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I Red Clover. While do. Timothy. Stint Foiu. Trefoil. Burnett. Lutern. Herd Grass. Orchard do. Rye Rape and Hemp. ALiO, SHEET COPPER. IRONMONGERY, and TPATEN T PLOUGHS, which are Uid to be more durable than any heretofore invtu'ted, and found on experience t® dimihiQi the labour both ©f man and bead — FOR SALE . . BY THOMAS HOWARD, No. 40 South Second Street, Philadelphia. February 13. tufcf.Bw. JUST RECEIVED, From the BOSTON Manufactory, A QVAS7IVY Of WINDOW GLASS, Of different sizes» FOR SALE By ISAAC HARVEY, J*N. K. B. Any flic or fifci lh>t <nay*>e wanted cut larger than t8 by itcifi be hjdirom said manufafto ty, 0.1 being ordered} and attention given toiorward on any orders that may be left for that purpose Apph-at No. 9, South Water-street, ai above, july 8 _ dt[ WAR DEPARTMENT, March 6, 1800 PROPOSALS WILL be recctved at this Office until the feve-ith day of April next for cutting out tioarhinj- for the Army ot the United States. The proposals must fpecify the price required far cutting out each of the several articles, to wit, H-irfctrtan's cloaks, regimental coats, veils iknd overalls. PROPOSALS will also he received until the fevehth day of April fcext fo»' the delivery of five ihoufand hats and twenty thotfand fnirts. The Kits to be made of good wool to be well ma nufactured, full cocked, hound with narrow black binding, the tan or part eight inch es broad, fides and corners fix inches broad.— The fh'.rts to be of linen equal in quality with the pattern article, and to be as well made as ht fiid pattern. One twit of the hats and shirrs to be deliver- on or before the Qrlt day ot June next, and the remainder on or before the firft day of July next. Patterns of the fevera! articles m ly be seen at the Military Stores kept by John Harris,on the wharf between Arch Race streets. Security will be required. JAMES Mr. HENRY, Secretary of IVir, jMarih 7 WATER-OFFICE. Centre Square, Fcbenary j, 1800. IN compliance with the inftractions of thej Committee for watering the- city, and with my own inclinations, every poflible admit tance and information hit beer! given to' thofc citizens who have visited the Works' during theirprogrefs. The Engine* are now arrived, and"ate immediately to be put up, and it is hoped that it will be thought rea sonable arid jyft, both to the TPub'iic, and to the ContradWr for the Engine's, that the workmen lliould not be interrupted. Asa very few mbitlis will full)- gratify the cu riofity 1 of the citifcerts,' by (hewing them the Engines in full cJperation, a temporary ex cTjlioii of all vifitorsfrom the Engine houses cannot appear improper. B. H. LATROBE, Engineer. February 13. dtf. THE UNDERSIGNED, HIS Swedish Majesty's Consul General, and au thorized to trar»fa& the Consular Bufinef6, for his Majeffy the King of Denmaak 111 the Uuited States of America, residing at Philadelphia, Hereby gives public Notice, That in obedience to recent intrusions received from his government, it is the duty of all Matters ©f Swedilh and Dantfh veflels, before their failing from any port in the said States, to call upor him or the Vice CoHful in order to be granted such Certificates for their Cargoes, which the exigency of the Aate of the Neutral Commerce ani the fe ver I Decrees of the Belligerent Powers render iodifperfabiy necefiary, and, that any Matter o( veffa's belonging to the refpe&ive nations, or na vigating nwder the prote&ion of their flags, in omitting to tike such certificates, will personally stand refpoafible for the consequences. RICHARD SODERSTROM. Philadelphia, 18th December, 1799. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE, About 25 acres of Land, LAYINC on the east fide of the Falls Road.— 6p the East it i* bounded by property belong* jjrgf to Mr. Tench Francis, frn.