Title: Massachusetts Mercury
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Title: Massachusetts Mercury
Uniform Title: Massachusetts Mercury (Boston, Mass. 1797)
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1797-1800
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1797)-v. 16, no. 52 (Dec. 30, 1800).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Mercury (Boston, Mass. : 1793)
Succeeded by: Mercury and New-England palladium

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'bp:-- rinte b mtg an b -imn titE' to Me 10norto the rtentrA Cottrt.
: At tr'c;r Orrio in the BUILDING formerly occupied by Be B tANCI-BANC, a mining the PosT-O ics, and near the CUrsTroa-Hovse, South-fide of STATE-STRPEET.

o. .- V XVI.] TUESDAY, jULY 29, 1800.- [Three Dollars per Ann.
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For Liverpool,
--. [ iiE new Ship WAR-
S RINGTON, ErRha.i-DFLANxo,
:'"v i, Cf'om',aolnrcr, will be ready to receive
S.-. lcigt in a f-w days. and 'will loon he
i r l.id. ia.,vii:, half her Cargo ready to tarce -on
,a T. Ihoe W4 i anro, is caiculateid for a very
.:" .ri' cr, u'lt by an aapprovcd workman, has been
carcfuyv ii ted by an experienced Maft r, and is
trbailtaly ,a o'd a vcliclI as any in the State. For
ir,.iglt ,! Paf'al-., ihavivg good acconixodatiois, ap-
\o:g'SA and CAPIRn'I;, S,,uthb-/;o the l via'Lt.
i i.t. t )
For BRISTOL,
'-2-- HE well-knovwn Ship
'4. rFOnXWELL, HEts B \RcARD,
.l.,. V'Ui:after ; will fail with all conveicrnt
fped. For Freight or Pallage, apply to
DAVENPORT arid TUCKER. July 1x.
.Fo. P oar Baltinoi e,
HE Schooner FED E RA I.
i GoaIE, A. Arnold, Maftcr, will
fail in a few days. For Frcight or
e4_ __ Paflage, apply to the Mafter on board,
cr at No. 1,eng-Wharf, Where are jor Sale,
Six CANNON, nine pounders.
July 52.
FOR SALL,
HE Blrigt. PoLty,, bur-
X then about 80 tons, new theathed
lalt voyage, built at S-uanfey, is calctda-
ted for a cargo of Proviiions for the
'Weft-iria -tirtde, single deck, dimensions are 55 feet 3
inches in length,8 feet io inches depth, 17 feet 8 inch-
es breadth. For terms and Inventory, apply to fIohn
W. juircy, at the Ship Broker's Office, No. 4, Butler's
se. J uly 22.
Wanted on Freight,
A Veogel, So or 0oo tons
burthen. Apply at
Naoif 6, Long- Wharf.
July 22. _." .
WANTED TO P'JRCHASE,
Cood Schooner, from 70
to 90 tons burthen. Inquire at
u.. Jo 33, Long- Whaf.
s-- July 22.
r God chance for a Trader.
TO BE SOLD,
X Genteel Dwelling Houfe,with Store
-and out-buildings thereto belonging, fituated in
Concord, in the ftale of News-Hampjhire, together with
ahout fix arec -c xcellcnt jLand, being tihe late refi-
denosc of Ur.'r.Vr-,taM DUN i:caN, cecealed. Th1i rit.-
ation is admiasblv calculated, either for a private Gen-
tleman or Trader, being in a flouridiing Town, with
every profpca of a future increase. The terms arc
moderate, and aiy reafornable credit t will be give. For
particulars, inquire of R. G. AroRy, Boeion, or CARr LES
WALntKR, Efq. at Concord. July zz.
rpHE Copartnerfhip of ED-WARD
L C. HOWE and SON, will be diffolved on the
Ift of Auguft next. All perfons having demands are
rerquelted to call and receive their dues of, and all in-
dehted are desired to make payncent to either of the
Snbferibers. EDWARD C. H-0OWE,
JOSEPH HOWE
.DoJon, rs'5 2a.
t1 I- The Ropemaking Bufinefg will
be continued by the Subferiber, at the Walk hitherto
improved by the above Firm ; where he wild folicit
the continuance of his former Cultomers and Fnriends
in particular, and every favor gratefully acknowledged.
JOSEPH HOWE.
LANI)S.
--O be fold at Publi'c Vendue, to the
S highlefl bidder, at the hInle of Joseia VrLL.AMs,
in Savoy, on Monday, the 8th day of September ntxt,
at one o'clock. P. M. fo much of the following lots as
vill pay tIhe Taxes fit againfl: each Lot and ail1 inter-
vening (i ,.., (the following Lots were laid out to
the original Proprietors of a T.erwnifhip granted to Wri.-
ZIAIvi BULLOCKi, Efq. and others, at Hoaofi.ck, in the
County of Beriflire,) part of faid Lots are included in
the Towns of Savoy and ClarlJiburg. ThefeLotsare
Thefe Lots are Ico Acres each, and Acres each, and
the Tax: 7 Cents each. I the Tax 46 Cents
I each.
.No fax No Tax ox Tax o Tax No rTax Nlo Tax
Lot Cis. Lot Cts. Lot Cts. Lot Cts. Lot Cts. Lot Cts.
I 57 66 57 114 57 142 57 1 46 30 46
8 57 67 57 115 S7 143 57 z 46 31 46
9 7 57 68 57 117 57 144 57 8 46 3.15 46
1o 57 7r 57 123 57 r48 57 iz 46 40o 46
8 57 74 57 Trzt 7 149 57 13 46 41 46
2. 57 77 57 7,2 57 '5z 57 14 46 43 46
f6 57 33 57 125 57 153 57 5I 46 44 46
29 57 85 57 T26 57 164 57 19 46 47 46
32 57 89 57 r27 57 66 57 20 46 48 46
37 57 9" 57 rZ8 57 X68 57 21 46 49 46
38 57 93 57 129 57 169 57 23 46 52 46
4r 57 95 57 131 57 174 57 24 46 31 46
43 57 99 57 -32 57 ISo 57 s5 46 56 46
A S 57 ic6 57 134 571 65 57 1 6 46 59 46
52 57 It 57 135 57 618 57 27 46 60 46
6L 57 117, 57 136 57 6 57 228 46 63 46
65 57 113 57 145 57 57 29 46 46
ASAHEL CARPENTER, Colleasqr.
Re,..bLo, rl,(v ,o, 1800. Jr8
yEAN JACQ ,CUES CHOLET.
ES perfonnes qui pourront decouvra
I e Sr. JEAN JACQIES CHOLET, de cofileurs
nf ci de In Croix des Bourluet dipendant du Port-au-
Prinrc, taille 5 pilds, age r17 3 i8 ans, cheveuix noir,
chatin cre:i6, vifage round grav6 de Verret, veux noir,
foucils noirs, ncz court. bouche petite, partira du Pot-
ar Pri,,ce dns I courr'n d'Abut ct 7brr,1799 avec uine
eapitoine Ain:irleaioi pour ofl.n. Voudront prevenir
Miadlemoifel!c MlIIINUT PINGANO, refdtalit 6. N,-o-
"arr, Pump-Arect. No. 5, qui les recompenfes g6n&rcux.
trilet a8, 8ec.
SEFT, ifome time fince, at No. 45,
...,..4 arlrhoieoghu-ftreet, a MUFF. The onvner nlav
lhac it by proshia LphI. I.V and paying for this Ad-
onrtrrment. Jly z8.


