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[No. 34 of Vol. VI Choice St. Croix Sugar, JUST IMPORTED, < And for Sale, By JAMIiS YAUi). Aifoa qjbtity of RUSSIA Matt;. JMIIC 24T11. _ "• To the Public. PROPOSALS For Engraving in Aquatinta, Four feleft Views; On Vlatvs 16 inches by 12. Three upon the river Shannandeah, in the (late of Virginia ; And one upon the Schuylkill, _in the state of Pennsylvania. From the paintings of IV. U'injlclnley ; By G. J. PARKYNS. No. 1. A view, by moon-light, on the Shannaiidoah, near the Great Ciifr, frooi the foot of Shannon Hilt.. No. 2. The Sun letting—a view of the Horle-Shoe, from Shannon Hill. No. 3. A morning view upon the Scliuy'- ict11, near the commencement of the Canal- No. 4. The Sun dilperfing a fog— A View upon the Shannandoah, from a hill weftoort r (W Qld Blomnery. The Ccnditions art as fallow : Ttwr lores' to Sttbfcifrers will be SIX DOLLARS for the four Views —-One halt of which to be paid at the time ol fnbfcrih iuo—the other half on the deli veiy ol the Prims, .according to the priority of the iub fcriprions. Mr. Winjlanley engagrs to deliver the prhts in OSober next. Subscriptions received Mr. D>bfon , Bookseller, at the Stone House, Second- Steet, and at Mr. Joleph Anthony s, Silver Smith, Market Street. And at Mr. John M'Cwee's, No. 75, south Front ftrect. July 11. _ rf2 ' r ' ■ NANKEENS'. Nankeens of Superior Quality, Long and (hort pieces Long and lliort black fattws, Black Taffet es, awl St 1 lhaws, Black and coloured I ndia sewing Silk, Ornamental jars and beakers, And a few long sets of Tea China. Coloured Sattins, Lujlrings, and FOR SALE AT No. 40, north fifth Street, July 7 myj&ftf . Lachawannock. A LARGE body of 'tANDjoii this river and its waters, is now for sale to ScitUrs on- I), on moderate terms,and at > long'credit. The foil is remarkably fertile, 1 and nu merous ftveams of water are iiiterfyetfdd through the wtiole country. The mam river flows through one trafl , of about thirty thousand acres, and is with die exception of one obftruttion, naviga ble to the Sufquehannah. Spring Brook Creek, which with its branches, waters another ttaft of about forty thousand acres of good Land; emp ties itfelf into the Lachawannock, about twelve nnlrs from the Sufquchannah. It affords numeious Mill feats, &. in its course creates large bodies of well Water ed meadow ground. The other tracts are interfered by creeks of confidera'ole importance. Several Mills are already erected for the accommodation of the settlers. Roada are cut in different direftionsj to wards the most convenient markets. The county $/wn is not Wore than 11 miles distant from many parts ol the set tlement. ' The Sufquehantuh affqrds an easy and sale navigation to Middleton, from whence the Canal to Schuylkill extends the com munication to the city. Another means of conoeftion with Phi lad Iphia, is by the Delaware, from which the distance in several places is about thirty Utiles. ! he proprietors combining their own in terest with that of the inhabitants, are dis posed to ere<t works of public utility,open oads, Sit. and in every en miles square, a trail o\ one hundred acres is allotted for a School, and one hundred acres for thefirft resident clergyman of any denomination of Chrifiians. For further particulars apply to George Eddy. Wttkes-Barre, Xuzerne County, 1 Pennsylvania, July 9^ Lcttejidire&ed tn George Eddy) at Phi ladelphia, or this place,or io Thomas Eddy, as Na»v York, relative to this bufinefs,will be fiAy answered. cod 3m Brokers Office, No. 16, Wtll-Ilreet, New-York. Tllh. Subfcuber intending to coofinehim ftll entirely to the PURCHASE and SALE or STOCKS on COMMISSION,begs leave to off rhiifervicet to his friends and others, in the line ola Stock Broker. Thole w ho may pleafr to favor him with their bufi ma y deprnd