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FOR SALE,
By George Plumsted,
No. 166. South Fiokt Stiiet.
a«o«»kolc lit ices J „
loo'hilf do. j KICI .
35 Boxes white Havanna Sugars, entitled to
dt.wh#ck
2,000 pieces Kar,keens, do. do.
Anchors weighing i7cwt. and i6cwt.
160 boxes containing tea setts of China
3S boxes of blue and white table fettlof do.
ALSO,
Boxes containing breakfaft, coffee and even
ing cups and saucers ; tea pots, cream pots, su
gar diffies, pint bowls, custard cups, flat and
soup plates and difties.
Youlig Hyson Tea
Fans
CafSa.
Nov. 3tawiw
Imported
in the brig Eliza, capt. Peterfon,from
Leghorn,
A SMALL (QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING AR
TICLES,
Bologna crape
Cambricks assorted
Silk (lockings
Fans
a few fancy ribbons
Cotton blankets icc. &c. manufa&urad at
Lucca
Pots and flicks of pomatum
Wash-balls, &e.
a lew jars Gorgona anchovies
a small aflortment of Drugs, &c.
And in the Louisa, capt. Kean,from
Bordeaux,
8c cafcs, containing 3 dozen each,
Old Irilh Claret,
of a superior quality,
40 dozen old Sauturne Wine,
of a superior quality.
FOR SALE BT
James Latimer, jr.
Nov. to eodzw
~ LANDING,
From on board <he Brig Amiable Matilda,
Richard Stites, Matter, from Cape
Nichala Mole.
43 Pains Soeks and Flannel Drawers "| W
jS Do Gaiters 1 3" J 1 "
a lio. Rug. I % Z
I Do. Havre Sacks r ° «
a Do. Flannel Trowfcrs ' 3 3" 3
a Do. Tents, j e
Also just Imported,
In rhc Ship Chesapeake, Captain Webb, f.om
Liverpool,
147 Crates of Queen's Ware,
Assorted particularly to i'uit the Weft-India
Market—For Sale by
Thomas Js" John Ivetland.
November 7 5
Bond 6c Brooks,
Corner of Market and Sixth street?,
hate received,
by the late arrivals from London, Liver
pool and Hull,
A Large and general assorment or
DRY GOODS,
Which they arc now open rg for sale, at the mod
reduced prices, for cash or the usual credit.
A,capital Stand for Business
TO let,
That large and commodious HOUSE, no. 39,
feHth Front flreet, dire<Sly opposite the Pod-Office,
together ith the (lore and cellar, on the Watcr
dttet Cdc. Enquire as ab jve.
nov- 17 $_
The Creditors
Of William Steedman and John Smith, of
the County of Northumberland, in the
State of Pennsylvania, lately trading un
der the Firm of
Stefdman Smith,
WILL TAKE NOTICE, that the Subfcribert
have made application to the Judges of the
Court of Common Pleas for the County of Nor
thumberland aforefaid, for he benefit of the several
laws of che State of Pennsylvania' pafled for the
rwiefof infolvont Debtors, and that the said Court
hath appointed the Thirtieth day, of November
nott, being the Friday of the Court of Common
Pleas, to hear us and our Credito's at Sunbury, in
the County of Northumberland, at which time and
place you may attend if you think proper.
WILLIAM STEEDMAN.
JOHN SMITH.
Northumberland, November i, 1798.
novemhar 7 iawjw
To the Creditors
Of Will'm M'Clelland, of Northumberland
County, in the State of Pennsylvania.
TAKE NOTICE,
THAT I have applied to the Judges ofthe Court
oi Common Pleas, in and for the County sf
Northumberland, for the benefit of the several laws
®f r ennfvlvania, pafled foi the relief of Insolvent
Debtors; and the Judges of the said Court have ap
pointed the Thirtieth day of November inO. it be
ing the Friday of the court of Common Pleas for
the County of Northumberland, to heai me and
my Creditors at the Court House in Sunbury, at
which time and place my Creditors may attend if
they think proper.
Wm. Mc. CLELAND.