—on the south, by a road ef 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 parts iu order to suit the purchaferst Also, 31 acres, situated on the weft fide of G%rmahtfcwc>otd, adjoining Mafters's eft ate, hieing part of th* property of the late Sainuei Mifflin. For terms apply to Samuel Mifflin, corner ol Market and nth streets. January 34. TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. RAN AWAY OB Saturday evening the 13th July instant, frsm Colebrook Furnace, Lantafter county, a Negro Man named Cato, he is about 40 years of age, five feet fix or se ven inches high, tolerable black, with a down iH look, squints, he is a cunning artful fellow, a great liar, md very fond of strong liquor, has been brought up to the farming bufineis, it very handy at any kind of laboring work ; he took with him a number of clothing, amoogft whidi were, one suit plain Nankeen ; (some money). It is expe<9ed hi has fiiaped his course for Philadelphia or NeVr York. * The above reward will be paid for fe curiug him i n any gaol in the United States, with reasonable charges if brought heme. SAMUEL JACOBS, CoMtcoek Furnace, Jaty i 6, 1799: dtm PRATT Sf KINTZING, No. 95, North Water-street, have on hand the following GOODS, ENTITLED to drawback, which they ofitr for sale at moderate prices fo r cash, or the usual credit; or on a credit of it or 18 months upon Mortgages on Real Property, in or near the City of Philadelphia, or other fatisfa&ory security. «jc botes and bales Tick- 13 pipes old Port Wire lenburghs *5 boxes Tumblers as« 60 do. do. Hemp- sorted. en linens. Xoo boxes Hamburgh 50 do. do. O-zna- Window Glass 8 by brigs. 10,& c. 50 do Patterbornes. I chcfl aflcirteil Looking 15 do. Bielfield Linens. Glafies. XI do Creas and Cms Scvorallarge elegant do. a la Mortaix. 1500 Demijohn*. Brow p Rolls. 50 kegs Pearl Barley Do. Hcflians. A few tons Roll Br.m- Polish Rolls. floise. Bed Ticks. 20 kegs Yellow Ochre. Siamois. v A few bbls. Rosin. Arabias. 40 tpns Ruflia Hemp. Empty Bags. 80 hhds. Hogs Briftjcs. Oil Cloths. a hhds. Dutch Glue. Shoes and Slippers. ao casks Nails aflorted Soal and upper Leather. from 3d. to aod. , Quills and Scaling Wax. 16 calks Ironmongery. A package Gold andSil- 8 casks Hoe*. ver Watches. German Steel. A few cheftsToys. 6 hhds. Coffee mills. Slates and Pent il#. Blockii»g Twine, Tapes, 70 hhde Havanna Klo Stone Pickliiig Pots, lalTes &c &c. SKEDS* February 15 THE OWNERS OF Unseated I.ands in Wellmorekr.d county, Pennfylvapia, arc hereby no<ifi?d, thar an less the Taxes due ou (aid lands tor 1 are paid into the hands of John Brand<in t freafutcr of said county, on or before the aoth of April next, they will be advertiftd for sale, as the law dire&s JAMES M'GREW, ") HENRY AI.LSHOUSE, iComm'rs. JEREMIAH MURRY, J January 18. <3" TREASURY DEPARTMENT. March 1 lib, 1799. PUBLIC NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to the ail of Cehgrcis pasTed on the ift day on* ihoufaqtl, le'en hnn-l dred and 11'aety fjx, entitled " so <uf' regujat in£ the grauts'of land appropriated for niili-i ta'ry fervicei, Mid for the fociNy 0!' Uhifc'd' Brethren for propagating the gbfjjef'a'mang the Heathen and the adl'fLpplertiehtary to the said recited afl pasTed on the fecorid day of March, one thousand severn hundred andnint tynins to loit: I. THAT the tra!l of I,ai»cJ herein aft«r de ferred, ififeely, " beginning at the North Weii corner of the IcveE ranges of townftifpj, and running thence fifty tifilts due (bath, alotsg the • wefteru boundary ut the said ra»£es ; thence' due Well to the Main Branch ql the Sclot . ri ver,; thence up the Main Branch of the said fi ver to the place where the Indian boundary line erodes vhe fame thence along the said botjn diry lirft to the Tulearoras hrahcVo'f the Muf king um river at the crofting p! ice alu ve Fort Lawrence ; thenre down the said rivet, to the' point where a line run d«ie weft frotp the place of beginning, will in'ierfeil the said river; tfence along the line so run to thsjpjace of be ginning';" Jhaabce'n divider!ii.lo townlhips of five miles ftpjire, and fraftiirtii) parts of town fh'ipi; asd that plat» and forinsyi of th« laid tnw'nfhips and fraAional parte of townlhips are de'pofo'ed in the offices of the Register of the Trealory and Surveyor General, for the infptc