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The reports of an wmiftice having been
concluded with the Chouans. by General Hfdouville, are untrue. I I \ By a gentleman from Lancaster, we learn tl at, a rcfolve had been laid en the table of the Hoyfe of Reprefentativei of this State, by Mr. Penrofe, for the removal ot the feat of Government back again to ihia eity. The fubjeft wat to have come before the House Jrellerday ; and, it it expefted, there ia a majority in favor of it. The,noted Lankford Hhok, has been lately fentencedln the Supreme Court of this State, to four years imprisonment ; on ConviflioH of four several Larcenits. 4 II .Before judgment had been pafled, it is said, Dr. Leib ligned a petition to the Go vernor for his pardon. * * Frejident of the Uni'ed States of Amcr'tcai TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONC RN PETER COLLIN, Esq. having pro duced to me his commiffi n as Vice Cunful of hi.-. Majesty, the King of S'.veden, for the state ®f Maryland, 1 Do hereby recog tiiie him as such, and declare him free to txercife and <nj y such fnn&ions, powers and privileges as arc a.Uwed to Vice Con suls of his said Majesty the King of Swe dtn. ; ♦ (L. S.) By the President of the United States, NOTICE IS HERSBT GIVEN. , That by the aft « further to ftjfpend the commercial intercourse between the United Stales and France, and the dependencies thereof." in operation from and after the feeond instant, the whole island of Hifpari oja shall, for the purposes of the said aft, be c#iifidered as a dependency of the French Republic. Not, however, to repeal or an nul the proclamation of the President of the United States, hereto iflued, for permitting intercourse with certain parts of that Isl and. is a nk n(h ■ dtf DtZ, Cufhm Houfi, March 4. The (hip Light Horse, Gibfon, from Bre men, and fchr. Regulator, from HavaHna, are in the river. ta of Let icck It fee Arrived yeftcrday, brig Nancy, Creigh ton, 21 days from Cape Francois. Sailed in company with brig Betsy and Peggy ; schooner William, M'Bride, fcr Baltimore, and fchr. Maria, for Alexandria. Capt. C. failed on tie loth February, at which time there were rio United States vefi'els in the harbour, nor any account of any veffcl ha»ing been detained by Touf faint. The General Greese, in company with 2 other United Sta'es veflels, were cruizing off that port On the day of filing, spoke thf United jtates fliip Conftuutinn, capt'ii ; Ta!bot, who informed cf :he taking of the Two An gela. But this intelligence was not receiv ed at the cape " hen capt. C. failed. will, • live and S an We furthfr learn by this arrival, that a number of Touflaiijt'a who were besieging Jaquemel, had been inveigled in to that town by the enemy, by whom they were all cut to pieces—that the siege, how ever, continued, and that a fqnadron be longing to Touflaint, who were on their way to the bite of Leogane to co operate with his land foriea, had been fallen in with by the English and all capture ). Arrived—Schooner Fani.y, J. Burtwell, ; 14 days from Antigua, via. Turks Island, came pafTenger Captain J. Austin, February 18th, m lat. 35, long. 72, (poke a brig from Bremen, Captain Alverd Meyer, bound to Baltimo'e, outli2, days, short of wa ter, Captain Burtwell supplied them. Left at Antigua, the armed skip Man chester, Cox, from Spain, b< und to Phila delphia, blown off the coast, leaky and dif raaded. Brig Neptune, Dodge, from Wif eaffet, dismasted and much (haltered Sloop Lois, Brown, from this port, dis masted. — 1 cail to of Dr. The li(lref« Dame honcft. s what o hontjl doors poJi i by a nn old ingen- •. Be id mor- arrived, Ship Severn, Sheffield, Brig Speculator, Hazard, never to litar rs, tfo' Schooner Success, Jones, from this port to Tubsgo has put into Bermuda in dftrefs. 