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LINE OF STEAM BOAT & STAGES, the of of By way of WILMINGTON & ELKTON.' Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday. THE Steam Boat SUPERIOR, Captain Milner, will leave the first wharf above Mar ket street, PHILADELPHIA, at 3 o'clock, in the afternoon, on the aforesaid days for Bal timore. «> The Steam Boat NEW-JEKSEY, Captain Rogers, will leave BALTIMORE for Phila delphia, in the afternoon of said days. These Boats are connected by a line of Stages, estab lished on the new turnpike between W timing ton and Elkton. V The SUPERIOR will leave Wilming ton every day for Philadelphia, (Sundays ex cepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, and Phila delphia every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for Wil mington, Passengers received and delivered at Chester and at Marcus Hook. Seats for Baltimore taken at Mr. David Brinton's Tavern. May 7—tD ed the a of jed lie no for m Turnpike Notice. 4*v THE President and Managers of the Gap & Newport Turnpike Company have directed the sum of Ten Dollars on each share of stock in the additional subscription to be paid into the Treasury, on the first day of June next, being the fifth and last payment Those stock-holders who are in arrears with former instalments earnestly requested to make immediate pay ment, as no further indulgence can be given. James Kelton, Treasurer. Turnpike Office,} May 17, 1817. 5 -3t. To Rent, A FARM in Dragon Neck, Red Lion hun dred, the estate of Samuel Crow, deceased. In quire of of is of ly No Francis Haughey, Guardian of the minor children of said S. Crow. Feb. 22—if STEPHEN BUDDY, Wilmington, Del. - Informs the public that f has at his shop, corner of Market and Third-Streets, Saddles and Bridles Of every description; Coach, Gig, Stage, Cart, and Waggon Harness ; Trunks Of all sizes and every quality—all of which he will sell low for CASH. Albo, Bridle-Bitts and Stirrups, Plated and common, lower than can be obtained elsewhere. Feb. 22—tf Uli MORE » for Sale. , n feet front on g Queen, 60 •n French st. and in cL, 1 , No. 3. Eighteen feci .,,ch street, and in depth 60 fe. t, adjoining No. 2. These lots, be. ingcontiguous to each other, will be sold separ ate or together, as may best the purchaser. Also, is offered for sale, a lot of ground mea suring 98 feet front on Queen street, and n depth J4 feet, which may he conveniently divi ded into five building lots, fronting Queen street. This lot adjoins the rear of the other three. For ter k ; apply to D. C. W ilson - Joseph Moore. May 3—5t Bunk of Delaware, May 3.1817. THE President and D rectors of this bank iia"e declared a dividend of ten dollars on each and every share of the capital stock, payable to the Stockholders or their legal representatives, any time after the 10 th inst. Edward Worrell May 3—law4t Cashier. Bank of Delaware , May 3, 1817. NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of this Bank, that their Banking House, on Monday the second day of next month, (June) between the hours of j tnree and five o'clock, in the afternoon, for the! clio.ee of nine Directors for the ensuing year. By order of the Board, ■ a I , 1 \\ 1 1 IjUWSU'U t* OITCII} Cashier Election will be held at M»y 1 CASH Will be given, by t /14 suinter tirer, for old Stoves <r other ■iaft cast iron plates, if delivered at the Foun der y lately occupied by G ïfxlgson and Brothers, on the Brandywi ie, 01 at Mr. Factory, Haddock's Nail • Christiana Bridge, Wilmington. Thomas Skidmore ' March 5 —tf Rockford. Five Cents lie ward. ABSCONDED from the service of the sub the4th inst. an indented servant nam scriber, ed Mary Shaffer (has fifteen months and twenty days to serve) had :hen she went away a blue striped domestic frock, a pink figured lin bonnet. She also took with her a blue and while callico Frock, and a linsey, do, with many other articles of wearing apparel. Wiu. Whaley, May 14—3t N. B. I forwarn any person Mill Creek Hundred. persons from hard''ring or trusting heron my account, as 1 deterrr.med to prosecute them as the law di reels. Church Notice • The Protestant Episcopalians of the State of Delaware are informed, that the Annual Meet ing of the Convention of this Dioces*. will be held in the Town of Milford, on Saturday the 7lh of June next. ' TVm. Wiekes, Secretary of the Convention. May 10 Horse-bills neatly executed AT THIS OFFICE, By the President of the U. States. WHEREAS by „ act entitled « an .