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Landing from the ship
Sims, Commander, from Canton,
Souchong, ift & 2nd quality,
Caper lWuchong,
Hyfon-lkin, IrFAS
Tonkay, ? TEAS '
Young hyson,
Hyson, ift & id <yiality,
Yellow fc white nankeens ")
Lutcftrings, b'ack &tolor'd ( In Boxes
Sinlhaws do. f allotted,
Sattim do. J
Lutestrings, maz. blue <& dark green } »
Sinlhaws do > , "
Persian taflVtas, dark preen }
They have also on band for sale, received bv
tbe late arrivals from Europe,
1 Infmallpsck*
Striped and cheeked ginghams i agss a(T>rted,
White figiiixd & cclor'd Muf- | calculated for
linetts Wefl-ln-
White corded dimities I dia market &
Color'd Glk, striped Nankeens | entitled to
J drawback,
14 Trunks printed Calicoes,
5 do. do.
3 Bales Peine twine (Entitled to
10 Cafos China were,
in tea setts J
6 Casks mineral black,
I do. white,
jo do. colcother,
3 Calks purple brown,
35 do. nails aflbrted,
<; do. Lond'iw porter in bottles,
English fail canvas, No. I, i & 3,
Ruflia duck,
47 Boxes white Haranna sugar,
13 Pipes old Madeira wine,
Empty wine bottles,
so Guns, 6 plunders,
11 do. 9 do.
18 do. 9 do. with carriages, Slc,
»Bo,ocolbs. Ceribon coffee, ift}
quality (Entitled t<
jo,ooolbs. black pepper
10 Logs ebony J
May 13.
Just Received,
By the late arrivalt here, and at Ne-ju-Tork,
Lorain & Son,
No. 5, North "third Street.
An alegant assortment of Chintzes and Calicoes,
Englilh Satins, Preatongs, Modes, Sarfnets, and
Lutestrings ; Dimities, Bobbins, Coatings, Flan-
Dels, Bockmg Baozies, Broad-Cloths, Swan down-,
Double-miU'd Drabs; — Worded Yarn and Cotton
Hoiiery ; Plain Forest Cloths
Also on Hand,
Low-priced and fine India muslins, Iri£h and
quadruple linnns, German Dowlas, ribbons India
fatins.liitftrings, and fonlhanws, mill'J yarn jrloves,
ivory and horn combs, fadlcry, and a variety «f
Ironmongery, and seasonable
To be Sold, or Bartered,
For DRY GOODS, a Handsome Three
With Piazza and Kitchen adjoining, fitaate in
Vine near Fourth Screet, built in modern style
with excellent materials, an J well calculated to ac.
commudarc a large family.
Sept. 2a.
' No. 3g, North Front Strrrt,
Ironmongery) Sadlery, Cutlery, Braf3 and
Japan'd Wares,
fid Sd lod ltd and aod flat point nails,
German Steel,
Hats aflorted in cafet,
Pistols, guns and flints, &c. Ac-
September ii
Saulnier & Wilson,
No. 63, North fide Market-tlreet,
HAVE a general assortment of bed London
fuperfine Broad Cloths and Caffimeres, (of
the new elk sash ion) (ilk stripe and second quality
Cloths, filhionabl# waiftcoating, silk stripe and
twill'd Nankeens, Jean, Fustian, Gingham, Dimi
ty, Thickset, fancy Coid, Vulvets, Scarlet, yellow
and white Flannels, Flanders, Irifti and brown
Linens', Dowlas, me&s* and womens* rilk and
cotton Hoficry, coat and vest pearl, (leel, gilt and
plated Buttons, different colours Silk Velvets, tam
boured and Cambric Mullins, Calicoes, Caliman
coes, Shiwls, Pocket HandVxrchiefs, Gloves
Checks. &c. &c.
N. B. Taylors' best quality Trimmings all
which they will fell very low.
July 18 dtf
For completing St. Augustine's
The or lafl Class.
THE few remaining Tickets in the above
Lottery, which may draw the handsome
prizes of 7Vr» th.uftind dollars! Four thoufarid
L dollars! Thrc tbouj.and dollars ! &c. &c. may
\ be had if called for soon, for the small sura of
v Nine DJlars each. Should any remain rn
Jihand on i\\ejirjl of Oflober, they will be raised
to Nine and an half Dollars.