13 days out, with the less of fails, rig ging &c. Schooner John, Cook, has fafe arrived at Jamaica. Brig Franklin, Watson, from Nt" Lon don baa fafe arrived at St. Vincents in 35 days. It fitu -6 truly be fecn ecentljr I, with- EO-opp ff*ry in lore ge- t> . | i happens his way Is he at l at ths V Wi |CTr* Letters for the Britilh Packet the Harlequin, for Falmouth, via. Halifax, will be received at this office, until Monday, the 10th of March, at twelve o'clock noon. N. B. The inland pottage to New-York must be paid rreft to ;ht fervc JOHN AD^MS, IN TeQimo-y Whereof, I have caufedtbefe leitertto be made pat nt. and the fcal of the United Slates to be hereun to affixed. Given under my hand, at the City of Phi ladelphia the twentieth day of February, in the year of our lord one thonfand eight hundred, and of the Inde pendence of the said Hates the twenty f ntih. JOHN ADAMS, TIMOTHY PICKERING, Secretary of Stale. NEW YORK, March 7 Baltimore, Mar eh 4. New London, March 5. Keiv York, March 7 POST OFFICE, Philadelphia, Feb. 27. CONGRESS. MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Fruday, March 7. The amendments of the Senate to the bill declaring the alTent of Congress to certain a£ls of the dates of Maryland and Georgia ; were referred to the committee of revi'.a! and unfinilhed business. Mr. Kitchell presented a petition of H. Douglafs and C". praying a duty may be laid on the importation ot coach trimmings fufficient to encourage the manufaflure ot thole articles 111 the United States. Re ferred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufaihiies. Mr. Spaight, from the committee appoint ed for that purpose, reported a bill to alter the times of holding the diflriil court cf North Carolina ; which was read a firft and second time, and committed for Monday next. Mr. Harper presented a petition of about 50 families, residing in a trail of territory teded by the Hate of South Carolina to the United States, tlaling that they were left unprotested and unacknowledged by any civil authority, and praying to be placed under such government as Congress in their wil'dom may fee fit. Referred to a felett committee to consider and report thereon. Mr. Macon presented a petition of a nuin toer of th» inhabitants of North Carolina, on the fubjett of lands ced-d to the Unitrd States by that (late. Referred to a Weft committee, The houfti took up the unfinished business of ytfterday, and the question will thehoufe agree with the committee of the whole in then' disagreement to Mr. Livinyfton's re ibl tit ions ? being' under consideration— Mr. Martha) went into a very lengthy difcuflion of tl»e fubje&—-and w«s followed by Mr. Dana, again ft the resolution's. An adjournment wss then called far and carried—;iyes 50, noes 48. Legislature of Pennsylvania. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Saturday, February 15 The committee to whom was referred th e 11 th instant, the petition ot a number ol th inhabitants of Wheatfield townihip, Weft n>oreland county, praying the removal from office of Samuel Elder, a justice of peace in said county, made report, which was read as follows, rii. That tlwy have l.ad the fubjeft referred to them under consideration, and it appears that from an examination of documents in the office of the. Secretary of the common wealth, the said Samuel Elder wa? com iniffioned «s a justice of the peace for the townlhip of .Wheatfield, on the 2i day ot February, 1797 ; and that he -was naturali zed in a court of nili prius held at Stinbury in the county of Northumberland, on the 12th day of April, 1799. From the above facis, the committee are of opinion that the fa*.d Samuel Elder was not qualified to exercise the duties of said office at the time he was coxnafiflioned : I hey therefore offer the following resolution, viz. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to draft an address to the Governor, reque uing that f.tid Samuel Elder may be reprov ed from the office of justice of peace, which he now holds in the county aforeiaid. Ordered to lie on the table. On motion cf Mr. Blair, fcconded by Mr. Snyder, Resolved, That the committee appointed on the law of the State, of Maryland., enti tled u An ac\ to incoiporate a comi any for the purpose of cutting and making a canal ; brtween the nyer Delaware and the Giefa pcake bay," be infhu&ed to enquire and re port on the expediency or inexpediency ol repealing the third te&ion of the aft of AiTembiy, entitled u \n act to enable the Governor of this commonv,e-Ith to appoint commiflioners to ascertain the befi ronte tor, and mode of effecting a communication be tween the waters of the Delaware and Chesa peake bay, and appropriating a sum of money for opening 1 the navigation of the river Sui