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Yrorn tbe BOSTON A fiuA#7irr OF WINDOW GLASS, Of different sizes % FOR SALE BY ISAAC HARVEY, JWN. N. B. Any fizc or fires that may br 1 wanted tut larger than 18 by i*_can be had from said maoula&o ry, on being ordered; and attention given to forward on anv orders that may be left for that purpose Apply at No. 9, South Water-street, a» above. 3U»y 8 dfcf WAR DEPARTMENT, PROPOSALS WILL be reeled at this Office until the seventh day April next for cutting out cloathing for the Army of the United States.— The proposals inufl fpecify the price required for cutting out each of the several articles, to wit, Horseman's cloaks, regimental coat®, vests and overalls. PROPOSALS willailb.be received until the seventh day of April next for the delivery of five thousand hats and twenty thobfand ihirts. The hat 6 to be made of good wool to be well naa liufaflured, fuil cocked, bound with narrow black binding, the fan ©r part eight inch es bread, fides and corners fix inches The Ihirtfr to be of linen equM in quality with the pattern article, and to be as well made as he (aid pattern. One half of the hats and (hirts to b6 dcliver- on or before the firft day of June next, and the remainder on or before the fir it day ot July next. Patterns of the federal articles may be seen at the Military Stores kept by John Harris, on the wharf between Arch and Race ftieets. Security will be required. JAMES Mc. HENRY, Secretary of War. dtj A. Mirrh 7 WATER-OFFICE. Centre Square, Fcbeuaiy 5, 1800. IN compliance with the inftru&ions of the Committeefbrwatefhig the city, and with my own inclinations, every poiTible admit tance and information has been given to thole citizens who have vifitod*the Works during their prcgrefs. The Engines are now arrived, and are immediately to be put up, and it is hoped that it -will be thought reu fonableand just, both to the Public, and to the Contractor for the Engines, that the workmen should not be interrupted. Asa very few months will fully gratify the cu riosity of the citizens, by shewing tbetn the Engines in full operntion, ,a temporary ex cltifion of all vifitorsfrom the Engine houses cannot appear improper. B. H. LATR.OBE, Engineer, February 13. dtf. THE UNDERSIGNED, HIS Swedish Majesty's Consul Genera!, and au thorized to tra?fn& the Consular Bufineis, for his Majefly the King of Denmaak in the United States of America, residing a? Philadelphia, Hereby gives public Notice, That in obedience to recent i:;4trudioiis received from his government, it i> .the duty of all Ma Piers of Swcdifli and Danifti veffcL, before thwir failing from any port in the said States, to call upor him or the Vice Consul in ovdes to be granted such Certificates for their Cargoes, which the exigency of the (late of the Neutral Commerce ana the fe ver 1 Decrees of the Belligerent Vovver t, render indifperfably necefliry, ar»r«, that any Maftcr oi vessels belonging to the rdpeitive nations, or na vigating under the ptote&ion of thoir flags, in omitting to tnke such certificates, will personally ftaijd refpoafible for the consequences. RICHARD SODERSTROM. Philadelphia, 18th December, 1799. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE, About 25 acres of Land, LAYING on the east fide of the Falls Road.— On the East it is bounded by property belong ing to Mr. Tench Francis, fen.—on the south, hy a road «f two perches, and on the north by a lane, which separates it from Mr. M'Call. It is propo sed to divide this land into 3 equal parti in order to suit the purchafcrs-. Also, 31 acres, fituatcd on the weft fide of Gerir.antown roid, adjoining Mafters's estate, being part of th« proparty of the late Samuel Mifßm. For terms apply to Samuel Mifflin, corner o( Market md 11th streets. January 24- dtf. TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. RAN away oh Saturday evening the 13th July mftant, from CtJebrook Furnace, LancafUr county, a Negro Man named Cato, he k about 40 years of age, five feet fix or se ven inches high, tolerable black, with a down iM look, fquints> he is a cunning artful fellow, a great liar, and very fond