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THE DELAWARE GAZETTE. VOL. I.] WILMINGTON, SA TURDAY, JULY 22 , 1809. [NO. 5. Printed and Published On Wednesdays and Saturdays , BY JOSEPH JONES, In Market street, a few doors above the Bank of Delaware. CONDITIONS. i. The Delaware Gazette shall be published every Wednesday and Saturday, on a large folio sheet. II. The price shall be tour doll, exclusive of postage, payable half-yearly in advance» III. No subscription will be received for a shorter period than one year. IV. Subscribers shall have the right of discontinuing their subscription at the end of a year from the time of their subscribing, by paying what may be due, and giving notice of their intention. V. Advertisements, not exceeding sixteen lines, will be inserted four times for one dollar, and for every subsequent insertion twenty cents—longer ones in the same proportion ; but a reasonable discount will be made in favor of those who advertise by the year, half-year, or quarter. VI. All articles of a personal or private nature will be charged as advertisements, and must be* paid for before insertion. VII. Advertisements, notices, &c. of all religious and charitable institutions, within the state of De laware, shall be conspicuously inserted gratis. The postage must be paid on all letters and communications addressed to the Editor, through the medium of the Post-Office, or they will not be re ceived. per annum, fust Published , By C.& A. CONRAD & Q». Philadelphia, (& subscriptions received by Peter Brynberg, Wilmington,) The American Register, Or General Repository ot History, Politics ami Sci Part second for 1803. Vol. XV. (Price Three Dollars Twenty Five Cents ) f |1HIS volume contains a general history of 1 the state of Europe, during the interval between the peace of Tilsit and the attack of the French emperor on Spain— Officiai papeis relative to the evacuation of Portugal by the French army—Foreign and American state pa An account of the Red River and coun ence pers try adjacent—An account of Louisiana at the time of its transfer to the United States—Cen sus of Louisiana—Census of West Florida— Census of Upper Louisiana—Centos of New Orleans—Catalogue of publications for 1808. Account wf the proceedings of the society of Friends, for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indians—Letters concerning the fortifications erecting at New York, &c. &c. Si c. The American Register is published half yearly, was commenced in 18O7, and the de mand having been so great for it, that are but few complete sets to be had, the publishers would therefore prefer new subsciibeis cjm mencing with this 4th vol. (as they are now sttiking oft'an additional number) which would be no disadvantage, each volume being com plete in itself. The price of each volume will be demanded on delivery ; and the subscribers are at liberty to dec'ine at any time. Also, for sale by P. B. the works of Fisher Ames, compiled by a number of his friends, to which ai e prefixed" notices of his life and charac ter. Published at Boston. YVilm ngton, Ju'y 8, 1809, To the Public . HE subscriber respectfully informs his friends ar.d the public that he has purchased the whole stock and trade late of the firm of John Es? IVm . Patterson , sad dlers, and removed to the west side of Market street a few doors below Third street, where he continues to carry on the above mentioned business in all it various branches, and has constantly for sale a large and elegant assortment of articles in his line, which he will dipose of on the most reason able terms. T ' William Patterson. Q3° Wanted, as apprentices to the above business, one or two active boys, of from 14 to 16 years of age. ap 22 3m John Dixon AVING succeeded Warners if Tor bert in the grocery business, at the lately occupied by them on Market wharf ; offers for sale on the most H stores street moderate terms,for cash or the usual credit, A Geltend Assortment of Groceries. And hopes by a strict attention to busi ness, to merit a share of the public patron : Sge. The Packet, Sloop Hope, Capt. Milner, with good accommodations for passengers, will ply between this Town 8t Philadelphia as usual—all freight sent by eaid packet will be carefully attended, to. Wilmington, July 8, 1809. NOTICE. HAT the subscriber hath obtained from the orphan's court of Cœcil county in Maryland, letters of adminis tration on the personal estate of Abner Kirk, late of Ccecil county, deceased. All persons having daims against the said de ceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at or before the 19th day of the first month, 1810, otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of the said Given under mv hand. WILLIAM "KIRK, Adm'r. Wilmington, June 24, 1809. T estate. Miller Wanted. A YOUNG MAN of steady habits, her, attentive, honest, industrious and compleatiy master of his business—To such a one a liberal salary will be given.