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WAYNE COUNTY TAXES.
' S "VIP. owners ,of un improved linds in Wayne county, aie hereby no'ified, that Taxes are become payable thereon for the years ani 1000. Those who have not already paid *h£ir taxes, ire hereby r-qui red to discharge the lame to JOHN BHINK, Esquire, Trcafurer of fakl County at Miliord, within three month« Irom this date ,otherwise proceedings to sale, according to the a& of AffembJy iVi such cafe provided, will e had by the Commiffioccrs for the fiid county. Asa Stenton, ~l John Cars n, > Commiflioiiers Jehannes Van £tten, J Attefl, E. Kellogg, Clk. July 9, 1800 For Sale, A FEW HOGSHEADS OF Jamaica SUGAR and COFFEE, A Trunk of Met. and Wotnens' Shces>, And a parcel of Tow Linen, ALSO, Boston W indow-Glsfs, Bby 10, 9by 11, io by 12 and 17 by" 11. Any sizes larger than thole may be had 011 being ordered from the inanufaitory. Apply to ISAAC HARVEY, Jun'r. 3J wharf south of Market ft'ieet Aogutt 4. d^w Writing-Paper, AND STATIONARY, Just Kceived by the ship Kensington, from London,—and ]or sale by WILLIAM YOUNG BIRCH, vo. 17, SOUTH SECOND-STREET, IMPERIAL wovs and plain, Super Koya.l do. Royal do. Medium do. Demy do. Foolscap do. Poll thick and thin do. folio and quarto, Do. do. do. hot-pref»Vl. Copying machine piper and ink-powder for do. Ink and ink powder, red and bkck, fine Japan ink, parchuient, quills and pens, penknives, ftaiinß WJX, wa<«rs, &c.4c. A few fcts of elegmt Map« and Atht'j, Mahogany writing desks of various size». |[Q™ Merchant's Account Books ready madty or made te any pattern on tie short est notice. July 15. f m&th Found, A Red Morocco Pocket-Book, WHOEVKR has loft it may receive it «nap plication at the clEcctof this Gazette, and paying the expence of this aiivertifcment. July IS. A CERTIFICATE FOR a three quarter Share of Bank Stock of the United States, So. 3818 in the name of John Holmes, Jun. haaheenlostormiflaycd and for the Renewal of which application has been made at said Bank, of wbioh all concerned are defiled to take notice. May fp Philadelphia & Lancaster TURNPIKE COMPANY, Julymtb, 1800. THE Prtfident and Managers hava this day declared a dividend of Eight Dollars "n each fbare >f flock, of which, fix dollars per (hare will be paid the Stockholders or their rcprefentatives any pay after the 14th instant; the remaining two dollars has been retained and expended in com pleating and repairing the road agreeably to a rsfolu'ion of tbe stockholders. Wm. GOVETT, Trcasuer. ni4t July 14 Eliftia Filter & Co. No. 39 North Front Street, HAVE ON HAND AND FOIt SALE, GERMAN STEEL, windowglafs, hatsaflort cd in cafer.. N tils in calks, and a large affjrt nient of Ironmongery, Cu:lery, Sadlery, Coach, and Harness Furniture, Brass and Japanned Wares. Pins and Needles. July 29 tu. th fa. tm. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Two or three Lads OF Reputable Connections as apprentices to an elegantand profitable business Apply tcthe office of the Gazette of the United States. August 1 aoiw FOR SALL—a complete Printing-Office, WITH A Newspaper Establishment, lathe pleasant ajylhealthy towixof Newark, New- Jerky, about nine mites from New York ; Also, a complete set of BOOK BINDING TOOLS. THE above is worthy the attention of any Printer wishing to establish himfelf in a country .town. The rapid population, and ex treme plsafantnefs of rhe Iswn, and its vicinity to New York, is a confederation which every perfen vsill know how to appreciate- |t will be fold very cheap for cash ; or a liberal creoit will be given for one half of the purchase money, if «t(ir_ed. Further particulars may be known by fending a lice, post paid,to JACOB HALSEY, Newark. July 19. tuth&s jw Capt. Thomas Nelson, WHO is luppofcd to be at ptefent in this city is rcquefled to call on Mr. Thomas Ket land, No 67, south Froat-f.reet, who hasaletter of conference for him, which if called for im mediately will relate to his particular interefi. Any person jr'ving information where Captain Nelson may be seen will greatly oblige Mr. Ketland. Augutl». d3t d 90t PETER TREOKNT. dim. With a pleasant yard on the South fide cf Arch-Street, third door above Eighth Street. For terms apply at No. 116 Arch- Sheet. August 4. ' ' m&wtf For the season, ist immediate possession given A very pleasant, healthy COUNTRY SEAT, WITH Garden, Pafturf fer< tindi, Coath- House, Ice-HouTe, &c &c.