The Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser
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Title: The Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser
Uniform Title: Philadelphia gazette & daily advertiser (Philadelphia, Pa. 1800)
Alternate title: Philadelphia gazette and daily advertiser
Philadelphia gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-54 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Brown, Andrew, 1774-1847
Relf, Samuel, 1776-1823
Publisher: Brown & Relf
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: March 17, 1802
Publication Date: 1800-1802
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp. as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 3627 (June 18, 1800)-v. 19, no. 4394 (Dec. 31, 1802).
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10388504
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Preceded by: Philadelphia gazette and universal daily advertiser (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1794)
Succeeded by: Relf's Philadelphia gazette and daily advertiser

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- DV S.'Xe e!'i"L RV !.F. i : C.El 1,i..eT)rsc;,eni.

of~cesa~co~ ;ar oearwd in Order COrenl-
ier ibis C.' u. s on aadvertising .-L~
.1~ ~ ~~u~ exlmre,~!i'eeos've, it j- I"
y..sd in~o..e COj!1-o. to fubocribters a, as-
1e'inot z e 2 .on the ordlt.ary char-ge

thi rbo a re i. I',~Ii tbe
Cb~tz. .. :ntiinted as Abe, etoAerc.-'si7_
r aleti rements nwt exce ea, ng one .sqae
67 ,c~sb h firstnc'tisfl. ind 3,:

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1311tsinCA&, hellF.,nil CL'
fle. I L 'h e 1)11 -
r ,r 1 1-.Lck
Cur unt, ii P fe,, :r ii. .

Appl- to
Philips, Cramyostd Co.

?lb. 8, AXn-tb Tbird-street,
Hat ,rcei,.v-.y, by the diffecranilate orrissI',

51 ,. '* e m i,ii, nx 'llI r a 0t1oI credit

4 : -!ticlonenc dotaii
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2 do. WieMre. l.,l-es Eir~t

3 do, Printed dO.
4 do. do.- 1ce
2 do, SinuS >.I js J'
z. dir. U5 rc- --r~r
F, do(. M s.1 I '.. I k ofus, cm.
Lbrovideceil aud lar.e q. ma
4 do. do, Cotton 11.fiee4
3 dlo, do, 0Woroiol ddii,
I do. ''Wovollen do.
-"'& O adWunIs andoiChild~ren',
White & dyed LFoffians', leAus, Cotton Glove%
and Pii ook Mullin Handkerchief&.
Buoot Webbings. &c. &Q,

A in-oice of Ji'.% WE1,RY,

I I iberil credit.

R 1- .c!.rtWan

Irv pipes, Ntaf 9 erdi and qutari~tcrcAtki
PAT 1; NT ~CitAtN V I.S, from IO. A to;I

Ravens Duck
;1hit croc

Brown hiol1anda
Fr., i1Sheets

C st-ghnins
5 rn,* *m.iy Gin C.(,..
Tl O I .

Now L.lndinrig,
.from or board the Planter, capt.
from Hamourg, and received by
arrivals, .
S400 boyes aid bales of
?,',7I:,it Linens

the late

F-Koy'n do.

t -
Do. Cla ies

i as
S-'.. !. e-orring
a .iccal 'ill'.s
"n!,ic l inen, Ca;'aillns

Ticklenburgs;, Oznaburgs..
Also- rr.-. .. F',.-.:i i... And no Ir, -
1 uxes Sail I ,.',, .., .: il .. quality, it ', .. F..'
Sale, by
Ofa. 6 .l No. st3 fo. Third.

Jutt arrived
The lhip K'ni.:ii, Capt. Morris, with a Cargo of
l_ 1,:-... Ifforted,
M i d ,i- ., ,lirr, '
.C!.'T,":r romal ditto,
-ilrl .*r ditto, i
Gunny bags,
Wmin. Cramond.

(:China (oods.
JUST received, by the Lovely Lafs, a fmall well
afforted inveilment, confifting of
Teas, in qr. cheois and' fall boxes
Nankeens, blue, white bleached, black, brown,
pink and drab, : t "
Senflaws, ',rI' rir .ie ..,,,i .fatins
a.-w,,' r, -ilk, ri, iil .l- : and blue
Shawls and hhdkfs. 4-4 and 5-4 afforted -
Flower'd fatins and fringes for furniture
Sago and caBfia buds,
For file at No. 21, Penn-jl ret.
'," ir 7 -. ]
b iLk, GLJ))S.
Jtte laaning, ad for Sale by
NMa. 17, Arch.-lreef,
d general assortment of SILK GOODS,

Sri ntuls

yew GruIm

si, dwrdS Nock
Do. Ritbbnon
Chi ra 1do.
Old Clare Iio boass
c- g~cs, are$, B ohibiqat
TL'hread 101 tsIHUSO.

t'hroad Stockings
Fanc siolercie-f
Il ltha

(-Iisioo. &c.-sAL SO.
Italian Crmpcss
Freneb Cloths

Cla iTLia

For Lie;'p.o,
= ..'. r-HE new fhi TOM, capt. Peter
6'. i Turner-b.urthen about, .:-
',1- .has gteat part of her '-"r's
s "<--;' :.- -- .r iytogooin board, and v.' ,I Il
about the aft of March, or fooner if lob.. .- r .-
freight .. pi ~.' ., apply to the captain orn L. :r.J, r
Wilcoc,.' a .irl ; or to
-'i,.;I;,, &, r ;nr lh. i
N. S. The Tom is i :.,-,.: a reurfi drern t fi-nro
7" -- \

For C ha-ie '. o ,
o 1, .-F l I-. hi. 0"1o"', :._r..NC H.

,.. t"i r b'. i n, e, ,ir iy's wharf,
the 3d above Market-fireet, I, ;r,- half her cargo
.. ;11. iw;.ll p irively ilI ..., Sunday, the,
: it. Ap. i,i .:n :.,r.l, oi.

March 13.-d6t* t r.. (.', i Water-ftreet.

... For :St. Croix,
,.',M' iThe Brig
*'" '*" JAM *:i f" F,.r,
John u-I ..-, .tl -
S i er 6 :. i. i .' r .r ''
jL apply on board -Fi l .kiiiir.' i,..nr5, or .i
George A rmroyd,
March r -d5t No. o109, fourth Front-ftr.

0 For (hariefton, S. C.
TI.. L.. H i- IiNTi<.1 .. r
Charles Prince, after:
;: TILL fail on the 2oth init. For
,''V freight i'. 1 'ing good
accommodations, apply on i..:...I iI -,...l & Ridg-.
way's wharf, .or to
j ,!,., !, ,,,..i,,l ,, r ,-,.
.. 2' :,'., .; rl. i F .:.r. r i'.c ct.
Who bane for Jfil, ending from faid brig,
25 hhds. Tobacco,
19 tierces Rice, and
S..94 bales Cottoi.
On hand-300 bbls. Tar,
0o tons Li.
4 ditto Lignumlvitrm.
MVarch 12--d'/

For Georgetown, S. C.
-' 'OW laying at the wharf above
'; 'iN tile Crooked Billet, is in good
S" -.. order, and will take in freight im-
mediately. For terms apply to the capt. on board,
or to Jii :' vr,
March i- in i",rr Ii f,...

.... : !c / '. / ,, r i' //// /*
.. The Brig BEAVER,
T Urthen 1ioo bbls. now laying
at Walnut freet wharf, in com-
I- T \ lete order to receive a cargo. Ap-
S. I. -I o r
Geo. U. Odenheimer.
March 13. dtf

F.r Bordeaux
The new and faft-failing brig

-' iLL I i .1 .the ilf
..._ .- ~ of April, the gre:teft part
Sh, .' b...ieg engaged. For freight ori..
apply to
J. W. ]'oufs att,
No. 103, Arclh freet,
Who has for faie,
zoo bales Ruflia Duck
17 puncheons St. Croix Rumin
30 ditto New i..'..;- ditto
so bbls. ditto ditto
4000 lbs. Mocoa Coffee
Elephants Teeth. March 1S--- .

For C;aCrlefto-n, (s. c.)
r i 'Th"e fli p LAVINIA,
,:' p.,.7XT7IL fail the aot itiftant.--.
IV For freight or paffage (hay-
,1 i ;" i -p p l y t o t h e c i p t- i n r
b. .,i, Iu 1.. .1 .: second d below M.irkl.i-
ftrect, or
.Ruigan and Rodes.
1V1o Lave ,:e.;dp' ,e.fa:.' fn, a;n for file,
One hundred i:d fifty eight bales npland cotton
F;fty fevert boxes and fixty kegs raifins
Twelve tons chalk -
Twelve do. Ca I 1. .....1
Twenty eight .1 .
Eleven boxes white Havanna fuigar.
March 8 T

I or Bofton,
r ,"i-i. Tbe Schooner DOVE,
[ ... "" 'nes Gilmore, Matler;
N.,,-. ,. '.- ". I .L.take freight on reafona-
..-.. : -. Ile terms, and will fail by
S.... 'k. Apply to the master on
board, at Say's wharf, zd above Market fircet.
January 23.

- "". 5'

i nd Bjaltimoree
V after ae r Land Stages.*
H E ro t-r: ,. !,._ l '' 1-i ... the citi-
1." zens ,.I 1 .1 .. .. ... i. in gene-,
ral, that their line oi ... -I I. i .- are
now running, via Nw '>cavftre and Freaaatoirtn. pac-.
ket-boat leaves. Mlarket-freet anharf every day
S 1 ', ,.:.:i' at high water A. M .
I- ,i pi pi..... I Newcaftle, when two stages
will be ready to Pfatt thls ....... :, rs-
town, where theywil ... T'he
boat at Frenchtown, 1 r'ill pro-
ceed to Bowley's wh .. .. wol
rout performed in lefs Ah.n two days, wit!i good
winds. 7T, r.,Jij; .and baggage carried by this
rout with 71. i safety and diipatch. er-
chants ..'.r. :. ,. .:...1. '1t' pieaf fend the regu-
lar perm its r.*J .: .,' .... '_ t_ .. '.. n v.-ith
the goods, in order that there night lie no deten-
tion. The proprietors will consider he bills of
lading fulfilled, and t t goods at the owner's ri, as
foon as they are landed iiom nn beard the packe:.-
No goods delivered until tie freight is paid. The
packets are in complete order, hlve careful com-
manders, and the accommodations equal, if not fu-
perior to any in the United States. Goods received
at the office, Markqetlfreet wharf.
James Caldwell,
For the Proprietors.
March z d4t&ftnft

S For itart niqc

S "- '."- ..i

Si .pand C .*'y' I L.eI- .~ ',
I. I or. .1

or -i,1, i ." the captain at Cuthbert's whaff-
or to R. & 1. Bohlen.
March i5---dret"

For Nc':-York,
T -w.nll-knownfioop-,PA"TIE' NCE
r.''nti-. r rrdcr)
S, .-1 -,, r ..

.. .. i I .. ..1 g part of : i i .I
.1 r 'I,. i- ii'... .. .. i' 1 the rt m after i
"board. i !::i -

For Charlevton,

._,, W ,. ,, ,, ,, .

the after on board at i .... i. I, or to
I. Hazlehurift i Son.
F-or fale on board,
8 bales of Upland Cotton of the firli quality.
March 15---.

\ **.' T. v:' CHE is a fine fout veffel, and will
.:' > Captair George Miller.

F o r l :. n, r .-, |.,tl l -. q ..i l, lh .: .., .,i,.. 1 ..-. : i ,
at Morris's wharf, or to
B. : I. Bohlen.
March 5-mwf6t

This day will be landed,
At Chliefnut h'ect wharf,
F 1 .-.n I... ,Lhe fi Olive Branch, Willinim
-- I.. .... front jacqnem el,
30,000 Ilbs. prince green Coffee, in hhds.
:6o bales Cotton, about zo,ooolbs.
40,000 lbs. ILogwood, ii'Thipped,
40 puncheons St. Kitts Rum,
For fale by- 1.i..il iEyre, jun.
on-faid wharf.
Who f.rr..
For Sale, F I or Chr.iter,
.r -,. The fairld hip Outve BRANCeH,
;'( ['r,.'en about l8co barrels, willbe
T. '."? .' .i tore .. on boarding
'. *. *' tays, .. .-i 5---mwt6t

L. Kr' 'u '; ,",
No. 24, Soumt, Frnt flret,
H ASP postedd ly the p M irla Elizabeth,
S- f 1 ,. r. from H'.,amblrgh,.
Platillas Royales Hollow Glafs
I '..i ., i pipes Vinegar.
Oib hand, from .' .,
Fourth proof gmi, .- .1 I q.', laces, oil-
cloth, lentils, Ruffia cerdage, white vitriol, powder
blue, fleeitiug, diaper, and a general affortment of
other German linens.
February lo-mwftf

Juft received,
From Bordeaux, and f.r fate,
T WArenty-e;.ht hhbls. OLIVES, warranted frefh.
1 They .il ,1 .. fold by the barrel, or private
families : ',v 1 fu l r-;-. with the fingle gallon, at
the ftore ot ewis 1). I .. ..
Mrlch T'--'m'.f NnO. c eC--,-d ftr.

Auguftus Fricke,
O'FFERS for fale, at very reafonable prices,
J The Conteots of his Retail Store,
At R., -, fe.'i r, T I, .-, r.r ,, of
London : m..... I I .1 .. .it
Ditto caffimeres ditto-
Falhionable veftil patterns
Bath and '-'Il,:.- -ep --
And a general .I .rt. .. .1 articles in the
Woolen Drapery Line,
RIe has .- f te, at hid s i "' Store one door
London fuiperfine, second and common cloths,
caflimeres, and other articles in the above line.
March 16-1'

Look lii -Glafs
. r HE Cargo of the 1.,.; .
by Jelbt 1 lti,.,l

,,,.' i,)n for fale
'...r&h & Co.-

Mill and crofs cut Saws
Looking-glafs Plates, viz.
2, by 14, z by 13.1, 14 by 9, z8 by Is, 17 by'
tot, 8 liy io, 2,8 by i6.
400 empty G cafes,
A _'. I.- .11...
A I.i-,.il -|i. ,r Pufftick, and
An affortment of Biblcs, Teftament.s and School-
mafter's Afllifants. March t5--t

rFT..''t GOOD Preffmen, and a (..,.I. *r'. at
Charlefs and Scott's 7-' i.. i.. .27,
Bank street. I1..' I---d3t

A Bargain
Fnr C.ourtrv St srkeeper>s.
?.-"OR SALE-a fmall invoice of Earthen Ware.
well afforted, being the remaining ftock of a
S ,- i',;. It will be fild at a good difcount.-
Enquire at No. 33, north 4th -ftrece, near tlhe Ger-
nman church. Marcl r--d3t

,To Let,
A Convenient Three fiory ..1:.' houfc.-
-Apply') at the corner of C.:..., !..I and fe-
condftreet, No. 234.
March 16. d6t

A W! 0 '"2,1
W HO wifhes to make herself ferviceable in a
fmall genteel family, cither in town or coun-
try, and can be well recommended. Pleafe direct
to A. B. No. 53, the crnear of .Norih Second and
Arch rets Marah i5--d t'

J C Anfod .., :
ST. 0 if INF1i\. iL 'I. 's... t-4-, Arch'ftret,

in boxesof 4 dozen.

N -!.. I'.,'r:! d 'S

'..ir i S al t.

I.. .. .
I. -- i .I- ,

T .--,.- on board the brig' Ge.'ge fr.I,, .n.ili r.
. .. .. i.l i :.r ie by t C.tu, r O.i'L. LI .i
No. i2 -. rt.- .

Spiper 0'Holland Gin.
"Who has alofor fale,
bcs wit I avanna Sugars,

A .. r. r. r ,. ,

A n .,. .. .t r \ :,r r I'.L ni_ r" O JL I, ,'
Handkerchiefs, &.c. -
An invoice of aolbrted Irihi Linens.
March 3--mwfL a

E V, S1H1 1-1f I c :

14 Boxesfine White Platl as,
S 12 ditt ro dito Britai;o ias',
0oofa/ai Boxes dSieet M'ilk Ceefe,
Bordeaux Claret, i6 boxes of lip-'S..i'

4 '. Fr ,
6.',.J1,, CC',-l'L
March 4.- d6teodtf

rTobeco and Ginfang.
. T OW l ..... I .1. .... I .,1. .' .rr..'swharf,
I lfron i i.. 1. Andrew, capt. Waithman,
40 hhds. ..I Virginia Tobacco, Richmond in-
fpe '[on-ALso,
z5co lbs. Ginfang-For fale by
Walker and Kennedy,
March 8-mws 73, fouth Front flreet.

