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for seven or tf.n years, THE FOLLOfVL\'G HOUSES. ONE on Walnut-ftieet, near Founh-ftreet, 23 feet front, has two parlours below, the lioni one by feet, the back parlour is by 14 feet. The front room up ftai»s is by 17£ feet. There are five good chambers in this house, besides the garret is divided into three rooms, iu two ot them there are fire- places. The other House i» 27 feet upon Walnut flreet, and 53 feci upon 4th street; there are tw« £ood parlours below, one of them 25 by 20 1-2 feet, the other 25 by 18 1-1 feet, and seven com plete bed-chambers; besides the garret is di vided into- 4 rooms, 3 of which rooms have fire* placcs. The kitchens are good ones, and aTe tindrr the houses ; the largest house has also a house-keeper's room. It is intended there (hall a communication from boih of these houses to a neighbouring ice-house, fnfficiently large to supply 3 houses. Within 50 yards of these houses, there wiH be compleat stables and coach houses, for both houles ; they will be finifhed in the most compleat manner, ana the keys ready to be delivered early in the summer. On paying half the money down (if fold) the othrr half may be paid by inftalmems, or the whole may remain for 5 years, paying interest and giving security on the premises. For terms of sale or lease, apply to the Sut>- fcriber, GEORGE MEADE. Who has jqr SALE, Sundry Ground Rents, J 7 In this city, amounting to twertty-five pounds sixteen (billings and fix-pence, per annum. Also, a quantity of BAGS, that will contain two and a half and three and a half bufbels. Jan. 19, 1792. efwi BANK OF THE UNITED SPATES., February ift, 1793. WHEREAS foreigners holding Stock in the Bank of the United States may pre fer receiving their Dividends in Europe, to re ceiving them in America, RESOLVED, That any proprietor of the Capital Stock of the Bank of the United States .residing in Europe, (hall be entitled to receive either in London or in Amsterdam, the- half yearly dividends which may be declared there on—in London at the rate of one pound sterling for every four hundred and forty-five cents, or in Amsterdam at the rate of one guilder current money for every forty cents and four mills—the dividend declared in January of each year, to be paid in London or in Amsterdam 00 the fe eond Monday ol July following—and the divi dend declared in J uly of each year, to. be paid in London or in Amsterdam on the iecoud Mon day of January following. Provided, That every such Proprietor (pre vious to the declaring of any Dividend, so to be paid in London or in Amsterdam) shall give au thentic notice to the President and Directors of the Bank at which of the said Cities he will re ceive the said Dividend. By the President and Directors. JOHN KEAN, Cashier. City of Washington. January 71b, 1793. A NUMBER of Lois in this City will be of fered tor sale at auction, by the Commit fioners, on the 17th Hay of September next.— One fourth part of the pHrchafe money is to be paid down, the residue at three equal annual pay ments with yearly interest on the whole princi pal unpaid. JOHN M. GANTT, Cltrk to the Cem'rs. Extratt n f an Ast of the General Assembly of Maryland, concerning the Territory of Co lumbia, and the City at Wa(hingion. "Be enaflcd, That any foreigner may by deed or ail/, hereafter to he made, taie and hold lands zvithin that part oj theJaid Territory which lies with ■tn this State, in the fame manner as if he was a citi zen nf this State ; and the fame lands may le.con veyed by him, and transmitted to and be inherited by his heirs or relation t, as if he and they were citizens tfthi, State: Provided, That no foreigner /b*U, in Virtue hereof, be (ntit/ed to any further or other privilege of « citizen." J a ". 