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[No. 11 of Vol. Vl.] JAMAICA RUM, LANDING at Hamilton's wharf, above the Drawbridge, out of the ftiip Bacchus y Cti)t. Vawnemav, fi»m Jamaica, FOR SALE BT J PETER BLIGHT. May 16. d Louis Ofmont, No. 117, north Second Jlreit. Has now on hand forfaSe, A few Package remaining of his importa tion* t ! iis Spring, confining of Irish Dowlas, Baftas, Sattins, _ Feathers and Flowers, Black Lace Looking Glaifesf fumed. ALSO 111 A few Chests of Hyson Tea, Burgundy Wine and Claret n cases, Madei* C(J ra Wine, Spermaceti Candles. June >6 d NANKEENS. Nankeens of Superior Quality, so FOR SALE AT ail No. 40, north Fifth Street. Sa .April 21. nvw&ftf ~TUIT I O N. ~ WILLIAM FINCH of the New Thea tre, tags leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he hay removed from the f 0 corner of Eighth and Arch streets to No. | a <68, north Eighth between Arch and Race ai ltieeis, and chat 1 e continues to give Jn- tli ftru&ionsin the French and English Lan guoges as usual, as also the Clallics. He lakes this opportunity of expreiiing his ac icnowledgements for the very liberal en- comagernent he has experienced, a conti nuation of which he begs leave to solicit. j N. B. Tranflatious from either languages correctly executed. d To be Let, JFor Merchants Compting Houses or Public Offices, Two brick 3 story Houses, HAVING 6 each.wiih fire places r " beli.ie £<iriets,l~iiuate on ihefouth weiterly (ide of Duck ill c-l, between Pear and Walniit er ltreets. Enquire of H BENJAMIN IV. MORRIS. to April 17 ttiili&stf N STATE of S UTH-CAROLINA I In the Hjuj of ReprefcntaUuej, K December 2111,1793. H W HIKE AS Ihi Couinvifliont rs ot pub- I lie Accojtnls,h Vt imported, lhai they cannot pioc< ed to the in cftigition of the C Treasury Accounts, jetpc&ing fpfcial In- P dents, without Knowing ihe outstanding a- c mount 'hereof in ciicitation Therefore, t( ftcfolvcd, That all holder* of special In d<ms be due£Ld, and required, on or before the fit ft day of November n< xt, to deliver the special Indents m their poflcflion 10 one « other of the Commiflioiiers of the Treasury, viio are to give receipts for the fame, and to e KP'rt to the Commiflioners on public ac- t( counts, on or before the t< nth day of Nov- ! ember next, the»amount by them refpe6hve- ' c ly received, and also .0 the Legislature, at r tlieir meeting in November next, and that v all fpccial Indents not tendered inio the c I reafury as above, on or before the firft day of November next, lhall be, and the fame aie heiebv barred. Re/oived, That public notice of this resolu tion be given in the (everal Gazettes in this State, once every three weeks, until the firfl day of November next. And that the Dele gates ofthisState in the Congress of the Uni ted States, be requeued 10 cause this resolu tion to be publithed in one or more papers in the cities of Philadelphia and New-York, and that provtfion will be made for the ex pences attending such publication. Ordered, That the tefolution be sent to the Senate for their concurrence. Bv "rderof the House, JOHN SANFORD DART, C.Ii.R. In the SENATE, December 21ft, *793- Rcfolvid, That this House do concur with tht House of Representatives in the forego ing resolutions. Ordered, That tbe resolutions be lent to the House of Representatives. by order of the Senate, FELIX WARLEY !Clerk. ewtNov. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA. TH£ Stockholdeis are hereby reminded that an inltalment of two dollars on eacli "share of the stock 13 to be paid on the second Monday, (being the fourteenth day) of Ju ly next ; and that according to the charter «1 loco! (juration, any person or perfbns.cp parttierihips, or bodies politic negleftin or relufing to pay the fame at the time pre scribed for payment thrreof, shall tefpec tively forfeit to the ule ot the Company all the monies previously paid on account of lie (hare and (hares refpeftivelv, in pay jnent whereof, such default (hall be made «s atorefaid, together with all right, ti tle, lntereft, emolument, profit, claim <lemand, of, into and out of the fund f herefrom the profits aiifing Byo-d r of thePrHkfent&Di'eftors, -tbenezer Hazard, Sec'y. Office oj the Irfurance Company of North America. June 18. w&sti4j OiWttf of lot (Bltifci) FOR SALE, | F< At the STORES of jefle & Robert Wain, I PORT WINE in pipes, hh4s. and quar I ter calks I |C" LISBON do. in pipes and quarter calks I ' Souchong and Cong.j TEAS, in quarter I chests A quantity of Lilbon and Cad'Z SALT I Soft Ihelled ALMONDS in bales Velvet CORKS, in do. Ruflia MATTS. I —" June 9 il I All persons who have any de- I , mands upon the New Theatre, are requell- I . ed to fend in their accounts to No. 204, in I Arch street, near Eighth street, as footi a> I conveni«nt. WIGNELL & REIN iGLE. I , n , May 3?. dtf. led ■ 1 I 1)15 It is Requeued, no person will supply any articles I for the tile of the New Theatre, without I an order in writing, signed by ourselves, 01 I Samwel Anderfon, for us- I WIGNELL & REINAGLE. | - May go. dtf. I Advertisement. THE telationsol Mr Thomas Curtis, | t |, formerly of Ellicott's Upper Mills, and I p c lately of the C'ty of Walhington, deceased, j or aredefired to apply and have his affairs set I tied. City of Walhington, April 22, 1764. I _ M. 5 m&th4w I Scheme of a Lottery, | To raise 39,900 Dollars, on 266,000 1 gj Dollars, deducing 15 per Cent, from I the Prizes—this Lottery confijls of I tal 38,000 Tickets, in which there are I iri 14,539 P riz ' es <ind 23,461 Blanks, I being about one and an half Blanks to I a Prize. THE Dueftorsof the Society foreftablifh- | UTeful Manufactures, having refolv- I , ed to erc£t LOTTERIES for raising Owe I Hundred Thousand Dollars, agreeably I to an A£l of the Legislature of the State of I ra Niw-Jerfey, have appointed the following I persons to superintend.and direst the draw- I — ing of the fame, v'fi. Nicholas Low, Rnfus I King, Herman Le Roy, James Wat fori, I Richard Harrifon, Abijah Hammond, and ft Cornelius Ray, of the city ot New-York— I 1 Thomas Willing, Joteph Ball, Matthew M 4 I Connel and Andrew Bayard, of the city of I Philadelphia—His Excellency Richaid How- I ell, Esq. Eljas Boudtnot, General El as Day | ton, Jam s Paiker, John Bayard, Doftpr I Lewis Donham, Samuel W. Stockton, Jofnua I .• M. Wallace, Joseph Bloomfieid, and Elifha I c Boudinot, of N w-Jerley, who offer the I following Scheme ot a Lottery, and pledge I a theinfelvcs to the public, that they will take I ' ( every assurance and precaution in their power I to have the Monies paid by the Managers, I from time to time, as received, into the I Banks at New-York and Philadelphia, to I b remain for the purpose of paying Pria s, | — which (hall be immediately discharged by a I L i" eck npon one of the Banks. In SCHEME: 1 Prize of 20,000 Dollars »s 20,000 I - 1 10,000 10,000 I 2 5»ooo 10,000 J 5 2,600 10,000 I 10 1 ,co» 10,000 I 20 500 I ' ICO 1 OO ' 10,000 1 1 300 50 15,000 I 1000 20 ao,ooo I 2COO 15 30,000 I \ 3000 12 1 1 8100 10 81,00 c I 1 4,539 Prizes. 262,00c/| 3,461 Blanks. First drawn number, 2,000 I Laftdrawn number, 2,000 I 8,000 at 7 Dollars each is 266,000 I Tbe drawing will commence, under the I ifpeftion of a Committee of the Superin- I *ndants, as soon as the Tickets are fold, ot I /hich timely notice will be given. The Superintendants have appointed John I >J. Cumming, of Newark, Jacob R. flar- I lenberg, ot New-Brunfwick, and Jonathan I Ihea, of Tr,ent6n, as immediate Managers I hereof, who have given ample security tor I Itfcharging the trull reposed in them. In otder to secure the pun6fual pay I ment of the Prizes, the Superintendants of I he Lottery have dire&ed that the Managers I liall each into bonds in 4C,000 dollars, I with four fufficicnt securities, to perform their I nftiuftions, the fubdance of which is I. That whenever either of the Managers I (hall receive the sum of Three Hundred Dole I lars, he shall imrndiately place the fame in I one of the Banks of New-York or Philadel- I phia, to the ciedii of the Governor of the 1 Society, and such of the Superintendants as I live in the city where the monies are placed, I to rpmain thereuntil the Lottery is drawn, I for the paymnt of the Prizes. 