UST arrived from Wilmington, N. Carolina,
Spirits Turpentine,
Tallow, and black ey'd Peas,
Apply to M'Leod .Claxto'n.
Whjo have alfo for fal,
A few boxes Ouickfilver; Lignnumvite and Fuftick.
March 8-omwf6t

T on'gomery & Newbo d 9
T) 7 r FFR SALE,

l box Dowlas,h
Red crull Holland Cheefe superior quality,
Sugar, Cffee, Spirits, Gin,
Teas of every kind,
Pork, Lard, Hamns, &c.
ALSO-A Houfe and Lot, in ..' -. i
two genteel Houfes in Frankford, fituatd onthe
main ilreet, and running back to Paul freet, on
which two more houfes may be built.
MarchlS -mwftf
i hircy BaeIs Ot
SoftinC.l ed Almonds,
A NSD. i. I''. FIGS-of a late importation,
Sin good order-1oR SALE BY
William -, Satmuel Keith.
"March I mwft tf

Refined Camphor
B Y ArDAM SlY BEoR-T, at-hi. Drug a. uaChe-
mical Warchoufe, No. 114is, arket ftreet.
N. B. General sl artment of Dris aind Medi-
cinrs, coftintly on hand. arc o--n-ws4w

BOSTON mefs Beef
Ditto No. l
DittoS would Candles
'N c-England' Rui
Rai;'ins in calks
Briftol Porter Bottles, in hampr-s
By Vatn Beuren & Nightingale.
March 8-mwf6t

Juft Received,
And for Sale by the Subfcribers,
N affortment of ladies' long filk gloves,
S Ditto of filkpantaloons,
White platillas,
Brown do.
White rolls,
Ginga, No. 2,
Hollow glafs,
Ruflia tallow,
White and firowti lHavanna filgars,
I entils.
WVachlfiuth & Soullier,
Feb. 26-mwftf No. -213, S. Second-ftreet,

Grals S, eds.
R ED clover Pfie -nrf-., heavy
SWhite ditti .rrr-.. ligl
'Timothy Herd grafs
Lucerne Hemp
Burneit Canary and
Orchard grafs T'rnip feeds,
And a of

For tale by rn hoana Howard,
No. 40, fouth Second frret, Philad.
February 18. mwfist
For Sale by the Subleribers,
FIVE hundred bales India White Goods, well
afTforted and of the laft importation,
5000 pieces White Naneepns,
o boxes China Silks, afford ted,
.1 tons Twine, ,a
500 boxes Caftile Soap,
Soo pieces Rufsia Sail-Cloth, first quality,
soo pieces Ravens Duck.
Gum Guiacum, Goim Tragracatnrh, Gum Sticklack,
Gull Shelak and Borax in chelts,

Wuii';gs :>i d Francis.
Seac. w4 mwtf t

T-Las a nd Brand .
11 ,i be lainde -. r. 01,"i.'ii i r .
I,, larf,.froni .. ,..r I lF, l ..; "r :, .

P I' : ,.. ,'it' -[ 'L-- t

7 1. .
'.r, ,, l,-'..

J i i... : :"r. r pi't ._ r .3

0R 1 ,.1 ,. b, .-
n l t.. >i i. ." I'i
I"'" "L ..1 4
jii.r Iii i

iI P .t.. i;J ; .111 1 I l. L. .
i .[ ,. ._. ._.rL [ .. ,.. '.I ii ll :. r

l ,-. L i..[: t ll. i', n..
He''-. Hrtchlinfon.
SA : cl th. ', 1.

S R. .. ,
H A V (1 r _'s A I.17,
.Sup:. i i" .:, m i. I F ,: i ,i IL :nd

1, r -.* i I r E T I l,

S.. i r h r

H .'. ", '",ur I t h. r. .A t. T '.1. r L ii.

N, L:.. fil"d ff.t:r,.., ..

China tea-cups and fancers
coffee ce 11i [ r
breakfaft bowls and faeers .r i.t..
howls, from 2 pint to 4 quartst
long tea fetts .
I- ...i tt, blu e
.it .. .-. t-.i f.- of 63 pieces.
.e ..y 0- -- .
A large and gencrad- :.cr' ir.. of Gla
i'en's Ware, which t' .' .t I e for < ,h
their ufual credit. Feb. 30-' I

For Sale,
( i ] ',"'T ri 'E hhdl Gurrahs, T, : Fr .. i r -.

130 lbs Cloves, Window Glafs 7 by '9
2 o calks Cheefe, Split Whalebonae,
50 bbls. Prime Beef, Anchors,
9 balesSea i .1 Cotton .t.. -
7 t .. j ( .r I ... J ,
' S.lna. -"2 "I 3 b., : rid,.rnJ G afs
48 i .1, Plates.
John V'elf{l,
March, 3-e- !..'. :-". South. Wharves,

J i .r .. r :! ... _1'. :' .. ., .,_, '.; "*,

of the firI .:
A general affortn. s..r. -.. ,,!-. r I1.sJ they will
,fell on low terms, ...l .1. .*r Lr .
.I ., I,.I W 1 1 ,
Iarch 13 d6t N.E cornerWallut & Dock ftr.

Now landirn;-,
A T Morton's wharf, from on board the fchr
Ja ,n from Havanna, and for faie by
Robeyt I ,. V.
No..I!, Do:i. 11.. :r,
71 hhds. prime Melaffes
403 fated Hides
10o hhds. IIuiey.
March th5-dict"t .

I i 1F5CCeIVr i .v
Y the brig Clarifa, capt. Danl. Brewton, from.
Gonaives, ad :... '.-ding at Siim's wharf,
5".., i ., is. of silth,
Superior in i. it I, to Tu.-'..i:l.,id Salt. For
terms.. _1, ..
R. W M-ede. ,
March xo.-d6t No. z29, Walnnt-fireet.

North fide Walnsut-ftreet WVIarf,
4 bales Superfine Broadclotl!~, afforted colour.

0o do. Seine'Twine
8 hhds. Lampblack.
Dry Paints in caAs of 3 cwt.
And a quantity of Baf' Mats.
Dec. 23 mwf if

No, 61, Souvr THIRD-StREs,',
Peelong Sattint,
Plin and F lg, reod Ribbons,
Black, Whi,e andil Goloured Craper,
Black Ve'vsra,
P'elais & F,, .i 5-. I ,i^( ra Handkarch1iefc,
Gauzes & t ..r... ', ..red M an'l uas,
Lutentrnag lor Pifl'e,, Silack Laces,
| i trunk Sc.ich Threads,
2 trucks 6-4 Supertini London Prints,.
3 trunlk: Piait and Talrboured Muihnis,
Book, (. I ... r and figured Muflins aind
Ginghams,. Colouied Muflins,

Struck, Cotton Hofiery,
3 cales lriml Dowlafs,
a trunks Ginghamn and printed ShawSi,
3 cafes of Men's Superfine Blacs H'>s,
5 triiunkti. of Glove:, firfu& uality, tor Meh and
3 Itrunk ot oot,
l trunkt Mena' Shoe,
3 cafes Stationary,
9 hogtheads Seine Twinse,
a do. Sewing Twine,
24. bales Hliuntling,
t2 do. Ptent Navy Canva,,'from No. r to No., ,
A few C..per Bolti,
4 Counting-houfe Copying Ma.hliine,, complete,
6 Porniale Fuiio dl1to, dltto,
3,700 Ib. St. Dmiingo C ffe!,t
37 calki Rrcon or Annetto
Molt ef thefe goods are sr entitled to drawbac,
Decembe1 7.. o;wni5

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A fpiial meeting of the Ch bler of
commerce will be held at the City.tavern, this
Evening at 7 o'clock.
RE, .E.HOBART, Se-'ry.

In the ceas of efe Dickerfoy.
(A Bankrupt.)
W I'-JERIEAS a cotammiffion of Bano.rurcy,
ufuJunJd upun the acdof th,: Cnngr"l'. ,f t.,:
United S ates, paffed on the fourth d'y of Apri .
i8oo, entitled, An aA to cablilh an uniforai
fyftem of Bankruptcy throughout the' United
States, has been awarded an iffued against JeTI e
Dickerfon, of the Noerthern Liberties, in the di.f
tridt cf Pcnnfylvania, dealer and chapman, and he
has been declared a Bankrupt: HE is hereby re-
quired to furrender, himself to the Commiflioners
in thefail commoffion named, or the major part of
them, on the second and eighteenth days of March
infant, and on the twelfth day of April next at
eight o'clock in t',e afternoon of each day, at the
Commifi ,ner's.-offic, in the weft wing of the
State-h..ofe it. the city of Philadelphia, and make
a full d'if very 'n'l .Iifdl, fuie of h1, eate alnd ef-
feAs, when a.d h.:re hi credttiors are v. 'come
prepared to pr ve their debts, mid -', the f'cond
,fitting et chooe alffitgnees, and at the lafl fitting
the faid Bankrupt i "required to finish hi, exami--
'tation: All perfons Indebted to the f'aid bank-
rupt, or who havwe any of Lis effe&s, are not to pay
or deliv r the fame, but to whom the Commiflion-
ers flull .Appoint
Secretary to tthe Commiffioners,
No. 74 Wainut flreet
Philadelp-.ia.r March i.oiz. t64 3 9A
S.mnuel Bu'gess Shabw, (Bankrupt.)
H E R E A S the Commiionicrt named'
W and authorized in the Commiffi n of
Bankruptcy aw arded a'l iffeld against Samuel
Purges Shaw of the city of Philadelphia, in the
diflri't of Pehiifylvymia, Merchant, and Dealer.'
have certified to the Honourable' Richard
IPeter., judge of the Dliitrra court t of the
United States. in and for the PIt nfylvaiia
Diftri&, that the faid Samuil H 1r-elf, Shaw
hath in all things conformed I.tmi e, t. the d&i.
reasons of the ad of the Congrefs of the Unitcel
.States, to edabiiih an uniform fyfterm of Bankrupt-
throughout the" United States: Notice is here-
by given, that the fid certificate will be allow-
ed and confi -ne'di as the sat of Congrefs afore
faid direct), uniefa caufe hi (hewn to the contrary
on or before the 2d day of April nett,' at
00 o'clock A M. .at the. DiRnri Court Rojom in
the city of I'hiladelphia.
SBy order of the Judge.
.D. Caldwell, Sec'ry.
Philad. March ec, tsos. io.,7,zScM'A .

New Theatie.
This Evening; 'March 17,
Will be presented, (fur this n.2ltr only) a fa-
vorite Tragedy, c a'i,-1
S,.Alexander the Great ; or,
The Rival -heens,
To which will be added, a favorite aFirce,
Or, The Scheming. Lieutenant.
%* On Friday, the Manager in Dillrefs,,
th Comedy of the Dramatill; Or, Stop him
who can, and the Man of afl Trades. For
the Benefit of Mr. Bernard.;
gj Mrs. Oldmixon's benefit will be on
Satnr'lay next.

City Dancing Al: mblvy.
The Managers give noce, that the next
and I,..l Af. J,i .r ,i. S.'afon will be a'
Mr. F ai.c,' lin el, this day the i8th
On Thursday morning the 8Ath. init,
AT J. Downing's whi rf, the third above Race-
WIL.fLE. Bt. s'-.D.
For apt-c.ved i. 1r t. nrtte at 6o days .
14 hhds. Mufcovado fugars.
Samuel Yorke, au&'r.

On. Saturday next, the a.th inif.
.6s I o'clock, at the Merchants' Coffee Houfe, will
be fold, .
., 1 T-r. fchooner AMITY,
S l v.' lying at Pine street wharf,
..' P n t", all her materials as hec
.i '1arne f, .r., fea, burthen 70.6-95 tons.
An inventory will be furni'hed, and the terms of
payment made known at the time of fale.
John Connelly, auf'r.

On Saturday, next the 2otjh uft.
At 8 o'clock in the evening, at the Coffee-Houfe,
will be fold at au&ion,
The brig DOLLY,
AL S (he now lays at Wilcocks' wharf.
'L^I.V1 /--" The Dolly is of the burthen of
F~f ~ 8-95 tons, built of the fineft tim-
-."'- b.--' fitted with the beft materials, cop-
pered, and is efteemed one. of the fleeteft veffels
- that has been built in this port. ,
Siubamel Yorke, au&'r.

.. Notice,
A LL perfons having demands against the efiat
of Peter Lafitte, deceased, are requefted to
exhibit their accounts properly attefted, before the
30oth of May next, and fuch as are indebted to faid
estate, to make immediate payment unto
John 1ubarry, .Ex'r.
Feb. 11-mwfsm No. a,,fouth i3d freet

To Let -
For ths Summer Seafoni.
A large commodious Houfe and Garden,
IN a :- -'.,' and pleafant situation, a8 miles from
the city, poffellion may be had the firft day of
April next. Enquire of
Jofeph R. Jenks, .
March 8--mwftf No. 38,'N. Second-ftreet.
Lancafer & Sufquehanhah
Turnpike Company.
A OREEABLY to. the ifulution of the president
Sand manager, the itckholder, of thl e.-ipa.
ay are hereby required to pay to the tr.eaf'trer, in
Lanc.atftr, the toum of fifty dollars, on each and
every ihare of iock, on or before the toth day ofl
April next.
'the firbt fum d.-manded'J, uas forty five dollars,
payasile on thie 8thi day of Auguft lat .; the second
was twenty-five dollars, payable on the to!: h day of
January lad, and the third wa, twenty-five '4Allara
payable tMhi day ; aridl i peittalty'6fof d pii'r'ci:nt 'p'er
mouths ii incurred fr every delay of payment after
the expiration of fixty days from the times fo ap.

The period in which the road mu4t be c,,mpleted,
endi by- law, on the zasl day of April 18)3 ; and no
axerti ns on the part of the board Iball be wanting:
bat the co-operation of the stockholders, it making
pun&ual payments, i, efflotially neceffar5 to enable
them to discharge their truft.
Adam Re'igart, fun. Treasurer.
To accommodate ubcriberg. refining in or near
Philadelphia, Philip Wager, No. 136, North
Seeond-dtreet, is authorized to receive the fivtral
Match 1 mwf sm


The Phila/delphia Ga tite,
AND I) AILY A)V'-h Ii iEk.



SATt~nuDAJ February 'c.

[On the Ji.'ia r, Bill from the Senate.]

