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JUST PUBLISHED, ' B/ MATHEW CAREY, No. 118, Market fr,el, TII,J FI4ST VOLU\11. OF A NEW SYSTEM Of Modern Geography : , OR. A 'Geographical, Hijloricdl, ana Commercial Grammar; And preiout Itafe <>f - lie feve l ai NJTIONS CF THE WORLD. CO N TAIMN G, 1. The figures, niotvorW, and distances of the planets,acco- the Newtonian fyf tejn aiTtl the l.tt eft obfervittions 2. A general view of*he ea?th,confidered a planet; with feverai ufeful geographical; definitions and problems. 3- riieg'ai.ti divifionis of the gjobe into lan 1 and water, continents and iflands -4» 1 he fit nation and e ctent of empires, kin •doni'jjftare*, provinces and colonies. 5- I heir climates, air., foi vegetables, metals, minerals, natural curi efi ties, sea*, rive rs^bays,capes, promontories, aud lakes. 6. sue birds and beads peculiar to each country. 7* Observations on the changes tJiat have been 'any where observed upon the face of nature si-ice the nioft early periods of his tory. 8. The history a-id origin of nations 5 then forms of government, religion, laws, rev,*ni\es,taxes/iava} and -military strength • The geniuty manrters, customs, and habits of the people. 10. Tiieir language,, learning,arts, fcien tes, manufactures, and commerce. M. The chief cities, (iru&ures, ruins, And artificial curiosities 12. The longitude, latitude, bearings, arid distances of principal piatesTrom Phila delphia. To which are added. 1. A GeograVhical Index, with the names and places alphabetically Arranged. 2. A Table of the Coins of all nations', and their value ,in dollars and cents. 3- A Chronological Table of rfeinarka bje events,from the creation totheprelent me. By WILLIAM. GUTHRIE, Ef 2 . The Agronomical Part corrected by D . KITTtNHOUSE. (To which have been added, The late Discoveries of Dr. Herschell, and other eminent Astronomers. The FIR.SJ AMERICAN EDITION, Corrected, Improved, and greatly Enlar ged. The firft volume contains twsnty-onie Maps end Charts,besides two Aitfonominal Plates, viz. i. Map of the world. 2. Chart Of the worle 3- Europe. 4. Alia. 5. Africa. 6. South America. J. Cook's discoveries. 8. Countries rotted the north Pole. <). Sweden, Denmark* and Norway, io. Se ven United Provinces. 11. Austrian, French and Dutch Netherlands. Ger many. 13 Seat of war in France. 14. prance divided into departments. 15. Switzerland. :6. Italy, Sicily, and Sar dinia. ij. Spain and Portugal. I#. Tii-key in Europe and Hungary. 19. Ire land. 20. Weft-Indies. 2y* Vermont. 22. Ar miliary sphere. 23. Copernican system. With the second volume, which is now in the prefsj will be giveu the following Maps ; 1. RufTia in Europe and Alia. 2. ScdtlancL 3. England and Wales. 4. Poland. | 5. China. 6. Hindoftan. 7. United States. 8. Bntifli America. 9. S:ate of New-Hampshire* 10.' State cH 'Vlaflachufetts. 11. State of Connecticut. 12. State of Rhode-Island. 13. State of New-York. M- State of New-Jersey. 15. State of Penufylvania. *6. State of Delaware. 17. State of Maryland. 18. State of Virginia. J9. State of Kentucky. 20. State of North-Carolina. #t. Tennelfee Government. *• 22. State ofSouth-CaroJiiTa. 23- State of Georgia. , TERMS. I 3. This work will be conipriled in two vol uines. 1 l. Snbfcribers pay for the prelent volume I ondeli very, fix dollars; and the price of 9 binding, (56 cents for boards.) 3. They may receive the futceeding vo lume in twenty-four weekly numbers, at a quarter dollar each, or else, when fi niflted, at the fame pfite as tTie firft. 4. The subscription will be raised on the firft day of June 1794, to fourteen dol lars, excluhve of binding. 