11. The Managers to take fufficient fe- I curity for any Tickets they may trust, other- I wife to be refponuble for them. 111. To keep regular books of Tickets I fold, Monies received and paid into the Bank, abftrafts of which shall be sent, monthly, to the Governor of the Society. Paterfon, January l, 1794. On application to either of the above gen tlemen, information will be given where tickets may be had. February 24. tufcftf. AND Tuesday, June 24, 1794* For Fort Dolphin & St. Marc, The very fafl failinv Brig \ TWO SISTERS, , _SbKSsEew For a few pafiages, on ly, apply to NICH. PARIZET, Or, LOUIS OSMONT, No. 117, north Second llreet. a June ao. djt vi For AMSTERDAM, * BIG A IL, Gardner Hammond. 431 —" 11 Majler. TO fail \vith all convenient speed, hav two thirds of her cargo already engag ed. For freight or callage apply to said iliaft r 011 board at Ruflell's wharf, or ihe Cublcriber, . JOHN DONNALDSON. 1 June 10. d John Vanneman, Mast r. 1 O fail with ail convenient fpced, having three fmirthsof her cargo already engaged For Ireight or parage apply to the mallei on b a'd. or R THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND. I ne 3- d^ For MADEIRA, J|§£& CATHARINE, Yr Capt. M'Collom TO fail dire<sHy. A few barrels will he taken on freight, if speedy application is ii made. Apply to c PETER BLIGHT, C Or . JOHN CRAIG. t The Owner of the Catharine begs t*o in- } form the gentlemen, importers from Ma- f deira, the Catharine returns diredlly to 11 this port, and will take freight on mode- 1 rate terms. June 19 d2w r . — \ lor New Orleans, i I SIJIE! noahTark, ; Edward Jacocks, Mailer. ( I WILL fail with all poflible speed, (fay < I firft Ju'y) is nnw discharging a cargo of Tar * I from N. Caroling, will take in x cargo as 1 I Toon as unloaded. < Ihe chief part of her cargo bewg ready, i I a little may b~ received on freight. Apply ] I for it *nd for palfage to , • LOUIS OSMONT, , No. 117, north Second street. j N. B. None hut American property will I be received on board, either out or home, I —She is intended t« return immediately, &: I L. Oimont will thank his friends for recom- I mending her to their coriefpondents for I freight home. I June 20 dti! For Sale or Uliarter, To any part of the Con or A INDUSTRY, OF about 550 of 600 barrels burthen ; I a fine strong vefi'el, and now ready to take lin a cargo. For terms apply to the Cap- I tain on board at Walnut llreet wharf, or ,l to I THOMAS & JOHN KETLAND. I June 17 d riTirv THE buigantine I I Captain Knox, I BOUND to St. Croix, will touch at St. ' I Euftatius, to accommodate any passengers ' I who may wish to be landed there. She will 1 I fail on Saturday jnorning next. Apply to r I WHARTON & GREEVES. June 19. 3t s I Wanted to Charter, I -THAT will carry 600 or 5 I 1000 barrels for Madeira, c I ■ ] oa( [ ] lere immediately, n I Alloa veflel of 8 to 10,000 bu(hels,to load I- I in the Chesapeake. Apply to e | PETER BLIGHT. | s I J une 17 diot I "" h I , Excellent CLARET, r - I In hogsheads and in cases of 50 bottles each. I also, tie I A few cases Champaigne wine; madeira., I In pipes, hogsheads and quarter caflcs, n- I FOR SALE BY :re I JOHN VAUGHAN, No. in, SouU Front street. I Jan.'2, 1794. dtf lato.« On Thurl'day, inft. at 7 o'clock i» I the Evening, Will be fold by Public I.