—Situated i.ear the Frankfcrd road, and about 3 »-i miles from the city For terms apply to the fulifcriber, in Cheft.ut, above Eighth Greet. W. MACPHERSON. July 18 d6t * ' 1 B. No 198841 119885 | Eaclifor bne fbare, in the name ay!>36 of Tho's Holy, Sheffield (O. B) | dated iQ Jar r u?.ry, ißeo ; 19888J Of which application, all persons concerned, will oleafe to take notice. SAMUEL STERETT. Baltimore, sth ipril, ISOO jaw^m GLASS MANUFACTORY. THE PROPRIETORS Of the Pittsburgh Glass IVorks, HAVlNG.procure'l a fuffici«nt number ot ( thenioft approved European GlaliMami fudlurers, atld having on hand a large flock of the belt Materials, on which their workmen are now employed, haye the pleasure of alluring the public, that window glass of a fupeiior qua lity and of any size, from 1 by 9, to 18 by 24 inchrs, carefully packed in boxes containing 100 feet ea h, may be had at the (horteft notice. G!af» of larger sizes for other purposes, may also be had, ftich as for pWlures, coach glafirs, clock faces, Sec. B ittles of all kinds and of any quantity may also.be hid, together with pocket Balks, pickling jars, apothecary's shop furniture, or other hullow ware—the whole at lealt 2/ per cent, lower than articles of the f4me quality brought from any of the lea ports of the United States. A liberal allowance will be made on sale of large quantities. Orders from merchants and others will be punctually attended to on ap plication to JAMES O'HARA or ISAAC CRAIG, or at the Store of Meflrs. PRATHER and SMILIE, in Maiket-Street, P^ttlburgh. March 4, tuthtf. Fifty Dollars Reward. AN-AWAY from Gen, Ridgely of Balti tv more, on the aoth inft. a light coloured negro man, who calls himfclf WILLIAM Mc. DONALD ; He is about 24 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, mat in his drc-fj, and has a good suit of hair. H»d on, when he went away, a good beaver hat, a ihcrt Ijgiit gieeh cloth coat, edged with \ellow, and yel low gilt buttons—a light buff caflimer, double trnfted waiflcoat, a pair of dark olive colour ed ihirkfett pantaloons—a white linen fliirt, white ribhed cotton ftockinga, and a good pair ot (hoes with firings. He took with him a darklilue coat, a pair of olive caffiroer panta loons, and a light corduroy pair of breeches ; also a gold or pinchbeck watch, with a steel chain. He is fond of fpiritous liquors, is inso lent, has a fiupid look, and chews tobacco.— He was bred in Charles county, Maryland, and purchased of col. John Thomas by gen. Kidge ley. Whoever apprehends laid negro, and le cures him in any jail I'o that the owner may gst himagr. n, (hall receive the above reward, with reasonable charges if brought ham*, or de livered to Jofhui B. Bond, Philadelphia, may t dtf FOR SALE, A Valuable and singularly eligible ESTATE, CONSISTING of two handsome dwelling houfea, with excellent (tabling for seven horfei, double cnach-houfe mod completely fitted up; a beautiful large and valcabla garden richly filled with choice fruit, surrounded with high board fence, almost new. The premises are beautifully situated near the middle of Germantown, sur rounded with rich profpn&s of the adjacent country ; an orchard cf about two acre.?, with a handforoe lawn at the back of the house. One house hat been retently built on an appro ved plan ; the other hat been completely repaired, painted and papered, and contain tec rooms with art elegant drawing-room, fifteen feet by thirty fix The new house is welt calculated for a (lore in either the dry or w« good liue. Thi air and water are unrivalUd, and there are some mod excellent fchoolt in the neighborhood. For particulars enquire of the Printer, or of Mk. potter, on the premifet. May 9. dtf LANCASTER STAGES. r Proprietors ol the Fhiladelphia and Lan- X carter