. 14. § —
(To fail in all this month)
(•—j" The beautiful new brig
vSNkh Richa-rd & James,
Thomas Adams, matter,
BUILT of live dak and cedar, and is heriirft voyage.
She i* intended for a constant trader, and is particularly
well calculated for carrying pafTengers, having molt excel
lenf accommodations, and confirmed for a remarkable
fact sailer. For terms apply to the Captain on board at
w„« » D J AMES poTTER.
Who have tn Hand,
A large and elegant affortmeitt of Callicoes, Muflms,
Ribbons, Shawls, Linens, fcc. &c. Nov. 13. d
FOR SALE, BT H
JOHN CRAI G,
No. 12, Dock Street,
IO Pipes of
The very bejl Madeira WIN E,
ooqi'arter Catks of Sherry wine,
Brillol window glass of different sizes, n
A quantity of best Havannah fegaas in boxes,
A few calks ef lugar, *
4 boxes of yard wide Irish linens, -
4 bales of do. canvass, p
V 5 bales of red, white, and yelltfw flannels; a
W&BHP P 0 Itl S M OU7
B JBT HEN Ift jo barrels, new Tying at Mr. ThaJJ!t'» i
•wharf, in Southwark.
Philadelphia, Sept. 12. *• f
'jit William kiiharJt, rtajler,
WILL fail ill all next week. For freight br passage ap
ly t0 JESSE Iff ROBERT WALN.
N'ovembtr 9. dtf.
p For Falmouth and a Market, *
E D G E L t,
John Hodge, mailer,
SHE will fail with all convenient speed. for freight
or pafTafee apply so .
Philips, Cramohd t3 Co.
A B IG A I L,
Thomas Gifford, master,
HAS a g:eat part «f her cargo engaged, and will fail in
a few days. For freight or passage appjy on board at
Wilcoci's Wharf, 6r to THOMAS NEWMAN,AtRofss
Who has for Sale,
Coffee. Cotton, Chftt in cases and hampers, OldFrnK
tainiac Wiflt in hogsheads, and seven doz. Metis' rulHe'd
JitJl Arrived per the Snow Bojlort, fame r Kirkpatrick,
Majler, front Liverpool,
113 Crates \yej!-*fTorted Queen's Ware,
4000 bushels best floved fine Salt,
gc to be fold at No. 1, Pine-street, by
Also, a few boxes well-assorted Irifli Linens.
Said Snow for Freight or Cliar
ter ' e ' l^er to l^e Weft-Iridies or
Enquire as above.
and Francis's \tharf; a strong,
new vessel, five modths old, built of red cedar, bur
then 130 tens, supposed will carry about i.oo barrels
of flour, is of an easy draft of water, and has "xcellent
accommodations for paJEngm.
If not fold in two or three days, said vessel will pro-
Seed for the state of New-York,
Phllad. Sept. 19.
Or to be LET for a term of years,
AN elegant Honfe with about forty-two acres of Lsuid
and Meadow. The situation is very convenient tor
a Country Seat, or for a person inclined to attend the
markets. There is an excellent Kitchen Garden, Icc.-hou c,
and a variety of Fruit—the diflahte about five miles from
the city. For further information apply to the Printer.
November 14. aawtf "
Tor SALE, by the Subscribers, j
On t rsfonable terms of credit,
6 Bales of low-priccd Flax and Tow Oznaburjs, In
6 Bales of Englilh Sail Canrafs of the following nuns
bers, viz. No. 4, 5, 6.
Witlings Iff Francis,
November 21. 3taw. Penß-ftreet.
FLEECY HOSIERY. Patt
BARTHOLOMEW CONOLLT, J'-
at his hosiery store, fl]
No. 48, Chejnut-ftreet, . f 0
BEGS leave t» inform his Friends, and the Public in
general,that he has just received a small quantity of the -
Sect Fleecy Hosiery Stockings, A °°
which he recommends to those Gentlemen who make use £
of that article to make a speedy application for, owing to Wt
the demand there now is. Where they will alio meet
Vith a moil elegant assortment of .—
Every description of Hosiery.
