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v .ITTTHTARTMENT, Feb. 8 tb, 1804
Notice is hereby given,
T H Vl ' lep * le P 'f ,|Jt h i 'r' U , b Vînr i 'lht
1 at toe office of the Sécréta y for .he
De- üf ,V " r> UU ,l lh , e , v .»
of May next et.fu.n -, for the lupply of all
ruitous which may be required for the uf«.of
the U t.-ed States, from the 1 ft day ofOoto
be . 18 » 4 , on 1 1 'he 3 >th day of Sep emter
, 805 . both days mcluiive, at the following
pla,cs, viz.
F. fl. At Niagara, Detroit, M.ch.t.mac
käme, Cbtkago Foil Wayne, the polt on me
Mtamtof the Lakes, and at any place or pla-|
CCS, where troops are or tnav be It a toned,
marched or returned within the Ib'cuf O- j
h,„, and at any place or places „ f
Indiana territory north of the 41 ft degteeof j
ikurth latitude.
At South Weft Point, Tellico,
t"cond*
K-tox ville, Nafhville, ami within the Chero
between TetinelLe and Georgia,
a id on the Tenneflee river, and oil the road
Lid river and Nafhvtile, and at any
may be
kee
.'.uni
between
place
placet wnere tmops ate
arched or recruited within the
Hathnted, ina. .
ih'ts 'J I'enneiiee and Kcttiuckv.
Thud. At the gat r if on nc.r Vmcennct, on
the river Wabsilt.
At fort Maflac, near the mouth
. K'fliafkl.is, and at anv place or
m iv be Itationed,
Faut ih.
ol lire O'.'
ijerr Unops a e
j 1 cci u t'd 'v it hin 1 he 1 nduna tei * t
plac-»
n, 'then
torv, lotuh of the 41 I degree of noith iatt
tude, fVinCftitics
Ai St. L u;s, New Madtid, and
anv place of places w tcre troops ate
.'/s,i,!teu or 1 cci uiied in Lout*
of me lelileir.cms on the river
: ini)
hr It 1 i.HCl,
f.rn
'i enriclT e river, (the poil on laid uver ex
cep-ed.)
S ventil. At New-Otleaos, and any place
Fort
, tun
AtkatiU;
hixin.
At Ci.ic/.afaw Bluff.-, Aikattf.is,
Na.cii i, Fit Adams, Fort Siodiiart on the
M,.l> le
d at anv •, 1 -ce 01 piac.es w.-ete
Oe It toned, marched or
MiiutTippi teuttoty,
•ne toad between Natch- e and the
tt m . s sic t may
reciunco win o urn
and o
or pl.ceson the M Htifippi r-.ver, hrio
Aduins, and at Opeloula', Nalch tocilcs, and
at any other place or pl. t, s wiicie troop* aie
or m iy be Rationed, maref.ed or tcciu.tei in
Loutfiaua, nut bcfuie tneuttoned, or provided
-
for
- 't r , ,, . • 1 jin
Separate prnpofa.s will alio tse ttcetved as
afoielaid, tor the lupply of ali rations, wh.eh .
mdy be icquired lor the ule ot the United \
States, from thefiift dav of Januaiv, 1 805 , |
until the 41 It d„y of Dccetrner of the (a, ue ;
.. . , t • I i ■ ,1 „ » ,.,„ r 1 I
yuai, hotn day* «i-elulivr, w nlnn the loverai
limits tictein diicr mentioned, v.z. ^
Lighth* At 1 *'* t Wi.kmlon, CocA'ptir* J
Ifiaod, Htid ut miy price or prices where 1
t ate or may be ftatiout .% tn-rched or .
recruited within the Rate of Ceorgta. and on
» , j . » •*•,. ,„
the Indian boundary between Georgu A tue ;
Uivepw nation. |
Ninth. At Charlcfton, Rocky Mountain, j
on trie ncad waiei* oi the Sdt.icc. and at any
place or prices where uuop» *ne or m y hit j
ftaiione i, marched r recruited wiiuin the j
it dieb ui Sou'll m. u Noith CdiOtina,
At Notrijik, ami at arty price or -
places where troops a.eov >nay be lUiiuned |
matched ut tea ailed within xi*e ltd.cot \ ir*
ë m
t\l Fort M'tlenry, and et any j
place or pieces where tic-.ips ate or may be I
Pullonrd, in.i.clied or lecrai-.c-d w.ih n tin J
ftalc of M
.
