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[No. of Vol. Vl.] Periodical Publications. Just received by John Ontirod, At Franklin's Head, Mv 41, Chtfnu Jlreet, The three tirft numbevs of tbe . United States Magazine, O ' Printed at Newark, Mew Jertev, and pul • tiStod in Monthly numbcrs( by fuM'criptio' ite djllars and 55 cems oer annum. LIKEWISE, Five Numbers of the Maflachufetts Magazine, Or vl >i»thly-Mufeu Ji of Kniwledge an Rational Entertainment, puhlilhed by fuVi ferijjunu at two U illars and Jo cents Y year. * ALSO, Sacked Musig. Law's fVlaiic.tl Magazine Do. CbrilUan Harmony Do. Musical Primer Do. SeleA Hamiouy Do. SefceA Pialms and Hymns. > The iucceeding numbers of tlie abovt per»od«C4l works will bepublifhed ,u»e fir r Week o- every month) and forwarded t Sii blcrs without «lelay. Jvfy 23 Lacllawannock. A.LAK.GE body of LAND 011 tliisrivn artdits waters, is now fur, fdle to Sctllets «>. ty,oa moderate terms,and at » long credii. The foil is rem irliably fertile, and m. iiwrous streams of water ara interlperib through the whole country. The mam river flows through one tra of about thirty ttionfand acre', and is wit he exception of one otMfruftion, navig We to the S«f jueiiannah. Spring Brook Creek., which with it branches, waters another tfaift of aboir. forty th>ufand acres of golid Land, emp ties itfelf into the Lacllawannock, aboti twelve miles from the Sufqueiiannah. Itaifords nuiiieious Mill feats, &in ii courle large bodies of well water ed meadow ground. The otuer traits are interfered by cr*«k? of coufiderable importance. Several Mills are already erected for th< accommodation of the fittlers. Roads artj cut in different directions, to ward's the mod convenient markets. The county to' Vii is not mora thin ii rnles diitant froiu oany parts of tl>c set tleiaent. ' The Su'qneiiannah affords an easy and fafe navigation to Middleton, from whence . the Canal to Schuylkill extends tfce com munication to the city. Another mfcans of conneiftidn with Phi ladelphia, is by the Delaware, from winch the diflance in several placesis aboutthirtv miles. The proprietors combining their own 111- trreil with that of the inhabitants, are dis posed to ereit works of public utility,open uoads, ?ic. and in evjry en miles fcjuare, a trartef one hundred acres U allotted for a ' School, aiid one hundred acres for thefirff resident clergyman of any denomination of Christian*. For farther particulars apply to George Eddy. Wilkes-Birre, Luzerne County, July 9- e<sed tn George tdd y, atPi adelphia, or this place t or io Thoma< ?ddy, at New York, relative to this tmfinafs,will be duty «odjm TO BE SOLD BY THOMAS DOBSON, 'Principles and Observations applied to the MANUFACTURE and INSPECTION o F Pot and Pearl AJhes. By DAVID TOWNSEND, Infpeilor of Pot and PearUAfhes for the Commonwealth of Maflachufetts. Published according to A<fl of These observations relate to an extensive business ; and are designed, in the plainefl manner, to convey profitable information! to those imerefted in it, who have cot leis ure or opportunity to fearth for the prnicr ples therein contained, in the writings' of profefaonal fheraifts. Aug. a To the El ecVorsof the city and county of Philadelphia. GiSntlßmen, Tins beinj the lafl year of the pre sent ShertfTs time in office. I take the liberty to oiTer mvfelf a Candidate, and solicit vour votes and interests in my , favour, to place me 011 the return at the , next generalEleftion, as his fuccefTor for said « See; in doing which, you will confer . an