November <9. eo36t ' Frol
To-Morrow Morning will be Landed,
At Stamper's vjharf, from onboard the 3
fchdoner Ekta, T. Arnold, majler,
direct from Mtflaga,
800 Quarter Barrels freih BLOOM RAISINS
300 Boxes do. do. do.
300 Jars do. do. do. t
400 Boxes do. Mufeatel 'do. J
II; Quarter Barrels FIGS
137 Boxes PRUNES
c® Kegs ANCHOVIES
50 Jars ©RAPES 9
94 Sacks Soft Shelled ALMONDS
100 Quarter Casks MOUNTAIN WINE
FOR SALE BY
PETER KUHN. f
' j'th November.
Has iuft received by the late arrivals from England, and *
is now opefiiag at his STORE, jU
N°* 134, and
Markct-Jlreet, corner of Foufth, Gfti
5 A Laro-e assortment of broad and narrow Cloths; Elnf- ctl
f\_ tic "do. "Kerseymeres ; Coatings ; Blankets; Flan- -
nels, &c &c.—Also, an elfcgaiit affftrtment of Loiigen .
andManchetler printed,Catlicdes of she rtrweft patterns,
adapted for the season, -printed Cotton Handkerchiefs and f m
Pullicats, Pins, &c. which he will fell by the Piece or
Package cn the lowed terms for Cash or approved notes
at 2, 4, & 6 months.
'* * Tamxrs Fi fiver,
Ao '8. lVn!"u!-f.re:t,
Have rm'ported by tlie l\efeecca, from Dublin, a large
'•]-% and 4-4 white Linens,
7-8 brown do.
4-4 lialf white Sheetiiigs,
9-8 bVown and white do. _
3-4 lirtiWn aiid white Lawits,
; " Which they will dispose of on reafonible terms, by the
package, for cash ei approved Notes, at 60 and 90 days.
— N. B. The above Goods being immediately from the L
Manufactories, it is prefumvd they will be found worthy Q
of notice. OiSl. 26. t
For SALE, by the Subscribers,
In PENN-STREET, -
the followTng articles tf tbc Injl importation from China.
IGo Quarter Chefls JHyfiJn Tea, 2 3
120 Quarter Chefls Souchong Tea, 11
460 Boxes China, cohtai'nih'g Tea Setts,
4500 Pieces Nankeens.
Willings & Francis. B
Sep;ember 14. 3 taw
The hifheft price in Calb, will be given for
fn EMPTY BOTTLES,
at A. prSferfnec fee gtven to Cldret Bottles.—Apply to j c
s's No. 187, foiith Third-street.
Abril IS. d
u. : T
rt - Hares Patent Floor Cloth,
Tttfe iManufadl'arcr has just imported by the LIGHT
HORSE FROM BRISTOL', ah elegant assortment
of the newest and best Patterns, Which are in excellent
prefervatibn, from 9 feet square to 18 by 15 fefet; like
wise, for Stairs, Entries, and Hails, from J yard to 3
The fubferiber respectfully informs purchasers, that
Floor Cloths liid under woollen Cir'pets during the Win
ter, will he in a tote bf improvement till the faring, and ,
render rooms Watrh by preventing air from passing be- 1
tween the boards. JOHN BROWNE,
ar _ No. 145 north Second-flreet. '
or WHO HAS FOR SALE, c
A quantity of Remnants to lay before the fire for the pr»- ;
fdrvation of woollen Carpets;
Dipt arid mould Candles, with fine cotton wick;
Brown and white Soap, of a very superior atiality, in
small boxes suited for families; r
White Lead; Red Lead; Spanilh Brown; Orange Mine
ral, &c. &c. November 10. eod.
" ' j;
For sale, at low prices, =
ig, NAILS by the calk, frotn 3d to iod assorted, and a vari- (
ur- ety of Sprigs, Brads, and Tacks; - f
•els Cotton and wool Cards, from No. Ito 12; j
;nt Hatters and frock Cirds; 1
, Cards set in calf, fuitablc for cotton machines.