line of St'ges DISPATCH, return their grateful thanks to their friends and the public in general, for the pad favors they have received,and inform them that in addition to the regular Line, <h«y aru piovi led with Carriages,fober and careful drivers, to g j through between the City and BorcHgh in two days. Tbofe who prefer this mode »f travelling can be accommodated at tie Stage Office, sign of United Statu CagU, Market street, Philadelphia. Slovgb, Dawning, Dvnwaody if Co. ffrv. 30. f A PARTNERSHIP. A PERSON poflTcffing some capital, a coaii derable share of indufiry, and drfirous of engaging as a partner in a lucrative business, rcuy hear of a fituatbn. All pr< pofals on this f»bje<sl to be in writing, sealed and dire&ed to W. R. J New York, and left with the printer of the Gazette of the United States, will be at tended to. A Printer would find it to bis advantage I'sne r i'f Houses to Let: ONE large convenient three-story Btick Dwelling-House, with four rooms ou n floor, and two Kitchens ; there is a pump of water, and a raia water cistern in the vard ; filuate on the east fide of Fourth- Street, one door above Race Street, lately occupied by Solomon Moroche. ~ ISO, A convenisut Three Story BRICK HOUSE, To be Let, Notice is hereby given, THAT application will be made to the Prefidcnt ind Diteitors of the Bank of the United States for :!=e renewal of tht following Certificates ef Shares in the said Bank, which were 101 l on board the Ihip fohn, of Baltimore, Hugh Davay, mailer, bound to f.ondon.viz : - THE WASHING-TON Daily Gazette, Publilhed ut the SEAT OF GprEHSMkNf OF THE UNITED States. 'T'HE publication of a good Newspaper at the feat of government, is so uf-ful an undertaking, both to the government and to the citizens at large, for the purpose of com municating State Papers, the Proceedings 0! Congress, and other Intelligence, that the Editor has no doubt of receiving the public patronage. Having left a specimen of th 5 Paper with the principal printers and book sellers at Philadelphia, he takes this oppor tunity of laying" his tern.s before the public. 1. The Gazette lhall be publilhed every day in quarto, yn a half Iheet Urge royal, and he delivered to fubferibers in this city and Georgetown at their places of residence. 2. Papers for didant fubferibers di-.1l be carefully packed up and forwarded every pod diy ; in hall Iheets to places where the mail is conyeyed every day ; and in whole dieets to fubferibers at places where it is not con veyed so often. > It shall be carefully printed on a good type and paper, to lie enlarged as Toon as lublcriptions and advertifeinents will admit of it. 4* The price to subscribers fliall be live dollars a ye;ir, to be paid half yearly in ad vance ; or fix dollars a year, one half to be p iid at t!ie end of each half year. 5. will be inserted three times at the rate of one dollar a square. 6. The Cassette (hall contain the earliefl intelligence foreign and domeflic—public of ficial papers, a (ketch of the proceedings and debates in Congress; with feled\ions and es says on the various fubjefts of economy and literature. It fliall be condu&ed on a fair and impar tial plan, open to political difcuflions ; byt 110 perfonral pieces or irritating animadver lions on' parties or individuals fliall be ad mitted. The publication of the Ga2ette will com mence on the firft day of Oftober next. CHARLES CIST. Jfaibingtea, Jvlj ij. (Aug. 1) niwljw WHEREAS BY a dacree of th« High Court of Chancery, made in a cause, James against Newman, it is among other thing* referred to Wm. Graves' Esq. one of the maflrrs of the said court, " to take an account of th? Legacies bequeathed by the will of the teflator, WILLIAM PHILLIFS, late ol Newgete flreet, London, deceased, and also to in quire and state to the court, whether Francis James, the brother of the complainant's named ati one of the Legatees ill the said will is dead, and whether he died iu the life time of the teflator Therefore all persons wh» can give any iuforma tion whether the said FrajitU J tmes living o> dcai, and it livinp