Apply to
GEORGE TAYLOR, Jr. N0.39? Cbesnut
M. M'CONNELL, No. 143 $ street.
feptember 16 dtt
Ho I to 8,
Ebenezer Large,
200 boxes fliort pipes
faitable fer the Spanifit Market,
fmo. 13th, 1890 ?w
Hon. James Wilson, Esq. Li L. .D
Late one of the Associate Jvsticts of the
Supreme Court of the United States and
Projessor at law in the College end
Academy of Philadelphia.
From the original manuscript, in the ptfieffion of
L'H &■ C».
These works shall be elegant y printed in two
volumes oilavo, and fubfcribsra at
five dollars.
They ftiall be put to press as foen as the fubfcrip
tious will jufiify the expence of publication,
Subscriptions will be received by
The publisher, opposite Christ-Church, Phila
delphia ; and by the principal bookfclkrs through
out States.
%* A Prolpev'ilus of the werk may be feeu at
the place of subscription.
I "HE undermentioned Certificates of Stock
of the Bank of the United States, viz.
No. 3804, dated 1(t July 1736, tor ten (harr*
in the r.ailie of Charles Lovegrove of New
No. *5311 —No. 2531 a, dated ift July,
179*, for five (hires each in the name ot
Sarah tVedgewood of Etruria.
No. i- y Bo8 —No. 19809, dated ift Januarj,
»800, for ten (hares each, in tha name us Henry
Waddingtou, Merchant, London.
Notice is hereby given,
That application is intended to lie made at
the said Bank by the fubfcribsrs, for a renewal
of the fame, of which all person» concerned
are requeued to take notice.
Philadelphia, July 30, 1800- mwf
Of the Bank of the United States,
NO. »59i» to 15963 inclusive, in the name 01
Thomas Mullett of London, wsre forward
ed about the Ift of May 1797, from New York,
by thf (hip Oneida (or London, which was cap
turcd by the French, and said Certificates loft < r
dettroyed ; therefore application is made at the
said Bank for the renewal of the fame Oi which
all persons concerned are deGred to take notice.
Clement Biddle.
Philad •• September j, 1800 d3m
m&w tf
FOR SALE, Cheip—Enquire of the Printer
September I mwfiw
A PERSON fome capital, aconfi
denble (hire of industry, and desirous o(
engaging as a partner in a lucrative business,
may hear of a fituatioß. All proposals on this
fnlije.fl to be in writing, sealed and direiled t'
W. R. J. New York, and left with the printer
of the Gazette of the United States, will be ai
tended to.
A Printer would find it to Bit advantage
Jonej* Jtf
OF abilities, integrity and experience in
mercantile business, would willingly en
gage a» CLERK to a merchant or publis of
£:e, or be concerned with any person as pait
r.er, as he has an interest of about one thouland
pounds in real ellate in the city. Please to ap
ply to the Printer ; or a line left at the offic<
for B. Y. will be attended to immediately.
Mivio dlt m&th tf
ACERTIFICATP, No. M5»9- da'ed Jan
uary 1797, in favour of Robert l.indfay.of
Charleften South-Carolina, for one fbtic of th
ftock of the Bank of th* United Statea is loft—
a duplicate of which will be applied for ac the said
August 7. m&tjni
A Young Man,
PERFECTLY verted in Mercantile accounts,
and brought up in one of the firll cownting
haufes in this «ity, wilhes employment as Clerk
He it at present absent from Phila le'phia, but a
line left at the Office of the Gazette of the Uni
ted States he will receive, and it (hall be imme
diately attended to. Salary a secondary objeiSt—
Employment his mstive.
august »t dtf
For Sale, or to Let,
In Cbcsnut Street,
Near the corner of Eleventh street, at present in
th« tenure of Mr. A. M'Call—PolTcflion may 00
had the first of November next, or fooncr if re
quired Apply to
Edward Shoemaker.
