Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1790)
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Publisher: Benjamin Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1790-1799
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 27 (June 16, 1790)-v. 32, no. 9 (Oct. 2, 1799) = whole no. 651-no. 1621.
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Printed and publifhied, on WEDNESDAYS and ATUR4)ArS, by I3ENJANIN RUSSELL,-in S'1fATB-STR ET -Bo/lonI(Mq/achufft.

Whole Noi. 10-,.] '.,SAl UROJr, 7VA 1,17,94. ,ENo.3,odO.X
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Begun and held ai the City of PHiiLAODELPA, in tje
ft:te of Petnfylvania, on Monday,, .the second of.De-
cember, one thoufand even hundred and ninety-three.

En ipvob i nsg fi tb lifed of
certain ip1cs Inrumre f s t
u. oar tiptwi), oa lpubtic count.
B E i i fnaadt v the Sete and' o eof Repref[ietativ s of
That the Prefident of t'li United S;ates b. authorized and
reqnefted to direct the payment, out of the fund provid-
ed for the intercourfe with foreign nations, qifall jurft and.
r'efonable expenfes incurred by Fllwa'r Skipwith, in re-
leving the wants, and facilitating the i'etirn of the fea-
men belonging to tie veffels of the faid Rates ; lately
taken or condemned in the Britifti WeffIndia iflands,
tuder orders from the king of Great-Britain; the faid
expenfes having firft been afcertained by the accouoti't.g
officers of the trcafury-depart herit, who are hereby au-
thorized to liquidate the fame.
Speaker of the 1oufe o Reprefetattives,
JoiN ADAMns, Vice-Prefident of the United States,
and Prefdent of the Senate.
APaROVED May the 1
nineteenth 1794.

President of the United States.

a1n for tf freelf f I b)tb
nitl1 a il at)aan )trong.
B E i eiiaedbly the Senate and Houfc f Repiefentaircs of
the United Statesof Americat, in Congrcrf ajriytbed,
That it hall and. may be lawful for the colledor for the
diftri& of New-York, to remit top Retb.en Smith and X'a,
than Strong, owners of the filip Jamrne of New-York, or'
to any other perfuri interefted therei'i the duties arid im-
poft of tonnage, which may be incurreid, in btdnfequence
of the incompetent or invalid register of the faid fhip ;
S .Provided, they hall bptain, within one hundred and twen-
ty days, a new regifter for the faid Ihip, ii thb manner
jprefcribed by law. -
Speaker of the Houfr of Reprefetatives,.
JOHN ADAMS, Vice Prefident of theUnited Siates,
and Prefideut of the Senate.
A PPtOMED May the
nineteenth, 1794.

Prefide*t of the United States.