quchanna clown to the Maryland line ; also to enquire and report, if at this time there arc any measures which ought to be taken on the part of this State, for obtain ing the concurrence of the ot the State of Delaware, for the pnrpofe of effect ing the aforeiaid canal. Six per Cent. lfc/4 to J Three per Cent. 9f l ° Deterred 6 per Ont. 15/4 8 per Ont Stock— a\ per Cent, advance, United States, 25 — Pcnnfylvania, 18 —North America, 47a Infurante coinp. N. A. (hares 4to 5 P er cenr.be low par - Pennsylvania, (hares, i 3 percent, a.'v Baft-India Company of N. A. 10 per cent advance j Land Warrant?, 32 dolls, per 100 acres. d-ys Cbarlefton 11 Bay of Hon duras 36 COURSE OF EXCHANGE London, 6a at 30 days 6o at V: a 90 day Amderdam, 35 .17 i ico per fori'. Hamburgh 30 i3a-iooper MarkS-rco A comfortable and pieaOntly situated HOUSE, in Arch Street, between Third and Fourth N. B Several Gentlemen, now Board ers in the house, will remain there, if agree able to the person who may incline to rent the fame. Enquire at the Office of this Gazette. March 8. d2w PRICES OF STOCKS, Philadelphia, March 5 For Rent, Streets, NEW THEATRE, On Monday evening, March 10, Will be prcfented, (not a&ed these 3 years) a much admired comedy, caiicd THE MERCHANT OF VENICE Written by Shakespeare• To which will be added, not a<fled these a years a musical farce, called THE DEAD ALIVE, Written by the author of the Poor Soldier, C3-ZORINSKI; or the Polish Con fed khacy, was received on Friday Fven ing with difhnguiflwd applause, it will be repeated on Wednesday, with a muf.cal en tertainment written by O'Kee&j called the Positive Man, on Shore. Pox. one Dollar, Pit, three quarters ©f a dollar, Gallery hilf a dollar. The doors of the Theatre will oprn at a quarter past 5, and the curtain rife at a quarter past fix. TO THE PATRONAGE CF A liberal and enlightened Community IS SUBMITTED THE PROSPECTUS A New Daily Paper, TO BE FUBLVSHI.O UNDER THE TITLE OI THE OBSERVER, Daily Repository of uleful Information. IT will doubtleft be deemed a hazardous un dertaking to present to llic public eye propo sals for a new Gazette, when so many arc al ready in polTeflion of the poblic patronnge. News-papers so much more gene-ally diffuf ed throughout America than perhaps any other portion of the globe, may become either en gines of oiifchiet or the implements of iifefu'r.efs —they difleminate good, or scatter poison, among thou'ands ; and although it may be pre fumptlious in the Editor of that now proposed to expeift that its utility will be great, yet he tnav be admitted to declare, that it fliall not willingly h© made the means of doing evil His endeavors will be applied to render 7h Obfewer in some degree conducive to the at :ainment of knovrledge as well a3 tc the com Tuinicalion of i.ews —to enlighten the undtr landing—to improve the morals —to beget, o o confirm, a reverence tor tiiefacred principle f Christianity. For this purpose it is intended — To furnifh tlie moll recent foreign and domeftit intelligence ; To give ufeful Prices Current at home ant abroad, and othercommercial information ; To feleifl from literary prodtidlions such por tions as may gratify taste and induce improve ment ; To unfold :nd enforce found andjuft views ot government: To aid the great intereOsof piety and morality. To present occasionally Removal of Medicines. mprovements in the arts and fcießces—in agri- TUHA/t A Q ft AvTflM culture and domestic economy j 1 IiCJiVIAD UJ^AllvJiN Proceedings of the General and State Leglfla- -q K?P•CTFULLY informs his friends and th tures i iv public in general, that he ha# remov'd th Reportsof the Heads of Departments, and of w hole Stock in trade of the l&te firnvof J. J. MA L interefling eifes adjudged in thfcfoveral courts COM & co. drutrgift'? to sign of FothergillsGoldei of the United Sta:e°, &c. Head, No. 97 :,outh Second Street, dirtdly oppo Reviews of foreign and domestic literature ; fitc to the L'ity Tavern, where the business in all Anecdotes and charters of dittinguithed per- its branches will be conduce! us heretofore incon iona<;e? ; junilion with WILLIAM LF.HM.aN, under the 'tatillical fable: ; of WILLI AM LEHMAN St Co. Meteorological cbfervatirns ; j Ma*ch 6. \p])ointcn«nts ; . * ~ .. airn n .c, PiviKs, Deaths... The