ivciith.
y land & the otftiictof Colu.nbi*. S
-Ilt.i. At Foil M.tHiti, Pittfb trg, Cat' l
nid m any place or places wnereuoups
may be ftationeil, mai cued ot tecioutd
w tihi.t the lLtes of Pci.riiyi .ani ■, New Jer
icy ana Delaw ate.
lbtrteenth. At fort Jay, W cil 1 oint, AI- j
bauy, Schene&ridy, Sc al any r'l 'Ce or plates j
wireie troops are or may be Rationed, match*
cd or teciuite within the Hale ui New Y oik. |
(Nia^ata excepted.)
Fouitcenth. At F oft Tt umbull, Fort Wol
cott, and at any price or pricts where ttoups
are ur may be Battened, marched or recruited
within the Uaies oi Connecticut, Rhede I.«
l.fl
Sic
land and Vermont.
Fifteenth. At Fort Independence, (Bofton
haiboi) and at any pi ce ur places wiicre
troops aie or inay be llatioi.ed, matched ur
reciuited within the (late of MafT-chuletlb,
(lhediitriâ of Maine excepted.)
Sixteentn. At Burt.mouth, Portland, and
at any place or places where troops
may be lia. tuned inarched or reci uited within
tt\e Rate uf Ne.v-Hampfhirc and the d.ili id
of Maine,
A ration 10 confiSl of one pound and one
quarter ot buef or truce quarters of a pound
ol pork, eighteen ounces of {bread or flour,
. ... , * j , '
oil* gui uf I Uin. whllky or brandy, and at
the late of two quarts of f.lt, four quarts ot
vinegar, four pounds of Lap, and one pound
and otic half of candles, lo every huudteti
rations. The prices of the fcvcral component
paies of the ration (hould be ipecified ; but
the United States refer va the right of making
luclt alterations in the price uf tne component
parts of the ration afornlaid as lhalt make the
ptice of each part theresf bear a juftprnpot-.
uun to the propofed price for the whule ra
tion.
ot
»
The rations are to be furnifhed in fuch
quantities, that there (ball at all times, during
tne term of the prupoled contraft, be fuffi
cient fot the confumption of the troops at
Mtchtlimackanac, Detroit, Niagara and Chi
kugofor fix muaths irt advance, and at each
ot the other pofts on the wertem waters for
K imft ihice soonllis in a^vauce, of good and
wholefome provifions, if the fame (kill be
required. It is sKo to be permitted to all and
of the Commandants of fortified places
or C pofts to call for at feafons when the fame
P or a( , time in , he „ e
of urgency luch luppliesof l.ke provifi
jdva » Js Jn , he dircre[ion 0 f the Co.ntnan
^ ^ be deemed proper,
lo be underftood that the contraftor is
^ ^ ^ ^ , £ and n(k of rfTraing the
fuppllfS l0 [he , roopt , a „d that all lotfcs fuf
lained bv the depredation of an enemy, or by
J f ^ <>f ^ Unjted c lalel|
^ be id by lhe United Slates at the price
f ^ lured or dertroyed as a.
j(J the de-polition of two or more
, ns of cre d,table charaRetS, and the cer
Lteofr corn.aiffiot.ed officer, Rating the
c j icum ft anccs of the lofs, and the amount of
t 1C art clcs for which cuiByeiiritioii fhall be
claimed.
The privilege is undrrflood to be refeived
the United Stales of requiring that none
of the (upplies which may be futnifhed under
y of the propoftd contta&s, (hall be ilfued
until the lupplics which li-ve been or may be
futnifhed under contrats now in force, have
been confumed, and that a fupplyin advance
he always required at any of the fixed
the Sea bu*rd or Indian fronticit, not
on* in
to
an
tnav
poils on
exceeding thiene months.
M. DEARBORN,
Secretary of I Ear.
440 aaw May 18 .