September 3 $
THE Proprietors of the Philadelphia and Lan
csftcr line «f Stages DISPATCH, return their
grateful thanks to thoir friends and the public m
general i for* the past favors they have received, and
inform them that in addition to the regalar Line,
thsy are provided with Carriages,fober and careful
drivers, to go through between the City and
Borough in two days. Those who prefer this mode
of traveling can be accommodated at the Stage
Office, figu of United Statu Eagle, Market street,
Slougby Dimming, DunWoodj if Co.
30. it—
To Gentlemen Farmers.
DECLINING farming, will fiffer at public
sale on his Plantation, oppofitG Newbold's
Ma'd on the Delaware, within two miles of
Mordentown, state of New-Jrrfey, 011 Saturday.
13th September next at » o'clock, his flock of
Horses, Cattle (mostly fat) an 1 about eighty
Sheep, f lurueen of which are Rjtms. The prin
cipal part of both Ewes and Ram? are an excel
lent breed His plantation he will hold for sale
till next spring, when jf not fold it will be
rented. Terms of fa'e made known at the
Aag'ift js.
The Works
Bird Wilson, Esq.
ty Twelve Shares
A good sec.-nd hand
Riding Chair,
and an excellent family
A Valuable and singularly eligible
CONSISTING of two handsome dwelling
houses, with excellent (tabling for seven horses,
double coach-house mod completely fitted up; a
beautiful large and valuable garde-n richly filled
with-choice fruit, surrounded with high board
fence, almost new. The premises are beautifully
fituatC'd near the middle of Oermantown, sur
rounded rich profps6t9 of the adjacent
country ; an orchard of about two acres, with a
handsome lawn at the back of the house.
One house has been recently built on ar. appro
ved plan; the other has been completely repaired,
painted ami papered, and contain ten rooms with
an elegant drawing-room, fifteen feet by thirtj -
The acvr house is'well calculated for a store in
either the dry or we-t good line.
The air and water are unrivalled, and there are
some mod excellent schools in the neighborhood.
For enquire of the Printer, or of
omthe premises.
May 9. dtf
'yHh ov,■ i:" ii ol unimproved la-n.!» in Wayne
* county, aie f'rchy notified, that Taxes arc
become payable thereon for thi years fyy ami
l8o">. -Thole who have not already paid thdir
is.:-, re lierel>y required to discharge the fair.e
:o JOHN BRINK, Esquire, Treasurer *1 laid
bounty at Millord, within three monthi from
his date . orherwife proceedings to sale, according
o the ait ol ffcmbly in I'uch cafe provided, will
• had by the Compnilfioners fpr the fsid county.
siia Stenton, ~l
John Carton, > Commiftioners
rftbannes Van Etten, J
E. Kellogg, Clk.
fuly 9,1800 d Jot
Houses to Let:
ONE large convenient three-story Brick
Dwelling-Hottfe, with four rooms o« a
floor, and two Kitchens ; there is a pump
of water, and a rain water cistern in the
yard ; situate on the eafl fide of Fourth-
Street, one door above Race-Street, lately
occupied by Solomon Moroche.
A conveni?ut Three Story
Next door, lint one, north of the above,
No. 57. —It bus a Pump and Cistern in
the yard, Etc. For terms apply at No. 116
August 4. Sen. 16 m&wtf
Prevention better than Cure.
For tbe prevention and cure of Bilious and
Malignant Fevers, is recommended,
Dr. HAHN's
Anti-bilious Pills,
WHICH have been at'eoded with a degree
ef success. highly grateful to the inven
tor's feelings, in fever il parts of the Weft-In
dies,and the fovthtm pari# of .the United State,-
particularly in Baltimore, Pcterfburg, Rich,
mond, Norfolk, Edenton, Wilmingtnn,Charlcf
ton, Savannah, kc. Th#teftimony o) a num
ber of persons in each of the above plates can be
adduced, who have reason to believi! that »
timely us* of th 8 salutary remedy, had, under
Provideare, prelerved their lives when in the
most alarming circumstances.
