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ktvjare of counterfeited Five Dollar Bills of tie Bank of the United States, mid Twenty Dollar Bills of the Bank of North Amerha, feri'eitd of •Hihub have appeared in circulation •within a fezu days pajl; the] art a good ge neral imitation of the genuine Bill], but may be diftmgwjbei by the fofotuiße M A ft S. Five Dollar Bills of the Bank of the United States. ALL that have appeared have the letter F. for their Alphabetical Mark. The Texture of the Pap«r is thicker and whiter and it takes the ink more freely than the genuine paper. The O. in the word Company is finaller than theM- and other Irtrers ot' that word, l'o that a line extended from the top of the O, to touch the tap of the M would extend con siderably above the range of the whole word. In the word United the letters are narrow- I erand closer together than the reft of the bill • The i and fin the word promilat ace not 1 parallel, the yinclioing much more forward tjhan the i. The engraving is badly executed,the strokes of all the Letters are ftr6fcgtr and the device in the margin particularly ismuch coar(er and f appears darker thai) in the true bills. Some o| the counterfeits bear daie in l-gi—Where as the Bank was nbt ill Operation till Decem ber, and no five dollar bills were jflued in tfaat year. Twenty Dollar Bills of the Bank of North America. ALL that have appealed have the letter #. (or rheir alphabetical inark> ■ They are printed on a paper pcarfy fiitiilar to that ot the counterfeit Five Dollar Notes described ; the is beitei exe cuted, and thiy approach nearer to the ap pearance of the genuine bills. • The fine ruled lines through the word Ttuen -0) in the biidy of ;ihe bill, are 111 number thir teen in the genuine bills, and but twelve in the counterfeits. The wnidTompany is much tilfce the fame word in the Five Dollar B lis as described a bove, the o being less than them, and others following. Thqre is 110 stroke to the t in the word North whereas in the genuine bills the stroke is well defined. The letters ent in the word Twenty, to the left hand at tbe bottom, do noi come down to the line, but are so cut a£ to give an ii regular appearance to the word, the Pa s:id they go ilig below thein. Tbe Signature J Nixon, has the appear ance of being written with lamp black and oily and differs from the other inks nfed in pr.nting the bills and the cafliier's lignature. It is foppofed thelc lor get its were commuted in fonie ot the Southern States, as all the coun terfeits that have appeared, have cone from tnence, and two persons have been apprehend ed .'ill Virginia, on Ijafpicion ot being tbe Authors of 1 hem. The reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS will be paid to any Pertpn or Persons who lhall ' and prolecute tocohvi'Sion the several oliencifrs of ihe following defer tptions or -any of them, viz. 1 he person or ptrfons, who manufaflured the paper on which the Bills are primed. The perfen or peitons, who engraved the plat's. The printer or printers, si the bills. * vei j pcH"n who has afled as a pr.ncipal in ?n> o. iei way, in the counterfeiting and utter ing the /aid THOMAS WILUNG, Piefident of the B nk. United States* JOHN NIXON, President of thr 'Bank, ot North America. By order of the Committees of the Ref ptftive Boards. Philadelphia, March 28, 1794. dtf. Just Publiftied, In one tundfome volume, i2mo. Price 5s AND FOR S A!f£ BY ' JOHN ORMROD, At Franklin's Head, No. 4 1, Second Stre-l, AN ESSAY ON THE Natural Equality of Men, On the Rights that result from it, and 011 the Dutits which it imposes. Jo which a MEDAL war adjudged, by the Teylerian Society at Haarlem. CorreSed and Enlarged. By WILLIAM LAWRENCE BROWN D. D. Profefl,<jr of Moral Philosophy, and the Law ol Nature, and of Eccleliaftical Hifloiy • and Minister of the Enjlifc Church at ul trecht. Aliquid semper ad communem utilitatem af ferendum. _ Ciciro. The Firjl American Edition. grand principle of Equality, if right , Aly understood, is the only bafi's on which univerfafjufUce, sacred order, and perfect freedom, can be firmly built, and permanent ly!Tecured. The view of It exhibited in this eflay, at the fame time that it rrpreffes the uifolence of office, the tyranny ofpride, and tbe outrages of oppression ; confirms, i n (he most forcible manner, the necessity of subor dination, and the just demands of lawful au thority. So far indeed, from loosening the bands of