5. Should any copies remain for sale after the completion of the work, they will be c fold at fixteeri dollars, and the price of c binding. * 6. The names of the subscribers xvill be J publilhed 2s patrons of American litera- . ture, arts, and sciences. / It is wholly unnecefiary to expatiate on the advantage,to American readers, that this edition polTelfes, over every imported , edition of any system of Geography extant. The addit tion Of maps of the fevwal teftaj, procured a very great expense, and from the bell materials that are attainable, speaks fttch'full convuftion oxl this fub}e£t, ,n that it would be difrefpeft to the read- i C erV understanding to suppose it requisite to enter into a detail of arguments to « prove its superiority. In no similar work iaave such maps beenever introduced. ne The emendationsand additions which p e ate made in this work,are innumerable,and w] octur in every page. Thfc public are re- Di ferred to the preface for a flight sketch tic of a few of them. rel The pnblifher takes the present oppor tunity of returning his mod sincere thanks to those refpe&able who have favored hint with documents for improv- } ij>g thtf maps of several of the states He cequefts a of their kindness j ' and hopes that fucVpublic spirited citizens, as are polTeiied of limilar will favor, theirafJiftartce in perfert- ing his undertaking. The extraordinary fcrtcouragementwith . which y.e has been favored, has excited • in his bread the wartbteft Jentfntents of gra titude—-fenthrients which time will not ef 'ace. He pledges himfelf to the citizens d of the United Stated, to spare neither pains nor ex'penfe to render the pr sent edition of Guthrie's Geography improved, deferv ingof their patronage. waftf or Joseph Clark, iC- ARCHITECT AT ANNAPOLIS, Ed Propofis to publijb, by subscription, ai POLYMATIiY ; to r , 0 R The American Builder/ :s, A Woilt calculated cq ua ||y tti edity and en. reitaiu the Gentleman. Farmer,Slir vcyor, Builder & Mechanic. , s TWIS work will contain various opinions ' of the bed writeis on Architefturc, Arts, aiidSctenbe; together with and acftirate notes of observation, by the ntlior; being the result of thirty years itudy and cx perience in his profcilion. " It will also contain an alphabetical account "* of ,he qu»lity and value of the various kinds of mitciials, and numerous species of labor, s» expanded on building. 5 > ESemplificationSj to ascertain. the quanti tli tics of materials and labor neceffa T y to corn id plete, almcft, every part in a building, of whatever dimensions. n- An account and explanation of all the terms and phrases, ufeJ in ancient and mo dern architecture and building. To pcrfons inclined to build, it will affird ■ an opportunity of regelating their plans with a. in the compass of their finances, and prepare them to prevent impolitions from tricking venders of materials, and extortionate work, je men—To Mechanics, who cannot, lor want of experience, calculate ttie value ol their s refpeflive labour, and materials expended in ' their particular branches of buildirii;, this _ work will afford an opportunity to eftimaie " with facility aily done or ill- j ! 1 tended to be done, either iu tne aggregate Or ] the niinutie. It will contain many eufous and valuable S ' recipes to make fine and coarse varnilhes,for * prelerving roofs of bouses, barns, palings, 1 troughs, pipe;:, See. Fc-cipes to riake Vari -1 ous glues and cements recipes to ma&e coin politiohs for elegant, or minute oruanielus; v and enrichments for o(ifide or inside com-, 2 partmeni.: recipes to make compofiticri for •- figures and incniftations—t ; o endute the . weather in any alpeft ; recipes to majite ftuc- ■ fe co conipofiiions, for floors, malt-houses, d,f- " il tiljeries, hearths, linings for cillerns, &t. Tables to ascertain the scantling of iliffcierii e fpccies of timber necefTary to perform their ). refpelftive functions, in proportion to their s. various fufpenftons: Tables to afccrtain the 10 I of the various apertions ifttrddii- b !- ce< ? in different edifices,ant] dnors, windows, < , ehimnics, fliy-lights; flair-cafes, &c. in p'o- t 1 tion to their different "uses and intentions— il t whether lor beauty of utility : A concise mode to take, and square the dimehftons ol r all kinds of artificer's work belonging to > i and to afccrtain the cubical or f u _ c ' perhcial contents thereof; ObfervJtions „f f, ,lle d ° a, ' ,ne °f echo and found : A di/IVrta- r tion on the pliilofophy, do£lrine, ahd can- 1 ' ftru&ion of chiniuies, to void or emit the r ' 7 *moke. Proportions and recipes to cure = fnioky chinmies : Observations on the infta.. r bility of the edifices heretofore* generally , erfftfd in America : Suggestions of modes io ? pursue in buildings here, that will, without additional expence, tend more to their dura