Subscriber With these rropofals the ftibfcriber diffident- r-pi/RFS thi» method of once more v lubmitS himfelf to the public. He is well j (hc public, that the partnership of Motes j h i« not fufiicient 'hat an individual (const ware of the importance ar.d magnitude of the ch , in . ; an j Robert M'C lure, which vvw .nter- 1 dcMnp hitL.eli l>ul one ) fball conclude, inftaac inde.ukir.g Soliciions for the fateof his na- et [ j,'to for'he purnofe of retailing Goods in the of fubfcribifijj.to purchase the book when pub ivc land, and viewing with anxious fe:«rs and t(nvn 0 f Weft Liberty ami Commonwealth ofVir- li&eU. as lo»:. • of the members of the Houle o, i pes the Cucrii v a government created by eil n , on the tenth day o! he joint exertions of wisdom and virtue, and o<i ur.th day of Augu-t 17-0. agreeable, to the f-r, however mifh 1! am obliged to theie, the ondiufied witU lour,d policy and genuine pa- u «in f Ipulaud in their :n-tide of c;partnerf»iip; the loli of many ONES Inscriptions may lole riotifm, he feels hiintelf sincerely iaterefted in j MOSES CHAPLINE. mc * ll_ie r3CC ' and * book may never be pub iromi t.n;- such and piincjple, as he i ! ifhed. I repeat, that nothing i. to be paid in elievea efTemiat to public hacpineiaJar.d nation- | February Ml taw6w. advance, And am, very refped!fully, Gtntlemen, Your humble servant. CONDITIO yS I. The Obfewcr (hall be printed with a neat ! type*, and on paper of equal fiz? and quality j with the present Phihdelphia daily papers. ! 11. It shall be pubiiihed every evening, and regularly sent to the ho<ifes of the city fubferib ers —To others it w;l! be forwarded acc rding toth-ir refpetflive in(lru<flions. 111 The price will be Eight Dollars per an ni »n to those who reflde in the city—a-d Aine Dollars a'! others The additional dollar is to defray the expcnce of enclosing and diredl• i«g their papers IV One half of the price to be paid at tke rime of fubferibing, and the other half at the ex piration of twelve rom the publication o! the firft number. The succeeding payments to he half yearly. u /«nd V- Advert feme» s that do not exceed in length the breadth of the column will be 67 cents for the firrt, and 33 'entsfor every addi tional Infertiori Thole ot greater length will be charged in the fame rr portion. ZACHARIAH POULbON, jun, March 8, ißor. fmwf Orations and Eulogiums 77':t Day Published-, ? > > O. BY J. ORMROD, No. 46, Chcfnut rcet, (price 31 cents) ORATION ON THE SUBLIME VIKTUtS OF GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. i N attachment wm lately illued nu> j r the in /V ferior K-urt of common picas of the county of Effcx. in the Oaf- of New Jcrfrv. dircled to the fhcriff of the laid county, against the ri;v credits, n-.onics and ess.-its, good- ?rd ch-.tn'l-, 'aniisSnd tenements ct Jtbn Cltvti Synmcs at the nit of William IVtil,, in a plea of twfpJfa on the afc to his damage three thnufand dolla:- And nimas, the ftid (heriff ,'H, at rh- f j'ubc last pall, return'to the faJdn oiirt that hai attached thedef-ndant hy a certain i.ond given ty IN THE PRESS) Matthias Denman an.'< Samuel Meeker to t'..'faid , , ... , ~r , J .„„ 1 defendant, to the amount of near two thousand And will be published nt* 1 week. alfohv si«, law! warrant, Mr. Chatiruon's Oration 25 AW there/art, *:nlefs the said John Cleves Mr. Vining's do. ?5 Stmmesfliall appear, give facial bail, and receive Rev. John B. Linn's Poem on the death of .1 declaration at the suit of the plaintiff, judgment Gen. Washington, after tbe manner of »M be entered against him, and his property f f-e'n attached, will i<; 1,-ilcl agreea !> l.y to the . < f.suite in i itch cafe tr.ade avd prov ; ded. Hourly exwfied, Dr. Lt.-.n aniTOe MaVor.s Oration*j Kew-Yor~. Aaron Ogden, Clerk, kc By Fifh«r Aim's. At f£>t same place may b* bad, Major Jack lon's Eulogism Dr. Smith's Oration Mr. Morris's, do. Gerer-1 Lee's do. Judge Bayard's do. March 8 IN THF. INTERIOR OF 4\FRICJf, Is now in the Press of James Humphreys, And will befinilhed with all the ex .edition possible • THE CONDITIONS A*?, ' IT is in large ©£tavo, on a bcauclul vellum pa per, a neat type, and will be illustrated with a large elegant MAP of the route of)vfr. Park thro* Africa. The price to fuhferibers will be two dollars and an hah for it neatly bound and lettcf sd. The SubfcrfLc snames to be printed in the be ginning of the hook. Note.