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Public Sale of Real Estates.
On THURSDAY Evening, the 15th of February next, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Merchants' ColFee-houfc in Second-street, «t 6 o'clock in the evening, the following ESTATES. No. 1. A two story brick House, with t two story frame Buildings, on a lot 10 feet front and lOC feet deep ; also, a vacant Lot of 40 feet Iquare, with the privilege of an alley to go thereto. This interest has lately been let for aoo dollars per an num, and is firuated in Chriftian-ftre*t, between Front and Second street*, the second house from Mr. Caleb Alh's. No ». A three story brick House, fituatl at the aortheaft corner of Chefnut streets, being 14 feet on Second-street, and 20 f«et on Chefnut ftre«t, now in the tenure of Mr. Morange, at the yearly rent of 400 dollar.*, and is deemed one of the best ttands for the sal« of dry goods in this city. No. 3. A handsome well finifhed three story brick House, 10 feet front and too feet deep, situ ate in Fifth-ftrecfc between Market and Arch ftreets, No. 40. Thisi oufa is built and finilhed in the modern style, is in complete repair, with double cellars under the whole. Thei eis a cittern of rain water in the yard ; and the house i* at pr:- fert let for 600 dollars per annum with the taxes. No. 4. A three story brick House, Gtuate in Ptumb-ftreet, betwe«n Second and Third street, being ia feet front and 13a feet deep, at present occupied by Robert Kenny. No. 5. A three story brick House, on the bank fide of Front-ilreet, No. 171 North, going thro' to Water-street, where it is five story. It is 10 feet front and 48 feet deep, in complete repair, and is rented for 600 dollars per annum. The conditions of Sale are, one quarter cafii, <sne quarter in 6 months, one quarter in 9 months, aod one quarter in I a months. Philadelphia, Jen. 11, 1798. 3awtljF Salisbury Estate. THE Subscriber, propoGng to hii bufi nefi, offers this Estate for file, on moderate terms* On it are o«e Blalt sni three Air Furnaces, a cwnplete Boreing Machine, aod a very-good grift jyfili, with two pair of stones ; also a good Forge, all in perfc& repair, as are all the Water Works conne&- I ed with ihcfe various branches. The Air Furnaces were lately built for the p«rpofe of casting Cannon for this State.—^There are about two thoufaod acres of Land, one half of which wood, the other very fine arable La*d, producing the best Hay and Pasture* The Cannon lately mannfa6tured there, fully proves the excellency of the metal, which is superior to any in this country, a<ad probably, equal to any in the world ; for not Que of sixty-nine gans lately made, although f»me of the 24 were bored into #a pounders, have failed on proving. The fi'u T ation is very eligible, particularly for this branch of manufa&ure, and a place of arms lying in the state of Conne&icut, and only 3Q miles from several land • ings 00 the Hudson's and having every advan tage that ean result from a plenty ot water iftuing Fjora • Urge naipnO pond, very near the Furnace, and whi h may b< converted into avariety of other ufeful purpose*. The purchaser can be accommodat ed wvb all the flock, and utensils, and have on or before the full of June next, and preparation may be madeio the mean lime for going into Blast im mediately thereafter* for every part will be delivered in good order, with some coal, Ore, Sec. See. For tfcrrqs, a.»ply to Mr. Joseph Anthony, in Philadel phia ; Div id Brooks, Eiq. on* of tjje fr\ Corvgrefs for t his State i Mr, P vrd Waterman, on premifes, or to the prQprittor in Nrw-Yor)f. WILLIAM NEILSON. ... Recently Publijhed, And j'j 1 imported from England, by WitHAM GsirriTHS, No. 177, South Second street, and may be had of NTor& n J. Ruee«, At ncsp and valuable work, in two clefely printed volumes ,in Svo. (price 3 dollar*) Hlollrations of Prophecy : la whi;K cure elucidated many predi&ions.,which Oteur in Daniel, the writing* of the Bvan gelifts, and honk of Revelation ; which are tho'fc so