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Certificates Loil.
THE undermentioned certificates of Hock of
th» Bank of the Unite 1 States, viz
No. 978, date.'. Ift January, 179,?, for five
{hares in the name of BciirdicU, Chollut
and Bourdisu
Jlo 27366,dattd tft of January,l79B, for
five ftiares, in the name "f th# Right hoa.
lord John TowrfHend.
No tic* is hereby given,
That application is intended to be made at the
fcid Bank by the fnbfcriber, for a renewal of the
fame, of which all perfonsconcerned are requeued
to take notice.
Philadelphia, 10 mo. 28, 1830 tuthfa^m
The follnwicg certifiertes ef eight per c-nt. stock
in the l.aaie of William Bell, jr. (landing to his
credit 011 the books of the United States Loan
Office of Pennsylvania, viz
No j»3, a Ccrtificste dated 30th January, 1800,
for one thousand dollars.
No 505, a Certificate dated 30th January, lßco,
for one thousand dollars.
Notice is hereby given, that application is in
tended to be made for a renewal of the fame—of
which all peffons conctrned are requeued to take
Philadelphia, 10 mo. 18, 1800. 3taw6w
IN >he ship Kcnfiiigc «n, captain Kerr, in the year
1794, having been captured by the French on
her voyage from hence to Amfteriam.thc follow
ing certificates of stock of the Bank of the United
States, standing in the name of Benjamin Chap
JVw. 432 13"' 436 4 Shares each;
Ijß 3 do.
1115, 1:16, 1217, 1 do.
Application is made at said Bank by the fubferi
ber for a renewal of the fame, of which all per fens
concerned are dclired to take notice.
Law Books-
Imported by fmiJry Ure arrivals from London
and Dublin,
Is now arranged and ready for sale,
No. 319, Market'Jlreety
Where Catalogues will be delivered on ippli-
HE takes this opportunity of returning his sin
cere acknowl .di»njent» to the Gentlemen of
the 3ar, and their students in the United States,
for the patronage hi* design hi met with, for ef
tablifiiing a "vtore, exclusively for the sale of Law
Book*, ihe advantages which offer thcmfclvea
to the profeflion, from having such to apply ta, he
trulls are rendered oLvious l>y the consideration,
that confining his attention to the Importation ot
buoks, only in that Line, he has it in hi» power to
keep conflantly by him, a general and moll valu
able fapply of the latest and bell Edition*, an 4
from his r<ady (ales, ta dispose of them, on term*
so moderate as to preclude the necelCcy of gentle
men importing thgr own Libraries.
.Any commands he may be favoured with, from
a single volume to any number, fcall thankfully
nd promptly be attended Co.
November 16
a~hani>some edition
English Grammar,
Has this Day btftH by AsBURI
DtcKVfs, opposite Christ-Church,
[Prise One Dollar
O&ober 7.
French 'School,
lN . ac-' .» UUFIBF, profeffor of the French
- &•*&» wi " °P en on 1 U '^ 4 T> the 9th De.
cember, at Mrs. Beck's Academy, in Fifth ftiect,
oppoGtc th. jrate House gard.n, a morning school
or ynung ladies, from eleven till one e'clock (evety
other day.)
Parents or guardians are desired to make early
application, that the scholars may hive the mutual
sadvantagu of beginning at o»ce.
N. G. Uuficl, hat the honor to inform th em
that he is the auther of a course of pra&ical lec
tures and conferences on the moll eflentia! parts of
the French language, by means of which, the lear
ner is foeu initiated in the most approved praiftice
of this pohte and fefhionablc language.
An analysis of bis p an of tu'tion, and of his
work hating oeen given at length in the public
papers, they are referred to the Gazette of the
United States and the Aurora for September last.
For terms and other pirticalars apply at No J,
f,.uth Fifth (Irect, or at Mrs. Beck's on the days
and hoars of tuition aforeTaid.
December t. eod6t
The Porcupine.
I TAKE this method ofinforming the People of
the United States, lhat on the firflday of No
vember next, ! propofeto r»fume the publication
of Porcupine's Gazette, under the title of THE
-paRCUVTNE ; and to notify (in cafe any gentle
man in America ftould want it) that the price of
*ach Nunibti will be fixpencc ftcrling, and that
,he cash rnnft be received by me before the paper
can be lupplied. —As to the mode of conveyance,
folrequent are the opportunities from London to
New-York, that files may be forwarded ta the lat.