where he now refi iet cr last relided, and when and at what pltce, and when and where he was lilt heard of, and if dead,» hen and where he died, sre h<reby requefl«d to give fiuh information ts the William Graves,Efqv at hih office in Soathamp'on Buildings, Chancery Lane, London,on or before the firft day of March next, rtherwifr he wiil be excluded the benefit of the said decree. The faiJ Francis Jamof waj born at or near Ki«Jwelly, in the caumy of Caermartben, and if living, it about the age of thirty fofer years, and about the year 1779, was a foremaft man on board the Milford, a merchant ship, belonging to the .por: of Brlftol, and failed lor Jamaica in Septem ber, 1780, afterwards he'returned to Briftot, an in November, 1781, was pressed in King road, Briflol, and sent oh board the king's frigate called ?h« Diomcde, in which he failed from 'Ply mouth «n a cruise, and 00 board of which he af terwards became a quarter gunner,' and defined the said (hip at Chaileflon Bar in North-America in September 178 a. Should any person in the United States of Ame rica, be enabled to give, information of the above named Francis James, whether living or dead, they are requeded to communicate the fame to DAVID A. OGDEN, No. 69, Stone Itreet, New Y< rk. & The printers throughout the United States are requellcd to piiblilh the above, april 18; Ibis Day Published, By J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chefnut 3treet, (Price »5 Cests) THI Death of General Wajhinvto*. A 1' OEM. Id imitation of th» manner of Offian. By Uev. John B. Linn, A. M. Minister of the First Presbyterian Congregation ofPhiladclpfcia. %*}" Mr. Chaudron's Oratwn will be [published on Monday morning. M*rch J f. . d-: A PLEASANT COUNTRT HOUSE, WITH, au excellent Orchard, Barn, Pump, &c. &c., The whole contaiaipg 17 acres, situate on the Wil'ahicon road, between the third and fourth mile-stone—May be purchased on realonable term;. —Two thirds of the pur chafc mnney may remain (fr<ured on the pre naifes and on interi-fl) during three yearß. EmVMM of BONSAL k SHOEMAKER, No. H4i South Four.th-ftreet, the Sub scriber, at Mount-Pleasant, adjoining the premises, or at No 45, Walnut-ftrect. JON*< WILLIAMS. June 1.3. mwf tf. Baltimore and New York Mail Stage Office IS removed froci No. 13 B»utkFourth street, to No. 18 S</Uth Third Ireet. An Office for those ftagei is also kept at tnf. Hardy's Inn, No. 98 Market street. General Post Office, April 18. Insurance Company Of the State of Ptrnifylvcnin. TH EDI RECTORS HAVE this diy declared a Dividend of Thirty Dollar# of each Share of the Stick of this Company for thelaft fix months, which will be paid to the Stockholders or their legal Reprefcnta tives a!ter tha 10th instant. JAMES S. COX, Prefijmt. august 1, d.iot. FRANKLIN Reserved Trafts, FOR SALE. ON Wednesday the ill day of Odober next, books will be open in the Office of the Sub scriber, rtfiding in Franklin, for the sale of the Reserved Trails, laid out by virtue of an ail ot Affcmbly pallid the nth cay of April, 1799. One fifth part of thu purchase money to b. p id at the time ef felt, one fifth part within twelv.- months Ircm the day of sale, one fifth part within two years from said day, and the remaining two fifth parts at er before the eipiraticn o' three years after such sale No contrail to be confirm ed for fifteen days after the said books Iball be o pened, and the highefl price c fltred within that time will be acceptfd. All payments made will be forfeited unlrfs the purchaser within three ye rs from the day of sale makes an aflual f_ttlement on the tra& j urchafed, by clearing, fencing, and eult.vating at lead two acres for every fifty con tained in the survey, ajid ere£t thereon a nier f age for the habitation "of man, and rtlide there on ler the space of five years next following the firft fcttkment of the fame. t'*o patents to ilfue, unless fatufacStnry proof lhall be mads of such a&ual settlement, rstidenee, and impr v^ment. GEORGE FOWLER. CommJfi-ner. Fratklin, July jg, 1800. august S, In the pleasant village of Mount Holly, Bur lington County, 18 miles from Cooper's Ferry, and 7 from Burlington ; OVELARGE TWO STOHY Brick - House, FIVE and thirty feet Iquare, four rooms on each fl>or, and a cellar under the whole.