QUESTIONS and prepared them to meet the threatened danger
T'o Merchants, Store-keeper.r, and Tr 27 P+ When France difcovers a pacific temper, he meets
eIn in general, O ., --es a .,P..---- them on conciliatory ground ; and, rifling the
Dft, mRAY Gentlemen, is a p&erfe Atandard of Di F-Ro TE SAL GAZETTE, o J dilpleafure of contra&ed politicians at home, and
count, or interest, calculated on every Dollar i, or Ju the jealousy o a rival power abroad, he fteadily
(without exception) from ;oo, from one dato AT government h poffeffes the con- purfues his duty, making the good of his country
fixty-four days inclufive, of any value, whether uf a HAT government which po the co pursues his dut, makng the go of his country
a Standard, or as a check upon theenqqirers own.(l- fidencc of the governed, is founded on the alone the pole Rat of his condua.
culations? mot fure and permanent bafis and will produce From this summary and very imperfet review
2d, Is it of any importance toknow the bcflt mth .~ the greatest realand filbitantial good. Our own of Mr. AnaMS's public life, let us contemplate
of computing the exchanges, between this country and civil Conflitution-beautiful in theory and falu- where we fall find a man worthy to fupplant
the principal maritime trading place in Ruffia,Si-edn; ty i prac unis the unqualified approba- him. u !ld talents, s.boundlefs zeal
Denmark, Norway, Prullia, Poland, Germany, Hollsnd, tary in pranice-unites the unqualifed approba- him. 1; unequw1led talents,
Flandcrs, Spain, Portugal, Italy, in fcveral of the Wind-" tion of every good and discerning man ; and fuch for his country's welfare, his long and unrivalled
ward and Leeward Weft India lflands, and many ports are its obvious merits, that upon this fubje&t even services, all hold him up as the fitteft charaaer
in the Ealt Indies ? political incendiaries are mute. This firlt of na- for our Chief Magiltrate.
3d, Is a Table of all the Coins and Monies of Account ional bleffings being thus happily fecured, it be- In a future communication, I fhAll endeavour
in the places aforefaid, of any ufe i
4th, Are tile Coins and Monies of Account in the comes of p-imary importance that its adminiltra- to point out the evils bhat would refilt from Gen.
aforelaid places, when reduced to Dollars and Cents, tbn be entrufted to men renowned for wifdom PIN.KNEY5 or any other perfon, becoming Mr.
of any service? and patriotism, and uniting in their perfons as APAM S's fucceffor in Office at this jun&ure.
5th, Is a Table of Compound Intereft of any utility ? i great a fhare of popular love and confidence as A SALEM FEDERALIST.
6th; Is he 'Table, by which the Banks determine the may be obtained from the difcordant temper, and
value of gold, defirable? ..
7th, Is the amount of Interet, accurately calculated incongruous materials of which our nation is The following Addrefs from the Iton. SAMUve
for each month, from one to twelve months, and on ev- formed. LYMAN, Reprefentative to Congrefs for the Second
ery Dollar (without exception) from I to ,00ooo, of any The time is faft approaching, when a new elec- Weftern Diftria in this State, declining being confid-
value .t tion of a Chief Magi rate devolves upon us. We ered a Candidate at the next eleCtion, was publiffied
in a Spritugfield Paper of the 14th infl. but we have not
8th, Is a Table of all the pote-towos in the United ? annot be too often reminded of the ihfidious arts till this time been able to percent it to our readers.
States, and rates of poflage therewith, of ally ufe ? and prices ufed at fch times, for eleioner-
9th, Will not all thefe together make a book, as gecn- and pra.ices ufed at ifch times, for eleAioneer-
erally ufcful and convenient as ever entered a count- ilg purpofes-with what flkill and facility politi- FAREWELL ADDRESS OF THE
ing-houfe or Riore? cians form and maneuvre, with the adroitnefs of "'ho Dtam I ILVma I
Ioth, Will not the whole, when comprized in aquar- a military phalanx-how jefuitically flkilled in
to volume of from zoo to 5So pages, be worth Two difgufifng the real point of attack, and making t0 IIS CONSTITU2ENTS.
And latly, Is the pcrfon, who at the expen-e offour their arrangements under naflsed batteries-with P-iendr and Fellow-C;tizens,
thoufand dollars undertakes to perform upward of on .bun- what obttiiate fecrecy they will withhold matters T THANK you for your repeated and almost
dred andfixty taouf. ndcalculations of Intero,, and of giving of fa&f-and how they will magnify and pervert I unanimous fuffrage, by virtue of which, I
all the preceding information to the public in the myf the moft trivial circumstances, to aid their favour- have for a number of years part, held a feat in
complete manner, deferving of your encouragement and ite purpose. Congrefstrhis honor, at the enfuing elc&ion, I
support ? n e purpose. g -is g
It the anfwer is in the affirmative, you are individu- It is well known that there has been a difcon. with to decline ; and on this dccafion, I think you
ally and refpedfully invitedto fubfcribe in one of the tented party, from the commencement of the will indulge me without apologizing, if I take
Specimen Books, exhibited at the federal Banks and operation of our federal government ; and that the liberty to, make a few remarks, relative to
Infunce Offices, and the Book-flore of West and it was considerably augmented when a fyflem of the political Rate of our country-On this fub-
GREENLEIAF, No. 56, Cornhill. w:eutralityr, relative to the present European con- je&t, I am fenfible you fl-and in no need of argu-
cuted, is proper to ate, that the df ork il not be ee-for teft, nwaswifely adopted by General WASHING- ments, to confirm your attachment to your coun-
euted, un!efsfftpeen hundr/dfubfc'ribers are obtained; for
Four Thoufand Dollars is too much to haza.. TON. From that time, this has been made the try ; and I know your charaaer, for federalifm
Nothing is to be paid in advance, neither will it be rallying point of all the oppofers of governmental is high; it is not excelled by that of any other
expected of fiubfcribers to take the work when publifl- measures. Hencearofe a diftin6tion, opprobrious Diftri&: but a fpirit of SURMISE and of JEA-
ed, if it is not delvcred rigoroully confirmable to my and difgraceful to Americans, from a real or imr- Lou.Y has gone forth, and.it may even reach
affixedeto the Specimen Books, each of which contions aginary partiality to Great Britain or France. you. It is againfl this fpirit I caution you ;
of fix detached pages of the work. This impolitic and absurd desire of interf~r.nce this is the fpirit that can undermine and destroy
I am, with great refpedt, in tranfatlantic disputes, is continually conjuring the Temple of Liberty as well as the Throne of
Gentlemen, :up fome evil fpirit to haunt the repofe, and dif- Delpotifm-Of what will you be jealous ? Of
Your humble fervent, urb the prosperity of our country. Having feen I our own power ? Will yoqr jufftify a man who
JOHN ROWLETT, tfo much evil arifing from this contemptible cclo- hall be guilty of fuicide, because he hath no
"OSwCt4-r th. 0; wor1e. a ". i. ', .. p-a, f--'-t we cannot too hiphlv appreciate the icon-4anea- eier-.-,, his right or let hand, both
finn, to the Prclident and Dircctors of the sank ot wife, m.l.agiuarllllous aia. iidep i:det chaa.tc"r if .f e .. tom ojorm o' go
North America, and has already received the patron- our present Chief Magiffirate. With pride and and wholefome F...cd.-Are not al who adminif-
age of JOHN ADAMS, Prcfid,,nt of the United States; fatisftlion we can retrofpe& the political life of ter yourGovernment, people Lf your own choice ?
of THOMAS JEFFERSON, Vice-Prelclent of the U- tiis venerable ftatefman ; all his public doings and at regular periods, do you not poffefs the
united States, and Prefident of the Seniate ; of a large is v
number of the Senators and Members of the Houfe of will pafs the ordeal of inquifition, with honour darling prerogative of killing and of making a-
Reprefentatives of the United States ; and of the Pre- to himself and "his country: in every fuch a& live ? Is it poffible for them to lay burdens upon
fidents and Dire&ors of the different Banks UNANI- we recognize the enlightened civilian, and fReady --ou and exempt themfclves ? Or can you fuppofe
Movusi,. Tlre Spacimen Book in the Bank of Nort'i patriot, should we begin with him at the prelude they" would be inftrumental in eftablilhing a prin-
America, is killing very faft with fufcriptions,, frnme of our revolution, when his manly and energetic ciple, which in its, operation would destroy the
for 2 copies, fome for 3 coFies, and fine for 5 co-
fdies, and t take this opportunity of gratefully acknonl- appeals to his countrymen greatly tended to kin- Conflitutian, and fo entail mifery and wretched-
edging allifavours. fun 3- dle into a .flame that fire of-patrictifm whicb is nefs upon their posterity, certainly you cannot.
TAKE NO-TICE. inherent in their nature-his firm and decided t When therefore you hear declamations about a
TOTICE is hereby given to the non- politics in Congrefs, "in thofl times which tr'ed fiaonig army, about the liberty of theprefs, and a-
dent proprietor of nd li inthe one's fouls"-his zealous fupperrt of the measure bout Execslive Power, be rot difmayed, but re-
ef. Sthben, in the county of IWaiingt n, and diffriof of of Independence, when the pfcudo patriots of the member that fuch is the language of thofe, wlhoft
i~fine, that their lands are taxed to the State,Towln & Iday, by tcneporizing, would have loll the glorious, zeal is not always the refult of knowledge or of
County, for the year 1799, and committed to nme to boon-his iiivallunble services irin Hollind, when imilegrity-Be not afraid ; our firft magilfrate is
colleCt in the following order, viz. by his force of reasoning and diplomatic lkill he eminent for integrity, talents, and experience i
Tauox .s Piousroi l 90ooAcrcs obtainr-d important aid for his country, wlile fle and the gentlemen Aho ari at tihe head of the
D. C. co ". ,, was ltruggii.ig with ani implacable foe. Thle cit- great departments of State, are all men of integ-
88 3 c. 2 g. izns of \affiachnlfetts cannot but !tolledt with rity and talents-Btut you will afle me, what oc-
Unlefs faid taxes are paid to rme the gratitude the important (hare hl borse in framing caifons fuch extreme party fpirit, and wly is our
Subfcriber, withintervening charges, on or before the our1 late Conlittution.' With fuch induflry nrd country divided into two great parties ? I amn.
third day of Srctember next, then fo much of faid land folicitude did he purfuie this important undertak- fewer, it is tIe confequence of extreme liberty an 1
will be fold at Public AdCtion, at my dwelling houfe ing, that (to the writer's personal knowledge) a higher degree of liberty cannot exit, without
in faid Steben, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, (and to after retiring from public dclib ration, he fpcit endangering the whole ; the reason why it cas-
continued from day to day until as much be fold) as i nights in maturing that Conftitution, not exill, is becaulfe the nature of man will nit
will pay faid taxes anld charges. 0
SAMUEL STEVENS, Collcior. sWhich has proved fiuch a pcrfe& model, as to admit of it ; his pride and ambition require very
Steelen, uly 8, 1800. 'y 0z. have been made the fcale by which other State powerful retraints : therefore, all thofe who teach
Sam el u k, Confitutions have been regulated. ELit all his the doaricne of modern liberty and equality, are
Samuelprior services feemed to be lollt in the magnitude falfe teachers ; they are either decei'ers or art
Has imported inthe Minerva, capt.Robinifon, fromLonsrn of that by which lie negotiated our IPeace and deceived ther.felives-A certain Frcnch Author,
and for Sale--at bis Store, in Battery-March-Street, Independence, when we con!fider tile complicated very flrewdly and ferlfibly obferves upon this fitb.
near T INTS and COLOURS, embarraffinent!s with which he had to conten:d- jut6, tiat nothing i; fo unequal as equality. I ad-
PAINTS and COLOURS, the artful fineffe of the Britil Court, whliil, "led mire the frame and conliftution of our Goven-.
Confiing of almog every Ariclre in that Li-t, through c.vious pat._ s"-t he ulrfleady friendflio ment, becaulfe it controls in fome degree, that
'D and ack Verdigrife, P of the minirlltry of Verfalil s, willing to facrdfice rrneqral l el;ty, and at the fame time, gives op-
iDan Blue, White Lan d (dry and ground in f l) tis to their fickle poicy--amnd the pliabilitv of pcriumynly' for the fulleil display of all the anmia-
Red do. India Red, White Vitriol, Umber, Rofc and one of his corii-gutes, more a philosopher 'than ble and excellent attributes, which dign ify' ma'
Dutch PinkLetLherage, Rotten and Pomice Stone, Or- ltatefnlan : thefe wcre obf!aclcs 'which his tPLady as a facial being-You alfo afli, why does there
ange Red, Wet Lake, Venditcr and Slip Blue, with al- pcrfeverance firmounted--fo that our iudepen- exi[ fIuch divifien in our National Councils ? I
moft every article ufed in the Paper Staining Line- dence xvts ratified in the nolt ll un itrcd irfe,- I ,wver it is becaulfe they are composed of m.en of
Whiting, bet cplu, Caked Water (CGu olur) m.ariom. our territories ceded to their utmot bou;ida s is- lie pAsIfons with yourfl!ve-.-If you will coal.
Patent Bi'ufl es and Tools, Camel's and ourr fiflieries, that force of wcalthi unequiv- fider mankind, as poeffeing fome pitriotilm, and
Hair Pencils, Gold and Silver Leaf, Miniature Sittings, ccally fectrred to us. Thefe are bleflings wiruch a little more felfihnefs and pride ; you will be
Glafs Paper, Paint and Pallet Knives, Glazier's Dia- IIMr. ADAMS was ehine:tly nlInflruanotal in pro- able, not only to comprelihend the jarring iter.
monds, Copal, black and rozin Varniflics, build amd curing, and for which he is en:it!.d to the ever- es of a great Nation, but you will afro under-
raw Oil. lilting gratitude and veneration of his c:untry.-- hand all the Mylteries of Governnmet--I know
A/J, 9 by 7, io by 8, and 12 by xc, P I over his intervening idulties, which hI: nii- y,:1 u want to be more particular, .ad to afl ano-
Crown Glafs-with many oher Articles, hichhe will ifornly dlfcharyed wit: intelligence and fidelity, tcr quefion, you wi h to know how it liappeus,
fell on reasonable terms. what do we find, in his administration as Chief that the federal interest is divided ii the Nation-
Lilesufejor Sa/e, this Chair Mantuf:rt.ay, Muagil{hate, to diminiflr oilur confidence ? For there ai Councils-This is a delicate quellion, and a
'Windfor, Fanback, and Fancy Chairs, ,` rct.ognizC tlre fue hitveligant Statfinn, and :rin- fhort anfwer is better than a long one : however,
Settees, all of the new.el F:hl lons. /'"- o Patriot. While many politicians have I will jult o'ftrve that the federal interest is not
July 1r. (twtf)
Ju-- y_. (twtf) --- vi{,wed tie interefl of their country through the divided infentf~ent, or in theprincp/es of acnirnii-
FOR e aLE, mcdtliti of paffion or prejmtdidc, Mr. Aarlms, ierirg ti Gvrnmrint ; but there i: a divifo ; as'o
/ HOUSEpleafanty situated in Northn '-, d
.. Benmet-ltreet, with three" rooms on a floor, threc etu l edid-ihg tihe tiwortthy' diitiic ior.s of mrenaodo meafitrer, tr.re ii a div//on ar/o the degree
ories hg, amid a fine yard to thr e Iro mis, with a god ,nglo or (Gallo-Americans, has difconverl d no of btrreland animf/ity nec fry to be ,d in order to
oes ll and a fine yard' tel t fr uinprovok injury, no prej:eic ferr w' gion to !.ovrnrent. Almall party,
Alfo, For Sak'-Two Sfinall HOUSES, but for his native landl. Wh; France, unprin- I fup'ofe hEhcerely believe, that a few bold ftrokes
in Prince-fireet. For terms apply to LEVI LANE, at cp'e ad d voracious aC vulture, bagan to make woy!d !;lence all opposition, others ft, o, let it
his Store, North-End. :us a pryc, he unedu-d the tocip in the ears of be done by civility ad found argument; fo here
Ta Let-A LOFT, on Lane's-Wharf, hi, ot'.try,,e, ; :n language bold ,r'd nafcrie i they are at iffue; but their ultimate view are
S68 by i8 feet. Apply as above. (tf.) ju'Ly z. as iis gra.t fitu!,l he routed thtcm from apathy, the fame, they all vi(h for peace and tranquility


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--.T;s difoord- is ftavrable to the -olpefition ; tion. If youdp not anfwr, it watbe a far con-
"they a 'in perfes unifn, and it they are fo for- clhfion that you-are guilty, and your silence will
tumite as to becom- the MVjority, we (hall he fo induce meto propofe a quefion of a more furious
unfortunate as to he called a Fastion and-Difor- nature
ganizers, and it is probable, that thus alternately Query I. When a man is appointed Attorney-
two greac parties will adminifler the Government, General of the Rate of Pennfylania, does he ox
and it is nut altogether improbable, but they will oATH declare he will sUIpORT the Lawvs
udmrntii1er it upon nearly the fame principles, n .t II. Is it confiftent with his duty as an attor-
altogetler fr ccien fra, l.t becanfc their intere/l ney-general to advice the good people to oppofe
owilcomp/i t 'm. Tlhus there will be a perpetUal any tax legally impofed ?-
r,:rugSle for pov.'cr-tle grnat objects of ambition 1 III. Did you or did you not advife a gentle-
will he authnrihy and famen.-Su:h is MAa~r;'s man of this City who is opposed to the tax for
t icmfuous fia of liberty" ard nothing can hulh watering the city, to continue his opposition, and
its tmnuliuous vwa;res, excepting t hat Spirit,which to refuse fubmifflon to that law ?
SreRed upon the face oE the great deep ;" but .- w -*...
jt is the duty of all'Men to divert theimfeles of
party .niniOliity, and to live together like ,reth-
e uoha' IVe e received a p lper and letter from Halifax'
'Having paiT.d through a great variety of pub- of the i 7th i,. which contains the folHowing items
1;c iciesR and fhared liberrAly in the hoin rs of of Foreign Intelligence receivedby the unte Pack.
the Sates,, I now bid vou an anfecAionate farewell, ei arrived there.
ntd limall bear nliot' in nim rtircmnt, a molt "-<.+<4" g~++ "*'.>"


gratefull' rtmebirn ance of yvtur Fvo'rs : and ma
you ard our Natuon at large b,'' fi '141iti ti
t.'/:,' of l.,-ven abo r, anid rf t/e 'aritb bcmenb.
SAMUEL LYMAN.
1A.,,l, July 14, 18o.