»er place once a fortnight upon in average—front
Wew-Yoik they can be fpcedily conveyed to ev
ery part of the Union. When files can be, with
»ut delay, sent to OIUII places dire A, it may be
done ; when «hey cannot, they will all be sent te
Miw-York, unless o:herwiie ordered.'
Porcupine's LVerks,
Which have breii sometime in the Pr»fs, wi)
he completed in February neit, when thjteopies
fcbfcrihed for in America will be forwarded to
the 3utu:ribcrs. ,
Any ot my literary friends in America, who
Bay be rtifpofed to renew their correspondence
with me; will pleafeto direa to me at my print,
inc office, No. 3, Southampton street, Strand, or
1 a' uiy llookl'eller's shop, No. 18, Pall Mall.
September 6, 1800.
*Ui m
The proprietors
Of tbc Pittsburgh Glass Works,
HAVING procured a fciKcUftt number of
the tnoft approved European Glal's Manu
fuflurei'd, and having 011 hand a large stock of
thebeft Materials, ®n which t'neir workmen are
Row employed, have the pleasure of afluring
the public, that window glaf» of a superior qua
lity and of any fire,'from 7 by 9, to 18 by 24
inchfs, eirefullv packed in boxes containing
too feet ea h, may be had at the (hortefl notice.
Glass of larger fizet for other purposes, may
also be has!, Yuch 11 for pifhirc9, coach glaffca,
clock faces, &c. Bottles of all kinds and of any
quantity may also be had, together with pocket
fialks, picklmgjars, apothecary's thop furniture,
or other h«llow ware—the whole at least 15 per
cent, lower than articles of the fame quality
brought frotn any of the sea ports of the United
Srate«. A liberal allowance will be made «n
falc of large quantities Orderi from merchants
ind others will be punctually attended to on ap
plication to JAMES O'HARA or ISAAC
CRAIG, or at the Store of Meflrs. PRATHER
ancISMILIE, in Maiket-Strect, Pittlburgh.
March <, tuthtf.
Tancaster stages.
THE Proprietor! of the Philadelphia and I.an
ciftcr line ef Stages DISPATCH, return their
grateful thanks to their friends and the public in
general, for the past favors they have received,and
inform them that in addition to the regular Line,
thay art provided with Carriages,fober and careful
drivers, to go through between tbc ®ity and
Borough Ik two days. TLofa who prefer this mode
of travailing can he accommodated at the Stage
Office, sign of United Stat«« Eagle, Market street,
Slough, Downing, Dunwoodj Co.
Nov. 30. 4\.—f
THE pub'ic are hereby informed, that the Bal
timore Coachee will in future start from the In
dian Queen, No. 15, Couth Forth street, every day
except Sunday, at 7 o'clock, and will arrive 3t
Peck's Tavern, Baltimore, the next day at 8 o'clock
and the Stag** to New Y«rk, will Aart every day
at 8 and i» o'clock.
N. B.—A book is kept open at Mr. Ely Chan
dler's Franklin Head, where feats may alio be ta
ken in the above line of stages,
o<Sober i §
An Invoice of
Playing Cards.
SUPERFINE Columbian, Harry the Vlllth
aud Meiry-Andrew Playing Cards, ferfale cheep
for calh—Apply at this Office,
september 13,
Prevention better than Cure.
Prevention better than Cure.
For 'be prevention and cure of Bilious and
Malignant Fevers, is rccjinmcndcd,
Anti-bilious Pills,
WHICH have been atiended with a degree
of success highly grateful to the inven
tor's feelings, in several parts of the Weft-In
dies,an I the foufhern pans of the United Sta!«>
particularly in Baltimore, I'eterlburg, Rich,
motid, Norfolk, Edenton, Wilmington,Charlel
ton, Savannah. &c. The testimony of a num
ber of pcrfons in each of the above placet can be
adduced, «4io have reason to believe that a
tiiHclv us« of th s salutary remedy, hat, under
Providence, prefcrved their lives when in the
moil alarming circumstances.