society, that it maintains inviolate every natural and every civil diftinrtion, * more closely every fo v ial tie, unites in one harmonious and justly proportioned iyf tem, and brings men together on the even ground of the inherent rights of hutrtan na tnre, of reciprocal _obli tt ation, and of a com mon relation to the community. March 18. eodiwtu&ftf * 1 Samuel Coates, At bis Store, Ne. Bz, fvuth Front Jlrer, HATH FOR SALE, 94 Barrels New England Beef, 29 barrels liver o»i, 25 barrels Cider 92 boxes of Candles, pair qf n en'h leaiher (hoes 642 bushels of Barley A quantity of Tow Linen Ditto, of New-England Soal leather 40 bags of excellent Cotton 4 boxes of Chocolate 3000 wt. of Alfpice too cases of ih. belt Holland gin. April 1. *eoH2w Just Imported, In the Ship Edward, Capt. Crandon, fron St. Petersburg in Rufiia, And now landing at South-street Wharf, viz ■ BAR IRON, RUSSIA SHEETING, RAVEN'S DUCK, RUSSIA DUCK, HOG's BRISTLES. AND FOR SALE BY John Donnaldfon, No. 22, Walnut-street. 4,1794. diw/jtavftf JUST PTTBfISHED, AND .FOR 2>A 1 & BY M. Carey, No. 118>Higb-Jlreet, The PROMPTER; Commentary on Common Sitings and Subjects, which are full of Common Sense, the hejl fetife in the world, THIS little book IS written in a ftrle altogether novel, and is adopted to all capacities as well as to all claffcs of people, mcrchans, mc. chauics and farmers. Such a reputation has this work acquued, that it has passed thro three im pressions in .he eastern states, and many houfc holders deem it so ufelul as to purchafr a copv for every adult in their families .Pr ice s« February 4. drf Lately Publilhed. SOLD BY Thomas Dobfon, TWo. 41, South Second-Street: HE History of N t w-Hampfhite, from the > I P' f °° V "y ° f ,lu R "" P'fcataqua-by Je -1 Bel „ap, D. D. 3 Vols. Prtcc Board,, ■ I 4 1 2 Dollars. ' , | The forrtftcr, an American Fable, being a Sequel to the History of John Bull the Ctoihicr • I Pr «> 75 Cents. I Dilcourfe, intended to commemorate the I ot America by Chnftophir Culum- I bus; delivered at the -rcqttift ol it* Htlforical I Society tn Maffachufeets, Ofiober B ,J, ~Q 2 I being the complet.on of the Thnd Crn." ' I . " nieroorable event. To which are I i i i' u"' D,fferla "°n», connected with the I x» y the imc author Puce, «o Ccn;s - ■u;&f.r» ' Mordecai Lewis, Has for Sale at his Store, No. 2s, Dock■ I Street:— I A few Bales ot Ruffij Sheetings, I 4 , Barcelona Handkerchiefs in Boxes, bale of low-pnced Cotto,, Handkerchiefs, I A £ u aniity of Si uchong Tra, Hyson and I Tonkay, ditto. I Holland tin in Cases, I A Quamuy of Brimltonr, Wuh a Variety of other Goods. I Feb. ao. ' r I 1 —. JAMES LEACH, I R t^ PEC ur informs his friends and IV the public, That from the encouragement I he has received, from feveratrcfpeftable Gentle. "aPER m ° re .'oeblbat* i„ , ht " 1 r.K r y N£_a °d offe. hi. feivi, c , to I all thole Geiiticmen, who cin place confine I in him; and he assures thdfe who employ htm that thetr confidence (hail no, be but .t fhal! be hi, constant endeavor, to pay ' lh llrichfl attention to their best tnterefl, h ," gociations whatever. He has taken the Chamber w over Mr. Davrd Tovnfend, W, TiVs e of a2 p >;~r Vh " c I T , tS ' ° l aN kinds, are bought and (old • and Bufitiefs of all kinds, will be VESSEIi on .. r " fona^ le 'cms. HOUSES and ; c onftantiy exposed for faie, on ; P' ov 'dence, and I v N 'v ß 'i V in Phihdeitkia nr I ' ew - °' k l has Hvftrrefs to Iran faff J Holten in Paper Xegowttons, he will be hafiM to bt ,m ployed en cmwj/ion. PP) f" 1 " 1 - . Boft on,_Jan. 24, i 79 4. mw&f.f TO BE^OLD; A large elegant House, and Lot of Ground, I 3n ■ e ' , ® ible f rtuation,_airo a Country Siat 1 wtth.n 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of Honre° r 42 acres ,and and meadtj he House is not exceeded by minv in of* the rit-v ;« r ,n VlCiiilty 01 the city, tn [ lze or convenience. 7 For terms apply to the printer. 2 3- m4th _ tf WAITED AN" APPRENTICE OW t>rintiflSßufifti6 ' Entire at this WHEREAS an alia* fubpotna has issued. out of the Supreme Court of this Com mon wc<> Ith, at ihe suit of \I a rcaaet Evans, f 9 up >u a petition preferred by th* said Marc*, ret } praying for a Divorce from the bonds of Matrimony, entered into with Robert Evans- This is to give notice to th<. fmd Rob t rt, thai he be and appear a the said Supreme Court, to be held at the City of Philadelphia on Monday the seventh day of April next, at the State-Houlc in the said City, to answer the matters alieaged in the laid petition. Wm. chapman, Sheriff ot Bucks County. Match 5, 1794. *i aw To Robert tvanq. 