Mr. C'LlUNiNG, f T 0 ,
T SHOULD he alhamcd of nyv courotrymen, did the
not cheerrit at neverl:'ing gr;tt"de" to 'I
AUAMS, for the ferviccs he has rtntr itLd them. Hi
that gratitdc.oigh oi not.to be cxcrcii d.ii fi'ch a man
r.tr as to Iazard the molt important intercfts of tl
iountr;-.
SA 'a.' FderratlfP,"* leads us through the fever:
periods of Mr. AOAMj'S public life; and we find hir
with giant force, defenaJiot. the i'bcrties of hi country
-axri.h profound investigation e ploring the science c
governmenit-v.ih confunmm.tk fill. fi~mnefs and pe
ieverati:- cpoduSing the diph mat:c bufincfs commit
!rd to h;n in Europc-and finally combating, wit
grc St ailtty and fucters, the maxims ot French police
wliIh were attempting to bc wrought into the tcxtri
of ofr gnvrncmeit-rTl'he million to FIrnitce (whe:ht
w'ifelv itnft'itucd or not) is the mrna.furs which has ipl
to pe -cs that pt. Lunl oat itd.rai;fm ;hat was oppofe
tu dl-eiuc-LIC i h I Ce.s of i('ieign influence, the aggre
ix',ns of frrri.n po,~ r. and% ihichh;ass lcattcred to tn
imhds' the energies of our country'. I avoid noticin
the opprc a :ous ppdllhon, contracted politicians,
apptlie to thoie wh< differ from the PteldcLnt oi thi
weaf'rt. There r.,utraftcd politicians" form a gala
xv of tlilli:nlt chara'ers, whom any Prllident mih
be pr .ud of as his fuppprfts ; and it is to he lamen
tired th.t fo mn-,a of Mr. ADAMS's preteti.ed friend
o1011Hl attempt his support by the facrifec of all th
belt charaircis in the country, wlher they ae confid
ered ohio;x:us to him."
But ho'v; vtr calamitous might be the cerhIquencc
which'the :'atlver Federalift" apprtlitnd.from:notA.t
eleaig iTr. AAMS to- tie Pro. i decy, I fee nbt b
what-olser me.r.s the'y a;Te to be avoided than thof
xvhii are propofed Iy the Federalifts t hat is, to giv
him all the rtres it ,their power. iS the 'onffitutior
make~ it the duty ot the -itEtrs to vnte for two men
rn t.diiftngifhd as Pircident rnd Wice itefident, bu
either of i hich may be Pre-ideut, atc6rdingto 'th
number of votes that rn my lh ivev him. ielI
PINCKN iT-.is the t.ihen.Ftdd rai Ciaihnt e.-4--e-r z i
to molt-ofthe calclt;on." ..-hirh.-&ve Bjrctadc ri
-iotlifidcs, there, vcrq gr.it doulji weillr iall ll.
votes whirh Mlr. Ao MI.'s liikndisin mrndtet v ih i c
his choice; and it i ulid., rhat' rqm'the r. '.lI-:e
Mr. Fi.cr.-'NK,-s pcrfonal Virt'ucstdr -hWi native State
there is a change, a mere.chance,'that"'hc miay ohtait
the choice. Undie' thefe crcumfiancer, itrecis, the
Federalfltshave not a tingle v':e to lofe, if they ivoul<
have a Federal Prefide t. And fliall we, because we
cannot fccurre-the man of our choice, ab:idon theftde
ral cfej as not worth having by any bther man ? Le
us not fo conidua, my countrymen. Let every Fedlera
Ejector, in the true fpirit of honelly .Inld of the conflt
tution,,gie hi iotces for-two mnn, eithe. of v.hom he
could in his confcience approve of for Prefident, ant
leave the event to Ilcac n. If by this means Mr
PINCKrNYE should brtain the choice, though Mr. JEr
reasoN might liave more votes than Mr. ADoAMs, V(
should he once more blefled with a Federal Prefident
and our conftitntion and country faved from dcltrue
tion. If Mr. ADA.us and Mr. PINCKNEr flItuld have
nn eq j number of votes, and each of them,fno-tunate
ly, no, than Mr. JE asosi, the dccrfion, sihich o
th-r 'flioul l'e resident, would b'e in lafe hand.,, i
the hands cfCongrcfs, aid 'Ir.j .FtrEasoN would have
neither tlh situation h now occupies, nor that which
he afpire to.
I know not what are the evils wlich the Salem
Pederalill"j. going to frighten us with as the c6infc~nen-
ce of Mr. PtlcXNFi'eN s election. II he thinks hnm an
unfuitable candidate, e!( h-ll nori.;iiat a letter; or i
he knows of 'nyv honest nea;ns more likely to fecure
the election of Mr. AAM~s than voting for him accord
ing to the ctcoituti.ai, let hinm bring them forward
but let him not advice to meafiurL which will divide
the ;tes of the yederalits, and thereby rn-ike fIre til
dec.; uof M.r. JeFriRsoN-the grand object which
the Jacobius have in view.
A UNITED STATES FEDERALIST.
See e 1jfrjl .fe af this day' MIE;aCURY.
----............---- -
f-rm tfe GAZETTE of the UNITED STATES.
[Since Covernor M'ICCAN has been Chief Magifirate
of Ieinnivfuania, he has introduced'his relations and
his political friends to office, with perfect ipdtiffer-
.Ite wvhelhcr vilttue talents or industry, made the
ice eff'ay room. .omie have been reduced to beg-
tr,. by this ine:afrie AM hwi any republican- ~g -
ciple mt.ctfered vith his view, offamiily aggranIwe-
ment-they were made to yield to the imperious fway
,.f hi pailioni. Aad he felt aiurcd, that however
.eccer.tric hi, political course might be, there were
: ny who would wear it wav: perfe&ly ftraiglit;
..s popularity therefore he refted. He has ap-
d his 1. n,to whomn the following betterr is ad-
..., to two or three ofiEcers-and finally has
.;'n the Attoroiy General of Pcnn/jirtv.m.--
.. -.nner :n which the folle,-ing queries .are
a: .ad to conceIve J. B. M'Kea.Nis about
l r-A. cIrlr t1ar au Atqrney-Gentera, as hii
= Y.,:f :.^",'i a (,aven,'.r :]
S '.r~i B. M'K.AI4.^
.I.... .t i.m: fince thi following quef-
.:.. /. ,- you ; least you might not
:evar a; .:i publhecd, and
i. i :o r a r.p.y, which, ifyjou
S. ',. b .ubl:.: d ii this Gi'tz tLe.
y-. r" i r Pl I" a -'' a'i .is lJi of-
"' ;'_a: G. ,'e::; a .o ', ,fyour d1,
X. .. ,, ?" ,' I. !. t.,i verr d in vteh
S.. ; u.' 'r your l~a-


:y From the I-IAL ur JOVRNAZ.
ie JULY 17.
'-VWe have 'lopped the prefs.to mention the ar-
rival of the Earlof Leicefler Packet, froth Fa/mouth
in 35 days. We have papet! by her to the zotf
ult.-Genoa fPill held out.-The Frenchl Aim
having croffed the /llr had reached the plains of
Piedmont on' the 18th of May-Gen. Melas had
advanced with the main body of- his Army to
. Turin, and it was expveaed that a General En-
it gagement would take place in a few days wlich
n- 'would decide the fate of Italy.-The AuRlrian
le Army under Gen. Kray, had retired behind the
l anube, after leaving a garrifon in Uh, and Gen.
al Moreau did.not difcover a difpofition to advance
ry further into Germany, but was detaching a part
oi of his Army to lialy. The' renewal ofhoftilities
i- Ei,'pt is confirmed by official advice received
t by Government.-A report prevailed that the
h French flet was at fea, and this report was corn.
y lirined by an American veffel which the Earf'oj
r Leicyler fll in with, the master of which report.
it ed that he had fallen in with a Venetian, which
d came through them-If this intelligence is true
I- we have no doubt but bur brave tars will foon
,g give a good account of them. The Treaty be-
," tween Frahce and America, was progreffing faft,
is and it was expected would in a very thort time
- be finally concluded.
t
S'he following articles are haftily extraaedd from the
London Papers.
.oAnDON, vJUNs 10.
The Hamburg mail, which arrived in course
's yeflerday, has.not brought intelligence of any
Peculiar intercel. The accounts from the theatre
Sof war in Germany are two days later than thofe
Received from Col. Clinton, and publifed.in the
a Gazette of Saturday evening.
, All our remarks with refpe& to the real dcfign
t 6f Gen Moreau are filly coifiimed., He does
e not intend to penetrate further into Germany,
but is ftretcihing his line to the Tyrol andth-.
1 .Voratherg. lor tW- urpt .-i "- g '- .ph r.
e nations of the French army of Relerve, to which
She had already dispatched, by the way of Motint
SSt. Gothard, a corps of 25,000 men.
Gen. Melas, as, we had previously dbferved,
e appears to have had early information of the pro-
d grefs of Generals Berthier and Bonaparte. He
e was tc proceed to Turiti on the 14th of lafi
Month, in considerable force, and having effe&ed
1 a jutaioa with the Auftriap cavalry near that
Place, it was expe&ed that he would immediately
e prosecute offensive operations'againit the enemy
d in Piedmont.
S Maffena fill makes a gallant defence in Genoa,
, and the hopes of the fpeedy redu&ion .of that
, important city become every day lefs, fanguine,
- more particularly as the French have received
e large fupplics of provisions by fea.
' The death of 8uwarrow has\ at length been
Officially announced to our Government. It hap-
pened on kthe I8th of May at Petefburgh.
The R-'itian Amba.,dor at Vienna has been
recalled. 'The affairs of the Imperial Court are
Sin future to be conduaed by a Chargee des Af-
fairs, the lame as in this country. The Emperor
SPaul is faid to be-negociating a peace with. the
F Fr.ech Republic, through the medium of the
SCourt of Berlin.

SFRANIFORT, MAY 24.
S Yesterday federal German Deputies pa:ffecd
through Nancy, with paffports fron.i General
Moreau, on their way to Paris, to cuter into ne-
gotiations for peace.

Letter frfi', Haliftix July 17. .
OQ the i9tiK of May the Channel Fleet under
Ld. St. VINCsNT, put into Torbay in dittrefs-
feveral of,the hips difmatted, aitd otherways
materially injured.-Ti's gave the Combined
Fleets ati opportunity to leave Bref, which 'tis
faid they embraced, and had actually failed.-On
the 27th May Ld. St. VINcENTS, with as many
of his Ships as could be got ready, and federal
others that hadjoined him, put to fea in quit of
the enemy.-Stiould thcey,meet the cotnfeque,;ce
is obvious.
The Duke of KIet leaves this place ina {hort
time, beiig, as; w-hi.vejufl learnt by the Packet,
a;opointed .onommitander ia Chief of the army n
Ireland.
The Captain of the Packet reports, that Genoa
is adually relieved-but we do not fiid this report
authenticated-It is, however, more than proba-
ble. .
Rwyal/'i is faid in tile late papers to gain
ground. tail in P.,r;:-bit wineth'r in favor of
SLouis XVIl[th or ING BO-ArAItTE, is per-
haps pro)blematical..
I f Id, as yet, nothing refpeafl g. American
afairs-.-.ami lfl the im'neafe p rpl-xi; y and i'n-
p i-ta'ce of EurojeaP; p4icrcs, tranfatlanitic con-
S'ccrn appcar unnmtic.el.