of strong liquor, has been brought up to the farming bufineis, is very handy at any kind of laboring work ; he took with hirn a number of clothing, amongst whij;Ji were, one l'uit pJain Naikeen ; ffome raoncy). It is expetfted he has ftiaped his course for Philadelphia or New York. *•(•* The above reward will be paid for se curing him i n any g:ol in the United States, with reasonable charges if brought home. SAMUEL JACOBS. Colebroek Furnace, July 16, 1799 (Ois) Forty Dollars Reward. RAN AWAY from the Subscriber, living in Saflafras Neck, Ccecil County, State of Ma ryland, on Friday the 14th iuft. a negro man nam ed PETER; about twenty-five years of age, toler able black, apd left handed. He has been used to failing by water in the Chesapeake Bay about twelve months, and is smart and aftive—He has keen formerly used to farming and taking care of horses. His cloathing he took with him is un known.—lt is ejpe&cd he has shaped his course for 1 hiladelphia < r Che!!er Town, and th« above reward will be paid for securing him in any *r«al in the United States, an.: reaioHable charges paid if brought home, by JOHN FERGUSON. N. B. All ma ft ere of vessels and all other perfoßs are forwarned of hart oring the said negro. Saflafras Neck, march 18, aaw6w NICKLIN and lißiltfTTH HAVE FOR SALE small chests of Ginghams, on board 4 ditto of colored Muflinets, j the fliip 4 bales of St. Fernando Serges, ! Neftor,in 4 ditto of Camblets, j the river io ditto of colored and white | from Caftimeres, J Liverpool 14 trunks of printed Callicoec, The above are in small ajjortedpackages calculated either for the Wejl India or home trade* 30 ton 3 Lead, in pigs, 8 tons of drj White Lead in hhds. 17 calks of fifle dry Yellow Paint, 6 ditto of Mineral Black, I ditto of ditto White, to ditto of Colcothar, 3 ditto of Porple Brown, 10 cases Engltfh China Ware in fctts, 36 calks of Nails aflbrted, 300 barrels pickled Salmon, 80 half ditto ditto, So barrels Herrings, io ditto Shad, 10 ditto Mackarel, 7 calks of Porter in bottles, 20 puncheons Rum, 190 pipes of Brandy, 4th proof, 15 pipes old Madeira Wine, 27 quarter chests Young HyfonTc?, 13 boxes of Imperial ditto, Eriglilh Gunpowder, HF Forged Copper Nails and Bolts, Sail Canviiii, Empty Wine Bottles, Cork in fhects, Green Colice in hhds. February 13 March 6 t 1800. UNSEATED LANDS. THE OWNERS OF Unseated Lands in Wefimorekoio county, Pennsylvania, arc hereby notified, thar un- Icfs the Taxss clue on laid lands for arc info the hands of % Jobn Brandon, Efy trcarfurer of said county, on or before the aoth of April next, they will be advert i fed for sale, as the law dire<sU JAMES M'GREW, 1 KENRY AI.LSHOUSE, [Comm'rs. JEREMIAH MUHRY, J 'January IS. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. March r jthy 1799. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to the a<J> of Cwngrefs paftcd on the ift day of Juae, one ihoi\f«ind, seven hun dred and ninety fix, entitled "isi a<sl regulat ing the grants appropriated for mili tary services, and for the foci&ty of United Brethren fpr iKopagating ihe gospel among the Heathen and the ad iupplemcntary to the/aid recited a& pa fled on the l'econd day of March, onethonfand seven hundred and nine tyriine -t-o <wil: THAT the trad ot Land herein after de ferred, namely, "begrming ar the North Weft corner of the ('even ranges of townships, and running thence fiTtjr miles due foulh, along the weftt ra boundary ot the said ranges ; —thence due Weft to the Main Branch of th-e Scioto ri ver ; thence up the Main Branch of rhe laid fi ver to the place where the Indian boundary line crofl'es the lame ; —thence along the laid boun dary line to the Tufearoras branch of the Muf ki;igum riverat thecroffmg place above Fort point where a line run due welt'from the place of beginning, will interie<sl the I'akl river j thence along the line so run to ths place of be ginning has been divided into townships of live miles square, and fra&ionalparts of town- Ibip* ; that plats and fu 1 vfcys of the la-d townfhins and fra<Sional parts of townships are deposited in the offices of rhe Register of Treasury and Surveyor