RESPF.CTFUI.LY inforttu hit (rirndi «"d
the public, Th«t from the enrouragen»e*«
he hat icceived, from several refpeflable Gentle
men. he is indnccd onee more, tocmbaik iufhc
PAPF.R LlNE—and would offer his fir-vires <0
all thofc Gentlemen, who can place confidence
in him ; and h afTures those who employ lii'ii,
thai th' ir confidcjice Oiall not be mifplaee.'
but it shall be his conllant endeavor, to pay Hie
ftrilh ft attention to thnr heft interest, in all pe
cociltinni whatever. He has taken the Chamber,
in X'ate-Street, over Mr. David 1 own fend, Watch
Shop.——Where PUBLIC >>KCURI-
TlhS, of all kinds, are bought and fold ; and
wheif CoinmilTion Bufniefs of all kinds. will be
tranfrfted on reasonable terms. HOL'ShS and
VESSELS will be constantly expofrd lor laic, on
• • Cacti paid for Salein, Providence, and
Fori (mouth BILLS.
N. B. If any Gentleman in Philadelphia, or
Ken-York, has any Bujinefs to tranfaff at Hoflon,
ifi Pai>er Negotiations, he will be happy t» be em
ployed on commijfion.
Boston, Jan. 24, 1794.
To be Sold at Public Vendue,
On Friday the nth day of April next,
atthchoufe of 'John Thontfon> in Perth-
The Proprietary House
AND LOT OF LAND,
1N THAT CITY.
THE Lot contains eleven acief, on which is
an orchard of grafted apple t;ecs, a well of
ex eel I en', water, a large (lone c .Acini, and a very
commodious (table and coach-houfc, and a great
quantity of the baft building (tones in the walls
of the house, which was formerly built for the
refiHence of the Governors of New-Jtrfey. The
fttu;itior. of this Lot is so weli known lor us
heaiihmrfs and beautiful profpeft of the Rariton
river to the weft of the bav, and Sandy-Hook »o
the east, that a further defe. iption is unm ceflarv.
The conditions of fait will be, one third of the
purchase money <o be paid on the firft day of
May next, when a good and fufficicnt Deed will
be nven to the put chafer', by Waltsr Ru
therfurd, fcfq. Pi?fide«| of the Board of
Proprietors of the Eallern Division of New-
J..]'(cv, nnd the remaining two thirds faiisfa&o
nly fecurcd in equal annual payments.
By order of the Board,
JAMFS PARKER, Rrgifter.
Perth-Amboy, February 5, 1 794. sawcrti
January 3oth 1794.
INFORMATION is lieieuy given to all the
military invalids of the United States,that the
iums to which they areeuitled for fix months
of their annual penflon, fiom the fourih day of
September 1793, and which will become due
on Ihe sth da-y of March 1794, will be paid on
the said day by the C6mm>fl»oners of the Loans
wi'hin the states rclpe&ivcly, under the usual re
Applications of executors and administrators
niutt be accompanied with legal evidence of
their reC|K&v*e offices, and alio of the time the
invalids dfcd, whose penfmn they m*y claim.
By cunimatta «f thr PrVfld nt
of the Uwted Stairs,
Secretary of IVar.
(Pr The printers in she refptdive states are
rcqucftcd to publifo the abwcin iheir newfpa
prrs tor the space of iwo months.
AN'II ma SALf. BY
M. Carey, No. 118,Higb-Jireet,
Commentary on Common Sayings and
Subjects, which are full of Common
Sknsf., the bejifenfe in the world.
TH IS little book is written in a stile altogether
novel, and is adapted to all capacities, as
well as to all claffcs ot people, merchants, me
chanics and farmers. Such a reputation has this
woik acquired, that it h*s parted thro three itn
prcrtionsin the eailern states, and many houle
holders deem !t so ufeful as to purchase a copy
for every adult in theii families.——Price 2s.
February 4. M
Notice is hereby given,
the fubferiber has been duly ap-
X pointed Adminiflratrix on the estate of
his Excellency John Hancock, Esq. late of
Boston, in the county of Suffolk, deceased, and
has taken upon herlelf that trust, by giving
bonds as the law directs—and all persons in
tercfted, are defmd to take notice actord
Boston, Nov. 13, 1793.