upon having it tranfa&ed ■wnh the utmost fidelity and dispatch. Oiders Irom Philadelphia Boston, or any wh«, part of the United States, will Ik undty attended to. LEONARD BLEECKER. roicthtf To be Sold, At the Merchant's Coffee-Houfe in Second Street, on the 24th inft. at 7 o'clock in the Evening, the Ship General Wajhitigton, (lfeac Sylvester, Master,} As ihe now lies at Say's Wharf, (the second above Market-Street,) burthen a bout 2,500 barrels, is a good strong yeflel, three years old. —Rigging and Sails in good Order. Approved notes at 60 and 90 days, will be taken in payment. An inventory may be seen at the Corupting.Houfe of RUMFORD & ABIJAH DAWES, No. 7. Water-Street, South, or FOOTMAN & Co. Auctioneers. 7 Mon. 20, X 79- For Sale or Gharter, - Devereaux, Master. - , SHE is well found, and ready for sea; would take a freight to-the North of Eu- I rpe or tha Wetl Indies, and c: r ries about two thousand barrels. For terms apply to Deblois fcf Bred, Between Walnut and Chefiiet-Street Wharves—Where may be had the follow ing articles : 1000 lbs. New Orleans IndigOj A Few Calks New Rice, Sugar in Hlids. and barrels, Coffee in Tie ices and do. RufliaDuck, and an AfTortm nt of Englijh Earthen Ware. July nth, 1794 d - or Charter, remarkable fajl fail- PORTSMOUTH, NOW lying at Cuthbert's wharf, bur then about 3000 barrels, and in coinplcat order to receive a ca'go. For terms apply W • r 4J John Craig, V No. 12, Dock flrceti WHO HAS FOR SALE, HIGH PROOF Antigua & Grenada Ruitij Hyson and Souchong Teasj Roll Brimstone, Bristol crown Window Glaf* of diffe rent flies Almonds >n bags, Lampblack in hogsheads, Cottdn in bales, Rich Port Wine in pipes, hh<J». arid quaiter calks, knd ■A few BOXES of Sugars, fnuffj chocalate, & Confectionary^ Lately received Irom theHavannah. .July 3 <*. Paintings, Pfints, MARBLE ORNAMENTS, and STATU ART. To'be fold by Auction, On Wednesday next, July 23, at Oeller's Hotel, and to be view ed the day preceding the sale, A valuable and great collection of Original Paintings, By the mofi celebrated Majleri. The collection of the Gallery of Comte de Bruhl.bound in one large folio ; a great Variety of Framed Prints and books of Prints. With an aflbrttnent of Marble Ornaments, and some Statuary of superior excellence, the property of a gentleman going abroad. The Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A.M. precisely. _July_iß d 3 t . tffence for the Tooth-ach. Prepared and fold by Dr. Lte, Golden Square, London, THE public are offered one of the molt efficacious and medicines, that ever appeared, for that most excruciating pain the tooth-ach. The numerous instances of its happy effects in relieving the afflic ted, have now brought it into universal es timation j it not only relieves the tooth ach, but is of the utmost service in cur ihg.the scurvy in the gums, in preventing the disagreeable smell that proceeds from unsound teeth, and occasioning a sweet breath ; it like wife prevents the teeth from decaying, and will be found a general pre server of the teeth and gums. Sold in Philadelphia, only at Poyntell's Stationary Store, No. aI, Second street. J«'y 14 d 3 t Tuesday, July 22, 1794. Medical Books. JUST PUBLISHED, By Thomas? Bebfnh, at the Static Tloufc No. 41, south Sect dftreet t VOL. Ih Medical : v Inquiries OBSERVATIONS. By BENJAMIN RUSH, M. D. Protefforof the Institutes of Medicine, and of Clinical Pra&ice in the Univcr fityof Pcnnfylvania. containing I. An inquiry into the influence of phyftcal causes upon the moral faculty. *. An inquiry iuto the effe&s of fpiritous li quors npon the human body, and their in fluence upon the happiness of society. 3. An inquiry into the causes and cure of the pulmonaiy consumption. 4. Obferva/ions on the fyinptums and Cureot drofnies. 5. An Inquiry into the causes and the cure of internal dropsy of the brain. 