bility than thole heretofore, commonly, con- w itruaed : Defcriptiobs and proportions of ,r the general and particular members of vaii- 1,1 ous orders in Arcliiteaure, viz. the Tafcan, .ai Doric, lonic, Corinthian, Composite, Chi- P' nefe, Attic, Cargatic, Arabesque, Morefquc, ™ Grotesque, Saracenic, Ruftir, Antique, Anti quo-Modern, Gothic, and Britannic : Many — curious hifiotical accounts of various won derful buildings in different parts of the World : Many curious and original accounts B and eulogiums on Free Masonry. This Work will be printed in two oflavo each to contain upwards of 400 t pages, on fine paper of elegant letter press : The price to fubferibers, in boards, five dollars; two and a half 80l Lars to w be paid on the delivery of the fiift, and two te and a half Dot lars on the delivery of the P l second volume. Mr. Clark a<tures the public, that he will literally perform all that lie hath G let forth in these proposals. Gentlemen inclined to promote this woik, by fubferibing thereto, are requested 10 write, so poli paid, to Mr. Joseph Clatk, at Annapolis, authorising hi m to annex their names 10 the subscription lill. The Printers in the United States, ate sb- 22 licited to give these proposals occasionally, l n a place in their papers. Morris Academy. w institution is nowopen for the le- de ception of fludents under the immediate care of Mr. Caleb RufTell, whose abilities as an inftruftor, and attachmentto the bu fineis have long been known and approved. He has under Uim the best a/nilauts in the different scholar are I taught the English, French, Latin, and f Grtck languages, Puhl c-Speaking, Writing, .V Arithmeticj Geography, Astronomy, and the varions branches of the Mathematics. , The healthy fuuation of this place is file as, to recommend it to those, who with to L have their children in the country. Board ing, waihing, mending, &c. will be provid- fj 5 ed ill good and the morals ol' the le scholars carei'uily attended to. to 1 The price including tuition, firewood, n< !' &c. exclusive of the French language) will W !' not exceed thirty pounds proclamation mo- 01 ney per aimum) an addition of three dollars per quarter will be mad* to filch scholars ° f who afe taught the French language. The Directors ai edetermined to pay such atten tion to this institution, as will render it onc refpe&ableand uftful. int Gabriel h. ford, tics TIMOTHY JOHNS, jun. C Diteft's. 1 NATHAN FORD, 5 Morriftown, May 15, 1794 diw. W2m.— , PHILADELPHIA t Printed „ JOHN FENNO, N.. „ S „„„ Fou „„ St „„._ p „„ ;:£] &AN DING w '" Out of the Brig NANCY, I _ Captain Shapiey, at Race-Street Wharf, . SOOARS in fiugfheads and Barrels, Vlt j Cl>Ff'EE in Hcglheads, Barrels and Bags, irec Entitled to drawback. fef* For Sali, ™ ns By JAMES CRAWFORD, or WHARTON it LEWIS. 4ins •» . . turn * l " ,e 2 ' ltlK d " erv- I —~— ■ — A New Novel. To the LAVjIiiS of: Philadelphia. This Day is Published by MATHEW CAREY-, 118, Market street, Price, bound, five-eighths of a dollar, sew s ed in ii'arble papef, had -iddldr. cn Charlotte, a tale of Truth, IN TWO VOLUMES. By INA'rs. ROtvVSON, of the New Theatre, Pliiadeiphia, Author of Vidfrnia, the In lcns quifitof, the Filie de Chambre, &c. arid' f Charlotte 9 the Reviewers have ior; given the following character. ex- may be a Xaie of Truth,' tor if is lot unnatural, and it is a talc- of real dif-. >unt tress. Charlotte, by the artifice of a teach nds » recommended to a school, from linma sor, rather a convittion of her inte grity, or the regularity of her former con nti- du6t, is enticed from her goverrefs, and a >m- ccompanies a young officer to America.