time f Orportatidon f fit man

jl)C fllpOttt(Of of tie t "
Tc ) I E it enaaed by the Senate and H'ufe of R eprfen
Sj natives of, the United States, i# Coarefe a"ffih-
V/ad, That it hall uot be lawful to export from the U-
inited States any cannon, mulkets, pifols, 'bayonets,
tiwrds, cutlalTes, mufkct balls;, lead, bombs, grenades,
rnan-powier, fulphur or falt-petre, .but the epporttioni
of al tihe aforefaid articles are hereby prohibited for and
during the term of one year. .
Sec. 2. A.d ie t further enakied, That any of the afore-
faid articles, excepting fuch of them as, may conrftitu'tea
jart of the equipment of any vetfel which during the
continuance of this prohibition Ihall be found on board
of any veffel in any river, port, bay or harbour within
tie territory ot the United States, with an intent ti be
exported from the United States to any foreign country,'
hall be forfeited arnd in cafe the value thereof fall a-
moinant to, four hundred dollars; the vefrel on board of
whilich the famn fthall bifeize'd, together with her tackle
apparel and furniture (hall ahfo be forfeited'. Provided,
neverthcefs, That nothing in this af tfhali be coisftrued to
prohibit the removal or tranfportifion .o an' of the arti-
cts aforqefaid from one port to.adoihpler port ,within the
United States in any veffel having a licence a S a x oauing
v etfel, the' miller, agent or.pner of which hall have
riven bond with o.e 9r more fdifficieni furefies to the
collector of the diflrict" from which fuch vqffel is about.
to depart in a fum double the value o'f fuch veffel and .of
f.ich of the faid articles as myv be laden on board .her,'
that !he faid articles hall be iela:idd and. delivered in
iornes port of the United States. ; ..
Sec. 3. Andbe it further enaafed, That if any of the ar-
t;cles aforefaid fall contrary to the prohibitions of this
atd, be exported to any foreign country, the yflfel in
which the fame fhpll have been exported together, with
,er tckle, ainpareland furniture, fall he liable tofor-.
feitur'e, and the Captain or matter of fuch rVffel hall for-
feit and pay a fum not exceeding one thioufand dol-
Sec. 4. And. 1e itfurther enaffzd, That it fall be t'hei
duty of the cufton-houfe officers, and of all perfons em-
)plyed in thle collection of the, revenue, to attend to the
execution of this lay, and all forfeitures, and penalties
incurred under it, fliall be fCied for, profecuted, adjudg-
ed and difiributed in like mar.ner as is provided in the
aa,entitled, An adf to provide ri'ore 6ffectually forth
collection of the duties impefed by la.w on .goods, wares,
.Ind merchandise imported into the United States,and on
the tonnage of thips and veffels."
Sec. 5. Andbeit further enaRed, That all brats cartnoni,
urnfkets and firelocks with bayonets fuited to the fame,
piftols, words, cutlaffes, mukei ball, lead and gunpow-
der which flhall be imported into the United States from
iany foreign country within tie term ofont year, and' all'
fulphur and falt-petre which-fhall be Co imported with-
in the' term of two years from and after the paffing of
this a.t, fall be free of duty, any thiig in any former
l:aw' to the contrary notwithftandi.ng.
Speaker of the Houfe of Reprefentatives.
Jo A DAMs, Vice-Preofdent of theUnitedStat:s'
and Prefidenit of the Senate.
Approved May the
:z'entv-facond, 794. .