—lt will be nqcefiary for tiofe who wifli to be pofltfled of the above celebrated vvoj k on the superior paper to fubferi! e for it fooc., as there will be but a few copies printed more than what it is imagined w'»ll befubferibed for. Subscriptions are received by faii Humphreys, at No. 106, south fide of market ft feet. AND Cents "4 IS4 «6t. | Elizsbe:b •.ovn.Jn'iy 8, j'?9J (it) jowlira MUNGO PARK' 3 TRAVELS, FRIN TING EY SUBSCUIPTIQN, march 8 For Sale, BY THE ?CBSCRI3KR, A QUA 7» TIT YOF Excellent RICE, In whole and half Tiercrs, GREEN COFFEE, IN BAGS, And a few boxes of Mould (,'an(!l-:s. JOSEPH SHOEMAKKtt, Jun No. 8, So. Front Street* d i w. March 8 A NEW MUSICAL REPOSITORY IS NOW OPENED At Chalk's Circulating Library, No. 75 Nbrtb Third Street, WHER E may be had, all the Fcjhionable Music compofin£ the fangs &c. lately fold at the Repository in Sourh Second Street. To which, in a few days, will be added, some PIANO FORTES of a very superior tone and qHality, Flutes, Fifes, Violin?, best Romai Violin Strings, and every other article in the musical line, which will be lold in prime order, and oh the mod reasonable terms. Subscriptions received for the Mufital Journal lor the Piano Forte, a d the Flute or Violin, thw firft fix numbers of which are already pub lifted, and iway he purchased together or frparately by non-fubferibers. March 6, 180©. NOTICE. 'T"HE public are hereby informed, the late Copartnerlhip in trade between the Sub scribers under the name and firm of John James Malcora & Company, is this day by mutual content difolved and ended. JOHN MALCOM, THOMAS CLAYTON. ( March 4) February »i WANT 3 A SITUATION, A3 SERVANT in a genteel family, or to at tend on a single gentleman, a young man lately from Eure. c, underuauds his buQucfs and can be wcil recommended. Please to dircA a line to W T to be U r t with the Printer of this paper, will be duly attended. March 7 2t TO BJi SOLD, Or Rented for a term of Tear A LARGE TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE, With a Lot thereunto belonging, SITUATE in Duck Creek, Cross Reads Kent County, Stare Delaware, fronting on the Man Street, there are on the lower Floor* five Rooms and an Entry, with a number of well finifhed I'ooms up Stairs, a Cellar under the whole Building, a Brick kitch en, a 1 ump of good Water, with a Stable, Car riage House and Sheds, the whole Improvements are in good repair. The Seat is well calculated for either a Store or Tavern, the latter.of which ir has been occupied for a number of years with conf)<~'« rahle success. The situation i« dry and the Country around being very healthy aifd a pl.ee of confiderabV Trade, it will be well worth the attention of any person wishing to purchase or rent. 0- For further particular apply to the Sub fctiber at the alortfaiil place. JOHN CUMMINGS January 8, WHEREAS, NO RISK! To Merchants, Store Keepers and Trajef- men in general,. &c. \TTou tvill obligt me by rcttJ'rf* tits r.'vtrlijcrrc't tbrovgb*ut ] I RESPECTFULLY invite y»>u either to iVf City Tavern, Hardy's Hotel, Francis' HotrU the Indian Queen, Dunwo tly's i'avern, t!i«? Franklin's Head, or to the George, to e*arui«« a specimen of Hewlett's Tables of D'fcount rr Interest, on every Dollar, from Ito 2,c00 ; *>n every ten, from acoo to ajco ; on every fifty from 1500 to 3000 ; and on evei y five liuudreu from 3000 to 5000 ; fro-4i one day to 64 days inclusive, at fix per cent, compriliwg in tne whole, upwards of one hundred and thirty two th'j>ufand ore hundred and fifty calculations of difconnt ; all performed according to the equi table principles of the Hanks, and as pra&ifed between individuals throughout the United States ; being a perfe<ft fta»dard on the fuVjedl : with notes, ibewiog how to life the tables at five, seven and eight per cent, reckoning either 360 or ,65 days to the year, and the mode of calculation on cents ; to wi:ich is added, the principles of computation of the various ex changes between each Srate refpe&ively, and between ihef? and London and Paris, at differ ent rate" of exchange. The work is dedicated, by permiflion, to the Prsfident and Dire&ors of the Bank of North A merit