— of The marriage ceremony, if not forgotten, is poltooned, and Charlotte dies a martyr the to the inconstancy of the over, and no- r-ry of his triefid —'The Utuations are art . ' e^"s an< ' afFe&ing—-the descriptions natu 'h ra ' a [ pathetic ;we (hould feel 'or Char lotte if such a person ever existed, who r ° ne en or scarcely, perhaps, delervcd rk- '? revere . a J>«»iftment. If it is a fic ant tIOn ' P oet \ c J nil ice i; not, we think, pro ieir . perly difhibuted. in Said Carey has jujl pulli/Jjed *!» A 2 fheetmap of Kentucky in- c<^m P*'cd by Elihu barker, price or.e dol 0r lar and two thirds. War Atlas,containino; map*: of France, t)' e Germany, Spain, Italy, the United Provin for Netherlands, and the Weft Indies. (rS) Price two dollars. trMap of New Jersey— Half a dollar. m _ Maps of Vermont, Connecticut, Dela its'j ware, Georgia Price three eighths of m-i a dollar each. for April 29. tuth&s3w he . £ GUTIIRIE'sGEOGRAPHY Improved. eir l".r THE subscription lor thi■: work oil the be original of twelve dollars and the ti- binding, will be closed this day—and on /S, Monday the subscription will open at four 0- teen dollars, excldfive of ibeprice of bind — '^g fe The new maps added to this edition are ol twenty one ; anion:; which are thole ol to Nrw-Hampfliire, MafTachuletts, Conneifti cut, Rhode-Island, Vermont, New York, of New-Jersey, Pennlylvania, Delawaie, Ma ■>- ryland, Virginia, Kentucky, North Caro ™" lina, the GenefTee Government, South Ca rolioa, and Georgia. Thele maps have ne rc ver been given in any former fyflem of d " Geography, and, it is hoped, would alone J' be fuißcient to entitle this woilc toapre u fer»nce to any other edition of Gnthiie. a N B. The map of rlie United States, which is compiling by Mr. S rmuel Lewis, a s ,rom the refpeftive flu re maps, will be far j_ more complete than any one yt-t publiihtd, n) , and be printed on two large facets of 1- P J P er > nearly the size of the laie Mr. Mur e ray's map. JVlav 3, d '• Just Published, t s By Benjamin Johnson, and fold at bis Bookjiore, No. 147, MarketJlreet, O ' ° The Life of Dr. Franklin, 0 with a (biking likeness, executed in a mal -0 terly manner by Thackara and Vallance, ie price fiveftiillings. The Heady Reckoner, or Traders' Sure ] h G-itide, 3I) The Young Book keeper's Afliftant, 6/3 :, The Christian, i poem, by Charles Craw ford, 2/4 s, Efop's Fables, 4jfa ie Swan's Britifli Architect, 37J6 Paine's ditto 3oj Town and Country Builder's AfTiflant. >• 22/6 '1 In the press, and will be published in a feiv 1 days, and fold as abo-ve, Refle£tions and Maxims, by William Penn, with his advice to his cbil !- den, 4/8. e 16 mo. 2, i ~94- itil'wm 1 s —— —— — Ccngrefs of the United States, 1 r> In Senate, Tuefaay May \yb, 1794. j that Rufui Putnam, Ma- t K-J naf--fah Cutler, Robert Oliver and j Griffin Green, do, upon ihe third Monday of December next, shew cause to the Senate, , why so much of the grants of laixl.to them ) the raid Rufus Putnam, Mauairah Cutler, Robert Oliver and Griffin Green, pursuant ° ' to an Aft entitled " All aft authorizing 11 the grant and conveyanee of certain lands 3 to the Ohio Company of associates," shall ' not be declared void, as may interfere 1 j with and be fufficient to fatisfy the claims f of the French settlers at Galliopolis. " Ordered, that the delivery of a Copv " of the above order to Rufus Putnam, Ma I nairah Curler, Robert Oliver, or Griffin * Creen, and the publication of tlie fame, ° one .nonth, in one of the Gazettes printed j 111 this- City, shall be deemed Alffice.lt no. d tice thereof. " Extract from the Journals of Senate Attest, e May ,4 SAM " ° TIS ' " y ira. Excellent CLARET, I In hogftieads aod in cafc» of 50 bottles each f, also, A few cases Champaigne wifie j MADEIRA, In pipes, hogsheads and quaiter calks, FOR SALE BY JOHN VAUGHAN, No. 111, Soutii Front llreei. _ Jan. p.. i iqA dtf 140 .bAKk-J&J-S Belt Boiton BEEF, 18 HOGSHEADS New-England Rum, Received by the fehooner Belinda, from Boflon, and for sale by Nalbro' & John Frazier. No. 8 1, IValnut Jlreet. June 20 nwtejw Richard Johns In the Chancery Court •v ( of the J-' John Wells and i State of Maryland, Mordecai Cole. J May 2bth 1794. The Complainant hath fil ed his bill, for tie purpose of obtaining a s decrte, to vest in him a complete legal title to two tracts of land, lying in Baltimore county, one called Painters-Level, con -1 tainiily 100 acies, the other called Profpedi contai acres He Hates,that the laid John Wells on til-- 16th day of March I 774. contracted to lei, the faicf land to the laid Mordecai to him a bond for ' conveyance,that tlia (aid Colej on the Tame ' day, executed t<» thf said Wells a bond for " the pavm' nt of the purcliafe money amoun ting to £(>JS Pennlylvania currency, that the said Cole hath fmce discharged the whole of the purchase money, an<i