General, for the inspec tion of all persons concerned. The holders of £uc<» warrants as have been or (hall be granted fqr military lervices perform ed during the late war, are required to present the fame to the Register of the Treasury, at some time prior to thetwetfth day of February in the ytar, one thousand eight hundred, for the purpose of being registered ; No registry will however be made of any : efs Quant tythas a qoarter toivnihip, or four thousand acree. The priori-ty of location of the warrant! which may be presented and manner afore said, prior to the lathday of February in the year one thousand eight hundred, wiH immcdiare ly after the said day, be determined by lot, in the mode dreforibed hy the ail firft recited. The holdns of regiflered warrants, (hall on Monday the 17th day of February, in the year <Bo©,i n the order of which the priority ef locati on (hall be determined hy lotas aforelaid, pefon ally.or Wy thtir agents, defignatein wrkiflgat the office of the Register of the Treasury, the particu lar quarter townfbips elected by th«m rcfpeilively, and such of the said holders as (hall not designate their locations on the said day, (hall be poflponed in locating such warrants to all othor holders of regiflered warrants The holders of warrants for military services fufficient to cover one or more quarter townihips er trails of four thousand acres each ; (hall, at any time after Monday the 17th day erf February, 1800 and prior to the firflday ol January, 1802, be al lowed to register ihe said warrants in manner a forefaid, and forthwith to make locations therefor on any trad or tpadls of land not before located. All warrants or claims for lands on account of military fervkes, which (hall not be regiftertd and located before the firft day of January, 180 a, are by the supplementary a»sl of Congress herein br f ore recited, parted on the second day of M-rch, declared to be forever barred. Gives under my hind at Philadelphia, tha day and year above mentioned. OLIVER WOLCOTT. Sec. of the Treasury. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. d6m May lyb, 1795. of certificates ifTucd for sub- A fcriptiens to the Loan bearing inlereft at eight per centum per annum, are notified, that at any time after payment shall have bem made of the sth inftalfcient, which will become due during the firft ten days of the month cf July enftiing, Certificates of Funded Stick may at their option be obtained at the Treasury or Loan Offices, refpedively, for the amount of the four firft inltaloiuus, or one moiety of the funis ex preficdin the fubfciiptionc*nificat«s :—Nh cer tificates of Funded Stock will however be iflued for lei's than one hundred dollars. Such fuMcription certificates as may be pre ented at the Treafiiry or Loin Offices in con equcnce of the foregoing arrangement, will be ndorl'ed and diftindlly marked To as to denste, that a moety of the Rock has been ifliieti. mvftstj OLIVER WOLCOTT, Secretary °f (be Treasury. PROPOSALS, FOR CARRYING The Mails of the United States, On the following Post Roads, Will be received at the General Post Office, Philadelphia, until the 1 oth day ofjuly next. i.TJ'ROM Portfmenth, by HamptonfaMs, JL Newbnrypor!, Ipswich, Beveriev, Salem and Lynn 10 Botton, threetimes a week. From April i $ to 'October 15. Leave Portsmouth every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4 A. M. and arriVe at Boston the fame days by 6 P M. Returning, leave Bafton every Monday, WedneT'tay and Friday at 4 A M.and arrive at thy ume days by 6 P. M. From October to April 15 Leave Porifrwouth every Twefday, Thurfiay and Saturday at 1 P M. and arrive at BoHon on the following days, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 6 P- M. Returning, leave Bos ton every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a. m and arrive at Portsmouth the next days, Tuesday, Thurfdiy and Saturday at 10 a m. 2. From Botton by W«rcefter, Brookfitld, Springfield, Suffirld, Hartford, Wethersfield, Middletown, Durham, Wallingford, New- Hi ven, Alillford, Stratford, Fail Held, Nor walk, Stamford, New Roohdle, East Chester and Haeriem to New