obligation that will lie gratefully re- t toe.nbered, by Your mall obedient, , and humble servant, t JOHN B-AKER. , 3- es tf. .JfSE. For Sale, Amman Snotn \ SSfe£- VENUS, , Caption M'GonitcV? | Vow lying at Mr. ROSS's Wharf, fen cxcti ~nt vessel, about 2io tons by *<*?;<fttr; car u near 2500 bis. Flout, is remarkable wt!l wind, and may be fcftt to fra, at a vftiy final 1 pence, having lately had upwards of mnc indfed founds tterhng, laid out on her- If not fold in fortnight, (he will ihen be <oofedat pyblie auction. Any reafonaole edit tnay be given— Inventory ™ a Y hc r £. n 1 board by applying to Capt. M'CON IELIL, or to Peter Blighty WHO HAS FOR SALE; PORT WINE, '11 Pipes and halt Pip" and Qua.t r Cj(ks, 1 Tade> ra i" do. 0 » lavanna White Sugar in Boxes. d 2w. ~~Fof Hamburg, ySgBgZ. Harmony, ' laPTAIM LoirEtl, Havfnjrgreat part f her cargo on board, will fail irt a :W days. Freight will be taken if ap plied for for which as wel, 1 rs for puffage, apply to Andrews & Meredith, At Willing s Wharf. Augufl: 6. d ' For Sale or Charter, m&s. G eh. WASHINGTON e Isaac Syhefler, majler» t NOW lying at Say's wharf,tl>e nbovci r larket street, burthen about 2500 bar- J rels, is a good strong veftel, and will berea- 1 lv to receive a cargo in a lew Hays. For terms apply to the Captain on board »r RUMFOUD & ARIJAH DAWES, Water Jireet, Pis. 7* fiulb* 7th mo. 25 d A French Family* WOULD with to be entrusted with the care of a FARM, about the city of Phila delphia of Trenton, under such compensa tions as may be agreed up»on by applying at Mr. OSMONT's, No. 117, north Second treet. Aug. 4 d NOTICE. The Gazette of the UnitSC States is nstv published at A T o. 119 Chesnut sTrSet—to -which place th.-. OFFICE of the Editor is removed, and •uihtre Printing Work in general is performed. Came to the /table of the SobTefiWfa few day? ago, A Black Mare, About fourteen hands high, her hind feei white* The owner is desired to come, prove property, pay charges, and take her away. Lewis Bender. ' Black rforfi, Second ftteet, philad. Aug. 16 4t 1"« HE office of the Piefident and Directors of the Insurance Company tff No#TP Amiaica. is removecT to Wo. *07, South , Front ffreet, being the foutli eait cornerol Froitt and Walnut ftreett. f TO BE SOLD, THOMAS DOBSON, : Alphabetical Lift OF TtfE ; DUTIES . Payable b-law oh all Goods, Waresj am, Vferchandize imported into the United ' Saates of A.nerica, after the last day of . June 1784, diftinguilhingthe rates payable !>n rtiole imported in flifps or veilels of tlie United States-i-and the rates payable irt fo reign' fhibs or veifels, including the addi tional dutie», to which the refpcftive arti cles are liable. July 29 d For sale, BV MATHEW CAREY, No. 118, Matket-Strect, An Eflay on Slavery, Dcfigned to exhibit in a new point o>' view its e-tfe£l» on mota/*. induflry, and the; peace of feciety. Some fads and calculation: are offered to pcov. the labor of freemen 10 be much more productive than that of [Luv&s ; that countries' are rich, powerful and happy, in proportion as the laboring oeople enjo* the fruits of their own laoor ; and henc the nccelfary conclusion, that flavcry is impoli ficas well as unjujl. Price 25 Cents. Tuesday, August 19, 1794. Next Monday Will be iron on board Slip Wafli m a ton, ijn John Collins from BOR» OEAt)X. p* iir at Maifey's- Jy'liarf near the erorokeTf »<4fc'r, A CARGO OF White Wines In Barrels ; ai.d CLARET A in Hhds. a-id Cafe«:«—For Sale by FRANCIS COPPINGER, No. South, Second-Street. August 15, 1 794. d. Money to