'Q- tf 50 Dollars Reward. RAN away on the 25th instant, a likely Ne gro Man called Isaac, about twenty-three years oid, five feet fix or eight inches high, a well made tellow, fond of talking, has a large mouth, and (hows his teeth very much when talking; had on when he went away, a brown linen shirt, a short white kersey over jacket with a very high collar and plain b-caft, with but.ons ■which appeaf to have been very gay ; a paii of white keifey hrecches, a pair of white knit yarn Hacking?, a pair of Ihnes wiih. firings in them, and a coarse hat ; all ihe above clothes arc al moil new. Said Negro was fprmeily the oro perty of Mr. William Thomas, late of Kent County, near George-Town Cross Roads, de ceased, and has for several years been employed in that neighbourhood, and principally by .. Mr. Maxwell, and lately by McflTrs. John and James Larmack, as a waggoner, whicii bulinefs he is well acquainted wiih, and is what he prefers • and has been engaged in driving a waggon Irom laid Cross.Roads to lluck-Creck, & c . until Auguftlaft. lexpcfthowUl make his way lor the neighbourhoods of George-Town, Duck- Creek, Dover or Wilmington. The above re ward will i-.e paid, if delivered to me in th.s place, or Thijiy Dollars if fccured in any goal, la that r get him again. He i s an a ,,f u | f e n ow and when taken, will make his el'cape, unless particularly secured. JEajtqv, OWF.N KENNARD. lalbot Dec. 28, 1792. em TICKETS Jn the FEDERAL CITT LOTTERY May be had svSAMUEL COOPER'S Ferry.' yvsr pußirsncD, By Thomas Dobfon, Seok fcUcr, at the Stone-Houje, in Second Jlreet, PHI LADEIfhiA, VOLUME VII, of ENCYCLOPEDIA: or, a DICTIONARY OF ARTS, SCIENCES, AND MISCELLANEOUS LITERATURE, On a Plan entirely veto : BY WHICH The Different SCIENCES and ARTS are diverted into the Form of Diftinft, TREATISES or SYSTEMS : COMPREHENDING THE Hiflory, Theory., and Prasice, of ejich, according to the Latest Difcovtries and im provements : and full Explanations given of the various detarhed parts of Knowledge, whether relating to Natural and Artificial Oojefts, or to Matters EccUfiaflical, Civile Military, Commer cial, See. Including Elucidations of the most im portant Topics relative to Religion,Morals,Man ners, and the Qecotiomy of Life : together wirh a Dcfcription of all the Countries, Cities, prin cipal Mountains, Seas, Rivers, &c. throughout the World ; a General Hiftoty, Ancient and Modern, of the different Empires, Kingdom** and States ; and an account of the Lives of the most Eminent Persons in every Nation, from the earliest ages down to the present times. Com piled from the writings of the best author, in Several Languages ; the most approved Dictiona ries, as well of General Science as of particular branches; the Tranfa£lions, Journals, and Me moirs of the learned societies, both ai home and abroad—the MS. lettures of eminent profeffors on different Sciences : and a variety of original Materials, furnillied by an extensive Correfpon dcnce. The Seventh Volume contains a description of Mount Etna, Eudiometer, Exchange, Expe rimental Philosophy, Svftem of Farriery, Feudal fyftern, Fire, fixed Air, Fluxions, Food, Fortifica tion, Fossils, hiftocy of France, Gardening, Gas, Geneva, Geography, Geometry, Gilding, Glass,, &c. with a variety of articles in natural history, biography and mi feel lames. Illustrated with Thirty Eight elegant Copperplates. CONDITIONS. I. The work is printing on a fuperfine paper, and new types, (cast for the purpofr) which will be occasionally renewed before they con trail a worn appearance. 11. The work isfurniftied in boards, in volumes or half-volumes, as fubferibers chufe; the price of the whole volumes, five dollars each, of the half-volumes two dollars and two-thirds of a dollar each. Ten dollars to be paid on sub scribing, the volumes or half-volumes finifhed to be paid for when delivered, the price of one volume to be paid in advance, and the price of each succeeding volume to be paid on deliver ing the volume preceding it. No part of the work will be delivered unlefspaid for. 111. In the course of the publication will be de livered about five hundred copperplates ele gantly engraved in Philadelphia : which by far exceed in number those given in any other icientific di£lionary. At the close ot the pub lication will be delivered an elegant frontif piece, the dedication, preface, and proper ti tle pages for the different volumes, It is expefled the work will be compiifed in about eighteen volumes in quarto. Those who wifti to becomepofleffbrs of this valuable work will please to be early in their applications, as the fuhfeription is nearly closed. Jan. 23. War Department, Ja nuar y 28, 1793. INFORMATION is hereby given to all the military Invalids of the United States, that the faros to which they are entitled for fix niont hs of their annua! pension, from the 4th day of September 1792, and which will become due on the sth day of March 1793, will be paid on the said day by the Commiflioners of the Loans within the states refpeflively, under the usual regulations, viz. Every application for payment mud be ac companied by the following vouchers: lft. The certificate given by the ttate, fpecifv ing tha.t tbe person poiTefling the fame is in fift an Invalid, and ascertaining the sum to which, as such, he is annually intitled. 