Fa.fle of thi conclusive nature speak more in
favour of a medicine, than columns of pompous
eulogy, founded on mere aflVrtion, could do-
It '8 nut indeed prelumptuoufly proposed as
an iofallible core, but the inventor has every
poflible reason, which can result from extesfive
experience for believing that a dose of these pills,
taken once every two weeks during the preva
lenrcof our annual bilious fevers, will prove an
infallible preventative ; and further, that in the
earlier stages of those diseases, their use will
very generally focceed in restoring health and
frequently in cases efte.emed desperate and bey
ond the power of common remedies.
The operation of these pills is perfeitly mild
and maybeufed with lalety by perfoasin every
situation and of every age.
They are excellently adapted to carry off fu
perfluous bileandprevent its morbid feeretione ;
to restore and amend ihe appetite ; to produce
a free perspiration and thereby prevent colds
which are often of fatal conleqnence. A dose
never fails to remove a cold if taken on its ftrft
appearance. They are celebrated for removing
| habitual coflivenefs, sickness of the ftemach and
severe head-ache, and ought to be taken by all
perfous on a change of climate.
They have been found remarkably efficacious
in preventing and curing moll disorders attend
ant on long voyages, and should be procured
and carefully preserved for use by every feamaii.
Genuine Eve-water.
A certain and fafe remedy for all difeafasof the
eye#, whether the effuS of natural weaknefi, or of
accident, speedily removing inflammations, de
fluxions of rheum, dullnefa, itching, and films in
the eyes, never failing to cure thofc maladies which
frequently iucceed the smalt pox, mealies and fe
vers, and wonder ully (lengthening a weakfighr.
Hundreds have experienced its excellent virtues
when nearly deprived of fighti
Tooth-ache Drops.
The only remedy yet discovered whichgivesim
mediite and lifting relief in the most fevcre in
The Anodyne Elixir.
For the cure of every kind of head-ache, and of
pains in th« face and neck.
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops.
This medicine has never faiUd, in many thou
far.d cases not one in a hundred has had occasion to
take more than one bottle, and numbers not halt
a bottle. The money will be returned if the cure
is not performed.
No. 17, South Secsnd Street,
And no where else, in Philadelphia.
Where also may be had, Dr. Hamilton's Worm
Dsftsoying Lozenges, his Sovereign Elixir for
coughs, &c. Reiterative Drops, Essence and Ex
tra£t of Mustard, Sovereign Ointment for the Itch,
Dr. Hahn's infallible German Corn Plaifter, In
dian Vegetable Specific for the Venereal com
plaint, Gowland's and Pcrfian Lotion, Restorative
Tooth Powder, Damask Lip Salve, Church's
Csugh Drops, Aadcrfoa's Pills, Bcc. &c.
dpril 19 81 61
Trade interdicted with Baltimore,as
well as Norfolk.
Blb mo. 2 ii/, i 800.
WHEREAS the Board of Health
have received information that
a contagious disease, dangerous to the
community, now exists in NORFOLK,
(Virginia,) and alio the CITY OF BAL
TIMORE, being, as is represented to
us, Equally sickly.
Whereupon Resolved, with the as
sent and approbation of the Mayor, that
all veflels from thence, bound to the
Port of Philadelphia, bring too at the
Lazaretto, to receive a vilit from the
Resident Physician, and there wait the
determination of the Board.
And further, that no person (or goods
capable of retaining infection) from
permitted to come to the City or Coun
ty of Philadelphia, until they produce a
fatisfactory certificate of their being at
least 15 days in a healthy state, from
thence, under the PENALTY OF FIVE
HUNDRED DOLLARS, agreeable to
the 7th fe£lion of the Health Law, half
of which will be paid to the informer
on conviction. All proprietors of Sta
ges, both by land and water, are delired
to govern themselves accordingly.
By order of the Board,
Peter KeySer, Secretary.
CCS" The Printers generally are request
ed to give this a place in tkeir papers as
often as convenient.
Board of Health
PiiUdclphia, qtb mo. 4tb, ißco.
WHEREAS the Board of Health, have
received information from feVeial refptr&a
ble sources, that a contagious disease, dan
gerous to the community, now exists in Pro
vidence, Rbode-Island.