Also, Machines Tor cutting and heading Nails, with a va
riety of articles suitable for that business, which will ,
r0 " be fold together.
A large stock of Wire, and other articles for carrying on
1 the Card Mahu'fa&ory, with the valuable machines for
— cutting the teeth, and other parts of the work.
And a Quantity of Leather, Teeth, &x. now In forward
nefs for finifhirtrf. Also,
A LEASE OF. THE STORE,
jid .Occupied by the late partnership of Webster, Adgate and
for White. As the store is convenient for the bufmefs, t'ne
the machines fixed, and the whole in a condition to he work
fe, cd, it affords a good opportunity for any one inclining to
,m' purchase and follow the bufihefs to do it to advantage.
Enquire of PETER W. GALLAUDF.T,
oa. 20. dim. Ns. 63 Chefnut-ftreet.
John Milter, jun. & Co.
SVo. 8, Chefnut-Jlreet, The
Ih addition to theiriflortanent now received,have da hand
~ remaining '»f the jy\U
Cargoes of the Thru Brodcfti? Arethufafrom India, Hi
And for fele -ty th«<packagc . only; _ p r
A variety of Bengal crhd Cattjt Goods, viz.
— Low priced Coflaes 4 4 ar.d 6-4 book rouflias Xc
Long cloths ' n 1
Patna handkerchiefs Ifumlium.
Shirting muslins Baftas 13 ■-
Blue romals Catnbricks * ' :
B'ook handkerchiefs In Mufiin fired
small bales neatly as- Taffaties I roni
sorted. Blue-checks _ at the
i" Alfo-i? variety of French Goods, viz. who
Looking glaffcs Feathers and Flowers
r Angola gloves Paper hangings A
■ Linaus and Linau handkerchiefs, suitable for the
° f Weft-India market. m^°
e A few elegant T' m e Pieces. Oft- 9th. 0
Landing, this Day,
From the Brandywine Miller, from Bourdeaax, at Wil-
— liug and Francis's wharf,
l ' z6 pipes ot Cogniac Brandy.
for sale by D
'John Nixon (if Co. or 7-
Philipsi Cramoni, & Co.
Novern. 18. is a \
Just received in the brig Ariel, from ft»p>
St. Croix, W ori
2 500 bushels of coarse Salt, J*-
FOR SAtS BY
Jofin Nixon & Co.
N»vemberiß. §^ t ' /'A
— James Tiffin,
WHOLESALE DETAIL HATTER, Nail
nd No. 70, south Sccand llrtet, near the City Tavern, Hoo
HAS just received by. tie late arrivals from London
and Bristol, a large and elegant aflsrtment of Ladies Anc
and Gsntlemens falhionable HATS. —Also, a variety of Bar
epildrens HATS of different colours, which will be fold A(,
,r on the lowest terms for cash. C ar '
N. B. Ladies Hats trim*, in the newest faihion from H«r
i'. 1 " London. 05. 11. _§_
ns, F O Ii SALE, e
ind Imported in the Jhip Arethufa, from Calcutta arid
or * Madrsfs, a variety of -A
Crticoes. ' I . •
r S e To be Sold |>y the for approved notis at
three and four months, by
WILLI A M MAOLURE & Co.
No. 4i D !«■ k Stre« t. or
JOHN MILLER, Jun. ]
Fhe CAIvCO of the fliip liarmony, —
Ezra Lowell, majler—front BOtJRDEAUX,
u CONSIST JXG »F J
tlie imANDIES, in pipes and puncheons; and 1
j hy CLARET in hoglheads, is discharging from on Y
(,'oird the f.ud Jhip at Cuthbert's whaif, and for file by
Andi eivs iaf Meredith,
Sept. 15. d. No. g<S, south wharves. At
, ads 'lCofFee, above 60a,0001b.