«pro Viding tor the sale of the tract of land at the. lower rapids of Sandusky river," passed on tht*.' retai1 27th day of April, 1816 , it was enacted that all the lands in the said tract, except the reserva tions made in the said act, should be offered for sale to the highest bidder, at Wooster, in the state of Ohio, under the direction jf the Register mild? of the Land Office, and the receiver of public monies at Wooster, and on such day or days, as shall, by a public proclamation of the President of the United States, bf designated for that pur pose : and whereas by an act entitled " an act providing for the sale of the tract of land at the British fort at the Miami of the Lake, at the foot of the rapids, and for other purposes," enact* i thi Sec. ble for had one three ges those his passed the 27th day of April, 1816, it ed that all the lands contained in the said tract, except the reservations and exceptions made in the said act, should be offered for sale to the highest bidder, at Wooster, in the state of Ohio, ander the direction ot the Register of the Land Office, and the Receiver of public monies at Wooster, and on such day or days as shall by a public proclamation of the President of tke United States be designated for that purpose. Wherefore, l, James Mon «or, President of the United States, in conformity with th é provisions of the acts before recited, do hereby ueclare and make known that the lands authori jed to be be sold by the first mentioned act, shall lie offered for sale to the highest bidder, at W er in the state of Ohio, on the first Monday in July next, and continue open for seven days and no longer ; and that the lands authorised to be sold by the last mentioned act, shull be offered for sale to the highest bidder at the same place, m the third Tuesday in July next, and continue open for seven days and no longer. Given under my hand, this I5th day of April, (Signed) A of en» the most 1817. James Monroe. By the President, J. MEIGS, Commissioner of the General Land Office. April 26— FOR SALE, A Tract of Land , IN Cecil county, Md. situate on one of the branches of North East River, about two ami a half miles from Naviga tion, containing one hundred and sixty acres ; one hundred of which being well timbered, thercinaiudei arable. There is on the aqovc premise« an eligible situation for a Mill, Fac tory, or Distillery, Sec. The contiguity of the above pro perty to navigation renders it well worth the notice of any person dealing in Fire-wuod or ship timber for the Balti more market, as there are, on the premises, a great number of valuable white oak trees. There is also a comfortable dwelling, kitchen, barn and other necessary buildings. The situation is healthy, with a spring of excellent water veuient to the house. 1 his property adjoins lands of Samuel Maffctt, Esq. and also Mr. Simp jon, Innkeeper, late ly deceased. The payments will be made easy, to wit: No more than one third will be required in hand, the re mainder on an extended credit, with propersecurity. Enquire of the subscriber, Josiah L. Foard, Near Warwick, Cecil County, Md. best sent Ins July 29—tf Mills for 8ale. FOR sale a Grist and Saw Mill, situated at the head of the Bohemia river, Cecil county, Maryland. Both are in excellent order ; the Grist Mill having been thoroughly repaired the last six months, and furnished with new burrs. The building is of brick—there is a house, gar den, and several acres of land attached to the premises. Also, a Saw Mill, situated having a lot and dwelling attached to it. The dam has lately been furusihed with new gates, and is in excellent condition. There is a foun dation laid for a Grist or Fulling Mill, for which it would be an advantageous situation.— For terms, apply at this Office. the Broad Creek, I Wilmington, Del. r is t April 16—tf • aryliuid, ss. fecit County Orphans' Court, ripru Perm. 1817. On application of John Mercer ar.d Peregrine diddle, administrators of the personal estate oi JOHN DAVIS, deceased—It is ordered, that hey give the notice required by law for creditors ; > exhibit their cl aims against the said deceased estate, and that the same be published week for five weeks successively in the Delaware Gazette, published in Wilmington, and in the Baltimore Federal Gazette. In testimony that the foregoing *s truly ex tracted from the minutes of proceedings of the Orphans Court for Cæcil county, 1 have hereto set my name and affixed the public