( Mr. Bayard's speech continued.)
The gentleman tells us that the conftiitu-
tuutional provision months ubjeft was taken
froni the flatute of WVilliam.-Will he a)-.
fwer me this l-tin question ? Why do we fitid
omitted in the c'tfiia.-'ii. t that part of the.
flatutory provifi.in, which allowed the judges.
to be removed upon the addrefs of the two
branches of the l-gifl.irure ? Des hie fuppofe
that ,the claune '. i ,.* ,-it hrrved ? Does he
imagine that the prov'.firn was dr'.p" throughP
inadvertency ? "Will-he iti.uriie f., :,-: a ne-
gleft to an inftru;nent every fenteince and
word, and comma, of which, he has told ust
was fo maturely' considered, and fo warily
fettled- N). fir, it is impoffibhle ; and give
me leave to. fay, that if this part of the confli- '
tuition were taken.froin the statute (and the'
gentleman from Virginia muff have better in-
formation on the fubjiua than I hAve) that a
stronger argument could not be adduced, to
fhew that it was the intention of thofe who"
framed the conflitution, by omitting that
claufe in the fataute which made the judges
tenants of their offices at the will of Prhlia-
ment o to improve in this country the Englilh
plann of judicature, by rendering the judges' in-
dependent of the legiflatu-e; And I flthall
have occatfi ) in the coure'e of my oblervationsb
to fhew, that the frongeflt reasons derived
from the nature of our government, and which
do not apply to the Eglifh. form, require
the improvement to be made. I
Upon this point, fir, we may borrow
a few additional. rays of light from the
conffitutions of Pennfylvania, of Delaware,
and of fome other IRates. In thofe flatts it
.has been thought, that there might be mif-
condnut on the part of -a judge, not amounting
to an- impeachable offence, for .wlich he
flould be li,ble to be removed. Tiieir contli-
tutions therefore have varied from that of the
United States,, and rendered .their judges
liable'to be removed upon 'the addrefs of two
thirds of each bratsch of the iegiflature. De'ts
.it not ftrike every mind, that it was the intcn-
tention of thofe conflitu-ions to have judges
independent of a majnirity of each branch of
the legislature ; and I apprehend alfo that it
may be fairly inferred, that it was underflood
in thofe plates when'their conflitution 'ias
formed, that even two thirds of each branch
of lthe legifleture would not have the power
to remove a judge whofe tenure of office was
during good behavior, unlefs thle power was
exprefsly given to them by tlhe- conflitution.
I cannot well conceive of any thing more ab-
furd in an inftiument designed to hlft for
centuries and tb bind tle furious paffliiis of
party, than ao fortify one p.ifs to judicial inde-
pendence, and to leave another totally unguar-
ded againil the violence of Legifl.icive pow-
er. '
It has been urged by the genitleiian of Vir-
girtia, that our idohrli,. that Congrefs has a
power to modify the office of judge, leads to
the conclusion, that they have the power to
abolith the office. Bi c-ufe by parting away
their p.m-..nIs they may at length reduce them
to a shadow, ard leave them as humble and as
contemptible as courts of piepoudre. The
office ef a judge confiils of judicial powers
which he is appointed to execute. Every-
law which is paffred increases bor dirilnilhes
thofe powers, and fo far modifies the office :
nia it is competent for the legislature to pre-.
1 -nic additional 'duties or to difpenfe with
uniec'effary frrvices, which are conneasled
with the office of thi judge. But this power
lhas its bounds. You may modify the office
to any extent which does not affc thile inde.
pendence of the judges. The judge is to hold
the office during good behaviour ; now modify
as you pleafe, fo that you do not infringe the
conflitutional provision.
Do you : fk me to draw. a line and fay, thus
far you can go and no farther. I admit a line
can be drawn. It is an aft.ir of found and
bona fide discretion, bec;,ufe a discretion on,
the fubjuf is given to.the legislature, to argue
upon the abule of that diferetion is adopting a
principle fubvcrl'ive of all legitimate power.
The conflitution is predicated upont the
exiflence of a certain degree ofinmtegrity ii
man. It has truled powers liable to et-iormous
abfe,' if all. political honesty be discarded.
'1 he legifature is not limited in the amount t of
the taxes which they have a right to impofe
nor as to the obje6 s which they iare to be
applied. Does this power give us thle pro-
perty of the country, because by taxes we
might draw it into the public cofil'rs, and then
cut up the treasury and divide the fpoils ; Is
there any power in refped to which a precife
line ran be drawn, between the difVorcet exer.-
cife and the abufe of it.
I can only fay therefore on this ftibjert that
every mtan is acquitted ta his sWI.I confidence
who bonajfide does not intend, and wIho fin--
cerlydocs not believe, that by the law which
he is about to pasts1 he interferes with tlie
judges holding their aliccs during good beha.
I am now brought, Mr. Chairman, to take
notice of foitne remarks which fell fromi the
gentleman from Virgisao, which do not be.
long to the fubjeca before us ; but are of
fufficient importance to Jeferve particular as-
tention. He called our attention in a very
impreffive manner to tle tdte of p-rties it
this houfe a.t the tim-e when the aA of the lall
feffion- paffed,-e. He defcribes ns ila' dt:te of'"
blind paroxyfvl, incapable of ditfcersrtg the
nature or tendency ef the moeal'ue. Tl'hat a
majority of the houfe were ilrugn'ing to
counters the exprelfion of the public will,
in relation to the person who-was to be the

chief magifdrate of th:' county.
I did fuppofe, Sir, that this bufinefs was at
an end, and I did amagine that as gentlemen
had accon'plifned their obj-l&, they wouldhave'
been satisfied. But as the fubjed is again
renewed, we mift be allowed to .jufliy ourr
conduo. I know -not what the gentleman
calls an expre-fion of the ..ublic will. There

were two candidates for tl, office of Prefident,
who were presented tn the H ufe of IRepre- r
._f.ntatives with to .;i f. f' I ,i. The- confi. i
tution gave us the right nAd made it our duty l
to t.-
  • crei'r.blk. A public man is to notice the t
    public will as conftitutionally expreffed. The
    gentleman from Virginia and many others c
    may have had their preference, but that pre-
    ferance ofthe .u'li.: will did not appear bt its t
    co..itii'tr-.nril -.-,rjaiTr ... Sir, I am not cer- t
    tai that either of tdiofe candidates had a nma- t
    jority of the country in his favour. E'-..lu.Lii
    the date of South Carolina, the country was p
    equally divided. We know that parties in r
    that late were nearly equally balanced, and,
    'he i:1 .itln. of both the can idates were fuppor-
    ted by to other fcrutiasy itot the public will,
    ti.an r.i r offict.l return of votes. 'The votes t
    are eo, imperfet evidence of the true will of a
    a majority of the nation. Th-y refuted from i
    political intrigne, and artificial arrangement, t
    When l,- -'~ i-l e !a ''.e we niftl fup-
    pofe, that e'.,rv in n i '.g 1 '.- i the
    fame .wav. l'I.-l 't,-i rc re re, :d .' a-
    correa x o.rr f -,.1t the path, '. -nill. And
    yet. we know, til- t if the votes of that late
    were apportioned at.oord;.g .to. the federal
    voices of thie p-.,h', that at leaft feveri..out
    lof twenty-one, would, have been opp.-.(-J to
    the fuercefsful t i..1d t: .. It was the fop-
    preffion 'of thee .il -A' one third of Vir- t
    ginia, whiich. enables gentlemen now to fay,
    that the pr'efent chief magidrate is the t an m
    of the people. I consider that as the public
    will, which" is exp'effed by conflitutional
    organs. To tha-t asII I bow and fibibiro.
    The publie'will, tMthus manifefled, .gave to tlie
    Hotife of Reprefentatives, the choice of the
    two mnen for Prefident. Neither of then) was
    the main whom I wifhled to make Pr f:i't,
    but my eleotibn was confined by the coitl'hu-.
    tion to one of the t'a,, and I '"e imy vote
    to. the one who I tlh.igh: .va : 'st gret and
    better 'nan. 'That vote 1 r~ eatJ ... i inu
    that vote I hfliuld have perlilld, hiad 1 not
    been driven from it, by imperious neceffity.
    The profpe& ceafcd'of the vote being effcc-
    tual, and the alternative only remained of t
    taking one man f.'.r Prefl.'tnit, or aviiai; P o
    Prfident at.all. I cl.ufo, -I. then thou iLht,
    the lef4 er evil. "
    From the' fceue in- this houfe, the gentle-
    man czirried us to otie-in the fenate. 1 (b would
    bluflI,. fir, for they-.honor of the cowtiry,e
    could I flup, fX: third tihe law J fir cd to be
    repealed, owed itf f'u"pe its t inti tb.,y to the
    motives which have been indicated. The
    charge deft ,n-d to be conveyed, not only
    deeply implicates thesintegrity of individuals
    of the fenate, but of the person who was then
    the chief magillrate., i-The gentleman, going
    beyond all pr-.:',dAr, has mentioned thel
    names of' i,.- i-.r, ,- that body, to.whomn
    commiffions ifTued for offices not cre-atied by-
    the b:ll before them, but which that bill by
    the promotion is it ffoded was likely 10to render
    vacant. He has coafidered the fcandal of the
    iu >,l',i.st, as .,i t t,'-d' by the iffuimg of
    comrmiffiois for upon the bare prefuiiption that they would
    become vacant, by the incumbents accepting
    commliffions, for higher offices which were
    iffned in their favor.: Tie gentleman hkas
    particularly dwelt upon, the. itidecent appear-
    anice of thte bul.l'fi f, m two .ni.-0Tlif-m)IsS
    being field ': 'iif'-i.r' i pcrfons at tie faine
    time, for the f a hfife ce. e
    I beg that it will 'be iuderflood, that I
    mean to give no opliuon as to the regularity
    of granting commiflio for a judicial office,
    uponi the probability-of a vacancy before it is
    actually vanaiit. But I fall :be allowed to
    fay that fs inuchl doubt attends the point,
    that an innocent mifike n mght be made on
    trhe futbject. I believe, fir, it has been tlhe
    'pradice to consider the acceptance of an
    office, as relating to the date of the com-
    millffion. The ofl.j:r is allowed his falary
    from that datr, upon the p.ti.ci.l.: that the
    (oir niilli .n is a gi .itl of tl.- r.fl' -, aand the
    title commencics within the date of' the grant.
    This principle is certainly liable to abufe, but
    where there was a fufpicion of abufe 1 pie-.
    funme the government would depart from it.
    Admitting the office to pafs by the com-
    million, and the acceptance to relate to its
    date, it then does not appear very incorrect
    in the cafe of a commiffion, for the office, of a
    circuit judge, granted to a ditlria judge, as
    the acceptance of the comnmiffion for the for-
    mer office relates to the date of the com-
    rmiflion, to Eo.ld-hl-r ihe hitter office as vacant
    from tlhe fame time. The offices are incom-
    patible. You cannot fuppofe the failme perfon
    in both offices at the fame time. From the
    noiinent, therefore, that you considerr the
    office of circuit judge filled by a person who
    holds the comtnifn i of dillrik. judge you
    rnufc consider the office of diflrii judge as
    vacated. Th, grant is.contingent. If 'the
    contingency happen, the office vefts from the
    date of the comuition, if the contingency
    does not happen the giant is void. If this
    reafonang be.fiund, it was not irregular in
    the late addiniflra'tion after granting, a
    commiffion to a diftri tudge, for the pla e
    of a circuit judge, to make a grant of the
    office cf the difdrifa jud'g.e, upon the contin-
    gency of his accepting the office of circuit
    judge. I now return, fir, to that point of
    thle charge, which wds perflo'al .in its nature,
    and of itifinitely the moll f-rinous import. It
    is a charge as to which, we can only afk is it
    true ? If it be true", it cannot be excufed
    it cannot be palliated, it is vile profligate
    cort'uptini, Which every honest mintd will
    execrate. Butt fir' we are riot to condemn,
    till we have evidence of the faf. If the
    offcnce be furious, the proof ought to be
    plenaty. I will considerr the.evidence of tlhe,
    fal upon which the h,.inorable n;eniber has
    celi d and 1 will f1hw hi'n by the application
    of i. to a lii.ii).ri cI'f, that it is of ana.ture
    to prove nothing. "
    Lat ne firhi late the principal cafe. Two
    gentlemen of. Jte frnatet, Mr Rt-ad of South
    Carolina, and Mr; Green of Rhode ifland,
    who voted in favor of the law of lit leffion,

    each received an appoi otment to the place ofI
    ditria judge, which was designed to be va-
    cated by the promotion of the diflri& t.l'h-
    to the office of circuit I,..-':. The gentle.
    man conveyed to us a' tilin& inprefflion of
    his opinion, that there was an underflanding
    between theIe gentlemen imd lthe Prefident,
    and that. the offices were the promnifed price
    of their votes.

    I -pr um fir, t-1e 7, *'1-,.: T .' L:ivy
    more charity, in tlhe cxfe which I am u.ut t..
    mention, and he will for .:c ce .'AI .,. Jl-, ~.t L I'
    ic inen ought not to be t '"on'., iid, iti tp... :I c .
    conclufions drawn from. eqauvocal picit'r.mir-
    The cafe, fir, to which I refer, carries me .
    once more to the fcene of the Prefidential-
    ele -ion.- 1 should not have introduce. d it i n
    :o this debate', had it not been caller up by
    the honourable member from Vir.ri'i .t
    that fcene I bad my part, it was a part not
    barren -ofincident, and which has ltft.an uim.-
    )reffion, which cannot calily depart froit my
    'ecollelion. .1 know who were rendered. im-
    portant characters, either from the pofflffioi.
    of personal mea rts, or from the accid. it, o0
    political fi'tuation. A'id n'" fir, let me sfk
    the honorable moent eT., v.iHt 1 r ,A f ,o
    and belief Wjill be, ,cit a e ci' that eve-
    ry man, on whofe vote the event of the elcc- .
    tion .huag, has fince been diflingaiflhed by
    Prefidential favor. I fear., fir,I hill violate-
    he J *.-C. uI t p l ai ,'*is- pr..iu.;.: ', ii,
    tile inetii.oning of iirr s, but iu tlc-c:-: .
    a .1. e inc : I G1 : r i nr i l Vl .c k .f C
    a r. *o, .ec l-. r.]i. (L. irlr-" P iclkn y -t1 .
    Carolina, was not a member of the.houife, but
    ie was one of the molt active, efficient, and
    fucce'fsul promoters of the election of the pru-'
    'ent ilhief ,i ,iifrate. It was well afeI'r"'-,iild
    lit siE 't, -3 of South-Carolijla were to turc
    the'equal balance of the fcales. lThe zeal adil
    ndultry of Mr. Pinckiney had no bounds.--.
    The doubtful politics of South Carolina were
    decided, and her votes caft into the female of
    Mr. Jefferfon. Mr. Pinckney has fince be.-e,
    appbinted miniffer plenipotenitiary to thle c. i
    of MidrJ. An appointment = l.ilgh andho-
    norable, as any wihirn the gift of the exect-.
    live. I will not deny -that this pi etft i ta t t ,
    the reward of talents and services, although,
    Fir, I have never yet heard of the talents or
    the services of Mr. Charles Pinckney; in
    the houfe ofreprefentatives I know what was
    the Value of the vote of Mr. Claiborne of
    ['enneffee. The vote of a (late was in his
    hands. Mr. Claiborne has. fince been raif-d
    to the high dignity of governor of the .i'%,ll.
    lippi territory. I know how great and how
    greatly felt, was the vote of Mir. Luiir, .: N -
    Jerfey. The il-l.'i'-iol of the late confills.
    of five mnemrber's. Two of the delegation were
    decidedly for Mr. Jefferfon ; two were d"cid.
    edly.for Mr. Burr. Mr. Linn was coifidered
    as inclining to one fide,' but llill doubtful.
    Bothlpartie' looked up to him for the vote of
    New Jerfey. He gave' it to Mr. Jefferfol),
    and Mr. Linn has fince had the profitable of-.
    fice of fupervifor of his dilirik conferred upon
    him. Mr. Lyon of Vermont was in this in-
    dance an important man. He lti--t; ,iz Lid -i
    vote of Vermont. His abfence alone would
    have, 'i. i the vote of a f bte to Mr. Burr. It
    was too much to give an office to Mr. Lyon;
    his charaCtkr was low ; but Mr. Lyon's fon has
    been handsomely provided for in one of the
    executive offices. I hall add to the catalogue
    but the name of one more gentleman, Mr.
    Ewlward Livington of New-York. L.knew
    well, full well I knetw-tlhe coiffcquence-.t i'.i'[i
    gentlemen. His means were not limited tei
    his own vole-nay, I always confid-r'ed more i
    tli) tlhe vote of New York wi.hi; his pow;'r,
    M r. L;. i. fl :, has been h inade s' 'a, I ., i .: f i
    the dillria of New Yotk-thec road prefer.
    nent has been opened to hitm--:ind his brother
    has been raifi:d to the diltinguiflied place of
    fmirnifier plenipotentiary to the French repub-
    lic. This catalogue might be fwelled to a
    much greater niagnit.de; but I fear, Mr.
    Chairman, were I to proceed further, it m:ghte
    be fuppofed, that I imyfelf haibuured the un-
    charitable fufpicious of the integrity of- the
    chief magistrate, and of the purity of the gen-
    tlemen whom lie thought proper to promote,
    which it is my design alone to baslhih from the
    mind of the honorable member from Virginia.
    It would be doing me great itjui'lice to fup-
    pol'r, that, I have the fmalleli dtfire, or have
    had the remotell intention to tarnifl thile fame
    of the prefent chief magiftrate; or of any of
    the..honorable gentlemen who have been the
    obje-ts of his favor, by the (latement which
    I have made ; my motive is of ant opposite
    nature. The late Prcfidest appointed gen-
    tlemen to office, to whom lie owed no perfon-
    al obligations, hut who only f'upported vIh it
    has been considered as a favourite meafkare.
    This has been affumed as a fufficient grotids,
    not only of fufpicion, but of condemnation.-
    The prefent executive, leaving fcarcely an
    exc ptioni has appointed to office, or has by
    accident, indirectly gratified every mant, who
    had any diftiguiihed means in the competi-
    tion, for the Prefeieutial office, of deciding
    the election in his favor. Yet, *fir, all this
    furnitfhes too feeble .a prefiuiption to warrant
    nie to exprefs a fufpicion of thie integrity of a
    e 1i othe l., or of 'the probity or honorable
    men, in the difchsarge of the high functions
    which they had derived from the confidence
    of their country. I am lure, iir, in this cafe,
    the honorable member from Virginia is as ex-
    empt from fuifpicion as myfclf. And 1 shall
    have accomplilfhd my whole objet, if 1.in-'
    duce that honorable member, and other menm-
    bers of the totmittee, who entertain his ful-f
    picions to the conduf of the late executive,
    to review the ground of thole furpicions, and
    to consider that in a cale fIurnilhing mucr.h
    hronger ground for the pr fumption of crimi-
    nality, they have an iunfhlikten belief, an tn-
    blroken confidence in the purity and fai-rnef' of
    the executive codnuat.
    I return again to thie fitbj.f before thli:
    c'mmittce,e friohi'' the unpleafant diher.f-
    flion to which I was forced to fabunit.
    'in order to repel influitunatios which
    were calculated to have the worff sfhiii
    as well abroad as within ithe walls uf this
    houfe. I hall now cirfortly advert to fimec
    a.rgnumentes of minor irsportarace, whic; arre
    fuppofed to have faume wcightin by g.''ti'laiBe'i
    on th ..th r fi.te. ,lt is laid, ihi.tt :!i e co i s'i
    are fi'ont orit, and the judii s car.snot be re-
    moved by law, it wjuld be in alit pwer of a
    party to cicreate a lihot of thcn to live as pen-
    fioners on thie country. '1 his argnumtcn is
    predicated upon an rxtrt'tne ebufc o; power,.