Whereupon resolved, with the consent and
approbation of the Mayor, he now be
ing present, freely exprefled that all veffcls
from the State of Rbode-Island, bound to
the Port of Philadelphia, bring to at th-
Lazaretto, to rrceive a visit from the Resi
dent Phylician, and there wait the determi
nation of t,he Boa id. '
And further, that no person (or goods
capable of retaining infedlion) from the
State of Rbsds-Island, fliall be permitted to
come to the city or county of Philadelphia,
until they produce a fatisfattory certificate
of their being at least 15 days in a healthy
state from thenre, under the penalty of Five
Hundred Dollars, agreeably to the 7th Sec
tion of the Health Law, half of which will
be paid to the informer on convidlion.—
All proprietors of stages, both by land and
water, are desired to govern themselves ac
By order of the Board,
Neatly executed at the Office of tbe
Gazette of the United States.
Cards—Blanks of all kiuctf,
&c. &c.
Will be printed at the
Shortest Notice.
aupuft 2^
Ibis Day Published,
By J. Ohmrod, No. 41, Chefnut Street,
(Price 15 Cents)
Death of General Wajhington.
In imitation of th* manner of OfTian.
By Rev. John B.Linn, A.M.
Minister of the First Preibyterian Congregation
fgf Mr. Chwidron's Oration will be pub lilted
on Monday morning.
March is. d-:
Modern Europe.
Tne public are refpe&fully informed that tbe
First Volume of the above Work is printed and
will be immediatly delivered to the subscribers.
Those Gentlemen who have exprefied a u iih
to fee the manner in which it is executed before
they become subscribers, are requested to call at
W. Y. BIRCH's No. 17, foutfa Second-street.
It is prefumad that on comparison it will be
found fupcrior to the London copy.
A up. 11 •
A Runaway.
ON Saturday the 13d Augud, ran away from
the fubferiber, living in Harrifburgh, an
apprentice to the printing business, named Benja
min Morrifon, a lad of about 16 year<_ of age,
small of stature and very aihve, fliort hair and of
a smiling countenance—Had on and took with
him a oalico coatee, a pair of trowfers «f nearly
the fame, a pair of common nankeen ditto, and a
homespun lye coloured Oriped ditto, and a fbort
jeeket of the fame, with a new hat—All perf ns
are forbid harbouring said apprentice at their
peril. Reasonable charges will b« paid for fc-cu
ring the boy, so that his master may get him
Harrifburgh, Sept. I
August 4.ti>, ißco,
THE commanding Officers of corps, de
tach ments.pofts, garrisons, and recruiting
parties, belongingjo the military establishment
of the United States, are to report to, and
recei/e orders from Brigadier-General Wil-.
kiiif.-.n, in the City of Walhingtan, and all
officers on furlough are to report themfelyes to
the fame officer with all possible dispatch.
Secretary of War.
0" All Printers withm the United States
who have published invitations for contradlsof
the 13th oi" March last are requested to insert
the above in their refpeilive papers, once a
week for tw» moDtlis.
District of Pennsylvania to wit:
BE it remembered thit on tie Tenth day of
July in the twenty fifth year of the Indepen
dence oi the United States of America, Alexan
der Addifoß of the f»id Diftriifl hath deposited
in this office the title of a book the right where
of he claims as Author in the words
to wit, " Reports of cases in tfce County courts
of the Fifth Circuit and in the High Court of
Errors and appeals of the State of Pennfylvaniaj
and charges to Grand Juries of those County-
Courts. By Alexander Addifon, President of
the Courts of Common Pleas of the Fifth Cir
cuit of the State ef Pennsylvania."
In conformity to the aft ol Congrefsof the Uni
ted States intitled " An ad for the encouragement
of learning by securing the copies of maps charts
and books to the Authors and Proprietors of fuchi
copies .during the times therein mentioned."
Cl.ri Oflritl 4 PmMymit.' . .
