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To be Sold ot Public Vendue,
On Friday the iithday of April next,
at the house of John < TbmiJon y in Perth*
The Proprietary House
r T~ , HE Lot cbrttarns elefui a£>» s orV which is
1 an o'chard of g»ahtd apple t»er«, a well of
excellriVt water, a laigr store c stern, and a very
ftahh ahd coach-hoafr, and « great
qoau'tsv of the best htu-lding ft«»nes in the walls
o' the houf»-v whith was fmmerly built lor the
lefi.tenfcc of the Governors of Ncw-Jr rfcy. The
fiiu•>( ior. of this lot is f;> well known !or its
heai'hin-.-fs and tcauiful p»ofpc£t of .he Rari'On
rivet to the vvtft of the bav, and Sandy-Hook to
the c.ift, thai a fhither diTcription is u'nn ceffjry.
The conditions of fair will V, one third of the
ptire.hafo money 'o be paid on the fivft day of
May next, when a good and foflieirnt Deed will
b< givert to the poichafcr, by Waltrr RU
THiRFUiD, Esq. Pic fid em of Ihe Boaid of
Proprietor of the E'.iftf'rn' DivYfirm of New-
Jfifev, and tfce remaining two thvdfi fati*fa&o
nly secured in rqtnl annual payment*.
By ordtr of the Hoard.
JAMF.S PARKER, Regiftcr.
Perth-Ambey. Tibruary 5, 1 794. inwzm
R ESPF.CTFUI.LV informs his friends and
ihe public, That from the encouragement
he halleceWcA, ff«»ni fe'vfffl u'fpefteblc Gentle
mrn, he is indnted oncf more, to 1 mbark in the
I'APhR LlNE—artd wfnild off<*!iis ftivicei'to
all thofc GentU m 11, who can place confidence
»n hiw'i and h allures those who employ him,
that th< i» confidence shall not be mitplaced;—
Km it shall be his constant endeavor, ro pay the
ftn&vft attention to their bell interell, in all ne*
gociat ions whatever. He has taken the Chamber,
in State-Street, Mr. David /obinfend. Watch
Make.'* Shop. Where PUBLIC SECURI
TIES. ol all kinds* art bought and fold; and
■wh'eic*Coimniftion Bufnu f* of all kiwis, will be
tranf $ed ofi rfrafohaMe Urttft. HOUSES and
VFSSFI S wilf be tonilanlly ekpofed lor fak, on
* t * CasH ptifi for Sakm, PVovideftee, and
Potrlnwuih BlLl S.
N. B If any GenTtjt M«rt ih PhitaddphU, o r
JVew-Yorl. has any I'njinijy to ttntifatl at Rojlen*
in Paper" N<-oooitio*>s, hi will be happy to be gm
plo\eti on comm'/fion.
H"ftoTv, Jan. 24, if 94.
War Department.
January 3Olh 1794.
INFORMATION is hneby given to alUthe
military invalids of the United States,that the
sums to which they are entitled for fix month*
of their annua,] petition, from the fourth day of
September 1793, and which will become due
on •he sth day of March 1794, on
the (aid day by the ComYrt: (nonets of the Loans
wiihm the dates rcfpe&ively, under the usual re-
Application# of executors and administrators
mutt he accompani«d'with legal evidence of
their refpedive officii, andalfo of thetimc the
invalids died, whose peofirm they may claim.
By command of thePrcftd.ni
of the United State*,
Sectrtary oj War.
(£3" The printers in the refpc&ive states are
requeued to publish the ab >vc 1 h their newfpfc-
rs tor the Ipace of iwo mom hi.
Januaty 30,
M. Carey, No. 118, High-Jlreet,
CommentAnr on Common Sating* and
Subjects, which are full of Common
Sense, the bejl sense in the world,
r "I~" , HIS little book is written in a stile altogether
1 novel, and is adapted to all capacities, as
well as to all clafTcs of people, merchans, me
chanics and farmers. Such a reputation has this
woi It acquired, that it h*s paCTed thro three im
prcflions in the eastern dates, and many houle.
holders deem it so ufetul as to purchase a copy
for everv adult in theii families. -—Price as.