    Which can never fairly lie turgeid to reft'r,in
    the legitimate exercise of it ; -as wetl mtiglt
    it be urged, that a fubfequcit cmtngicfs hlid a
    right to reduce the falary ot a j tdge, cr of
    the Prefident, fixcd by a i.irmer congr.f'
    becavfe if the right did not ex it ont ccoirefis
    migl.t confer a hfalary of o00 oon, or i,ooo,
    ao.a.doilars ta the imporritfl.-:ent of theL

    casr .try. -it w"ill be t;Im',e er,,.u '1 to dic'de
    .i10P.n isofrta s rreme cales v: n rshi' occur.
    '., arc Me : i t he s ,i-.. we co ,tenaR
    f:r,. ncables oQ.e hi g 1 '., i to der'sgate frotin
    lie,: [*-.'-cr of another. 'T! t i: at:r L. s oi
    : C r -,r pwer which it denies to ....lc-
    ient .'* '' l i
    .Ti7s is not otiret. WVe admit clhat -this
    co.ngre's ?.:--:. .1. a '.the power .poffiFed by
    the'lalt conarfi. i bhat a.-gc.-ref, fhad a pov-
    er to odabosi Courts, tf. has the pret'Fet;
    That coisgiefs had nuot, nor did it claims the
    power to abolIh thoe ofiz0e o a judge while
    it was filiedi. Tihosgh .they tIought fire
    judges under the necw lyite-n fuffi ient to
    :onii.ui; e he filpreme conrrs,they did not
    attms(:t co touch the offie of either of' he
    fix Tiinut. l '. u thiey c.sii -,..;iJ v-t -,:,.;
    convenient to have circuit judges in Kect.
    tacky, at T.i .1: t'.. .1.,;. .t jodge '
    they d' no- lay th-.'r in.s upon tlte .ffices
    of the dift'id judges. We tih-fole .i-r,.
    no power to ith. :c. i-r'I' ',a which wat; r"'ot de-
    iied to, the 1.1 '.tn r.i .e r, .'.,r-
    froslo V r :i- ( -!' '-", 'r.l..-', F. l.iflly icx-
    r.-If .*J h alarr, left t,:- principles we coi'-
    tended 'for tb h.d.j introduce inDo the connrry-
    a privileged order of men. The idea of the.
    g it ,t rit ;.ap :Fr:. th'r e-..7 y i- ;ce not ar
    ., .11 tIl,l l.,"., a ,, i.i i s ..' ... ',-k r Tl e
    judg'- have their ":e:., for one term ; th
    Seiideitt, the S-nrto.rs, and the memrolers of
    this Ho Ife for different ternts. Whiltetheie
    terms endure, there is a privilege to hold the
    places, and no power exists so remove. If
    this be what the gentlcmaan means- by a
    privileged order, and be 'agrees, that the
    President, the Senators, and the members
    of this Houfe belong to ,pr'.ilsgsd orders,
    I, fl-all give myfelf no trovible to deny,.-
    that the judges fal. L..-ir t:,c fame de-
    fcription ; arid I believe, that the gen-
    tleman wij! find it difficult to .hew, that
    in any:othermasnner they are privileged.. 1 Jd.
    not fippife, that this .irguimcnt *ias ii.s t o
    much addrilfled t-o the i'..ci'r i 'i,l: o of gen-
    tietmen upon this fi-.or, as to the 'rcildisets
    and fc4fii .':;. of people out of doors.
    It was forged with fome it: pr. Ii-on by the
    honorable nclia;ber fsim Vi'sgi,)ia,. to whom
    I laftlr.refrred, that 16e fe pat.' i.; r thle office-
    of a juJl ; .v: i: i talkh n tr "-i .'i by lawi
    v,is not a new daftrine. That it was eflab.
    lifhed by the v.ry ael ni.w ;'i: toa be re-
    ".lAd, which was deferibed in glowing.
    language 1. L, ve tii' i,, a .',p wound on,
    the cioiftitution, and to hav. ;i -...3 with its
    blood the p'., ,. ouir Sitaute book- I( i t
    Se my talk, fir, to cl ,e li-,: gaping wound,
    and to ,wafl front the pagRes of our Stait e-
    book, the blood viitva which they were ftain-'
    ed. It will be ai eafy tifl, to fhew to you
    th. ,'l! -'. i I' '' i' a w outnd, a id L.,.:
    Slateuiebook without a f'aio. "
    It is fir, .the "27l1t f-c. of the bill of the !aftl
    feflic'a, which the honour:be member considers
    as ':1us.t I',it -d' the ta ly wound on the con-
    ftitution, of which he has f ,-.L ISf t. f k.
    T ;i- l'c :.r". sabolif s l ite .-- ier i.r- tI
    courts.. But. fir, blave we contendedd,orr has
    rte gentleman lhrwi, .that the corftltidon
    prohibits the abolit-ion of a cotrt when you do
    noi nasterialIy afei& or in any degree impair
    the i-deptndenee of a judge. A court.is no-
    ili- ., n,.r',: aii ,,;tpl-.cc wh'e-re a judge as d'L-
    ret: ed t,, 'If. lh i,-, c.'.rtait..dotti's.. "'1hese is
    .nodopbt, you may ercit a new court and di-
    red it to be holden by the jdgTrs OF the f6i-
    preme or of the difirzit courts. Ai:ds if it
    shouldd afterwards Ibe your pl'foure toi abolish
    that court, it cannot be faid,that you deftroy
    the offices of the : .dL.. Li ..-whiom it was ap.
    ..'Ini,.i ii- at thle c'lo ,n 0,i lli. l1t be holien.
    TI.or ;; is directed by the original judi5
    cl ,i t',in a circuit court shouldd be hold-
    en at.York town, in the diftri t of Pennfyl-
    vania. This court was afterwards abolifli-
    ed, but it w.as .neve.r imagined, that the of-
    fice of any judge wo:v .,rT's ... I m. m' fi.-
    pofe, that a fate is. divided intl t.s o d;lf.
    trits, and difuria courts eftabliilmed in i..
    but that one judge is appointed by law
    to difcharge the judicial iluties' in' both
    courts. The ar-'-n-enient is afterwards
    found inconvenient, and one of the courts is
    :abo!ifhed. In this eafe will it be faid, that
    the office of the judie is defi'royed, .i I.
    independence afi'e-ied ? The erior, into
    which gentlemen have fallen on this fubjeft,
    has 'aril'en from their taking for granted,
    whaIt they have not attempted to prove, and
    what cannot .c 'Lu...- t. .. That the office
    of a judge and any court in which he offici-
    ates are the fame thing-. It is in..- r lear,
    that a judge "may be authorized and directed
    to perform duties in teve.ral courts, and thi-at
    tse difcharging- him from the performance of
    duty in one of thofe courts cannot be deemn,
    ed an infring-ement of his office. The cafe
    'of the late circuit courts as plainly illuflrates
    the argument, and as (.c.-. L.'. ;,a demon-
    htratas its correftnefs, as any ca'e which can
    be put... There were not no-minally any
    judges of the circuit court. Tihe court was.
    1'- -ct. i:t be hiolden by tloe judges of the fu-
    preme and of the circuit courts.. The judgi-
    es of thiefe two courts were afl'ociated and
    direied to perform certain duties ; when af-
    'ocia'.ed and in the perfortmaa.nce of thofe du-
    ties, they were de tominated tie circuit court.
    Thais court is abolilihed ; the only coife-
    quence is, that the judges of the fuprenme
    :and dilhrit courts are difchar.e4 from the
    performance of the ioint duties which were
    previously imipofed upon ether. But is the
    -.... of one judsc of the fiaieme or ofthe
    iilriact courts i'ringed. ? Can any judge
    fay, in doifaquence of the abolidtion of the
    circuit courts. I no longer hol'dn euy office dn-
    ring gooa boi',viou r? Oni this pointit waisfur-
    it.. .11egccLby tue fame honorable member,
    that' the law'.ofi the 1 al1 feiiona infli&.:d anao-
    t.iicr wtionud on thie cousifitntio:, by '', ti
    ins the aiitriac Cousts of Kenltuckyand T'c ..
    neoTee. Tihe genlemuani was here deceived
    by the ru;re fallacy which milled hfit on.the
    f(ibjecT of the circuit co.ur:s. If tie will

    -,ive hiTni-.f the trotfa"e of care-fully revie'w-
    ing liTe provions of ':hs law, lie will dtceirn
    the ftcinisius atteniion uf. tie lepgiilature to
    avoid the .nfring ment of the ofliices of thiofe
    judges. I believe 'cthe gentlciman went fo far
    as co charge us with appointing by law thofe
    juj.g',Ca to new ohiic-s.
    The law' rci:irred o .:elillil!vs a circuit,
    comaprehetnding,' K "tt.!cky'", ,T.-.the and

    t:h 1"-,:?. 1f Ohio* The du-ies of ," :
    *e 1,, "... ir e- dic ,r.; icl to be l, ...' '
    by a circuit judge an ._ d r,..L -
    of i ,-,. : and T ... :,le.:. ,'r..,- 1 i .
    chmpitdent for' the l.. .: ,[ ": t., .'.1rC t., a
    court, and to ioi .-. that it alil Il.- hl.,:,,
    by any of the exifting judges. 11' : .'-- -
    pifa4tt'se had done 'i: ..:p,:. to all the
    . i r, i "..; vV thl '.h h y '.'; ,l. --: i.
    :. r. "", h r .. 1 i'.' t' :' ,d i cr. I,. ir- ?.
    I am arite certain, ".,t int -o ....j '
    would ha.- p...-A::l entirely -,: ,l :.:.
    H ad they .i..,J d, i i all il-: n.u. ,, ,t ,101Ir
    li d |r la' heI d ;- ti" rIfi,:t i.r ,, j ,l --a with-
    .a the circuits, gentlemen ".,u'ld I,'% l',I
    irben that ,this was only an impolition of a
    %vw daty and not an .pj-iiiICDL:r to a new

    (To b continued.)


    i '.' -"~l l' 'I *r..h T4 .

    I, i OL I '-. '."I I .t i i -'L .t .... *lh, o)
    re 'i I .. i Li. .- L ,i .. l .
    evening bY the brig Clio fr',.arriBourdeoux
    Tbey .are filled principally with local
    Circuimnfances, i '.*.. i..' only in the
    interior of the Republic.
    Bonap.trt has. arrived at Lyons, to
    attend the deliberations of the Confalta.
    11e has bmcen every where received with
    the livi.-H _tt 1 r.t il. t' ., of joy ; and
    is ircpreferithd as devoting much of his
    attention to the revivification of com-
    merce and mianufaicures. He has ty..,.-
    fled his determination to vifit .... 't ii,:
    principal cities of 1-r .:- for. this ex-
    pre.fs purpose. .
    'l'he Definitive, Treaty wVith 1n'-l"rr(ed,
    "ias not fined ;'though this 1- dCli '.dh'
    event," as the Paris papers exprefs.-it,
    was hourly' exape&ed.-The -Briio Go-
    vernment had two frigates at. Plymouth
    who were ordered to hold theaifelves in
    r,.,.ii,-.i. to. carry the intelligence, 'as
    hbon as it .li-'.1i be known,, to the Cape
    af good I "- and the Eaft and-d Weft-
    Governor WVl. ti,..r.: apprehension
    ve in.,i, ..ri..d'fome timere ago onil a h ir .-"
    -f inmrder, conimitted '*.,il he was in
    ,-..u,:ii .... of his office in the year i76o,
    vas tried at London on the 14 January,
    >und gijilt, .Ati fiiitci.i.d to be hang-

    iThe following are the ni,,:ipI arti-
    les iin the papers we liav. ..a- j J .-

    LONDON, January I4.
    Three Dutch' (hips of -the line, a frigate
    d. loop of war, have Fiirived it ir-,li.-
    qey were met by a difpatch boat, to cequelt
    em to I .11 ,, the arimanient, which liad be-
    r I :l, ; bh t -I) ,dnin..l i' l,-d, I that he
    ,odii niced of fupplies, and, that his veffel
    de wa.ter'.. Thlaefe hips have Frenchi troops'
    January 16.
    Thle *,-llow l g, the figiial for execution,
    Smi1, 1,- .a IFriday on board the veffdis in
    ,1..h i x of the rr.0 -rri--. mutineers were
    :.c tted. T i-e 1.,,,, il I,, t rir irf ,r with
    ,.. ,-Ol 1 'l ,'na l tl, I. .f t .-'l i ,: i V, ldT,, e
    their f.:.' ii'-.. I .. y r d v. i t t t_ ,i- .
    rts, chapliiiit of the Temerairi, icji.rsliii ,r
    fpiritual aid.. Whe arrived at the place
    execution, one i .. iln i '-1 i a paper,
    ich i'he r.q ,-,i i r -i, )' lr .- read, to the lili
    npany. It c. ohnvr -..I .r, avowal of their
    "i- ii'L, and an exhortation to their for-.
    r comrades never to forget the duty which
    y owed to 'God, to the king, and to titeir
    iitry, if they wiithto avoid a hmilar fate.
    ier'b'ing engaged'a few'r ,'.. .- in prayer,
    final gun was fired, armd the unhappy men
    oched into eternity.
    5ix other feditious feamen, belonging: to
    Temcrairr, have been c(.'l-,idchon. by a
    irt-martial ; five of .them to iut'-, derah,.
    one to receive zoo lafhies. When tiis
    tence was read to them, they exclaimed
    h.be Lord's wiillbe done," D.xon, eri of
    condemned, rcquriledto fpeak with admni-
    Campbell--the adniiral went to im-i-
    -ock at this paper, faid D '..', with tears
    his eyes-I irave a wife and child-fee if it
    be of any 'e:ic..-: o themin, when I a in no
    re." Ti-is was Irs will, by which he be-
    !athed all :. pt.il' il'-a to his wife.
    frhe navigation of the Thames is entirely
    truCftd with the ice, in conieqtiurnce of
    ichi the price of grain lias rifen).
    January 19.
    We are tfiis moment informed of the
    val of part of the VWiindvward Iilnd coin-
    ; but our unieafinefs is fto ftrom being re-
    ved refpeiiig' lome of the velLls which
    .pofed it.
    4lany people are extremely anxious for the
    satre 'of the D'finitive Ireaty. As late
    'etfterday it wasc ranmaared that the Treat-y,
    ing received the formal ratification of his
    jdly, it had tbeen fent back to France for
    signature of thie Firilt Confuil, It is !ikewife
    that Lord Hervery secretary of Lord
    wkeflbury, is to'fet out imni'ediately for
    iens, charged with important difpatches
    tive to fome -points which have already
    ifioned a delay in the progrefs of the nego-
    ion.. We hope that his powers will be
    ;its-!v extensive to obviateall difficulties,
    bring this important affair to a speedy con-
    rothling is a greater proef of the pacific in-
    ions of the French government, thanii the
    edition to St. Doiingo. A government
    difperfes ni i...,a tin f'oret' which, iii
    of a re.comnienemenr hf hoflilities,
    Id be fo effensal to it ; which gives all
    attention to thie encotiragenment of conim-
    ;e and the arts ; which endeavors to in-
    iate itself with foreign powers, and to
    Sdifcordasit opinions at home ; which, in

    ord, oocupi's itself in effecting reforms,
    h igi a.flate of Peace alone can admit ofi-
    a governinpentcannot poffibly be charged
    -iti dcerity in their wifths for peace.
    IBORDEAUX, January 27.
    new division of light veiris have gone to
    :o follow the flct which failed from Breil
    :. Dominhego, -