TO BE SOLD,
,it the i^th of March next,
corner
And Conation çi
A I, L that Brick three Itory
HOUSE, fronting David Brintou'« tave, 11 ,
Market street, and the upper market bouse, in ill?
Borcuglt i f Wilmington, with the lot and back
buibli gs,bt4miging to and 111 possession of the snb
ccriber, t. gether with all his bTOCK in traie, con
sisting of a neat and general
ASSORTMENÏ OF DRYGOODS.
The buildings arc pleasantly situated in a healthy
part of the town, an.l ane large and commodious,
j Any person wishing to purchase may view the
. H use and Goods and know the terms, which will
J
!
N

lie made easy.
BENJAMIN MASDEN.
437 i4
Feb. 6 .
j -
| r
1
Earmt rt Attend !
I ""0 BE SOLD at private fale, at the
»ubscribei's in the Town of New Castle,
A Vuiuuble Tract of Land,
jin the hundred of New Castle, within one mile
aild „ qt .aru r of the aforesaid town, and three of
. Wilmington. The aforesaid tract is divided
\ two farms and contains about two hundred and
| iilty acres of land, about eighty acre* of the same
; are in wood, there ate on the premises, two farm
I houits, two bains, two well* ot good water, and
& ^ orth ' at(l .
Th« whole of this land i* inclosed with a good
J cedar icnce, is a high and healthy situation, and
1 con-.mands a handsome view of rite townoi New
. Castle and river Delaware The improving state
of the town aforesaid,a. the pr- posed canal which
il brought mi« C'.risttana cretk, win be within liait
; # mj .^ f , aiJ ftrm> Wll , , eild ,, it Wl .|, worthy
| ij, e artcut'xnof any person who may be desirous ol
j aitcrimg market, and having a pleasant country
scut,
j
j 1
-
|
N B. If not sold before the 17th ofMarch next,
vill be oiiciei at public sale at the subset . bei s on
J AMES M'CULLOUGH.
438 lit
Fi b. 10.
N O T l G P.. Ail perlons having de
mauds against the estate of *Jobn Lea, D»y
j detewsed, ait detired to present their accouuts, le*
I gaily attested for payment—an 1 those indebted to
J the estate, h* bond, note
bonk debt, t
make immediate payment to the sub
re
;d
S 3 U< ''
l
L'or Private Sale,
j p t j le Wilmington Vendue Store,
j on j uvv terms torcAih or short credit,
| Gr.stmercs,
I.«
scuhers.
JOHN WARNER,
JAMES LEA,
Exr's
303
Wilmington, July 28.
Silk,
Cot ton, a.
St W orsted, j
Holland linens,
Bed Ticks,
Pins,
Cloths,
7
Hosiery
Velvet*;, striped Sc plain,
Bandana, FI;
rov, China and French,
silk itandkerchiefs,
With a variety of other seasonable dry goods.
InoNMONCCtiY and Cutlery.
West India Hum, French Brandy, Kye and A|>
pie whiskey, Cherry Rum, about 1500 bushels
Lisbon Salt, he. he.
Also a few American manufactured cotton coun
Sisier
ur
tcrpains and blankets.
GEORGE SUTTON.
422
1 41 h Dec.
and
have Imparted in the late ai rivals from London and
Liverpool, a large anil extensive assortment of
IRONMONGER!, CUILEHY, ami URASS
WARES, amongst which are Anv, s, Vices, M.ll
Saws, Cross-Cut uo. 1. Crowlv Steal, Waggon
B oxes , anil Sadirons, which they will dispose of
gy wholesale and resail, en the most reasonable
n
j
422
1 41 h Dec.
Wholesale ami Retail Ironmongery Store,
is
to
S PACKMAN fc. GRUBB, 5 doors be
low the sign < f the Indian King, Market street,
on
terms for cash or the usual credit. They also keep
on hand a general assortment of Paints, Oil, Glass,
Castings, Country and English blistered Steel.—
» Herd Grass, Timothy and Clover Seed*.
Wilmington, Il Mo. 19th.
cl
414
-The lubferiber continues to
UMBER.
_j keep an extenfive and regular fupply of
Boatds, Shingles, Scantling, Lathes and eve
ry other article in his line of bufinefs, at his
LU MBER-Y AR D, on Hemphill's whaif.—
Beft Carolina Shingles by the cargo, or any
quantity.