6. An account of the measles, as they ap peared in Philadelphia, in the year 1789. 7. An account ot the influenza, as it appear ed in Philadelphia in the years 178 c}, 1790, and 1791. 8. An inquiry into the c«rifcs of the increase os-bilious and remitiMijj f- vers, in Penn* fylVania. 9. An inquiry into the causes and cure of fore l'tgsi 10. Anafccountof the state of body and mind in old age, with bl»ferVations upon its diseases and their remedies. Price one dollar and a quarter unbound, or one dollar and a half neatly bound. Medical Tranfa&ions OF THi College of Physicians of Philadelphia. VOL. I.—P A R T I. Pnce one dollar fn boards. A Treatise on the Diseases of Children; With general directions for ihe management of Infants from the birth; adapted for kheuleol pin ficians private familiei. By IVfichael Underwood, M; I). Licentiate ol Midwitcry in the Royal Col lege of Physicians in London, and Phyficiah of the Bri'tifh Lying-in^Hofpiul. ZiXe p^liari --This is acknowledged best bool I which has been 6n the fubjeft, ant is calculated for thfe tile bf parents, nurses, and private for physicians —The two voldmes hindloniely printed in one, and the price only about one third..of what the importfcd copies fell for. Thfe Edihburgh New Difpenfatbry, two dollars. System of Surgery, extra£led from the wdrJcsoF Benjamin by Dr. Waters; 2 dols. 50 cents. System of Anatomy, extraftcd from the Encyclopaedia, with 12 Copperplates, 2 dols. System of Chemiflry, extratled from the Encyclopedia, exhibiting a view of tbe pro gress of the fciencee, and the different systems which have been publifhedi « dols. 50 cents. Brown's Elements of Medicine, 2 dols. 67 cent!. T. Dob/in has in the Press, An edition of che Medical and Ptiilofo phi cal Commentaries of Edinburgh". Two v©l umes arc printed in one at 2 dollars cents per volume ; he has nearly ftnifhed the five fiift volumes, which contaipthe firft ten volumes of the European edition, which fell for two dollarseach. Nvne volumes will in clude eighteen £tur6j)ean volurqcs, which w ill briog the publication up to the present time. * Llketwife for sale a considerable number of Medical Books, viz* Cullen's Practice, Materia Medica, I*h)Ti ology, and Synopsis. Bell's Surgery, 6 vols, or 4 vols, do. on Ulcers, BUchah's I)omeftic Medicine, Ledran's Surgery, Chefeldcn's A netomyj Hunter on the Venereal, Swedeca ver on do, Rollo on Weft India Diseases; Rigby on Uterine Hemorrhage, Hamilton's outlines of the theory and pralhce of Mid* wifery, with or without plates; do. on the management ol Female complaints. MeaJ® on Hydrophobia, &c. <&c. The Ground Plan OF THE City and Suburbs OF PHILADELPHIA. TAKSH FROM AQTVAL SURPEr. IT is with pieafure that the publiiher ha« to inform his fubferiberj and the public in general, that the plate is now tinder the hands of the engraver) and in greater for wardnft than Was at firft contemplated. At the fame time he begs leave to remind them, that fubfeription papers are still o |»en at moftof the noted book-stores in the city ; and that he hopes from the whole of them to be enabled to form such a res pect able catalogue of "names, as will o 3 credit to the work, as well as afford • reasonable encc" --ageirieDt to t!;i under taker. Thole who ar desirous of farther infor mation arereq- »itcd to csj,' on B Ti'm Davies, No. .rk« street. A r>" M. te&thtf STATE of SOUTH-CAROLINA the House of ReprefeMatives, DEC em B t't 2111,1793. X the Comrn.llioneri ol pub- V V lie Accounts,have repotted, that they caonot proceed to the investigation of «he Trealury Accounts* refpe&ing, special In dents, without knowiiig the outstanding a-, mount thereof in circulation Therefore* Resolved, That all hdlders of special In dents be dire&ed, and required} on or before the firft day of November to deliver the special