2d. An affidavit agreeably to the following form : A. B. came before me, one of the Justice* of,!the county of in the state of and made oath that he is the fame A. B. to whom the original certificate in his pofleflion giv en, of which the following is a copy (the cer tificate given by the slate to be recited) That he served (regiment, corps or vessel) at the time he was disabled, and that he npw resides in the and county of and has resided there for the last years, previous to which he resided in In cafe an Invalid ftiould apply for payment hv an attorney, the said attorney, besides the certificate and oath before recited, must produce a fpccial leti-er of attorney agreeable to the fol lowing form : I, A. B. of countv of state of do hereby conllitute and appoint C. D. of my lawful attorney, to receive in my behalf of my pension for fix tnonthi, as an Invalid ol the United Slates, from the 4th day of Sep tember 1792, and ending the 4th day of March >733-. Signed and Sealed in the Pjefence of Acknowledged before me, Applications of executors and administrators mud be accompanied with legal evidence of T VI V >' VC ?' h r"' and also of ,l,c Invalid died, whnfe pension they may claim By Command of the President ol the United States, H. KNOX, Secretary at War. PT TheP'J»t,rs in the refieahe Statu are r( . puthfk the aiove in their Ntwfbafen J,r thejpafe oj i mintii. t r J -320- FOR SALE, By the Subjcribir, st Wahul-Street Wharf, BILL or EXCHANGE Madeira Wine, Fit for immediit# ule, in pipes & quarter calks, TENERIFFE WINE, in pipw, SHERRY WINE, in quarter calks, WEST-INDIA RUM, t, 3 and 4 proof, OLD BRANDY, OLD SPIRIT, COPPERAS, BRIMSTONE, ALLUM, Two Bales 10-4 BLANKETS, and A Bale of MUSLINS. A new 13-4 loch CABLE, 120 fa'homs long, GEORGE MEADE. Philadelphia, Jan. 19, 1793. ep2m NEW TEAS. IMPERIAL,HYSON&SOUCHONG Of the very firft quality, latest iropoitation from Canton, iria New-York, by retail,at No. 19, Third, between Chcfnui and Market Streets, N. B. A few Boxes of the above HYSON for sale. Insurance Company. AT a general meeting (by adjournment) of the Insurance Company of North-America, on Wednesday thei6th initant, It was Resolved, THAT the Instalments which, according to the Constitution, will become due on the tecond Monday of July and January next, or cither of them, may b* paid by any Stockholder at an earlier period ; and any Stockholder so paying such instalment, or inftalraents, (hall receive a proportionate fliare of the Dividends thereafter to be made, calculating such (hare from the firft day of the month succeeding luch payments re fpe£lively. Extra£c from the Minutes, EBEN. HAZARD, Sec'ry. Philadelphia, Jan. 23. PLANS OF THE City of Washington, Sold by the Booksellers, DOBSON, CAREY, "YOUNG, & CRUKSHANK. A New Post-Road. HAVING been desired to eftablifti a pofl road from Reading, in the state of Penn sylvania, to Williamfburg, at the Great Forks of the Genefee river, Notice is hereby given, chat proposals will be received at the General Poll- Office, for carrying a weekly mail between Reading and Williamfburg aforcfaid, by the following route, to wit : the Great Road now improving between Reading and the town of Northumberland ; from the latter place to Loyal Sock creek ; thence to Lycoming creek ; thence in the new road to the Painted Port, on river; and thence to Williamfburg. The proposals will be received until the tsth of March next, inclusively ; the carriage of the mail to commence within one month after- wards. Necessary Poft-Offices are to be established on the route, arid such persons appointed Post masters as the Contractor (hall name, and tlie Postmaster-General approve. Within three months after the carriage of this mail is commenced, the Contraflor is to state to the Postmaster-General the days and hours of its arrival and departure at and from the principal