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EVENING AD V E R T I S E R. [No. 109 of Vol. V.] Saturday, April 19, 1794. [Whole No. 568.] For Amsterdam, —I The new fsft-failing, copper bottomed SHIP |gg| ADRIAN A, K. Fitepatrick, Master. BUII.T of live oak and cedar was in tended for a Liverpool Trader, will fail with • all (Convenient speed. For freight or passage, having excellent'accommodations, apply on board at Walnut ftreet-wharf, or to 7'HOS. W JOHN KETLAND. N. B. Pallengers will be landed in Eng land if required. March A, dtf For Norfolk & Fredericks burgh, LITTLE SALLY, John Earl, Master. A Haunch good velTel, will fail in a few days. For freight or p flage, to the matter en bosrd at Chefaut street wharf, or to JOSEPH ANTHONY & SON. March 31. dtf £or Sale or Charter, jjj Andromache, (An American bottom) «rfossgJohn Moore, Master. IS a flout good vessel, about two years oM, burthen 232 rous, has only made three voy ages, and inay be sent to sea at a small ex ]>ence. She maybe Teen at Vine-street and the terms made knriwn bv application to WHARTON & LEWIS. March 21. dtf The Profits artfmgfromtr following fht/ti catiar. arc far tlx benefit, of the Poor. Just published, printed by R. Aitkeri and iiua, and fold bv J. Cruifcank, W. Young T. Dobfon< anci the other Booksellers, MINU T E S Of the Proceedings of the Committee, Appointed on the 14th September 1793 by the Citizens of Philadelphia, the Nvii thern Liberties, and the D (trie* of Southwark, to atteird to and alleviate the fiifferings of the afSificri with the Malignant Fe^erjpre valent. ii] the City and its vicinity. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING A lift of persons admitted into the Ilofpi tal at Bu(h hill, Ihewing the times of their admiilion, death and dil'charge. Number of Houit-s, Deaths, &c. in the. refpe&ive streets, alleys, and courts hi the c tyol Philidelphia, Northern Liberties, and Diftnft of Sonrhwark. A lift of the Interments in the Burial grounds in the city of Philadelphia, Northern Lioerties, and D»ftr»& of Southwark, with a meteorological account if the weather. A fuinaia' y ct donations in cash and provi "ttons, received from sundry peribns and pla ces, for the us * of the poor and affii&ed. April 2. dgw Just Imported, In the Ship Apollo, Capt. Fitzpatrick,' from and now landing on WalnuUftreet wharf, viz. GIN in pipes, A few bales Holland Duck, Ditto Oznafoirgs, Holland Sheeting, Juniper Berries, Glass Ware, liz. Tumblers and Mugs, va rious sites. Sheathing Paper, Swedes Iron, J\uare and flat bars. Hair Ribband, No. 4. Dutch Great Coats, A quantity of Junk and Oakttm, tfe. &c. FOR SALE BY THOMAS KETLAND, Jun. The above-rhentioned Ship is for Sale— thoii'dapplication be made •within a few days ; other-wife Jhe -will take freight for Amjler dam. March 1, 1794. d t f to be~solsT"- A large elegant House, and Lot of Ground, INan eligible lituatioj,—alfo a Country Seat within 6 miles of the City, with 9 acres of land, or 44 acres ot Jand and ineado v, the Houle is not exceeded bymany in the vicioit) ®f the city, in size, or convenience. For particulars apply to the printer. January 23 m&th—tf 7 ' * To be fold by Public Vendue, The laflant, At the Cqfkf.e House, At Seven o'clock in the Evening, By order of the Rector, Church Wardens and Veftryof the United Episcopal Churehes of Christ Church at d St. Peter's l Philadelphia, the T ufrees of the Univeifi , ty, and the Managers of the Peunfylvania l Flo'pial, The House and Lot bequeathed by tlie iaft Will and Tcftamein of Stoops deceafedjiri equal proportions to the a ove institutions, being The House, No. 20, Whe ein J >Htph spencer now iiveswellfitu ated for t)uliixefs, on the weft fide of Third ? ltreet, about midway between Market tfnd Aich street. It is 17 feetfront upon Thud T street, and the lot is 132 feet deep The purchaser payiug half the purchase mo * ney 011 delivery df the deed, may have twelve months credit for ttte remiiihfier, on good fecuritv and paying in.erect. THOMAS CUiMPSTON, JOHN WII COCKS, Committee for the Reftor,Church Wardens and Veftrv appointed to fell. EDWARD FOX, Committee for the Um vefPity. ► JOSEPH PASCHALI, SAMUEL COATES, BARTHOLOMEW WISTAR, Committee for tke Peimfyivauia Hofpiwl. Apiii i - dts The following Certifi ca«e of the iui/ded three pc r Cent Stock <ii ine Dotmft c Dc.utii ihe U<«Mied S.iatcs ft.'ndirv. on the booki ot ihe Tifca|u>\ of th United Siatts, in ihe names ot Donnala and Bu<tun ot London, meichants, and ftgned by Joffcph Register of said Tt alury, to vvii :— N°. 5476, dated 24 h August J 792 f«»r 2955 dollar «nd ceil(!