— Apply to the editor. Wilmington, June 24-, 1809. GRAND LODGE OF DELAWARE. A T an election, held on the 24lh day of June last, the following Grand Officers for the present year, were duly elected. Jesse Green , Esq. Right Worshipful Grand Master. The Hon. James Booth , Esq. Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master. John Patterson , Right Worshipful S. G. Warden. Willard Hall, Esq. Right Worshipful J. G. Warden. Edward Roche , Esq. Right Worsh'pful Grand Secretary. Isaac Stevensort. Esq. Right Worshipful Grand Treasurer. John Sellars , Right Worshipful Grand Marshal. DavidRobnet , Grand Tyler. Published bv order of the Grand Lodge ÉDW. ROCHE, G. Sec'ry Wilmington, July 8, 1809. so James Gardner, R ESPECTFULLYinforms his friends and the public that he has removed his store to the east side of Market-street, one door above Spackman & Grubbs, (near ly opposite the post-office) where he has opened a large assortment of elegant Dry Goods among which are, Blue,black,brown,drab, Marseilles quiltings corbeau, bottle green, Fustians and jeans grey, and dark mixed I-ute strings superfine cloths Sinshaw and Mantau Carssimcres silks Silk & york tan gloves Bandanna and Madras handkerchiefs Cammel's hair shawls Checkered and striped linens Damask shawls Russia & dowlas linens Ratlincts &bombazetts Red & green booking baize Brown hullands Suspenders Umbrellas & parasols Black satins and flo rentines Cotton and worsted ho- Scissors & pen-knives Silk hose Gilt & plated buttons Oil cloths Trunks Morocco & kid shoes, &c. &c. N. B. Country Store Keepers supplied on the lowest terms for cash or the usual credit. James Gardner. Ben net s patent cord Coatir. Forest cloths Velvets and constitution cords Bevereens 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens blue & yeilow nankeens Wide and narrow cotton r,d flannels cassuneres Chintzes and callicoes Cambrick and common dimities Calimancoes Durant and Jones' spin mng siery Colored,chambray,cam brick, jackanet, mull mull, India, British, book,gurrah,bafta, & leno Muslins Wilmington, March ?>, tSO.-i. tf Notice. UCH persons as are indebted to the es S täte ôf ESTHER YARNALL, de ceased, either by bond, note, or book-debt, are requested to make immediate payment John Warner and John Torbert, oreith of them> who are legally authorised to receive the same. And those who have claims against said estate are requested to present them for settlement. William Warner, Ex'r. to er tf Feb. 11, 1809. NOTICE. A LL persons having any demands a gain'st the estate of John Garrett, 1 ate of Christiana Hundred, deceased, are re quested to bring them forward, properly attested, for settlement ; and those indebt ed are hereby required to make immediate payment, to LEVI GARRETT, or HORATIO G. GARRETT, January 7, 1809. \ E x'rs. 6 mo. Patent Washing Machines. T HE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has, some time ago, purchased an exclusive right ol making and vending Patent Washing Mach; throughout the hundreds of Brandywine and Christiana, in New-Castle county, a number of which machines he has already made, which have been tried by divers persons ar.d highly ap proved of, as they save a great part of the labour of washing in the usual way, and arc less injuri ous to clothes. He w.'.i continue to make and have a supply of them on hand, which he will sell on reasonanie terms to such as favour him with their custom ; and son a right to make ; the hundreds aforesaid. Wilmington, Jan. 21,1 800. tits ill also sell to any per nil use them within the ABRAM G EST. tf (BY AUTHORITY.) Scheme of a Lottery , For raising a sum of Money Eor discharging the Debts due from the (Effiilmington College, And for repairing the said College. 1 Prize of 5000 dollars is 3000 .. 5000 3000 1500 1 3 500 l 400 400 1 350 350 l 300 300 250 l 250 200 I 200 150 1 150 100 5 500 . 650 13 50. 20 20 400 100 10 . 1000 .10300 2060 5 220;) Prizes. g 24000 6000 Tickets at-8 4 each, Less than two blanks to a prize. There will be twenty (lavs drawing of 300 tickets eaach day, ami part of the above prizes to be disposed of as follows, viz. The last drawn ticket on the 2ml day's draw ing whether blank or prize, The last The last The last The last The last The last 24000 50 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 5th 100 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Plizes paid thirty days after the drawing shrill be completed, subject to a deduction of fifteen per centum; but if not demanded in twelve months after the said term, will be considered as relinquished for the benefit of the institution. The following gentlemen are appointed muna 7th 150 9th 200 11th 13th 1 ath 17 th 191.I1 20th 250 300 350 400 The last The last The last 500 