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By the President of the U. S.
WHEREAS by an Act of Congress, passed on the 3d day of Mardi, 1815, entitled " An act t provide for the as certaining and surveying of the boundary lines fixed by the Treaty with the Creek Indians and other purposes," the presi dent of the Uyited States is authorized to cause the Lands acquired by the said Treaty to be offered for sale when sur veyed. and whereas the following town ships have been surveyed, in the district of Alabama, in the Mississippi Territory, to wit : a of be ter for on Townships 11 and 12 in range 13. 10, 11 and 12 9, 10, 11 and 12 9, 10, 12 and 13 13, 14, 15, tfi and 17 .. 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 13, 14, 15 and 16 13, 14, 15 and 16 14 . 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. , 20 . Therefore, I,-JAMES MONROE. President of the United Stales, in con formity with the said act, do hereby de clare and make known, that public sales for the disposal (agreeably to law! of the Lands above described, shall he held at Milledgtville, in the State of Georgia, on the first Monday in August next, and shall remain open for three weeks and no longer the sales to commence with the township first above named, and proceed in the order in which they are named. Given tinder my hand at the C.'ityo! Washington, the twenty fourth day of May, 1817, lly the President. (Signed) James Monroe. JOS! AH MEIGS, Com. of the General Land Office. Cry Tlie printerr. of Newspapers that publish the Laws ot the United S'ates, will insert the above six times, and send their accounts to John Taylor, Est] Receiver of Public Monies for the District of ilabama, at MiiledgeviUe, Georgia May 31—6t of of ly Coj>per and Copper Ware. G. <%• F. HARLEY, NO COPPER9MI1HS, .Vo. 05. S. Front-street. Philadelphia, Have constantly on hand-of their own manu facture, STILLS , From 20 to 140 gallons, f .u;tr.'.'!e for fruit dis tÜla^top ; Still* of 1(»0 to any size upwards, to* Grain. Hum and Turpentine distillation, with i Brew copper and pewter worms; Sugar an cr's Boiler., »-latter's plank and emoting Ivc-t tie«, ' Vasl- Kettles, Sauce Pans, l ea Keities, Cop, cr and Brass Preserving Kettles, Grocer Pumps, Cranes and Measures, made in super stile. tides repaired in the above line ter anc. Lead, Ail orders thankfully received, and punctual* All Old B i -'TP bong ht u.d ly ci.a.d to. Sheathing Copper, Nails, Bolts, Spikes, &.c. JLSO. An assortment of BULLS, fitting for Churches, Plantations am-Bcau, ta c. onable tenns. or lour Apprentices to sriic, C" W\NTKC the » 1 ... 'll, xy 8 100 REWARD. R A N A W A Y fr im 1 he s'. il er, on Sauir. day lasyil.c 17th inst, u negro men. PKTKR, - veil About 28 y< art of i fetr S <• ü - a v' un pioiialoo -J..CX on, -».e-.-« when he we». r vy cloth nh h gingham out.sklv hade h coat, datk furred hat, and took hc»! h !ti fiot new ci the» clothes, such i H jackets, and summe versts. BE IS'FKTÎ, About 23 years ot age, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches li gh, mi.hF .jg b ack, is a brother to Peter, hart old brown broad i velvet pantaloons, and old rr«.ut an old hue hat, 8c took such clothes as Haters. Mil be paid to any who brb gs them home, or secures them s I cun get them again, or fifty dollars for of them. will 1» In: 'iv, an cloth c-. a* drab hr.»:*. h Will, The above reward person hat eii he i William Burton, Lewes Town. 24 -3t Sli,.RIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Vend. Exp. to rected, will be exposed io public :;ale, ut the house of David Briutm, Wilmington. inChr s tiona hunctr d. on Wcdnc-day the 11th day ot June next, at II o'clock, A. M the f , i<>wing described property, situate in the Borough of Wilmington, to wit : A Lot of Land and a four High street, bounded by property of W iliam Larkin, Ri beth Yarnell, and others, containing by compu tation one fourth of an acre, be .he same