foretell great events, a revolution tn Frinee, 'avryraWfe to the interests of mankind, aftical tyranny, the downfall cf c;v:l despotism, and thefubfcq-.ient Jtelioration of the state of the vrcrld : tngtther with A large colkftion of Extracts, ( laf-rljrerfed tirongh the work, a*d taken from numerous conrtltentators, particularly from Jofeplj Mede, Sir llaac Uewiori, Vitrioga, Mr. William Lowth, Dr. Th. Goodwin, Fleming, or. Htmy More, Bengelius, Dr. John Owen, Daubtp, Dr. CreiTener, Whitby, Peter Jurieu, 1 owman, Brenius, Bishop Newton, and Bishop Chandler, Bifbop Hurd. By JOSEPH LOMAS TOWERS. • Besides various other inquiries treated of in this work, and numerous illuflrations of prophecy ; it contains a coaCderable number of fails or ob fervatknU on the fymbolie language of prophecy, tlie authenacity, uses, and abfeurity of the apo. calypfe, and th* genuineness of th* Hebrew pro phew; on the rapid cor iptionaf chriilianity in the fourth century ; on the difperlion and reftora tjo.n of the Jews, the history of the falfe Messiahs who ha7e appeared among them, and the rrafons infupport of the conjeflure that th* Afghans are the dsfcendants of the tea tribes ; on the right of rafiftaoce to opprefiion ; on the irruptions of th» northern nations, and the causes of the decline and fall of the Roman empire ; on the customs of the Tartar*, and the indepeadence of the Arabs ; on the conquests of those natiotis, and those ot the Turks ; on the nfurpation ef the Mamalukes, and th* pall history and present (late of Egypt; on the chara&cr and cobdaA of Conftantine, jullini n, Clovis, and Lewis XIV ; on the scarcity of books in the dark ages, and the causes of the de cline of literature ; on tha rapid rife of tha French monarchy, and the caafe* of it* iall; on the in eooGftencics in the political charaAers of bishops Newton and Hurd; on the peculiarities of Dr. Th. Burnet's theory of the earth ; on the ben«6cral effefts which elirifliacity has produced in favor ol Uarning and civil liberty, and its tendency to pro mote the eftabliihmttit of equal government*. Independent of the large proportion of original matter contained in these volumes, those who are Intcrefted in thefabjeft will, it isprefumed, wilh topernfe or consult thern, because the extraAs in troduced ia them, which are accurately cited, and marked with inverted commas, are taken from a greater ntmber of writers on the prophecies (a: Iraft if the roman catholic eommenutor* be ex eKid*d) than are easily accessible to any ane indivi. dual even ia Earope, or are probably to be found in any one library in the world They are fur nifbed with indexes, and a copious table of eon tents. » J»n- M—lawiw r 5 1 ■ Imported inthefhipMANCHESTER, Behjami* Shiwell, Mailer, From Bourdeaux, and for tale by the subscriber, No. 11. Walnut Street. Bonrdeaux Brandy "1 Irish market claret in cases / Entitled to Medocwine, is do. f Drawback. Santerne, do. do. J Thomas Murgatrsfd. ■ WHO HAS FO* SALE. She.rry Wine in pipes and quarter eaflu Rota do.- do. Prmerrto in bags 4.000 bufbels Liverpool fait, Aug. J4- tut&stf W. Haydon Delineator of Drawing—.from London, (Whera he has itudied several years under on* Of the mod eminent mailers in that fcieoce) INPORMS his friends that he has re-commenc ed his private tuition.—Terms, as usual, Six Dollars per month, for attendance three times a week. Likewise, all kinds of Ornamental Paint ing, fruit, flowers, Stc. taught on the above terms. W. H. flatters himftlf his terms will be particu larly advantageous to those that employ him, as he make* no additional charge if there arc two pupils in one family. A 1 in* dir«<ft«d to W. H. left at the office of this Gizette, will be immediately attended te. January 9. §aw To Be Sold, AGREEABLY to the lad will and teHanwit of William Hitsham, de«»af«l, and posses sion given immediately, a valuable property in Arch street, between Third and Fourth ft.-eets, eonfift ing of the house, N*. 