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Amgufi 27, 1793- NO TIC C.i> hereby given that i»opstait will be received imiil lht ijb day of OA>ber next, inelufively, by David Henly at Knonville, in the lerriiory iouih Weft of theOtnoj InlllM supply ot all rauoot which may be required for the ufa ps (be Uoucd Stats», tram Itairldiy of January to Hk thirty-Sift day of December, 1794, both dayt incltifive, at the plaeea, and? within the diftrUb hereafter mentioned, via. 1. At any place or placet from the mouth of the River Teneffee to Oecochappo or Bear Creek, on the said River inclusively* «. At any place or placet from the mouth of the rivw** Cumberland to Naihvillc, on the said river, and "S Naftiviile. . 3. At any j7k.ee or placet wtthtn thirty miles of said Nashville I? the weftwara or northward theredf, 4. At Bledfoe'tLick.oT any place or placet between the said Lifck Nashville. *. At any place or places irom Uledfoe's Lick to the crof&ng of Cumberland civer, along the new Trace, at or near the great SaU Lick, and at the said eroding place over GUmberKnd river. 6. At any place or the laid tracts from the eroding of Cumberland river to the mouth of Clinch river, and at the said mouth of Clinch river. 7. At ajiy place or placet between the laid month ot Clinch a*d Knoxville, arid at Knox -3; AtKny place or places on the north-wrft e*n frontiers of Wafliingtou and Hamilton dif tr'.£fi, io the Territory South of the Ohio, fiom |V mouth of Clinch to the Virginia line. q At any place or places on the (outlier n frontiers of the kid d.drifts of Wellington and Hamilton. 10. At any other place or places in the tern tory South of the Ohio, unit herein mentioned The rations to be supplied are toconfmol the following articles, viz. One pound of bread or flour, - One pound of beef, or £ of a pound of pork, Half a ji»l of brandy, rum or whilky, One quart of fait Two quarts of vinegar r loorit ioni. Two pounds of soap f Onr pound of candles j The rations are to be furniftied in such quan tities, at that there shall at all timet, during the said term, be fufßcient for the consumption of the troops at each fort or other stationary poll, which is or may be eftabl'fhed for the space of at least thre« months in advance, in good and wholesome provisions, if the fame (hall be re quired. It is to be understood in each cafe, that all losses sustained by the depredations of the ene mies, or by means of the troops of the United States, (ball be paid for at the prices of the ar ticles captured or deftroved, on the depofi'ions of two or more creditable chara6ter c , and the cernficatfcof a comrniflioned officer, ascertaining the circumftancct of the loss, and the amount of the nrticlet for which compensation it claimed. Those who may become proposers are re qut fted transmit without delay to the Secre or Treasury duplicates of their. propofalt. >pofala wijl be at Knox >c • -rfaid 4 where the said David Henly will make known the offer which is accepted, and will conclude the contra#. Trealuvy Department, jiugt/Jl 10, 1793. NOTICE is hereby given, that Propol'als will be received at the Office of the Se cretary of the Treasury, until the 14th day of September next inclusively, to furniih by contrast ,the fallowing articles of Cloathing, for the life of the Unilcd States, via. 4.800 Hats, j, 120 Stocks, 5,120 Stock-Clasps, 50,480 Shirts, 5,120 Veils, 5,120 Coats, 9,600 Woollen Overalls, 9,600 Linen ditto, 19,200 pairs of Shoes, 9,600 pairs of Socks, 3,1 2") Blankets, 340 Caps, 320 pairs of Leather Breeches, 640 pairs of Boots, 320 pairs of Spurs, 640 pairs of Stockings, 1,523 Rifle Shirts. The cloathing to be delivered at the city cf Philadelphia ; one fourth pai tof the whole number of suits on or before the ; 15th of Fe bruary, one fourth 011 or before the 15th of April, and the remaining half on or before the 15th of June, 1794. The articles must be agreeably to fueh pat terns as lhall be diretted by the Secretary for the Department of War. Payment will be made as soon as the whole