    FT : .- ", : '.' ,- ., iach played 'iti
    ., L li ": ia T .'r i,.'...i I .,- |"i, lh 'l)if 1" f ,-f ; .'.r .
    J rr'iII '
    0-.iu", *lilt 1.e {.' 'ruh dl., s'. i.,tL 'tiun ol lio r;-
    S u ... nnary .-
    J. irury 30.
    L- r-,.. riomn Toulin received y-',e'. i'- .
    form us, that the fquitdroln ..r.i. ,I by
    admtiral.Gu'atlheiaume, is. nearly ready for fe6.
    His dtviloni is at anclhor in e great r -'.
    and waits' only fer a favorable winii ; eacFl
    vrffe! ciirres from ifor to five hundred a '-
    S P 'v r I jo i. -i r 1r. r 1
    T re ir-t ,a unc.:'r, n-
    ly fcvcre-; in l e.".E u ,,: ." I. e

    ed I, T, r .*.. -
    r iedncfs t l :,.-, '-"~ t\ ,?'i l ,:T'r' i, ". e* ,
    P. -ll I(,-;'.: *: -. T he( I r a; l Ir r.-,"O ,1 0
    digeriJerf'on.si in Paris, of which number pnr 0 '
    5,o0 o r t ii.- C'-. ) froi thie lJ.,,11 ,. l 'J,,:i.
    S. January 1 -
    '' ''. ..,it.- f ,.,,' h ... ", u J I. t
    'IrA- i i-i.., nim L.rl ir-'in'-, fan a:
    ,i C !! i 1.
    ir.,.n L. niJ i r.-r- i- I.4 ii- li ,. ... ri d
    'ih r-" I ct .! ,I t lDfiiitive T1'reaty.
    1 Accoeding t) letters froni Cadiz, it ap-
    pears that Admirial Lioij s b:as received orders
    :o fdiil for the '. tll. rid..l.. with te. fqt.cldron
    iund1 r i-,i' r'.nrr,., 3, t.. c .-operate with their
    expedit...ii t.-. S. Dmi ,ri.,. -)
    S LYONS, January 16.
    Laft night the city of Lyons, in the nanie
    of its Prefea., and three Mayors, gave a ftL-
    perb entertaitinient to the Firft C inful-- a con-
    cert,a brilliant illumination, a great t.ail : .'..
    of o ,.,'V, ,:O, Ili.|i of zoo ladire, with a
    'prooulion of diaminnds, formed r ..... fpetft.-
    cled The ...V'.i. -t:. .. r tilsft;.: ... :. d'-d
    froin rlt : H 1! ..I i l','r ilu.-, in which; the
    Batl was give.s,t til,.- plhi- Bonaparte, inclt-
    dirig several orchestras. The Firfl Conful
    dificovered great sensibilitj at the attentions
    that v .:.. r'..., ilimn. He continued abovat
    two-ioure in thle ball oonm.
    BREST, January 21.
    The Batavian divifon will fliortly fet
    fail for its delinatirn.
    "' Le Zle and Le Tourvile, will foon be
    ready to .,.r to fea. It is Cfi.., two more,
    flhips will be equiped, Ie Fougeux and le' -Rc
    doutable. .
    l" Letters from Toulon, received vefterday,,
    mention, that A.i.-i l Gamtheaunm's fq.tidrou
    will fpeed.ily depart ; his divinwi is. now,
    ancliored in the great road only waiting a
    favourable wind to fet I -,I-each ltip carries
    from 4 to 50oo troops. [Courier de Brest.
    STUTT''G \ L' Jamti'T I 7. -
    T: he news e.l'.-d i ,r -* tlie .aftair tion of
    the Pacha of t'e.r.- is c -I.'. Tihe
    Si nrj c '. i..'ed inIs ri c .... amin li.
    tii ; l re i.:,...-d"..! his-H arniu .J I ..
    their chief for Governor of the to..... :1
    Si-. ',.- I.. in ,. the court of V iennm a to
    S.'L-,'t I.., t, .7-t ti the neighborhood of
    .,]; ,. ',A i l. i, i-. s --. ',-

    For freight or charter,
    -S The Schri LYDIA,
    -'-r '" JonsN B- ROWN, imafacr
    S- t Urthen about 85o b : .' i ari-
    .. ed for fhortly).-A1tnd
    S, EOR SALE,
    'T he Cargo off.aid fchooner,
    L',il;tih, of St,Dominigo Sugar and Coffee.
    S .-.i i i i t i
    S r': ii -- .It 1, i; i ; :, ;" .

    For Gr: !: ,
    TI. P.:,:ilh brig MARTHA.
    J : -, Morton & Wilfon's
    .'. ... I .... the .. .. part
    : .-"" .., :_.-.'. engaged, ,,. ..I fail
    S i.t i jp. ,rl. .... i, Forfreightapply tocap-
    tain John M'-KinflAy, on board, or to
    Y'.-il ii. tm Young,,
    At the Delaware Paper-Mill Warehloufe
    .March z7--d3t Bank iareet.

    Carthagena Cotton.
    7o bales of superior quality in 'i:-


    March, i'/-J

    fale by

    Jamies S. Ritchie,
    No. 18, Pine freet.

    10og's FI; : ftles.
    A Q .;r. Peterftrg Hog's Brilcs, i,.
    S.....1 ..i .,,. for Lic by
    GuLtavus & 1, ;l, Colhouii,
    March x7---mwfts No. 37, north Water ft.

    StHould Mr.A MAUBAN be fRill in this country,
    lU e is requested to acquaint Mr. C. F. Rouffet of
    his place of refidnece, or to call on him at No. 1a 4,
    fouth Front fireet, Philadelphia, where interesting
    information will be made known to him. Any of
    his friends or acquaintances are alfo requcttcd to let
    Mr, Rouffet hnow where he is at prefnt.
    March 17---inwf6t

    Drums, Colours, Fifes,
    U Mbrnllas and Parafols, plain or s tnineuted,
    ina th i : -i ...' .. manni r, by
    .. ... ,. jA(OU'i i,
    Ne. 35, 'Sv th .Front freeze, P5J p!'ia.

    Alfo repairs the above, and keeps every material
    for fale, beadteiCds, beds, i.' .r .. I -
    toms, and bedding of ever ;:, -
    blinds, lofas, eafy chairs, and bed chairs, bed tick-
    ing, feathers, curl.-d hair and cattail, fringe, taf-
    fels, lace, s-artain-line and bindings. &c.
    Curtains and other upholftering work made ., I
    repaired. March 8-mth-2im

    W HEREAS Jamex eard, of the city of Phi-
    V ladelphia, Merchant, hath -, to tilhe
    Subfcribers, the whole of his Eftate, Effecas and
    'Debts, for tke ife of his Creditors'; anad the faid
    Jamai.Yard, beingby us appointed our -'.rr .i -. ,
    to colledh and'riceive the -faid Debts, and aa LI
    the accounts of his faid Eftate Therefore, allper-
    fonis who are indebted to, or are poflefked of efecIa
    belonging to the faid Eflate, are requcfted to pay,
    or deliver the fame to the faid James Yard : And
    thofe who have ckiins or demands on the faid eflate,
    to furnish the fatie to him without delay.
    JOHN CRAIG, Aflignees
    ROB3ERT SMITH. James Yard.
    Phlsiad. Jan. '23. ws 3m

    B'DOOTS, Bootees and Shoes, of good quality,
    w.illb *i,", p .-l;i: for Real Efltcate in or
    near the ,.i .., ', ... l .. Enquire at the of-
    ficeof this Gazette. March 9--tuths zot

    .' _. 'N_--"'_ -_'" _"-_ i ,: ).,e, -ifcr d,...11,1; t.iIhe ne, m y from .
    I. : :. A.. ,.t p.i., I' rS 'l' n1r:,- '1 1-, .'*
    .'.'" ', I'', -I. "i Liir !'- .oI. .i ,t!h.r le .c r i'rom t:O I.,,.t ph,, .e, co,o tic .

    .... .. 'e.r f ..tn r ._-. 1..,1t r dO -
    iV ; ,,, i-. i, -. 7 .'. ,1, ,..- ,' ; -r i,,. . S---. l1, .i*,i 1.. 1.,:, J. : ot Li ...-
    .,. r ,:,, ,: ,., t ; ,; F .b Jl 'u .'-n ; r, c o.i- J ..- rH :
    .re c e i v e d t l. ,r .', ,L.- r n i i l ..t h '" n i] r,' I r I *,. l, l .- i ',
    Y o rk T ,. r :,. .. ,. ... :.! -,,. !_ \ .c ,1, ,,..
    *. l'... .- ." r= ',, ', : 1 :. ,i ,-,ii ,, L C rc.,c J-i i .... l..-.ganr
    !.:. .'. ,, r '.r. A. a iI cL, .,r m- ,-i, r, ,' -- i 3, J t ', -j e'l A e
    proved. .in !,, ,r n r,- ,Id. P: I. .' -
    S ~ th .l eh I C : .1 i .-li 1- I.-, |-r I ., i,, ,i '.
    X efterlday .-r .:t s r --. .' t L, .'-'n i ', i i i J ,: .','i l.. I;' t* : l:.'-
    i'-l t, t h e i. n ., i ... ', .' r. in .: ....- '. t i .- i : .
    :, dry :- r :'. ; ;i ... .. *c 1 r c. .i ..- .,. -, ;, ., ; i ..r,.:t ;d ".it i .i...
    ; i ii t.- "- : r -- I :" .t j In
    i a. Lt ._h ,:v... o p. a F,:.. : ,,-, .e ', ., .. .,,' ,. ,. re the ,,,; .

    | e.n .lr reo .--, -,:, t eu.._ h i t-h C,, ,d ..., ,; ,.I ., ,,- 1 t e T,- o. -t ,," l
    a. ,-;i., K ir, n, -'p l r ., -.-.- i ,. -.. r. t. '- .. a r.. ? ., .-... ..,t llt ]
    .i'- n t,-., r,'t t hr e tm'e th I,,-ret rJ......... i t ri ed .. ... of n', n-eti, a t boti
    I j. 1;:. .1 I. ,f e I ft,, t:.I Ipp .-:,-
    ...' ,1a ;on. ;,, -n {.i'tln I t,,r h,,- .',o',-n. G .. ..- -, i I ,.,dr t.. l a,, ,..- i-.,n, and. nt-
    li.ii iil l n. Tn.,.ii~ii tti t. irA 'I i -.'n, ,. ,, I. l.,traiut ,.aa ,) ...r
    and a general p-". '.rn ;.- i i-..'. r r nl i L'o,-.,, -'. .i i," trhe wefern
    acknowledge antd .' lni t t i lit.e .. :rn V :" nt ad -r ,r,, .1 tle Frenbch
    merit of .General Leclerc. r.... haA ,.,,r., .r .ni -. i l. in i tle m 'n ,.ai,.,
    been dispatched in various direfti ns, anJ ,,j 'i,.r- ., -.,r ...n -. ooc.nto fecure ithe
    1 tn'r,,ir. ,- .' hr. hri.ht into-the C' ,, .. ".- -!, '.. 10 are Tonffaint
    foe of who wee ofthor were iii"t .i AtL l fhot. I .a .d (' -1.-. The co.ra der
    noim.. ', fated, about the time of the L,' it A.i i. arrefied that of Byncet, and fint
    .i. i f iri ,.-r an a in :a t '.,, at 1.:,, i ar- b hit n ,i i ... t with a nepheww of. T ionfainit,
    beq-t o C, i- Frencl 'ir, iar- i ,." i.i.', wlhof .. cofninti 1n was to fee the work' of
    in which the latter w : t. ,r.! '... .i o- deiroihuon'eff-i'ed there, to Port Republican,
    ed. TIl, tiI. 1", h.-, -'. r .rIi' h, '-,: r n ',-i. where they had-arrived ; tthe conmmu ication
    i d r .i t-.l t- l i n i.Jt-.r.-blc. riio t 'r.,. el ii t,. South was r..-r, the c mmariii dei at
    lir,.-.n. t'r'i--.er .:t the Ilhct: ,' c.,Tir t.e, In.i,.-I .1 i. 1 '-ni i, Port-Repub-
    doau ', ir,ini. r.:e ; .I n.,t i. .i t,..i. ;:. : ican to !.- I' i. -i.ill. .
    ,to the. ftaement. \W. : do not fay, it i r-lher a. o-r-un- fiate that Jererie was
    not.fo, we only fay, it is nat. cI r i n :. I;.: flaed, byothe l[inrted exertions of its inhahi-
    t- i;ro[ ii, It i. I 1j.iru1 t t1 rIn ,,arL, at the t-ints, fo that no fears were entertained for
    rcqueft of Capt. Br'.i. eI. i t i ,: ., p ,r, tile In i'- i .'-.t the Southern department t of tile
    of Amercan er .icanm. itulvroc .r .ii' e id.
    in firnifiing a number C. C,, I. t, 11. 1:Ut: E 71'PE A i,'tt 7.) N.
    th e d i': t gl I .r t trin ".1-t ri r i- ..! ,i o.r .. ,. .. A
    and hl- ih.rl a .r i.1 mrr- much property was e ,
    faved. We are happy from the above ar- ttIearn by- a ge-tleman W ,. "...
    r;i al ,-h., to learn, tI], i-t there were I.'. i
    r.., I. art ., v.., at'firft reported: I ,, I on "W ednefday l, t l,, I
    'mitie ates greatly tin,.: ail t-. ..i-, h i I '1:- broke r out in a Cfore on .peer's -. '..i,
    ..; I wretched :', i'tF_-r ir i'.: tI :-'e.. i which, with a number of adjoi.iig buil-
    foftens ttofe war:n t':.-.;iiin .. i .- ,-,in dings, were confused,
    and horror .- .v an 'e .,.- r ,ed Tlhe tflimes, it is J. communicated from
    account of ':ni l;:, I J ev,:I, In .! -rI n t-thlence to rth-e Ptore Na- a, on Long W liarf',
    Znurders. Arri:rn-i I pro e was f foreas bore te uious rage could be arrelicd,
    the foregoing event in td.na',.ti ; btt colo- evelled the whole i.,i.i- -.f valuable forces to
    nial produce was very fcaree. F iour was No." o.
    purchased a l i n .. 11, p :r 0.t.ir.l 1 0' ., Y-
    bee was ex-hi. ,r 1-, I .i,. -lAiie I '- hear the Court-H-iouse oin Lexitngton,
    : i. were .n.i iii -.nibir,... ..i l i.-, was confuroed by fire on the
    It fr'. 'i.tf Tuefday tie zd iift.
    In i, ), t 1 t1' ..e .i-r l, ,L i"1- r -I I
    S Ft., ,2 tin u t I-, r a.... .o ,: F ;en ch S I lat ns
    Brov, n's rdi,-t : rrtr.' fr.,n- the Cape, tran- r