107, with the lot on which it is ere&ed, a flabU, and other improvements— The house is »o feet front, and contains ten good apartments. The lot is of the fame breadth as the house and 109 feet deep, with a well of water aud a very capacious walled cistern, both with pu.-nps in go»p repair. The liable Hands on the rear of the lot and will accommodate four horses and a car riage. This property enjoys the perpetual privilege of a 16 feet court and an alley, 8 feet wide, extend ing to Cherry Street. Its central pcfition and the advantages it poifeffes with refpeS to free ventila tion, renders it well worthy the attention of any perfcn wiflling to poffeft in eligible property in Phi ladelphia, For further particaUrs enqnirejat No 88, Vine Street—of Robert Heysham, or > Afling Executors. Francis Bowas Say**, j January 11 § The Subscriber INFORMS thoiS whom it may interest or con cern, thar. the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas have appointed JlfinJay, the twcnly-jixtb day of Ptbruary next % t» hear him and his Creditors, at the Cotjrt-houfs in this city, on the fubjeA of his peti tion for the benefit of the lufolvcat Law—and that their attendance w deflred. JAMES GREENLEAF. Philadelphia r , Jan. 16. eotl6thF The Subscriber intends to make application for the renewal of a Certificate of a Share io the Bank of the United in the name of b. B. No. 50C4, dated July 11, 1 797* l *»e fame having'been loft. JOHN GRAHAM. Richmond, Dec. I. The Subscriber, Informs those to whom he is indebted, that his book*, which have been kept open for their inflec tion since December are balanced to the 31ft ult. and will during the present month remain open at his Counting-house in Chefnut Street for their further inveftigatiorj and fcrut ; ny. JAMES GREENLEAF* Philadelphia, Jan. ift All Persons Having any demand* aganift the Eftatp of the late Captain George Irwin, are requtlted to bring in their accounts pioperly attefteil, on «r before the firft day of January next ensuing and those who are indebted eftate are so licited to make immediate payment to SAftAH IUWIEJ, Admuuftratrix. net'. 19 179*. 5 NOTICE. ALL persons who have any demands against th* efUft of Wtt.WAM Fueswtood, of Liverpool, late of Philadelphia, merchant, de ceased, are requeued to exhibit their accounts, properly attested j and those who are indebted to the fame, are desired to make immediate pajjjncnt, to GEO. DOBSON, > ~ . , Nr.. 25, So. Tlrird-ilreet.'j Mm,n, fi r r January 4. dtf Surveyor General's Office, December i, 1797. ON a relcafe of survey of 4J3 acres.6B perches of land, Cjuate in lower SmithfieM townihip Northampton county, surveyed to William Wills, per warrant of id March, 1786, the Deputy Sur veyor hath mad* the following Bote, viz, This land claimed by heirs of Lewis Gordon and Geor?e Taylor, not known by what right.—Cer tified for Daniel Broadhead, Efq, Surveyor Gene ral—William Varker. The firft Monday in March next is appointed for a hearing of the parties on the a'leve caveat, or any others intrrefted or concerned therein, they having at leafl thirty days notice for John Hall, Secretary of the Laad Office. AT. Lufborough. January 16 §tiFiwtm Copper for Sheathing, For Sale, by SIMON WALKER, Pine-fir set, near Fifth. January *9 diw Genteel Boarding and Lodging To be had at a moderate price—lnquire a No. I*3B, Areh-ftreet. Jan. »7. daw To be fold, AN ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT, contain ing 6 acres and 40 perches, with a neat two story brick House and Kitchen thereon, an apple Orchard, &e. situate on the IriiTl trail lane, in the townihip of Moyamenfing, about one mile from the city of Philadelphia. Further particulars will he ipade known upon application at the office of the Philadelphia Gazette. The improvements upon this place, for taHe and elegance, (land unrivalled. December X. dtf PROPOSAL. HAVINO met with a liberal pa'ronage, the Subscriber is emboldened to issue proposals for printing by fubieription, the JOURNALS OF CONGRESS, from their firS meeting in 1775,10 the present time. This work lhall be printed with a new type, made for the purpose; and on good paper. It will be delivered at one dollar per volume (ofta vo) in 6 vols.