Fails of thi» conclnfive nature fprak more in
favour ot a medicine, than columns of pompous
euloiry, founded on mere aflertioat could do
It is nt indeed prcfumptuouily proposed as
an infallible cure, but the inventor has every
polfible reason, which can result from exteufive
experience for believing that a dose of these pills,
taken once every two weeks during the preva
lence of our annual bilious fevers, will prove an
infallible preventative ; and further, that in the
earlier ftaget of thole difcafes, their use wiH
very generally succeed in restoring health and
frequently i* cafe* esteemed defparate and bey
ond the power of common remedies.
The operation of these pills is perfetflly mild
and may be used with fafety by perfonain ever
&tnatft>n and ofev<iry age.
They are excellently adapted to carry ess fu
perfluousbile aadprevent itt morbid fecretioas;
to rellore and amend the appetite ; to produce
i free perspiration and thereby prevent colds
which are often of fatal conlequence. A dose
never fails to remove a cold if taken on its firft
appearance. They are celebrated for removing
habitual coftivencfs, sickness of the stomach and
severe head-achet an>! ought to be taken by all
perfotis on a change of climate.
They have been found remarkably efficacious
an prevanting and curing most disorders attend
ant on long voyages, and Ihould be procured
and carefully preserved for use by every leanub.
Genuine Eve-water,
A certain and fafe remedy for alt difetfos of ths
•yen, whethur th« ess«& of natural weakness, or of
accident, speedily removing inflammation!, de
llnxions of rheum, dullnrfs, itching, and film* ia
the eyes, never failing to cure those maladies which
frequently fucctid the small pox, nieaflos and fe
vers, and woaderlully strengthening a weak fifcht
Hundrc/s have experienced its excellent virtues
when nearly deprived of fight.
Tooth-ache Drops.
Tfc« only remedy ytt dtfeovcre4
■ii Jiaii tni latfiiif t«Kc( in lie *oft (•wmt hi
The Anodyne Elixir.
Jar the core of every kind afh«ad-»che,an4 as
paint (n the lac* and neck.
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops.
This medicine has never failed, in many thou
Sand cafe* not one in a hundred has had oceafion to
tAc more than one bottle, and" numbers not hall
j bottle. The money will be returned if the t»»e
is not performed.
No. 17, South Second Street,
And no where else, in Philadelphia.
Where alfn may be had, Dr. Hamilton's W«rm
DsfUoying Lozeiig««, his Sovereign Elixir for
coughs, kc. Reiterative Drops, Essence and Ex
trail of Mustard, Sovereign Ointment for the Itch,
Dr. Hahn's infallible German Corn Plaifter, In
dlan Vegetable Specific for the Venereal com
plaint, Gowland's and Persian Lotion, Restorative
Tooth Powder, Damask Lip Salve, Church'
Cough DrogS) dnderfon'sPilli) fcc, In
»prilj9 "" .
IVants a place as
A Wet Nurse,
a YGUG WOMAN who has loft her chili!
' —and has a trefh breast of Milk. Apply
in South Street, three doors Ealt of Sixth
December 13. fTeod
ALL persons indebted to the Estate ol Thomas
Herman LeufFer, merchart, etctaleJ, arc
requofted to make immediatepayment; and thofc
who have any demands again£t laid ellzte, are re
queued to product their accounts, properly attest
ed, forfettlemer.t,to
No. 34, north Fifth fireet.
novembar it
20 Dollars Reward.
RAN away from the frigate Contellation,
captain Murray, at Marcus Hook, a mu
latto man,, named William Williams, bui
better known by the name of JOHNSTON. —
He was lifer to the marines on board said (hip,
about 21 years of age, 5 feet, 7 or IS inchet
high, a little pock marked, full faced and free,
open countenance,,(tout made, hit hair tied in
a short queue—Had on when he went away, an
olive color'd jacket, and pantaloons, the colour
of which is not recollected. Having been ac
culioined to the lea, it it probable he hat enter
el, and failed, onboard some merchant (hip.—
Ten Dollars will be given, fjr certain informa
tion, what vefTtl he has failed on board of, or
the above reward and readable expences, for
fecuringhim, in any part of the United States,
and giving immediate information theieof, to
Richard Cu&san, Esquire, of Vaitimore,
James S*ton, Efqr. of New-York, or the
fubferibert in Philadelphia,
Thomas & Peter Mackie,
No. tl?, south Fron" ftrcet.
December 8 eodiot.