Northumberland, November I, 1798.
r.ovember 7. iaw3w
For Sale,at the Stores of the Sub
scribers, on Walnut Areet Wharf,
19; calks of nails assorted
ao bales ef fail canvass, from No. I to 8
53 calks yellow ochre
1; tierces bottled porter, 6to 14 doz. each
Sifirit"'"! MM " Win "
Tenenffe do. in hoglheadsand pip
Old Port do. in hhd«.
Empty Claret bottles
6cafesof Ginghams,Dimities,Muflinets Acc.
assorted for the Weft-India market
4, 10, andg inch cablesand 10 coils of cordage
Writing fiates, ink (lands and prefles
10 puncheons Jamaica rum
1 bale seaming twine
(6o bundles fheatbing paper
Nicklin (j* Griffith.
April 7 tuth&f.tf
10 Be Let,
And immediate pcjfcffion Given,
A COM MOD lOUS Three Story Brick House
il with convenient back buildings, situated
at the north weft corner of Third and Walnut
ftreeU.—For terms apply to
Dr. THOMAS PARKE.
No. ao, South Fourth Street.
OAotxr a, dtf
John Dobbin,
BOOT y SHOEMAKER.
RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and
the Public in general that he carries on his
business at No 99 South Srrond-Jlrct t, nearly op
posite the Merchmts Coffee house where gen
tlemen may be ftipplied in the rrirateft and belt
1 manner—he afllirej :hufe who may pleale to fa-
Vor hirn with their commands that no attention
br exertion on his fide (ball be wanting to render
him worthy of their encouragement.
N. B. Ordersreceired will bepunilually at
tended to.
November 5
. Mailt for South-Carolina Georgia,
1 T) A CKETS are now provided for carrying the
A Public mailsby water between Philadelphia
and Charlefion. They will leave Philadelphia
on Friday's. Thepoftby land will be continu
ed twice a week antil an experiment is made in
regard to the expedition and regularity of the
packets. If any perfoti chufes to have their
letters sent by land only, they will please to
write the word Land upon the letters : other -
! wife they will be sent by that conveyance which
will firft start after the letters are left in the
pot-effice.
Joseph Haberfham,
Pqjl-Majier Gemtrl.
Philadelphia, Augujl 13, 1798. §
Bank of the United States
November 19, 1778.
NOTICE,
r_ pHE STOCKHOLDERS of the 3ank of the
JL United States are informed, that according to
the Statute oflncorporaticn,a for
twenty-five DireiSlors will be held at the Bank of
the United States, in the City of Philadelphia, on
Monday, the 7th of January next, at xo o'clock in
the forenoon.
And pursuant to ihe elev«iit!i feflion of the bye
laws, the Stockholders of the (aid Bark are also
notified to afTemble in general meeting, at the
fame place, on Tuesday, the Bth of January next,
at 6 o'clock in >he evening.
G. Simpson, Cashier.
Second Fundamental Article.
Net more than three fourths of the Directors in
office, exclusive of the President, lhall be eligibls
lor the next ensuing year, but the Direflor who
(hall be President at the time of an elc-fUoH, may
always be re.;lejSted.
November 16 m.tE
Urttverf'y of Pennsylvania,
Nov. 13, 1798.
The Medical Leftures, in the University,
will adually commence on Monday, the 26th
of this month. §\j6
„ ~ cEFTTHtTOFFICE ~
of the Board of Commissioners, under
the 6th Article of the Treaty of Amity,
See. with Great Britain, is returned to
No. 129 Mulberry street.
Nov. 12.
Horses to Winter.
HORSES taken in to Win er at Peel Hall
Farm, two miles from the City on the
Wiffahickon road.The terms may be known at.
No la, North Third-street*
nov ii eodiot
NOTICE.
SAMUEL RICHARDET, informs the Gentle
men Subscribers, that tli# EXCHANGE
is opened for their recep-ionand the CITY
TAVERN, for Gentlemen arid Travellers
Lad Spring added an addition of twelve Bed
Chambers to the fide building, which makes It
perfectly convenient.