—*a(h to be paid on delivery. It isneedlcfs to fay any thing of the merits of this undertaking—=the scarcity of the Jourpals throughout the United States, is fufficient to jufti fy the printer in his hop* of meeting with that success, which he is certain the enterprise dcferv«». JOHN PARKER. Jan. 17. d 6t For Sale by the Subscribers, Prime Rice in whole and half tierces Bouideaux Brandy Tencrijft Vine Motaffis Georgia and Carolina Indigo Raven: Dutk and one htgjhead of pai-it bru/hes. N. (s* j. Prater. No. Qs, Sonth Front Street. AVv. 7. dim. PROPOSALS, FOR PRINTING RV SUBSCRIPTION, A NEW AMU lUTUKSTIN6 WORK, INTITIID, A TREATISE ON THE POLICE OF LONDON, Containing ti detail of the variou» crime# and mis demeanor*, by which ptfbSie and private proper ty, arc, at present, injured and endangered : And fuggclHng reinedietfor their prevention. BY A MAGISTRATE* "AAing for the counties of Middlesex, Surry, Kent, aud Eflex ; for the city and liberty of \yertrnin fter ; and for the liberty of the Tower of Lon don. To tbofe tubs have read this cwious and -valuable "work, it ifill need n* recommendation—they knew Ml fittd merit —but as it bis hitherto got into very fetv bands in this country, it tviil net be- amiss to obfervt —Jo greet ivas toe approbation and demand in lon Jon, that it puffed through three large editions in the course of tiDelfc months. As a dehit of the ingenious varieties of fraud, that endanger property in London, and mfl o'ber overgrown and opulerit cilui % it cannot fail to afford the render great entertainment as •tvell as injlrußion ; hut as the aut/jor traces all these enotnrit'us to a feiv, and in tbemfelve < % inconsiderable cauf esy many of ivhicb a Really r+'J&sm till the large capitals of the United Stater, the buftpefs is brought home to our otvn doors ; and the teark bat ani>(c.reaftfl* claim to our ettcm iivs perufjl. To ajpji thi Itflat or and the magijlrate in the humane office of preventing crimes, and their consequent punifh trienUr, ivas the patriotic deftgn of the author. " Private offences, he f*ys, are the source of public crimes, and the beji method of guarding fciety agamft the latter is, to make proper provisions, for checking the former" ,cre eaftly seduced from their loy/s'ty ivho are apoflates from vhtte." CONDITIONS. This work will be printed in a large o&avo, on an excellent EngiiiH paper—lt will be delivered.*© fitfticriberr, bound in boards, at the moderate price of One Bollar and a half; although the last London edition, on inferior paper and meanly bound, « now fold at ♦wo dollars and a ha!f. To non-fub fcriberi the price will be raised. Whatever encouragement may be given by fub farijption, it will be committed to rhe press without delay ; and, barring accident!, will be roady for publication early in April. Subscriptions will be thankfully received at Benjamin DavjesVs book-floie, No. 68, High ftreet, and by njolt of th 6 other booksellers in the city ; by George Hill, in Baltimore; and by Sam uel Campbell, and A. Drummond, in New-York. Jaauary 31. lawtA ROSS Ssf SIMSON, RATE FOR SALE, A few bales Baftas, CofTas, and a quantity of Btrigai GOTTON Bengal SUGAR, in tags Kid boxes Jamaica, St. Viucent9, > RUM. Bengal J 300 ca&s RICE, sad •A I'arct) of ftiip builiinf RED CEJ)AR. OA- 2 7. .. . ' ...... To be Exchanged for British, Serbian, »r India Goods, T«rnc»ACl ; A traft as valuable Land I# Lycftmmg, joining that of ike Holland co. and containing 50,900 Arret. Inquire ef the Printer. -. , § N O T 1 C E. Ti holders of JAMES GREENLEAF's and EDWARD FdX's Engagements^ IN confequtrice of many having been prevent ed, from late unavoidable circumftancts from Obtiiflirtg their Certificates, agreeable to former notice. The Trustees now inform then), they »r« ready toiffue the fame to those -who may ap ply within fixtydays, at No. 8 Chefout Street, amd those who do not, will be confidercd as re linquishing tljeir