seal of my office, this eighth day of April, A D. 1817. ice a j IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ABOVE ORDER, T/ttS ÎS to give Notice, , ** .. „ .. ' That the subseribtrs, ot Cæcil county, have obtained from the Orphans Court of saal county, etters of administration on the personal estate Henry I). Miller, Regr. Wills for Cæcil Couuty. of JOHN DAVIS, Esq uni it. Late of Cacti county, deceased. All persons Having claims against the said deceased <>y warned to exhibit the snme with the vouchers 'hereof, to the subset «bers, eighth day of December next ; they wise by law be eNcluded from all benefit of said estate. Persons indebted to said deceased, required to make payment to the subscribers. Given under our hands, this eighth day of Apri!,eighteen hundred and seventeen. John Mercer , Peregrine Jiiildle , Administrators, <r on here or before the other a and Sassafras Neck, April 16—tawfit TAKE NOTICE. The subscribers have this day obtained from the Register of Wills, of New Castle County, letters of administration, de bonis non, on the personal estate of Dr. WILLIAM M-REE, late of New Castle county, deceased—All per sons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to exhibit them, legally proven, to the subscribers, on or before the first day of September next, otherwise they may be exclu ded from any benefit of said estate ; anjl all p sons indebted to the deceased are required make payment without delay. John Mercer, Peregrine Biddle, Administrators de boniß non. 1 di ur of be the to Cæcil County, Sassafras, April 15, 1817. N. B. Creditors may deliver their accounts to General JOHN STOCKTON, who is authoris ed t« receive them. April 16— lawöt VALUABLE MEDICINES. THE proprietor of Lee's original Family Medicines, res pectfully informs his Iriends and the public in general, that timoré, where they are always to be had wholesale and retai1 * mild? and the ** Those who purchase to sell again will be treated on liberal terms. Elegant Show bills tarnished gratis. Lee's Antibilioxis Pills. thi nr The operation of these highly esteemed Pills is perfectly experience of thousands has proved, they ay be used in every situation in life without the least in convenience. They arc admirably adapted to carry off superfluous bile, Sec. Sec. LEE'S IVovm Destroying Lozenges. the pleasure of stating that the under his immediate observation : His little daughter, about s years old, appeared very visi ble to lose her flesh, no particular cause could he given for her thus pining away, she was at length taken with fevers, which, w ith other symptoms led him to believe she had worms ; lie gave her a'dose of Lee's Lozenges, wldcli brought away, incredible as it may appear, z worms, the one fifteen ami the other thirteen incites in length, each three fourths of an inch round ; lie has given the Lozen ges to another of his children, which brought away a vast quantity of very small worms. The proprietor is now in possession of the large worms; those inclined to sec them will be gratified by calling at his Dispensary. The proprietor has followiiu: cas Lee's Elixir. or its is A sovereign remedy for colds, obstinate coiighs, catarhs, asthmas, sore throats, and approaching consumptions. A single trial will prove that it restores the Uetermin of the fluids to the surface of the body, and bringt common, healthful perspiration ; that it di-lod$ evacuates the tough, viscid plileghin < en» the weakejity vessels of the lungs the root of the .Jsordcr, the symptom fertuall) and permanently conquered. the res and micas, strength TIiuj striking at of course cf JLE lii* S ^ , , T , in IrP.miTilP Per HI dH fjfïtlML .XCIUI.UI«, l eiBlUIL UUllUll. The Persian Lotion operates mildly, rendering the skin delicately soft and smooth ; impioving the complexion. J 1 Is' i IjL< Lj n j I an i I by A LEE'S Sovereign Itch Ointment, warranted to cure BY ap lication, free from Mercury or any pernicious I'his vendable remedy U so mild, yet effica :»1 with thc'titmost safety, on the a child of a week old. ingredient, cious, that ii most delicate pregnant lady, ay be Restorative Tooth Powder. This excellent preparation comforts and strengthens the gmn« and preserves the enamel frum decay. LEE'S (Genuine Essence &" Extract OF MUSTEKD. A safe and effectual remedy for Acute and Chronic R! matism, Gout, Rheumatic Gout, Palsy, Sprains, Bruises, Pains in the Face, Neck, Sec. The experience of many ages ami the testimony of the best