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Title: Columbian centinel
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Printed aialp.a.lihtd, o n WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, by BENJAMIN RUSSELL, in State-Street, BusTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
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Whole No. 80o.


WFEDNESDAT, JANUARY 4, 1792,


1NO. 33, of VQ. AVI.


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rencA/ at& apefrs.

LETTER OF THE KING,
To the gener& officers and commanders of
the eflablihed troops, addreffed to ctah
commaWaer of a coops.
S, ARIS, Otlober 14.
IN accepting,fir.the crhftitution, I pro-
m i'ed to maintain it within, arid de-
fend it against the enemies from without,
the kingdom. This f'oemn a&, on my
part, ought to banifh from the mind every
kind o; uncertainty., It determines, at
the fame time, in the clearest and molt
precife manner, the rules of your duty,
and th( motives of your fidelity., My in-
tention is, that you should announce to
the troops under vour command, that
.my determination which I think effential
'to the happinefs of Frenchmen, is as in-
v.ariable as is my love foru.hem.
The Law and the King now blended
together, the enemy of th- Law becomes
"rh'einem.y of the King. Under whate-
Ivr pretence ditobedience and want of
diekiplFne may not be coloured, I de-
clare that I hall regard every attempt;
Scery infringement of the law,as a crime
againfl the nation,and again my person.
_. There mayperhaps, have bedn a timh
'wTeh officers, by an attachment to my
rpe ifon, doubt ful of my real feritierftsi
might have thought it heir duty to heft-
late on the obhgations which seemed to
nmilitae againfl heir firft eng'apentn: .
-brit after all that I have done' i our
ought no longer to fubfifLt. *,'
I cannot' consider thole as fincerely do'
Svted to me who. abandoq their country
in the moment when it required heirr
beft fervicet." Thole o0 LY are firicerely
attached lo me, who follow the fame
Afps asa'nmyllte-who remain firm to.their
- p6it--wfho. far from defpairing of' the
public farewv, confedertte themselves
eith me in effeing it, and are r'folved

Tell, therefore, all thofe who ate un-
',der your orders, both officers and fol.
diers, that the happi;el's of their couh-
frv depends on their union, theit entire
Sf.bmnnfiun to the laws, and their af&ive
Seal to enforce their execution. The
'country requires this harmony, which
tonftitules its efficacy a-nd power. The
pa.ft diforders, and the prifent circum-
ftancee, giving to thefe virtues of the
.watriour, during peace, Fn inetimable
alfue..-to them will be due every kind
.6T diftinorio, reward, and testimony of
public acknot 'edgmerits.
signedd) LOUIS.
(Couiuerfigned)' D.UPORTAlI.
1ROC.LAMATION of the Kti rtffped.
ing E,.ttIRANTS.
.. OC. 14, i'791.
-" HE rKing, informed that a great
number of Frenchmen quit their
:.ountrv, and retire into foreign lands, has
o.tbe'en able to fee, without the moft
* hi'ey concern,fo considerable an emigra-'
ion ; and though the law allows all
.Prenclih'n free departudre rbr the king.
don, the King, whofe paternal tender.
rtefss watches inceffantly fbr the general
itiereft, and for the interest of all indivi-
duals, is bound to intbrip all thole who
remove iromn their country of their trudI
duty,.a.nd of the caufa of regret which
they jirIpare for themselves. If any of
t them w re mrnfled by the' idea th't they
afford' t e King a proofodf their attach.
:. in let 'them be undeceived, and un.
derfland that the Kir.g will regard as' his
t'ie, his qnly friends, hole who cooper"
ate wth rfis.to maintain and enforce re.
fpet -tp the la-ws, to eftablifh order'
and 2eascin the kingdom, and confirmii
- every species of prosperity for which .a-
.ture.fe Mnsato have defined it.
.. When the King accepted the con-
.fitution, he wifhed- to terminate civil
difcord; to re-eftablilh the authority
pf the law.rand likewifeto fecure all the
riglqi of libi ty and property. He'ought
to ffaitter HimfelJ that all Frenchmen'
15 his defigns; yet, ag this
,vry peito, emigrations feemed tlb'Wtil
ly ; a netnSor of citizens abando r' '
'duntr-y and their King, and are gd.i
to carry, 1e.. ghounis gsions it


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to 411, and the duties of royalty which
are principally attached to thofe who o-
bey the law. All ought to follow him,
whilft he la'bouri for the happinefs ofthe
people. T~e King .demands this re-
union,in order to support his efforts, in
order to form the moft dear consolation ;
he demands it for the happinefs ot
all ; think of the diftrefs which an oppo.
fite con.du& will occafion to your King ;
let it be rome weight to you, to fpare him
that aflhi&ion which to him would be the
moft painful of all.
Done at Paris, in the Councit of State,
the' 4th Ot7ober, 1791. '
(Signed) LOUIS.
(And underneath)) Di LESSART."

LETTER OF THE KING,'
To the CoM.MLIANDANT of the Po~rs.
"' AM informed, gentlemen, that em-
'I igrations every day increase in
the body of the marine, and can' no long.
er delay to exprefs to you the lively con-
cern which I feel from this circumftance.
"'How can it happenri that the officers
of a body,.whofe glory hai always been
fo dear'to me, and who have at all times
aftfrded me the moft signal ptoof of their
attachment and :of their zeal for the ler-
vice of the flkte, fhiou!d allow themselves
to be miftedTo fair as to lofe fight of
what they owe to their country, 'what
they owhe to rdiy affe&ins, what they
owe td theinfelves ?
"This meafure of extrediiy would
have appeared lefs furprifing fomie months
fine, wheri aiarch)'.reiedct to be at its
height, and when its'period'could'ndt b-'..
afccrtained.
But rii6w, that the greatefI aid iiofft
prudent part of' the nation are defirous of'
the return of ordkr arid of fubmiffion to
the laws, can it be polible that generous
and faithful marines' f should critertain
a thought of feparating themflcvcts from
their king? I ..
" "Affure thofi braxv ofiReers, whodn I
efleern, whqm I love, an'd who have me-
tited it, that hondor'a"ad, their coui'try
f&mmon them. Aflre themm that theii
return, which I dcfire ab6ve every' thing,
and in which I will retoSaiz 1 all good'


CALL, at the Rock Ldnding-and a let-
ter addreffed to the commriianers of the
United 6tat-s for running the boundary.
line, were handed to us by a gentleman
lately from the Rock Landing.

REPORT OF Ma. MIDDLETON.
O N my arrival I was advifed by Mr.
SD' oUZEAUs x not to proceed to
SGeneral M'GILLIVRAY with-the letters,
left I shouldd get robbed on the way ; but,
to fend an Indian,'which I did do, wii'h
the difpatcies, oniimitted to mhy charge.
The heads of the towns' were at this
time gone to a talk to be held at the half
way houf(, where, the heads of the Up.-
per and Lower Towns were to hold a
meeting and consult whether they should.
takeBoWLEs' talk, or not.
,On meeting,.the Mad Dod and Tame
.King of tie Upper Towns, afked the
Lower, whether they had already taken
BOWLES' talks, where the letters were
'which this great man had rfnt them, atd
where the white man vas,'who'was to'
read tho'e letters ?' The Iundian, i-"1
BoVWLes' employ, anfwered, he',was to. I
.give them the talk :'They made laugh
of this and faid they dould' hear his
n mouth' every day-they had come there
to fee thofe letters and hear them read :"
:And upon this moft of the Chiefs of the
Upper Towns left the meeting, the few
who remained took the talk. It was
afterwards agreed that a talk fhould-be'
held at the.. point, to ;know whether
BonL'tLs, who -had not got the -natiin
generally to talk, his talks, would then.
'proceed to do what he' could for them
.according tO his' promise. .The 'ihfwer
was, he had got all he wanted .to join
him, and he shouldd pu't the big feal to
th', talk and fend it over to the big war
ter to the big mair, and that he, Bow sE'a
would' alfo .rite to Georgia to have their
lands given up,.and if .they did not, he
he would write' to England, for affiftance
to have their lands taken. back again.
Ice then advifed them in the meantime
to go a hunting'; but charged them to
be peaceable, not to fleal horfes, and to
be friDndly: to the white people, that it
was'not his talks to kill or fleal. He '
all told them that ho had fix~ houfand