November 6 taw
Printing ORK,
Of Every Kind,
EXECUTED AT THE SHORTEST
NOTICE,
At the OFFice of the Gazette of the
United States,
06t. 13. dtf.
JAMAICA RUM,
A Cargo now landing at SouthJlrtct wharf,
FOR SALE BT
PETER BLIGHT,
Apply at Stores on the Wharf,
WHO ALSO OFFERS FOR SALI,
BRANDY, id and 4th proof
Madeira and Port WINES, &c. See.
Nov. I- dtf
FOR SALE,
AT THIS OFFICE,
A FEW Copies of an interesting Work, in
French, entitled a History of
The Administration of the French
Finances,
DURING THE TF.AR 1706.
Also, An Historical and Political View of the
Administration of the French Republic, during
the year 1797,—ef the causes which produc
ed the
Revolution of the \th September—
And of the refulu of that Revolution.
PRICE I HOLLAR EACH.
These two political trafls, are from the pen
of the celebrated d'lvernois.and contain a thou
sand interesting disclosures of the folly, venality
and profiigacy of the different Usurpers who
have reigned in France during the latter fiages
of the horrible Revolution how pending in that
miserable and depraved country.
Nov. 3. f
To be Let,
AND POSSESSION GIVEN
ON THE I4TH APRIL ||| Xr
THE CITY TAVERN,
Now in the pofftflirm of Samuel Richardet.
Apply at this Office,
novamber 13
REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have removed their Office
from the corner of Eleventh Street, to their former
Counting House, No. 11, Penn Street.
Millings &? Francis.
N»*«mb«r 3 5
Shoe Thread, spun by the Poor,
k quantity of excellent
SHOETHREAD,
For sale, by
Newberry Smith, N0.56 North 2dJlreet,
and lfacic F. Htpper, No. 39 Pinefireet.
THE benevolent by purchafmg
of the above Thread will promote the endea
vors of a number of Persons, who hare colledt
ed a small fund which is appropriated to the
jlurpofe (jf finding employ for the Poor,
ilthrao. 19th cod3t
' forty Dollars Reward.
deserted, >
From a Detachment of Men utrier my com
mand, at Cdmf ll'ejl Schuylkill, viz.
Otfober 19.
GEORGE KELLER, 40 years of age, 5
feet 6 inches in height, dark hair and
complexion, born in Holland, no Trade, speaks
broken Erglilh and very talkative, has a di/nplc
in his chin.
November 6. John Murphy, 27 years of
age, 5 feet 7 \ inches in height, grey eves, dark
hair and complexion, born in Ireland, city of
Dublin, by trade a Hozier.
Jacob Iden, 34 years of age, s feet 6 inches
high, grey eyes, fandyhair, frefii complexion,
born in New-England, state of Conneilicut, a
repeated deserter, by trade a Blacksmith.
, November 7. William Collins, 3oyeais of
age, j feet 6 inches high, sandy hair, frelh com
plexion, grey eyes, born in Ireland, county ol
Wexford, by trade a Gardn;f, has worked for
some time about Philadelphia, be is very fond
to hear hjmfeif Sing.
All the above deserters are very much addict
ed to liquor, and will take other people's pro
pcrty if in their power, are artificially marked
on their backs, had on, when they went away,
thuir regifnental clothing. Whosoever appre
hends said deserters, (hall receive forty dollars
reward, or ten dollars for each, with all reason
able expences, by applying to meas above,
EDWARD MILLER, captain
id regiment of Infantry commanding.
nov 10 $
Goods tor Baltimore,!
Will be received at the (lores of, and for-iuarded
BY THE SUBS-CRIIJERS,
WHO, if they arc delivered so them proper
ly dircded and in order, will be ac
rountable (with the exception of accidents) for
their fafe carriage. Due attention will be paid to
dispatch.
Levi Holl'ingsivorth & Son.
nor. 16 diot
Lo Let,
A FRONT PARLOUR W CJtAMBiR,
Geentif.lly FuHNISHEb,
With or without at
No. 38, Arch street*
november 17 dtf
ALL PERSONS having any legal demands a
gainfl the estate of iVillinm ilim, iL flrd,
late of the city of Philadelphia, Tavern keeper, are
requested to furnifh thtir accounts properly au
thenticated, and all persons indebted to said estate
are r.*q Jetted to make payment to the fubfenber ill
Philadelphia.