claim on the Aggregate Fund provided for their payment. HENRY PRATT, THCMAS W. FRANCIS, JOHN MILLER, JUN. JOHN ASHLEY, JACOB BAKER. Deeembrr If. d6ct FOR &ALE, AT Wm. Young's Btek Store, No. 51, Second ftree't, the corner of Chefnnt street. REPORT of the Comnsittee ef the House of Reprefentativesol the United States, appoint ed to prepare and report Articles of Impeachment against WILLI 4M BLOUNT, a Senator of the United States, impeach«d of high crimes and mis demeanors, made in purfuaoce of a resolution of the Houf« of Representatives, authorizing the said Committee to &t during the recess of Congrofs, and infhu.Sing them " to enquire, and, by all lawful " meant, to dtfever the whole nature and extent " of the offence whereof the laid William Blount " (lands impeache.:, and who are the partisi and " affociatesther«»." Printed by order of the House of Rtprefentalives December 10. § French Circulating Library. JOSEPH E. G. M. De La GRANGE, No. JlO Walnut-street, INFORMS those who wi(h to recur to the only means of becoming perfect in the French Lan guage, that he has just opened his Lib* art, ccn- Gfting of upwards of ijoo volumes, the best cal culated to afford either ufeful inllruflion, or plea sure. The coirditions, together with a catalogue of the Library, may be fcen at every look-feller's in town. f N. b. All translations from and into the French, English and Span?ih Languages, execurea with ac curac} and dispatch. eoim nov. 14. Samuel Pleafants & Sons, No. 74, South Secondfiriit, HAVE received a supply of Seasonable GOODS, which they are now opening for sale, on rcafonable terms. . 0$ 17. —41* This Day is Published, BY Me'flf. Dobfon, Carey, Campbell, Ric arid the other BookfeJlerc, Price One Dollar and twenty-five cents, Elegattiy printed on Wove paper, and Hot prejfed, By John Thompson, A COMPARATIVE VIEWdT The Constitutions Of th. several States with each other, and with that of the United States: exhibiting in Tables, the prominent features of caeh Constitution, and classing together their most important provisions, under the several heads of administration ; with Notes andObfervations. By WILLIAM SMITH, Of South-Carolina, L L. D. and member of the Congress of the United States. Dedicated to the People of the United States. N. B. A few Copies printed on an inferior pa per, at 3-4thsof a dollar. A Gardener wanted. A person well acquainted with gardening, and who would occasionally attend market, may hear of a place by applying at the it mile ftooe, on the Bnfiol road, or No. 109, Arch-flree:, Philadelphia. A single man weirld bepreferedc J««. jo. aavrtf 1 Jaanes' C. S? Samuel W. Fisher. AT THE.:# STOJtS, N0.513, comer of Arch raid Froat Areet. It An FOR SALE, Cotton and worsted Hosiery in trunk?, alTored A few bale» red, white, and yellow Flannel Ditto futty romall Handkerchiefi Ditto Pullicat silk ditto Ditto Pondicherry and Madrafi ditto Ditto Gurrah» Bengal black Taffi tics 4000 pice«?? Nankeen*, and Few chtfti bed Hyson Tea Alfo—lsoo boxes best London Window Olafs, from %by 4, !to 19 by 14 —and 15 hhds. Glass Ware alTorted, which they will dtfpofc of cheaper than any in the city. Nov 18 jtawtf Imported (via New York) on the (hip Hero f from Madras and Calcutta, and for fa Is by the fuKfcriber, at N'.\ 61, Chefout street, between Second and Third Streets, th» follow ing articles . Maharagonges Chifconna Dor«ns Chintz and Calicoes Dacca worked muflias Gillis Roirain Bandannoes Nillas 8c Penfiafoes Chafla RomaU Blue cloth Hair ribbon MiiltMulfiiar.kerchicfs Palempores Patna do. Banares Opivm Leflcr Cardkuvim Seed«. Samuel IVilcox. November 17 tuth«4w Valuable Books, Just received by the Fit* American from London, and now opening and felling by J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chefnut Street. CATALOGUES Of the newly importedbooks maybe had gra tia. These added to O's usual Hock, form an extenlive and elegant colleilio» of ancient and modern literature, and comprise books in sun dry language* and on various l'ubjefis. This Day it