ALL persons who have any demand* against
(he Eftat<- of his late Excellency JOHN
HANCOCK, Esq. deceased, are requested to
exhibit the fame to the Subscriber, Attorney
to the Administratrix of said Estate : And all
persons who stand indebted to said Estate, are
requeued to fettle with him immediately; as the
Ast of Limitation of Actions, which is to take
place on the firft day of December next, will
otherwise render it necefTary for him to com
mence suits against: them.
JOSEPH MAY, Attorney
to the Administratrix.
Boston, Nov. 13, 1793.
N. B The Printers throughout this Com
monwealth, are requested to insert this in their
re'fpeftive newspapers, and forward their ac
counts lor the fame, to J. M
NO R R I S-C OU R T,
Hack of the New Library, between Chefnut
Respectfully informs hit friends and
the public in general, that he continues
carrying on the hufineft of
Sign and Fire-Bucket Painting,
Likewise, JAPANNED PL ATES,
for doors or \vindow-iliutters,donfc in tiic tuoft
elegant manner, and with dispatch.
Orders from the country will be thankfully
received, and duly attended t*».
Decenibrr 30, dtf
From l*ondon, Dublin and Glasgo/t,
And now opening for 'ale, by
j4t No. 118, Market Jlreety
A Large and Valuable
COLLECTION OF BOOKS,
Among which are the following
NE W Annual Register for 1792
European Magazine for the firft fix
months of 1793
Gibbons decline and fall of the Roman Empire
Memoirs of the Manchester society, 3 vol*.
PrieftJy on matter and spirit
Disney's lite of Dr. Jortin
Kingville's ancient geography
D'Anoirs of Guy Joli
Memty,a collection of eflays
Varieof Pruflia's woi ks
Calm observer—by Mackintosh
Ruttell's ancient and modern Europe
Elegant extracts, superbly gilt
Elegant extra<sts of natural history
Sangnier and Briflon's vorage
Rochon's voyage to Madagascar
Townfend's travels in Spain
Taflb's Jerusalem delivered
SineMie's translation of Buffon
Berwick's hifloi y of quadrupeds
Hiltory of birds
Philips's history of inland navigation
Hooper's rational recreations
History of France, in 3 vols.
Curiosities of literature, 3 vols.
Whitaker's defence of queen Mary
Sheridan's dictionary, 2 vols.
Dow's history of Hindoftan
Sketches of the Hindoos
Key to polite literature.
I inlay's description of Kentucky
Pre fen t state of Nova-Scotia
Present state of Hud lon's Bay
Preston on masonry
Lavater on phyftognomy, abridged
Murphy's life of Dr. Johnson
Necker on executive power
Kifftfs of Secuirdus
Gallery of portraits
Volney's rnins of empire*
Vaillaint's travels, with superb engravings
Adair's history of American Indians
Benington on materialifin and immaterialifm
Berchold's advice to patriotic. travelers
Chandon's life of V oltaire
De Non's travels
Franklfri's life and works
Grozier's description of China
Murphy's translation of Tacitus
Godwrn on political justice
Gazetteer of France, 3 vols*
Helvetius on man
Kajmes's sketches of the history of man
Liberal opinion?, or the history of Benignus
Mawe's gardener's dictionary
Noble's memoirs of the Cromwell family
R.everies of solitude
Smith's theory of moral fentimenU
Stackhoufe's history of the bible
Watson's life Of Philip lid. & Illd.
Wonders of nature and art, 6 vols.
Wanley's wonders of the little world, called
WaJhs on the prevention of diseases
Moore's journal in France
Cox's travels into Denmark,RufGa,Poland,See.
Cox's travoJs into Switzerland
Rabant's hiftary of the French revolution
Life of Lord Chatham
Mallet's northern antiquities
Motherby's medical dictionary
Grigg's advice to females
Hamilton's outlines of the pra&ice of mid
Manning's pra&ice of physic
Cleghom's diseases of Minorca
Innes on the muscles
Armstrong on diseases of children
Ryan on the asthma r
Robertfon's treatise on fevers
Leake on the viscera
Leake on diseases of women
Gardiner on the animal economy
Lewis's Materia Medica
Fordyce on digestion
Withering on the fox glove
Lind On the diseases of heat
Monro on diseases of armies
London practice of physic
By MATHEW CAREY, No. 118,
An EfTay on Slavery:
Defigntid to exhibit in a new point of view,
its eife&s on morals, induflry % and the peace of
ocicty. Some fa&s and calculations are ottered
to prove the labor of freemen to be much more
productive than that ot Jlaves ; that countries air
rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring people enjoy the fruits of their own
labor ; and hence the mccflaiy conclusion, that
(lav«ry is impolitic as well as unjujl.