Prefder.t of the Ur.ijcd Statoir.,

tan 2ffaftr.
"777 -%
: AUGUSrA, MAY 10.
JAMES rE'AkdOVE, ECq. tuperintende
of Indian, affairs tor the southern depal
ment of the United Statei arrived here on tl
thivd in4. accompanied with Ioveral Croe
chiefs ; he has been five months iii their natic
on the miftion of peace; and the following
talks, which tay be relied on as autheoti
will ftow his progrefai towards accotiplithin
that dalirable objoaE
A-Tati of the chiefs of the Creek nation to his E
celency the Baron et Carondelett, Governor
New Orleans.
THERE has heona general meeting obf t
-chiefs of our lands at this place which* clol
yceflrday. Before the meeting broke up,
were appointed to anfwcr three talks of your
made at New-Orleans, the 5th, "8th, and 25.hi
January laff, which were made public at o
faid meeting-by your commiffary Mr. Ma
k di-H IR,
Our anfwer thereto (hall be (hort and plain
:nd we fond it to you on paper, that you ma
not be deceived by the talks frdm youf comm
firiei, as we have great reafon to. believe yo
have often been, as hath alfo our nation.
The firit of, your talks which defires-us
make peace with the people of the Unit
States, we like very well; and thank you fo
it.-This agrees with our own w.ihes,
You fay. our bounridgy line with the Ame
cans is to bq tiled at the court of Spfitn-Tl
ii wh4t .we niover knew before, nor will we
gree to any fuch thing.,, We are the masters
our own land; an4. nevtI have! neither, w-ill
put it in the power of.any,.othir nation or pa
pie to give it away. (The chiefs of our land a
the proper popid toJfettle all affairs tdeendiP
between us pnd the United S ates, and whi
tdoy are now about to do. ..
You tell us that our nation can have goo
cheaper from Mr. PANT'ON, of Penfacola, th
from any body cife, or from any other country
Mr. PANTOtf may lav.e this in his rower b
ten years experience had convinced every whi
and red man in this, nation, ,t at it he has t
powei of fo. doirg that e ,wants the inclinaio
to fell. Chtp, gr favour us or our tcmuntr
Forvwh'ih,rbmafon we advita out traders at
hunt.men to trade where and with whoever, w
ferve.thim the beft .-We are a free people ii
will go where we chufe with our trade. .
You next tell us that other "are a great man
veffels and people coming down the Miffiflp
to make war on our King'a country; that the
people are without breeches, and are Frenchme
This appears a wonderful ftoryv to us, and we d
not know how to believe it. If they are real
French they muft be children of our old friend
who we loved when among us, and we nev
will fight against them. .
After your having advised us to maI e pea
with the Ainericans as the only thing that c
fave t1s--yet in for'ie talk you call oh us to fet
a -nmber of,.pur warriors to the Ch.ickera
Bluff oei the Mififippi to join the Soaniards
fighting thofe people without. eechos .and t
bid Americang.thait may be there... This .part
your talk our;whole nation uan;mo.ufly thrqi
away ahd delfre that tley tray never again i
ceive fiuch talks from you; for they cannot b
live any one a friend o! our country who. a
vifes us to take up the hatchet against any whi
people whatever. We are a poor unrortuna
people arnd Tand in need of the friendship at
afli(lance of the whites, 'ndcif wrwth them wot~
bring uipn on us. .. .. ...
Our iathrn has been too long. diftraet
by bad advice from your country ; and we ha
injured our brothers in the United States in co
fequence thereof: But our eves are now op
and. we fee the abufe. Therefore peaceqan
friandibip with the Americans is the voice
everYv 4niq opr lind.. :
T'te, .was at our meeting thirty even pri
cipal,chief* of the Cheroklees who have join
: hand in hand with the beloved man.and us,
fixing p lafiing peace with the brothers of .t
United Stats.. .They.will fend you a talkco
firming what we now tell you., They are al
great sufferers by bad advice, but we hope m i
cy will yet be (hewn to them, and the blame p'
ced where it ought,
Our late general meeting wa's for the purpo
of fettling all our difpures and nmifunderftan
ings between the Americans. The beloved ma
(Mr. SACoaova) from our great and good F
their, General VASHINGTOW, Prefident of t
United States, has been with us five moon, a'
attended all our meetings. He givesus ftraig
and I cod talks; fuch as we have not heard f
many years-We likethem much ; he advises
to be in peace with all the world. To do juftic
fulfil our engagements, to trade with them wt
will ufe us the beft; to fit in ourland in peat
'and tiot t6 mind, or meddle ix the disputes :
wars among' white nations or people,; to (b
our ears againift. all bad and war talks. Th
advice we are determined to follow and no
their, . ,. '
SIn a fes days a number of our chiefs will
tend on the beloved man on a vifit to the Pr
fident of the United States, in orderto bright
and firregthen the gaett chain of friendfh