> wa s tranimitim from Lou dun in the ihip Prtei, Pau; Huffey, malio, boUnd for Niw York, and has been lo The Suhfenber intending to apply to the Irta furyof ihe United States to have the fame "re newed, defius all persons who are mteiefted in the said certificaie, to make tKeir objetlions thereto, if any they have. Francis Macy. Philad. March 27. ■ dow In the Name of the French Republic. EVXRY Frenehmm is forbid to violate the Neutrality of the United States. All commissions or authorizations tending to infringe that neutrality, are revoked, and are to be returned to the Agents of the French Republic. i'hilailelphia, Ventofei6th, fecondyear of the French Republic, one and in&Vifible '(March 6th, 1794, o. s.) The Mimfter Plenipotentiary of the French Republic. JH. FAUCHET. "I he Editors of newspapers within the United Sta: ;s, are requested to republic the oregoing notice. J Concluding Sales. THE Subscriber having entertd into Co partnership with Mr. John Bartholomew in the bufm-fs of Sugar Refi.iing. will dispose of ihe Remaining Stock on hand CONSISTING OF Silver, Plated, & Japan Wares, Plated Coach & Saddle Furniture, &c. &c. By WheUfale at Prime Cojl for Cajh. John Dorfey, 'No. 2S, North 3<l ilreet. Apnl ' 2 - Hlth&s6«r Samuel Coates, At his Store, No. 82, south Front Jlreet hath for sale, 94 Barrels Ne*v England Beef, 29 barrels liver oil, 25 barrels Cider, 9* boxc » of Candles, M°°JT of men's leather (hoes 642 bulhels of Barley A quahtity of Tow Linen D.tio, of New-tnglaud Soal leather 4° bags of excellent corton 4 boxes of Clfocolatc 3000 wt. ot Alfpice too cases of the btft Holland gin. A P nl '• *eod2<» The Public are cautioned to beware of counterfeited Fine Dollar Bills of the Bank of "the United States, and Twenty Dollar Bills of the Bank of North America > fenjtral of which ha*ve appeared in circulation within a few days pajl; they art a good ge neral imitation of the genuine Bills, but may be dijlinguijhed by the following MARKS. Five Dollar Bills of the Bank of the . - United States. ALL thai have appeared have the letter F. for tlieir Alphabetical Mark. "I he Tekture of tie Paper is thicker and whiter it takes tlie ink more freely than tliegifnuine paper. i Ti>e O. ijf (i, e word Company is smaller than the M. and oth<r Ittrers of that word, so that a line extended from ihe topr.f the O, to touch the t..p of the M would t-xtend con lulmaoty rl>e range of the whole word. In the woid Un ted the letters are narrow erai dclofer together than tht-refl ol the bill Ihe rind fin the word promile are not paral el, the niuch jiiore forward than the 1. 1 lie eflgi aviug is badly eXecmed, he ftiokts of all the Leriers-aie ftrongei and the devi e 111 the margin particularly is much coa.irr ai d appears darker than in the true bili:. Some the couniei fcits'bear daie in Jygi Wfitre astl>»£aak was not in operatiou lili Delem ber, and no five dollar bills were jlTued in that year. ( Twenty Dollar Bills of the Bank of North America. ALL that have appeared ha'te the letter ' B alphabetical mark. 1 Key are printed on a paper nearly similar to that of tiie couuterfeit Five Doilai Notes ab >ve defenbed ; the engraving is bi tei exe ucted, and they approach nearer to the ap pearance of the genuine bills. The fine i uled lines through the word Tatrt h, in the hody of ihe bill, ate in numbei th*r teen in the genuine b lis, a».d but iwclve in the counterfeits* The word Company is n.uch like the f?me ' word in the Five Doliu/ B Us as defer ibed. a bove,' tlie 0 being ieis than the «, and others feilowmg. rbert- is no stroke to the t in the word North when efts ill the genuine bills the ili oke is web defined. The ent in the word Twenty) to the left liawd at the battmi, do noi come down to the line, but are so.cut as to gue an n appearance to the word, the Tw and go ing below them'. The Signature J Nixon, has the appear ance ot being written wit.i lamp-black and oil, and differs from the otlaer inks uled in printing the bills and the cafhiei's iignatuie It is luppoied these were coinmnieo in It-me ot the Southern $t«iio, a> all the couu leileits that have appeared, have come fr«»m thence, and two perfoiis have been appteheod ed in Virginia,on suspicion of being the authors ot them. The reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS will be paid 10 any Perlon 01 Fci f»)in> w l»o ihai 1 d fcovei and profccute to convi&iori the levejal otfi-nders ot. the tollow ing defci ipuons or any ot them, viz, T ne person or p rfons, who manuf«»^ urc d the paper on which the BiUi are primed. The person or pcilons, who engiaved the plate?. The printer or printers, of the bU's. \ very perf.,„ w ho has a&ed as a principal in any other way, in the counterfeiting and utter log the iai<i bills. THOMAS WILLING, Ptcfcdent of the B,tnk Unitrd Staitis. JOHX NIXON, Picfidtnt of the Bank ot North America. By order of the Committees of the Ref pc£t;ve Boaids. Fhiladelpnia, Match 28. 