January 1.
JOHN DONALDSON.
_LZJL7.9_
P RINTING of Books, Pamphlets
IIand-Bili.s, and all kinds of Blanks
will be executed with neatness aud dispatch
at the Mia&ok Office.
I
At a refpeAable Detnoeiai'c Repubü
tan meeting of the »tateof Delaware,held at Dover J
on the 20th of January 1804, puriuant to mtbhc no
tice, the following gentlemen* selcfled as Cur.feteea
by the people from the several Cuitntiesol tins state
for the purpose of seit fling and recommending suit
ab'e persons to be supported as candidates at the
ensuing general tleflion lor the offices ot Governor,
and Representative tu Congress lor the state of
Delaware j—when Thomas Terkins, eiq being una
nimously appointed Chairman, and Ktsdon Bishop.
the following resolutions were unani.
4
Secretary
mously agreed to : —
Reffrxd, That the Conferees do nominate, se
lect and recommend to their fellow citizens ot the
several counties in this state, JOSEPH HASLR77,
Esq. for the office of Governor, an I l IKS.hi .1.
ROD NET, Esq. as Representative to Ongtes*, to
be voted for at the ensuing general cleAiou, being
person* cf acknowledged talents and unquesti na
ble mtegr ty, and in all respells worthy of the high
trust* reposed
Resolved, That the Conferees will support the
said Joseph HiisUtt, Esq. as Governor, and Cesar
A. Rodney, Esq. as Representative to Congress—at
the es. suing general election by all honorable and
and they do recommend them to
worthy to be supported lor
them.
proper cxemons
their fellow citizens
those high ant! imporiaut officer.
Retolxed further, That the proceedings of this
the Mirror, and that eight
meeting he published ill
hundred copies of the same be published in bills to
the seveial counties as a
iuresaid for the information of the people.
THOMAS PERKINS, Chairman.
tUSDON BISHOP, Secretary.
be distributed erpially
Dover, Jan. 20.
Kmc at tie Cunfereer.
Thomas Perkins, Esq.
John Warner,
John M'Bealh,
John James,
• George Rear), FAq.
William Herdman,
John R. Phillip",
Richard Foard,
I'lios. Fitzgerald. E r q. Abrahain Staat«, Efq.
Kent Coufertet.
Abraham Pcaicr, Elq. Risdon B'ffiop,
Andrew Gtay,
Dt. John Adams,
,
John Fanis,
John Ftfher, F.fq.
Fetdinand CafTon, Eso,
Suett'X Conferee».
Peter Hall,
John Collins,
William Waples,
Jofeph Collins, Efq,
N ich. G. Williamion, efq. Dr. John White,
James Miller,
William Vaughan.
Manaan Bull,
10,U00 /Jott.uts the Highest Ekize.
GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC HOLY
TRINITY CHURCH
L 0 T 7 E li T,
In thr City of Philadelphia.
1 Prize oi Ten Thousand Dollars,
Six Thousand
Three Thousand
Two Thousand
One '1 housand
F n* Hundred
T hue Hundred
Two Hundfcd
One Hundred
fifty
T wenty
Seven
10,000
6,000
3.000
2.000
5,000
5.000
3.000
3.000
3.500
4.500
2.000
42,000
1
1
1
10
10
20
35
NO
100
6000
6.274 Prizes
11,736 Blanks,.—less than tw* to a prize.
ld.ooo
Ti-t prizes will be paid thirty days after the con
clu-.ioi. uf the drawing, subjedf to a deduction ef 15
90,000
• t.
!'v
'1 he first drawn number on the 10th, 15th, 20th,
25th, SOila and J5tli days of drawing, will he er.ci
tled to a prize ol five Hundred DoHurr each.
The first drawn number nil the 40ih, 4 Jtli, 50th
and 55th, will be entitled to a prize of One Thou
sand Dollar» each.
The first drawn number on the last day of d
ing, when only 600 tickets shall bei
raw
thc wheel,
viil be entitled to the prize of .Six Thousand Dollar».