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, Wall-street, New-York
THE Subfciiber intending to confine himfelf
entirely to the PURCHASE & SALE of
STOCKS on COMMISSION, btgs leave to of
fir his Cervicesto his friends and others, in the
line ol a Stock Broker. Those who may please
to favor him with their business, may depend
upon having it tranfa&ed with the uimoft fide
lity and dispatch.
Orders from Philadelphia, Boston, or any
other part of the United States, will he ftri&ly
attended to. LEONARD BLEECKER.
Phi lade lphia, February 13, 1794.
For printing by Subscription,
A Work, to be entitled,
THE FIRST VOLUME OF
Petinfylvania State Trials.
THE want of luffidcnt information of the
state trials ot G»eai-Britain in the early
periods of that government is now lamented :
Hi herto there hail) been but one trial in the
state of Pennsylvania on impeachment :—and
herealfo it :s to be regretted, that, being neg
lected at the time, the public are now left with
out fufficient information on the fnbjedfc of that
trial, it is however in this work deftgned to ref
.cuefwhatcan be col left ed thereof from foutces
of indifputaple authority, f 0 that the fame shall
be preserved from oblivion.
Another impeachment and the second is now
depending. An officer is charged by the late
Honfc of Representatives, who hath for many
year® been largely confided in by this state, and
hath long b< en at the head of the financial de
partment of the fame, and it imports the citi
zens to know his conduct, and the circumstances
which may be brought forward on his trial.
lathis work the Editor will be careful to
state the fa&s, as they may be brought forward,
and to lay all the evidence and papers before
the public.—With this view—
The following Terms are refpeflfully
submitted to the Public :
I. The Work (hall be printed in o&avo, with a
good type, on fine paper, and delivered to
fubferibers at the refpeftive places where the
sub' riptions are taken in, as soon as the work
(hall be compleated.
11. As no eonje&ure can well be made, as to
the length as the present trial, the fir.e of the
volume cannot be ascertained at this time—
But the price ftiall not excced that of fomeof
the latest publications in this city.
111. It will contain all the preliminaries and in'
cidental circumstances that may occur durin*
the trial of John Nicholfon, Esquire, Comp
troller-General of this commonwealth, with
thearguments of counsel on both (ides, together
with the articles of impeachment, and the
pleas and replications at large, the several re
solutions of the two branches of the state Le
gislature, refpefting this impeachment, and
the final dectfion of the SENATE refpe&ing
To which will be prefixed, as much as can be
colle&ed from authentic documents, of the im
peachment, trial, and aequital of the late Francis
Hopkinfon, Esquire, Judge of the Court of
Admiralty for the state of Pinnfylvania, during
the late war, never before pnblifhed.
No money will be required before the deli
very of the book.
Subscriptions will be received by Francis
Bdiley, No. 116, High-street; Wrigley and Ber
riman, No. 149, Chefnuuftreet, and by the dif
ferent booksellers in this city; Jacob Bailey*
Lancaftcr ; Yundt and Paiton, Baltimore, and
by the Editor.
N. B. The price will be enhanced to non
fHbfcribers. Feb. 18. taw : f
City Commiflioners Office,
January 30, 1794.
IN pursuance of a Refolvt ot the Common
Council, dated the 20th day of January,
1794, for dividing the City into five Diftri&s,
by hnes drawn East and Weft, whereof each of
the City Commiflioners is to take the fuperin
tendance of one of the said Diftri&s, and to be
accountable lor the cleansing, good order and
regularity of the fame.
The Coinmiffioners have accordingly made
the following arrangement tor the prefer* :
DiJliiQ the xjt. Nathan Boys, to have the
charge of that part of the flreets, lanes and aileya
from Ccdar-ftreet, to the north fide of Spruce
DiJtriQ the td. Hugh Roberts, from thr north
fide of Spruce-ftrecl to the north fide of Walnut
Diflriß the 3d. Joseph Claypoole, from the
north fide of Walnut to the south tide of High
DiJlriS the 4M. William Moulder, frim the
north fide of High, to the north fide of Mulbttry
Dijlritl the sth. Nicholas Hicks, from the
north fide of Mulberty, to the rtonh fide of Vine
Extraßfrom the Minutes,
JOHN MEASE, CM.
