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evening advertiser. [No. 1 10 of Vol. V.] For Sale or Charter, ANDROMACHE, (^ n American bottom) is a stout good vessel, about two years old, burthen 232 rom, has only made three voy uk and may be Cent to sea at a ftn.ll ex pence. She may be seen at Vine-street wharf, and the terms made known by application to WHARTON i 3 LEWIS. dtf March 2i For Amsterdam, t The new fact-failing, copper- JkjjjjfSir bottomed SHIP MM ADRIANA, ■Si g K. Fitzpatrick, Matter. BUILT of live oak and cedar and was in tended for a Liverpool Trader, will fail with all convenient speed. For freight orpaffage, having excellent accommodations, apply on board at Walnut street wharf, or to THOS. & JOHN KETLAND. N. B. PalTengers will be landed in Eng land if required. March 6, 1794. dtf For Norfolk & Frederieksburgh, r SALLY, fsjp' John Earl, Matter. A staunch good veflel, will fail in a few days. For freight or p flage, apply to the master on hoard at Chefnut street wharf, or to JOSEPH ANTHONY & SON. March 31. dtf A FEW BARRELS OF POTATOES, Well picked, out of a very large quantity— AND A FEW Tierces of Rice, Lwr &fmo r No. 117, north Second street, April iy. ' dtf Just Imported, In the Ship Apollo, Capt. Fitzpatrick, from Amsterdam, and now landing on Walnut-street wharf, viz. GIN in pipes, A fe-iu bales Holland Duck, Ditto Oeiraburgs, Holland Sheeting, Juniper Berries, llajs IVare, viz. Tumblers and Mugs, •va rious JIZI'S. • •... _ r. _ . rious fv.tes. Sheathing Paper, Sweats Iron, square and fiat bars, Hair Ribband, No. 4. Dutch Gnat Coats, A quantity of Junk and Oakum, cfc. &c. FOR SALE BY THOMAS KETLAND, Jun. The above-mentioned Ship is for Sale (hauld application be made "within a few days ; etherwifs Jbe loiu take freight for Amjler dam. March I, 1794. The Profits arising from the folloiuing~publi cation are for the benefit «f the Poor. Just publilhed, printed by R. Aitk.cn and Son, and fold by J. Crukfhanlc, W. Young T. Dobfon, and the pther Bookfcllers, MINUTES OF THE Proceedings of the Committee, Appointed on tne 14th September 1793, by the Citizens of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties, and the Diftrift of Southwark, to attend to and alleviate the fufferings of the afflicted with the Malignant Fever,pre valent, in the City and its vicinity. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING A lift of persons admitted into the Hospi tal at Bulh hill, (hewing the times of their admission, death and difchargc. Number of Houses, Deaths, Sec. in the refpe£live streets, alleys, and courts in the ctyof Philadelphia, Northern Liberties, and Diftrift of Sovthwa'k. A lift of the Interments in the Burial grounds in the city of Philadelphia, Northern Liberties, and Diftri& of Southwark, with a meteorological accoont of the weather. A summary of donations in cash and provi (ions, received from sundry persons and pla ces, for the ufiof the poor and afßifted. April 2. d£w The following Certifi cateof the funded three per Cent Stock ol the Domtftic Debt ol the United Slates Handing on the books of the Treatury of the laid United States, in the names of Donuald and Burton of London, meichants, and signed by Joseph Nouife, Register of said frealury, to wit :— No. 5476, dated 24th August 1792 for 29,59 dollar* and £3 cents wa s tianlmittcd from Lon don in the ship Peter, Paul HufTey, mallei;, bound for New York, and ha* been toft.— The Subfcnbcr intending to apply to the Tiea fury of the United States to have the fame re- Itewed, dcfurs all perfoiis who are interested in the said certificate, to make their obje&ions thereto, if any they havf*. Francis Macy. * Philad. Manch 27. d6w H« removed from No. 40, north Thud street, to No. 117, north Second llieet, between Arch and Race in thofc stores lately occupied by Mr. Sxarman, oppoffte to MelTrs J W. and \V. Gibbs, where he keeps his Wholesale Warehtufe* to' the iale ef all f or ts of GOODS, and <he transaCtion of all com«n«&on Bufincfs, and Has no<w for Sale, White silk stockings, High dieffed Engliih falhiou A box ot French pomatum Hanging Paper ol the bed patterns and co- lours A ftw pieces of Long Lawns An in«oice of Satun Cloaks, which 00 ac count ot the feafou wiii be fuld at a long credit Champaign Wine 6 years old A few pipes Lisbon Wine Do. do. Port Wine , t Do. do. Madeira Som c Calcavflla Wine Burgundy Wine aud Claret. April 17. dtf PIRACY! THE schooner DELIGHT, the pro - petty 4>f Manuel Antonio Martin, ot the land of Bona Vista, was on the 18th ot Oc tober laH,wlineTyi"ii arandwr-in the road ot that lfland, forcibly entered and cained off by JOHN DUNHAM, JOHN MURRAY, h man by trie name of DODGE, and one other pcrioi), name unknown.