— Likewise adjoining, a forty foot front Lot, (itu ate 00 Mill street, near the market, with a new Carriage Houft and Stables on the rear of the Lot,fronting a public alley. For further par ticulars applv to MAHLON BUDD, or ISAAC CARR, in Burlington. Who will ftiew the premises and make known the term 9, or of the fubferiher in Burlington, by whom an indifputaMe title will be given. MICAJAH ELLIS, Burliiigtoa, July 9, 1800. July »9 eodtf. JUST PUBLISHED, AND TO BE SOLD BY JAMES HUMPHREYS, No. 106, Couth fid« of Market ft; (Price One Quarter of a Dollar,) Pleaflng Incitements TO WISDOM AND VIRTUfe, Conveyed through the Medium of Anecdote. Tale, and Adventure ; Calculated to cntertiin, fortify and improve the Juvenile Mind. Translated chiefly from the German. S3" Said Humphreys has just received, and is now opening a hantlfome colleftion of BOOKS. July »9 , s.n FOR SALE, In the Ciy of Burlington, State of Netxi- Jersey, TWO NEW TWO STORY . Brick Houses, Situate on Market flreet, BEING tweDty feet front and thirty two feet deep, each with cellar under them and kitch ens in the rear, likcwife a well of good water in front. ALSO, Four twenty feet Lots, Adjoining the above premises, one hundred and fifty feet deep. For terms of sale apply to the fubferiber in Bur lington, by whom an mdifputable title will be given. MICAJAH ELLIS. Burlington, July 9, 1800 • (29) eotf District of Pennsylvania to wit : BE it remembered that on the Tenth day of July in the twenty fifth year of the Indepen dence of the United States of America, Alexan der Addifon of the fiid Dift. i<Tt hath deputed in thi« office the title of a book the right where of he claims aa Authnr in the words following to wit, " Reports of cases in tie Count/ courts of the Fifth Circuit and in the High Court of Errors and appea's ofthe State of Pennsylvania, and charges to Grand Juries of those Cou-ty Courts. By Alexander Addifon, President of the Courti of Common Pleas of the Fifth Cir cuit of the State of Pennlylvania " In conformity to the aft of Congress of the Uni ted States intitlfd " An aft for the encouragement of learning by securing the copies of maps charts and b 'oks to the Authors and Proprietors of fu?h copies during the times therein mentioned." D. CALDWELL, Clerk of the DiJlriH of Pennsylvania. The above book is now published. It will be dc livered to lubferibers by Mr. Dobfcn Bookteller. _Ji'y_ 2 3 That large and commodious sit the corner of Arch and Ninthflreets. And entered upon this moctlr, the House, Sta ble, Soach House and Lots, now in the tenure o! Mujor Butler, situate as above. Enquire at No. »8, north Fifth street. July ip. ciStth 3w LOST, OR MISLAID, A CERTIFICATE of four Shares of the Dank of the United States in the name ef Bickham & Rrefe, No 1593, f«r the renewal of which application is intended to be made at the laid Bank, and ail persons concerned are de fired to take notice. JAMES HENDERSON. May 8. djm Strayed away, ON Sun !ay the 13th in-ft. a fmili strawberry coloured MAUE, fourteen hands high, (14s three white feet, a white face, about ten yeiis old. Any infofniation will be thankfully received, and if ( * ive.red at John Nejrus's Ferry, at Market street, a re ward of four Dol lars will be paid. July 17. Jt For Sale, HOUSE, TO BE RENTED, , "yuriri"" "Hf CHINA GOODS. Landing fro.n tbe ship Jmerica, Walte. Sims, Commander, from (.a*.ton, ASH FOR SAIF. :rr NICKLIN, GRIFFITH far Co. Bohea, Congo, Souchong, ift &anJ quality, osper fouchcng, T nkay, f'inglo, Young h- in, Hyf. n, ill & jd quality, Imperial, Yellow & while nankeens Lute firings, b'ack & color'd (In Boxes Sinlhawi do. f afl*:rted, Sattiss do. Luifftrings, maz. blue k dark green") T Sinfliaws do > , Persian taffrUs, dark green 3 oxes " They have also on band for sale, received j>v tie late arrivals from Europe, is'e. , ") Infma:!pack« Striped and checked ginghams , ages aIT rted, White