medical practitioners from an early period to the pre sent time agree in ascribing to Mustard very powerful and singular virtues. Lee's INDIAN VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, for the Vene LEE'S Grand Restorative & Nervous CORDIALS, Proved by long and extensive experience, valuable Medicine. Lee's INFALLIBLE AGUE DROPS, warranted to Lee's EYE WATER s TOOT! 1 -ACHE DROPS, s ANODYNE KLiXlK, for the cure of headaches. Lee's CORNPLASTER. Lee's LIP SALVE.. is The pioprictor would be glad to insert the many Ccrtifi- f cates and letters recommending the above truly valuable Medicines ; lmr tills, in a newspaper, is impracticable—He therefore with encreasedconlidSSnce respectfully proffers to, uicm a liberal and discerning public. They are sold by Ins appointment, by | be a truly : 1 Mrs. Mary Lockcnunn, I.atc Matthew R. Lockcrman, Wilmington. Who has just received a fresh supply from Baltimore. *** 'I o detect counterfeits, observe each article has < the outside wrapper the signature of NOAH RIDGEf.Y. Late Michael Lee 0? Co. March 22—tf TO REJNT The Stored Wharf ? AT the Southeasterly end of Market street. The Wharf ha« been improved lately, afford convenient landing places at the from and r ide, and a large and safe Dock-birth. There is also a convenient landing place, by means ol t slip, for small craft from the Jerseys, or elsewhere. Possession For terms, apply to to be had immediately. John Patterson. Jan 15—3i8ttawtf To the widows and heirs of the offi cers, seamen and marines of the. late U. S. brig of war Epervier. AN ACT For the relief of the widows and orphans of the officers, seamen and marines, who were lost in the United States lirig Piper vier. fie il enacted by the Senate and House of Re/tresentativrs of the United of America,in Congre m assembled, That the widows if any such there be, and in case klow, the child children, if there be there be no clv.ld, then the parents or parent, and if there he no parent, then the brothers and sisters of the officers, seamen, and mairies who were in the serv ce of the United State«;, and lost in the brig Epervier, shall be entitled to, and of any money in the treasury nor otherwise appropriated, a sum equal to six months pay of their respective deceased rela *ives aforesaid, in addition to the pay due to the said deceased on the 14th day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, to which day the arrears of pay due the deceased shall bt allowed and paid bv the accounting officers ot the Navy Department. [Passed 3d of March, 1817-] The amount of six months extra pay author ised by the above act of congress, will be paid to the legal claimants, upon appl cation to the vy department, Washington, when they shall severally transmit a certificate of marriage duly authenticated in behalf of a widow, a certificate of baptism and of the pansh record in behalf of orphan children, a certificate of the relationship of brother or sister duly attested by a magistrate of the county, proving incontestibly the kindred and just claim under said act As no intenne diate agency U necessary in the are requested to send their vouchers and papers direct to the navy department, and the money will be paid by checks upon the banks, in the neighborhood of their residence, without pence or deduction- Those w'ho constitute at torneys will have to prove their identity, and af finity, to the officer, seaman, or marine, and no letters of administration will be required admitted in favor of a claim. The reren-e. of , claimants the are of ex or payment being specifically applied to the relations afore mentioned, none other need to apply, and the strictest scrutiny will be observed'when the ap plication is not direct from the person designat ed in the law. By order of the Secretary of the Navy. Benjamin Homans. Navy Department, 10th April, 1817. N B. Thê same proofs and vouchers will be sufficient for the arrears of pay due on the 14th July, 1815, which will be paid by the fourth au ditor of the treasury department. April 2X—3w ur to to Robert Porter , BOOKSELLER 5 Respectfully i from LEE* Lane, New York, the Public, that he has just received PA FEN r MEDICINE STORE a* Maiden J FRESH SUPPLY 01' the following genuine Medicines: Hamilton's Worm Destroying Lozen ges. Which have cured an immense number of persons of both sexes, of every age, .nd in every situation, of various dan u » complaints arising from worms, and fi < or foulness in the stomach and bowels. Tills medicine bears no analogy whatever to others of similar titles so commonly complained of, as operating with violence ; on the contrary, a particular excellence ol this remedy is its being suited to every agj and constitution. containsnotliingbutwh.it is perfectly innocent, and 1 njiid in its operation that it cannot injure the most delicate pregnant lady, or the tenderest infant of a week old, should no worms exist inthfc body ; but will, without pains nr griping,cleanse the stomach and bowels, of whatever i foul or offensive, and thereby prevent the production of worms, and many fatal dlsordccrs. 