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fuld .11,~


riches which the wants of tfieir fellow. Frenichmen, all my true friends, will re.
citizens demand : Thus, whilA the King fore them forever all my affe&ion.
ecdeavodrs to restore tranquillity,and the '* It can no longer be difemnbled that
happinefs which is'its consequence, it is the f~rft and peaceable execution of the
then that they think that they ought to eonflitution is now the moft certain me-
abandon him, and refufe hint the aid- thod of..appreciaiing its advantages artl
which he has a right to expeA from all. difcovering'what may be waiting to its
The King is not ignorant that fe- improvement. .
veral citizens, especially proprietors',have : 'W'hat then,ts.yoir ddty. to all ? .o
quitted their country, only because they remain faithful at your pot ; to co-oper.
have not found in the authority of the .ate with me with alacrity and loyalty,in
laws the proteflion which was due to order to fecure the execution of the laws
them ; his heart has laniented thefedifor- whicti the nation thinks muft constitute
ders, but ought nothing to be allowed t9 i's -appinefas to gi re inceffantly new
circumstances ? Has not the King him- proolTs ot your attachment to your coun-
felf had causes of vexation ? And when try, and. of your zeal for its service.
he forgets them to attend only to the It'is thusthat youth f'theis became
common happinefs, has not he a iight td flluftrious, and that you alfo have dif-
expec that they should follow his exam. tinguilhed yourfelves ; fuch are the ex.
pie ? How can the empire of thd laws be amples which you ought to leave to your
eftablilhed, if all the citizens do not co. children, the remembrance of which,
operate with the head of the fate I-ow never to be extinguishedd, will conlitute
can a flable anri permanentorder baefta- your glory.
blit"ed, and tranquillity be reftored, if by It is your king who demands ofypu
a ticere coincidence every individual to remain inviolably attached to the' du-
does not contribute to terminate the-ge- ties which you have always fo well dif-
neral inquietude ? How, in fine, hall charged; you would have regarded it as
the common interest fupercede-tice inter- a crime to refift his orders ; you cannot
eft of individuals,if inftcad of extinguit. refute to comply with his entreatie.s; ,
ing the spirit of party, every individual will not niention tc you the da&-i
perfifts in his .own opinion, and prefers gers,the difagreeable confequences,which
to go into .exile, rather than yield.to the a contrary coniduE-might produce,I will
bomnmon opinion ? not fuppofe that any of you can forget
'" What virtuous fentiment,what found that he is a Frenchman.,
interest can then produce thefe emigra. I charge you, gentlemen, t.o addrefs
'tiops The spirit of party which has oc- on my part, a copy of this letter, to all
aloned all our misfortunes,' is calculated the officers belonging to your depart.
only to prolong them. Frenchmen,who ment, and particularly .o thofe who may
have abandoned youth country, return iti- have quitted it .
to its bofom ; there is the poft of honour, (Signed) LOUIS, ,
beicaufe true honour confifts in feiving (And underneath) Da BiaiRAb"."
Our country, and defending the laws. .- ... ..- ..
Come to afford them that fuppoit which By the laft MAILS.
is due from all good citizens ; they, in -
return,will reftare you all the tranquillity GEORGIA.
and happinefs which you feck in vain in __ .__
a foreign land. AUGussrA, Nov. T1, 1791.
', Return then, arnd le the h .--T'C..; reort of Mr. MiOalTON,
t.-tl ...,i t wi -e, o betweenr. y e aai'onr tay fMr. eMi L aTc OMo" r
thble timnts which belong equally Creek nation-a talk received by Major


men on the islands, and he could gef
men by fending for them, if thofe were
not enough ; that when he should bring
his men there, if any of the Indians
choofe to Join him they might, if not
they might itf till. BoWLEs alfo in-
formed the Indians that he was about to
fend letters for Georgia, and had pointed.
out an Indian who could talk Englifh
to bring them; the Indian thus appoint-
ed informed DUROUZBsAUx he should,
carry, them to Beard's Bluff ; but Do-
aROUZEAUX dirfeted him to carry therm
to the Rock Landing ; and it was be-S
lived the letters were fent off when I
left the towns. The Indian who carried
the difpatches, to, General M'G i.LtV-
RA', found the General' indifpoled, he
read the letters, and told the Indian he
would make fome letters in the morning;
the Indian accordingly waited till after
breakfast, when, M'GiLLIVRAY, told
him the, Indians had thrown hia talks
a vay ; they had made him afhame.d irn
hs own country, and a liar to the white
people ; that they had taken a firanger's
talks, and ih:rown away his, and now he
had thrown theirs away, they might get
fome body elfe to make talks and letters.
for them.. He then declared he should
.leave the nation ; a good many of thp
heads of the, Upper .Towns, being pre-
fent,' craved him to flay ; but he would.
not liften to them ; thole among them,
he faid, which he thoughtto be, fenfible
men, had taken aftranger's talk, a mart
who had deceived him once by tilling
him he was a great man, and when ho
afked for his, curiritlfon, faid, he had
left it at home:'-That by the fpring he
expeeedA to fee them all killed or drove,
and then they would be glad to hear hia
talks ;-for when the Great King waK
here with all his people, and had fuch of
the Indians, as chofe to join to; affift,
the Americans drovehim and his people_
away, and ,What could they, with a hand-
ful of men, expee& to do against the Aie-
. h. k-pt peace fo- thcm--
a long tine, but they woulf¬ find it
fo hereafter.'
A TALK,
Received by Major CALL, Nov. 6, 1791.
The White Bird King came over, at-
tended by a Chief Warriour of the Cuf.
-feras, called the Mole, and George the
Warrior, from the fame towns.
.The While Bird King began, and de.
livered a Talk from the Chief King of
the Cuffaras, called the. Big Little M-an,
which amounted to this: That they were
for nothing but peace and quietnefs, and
wished to take the white people, all by,
the hand, and to keep a white path from.r
here to the nation ; that if, a white
man was killed above here as was re-
ported, they knew nothiig p it ;that the
Coweras, to '#hom th debt was due, had
iiot yet fent'out a partly to take latisfac.
tion; .
'Thp chief, called the Mole, delivered,
a liter from Boarles, (called by him the
L.ing Captain) dire&ed to the commif.
fykners 6f the United .States, for fettling
the' boundary line, &c. &c. 'which was
Trea~d;'dter which, the White Bird King'
gpefented Mr. Ellicot with a white wing,
which the Mole had brought down as a
token of friendship, And to be fent to
Congress; he allb requcfltd fomething
white in return, to carry io.the nation, to
(hew that the path was white.

Ufathees, O01. 26, 179t.
By order of the Chiefs in coancii'met.'
Gentlemen,
Feeling with the.depeft concern, the.
hkoliliiies and bloodfhed,. 'whibh have
blen produced by the differencefubfift.
ing between us and the Utiited'States, in
all parts.ofour. borders ;, we now offer
our endeavours, it., half of the four
nations, owa rd, terniuating th'.prefent
war, and. adjdftiing fuch terrs of recon.
ciliation, ai may 4ecide forever the mat.
ters.,now in difpnt.e.. .. .
You well know that tOe caufe of dif.'
content with us, .has ev'er been the limits
and borders of our country. Without
entering into the particulars of this dif.
pute, as it. relates to the various pats of,
the :jnvifihe'}ine between 'tis ad'hihe'
white people we only beg ybotitocbntid.
cl, whether on an infpt ilon of the rasp






i'f his; c sanlry, and-tle hiflory of-rthe
two laif centuries, itldoes not appear,'
that of-the dt.o people it fs the Indfans
and not the white-peolc, Who have the.
aOoft reason to tomphapiti, of .traitenped
:limits. We have retreated from the
plain to the woods, from thence to the,
mountains, but no limits eftablifhed by-
nature ,or by- coTr'at, haveltayed the
ambition or fatisiied the 'avarice of -yOtr
.peopie. But there isa time when poli-
ti.cal. diforders have their end; as you
.yourfelves have expcrienced,and wa look
forward to.
It is the'fofeifin determination orf'l 6
-Iur chiefs, in. council met, to adhere to
'an: order fairly agreed upon ; but fuch
agreelientm(itu be' national afls,that hA've
the concutrehce of the* legiflative coun-
cil of :he nation, and not a clandefline
bargait'with an unconnefled'individual,
as this present pretended convention
with A .1NDERsa M'Gi'Lct. itAr' has
'been-;'fuchtranfaftions originate in fraud.
ard always khad- to animofities -and
.bloodThed. .' t :
You should be remindedd tlat wTrin is-
Bri annick Majeft$y had poffeffions in itls
SCarolinas, Georgia ahnd the Floridas, hec
nejer claimed ainy fovereignty over there
i nations ; but we continued, during all
hatti'me,'fpread over this country, and
were 'onifidered the lawful owners of all
the land hot folad fy us h to the Britifh
'fuibje&s. "- .
We therefore conceiere, and-'yowdl-
Sknow, that no sovereignty was ceded. to
you at the peace of ii8,r except ovedr"
-fuch laid aswas' -paichafed by his tMt-
'jefty1s fubje&s 'by folemn treaty arid
,that we are now,as We always have been,
'an independent and' free people. Know-
"ing this anrd knowing our ability to main-
:ain our indeperrdehice, we view, with
aflonit'hment, the fleps taken by the
United States to rob us oourr'land. ""
We. have'Bef6re us' an aft paled by
-the legislative body of -he late ofGeor-
gia, at Augtfta,- dated the !oti Dec.
y8., entitled an aft for difpofing of
.certain vacant lands or territory within
,tltis flue ". We.altual!y fee".our whole
S*oontry.laidinrrto difltyits, without ttonft-
'dering us. td( have any claim, or right:
whatever-'f theie cotmtry- which 'natutr6
kas Biftlowed upon us, and- of which op-
ireffion or prejudice alone' can atteript
to rob us. We alfo fee thatintrmbers of
men have folemnly ehigaged themselves,
*hud are riow forming plans, to get pof-
fellon of,ofar lhnds-thjs we fee in a
publicationn ofT this- year, extraftnd from ,
'"-the minutes'of the comrpanTiei'it Gfharles-
:- on, dared the i4Lh.January, and finally
adjufled and agreed upon th'Sth'of'A;
pril, and we at this-time fee a military,
force brought within the borders of ou'r
country, ho pretend to treat with, us
about a border. to bh bbferved.in future
between us '
Gentlemen-..ye do- not underiland.
your prefant proceedings; but as it is our
wifh to put an end to further bloodied,
we-propofe therefore that you should ap-
point orie or mre perfons), duly author.
.rized by the Congrefs ,of the UAnited
States, to treat with the Chiefs in coun-
cil met at theUfachees, where all public
bufinefs will be'trarnfaled as -oon as may
be : But should your intentions be dif,
honeft, know that we fill have warriors
fuflicient to ftain your land with blood;
and that it is our 'folemn determination
to fell our lives willi our country.
But peace is befft for all then ;, we
* ther'lore defire you to consider well the
bufinefs now in hand, arnd let us know
your determination as f6on as poffiblde.,
q'y order of the Supreme Couricil,
GES. WM. A. BOWLES,
'__. [Direfor oj affairs, 'Creek Nation.

Foreign Advices.