Published, By J. Ormrod, (Price 7$ cents, handsomely bound and lettered, and embellished with au cltgant frontifpiece and seventy three cuts.) The Looking Glass for the Mind, O R, The Juvenile Friend ; Being a vaknule colledlion of interesting and mifcellaneom incidents, calculated to exhibit to young minds the happy eft'eds of youthful in nocence and filial affeflion—ln prose and verse. Defigfie'd to improve and amuse the rising gene ration. in the Prefi, and wtW be speedily published, Dr. DARWIN'S Plan of Female Education. Subscriptions for this incomparable work will be thankfully received by the printer. Theiiook will contain about three hundred pages, will be printed with a new type on fine paper, and de livered to fubferibers neatly bound, lettered and embellished with an elegant frontifpiece, for one dollar. January 3. 3 t. _ FOR SALk, >r " William Priestman, 129, South Front-street, next door to the Cuf tom-house, A large afjbrtmeiit-of Gold and silver Watches A Time Keeper, by Arnold Some plated Candleftick,s Double barrelled Guns, by Mortimer, maker to the King of England Ditto, by Parker Pair duelling Pifls>ls, by Knubley, Charing Croft Reßefling Telescope, by Ribright Box of patent Med feints 60 lb. Scotch Thread Small colledlion of valuable Boolcs, and Books of Prints 30,000 acres of Land in one lot, upon the Big Sandy, in Mason county, Kentucky, pa tented by Percival Butler, in 1787- Also, 14 Lake Erie Lets Invoices or parcels of Watches bought. January 4. <I 7 t School Books and Stationary. W. YOUNG, No. fa, Second-street, corner of Chefnut-ftreet, HAS now ment of Emglijb, French, Latin and Greek SCHOOL BOOKS. Alft, such elementary books on Sciencie, as are generally read in the academics and colleges throughout the United States. LATELY ti} BLISHED, Sheridan's Dictionary, the futh edition, in one large vol. S vo. price 3 dols. Ditto, large la mo, price 1 dol 75 et>. Ditto, common, price 1 dol. 50 cts. All forts of drawing, packing, printing, and writing Paper ; Bookbinder's Boards, Palteboards, sheathing and blotting Papers; printed Blanks, blank Books, Wax, Wafers, and other articlesj ef the bell quality, used in tkc counting house, or public office. frt* Catalogues of a miscellaneous collection of BOOKS, with tke price of each affixed, to be had by inquiring as above. OS. 24. —3aw6w Yellow Fever and Pestilential Diseases. THIS DAY 16 PUBLISHED, in one vol. oflavo. By William Young, BoolfeUer, No. ja, Second street, the corner of Chefnut street, (Priu, in boardi, 87 I a Cents) Weatiy' printed on fine American wove medium Papef, A VIEW Of the Science of Life ; On the principles eftablifted in th« elements of Medicine, of the late celebrated JOHN BROWN, M. D. With an attempt to correfl some important er rors of tlvat woi k, and cases in illufiration, chief ly feleiled from the records of their practice, at the General Hospital at Calcutta, Br William Yates (jf Chas. Maclkan. To which i» subjoined, a Treatise on the a&ion df Mercury upon living bodies, and its applica tion for tjie cure of dtfeafes of indireil debility. AndadilTertation enthe sources of Epidemicand, Pestilential diseases; in whichisattempted toprove by a numerous induction of faCts, that they ne ver arise from contagion, but are always produ ced by certain ilatcs, or certain vicifiitude« of the atmosphere, by Charles Maclkan, of Calcutta. Nov. ji. (Jiit Wantedto Hire, A Large and convonient HOUSE, in or near the centre of the city—for which a generous rem will be given; to be taken for a year, or on more for a longer term. Inquire of the Printer. Q<3. '7- eotf Tin Plates, FOR SALX BY SIMON WALKER, Pine, near Fifth Areet. December aI. Iw For SaA 'annai , ~~ Thefufi .Ship s£&Jt SWIFI PACKET, regular trader) £#VJ-XigyS.. Patrick Gibben, matter, ' WILL fail on the loth inft. (ice permitting) hashandfome acrommodationt for pafTmgers. For freight or pjtfagc apply to the mafler onborrd, at liicklay's wharf, a'ojve Markat-flreet, or N. & J. Fraaier v No. 9j, South Front-flreer. February