tioß of all perfoas concerned. The holders of fiicii warrants as have been er (halite granted fey military fervicefi perform ed during the late war, are required to present the fame to the Kegifter of the Treasury, at some time prior to the twelfth day of Fcbtuary ifl the year, one thousand eight hundred, for the purpose of being regiilered ; No regirtry will however be made of any less quantity than a quirier township, or four thousand acres. hi: The priority of location of the warranis which may b« presented atvd Fes»iftered»in manner aforc faic, prior to the nth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred, will immediate ly after the said day, be determined by tot, in the mode drefctibed by the ail firfc recited. The holdets of registered warrants, JKjl'l on Monday the 17th day of February, in the year i860,i n the order of which the priority of locati on (hall be determined by lotas aferelaid, pefon ally, or W.their agents, defigaate in *rkifigat the oifice of the Regifler of the Treasury, the particu* jar townfkips ele<Sted by tham refpe lively, and fuck of the said holders as (hall not Jefignatf their locations on the said day, (hall be postponed is locating such warrants to all other headers of registered warrants. The holders of warrants for military services Sufficient to cover one or more quarter townlbips or tra&s of four thousand acres each; (hall. at any time after Monday the i7tn day oi February, >Boo and prior to the firft day ol January, l8o», be al lowed to register the said warrartts in mauhcr a forefaid, and forthwith to make lecations tlferefor on any tradl or land not before located. All warrants or claims for lands on account of military fervice®, which /hall not be rrgifter«d and locat«d before the firft day of January, 1802, are by the fupplefiiehtary a& of Congress herein before recited, puffed on th« second day of March, 1799, declared to be forever barred. Given under my hind at Philadelphia, tht day and year above mentioned. OLIVER n'OLCOTT. Sec."of the Treasury, TREASURY DEPARTMENT. May 29th, 1799. THE proprietors of certificates issued for fub fcriptiens to the Loan bearing intercfl.'at eight per centum per annum, are notified, that at any time after payment (hall have been made of the sth inflal&ent, which will become due during the firft ten Jays of the month ef July enfoing, Certificates of Funded Stock may at jtheir option be obtained at the Treasury or Loan Offices, for the amount of the four firft inftatm«nts, or ore meiety of the sums e* preffedin the fubfeription certificates: —Ne cer tificates of Funded Stock will however bo issued for left than one hundred dollars. Such fubfeription .certificates as may bfe.pre •nted at the Treasury or Lo&n Offices in con eqHence of the foregoing arrangement, will be ndorfed and ? diftlndlly marked jo as te dtnete, that a moefy of the ftfcckhasb'een iflued. OLIVER WOLCOT7, Hi, Seere\ fry of tse Treasury. UNSEATED LANDS. 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 loth day of July next. Portfmouth, by Hamptonfalls, i- Newburyport, Ipswich, Beverlev, Salem and Lynn 10 Button, three times a wetk. From April 15 to October 15. Leave Portsmouth every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4 A. M. and arrive at Boston the fasne days by 6 P M. Returning, leave Befton every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 A.M. and arrive at Portsmouth thefune days by 6 P. M. From October 15 to April 15. Leave Portsmouth every Tuesday, Thurf Jay and Saturday at -i P M. and arrive at Boston 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 ai Portsmouth the next days, Tuesday, Thurfdiy and Saturday at 10 a m. a. From Boftoa by Wwrcefter, Brookficld, Springfield, Suffield, Hartford, Wethersfield, Middletown, Durham, Wallingford, New- Haven, Millford, Stratford, Fairfield, Nor vralk, Stamford, New Rochelle, East Chester and Haerlem to New York, threetiroes a week. From April 15 to October 15. Leave Boston every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at ham. arrive at Worcester by 6 pm. Leave Worcester every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at 3a m. 