a, and has already received the patronage of John Adams, President of tiie United States; of Thomas Jfffsrson, Vce Presi dent of the United ?tates and Frefident of the Senate ; of a number of the Senators and Members of the lioufe of Reprcfentatives of the United States ; and of the riefidents and Di re dlors of the different Bank-; tinanimoufly : a lilt of the who! j is printed and attached to the specimen book. The preface to the specimen explains, among o her matters, the merhods to be puriued to render the uvrk peifc<slly accurate—and gen tlemen who will reftfvft on thole methods will agree in the fa<s>. Every one will acknowledge the arduoufnefs of the undertaking. The expences, independent of any compenfa tfon for my trouble, will require a sum between three »nd four th'>ufawd dollars, which is two ; mveh to hazard—all miift depend therefore up on a general fubferiprion ; for unless fifteen hundred fubferihers are obtaiue , it would ccr- tainly he imprudent to execute the woik. Subscribers can run no riik, as the book (which will be quarto, from aoo to 225 pages, or knore—price two dollars) is not to be paid for until delivered rit'omufly conformable to my engagements exprefiVd in the conditions affixed to the specimen, which- consists of fix detached pages of the woik. A table of aU the post towns in the United States, and feme other ufeful information (not expreflrd in the title) will follow the computa tions of exchanges between this country and England and France » and provided, gentktnen, that a fufliciefct number of you. come forward and fubferibe, a further addition (hall be made of t>hc coins and money of account of the prin cipal maritime trading places in RuJJia, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, PruJJiay Poland, Germany % Holland, Flanders, Span, Portugal, Italy, and in several of the windward and leeward Weji India Ijlar:ds % the whole reduced to dollars and cents; and the mode of computing the exchange with those places explained ; alfe, a large Iheet table of calculations at compound interelt at 6 per cent, to which the notes for 5, 7 and 8 per cent, will apply—-the tabh9 ufeti in banks for the determination of the value of ; and the interest for each month from one to twelve months, which will make the work itill more acceptable to persons living in the country as well as in town ; and upon the whole, I am con fident, that th»B book will be found as generally ufeful and convenient as any matter of fa«£l-per formance that ever entered a counting house or aawtf. lawtf. Jcccrnptant Bank North America. Postscript. Gentlemen who have bufinefsat either of the Banks, or at the Philadelphia Li brary, will have an opportunity of fuhferibing there, as well as at the Taverns, &c. before mentioned Cosy right secured ac-cording to act of Con gress. arch 6 WATER-OFFICE. Centre Square, Felteuary 5, 1800. IN compliance with the inftruftions of the Committee for watering the city, and witk my own inclinations, every possible admit tance and information has been given to those citizens who have visited the Works during their progress. The Engines are now arrived, and are immediately to be put up, and it is hoped that it will be thought rea sonable and just, both to the Public, and to the Contraftor for the Enpines, that the workmen ftiould not be interrupted. Asa very few months will fully gratify the cu rioflty of the citizens, by (hewing them the Engine* in full operation, a temporary ex clusion of ail vifitorsfrom the Engine house« cannot appear improper. i; \v 3m. B. H. LATROBE, Engineer. February 13. dtf. REAL ESTATE, WILL BE SOLD, At Public Vendue, on Saturday, 15tb of A three story Brick House, ATS'D large Kitchen, with Swo orthreebuild ing lots, adjoining the faint, situate on the corner of King and High Streets Wilmington. Also, a two story brick house, &c. Ctuate on tha north fide ot the upper market house, Wilming ton. I.ikewife a lot of excellent marlk in Bran dywine, of about two aires and a half. Ii it thought UKtt:ceflary to particularize this pro perty, as it is prelunactl thepurchafer will incline to view it. The conditions will be made known i «.n the ('ay of sale. SAMUEL & JOHN ADAMS. Wilmington, (Del.) Jan, 17. www. JOHN KOWLETT, T&S&eW FOR SALE• March next.