of the articles (hall have been delivered. epti4S. War Department, ■dugufi !ft, 1793. Information is hereby given L aii the Military Invalids of the United States, that the sums to which they are intitled for fix months of their annual pension, frnm the 4th day of March last, and which will become due on the sth5 th of September next, w>H be poi<j 00 the fa id day by the Commissioners of the Loans, with in the States refpeftively under the usual regu lations. By Command of the President of the United States. H. KNOX, Secretary at War. N. B. The Printers in tie rtfp'Mive States a*e feque/led to publifli the aiove in their aew/fiafer s for the Jpace of two months. TICKETS la the FEDERAL CITY LOTTERY, May be bid at SAMUEL COOPER'S Ferry. To the Public. THE Eultor of the Gazette of th* United States, proposes the Paper, under that Title, every Evening, Sunday's excepted. To render it interesting as a Daily Publi cation, it Ihall contain foreign and doniettic, commercial and political Intelligence Es says and Observations, local and general :— Maritime information Current of Merchandize and the Public Fund». Also a luminary of the proceedings of and of the Legislature of thi^^tate':—with a Iketch of Congressional Debates," &c. AovEiTtaNC favors will be gratefuljy re ceived. f ■ *** TERMS. To be printed on paper of the demy size ; bat a larger size lha.ll be fubftitutedin Decem ber next. The price Six Dollars per Annum, to be paid half Yearly. When a fufficient number of Subfcribefs is obtained, the Publication (ball commence. In the interim, the Gazette will l>e pubViHi ed twice a week as ufu&l.—Subfcription* are refpeftfully solicited by the Public's humble fervaut, JOHN FENNO. Subscriptions are received at the City Tavern, South Second Stjeet—by Mr. Dobfon, at the Stone Houje—by other perjons who are in pojjejfion oj Jub fenption paper and by the Editor» at kit nquft* So. 34, North Fifth-Street. THE EDITOR MOST earneflly requtfls those •/ his diflant Sub tribr.rs who are in arrears for the Gazette, tQ make payment asJoonsi pojjible.—Thofe persons who have receivedfubfcription money on his account are dtfired to remit the fame. The arrearages for the Gazette have accumulated to aferious amount—Serious, as they are the only resource to dif charge engagements incurred in the p/ojecution penjivepublication. Philadelphia, Jun< t6. Seat of War. For Sale, at M. CAREY's Store, No. 118, Market-street, A Sheet Map of the French, Austrian and Dutch Netherlands, in which the progress ot' the present War may be traced. Price three eighths oja dollar. And a Map of the Three Northern DHtrifts of France, divided into Departments. P> ice i of a dollar. Vlaps of the United States :—Any public spirited gentlemen, pof felttd of materials for correcting and improv ing the Maps of the several States, will lay M. Carey under very particular obligations, by communicating them. He is in immediate want of some for New-Jersey and Delaware ; of w.iich States he is now preparing Maps. Guthrie's Geography: The subscription for this wo k will be con tinued open, at the present rate of twelve dollars, till the firft day of November next J after which, it will be raised to fourteen dol lars- Augujl 14. District oj Pennsylvania, to wit. TK E IT REMEMBERtD - lh2t on (is) ihe thirteenth day ot August, in \ ' '/ the eighteenth year of ihe Indepen v dence of the United States of America, THOMAS DOBSON, of the said Diarid, hath deposited in this Office the Title of a Book, the Right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in the woids following—to wit: " Transactions of the College of 14 Physicians or Philadelphia.—Vol. I« \* Part I. Non Jibi fed toti." In conformity to the Ad of the Congress of the United States, irttitulec), <l An Ast for the Encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to the Au thors and Proprietors of such Copies, during the ti&cs therein mentioned.'* - CAtDWEUytorlMji City of Washington. January 71b, 1793. A NUMBER of Lots in this City will be o\ fered for sale atau&ton, by the Commi fioners, on the 17th 4ay of September next.