CHARLESTOCN, JILY 7.
A& arrival from Ljfrn, which' failed from
thene May 28, brings information that theA- A
fittans have taken Genoa by affault, witlhthe lofs
Sof io or 12,000 Germani, 'and the deftrniion
i obdthible that number of Frenclhme'n ; and that
Sthe Engliflh frigate ~lora harired at Liftoh; had
paffed an American frigate coiiduaing .to Fal-
! tnwh, a rench frigate of 44 guns, which fhe had
captured off Cape "Pinleri, after Jn a&ion uf 3
hours.
--
NOIrFOLi, JuLYt 14-.
An unfortunate gentleman, who felt himnfelf
bold, being pretty well fraught with wine, on
Saturday evening, at the Theatre, when the inu-
fic firuck up, "'Hail Calumbia," having jut ar-
rived from Europe, and not knowing what the
tune meant, entered to hifs, but all the apolo-
gies of his ignorance or otherwise that lie made,
could not avail with a few of the audience, who
politely handed him out, the mufic fill playing
Jd ociamoI. 1"


PHILADELPHIA, JULY Zr.
The U. S. schooner Experiment, has fent into
I the Havanna, the floop Bet]fy, MONROt, of
Charlefln, S. C. from r~ rica for the Havanna,
with 8o flaves. There is no provision in.any
law of the V. S. for the dirpofal of Africans
thus taken,
JULY 22,
Elraal of a letter from IMr. Partrick Target, to
:Andrerw El.cort, Efq, dated Cowetah Tallahaf-
fee, Creek Nation June II, 10oo.
St. Marks was furrendered to Bowles the
zoth May laft, and by the articles of. capitula-
tion between him and the commandant, the lat-
Ster was permitted to march out, and with diffi-
culty got an effort to fee him and his men fafe
out of the Bay. During thegfieg, ; wles cap-
tured two or three veffels laden with provisions
and other ftores, for the ufe of the fort juft as
they had arrived.
"Since Gen. Bowles got poffellion of St.
Marks, the Iodians are flocking to his Randard
from every quarter-even the prince of this town,
immediately after the Colonel* had gone tq, the
talks at the Tookawbatchees, started down to
the mifchief-maker, with many others of the
Tallaf'ees, Cufferahs, &c.
The colonel arrived here the night before laft
from the Tookawbatchees ; the chiefs there have
taken his talks, and have promised to hold their
warriors iri readinefs to go with him at his call,
and 'aid him with all their might in reftorng
peaceto the.natioa, reducing the Seminoles and
others, to. obedience, and expelling or taking
every mifchief-naker that comes into their land.
Bowle's next design is fufpe ed to be against
'__PefIlaaaheh-asnow wgot only a firong forpe,
li ut plenty of provifions and other ftores."
Col. rfawkins,Agent General for the United States.
A letter from captain Tarris, of the brig Ma-
ry, dated St. Croix June 24th, fays, a fhip load-
ed with coffee, &c. from Batavia,.has been reaent-,
ly taken, and carried into Cayenne.


NEW-YOlK, JULY 23.
We are informed by a gentleman who left
Li/bn May 25, that a Britith Packet had arriv-
ed there in 6 days from gencoa, with an alcouint
that the Aujlrians had taken it by ftprtn.
Mr. John Shaw, who is the bearer of difpatch-
es to- our government from Tunis, arrived at
Philadelphia on Thnrfday evening lalt, in ihip
Liberty, from Lifbon. He arrived at Lilbon
the Iit May, after having been driven by firefa-
of weather, into several ports of Sicily and Ma!-
ta ; and brings the following articles of intelli-
gence :
'" The government ofAlgiers is well'affec&ed
towards the L united States; but the Tunifians
have been very impatieftifor tl: arrival of the
tlp-ulated military stores. Mr. E.Iton, oir Con-
ful there, his, however, prevailed upoai them to
wait fome time longer; and the defire the Bey's
miailter has cxpreffed of obtaining American
bottoms to convey grain to Spain, has been an
additional motive to this meafure.
- "Though all the States of Barbary (except
Morocco) are at war with France, yet the French
merchants, resident in Tunis, have not been
made flaves of as in Algiers, but are permitted to
reside in the factory in full poffeflion of their
property. They are not, however, permitted to
Igo 'out of the facory.
Came paffenger in the Olive, JoH4 SARToar,
Era. American Conful at Rome, with his Sec-
retary and Servant.
Alfo arrived floop Hawkc captain Walker in-
forms, that'a French floop of war, of 2?, guns,
dire& from France, wa.c captured a few days
previous to his lailing,.by an Englifh frigate, off
the Welt-I.li a flation.

SALItM, JULY 28.
By Captain WHITE, from Halifax, we have
the misfortune' tb announce the Condemnation
(veffel and cargo) of the fchooner William, Capt.
,T'refrey, of Marblehead, bound from thence to
Spait, and which was fent in by the St. Albans
-laden witlh Fillh, Cocoa, Sugar, &c. She was
condemctld o i the principle of evadling the OrdI-r
of 1798, which forbids Neutral Veffels from car-
rying the Produce of the Colonies of the Enemy's
of Great Britain to the Mother Country-i-i. e.--
the landing of fuch Produce ia the United States,
according to this decision, does nbt Neutralize it.
-If this decifi)n eltabliihes a precedent, the Brit-
ifll Cruifers will make Sweep-Stai : of one h-tlf of
the property of the rferchants of the United States.
Mr. .H ,oper (the Owner) has applied to the
Court of Admiralty in England. One of the A-
ge:its for the Captor waej willing to take Boud


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'for the veflel and cargo, ia n to' relepf e -..
lier fate fho;ld be determined in England-the
other infilteais tthc'inrmnididate:fale thereof.



TUESDAY, JULY 29, 180o.

Frya a'London Paper of fune 5, recqtved f; BDal-
timore.

THE PO ITSMb UTH AT FRANCE.
PARIS, MAY 30.
An American frigate, placed by the Govern-
ment of the United States at the iitfofal of the'
miniffers plenipotentiary, has e itercd the roadof
Hair.... A French pilot was fent on board'to
copdut her into'the harbor; bit as late asith
z4th flie rem;ain:d in her former 'ai hoage-'
uN. s 4.
We are affured that the negotiation with. the
miniftols.of the United States of America, at.
Paris, arc advancing rapitdl to an anilacab qnk
clufion..

HE 7UNE PACKE r.
We had information yesterday of the: arrival
of the Brithh June Packet at Halzodi ,with Lon.
doa Papers to June to. We have received a
HalSfa paper printed immediately ufter the ar-
rival,,which, 6f course, mn0ey contains a'fhort
summary. It is afcertaincd, however, that on.
the Ioth of June, there w'a2 in London, no infer.
mation of the capture or relief of Genoa. Th'"
Auflrian Gen. MELAS5 apprized of the advance
of BONAPAP TE, had determined to proceed to
Turin on the 14th of May, there fRrengtheu
himself, and, if not attacked, to commence of-
fenfive operations against the French Arniy of
Rcferve in Piedmont.-The intelligence, front
Germany is to the latter part of May. Ulm was
not then taken. The head-quarters of the Auf-
trian army were on the northern fide of the -Dan-
ube. MOREAu has discovered nodifpofition to
penetrate further into Germany; but feeins to
meditate a movement towards the Tyrol to favor
the operations of the a'riy of referee ; to 'ihicA
he has already detached a corps of 25,ooo men.-.
It is faid the combined fleets have got to lea from
Bref, and fhat Lord'St. VINCENTS .is i p[uriuit
of them.--The death -of SUWARROVw. has. been
officially announced.-The"' `rtiffh Governmeqt
have received advices, who h" eleablifh the truth
of the late report of the fiiciefs of :the French
troops in Egypt ovet a Turkilh army.-Tidings
relative to the Negotiation between the United
State and France, continue contradi&t ry.

It is faid a handbill was publiflied'at New-Tor-
on Thurfday laft, whiich-ontained news, received
via Lidton and St. Bartholomews, t'h^ 6oNA-
?PARTE had attacked and defeated the Anittians
before Gealoa,.deftioying three fourthsi4 fthe ar-
ny; arid that Gen. oRF^ O hi obtained an6. -
thai- vidotry'over thl Auftria~ b AS~ tA iN
Germany.

BBo\AaRTE was born on theripth alt Ang*.
i76~9-confeqaently is only. i- his gift year.
He has three brothers LUCian (Mi ifter rf In-
terior) JosEPH (formerly agent ai rame) ant
Louts (commands a regiment in ,a Lk tihe.
BoNAPARTr has alfo three. Sitters.

We unflerftand that EOWAtDO JACKsoN, Efq.
has been appointed Clerk of-the Court of Stf-
fions forth County'of Suffolk, vice EzsEKiA
PacE, Efq. reigned.

Gen. "VILKINSON and family were landed at.
a port in Chefapeak Bay, on the tzth infl:tfrii
the frigate General Greene.
At Laningturg, (N. Y.) the mercury in the
thermometer has rifcii to o08 degrees this feafon
when expoled to the open air on the north-fide
of a building.
The Pof-Office at Baltimore was lately brok-
en open ; but no booty was obtained.
Within a few days paft feveral persons have been
punifhied agreeably to law for finoaking fegars in the
fireets. Our l\&vs are adequate to the correaion of .'-
amol every evil to which a town is liable, if duly enfor-
ced.

CASUALTIES-By the fall of ai timber in -raiGn.
the frame of a houek at Rutland, A Mr. STRONG was
instantly kil!td-ald a Mr. Frosr much injured;
Near Wil nmigtow, Wwa. Tracken died of a wound in the
leg from a feythe, which continued bleeding from the"
time he received it till his death (5 hours.) This is
the third accident which happened in the fnme neigh-
bourhood within a week, from carelefncfs in ufing the
feythe ; but this tatl is the only fatal one-
A few wkcs tlinea a fehooner commanded by James
Pecc,'-froni Noe Haven for .MTw FPrvid.nce, juft before
(he reached her place of dcflinatioh, was Itruck with
lightning and funk. Iht crew were fared.
The Gaol at Newark (N. J.) was lately firuek with,
lightning. A Mr. WARa's barn at Bhlmfnld, (N. J. )
was coniiumed.
At C.ftrr, (CG.) on Tuefday the 2oth, the fIeeplI of
tihe meeting-l.hourfe 'as firuck with ightn.a, whiCet
fplit tih ports that fupportcd the fte.pie, ntierd the
hoinfe, broke acto panes of glars and did conflderahle
other damage -On the fame day in the fame towni, a
barn belonging to Col. HULL, "was firuck, Ift on Bhe
and confinied.-The houfe of Mr. STaianN Ivza was
alfo injured.

I!t this town. on Sunday morning lat, Capt. TMo laM
I-NCKLr.v, to Mifs ELzlitAETH }}A1S.
Laft evening, by the Rev. Dr Kirkland, Mr. Samuel
Swift Newcll, to thte amiable Mift Sarah Ann King,
both of this town.

At C'i/dfa, yesterday, Mrs.SusAWanAH Hllr, agtd af,
witc of Mr. John Hill. Her funeral will be from her
husband's houfe in Clelfea, this 'afternoori;,at 4 o'cloet,
which her frik h3s and relations are requested to attend,
without further invitation,
At AfEartl, (Pen.) Wido w Margaret Leech, aged 92.
At fci on bocdatihe IU. S hrig Aug,/hi, Dr. Joha Rid.
gelcy Niholbonfarge n, ag ;.







Art X.j-n) iia(N) Dr. Tito Nai A rIkYNo as,, I aW,-turgron
fi 'I,~ P~tiIiI. Inl ot wr.