LEVI HOLLINGSWORTH Adminr.
Oftobcr 3111, 1798.
DISTRICT OF PENNSYI.VANIA,TO WIT :
BE IT REMEMBERED,
THAT on the twelfth day
V )of August., in the twenty third year of
' A the Independence of States of
America, Benjamin Smith Barton, of the said dif
tricl, hath deposited in this office the title ol a
book the right whereof he claims as author in the
words following to wit :
" New Views of the Origin of the Tribes and j
" Nations of America—By Etnjamin Smith Bar
" ton, M. D. Corrtfpondent Member of the Socie
ty of the Antiquaries of Scotland, Member of
" the American Philosophical Society, Fellow of
" the American Academy of Arts and Sciances of
" Boston, Correfpondidg Member of the MajTa
" chufetts Historical Society, and ProfelTor of
" Materia jMnclica, Natural History and Botany
" in the Univer.ity of Pennsylvania."
In cor.l'orniity to the ail of the Congress of the
United Statcȣintitled * An a& for the encouraga
ment of learnhig by securing the copies of maps, ,
charts,and books, to the authors and proprietor,
of such copies during the timesther»in meutionad.'t
SAMUEL CALDWELL, Clerk, Dill, of Penn'
November a, 1798.
ALL PERSONS, 1
HAVING demands againit the Estate of '
Henry Schabfer, deceifed, lateofthe '
City of Philadelphia, Malfter and Shopkeeper '
are requested to jurnilh their accounts properly
authenticated and all persons indebted to said :
Estate are desired to make speedy payment to '
CASPAR W. HAINES, ) , . a
FREDERICK GAUL, j flrators. (
nth mo. 13
NOTICE "
To Owners of Carriages, and
Ritaile&s of Wine Spirits. '
IN consequence of the late Epidemic in this
City, numbers have neglefted to enter their
Carriages, also the retailers of Wine and Spi
rits to call and take out their Licences. The '
returning health of the City, the Office is re- ;
moved from Germantown to its former place, ''
No. 49 North Third-street, where those who '
have negiedled must call and pay the duty on 1
their Carriages, and those retailers take out theii '
Licences Their ready compliance will prevent *
incurring the penalty of the Law.
JAMES ASH, Collector
of the lft Survey of the \ft
~, . DiviJSon of Pennsylvania. j
Philadelphia, Office of InfpedUsn )
No. 49, Nerth Third-street. S
£3* The STAMP-PKESS it kept at this
Office.
nov 9 wiw&fjw
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
June 17, i7dß' I
Notice is hereby given, That by v't- c
tue of an atft, parted during the prafent fef- t
"j 0 " ef Conerefs, so much of the a<a entituled c
An A3 making further provision for the sup
port of public credit, and far the redemption t
"of the public debt"—passed the third day of t
March, ene thousand seven hundred and ninety- i
five, as bars from settlement or allowance, ,
Certificates, commonly called Loan Office and
final settlement Certificates, and Indents of In
ferefls, is suspended until the twelfth day o
June, which will be in the year one thousand seven 3
hundred and ninety nine.
r I!?' the U< l uida tion and settlement of the "
laid Certificates, and Indents of Interest, nt the
Treasury the Creditor, will be entitled to receive ,
Certificates of funded Three Per Cent. Stockequa 1
to the amount of the said Indents, and the arrear
r ? thdr said Prior (
to th* firft day of January one thousand fcven
hundred actd ninety one.
That the principaHums of the said Loan Office !
and final settlement Certificates, with the interest
fand e f« n ' fin "^ efirftd jy ot January, one thou- 1
fandfeven hundred and ninety one, willbedif
chirged after liquidation at the Trewfury, by the
payment of interest and reimburftment of princi
pal, equal to the sums which would have been '
P cTc -t t^ ereon ' ,f the said Certificates had been '
fubfebed pursuant to the Ads making provision
for the debts of the United States, contradcd d«r- !
mg the late war, and by the payment of other
sums equal to the market vMue of the remaining
Stock, which would have been created by such
fubfcriptiont asaforefaid, which market value will
be determined by the Comptroller of theTreafurv
OLIVER WOLCOTT,
Suretary of tic Trtafun.