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 P m. the lame days. Leave Hartford every Monday, Wednesday and Fridiyat3 a m. arriveat New by Roon ; leave New-Haven at 1p m. and arrive at Stamford by 9 PM. fame days. Leave Stamford every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 AM. and arrive at New-York fame days by ia o'clock* noon. Returning, leave New-York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at am. arrive at Stamford in the evening ; Stamford eve-y Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by 3AM; arrive at New Haven by noon ; leave New-iiaven at 1 P m. aud arrive at Hartford by 9 P m ; leave Hartford on Wednesday, Friday and Monday by 3AM; arriveat Springfirld by 10 A m, and at Worcester by 9 p m ; leave Worcester every Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday by 3 A m, and arrive at Boston fame days by x p m. From October 15 to April 15. Leave Boston every Tuelday, Thursday and Satu-day by 8 a m i arrive at Worcester by 8 PM; leavjj Worcester oh Wednesday, Fwday and Monday at 4 a m ; arrived at Suffield fame days.by 8p m. Leave Nuffield Thursday, 8a turday ar.d 'J'uefday at 4 am. arrive at New-Haven [yß pm. Leave"New Haven ev ery Friday, Monday ar.J Wednesday at 4 a m, and arrive ;.t New YoVk the next day; Satuiday, Tuesday and 'I hurfday by 11 a m. Returriin'gy leave New-York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 am: arrive ar New-Haven on Tuesday, Thur£d[ay and Sa turday by 8 p m. Leave Ntyv-Haven every Monday, Wednesday ind Fririiy by 4 a m. ar rive ai Sufficed by 8 pm. Leave Suffield Tues day, Thursday and Saturday by 4 A. m and arrive at W T orcefter by 8 PM. Leave Wor cester every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 A M. and arrive at Boston the fame days by 4 P M. 3. From New-York by Newark, Elizabeth it''W»j Railway, Woodbridge, New-Brunf* ick, l Priiic*toV, Trenton, Bristol and Frankford to Philadelphia, evtry day, Sunday excepted. Leave New-York every day, Sunday except ed, at 1 PM. and arrive in Philadelphiathenext dayat7AM 18 hours. Returning, leave Phi ladelphia exary day, sunday excepted at, I P. M. and arriveat New-York the next day by 7 AM. From November 1 to May 1, the hour of arrival at Philadelphia and at New- York ffcall be extended to 8 A M. 4. From Baltimore by Bladenfburg to Wa* fhin&ton every day, Sunday excepted. April 1 to November I; Leave Baltimore everyday at II A.M. and arrive at Washington by 6 P It. Returning, leave Washington every d*yat'3 A' Jfa. and ar rive at Baltimore by ix A M. November t to Ap>ril 1. Leave Baltimore - very day u. A AK. arrive at Waihisgton by ap m. Kftvrnir?, leave Wash ington every day at io a m. and arrive at Balti more by 7 p m. * 5' From Washington city by George town, Alexandria, Colclie.ler, Durxfries, Aquica, Falmouth, Frederickftjrg, Bowling Green and Hanover court to Richmond, c. h. every day, Sundays excepted. From April 1 to November f\ Leave Washington every day at 8 A M. ir!d arrive at Freclenclcffc'?rg by 7 PM, Leave Fred-ncklburg tvery day at 3 A M ar.2 arrive at Richmond by 6 PM. Refunding, leave Richmond every day by 3 A M. and *rr»ve at Frederirkfburg by 6 P Si. Leave Fredericki burg every day by 3 A M. and arrive it Wash- fatu&f ington by 4 P M. November 1 Is April 1 Leave Washington every day at 4 P M. and arrive at Alexandria by 7 P M. and arrive at Frederickfb'Jrg the.Bext days by 7 PM. .Leave Frederickiburg every day at 4 A M. and arrive at Richm ind the next days by 10 AM- Re turning, leave Richmond every day at a P M. and arrive it Fredericklhurg the nek't days bv 7 PM. Leave Frederirkfourg every day at 4 A M, and arrive at Walhington 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 Peterlburg by 10 o'clock, AM. Returning leave Petersburg ev ery day at J P M. and a. rive at Richmond the fame daysby 7 PM. 7. From Richmond by New Kent court house, Williamfburg, Yoik-town and Hampton to Norfolk, 3 times a week. April 1 to November 