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He continues to make and repair at the Ihwteft notice, all Itintk of pleasure carriages, such as coaches, chariots, pbKTtms n-.rh and without crane necks, co-ac!iees Icliaifes,kitte reens, wiiidfor fulkeyi-i tl ehan s, and liarnefs of evary description, io the neatest and neueft Jttffiioh now prevailing in the United States. And is he lias a quantity of the best feaftned wood by him, ard capital wo-kmcn, he has not the least doubt but lie will be able to give fatisfaSion to those who pleale to enip.loT mm He has for faie, several carriages aimofl finilhed, foch as coachees, au Italian Windsor chair, hung on steel a light for one or two horses, aud a (iilfcey with a falli-vr top. Carriages fold on Commission. _Phijidt-lpli:a, Jan. 6, i 794 tf&YfcJiu IjNFORM A T I O N ~ is Requested By the Edi or, of a Ms. William Kil'on, a Brick Layer, who went tiom New-Englard and was at Philadelphia rft Aujuit, .-fti since which time nothing has been heard of hun—Great relief s\ in be afforded to.fcis aged pareuts aud fiiends, by any u; reliance con cerning him—as they are leai ul ib&t he Ims fallen in the late general calaiuitv. March 22. Henry Rape State of Mar_vi.u.cl. ** . v ' /'High Court <'i Chanceiv. > Maid. sth. i 7g4 I and V I Basil Ga.ther -f Hie Complainant states I in 111] b II that the Weli-mlaaitj l;< pjnmiD Gai- I ther and Basil G.ii.her were feizcd in fee as I. tenants in common gj a n- a ft oi j an j p re _ derick Count*, called Haintoond's Strife I that fc- ng so feiled, Basil executed a pouer ' . i *. u,r, *. v to Beirjnmm aurboi-izirg bun to I tell bis, the said Bsfii's uitcnell in the fad land, that aftcwaids the (aid Henjamin fold I the laid iand toa certain William Gaithcr for I thc conn.isration of lix hundred pounds whith I fiuce paid, that the said William hath afligned to rhe Complainant Heurv Kane I r ' Ki J:,ti cx ecutid by the said Bei iao'iin for I the conveyance ot tie fa d lantf : The Oom- I I" 1 " further ilaies (a.jj so appears I °f ' v an f c l«or) that the defetiaauts are non-rcficfeuts of the (fate of Maryland, and J he. sfore out of the reach of the procels of I tfm court. I the Coiup aiuant procure a copv of this or de, to be iuferted ln the uewfpa'pe. of I and Sal 1 van, and in the-UniretfState;; atleaft three weeks fuccelJively, before (he twt-.t. tli day of May o< *t ;to the intent dwc the Defendants and ell others who r , av " es' mlvV " reiV " i " teU ' fte " the MfW* es, may have notice to appear in this court on or before the third Tucftfey i„ Sepu.nhe? | next, tv flww o au , fi wl K tefore a i. t , w^,oui(l not pafsfu, theComplßinanr^c^. I piete legal title to the land aforefaid. I l'eft, I SAMUEL HARVEY HOWARD I March ,8. ReS ' CUI ' Con ' I — tuth£r»3w Stock Brokers Office I TUIES bf' ,n " ftrect > New-York. ' t t^vTußc^v; himfe,f STOCKS orv CO h SALE or f-r his ferviccsts hi!ij lc " e lo of lineola Stock Broker "Thore 11 " 8 ''" ' he to favor him With their ™° r % who "»y p'cafe upon having iV tranfafi h 1 m3y dc P e " d lity and dispatch W " h ' he U,moft fide o.h?; d ;": r Xunt^ p,m ' Bofton ' I atiendiad to. LEONARD BLEECKEr'^ Fridav the ntkday of April next ° f Jtbn Th °" lfon > in Perth: The Proprietary House and lot of land, THBHqP t IN that CITY. H i-ot contains elcvtn acres, on which is an orchard-os gwfled apple fees, a well of excellent water, a large Hone cistern, and a veiy commodious liable and coach-house, and a great Quantity of tire bcft building ft o ics in the walls or Uie house, which was formerly built for the nrfidenoe of the Governors of New-Jersey. The Situation x)f this Lot is so well known for it? healthiness and beautiful profpeft of the Rariton "vec to the weft ol the bay, and Sandy-Hoojc to the e<ift, thai a further delcription is unnecessary The conditions of sale will be, one third of the purchase money (o be paid on the firlt day of May next, when a good and Cufficient Deed will be given to the puiehafer, by Walter Ru. t««rpurd, Esq. President of the Board of Proprietors ot the Eafteirn Division of New. Jetfey, ana the remaimog two thirds fcti,f»ao - faeured i/i equal annual payments. Ey .order ol the Board, Penh A k J AMES P ARKER, Rcgifler. rtrth-Amby, February, .^c^. PHILADELPHIA : p «y JOHN filnno, n 0 4, I South Fourtk-Street.