1794. dtf. Excellent CLARET, In LoglVcad* ai.d in casts of 50 bottles each. also, A few cases Champaigne Wine j MADEIRA,, In pipes, hop,(heads and quarter calks, FOR SALE BY JOHN VAUGHAN, No. x 11, South Front Uree't. Jan. 2, 1794. 1 dtf FOR SALE, BY MATHEW CAREY, No. Ijß, Maiket-Street, An EfTay on Slavery, Dphgned to exnibit in a new ppint ot v.iew its eft'e&s on marals, ijiduflry, and the peace ej focicty. Some fa£U and calculations are offered to prove tfie labor of freemen to be much more pr*iu*ii\>c than .that ot jiaves ; that countm s are rictvpowerful and happy, in piopoiuon ai the laboring p ople enjoy ihe fruits' of theij own labor ; and hence the n< cefT«»'v concluGot), that lUvery ts impolitic as well as unjujl. Price 25 Cents. 'Februarv 15. I 3 For the Gazette of the United Srjfss y Mr. Fenno, (j Tile excellence of a free jpwernment is n that the citizens stand on a lair footing of ». equality. A writer in Mr. Bacbe's papa- of Vv'edntfday, vindicates the eftabhfliment of clubs, and fairly avows that they will have influence and ought to have it. This is bold, but is it discreet, gentlemen clubbifts ? You meet then to guin influence —What becomes of other men not members of your club ! You have influence which they have d not—of courie your influence is againil equal n r 'pit. —You are aristocrats—a privileged tor dcr, not by law, or by the free consent of r others, but by your own usurpation and in , trigue—You are conspirators again!} the equal rights of your fellow citizens. ,! Two hundred men by clubbing together, ]. can set at nought the vote of a citizen who rainds his own buiinefs and joins no dark 1 meetings—They fan over-rule the votes of , t two hundred dispersed citizens, who, not j concerting together, how they lhall vote, in • fad) lose their fuffrages. s Thev-are thus dislranchifed by the rlub— e Is this right ?Is the bluster of the club about d liberty aid equality confident with either ? e On the contrary' is it not the furnrmt of ipa ■- pudonoe thus to copipre against libertv and ' equality, and at the fame time to anWV a n zeal in the cause of both —The people of , America are not so base and ignorant as, to J he duped by this (hallow asd imf lident-Hy t pocrify. "L. E. UNITED STATES. !s - CHARLESTON, A'pril i. Extract of a litter from Savannah dated March, 2(j. n Yesterday afternoon the Industry Cgpt. Carvatft, arrived in she river with a Span e ilh prifce, having about 4000 doubloons, some cocoa, Malaga wine aa4 dry goods, with $0 £>panilh soldiers, The prize /, proves to be a brig from Catthagena to t!he li Havanpah, a King's packet, mounting 8 nine pounders. The 1 nduft 1 y bas also tftk " en an English (hip, called the Lord Mid dletpn, bound to.Ntir-Yu.it, with hogsheads of nim, which v.as ransomed ; also, t*fo ol- three other Spani/b and Eug j lifh vefiels. , The following is an Climate of the car go of the Spanish prize sent into Savan -1 nah, received by a gentleman jult. ariv'ed ~ from thence ; dollars s 3,400 doubloons 5 i,qs>o 3,000 dollars 3,q00 1 8 bars of gold, valued at 30,900 1 Cocoa valued at 29^000 1 1 in - 1 CONGRESS. IN SENATE, Monday, March 31. The bill, sent from the House of Re prefeHtatives for concurrence, entitled, «;a» tact transferring for a limited tiir.e, the ju rifdiftion of suits and offences, from the diftrift to the circuit court of New-Martifi (h!re, and afligning certain duties, in rcf peft to invalid pensions, to the attorney . of the faid-diftrift," was read the third time. Resolved, That this bill pais. Ordered, That the Secretary, acquaint . the House of Reprefentatiies with the concurrence of the Senate in this I)ill, The bill, sent from the Hou e of Re presentatives for concurrcnce, entitled, " an ast to provide for placing buoys on certain rocks off the harbor of New-Lon don, 2nd in Providence river," was read the third time. Refolvrd, That this bill pass with a mendmcnts. Ordered, That the Secretary Stfire the concurrence of the House of Representa tives in the amendments to this bill. Mr. Burr from the committee, to , whom was referred the mbflagfe from the President of the United States, of the ' 28th instant, reported a lcfolutron tocar -1 ry into more compleat effect, the resoluti on direftin* an embargo; which waa read— ' .