February 4. dtf
Notice is hereby given,
THAT the fubferiber has been duly ap
pointed Administratrix on the eft ate of
Ws Excellency John Hancock, Esq. late of
Boston, in the county of Suffolk, decealed, and
has taken upon herfelf that trust, by giving
bonds as the law difeft*—and all persons in.
terefted, are desired to take notice accord
Bolton, Nov. 13, 1793.
Take Notice.
ALL persons who have any demands against
Ihe Estate of his late Excellency JOHN
HANCOCK, Esq. deceased, are requested to
exhibit the fame to rhe Subfbtiher, Attorney
to the Adminiftratri* of fa id Estate : And all
pfcrfonl who (land indebted to said Estate, are
requeued to fetrle with him immediately J as the
AJft of Limitation of Altions, which is to take
place on the firft day of December next, will
otherAvife render it neceflary for him 10 com
mence fairs again ft tftem.
JOSEPH MAY, Attorney
to the Administratrix.
Boston, Nov. 13, 1793.
N. B The Printer* throughout tftis Com
iffnnwealrtifAre requcHed to insert this in their
retyeftive and forward their ae
•oufltvfbr tbc Bime r to J, M
In the various branches of Literature, im
ported by thf lad arrivals from Europe,
for Sale at very reai'onable prices, by
James Kennedy,
No. 26, Spruce* between Front iff id Streets^
Aniorg which are the following :
CHAMBf\RS v S Dr&ionary oi Atta and Sci
ences, 5 Vols/ Folio.
H nry'i Bible and Commentary, 6 Vols. Folio.
UfltocH.il Hiftdry, ? Vo'i Folio.
ChufrhUPs Colledl.onol Voyage*, l 6 Vols. Folio.
Pallidums Archfteduie, best hdmou, »VoU.
Foho in one.
Raptn's History of England, with Tindal'scon
tinuation, g Vols, Folio.
Hunt's Hi (lory of ditio. wuh StnoHet'* ditto.
14 Vols. o£U*o.
Ma I ion 's complete Treatise of Perfpcftive, »
Vols, in one.
B>ucc's Travels, Lotion F.ditrcm, 5 Vols. 4to.
Clavigero's Hiftoty of Mexico, s do. do.
Robertfon's Hiftoty of America, a do. do.
Mbchurin's Newton's Philosophy, 4m.
Harmony of the Gdfpels, do..
Lowman on the Revelations, do.
Lockc on the Epistles, do.
Led wick's Antiquities of Ireland, do.
Whitehntft's Theory of the Earth, do.
Gl-fs's Account of the Canary Islands, do.
The Anhonl Rtgifter, from its Commencement
to 1791, inclwfive, 34 Vols.
N'iebuhr's Voyage to Arabia, 1 Veils, Oilavo.
Binram's Travds thro' the Southern States.
Some of tht vety lateft'and best Cotlc&ions of
Voyages and Travel*.
Ocvicrs Livetof the Kowin Etnpcrort 10 Vol*.
L'Amiquiic expliqnfcc par B. Montlaucon, 15
Anpqui.&d'Egypte paT Norden.
Di&ionuaiie Hiftorique o Tom.
Tin at re'de Voltaire eleg. relic, 9 Tom.
Hiftoire Romnn par Itollin, 16 Tom
Oeuvres dr Boileau,de Molten, 3cc. with many
others equally good. A Catalogue of wKich
may be seen a! the place of Saie.
He has also for Safe,
An excellent Hadley'i Quadrant.
A few Acfomati- Pocket Pfcrfpe&ive GlafTej.
A Camera ObfCura.
A capital German Flute, with 6 Keys, and ad
ditional joints.
And a few elegant colour'd" Piints.
Feb. 28
George Bringhurft,.