20 Dollars Reward.
DESERTED laftevming, JOSEPH parkin
S9N, private in the marine corps of the
United States, he was born in Ireland, it about 17
yeare old, 5 feet 6 roJ a half inches high, dark
eyet, black hair, and fallow complexion. Also,
JEREMI lH CL.ARK3ON, born in England,
town of sitockport, is 39 years of age, j feet 7
incb«* high, grey eyes, light brown hair, florid
complexion and by trade a Hatter ; from the ap
pearance of hit (ace the mod evident marks of at
tachment to drii'kmay be traced, they have both
fervedin the Western Army, and now deserted in
full uniform. The above amou it will be paid
with charges to apprehend them ; or Ten Dollar
for either by applying to
Captain Commanding.
Philadelphia, Marine Barracks, Nov. 8.
For the winter season, on Monday, Oftober
6th, Walnut, between Fourth and
MRS. GROOMBKIDOE refpeafully ac
knowledges the liberal encouragement
(he hat rxperitiiced, for more than t'cvtn yeiri
in Philadelphia, and, as the raoft exprefiive proof
of gratitude, will be a continuance of the unre
mitting attention, already paid to her pupils ;
flatters herfelf, it will be the best recommenda
tion to future patronage.
T>>e following branches (or any of them sep
arately) may be engaged for, as most agreeable,
the Eng!ilh, French, and Italian languages
gtammatically ; writing, arithmetic, geogra
phy, use of the globes, hiftoty, music, vocal
and inftrumenial, drawing and dancing.
Plain work, marking, embroiaery and tam
bour in gold; (liver or colour*, fillagree, artifi
cial fljwers, fancy baflceti, netting, hair, print
doth, and muslin work of every kind.
AO. 12. daw awtv
Gifford's Epistle to Peter Pindar,
(Price 37 «-» Cents)
a»d or
Dutton's Poem on the present state of
(Price r» 1 i Cents)
Have just been received by
A. DICKENs, opposite Ch.-ift Church,
nnvrmber 7. dtf
Modern Europe.
'I">HE Second Volume of MODERN EUROPE
1. is now delivering to Subscribers. and may b.
lwd of
W. Y. Birch,
o. 17, S:rn:i Sesoai Street
Oȣlober If.
BB it remtmhered that on the 14th day of Oc
tober, in the twenty fifth year of the Inde
pendence of the United States of America, Charles
W. Qo'.Jlburough of the fa id Diflrift, hath depo
sited in this office, the title of a book, the right
whereof he clai«i», at author, is the word# fol
lowing, to wit.
An original and corrcS lift of the
United States Navy,
Containing* lift of Ihipsin commilfion, and their
refpeftive force.
A li • of officers, and their rank, as well itiofe be
longing to the Navy, as the Marine Corps,
And a Digejl
Of the principal Laws relating ta the Navy,
&c See. &c. s.
By Charles Goldsborougb.
In conformity tf> »he a3; of Coogrefj of the
United Starts, intituled " An a<ft for the encour
agement of learning, by securing the copies of
maps, chart* and bonks, to the authors and pro
prietors of such copies, daring the times therein
Clerk of the Diftri& of Marycd.
■ovember ix UACI4W
To Printers.
WANTED—in Exobangt,
A FOUNT of Long Primer, wefchmg 6
or 700 lb. or upwards, and a Faun* of
Brevier, weighing 400 lb». or
September a*
WaJLington, September iji, 1800.
Public Notice is hereby Given,
In purfumc; of an aS of Congress, pajld on
the 23 d day of Af-ril, one thousand eight
hundred, en titled " An aS to tftallijh a
General Stamp-OJfice,''
THAT a General Stamp-Office is now
eflablWhed at the feat of government, iu trie
city of Waihington, from whence there will
issue, from and after the date hereof, (upon
the application of the Supervisors <nf the
Revenue, under wbofe management the
collc&ion of the (lamp duties is placed) any
quantities of paper, parchment and vellum,
marked or (lamped, arid duly counter-damp
ed, with the following rates of duty which
are demandable by law :
For every Ikij or piece of vellum or parchoicut,or
(heet or piece of paper, upon which (hall be
written or printed any or either of the inftru
mentt or writings following, to wit,
ADM. C. M.