more less. Seized and taken in execution as the property of William Woodcock, and to be sold by Francis Haughoy, sheriff. New Castle, May 2b, 1817 di story Brick House, f Dug Notice. IF WILLIAM GRAY, the of the late J unesGray, formerly of Somerleas, Eng. should ■ppiy the subscriber, he ill hear of some y much to his advantage IV. F. Van Amringe, 243, Front street, N York thing May 31 Horse-bills neatly executed AT THIS OFFICE. > -'V By the Présider; States • .et WHEREAS by an act en viding tor the sale of the Ira lower rapids of Sandusky rivei 27th day of April, 1816, it was the lands in the said tract, exce, lions made in the said act, should *. sale to the highest bidder, at Wooster, inch« state of Ohio, under the direction cf the Register of the Land Office, and the receiver of public monies at Wooster, and on such day or days, shah, by a public proclamation of the President of the United States, be 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," passed the 27th day of April, 1816, it was enact ed that all the lands contained in the said tract, except the reservations and exceptions made i>. the said act, should be offered for bale to the highest bidder, at Wooster, in the state of Ohio, under the direction ot the Register of the Land Office, and the Receiver of public monies at Wooster, and on such day pr days as shall 1>; a public proclamation of the President of th« United States be designated for that purpose Wheheforl, l, James Monroe, President of the United States, in conformity with the provisions of the acts before recited, do hereb; declare and make known that the lauds anthori sed to be oe sold by the first mentioned act, shah be offered for sale to the highest bidder, at Woos ter in the state of Ohio, on the first Monday in July next, and continue open for seven days and longer ; and that the lands authorised to l»v sold by the last mentioned act. shull be offered for sale to the highest bidder at the same place, on the third Tuesday in July next, and contins open for seven days and no longer. Given under my hand, this loth day of April, 1817. (Signed) the /•it. hr mild, may &c. . t for fevers, had one three ges those his bl« . . A A of ens the Bi ingr cions, James Monroe. By the President, J. MEIGS, Commissioner of the General Land Office, April 26— gums FOR SALE , JÎ Tract of Land. IN Cecil county, hid. situate on one of the brandies North East River, about two and a hall miles from Navi, cion, containing one hundred and dxty acres ; one huiulr of winch being well timbered, the remainder arable. .« ;ove premises an eligible situation for a Mill, F Di$wrlery,« 1 *c. The contiguity of the ah ation renders it weil worth the noth. I ire-wood i r öliip timber for Lire Haiti ,:s there «fte, on the p iteoak trees. Flier itlier n bring of A i Ik , tory, petty person dcaltn arket. of valuable w dwelling, kiu >>».■■, ■/«,■ >■ * situation is healthy, with i.e hou: Samuel M.iiiett, Em| ly dccca ed. •e tin ; .l' i lx uses, a greatn s also a comfortab! ssary builuingr, I li xccilcnt water . »petty uljoins lands of ■d aim. Mr. simp-on, Innkeeper, late S'l-e payments will be made easy, to wit: me third will ! Ti.iqufrc ol'Vhè ïïfti"* ! ' NO in hand, the re l fWi' "'ODcrsccurity. Josiuli L. hoard, . Near Warwick, Cecil County, Md. : July 29—tf . 1 Mills for Sale. cates FOR sale a Grist and Saw Mill, jituated a: the h> ad ot the Bohemia river, Cecil couniy, Maryland, are in excellent order ; th* (irist Mill having been thorough y repaired the last r.ix months, and furnished with m-w burrs. The building is of Wrick—there is a house, g«r den, and several acres of laud attached to the them the premi es. Aiso, a Saw M 11, situated on Broad Creek, having a lot and dwelling attached io it. dam nas lately been furusihed with new gates, and is in excellent condition, dation laid fur a Grist which it would be an advantageous situation — For terms, apply at this