N B. The carriage way in Market-street, is
under the charge ot ti»c Commilßoners generally,
for the prefrnt, the foot-ways on »br north and
south fides thereof, are connc&ed with tb* ad
joining Diftri&i rcfpedivcly.
In hogf»eads and in calea of bottles rath.
a l < o,
A few cases Champaigne Wine;
In pipes, hogsheads and quarter calks,
FOR SALE BY
No. tit, soultl FlOUla.ilCCi
Jan. a, 1794.
TO BE SOLD,
A large elegantHoufe,
and Lot of Ground,
IN an eligible situation,—also a Country Seat
within 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of
land, or 42 acres of land and meadow, the
House is not exceeded by many in the vicinity
iff the city, in fixe or convenience.
For terms apply to the printer.
TO BE SOLD,
THE Fount of LONG PRIMER
on which the Gazette of the United
States was lately printed. The Fount
will weigh about Three Hundred Pounds.
The price is Twenty Cents per pound.
Enquire of the Editor.
An AS for giving validity in this Island It
Probates to be taken, ly striata Officers
in the United States of America, of D'eds
to be there executed, and also to Exempli
fications of Wills there proved.
WHEREAS, since the reparation from the
crown of Great-Britain of the late co
lonies} now called the United States of Ame
rica, great inconveniences have arisen to many
of his Majesty's fubjefts occasionally refilling
in those States, for want of a lega! provilion
refpecHng the probates and acknowledgments
of deeds executed in the said States, and in
tended to operate in this island : For remedy
whereof, we, your Majesty's dutiful and lovil
fubjedts, the Lieutenant-Governor, Council,
and Afiembly of this your Maiefly's island of
Jamaica, humbly beseech your Majesty that
it may be enafled ; Be it therefore enacted,
and it is hereby ena&ed and ordained by the
authority of the fame, That, from and im
mediately after the palling of this acl, any
conveyance, letter of attorney, or other deed
whalfoever, which shall be hereafter executed
in any of the United States of America, and
(hall be proved by a fubl'cribing witness, or
acknowledged by the party or parties, before
any of his Majesty's Coniuls or Vice-Consult
residing in any of those Statue, or before the
Chief Justice of any of the said States, or be
fore the Chief Justice or any of the Judges of
the Supreme Court of the (aid United States,
and certified under the seal of any of the said
States, or the seal of the said United States,
shall be, and the fame is hereby declared to
be, as good and efl'e&ual in the law as if such
■conveyance, letter of attorney, or other deed,
had been refpeitively proved pi acknowledged
before a Judge of any court of record in this
island ; any law, custom, or usage, to the con
trary notwithstanding : —Provided always,
That in all cases wherein the right or properly
of any woman under coverture is intended
to be conveyed, (he (hall be examined separate
and apart from her husband, by the Judge
who attests the probate, and the said examina
tion (hall be certified in like manner & is prac*
tifed in Great-Britain or in this Island.
11. And be it further en»£led by the autho
rity aforefaid, That the probate'of any lift
will and testament, taken before any ciflierr
authorized to take probates of wills in any of
the said States, and exemplified under the
fcal of the State where such probate (hall have
been taken, (hall be, and the fame is hereby
declared to be, as good and effeilual in tire
law, as if such probate had been taken before
the ordinary of this island ; any law, cuiicm,
or usage, to the contrary in any wife notwith-
PaJJedthe AJfembly this tltb day of Novem
WILLIAM BLAKE, Speaker.
faffed the Council, this nth November, rjai.
G. ATKINSON, CI. Council.
I consent, this 6tb December, 1793.
Vera copia extur.
G. Atkiwson, See.
*„* The American Printers are requeued
to publish thisa<ft in their several newfpaperj.
Proposals having been publijhed lafl
autumn, for continuing the Gazette f tit
United States as an half weekly paper, in
conjunction v/ith a daily paper, frequent ap
plications (pojhge unpaid) are. made by per
fans at a dtflance for the former —but as the
terms proposed on lhat occcfton were not com
pried with, the plan if an half ■weel'y paper
is rtlinqui/hed. .
Cy As the Editor has repeatedly lee a
fubjeSed to pojlage on the Letters of persons,
• who have in that way applied to purcbafe
the Fount of Long Primer -which he Las
for fule —those who wish to buy thtfe types,
are informed that the price is twenty cents
per pound, cafb —to be paid at their delive
ry—the fount weighs about 250 ft,.
PmxTtD by JOHN FENNO, No. 3,
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