FRANCE.
p_,iiisj.. n HE following is extracted
ocT. 1i. .X from' one of-our papers
in the-interift-'of the Cou reN D'ATroIs,
Sad the- other counter-revolution ifs, and
whatever degree of credit it.may deferve,
it, proves.cledrly -that that party, fill
keeps up itshopes,f"_ True it-is, however,
that the number of emigrants. fr6mn:thei
kingdom has been very great fince the
law,for preventing emigration. was. re-
pealed, ,
o Every thing contributes to make us.
believe that .an explosion is generally
imagined,.and. that ihe affembling of a
Congrefs at Aix la Chapdle't will proba.
bli be- avoided, left-it shouldd retard the
4dcifive, Rftepthat .are detersmined upon.
Within the fpace of tcree weeks the
number, of'. migrants. has' amounted to
miarly,;cot~s .:.ifalrmc.may judge. by t-he
prodtinonsveiuantity ,tlhat arrives daily',1
a&.we.1sC .Geo .iandf-.ormsi as atAeth;,
it v ;-.1*, *i '* .


"i Ifjl, &ac.-rG,oo6 mren whhh the -------
SPr-iceof fHef Cafel furni(hlso he CENTINEL.
Princes' -and 8,oob which have been
differed tb them by the Princt- of Hy RETROSPECT f The EVENTS
Dairmffadt, Who anorrigft the Sovereigns T n "
of the second order, is the moil diflin- .* 7 .. .
gaifle-d by his zeal for the re-eftablith. Bos roN, JA N. 2, 1 92. :
merit of Royalty in 'Frince, and by his 'T E year jufl expired has been preg-
hatred towards the principles of the Re- riannt with great and- niterelling
veatlio' wiff; together with the emi- events.
grantis,-forama refpetable aray. S., -
Sixty thoufdnd Auftrians are like-" : We have feen an a&ive War waged
wife expected' to arrive about-he fame, a gainfl T.iao SuLTAN, by the -Englij
time on the-frontiers of France, and af 7ndia CArkfany's forces, under Lord
'2,boo Prflians are it no great diflance. CORN WALLIs-bdefore whofe armsSeirrng-
The zeal which tie great CATHER'Ng aptam, and fev"eral other places, have
and the bravB-Gi.usTdius have already fallen :-We have' een TrPPro, vigilante
ih1ewn, leaves no room to doubt the ap- arnd active; advancing and retreating, at-
,proaching arrival of their armies, which, taieking and fyin'g, almoll with the cele'-
after the lapfe of a m6nth'will be able to ity of thought-and Almoft literally to'
-effe& nothing'before the month of May fulfil his declared intention of" makingn.
next. he Eng f.l' trol after him' until their feet
ITs probable "that the arify of the jhoutlftell to Tihef.ze of Elephant's teeth."
'"mpire will be employed but -in-prelrv- TirPo's lbTfs,in men, has not been great ;
ing tranquillity in the empiruitfelf; and, while the ekpenfe of the Englifh army
tonCklering the "iiipoflibility for France has been enorm6u,. The event of the
to oppose refllanc'e, he'nuinber o'ftroops War is yet tdncertai, as Lord CoR.RI-
above enumeratec mull be admitted more WALLIS has rejeaed all ihe overtures of
than' fufficient to. reduce the rebels. of Peace fade by TiF'Po;
By a letter from beyond the Rhie .
'~ie have ltie Jlloiwing"'intelligence: At -FRANCE
length ththe monflous French conftitution Nektptefenits a1fe'lf to obtur ittenti6d.
is in its lift agonies, A courier, diG- 'In the preceding year, wve have fedn the'
patched by ile Emparour, and who ar' 'termination of the labou'rs lf a Body of
rivdd at Coblent. on the 28th ult..informri Paitripts, vho, iflumined by the rays f
.'d the French Princes of the adcerence 'the Shunf f"Liberty; which arofe in the
of all the powers, without exception, to .-Unied States, have made discoveries of
the convention of Pilnit!. "His Impe- the Rights 'of Man,'unparafleled in the
tial Majefty.'congYatulated them npon it, Hiflory of the World :--We, have feeh
and added, that all the league Princes a Morrarch', wltoiw Amrnicans love and
'had fent o'rdters to their refpelive Am- refpe&, misguided by ambitious Cotnt.
"Bafiddir in Frai,,, to quit that kingdom. fellors, iTqing with .his family from his
The- Emperdur likewise mentioned,, that kingdom ;-an&d- e'haavefeer" the -citi.
-. e lad'haflened the march of his troops' zens of Fr'anct, witi a f iagnaninmity fu-
o' f't the fpeedy execution of the plan a- -y perioui' t all we have riad of,in Romar.,
e"ed upon. -coddulino fafet$, that Monarch back
'"Thisnws But ill agrees wih the e- to his p4lace -We Hfiave flnce feetniid,
curity with which-:M MoN s-r ioN s after difmnifling thofe advisers, appearbc-
endeavoured toI iti,pire the Confliriting fore the aT rhbled Nation, and frmally
Affemblyin its latter i tings. We here ratifyt' hiattQtsfir TiON,Which forms
witness preparations which feriouty an- 'itbafsdohis glory as a Patriot King,
'iorin'e tihe contrary of what hle .aid.: drid m8 plahidium of his aid the Rights
Eight days. ago-the, Mariial Baron be ofa 'c 1 rll'enhrfih n [His fincerityi and i
BAjiR -fpecial order bf tie Empq-; pairiotifm are' fa e feet in the offDoial
roiur, vi ited thi "port bf Ofield, aid gave communications 6otilitled i.thilis day's
'Wdeis to leave a large fpice foir 'the Ruf. I' C NTt. iEI ;]-,-And laift'e i*d avd feen
fan and Sweedijh fquadrbnl, expeded tbnvoked the firft French' Legiflative.
there. He likewise ordered quarters to Cogrefs,. under the new confitution-
be prepared r 8,ooo men. composed of men whofe patriotifimand-
SpLetters from Yprer affirm-' that die love of Liberty,are unquellioned,though,
eomte W'ArTdrs has given his word of in talents,they may be thought not equal
_hono.it. tl. e. l ran-..*.. A -Ato the forer AflenhJvy jro-a ,ia -.
"the ih of Nova er,-they fhoudre- "to agree e, we wi.t pain turn to one'
.ente, r Fran." delineated by thefomnbre-pencil.
S ,* .' O u T COUNTRa RVOLUTIONATISTSI,
D.courf-ofM. Ie Marecal, de Bod'. By whom We mean the refugee Prin-m-
at the head of the French nobility,addrefed ces and Nobles of France, the Princes ofr,
.4o Monfieur le Comte de ROwANzo*, the Empire, and the dignified.Clergy ofnA
Mini"er of the Empreftof Rufia, ar.the tal who drew. hevenues'from France,;'
Court of Monsauashe Kin&g's brother, appear by the laft-accounts, fHill to me-:-
a Coblentz. nace the-tranquilityof France-The emi-


MONSIE ;
.* Your auguft fovereigtiias.l'bngBeen -
intitled by the jufteft rights to the fe-
fpeft and admiration of the French nobi-.
lity. TEo day he 'has acquired a title to
their gratitude and their love. Charged
by them, in' quality of their chief, with
the-glorious duty of offeringtheirhopmage :
to that iHllufrious..Emprefs,. I'have the
.ho-nour to intreat the Ceti'tede R'omA'N-
zow'to communicate it to heir. .
Receive, Sir.yourfelf, the fincereft ac.
knowledgments, which all the gentlemnen
owe to-the sentiments you have manifeft-
ed for,-them."'
,* -Anfierof the Comic Rosm nzow
S1Mornficur -A M AJIcHAL,and you,
Gentlem'en, '
All fovereigns, fince they watch over
the interefts of their people;'; all nations'
*jealous for the- prefervation- of their:
happinefs;:have vifibly, gentlemen, but4
one opinion upon 'the misfortunes of
France:. But it was the defliny of a reign '
diftinguilfhed byfoniuch glory, that the
E1mprefs fhould-be the firft to-merit and
to obtain the.tribute 'of this homage.-"
he limits of Empires recede, when' th '
piercing eye of a great monarch considers
iritee'and talentede ,
'\-4.T'heEmprelfs is no .-longer a firanger "
ftoyou-; (he contemplates with fatisfac-
ioni- the' French 'nobility, proving what-.
dver' elevation hereditary vii !ue canr
iive; whatever irtereft loyalty, and at-
ftchme'nt to their maalers can inspire.
It'ffmdred,_gentleien, that nothing
was"wanting to ihe glory of the Emprefs;
however, it is illuftrated by the frep yo.u
have taken ; and-for myfilf, gentlemen,;
full of'admiration for'youq and for the
illuflrious' "warridr' at your heid d;I re-
gard this day ai.th 'moft gl rFous epocl
of my life.'. '


2 gratons frrou m.t hatcngm, nave n greatly
increased fince the adoption of the Con-.
Rfitution-and fome measures taking by-
Ruffid, Sweden, the Emperouri and -otheri
potentates, augur fome attempts against
the freedom ofFrenchmen; but thefo free-
men are poffeffed of .the' idea that_ they
are invincible-an4 fuch we truit they,
:will prove themselvess ..

BETWEaiN RUSSIA, AUSTRIA. AD
TURKEY ,
We have feen PE-At'E concluded and
ratified. As ufual,-the. Turkhas been
obliged to cede part of his territory, to.
remunerate theexpenfes of his opponents: '
However, whatever may have been the
facrifice or the acquirement, the friends
of mankind feeLhappy.in the termination
of a war-the mo.ft bloody, in the annals
of modern times..