From the extraordinary demand for these tickets
front every quarter of the union, it is expefltd that
ti.e diawing will commence at a much earlier da>
titan was ;n first contemplated, and that the tickets
will be raised considerably bef
that period.
They may now be l.ud at MX DOLLARS of
GEORGE TAYLOR, juu. No. 67
M. M 'CON NE I, L, No. H'>
i
Chcsnut
Street.
C^rurter Tickets, g 1 75
3 25 I Eighth, 95
Letters post paid, inclosing the cash, shall he
duly attended to, and St. Augustine and N. York
lottery pri/>e;> received m payment.

fry Tickets may also be bail of Thomas
M'Conhkll, next door above the Bank,
Market street, Wilmington, Del,
Whole Tickets, S 6
Half,
'93 ew
1 m
To be Sold at Private Sale,
GREEaBLY to the !„(t
ment of Robert Ba van, de. ealed, th
Valuable FARM, his Ute relidence, contain
ing about a 33 Acre«, 163 arable, q 0 woc.dl.ind,
and 30 of marfh ineadoAi in go. d order, ad
joining lands of Kenfey Johns and l|a.,e Gian
tham, esqrs.
A
i) and tefta
lhe ma 1 ffi is well banked and
fields encloled with good fences,
is natural to clover and not inferior to any it.
the neighborhood for the ptoduöton of grait
5cc. lhe fituation is piratant and agieeable,
neatly equidilbnt from Newcaflleand Cht-il
tiana Bridge, about 3 miles from each, being
the road leading bom the firtl mentioned
place to the Redlion tavern, and convenient
to grift and merchant mills.
I his farm
on
1 he improve
ments are a two Itory btick dwelling Houfc
and Kitchen, with three rooms on each floor
carriage Houfc, Granaries, Barn and Ctibs '
contain one thoulaiid bufhels of Indian corn
all in good repair; a well of excellent water,
apple and peach otchards of the beft fruit _
From the dwelling houle there is a beautiful
prolpecl of the Delaware fur » conlidetaWe
diflauce up and down the river. It is need
lels to be more particular, as thole who in
cl I ne to purchafe, will no doubt firft view the
premises.
to
I
INGEBUR BRYAN, Ex> r *.
JOHN BRYAN, Ex'r.
Newcaftle Hun*
I dred, $th January,
42 S 2 |
T
J
WHOLESALE CROCE RY S70»/
OHN WARNER 8c Co. have '
now c
hand at their store, Market street wharf,,
ton, a fresh supply of goods, consistin'? 0 f iw ! 1
lowing articles, viz.
25 Hhds. prime Fort-au- Green Cofree, I
Prince Molasses, Raisons m kegs, I
Muscovado Sugars by the Soap and Candles I
hhd. and barrel. Pepper, 9 1
Lump and Loaf Sugar, Alspice, I
Bohea, *\ Ginger, i
Hyson, / Madder, J
Young If y non, V Teas Allum and Indiga I
Hyson Skin, & V Saltpetre, I
Sue hong J Powder and Shot,
4 il»proof ]ama ; ca Spirits, Hamilton'* Scotch S ff
2d. 3d. &4th. j root Ruin, in kegs a*.d boii| u U *
New England do. Ccaise and tine Sait'
-till I loot Cogtlia Brandy Spanish Scparsfn ilA,
of an eAcellent quality, Plug Tobacco * '
Siierry,
Lisbon,
Malaga, and
Port
Bed Laces,
WtsM.')!"'" atl<1 etowKne,
' vv rapping Rap
S.C.S.C,
They al«o advise their fr! nil* that \y
1
HT,
Warner Go. No. 45 R. Water street, 1 *
th.oii helow Cl esnut street, Philadelphia, Continue
to keep a teenier supply «I Groceries!)) Wholesale
Orders t'.etthet store will he promptly attetnleilto
Their packets w ith Samuel Hush's continue n,
as usuai lie twee it this and Philadelphia,one leaving
the neat wharf below Chcsnut street, PlulatlelU,
ever) day, «r their wh.rves, Wilmington
JOHN WARNER k Co
370
June 17.
OTAHK1TE TAVERN.