—This veilel was fold to M. A., Martin, by William M'Neill, who came to BonaViltain her, from Madeira— She was built in the county ot Matthews, Mate of Virginia, and was registered at New- York, the 16th April, ,793—Her name was ; i ptimed on her stern—Her dimensions as fol lows : 56 feet 6 inches keel, 16 feet 6 inches j beam, hold 6 feet 2 inches, her burthen 54 I tons. _ I At the time of their entering the velTel, 1 there was a black man on board by the name I of BaHbazer, whom they carried off with iheiq. John Dunham was mate of the veflbl under Capt. M'Neill, prior to the sale oi her, and the other perions were mariners. Dunham is a married man, and has a family at Nan tucket. The cargo of the vessel confided of the fol lowing articles.—2 cases containing 74 pieces Linen ; cafe Wine-GlafTes; 1 bale containing 9 pieces Broadcloth; 1 do. 9 do. 79 pieces Cotton, (needle worked) —33 do. do inferior, 2 m'oys of Salt; Ihe had seven small arms and some pistols. bars, r It* any person can give any information oi this velfel, or auy part of the property, lb that it can be recovered, or the offenders brought o; just ice, they are requested to inform Mellrs. Joseph Anthony and Son, Philadelphia; Mu r r ay and Mumford, New-York ; Clari and Nightingale, Providence; or H*aj and Amory, Bolton. March 17. <I—tf In the Name of the French EVERY Frenchman is forbid to violate the Neutrality of the United States. U1 commiflions or authorizations tending to o be returned to the Agents of the French Republic. Philadelphia, Ventofe 16th, second year of he French Republic, one and indivisible March 6th, 1794, o. s.) The Miniller Plenipotentiary of the French Republic. JH. FAUCHET. The Editors of newspapers within the United States, are requefled to republilh the oregoing notice. t d Cs* This Gazette Jhallbe enlarged, as it receives encouragement—The Subscription encreajes Favors are folicited —These conjlitute an ejfential Item in diminishing the Debit fide of the Account. Monday, April 21, 1794. Louis Ofmont, Republic. ttifeb States AND Excellent, CLARET, In hogiVcads and in cases of 50 bottles each. ALSO, A few cases Champaigne Wine; MADEIRA,, In pipes, hogftieads and quaiicc casks, FOR SALE BY No. ill. South Fxoot iluct '*"• gt 1794- FOR SALE, BY MATHEW CAREY, No. 118, Maiket-Street, An KfTay on Slavery, Dcfigned to exhibit in a new point ot view its eftc&s on morals, indvjlrx, and the peace of society. Some rads and calculations aie offered to prove the labor of'Jreemen to be much more puduftiXK than that ot Jlaves ; that countries are rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the laboring people enjoy the fruits of their own labor ; and hence the inceffary cottclufion, that ftavery is impolitic as well as unjufl. Price 25 Cents. dtf *5- F^bruai St. Domingo Sufferers. THOSE perfoHS who limit rtook to colled the fu'ofcription made for the relief of the a - bo e unfoitunate perform, are r»queiled to complete their returns, where they have, not already done it, and to deliver the fame with any balance they may hold, into the funds of the Trcafiirer, who will receive any l'abfcrip tion which remains uncollected, or any frelh donation. It is hoped instant attention will be paid to this notice, to enable the commit tee ofdiftribution to close their accounts and give further relief to a number of those per fo»s still remaining here, whose situation is truly diftrc fling. By order of the committee of diAribution, Robert Smith, Treasurer. P-S. tt is requelled the different Printers will for a few days, publilh the above. STATE of SOUTH-CAROLINA. In the Houfc of Reprefentativts, December 21(1,1793. WHEREAS the Commiflioncrs of public Accounts, have reported, that they cao noi pioceed to the investigation of the Treasury Accounts, refpefting fpeciai Indents, without knowing the outstanding amount thereof in cir culation Therefore, Refolvcd % That ail holders of special Indents be duelled, and requireO, on or before the firft day of November next j to deliver the special In dents in their pofTeflion to one or other of the Commifiiofiers of the Treasury, who are to give rece:ots for the fame, and to report to theCom njilfiouers on public accounts, on or before the lenth day of November next, the amount by theim Tefpeftively received, and also to the Le giAature, at their meeting in November next, and that all special Indents not rendered into the Treasury as above, on or before the firft day of November next, Hull be, and the fame are heft by barred. Rcjvivcdy That public notice of this resolution be given iu the several Gazettes in this State,, once every three weeks, until the firft day of November next. And that the Delegates of this State in theCongrefs of the United States, be re queued to cause this rclolution to be publithed in one or more papers in the cities of