York, threetimes a week. From April *5 to October 15. Leave Boston every Monday, Wtdnefday and Friday at ham. arrive at Worcester by 6p m. Leave Worcefterevery Tuefday,Thurf day and Saturday at 3 AM. Arrive at Brook field by 10 a M.at Springfield by a P m. at Suf field by 5 p m. and at Hartford by 9 PM. the fame days. Leave Hartford every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3 A m. arriveat New Haven by »oon ; leave New-Haven at 1P m. and arrive at Stamford by 9 PM. fame days. Leave Statr.foid every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 a m. and arrive at New-York fame days by ia o'clock, noon. Returning, leave Ne*-York every Monday, Wedncfday and Friday at ham. arrive at Stamford in the evening ; leave Stamford eve y Tuesday, Thurf<l.-.y and Saturday by 3 AM; arriveat New Haven by noon ; leave New-Haven at 1 P m. awd arrive at Hartford by 9 p m ; leave Hartford on Wednesday, Friday and Monday by JAM; arriv.e at Springfield by ip a m, and it Worcester by 9 P M.; leave Worcefier every Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday by 3 AM, and ar rive at Boston fame days by 1 p m. From -October Lo April 15. Leave Bolton every Tuciday, Thursday and Saiuday by 8 a m ; arriv? at Worcester by 8 PM; leave Wotcefter ow Wednefdiv, Friday and Monday at 4AM; an ived at Sufiieid fstue days by -8 p m. L?iive Sa turday an\i> i uei'day at 4 a 61. and arrive at New iiavtn by R p :»i. Leave New Haven ev ery Fiiday, Monday and at 4 a m, awd arrive 1 New-York tie nfxt day* Tuefday ;;i»d 'l'hurfday by iiam Returning, New-York every Monday, Wednesday and -tfiday at ti am: arriveat Ncw-Hav n or. Tceiehy, I nurfday and Sa turday by 8 p. u, Leiyt New-H*ven every Monday, VVedr.eiday and Fridayby.* a m. ar rive at Su,flield by g p M." Suffieid Tues day, Thursday *i\.\ Saturday by 4 A. m and arrive at Worcefier by 8 ?M. L*a\'e \Yor cefter every Monday; Wednesday and Friday at 4 A M, and arrive at Boston the fame days by 4 l" M. 3 From New; York by Newark, Elizabeth t iwn, Uahwav\ New-Brunt Aiek, Princeton, Trenton, Brift>iand Fr*nkford to Philadelphia, everyday, Sunday excepted. Leave NewrYork every day, Sut.d -y except ed, at 1 Pal. and arrive in .Philadflpfeia-thenext day at 7 A M 18 hour?. Returning, leave Phi ladelphia ex'iry day, fi.nday exeepred at 1 P. M. and arrive 2t New-York the next day by 7 AM. From Kov«irber 1 to May 1, the hour of arrival at i ! l:iijjaelplua and at New- York (hall be extended to 8 A M. 4- Froip by Bladeniburg to Wa fliington every day, Sunday excepted. April 1 tp November l Leave Baltimore everyday at 1.1 A M. and arrive at Wafliington by 6 PM. Returning, leave Wafliington every day at 3 A M. and ar rive at Baltimore bv 11 A M. November 1 to April 1 Leave Baltimore (.very day at 4 a m. and arrive at Wafhixgton by 2p m. Returning, leave Wafli ington every day at 10 a m. and arrive at Balti moie by 7 p m. 5. From Wafliington city by George town, Alexandria, Colehe'ter. Dumfries, Auuica, Falmouth", Frederickiburg, Bowling Green ar.d Hanover court house to Richmond, c. h. every day, Sunday® excepted. Prom April 1 to November 1 Leave Wafliington every day at 8 A JVT. and ar/ive at Freierickfburg by 7 PM. Leave Fredc-rickfburg every day ai 3 A M and arrive at Richmond by 6 P '■%. Returning, leave Richmond every d«iy by 3 A M. and arrive at Frederic kfburg by 6 P M. Leave fcVederickf burg every day by 3 A M. and arrive at Well ington by 4 P M. November u to April 1 Leave Washington every day at 4 P M. and arrive at Alexandria by 7 P M. and arrive at Fredericklburg the next days by 7 PM. Leave every day at 4 A M. and arrive at Richmond the next days by 10 AM. Re turning, leave Richmond evt'ry day at 2 P M. and arrive it Frederickfhurg the next days by 7P M. Leave Fredericklburg every day at 4 A M, and arrive at Washington the next days by 8 A. M. 6. From Richmond to Petersburg every day, Sundays excepted. Leave Richmond every day at 4 A M. and arrive at Peterfourg by 10 o'clock, AM. Returning leav« Peterlburg ev ery day at 2 PM. and arrive at Richmond the fame days by 7 P M. 7. From Richmond by New Kent court house, Williamfburg, York-town