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thbt,muft bird- bis people and.ours together as !the difputesof white people ; we have ourtrotr.
a band of brothBers Our Cherokee brothers will bies as much astheni. Therefore we aie deer.
acdoinpany u fot diae-amepurpole. mine*ncpt to intererferein one of their quarrels,
ATER, nortoali them to interfere in ours.$
nt ? We hold you aid allyour Spanifh friends by We therefore :beg, to. bher no mora of fuch
rt. their hand as ufual. ,We. have not forgot or demands as the engaging in wai fromour friend
he thrown away the good talk we firft receive .;at the.Sp.aniardu ; we ikewifi irfift that you will
ek Penjfacola whikh advifed peace with. every .. not fet our friends the Seminals, to do laifchief
on and promised not to.do ais the ngliIh be on the fubjeas of the United Sates,in any ref-
ng dot to involve tis in their wars. pe whatever, as we are one people ; and if,
ic, .We hope you will not fend any more war or by getting them on, to ditlurbhtheUnited States
bg bad talks into our. land, or infult us by telling any of them should get. killed, we hall blame
us that yoqr corfimiffary i to lead s to war ; you and the Spanilh nation for it, and all inju.
ithefe things we are determined not to fubmit tos, ries done us and our friends, and make you ac-
-. and muft defire to hear no-morefuch. countable for it. As we.have no war with tha
of If war thoild ever become neceffary, we are United States, therefore you are to fattle your
provided with leaders in .'Ahom we have. confi- own wars and difpptes yourfalves.,
dence. e the hetd m-n of-the Greek nation here
"h This comf e from your friends and brothers in atfcmblcd from the four rivers,.which includes
ed behalf ofl urfilves and-the whole Creek nation the .whole of onre nation; would not wifh youl
we The White Lieut. of Oak/fufiees. tj* Spaniards, think that,we mean to give a-
r>, The Mad Dog, of Tuckabatche. ny other talks than thofe of peace in this matter,
of -he Mad Hickory, of ditto.. you may. rqom this conclude that. we mean to
ur .. The Head Warrior, of ditto. ., take no pait with you in yotr quarrels ; this is
L.- Teft. by A i.ix s NODE R COR NE L, Sworn interprd- the voice of the whole Creek rmaion, including
er.. Crcek nation, Tuckachee, March 19, 1794. the Seminolies, and we mean to abide by.
Byordeqof the Chiifs, We have likewife.fent expreiffetto the Scmi-
n: RICHARD THOMAS, Clerk. nolies, to inform them of our refolutjons, and to
ay P. S. e have to dehiit. hat any.buficls you warn thecmfrom taling any part with you ; and
if- may in future have 'with this pation,,,that you have, ordered all.our people lo quit your coun-
ou Tgay make the farre knqv~n Py letierto the Mad try, rnd return home to prevent their doing a-
Dog, Ai.sxA\.sE Co li.,at thius.,lace I and ny wing ; and tridefire -thit you will on no
to that all talks fant in.future be rraote in ths i.n'- account ftop or.hinder them, but on the porn
ed glifli language. Agreeibly,. t there, direftiops trary advife them to remove from your land ur.
or they wili Sbe-eceivc,d nd an attended to; but inot til it.ii reflored to peace and quietnefs.
any ote.r way Cr throtighnany other hands. We Cowaias, Coofia Matla.
ri- liave very good ieafon for adopting ifach mea- following Kiig, Spr. Top Kiig.
hia fures, which we oan at any time fatisfy youi in. Little Prince, Mad W"arrior.
a- Byorderofthe Chiefs, : Young Warrior, Cueta:.
of RICHARD THOMAS,Clerk. Cowcta Warrior, Coera King..
we Head Warrior, Sig King.
0o- A Talkfro ithe whole of the Chiefs'f. the Upper Jack Mathews Warriors King.
re and Lower Creek nation, afeImoed at the Cuffe- Ufachufs, Big Warrior.
ng tas, c'the i8th April, 1794. Second Man, Parac.hucklies
ch To is~EXCELLENCY.'ia GOVERNOR U chee i You rrior
S o ST. AUGUSTINE. ng,.. ad arwr.
"ids "" rI Head flWarrior, Tuckabatclhies.
an W', the headmin of -the. Creek nation here Otonee., Aleck Cornell.
ry. aliembled, infrrm y).u, that we have feen Major Oconle Warrior, Md4 Dog.