Hi Mulberry (Afch) between Foorth and Fifth
Streets, adjoining the Epifcojtal burying
TAKES this opportunity of returning his
grateful thanks to hts former employers,
and requ<?fting their future favors, as well as
thofeof the public in general.
He continues to make and repair at tht
Ihorteft notice, all kinds of pleasure carriages,
Aach as coaches, chariots, phastons with and
without crane necks, coachees, chaises, kitte
reens, windl'of fulkeys and chairs, and harness
of every defcrijnion, in the neatest and newest
fa (hi on now prevailing in the United States.
And as he has a quantity of the heft seasoned
wood by him, and capital workmen, he has
not the least doubt but he will be able to give
fatisfaftion to tho'e whopleafe to employ him.
He has for sale, fever a) carriages alinoft
finilhed, such as an Italian wind for
chair, hung on steel fpringv a light phecton for
one or two horses, and a fulkey with a falling
Carriages fold on Commission.
Philadelphia, Jan. 6, 1794 ni&tgm
In the House of Reprcfentattves,
DECLMIKK tift, 1793.
WHEREAS the Commissioners of public
Accounts, have reported, that they can
not proceed to the investigation of the Treasury
Accounts, refpefting fprcial Indent, without
knowing the out (landing amount thereof in cir
•ulation :—Tbcrcforc,
Refolocd, That all holder! of fpectal Indents
be directed, and required, on or before the firft
day of November n-x<, to deliver the fprcial In
dents in their pofftflion to one or other of the
Commifltonert of the Treasury, who are to give
receipts for the fame, and to report to the Com*
miflioners on public accounts, on or before the
tenth day of November next, the amount by
thera refpeftively received, and also to the Le.
g.flature, at their meeting in November next.
And that all fpeciat Indents not rendered into
the Treasury as above, on ®r before the firft day
of November next, (hall be, and the fame are
hereby barred.
Xejo/ved, That public notice of this resolution
fee given j n the fevers I Gazettes in rhis State,
once every three weeks, until the firft day of
November nent. And that the Delegates®f this
State in the Congress of the United States, be re
quested to cause this relolution to be publiftied
in one or more papers in the cities of Philadel
phia and New-York, and that provision will be
made for the cxpencea attending such publica
Ordered, That the resolution be sent to the
Senate for their concurrence.
By order of the Hoiffe,
In the SENATE,
DXCKMIKR *1(1,1793.
Fejolved, That this House do concur with the
House of Representatives in the foregoing refu
Ordered, That the resolutions be sent to the
House ot Representatives.
By order of the Senate,
rtLIX WARLfcY, Cltrk.
An Eflay on Slavery:
Deigned to exhibit in a new point ol view,
iis effe&s on morals, indujlry, and the peace of
ockt\. Some la£U and calculation! arc ofiered
to prove* the labor of Jieeneii to be much more
produffivt than that ol fives ; that countries are
rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the
laboring people enjoy the fruits of their own
labor ; and hence the ncctlFdry eonclufion, that
(lavcry is impolitic as well as unjvjl.
Price Cents.
February 15,
Stock Brokers Office,
No. 16, Will-It reel, New-York.
THE Subscriber intending to confine himfclf
entirely to the PURCHASE & SALE or
STOCKS on COMMISSION, begs leave to of
r his ferviccsto 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 tranfafted with the utrooil fide
lity and dispatch.
Orders from Philadelphia, Boflon, or any
other part of the United State;, will be llrilUy
attended to. LEONARD BLEECKER.
Philadelphia, February 13,1794.
For printing by Subscription,
A Work, to be entitled,
Peunfylvania State Trials.
want of fufficient information of the
1. (late trials of Gieai-Britain in the early
periods of that government is now lamented :
Hi herto there ha>h been but one trial in the
state of Pennsylvania on impeachment :—ar.d
here also it :* to be regretted, that, being neg
lected at the time, the public are now left with
out fufficient information on the fubjeft of that
trial, u it however in this work designed to ref
cliefwhat can be colle&ed thereof from fourcea
of indifputaple authority, f 0 that the fame ihall
be prcferved from oblivion.