Office. Tin e is a loun Fulling Mill, for JWilmington, Del. April 16—tf .s t .t A CLERK WANTED. A stcaily yoiuip; mmi, Wi'll recoin memk'i), wliowril.es a 8>o«n! liaud, w >! receive immediate employment, in applying to J. T. Fairlamh, Survcyoi' ami Conveyam-cr, WilniinAon. May 21—31 uf iJelawîii'e. r A Gram/ Stale* Com f J Jeûneur r /•Icut it, .1 he he id at the i of the Grac Gt Hu h of Wi!ininyttm t on Tut lay ! he t loch A. r the Buruit iv of June next at tc being the Anniversary uf St. John ti:t Baft at The subordinate Ledges are reijucstid to attend t> their représentât ires. . By order f •lahnotli, jt'ti. SDCt'ry. Neva Castle , May 10.* A. D. 1817. A. L. 5817 H forth A*. IV Grand Master f Of 840 ACR.-.S i Of OF Valuable Laiul lor Salt:. The subscrilier offers to sell at private sale, his very valuable tract of Laud, si tuate in l'eiicadtr hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, adjoining lands of Abraham Short, Dr. John T. Re»s, and others, on the public road leading from Newark to Middletown. This tract con tains about 34o acres, about 80 of which are cleared, part being under clover and a great deal of excellant meadow may easily be made—there is a never failing stream of water running through the premises arid near to the present im provements which consist of a small log house, kitchen, &c. About 260 acres of this tract are woodland, and from its contiguity to Bohemia Manor, where wood is scarce, and within a quarter' of a mile of a Saw Mill, renders it an ob ject worthy attention. From the large proportion of woodland, it might eligibly be divided into three or more lots, so as to accommodate purchasers—and from the situation of the stream of water and the sqrrouuding neighborhood, it is con sidered that it would be an excellent place for either a Tannery or Distillery. Application to be made either to Mr. John Ilerdman, Newark, who will give every further information, or to the sub scriber in Mill Creek hundred, near Lon don-Tract Meeting House. Samuel Rowell. the s ot of di m late May 21—3t jUABTÆ MEDICINES. ME proprietor of Lee*« original Family Medicines, res tfujly *afornis his triends and th«i public in general, that • continues carefully to prepare the above well established Medicines at his Dispensary, N'o. 63* Hanover str more, where they are j*Jw.iys to be had wholesale .et ail. 7 ul Those who purchase to sell again will be treated ost liberal . #*# Elegant Show Bills turnhhed gratis. Lee'» Antibilious Mis. the The operation of .hese highly esteemed Pills is perfectly mild, and the experience of thousands has proved, the) may be used in every situation in life without the least in convenience. They arc admirably adapted to carry off »uperfluous bile, &c. &c. or foul LEE'S Worm Destroying Lozenges. The proprietor has now the pleasure of stating that the following case came under his immediate observation: HU little daughter, about s years old, appeared very . t to lose her flesh, <10 particular cause could be u for her thus pining away, she was at length take ' ' fevers, which, with other symptoms led him to bHi^le she had worms; lie gave her a dose of Lee*., Lozenge., which brought away, incredible as It may appear,? worms, the one fifteen and the other thirteen in« lies in length, e three fourths of an inch round ; lit* ha-, given the L 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 see thun will be gratified by calling at his Dispensary. bl« ■'i ,■ ii is Lee's Eli x ir A sovereign remedy i i c-Als, asthmas, A single trial will p of the fluids to iitr ti ithful p e coughs, catarhs, •ti throats. appr-u.cl'im c It u it 1 nil's he determination «.) . ami brii-gs on the di.lod.es of til ens the 1' cngcli rhus sir kin«: at ii -f I' : ■ lui b the of c the di/wuler. f fectually and permanently c tiqut-i UU and ing, the LEG'S Sovereign Itch F;it nenl, iv, i ha ti 7 'E « rifii; Bi application, free fror y pernicious . vet eific.r ingr ediert. This cions, that it may delicate pregtunt ladf, rial table reined) is o 11 rsed with the utmost the ety, on a child of .» week old. in an LEG'8 Genuine IV r an Lotion. ThoPcrshu Lotion opera; delicately soft and smooth , LM • mildly, rendering the skin hpioving tire complexion. ÜK ' Restorative Tooth Foivder. This excellent pri iurati gums ami preserves tr.c enamel Ir engthensthe comfort» and f decay. LEE'S (Genuine Eîssenev OP MUST.!.. by mg \\tract A safe ami effectual remedy f«.r Acute Chronic Klien Rheumatic- Gout, Til.