be Lent, On Mortj» »e < f REAL ESTATES, Within the City and Liberties of Philadel- <s phi a A pply to Nicholas Diehi, jun. At orney at Law. No. 19, fottth Fourth Jireet. AUg. 4 uiH&ftt Treasury Department, Reventtt-OffiCe, Augu/l Ith, I 794. PROPOSALS 1 Will be received at the Ofiic of th K C mrnifHoner of the Revenue, No. 43, f ,'outH I'hird ftr<et far fur- C nifliin bycontratf, three hnndred - e p a/r of Wheels of Cajl iron, ■ach to weigh about 2i6 pounds, and 1 o be of" the dia neter of twenty inches j nid of the thickness of about four inches it the rim, alio for three hundred pair oi Smaller wheels of cajl iron, n each to weigh About i 23 p unds, and to be of the diameter of iKtein 'inches. Pat terns of each will de xhibited at the said The wheels are intended for the carriages of iron cannon, to be employed n in t'he tortHictttions. m Aug. 8 eod2w [ To be Sold, The Hovfe, Stables, & Lot of Ground\ In Second Itreet, between Spruce and Union ftrcets, in the occupation ot hit : Britannic Majesty's Mimfter. [ ALSO ; The Adjoining Lot, t ' 26 feet front, and l'eet dejp. For f firilis of sale, apply to Wm> Crattiond. ~ Aug. 14 w&stf r 1 Trealury Department 1 Revenue Office. Augufl sth. 1794. PROPOSA i-Swill be received at the' Of- c fficeof the Com miflidner of the Revenue, No. 43,1 foutli Third street, for f rnifhing r by Cont;aA,' Seven hundred and fixry eight COCKED HATS, For the corps of Artillerifis and Engin. ers, to be made agreeably to a Pattern 4at whieh will be ftiewn at the Oittce a t'orefaid, to any person disposed to contrast , Aug eodJw ? Christiana Mills For Sale, Off Morittay the firft day of September next at 8 o'clock in the evening, at the ■ Coffee H»ofe in he city of Philadelphia s svill be fold by public vendue', two * or pieces of land situated in White Clay h Creek hundred, New Castle county and state f of Delaware; one ot which contains about ixty acres of highly improved land, on it - jre a large two ftorybfick dwellinghoufe, a convenient brick with ftablingand a arriage bouse underneath, an excellent :iln for drying corn ; and the well known rrihscallexJ Christiana Mills (late Patter on'<) which at the head of the tid n Christiana river, and 1 but about half " lilefram the landing, is conveniently situ ted for carrying the articles ;t the mills by water to Philadelph'u-'-Thi' •roperty being close to the road leading i'rom Elkton to Christiana bridge, and at j the head of the tide, with many other at j tendant render its. situation for , the milling business so vdry valuable, as to I be equalled by few and excelled by none. " The latter trafl containing 175 acres, is _ about of>e rtiiie from the mills *u<£ is chicf ly woodland, which Wing contiguous to water carriage to the city of Philadelphia, must be of increasing Value, especially as there is a quantity of large timber in said tra<sl suitable for the purpoies of the J mi lis. | The terms upon which the above men 'tioned will be fold are—oiie tbon-' j'faiid pounds to be paio on executing the ,dee<ii, and seven hundred and fifty pounds „ per annum, withintereft for the remainde- or proportionablv for each part. ~ Indisputable titles will be made for the property, by |f)HN MXON, AL£X. FOST ER, g::o. laTimer. At fame time and place will be fold large BOAT, July 2 mw&sts Choi 1 e St. Croix Sugar, JUST IMPORTED, *>' And far Sale, By YARD. f Also a rjirantity of RUSSIA Ma^ts. |tine 24th. d' ]\ NANKEENS. H Nankeens of - Superior Quality, Long and ftiort pieces Long and fliort black fattins y Black