and Hampton to Norfolk, 3 tunes a week. April 1 to November 1 Leave Richmond every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3A M. Arrive at New-York by 6 P M, and arrive at Norfolk the next days, Wednesdays, Friday, and Sundays by 1 P M Returning, leave Novf ik e\ery Tuesday, Thurf day and Saturday, at I? A M j arrive at York in the evening. Leave York every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday by 3 A M. and arrive at Richmond the fame days by 6 P M. November 1 to April 1 Leave Richmond every Monday, and Friday arrive at Norfolk in two days on Wefcncfday, Friday aiad Monday by 10 AM. Returning! leaye * Norfolk Won? day, Wednesday and Friday at <1 P M and ar rive at Richmond in two day» on Wtdnelday, Friday and Monday by 10 A M. 8. From Peteriburg by Cabbin Poiflt Surry court house, Smithheld, Suffolk and Ports mouth to Norfolk three times a week. Leave Peterlburg every Monday, Wednef day and Friday at 12 o'clock, noon, arrive at Suffolk the next days by 1P M; leave Suffolk at » P My and arrive at Norfolk by 8 P M. Returning, leave Norfolk every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday at 4 \ M; arrive at-Suffolk fame days by ic AM. Leave Suffolk at n A Ms and arrive at Peterfourg every Tuesday, Thuifday and Saturday by ro^n. 9. Pfterfturg by Harrifville, Of»ldfi»nvi!'e and Warrenton to Louiiburg tl ree tiijus a week. Leave Pererfbtfrg every Monday, Wed>.ef day and Friday at 2 P M. and arrive ar Louif burg in t«-o days on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 10 A M. Returning, cave Louif burg every M nd y, Wednesday and Friday at •z P M, and arrive at Peterfbnrg in two days < n Wednesday, Friday and Monday at to A. M. 10. From Luuilburg by Raleigh, Avervlbo ro' and Fayetteviile t« Mc Falls; three tin.es a week. Leave Louifburg every Sunday, Wednesday a"d Friday at 2 P My arrive at Mc. Tails on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday by 9 A M. Returning, leave M-Fallson Monday, Wed nesday and Fridav at 3 P M, and arrive at Louifbuig on Wednefdiy, Friday and Monday at 10 A M, 11. From M'Falls by Chereau court hou'e to Camden three -times a week. Leave M'FaHs every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday at I P M, and arrive at Camden on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at to A M Returning, leave Cam den every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 P My and arrive at M'Fallj on Thursday, Sa turday and Monday at 10 A M. la. From Camden by Statefburg and .Tamef ville to Charleston, three times a week. When the river i$ so high as to make long Ferries, the mail lhall be carried from Camden on the fobth fide of Santee river Leave Camden every Sunday, Tuesday and Tliurfday at a P M, and arrivr at Charleston on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday at 10 A M Returning, leave Charleston every Sunday, Tuesday and Thuriday at 3 P M> and arrive at Camden the next Tuesday, Thursday and Sa turday at 10 A M. 13. Prom Camden hy Columbia, Edgefield court house, and Campbell town to Augusta, three time* a week. Leave Candenevery, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at a PM, and arrive at Augusta on Tuesday, Thurf<i»y and Saturday at 10 A M. Retvmivgy leave Augusta? every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 3 P M, and'arrive at Camden on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 10 A M. 14 From Charleston by Jackfonfborough and Cc ro sava»nah twice a week. \_jWve Charleston every Tuesday and Thursday at 6vy m arrive 3t jackfowfborcHgh on Wednesday and Friday at 2 ? m. arrive at Coofawhatchy on Thursday and Saturday by 5 am and arrive at Savannah on Friday and Sunday by 8 a m. Return' ipg, Leave Sav?.nnah ev ry Sa-urday and Tuesday by 4 a Pji. arrive atooofa*.vh3tchy by 8 p m and ar rive at Charleston on 1 uefday and Thursday by jo A M. 15. From Augtffta by Leuifville to Savannah once a week. Leave Angara eveny Saturday at 3 r m. arrive Louifvi'le pn Sunday hy 6 p m leave Lou fviik- o» Afonday at 8 a m and ari ive ar SavMnh on Tucfdayat 5. p. m. Icav Savannah on Wreftatfctay at 8 a.m. and arrive at Louisville on 1 hurfd«y by .