CGREAT-BRITAIN,
STeyear paft:exhibited another might.
ty preparation for war." Its oflenftile ob-
jeft was the prefervation of the balance
of Power. in Euxrope, by. checkling the
conquefts of the-ambitious CrATHA,JN
'-how fir it thUs fucceeded in problema-
tical-as, .to Emprefs concluded her
Peace, on Mefame terms, ard obtained the
fame concefioishas {he proposed before the
armament' f'ok place.--Some. Englifh
politicians, however, conceive- the pre-
paration was really, et on foot to engage
the attention of the people, (tho' at the
expence of" a million sterling), from
'rench' Revfoltuionl Principles :. which
notwithflanding, have madedeepimpref-
rions both in England and Ireland. in
the latter th'ey ill iricreafo. In the for-
mer. they have received a momentary
check, by the conflagration-at Birming-7
hhmi ; anid the ziots atTome other places.
But altio'ugh thits checked, they will yeL
prevai-'l or" 'Violence is but temporary,
while Truth is eternal, ...


t- Wiih PtLAN,
SWiih propriety we may fai., that a Na
tion of Freemen has, int tie preceding
year, been born in a day". 'herein wea
have Teen; a Revolution in government
JPvcurable to the people, planned,promig-,
ed and put into execution by its -tng,
The principles of the Conftilutionr he
thus eflablifhed, we inferred in a late
L .i, Nt i eIL-we (hall, therefore, at:-pre-
rent, only reiterate our congratulations
on the event, and'pay another tribute of
applause to Sr(Nis IL.usAAuousTrdi,

.WEDEN. .
A nation of vaffals, isgguided wholly
by her Tyiant-who rho' intrepid as a
CdAlRLkbS the XlI. anc poffeffing the
knowledge of a CasAR, is 1yet an enemy
S6 Liberty, arid the felicity of his fpibjeals.
Amongif-the molt violent oppofers of
the Frenchk Revoluti:cn, -he, flands, at the
.Dead-and ourlateft acedunts fay, hie is.
rheditating todifcover that opposition at
-the head ofa numerous armv and fleet.
His menaces are, however, hut liitL! re-
garded in France-whofe citizens deter-
mined to oppose .thenifelves to every
danger,are al! united asfoldiert, and whore
force on the ftoritiers, amounts to above
tio,oco infantry and toi'oo cavaln',be-
,:fides artillery. :" fays the French Mi.-
nifrerat- War. ; ""


oo, wa have fi 6n, ifitnimal 'to tle
French Conflitution-at leaft its MoniarhL,
and rulers. Divers edies have been i.f-
fucd to prevent the circulation, in that
kingdom, of French newspapers.; anct
every one is prohibited, on pain of death,
difcburfing on that Revolution. 'thii
may, have. been policy, but if CH A Las.
the.-IV. knew how much forbidemn
things-are coveted, he would be conwi--
.cadtthait iwas ill folicy. '
I ,
Rb HOLtAND, 4 '
Things have remained franquil-anml
'a derqinflration that:there yet remari`1, a
park of'lha fire which-once blazed de-
fiance to tyranny, is feen in the Stare.
-Generl's~ having orde-dd their Ambaffa-
-dor at Pari., to congratulate King of 0itN
Frinch, o-his acceptance oi the Confli-
cation-

it's fREA'CH WEST-INDJIE
Have, in the preceding year, exhihit--
ed a very melancholy picture. The
caufes of the dilafers which has ahlotln
Hifpamiola, are varioi.fly conjeaured-
.The general opinion refts, them in the,.
Be:oree of the French National Affemaly,
admitting the free' mulattoes and black's.
to the rights of alive citizens-and HI.
the opposition made to this decree, 'by
the whites of that ifland. The con fe-.
quences have been too-well known..
he difIrefs of the white' inhabitants' is.
und-fcribable, and the lofs is immrenfe:
-Before the deftrut&ion of Port-aw-
Prince, it wai estimated 324,6oo,o06.
livres-What it- may now amount to,
it is impoffible to conjeaure.

TO THe UNITED STATES,
Notwithftanding the dilafter in there
Weftern country, '91 has been- gire '-y
aufpicious. The tranquillity and union
which have universally prevailed-,.tih
extention of our Commerce-the imr..
provement and advancement of Manu-:
faaures-the eftablifhiment of publick'
and private credit--the diffuftini oFv
knowledge and, the arts which reniee,
life happy; .and the plentiful hatvefisx
are among the. proofs we advance -ic.
fupportof-th'e affertion.
Many, while, lamenting the deaths of
the brave men who have fallen victim*
to Indian- ferocity, in the Weftern-territory,
have condemned the War, as unjauland
impolitici : But fuch appear to judge'
more from the event, than from fads.,
The war was not, in reality, an ofnflvs.
one-it was intended for the proteaiort
of the frontier inhabitants, against' cer.
tain tribes- of favages, who have alwIs-
refutfed to enter into any treaties whatever
with the United States.--and whofe de.
predations on the property, and murder'
of our fellow--citizens of Virginia and
Pennfyivania, have filled the papers for
near :ten years parl. There citizen
furely were intitlid to prot'qinri-they.
had purchafed their handss of Covernmenr,
and government: promised !them that
protection. The ifjuflice,: therefore, of
the caufe, weicannot lee. -The imoli.cy
of ensdeavpuring to efle& .hiss ddenca
of th-faorttierawith ft ffmall a force as
was raised, maybe iisputed 2'napi.
wrong eftlimate uas maed oftae frength
of the favages-e.and peras/s riour arid
difcipline were deemed' sat overna.nit
t .i n7"mleras...I 116, .....en ha ,










ta,,ht an. i Ifua le'6i And dothoi t~ R0 Pz L EL PHLI-. ec. 3 Extral of a letter from a gentleman At
o.ihaviduals thie p ice paid has been grea}-, ------- Cape Francois, toa geatlikat at Hart-
et, as our beloved Prefidenrr f.ay, in his Since niy laft,other official accountid ford, dated Nov. g9,
V-effage .to Congrefs,: the paiblck lofs from Gen. Sr.GCLAIt, have been recci-. The day before yefferday, a 74 gun
ry be repaired without great 'dtlcdlty.' ed at the War.OJce-wabout.ten days liter (hip and a frigate arrived .t this port, to
twill teach us, that, than the former.. Fort Jerfon ha-been alaift in quelling, the difturbinces, but
'"Ai n-T,, of-&rf'e" e ~eis -t to 'einforced.fron. Kehtiucey-the wounded have only made them greater. Theoffi.
ea -. m.. s' of mi.ht thea -n g he e -s --ire on the recovery and Gen. ScoTr, cers being of the ariftocratikk party, the
Sthe nemoportion ofdehythanhe fems ii making great preparations for checking ".Atkmily have denmafded them ; an4 I
So the proporns ofdefence are fil.d, Ahe Indians. There were, it is faid, near am informed that the feamen have rifen
which of a weak and niggardly projeon o women incamp, when te aion be- and delivered them to.the guards of this
S-oth like a mifer fpoil his coat with fcan'ing gun, all but four of oom were killed. place, that they may be fent to France."
..little cloth," The Indians in the a&ion muft have
.;he abovcalamityandatdroFpeo been 3hoo--above icoe of the Ottaeas s .ueru.ED ltc .... toem
Siftutbante from :heCRE IN DIAN S nd Chippewas, together with all the war- and good willies of tfie Seafdn.
ti the honlytroubles our country has ex-; .riours of Miamis, Powtewittimas, Wyayt. ,,.
.i-eIrienced in the laft year.-What the dots, Delawares, and WabajA Indians,who MARRIED I-At Windfor, (Vermont) Col.
n. c hfequences of the litter will be, our were known to bd engaged, could not O.IvER GALi.uPofHartlandtoMifsBEzrHiA
...."r edrs may form fomeopiniton from the have amounted to lel's. Several hundreds sOMR, from lo. lo.-In thi^ s town,bythe Rev.
Sinormnation and the letter of Gent of the Sacs, nation inhibiting the rdurce SA LLY Loanes.L, both of this town. By, the_
-.'- W1.Bss to the United Stae's Cornniif.- b the Mififlppi, were on the march to ev. Mr. ELIoT; Mr. JoaN SALMON, to Mifs
fibers, infert-d inthis day's Cd'NtisL.. join thehottile tribes, but did not arrive DIDJAt esr" (N.H.) Mrs. LYDIA G"L-
.' in feon. ,MAN, widowof SAMUEL GIskMAN, Efq. of that
-PORT-AU PR1INCE. Nona of the Six Nations have join. lice.-.--AtHanover, Hon.JostrHCusa i,
d the MAimis,nor was the famous Chief,. .fq. Judge of Probate of Wills, &c. for the County
In federal late CENTINELS., we hdvO Capt. BRAND, in the action, as was re. of Plymouh. At. Maden, Mrs. Aaoni.
o th d as a e, a t-o r OwAr aged 88.-At Dorchefter, on Supday
.given fome particulars of the conflagra- ported-M-he was, at the timed, at NtAiarae. ending lalt, Mr.,WILLiA..s BLACKMAN, fon of
S'Tion of Prt-qu Prince, as received .by *, t is with pleafure I inforri you that the- Mr. SAMUEL BLACKMAN, aged n years; his iu-
" N' p M'La.LLAN, and others, from that' National Bink .has coii-neticed difcount. .eralwll proceed from his father's Dwelling houfe ia
,'.-chefer,to-morrow afternoon, precifely atlhalf-pat-
-port. *Cipt. C-A,.arfived at Portland, ing. On the irft and second days of Its dt.ree'clock, wlic i his friends and acquainiance are
Lives fomne:other particulars, w;hich- we6 opening, difcbuntsi td ih- amount of requested to attend, without further invitation.
"have ex r.,fed 6rom Mr. WAIT S"spaper. 6me ooo dollar were made ; Md fpdcie ,
S' The ahimoiy which fubfifted'between deposits, by private -perons, to near one 3 he Committee appointed to
'the whites anid mulattoes-the convene -half the Specie Capital df the Bank .yerad 'o pn an ame of the Pice
t h -S : ce. a-- i ofJthe To-tun of Bot/on, are to meet on adjournment at
tion agreed upon between them ; and: were made laft week. theSe Seamen's apartment, in Fanuiel-Hall, T4.IS