- One fourth part of the purchase money ia "to be paid down, the residue at three equal annual pay ments with yearly interefton the whole princi pal unpaid. JOHN M. GANTT, Clerk to the Extras of an Ast ot the General Atfembiy of Maryland, concerning the Territory of Co lumbia, and the City ot Washington. 44 Be it tna&cd, That aay foreigner may by deed or to be made. take and hold tanas within that paYt 0} theJatd Territory which lies with in this State, in the fame manner as if he was a citi zen of this State ; and the fame lands may be con veyed by him, and transmitted to and be inherited by his heirs or relations, as if he and they were citizens of thi> State: Provided, That no foreigner fhal! y in virtue hereof be entitled to any jue thei or other privilege of a citizen.*' J an - '9' Stock Brokers Office, No. 16, Wall-street, Niw-York, THESubfcriber intending to cpnfine himfclf entirely to the PURCHASE & SALE of STOCKS on COMMlSSlON,begaleave toof fer hisfervices to his friends and others, inthe line ofa Stock Broker. Those who may please to favor him with their business, may depend upon having it tranfa&ed with the utmost fide lity and dispatch. Orderr from Philadelphia, BoAon, or any other part of the United States, wil 1 be ftri&ly attended to. > (tXJ ' LEONARD BLEECKER 536 By THOMAS 10HNMN, DAVID STUART,it DANIEL CARROLL, Esquires, Commissioners appointed by Government to prepare the Public Buildings, &c. within tlie City of Wajkxvgton, for the reception of Con gress, and tor iheir permanent residence after the year 1800— A LOTTERY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE Federal City. 50,000 Ticket 7 dollar, are 350,000 dollari. LIST OF PRIZES, vii. I Supei b Hotel, with baths,) out houses, &c.&c. to ci»ft J 1 Ca(h Ptize l ditto 1 ditto i ditto 2 ditto 10 ditto 20 ditto ioo ditto 200 ditto 400 ditto 1,000 ditto 15,000 ditto •6,737 SB> BUnkt 50,000 By this scheme at leaji the amount of the tick ets will return to the fortunate adventurers, and yet the federal City will gain its object thereby, in a magnificent building designed both for pub lic and private convenience. Although some expence must neceflarily at tend the conducing of the lottery, (which ex pcnccwill be taken from the principal priK)thc Coinmiflioners having agreed to prefcnt in re turn a tufficient quantity of excellent free-ftone, togtlhcf with ihe best adapted lot» sot the hotel and for the out-houfcs, the value of the lottery entire may be fairly rated at Jomttntng more than par: In this important inftancc it will be found, on examination, to exceed all the lotteries that have ever been offered to the Public in this or perhaps in any other country. The keys of the Hotel, when compleat, will be delivered to the fortunate pofffrffor of the ticket drawn aagaiofl its number.— Al! the other prizes will be paid, without deduction,in one monthafterthc drawing, by the City Treasurer at Walhinglorl, or al such Bank or Banks as may be herealter announced, for the conveniency of the fortunate adventurers. The drawing will commence on Monday the 6th of September next, »t the City of Walhing ton. Ticketa may be had of Col. Wm. Dickens, City Treasurer of Wellington ; Thaxer & Bjrtfel, of Charleston, South-Carolina j Gideon Denijon, Sa vannah; Messrs. James Wejl £# Co. Baliunore ; Mr. Peter Gilman, Boston; and at such other place* as will be hereafter published. N. B. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS will be given for thebeft Plan of an elegant and con venient HOTEL or INN, with hbt and cold Batbs, Stables, and other out houses, ijprefevted tmor bejort the toth oj <iprii next-, ami a pre ference will be given to the Artist for a Con tract, provided he be duly qualified to com pleat his plan. The ground on which the Hotel and out houses are to be ercfied, will be a corner lot of about 90 by 200 feet, with a bcick avenue to the stables, &c. Stftions and estimates of the expense will be cxpefted with the elevations, &c. compleat ; and 50,000 dollars mult be regarded by the Architect as the utmost limit in the expense intended lor this purpose. S. BLODGET, Agent for the affaiis of the City \awsw March, 61793, Hercule De Sercey, from Ltogtne, IJluiti oj St. Domingo, M AKES and fells all fo>t» of Mugs Jacks, Porringers, Cups,Stew-Pans, Lamps, &c. in Tin, plain or japanned—He also pnends old tip wqrk. . Aji be worki cheap, he bopci for the public rooouiagcmcnt. No..a®, K,icc.ftreet, near Front-street. June*?. . HERCULE DE SERCEY, Donoinquc, travaille en fer Blanc, de tome forte de manieres a corcvmande et a bon marche. A Philadelphie, ce 22 Juin, 1793. No. 23, Race-street, pres From-ftreet. INSURANCE COMPANY. Philadelphia, July ift, 1793. NOTICE is hereby given to the members of the insurance Company of North Ameri ca, that the Dircttors have declared a dividend (to this day) of fix per cent on the amount of the firft instalment, and of one per cent per month, on the sums paid towards the second and third instalments, calculating from :he firft day of the month following that in whitfh these pay ments were made. The Dividend will be paid to the Stockholders or their Reprefcniatives, at the Company's Office, (No. 119, south Front- Street) at any time after the 7th inft. EBENEZER HAZARD, Sec'ry. As the members of this Company ure much dispersed throughout the United States, the Printers in the J'everalJlates are requejied tcfigive the akuve a place in their netvjpapers. THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, By THOMAS DOBSON, At the Stone HouJe t No. 41, foutk Second-Street^ Medical Tranfa&ions College of Physicians OJ Philadelphia : Volume I. Part I. Price in boards One Dollar. Atfo lately publijhed ty T. Dobfon y Dr. UNDERWOOD'S TREATISE On ihc diseases of Children, with general di re&ions for the management of infant* from the birth, adapted both tor the life of Medi» cal Pra&itioners and private Families. TWO VOLUMES IN ONE, Price *ne delicti natly bcuxd. 50,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 5,000 art 1,000 500 too 5° 25 20 lO 10,000 10,000 20,0C0 150,000 Dollars 350,06© or THE TtfKASCRY DEPARTMENT, Jtrne*6,t SW . NOTICE ishereby given, that p<<>poUl« w;ll be received al the office of the- Secretary of tbe Treafory, Unlit ihe fourteenth day ot Vp» timber next inclulively, for the fiapply ot all Ration* Which may be required for the use of the United States, from (he lull day of January to the thirty-fi'ft day of December 1794, both daya inclotive, at the placet, and wnkio lb» diftii&s hereafter mentioned, vie. At any place or places betwixt York-Towu and Carlisle, in the ftace of PennlyUania, and Pittfburgh,iat Pitt(burgh,Yol k-town&Carlifle. 2. At any place or places fru»m Piuiburgh t« 4he mouihof Big Beaver Creek, and at the mouth of Big Beavtr Crtrfr. • ■ Al any place or placea from the f»M noat| (b the upper falU of the said Big Heave#, ud at the upper faHa. 4. At any place or placea from the f<id »ppw falli to Ma boning, and at Mahoning. 5. At any place or placca from the said Ma honing over to theHeatJ Navigation of the rivet Cayahoga, »nd atthe laid Head Nav gation. 6., At auy place or placo trom the said Head Navigation to the mouth of the said river Caya boga, and atthe said mouth. 7. At any place or placea betwixt the mouth of. the Biff Beaver Creek, to the mouth of the rivr Mulkingum, and up the said river to the Tufcerowaa, and at the Tufcarowaa, and thenctf over to the Cayahoga river, and thence down thtf* said river to its mouth. 8. At any place or places betwixt the mouth of the river Mulkingun anri the tnouth of the Scioto river, and at the mouth of the said river Scioto. 9. At any place or places betwixt die mouth of Scioto river & the mouth of the Great Miami, at the month of the Great Miami, and trom :henc« »o the rapid* or the falls of the Ohio, and at the said rapids. 10. At any nlace or places betwixt the mouth of the Great Miami, op the said Miami to and at Pique Town. i». At any place or places from FortWafti ington to Fort Hamilton, and at Fort Hamilton. At any place or places from Fort Hamilton to Fort St. Clair, and at Fort St. Clair. 