- y , .sprains, ßrui»es, NccL, . H. I. i lie ny ages and the tes rly peri 'y of the lx dlcal praetit d in ascribing to Must .cTfdl amt agi P ! 's INDIAN VEGETABLE bPECIFIC, for the Vene LEE'S Grand Restorative cf Nervous con - ii ,ls, •jJlcJÄ« Iisive experience, to be a truly . ' IMViI.Ulil .. s EYE WA FER : or«)!-»,, warranted to c ire. . l-.iCHF. DRtrP.S. »DYNE ELIXIR, for the cure offica« t Nr LAS FER. .»ALVE. Li 1 Ell is cates and i- « Medicines , but id be the many Certifi ée tndv valuable fn ab ■ Hr therefor il .i pc<t fully prufler to 1 hey arc sold by them a 'I hisappoi. and dhceniinj nrs- 3) ary Eu< kcrinnn, Late Matthew R* 1 Who ban just received a fresh To detect t the outside wrapper the signature.f |)iib!ic. I Wilmington. baltim. t\. lW>l) f> c each article h. iterfeit». ' NO.UI KIDGELY. Late A lie tm, i L, c 12 Co. ?*larch 22—tf of TO KibYk', The Store Wharf AT the Southeasterly tm,ol Market ./o Fhc Wharf h".s been iu. ( , SO A -.fiord oinvciiient Is the fro . rie Dock biriii. l. •de, and a large an .s also .act t slip, for .t sew here atr. by 11 « li e .1 .'r. * .. : .-ill • vl . Fur tern , appi> John Patterson. d Jan 16— uS-.iawtt 5 o Held? A T \ UV in L>> • " Fluck Red Lion hun * V .•- ul S;.nuie! Crow, deceased- In u. quire of Francis diai' of the minor children of said S. Crow . Huughey, Gt •tf V S1KLM1KN BUDDY, W iliiiiDKtotU Del. li frirn» the public that he has at his shop, corner of Mark i and Third Streets, Saddles and Bridles i ; I lui. ; Luach, Gig, Stage, Cart, and Waggon llaruci. , Of e-'er; Trunks Of a t sizes and every quality—all of which ht will sell low for CASH. Also, Bridle-Bills and Stirrups, Plated and common, lower than can be obtained elsewhere. Feb. 12— if Fhiladeljihiii is Baltimore LINE OF STEAM-BOA l & STAGES, By way oi WILMINGTON & EI.KTON. Every , Monday , It t dues lay & Friday. THE Steam Boat SUPERIOR, Captain Milner, will Itw e the fir*> w.iarf above Mar ket street, PHILADELPHIA, at 3 o'clock, m the afternoon, on the aforesaid days for Bal timore. The Steam Boat NEW-JERSEY, 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 Wilming ton and Elkton. The SUPERIOR will leave Wilming ton every day for Philadelphia, (Sundays 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—tI) ex Notice is hereby given, That the books for receiving subscriptions the Brick Meeting-House and Rock Hun Tur.r pike road, will be opened on the sixteenth day of June next, at llock-run Brick Meeting-House, and Dizard's Inn. By order of the Commissioners. to May ir. St. Robert Porter , BOOKSELLER, Respectfully informs the Public, that lie has just received from LFl>b -PA ThN V MEDICINE STORE 46 Maiden , New York, A FRESH SUPPLE Of the following genuine Medicines: 1. Hamilton's Worm Destroying Dozen* ge». Which luvc cured an immense number of persons of both sexes, of every age, and in every situation, of various dan nw complaints arising from Worms, and from obstrue s or foulness inthestomarh-iiml bowels. This medicine hears no analogy whatever to others jut similar titles so commonly complained cf, as operating with violence; on the contrary, a particular excellence of this remedy is its being suited to every age arid constitution, it aina nothing but what is perfectly innocent, and is so mild in its operation that it cannot injure the most delicate pregnant lady, or the tenderest infant of a week old, should