"the profpe& of. their citing in prevent- The Poll-Oftce Bill is til tinder de- DAY, at 6 o'clock, P. M. when an attendance of all
ing the devaftaiounsofthe blacks,we have .liberation. -Me Meier is r eueved,. By order of-the Com-
~ Ilreadv notice-Capr. CLAP. informs, 4' It is reported here, thit the Einprefs ittet, JAMES SULLIVAN, Chairmar.
that things remained quiet until the. atf of Rusia and the King of Sweden, have ,A,
.Noember, on which day the definitive', commanded their Ambaffadours to leave ,,,, THIS DAY,
Corrrvdion was folemnlyv ratired, with France. What this portends it cafy to Wilbe foldby PUBLICKyENDUat
-a Te Dvuni. At 12 o'clock, however, the i:onjeaure." T. K. JoneS Offiice,
i "'fWhites very imprudently -undertook to
execute a Mnlatrocriminnl, Who was Be-. Te fubje& of a change in town go. STATE-STREET,
.rteeonRfned under renrence of death.- virni~sent being once more brought be.. Vatiety of GOODS, as uiail.
.ticTe were at this time aboLit I j I MUV-- t re thepublick, it is to be hoped, it will 'ale at "EN o cloc
tiin the town ; all of whom were be co6hidered with that difpailionate .T pRIvA7v SAE,
.ravided-with arms, for the defence of iooltiefs which will be the fureft means A
-thefelvcs and of the white people; a-- .ofinvehigitking the defeas of the old American Duck that will ie-
C commend itfell ; rca quarter calks excellent Gun-
gafAtt'the Negroes. They were iihlilv fyem, and the advantages of the one to Powder-whih will be fold u ery low to an person
r ffiened, however, with the execution of be proposed Pho will purchase the whole ; o by 8 Vindow
6tith. of their colour; and the majority A large and rcrpetlable Cohiimittee has Glafss Hyfon and Soishong Teas; Brittol Porter.
.f iheith, not thoroughly understanding boeeIt chosenn, to take this fubjecd into TO BE SOLD,
*the oroprietyof the meafare, feied, on consideration ; It is composed of gentle- A Thic-e Stoty Brick DWELL-
the fii1t whate man-who'camewithin their men poflfing in the higheft degree the .6 N-HOUSE, fituate in Bennett-Sreet, Nort-,
reich, and hung.himu:pby te, ncck till ptblick confidence 1--the result of their End. Said Houe has a good paved yard--atine we
he, was. dead."---In the afternoon. ofhe deliberations is impatiently -looked for, i ONES, State-Street.
famjiq day, it Half paft 4 o'clock, the as what in their opinion will relieve us MASSCHt'USr'TTS A.NK -
:-- hites fent a flag to the Mulattos-ftate- from the diffiulties w~.at prefent ctpe- THE Stockholders iri the Mafia-
t- iproprIeiyult inefrc&nduCt, and rtence. chuf'ts Bank; are hereby notified; that their
r.cnjanadiL.lthem eithet to lay 'down It is thediity of every on towatt for AnxualMeeti/ng,for'thechoice of Dire7ors,-is to be
"th o leavw the" ttit to thi isthe report of this Comtmittee, to keep holden in the Hall -of the Bank, THIS DAY,
th6 lattos fpiritedly replied, That they himself free from partiality or prejudice, (4t of'JA^ I) atTE o'clock, AM. wh
y'C dividend of profits for the laft Vix months, will be
wous~ iot do either of themnit-and im- that he may consider with candour what declared.- 4- B order ofthePrefldintand Direc.-
mediatily tock up theiriatiis.:aiidparad. hey iiay propofe. tors.- PETER ROE .DALTON, Cajhier.
ed in a large flreet near the Governour'II ACJDEM Yor AR IS AN o DG ,ItAL.S.
hpote.-The Whites, amounting to -oo, .' Centinel Marine journal. THE Fellows of the AMeRitCAN
.]aof t irme, on their part, in making. apt. Ni HEMtlA AmDREoss arrivedat Salem, ACADXMIT of ARTs and SCIENC-Es, are
preparations to attack the- IliattOs.:- ':onSunday nightfromAux.Cayes, whence he failed on hereby notified,that on WEDNESDAY; the'2 th
the'27tlrbfNlvember, .Thatquarteroftheiflandhad init. at ltoo'clock, A. M. a Statute-Meeting of the
And at five o'clock an attempt.wkas mad, hitlerto been happily free' from thofe. tragic ftenes Academy, will be held at the Hall "of ths. Ma6f-
o ftirround them ; which, however prov- which-the Negroes have afted in otherparts of Hi. chufetct-Bank, in this town.
Sed ineffc&.ial. A severe conflict enfued, fpaniola,they having here been closely watched by the JOHN CLARkE, Recording-Sec'ry.'
,h-wrouh from o ~-oo-Whites were- "Whit ahd Murattoes, hfe interest in thatre- Boft, uary3, 79.
.bled, and amtoenghthem a.Coloyncl.- The a degree of the generalcalaiity. TheMulattoes, feel- CHARL W L U .
Idilattoes fought bravely ; and with. the ing aggrieved 'by the repeal o(the.decree which was THE LAST CHANCE I
-lo'T'ofa nWumber killed, and 15o who intended togive them equal liberty, and which is TICKETS and Parts, may be had
,wefetaken pidfoners, they beat their way alfo withheld from them by the Government of thd of OHN IV. FOLSOM-
0e'r`Ct' pi. 'b i -Colony, hate reported to arms ; and almost, at the No. o, Union-Street
through the Whites-took two field pic. moment of the deftrudion of Port-au-Prince, the S fkribers to "A vei. of
es, and marched, out of town.-- At Mulattoes feized on the ftron fort of Port-Louis, 3 t
half paR five the town was.fecretly fet on leagues from Ax-aye, on ueland other placeon, are reque to en an receive t
fii two places. A timely difcovery and fome considerable bodies v*ere within four miles of s an. 4, 1792. -
n two places A timey ifcovry the town when Capt. Andrews failed. That quar- 1 1 & lK 'lib ana QUAlR TERS,
was-lwever made, and the fire extin- ter of the ifland'muft therefore be considered as in the N the 22d Clafs CHAR LES-
gotl6d.--About two o'clock the next poffeffion of the Mulattoes, who aro fuperiour in 1 TONL'NLOTTEERwhichofitialy commen-
oa0nrg it was again fet. on fIre in fix numbers, in arms, and perhSlps in property and adtivi- ces
,diffenthinhats -y. No defirUroni oifproperty had been committed r a.swing onMo.Avie.6.h inif. may be hadat
,aiyrent places. And the inhabitants bythenk-there isno uhiion between them and the MATTHEW PARKE's STORE,
ware now no-longer able to fubdue the Negroes-their demand is, an equal participation of North-fide the Tow N-Dec.K .- -
flames, A general conflagration took privileges with the Whites.--An embargo on alt fIT Pa taz TiCKxTs in the-StMI--ANNUAL
place; '-d almost every valuable 'build- veffel in port immediately followed, this event.- STA-'r LoTR received inpay. .IAN..4.
Sng except the King's flre boifes, were Capt. Andrets, and Capt. Dixey of Marblefiead, Il a .c ,\L)I, Al
mgtxccepv the King's flore houfcs, 'were having previoufly cleared out, were permitted to-de- nni >-V- A i
butin'dows. Propelt y to the amount of part,. BOI T's cheap Grocery-Store,
tilliofia.wasdeflroyed, and thole whoon CUSTOM HOUSE-JANUA 4, 72 _No. 3, outh-fide the Market,
the 1ft of November were worth two or ENTERED.--Brig Katy, Potter, Newry ; bi A Gre&t variety of Groceries, as
tlhs-buindred thousand dollars--on the Minerva, Joy, Cadiz.; brig Mary, Parder, St. Mar- ... ufual, all genuine as impovted-whth a aarke-
I ,weie rnot in the poffeffion of a fingle tinsi ; fhooner Endeavour, Conant, Effequibo. ty of Garden Seeds, Englifh, and the product& ofthis
"iil-j g. They wtra even fed as wer? CLEARED.-Ship Chace, Tallman, Teneriffe" cothntry, &c.
,- and Calcutta ; floop Sakey, Clift, Demsarara BaIT's new invented Penper-
all tbq ipabttants, with provi fionsdrawn schooner America, athiaway, Gaudalotpe. Sauce, for fryed Fith, or Beef-teaks-an sexel-
ifrom t'he king's flores.-Immediately Coalling Lift f r December, 1791. leot ready mixed Muftard, that will keep good infall
alAer she tomp was deftroyed, the Whites Entriesfirom different Poits in the Uaion. 183 climates. "
op ida..hat the Blacks were acceff- :Clearances for furdry Ports in the do. 8 N. B. Good Hyfon TEA, at 7f.-
r.ytoiija deftrntion), formed the horrid At a Meeting of the Truftees of the per16. Jan. 4, .79._
-detign pT ting to death all the 1%cgro HUMANE SOCIETY, January2, 1792. PHILADELPHIA STOVFES,
and Mulfo Womnen dad Children who VOTBa, That the thanks of the Truf- Vr ARIOUS fizes, may be had at
remained in the town.. AAnd this design, tees be given to Capt. LoRI N G and Mr. No. 8, LON-WHARF
to the eternal infamy of the perpetrators, NATHABISL DILL, and all others in B *
was pua immediately :.into execution. Nanteofit, who were'infirumental in fav 792.
An indiferiminate. laughter took place;- ing the lives of. Capt. JAMs Ca, A A.
and not one who could be found during' DAVIDJACKSON,iBENJAMIN STCRINY A Large quantity of PORK-
that day-whether woman or ;hild- NATHAN BURoES, and" EBSNEZStR either in Hogs or Barrels: For termsapplyto
-whetherinnocent or guilty, but was in- TAY a, MaAier and Seamen %f the W. BORDMAN, No. 10, But-
flan gnteufly butchered, either by a bul. Schioner.'Dove lately caft away upon "er':-Romr. Jan. 4.a
qlt trbitugh the head, or a bayonet into Nantojk t Beach ; and at the fame time, JuJt aubhjhed in uILLAuALi.n -A,
their bowels. the Truftees exprefa their hopes, that .- (price s. 9d.)
Gattj.pleft Port au-Pincelhe 25th the kindness and humaanity, discovered A BRIEF Examination of Lord
j'Novcmbar ; at which time the town by sheleGentlemeniwillbe imitated by Sarrs'xLn's Obfervations on the CoM-
'aj ifll surrounded by theMulattoes and all others of their fellow-citizens who oMaicte of the UNsrzo STArTs-in even num-
,iegsoes. The Whites were greatly dif- may havethe fame call forexertion. btnnft rtwo Supplementary Notes on American
touraged; and were difpofcd to Inake Ateft, Sold by E. LARKKt Mjun. No. so, Corn.
peace on ansy terma JOHN AVERY, jun. R,. Sct hill, and at the Poset.Or ica, Jan. 4.