> Vendue, I ' at the Coffee House, THE SHIP I HARMONY. With all her mat rials, lails, igging,&< I as (he came from sea, now lying at Mi 1 £ Willing's wtoarf. She is 334 tons burthen, four years old, I built of live oak and cedar, and fails re- I I*' markably fact. The inventory to be feei I at the place of f*le. / 1 Footman & Co. I, Auctioneers. June 21 5* I Carolina Rice and Indigo, 1 3. BAY MAHOGANY and FRENCH I BURR STONES,I I 5» FOR SALE BY 1 Gurney and Smith. J 6 May 14. d I 140 BARRELS Belt Bolton BEEF, P iS HOGSHEADS I New-England Rum, j Received by the schooner Belinda, from I ,c Boston, and for sale by I Nalbro' & John Frazier. J p No. 81, Walnut fir eft. I June ao mw&sjw I p advertisement" c LETTERS on the fubjedt of the Wash ington Lottery, being by mistake repeat- | edly addrelTed to the Commifiioners for the I City of. Walhington. I £ Persons concerned are bereby informed, I that all such fliould be addrefied either to I \V. Deakinsjun. of Washington, or to the I Subscriber. The commifiioners never hav- I ing contemplated any further concern in I this bulinefs, than in their assent to receive I \ the bonds and approve the names of the I managers. The prizes have been paid and I are paying on demand by W. Deakins, I Walhington, Peter Oilman, Bolton, and I by the Subscriber. For the Lottery No. t, the securities al- I v ready given will be retained by the com- I : miflioners, br transferred by thsm at their I option to the bank of Columbia ; and the I " commifiioners will be consulted refpe<fting I v a judicious and equitable disposition of the I houses to be built thereby ; kheir treasury I or the bank of Columbia will receive the I c money intended for the National Univer- I fity, and they will be consulted in the no- 1 , mination oF the 24 managers ; but all the I < responsibility refpeiling the general difpo- I fition of the tickets, and payment of pri- I 1 zes, will reft as in the Hotel Lottery, on I the persons -whose names are and may be I ■ hereafter publilhed as afliftants to forward I ' this business with tS. BLODGET. 1 N. B. Mr. Blodget will be particularly I obliged if those persons who poflefs prizes I yet unpaid, will apply for their money as I early as pofiible. June 7th. d. Richard Johns In the Chancery Court | v ( of the John JVells and ( State of Maryland, Mordecai Cole. J May zbth 1794 The Complainant hath fil- J ed his bill, for the purpose of obtaining a I decree, to vest in him a complete legal title | to two tracts of land, lying in Baltimorel county, one c«lled Painters-Level, con- | taining 100 acre?, the other called Profpeft I contai ng 50 acres He dates,that the said I John Wells on the 16th day of IVUrch 1774 I contracted to fell the said land to tile fa d I • MordecaiCole,&fexecuted to him a bond for I » conveyance,that the said Cole, 011 the Tame I 1 day, executed to the said Wells a bond for | 3 the pavnvnt of the purchase money amoun- I ting to/675 Pennsylvania currency, that | the said Cole hath since discharged the whole I of the purchase money, a(id hath afligned | to the complainant the said bond for con- I veyance; that the laid Wells hath never j executed a deed, agreeably to his contrast I but hath removed out of the state of Mary- I r land, arid now reftdes in the state of Ken- | ~ tucky. It is thereupon, and at therequeft of the I d complainant, adjudged, and. ordered, that I he procure a copy of this order to be insert- I dat least fix weeks fucccffively, before I he firft day of Auguftnexi, in the United I States Gazette at Philadelphia, to the in tent, tharthe said John Wells may have no tice oi the complainant's application to | this court, and may be warned to appear 1. here, on orbefore the firft Tuesday in Oc tober next, to Ihew eaufe wherefore this . court fhouid not procred to decree, agree ably to the praver of the complainant, and to ihe aS of aflembly, for such cases made and provided. Test, Samuel Harvey Howard. Keg. Cur. "Cu;:. June 13 mwSffiw [Whole No. s^l.] Medical Books. JUST PUBLIBHFD, By Thomas Dob/on, at the Stone Hou/i? S\ o. 41 > south Second jlrcet, VOL. 11. Medical Inquiries 0 B S E R VA T I O N S. By BENJAMIN RUSH, M. D. Proteffor ot the Institutes of Medicine, «n<i of Clinical Practice in the Univer sity of Pmnfyfvania. CONTAINING I. An inquiry into the influence of physical causes upon the moral faculty. t. An inqui'y into the effe&s of fpiritous li quors npon the human-body, and their in fluence upon the happiness of society. £» An inquiry into the causes and cure of the puimouaty consumption. 