and < Black and coloured I ndia sewing Silk, ** Ornamental jars and beakers, And/a lew long fees of Tea China. Coloured Sattias» and T 0 B I N E S 9 FOR SALfe AT No. 40, north Fifth Street. July 7 >' mw&ftf War Department, ; Augufl 1, 1794. i Information is hereby given ~ ■1 all the "military Invalids of the IJuitedj tates, that the turns to which they aretn- a tied for their annual pen Hon, whifch will lecome dueon the fifth day of September i 794, will be paid o'n the said day, by the t h Commiflioriers oi Ltrans within the States under the usual regulations . Applications of Executors or rrators muftbe accosnpauied with legal e- te idences of their rei'pe«siive offices, and as ilfo of the time of thedeceafe of such in- n alidswhofe peu(ir>n§ they niay claim. By command of the president Of the TJ- ry aited States, H. KNOX, Secretary at War* c| The Printers in the fevt ral State* 11 ira requeOed to publish in theii m newTpapeis or the space oft wo months A ug. 6 d2m jujl Pnblijhed, AND FOR SALE BY Jacob Johnson &c Co» j No. 147, Market Jireet, the A American Revolution VVritt n in the flylfc of ancient hi(tory,in j)l two vols price 10/ ]e The Italian Nun, translated from the !e French of J. J. KoafTeau, price 4/8. m Moore's Journal irt France, in two voJ. price 15/ Fruits of Solitude, in reflections am naxmij relaririg to thb conduct of Huvnai Life, by William Penn, Price 4/2. Senecca's Morals, price 7/6. Dndlliy's Efops Fables, in German, 'sVitl - cuts, price 4/8. " Aug. 6 -eod3W ' . . . ■ 11 J 4 00 GASES E Of Excellent d ; Old Holland Gin, \ For Sale at 11 1 No. 55, North Water Street, by John Clark. Augk 16 d6t j JUST PUBLISHED, < And for sale at a Mathew Carey s Store, No. 118, Market street, g Price half a dollar, embellished with a' striking likenefsof Mr. Margarot r | The TRIAL a OF ' t Maurice Margarot, ! !' Before the High Court of Jufliciary at Edinburgh, on an indictment for ' " SEDITIOUS PRACTICES* \ 1 u OF the many femaikable trials which is thepfelent extraordinary system of crimi • nal jurisprudence ili G; Btltaln and Irelai d it has brought before the public eye ; tbi e f : certainly most entitled to univerfa pe n u r al and attention. It dfevclopes, moie :v fyUy fnan any publication extant, the lat- • eft viewa and of the Briti/h conven is Hon ; and proves inconteftibljj that juui-: f. cial prosecutions (or and de to cifions art now more the reftilt of the ps a, sent order of thiilgs, than any old faftiion *•; ed attachment to tlife laws or the Conftitu ic: rion. Add to this* that it holds up to the ie wonder and admii&tion of the rhe firm, manly, and patriotic of n. his devoted victim.—this • Second Sydney/ 11- a*; he hag j 11ftly ahd deservedly been called; le who in the course of one of the longest tri. als we know of, unassisted even by a fingfei e- member of the long robe, evinced fnch a depth of legal and conftittitional know le ledge ; and, in a speech of four hours length, displayed such a blaze of eloquence •no fir ft rate abilities, as r.ftonifhetf e court —and, strange to relate ! evet e*v involuntary applause from the vena .. d rime-serving creature of a corrupt go nment." August 16. [Whole No. J iijl Received, By the Hoop EiMk-av4)r, Joih Paine u Maft*r from Boftor, New-England Rum, , In Hhds. fohSaie fry Nalbrd & John Frazier, No. 81, Walnut ilreet, Who have also en hand, and. Jor /ale, . SHERRY WINE, In pipes and quarter casks, fit for •immediate yfe. St. Lucar Wine in pipes, and quarter calks. ROTA WINK in quarter casks PORT WINE in