1. Leave Richmond every Tutfrt jy, Thiirfday and Saturday it 3A M. Arrive at New-York N liy 6 I J M, and arrive at Norfolk tlie r:e*f dayi, Wednesdays, Friday, and Sundays by: 1 P'M Returning, leave NoifvUt everyTuefday.Thurf day and Saturday, ai 10 A M ; arrive at York in the evening. J-eave York every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday by 3 A M, and arrive at •Richmond the fame days by 6 P M, November 1 tb April t Leave Richmond every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at » P M ; arrive at Norfolk in two day« on Wednesday, Friday and Monday by 10 AM. Returning, itave Norfolk every Moa day, Wcdncfdtj and Friday ar *P M. aai'ar rive at Richmond itrttfa days oa Wednesday, Friday and Monday by 10 A M. t. trojn Pctcrlburg by .Cabbin Point Surry court hoyfe» Sroithfield, Suffolk and Ports mouth to Norfolk three times a week. Leave PetelftHirg every Monday, Wednes day aiul Friday at la o'clock, noon, strive at Suffolk the next days by 1P M; leave Suffolk at i P As, and arrive at Norfolk by £ P M. ltetarnm£, leave Norfolk every Monday, Wed nefJay and Friday at < A M; arrive at Suffolk fame days by ia AM% Leave Suffolk ar 11 A M, and arrive at Petersburg every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by noon. 9. Pcterfburg by Harrifville, Goldfonvil'e and Warrenton to Louilburg three times a week. Leave Peferfb irg every A/onday, Wednes day and Friday at 1 P M. and arrive at Louif burg in two days on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 1: A M. Returning, leave Louif burg every M >nd>y, Wednesday and Friday at a P AT, and arrive at Petersburg in two days on Wednesday, Friday and A/onday at 10 A. M. 10. From Louifburg by Raleigh, Averyfbo ro* and Fayetteviile to A/c Falls, three times a week. Leave Louifburg every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at a P As, arrive at Mc. Falls on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday by 9 A M. Returning, leave Af'Falls on Monday, Wed nesday and Friday ar 3 P As, and arrive at fcouifburg on Wecjnefday, Friday and Monday at 10 AM, 11. From iW'Fallsby Chereau court hou r e to .Cimden three times a week. Leave every Sunday, TueCday and Friday at 1 P M t and arrive at Camden on Tuefdiy, Thursday and Sunday at 10 A M Returning, leave Cam den every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at aP M, and arrive at A/'Fall? on Thursday, Sa turday and Monday it io A M. H. From Camden by Statefburg and Jamef ville toCharlefton, three times a week. When the river is so high as to make long Ferries, the mail shall.be carried from Camden on the sot.th fide of Santee river Leave Camden every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at a P M, and arrive at Charleston on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday at 10 A M Returning, leave Charleston every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 3 P AT, and arrive at Camden the next Tuesday, Thursday and Sa turday at 10 A M. 13. From Ca'ndenby Columbia, Edgefield court house, and Campbell town to Augusta, three times a week. Leave Candenevery, Sunday, 7nefday and Thursday at a P M, and airive at Augusta on 7uqfday, 7"hurfday and Saturday at 10 A M. Returning, leave Aupufta every S»nday, 7jiefday, and thursday at 3 P M, and arrive at Camden on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 1 o A M. 14 From Charleston by Jackfonfborough and Goofawhatchy to Savannah twice a week. Leave Charleston every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 r m arrive at Jackfowlborough op Wednesday and Friday at a p m. arrive at Coofawhatchy on Thursday and Saturday by 5 a m and arrive at Savannah on Friday and Sunday by 8 a m. Return ing, Leave Savannah every Saturday and Tuesday by 4 a m. arrive atCoofawhatchy by Bpm and ar rive at Charleston on Tuesday and Thursday by 10 a m. 15. From Augusta by Leuifville to Savannah once a week. Leave Augusta every Saturday at 3 p m. arrifc Louisville on Sunday Uy 6 p m. leave Louisville or Monday ar 8 am. and an;ve at Savannah on Tuesday at 5. p. m. leave