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T5-1. -Qnfowi. "'k V;i: Ikxl, ; i. 10iophii,, Muidge,
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l~ '5t ; .i ,a ; Secen iftr', Oiitis



-Ti, RdC"rx' u.itbn, Am rdant, to
i .e ,hhe h r v;g Raiycr and faI W4r1ithuign, of i
.r%; .l."I i N, i I t. Ship NAary of QC3f
.'1y.~ risi U"a& f-lotured brdg L&cy, RRuf,
..n, c~?, ~ Rw,,c R Pjoh, 1,o- -xdunL 57 dxys.
V, cv'.: vcd z xc ved )r'tr- tOJit iS ; bot twy tiarnsttL
I 'iwg t.'~r. .riroiltlp ITw'o rT- Ii. r;, fro-ro 8t,
C -ila (ia;o -lnsft Dirciaara ri~vr iu co with feh.
M V PlvrIoaIrh, and ihip Mivncvvat )f Psppc~r
51 a~'o vtiwX IaQyrvl was ciprnrcd byv a Fl erich Pd
A.r, c trp iurorrd a bytihe Coaift'ltiom- and itit
T '- '.tt u r o 'iv ,rcvi'iit 'o corning .itmac.
1 i' O, M4 k 0Z;4- i't Vr'V;L Chit, with th.,
V, us.. t N ,ci. r a n has h.tan 'i&-cut by
j. IIi *O.~IldI r-'. fr 3alaiir-a. *ihe 11011k p4a
I. fsiP i~ti ti.4, Lo i nia! at riHni av ih.
0r CI L'4,uat. La11,110)sIk r&r'vcil at N~w-Yurk.
Irt-, On the iIQ of June fh wa's carried in.
CO NAIW4 IT4; 14t-tsi hc l 7 JiinCd Iy. he
c lb:i, :i:Zi ,ijrlc i ~ldf1 ~~n: calCdiz.-VWiheai
be left Ci 1 fio the ira vevl'fi, wetre th cI Alcrt,
fich, t'.r &ilxioi, io fail in4 i T ; r- dli, Ray, of
--1~ : "I ,r. I ; i=. tyl, I .abghton, BoRon, iroon Ala.
jo 1 .. I lot34 .11 Fi3IP brig lFairilield
tr" "..o ~ A~r`. i.l a nc
I'l l i, r, i-alleiy, 16 days ftom Boflon for, St.
h'llmai v.as Tfto'kl !iy 1, ht. a. 1 long. do, 30-
Mav II, 'vIai i"pule thip .)Mentor, Sh i )iigh, 27 days
front Portflnouth Cur fo Iafronbi oe, In lit. 17 N. long
21 W.
hiiip Caroline, Tl`Ircv, of Portl:nd, which when
fo:t Live'plIol tfor Amnrica, was taken all rarr~ed in-
to rianqr, (argo cid& nintd and Veffll acquitted, hias
-in'e Ca kld fronm St. Scb ,ians for the Vt. P. and been
trle' itby the Ebiiih, -icl carried into tltkrnfey. We
undlerfland thiat Mr. C GtMu L. G LRA'F, Q one Of
the cntl. nif n taikre i (.' ti tthe Minerva of this port.
pwa pilcrnic ou board of the CVarolieo, when laft
$IL~un.
A Irttr from Capt, Covitra of Olb e0tdmntm rfloop
Or' v to the. Secretary of the Navy, informs, that on
tiiC a If of lane he 'rwTd thti: French Ihip Manuel,
iowtkd with fuoar snd dye wood-;, and on the i~th, rc-
captured heh If:.! Robbin of R. land.
In 'he bMg Chmillus, arritcd-'t Portfmonoo, from
St. Vintents canist fskiera, c:iptb. I ombard, UWyman,
aud Smith, of Lohfon ; andJlhrn, of ;alemn, '%AdfC vCf
Us have bt*A f Cn*iineto at Ga ,dal.ociive,.
Left att Ieqiftr, a boult 40 n.e. P.
Adnas, ofN Dfioifrd, for P'rt--al, in dj~tiTes.
tQi&r:,lia, r7y -.. A l'rgt fhip of t*ar ran on
Embbay-Movk 13a or. n'aturdsa evening, and cannot
Beot otI til' l f ime a rieci 'are takcn ru0of her.
jur d .:7 2.6 TllfIhip Albigail, of thisi port,
bou d Ireni New- foalk for Hannburghi, nine hours af-
tee failing was folloivyd ftirom the Narroivws by tha 1St.
Ali)1. .LiraKL, 11.,p 0 1 -r .i~rlred, arid or.ed for.
CA;rI:gr.argto1,1 -.,gr iL1 the 1 "70117-911hiaa0r
S00rx, rIdy t8. Saturday ari'wd the e iC I Ieig;
Capt. MAlI,- da FrSom rum 0i4btlter. May 29, failed
frooPo t 1, r.,p:l m;i ft I*.'I'rf t* m. t & th nothiing
y-~re nfdrtiblt~ii'ttt dhe tstb Jurne1 wheno at cc ,4. MI.
:p lu c cpiv i'cr ihat rd of uoatatt dixfeovtr-
ed ler zioimri tobe Frenrch ; hIavio,, Captain Smith in
tow Iea(f-tiimoff anlI hti'led my wind -altter: hit, but
the wifidblti g light covld line come tip with -him ; at
,z bure away-, anud hel:ore aiv ayf-r us and g~ive it
two flot ; we a3gaia buled our wind and gavo phn So
M4, vrhi c naaoc him e(e r cf~f,'and,, the joN j iVug
)4ght Could not e;'iiie u' pwit himnt Te 1, 7Yaw3
thip, undr Arverican cuohoiw. i.tilin. o..i o Al.]r-iir.a.,
'bdcsid out (if fh th.-raif'5' Left r;;l.,rI.r a i 'I 3 or,
unosr vol i-,y uf an Englifh 74 gun11 f ip. in company
it th~e brig Plhenix Capt Smith, *t thi. port. July
'! 3-. ? .i *. 35, fpouke fch'rI;loreas,of Barn-
si-- ii, lia Natl l agc; 2%~',"1. o da ya 4avs,
L.L0LI j M, ,'A all rncIJ.
IDiring die viulcnt thutlder flormn o Friday niglt
CP.p.Mtck In h, m.1 rock whirtl rlWh i 01) on the
lirtit toj' fail yatd ;-Onc of tlhIn had the hicclof his.
ioi, talkn o ,1Y ,-id no other darlage dolie.

Th- fliip Meerhi;zt, Willy, fail Ior
Le=*n, on Suinday ncxt, therefore !hate nli propqfe
I.-r F, Jl. L p, I id Ship, are cquelted to fend their
C.4.r,&l.; ir f, jr at lfr aiao~Wha rf, irivnediately.
A rr .. i 0.
-~ TAKEl 'NrO~T]Gl.E


TFOR SALE or, CHARTER,

42 tons hurthcn, as tfhe came from
T"- kHE fthr. BRITTAINYy-
Sea, a goW d v(We alld rn y be fent to
S-. '- sea with a fsati cxptelce. For terms,
a.i 1, tu LS'-. l FIELU, No. Lonig-Wharf.
S,' hai for Slek,
Havanna Sugars, White and Brown ;
Surricanmdo. Balimorc Saperlfine and Fint Flur,Ivory,
Bec Wax, 6 nine pouoa Cannon with Crrit.;,s.
Jilly s9.
This Day landing o.n C ene's Wharf,andd
for Sal, y DAIVID) GREENE,
A cargo of ,cellent Mont-
ferrat RUMT. July 29.
Yorow Landing, and for Sde,
By Eben. Preble,
On Fofter's-Wharf,
O NE hundred hhds. Molaffes, fuita.
bli for :-. ,iin i- 6...,for Sai--Cordage, Hemp,
Florence Oil, Leghorn Soap, Havannah sugars, &c.
Juiy-29.
NVot. landing, and for ale, ly
Samuel H. Walley,
No. 34, IONo.WitARt,
T'HE cargo of the fch. Indrlry from
SI. Trientr, CON5sIrINGo or
o9 puncheons of high proof RUM,
16 hhda. eteclict.t retailing MOLASSES,
3 hhds. and 9 bbls. of SUGAR.
AL5o, FOR SALE, AT sAID STORE,
Geneva, White and good flavoured ;
high 4th proof Barcelona Brandy; Havanna 8tgars,of
fuperior quality; Havanna B:own Sugaria; Havauna
Molaffes; Southern Corn; Beef; Sherry Wine; To-
bacco; Boflon Glafs as ufual, ail izes. Likwife,
S oo cafes beft Effcrtce Spruce, pecu-
liarly excellent for long voyages. [4t.] July %9.
TO BE SOLD,
On board the Jlop Lydia, laying fppofite No. s1, Long.
Wharf,
o2 hhds. of excellent Antigua RUM.
July g ..

C O R N.
A CARGO of 248o bufhels, in excel-
Slent shipping order, now afloat, with a few
thoifatnd W. 0. hid. and bbl. STAVES, for fale, for
approved No:te by. .
"Ebenezer Little Boyd.
July 20. (cpSw.)
FOR SALE, AT
No. 8, Mler. hants-Row,
A Complete affor ment ofCamboofes,
S. CulCJing's warranted .'.nrihnr.1rc.'i and P.'r-ens
Duck, Cab!cs and Cordage t c vi) alI.m .. a -.f/-
,g0 cafks of Brimflole ; and a good
aftortment of Nails. July 29.
FOR SALE,
Br' DAVENPORT &.TUCKER,
i o tons Whale Oil.

i-UR SA1V'.
ByjoFeph and Ifaac Perkins,
jNo. 9,5Greene'-WRbaref,
FLORENCE Silks ot frperior quality
F and colors, juft received, '
30 hhds. Hifptiola Cofice, entitled to dchbcnture,
12 tio. Port:-adl-Piiuot: Mol.itTs,
2oo buihels Cortn, ,- .
400 bbls. Phl:iad Bitnimore and Richmond Flour,
30 tons fquae and flat hon well afforted,
30 chtcls yoiuc.long lTeia 70 boees Spermaceti Can-
dles, Opium; Hfair Powder, India.Pt jilf., r. tI'i l".,'
&c. &c. (epmw) July 29.
eightt per cent Stock.
-ASH will be given for a few Thoufand Dollars, by
EBEN'EZER LITTLE BOYD.
'July.29 ( eij3w.) __
Leather Breeches & Piantaloos.
r HE fubfcriber takes the liberty to
inform the public, that lie now has in his ea-
ploy, a complete wbrkman in the q)ovementioucd Bui
finefs, from Europe;- and that they may be accoomo-
tcd with tie neweft fafhions, at the liorteft notice.
He larsal/f,
.Leather Breeches and Pantaloons of
an inferior quality, fiitable for fcrvants.
SJESSE DOGGETT.


nr- m jIDlrc.are cautitontlu tagailLtt Vuu- R;xbury, yuiy to, 18oo.
ng the following articles as they were taken N. nf He has likewife, a few lots of
from ;:r r;:ch Lady,..' i r m r o I boi d of the French Land foi fale, lying in the fquare, near Roxbury-fireet
hrig I pe, captured aind brought into this port by the
U.rtd Stat'i fip ion,i viz. TO BE LET, for one or more years, andpo/ffilon
A pain Guld Watch, flhewing tIe time of the day in given i dmmd.tlely,
the old and new French ftykl, with a representation A Brick building, situated in Ann-
of woman holding a pair,of fc!esj, on Sthe face with Street, near the Market,threee fories high, with
the niame of Eamle. a very large and convenient Cellar under the lame, the
A Necklace and a tir of Bracelets, wirth lire rian- lower part is circulated for Enghfl Goods..having two
ches in Gold, withla cycher oa one of tle B~aclcts. bow, windows in the front. Apply to the Printers.
(N. E.) on the other (. S. Sand tw o Hearts engraved ly .
en the Neclace July29.
One pair of Bracelets of b! ckpearl;.u. one oftliem r TO BE LET,
thecypher (M B) aid t zhe other (E. .) N Apartment in Pleafant-ftreet, cal.
O'iue icklace "in tvwitcl g ,Ida, with a heart' in the culated for the bnfinefs of a Founder, having
S 0tll', ad ae cypher. i the proper furnaces. Inquire of the Printcrsi
One Necklace of Gold Beads. July 29. (2 pa.o.)
Qnc pair Oile Necldace and a pair cf Ear-rings of large red TO BE SOLD,
pe;rl; chaihcd with G.ld. I f *plied ro flrn,
OAeNt,cckLcr f black.pearls, mixed with gold beads. A Likely Horfe and Sulkey, either fep-
O., e pair of Cold i -r;.. in the form of.a balloon. aratcly or together. Inquire at the Stable of
-One pair of Ear-ringg of gold beads. WHEELOL(K.ad SIMMONDS, Milk-freet. July 29.
.One, ditto ofoGld and ChLryflal Beads. A u Man w rit a oo
One ditto of Gold with blue enamel in the middle. r A Young Man, who writes a goo
A Gold Ring in an oval form, hand, is accurate in accounts, and can be well recont-
'One oractler of tive~'vhite pearls, mended, wishes to write in an Otice, Comipting-Hoaue
'Two r three other Gold Rings, a breafI Pin, with a or Engliti Goods Store. A line left at this Ozfiec, ad-
oypher; a pair of GoLd Brevches Buckles. drcffed to W. W. wili be immedia tly acttcde4ta.
:ix Silver Tea Spoons with the 'Togs. July 29.
Any'perfoi that can give i:forrtation where l. Wanted in a frmall-family, a man
Ilch arti.es may be ifouid, uill reci r a-ge nerous r- Ser-rant, to take care of a horfde and chaiie, arid to d&
ward by applying to the P.rinters. July 29. houfe-wor., a ch'.aira..r Nwil be required, and good
OS'T,be! wecn B&. and yinn, a Let- I wages given i.tire o the Printers. ly 29.,
SttrdircW edtoM t. ioNA s SA. -c.r, NG!:.cwler, j y- Wanted-- n a family near t'own,
luls4ibut fitty I)ollart io i:.,k i,il.,... J.d.l.t;{ Banks, a Mlan Servant, that is ;able and willing to do houft
iftflod ia a lall piece o: A. it. i ctr %. i..A etrwill ,,irk e..nd can take caic of horcs. o h s-
iatr l. d i r.mr ..I *..T.,e"-. oi t, ;......,;., flaIl be A Vom;i lThat is heat and under-
der a v. a ," .. stands plain cooking They mulf both have good re-
-*fj .. -.' -' e omuedaOtlaions. Apply to the Prin er.. Julyt y.