    Scan veltels fI '-iI' to .;' I'- ... on WA.SHING'ION CI'FY, March 13i.
    thie t'. it' ,al. i i .. : .- I ... f,voll yetlerd.iy called p t e ti .
    head r' i,,. ainmy, had in1e i .1 ,. i t I '. n. 1ad ii l upon the. table on Ti '. L i,
    it ; tiat the !:. I :.... I l'- ...' t l" That it is proper to make pro-
    i '. .I i ,tr i r' t I 1 1 i w t -' inidemno ifyi.g tihe nier-
    S .-, I', l epubli ,r,, a 1 n,, .* ,, I tt e Ui iitei: '.t "ir i r C t -: !Lf' u-
    ( ..;1, R ei (. ,'. i .. 1. J i froi m I In ,Spolita tionis, the-
    ,-h,,,JI.re w J -. I.d t ,I ; r k 1.. r e l o n acc d b y
    -. .ni .f [.',l i f i i, ,,, ,,t '.i., conIvedlton '., 0"
    1 '" h .' .*'. ,- [.,,,,. i1,l .l 1 i.,, i... ,, ,,,,t ;.,r, o f ti e
    landni er in '. ';. i ., .... I- ,.i ir ,,,- 1 .,,'. I -rtat.e G en. Smin hl
    ina their refputive ranks,- ar;d em loved i;d hie i i hle tr- flution wot,,,i be-n: ,'I
    iI. the a nny. Sev, ral ns grae ; .-' i to i t h th ble. MI. I,. ..I- e -iedvo-
    de in i ncendiArya a yLeni... .-i t '. ed'. ca t an ', ..1... d- wiiou : Hie 'n id, t at
    nsieitary ex' cixtil i I-,.,, *t ge., tleiimenn ig'ht r t abe tien prtepim ..
    .. ed to giThe a final vote orn this meifunro yet, he
    "i n t :' ,.. titer it ,;.. .,- tht i i. t Ihe re would b'- no filird Ajc tiioi
    T ..' i,-' i, ..i which sw as at I ,i,-.. to its being lt pregencot taken tp -ore.. -
    e t had It .. .I htion- vwr.en ti .kiM up problabiy, uo'tiih ',
    I t,.,.., it, .in r i ... .., t. t ., int ore would t!-n i-,- done tran 1t '.ii' w hat
    St .. courfe the bult-nes ought to take. i'Hi- wvd nIt
    Extra& of'a 1-tter.froni P.r- :p,_, r ,,,. to' anxious to precipitate it, but lihould iimlenIf be
    4 : "b i :. I ''ihn, ',,. D-, wi'I faticfied to refer the reclutioin to a c Tom -
    .. t,, ap eared i..r ,- i i o r ,nttee cft' e whole houe, ao d b'iea the print-
    ,.. : in te d t- ..,,, at o0 -..cloc ih ld there have been, decided, to refer
    i the morning, a,1, I.,, .a.-. ,.- -.., cGern. -t rofhltio n to the coemn ttee appointed on
    io ,.r'r. t. he, n x.t ay t ri ..: entered, ttis bol ( hfs,- whin, knowing that c..e ,.'r.
    can living of fix flinps of th th e and two frins oul ifdemnify ou merci:ins ineght innte-.
    gates. headmiral was.reqa, tPd to remain l dately procd u to barrage tiledetilsof t bisa
    in tile out har1fourt till tilhey ..id i,m,- from bufinimfs-pert!:tps they nmay find. it necefrfry
    Gen.' T -es, then abfent, 1to call upon thle fccretary of fate to obtain
    "'Thigs rai.ined 3n 1 ,,. ",, ,' ,nr r two front the f off'rrs by French Spoliations, r the
    days, when the admiral. -- .....-... by a. ,n iunt a ind illitory of their claims-perhaps
    Sbhi.te rnan Who made -his escape, that thel n- ,hey ray dter it exoedie nt to in .iit .t a
    groes were u urderig ad plondering the i~ for i the purpofi of afcertaining the a-
    winr te inihabe'ants, larded his troops- ,a)d at- ,nount o f lhefe claim ns to tlafi ym them-to
    tacked fort Blifoton, whii'l 'made no refill- k unw where ,- lol htd be-i enfued,
    a.rc, an as dc vrd e by t econnian.. nt h e wheinturane rane ey c l been p.eid
    to tiVe frenci troo ps. i ne e 'trance the Tb his is cents y a fubje ftof great intricac'
    towtini, iry fort Logane, w attended wth: and it l aid the deliberations of tie com-
    !noe r o;tante, h'ut was carried by th.e-French. e.e if thie principle was to be decided that
    ayon,.-ts. 'Tlecnlufion of tie nege s i coirs indemnify the m-rchants.
    nth.r repeat was Gen, reTt, tlat ti'e iai;d not Evnts in Europe had produced great enbar-
    time to te fire to the tow o. Th. wrtred ra'edns to our hrclan'ts, chey webre ow
    ,hrai t ans r ere til off arimurd e -rned by ) ,.-li ot ns tdr pecun iarydinfi a lt ies--te eiro
    hel. f.v'ges, aud thwo hundri d er arei ,ludry and they mnigtt be
    he pliin was fot onfir, but a great nrt,,o flet wer they cight be
    f itie plitatponus were ,i r I by chins good ti ta do tiea julicte. Mr. Grifld
    expedei F h n r oes tlt in the e r
    Aote-Cthes gos be L.>plfed,. d. urged the propriety of now takiu.ig lris rf..,lu-
    hisso tec pef red -n der li. tion inio conlfideration. ,He nl 'aie hie should
    veered to the Freuncha forces, by. '. '. : .i.. -
    i, delt tir, p of nut dislike its bitng fent to thle committee of

    S a dtied cn it o' ai -, there role on ti right of the cir
    .. Si. Mark aid tii,.'cs t-'eu to 9 iin tire ,.- and 011 the lci t of tire

    vMary ttine tiatre oul "ff-n r Wa'een l.'r. Grifaoid'sr motion avis -called
    btr, an- rettni rcneuro nts a re daily expeed. indeaifynmg the. -' r .i b' Fre.1 h
    S ai n aa a r rn d w r ti ,fioiat.ions, take nin terii party i'. tieed rio
    3,00,me, o 1 liavene hat a 'r nrris to ereahoiss winy- it lirotild riot be tikeun op, hot by

    t Pur-pubhtca, where Gem. Le Cile ai i a ii vtee roletdl it tie All
    'xe' t. 1 n time federal i epu"lc-, cr15 voted furc F .
    teedfi tin. .t... .. jii tihhiC siioIi"' a i h e beei hia -t ii 3.
    Extra of' a letter- .;d -Tr P t,.-i'. r], uff;. i o ri i w liulh e, Peinlitprei'cner t--ur T't
    vFebrua'ry a n i, t z. York, tviat hav buit" .reailla 1 t 11"
    Fiot a detailed a scou t tlf what lains iT i reprni. ,n ..t. ..r t to c n- r-rn mcl, ,i t.os iS

    here, i refer you to tiy letter by t)he icri re not ee aImog thoSe who role.
    Orange, (not come to hand.) 1 hall only '. \, -YO Ki,Maich 17'
    add, that the South.is entirely pacified, and -Cap mit, o the fchoor
    the whole of tile whites five, Leo'gane Cex- .aptain mith, the chiooner Wa
    cepited. The rebels feinm to be confined to ingto0, froIm Newv-Providence, informs'I
    from Gonaives to L'A rcaaye, which latter us, that Americ:mn veifels were buying
    place is occupied by our troops. n.( L. Le up there to be fent to the Hetvannah, in
    Cletc, 'with 8000 men, 'is now o.n his mlarcl the epefttion of a fpeecdv rupture bh-
    from the Cape, and is txpeir.:etd :a nraks a twele the ULnited Stat's and Sp.i. i'

    _1____1_~__1_ __ __ ~ ~_ ~ ~ ~_ __

    Laoui, WVilfon, do ; Flonry, La-, : ;
    Lib, rty, Aicorn-,,db F'ame, C]r;ocri ,: ;''Enf.On
    Faunny, Thompf'bot ...;.... fcr. ReguL,-
    tor, Fletchler, Philardelphia; PolD,, qrr s
    do ; Polly, Cartwriglt, Btllon t ; Np:une,
    jones, Philadelphia ; Aciive,. C(abra do
    Polly, Hart, Pirtl3d.
    Sampfon,' 7 days froni Hamburg to
    this part, was ipoket ..'ithe -. a few days
    Ship S!fi,r JT.' ., from hrencet, h -.
    rived ait Buordea';, I day;.,


    CH.A RULES I ON, MI.:'" 6.
    C ap| ,',ci..L .i, .n i d J ', ite' 2r .'1 ,
    St .i'c l ,. '.- uit l T 'ii ii!".ri' ':, th. t ,
    C: lci CJ te .e c.t ; l.l -edt. ', ..1 ...
    *..', i b- t ir [,ii disu der nl i.,lii .nL ii
    L .. l -e ':,id ..t F,S '1 jl o'- 1-
    ,'e -' r: r.n o-" i pi ,. .ri \ it
    ,'s p.-lh .ie : 1ad the [ rl :.,I: ..e ,c e
    nefl. l .* e .... Ab-ut t. .. w l.
    .i: 't"i c- ,.'l.;H ,v [, ,'i "' (1 to.T ,, .:.l "
    t;en i ..i i. ,r 1 ; .) **er'.. iall,-d .ear
    F.;,'' u' a : writing .'. t-i ; ,..1d
    c.r. .1 t I.i r :r-.

    S I' ,,' .... 2 l'l ,. c0 ..... ... ,, ,I fi r.- .u,-

    SH at. 1 1 .. ,' i ll --s1'

    the viewof..- 'v w de d I I ,.f i ..~ r ,:i-

    S. I NTTON, (l .) Ma rch 17-
    cr It is with Ire .r- -. j -, a
    Fr.nci 'family return r,,.. r.. r. ,
    for his hb ms ne arid r-n .i, I I ro -I
    rr C.their filler,,l a ,i J t-, I .- ~
    th li r is : fi. i ,. .; ..., i ... ,

    tdat-in g them as .. o.- .... and
    w as to obtif plu .. i t:. i t I,,. I, dI i-g
    there e the l i r,. o. at tno blood, b
    ". .BAUDUY.

    Pto tke a RTAN .
    The ilew O fi on.. ^ -,oi r t.. a. r t .,. i -
    ,tool Place-uilMondayfi. lf 2.
    candidate s the rN overnr M ih ar,
    .. r I the is w cbit s opa f ;'d- i eir ijfa -r
    horencb fa iLy return ,.i, '. '., t" ...I

    h:ot-bc'r ofi Jr, biariH I the. 'v idi
    votes-tlr a f eri i54, .., -J I not. i. ,by
    cfro'liing tla hen s o .it ir tow.. an s, 'ere M.
    Gie an has gen. rally u ., at the .

    NEW-YORK, March r6.-Arlrived tl
    faThel fa ling f rig C o ', n r "- .. 1..,11, .. 39.
    datoo. Sa p laed co. Mondy !.at. !...:. ..t ind
    forGloucefte r; the perip John Francis, of and
    for Clharlellon; met, going into I .
    bI.-. Nancy, Perkinso f Ii -I., -, ays
    days from-. tape Jacobis o'id the ir aTvo ir'.-
    therot..bed, of j i- and? the ip Trip' had ,
    i vot38 days f er 5- ,. -;i not
    Arrived, fIi. i H ..... hr ...i is-
    The Good Friends, CI I .. from I Ili I
    afrnd a ,ny of thu., Fi I, of tns wY.erek, Mr,
    NEr., have -YOrriv chd -Arived
    Lda I SaL ed.ii C ..ll.:. -- t mdiRi f

    foe left the 2rdr; ul. Left p jth Fracis, of and
    .ia, Nany, Perkins.n, of this prt, w .,ic w 's to ay
    days fr om th C(a ipe 1 .:, ; tr t he l
    iin .38 days fr0 .-' '...* f i, i'..
    A arrived, f l. t-i '[ *, \v.'.. ..' lH- ... i l

    Sdays 1 ,. ,

    b Tyoie tGood Friends, c i -, from i'l I
    trosand \lby iuh n, the. plot Naow-Ys the poin
    of efirt thye zhd Lefir burnt. t fr, i.i..t wA,.
    frid to be at Gonaives, "am irhe ain hotdy of
    lia Ctroinp, at tihe s pertd of whichit was to j
    eroued t wou th n C ke lor ,f -ri..

    ., t 2' *, Ma rcl 6,. --Arive.,
    lich. Vig : M iden, J. ,2 1, E. ';
    iv ar'-y D ri (,'lip ar .l 1.... .
    S.as, i, av 1 ia. o t; i Thorn B .rya .It, Ki :l-
    bayon et, al.ter fme r 'ialt e f'di i' : .'
    u'raops by wh ;m the p ,la io is ,'n. tbe ptin .

    P art of Pbrilade pha t
    ARRd to be t VE.h bdy .
    Brig Hiram, D, e, r I.. 2
    S' L ", & CM c 6'. .- .
    Echio, M'Le llan, S' j i. A: .ws. ;
    PiArler Paris-J. i. V ;I-
    Sch'r. Lydia, Brown, CapeFriancos ; 23t

    Riuth, Doana St. SiThorns, ra I'.
    Ship timber, U. Stato
    Ship P u I. Yardfity, froi .<., :.r .',
    is below.
    ARRIVED. DaysoD

    Ech'r. Hannah, Fl!an, NS A:dw. 8k

    Sloop Gren. Green,r Pearce, Rancobli. n
    Brig, Hranu, Dove, frol. Simons,, !ts
    tre hip Lady Ship timber, U. Stae of P'
    lipBrevor, do.:iC; Horet, Yard'itney fro and fv. r .
    others belonging to the nw.rward. Capt.

    lonSch'r. 73 30annah, W.,i .hr olp, l,'w Y MorId-
    town, op7 days frozen Pearce, P. Repb tNicNw
    Brig Hr, and brigove, froie Guahdati irto
    lad!,im f rom P. Repubi Jne, Hqfor do. Nai.cy,
    others bFrelongi teo thead northwar ied... at.
    od take on t I,1i Of Maragchr i t. 3, N.
    Captown, ow d ,ays fro ni Prt ru ti) Nform,
    thaok, thew captain A inficrn vei atthe rcr'.
    r. ange and fa brig' Eagle, id the dar y bc, lug.
    i9 50, r. Plt 31, 30, N. ich. RPb-adc!pr, ia.f
    Weltoh French fleet had Wlrope, arid at a, all

    wellCapt. tBrowh, fr wona Cwrpe Frit coi, id nforms,f

    cover any-thing fuithier. The flip America.,
    Cr:iig, tilte brig Anmpitrite, Spenc-, anJ brig
    VL-itror, Gerard, were to fail a few days a'-
    ter capo .. .. for thr : p..a..
    T!ie following -. i- arrived at Cape-F'ran.
    c is'- ,t-r the c6:i a r;a it,', :-S Ih; 2. .'
    rn o. P~aker, ii ,vid!viio ot P 'idir'!' .;