214 Pags, J , . c
11 Hogfheadsof choice Jamaica Sugar. m 3
zii Bales of St.Domingo Cotton, , wa
Will be landed Monday morning, coth inft. at
street wharf, .
1 Being the entire cargoes of Snow Hebe, froin Jamaica ;
* Brig Poiiy, and Schooner Induflry, from Jeremie,
" mi sale by ,f,
Peter Blight. in ;
. Qftqhgr it. ■
Jr to John, Miller, juu. and liis brother Alexand-r J. Miller, R(
Have entered Into partnership, uhder tne Pirm of
d John Miller, jun. & Co.
They have received iy tie arrivals from Europe, aid art now
opening for Sale, r~j
At their STORE, No. 8, Chefnut-ftreet, J
iHT A cdpital affdrtnient of DR7 GOODS, de
nent Suitable to the feafon —anaoiigll which are,
Iler.t Broad and harrow Cloths,
like- Plaih nnd fliicy Coatings, J
to 3 Esavcretts and elaflics, »
Rose and point Blankets^
that A variety of coarse Woollens,
win- MancheUer manufailures,
and ! Irilh Linens, r~
r be- ! India Goods, geherally,
E, | French Goods. .
reet. ' All of which they will dispose of for cash or the usual
| credit. October 9* §
:pr9 " 1 Canal Lottery-Office «
Near the BANK of tlie L r A/ /' f) S'7l TES, o
y, in oSober l, 1795. Is
nPHE drawing of this Lottery began on Monday, the tl
/line | t lj u J t- The fate of Ticlccts is continued by the
fuliferiber, from B o'clock in the morning, until 3 o'clodk ii
' in rt-e afternoon,, at the above otftce, and by']. Roberdeau S
at the State-House, warranted undrawn.
Prize Tickets will be received in payment, fubjecl to the
vari " deduaioii exprelfed in the tickets—Price II dollars until
further notice. Approved notes, with a good indorfer,
payable aoth Desember next, will be received in payment
for tickets amounting to one-hundred dollars and upwards.
William Blac 1:1 urn, Agent.
a va " Gheck Book kept at the Otiiee. Tickets examined at ;
1 2-100 each nuaiber, and regift'erod at 15-100 each ticket.
N. B. No tickets fold auring.thc hOUrs ofdrawing.
N°. 64 f south Seconds reet,
,vard- >~l ANAL Tickets for file, and cafli or tickets given for
V t any prizes that ma)'be drawn.
information given reipeding Washington lottery, and
e and eafli or Canal tickets given .for jsrizes tliat may be drawn,
s, the Both lotteries commence drawing September 28th.
ivork- BOOKS will be kept ef ach day's drawiug in both lot
ing to teries, and open gratis to the enquiries of the poffeffsrsof
tge. Tickets purchased at the OFFICE.
ST 0" Halyes, quarters, and eighths of Tickets may he
had at th: above Oftite. Sept. 26. §
The Sarjjo of the brier Peace, Capr.Su Gray, from ths
north fid'- «f Jamaica,
Will be landedlo-morraiv morning at Southflreet wharf,
Prime SUGAR and COFFEE.
November 9. §
The Partnership of SAM. 'Si THO. SHAW
BEING diffolircd in August Uft, by mutual consent,
all those indebted, whose accounts are due, are dc
lired tot maka speedy payment ac their Store, corner of
Front and Arch-street. The bufmefs is now tarried on
at the fame place, by
Who has for sale, on reasonable terms, for calh, or the
A general assortment of Merchandize,
Imported by the last veftclsfrem London, Bjiftol, and Li
verpool, suitable for the Fall Season.
A Tobacco Engine and Press to be fold by Sam. Shaw
O&eber 23. • saw3w&iawdo.
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public
in general, that he has imported in the late arrivals
from England, an elegant, «xtenfive and well chosen as
sortment of men's and women's hosiery—among which
is a very great Variety ef beautiful fancy hosiery—such as
striped aad clouded cotton —fine plated silk and cotton—
elegant patent fancy silk. Fine striped and clouded patent
werfted, &c. &c. which are now offered for sale upon
his usual low terms, together with every other artieie'of
dry good?, suitable to the fe&fon.