Phianthropic Lottery, .__ _
S -Dr,-rPoftPOgned30 dayd bonyc at. (u t ion.
(T was intendedl t- have commenced the- dritwihit of _i,. __- .^s .. .
the Philantbrspic Littery, yefltcrday, the 2 It I. %i A
but prudericedidtated a thort delay. This is.far fromn 1HIS DAY, AT
bding a plan of fpecilation, or a proceeding of choice honas K. J n 'es ffer
.Int it the refilt of advicee and dclib ration. Th as K. JoneSS Ce,
LIet not the adventurer rL p;n at this mea ire. 3 chefts Sout hog, E
if heis to be favored by fortune hle will in the eve. 3 ,A .
reap a plentiful larvcft where he has planted but a 20 do. Hylon A
grain. If therwifc, his pletling anticipatitoi wil be Ora late importation, for approved Notes payable id
-protraed. 60 days. -, d- .
There ubfcribcr now affares the public, that.the j A quantity of damnag g Ruffia Duck;
drawing of the faid Lottery willpo/iti/ ycommeace cu oo 0Umbrellas; number S:raw Mattr, for carpets, ta-
:tle a8tli of Aguft next. bes, &c. 309 Calf Skins. Sale at 1 s 'e .
SApl ointledo fupeintbnd the .c
JOHN BOYLE, dr;iA-.Wg by THIS DAY,ALr
sfA,,o, "yOy 9, rB. T. W iggin's Office,
Tickets and parts of Tickets for fale (Icnot re.rcuis' -rcei.mc.,i
at the ,.ottery-Offiee, No. 39, ornhill,andat tle Book A- n invOic of ,71 rf...:-,,i: rj ,l out 600
ftore of J. BOYLE, No. 18, Marlboroughi-ftrect, C 'r finu f .
The Poffeflors of fortunate numbers are requested ROADCLO'rHS, Calimeres, Ela
to present their tickets for payment at the Lottery- JIt)ticks, fine Plah1a amd Orlean Cloths, Cotton and
Office, as it is thie with of the managers to fettle off the Worted Holicry, Supchine Chintzes, Chintz and Pir-
firft clafs previous to the drawing of the fccond. lie Shawls.; Sale 9 o'tocl,
HE Subfcriber has, for the present THIS DAY, AT
Removed his Counting Roomn, from No. 7, Lvng"' c '
Warf, to the lower Store on J7ob Codman's Wharf, R G. SKaw Co's. f ce
WL re he ha: for Sale, w-ari;vy of FrJb GOODS, 'iz.
Rdlfia and Raven's DUCK, of fir1i quality; TaAMBORED and fprigged Muflins, pklri lappet
Deft St. Peter.barg HENIP and Jaconut do. handsome Chintzes and Calicocs,
A fewv pias excel. Dry Lilbon and Red Port WINE, Ginghanms, Cotton Hofc, Coppirplates, &C. &e.
for Caflt and approved Credit.
STEPHEN CODcAAN. Ai.so-25 pieces 'French Crape, 50
do. Silk Umbrcllar, a2 doz. Kid Gloves, 25 doz. Silk
To be Let- An excellent Brick Store, Hlofe, 0oo India Umbrella, 3 bales Cottons, India Ging-
for the Dry Goods Bufincfs,adjoiiiing the one occupied hams, Calimancoes, Durants, Checks, &c, Likeiwfe,
by Meffrs. JA.ES and Jouw CArTEr, Kitly-j.reet; al/a, 2 trunks colored Muflin Shawls, I do.
Two back St ires adjoining; alyo, the Cellar under the Black Muflins, 2 do. Sprig'd do. z do. Calico,belonging
whole, completely fitted for a Wine Cellar or other to a Gentleman who leaves town foon, and muftbe foid
purposes, The whole building is admirably fecurcd this day, Sale at 9 oI'dk.
froia danger by fire. -orf -at ion
'A o to Let-A Store and Cellar on ,orfs- at Audion
the Lane back and adjoining the Store of Meffrs. Jos- TO-MORROW, as above,
LnPH COOLIDGE and SoN ; al/o, Two Brick Stores with lFill efol to e higheflidder, at 1z o'clock,
Cellars on Codmnan'm-Wharf, very large and commodious. dder, a 1
July 19, Inquire as. above. I2 or 15 young well broke Horfes,
N O ICE is hereby given, That the fuitable for Saddle and Chaife, fome of them elegant.
Subfcriber has been appointed Adminifirator, Alfo, Rumn, Brandy, Gmn, Sugar,
on the E hate of Soucholg Tea,Coffee, Havannah Segars, Soap, Furni
WILLIAM MASTERS, ture,o obbls. Beef, &c. &ac. Sale _t 'el'k.
late'of Eoeon,in the County of SuafoI, Cooper, deceased, THIS DAY,
and hatl i tken upon himself that traft by giving Bonds On Codman's-lharf,
as the Law direaa, And all Pcrfons having demands oman's- arf
upon the Eftateof faid iMASTErs, are required to cx- 18 hhds. choice Brown SUGARS-
hibit the fame, and all Perfons indebted to the faid Ef- on good terms. Sale at. i2 o'lloc
tate are called upon to make payment to R.GARDNER, AI't.
EDWARD JONES, Adm'r. T His DAY -
B .o,,, 1yy 24, ,S o.
as. --===__ -- Arifo. 5s~, Long-hbairf,
WiU be fold.
.aIS at 2luttion., We.ftInda, N andCherry R,~m,
i--- i^s,-- Brandy; Molafles.; 'Pepper ; Gia; Tea,
Valuable Sales. Tobacco; Chocolate'; Oil,:
Reams btotil Bpcar ;e
Scales ; Scale Be"4U.; tI fifty fix Weights.
On THURSDAY, the 3ft day of July, Fmpty rTicreI, mBrrdis and Kegs, wih a v*riett at
.At to o'clock A .. (tir article., Conditr.n l;hcra!.
At t oe Store, on FosTRn's-W HARF, a'er..; a. :t .- S. i.R.A1tol).. AUt.
T HE cargo of hip MOUNT VERNON, T'I'OIORROW,
jT1 arrived iom the Medretranea.nand o -l Ca goatll Sh, e rt
90o pie.'s i taiiaCh.r'ib .'d Strip'dS A m Atrd.a-w .
45 oofan it, qlil;, S rp'd '.., tbam dUes'Oerman Steel,
45 do of an ei;ra quAI;"e a
30 do tlout Silk, for entlcinrn'i wtr.r,& Fhnc Stuff, 7 eatki dry Whi: Lead,
3- do fine St Lo't;e "lk., Ctils Brutannias. t do Phtillas,
a trunks, containIng a variety of Fancy Silks ant I do. Broun S'll*as, 40'c natpty Gin CafeGs
Gauzes, blarik and whfte Sattins, ftripd & plain, 96 pipes ~r'nuLilc ollltus JGiIn.
I do containing SiAttiins, Off diffrena colors, long 1 S CsanItious -Ali bc al2 kn.wnv at the fale.
white .ilk Gloves and Stockiung, $ 8 t,,'afijy .,t li .
.'1to filk Breaches Pattermn, 35. lk Siflk S ei, l' LK. JONES,AuA.
213 doa eommod n white a,- 4 colored Kid Gloves, 'O-tMORROU \V,
42o doa Ladies flne Kid do.
00oo pair Ladies Shoes, I chcft Straw Hats, On the Long-W'ib f,
ALSO.- THE iargo of ite hriig HlnO ,h, from St. Vineeits,
319 casks Red Wine, Cl iag of
62 batketst Maccaroni, tW bates Writirg Paper, 88 puncheuns of I UM,
6 bbxcs Mapna in flakes 37 doLiqusioe, ,3' do. 'jLA .,t
12 do Cainthjaidis, I2 do Gino Copal, 8 tierecs SUGAR. Few tonus Lit .C.
8 do G(iin tdri*aaat, 3 do Scamony of Aleppo, -A-so-
6'cafecSicily Brtim(ltoe in rolls, 9 hales 1it Galla, HE brig HANNAHI and
6 cafc Saffo a, x bale Sena of-'ripoli, LappArtenancea, as fie cane fro:t
6 ilods .ccmlu;n... Pr6c Clb Currants, reea.-'-Cuvnltmios made known at the
18 boxes esrtlleot, Pcrnm'iau Cliedrt, time off4;le Sale I o'cluCk.
4 lshds. Crekm of Tartar, so cafes M.t.tI v Marble, T Iz JONES, At, ,
26 bales Cotton Yarn, 2 Marblek ido T*'les,
46 Brafa Canaan and x8 Swivells, TO .IO.R OW,
18o,ooo lbs if Smyrna Copper,, IGHT valuable HOUS'E LOTS,
2 Bells about 400 lb. each., --t. :-- pleltly fitate; the Wetetly pa-r of B.
e beautiful near to Barfon'--Potirf, between Spring aid Co'-
VERNON, R iTfl h;r guns and a tipurime per'.-Sereet, and fronting' ea Poplar-Street; each lot
', rtnnce. ;aiJ flsip is about 330 tonu mncafuring in fronte,iad tears 33 feet, except one rmca-
burthen, 18 months old, bi,,t in S8.lem during 4 feeo; in width, .ir. mro.t Ii o to tI4 feet ia
Wonder the ialAinftiri, and for thlie fe of epth. Sale to be tal vii Ilr, ,nles, at xc a 'aoi whlit
Ali', Dr.ri ,; i. r,uarkbiihi 6 t il irlfod, is fleathed with the conditions will tLe mn il kinowj.
ha;mirtiil, e;i.- p-.it~ b,.-r.li, pim.re.l -vith verdigreae 8AMIUEL CLAP, Aua,
adIs [nu .r t, :.iietl '-llh io .%l. ,i, the U. States. -- ..
.i .LOan HUR3LJA Y next,
The fale, of the Ship, the Copper, I IURtAY ne oX
Guins and Wine iill commence at t o'clock on Tnurf- t
day,and if the oer articcs should not be fold prrvi- At Samuel Clap's Of/ee,
q~uto that limmc, e talof them will b_ cotmmeinccd in Tbfllowg FURNI~TRE, belonging G,-
the afqct'noon of'illat day. RN "ng
Parchr i o an amount not exceed- lt manr l.auin town, vaz.
'A cdet Hair iottonrl erTtr, with mahogany frames,
in s: d., alite allowed o9 days credit ; from s / inat Mahogany Side Board, a handfcnme Secreta-
1Oo: to 2960o, (to and izo days credit; above :oDo r: Card Tables, Looking GlaTes, Feather BEd, Bed-
dols.60,;io and,'80o daysc ,yed-lndorfers,-.-and lhe Ship vj.Lhe fold at rtii,ivys and rdir, plated Candleflicks, fome tfarh.: Funi-
credit, for notes as above. A, reafona;le diicoult will tre, &c. &c.
be made for ('afli. : y 'dr i" SCxecutarxoftir -Vil v lur &e.
.f.d Er!i. : .. E, xetr ji il On SATURDAY next,
Sale tt commence n: .':el', at i6 o'clock. On t:t Lon-Wharf,
i'HO1- K. JONES, Au,'r. TrE Cargo of the Snow L.,'y,f:,im Jamaiaa-Con-
On FRT!DAY next, filing of
O pion, na. 3, FI~-< a rf, co hhds. Jamaica Rum, hghlt I nd


o, \ itons burthei, newly iheath- 3 hhds. and x5 Teirces Sugar;
ed, and wel' found. Cn..%ions--Notes witb apprav-vd endrrlers
Sra t Ii c':i. pavanic .at 60 and 9o days. Sale ai o'clock.
T, CLARK, Aut:ioneer. TiK. K. JONES, Au
T. A'g by Audlif on. y-- By Order of ibe Cou;t of Coram, j Plear.
On WEDNESD AY, iyth September,
On THURSDAY, Augufft 7, LL that Real Eltate, belonging to
At Store NA. 2", i. "g-/I'arf, '" WiLLAMr Woons,diceafed, fitmate in Marlboro'-
S'o chbelis iyfon ') ir-eet, in Boton, conf.ni~ of a LDWELLlNG-HOU.CE,
8 half sdel' i,,hang. TEAS. with its appurtenan;cs, together with a BUiAK-HOU40 .
ioo s'io!e: do. do. AIso-Tfwo TENEIEN TS in the
Tie -:., v T'as were imported in the Hancock, from rca-, fronting on Governor's Al'ey, o called. All the
Cam.icin, and =re of an cxeCtiait quality. I .-. : wil J L ov: being n good order, .d ,ail be fold in faoc
fold in los :.3 flit purclaftr s. for Notes wi:. approved artss s: may sbet ruo; the purchafers.
Senrdofers,piys.!t in 2i 4 ,ud 4 months. -. I1 d' t ; iA.: p I -" te'ded, as so offid
S-ri. ';a. "y w ti: tt drew Wooiis1 AA..; atr;
T; K. JONES, 4fs^. jAjCrew W(ods, AJl-'.ti'rlrr.