S FORSALE,
'THE good copeief-
.. bottomed 'Snow
Generous Friends,
a burthened r146 rns, together
4-with her Appurtenances; -being
as. ccCe., ouna, ourthenfome Veffel ; a prime fail-
er ; well found, and newly-coppered, nowlying atihe
GovERrOURa's Wharf. A/f "
Two pair of 4-pound CAN-
NON, with Carriages, &c. complete ; a number of
SMALL-ARMS, Adhdfimdry other warlike stores,
which may be purchased with the Veffel, or feparate-
Inquire of ROBERT GARDNER, No, Doane's
Wharff Bof7oJ&. 4, 1y7.
FR UW ,I R th,
SA Good SLOOP-
A. a moft new ; about
8o tons, -to any 'of the
Southern States. Inquith
Sat N044, LoNa.WHARF.
Bqfon., an. 4. 1792.
Frefh Goods. -

A FE W Packages of DRY
'GOODS, confifting of CALICOES, Ll.
PENS, SILKS, HOSIERY, and CHECKS, jult
received, and for falelat ,
No. 45,SrATr-STREET'-
*:)AJo, herry Wine, in cifks.. and
bottles,of the firft quality ; Port do. in bottles, ana
Porter, in hampers of3 "dozen .bottles each ; a few
boxes of Spermaceti Candles; Bohea and Souchong
Tea ; Geneva, in cafes ; Brimntone Allum ;Pi-
mento ; Ruffian Iron; 6 by S and 7 by9 Window-
qtfs, ... o/lton, y.n, 4, 1792. [32w]aWj
iU bVL, UALD,
A. t No. 16, COkNHILL,
A FEW dozen Warranted Yft'jey:.
knit STOCKINGS---Also;"
SA general affortment of HARD-
WAR as ufual. 'JAN-. 4,17 9
TO BE SOLD
AT
ISAAC BOWERSE ,
No. 7, Cornhill, ,
QIXTY Pieces CAM BRtCKS
60 do. plain and checked MUSLINS;
60o do. thread GAUZE;
20o do. Lawn HANDKERCHIEFSt
16 do. Muffin do.
20 do. black and white TIFFINt.
The ri ove.Goods being a Confignment,
will be fold very low. A oL5S,
A few elegant white FEA-
THERS. Jan. 4.
Charges Sigourny,
.... HAS.-d --SALE, ....--
Athis Store-fon GREENE'r Whakr
DUCK frori No I to 7, mau-
faJTure at Sprlrngf dd, and is warranted e-
qual to anv.,made in this br-any other country. 41/o'.
Excellent Cott6n-.Wool,in frrall
Lags ; Bar Lead ; Shot; German Steel; Pork; Beeft
a liewhogfliead of Tobacco ;-hoflemen's and officer's
Sword hnd Hanger Blades, Dutch Coffee-Mills-t
Iron Lamps.
An invoice of very handfonme
BUTTOIS, diretc from the Manufasturers; wlich
wililbo fold very low. Jan. 4, 1792. (6wtw)
Yu#/. arrived-in /b> KBig Minerva,
from CAD z, and to be fold at
STORE, No. 6, FO- TER'S gWharf,
EXcellent Rota WiNF, in half
a and quarter butts ; LEMONS; ORANGES ;
a few boxes Mufcadine RAISINS ; and afewjars
freth GRAPES ; Alfo, choke SALT, tjr the h.lh-
eries ; where Pilhermen may fupply themselves on.
advantageous terms. Boflon, 7imn. 4, 1Q92.
S BARLLT. .

W ANTED a quantity of Bar-
ley, for which Cailh will be paid ar Store
No. 16, Long Wharf. Dec. 4
Ala afch/etts lIag azine.
IN a few days will be published,
BY THOMAS 6& ANDRLWS,
Fauft'-Statue, No. 45, New wbry-Street, "
The MASSACHUSETTS MAGAZINE,
For DECEMBER, 1791,
[Ornamented with a handfome En ca G.AV and
a PlEcy.ofMuSICK. J\ i',4.
WAAI-TED,
E V E R A L wrought iron
h, CHESTS, for the Bank of the
United States. Inquire of
JOSEPH BARKELL.
Boflon 7an. 4, 7I9 2. 9 "
O N saturday night lafltheHoufe
. of the Subfcribcr, in -Witing-S.hool.Lane,
North-End, was paitlyfurrounded. by black and
white men, who providwlly did him no other da-
mage than to afcend the S. W. corner of the Iloufe,-
and after taking a round glafs LAMP out of;in iron
frame, made off. As he does not know whetil.r to
tdvertife them for Thirves or Street Robbcrs would
generoufl) reward any person for jgAmotnion con-
cerning them. R. MOLINE.UX.
io,-,, rJnOary *4, 179.
S TAKE NOTICE.

T HE Subfcriber having late
A taken the H,ure known by the ntaoe of I/f! :'
ington-.Tavern, near Milton- BsigJr.e ftveE miles
from Bo.fion,b gs leave to acquainttiie Pb.blik,( iii '
his Iriends in particular) that laid Houle is cn.om-
modated with a fpacious arid elegant Hallrvarylytali<; < .
able for Dancing, with every conve:,nense requilite, i
where companies may be genteelly enter ined .t .
Ihortel notice, and fuitable attendance furrht bed "
S JOHN, BUi Y..






-: 72 )- 2


THE FIOUNT.

THE SEAbON. ,
1 ?tlr') northern' bails begin to roar,
And pinching told comes hovering round,
Trhe ratt'i t, hail knocks at the door
And falls to perifh on the grotant.
The hoary froft, at midnight hour,
O'etwither'd fields its mantle fpreada"
'Alike through all thefilent boser
Its filver gidfs profu~'ly fheds.
'The meadsifo lately drefs'd in green,
Are now b'erfpread with fad'ning gloom '
*Mo more the fragrant bloffon's green
Array'd in"natf:re's lovely bloom.
'Oil yon high.mountain's thaggybrow
The tall tree bends'its reverendhead ;
The pale leavcs-fallingfrom4he bough,
efpeeaks its frInfiesat beauty fled.
.As leaves in Autumn foon decay,
So youth walks o'er life's flender lage $.
The blooming beauty fades away,
i- ipt by the wint'ry froft of age.
LAURA.

TO BE SOLD,
'A Farm inr he Town of Wool-
wich, Cauity of Lincoln, and may be enter-
ed upon as early in the spring as the purchafer may
chooufi ; containing lod acres of good Land, couisit-
ing oft mowirg. p.ltuaft ge, able and wood Land.
The wood is cLtael It .. 'Oak, anl ofyou'g straight
iroa i' vil" lii, te.l lor in ade; lying upon
I. i, su.R :., or, Ba4 communimcating With the
rivers Sbeepfr4' andKenneheetk,about five miles front
each, with the Stock and Utenfils, a DwellingHoufe,.
and new Barn-In general outs from 18 to -otons
of Hay ; and with little labour may cut doithle.that
quantity. De. 2. '
Inquire of the Printer. ,
Lands for Sale.
THE 'Subfcriber will fell forY
Caflh or Ptiblick Sec*ritiesj threes furveys of
Land
2 of 5coo acres each; and'i of 2000o
Acres ; laying in the ceded territory, fouth-weA of
the rivcOnlo, late Nortli-Carolina.
The local situation of thefe
-..uds may be an object of nofequecce to thole gen-
'temen, who with to become Land-holders; being in
'thc central part opt government, on the principal.
water courses. They were early located,, and are
well chosen ; as to foil and fertility, for ev .y thing
tele, the plan of them annexed to the Stat,- Patents
will explain. PateptS of the above mentioned Lands,.
-wereleft with Mr. jOHN TEMPLEMAN, laft De-
cember, for the purpose of felling them ? but for want
4 official teltimonials to remove every fcruple that
might poffibly arife in the opinion of gentlemen in.
clinidig to purchase i;--'.. tcit. ,.ih the validity of
-"aitniL ds, they were 'ot aift:.1' ,--4ince every
-itucher neceflary to reriove all doubts, and give the
utmoft.proofof the authenticity refledling the title,
foil and situation, of Laid, Lands,, I s been obtained,
under the Great Seal of the State, and are ready-to be
ifewa,.at Mr. TEMPLEMAN's Office, State-ftreet,
to any person who wishes to enter ineb a contract for
aU, or a fiingle furvey of faid Lands.
Conditions of fale, and every
particular matter of information, thsftany gentleman
withes to get refpeting lfaid Lands, will be made
kn i,b., the f't.fcriber,at Mrs. GARS's,in Kilby
. Areet, ear the BIvkcu-.o-GA Aps' Tavern.
J. GRANT.
Bollon, Decemer3, 1795.
F.UR BU7'SVSS .