llath aflig'ned ° to the complainant the said bond for con d vevance; that the laid Wells hath never executed a deed, agreeably to his contrast but haib removed out of the state of Mary land, and now resides iii the fta*te oV Ken tucky. T it is thereupon, and at the rcqueili of the complainant, adjudged', and ordered, lliat he procure a copy of this order to be infert tdat lea ft fix weeks successively, before ' lie firft day of August next, in. the United States Gazette at Philadelphia, to the in tent, that the said John Wells may have 110. tice of the complainant's application to this court, and may be warned to appear J. here, on orbefo e the firft Tuesday in Oc tober next, to (hew cause wherefore this court fhouid not proceed to decree, agree aoly to the prayer of the complainant, and to ,he att oi alTeii.bly, tor fucii cales made and provided. Test, Samuel Harvey Howard. Reg. Cur. Cun. June 13 niw&f6w MADEIRA, "1 SHEKRY, PORT, I WlNESofthefirftqualitv LISBON, & | TENERIFFE J Oh! Jamaica Spirit, Antigua and Weft In dia Rum. Coniac, and Peach Brandies Claret and Port Wine of a qua lity in cases. Win: Cyder and Vinegar, in pipes and hhds. Corks in Bales,Havannah Segars in Boxes. Philadelphia Porter, in Calks and Bottles London do. in ilo. dr. Philadelphia Ale and Beer in do. do. 1 London do. in do. do- and Cyder :n barrels and bottle:, prepared for exportation or. immediate use, FOR SALE BY 1 Benjamin W- Morris, ; The corner of Dock and Pear ffrects, Where he has proviiied iiiirabir stores and I vaults, for rlve reception of t WI N E 5, &C. Whi hhe proposes to store or dispose of ' on com niffion Captains of vertels and oMie.rs supplied ! with any of the above I-lOUORS bottled, and lealtores in jeneal put up. M'v <> Mi&f2m Just Published, In one handsome volume,ijmo. Price 5s f AND FOR SALE BY i JOHN ORMROD, 3 t At Franklin's Head, No. 41, Chefuut StreH, AN ESSAY ON THE Natural Equality of Men„ n On the Rights that result from it, and on e the Duties which it imposes. To which a MEDAJ. was adjudged, by i the Teylerian Society at Haarlem. # Cor reeled and Enlarged, by a WILLIAM LAWRENCE BROWN. D. IJ. ProfefTor of Moral Philosophy, and the Law of Nature, and of Ecclesiastical Hiflory ; and Miilifter of the E'nelilh Chuich at Utrecht. Aliq.nid Temper ad communem utilitatem ~ aaeraidum. 'Cicero. 2he Firjl American Edition. E "THEgr-and principle of Equality, if understood, is the only 'balls , on which umverfal justice, '.acred ojder, t J perfect freedom, can be firmly built, and permanently fecuied. The view of It exhibited ill this fame.tJme be !at it reprefles the insolence of office, <11 >e tyranny °( pi-jje, and the outrages of in oppreflion ; confirms, in the molt forcible ih the necefTity of fiibordinatiou, n and the just demands of lawful authority. th So far indeed, from- lool'enu-g the bands 1,1 of society, that it maintain-, very natural an.d every civil diftinttion, di aws more clo r ely every fociai tie, unites W One harmonious and justly proportioned ~ lyllem, and brings men together on the 1 even ground of the inherent rights of hu man nan re, of reciprocal oblv atioii, and A ot a common relation to the community. F' Maich ,g. [U J Fl v The Public are cautioned t 0 tli beware of counterfeited Five Dollar R,u of the Bank of the United States, a „J > Twent? Dollar Bills of the Bank of A America,fe-veral of which ha-ve app.w"'', ;in circulation within a few days pafi-'th * ' are good general imitation of the v'enuiL Bills, but may be dijlinguijhed by the f O I lowing J MARKS. ~ Dollar Bills of the Bank of th. United States. ALL thai have appeared have the lertp F. for their Alphabetical Maik. The Texture of the Paper i s thicker and m whiter and it takes the ink more freely than the genuine papt r. J The O. in the word Company i s smaller than the M. and other letters of i|, Jt worJ lo that a line extended from the top of ihe _ O, to touch the top of the M. wouldexteid n conliderably above the range of the whole Word. In the word United the letters are nar rower and cioler together than the reft of the bill. The i and /in the word promise are not parallel) they inclining much moreforwaij a than the?. e The engraving is badly executed*tie e strokes of all the Letters are Wronger ai d >- the tlevi. ein tliem&rgin particularly i sn , ll(h ■t coa.fer ai d appears darker than in shelve bills. Some »t the counterfeits brttr daie in 4. 