do. Button BEEK, Hyson and souchong TEAS, Spanish INDIGO. Ravens DU;;K, TIGKLbNBURG, . OZNAKRIGS, DOWLAS, a. d ; 8 by to Window Glass. Aug. s tuth&t'4w NO. 68. Di/lrifl of Pennsylvania, TO WIT. BE it remembe i d that on the twenty third day of Julf in the nineteenth year of : the independente of the Urited States of America, JOSEPH B&GCS, of the said diftrift hath depofsted in .this ofhee, the t - ■ t<? of a book ihe light wheieot he claims 'as au'hOr in tfv< words following, to wit; " The Philadelphia Dire&o ry, for the yeaT 1795 —by Joleph Boggs.'s In conformity to the act ot the Congrefr of the Uhitetf States intituled ii An a£t fog the encouragement of lerwninjr by fecurin' rheedpies of maps charts and bookb to the «. uithors and proprietors oi Cnch copiesdur* j ing the times therein mentiomd. Satin Caldwell,, Clerk of tDiftrift of Pmnfylvania. ul JS d THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, By Thomas Dobfon, At 'ihe SlttK House, No\ 41, feuth Se cond fireet, 1. LETTERS adorefTed tb tlie Pliilof6 11 pbers and Pol ticians ol France, oti the I'ub. jett of Religion ; to which are prefixed ob_ e ferVatittns rfclating to the causes of the go. neral pnjvalence of Infidelity, 1 By JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, L.L. D. F. R. S. &c. 1 Price ohe quitter of a Dollar; 11. TWO SERMONS, viz. 1 1. The prtifent state of Europe compared with ancient prophecies. Preached on the I'aft day, in 1794; with a prefacc contain . ing the reasons of the author for leaving England. 2. The use of Cfirlftianity, especially in difficult times j being the Author's Fare well Difeonrfe to his Congregations in Hackney; with Appendixes to the two Ser uiorrs, Price one third of a dollar. 111. An APPEAL to tiie Serious & Can. did Proftfffors qt Chriflianityj on the lol lo<ving fubjefts, vie. 1. The ule of reason in matters of Reli* gion. 2. Thepowef of man to do the Will of God. 3. Original Sin. 4. Eldftiob and Reprobation; 5. The )>ivinity of C'f ift, and 6. Atonement by the Death of Chriff, by a the fame author. T 0 which ere Added, A Concise History of the Hfcsf those Doctrines, and ah account of the Trial of M'Elwall, for and BlSf pheiny, at Stafford Affixes. at Price me eighth of a hollar. | The above three are fe-publifhed with the author's improvements and additions; and a confitlerablc part of his works, in c(l an improved (late, will itmke their apptar. • ance as soon as convenience Will admit. , j July 28 eod3W —'—; * ~ * " !® e Whereas an attach it- ment atthefuit of tb£ adhiihiftratois of all n-arid fln'gular the goods and chattel*, ri.tbti ui-and credits, which were of William Bur le- net deceafedj at the tifne of his death, re-hath been illuedout of the lnferirtur Couj >n-of common pleasj in and for the Count vol* tu» MiddlefeXj against the Goods and Chatties, he Lands and Tenements" of Junius Martirt, lie late of the county aforefaid, returnable to of in July last. NOTICE y,' is hereby given tri the laid Junius Martin, ;d; that unless he appear and file fperial bail to ri. the said aflion, on or before the third Tuof gltlday in January next, judgnicut will be en i a tered against him by detaalt, and the goods w. and chatties, lands and tenements so at irs tacltcd, fold for the fatisffrftion of Tuch of ice Ms creditors as (ball appear to be joftly en ied titled to any demand thereon, and fhal lap-- eu ply for that purpose, according to thefornj ria if the flatute in such cafe made& provided jo- Ey order of the Court, BKARE, Clerk. A.ugr 10, I awtf.