4. Obfervafions on the fymptumsand cure of dropsies. 5. An Inquiry itWo the causes and the cure of internal dropsy of the brain. 6. An account of the measles, as thev ap peared in Philadelphia, in the year 1789. t. An account of the influenza, as it appear ed in Philadelphia in thi years 1789,1790, and 1791. 8. An inquiry into the causes of the increaft of bilious and remitting fevers, in Penn sylvania. 9, An inquiry into the causes and cure of fore lfgs. to. An account of the (late of the body and mind in old age, w'th obfeiVations upon ** its diseases and their remedies. Pi ice one dollar and a quarter unbound, or one dollar and a half neatly bound. Medical Tranfadtions OF THE College of Physicians of Philadelphia. VOL l.—P AR T i. Pi ice one dollar in boards. A Treatise on the Diseases of Children. With general directions for the management of'lnfants from ihe birth, adapted for theufeof phvfic«ans and private families. By Michael Underwood, M. D. Licentiate of Midwifery in the Royal Col lege of Physicians in London, and Physician of the British Lymg-in-Hofpitat. Price jone Dollar, This is acknowledged 10 be the best boo) which has been published on the fobjeft, antt ■ s calculated for the use ot parents, nurses, and private families, as well as for physicians —The two volumes handsomely printed in I one, and the price only about one third of what ihe imported copies fell for. The Edinburgh New Difpenfatorv, two dollars. System of Surgery, extra&ed from the works of Benjamin Bell, by, Dr. Waters, a dols. 50 cents. System of Anatomy, extrafled from the Encyclopedia, with 12 copperplates, 2 dol*. System of Chemistry, extracted from the Encyclopaedia, exhibiting a view of the pro gress of the fciencee, and the different systems which have been published, 2 dols. 50 cents. Brown's Elements of Medicine, 2 dols. 67 cents. T, Dob/on hits in the Press, An edition ot the Medical and Philofophi cal Commentaries of Edinburgh. Two vol umes are printed hi one at 2 dollars and 50 cfnts per volume ; he has nearly fimfhed the five firft volumes. which contain the firft ten volumes of the European edition, which fell for twodollarseach. Nine volumes will in clude eighteen European volumes, which w ill briog the publication up to the present time. Like--wife for sale a considerable number of Medical Books, 'viz, Cullen's Prattice, Materia JVledica, Phyfi -1 ology, and Synopsis. Bell's Surgery, 6 vols. ' «r 4 vols, do. on Ulcers, Buchan's Domestic : Medicine, Ledran's Surgery, Chefelden's A • netomy, Hunter on the Venereal, Swedeea t ver on do. Rollo on Weft India Diseases; 1 R'gby on Uterine Hemorrhage, Hamilion's I outlines of the theory and pra&tce of Mid | wifery, with or without plates; do. on the r management of Female complaints. Mease , on Hydrophobia, &c. &c. r March 5. [ The Ground Plan i OF THE r City and Suburbs l OF PHILADELPHIA. TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY. e IT is with pleasure that the ptiblilher has t to inform his fubferibert and the public in - general, that the plate is now under the e hands of the engraver, and in greater for d wardrjs than was at firft contemplated. At I- the fame time he begs leave to remind >- them, thit subscription papers tire still .u 0 pen at nioft of the noted book-fto) es in r city ; and that he hopes from the L<r of them to be enabled to form Juch a is pe(stab!e catalogue of names, as willx... e)f credit to the work, as well ai ? «' o id reasonable encouragement to le taker, i Those who are desirous of fur% J;' mation are requested to call on an( *' 1 Benjamin No. 68, Market ftre\ April 14.