Savannah on WeJncfdny at 8 a. m. and arrive at Louisville on Thursday by S p. m. kave Louisville on Friday at 6a.m. and arrive a: Augusta or Saturday at 10 a m. .16 Fr«m by Waynefborough to Sa vannah once a week. Leave Augusta every Tuesday at 1 p. m arrive at Waynefboroiigh on Wedneflay by 8 a m and arrive at Savannah on Friday by 3p. m. Return. ing % l».ave Savannah every Saturday at 9 a m arrive at Wayr.fborough on Monday by 3 p m, and ar rive at Augusta on Tuesday by 9 a m. 17. From to'Louifville. Leave Waynefborough every Wednesday at 9 aM. and arriveat LouiivUe by 3p m. Returning, leave l.ouifvHle e/ery Thursday at 5 a M.and ar rive at Waynelbcrough by 1 r m. 18. From Savannah by Sunbury, Riccborough, Darien and Srunfwick to Stary's once a week. Leave Savannah every Wednesday at 9 a m- ar rive at Riceborough on Thursday by iO a m. and arrive at Starys on Saturday by 9 AM. Kttum ingy leave St. Marys every Sarorday at 3 p m. ar r:ve at Riceborough the next Monday by 3 p m. and airive at Savannah the next Tuesday byj pm. NOTES. Note r. The mail on the route &o. 9, to, : i and 12 i? to be carried in a wheel carri age or by a led horse. A penalty at ther ate of 12 cents a mile v/ill be incurred by the contrador for each time and mile that he fhali carry the fame without making use 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 a. The PoAmafter-General may al ter the times of arrival and departure at any time dunng the continuance of the contradls, he previoufiy (lipulating an adequate com petifation for any extra expence tnat may be ocCi.lior.ed thereby. Note 3. Fifteen minutes fhal 1 be allowed for opening and closing the mail stall office? where 110 particular time is fpecifi 'd. Note 4. For every fifteen minuter delay (unavoidable accidents excepted) in arriving after the times prescribed in any contrafl, the contraftor lhall forfeit one dollar ; and if the delay continue until the departure of any defending mail, whereby the mails def tinrd for such depending mail lose a trip, an additional forfeiture of five dollars (hall be incurred. Note 5. Newspapers as well as letters are to be sent in the mails : and if any person, making proposals, de fires to carry newspa pers, other than those conveyed in the mail, for his own emolument, he mull slate in his proposals for what sum lie will carry it whh that emolument, aiid for what sum without that emolument. N-jte 6. Shnuld any pevfon, making pro pofals, ilt fire an alteration of the times of arrival and departure above fnecified, he mud Date.- in his proposals, the alterations defirtd, and the difference they will make in the terms of his contrast. This note does, not apply to. the ip'uts'No. 9, ic, it No alteration will be made in those ttraei. Kc'.e 7. Perfans fito state their price?by thVyear—Tbofe who coirtraA will leceSve thrir'fiy giiarter- Iv,m the month of January, April, Jbly ar.d o£loi>er. Note 8. The contrasts for the rctffs numbered I to 13, are to be 111 operation on the Tft-.dgyjsf Odober next, and are to con tinue in fjree unril the id of Q&ober 1804. f*r the routs number 14, ij, 16, 17 and j 8, are alio to be in operation oathe id day of Oflober next, and are jo continue in force until the ifl of April 1802. JOS HABERSHAM, Postmaster-General. Central Post Office, ) Philadelphia, March 20, 1800. J eotjy. A NEIV MUSICAL REPOSITORY IS NOW OPENED At Chalk's Circulating Library, No. 75 North Third Street, WH 1 RF. may be had, <7// the Fujkionable JVfitti; campofiug the songs &c lately i'old at the Repository in Sourh SeconJ Streof. To wM. h, ia a few days, will be added, feme PIANO IOxU'ES of a very fupt-rior tone and qwulity, Flutes, Violins, befl Reman Violin String, and every other article in the musical line, which will be fold in prime order, and oh the moll reasonable terms. Kubfcriptiont re/eived for the Musical Journal (or the Piano Forte, a:>d the Flute or Violin, th« firlt fix numbers of which are already published, and may be purchased together or frparatcly by l non fubferibers. * March 6,-1800. NOTICE 'pHE