NY certificate of naturalization 5
Any licence to prafliee, or certificate
of the admiflion, enrollment or re
gistry of any counsellor, Solicitor
Advocate attorney, or pro&or, in
any court of the United States 10
Provided, that 1 certificate in any
one of the courts tof he United States,
for any • one of the said offices, (hall
so far as relate! to the payment of the
duty aforefaid, be a fufficient adraif
fion m all the courts of the United
States, for each and every_of the said
Any grant or letters patent,under the
teal or authority of the United
States (ewcept for lands granted
for military services) 4
Any exemplification or certified copy
of any such grant or letters patent
(except for lands granted for mili
tary fer vices) »
Any charter- party, bottcmry or re
fpoadentia bond 1
Any receipt or discharge for or on ac
count of any legacy left by any
will or other teftimentary instru
ment, or for any (hare or part of
a psrfonal estate, divided by force
of any statute of diftriliutions other
than to »he wife, children or grand
children of the person diseased, the
amount whereof (hall be above the
value r.f fifty dollars, and (hall not
exceed the value of one hundred
When the amount thereof (hall ex
ceed the value of one hundred dol
lars, and (hall not exceed five hun
dred dullars jo
And for every further Com of five
hundred dollars, tke additional
sum of 1
A?.y policy of insurance or inftru
t.tent in nature thereof, when the
sum for whkh insurance is made
lhall not exceed five hundred dol
lars 3S
When the sum inljired (hall exceed
five hundred dollars I
Any exemplification of what nature
focver, that ihali pal's the Teal of
-any cuurt, other thin fucii as it
may be the duty of the clerk of
such court tofurnifb for the use of
the United Statos, or some parti
cular state 50
Asy bond, hill fwgle er penal, inland
bill of exchange, promifi'ory
note or other note (other lhan any
recognizance, bill, b«>nd or other
obligation or contratf, made to or
with the United States, or any
state, or for their use refpc&ively ;
and any bonds required in any cafe
by the laws of the United States,
or of any Hate, upon legal process,
or in any judicial proceeding, or
for the faithful performance of any
truftor duty)
If above twenty dollars and not
exceeding one hundred dollars 10
If above one hundred and not ex
ceeding five h«ndred dollars 15
If above fiv« hundred and not ex
ceeding one thoufind dollars 50
And it'xboveone thcufand dollars 75
Provided, that if any bonds or
notes shall be payable at or within
sixty days, such bonds or notes (hall
be fubjeft to ciriy two filth pacts-os
the duty aforefaid, viz.
If above twenty and not exceeding
out hundred dollars 4
If above one hundred dollars and not
exceeding five hundred dollars 10
If above five hundred dollars and
not exceeding one thousand dolls. ao
If above one thousand dollars 30
Any foreign bill of exchange, draft
or order for the payment of money
in any foreign country ao
The said duty being charge
able upon eich and every bill of ex.
change, without refpedl to the num
ber contained in each let-
Any note or bill of lading or writing
or Receipt in nature thereof, for
godtts or merchandize to be ex
ported ;
If from one diftriiS to another dif
wid of the United States,net being
in the fame state 4
If from the United States to any fo
reign port or place 10
The said duty being chargeable
upon «ach and every bill of lading
without r .fpcul to the number con
tained to each set.
Any notes ifTued by the banks now
eftiblifhed or that may be hereafter
eftablilhed within the Uuited
States, «ther than the notes of
such of the said banks as (hall a
gree to an annual ctxnpofition of
one per centum on the annual di
vidends made by such banks, ta
their ftockh' Ider9 refpeilively, ac
cording to the following scale :
On all notes not exceeding fifty dol
lars, for each dollar
On all notes above fifty dollars and
not exceeding one hundred dollars 50
0» all notes above one hundred dol-
lar* Mid not exceeding fivekuodred
Ob all iMMtbtri lv« kMdrc4 dal
DM. C. M,
Any prottll or otter notariaj aft
Any tetter of attorney, except for
ari invalid penlion, or to obtain or
fell warrants for land granted by
the United State* as bounty for
military ferviees performed in the
late wir
Any inventory or catalogue of any fur
niture,g<*dds or effc&s, made in any
cafe required by law (except in cases
of go'sds and chattels diflrjioed for
rent ®r ta*;e«, and goods taken in vir- r
tue of any legal procela by any officer 5®
Any certificate# of a share in any insu
rance company, of a fhar« in the bank
of the United Statts, or of any date
or'other bank ;
If above twenty dollars aod not exceed
ing one hundred dollars 1(J
If above one hundred dollars
If under twenty dollars, at the rare of
ten cents for one hundred dollars;
That t-he power of the supervisors of tfce
Revenue to mark or ftanap any vellum,'
parchment or paper chargeable wi-tb duty,
wil| cease and determine from and after fix
1 months from the date hereof, to wit, on the
I last day of February 1801.