' UDt law,7
T HOMiS. y joSIJUA fI.SHER,
No. 5, Dock-Street,
HAVE FOR. SALE,
I M PORTED IN DIFKfRSNT Vt3SttS,
A general assortment of
Coarse and fine Woolens,
7-3 & 4-4 Irish Linens, Shae'iiigs, Tickens &c.
Sciflet atid Cloth colored Cardinals
Hats in boxes of it dozen each
China, Nankeen Dining ferts and cups &. fauoers
Black Lutestrings, Taffatys and Sattins
Pungem Cloths and Hiimhtims, Blue and Red
Cotton, Chappals and Pullicat Romalls
China and Englilh Umbrellas
T. Crowley Millington Steel
Tin in Boxes 1-3 x
Shot, trying Pans and Weeding Hom
6d, Bd, lod, i*d Nails, isfc. iffc.
II th months daw
rcTBE RENTED
VN T I.L NIX T CI-aiNS,
And fojfeffion delivered immediately.
A HANDSOME and commodious three
(lory HOUSE, in Walnut-ftrcet near
Third-flreet, No. 58.
It has two rooms on a floor, with a ftaii-wav,
Kitchen and Wafb-houfe back, together with a
convenient yard opening upon Pear-street
and is well calculated to accommodate either a
private family, or hoarders. The terms are ea
sy and will be made known upon application to
the Cashier of the Bank of Pennfylva»ia.
nov 19
Madras and Ventapaulem
HANDKERCHIEFS,
Searfaukers and Carradarries,
of the newelt and meft approved patterns,entitled
to the drawback, jtift received,
ANB FOR SALE BY
Ale*. J. Miller ftf Co.
Mo. 64, South Front ftreeti
may 18. 5
FOR SALE,
The Cargo of the Schr. Sincerity
Benjamin Mouteith Master, from Laguira,
CONSISTING OF
945 Fenegas of Cocoa
4000 lb. of Flora Indigo
210 Bales of Cotton
4 Packages of Goat Skins
By Willing* £3* Francis.
No. Eleventh street.
jiity a: dtf
' A CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
JOHN A. SHAEFFER, «fPhiladelphia, who has
for a few year, past been in thi sou! In i ll States,
has had the effrontery to draw several Hills of Ex
change on Timothy Pickering, Ffq. Secretary of
State, and myfclf,and by that means has defrauded
a number of persons of their money, deceiving
them by an exhibition of letters and papers with the
names affixed of divers public characters and repu
table merchants highly recommendatory of said
Shacffer ; to one of thefc papers I find my name
fubferibed, but Ido not know the man ; these arc
villainous forgeries! To prevent further imposition,
1 have to request the printers of Newspapers in the
United States to publilh this far the benefit of their
fellow-citizens. SAMUEL MEREDITH,
Trtafurcr of the United States '
Trw/on, 7"h,\
Oflober 2-4, 1795. }
This Day Published,
And for laleat the Office of the Editor, No.
119 Chefhut-flreet,
(Price \-%tb of a Dollar,)
AN ORATION,
Pronounced July 4, 1798,
At tiereciuefl oLthfi Inhabitants of the Town of
BOSTON, in commemoration of the anni
versary of American Independence.
By Josiah QyrNcr.
",-Tlie inroads upon our public liberty, call
for reparation-!—TJie wrongs we have ftiftained,
call tor—Justice. That Reparation and that
Jfuftice, may yet be obtained, by Union, Spirit,
and Firmness. But to divide and conquer was
the maxim of the Devil in the garden of Eden,
and to disunite and enslave hath been the princi
ple of all bis votaries from that period to the
present."