Parterfbip of JOHN HAINES & WJL. * LI AM JQA'ES, trading under the firm *f H S INES JONPS, was by mutual agreement dissolved on the 24-h of January lad. All jtifjrs intereficd, especially those iixlkbted to them, will pUafe to call as early as, polCblc on William Jones, who ia duly authorifea to adjust the »r concerns. JOHN HA IN ES. WILLI* M JONES. The btifioefs will in future l>e conducted by William Jones, at the former (land Mo 131 Mar ket Hiect, id door ai>ovi 4th, where he on hand and means to keep a fu-iply cf the best and mOst «Ai-iioi»ablc fa<jd!es ar.d bridle?; Pla ted idlery and C'.v r mounted "larnefs of all k'ndeatid fire buckets, together v ith a gen. era! afibrtnjcnt cf every other article usually at tached to th.it line onis*tf*.. March 11 CAUTION. I HE I'ubhe arcautio edajjainfl receiving the > Sfibfcribers Nou in , U\or. ina indor sed by Thomns V» r . Francis, dated ytfterday, at 6c day* after date for fi|ht hJri'died dollars. 1 he note is 111 the hand writing of the Subscri ber, and at tbe b t f om a memorandum by the indorfer, to 4he credit of the drawer, Thomas W Francis I his note togethtr withacon tracl between Charles Williamfoa, and Charlqa Hale for Liids in township, .No. 4, ia the sth range of Stru^ercounty, fhfe of New.Jersey, and fußdry other papers cnt»ir.ed mi a Pocket Book, were taken frtm the Subfcribera dtfk lift evening. As tbe above can be of "no ufc to the perfpn who has carried them r AT, (hhould tkey be returned, n<> questions (hall he aiked. SAMUEL MIFFLIN. dtf. February 6 TO BE SOLD FOft CASH, OR KXCHAKQF.D, For property in the City, or within thirty miles of it y A PLANTATION or tn£l of Land in Mifliin County and State of Pennfylva- within £x miles of the river Juniata, con taining about 320 acres. There are about fifty acre* cleared, part of which is a rich bottpm, watered by a ronftant flream that is ftrorg •Hough to work an oil or a grirt mill Any person inclining to deal for it, inay obtain fur ther information by jfoptyin? at the offic • of this gazette. N. B. If fold, cred t wiH be gjveii for part of the money. O&Qbcr 17, 1799. dtf. FOR SALE Or to be exchanged for a good Vcflel, AN elegant new two flory FKAME HOUSE, twenty Cevcn feet front by thirty-four in depth, with a commodious piazza and kitchen, to gether with a coach house and stable, situate in the flourifhing village of Frankford, The heufe, which may be entered the firft of June next, will be finifticd iu the ncateft ftiie with many conveni ences and will be well adapted to a large genteel family; who may wifti to reiiie iu the country du ring the summer season. In exchange, it will be Valued low, if a veflel offer that may befuitable. Further particulars will be made known by as plication to MOORE WHARTON. February 24. NOTICE. WHEREAS Mathew Irwin did on the 8;k day of July J 797 make an aflignment of hi* 41 estate ana effe<9s, to us the fubferibers, for the be nefit of such of his.creditors, as fbould on or before the aoth of September, 1797, execute to him a full and final difcharcrtr—N>w thofc iff his creditsr? who are entitled ro a dividend under said aflign ment are rrquefled to furi-ith their accounts to Samuel Meeker, with interest calculated up to the Bth day of July, 1797, a;, a dividend will ly be ft ruck on the firll day of April next, and thofc who neg!e& t© comply with this notice will there after l/e excluded from the benefit ol the fame. Philip Kicklin Samuel Meeker Natb'l Ltivis, by bis Ads. }>Affignees. Pearson ITdnt John M. Taylor Philadelphia, March 14 A SUMMER RETREAT. 70 BE RENTED, A NEAT AND CONVEX IEHf HOUSE, ON the Frankford Ro2d, two miles from the City, with a good Stable and Garden. Pq£- g* session may be kad immediately. For termi enquire of the march aB. A LOT OF GROUND, CONTAINING fix acres and three quarters, »t ihe corner of the townthip lme road, »nd th« fame Jeading from the F»U» Tavern to German town, handfomcly fitua'cd for building, and well watered. Esquire sf the Printtr. i n " rcb .*?: .. .. .. PMNTED BY y. IV. FBNNb. 3ta*'3vr dtf. ~ m&th.tf dWt ( Jtaw.