Vic 1ZreafurV*

VIRTUE.
TRANSLATED FROM BARON HALLER.
VIRTUE, my friend, is not an empty name;
Its feed divine grows in our inmoft hearts:
From God's owa pow'r proceeds that lightning name
Which fires h4gh hill, and through the welkin darts.
Let the rafh Atlhift brave erav'n's majefly;
By Vice,--nu Reafo fluch vain thoughts are held;
Men feck for doctrines which may let them 'rec
From duties too confiraining it fulfilled.
Oi, no: it is not Pride which fclf-love gives,-
FTis an intelligence by Heav'n belfow'd,
Which inakes us clearly know that Virtue lives,
And leeks her native excellence in God.
To Vice, 'tis true, prosperity is given,
And Avarice grafps the riches of the earth;
Elattery furpril's favors; but high Heav'n
Freferves thole hearts where its own truth has birth.
Meek piety, contented, lives unknown,
Wifdoin is valu'd by the flurpd crowd
As, in thofe lands where fciencd never fhone,
Pearls, which unheeded all their glory fhroud.
Virtue alone creates unfailing peace :
Frunm ice, repentance and dilguft are born ;
And gliitering crowns the weary head opprefs;
And glory fades e'rc its prime flowers are worn.
O Virtue, in thyfelf thou beareft heav'n !
Mv mect-ljov'd friend, if in this world below
Grief to the righteous heart is utten giv'n,
Religion aids us to fuitain the blow:
Pleafure and pain the fage fuit equally :
Each fate his native virtue grateful makes;
'I is true he cannot fix his defliny,
aBut from Adverfity le profit takes.
In his integrity fublimely hold,
He fears lnot that'-which weaker mortals dread;
With an uualtcr'd brow he could behold
The thunderbolt defccnding on his head.

FOR SALE,
By Jofiah Bacon,
No. .II,KlLBY-STREET,
70 hogfheads Tobacco,
ruperfine and flue Flour in whole and half barrels,
American Gun-Powder of-tehe eft quality, in kegs of
S 1 lb. each : Cloves, Poland Starch,
Camboofes and Anchors, of different fizqs, Axeltrec
Moulds, .4 Jo,
Segars, Ruffla Feather Beds, with
bollter and pillows,of an excellent quality, for cath or
approved credit. July 25.
For Sale, at No. i i, Hancock's wharf,
300ooo pieces NANKINS,
entitled to debenture. July 22.
Frefh Teas.
Now landing from the Ship PALLAS' Cargo,
ANVD FOR SALE, BT
SAWYER and WIGGLESWORTH,
At No. 69, Long-WharT,
S38 chefs firff qualities of Bohea Tea,
o do. do. Hysun Tea, Entitled to debenture.
.Ifo-I cafe Black Sattins. .,
July 2
Jujt received, andfor S; LE,
By Davenport Tucker,
At Nos. 23 t' 24, Long-WhLarf,
A few hhds. SUGAR, of the firft
Quality, suitable for Retailing.
July 22, 80oo.
Miffifippi Cotton.

30,ooo000 wt. of Miffifippi COTTON, of
an excellent quality, clofely packed in fquare bales.
For Sale, at No. 69, LONG-WHARF, -ALso-
50 hhds. good SUGARS, both entit-
led to Drawlback on exportation. (eptf.) May 30.

S Caraccas Cocoa.
JuJi Received,
33 barrels of Caraccas COCOA, in
excellent order, entitled to drawback, and
40,000 Havannah SEGARS, of the
very firft quality, for Sale by WILLIAM WALTER, jtun
, July 22. No. 9, Hancock's Wharf.
Shipping FURS wanted.
CASH will be given for SHIPPING
FURS, at No. 51, Long-Wharf.
July sa.
FOR SALE,
At No. 3, Fifh-ftrect,
30 bbls. Salmon, few do in tierces,
25 do. Turpentine,
30 do. belt Cargo Beef,
20 half bbls. Mefs Beef. July 22.
NANKINS,BOHEA & HYSON TEA,
fujl arrived from Canton, and for fale ly
SAMUEL P. GARDNER,
July 22. No. 66, Long-Wharf.
ANow landing, and for Sale,
By JOHN HASKINS, jun.
SNo. 35, State-Street,
i oo bufhels Corn, 70 do. Rye in bags,
o50 barrels fuperfine Flour, Ioo do. fine,
70 do. Crofs Brand, I5o do. killn dried Indian Meal,
xc calks Flax-Seed, I Hhd. Virginia Tobacco.
JYly 22.
FOR SALE,
On board the Sloop Indnfiry, JOHN DOGGETT,
mafler, lying at Lewis'-Wharf,
-T WEN rY-feven Hundred Bufhells
TurksIfland SALT. For terms apply to the maf-
ter on board or James Whalan, Jun. Market-Square.
July 22.
For Sale, at No. 43, LONG-WHARF,
15 tons Logwood, & 50,000
wt. Hifpaniola Coffee. July aS.
WANTED,
At the COLUMBIAN MUSEUM,
gg- A fmart acive LAD, from i 2 to
14 years of age, of good difpolition and manners.
July 22.


FRo SAL-- JHEREAS by an ACi of Congrefs
FOR SALE-1BY Jefe h Rob BY AUTHORITY.
James & Thomas H. Perkins, IO pal' d t veth dayf May,in the
At the.White Stores, No. xx, Fofter's-Wharf, ESpeafully acquaints his former yr of our Lord one thouand eight hundred, the Pre-
OHEA TEA, in whole, half and _. Customers and the Public, that he has taken a fident ot the United Stales is authorizid"c o borrow, on
quarter chefs, Shop opposite the paflage to flancock's and Lewis's behalf of the United I6tane, from the HBank of the United
Hyfn i Wharves, where he carries on the Tinman's Bufinefs; States, or from, any other body or bodic.s politic or cor-
Souchong and TEA, per chleft, and thofe whlo pleafe to favor him with their cufun porate,or from any person or perfons, and upon fuch
Congo may depend on the ftricloft attention to their orders, rerms and conditions as he fall judge inoft advantageous
firft and second proof Genevaiof excellent quality and either wholesale or retail, and the fmalleft favors grate- for the United States,a fmin not exceeding Three Milliion
perfe1ly white; fully received. Fee Hundred T/ioufand Dell/rs, to,howeve r, that no con-
French Bradyof ,, 3 and 4th proof whiteandbrown At the fame place, a conflant fupply, track or cngagcmtnt b nmade, which talll prelude the
Havanna Sugars; ofShip's Colors; and Colors made to any pattern, on United States from ruimburhig any fum or fumsborrow-
A few bales of low prized blue Broadcloths, suitable the florteft notice and ii tle eft manner. cd, at any time after the expiration of filtten years
for the Norrh-weft Coaft. S R h i s from the date of fuch Loan. -,\ WIIF.I-EAS it is de-
ills of Exchange on London, at Said R has r ale, the beft Cider I arcd by faid aa, that lb much as i be ncceffary of
Bs lht E hange on L a 3o Vinegar, per Hogfcad or lefs quantity. j tihe furplus of the duties on imports and toanhage, be-
days light. __ Juy __ He has alfo a Well that affords a con- youd the permanent appropriations heretofore charged
FOR SALE, flant fupply of Water, in a very convenient situation upon them by law, lhalll d pledged and appropriated
B Jofeph Huff for Shipping, at the North End. 6 w. Ju.. 13. for paying the interest; and alfo for paying ar.d dif-
-By OJ1eph y, ..- charging the principal fum or funls of all the monies
No. ii,Long-Wharf, Eourne & W ood, which may be borrowed according to the term or terms
20 bbls. Philadelphia fuperfine FlourHas re ed I which ay be fixed purfuant to the authority afore-
2co ditto ditto fine dit lour, dircFlyfrom .le M.dfaA'orNcs, L id. AoD WrHEREAS by the faid ;4& the faith of the
so2 ditto ditto ine ditto the Ship John Adams, United States is pledged to elablifli sufficient permanent
0oo ditto bolted Rye Flour, o N excellent affortment DR GooDs, revenues, for making up any deficiency that may here-
Shdittoled C Mel, ceand fine Caos,cluded, frip- after appear in the provisions before mentioned for
33 hhds. kilned Corn Meal, 05 bbls.do. do. viz.-low pced and fine Calicoesclded fnp- principal fums, or either of
40 bbls. Ship Stuffs, o700 bufsels Rock Salt, ed and twiled Nankins, Elegant Mullinott, white and paying the interft and principal ums, or either of
2ooo buflels coarfe Liverpool ditto, London printed Merfalea Waifcoating, tambour, fprig- the m,o any monies whicl Eay he borrowed purofant
Ixoo quintals merchantable Cod Filh, ed, fattin worked, lapet, cambrick, jaconett, book and to the Laid ad. AN DWiat g AS the Prefidet of he
o5 ditto Dumb Fifl, other Mullins of all qualities, Muflin Handkcrchiefs United States, dideby antntda or Com aifion under his
300 boxes Spermaceti Candles, Carpets, &c. &c. hand, dated the feventeenth day of May, in the year
00 gallons Spermaceti OiCandle, CarpUTLERY WARE; A EARTHEN one houfand eight hundred, authorize and empower
2ooo gallons Spermaceti Oil, CUTLERY WARE; Alo, EARTHEN WARE. Secretary of the Treafury to borrow on behalf of
xz boxes Havanna Sugars. July I5. Which with what they before had. on hand, makes a t Secretary of the reafury to borrow on behalf of
complete afortcnt; and will be fold very lowatth tie Uited States, any Lum not exceeding in the -whole
Scompleat affortmcnt; and will be fold very lowat theirThree Millions Five Hundred Thoufand Dollars, and
George Deblois, Ware Houfe, No.58, Ann-Street. [i m.] April s. to make fuch contract or contraals as fihold be neceffa
C UAINTS his friends and the May 20. ry, and for the interest of the United Statei, in purfuance
Puli, that be has received by the irr I n re e of the a of Congrefs above recited.
Capt. RoBINSON, from London, and by other late arrivals I NOW THEREFORE, the underfigned Secretary of
from Liverpool. &c. a b A Frefh affortment of plain, changea- the Treafury, in purfuance of t'he at of Congrefs and
An affortment of Merchandize, which ble and firiped, of a very superior quality, juft the authority from the Prefident of the United Start
lie will difpofe of holefale and retail, at hIis fore, opened, and for Sale, by JOHN CARNES, No. 54, States of Americn cntraere and engage n manner,-
No. I, DOCK-S..U.RE, ornhil, corner of Court-Street, with a variety of other ed States of merca, c6ntra and engage in manner,
GNo. IO, DCK-SZ L, r ( following, to ,it,
Corner of Wilfon's-Lane, on reasonable terms for Cal,. GOODS as ufual. 6wep. Jn 3 ft. There fial be created a funded Capital Stock
Among w.hih are, Jtiuf publyhed, and for fale at the BookJiore of to an amount hereafter to be designated by faid Secre-
Superfine, Middling, and low priced OHN ESTtary, but not exceeding Te Miion Five Hundred
Broadcloths, Caffmeres, Flannels, Shalloons, Tammies, T/ouand Dollars, which Capital Stock flial be divifble
Durants, Bombazett, plain and ftripd Calimaneoes, Flo- No. 75, CORNHILL, into shares of one hundred dollars each,bearing interest,
rentines, Sattinetts, RuIells,ri Linens,Sheeting, Tow- T HE BOSTON DIRECTORY at eight per centum per annum, payable quarter year-
elling, printed Cottons and Chintzes, Ginghams, Dimi- ly at the Treafury of the United States, or at the Loam-
tes, rffnetscoored Cotons d oh a tinga!, u- containing the names of the Inhabitants, their Offes, where the raid Stock may ftand credited, until
tis inets colored ings for wailcoatig, occupationlaces of bufinefs and abode, a lift of the he la day hof December in the yearneighteen hundred
tians, plain and colored Nankins, Cotton Checks, Ho- Civil Governiment of MaffachufettsiofLthe Publick Of- and eight.
liery, Mullins, Modes, Peans, Satins, Lufrings, Rib- ficers, Town Officers, Banks, &c. -Liew- d. After the laft day of Decembr in the faid yr
bons, printed and filk Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Gloves, '-Ad. After the la -day of December in the faid year
Silk Ferrets, Pins, Sewing Silks, white and Colore A new Table of the duties payable on one thousand eight hundred and eight, and after rca-
Threads, Silk Twill, Sioe and B-oad Bindings, Tapes, imported Goods, from and after the firft July-(This fonable notice to the creditors, which hall begiven by
white, green and Yellow Canvafs, Shirt Buttons, Oiled Table alone would coft 20o cents). A Table of Duties an advertisement in fume public newfpap,er printed,at
Cloth and Silk Umbrellas, &. &c. : on Stamped Paper, and a lift of all the Stages that run to the feat f government of the United States, the faid Cap-
July (6w.) i and from Bofton, with the places to which they'put up. ital Stock fall be redeemable at the pleasure of the
To which is prefixed a deferiptiou of Eofton, illuftra- United States, by the reimbursement of the whole foum
China Sattins and Lufrings. ted by a plan of the town. or fums borrowed and which may contitute the faid
ported in thefbip -lope, Capt.J. Donnifon, Ifro Canton Subfcribers td Kotzebue's Dramatic capitall Stock, either at the Treafury of the United State,
i pad ..or at the Loan Offices where the fame may and erc-'
and to he Sold, Works are ii4ormed, that the fixth, seventh, and eighth dited..
At No. 25, Marlborough-Street, numbers ae re ceived and ready for delivery, being, 3d. The credits for the faid Capital Stock fall and
(/o0,ppZoje ,i-Stet, "ADELAIDE OF ULFINGEN." may be separately certified in iums either for one hur-
A beautiful variety of coloured SA INS and LUS- A. SELF IMMOLATION. dred, four hundred, one thousand, four ihoufand, or ten
TRINGS, Wholefale and Retail, Tu And, "THE HAPPY FAMILY.' thousand dollars, and the credits fo certified fall be
Among which are thle loing colorl, viz. July 14 transferable by the creditors, or their attornies, at the
LACK Sattins aid Lufrings, Rofe B O O K S. Treafury and Loan Offices refperively, in purfuance
K S, of the rules which have been or which may he eftab-
and blue white, do. do. light and dark Green, lithed relative to the transfer of the funded Stock 'of
light and dark Olive, and olive Green; light and dark Imported in the Minerva, andfor Sale by the United States.
Blue,light and dark Grey, and silver Grey; light anddark T T W ST, r 4th. A sufficient fum of the surplus of the duties on
Plumb, light and dark Brown, do. do. light and dark JOHN WEST, No. 7 Cornhl imports and tonnage beyond the permanentappropri-
Pink, light and dark Barry, Peach-bloom, eflel, dove, A1 S I India DireQory, Forfier's Jour- nations heretofore charged upon them by law-.n;ogether
light and dark Ch lighiar anc-l. ..- awn ee. e --i_ -_ efrons Bengal to Engta),d, M1otherbv's medical with the faith of the United States, are hereby pledged
grey, plain grey, yellow, and light Straw, lighl Didtionary, Memoirs Of Edmund Burke, Miffionary for the fulfilment of this contra6, in purfuance of, and
and dark Purple, do. do.-Men's black Sattins, do. ve- Voyages, Sonnini's Travels in Egypt, Bartolomeo's Voy- according to the terms and conditions of the ad of
ry handsome, firiped and plain for coats-A frew peces age to the Eaf/ Indies, Thomfon's Letters of a Traveller, Congrefs herein before recited.
dirrent csoured CHINA SILK PANCHES, very suitable Stark's Italy.-Annual Necrology, Public Charater's.- GIVENunder my hand, and the feal of the Trea.
for Ladies' Sumnier Dreffes-Plain and ftriped Bogla- Brook's Gazetteer, improved and enlarged, Walker's fury of the United States, at Philadelphia,
poorest, for men, women or children. -ALSO- ditto. Enfield's Philofophy,Jones' Biographical Diion ) tbisfeond day of June, one thlufand eight b.n-
Afew p s rh fl b cilofopy Jones'BiographicalDifioneigt
A few pieces rich full bariy, crimfon, ary-Maor's Britifli Nepos, &c. &c. -Alo,- dred; and of the Independence the twenty-
chinefe garnet and b'ood coloured Sattins. A variety of Novels among which are fourth."'
S The above GOODS were manufas-ured fiom OLIVER WOLCOTT,
Pat s Thet, above GOODS ware mbanufaured f Emly of Lucern, ols. Azalais and Aimar 3 vols. Secretary of the Treafrry.
Patterins icnt, and feleZed at Canton, by an expcritcnc- Winter's Tale 4 vols. Henry 3 vols. Vitim of Conflan-
ed Perfon-the Fabric and Colours, are equal to any cy z vols. Weftbrook Village, vols. Romulus, 2 vols. BANK OF THE UNITED SIATES.
imported to this Country, and are perferly clear front Phedora 4 vols. Clermont 4 vols.'Cnthelia 4 vols. &c. neBANK OF THE, 800UNITED S
fpots. (6. wA.) June 24. Alfo,fr Sale as above, PROPOSALS will be received until the laft day
IOR SALE- BY Julia and the Illuminated Baron. of July next inclusive, at the Bank of thle Uited Staes,
IBenjamnin Hodgdon, jun July.- I. and the Offices of Difcount and Depofit at BoJlon,,.\ep'
No. 67, Lonf-Wharf. iNEVW GARDEN SEEDS. rof, Baltimore, No,,b/k, and Chanrlf n,. for the r 6,,Wf
nfnn niNnl nA F:,N I ~r, nadl l C~,,mr in, fothr a ,il