THE fubfcriber' takes this me-
thod to inform the Ladies, Gentlemen, and'
Public in general, that he makes, and has fo#fale,
at his Shop, neal the G'nd-Toui,
F-Tr Ti.,ig., for Cloaks, Caips, Muffs,. Gloves,,
aad.tralebing C.ine lor Gentlemen.
Thofe who ill fajgoe hirrn wlh heir Commands,
fall have theis .-ak do,.e ,n ihe n ',itlt manner,and
upon reatlnaible teems, as the above bufinefs is exe-
ted".ii.al its branches, by the Publick's humb!il
fervant, JOHN HE NR. M'ERCKELI;.
t Ba:loh),December o, 1791.
S- WANTED,
LIVE CATTLE fuitab!e for the
..r"l-uat.- b.nr., BEEF.- Alf9,
SA. number of good fat HOGS,
for which CASH only will be paid.- Inquire of
ROBERT HEW.ES, at his Butchery, in Pleafant-
trreet. Boftlo, O0. 29, 1791-;
LOTTER T'rIUKE-TS7.-

A Few Tickets, in the third and'
laft Clafsof the ew. Rerfey Road a Cqefe-
-avy LOTTEPY, may be had, at
No. 56. CORNIILE.-
At which placetd-a, feheme of this very advantageous
fiifsmay be, f ~tn.__ Dec. so, 1791n
MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL-
MT IDDLg-STk'tT, near CJOss-S'TREET,

THE !ubfcrtber teacles-. NAVI-
GATION, according to the -mot approytd
methods followed in, the Schools and Academies- o
JA'r LAND. :
He has paid particular attention
to the pr ttice. of NAVIUiATION, in two paffagt.
arots,the A nacAk.
WILLIAM CROSWELL.
N.B. Evening-School as ufualI
for W -RITI NG, AR ITH'IEtTICK, &'.
Boflon, Dec. 16, 179.
ALL non- co-miffio-ed Ofncers
and Soldier who served in Col. CorA N's
Regiment of Airtillery, (or- any other,)during the late
war, who are intitled to Bounty Lands, in the Wef.
tem Country, may. (by producing their -difchairges)
hear of a purchafer, by making- application to
CROW-LEY and CLARK', at the fign of the Ih-
tA N'CH ait North-fide'of the Matket-tloufe, |
/fon, Nm, 30, I794, .


ilINES.


Samuel Bradlee,
Has for S ale, at his &ore foutli-ft dtlhe
MARKET,
OLD Madeira, Sherry, Lifboan,
Port, Teneritle, and. Fyal WIN ES, net as im-
ported, which he will fell by Wholefale and Retail,
'as cheap as can be procured at any Store in Bulton.-
'A/yj,-Has juft received, per
prig Hero, from 'Lv'erpol, a good affortment of
'CLOTWS-, suitable for the prefent feafon:-which he
will felt cheap for cafi, country produce, or approved
cred;r.-- Me has likewife for fafe, the tirft quality
ot I- i.ion and Souchong T-.F, and many other arti-
cles in the Grocery fine.
A few quintals -of excellent
Dumb f'ISH, may be had at the above Store t
BodJon, lec. z, 179t.
ROLTERT RTC.GLES)
INFORMS his Cuflomers and o-
thers, that he has removed his SHOP, troen No.
4, CORNtItLL, to No. 12, UNION-ST'RFErT-
next door north of the Stote of Meflrs. FRE-XERICKS
WM. GZVER & SON
Where he has for fale,
A large affortmenrt of Englifh
and India GOODS, suitable for the fealon-whic
he will -fell cheap for Caith or Country Produce.
o..B. o. s ,o Nov..3o, i.79 .... .
Carpets.
CARPETS.and CARPETING,
of various widths and lies, juft opened and
ready for fale, bt
No. 6o. CORNJHILL. Dec. 21t.
bohea 7leas.

TRESH Bohei TEAS, of the firA
quality, iimpotted in the Brig Laaf ltt.', ,Y '.,
from AIuifrdam, and to be fold, by
YJAME &, THOV.MAS LAMBj
At their "tore, -No. S,. STAET z-ST R EE
'ALSO
A 1handfomen afforttrient of large
and finally I.tk.a.GI lle. h .-e Bruhres, OGn in
cafes and calk*. Junk, Anchors, &u. all which will be
fold low, for Calh.
Caili paid ort Pot and Pearl-
Ahes,, at faid Store. Boftin, Dec. 10, 1791.
i U Bjz &(QLD
By Thonias Amory, jun.
At Sto-e, No. 6, Long WharJ,
R A ;SINS; Figs; choice fwveet
Oil, in jars and caikb r Lemons ; C i-ers ;e
Olives and Salt ;-Sherry, 'F'eerilfe, Malaga, .and
Li!bon.Winee n; Sugar,- in hogt'eads, barrels,.boxes;
and loaf ;. toondorirefined Salt-Ptire, Albany Peas '
Bandepna Handkerchiefs ; red Skins ; Bohea, Ssou.
choig and Hyfol Tea ; Duck; Hemp and Cordage .-
Sinuff; befl Beef and Pork, in barrels and half do.
Tongues,; sheathing; deck and zod. Nails ; Sheet
Leak.;, ioby8 Glafs; Pepper f-louri Grindftoncsa:c.
ALSO,
Four good Fifhing Schooners,
from z to 5 years old -meafuring So, 6o0, 66 aud 68
t pns. 1 ee. 21 .
Daniel argent, jua.
Has for fate,
At No. 15, LONG-WHARF,
E Excellent Moco, Batavia, Bouti-
bon and Weti-India Coffee ; Molatles; Sugar ;.
Allum ; Brimntone ;. Port and Iilbon Wine ;,beft
Rolland. Geneva, &c. ALSO,
A fmall invoice of Dry Goods ;:
confilting of Gauze, gauze Handkerchiefs, Wiiiftcoat
Patterns, rchip Hats, Buttoa, &c. Dec. 21.


,CASH and a, good price given
-`for all kinds of
SHIPPING' FURS,
By SAMUEL COVERLY,
No. o,. CORNHI .1. off on,.Dec. 14.
BEST 1 ALL'W CAMNDLLS,
-M OULD and Dipped, wairang-
ed. good, and equal in colour to Spermace:.
made by
J. STORY,
From London, at his Manufadtory,
opposite Mmore's Wharf, Fij#4-$reet, Botlon.
Merchants, Families, and Re.
taillers say be supplied tipon the beft terms, by ap-
plying at the Mantfactory,.or to Mr. WM. WA L-
T 's Store,Hlead of Hooton's Wharf, North-End.
Polfton, Dec. 28.
WA I AV I L, as a -MAl)U,
A Middle-aged VWomran, who un-
Sderftands all kinds of- Family Baufinefs.' None
need apply but fueh'as.cans he well recommended,.
PDec, 14.- intqsire of the Printer.
ANY Perfon having a Book, en-
attlecd "C,'.~n,." L,.e'ti, *t ..tr ,' cr J. aipole
of may hear ofapurchafer,by.inquiririgof the Print-
er. Dec'. to; 1791.
"4'Wanted to hire, a final fou/e,
near-th centre of the town,for which a generous rrat
will he iwven. mInayire of ie Printer. Dec. io.
IkANTS .AMPLO,y
A YOUNG Man, well acquaint-
ed in Book-Keeping irn all its various' modes.
He is willing to engage for a few weeks,-or a longer
time, on very madrate terms. For particutrs en-
quire of the Printer. Bolton, Dec. 26, 17q t.

ON Friday laft, a filver Breech-
BUCKLE, within a filter Chape and
Giver Tongues--whoever will bring it to tdie Prin-ter'
fall be rewarded to-.their-fatisfa&din. Dec. 29.
03 WANTED-a LAD, of about 14
years of age, as an Apprentice to:the Goldfmith bA.-
nfy, in a pleasant town, in the vicinity of BofEstn,
where tibe faid b etff in its foveral branchie.r, -will
be]li~t!lly tatgt., lSut : ,lt/ Lti't.!tr. Jcgf


ChaIe/iefown Liotler-y.
THE MnacIger5 ,f CHARLES-
-- TOWN 1.,) IL K, minf6ornt the public, that
agreeably to their fornier Adve'tifiement, will pofi-
'tively commence drawinglthe 2zd Clal, in Ten- Di1)ays
A FT rit the publishing ot the l'iKes in the zd Clafs..,
of the STATE SENtI-AINNUAL LOTTERY,(
Which willbe on MONDAY, i6th JANUARY next
-and that noconfidefation whatever will induce them
to make any further postponement :--Thofe who
have Tickets unfold, are rcquefted to fdturn them on
laid day, or they will hce r.:,ed'1is at the rilk of the
poffeflor. ,
oeo rThe Managers flatter them-
felves, from the present late of the Tickets,that they.
hall be able to commence the drawing at an earlier
period-they affuie the public however, that at any
rate, they will not exceed the time above-mentioned
-and the lift of Prizes hall be published without
delay.
THOMAS HARRIS,
MATTHEW BRIDGE, 'Managers.
SAMUEL SOLEY, .
Charleflowri, Dec. 7, 1791.

BRKLE Y.

W AN TED,a quantityofb AR-
V LEY, for which the Cafll will be paid on
the delivery, at Store No. It, Long.Wharf..
ltson, .Dir. 27, 0 -

PIMENTO; W. IL RUM, high
proof BRANDY ; beft HollandsGENEVA, .in
pipes and cafes ;. old London Particular MADEI-
RA ALSO, a freft ANlortment of LINENS;
CAMBRICKSi. and FLANNELS, direlly from
the Manufactures in reland: All the preceding ar-
ticles, with others; will be fold very cheap, for Cafh,
at Store Nd. 40, Long-Wharf; tkc. 28.