$ p.m. leave Loiiifvillc on Friday at 6 a.m. and arrive at on Saturday at 10 a m 16 Frem Augusta by Wayncftorouglj to Sa vannah once a week l eave A ugufta every TiieMay at 2 p. m arrive at Wnynclboro«gh on Wednesday by 8 a m and arrive at Savannah or. Fri 'ay by p r»x. ing, U ave Savannah every Saturday at 9 a m arriv at Waynfbcrough on Monday by 3 P M. and ai riv.- at Augusta on Tuesday by 9 a m. 17. From Wa) nciborough to Lcuifville. » I.cave WayoeiboTough every Wjidnefday at 9 am. and arrive at Louliv lk by 3p m. Returning. leave Louifvillc e*ery Thursday at 5 a M.and ar rivc'at Waynefljoroueh by : p m. iB. From Savannah by >unhury, Riceborough Daricn a»d -'runfwick to Scary*3 once a week Leave Savannah every Wednefdayat 9 a m-ar rive at Riceborough on Thursday by 10 a m. an arrive at Starys on Saturday by 9a m Return ing y .eave St. Marys every Saturday at. 3 p m. *.r rive at Riceborough the next Monday by 3 p m and arrive at Savannah the next Tudday bys pm KQTC 5 Note 1. 'Hie mail 011 the route No. 9, 10. 11 and 12 is to be carried in a whe*l carri age or by a led horse. A penalty at tber ate of 12 cents a mile will be incurred by the contractor for each time and mile that Ke shall carry the fame without making ufc of either a carriage or led horse. No altera tion will be made in the times fixed for the arrival and departure of the mails in these routs, Note 2. The Poftmnfter-Oencral may al ter the times of arrival and departure at any time during the continuance of the contracts, he previously stipulating an adequate com pilation for any extra expence tnat may be occaiioned thereby. Note 3. Fifteen minutes shall "be allowed for opening and doling the mail atall ofSces where 110 particular time is fpecifud. Nete 4. For every jifteen minute? delay (unavoidable accidents excepted) in arriving after the times prescribed in any contract, the contractor (hall forfeit one dollar ; and if the delay continue until the departure of any depending mail, whereby the mails de(V tine.d for such depending mail lose a trip, an additional forfeiture of five dollars fliall be incurred. Note 5. Newspapers as well as letters are to be sent in the mails : and if any person, making propoiYls, defircs to carry newspa pers, other than those conveyed in the mail, for his own emolument, he must state jn his proposals for what sum he will carry it with that emolument, and for what firm without that emolument. Note 6. Shauld any person, making pro pofajs, desire an alteration of the times of arrival and departure above fpecilied, he inuft ffote in his propoi*ls, the alterations desired, and the differs: ce they will make in the terros of his contra#. This note does not apply to the routs No. 9, 10, n and 12, No alteration will be made in those times. Note 7. Pcrfu'.is making proposals are de sired to state their prices by the year—Those who contract will eoive their pay quarter. Iy, in the month o." January, .s.pril, July and Q&^ber. NoteS. The contra&s for the rotiti numbered 1 10 13, are to be rn operation o>< the ift day of October next, and are to rot . tinue in force until the id of October 1 cou. Contrafls for the routs number 14. 15, 26, 17 and rß> are alio to be in operation on the Ift day of O&ober next, and are to continue in force until the ift of April 1802. JOS General Post Office* £ Philadelphia, March 20,1800. J MUSICAL REPOSITORY IS NOW OPENED At Chalk's Circulating Library, No, 75 North Third Street, WHER F. may be had, all the Fafiiwable Music competing rhe forge &c. lately fold at Repository in South Second Street. To which, a few days, will be added, some PIANO FO&TES of a very superior tone and quality, Fiutcs, Fifes ? ' Violins, best Roman Violin Strings, and every other article in the musical line, which will he told in prime order, and on the moil rtafonable terms. £ubfcription« received for t-he Mvftcal lor the Piano Forre, a-»d the Flute or Violin, th« firlt fix numbers of which are already pubiifhed,' and may be purehafed together or (Vparately by non-fuhfcribejs. March 6,1800. WHEREAS Mathew Irwin did on the Bth day of July 1797 make an