Observcuiens on the Boston Port-Bill, iStf.p. 78
by the late J. putney, jun.
august II
This Day is Published,
ANDFORSALEBY J. FE N NO, I lp,C HES N U T-S *» R* IT
AN ADDRESS
To the People of Maryland,
ON the origin, progfefs and present state of
French aggreflion. with a sketch of the infamous
attempts t<» degrade the Government of the United
States, and some reflections on the late proceedings
in Congress; written the last of April in the pre
rent year, by a Member of the Hoitfe of Reprefen
tativw. § juneu

JOHN SHIELDS,
BROKER, I
Embraces to present his thanks ,
to Ins fello<iu-citiztns for their pajl favors ,
and acquaints them that he is returned from (
Chefnut-Hill, to his former residence, the
House ho. »a Chefnnt between Front 1
and Second-street,
"VTTHERE he holds himfelf readv to execute J
* V their commands in every branch of his
profeffion, trtfting that from a residence in this
city of 35 years he has it in his power to render
them eflential fervi'ce, alluring them that his
commiflion lhall be as low as any in Town.
Lotts, Lands, Houses, Vefiels, Certificates
of every description and Bill* of Exchange,
bought and fold, thedocketts carefully exam- I
ined and clear titles made upon the Ihortell no-
ticc, by the public's humble servant,
John Shields.
CJ" Good negotiable No«es discounted
it a low premium,
novemher 7 3awtf
■■.' ■ ■ I
yust Imported,
Iron cannon, double fortified, Woolwich proof, '
with their carriages complete—3, 4, 6 and 9
pounders. 1
Carronades, Woqlwinh proof, with carriages, fltc.
complete— la, j 8 and 24 pounders.
Cannon powder in "kegs' of ajlbs. each
Round, double-headed, and cannifter fliot
I'atent Iheathing capper, bright, aflortcd 18, 7,0,
ii, 14, »6 and 18 or per square foot, ftieets 48
by 14 inches, fuitatle for v<ff«ls from 100 to
1000 tons
| Copper nails, bolts and spikes
Boarding Pikes,
Common cutlalfes
liunnera stores of all kinds
I ili-plates No 1-1-3 cross boxes
Patent (hot in calks qf jewt. each
London porter and Mrowu ftaut, in calks ef 7 dot.
bottled.
Earthen wart i H c.ates, aflWted
For Sale ly
SIMON WALKER,
„ „ . Pine near jth street.
October a 9. cu tl
For Sale,
B1 THE SUBSCRIBE R%,
500,006 weight of Java Cofi'j c
OF THE FIRST QUALITY, '
LANDING from onboard the ftiip Cleopatr,
Captain Wills, from Batavia. '
Willings & Francis,
No. 41, P#nn Street
november 16 * *
TORJALE,
By the Subscriber,
Belfaft Canvass, No. 1, to 7
On moderate terms for Cilh or i lhort credit
James Lyle,
South Seventh-Jlreet, near Che/nut.
nov 16
Notice is hereby
That application will be made at the Tret
fury of the United States for the renewal
of the following certificates of Six per Cents
funded debt—standing in the name of R„hJ,
mifau of Calcutta in Bengal, Surgeon in the
service of tht honorable United Company df
merchants of England trading to the Eaft-In.
dies, which were loft from en board the Swal"
low-Packet, capt Kidd, from Falmouth to New.
x,° rk ' o « Do "'- Cti.
No 10,444, Keg. office 14th Dec.
1793, one certificate for jjj. .
No 10,478, Reg. office 17th Dec.
1793 i one certificate for
Ellijion & John Perot,
nov eod6w
NOT I~CK7~
A L f Pfrfon »|>aving claims upon the Efiafe
j ° i a r me j Thorb »rn, Stonecutter, deceaf
*l' Ftl* present thfm for payment—
"nces to ' t0 m fhtir Wpedite bal-
Mrnjaibin W. Mori-it, admrnijlrator.
nov 14
— 3aw?w
TO Bfc RENTED,
( And immediate pojjifficn given,)
\ LARGE three fto.-y BRIiJK HOUSE
-L V situate in Walnut-ftreef— The rooms are*
commodious, airy and private—from which,and
its central pofit ; on, it is thought to be an tliei
bh- nidation for a Public Office. For term*, en
quire of BEN J. IV. MORRIS.