't he- ozciiges arc parti,! cnlarly efficncious in carrying off all gross humor« and erup tions, feverish and bilious complaints, and are the safest and mildest purgative that cun be used on any occasion. DESCIUPTION* OF WORMS, ■Und the symptoms by which they are known : It Worms which infest the human body, kinds, viz....The Teres, or large round w or small mam-worm ; the Cucurbltnia, c worm ; and lastly, the Taenia or its resemblance to tape. This is offen m; is lull of joints. It iuvnost hurtful and chiefly of dour ; the Ascarides, short, flat, white tape worm, sr called from v yards long, and *t difficult to re Among the symptoms attending worms are...disagreeable breath, especially «In the morning; bad and corrupted gums ; itching in the nose, and about the scat; convulsions, epileptic lits, and sometimes privation of speech-1 starting ami grinding of the teeth m sleep; irregular appetite, sometimes loathing food, and sometimes voracious ; purg ing, with slimy and foetid stools ; vomiting ; large and hard belly : pains and sickness at the stomach ; pains m the head and thighs, with lowness of spirits ; slow fever, with small and irregular pulse; a dry cough; excessive thirst; sometimes pale and unhealthy countenance, und sometimes the face bloated and Hushed. Persons afflicted with any of the above symptoms,should have immediate recourse to Hamilton's Worm Destroying Lozenges, which have been constauly attended withsuceess in all complaintssimilartotho.se above described. A 4 oie üf « h,s medicine given occasionally during the warm «.„on, win effectually prevent " the vomitin C and purging of children...a dreadful disorder, which annually J destroy» thousands of the infant part of our citizens. It is i likewise the mildest and most certain rcm«t.y known, and j has restored to health and strength a great number when In I an advanced stage of this fatal complaint. Particular und i plain instructions are given for every part of the necessary I treatment in such cases. Children generally take this medicine with eagerness ; having a pleasing appearance, and an agreeable taste. Hahn'» liui-ln.itms Pitts. The operation of these pills is perfectly mild, so as used by persons in every situation, and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry off all »superfluous bile, and prevent Us morbid secretions ; to restore and a mend the appetite; to produce a free respiration, and there by prevent colds, which .»re often of fatal consequences. A riose never fails to remove a cold, if taken on its iirst ap pearance. They arc celebrated for removing habitual cos tivencss, sickness at the stomach, and severe head ache, and ought to * ,e taken by all persons on a change of climate. They have been found remarkably efficacious in prevent ing and curing disorders attendant on long should be procured and carefully pres seamen. Hamilton's Essence & Extract of Mustard. ist to to ; or be of to to be vages, and ed lor use by every A safe and effectual remedy for rheumatisms, gout, palsy, sprains and bruises, white swellings, old strains, and reiaxa ibness and weakness of Hie neck, rains of the side, head ache, swelled faces, frozen limbs, and every similar complaint, it prevents chilblains, or chopped hands, and thcilleflects of gett.ng wet or damp in the feet. The genuine Persian Lotion. So celebrated among the fashionable throughout Europe, is an invaluable cosmetic, perfectly innocent and sale, fr-.c f rom corrosive ami repellent minerals, (the basis of other lo tionsj and of unparalleled efficacy in removing blemishes of the face and skin, freckles, pimples, inflammatory redness, scru f. tetters, ringworms, sunburns, prickley hear, He. The Persian Lotion operates mildly, without impeding tke | natural insensible perspiration, wluoli is essential to health, vet its effects are speedy and permanent, rendering the skin delicately soft and.