That, if any persons (hall, after the last
dr;y of February 1801, have in their cullody
or possession, any vellum, parchment o-r pa
per, marked or ftajnped by the fupc-rvifors of
the Revenue, upon which any matter or
thing, charged with duty, (hall not lave
been written or printed, they may at any
time within the space of sixty days after
the said last day of February 1801, bring
or fend such vellum, parchment and paper,
«nto fotne office of infpeftion, and in litu
thereof, receive a like quantity or value of
vellum, parchment and paper, duly (lamped
in purluance of the aft hereinbefore recited.
And .'1 cafe any perfoH fir,ill negleft or re
tuie, within the time aforefaid, to bring or
cause to be brought unto some officer of in-
Ipedion, any («h:li vellum, parchment or pa
per, it is hereby declared, that the fame will
thereafter be ot no other effeft oc use, than
if it had sever bee*i marked or (lamped, and
that all matters and things, which may af
ter that time be written er printed upon any
veilul, parchment or paper, authorized to be
exchanged in manner aforefaid, will Be of no
other effeft, than if they had been written
or printed on paper, parchment or vellum,,
not marked or (tamped.
And for tie convenience of tliofe porfons
who may be inclined to have their own vel
lum, parchment and pn.per stamped or mark
ed, it is hereby peel a red, that when any per
lon shall deposit any vellum, parchment or
paper at the office of a fupervifor,accompa
nied with a lift, fpecifving the number and
of the stamps or marks, which
are desired to be thereto affixed, the fame'
will be transmitted to the General Stpam-
Office, and there properly marked or stamped,
and forthwith sent back to tlm fame fuper
vilor, who will thereupon colleA the duties
and deliver the paper, parchment or vellum,
to the order of the person from whom the
lame was received.
Given under my Hand, and the St-al
(L. S.) of Treai'ury, at Waftiing
ton, the d*y and year above men
Secretary of the J real'ury#
feptember 29.
For Sale, or to Let,
In Cbesnut Street,
Near the comer of Eleventh street, at present is
th« tenure of Mr. A. M'Call—Poffeffion may be
had the first of November next, or sooner if re
quired Apply to
Edward Shoemaker.
aept#mher 3 £
Tiie following Real Estate ; the property 0 T
Anthony Francis tlaldimand, Esquire,
of Lend»n,
582 and an half
&cres Patented Land
SITUATE on Vinoyard Greek, iu thetownfhip
and county of Huntingdon, in the ftat« of
Pennfyivam i, on a public road about 5 milei from
the town of Huntingdon, which is Gtuated on a
Grift Mill and Saw Mill—ftveral Log dwelling
Houses—one of which is occupied as a Tavern
with a Diftillcry (applied by a poweriul spring o,
excellent water—a coufidcrable quantity of Timol
thy Meadow fit for the scythe, and several acres
of arable Land already cleared—This tra& will
due proportion of meadow and arable land in each.
At present in tenure of Adam Hall, Esq. John.
Hicks, and others.
187 and an half acres on Trough Creek, ip
Union townftiip, a flonrifhing fettlemmt, firft rate
land, with a small improvement.
173 and 3 quarters acres adjoining the abotfe
and the fame quality—as those lad mentioned
trails are adjoining surveys they would make one
valuable farm.
In Bedford county,
374 acres Striate on Dunniugs Creak, frft rate
land, on a public road to Bedford.
364 and 1 quarters acres adjoining the abov« t
and of Che fame quality.
388 acres called the Springs, fame quality as
198 and 3 quarters acres on half way run, a
good improvement ahd now in tenure of Jacob
Terms of fala, as follows, viz—One fourth part
of the conflderation money mud he paid in hand,
and the rcfi.'ue divided into four or five annual in
stalments, as may suit the purchafcrs—to be feos
red by mortgage.
Apply to John Cadwallader, Efq.Counfellor at
Law, i» the town of Huntingdon, or to the fub
fcribersin the city sf Philadelphia.
Willings fc? Francis.
OSober r4
At tie Offiec of the Gazette of the UnitH

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