Alp, A commocfkms Ware Houle. in Taw
lor's Alley. '
OiStobtr V). 3tawiw
£duca hon.
Samuel Moon, jun'rs School
IN CHURCH ALLEY,
IS open again, for inflru<9ing Girl, in Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography'
including the Elements of Geometry, and the use
of the Globes—From the great encouragement he
ha» hitherto received, he refpeflfully solicits a con
tinuance of the favours of his Friends and the
Public.
cJ- An Evening School,
For B 0 T S—Kept at the fame place.
rrmo 6th. \)8 iiwiw
- 1 T- ' ' . .
Whereas the certificate of two
(hares of the Bank of the United States in the
name o Samuel Atnory, of London, banker,
No 3ißz,iflued in lieu of 11593, 11594, were
forwarded from London by the Britilh packet
Countefj, of Leicefler, capt. Dodd, bound for
New-York, which packet was captured by the
French, and the fatt certificate lolt; and for the
renewal of which, application is made at said
Hank, ajid all perl'ons concerned are desired t»
take noUc.
CLIENT BIDDLE.
Fhila. Oift. 26, 1798. eo6w
FOR SALK
Rice, in whole and half Tierce*
She.-ry, and} Wl>J _
Tor trifle J WINES.
Carolina and Georgia Indigo.
AND A PARCEL OF
Shipping Furs and Skins.
Apply to
N. £j? J. Frazier,
No. 95, So. Front Street'
november 13 3taw3W
Notice is hereby given,
THAT application will be mad,: to the Treafii.
ry of the United States, for the renewal of tht
following Certificates of Six Per Cent Funded
Stock, (landing in the name of Join Carhonill, ef
London,, the said Certificates having loft on
board the Swallow Packet, Captain Kidd. froa*
Falmouth to New-York.
No. 3072 1 Cert, for zooo dolls. ~l
2964 1 do. 5000 >
IO »5 77 1 do- 3000 j
Willtngs £3" Francis.
Philadelphia, avguft 30. eo6*r
Notice is hereby given,
THAT application will be made to the treafory
of the Wnited States for the renewal of the follow
ing certificates of fix per cents, funded debts, ftand
in the name of 'Jane Oabricih Rigaud t of Geneva,
which were loft Irom on board the Swallow Pacta
et, Capt. Kidd, from Falmouth to New-York.
Go lit.
No. 3195. Reg. office 19th May '95, icert. for 1000
13,181. do. 14th do. do. 1 do. for 3509
Willing & Francis.
R. TAYLOR,
MUSIC PROFESSOR,
NO. 96, NORTH SIX T H-ST REE T,
Respectfully informs the PubKc that
he continues to teach Ladies the J'iant-
Forte as usual.
Nov. 6. tuthsa
Bank of the United States.
November J4, 1798.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
THAT application will be made at the Trea
sury ot the United States for the renewal
of a Certificate of Six per Cent Funded Debt,
No. 15,348, for 18,782 dollars, 33 cents, dated
Register's Office, January Bth, 1798, iflued is
the names of William Willmk, Jan tVtllink,
Nicholas iff Jacob Van Stafiborjl iff Huhbard t
Trustees lor sundry money-lenders in Amster
dam ; which was forwarded the tlthof Janua
ry, 1798, under cover to Nicholas Obbes, esq.
and lolt by the captuie of the ffiip Columbus,
captain Skinner,from New-York for Amfterdatu
G. Simpfon, cq/b'r.
nov 14 iaw6w
Horses to Winter.
HORSES will be taken in to winter at P«8-
stfEc-r Hill, at the 12 Milestone, 011 th«
Cnftol rtud ; they will be well fed witb clover
and timothy hay, well littered and cleaned, and
will also have a large field to exerc'tfe themfelvf
in wlieu the weather is good.—Enquire of Mr.
IVh.tam B.U, mtrehaßt, Watet llrect, or on tlx
ptemifes.
Nov. 7 wf 4

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