-mooth, and improving the complexion. lieslorulive Powder for the Teeth and Gums. This excellent preparation comforts and strengthens the gums, preserves the enamel from decay, and cleanses and whitens the teeth, by absorbing all the acrimonious slime and fouilles», which, suffered to accumulate, never fails to In jure and finally ruin them. Hamilton's Grand Restorative, luablc medicine for the speedj relief and permrnent cure of the various complaints resulting from'dissipated pleasures, juvenile indiscretions, residence in dilutes unfavorable to the constitution, the immoderate 1 tea, frequent intoxication, or any other destructive intemperance, the unskilful or excessive use of mercury, the diseases peculiar to females at a certain period of lire, bad lyings in,&. is recommended A! Hamilton's Elixir. Celebrated for the c and approaching the whooping cough. Hahn's Genuine Eye Water. A sovereign remedy for all diseases of the eyes whether the effect of natural weakness or of accident. : of colds, obstinate coughs, asthma?, sumptions, aud a certain remedy for AH persons indebted to the estate of| Tooth-Jlchr Drops. nedyyet discovered which yves] immediate and lasting relief in the mont severe instain v. The only ITCH CURED. Lee's Ointment fttr the Itch, Warranted an infallible remedy at one application, may be used with uerfcct safety on infants a week old, not taining a particle of mercury or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that tormenting ' which attends the application of other remedies. Lee's lujalUble .:l.,nc & Fe- er Drops, For the cure of agues, remittent, and intermittent fevers. Halm's true and genuine German Corn Vlaister. "nlY ° f wh ' d '' lu, ' y )u> ' u,. k _tf of at af NOTICE. Doctor Alexander Forrester, dec. are requested to make payment to the sub scribers; and such as have any claims against said estate, to present them to the same for settlement, previous to the first of June next. Catharine Forrester. Clara Forrester. April 30— 10t. Adm'xs. Bargain—for Cash. O TO be sold, at private sale, about 30 acres of Land, (four or live of which is woodland) lying on the Wilmington and Gap 'I urnpike Road bounded by lands of Moses Montgomery and Thomas Brackin—there is on said premises a good Stone dwelling house, with excellent water the door—the house is suitable for two fa milies. It is an eiigib e situation for a Tavern. For terms—apply to Jacob H. Gregg. May 14—tf N. B A Taylor, Shoemaker or Blacksmith, would meet with good encouragement in the vicinity of said property. SAW-MILL FOR SALE. or The Subscriber offers for sale a new Saw-Miff in complete order and tn full operation, Georges Creek, in a well timbered neighborhood, in Pencader hundred and County of New Castle, a Tenant house in good repair and about 35 acres of Land, 20 acres of it Woodland, bounded by, or near, lands of the late Esquire Howell, decea sed, on the road from Glasgow to Middletown. The stand is good for a Distillery and Tan-yard; for terms apply to Nathan Boulden, Esq. near the premises, or to be au St Morgan Jones, WHmington, Del. Dec. 16 ~tf I jtoil XjPMCZJES S qo to ALLzJEHS, '$ 30.000 25.000 15.000 tJS i U .State of Pennsylvania. INTERNAL NA JTGATIQN LOTTERY. FOURTH CLASS. S. ALLEN, Manager* SCHEME. i locoo la 20000 - io.oa sooo - IOCOO • 8000 IU.0 - 12000 - 3SOOO - IOOOO STATIONARY PRIZES, First drawn No. isttUy, x&cxi Do. do. 4th do. 1, . 7U1 do. Do. do. ictli do. Do. do. ijrh do. Do. do. loth do. Do. do. ajth do. Do. do. joth do* Do. do. 3$th do. i Do. do. 40th do. I,coo Do. do. 4sth do. a Do. do. 50th do. 5,oos Do. do. ssth do. Do. do. öoth do. ic.oco Do. 4 3-000 I,OCO ICO so • 3.0 O - 7000 8 - 88000 35000 TICKETS. Not 2 blanks to a prize ist drawn 4000 blanks to be entitled to eight dollars euch. The last drawn numbers 6n the nth. 12th, »3th, 14th. •6th, 17th, 18th, loth, 21st,2zd,23d, 24tn v a6th, 47 th, 28th, 29th, 31st, 3id, 33d, 34th, r-th, 37 th, nuh, 39th, 41st, 410, 43d, 40th, 47th, 4 «tb, 49th, s 1 St , 52d, S3d, 54th, jötli, S/th, suth, sott), ßist, 62 d, 63d, 64th, ôsth, ccth, 67th, 68th, 69th and 70th day« drrwing, will each be entitled to ONE HUNDRED TPCKETS in this Lott cry; commencing with number 30001 and proceeding in regular j»ucces«oa to number 15,000. The above Scheme of the Fourth ClaswÄi the State Lot tery, is respectfully offered to the public/Winder the im tlut it wiil not »inly be acceptable, but attractive, almost