Anoiher impeachment and the second ir now
depending. An officer it charged by the late
Honfe of Representatives, who hath for many
years been largely confided in by this state, and
hath long been at the head of the financial de
partment of the fa mt, and it imports the citi
zens 10 know hitconduft, and the circumstances
which may be brought forward on his trial.
*4 tfo P.
lathis work the Editor will be careful to
state the fa£ta, as they may be brought forward,
and to lay all the evidence and papers before
the public.—With thia view—
7he following Terms are refpcfifully
submitted to the Public :
I. The Work ihall be printed in o&avo, with a
good type, on fine paper, and delivered to
fubferibera at the refpeflive places where the
fub'criptions are taken in, as soon as the woik
(hall he compleated.
11. As no eonjeflure can well be made, as to
the length of the prcfent trial, the fire of the
volume cannot be ascertained at this time
But the price (ball not exceed that of fomeof
the lfteft publication* in this city.
111. It will contain all the preliminaries and in
cidental cfrcunaftancea that may occur during
the trial of John Nicholfon, Esquire, Comp
troller-General of this commonwealth, with
the arguments ofcounfel o» both fides, together
with the articlca of impeachment, and the
pleas and replications at large, the several re
solutions of the two branches of the state Le
gislature, refpe&ine this impeachment, and
the final decifien of the SENATE refpe&ing
that officer.
To which will be prefixed, as much as can be
colle&ed from authentic documents, of the im
peachment, trial, and aequitai of the late Francis
Hopkinfon. Esquire, Judre of the Court of
Admiralty for the state of Prnnfylvania, 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
Bai.'ey, No. 116, High-Areet ; Wrigley and Ber
riman, No. 149, Chefnut-ftreet, and by the dif
ferent booksellers in thi« city; Jacob Bailey,
Lancaster ; Yu«dt and Baltimore, and
by the Editor.
N. B. The price will be enhanced to non
fubfcribers. Feb. tB. taw tf
Fifty Dollars Reward.
ON the 31ft of lad month, the fuhfcribrr ad
d reded a letter to MefFrs. Thomas PearfaU
& Son, merchants in Ncw-Yoik, and iuclofed
therein a bank note, No. 445, for twenty dol
lars ; one ditto, No. 151, tor thirty dollars;
and one ditto. No. 3,866, for twenty dollars.
—He also addr«fled a letter to Mr. Gilbert
Saltonjlall, merchant in New-Yotic, inclosing a
bank bill, No. 148, for fifty dollars, indorsed
on ihe back thereof in theft- words—'• Pa} ihe
within to Mr. Gilbert Saltonjlall—Fbcn. Hunting
fair.''—He also addressed a letter to Messrs. White
& WardeU s meichant* in New-Yo'k, and inclo
sed a bank bill for ten dollars, and a draft in fa
vor of said White & War dell, which letters were
put in the Poft-Oflfice on said 31ft January, to
be forwarded to New-York : But by letters re
ceived from the Gentlemen to whom they were
severally addressed, the money was robbed
from each letter before delivery.
The Public are requeued to endeavor a dej
tedion of the Villains who committed the aho v
robbery. The bill indorsed, I think was a York
bank bill, and fotne others, one or more was
of the United Sta'es bank, remitted at Philadel*
phia. Any person difcoveiing the Thief, and
returning the Money, (hall be entitled to fifty
dollars reward.
Norwich, 14th Feb. 1794. jw^taw
One Hundred Dollars,
IS hereby offered by the Pcefrdent and Direc.
tors of the Bank of the United States, to any
peiTon who (hall, on or before the fit ft d«y of
May next, produce to them such a plan and ele
vation of a Btnking House, as (hall be approved
of by them.—-A plain, yet handTottie Iront it
d'fiied : The whole building is to be fubftantia)
and commodious with as much space around it,
as the Cue of the gtound will admif.
The Lot on which the building is to be erefl
ed, is situated on the weft fide of Third-street,
between Chefuut and Walnut-streets in Phila
delphia ; and its dimensions are no feci oa
Third-street, *nd about too feet westward.
k 'P 3W.