B. C. has also imported a great variety of gentlemen's
out fsze (lockings. Oil. 24. eoim.
OFill sizes, frem 31 lb to Qrape,
Cambonles, Pots, and ether callings executed at the
Nail rods, from rod td spike,
Hoop Iron, of all sizes, for cases or cutting into sails, from
a brad to I2d nails,
Anchors, from 17 Cwt. to loolb.
A Quantity of James Rivar Tobacoe,
Hstrings in barrels,
Kiln-dried corn meal in Hhds. and Bbls.
Rye fieur &c. to be fold by
! Levi Hollirigfwortb iff S n.
Au%uji 4 22W
M TEA S,
Of faperhr quality, viz.
Imperial, or Gunpowder
1 ft quality Hyson,
2d. do. ciO.
t Hytsn Skin, and ,
A few Boxes of each, for fait at
No. 19, Third Street, South.
December 10. cod.
5 ~~ BURR MILL STONES
by OLiVER EVANS, ai his Fafiory, in the old
tvind-mill in iElmfley's alley,
South. Second-fircat, a Utile btloiu Jjui jlrect,
n "\T7"HERE those who apply may be supplied with stones
VV of such quality as. will suit their purposes. Also,
stones for gudgeons to run on, and Plaifter of Paris.
He keeps fir SA /. !■',
£■ At "his dwelling No. 2-13 north Second-street, a Ikt'.e aciovt
»• Bouliing Girths,
A complete assortment of both imported and American
manufactured for mierchant and c'ouniry work, which he
The Young Millwright's and Miller's GUIDE.
' Containing a system of mechanics and hydraulics a 9 they
apply to water mills with the whole process of, and all tl
late improvements on the art of majiufadluring flour
intended to be ufeful to all concerned is building or ufin -
__ water-rtiills, which book is fold'by Matthew Carey an i
i, Robert Campbell, boeltfellers.
Sept. 25. 3td«awtf.
THE CREDITORS of BANKRUPTS, whose account
have been legally proved, may receive their div'.-
dendsby applying at this Office, every day from 9 to 12
o'clock m. Sundays Kcepted.
By order of the Commi/Jioners,
JOHN JENNINGS, Clerk.
Philad. Vine-Jlrcct, No. 94,
November 17, 1795- Jrtawim.
THE President and Managers of the Company for e
redling a Bridge over the river Delaware, at jhe 80-1
1 rough 01 Eailon, (
Give this Public Notice,
That they will, until the firfi. day of February pext, re
ceive proposals of suitable plans or models for the said
Bridge; as alto for the ere&ion thereof, and the delivery
of materials. The length of the Bridge will-be at the
laaft 600 feet, and must not be composed of more than
the three arche;.
the Any person inclined to engage in the above undertak
jdk ing, will please to dire<9: their plans and proposals to the
eau Searetary of the Company at Eailon.
By order of the Prefideot and Managers,
the - JOHN ARNDT, Secretary.
ntil F.cpon, Pcnnfylvania.Nov. 12. mw & 8
fer, —.—— " 1 111 1
ALL persons indebted to the late partnerfliip of tVei-
Jicr, Adgate, & Whit;, are dofircd to make payment
to Peter GaLlaudet, No. 63, Chefnut-ftreet, who
is authorised to receive thefanie. Those who have claims
—— on t!ie said Firrti will prcfent them to him.
Demands on the ellate of the late Pelatiah tVeljlcr, de
ceased, are to be exhibited to the fubferiber—and those
for indebted to the said estate, are rcquefled to make pay
ment to RUTH PERIT, Executrix,
and Oaobtr 20. dim. No. 47 south Water-street.
wn . ——
rsof 1 49>Chefnut-Jlrect, between FourthlyFifth-Jlrccts.
rICKETS examined gratis, and every information giv
en refpesfting said Lottery. Also, Walhington an t
Paterfon Lotteries. sS. |