no worms exist in the body ; but will, without pains or griping,cleanse the stomach and bowels, of whatever i foul or offensive, and thereby prevent the production ol worms, and many fatal disordeers. The ozenge» arc party cnlarly efficnciou* in carrying off all gross humorsand crop lions, feverish and bilious complaints, and are the safest and mildest purgative that can be used on any occasion. gcro DESCRIPTION OF WORMS, Anti the symptoms by which llieij art mown : s which in fest the human body, .The Teres, or large round small inain-wonn ; the Cucurbitnia, or short, flat, white ; and lastly, the Taenia or tape w is resemblance to tape. This is often many yards long, and full of joints. It is most hurtful and most difficult to re chieflv of four *.e Ascarides, W m; til , sr called fr< uong the symptoms attending worms are...disa cath, especially in the morning; bad and c( ; iichingintheno.se, and about the « jreealile irrupted misions, b at; UU epileptic- fits, and ome times privation of spe -ci» ; starting and grinding of the teeth in sleep; irregular appetite, «ometime.sloathing food, and sometimes voracious; purg ing, with slimy and foetid stools ; vwniting ; large and hard belly ; pains and sickness at ihe stomach ; pains in the head and thighs, with lowness of spirits ; slow fever, with 'land irregular pnlv.*; * dry cough; excessive thirst; time pale and unhealthy countenance, vnd sometimes the face bloated and flushed. ist to 42 S to of be of to of the above symptoms,should have immediaterecoursedo Hamilton's Worm Destroying Lo/enges, which have been constanly attended with success in all complainr< similar to those above described. A dose of tins medicine given occasionally during the warm season, will effectually prevent " the vomiting and purging of children...a dreadful disorder, which annually destroy» thousands ot' the infant part of our citizens. It 0 the mildest and most certain rented) known, and stored to health and strength a great number when in an advanced stage of this fatalcompUint. Particular and plain instructions arc given for every part of the necessarj such cases. Children generally take this medicine with eagerness; having a pleasing appearance, and an agreeable taste. Hillin': .inti-bilious Pills. ons aimeted with ' ÜK ' Pi b treat P' The operation of these pills is perfectly mild, ,s used by persons in every t>llu;nion, and of ever age. They are excellently adapted to carry off a' .Superfluous hilf, and prevent it» morbid secretions ; to • ;store ami a mend the appetite; to produce a free respiration, and there by prevent colds, which afce often of fatal c A«lo»e never fails to remove a cold, if take; pcarancc. They are celebrated for removing habitual c tiveness, sickness at the stomach, and severe head and ought to he taken by all person» on a change of climate They have been foyml remarkably dficacioiis i mg anil curing disorders attc-ulaut on long should he procured and carefully preserved for to he sequences its first ap voyages, and : by every ! Hamilton's Essence & Extract of Mustard. • ■ A safe and effectual remedy for rheumatisms, gout, palsy, sprains and bruises, white nwdling-., old strain«, and relaxa tions, numbness and weakness of cite neck, pain» of the side, head ache, swelled faces, fro/.en limbs, and every similar daint. It prevents chilblains, nr chopped hands, and the ill effects of getting wet or damp in the feet. T <• genuine Ptriinn Lotion. the fashionable through mineral iplcs, tetter», ringworm», ««ml ian Lotion operates miUHv, natural insensible perspiration, yet it.-, eifects are speed v and perm, delicately soft and smooth, and impt Restorative Powder for and Gums. Europe, «.nt and safe, free » «»f other lo ing blemish t. of animator) redness, prickicy hear, dc. bout impeding the essential tu health, stiderhig the akin is an invaluable cosjll': fn corrosive and repel of unparalleled tire face and skin, frccklei I lie Ht «hi.il Lite complexion. the Teeth Th!. exctllcin preparation comforts ami .trcnprliem the ' -b!.