- HILAdelphia fuperfine Flour, ditto
S single and double refined Loaf Sugar, of a (upe-
rior quality. July 15.
i MUSLINS.
OOK, tambor'd, open work, and'
cam'brick MUSLINS, juft received, ;nd will be
jold u,nufallBy cheap, by
TROTT & BUMSTEAD,
No. 13, UNION-STREET.
A4fo, Beft yfon Tea, per Cheft or
single pound. June 24.

Hair Seating.
At. No. 2, CORNHILL,
A Quantity Striped and Plain HAIR
SEATING. --ALSO-
2oo0 yards TOW CLOTH.
.July 15.
Benja in, Faxon and Ifaiah Lucas,
INFORM their Friends and the Pub-
Slie, that they have Removed from Stores No. 8 and
No. I,Ann-Street, and commenced Bulinefs under the
firm of
FAXON &9 LUCAS,
A: NTo. 2, Codmani's 'tarf-- here the bave for Sale,
A general affortment of W. I- Goods
and Groceries of the firft quality, wholesale and retail.
Litew.rfe-A quantitvof IVORY.
N. 3. Fishermen fupplied, and veffels' Stores
put up at fhort notice, on the moft rcafonable terms,
and the fmalleft favors gratefully aclrnowledged,
Conflant attendance from 5 o'clock in the morning, until 3
in ibe evening. July I5.
New Paper Hangings.
Jufi received by the Minerva, fr-m London, andforjale at
J. BUMSTEAD's,
No. 53,'. 1arlbtro'-Street,
A Large and elegant addition of En-
glifli Paper Hangings and Borders. -ALso--
A variety of Looking-Glaffes, with
gold and mahogany frames.
General .for-tment of Uphol/lery.

t- Wanted-A Perfon who is well ac-
quainted with the Paper Stainer's Bufinfts. Alfo, Two
Boys as Apprentices-None but fuch as can be well re-
comamended need apply. [6 w.] July 8.


Received by the Jhip Galen, from London, and
for Sale by JOt-N BARTLETT, at his SEED SHOP,
oppf'ite the White-Horfe Tavern, Newbury-itreet,
jouth-end, Boflon,
A General Aflortment of Garden Seeds
of the laft year's growth ; among which are the
following.viz.-Earlcy golden hotfpur Peas, Charlton
do. frame do. Nichols do. dwarf, crooked, fugar and
green prolific do. tall marrow fat and dwarf do. Lead-
man's dwarf do.; Windfor Beans, Parfnip, orange and
lcmrn Carrot, fcarlet, falmon,flort-top and turnip Rad-
ifi, long green Cucumber, long Turkey do. early fliort
do. white do: early Dutch Cabbage, Yorkflnre do. fugar
loaf do. battery do. green and favoy do. early and late
Cauliflower, red and drum-hcad Cabbage, early flat
Dutch Turnip, French do. tennis-ball and large ihad
Lettice, curled Peppergrafs and garden Creflcs, white
and brown Mluftard, Onions, blood, red and white Beet
Lavender, Rofemary, Thyme, feet and pot Majorum,
Sage, Baum and Hyfop, green Endive, prickly and
round Spinnage, Afparagus, white Brocole, purple do.
white Broclov and purple do. green and coloured Cale,
curled Parlcey, Nafturtions, Larkfpur, Purple Globe
and Sweet Peas, thellots and garlic folid, Cellery, Ca-
nary and Rape Seed.
Alfo-Grals Seeds, millet and burnet,
red and white Clover, Herds and Rhode-Iflaud red top,
together with a great variety of Seeds, Peas and Beans
of American growth .
Nv. B. Gentlemen in the Country, who
i.ay wilh to purchase, may reft auliTrcd, that by fend-
ing their Orders,they will be ftrictly attended to, and
an allowance made to thofe who purchase to fell again
Feb. z2, i80o. ranm.
Old Wood Wharf, with a new Tenant.
E- DWARD CAZNEAU,refpe&fully
S informs the Public and his Friends in particular,
that he has commenced WOOD WIIARFINGER, at the
Wharf lately occupied by Mr. STEPHEN HALL, where
is ready to be exchanged for Cafl, Eaftern and South-
Shore WOOD. LiLe'wife,
A few cords of BARK, fuitable for
Family or Tanner's ufe. Pundiuallity obfcrved, and.
all favors gratefully acknowledged.
Bofltn, Aprcl I, 1800. iJuly .
-__ PLEASE TO NOTICE.
IRT and Stones of any kind, fuita-
ble forfilling in,will be received, and vcildcls hav-
ing ballaft to difcharge,will be affifted at Harris'-Wharf,
formerly Grjfin's-Wharf-Purchafe Street.
Julyts. (I m) i


directed by the Secretary of the Treafury, to be iffued
in purfuance of the abovementioned contract. The
proposals moll advantageous to the United States will be
accepted, but no Stock will be iflfucd at lefl than five
per centum advance, or one hundri-d and five dollars
in money for one hundred dollars in flock. In calfe Ih-
films fpecificd in similarr proposals Ilhall exceed tl'e a-
-mount of flock offered for file at the places abiovemen-
tioncd, they will be accepted, fibjec: to a proportional
dedudion. G. SIMPSON, Caflhier.
Ojice of Di;fcourt and Detpot,
at Bollon, yu/v ii, ifco.
The Calhier having received direaions
to difpofe of Four Hundred Thoufand Dollars oi Eight
per cent Stock, informs the Public, he is now ready to
receive proposals agreeably to the terms in the forego-
ing advertisement.
PETER ROE DALTON, Cafoi*r.
LOST, or STOLEN from a team,
Between Mr. Benjamin Wheeler's, Newvbury-flre!, and
.MjefJrs. Bennoch and Bedford's, M1larlboro'-flreet,on
Saturday evening l/fl,
A BUNDLE, containing 1 piece of
Dinmothy, z do. Mullin, I piece black Gauz,-, 20
yards green and blue Sarfnet, I dozeni Ladle,' srhoes, a
-dozen Wcbfter's Spelling Books, i do. Primincrs, i piec:
black Gauze, lgroce Galoon. A rvard of Ten Dol-
lars will be given, if lolt, to the person who will turn
them to the Printers, and Twenty Dollais, if ftolrn. for
the Thief and Goods. July s.
LOST--fuppofid to be left at fome hourf, /
A Large green filk UMBREU.LA,
considerably faded, had a joint in the handle,
and a brafs Ferre: to flide up and down, the bottom of
the handle cut square and made of Hickory. Whoever
will leave it at ithe igs of lhe Watchl, F-.re-,eet, wil! Ib,
handfomely rewarded, by S. H.-iYIN.
July 22.
WANFE'D 1TO PURCHASE,
A Good HOUSE, foutl of State-ftreet,
.and within one or two minutes walk of the oid-
State-Houfe. Inquire of the Printers. June 22.
TO LET,
HE genteel convenient DWEL-
LING-HOUSE, fituated in Harover-Strect, near
Uoncert-Hall, late! occupied by Dr. ISAAC RAND, 2d.
Inquire of the Printers. July 22.

Wanted-A Boy, about 12 years of
age, to ferve in a f:na!l. lfmily. Inquye of the Printer
Ju'y z2.




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