    lale by

    Ti'e '.3I i-i- uT'entb '-. r:-'t. re er k- t ir tA,' affcled,
    by the c i I, i 'cr t r ed r i i-
    pu'rpn e .., r..1- *.' prefeti.. 11 t, it I ,,e l,, 'Ii C.-
    tives of thins I are -. ,i i tl' he aie. to c- let I
    id flu:n ot fever .', -: cents per-fout to be
    Aiic e: of Accuadiilon'a' hecdwaenoi, clieted from C..e holders of the fame in
    S ** A-d/a ri'i...t of the '- i '. nete afarefaid.. But in no cafe -lull F' .
    comulmti' pacsru in Ie ci-rcui ." ofthe -epr-peryv be iv.ice alrife. f:.rthe pur-
    COrni ...." F t'i//:.sorda/ u, fl'a tie, 1 ":. : ,-.oeote ifri nition.
    '. .. f r rd the "o: o t' S-. 4. A ind be it further ordained and e-.
    w .n rid b the ufoi ed, Th i : i e -fiLs of money f alfeffed
    c /?) rffen;t' n of the Conmonwealh of ind colletet.-. l:,ll be found to exceed the
    p-.. ..' .' 'fe'i r in s, ad1.' in the ,.,,.; nmecelli y ..r' de'r:ay'i the expent ese
    ., ,- .., r -' and f ,e : ...,I the d.ir L.,i..ii .:. the water
    .-, .. .., ." .. faid Common- Iro.:.ghnt t the i l ,rii, ,-, trla opula"-
    Stion tlicref,i iir lu, .r, the re-paving ever
    Artile t. That the f-id Alexander :he pipes of conduit, the iir.,ai.-.
    -.111 other devices that fall be found ind-if
    A .iifi'a. h-;.:' d* .-' irT'. '.'1. "- I n-1 i,.,.i ,!:, necellhry; the iutp!as fha;. be-ap-
    Sm I. r, r ..l .iCi 1 ',rt t tl, '...- r l .-..urr- ( I -. i..o into the discharge of boil the lprin-
    .,,ii. ur pi m t,. t tn c-.'r. hiili,:, of .;,-.I ,'.1 intereft-' of o tfi' ,i, I. and the
    th J r 1,1. i. : .-.t' ". -!l ,.'.r.;l rd tt-', t,' (lijt m ay be due '-.rr I .
    V ',., ..,:', and .--IIc, Ii -. ., within the OL L 'P .
    territory of the fail Comrtonwvealth, while SALLS. 'E 1' _,
    -T,.;r, ar In.J.ii .-.F !he .:ourt of common A JACAB MLTCH. LL,
    I.i 1s .- I' l i llI V;' -. l, -. .
    Lb turd y the twenty-;', i1 d.y .t '.1 rit.:h,
    in the year of our Lord one thousand To be 1bold,
    eight hundred and one, in open court of .- changed for a good Horfe, a handfome
    Common pleas then and there holden, in '.'. ~ .,h pl ,l i, .i. il,,-.-: andharnefs.----
    and for the county lafl aforefaid, did, after F i ... ... ..... ,1, i-.j.,,,i North's livery
    John Lucais, ''thi r ;ie John B. C. Lucas,. -,- ,-h r 1. -i. -.r i .
    alfo duly appointed and commiflioned an s.. '5--3.ti ,
    afiociate judge of the cour-t of common India Goods.
    pleas of the county laft aforefaid,.had, in *
    leas of the couty aforeaidhad UST iported in the flip K.irrgfton from Cal-
    his official che i 'in: i. i of afro- J cutta, and for fale by the ftbfcriber-on a libe-
    ciatejild. -* as l r.:-!.il., n -. ,1 ri-11t ]t.: ra:l credit,
    might do, -i lrcil'-.l petit. jury, then and Pb'oolporo e.-.O,
    there duly impannelted and fworn or af- Beerbon -..-., i,
    firmed rdepe ively as jurors in a caufe then Janna cotlas
    pending, and thea and there openly declare uzeurrahs
    and fay to the faid jury, T'hl.t the ad- Ditto coifas
    di ie., delivered to c:irn by the faid John TMazapore chintz
    Lucas, otherwife John B. C. Lucas, had Ah affortment of jaconet and worked miflins
    nothing to do with the quellion before B:iidannocs
    the n, an i that they ought not to pay any Chappa and pullicat lihdkfs.
    attentin.to it'-thereby degrading or Feb. 3-ws'f No.6, Dock street.
    deavcr ir .t d.:,- ,.a.I and -ill f-;,. e hi C -d
    John T ..i ih. :rs;L: John B.'C. Lucas, LOI:)L .1 'i.Jt
    and his charaaer and office as aforefaid, TOnvex mirrors, girandoles, 'and.a few elegant
    to the obitru'-ion of the free, impartial, C prints.
    and due administration ofjuftice, and con- With an extensive affortnient of coach, print and
    trary -to the :.ro!!.: rights and interests of window glafs, including every fize from 8 by 6 to
    this commonwealth 40 by 8 iusches, and a quantity of strong centre
    Art. 2. That the faid Alexander Addi- "i, & black
    fin, being :'fl;. appointed and cominiflion- ,P iiI. ; i.i.. .., li I. -" e ; PAIN-
    ed president as aforeltid, did, 'it a court of TER's COLOURs, pig lead, fpelter, refined faltpetre,
    quarter feijons of the peace and court of glaizers'diamonds, &c. &c.
    comtnnmon pleas -,..:- .. tid for the coun- ALSO-A quantityvof If and nd quality Choco-
    ty of i- my .t : t-id, on ,i-nJ., the late by the" .. -'..r I i.:.-, low, at No. 75, fouth
    ... ..ll ........... ....... ....... by
    twenty) .1.. I lay of Jtne, in the year of by John MaElwee.
    our Lord one thousand eight hundred and -February mw m
    one, under pretence of d,[chargng and per- LOW PRICED
    f.-.i,i his official duties a;. pi .iente -, Sheatii Co -- -:
    : l ,r ., ,.. j ,.,l l l y 11.. Vll v J im .-.,e!h -I i i ; .
    lui.J.- .11, cla im "ilhi .1.1.1 2 .. I ehL a u th ., C N G t i i, ,... ,-.-. ..t ,,.l -i, ,i,, '_. i-[-
    c l ., i 1, 1 d V N C L I o ,1 1 -1r a p
    rity not given or d-l...,t-J :' r.' by the l IN t'' ..rl, i... .: -and Spikes
    (C' .i- ,ii.., and laws of this Comnmon- afforted.A L 0-
    Wealth, inafnuch as he, the faid alexandere r Still Bottoms, raifedaid a flat, Block Tin and
    Addifbin I-',c f.., nr n aforelhiid, did, undcr Bar Lead, For Sale by.
    ii : I1l....! d 0ou :ld ,.11:'.I and Beck Harvey,
    performing his :- i ..-iF'.:i.l dti.t-:- t'.-i. and Jan z7-ws 8w No. t, S. Water-fl.rcet.
    there, in time of open court, njulhly, ille- Juft -arrived
    gaily aAd unconstitutionally (fop, thretn JIV
    and ....r r t'h.: faid John Lucas, otherwise And for fale by the fdb:riar,
    John. C. Lucas alfo duly appointed and frroons Cohitea, fir ality' S
    j ^ 8 boxes white Havanna Sugar,
    ,,-.-mrn'i.....di .... i .... it.. Judge of the 5 ditto brown ditto ditto,
    .i ,:.,i n:, i;.,u ..Clri; n:.,. as of right he 3 ditto Hofiery,
    might do, a grand jury of the (aid county oo1000 ditto Spanifh Segars, of the beft quality.
    of '.i :hl.ir' then and there affembled and Lewis Fref'naye,
    in..inn..el',di, and worn ort tH'i aild refpec.- No.57, fourth Front street.
    tively concerning tlheir rights and duties W. iso, orintues to ma ,afAc7ier,
    at tle' it it i' andat Pigtail, plug .1 i Fi- .- ;.- T tobacco ; American
    as ,.,r..;.I urym,, t',ere., '.,, i,-, 7 and at Segars; fcotch and rappee SnuuT, put up in the beft
    tempting-to degrade the high offices of manner for the W. India market, and the Miterra-
    [a.d.:r-r.t iiJ affociate judge as aforefaid, nean, which he will fell at the loweft price and
    to tlis denial and plcvention of public longeft credit.
    right and of tle d-n: adminrid r.;,ton ofjuf He is daily supplied with genuine Maccouba
    tice, and i) th.. 1 e. amie t al others, Snuff, Vanilla Beans, and the belt Virginia Twift.
    in the like ic t atn.J;n.. MarchiS-wftf.,
    And the L'.id Ho,,i-e a Reprelentatives, For tu10 'y ihi thbfcriber,
    Sbyv irtucllti.l.. having to themselves the At No6. 12, Pine titrett,
    liberty of exhibiting at any time hereafter QPLIT Peas, in bbls. and kegs
    .ari .l-,ir .c,:.',lt; r, ,ri.Tnp ch. lIe .,nt., .i nl ) AlhIany green peas
    the. laid r.ile in.': .,, :.1, I, fpr.l t-int White beans and black ey'd yeas ,
    as aforefaid, and alfo of replying to the an- Smok'd herrings in kegs and boxes
    fwers whic.- he the faid Alexander Addifon, Coditl1
    .... r.ouans an= tongues in kegs
    president as aforefaidithail make untothe laid. Smoak'd beef and tongues
    articles, or to any or either of tham, and of Hams, lard and butter in kegs
    '. li,. I.. -'of of the faid premises or of a- Cherry brandy
    ir., .:. i. .. or of any other accusation Br Brandy, gin, spirits,
    impeachment which Ihall or may be ex- Porter and cyder
    hibited by them as ltne cae hial require, Sea-ftoresput up at the ,mir't ntice.
    do demand that the ahid Al. : .. ._i Ad Non. athiwtn.
    difon, president as -.'.r !'. b may be put- F-bJar. wtf
    to afifwer all and every of the premises, Ji p. I- ;i' -J
    and that itch proceedings, examination, a -Y Tdhn Coro.d & Co. No. 30, Chefaut frect,
    trial and judgment miay be :- -1' : upon .i) price 3 cents,C
    hinn had as are '--eeable to the constitution The Point of" Ionour,
    and laws of:;,. Commonwealth ; and the A Play, in 3 ads, taker: from the French, as
    aid- Houie of c i r-.' .I e ready to i at the rTheatre, Philadelphia. By Chas.
    offer proof of tl .-;t. a ... ,-. '. i time as March i--mwf3t
    the Senate of the.faid Comr.oanwealth of To be let,
    Pennfyivania ihill appoint. .....

    And immediate iven'
    S N *'_ i,.- ANC A Pi.tlianit Coui try Seat.
    To raie a !utn ohf oney for extending the ,CITUATE on the Point-no-Point road,.diretly
    dfhibution of wholefoine water tihrough- koppofite the 4 mile-flone. A good table and
    out the city &t Pn)ladcalph:a.. coaci-houfe may alfo be had if required. Apply to
    Sec. e. B E t rdained and en-.ai ed by the William ,.ulb, graizier.
    citizenss of ..'l', M. I fie,"t and cotil- March 3-ws6t* XAe. 94, Racej ire4.
    'Hion ... 1.i.. I ..! '1a .:1. lthat tin, city com-n 1
    I .,;;;..,'*,'. :. I tl i -it proceed to alielf; on -F o r. S a' C.
    every t I r.mt I ,c.. efate counting only ON MOD.ERATE TER21MS,
    the leadt front of corner lots, as far as tihe A. complete flock of Ironimongery,
    pipes of conduit for the diF-ibution uf water C"Onfifting of a general affortment in that line.
    in the city.are already laid, the full aad en:t:re l.A The terms of -payment will be made eafy (if
    fu;ms of feventy five cents 1per foot, and as the good security is given). Any perfon inclining t,'
    pipes of conduit airo extended from time to -w.:., ,,,. i.,1- sill pleafe to enquire at the .t1-
    tlit-e through u,tlier parts of the city, and the ": ,'... i March to-i-mwstf
    ,water turned into tlhens, the laid commillion- ,
    ers fhallcontinue to aflefs the fitm o feventy An el ut bay .-dare,
    five cents per foot as aforefhid fronting tile
    pipe' of conduit fo extended, and continue fo r d SAL e. .
    to do until' the diflribution is completed wT Arranted found, and goes %.. nt a.: F .. r
    throughout the city. u..i n .. St i lofr -i I :., f want of tfe. El -
    ' Sec -. And be it further ordained and quire of .. l- Met-efield,
    enacted, That the faid connififioners hall March --n-mwftf No. ao fourth ad feet.
    make fair lillh in a book of, fch .eih,.iim-1 ., For fiie or to et,
    entering thie number of feet front of each lot O UNTRO T,
    bo.h improved and unimproved in the orde A COUNTRY SEAT,
    Sn pvd he d N a healthy and pleasant situation, being on the
    ii which the, ,fld, specify ng the finm -fr foth fide ofa lane leading from the Ridge Road
    teved cn ".. clearly I.' t, ,: the in-" to the townihip line road. There is on the premifes
    proved from the unimproved property.- a 11l flinifhed two ftory Stone Houfe, 37 feet front
    WVh ch book fhalLbe depolied with the trca by 30 feet deep ; with piazza, a pump of excellent
    furier, Whofe duitty it hall be fatle'y to ke-1p water, icehonfeand fuindry out houfes, an excellent
    the Lame, and to (tirnilh copies therefrom (tone barn, 37 i-t feet front by 2 feet deep, with 7
    from time to time to tho collectors, for cole- t -. -'-,...A land, aboutone acre of the fame is cn-
    lectlng thle fims fo aifefled and to credit the clo'ctdlor apti il.I .r.a, number ofLomlnbardy
    p.vmnients. pcpiers asnd i '; ':.. .,.. beft kinds. Pofdtion
    c. 3. And be it further or-ained andi an'be had immediately.
    enacted, That th faid city commiflioners For further particulars, apply at no. 10o North
    fraill caue. to be to letled from tlw holaersoi Fifh-F:hcct,orati(!. ii8,gNorths 'thfitret.
    Jr. 25 e~i

    SALE O ,.
    A Plait.tatioin by Au, ion.
    On Thursday, i gthlMar..;i, -,: ,01f paft 7 o'clock
    in the e n cin -it th-e i.l,'i'r.i-.'" Cofiee-Houfe,
    in tbe.:'I '. .f' -hl "il,;r..I willhbefold,
    A PL .-f.Nrt-T i.,'. 1co.taininaF about 203 acres,
    fituate in Prov.1 .-a .- r .r,-i,. -elaware
    ce.inct1 in i r.froi r l krLlp: tr,-. theter,.
    s -:,. -,'.,P it I" m ld fr.r, PT .. ,. : .:- c reeting-
    houfi;e -.u ,o.i I..i' of the late William Ed
    wards; ..: .:.. .I, I"- :,i. Forreft, Adam Worrell and
    others -
    On the premi'fes are, a two-ftory brick dwelling
    houtfe, It1,i i dr. r -t d s:I1 ." f '. by 2o, a
    ftone kid : .-- n. '1 .1 ..-I .i r..l nt water n.:r
    the. door, a f-.:.-e ri "-. : I- .-:'-r a never-failing
    spring ofthc .: "'i -f, a frama barn almoft-new,
    three appl- r :.nlr.J. '. v two peaci ditto, besides
    o .,:i 1- f .-...:.- ril''[ ..f i 'rnoft every kind,
    S .: : .. woodland, :'
    ". ir:rI ir .I :I t i: 1 rl au t -1.: ; a num ber

    -- .'. .. -,h i. r i:. ul7 : ..I: I ..I.' l z : and r.: ru g the-
    : i1. d-'-.-. Valentine, on the prentifes, will flew
    T : r ur .-tru ariidU 1-
    ,rr" .*:.l' .: ,1 ,& --r. C .., ,' r n:. r,..-,l ri'r ih trl,
    r .'l'. -: h :, r.,l "' r-,' ,, i r c l ,,n, d
    ci- : **.t i ri F
    I, ? Poalk, At '.l'i .

    S' es of a EfaItc.
    SO. i T l.,- ,: ;-1 ..,, ., I. hi at

    corner of Thid and Brown.aftreet, ." ..., r p..
    fite Coat's burying-ground, in the Northern Li-
    berties, will b'e fold, ,
    Two iati'ni Dwelling Houfes and Lots
    of Ground, .
    SIT ti V a fat the -ouIt -ip Cornfr of Brown itW
    'i r'-/i cts, at pre'j,,It uipt- as a public in,e
    and late th' properly of 'Theobald Storksi', idcrafifd-
    Cviutainin hin front oa Thi rd-jfreet, 45 feel, and on
    Bro-tvn-freet, 8 '-'
    -of .-7 .- 1
    WV.o will /ei made to
    a e i e.-- he proper .*
    by ai)p!yhin at the Every .
    r.fpeaci"n it, with the conditions, -, / f i bed at the
    time and place of false.
    JBy order of the concerned,
    S ,S .,ii. -' . u fT'rs.

    Will be expofed to fale,
    At the Merchants' coffee-houfe, on Friday evening,
    the 19lth inf. at 7 o'clock,
    c ATwo ftory brick Houfe and Lot of -7...i',
    S- fii-,at.: ..-i r i.. e of Delaware .~I' ,i ..
    i ..-. ,I ....-. l i eets, in th. .
    Sr.: ,-. containing on Fifth-ftreet, .
    anyone inch, and in depth fixty-two feet fix inches,
    bounded northward' by Wm. Wayne's lot, eaft by
    ground of Peter Leflic, fouthward by a lot late of
    Samuel Shoemnaker, ar.- ,. r.i !.- fth-(reet
    ,.'. .. .-.. ,'.1 .._' ,,D a i ,' ,,,.J -, r ,! ...... an d 1 -3

    .' ... i.I : .. be m ade
    Known at the time and place oi lame.
    By order of the executors to the eilate of David
    Cunning deceafed.
    Samnel Yorke, auft'r.

    ,, a ri n .', Iu I hitI.
    Itreet,--r large aff rt r.et of
    N, iA nOD, !
    Lately irivd', ind entitled to tho diaAabaci, of
    which oiii!ited aalotgu.j will be delive ed by thce
    The coniiti;ons of tih faith will be as follows, for
    approved ivnrf-d n iten, viz.
    6'o :i,)'s credit on all purnh fes under 5oodollars.
    go on aa i pourch'f.- io thie am )unot of 500
    ar. t u dcr Ito O doiiars-
    tzo on asll *uriciaf-s to tie amount of 10 oo00
    Sand under zor dolst,
    igo and igo.iayon all purchiafes tn the amount
    of z,-o.+ doll. and upw,-rdsa
    John Connelly, aunt'r.

    To be fold,
    O N VWednefday, the 04th of March intl. at 7
    o'clock in'the evening, at the City Tavern,
    in Second-ilrcet,
    An tElegant :'ount:-v rat,
    With 9 acres of ground. The houfe is about
    fixty feet front, and forty feet deep, ha: dfomcly
    finiltlied, excellent garden, good iec h(,. and an
    orchard of good fruit. The preti;;s are distant 5
    miles front the city, on the Point no Point road,
    which is at all feafont the beft road le.iiing to the
    city. .Theterms will be made kniwvn at thic timn
    and place of fale, or ,i. ,ii..;.... for private ftlc
    mnay be mnde before the day oft ale to the fub
    fcriber. Immediate poffellion can be given to the.
    Jof-iph ',. i,
    No. Z4o, Race-fereet, corner of 7th.
    Match 15. omwsw
    F,.J I S.la i,
    .A-nd 'ltrch/aalndz' received hi payment, or on a liberal

    A HOUSE and LOT, in the village of Frank-
    for 1 i. finished ; with Coacli-Houfe,
    .2 .[ I -,r n 'it ., :P Dock fereet.

    Commodious Stores in PennIfhreet
    T 0 L ET,
    Or the faume -sili be fold, with the IHouf now
    now occupied by the fubfcriber, of whom, enquire
    for terms.