«n, • " «6'.7«1'UW,C, ...vor fall» to at. ilumilion's Grand Bestnvative, cdicine for the of the various complaint» juvenile indiserctluri':, to the constitution, the f tea, frequent ir.toxication, or any other (te.-iructlvt intemperance, the unskilf.il or excessive use of inert ury, t!;c di-case» j eeuliarto female» at a certain period of lire, hau lyings in,&. , ifawiilan's Elixir. invaluable ended as Is ! v relief and perm virent 1 ull-.iig from dissipated pica" unfnvorahl lln od iglis, asthmas, Celebrated for the cure of colds, obstin and approaching consumptions, and a the whooping cough« HaimGenuine Eye Water. on remedy for all —... f natural weakness or of accident. rta.iu remedy for ses of the cvea wheth the clfect< TooUi-Jiche Drops. The a"'»' jut utscovered d nu ratUn- relief In the most h ^ivesj immediate In. lien CURED. Lee's thill ment j, r the Heb, Warranted an infallible remedy at one application, may ' used with perfect safety on infant» awetk old, not con taining a particle of mercury or any dangerous Ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that »mart which attends the application of oilier re L Hifullible Ague & Fever inops, For the cure of ague», remittent, and intermittent fever». Halm's true and genuine German Corn Phiister. i ntinu . N. B. At the place of sal«?*» : place of sal«?*»ami>lilcts may be had gratis, cur«» performed by the above inediclncKt the number, importance and rcsprctablllty of width, fully ju» tify veery article uf the advcrtisvineut. Jan. 8—if describing IN'OTIC E. All persons indebted to the estate of 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 F orrester. Clara Forrester. April 30—lot. Adm'xs. Bar crain ■for Cash. D TO he sold, at private sale, about 30 acres of Land, (four or five of which is woodland) lying on the Wilmington and Gap 1 urnpike Road, bounded by lands of Moses Montgomery and Thomas Brackin—there is on said premises a good Stone dwelling house, with excellent water near the door—the house is suitable for two fa milies. It is an eligible sstuaticn for a Tavern. For terms—apply to Jacob H. Grcijjr. OÖ May 14—tf N. B A Taylor, Shoemaker Blacksmith, would meet with good encouragement in the vicinity of said property. SAWMILL FOR SALE . The Subscriber offers for sale a new Savv-Mili in complete order and in full operation, on St 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 Bouldeu, Esq. near the premises, or to day to Morgan Jones, Wilmington, Ud, Dec. 16—tf r JAOJO ! 'jPMfZHS] ffO to , / \AJÆHNS\ rSsO.GOO 25,000 15, OOOj ill State of Pennsylvania. INTERNAL NAVIGATION LOTTERY. FOURTH CLASS! S. ALLEN, .ManAcer. SCIÏËME. I'll.'".. I 1 OCO 0 is 20000 STATIONARY FRIZES. Firs# drawn No. ist clay, Do. do. 4th do. Do. do. 7th do. Do. do. ioth do. Do. do. nth do. Do. do. ioth do. Do. do asth do. do. aotli Uo Do. do. 3'th do. Do. do. 40th DO. d0. 4 Stil CO. 2,00k* do. sotli do. Do. do. jsth do. Do. do. doth do. 2 Q!« 306 » 13000 - 10 CC 0 5000 - r 4000 - KOGO - IlOCO 700 - 3 S 0 C 0 — - IOOOO 50 - I0COO • 7000 « - aaooo 2,003 I.C1« ICO ,CT I, OCX 1, Gl<' 1,000 Do. .350 i coo TICKETS. i« .. Not i blanks ist dr; to be entitled to eight dollars each. a prize 4000 blanks s, ,C/ÜÙ The last drawn numbers on the nth, 12th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 10th, 21st,nd, 23d, 24th, 2Ath, 27th, abtp. 30th, 31st, 33d, 33d, 34th, 36th, ;7tli, 38th, 30th, 41st, 42 d, 43d, 40th, 47th, 4«tll, 40 th, 5 ist, 53 d, 53d, 54th, S6t-I, S 7 tll, 58th, 5 9 th, ölst, Ö2d, 63d, 64th, 65th, 06 th, 07th, öfith, ôyth and 70th days drrwing, will each be entitled ?» ONE HUNDRED TPCKETSin this Lottery ; commencing with number 30001 and proceeding in regular succession to number 35,000. The above Scheme of the Fourth Class ot the State Lot tery, is reiptc tfully offered to the