The book is now puUidied. It will Seda«
livered to'fubfcribcrs by Mr< DsUoa Bmkfillrr'
J"!y »'.< ' ■ I -•<
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN-AWAY from Gen, Ridgely of Balti
more, on the 10 th inft. a light coloured
negro raan, who calls himftlf WILLIAM
Mc. DONALD ; He is about 24 years of age,
about 5 feet 8 inche» high, neat in his dress, and
has a good fait of hiir. Hid on, w-hea he
went away, a good beaver hat, a Ihort light
green cloth coat, edged with yellow, and yel
low gilt buttons —a light buff calfimer, doable
breasted waistcoat, a pair of dark olive colour
ed thickfett pantaloons—a white linen ftiirr,
white ribhed cotton (lockings, and a good pair
of (hoes wit'i firings. He took with him x
dark blue coat, a pair of olive caflimtr panta
loons, and a light corduroy pair of breeches ;
also a gold or pinchbeck watch, with a steel
chain. He is fond of fpiritous liqiwrs, is inso
lent, has a Ulipid look, and chews tobacco.—
He was bred in Charles county, Maryland, and
purchased of col. John Thomas by gen. Ridge
ley. Whoever apprehend* said negro, and fe
ciires him in any jail to that the owner miy
gut him again, (hall receive the above reward,
with reafonible charges if brought home, or de
livered to Jolhu» D. Bond, Philadelphia,
may • rttf
Reserved Trafts,
ON Wednesday the ill day of Ofiober tie*t»
books -arill be open in the Office of the sub
scriber. refilling in Franklin, for the sale of the
Relented I rails, laid out by virtue of an ail of
Alfembly passed the nth <iay of April, 1799. —
One fifth part of the purchase money, to he pud
at the time ef sale, one fifth part within twelve
months from the day of sale, oui fifth part within
two years from said day, and the remaining two
fifth parts at cr before the expiration 01 threa
year? alter such sale. No contra<ft to '<e confirm
ed for fifteen days after the fan) books lhall be o
pened, and the highefl yrict • fTcred within that
time will be accepted. All payments made will
be forfeited unless the purcSafer within three years
from the day of sale makes an ailu-1 settlement
on the trail purchased, by clearing, fencing, and
cultivating at lead two acres for every fifty con
tained in the survey, and ereil thereon a mes
suage for the habitation of man, and refidc there
on itr the space of five years next following the
firfl fettlementol the fame. No patents co issue,
unless fatisfadtory proof fliall be mad: of such
ailual settlement, rsfidenee, and improvement.
Frarklin, July aS, 1800.
august 8,
HAVING opened a Store at No. 19, Dock
street, for the tranfadling all maimer of busi
ness in the Mercantile line, en commission, 1 -
Hcits the (imployir.cr.t of his friends and others,
in this way, as their Failor, alluring them that
their orders (hall be carefully attended to and
executed in the best manner in his power.
Bn. F. WEST.
5 v w
frp'ember tf
On Fifth Day the 9th ot October, on the
premises, The
Mary-&nn Forge
And Plantation :
SITUATE part in Brandywine townfliip, and
part in Werckland, about 30 miles from Phi
ladelphia,and one and anhal! mile from the Turn
pike road, and Downirg's town ; containing
about 330 acres, with allowance of 6 acres per
ico ; two thirds of th# land is good wetland,
fomc excellent meadow made, and much more
can be made of the firft quality; the forge ii
turned by the main branch of Brandywine Creek,
a forcible Stream, the forge has three fires and
two hammers all in good repair. The (sam being
found and well backed, and apparantly able to
refill any frefh (not fupernator.il) Likewise there
is asother lively flream and current of water, that
empties into the said dam, that might be very con
venient for a Grift Mill, or other kind of water
works, might be with facility creiled; there is a
good tw«-(lory stone dwellinghoufe for the ac
commodation of the proprietor of the works, with
an excellent spring and good houfcover it;'con
tiguous to the door also convenient Rone stabling,
with an entry through the middle fufficicnt t»
accommodate three toams, besides haakney hories;
contiguous to the forge stands a good atone office,
a number of convenient houses for the work
man is ereSed amply adequate for th*? said works.
If not then fold it will be rented for a term of
years Terms and conditions made known by
applying to
WILLIAM EVANS, in Willistown,
or JOHN MARSHALL, in Thorn
bury Township.
N. B. The Sale to commence at x o'clock oa
laid day.
Aug. .< fsaw6w
A Printing Press.
Apply at the Office of the Gazette of
the United States.
July 19.

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