12. At any placc or places from Fort St. Clair to Fort Jcfferfon, and at Fort Jcfferfon. >3. At any placc or places from Fort Jcfferfon to the fiejd of aaion of the 4th of November, 1791, and at the said' field ol adtion. 14. At any placc or places from the said field of a£Hon to the Miami Villages, and at the Miami Villages. _ ' i£. At any place or places from thefaii Mi ami' Villages to the falls of the Miami river, which empties into JLake Eric, and at the sard falls, and from thence Co its mouth, and at its mouth. 16. At any place or placcs from the mouth of the said Miami river of Lake Erie to Sandufky Lake, and at Sanduflcy Lake. 17. At any place or places from the said San dufky Lake, to the mouth of the river Cayahoga. 18. At any place or placcs from the mouth of the said river Cayahoga to Prefque Ific, and at Prefque Isle. 19 At any place or placcs from Prefque lOe to the ft ream running into Lake Eric from to ward* the Lake, *nd ibcncc over to and at the said J ada.ghque Lake,and thence dowo the Alleghany river to Fort Franklin. 20. At any place or places from Prefque Isle to Le Beuf, aud at Le Beuf. 21. At any place or places from Le Beuf to Fort Franklin, and at Fort Fra&klifl,. and fro*n thence to Piufburgh. 22. At any place or places from t<he rapids of the Ohio to'thfc mouth of the Wabafh river, and from the mouth of the said Wabafh river to the mouth of the river Ohio. 23. At any plaee or places on the East fide of the river MifGflippi, from the mouth of the Ohio river, to the mouth of the Illinois river. 24. At any place or places from the mouth o§ the laid Wabafo river up to Fort Knox, and at Fort Knox. 85. At any place or places from Fort Knox up the said Wabalh to Onittanon, and at Ouittanon. 26. At anv -place or places from OuHtanoti, up the said Wabafh, to the head navigation of a branch thereof called Little River, and the , said head navigation of Little River. 27. At any plat e dr placrs from the said head navigation of Ifittle River over to the Miami ViU At a«»y ptact Or places from the m«»«*th of th e river TeneflTee to Occochappo or Boar Creek # ®ii the said river, inclusively. ag. At any place or plages from the mouth or the river Cumberland to Nashville, on the said river, and at Nashville.. 30. And at any place or places within thirty miles ol said Nashville to the Southward, West ward or Northward thereof. Should any rations be required at any places, or within other diftri&s, not fpecified in thcle proposals, the price of the fame to be hereafter agreed on betwixt the public and the contra&or. The rations to be supplied are to conTift of the following articles, viz. One pound of bread or flour, One pound of beef, or } of a pound of pork, One quart of fait, } Mwo quarts of vinegar, ( IQO ration ,_ Two pounds ot loap, f r One pound of candles, ) The rations are to be furnifhed in such quanti ties as that there shall at all limes, during the said term, be fufficient tor the consumption of the troops at each of the said posts, for the space of at least 3 months in advance, in good and whole fame provisions, if the fame shall be required. #It is tobeunderftoodin each cafe,that alllofTc* fufliined by the depredations of the enemy, or by means of the troopsof the United States, shall be paid for at the pi ices of the articles captured or deftroyed,on the depositions 4 of two or more creditable characters, and the certificate of a commiflioned officer, ascertaining (he circum fiances of the lofs,and the amount of the article* for which compensation is claimed. The contratt for the above (upplies will be made either for one year, or (or two years, as may appear eligible. Persons disposed to contrail will therefore confine their offers to one year, or they may make their proportions so as to admit an elc&ion of the term of two years. The offers may comprise all the places have fpecified ? or a part of yjiem oily.