public, under the im pression that it will not only be acceptable, but attractive, or almost everyday, in the whole lottcrv, yield, a high dependent of Six Capitals, w hich are floating, anil be drawn on any day of drawing. The object of this Lottery is to aid in the improvement of the internal Navigation of tlv: State of the s Pennsylvania, and was authorized by the Legislature ex !y for that purpose, it is lor the interest of the dti oftlie state generally, and more particularly those of the City of PhiUuclplrk, that it should succcod. it may be hoped, therefore, that all who feci friendly to tire boiect of this lottery, will buy a ticket in the same, and such at ••liould not be so fortunate as to draw prizes, will at least enjoy the satisfaction of having contributed their aid to to the advancement of a Pi b ■' lof V P' it laudable undertaking. This Lottery will commence drawing on or bij'orc the 30th day of Jane next, and be continued three days in each day, until completed. 'The Prizes will be paid sixty day* after the drawing Is finished, buhjett to a deduction of r; u secure the payment of which, a bond in tin: hundred thousand dollars is lodged with the secretary of the Commonwealth. Commissioners appointed by Ihr Gov ernor to superintend the drowing .-— George Lnliiner, Esq. Isaac Worrell, Esq. Thomas Leiper, Esq. Joint Connelly, Esq. and Andrew Bayard, Esij. ek, ! Il i Of Tickets Halves Quarters Si 7;* 87! t-7 :> 50 Eighths FOR SALE AT ALLEA*# ottcry Offices J > r, S. Third street, Fhüadvlphw. 158, Market snvet, Baltimore. 121, Broadway, New York. No. 449, s. Market street, Albany. * Nil. No. f?/° Orders (post paid) to either of & M. ALLEN'S OJjiees, will be promptly attended to. May 3—l y s. \\ ilmingtou Lf Lancaster STAGES. THROUGH IN A DAY. The Stages commence runnin on Monday the l9th inst. THIS line will leave D Brinton's, Wilming ton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6, A. M. Breakfast at Stephen Greenfields, time at Henry f. Slaymaker's, and arrive at Samuel Slaymaker's, in Lancaster, at 4 P. M. It will leave Lancaster every Tuesday, Thur;. day, and Saturday, at 6, A. M. Breakfast at Mr. Henry F. Slaymaker's, dine at Mr S. Green field's, and arrive at Wilmington at 4 p M. Stage fare through g4 All way passengers 10 cents per mile. 1501b». baggage eijuai passenger. All freight and baggage at the risk of the owner. N I). Brintou & Co. May 14—4t Patent l'longhs FOR SALE. of THE subscriber has on hand, and intends keeping a constant supply of Castings and Ploughs, of the best quality and-of different sons and sizes, left and right hand, from g 10,50, up to S20, according to the size and quality. And I tlo hereby notify and forewarn all persons in the -»täte of Delaware from making, using, or selling any of Peacock's Patent Ploughs, only such as may have been purchased of me, or by my order. It is wished that FarmeV-s may be cautious about going over of the line to get Pa tent Ploughs, as they may expect to be brought to truuble and cost if they do, as the aibscriher intends selling, and offers for sale, Patent Rights in different parts of the state, so that there wi>i be a sufficient supply. N B. Three or four hands wanted immediate ly at the Plough making business, two black smiths and two in wood. of a David Dickinson, Wilmington, Front street, opposite the Black Horse Inn. March 12—law3m CASH Will be given, by the subscriber, for old Stqve- or other soft cast iron plates , if delivered at tLe Fimn. der y lately occupied'ey G. Hodgson and Brothers, the Brandywine, oi at Mr. -i— HadJjcTs Nail Factory, near Christiana Bridge , Wilmington. Thomas Skidmore, Rockford. by, March 5— if Church Notice. The Protestant Episcopalians of the State Delaware are informed, that the Annual Meet ing of the Convention of this Diocese, will be held in the Town of Milford, on Saturday the 7th of June next. Win. Wickes , Secretary of the Convention. May 10—