Scheme of a Lottery,
To raise 39,900 Dollars, on 266,000
Dollars, deduSing 15 per Cent, from
the Prizes—this Lottery conjijls of
38,000 Tickets, in •which there are
14,539 Prizes and 23,461 Blanks,
being about one and an half Blanks to a
THE Directors of the Society for establishing
Ufef»l Manufactures, having resolved to
ere£t LOTTERIES for railing Oni Hundrid
Thousand Dol l ar s, agreeably to an A£l of
the Lrgiflature of the State of New-Jersey, have
appointed the following persons to superintend
and direst the drawing of the fame, viz. Nicho-'
las Low, Rufus King, Herman Le Roy, Jjanie*
Watson, Richard Harrifon, Abijah Hammond,
and Cornelius Ray,, of the city Of New-Yoik—
Thomas Willing, Joseph Ball, Matthew M'Con.
nel and Andrew Bayard, of the city of Phila
delphia—His Excrllency Richard Howeli, Esq.
Elias Boudinot, General Elias Dayton, Janvs
Parker, John Bayard, Do&or Lewis Donham,
Samuel W. Stockton, Joshua M. Wallace, Jbfepk-
Bloomficld, and Elifha Boudinot, of Nrw-Jer*-
fey, who offer the following Schcme of a Lot-
and pledge themselves to the public, that
they will take every aflurance and precaution iiv
their power to have the Monies paid by the
Managers, from time tt» time, as received, into
the Banks at New-Yorkand Philadelphia, to
remain for the purpofeof paying Priz s, which
shall be immediately discharged by a' check
upon one of the Banks.
v Ftitc of 20,000 Dollars is ao,co»
s ,000
a 00 0
J 4»539 *62,000
93,461 Blanks, F*rft drawn number, «,000
Laftdrawn number, *,000.
38,000 Tickets at 7 Dollar* each is 566,00*
The drawing will commence, under the in
fpe&ion of a Committee of the Superintendents*
as soon as the Tickets are fold,ot which timely
notice will be given.
The Superintendents have appointed John \ r .
Cumming, of Newaik, Jacob R. Hardenberg,
of New-Brunfwick, and Jonathan Rhea, of
Trenton, as immediate Managers thereof, who
have given ample security for difcbarging the
trust reposed in them.
In order 10 fecurethe pun&ual payment
of the Prizes, the Superintendantsof the Lottery
have dire&ed that the Manager! (Kail each enter
into bonds in 40,000 dollars, with four
fecuriii s, to perform their inftrufttons, the sub
stance of which ia
I. That whenever either of the Managers
(hall receive the sum of Three Hundred Dollai*,.
he (hall immdiately place the fame in one of the
Banks of New-York or Philadelphia, to the
cicdit of the Governor of the Society, and such
of the Superintendants as live in the cvty where
the oaonica are placed»to remain there until the
Lottery rs d rawn, for the payment of the Prizes.
11. The Manager* to take fufficient (ecurity
for any Ticketa they may trust, otherwise to be
rcfponfible for them.
111. To keep regular books of Tickets fold.
Monies received and paid into the Bank, ab
ftrafls of which shall be sent, monthly, to the
Governor of the Society.
Paterfon, January 1, 1794.
On application to etther of the above gentle,
men, information will be given where tickets
may be had.
February *4.
A large elegant House,
and Lot of Ground,
IN an eligible fituation,—alio a Conntry Seat
within 6 miles of tlie City, with 9 acres of
land, or 42 acres of iand and meadow, the
House is not exceeded by many in the vicinity
°f* the city, in size or convenience.
For terms apply to the printer.
January 23.
on which the Gazette of the United'
Sute« was lately printed. The Fount
will weigh about Three Hundred Pounds
The price is Twenty Cents per pound.
Enquire of the Edito*.
Piimt£J» BY JOHN FENNO, No. a.
South Fsurtk-Street.

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