evury day, in the whole lottery, yields a high ; Prize, independent of Six Capitals, which are floating, and liable tobe drawn on any day of drawing. The object of tins Lottery is to aid in the improvement or the internal Navigation of the State of the state lot Pennsylvania, and was authorized by the Legislature ex pressly for thatpurpo.se. It is for the interest of the citi zens of the state generally, and more particularly th< the City of Philadelphia, that it should suçcçod. it may be hoped, therefore, that all who feel friendly v> the Inflect of this lottery, will buy a ticket in the same, and such as should not be so fortunate as to draw prizes, will at least enjoy the satisfaction of having contributed their aid to to the advancement ufa ef st laudable undertaking. This Lottery wi:C commence drawing on or before the noth day of June next. » amibe continued three days in each week, 5001. umher» a day, until completed. The Prizes will be paid sixty days after the drawing is finished, subject to a deduction of is per cent. ; to secure the payment of which, a bond in the of one hundred thousand dollars is lodged with the secretary of the Commonwealth. Commissioners appointed by the Gov ernor to superintend the droving :— George Latimer, Esq. Isaac Wnr-el'. Esq. Thonm Leijiiit-. Esq. John Connelly, Esq. and Andrew Bayard. Esq. Tickets Halves Quarters St 75 Eighths FOR SALE AT 87* 3 50 ALLENS Lucky Lottery Ofllces, No. 2, S. Third street, Philadelphia. et, Baltimore.' No. 15s, Market No. 122, Broadway, New York. No. 440 , S. Market street, Albany. ST" Orders (post paid) to either of S.& .'»/. ALl.E-X'S Ojjices, will be promptly attended to. May 3—ly Bu the President op the United States. WHT.RRAS % by the frst section of an act of Congress, passed on the 31 st day of March , 1808, entitled " An act concerning the sale of the lands of the United States and for other purposesthe Pre sident of the United States is authorised to cause certain public lands to be offeredfor sale : Wherefore, I Jamf>s Monroe, President of the United States, in conformity with the said act , and other acts of Congress, providing for the sale and disposal of the lands of the United States south of Tennessee, do her < by declare and make known that public, sales, for the disposal , agreeably to law, of the Jfublic Lands : n the district east of Pearl river, bounded on the 1 vest by Chickasaxohay river, on the stmth by the parallel ofthe 3 ist degree of north latitude , on the east by the Mobile and Tombigby rivers , and on the north by the Creeks, Santabogue and Bogue Homo, (the one Jailing into the Tom * big by and the other into the Chitkasu-whay ri vers) which have been surveyed and returned to the Register 0 / the Land Office at St. Stephens, which have not been disposed of, or exceptedfrom sale by law, shall be held at St. Stephens, ßnt Monday of July next, awl etmtiuutt till the saitl Kinds h ive been offered for sale. Given under my hand the eighth daycf Mareh % one thousand eight hundred and seventeen. James Monroe. ' 1 By the President , Josiaii Mf.ICS, Commissioner of the General Larul Office . March inwiiyuw Department of War. Additional Accountant's Office } September 27, 1816. " IT having been made the duty of th : s office by law, to adjust and settle all accounts in the War Department, which remained unsettled at the conclusion of the late war, and are now un settled—It is hereby made known to the offi cers of the late army, who have public accounts to settle, and to such non-commissioned officers and privates discharged, who have arrearages of pay due them, that,, by foryvarding their pa pers to this office by mail, their accounts will be settled, and the balances remitt' \, without in curring any expense by th*» appointment of an agent to transact their business for them The heirs and representatives of decea?ed officers and soldiers of the late army are also informed* that, by forwarding their papers to this office for any arrears of pay due the deceased, the accounts will be adjusted, and the balances be remitted free of expense." The duties heretofe'e confided to the Addi tional Accountant having been assigned to this office, applications relative to the above notifica - tion will be addressed accordingly. Peter Hagner, Auditor. Treasury* Department, Third Auditor's Office. A266r Apprentices Wanted. Wanted, as Apprentices to the Printing husinesp, two Boys, between 14 and 16 years of age.