5000 gers... John Rarnsey, Dr. E. A. Smith, Dr. Geo. Monroe, Dr. John Btinkle Aaron Paulson, William Hemphill, Daniel Lowber, Thomas Duff. It is believed that the above scheme presents to the adventurer as fair prospects for success as anv heretofore offered the public. When the trustees take into consideration the laudable object for which the benefit of this lot tery is intended, they flatter themselves, with canfidence, that a liberal public will enable them to effect the drawing in a very short time. pCp Tickets may be had of the trustees, and such persons as they may appoint. February 4, 1 tf LEE's Genuine, Patent and Family MEDICINES. PREPARED BY Richard Lee & Son, SOLE PROPRIETORS. Observe ■—the following Medicines are sold By Mathew R, Lockerntan Bookseller , Next above the Bank of Delaware, arket Street, Wilmington, Delaware. Each article has on the outside wrapper the signature of Richard Lee £9° Son. Persons not attending to the above instruc tions, are liable to be imposed upon. The proprietors think it necessary to mind the public, that these medicines have been for several years prepared by them— the good effects of which are authenticated by some of our most respectable citizens ; re and without attending to the place of sale a*s above and our signature, the purchaser may be disappointed by receding no benefit—i.ot having the genuine medicines of Richard Lee Sr Sou. Lee's Worm destroying Lozenges, fins medicine is superior id any ever of fered to the public, being innocent and mild, certain and efficacious in Should its operations no worms exist in the body, it will without pain or griping, dense the stomach tnd bowels of whatever is foul or offensive and thereby prevent the productions of worms and many fatal disorders. In order that the heads of families may be able tojudge of the complaints of children, whether they originate from worms or nor, will describe the s.ymptonsby which means t will be easily known. we SYMPTOMS, Itching of the nofe and anus ; hunger with ravenous appetite ; naufea ; knawing pain in tile ftomach orinteftines ; foetid breath ; grind ing of the teeth and moaning Jn sleep; in termitting weak pulfe, and hectic fever : fainr ings; and fometimes couvulfion fits ; paleness ; wasting of the fiesh ; but there are feveral kinds of worms ; Itclfng about the anus witit tcnefmusare signs of ascarides, or small thread womrs. Sudden gripings about the navel de note the common round worm. Gnawing pains inthe stomach, and voraciousnefs, the maw worms. And a weight in the belly, like the rolling of a ball, the taenia, or tape werm. For the prevention and rare of billions and malig nant fivers is recommended. Lee's Anti-Billions Tills. Prepared by Richard Lee and Son Br/tilnOre. Perfons wifliing to purcr.afe this valuable medicine are reqvefted to be paaticular in en qu r ngfor Lee's Anti-Billion s Ptlls, put up In wooden boxes, having on the outfide wrapper the fignature ofRichard Lee & Son—this is necefsary as there are other pills of the fame name. •rite operation ofthefe pills is perfectly mild fo as to be used with safety by perl'ons in every fituation, and of every age. They have been found remarkablv efficacious in preventing and curing diforders attendant on long voyages, and should be procured and carefully preserved for ufe by every seaman Lee's Elixar, A cetaln remedy fur cold, coughs, asthmas,, and particnlaiJy the whooping cough, fo de structive to children. Lee's Essence of Mustard, So well known for the cure of rheumatifm, gout, palfcy, sprains, &c. Lee's Grand Restorative, Proved by long experience to be unequalled In the cure of nervou: disorders, consumptions, iownefs of spit its, inward weaknefses, etc. Lee's Sovereign Ointrcent for the Itch, Which is warranted an infallible remedy by one application. Ague and Fever Drops, For the cure of Agues, remittent and inter mittent Fevers. as to Persian Lotion Celebrated for the Cure of Ring worms, Tet ters, &c. , 0 Lees Genuine Eye-Water, An effectual remedy for ail difeafes of the eyes. Tooth-Ache Drops, which give immediate relief./ Lees Corn-Plaister. Damask Lip-Salve, Restorative Powder. For the teeth and gums. The Anodyne Elixir, For the cure of every kind of Head-Aclie. Indian VedegetabJe Specific, For the cure of Veneral Complaints. Lee's Laxitive Pills. Each and every Medicine above enumera ted have got their direction« deferibing their mode of ule in the molt perfect manner. October 15. A Valuable Farm I 710R PRIVATE SALE, situated eight . miles noith West of Wilmington, in Ken tmt township, Chester county, formerly the property of Cal b Hoops, deceased; containing about 150 acres of excellent land, under goad repair. Payments will be made easy to the pur chaser. For further particulars, apply to the subscriber in Wilmington. Wm. Gibbons., Wilmington, June ?, IS09.