Philadel. phia and New-York, and that provision will be made for the expences attending such publica tion. That the resolution be sent to the seuate tor their concurrence. By order of the House, JOHN SANFORD DART, C. H. R. In the SENATE, Decembir 21(1,1793. Refobed, That this House do concur wuh the Houte of Reprefentativcs in the foregoing reso lutions. Ordered, That the resolutions be lent to the House of Representatives. by order of the Senate, FELIX WARLEY, Clerk. diw. rvtX<» Lately Published. SOLD BY Thomas Dobfon, No. 41, South Second-Street: THE Hiitory of New-Hampshire, from the Discovery of the River Je» rcmiak falAnap, D. D. 3 Vols. Price in Boards, 4 1-2 Dollars. The "Forrcfter, an American Fable, being a Srquel to the History of John Bull the Clothier. Prce, 75 Cents. A Dilcourfe, intended to commemorate the )ifcovery o! America by CbTiftopber Colum >us; delivered at the reqtieft of the Historical Society in Maflachufctts, October 23d, 1792, being the completion of the Thiid Ceniuty, fincc that memorable event. To which are added,l Four Dt(Tertation&, connc&ed with the fubjett—By the fame author. Price, 50 Cents. March 17. tuthJcf3vr JOHN VAUGHAN, [Whole No. 569.] For the Gazette of the United Status. Mr. Fenno, You are requested to fublilh the following in your paper. A HINT. Certain young Students of Law with their aflociates, who have of late frequented a neighbourhood in this city, and been guilty of condudt which reflects credit neither on themselves nor their (Connections, are cau tioned to beware of a repetition of such con dudl ; for independent of the chailifement which will be the consequence, they may ex pedl to fee their names publiihed in the ncwf papers. TO THE OBSERVER. I HAVE read with much fatisfa&ion, your occasional remarks, on the merits and demerits of the Theatric Corps—to the former, you have rendered juitice—the lat ter you have treated with tenderaefs—fair ly avowing no partiality, to influence the public mind. A man who thus steps for ward, with principles so independent, is secure in his own conscience, of having, with the best intentions done his duty, and sure of the fuffrages of the public, who, while they approve, will second his en deavours. Upon thffe grounds, I con tribute my mite, and only regret, that I am unwillingly conftrgined to think, that you, Mr. Obferver,have somewhat relaxed in those duties, to the fulfilment of which, you engaged yourfelf. lam however, far from supposing, that you will not re sume your pen, or that you have quitted the service you volunteered in, before the campaign is finifhed ; —Perfuaded, that your jult criticisms mult rather flatter than offend, and that every, -individual, under the Banners of the Sock & Buflcin, feel themlelves under obligations to the Ob server, they have shewn their gratitude, by amending that, which he has humbly recommended. Pursuing my obje<St thus far—l would now wi(h to hint to you Mr. Obferrer, whose prying eye, may not fee all things, that you would notice, that want of de>- meanor exhibited by fame, employed in the concerns of the Theatre :—Surely the ears of the audienceought not to be dinned by the clattering of a Bamboo against the fides of one of the Boxes, during the performance of Miss Oldfield, in the cha ra&er of Lady Frances Touchwood ? It is arrogating in a servant of the public, and offenfive to all who admire order and decency :—Surely it is not come to this, that we are incapable of judging of ex cellences !—rwe can condemn, and we can applaud, but premature applause, always defeats the interested purpose it intends. Miss Oldfield made her Debut at Annapo lis, in the character of Defdcmona, and was deservedly admired as a young Can didate for public favor. Her firft appear ance here, was last night, and allowing for her natural timidity, great indulgence was (hewn her, and often much applaud ed. With a fine figure like hers, Ihe is capable of great improvement—but re commend her to study a little more of the " Suavitcr in Modo" giaceful a&ion, and graceful attitudes, compose more than half the difficulties of the stage. I fay nothing of the other performers, fatisfying myfelf, that in your next paper, you will do them justice individually, and remain Mr. Observer, THE BYSTANDER. Thursday, April 17. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, January 21. It is known to Government, that tie French have coined five hundred thovjfand guineas, so exactly resembling the Engliih guinea, that the counterfeit was not dj&o vered at the mint till after two minute exa minations. The defeA is in a simple letter only. What the motives may be of our enemies for taking this measure, cannot, per haps, at this moment be explained; but that it is sinister and ungenerous, cannot be doubted.