Poft-offices, which experience (hall prove to be moli convenient • and thereafter the mail is to be delivered at the refpeftive Poft-offices at the hours so fixed, unavoidable accidents excepted, on penalty of one dollar for each hour's delay ; and for the non-performancc of a trip, the Con tractor to forfeit twenty dollars. The term of the contrail cannot exceed eight years. During its continuance the Contrtiftor is to receive the ratesof poftageby law eftiblifhed, and to have the exclusive privilege of carrying letters and packets for hire, such excepted, as ffijll be Tent by a fpccial meftenger, or which arc or Ihall be by law declared free. TIMOTHY PICKERING, P. M. G. General PoJl-OJJice, Jan. t>2, 1793. A GREAT BARGAIN. FOR Salt-, a beautiful (ituation on the P<j towmack, adjoining the town of Alexandria and in a line of diredion towards the Federal City, and George Town,m full view of each place, commanding a profpeft of the river and adjacent country of Maryland and Virginia, for many miles; about 45 or 50 acres of Land, lying di reflly on the river, will be fold', with the im. piovements, which are, a two-ftorv framed dwelling-house, neatly finilhed, a kitchen,office, brick fmoke-hbufe and dairy, two-(lorv framed barn, a well of excellent water, and an ice houle, a yard and garden, neatly railed and highly improved, with a number of other ne cessary improvements ; the whole of the land enclosed with polls and rails, tenor fifieen acres laid down, with different kinds of grass. Its contiguity to thofc three towns must renderit an object worthy the attention of any person who wilhes to invert money in a propel ty that must enhance in value, in proportion to the rapid in cteafe of the Federal City,' Alexandria and George-Towu. This property lies nearly in a central fttuation to each place. The Potowmack at this spot has a fine deep (hore and harbour, capable of receiving veflels of any burden. It may not be improper to observe, that men of judgment think a profitable and convenient «r"ru- mi S hl he "t6ed here to the City of Washington and the Maryland (hores leadin,; to Baltimore aod Philadelphia.— Alio to fell, 21 c acres of Wood-Land, about three miles distant which will suit well to supply the above in wood and timber. Theiitle may be seen to the above property which is indifputablc, and terms known by application to the fubferiber, livinir on the prcmifts. 6 Etcl2/i) ljjt. BALDWIN DADE. Cp 2J» BANK OFT HE UNlTfibST Arts. It ESOL V ID, '"PIiAT the Calhier he authnriCed A from the proprietor of any numbt, „f to J pl<»t (hares, ftich Certifi ates, not , n h „ name a, he ma, be the proprietor , ...J cancelling the fame, to itf„e a new Cr,i,fi ciu Certificates in lieu tfuteof, in theea mc ot ( w proprietor. c * JU.OLV.B, That m ,|| f,„„, Wfft rf ewnpltat lharr, in the opital lUk .1 lht 8 „,,, the Certificate. ol the lh..res iraii,le„ t( ) be ca« 'a- t' ' " cw or Ctl "Sc«» b« if ,Umc of lhr '""''"""rpHreWt, ir That ,h ' C " ,lfic, "» in k-"u, t liliicd, be foi one 01 nnnt lharti, ti t( , t prietor may rrquefl; and ,h< IICW Crrtijrafe or w'' ?■" b V <W corr ffp<rtident*nunob»,» ihole in lieu of which ihcy arc .iTurd 3 W JOHN KF.AN, Cfl,,;, A further Caution. ALL persons arc hereby cauiioned from rtce « ing of Thomas Mache & Co. or anv ,„!w person, four Notes of Hand, given by ih c | J[(! James Carincr, of Wilmington, Nofth-Cirolir.i la Samuel Jackfm, of Philadelphia, all beari„ R daii the 19th July, 1785, amounting in the «n H >| ( t» £.2,600 13 3 North-Carolina currency; the greatett part ot which said Notes have been'pai* to said rhonas Mache & Co. in proof of w h lc „ the (üblcnberf have the dcpofition of Mr. Mauduit }atkfon, and other documents which la fully and clearly iliuftrate the matter. It is therefore cxpefied that this notice, witk the one advertised in this paper in May and' Jm* 1791, will be a fufficicnt caution to the public. ' THOMAS WRIGHT, ) ROBERT SCOTT, ( Executor* MAR. R. WILLKINGS, ) Wilmington, (N. C.) Jug. t, ,792. (,atn 9 m) Stock Brokers Office^ t. No.4s,Great Dock-ll»«t, Ntw-YoitK, THE Subscriber imendingto confine hi'nCif' entirely to the PURCHASE akd SALs », STOCKS on COMMISSION, Begsleave tooffcr his fervtces to hisfriends and otheis, in theiine bfa Stock Broker. 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