1791—WiieiWstheBa-nk was not i,i ope, a tion till December, and no five dollar bills 1 were ill tied in iliat year. * Twenty Dollar Bills bf the Bank of North ■America. ALL that have appeared have the letter B. for their alphabetical mark. jj The;-' are printed on a paper nearly simi lar to that of the counterfeit Five Dollar ' Notes above defcrrbed; the engraving i s better executed, and they approach nearer to the appearance of the genuine bills. The fine ruled lines, through ihe word Fluent}, in the body of ihe bill, are in nunU ber thirteen in the genuine b.lls, and but t twelve in ihe counterfeits. The Word Company is much like the fame word in the Five Dolhlf Bills described , above, the 0 bti jg less than the m, and o thers following.- There ,s no ft r °ke to the t inthe-word North wher'eas in ihe genuine bills theftroke is en defined. The letters evt in the word Tucnty, to s the left hand at the bottom, do not come _ down to the line, but are so cut as to give ~ an irregular appearance to the word, the a Tw and they going helow them. Ihe signature 1 Nixon, has the appear ance of bring written with lamb-black and oil, and differs from oiher inks used in printiug the bills and the cafhiei's ligna ture. It is supposed these forgeries were commit ted in lorncofthe Southern States, as all the counterfeits thai have appeared, have come Iroin thence, and two persons have been ap prehended in Virginia, on suspicion of being the author of them. The reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL LARS will be pajrd to any Person or Persons. who (hall and prolccute to convic tion the fcveral offenders of the following de^ r ipti ons or an y of them, viz. f he person 01 persons, who manufaflm ed the paper on which the Bills are printed. The person or persons, who engraved the plates. The printer or printers, of the bills. t very perfpn who has afled as a principal in any othVi way, in the Counterfeiting and uttering ihe laid bills. Philadelphia, March 28, 1794 4ptU 22, i 79 4, Other counterfeit bills of the Bank ol the Uni.ed States'have ap pearcd in circulation. The denomination is of TWENT Y DOLLARS, and the alphabetical nfiuk is the letter JJ. They may be djilinguifl le d from the nuine by the following MARKS : The paper of the counterfeits is of a more tei.d r .. textu: e and glnffey Airfare .an l 11. genuine, and there is no water mark m them. TI.IC letter C. in the word Cafli'ier, in he true bills is ftiongly marked, wheieas /in the counterfeit-, <he whole letter i s a fine hair llroke, evidently in an unfinifhe.l • V*'ai ,e ' cl tcrtf in the woid demand, is 1a y toimcd and the whole word ill done and there is no comma at theei.d of it, as theie is i n the genuine bills. The marginal device, is much rfaiker in t.ie falie than in the genuine bills ow "g to the (hade strokes being coarser, much nearer together, and confequeritly much more numerous This difference Itrikes the eye at firft view. noV'i ,a, »e lewardof* ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, will oe paid for apprehending, u prt<fec uting to conviction the feveial above,delcr bed Offenders in lefpefl to this, as to the Jaft"defcribed bills'. , THOMAS U'H.tING, Piefid«it of ihe H- nlc Tnitid $i«h<sv JOHN NIXON, Pi\ fid tut of the Bank of Noith Amci:ca. By order of the Committees of the ReT peftivc Rocrd's. FOR SALE, BY MATHEW CAREY, No. i Mai ket-Strcct, An EfTay on Slavery, Dcfigned 10 exhibit in a new p<wnt ot ■ v r.li £ls on Hiui<77'j, induflrv, and the J>cacc offociety. Some iafls and calculations die otleied <o prove ihe labor ofjfeemin in he much more fndutlhe lhan tlut ol Kave< • thai comimes arc nth, poweilul and in proportion as the laboring p-r )( ,!e enjoy ■the fruits of their own labor ; ami 'iic~£jtyy ~ the nt ceifaiy conciufion, tfiat fiavei yis infill. lias well as O'jujt. ' Pkice Cents, February 1,5. rHK office of the President and Directors ef'the Insurance Company of Noktk America, is removed to No. 107, South Front (tree*, being the south east corner of Float and Walnut lheets.