v For Amiterdam, The Ship' •lu&gkr- farmer, Jow* M'Collom, Mafler: J WILL fail in a few days, the Saswi£ssfcfes&- greater part of her cargo' being rrtdy. For freight of fifty tons of Coffee, or paflage, apply to the matter on board, at YVal nut-flreet Wharf, or to JOHN SAVAGE. Who ii landing, out of the said Ship, from Bourdeatix, and forfale, Claret in hhds. White Wine in quarter cafltf Claret in cases, of a fupcrior quality Fontiniac, Santerne, > Wines in eafe< Lunille, J Prunes in boxes NoTcmbe 14. j For Sale or Charter, .S&j gooJ/hope tySjajsfta Will carry about 1200 barrels, and SftSSsElaZ is ready to take in a cargo. For terra* apply to Pragtrs & Co. No. 1 si, South Second-street. Who have for sale—prime St. Croix Sugar and Rum, Madera, Lisbon, and Teneriffe wine. November 7. r( t f For Savannah7~in Georgia^ THE SHIP Captain Ghisholm, A ncw vcfrel > w 'th excellent ~ ' acommodations for passengers ; Sails on the xoth December. For Freight or Paflage, apply to ROSS & SIMPSON. IVbi Las to dtjpof-e »/, A final! invoice of GLAUBER SALTS INDIGO, and a parcel of HOLLY WOOD. November tg. $ FOR S/ILB, ~~ By JOHN MILLER, jux. V Co. No. 8, Ch*taut-ftre«, One hundred and eighty bales BENGAL GOODS, 1 Amongst which are, Gurrah» Mamoodies Baftaa Sannas Ouexcaafcj Tanda CoiTae* Guzzies Emertics Blue Cloths Calicoes Palampoors Romall Handhei chiefs Amongst them are a great proportion of the manufactures of Paitna. December i. Insurance Office of the State of Pennsylvania. February I, 1798. THE Directors have this day declared a dividend of seventy dollars on each Chare of the flock of th* company, for the last fix months, which will be paid to the Stockholders or their legal repre&nta tives after the 10th inft. JAMES S. COX, Pre/,dent. February I. dljt Landing this day, From on board th« schooner Two Friends, Dan iel Crawley, Mafler, ""j Jamaica RUM, FOR SALE BY George Latimer Iff Son. nq-vemher 9. 60 Dollars Reward. ' RAN AWAY from the fubferiber, on the 24th of Decomber, 1797. a Ntgro Man, about 2 2 years old, by the name of Cato,h» is about j ieet 7 or 8 inches high.midliag well proportioned; he has a very caarfe voice, his fore teeth stand very far apart ; there were one or two with him—l cannot rightly describe the cloaths he took with him, for he took two or tfirte suits ; he had on when he went away, a pair of kersey trowfers, a half worn drab coloured coat, a half worn wool hat ; he took with him four very good Ihirts I expea he has made for Philadelphia or the Jerseys. Whosoever take* u * said negro andfecureshim, fa that the owner may get him again, (hall have the above reward, paid by me, JOHN MOORE, Living in St ill Pond, Kent county, Maryland. January 2. "6uaw Chocolate and Mustard, of a superior quality manufaQurfd, GINGER and Pepper, ground ; shelled or pearl Barley; Philadelphia Porter, Beer, Ale and Cyder ; Taunton and Burton Als ; London Porter ; red. Port and Lisbon Wine, fuitahle for exportation or home confutfiption. The highefl pi ice given for Also forfale, A quantity of Becking and common Baizes, a variety of colors; a bale of Fuilians, Shawls, &c, for sale by JOHN HA WORTH, No. 98, south Fiont-flreet »7- m.&th.t.ij.. v Samuel & Miers Fisher, ARE NOW OPEN INC, At their Warehouse, No. 27, Eock Street, a frefl, afiortment of Woolen and other goods, fuitablc to thefeafon, received by the late arrival) from Eng land. 6 Tlri have al/o for vale. I-lfbon -v Teneriffe ( Sherry, and £ ln P'P«>hhds. and quartor casks; Port Wines, j Assorted queen's ware in crates, See. loth mo- 2 td. dtwjtawtw. Employment for the Poor. FLAX rot SPINNING, To be given out every second, fourth, and sixth day morning, between the hours of 10 and 11— back of no.jx, south Fifth ftrtet, phove Spruce flren - ' eodiw *Juft Pub/i/hed, And to be had of Messrs. Dobfon, Campbell,Rice, Cary, and the other pricipal Booksellers in t*ie city.price ou« dollar, twintyfivecents,in boards, New Views of the Origin of the Tribes and Nations of America. By BENJAMIN SMITH BARTOH, m. d. Jane as.