figured it cclor'tt Mof- | caksuiated for lfnetts ]> the Weft-In- White corded diaiities I dia market & Color'd fllk, flriped Nankeens | entitled to J drawback, >4 Trunks printed Calicoes, 5 do. do. 3 Bjles seine twine (Entitled t» to Cases English China ware, C drawback, in u-a setts J 6 Calks mineral black, I do. white, 10 do. colcother, 3 Calks purple brown, 3j do. nails affirted, 9 do. London porter in bottles, Eng'ifli fail canvas, No. i, » & 3, Ruflia duck, 17 Boxes white Havanna sugar, 13 Pipes old Madeira winCj Gunp iwiler, Empty wine bottles, le Guns, 6 plunders, 11 do. 9 do. 18 do. 9do with carriages, Ste. ißo,ocolbs. Ceriboti coffee, jft") quality (Entitled »o . iO,ooolbs. black pepper 10 L'igs ebocy J May 13. m&w tf <l6 vr. T'HE undermentioned Certificates of Stock of the Bank of the United States, viz. No. 3804, dated Ift July 1796, for ten shares in the name of Charles Lovcgr, ve of New- York. No. »j]n-K». i)jm, iff Jitj, 1796, fnr 6»« tivti c»cb «a owne «f B#i>i of Etroria. No. 19808 —No. 19809, dared ift January, 1800. for ten /hires each, in tha name of Henry Waddingtoii, Merchant, London. Notice is hereby given, That application is intended to be made at the laid Bank by the f.difcribsrs, for a renewal ps the fame, of which all pcrlons concerned are retyiefted to take n' tice. WADDINGTON ir HARWOOD. Philadelphia, July 30, 1800. mwfjm NOTICE. WHEREAS Mathew Irwin did on the Bth «!ay of July 1797 mike an aflignmefitol hii estate anu effeils, to us the fubferibers, for the be nefit of such of his creditors, as should on or before the aoth of SeptemJ er, 1797, execute to him a full arJ final dtl'charge— Now thole of his creditait who are entitled to a dividend under said aflign? ment. aie requeued to fun ilb their accounts o- Sanv.itl Meeker, with intc-reft calculated up to the Eth day of July, 1797 as.a flivr'.cnd will abfolutc ly be ftruik on the nttt day of April next, and those who neglctft to comply with this notice will th«re alter be excluded from the bsocfit at the fame. ' Philip Nicklin Samuel Meeker Natb'l Lewis,'bj> bts Ads. > Assignee*. Pearson Hunt Jcbn M. Taylor Philadelphia, March 14 A PERSON OF abilities, integrity and experience in mercantile business, would willingly en gage a CLERK .to a merchant or public of fice, or be concerned with any perron as pait ner, as he has an intereit of about one thoulancf _ pounds in real estate in the city. Pleal'e to ap ply to the Printer ; or a line left at the office for B Y. will be attended to immediately. dn tn&th tf TO PRINTERS. FOR SALE, OLD Long Primer, Small Pica on Pica Body, Engliih, Chafes, Conipofing Sticks, and agreat varitty of articles necefiary tocarry on the Print ing Business. They will be fold r.heap tor cafl»- .* op'* th*- Printer. To be Let, or Sold, Either. together or divided in lots, A CONVENIENT, WELL FINISHED HOUSE, And 4 acres of Land SinUATE in the Village of Atticborough ur Four Lanes end 3, Bucks county. Imme diate pofleflion will be given. Enquire of the lubfcriier on the premifps. ELIZABETH ROBERTS. N !3 Tie Time of a htalthy llout NEGRO BOY for sale—Enquire asabcve. THE UNDERSIGNED, HIS Swedilh Majcfty's Consul Genc>aU*nd au thorized to tranfa<sk the Consular Bufintfs, for his Majesty the King of V)cnmaak in the United States of America, refidmg at Philadelphia, Hereby gives public Notice, That in obedience to recent inttruilions received from his government, it is the duly of all Matters of Swethih and Danish vessels, bfrftirn their failing from any port in the said States, to call upor him or the Vice Coalul. in ortltr to be granted filth Certificates for their Cargoes, which the erigencj of the rtate of the Neutral Commerce an.i thefc veral Decrees of the Belligerent Powers, render' indifperfably ueceiTary, and, that ary Mailer of veflels belonging to the refpeilive nations, or tsa vigatir.g under the protection of their flag 9, i n ■Slitting to take such certificates, will pcrfonally stand responsible for the confequsnccs. RICHARD SODEUSTROM. ?h;b}elphia, 18th JDacemi cr, 1799- "i— s Loft, m&thtt. <\ m * t '-r