    . 0to -i- nS-nim-f!f

    7John 7Ynzvj
    Southi )t'rnnn /i'ivct

    Germantown and Perkiomeni
    J'urn i' .e. road Company.
    0, .,I pOSALS in ", for tontrat&s to make
    o 'cn fceliorm i. miles of the Artificial
    .Road to Chin fit-hill, with tone or ftone and gra-
    vel, will be received at the Secretary's Office, at
    Cermantown, until eatho of March next, each con-
    tra& to be for half a mile. Ample fecurities will
    be required for the completion of the contracts.
    * PROPOSALS will afo be received from perfouns
    difpofed to fuperintend the execution of the Con-
    trats, I,..' .' .it will be to. attend constantly
    ot bl. r .. I ,u .Lu 1" d 'I-:
    I' .. .. ...., L I. t '* I' .

    French Tuition
    Upon an Analytical Plan.
    N ICHOLAs G. DUnv Fr, profeflor of the French
    :;guage, has the honor of making known to
    his fellow-citizens, that he has for the fake of great-
    er conveniclce and public utility, removed to No.
    6, foout Fouith-fhreet,' where he will divide his
    hours of tuition in the following manner:
    Attendance on ladies and gentlemen, at their
    own houfes, will be given as ufual, from 9 o'clock
    in the morning till one ; and from 4 in the after-
    noon till 7.
    His Afternoon and Evening School will now be-
    ,i; (every other day) from na to 4, and from 7
    .. I! g .-
    Tranflations from either language into the other
    performed 'with accuracy, elegance, fccrecy and
    N. B-N. G. DUoIELr informs thofe who had no
    opportunity of learning that ufful and universal
    language, that he will keep an .Evening School, at
    the above hours, throughout the whole fummcr,
    and will open his Morning School, from 6 to 8, on
    the I. cf April neot. March.i --imwf zSt

    4,th proof LJan:ica Ramun,
    tFOP. .S..E at No; 7. ...iatth t!.-. r[tr. t,:bvs
    I A e.. ,I, a h: .. I..ler.
    Jatizary i i mwf tf

    Loft this morning,
    A ..-. riro.'.:- '.P.t irLook, either between
    .: C.. .- -I 's Ferry, or upon the
    new T *i 1..,l i: n'tii t latter to the Middle
    F-rr,, containing bank notes to the amount of 90
    .1 .l and fome other papers of no ufe except to
    the owner. Whoever has found the fame, and will
    return it to the office of this Gazette, or to DodSfor
    Richard Fcrg:.fn, No. 5g, i c,'..-.1, .cr. ildil be
    .-",idi.m -1 .' '. .-: .F. rI C,. h I.-1

    Twenty-five Dollars Rewardl.
    J Oi'F i', ,P -ir .1,' evening ihe i ti itl. from
    I.F ,,a 1ut.,ber. .. ee 6. *-':l n;k, byan
    1.-I I'r :rl ( w h > .: n1 i <.1 Ile .ftir th e
    ,- .'er n-,- ,.. articles. "I, e rt .iu..el a moll
    e'. :ellc', hirai e. r recommendation apo'rently
    frim Mr. t'..e. -i-, taVern-keeper, fign of the
    tlh :i clon, j r r- i 1- .J- a .1 n 1 1
    riae ? at c,i- ...1ci iT i e I ?r.-. a -
    ,:li c 1. oL:.url ie n v 7' '. i' 1." I- .

    ,mc inpexion, idak hair, around back i,2 : f.
    toft Ilw voice, floven ii her drefs ; had on a dark
    blue letricoa & dark. hrt gon. Thero are tfir-g
    ev leinces that rhe ha :.ii .- i.r. i *i. 1.1
    ionii n other timilbe=. e -
    A I r.9 .: i'. wa-tch, ihe fu'fcri','w picture
    fet in gold, a geld mour -irg ring conrneiled, with
    a cyrher R. IR. on 'ihe hair, a piir of patent fiver
    bi cklis, two blirt', two new tbirtI bodies, an India
    cnton, tiuilecioth, two pair while cotton tloc.tings,
    one pair fhtn t ,i-.' i" : .. fix m tlin G avals,
    fix p .. .. r l. ', filk, two liwn ; a
    awhle .1.. ,... ,i. a .cap trnmmetid with lice
    Hid black era ii.. a 1ir of boots, a pair of woatia'
    ihoes wiih cr.pe b )wvs
    T'~;e above rtwari will be pzid to any person te-
    curingthe l.iid thief in the i .l f it' city, by
    1'. I .ilt.it .
    March s-'3. .
    Is) L',E I,

    A large convenient houfe,

    N O. 0 8z, Arh-,reet. For particular, enquire
    at 178, Arch-ftrrct, or. No. 2,-.S. Second.-

    A large 3-Sto7y Brick Ho fe,
    In 7.'. ..i.. i, ntar ti e C... r.,r of :' '. l.

    March t.

    IN tk.: fecond, third and fourth flories, of the.
    Sra.i .f .,;. l. N. N W. corner of High
    and .... I C.. i l, occ i ,pi.il h. '1-.n D -
    vis& '. ,, well .1 .. J ..Ii ." I
    forage of wet and dry goods, (having a tackle for
    holdingg) Pcffellioi can be given immediately, on
    application to
    Champneys c (lGay,
    L ,',, .

    A Perfen who is well acquainted with manufac-
    turing of Gui-Powder, of good character,
    and who cai be -wcl recomnimend'ed, with or with-
    out a family. Such a ,. Li.I will meet ..-..1
    encouragement by applying to
    D ,iv id ( iTi .-ij i ,
    Feb ... -- '; C ... .-r p;, r "1 *; ,.

    SchuylkillI PermaneliL
    TIHEl Stockholders for *.. ";,,. Permanent
    1 L Br'idger over the river : I.,. '.l11, at or near
    the city of Philadelphia; are hercly requefted to
    pay to the Treafiurer, No. 13, Church alley, on or
    before the lit day of April next, two dollars on
    each fhare by them r ':, .t .1, held-on which
    payment their ecrific i I iffued.
    By order of the Board,
    iilla;it Banks, Sec'ry.
    Exrav' Jifom irte Sib siWiin 'f, ile AIc of Inomro-
    rTii. ty :-
    t, "..1 = i | y confifrniably to
    the i ... i.. '.Dir lors, incur
    a pcina.y of five per centuin' per lonth."
    M t'ch r. d 't
    j ,ol:t or Miilaid,
    lhinheaT Danitil, Note, in ta:'r, and indorfe,
    b y t h e c; u b f c n b c r fi .. 1 -
    ,ef <]:,o'i., the 7 ih, i R80 payaba ,-u ,-.. '-3'
    V',oev r his fouinld ahe f?-mne, at .i will return :t tc
    the *. I. '. at lN .. z';, Marlet-Srect, hial;
    be rewarded for their trou-le.
    Thom-as Paitinore.
    N .. ',` :,, ,

    I perfons indebted to the eate : Ci', "
    f KNIGOHT, decealfc, are requceLd to nake
    fpeedy payment; and thofe. ,, .
    faid estate, to exhibit their claims properly authen-
    ticated for settlement to

    March 10c--

    V2'/asu Ciiibuetrf,
    Antboivny Cu/au 1hi Ere'rs.
    G,'oip-u'Ladul'I et

    ALL Perfensindebted to the ctale of Gen. James
    Gun:.s, deceafed, are requeled so m ri ce payment to
    the Subfcriber, and all thofe w'-o ih. tv any de-
    mands afaioift laid elate, are dkfired to peL-faent
    their accounts properly aticftJd, to
    Johliua B. Bond, Admihtistratmr.
    Sept rmbr ai.
    D ,C d'.t '".:' i 1 ( "'i .i t

    T HE SIafcription TBok for the lauldable and in-
    Itrreetiing-undei takiai of opening a Canal be.
    .tweei t ihfa two wateis, will be kp: peni at the
    Compting-htiufe of Leve liolinttlgorti atind Son,
    all ire week from ihe Sih to the i 3thi i ti i motlh ;
    atthe dwelling houfe of Ienjamin 1 -lMorgan. No.
    4t, Arch turec, trom the 15('t to the zodi ;. at the
    houtle of lonathan 1. Smith, No. 67, N. Third-
    fir.--,. f6otm die zd to the 27th ; anil 51 J nines C,. Filhi, N,. a Arch-flrcet, from the
    29th oih,,- present month to the gth April next,
    when it is hoped the book may be cio~fd by the li-
    heral patrona, of the citzcins of Ihiulde plia iin
    filling the fubc'rip'i n cont-mplated. -
    The importance of the bj-j:' to the citizens ge-
    neraiy, the pri,&uaf itity of the w i k, ,, .1. -
    thereof, when cimtpred with. '.- r. -- i- -r :'e
    de'figr, and the profpet of .a; .- r.' i i t
    is hoped will induce a read: fubfcr ptl n fr.,m a!l-
    well wiihert to the agricultural and commercial is-
    tereflt of the late oft Petinfv.vania
    onahai B. ':
    yames C. I':shtr;
    John Mh.1m .
    B.i'.jit in R. l Moir.at
    Levi l -, *b
    Comnilione:s appint:d y !.w to take
    fubfcripiimn in the city.
    Q^" The fuhfceription is t .o hundred jolarrs yetr
    thare, and ca tnnot !- c 'ei! le fe' u tiit the Co nip-,)
    be o 4.aifed. n.l then prostably i lir.a'i i-i l -
    mnentsf 25 o 5o datilari., ns the money may bs cx-
    Se ,drd inc txecikiii the orotk.
    Mhrch 8 ld tn t

    An excellent Farm, to .t,

    S i I'.~- TI E .- .n ;,;'h Ik.,, -'r-,1 W.'Chdeft e
    roads, about two and a half miles from this ci-
    ty, and half a mile from Lancafthr rrp.. r .
    containing no x 3.:ric -. '-. -renf .'- i .: ,,i ri
    ard, w ith ab'ut i '; ii l'..i.:-ti rii '- ir...-., five
    ": .. L. : r:. f ir -.h r .-.,: i -l w ith
    ,' .' '. Jt i. ...-ut n : i.w 4s acres of
    .!..r j .d ,-.I ''h r cr..i '., ... ,: '~! .,re

    ing through, 9 acres of ploigbed land. &c&c-
    A bc L I .:: i.-i ,,i i : i rri ,
    ,, I ,i l

    It l .. .1.
    : '1 ,'' ,,m L .r 0, ,,. I tenant,

    Si I

    A bout ['C ,- : .. ,r _]*n 'i *.
    H ay ; H '. '. ..

    *T e Co-P'r I' u ,l','.

    IS this day dTolved .,. c ". i'" C ..II -
    f .ons wh -o have any.. i... 1, i li, ti. ir., .r- .
    qu -l ed t ', ., [I. I i '- .c i [r r ,d i. .'..' 1 and

    SJohn I Iti- I vr.

    S Lo- u iii. withMr. Geoi ;. l'. .. 'i- I-
    tends fhorl haveto aiy ..to tat ity. r.

    March 9-
    cuefted t. \, .1. 0.. f ,,:.. .u r. h r ..: and

    all tholey, to either of whom all uns. 'due to ake
    laid nrm arc to be paid.

    pam Nathani.... el Philips, y i.:.e A..
    John Philips, toaney infaS ,
    John Philips, younger, [Thomas Alt-
    Robert Philip-, ley.
    George I ., Singer
    D .cc. 3 .. -

    EVnds ortl Gy to remove to ayaccoty.modaed

    OneMarch 9-Rcard

    O N Veledncfday the 3do infl ran away from the
    'fubfcriber, a mulatto girl, named ane St.
    Clair-She is i years of ae, 4 feet 8 Or 9 inches

    high, of lender make ; ad oin when "he went a-
    i Jon i.il n, i i .i parents near
    I i ..... .reward, hut no charges, will
    be paid by ti..l.John Phps, to any perfo, who will
    deliver the :-i. ..ii r-. it the north-weft corner of
    Fifth and Powbel-ftrects.

    t .- George .i
    as the law ,. .1 .. .]

    as the law d. ...t:

    March 8.

    WtVm. Thackara, jun.

    A l T. rr.. indebted to the estate ofi inc;,
    it i .i..I this city, faw maker, .1..: i-..1,
    are reqeol-nI *s nvi-'-, pi-nit-n-t-: And allthofe who
    have ;. ..... .' .-..-. it.. '.id estate, to furnii,
    their accompts properly attefled for settlement, to

    M arch r- dint i... :., .l i '.11,-.tr t.
    t. i. Ib 1 c 'lii (Ii 'ti' ,

    In the ciy of' Philada. For Sale..4
    A iL thofa t.-o losl of ground with the l-,'re and
    -I commodious brick boule thereon ti,', .,, j at
    tile fouth eai' c-.ner ofrWalnut and 7t-.'rn. ora..
    One' of thle out'es, in tie. .T if,.., -'.1 '. iiii.u .
    Hcrzdith tiq. ii well tfitiithed a i. luted for a largt
    I'arnily. T'c oiwher in the puffl'.son of (he Infur-,
    ance Comphiny of P'nnifyl'vania, is well fituaed ifr'
    a w.re hourif or ainy other mercantile aftcbliftv.eit.
    Aifo, the lot of ground aud twof ory wooden
    houl', hereo, ftimated at the north eaft corner of
    Dock and Secend-ttreets, now poffiffed aa a grocery
    ftore by T'homas Birown.
    Alfi,, thab valn.ble four ftory brick wire houft
    fitsated on Front and V; i. ; r I
    bridlgv.atd now iu the pof r. r. r. .' .: i, i-m
    Kerad inld Co. The ftus i .. : .... ur i ,'i'
    ef iuli fpacilous and, cleg 1, t .. a '.,' .U
    im ortant' objef: for men r 'i 1.. i 'i.
    '1 he terms' fa ale w ill .: c i '. t ."ir e,: '
    -apply to.
    Richard Petars, junr
    No. 85, Walntit ireet"
    ervsemrer .idf
    .i;.." L ,;ol':,r; i'e ",\..d. ,
    Whereas a biae of Broad Cloths & Caffiimerts mark-
    ed WS No 8, landed from fhip Hiope, at right's
    wharf, 'a taken away by a Porser, while the peo-
    pie artencdi tin difchiaree wer, at linEer, and af.
    .ter dili'gfn enquiry amp-ng the confsgneea cannot
    be heard of-and whereas the faid Porter. was feen
    by a Gentleman t ad-ag near, who can describe
    hib perlfn, but t'n' tuot know his n ame. Tha
    above re-arId will be paid to any perfap who will
    give iafotrmrtion of thc faid baie, fo that it may be
    recovered ; or if the torier wi t, to.k it away wilt,
    retuin it, no profecution will be commencedt
    against him. Apply to
    s-'I._ Smith1,
    No. 14, South lroont.rcet, Or
    R. f.ddowes,
    Of. 24-- 4 No. a, North Eighth. street.
    -, FOR SALb.,
    An Elcganit Country Seat :'
    JUST rinitfhed, with 8S acres of good land, cf.,
    able of the .." ,..*. -,e.. ci, about thitemilea
    tfom the cii). i et.-e'. : :.' load and the canal.
    Il a an elevtated, healthy Stuatiot, commanding a
    delightful vi fcatt within two miles rauod.-Oa the P r.,-.,l
    there it a trick Dwell ig.Houfe 46 feel ,.%r.tl
    a Piazza, e ith railirg back and fro:Mt,wt.l .i ,li
    a pump f cecelisnt watex, a frame c.ac ...o '
    and ltable, 1a8 fee- by o, ready to be tei'.-i ,iu1-
    plaec the purehafer choofes oa the pren.ie., apd
    anlt other nueceffa, o. '.t, i App!y to
    ;' t' '- shoemakerr etr

    Honry 1 .'i, .', -
    IToufe.carpenter,No.32, Elizabeth ntarSeventhi ,
    fireets, between Spruce and Pine-flreets.
    Auguri :;0-
    'hs ,is 1 .. > gr., c G'OiCC, C ,
    THAT lthe Subtcriber, of Cecil County, hath
    obtained letters of Adminiftratior eon the psreonal
    tilate of. I.anhertr I i:.er y, diecr fed, late of tI*..
    ftid eanuotiv.-Al peilont; having anoy .-. 'T "
    faid atfatte, aic hereby w.-rnie to exhibit ai l'atmt,
    w ith ht h oeticer. ro, to the f'aSfcr:Letr, aJ r.
    before the firft iey nf j-inutry oOxt, ixthevfit",..
    will be exciluddei iaw, to all bentit aof fai.t ef.
    lite, given uind.a ry hard, this tlht iday oi-jally,
    1o01. A

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