AMERICA iN manufazui'ed
Et DUCK, warranted by SAMUEL BLODGET,
Efq. of Htverhill, (the maker) to be of the belt qua-
lity, to. i& fold, at ,
Store, Nd. i -North-fide of the
TowN-DoCit. Dec. 28.
P1kUR dAL, t14
Johri W. B anchard,.
At STORE, Nb. t61 LONG WH AR9,
PHILADELPHIA fuperfine and
common Flour ;.Nail Rods ; Bar Iron and Iron
Hoops ; Coffee ; Sugars ; Madeira Wine ; Holland's
Oin ;, ground Ginger, in finally caiki ; Starch, &c.
A ALSO, .. .
A quantity excellent Beef.
aflson, Dec. P4, ,79t. (e.p.4w.)
U{'['7T'-- L/1\- 1DS i -A/ KD.

WHEREAS d certain JOHN
PERKINS, (a man about 37 years of age,
fpeaks broken rir, ,i.-, and fays he was born in Ger-
many) entered on- board my Schooner FLYING-
FISH, at /nnarnifftx, onthe eaftern-fIore of AMaor-
lan/, partly as Coiommander, and,' with my fu n 1ON
MIL S,.(a lad about'ig years of age) as an affift- ,
ant,'lailed from thence,.on th t zth ot June laft, for
Tobago, loaded with corn, flour and flunglecs ;-but
in place of proceeding on his voyage,' went to the
Eallern lRates, where he has bken cruising and trading
molt of the time, and was atMar.'at,'in Odober lalt,
loading with plank.'-Having reason to believe he
will go from the Eaftward, this winter,-to fome of
the Weft-India lilands, or SuaoAhitm, there dirpole of
there vefel andl. caigo, and not retain here'again ;vl,
therefore,'hereby offer ithe above reward to ail) per-
fonsr,whowill secure the above-mentionsd PERKINS'
anid the Schooner FLYING-FISH, together with
what property they may find on board,and will pay all
realfonable expenses, if they will aflift Lid JOHN
MILES in bringing her to HEs av WNi LSO,a. at'
Baltimore-toW1 LSON & HOL LIN GSWORTH, at"
Point-P,etre, in Guadalgivpe,or on A.'namiJfex-Rivetr,
on the haftern-lhore of laiyland,>to
HENRY MILES.
N. B. The fchooner FLYING-
FISH is a new vellel, registered 68 tons in the Snuw-
Hill Diftrict, the Regifter dated about the 8th or 9th
of June, 1791, and fhe was cleared for Tobago.
Somer-Cozntv, Nlv'. 30, t79'.
li-, ICK.ft-l5 in 'the Newport
Congregational CHURCH LOTTIRY,
for Sale at No. 61, LONG WHARF,
where Scheme of faid Lottery may be fien.
Bofton, Dfc. zg;
LOST,
ON Monday evening, between,
Bridge-Street, and Col. Woon's, in Charlef-
towsn, a CANE, with a gilt head-Whoever having
found the fare, will return it to the Printer, hall
receive Halfa Dollar Reward. Dec. SZ.
IAAAC. aP U i .,As,
ANY Perfon having.in their pof-
*. tfeffioa No. 4,89"--4,8o"? Tickets in the .aa
afs of CHARL-EsrowN LOTTERY, will oblige
the perfun they bought them of, to call and exeharige
them for other numbers,.or the money. Dec LS.
BANK qf the UNITED STATES'.
Philadedlfpia, Dec. 5, 1791.
ESOLVED, That tie payment
S of the portion of the Capital Stock of.the Bank
of the Bnited States, confifting of Specie;'which will
hbedue on the fyeveral Shares, on the firft Monday of
January next, may be made at the refpeflive Bank's
of Maffhebuftts and New-rYrk. Frotided, that
auy Stockholder dcaining, the benefit of fuch pay-
ment,allU, -on. or before the. firft Moiaday of Januta-
ry next, exhibit to the C-lhier of the Bank of the
United States, a certificate, signed by the Cathic r.of
the Bank into which fuch payment hall have been
made; any thing in the regulations heretofore eft a-
blifhed, to the contrary notwithilanding.;
By Order ofJthe Prerfdent and Direlors
JOHN KEAN. Cathier.
An elegantbrick- HOUSE for fale.
S TO BE SOLD,
A Large Brick Dwelling-Houfe,
"'- convenient for two Kimilies--with paved yard',.
garden, and hilfof two wells, 'good water-fituatein
Glark's-S't eet, opposite the Rev, Mr. Eliot s's Meet-
ing-Houfe. For particulars apply toMr. EBENEZ-
ER PROU't, acar the premilcs, Dec. 17.


For CH4ARLESTO, s. C.
THEP rig UNION
jo. WA IV I., Mal-er.
will l.ii in EIiCHT Days ; for
freight or pa lage apply. toM. M.
HA Es's office, State-ftreet, or to
I, .the Matter on board, at GA RD-
NER' Wharf.---Where is Jor faie,
A quantity excellent Junk;
and several Anchos.. Dec. 31; 1791.
For CHARLESTON, S. Carolina,
TS'T H E faft-failing
s Stoop, ABIGAIL,
C CONSTANT T NORTON, Matter
lying at Fort-Hill Wharf ; will
S .t fail in Ten Days. For Freight
or Paffage, apply to the Mafter oa
board, or at No?26, LoNC.WHA RF. Dec. 31.

The Su scRIB E Rs, to the-
AMERICANT APOLLO
are informed, thab the firft number will,
agreeably to the proposal, 4e publifhed
on the firif Friday in January next.-
Thof'0 gentlemert who hold fubfcrip-
tions, are req(uefled to return them, as
loon aspoffible, to BELKNAP &.YOUNCG,
ih State-ftreet-who rcqocfithei bretAh-
ren of the Type, in this and the other
States, to aflif them with their ufual
communications, and publifh this ad-
vertifement in their refpe&ive papers.
Bofton, Dec. 17, 1791.
S PUBLIC NOTICE,.

.To Farmer,; country S'tore-kerper.
and others .
'W HEREAS the leal'n faor killing-
V HOOS is neai at hand, tlie ftibtcriber take
this method of informing the public that he will pa
twojfblings, New-York rarrene,' e squal t*'anefiit-
ling and]ix-pene.e, lawful rhon-y patr .saund, for
HOG's-BRISTLES; that arA crmted, 4 and free
fromfilth; Cafh will be paid ohi the delivery of ant
quantity; aft ih tllanufa&tory, No. 8'8, QuaE.-
ST a t, NEW-YORK.. -
IThe fublcriber, in tnld ffiot aiffarie
manner, wiftits attention Votild ge paid to the having
of this very ufefal article : He further requetts,thia
fome of the Ilerchants of thle towd of Botnwould.
receive them ih payment, or otherwife make it their
interest tocolle them-.- By this method, ourinfant.
Manufatory will b' enfiabled to work up our ovwa
materials, and ri6t lay us under the necellity of im-
porting Britles from aRutf when our own country
abounds with a sufficient quantity to make allthe
SBruflles wanted-. They may he. Conveyed by the
Packet, Capt. BARN A n,, who plies confiantly be-
tween Bofttn and New-York.
: C, COOPER.
S N.b.-91RZi'USrHs of all kinas mamu-l
featured in the heft manner, e .ally good, and aay,
fs any importedifrom E u VdR s.
%* Orders panflually attended .. "
S New Yo ,.Nsov., 1791. "
-STRVfMN AADrAM, Efr. of the
of the Peace for the Co tk.y ,it aff c :
W E the Subfcribers, proprietors.
of the common and undivided Lands, whichL
were formerly. in the to'n of Dorchelter, but novw
witHin the toetns of St aighton and Sharon, lihrcebh
rcqueft you, to call add warn a legal Meeting oa l'aiA
proprietors, to be liolden at Lorchtfter Meetir.-
Heufe, on MONDAY, the second day of Januarr.
next, at 1I o'clock,A. M. then and there to .ad o.
the following articles of bufinefs, viz..
ift.-To choofe a Moderator.
ad.-To choose a Clerk.
3d.-To choole a Treafurer.
4th.--.To feeif the proprietors will appoint a! Com-
mittee to profecuite and defend any ataion or fuit a
law, in which the proprietors or.their officers are or,
may he concerned..
5th.-To fee if the proprietors will appoint, ant.
particular mode of calling proprietors meetings int.-
-ture7.
SAMUEL TOPLIFF,
PHILIP WITHINGTON,
JOHN BAKER, jun.
RICHARD HALL,
JONATHAN TRESCOT.

COmWtMONWlALTH of MASSACHUSETTS..
Suffolk, if.
To SAMUEL TOPLIFF, me nef the prircipat pro-
Prietors above mentioned:.
JN compliance with the above re-
queft, you-are. hereby directed to call and warn a
Meeting of the faid proprietors in a manner as the"
law direds, at the time, placeand for the purolfe,
expreffed in the foregoing request to me directed, for
which this (hall be your sufficient warrant.
Given under my fiandd and Sta t :Dorc flrr, this.
fifteenth day of December, in thkyear of our Lordt
xe 'Thw'fandjeven Hundred and in- ey-one.
bTEPHEN BADLAMi
Jufficec of'Peace..

pURSOANT to ttie' abovee ar
rant to me dire&ed; the proprle't6ts afotefaidare
warned and notified to meet at de, place, and fon
Sthe purpofes before mentioned..
-rS'AMUEL TOPL1FF..
LU t
N saturday ft, between the'
lthite-.larfe ave'n and the Market, a tan-
vafs bag,.contaioing about WinePoun.dr, I. M. prin-
cipally'change-all fiier. Whoever has fouid the
fame, anrd will 'ring it to the Prntdr hertof, flalIL
be entitled to a reward of Five Dollars, and the thanks,
of the lofer. DieC 24, 1791.

~J' 'The P'rice of thiL PAPER, is TWO
DOLLARS, and Tv.ensty.fr CENTS, per A..
,nam, axcluwavef Poflage, ind'Five CEN b fi
ALMANACK.
JANUARYr. H.W: | Sun'ta&f. Remarne.
4 Wednesday 7 50 7 31 5
5 Thursday. 8 34 7 3i S
I6 riday. 9 18 7 3o i




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