Indents in their pofitflion to one or other of the CommiHioners of the TreasUry, who arc to give receipts f6r the fame, and to 1 report to the Comtniflioners on public ac counts, on or before thetenth day of Nov- j ember next, the amount by them refpe&ive- | ly received, and also 10 the Legislature, at] their meeting in November next, and that all special Indents not rendered into the Trealury as above* on o* before the firft day of November next, /hall be, and the fame are heteby barred, RcJolved y That public notice of this resolu tion be given in the fevetal Gafcettos in this State, once every three weeks, until the firll day of November next. And that the Dele gates of this State in the Congress of the Uni ted States, be requested to cause this relolu tion to be publ (hed in one or more papers in the cities of Philadelphia and New-York, and that pfrovifion will be xna&e fcr the ex penccs attending such publication'. Ordered, That the resolution be sent t© the 6'enate for concurrence. By order of the House, JOHN D DART, C.H.R. In the SENATE, December 21ft, Resolved, Thai this House do concur with tht House of Representatives ih the forego ing resolutions. Ordered, That tbe reTolutibns be lent to the House of Representatives. by order of the Senate. FELIX WARLEY Clerk. ewtNov. Claudius Chat, . SILVER SMITH and JEWELLER, No. 4, south Fourth -ftrfcet* four doors from the corner of Market street, MAKES and fells all kinds of Jewellery —and has now ready for fele, a general as sortment of elegant' watch chains, seals, watch key?, lockets of Various kinds and sizes, gold beads for necklaces, ear ringsof different patterns, rings with devices and -plaited hair, &c. He gives the highest price for pld gold and til vet-. — - Twoot- three apprentices of honest pa tents, are \vanted. July II 4 t TUITION. WILLIAM FINCH of the New Thea tre, bags, lfeave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has removed from the corner ot Eighth and Arch streets to No. 68, north Eighth between Arch- and Race ftreeis, and chat he continues to give In- 1 ftrudtions in the French and Englilh Lan guages as uftial, as also the Classics. He takes this opportunity of expreifing hiSafc knowledgertients for the very liberal en couragement lie has experienced, ar conti nuation of which he begs leave to solicit- N. B. Tranfiations from either languages correctly executed. d Bank of the United States, July 7th, 1794. NOTICE is hereby givtn, that here will be paid at the Bank after the fixtentl instant, to the Stockholdei s or ther repre sentatives duly aothorlfed, sixteen Dollars' for each being the dividend declared forthe last iix months, By order of the President and Directors JOHN KEAN, Cashier. eodim. Excellent CLARET, In fiogfacads and in cases of 50 bottles each ALSO, A fewcafes Champaignewine; MADEIRA, In pipes, hogsheads and quarter calks, FOR SALE BY JOHN VAUGHAN, ( No. lu, Sooth Front street. Jan. s, 1794. dtf 140 BARRELS Best Bofl;on -BEEF, ' 18 HOGSHEADS New-England Rum, Received by the fehooner Belinda, from Boiton, and for sale by Nalbro' & John Frazier. No. 81, Walnut Jlrcet. June 20 mw&s3w Nicholas Diehl, jun. Attorney at Law, hi . t'rieflds and tht Public, that he Jias oper/" 1 "n OFFICE for the ale and purchase of Real Estates at No. i«J south Fourth street, where ft thai lully recei>* tKir coitot.: ds. He ai, draws Deeds, Mortgages, anJ other Writ ings. Junl !