alignment of his estate ana effedis, to us the fobfci ibers, for the be nefit of such of his creditors, as should on or before the 20fh of September, 1797, execute to him a full and final discharge Nnw those <Tf his creditor? who are entitled to a dividend under laid align ment. are requeued to furnifh their accounts to Samuel Meeker, with interell calculated up to the Bth day ol July, 1797, as a dividend will abfolutt ly beftruik on thcr firtt day of April next, and tbof; who neglect to comply with this notice will ;hwre-* after Le excluded from the benefit ol the fame. Philip Nicklin Samxiti Meeker j NatL'i Lewis* by vis Ads. Pearson Hunt | Jt>bn M. Taylor ! Philadelphia, March 14 CAUTION. " ? HE PtrHlie ar cautioned agaioft receiving the i Subl'cribers in favor of> and ; .Rdor» fed by Thomas W. Francis, dated yefterdzy, at 6c day* after date for hundred dollars* 1 he n«»ie is in the hand writing of the Subscri ber, and at the bottom a memorandum by the indorfer, to the credit of the drawer, Thoma* W-Francif- This note together with a con» :racl between Charles Wdliamfon, and Charles Hale For lands in township, No. 4, in the <th range cf Stritfer county, state of NeW.Jerfey, and f«p,dry other papers contained hi a Pocket Book, were taken from the Subscribers d«ik lift evening. As the above can be of no use te the person who has carrird them rff, flrhould they be returned, n<> queftioris lhall be asked. SAMUEL MIFFLIN. February 6 TO BE SOLD FOK CASH, OR K,XCHANGED, For property in tie City, or ivithin thirty miles of it, A PLANTATION or trafl of Land in Mifßii' County and State of ria, within fix miics of the river Juniata, con taining abov.t 300 acres. There are abont fifty acres cleared, part of which js a rich bottom, watered by a < onfiant stream that is strong though to work an oil or a grift mill Any •r'on inclining to r!eal fi»rit, may obtain fur ther information by applying at the offic- of it tturn is gazette. N. B. If fold, credit will be given for part the rnoney. O<3ober 17, 1799. dtf. FOR SALE Or to be exchanged for a good Vessel, A N elegant neyv two story FRAME HOUSE, 11 twenty seven feet front by thirty-four in depth, with a commodious piazza and kitchen, to gether with a coach ho We and (table, situate in the flourifliing village of Frankfcrd. The hotiic, which may be entered the fSrft of June next, will be fti.ilhid in the ncateft stile with many conveni ences, and will be well adapted to a large genteel family who may with to refiJe in the country du ring the funmier season. In exchange, it will be valued low. if a vessel offer that may bejuitable. Further particulars will be made known by ap plication to MOORE WHARTON. February 24. United States, J Pennsylvania District. > BY ADJOURNMENT. BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, to me dirt&ed. ifl\ed out of the circuit court of the United States, in and for the Pennsylva nia Diltridh of the middle circuit, will be lold by public vendue at the city tavern, in Second ltreer, in the city of Philadelphia on Satur day the sth day of April new, at 7 o'clock in tUe evening, all that certain tract or parcel ®f land, fituaie, lying and being on the river or creek called Lackawaxen, in the county of Wayne, containing 8000 acres and upwards ; on which are erected a mefluage, ftable9 arid iawmill, with the appurtenances. —The names of the ordinal warrantees of the said tract or parcel of land were as follows. Mordecai Roberts, Si ipbel Medera, Zachariah Ferris, Gccrg: Till, Thumas Wiggins, George Morton, George Streeton, Friend Streeton, John Olipbant, Seized and taken in execution as the property of Robert Lett is Hooper, deceased. JOHN HALL, Marshal. N. B. A rcafonabls credit will be given. Marshal's Office, j Philadelphia, March 17, * Tbtfe two t rafts do rot contain the full quantity of the orignal warrants ; part of them hcuing been conveyed away. PRINTED BY J. W. FEN NO. HABERSHAM, Post ma st er-Gencral. cotjy. A NEW NOTICE. m&th.tf John Till, George Warton. Benjamin Hancock, Edward Welsted, James Thompson, Joseph Whitehead, Patrick Connolly, Tbomat Grijfy, i # William Halbert. J cot s Pi.