T HE Subicriber rdpectfully inform»
his friends, and the public in general, that he
has taken that noted tavern, 7he Queen rj Otultrt
• n Market-Street, where every possible atifnticil
on his partshall be exerted to support ibe credit cf
the hr use. His larder shall always be veil i. .
plied—his wines, spirits, 8 cc. of the !
every accommodation provided
si qualify,ai l
suitable fo' r t ) lt
comfort of travellers, and the (-njbyir.ent of siint
companies, or oil.erf-, who may pieasr to favor hint
with their company.
CHARLES HAMILTON,
a at livery by the week, ntu.tli
(}ey- Horses U
or year.
W ilmington, Match 30 .
"47
L umber-yard. ciu.k & simtn,.n f ,
keep constantly for sale it theip Lurrh r
Tard on Atarket-S'fxret Wharf, a large as , mu 1
of articles ir. their line of business, among which ate •
Pannel White Pi-.ie
Common do. do.
Inch S-quarter heart do.
Inch do. do
Square edge A. half price
Sap do. do.
Inch St half-inch Cedar.
Heart Scantling.
Sap do.
Carolina k C; press shii.
gles, ftom 1 U inthei
to * feet.
! 2 inch heart 8 t sap l'lank
I 2 do. white pine do.
Plastering Lathes,
Oak Scantling St Lathes,
tsc. St».
N otice. The fubferibers, to whom
an assignment has been maile of lhe eftefl, of
Hugh Lindeay, late of ilie Borough of Wilmington,
Grocer, in trust for Ins Creditors, do hereby give no
tice, that a dividend will tie made on the lythiLyof
March next at the house of David Brintou, of tits
money arising from the sale of the effects (so far at
they have come to the hands of the subscribers) a
mangst the creditors of the said Hugh I tndsay, ac
cording to the terms and conditions cf the Said at
signm.nt. All the ert ditors of the said Hugh hind
say will please also to take notice to produce their
claims for settlement before the said day to either
of the subscribers, otherwise thev may be excluded
Irons the benefit of the said dividend.
JOHN REYNOLDS, )
JOHN WARNER, V
CROPLEY ROSE, S
Assigne«.
Wilmington, Itb f\b.
4.17 12?
N otice— au pétions iiuiehui to
the estate of JOSEPH THOM AS, la e cf
the village ol Stanton, in the c.< uuty of Newer,tk,
deceased, are required to make immédiat' pa ire: ',
and all those who hav* demands against dot mil
estate, are requested to pieirnt them f>
JOSEPH C H \ MP-'-R c , 3 s,
THOM AS STAPLER, [ ■"
ISAAC H. STAK«,
44 0 4
2d Mo. ,7th.
Cheiafuak and Drlnarare (
:al.
ORDER FOR A THIRD PAYMENT,
A T a Meeting of the P t ftdeni
tors of lht.'Ghei«p*a!c are
d Dirtc,
.cf DeLwaie
art
C«mal Company, hfcid
Wcdnelday the 23 d day cf November i 8 cj.
Ordered,
That the proprietors advance and piy it'*
(urn of Fi,tb*m DoLLaxs upon each iFiarr- •
relpeflivcly, on or before the firli day of A*
pnl next.
W Innneton
o-i
at
JOSEPH TATNAL, /'resident.
JAMES C. FISHER,
JOHN ADLUM,
KENSEY JOHNS,
WILLIAM T1LGUMAN,
SAMUEL CHEW,
GEORGE G AI E,
JOSHUA GILPIN.
Tobe paid to cither of the following nun«"
perfons :
JOSHUA GILPIN, Philadelphia;
JOSEPH TATNAL, Wilmington ;
KENSEY JOHNS, A ewe anile ;
GEORGE GALE, Cecil count:/, ML
SAMUEL CHEW, C'hettertcwn, do.
Publifned by. order of the Piefideut ana
Diccifprs.
'
Eawo. ROCHE, Sec'rtj.
426 el »4
Dec. 2 ».
For Sale a J,ot of Land,
C ontaining about 25 Acres, v
old lug Douse thereon, in the countv
Newcaftle, about four miles from Newcaftl r >
bounded by lands of Kenlry Johns, elq. M r
F'oreman and others : for Luther particule
and ter.ms of sale apply to
GEORGESUTTOaN, Auftr.
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