• intb&stf [Whole No. 584.] Insurance Company of North Americai THE Stockholders are informed thaf a dividend of fix per cent fcir the last fix months, on the amount of the capital paid in, has been agreed on, ahd will be paid to them, or to th. r legal representatives, in ten days from this date, agreeably to the charter of the incorporation. By order of the President and Diret ors, EBENEZ. HAZARD, / Secretary. J u 'y *4 ditf Scheme of a Lottery, To raise 39,900 Dollars, on 266,000 Dollari, deduaing 15 ptr Cent, from the Prizes—this Lottery Conjijls of 38,00 c Tickets, in •which there are H>539 Prizes and 23,461 Blants y being about one and an half Blankt to a Priize, THE Direflorsof the Society for eflabiifh -ID£ Ufeful Manufactures, bavine refolv. Ed to £eS LOTTERIES for raifirtg Humored Thousand Dollars,agreeably to ah Aft of the Legislature of the State of New-Jersey, have appointed the following persons to ftperintend and direfi the draw ing of the fame, via. Nicholas Low, Ruhis King, Herman Le Roy, James Watson, Richard Harrifon, Abijah Hammond, and Cornelius Ray, of the city ot Nrw-Yoik— Thomas Willing, Joseph Ball, Matthew M<- Conuel and Andrew Bayard, of the city of Philadelphia-His Excellency Richard How. ill, Esq. Elias Boudinot, General Elias Day ton, Jam.s Parker, John Bayard, Doair Lew.s Doijham, Samuel W. Stockton, Jolhua M. Wallace, Joseph Bloomfield, and Elilha Boudinot, of Mcw-Jerfey, who offer the following Scheme oi a Loltery, and pledge themselves to the public, that they will take every aflursnce and precaution in their power to have the Monies paid by the Managers Irom time to time; as received, into the Banks at New-Voik and Philadelphia, to remain for the purpose of paying Pri z , s , which (hall be immediately discharged by'a check npon one of the Banks. SCHEMEt 1 Prire of 20,000 Dollars is 20,000 1 10,000 10,000 - ~ —» — 10,090 5 2,000 io.OOO ,0 . '.000 .0,000 20 • s°° I^,ooo 10,000 300 S° 15,000 10 °<> 20 .. so, 000 8000 »si 30,000 a°°° 36,000 8100 >• 81,000 '4.539 Writes. 262,000 23,461 Blanks. First drawn number, 2,000 Last drawn number, 2,000 38,000 Tickets at 7 Dollars each is 266,000 The drawing will commence, under the mfpeftion of a Committee of the Superin. tcridants, as soon as the Tickets are fold, of which timely noiice will be given. The Superintendants have appointed John N. Cumming, of Newaik, Jacob 'Har denberg, of New-biunfwick, and Jonathan Rhea, of Trenton, as immediate Managers thereof, who have given ample fecuiity tor discharging the trust reposed in them, 03" In order to fecuie the punffual pay ment 0 r the Priies, the Superintendams of the Lottery have dircflcd that the Managers shall each enter into bonds in 4C,000 dollars, with four fufficient fecuruiis, to perform their mltiu&ions, the substance oi which is I. That whenever cithet of the Managers (hall rereive the sum of Three Hundred Dole lars, he lhall immdiaicly place the fame in one of the Banks of.New-York or Philadel phia, to the ciedit of the Governor of th< Society, and such ot the Superintendants ai live in the city where the monies are placed, to remain there nntil the Lottery is drawn, for ihe payftint of the Prices. 11. The Managers to take fufficieht se curity foi any Tickets they may trust, other' wife to be responsible for them. Mil. To keep regular books of Ticke* fold, Monies received and paid into the Bank, abftrafls of which lhall be sent, monthly, to ihtGovemor of the Society. Pateifon, January >, 1794. On application to either ofthe above gen. tlemen, information will be given where tickets may be had. February 24. tu&ftf (£?' The Lot Wry published by tffe '"Society for efteblifMhg ufeful Hanufac tures," will eminence drawing the firft Tuesday in November neict «■» To the Electors of the city and county of Philadelphia. Gentlemen, THIS being the last year of the pre. Art Sheriff's time in office. I take the liberty to offer myfclf a Candidate, and solicit vour votes and interests in my favour 1 , to plare me on the return at the next general Election, as hii successor for said office) in doing which, yon will cooler an obligation that will be gratefully re. . r.embered, by Your ®ioft obedient,. and humble servant, JOHN BAKER. | May g. M If.