iut SsEAGioVE,the Ainerican,agent, and we hAve Talliffee, Head Warrior.
ite heard his talks. for,thefe fiye months paft. We Head Warrior, Head King.
he approve fd. all hi' tlls, as. he. gives none but Hetokilos. Mad Dog's Nephewi
on whiatweoe good apd for the good of the land ; : Col. Joa N KEz os. ,. :
he advifesus fo be at peace with all th world, Cbmmoriiffioneis appointed by the general mee-.
id iandlo) ou'rneigbbours as we have had as yet! ti rg of the Nation, to diaw up and ernd this
ill" nothiet bttftood .talkstiroai'hiia and the white talk, .
nd potple, we wtlh to he.no other. ,. Signed by order of the,Chif:s.
SWe thp keadsof the nation mean to fit fill RICHARD THOMAS, Clerk.
iy and liften-tathofe talks and.ari determined to T;,Ioxy BARNARD, Inter
pi take.no other talks, but to lay quiet, and take JosEPu COatxLLs ,
ife no part. in the quarrels of white people on ei. ,.
n, their fide. Wedo not with to have ny falling A Talk from the White.Lieutenant of ahkfrme,
do out with any white people on either f(ide,. nei Mad Dog of Tuckabatchesarnd Alexander .Cor.
ly other do we wifh to have any quartrels wih.anR nedl, who were authorized by the Creek nation, tM
ds white powers or people whatfoever Let them fnd the fame to William Panton, merchant at
rr fettle their quarrels with each other, apd if weB Penfacola., .
have any quarrel to fettle we do 6t,mean,nor Mr.WIL LAM PANTON,
Ic ever did ail any white people to fettle them for. WE are going to give you a Talk, which wa
an us-It is but afew da s ago that us the heads do by the define of our chiefsand people of o;r,.
d of oui nation met at the, Tuckabatchees, iui the land, and it ia a Talk which concerns our pea~"
U- er Creeks, it that meeting we had talks and happineft as anatlon, we muft desire that
aw f both ,nations; Americanand Spaniards, you.open your ears nd attend thereto.
he which we iruch approved of, as they were all Our land hath.fpr federal years been in g eat
of good peaceable from both powers ;but fince confusion, and datrafs occasioned by bad Talks
W then there is a tilk lent from you which foeets font into it,,and bad people who have crept in-
r* to differver much from thotlegood talks. heyarq to it and iimpofd upon us-this nation. now
p- calling tl'uio war, and we do not like them ; and plahly fee tha ruin.awaits them if matters con-
t we do not mean to take them. .Thofe talks pit tinu11 in their present (late, and therefore are ful-
a toa fland, at they differ fo much from ahiat ly determined, to efRablif.h a .ffim. and lasting.
We e had a few days ago. Therefore we wjfh to peace with all nations and people. In order
e hear no mrii-e fuch talks, fuch talks as. we have t.at e dp not meetwith any interruption id
nd received from St. Augufline, firprife us miuch- acccmpliflting to defirablean objga, this Talk
lfuc as wi did not expe& to hear from. thofe is fent to you to defirc, that you do not pp an.y
d a who call thrifelves our friends ; they are tlks account interfere in our na..onal concerns, ai
e we do not, nor did not wifi to hear ; fuchtilcks heretofore you have done to the great detriment
v as thefe diltra4 our whole nation, and d'iflurb an4,injury of ourfel.ves and friends.
our peace and hunting. As we do not mean to We, ae well .acquainted with th Talks you
nd lien to none of them,, we hope you will not feid into our land, and the.mifchief they have
of takeamifs what we here write you.. We do made among Q foolifl young people, and.ara
not, throw away any good talks of any friends, reloived (tp havenp more fu.ch dongs;,ourwhole
n bu is we, have all talked with the.Spani.b Go.- ntifonallo fees that you take by the hand the
ed vernors and they have generally advifcl fu .to mnenof ourland who.have brought trouble and
in b pe.aceable with all white people, apd now difgrac. upon us, and your Talks have proven.,
he fOr uch talk. to be fent to us ; we are much tedjuftice being.done,.and fatisfa. ion.given by
n furprifed I What we have yet received and our nation to;our.neighbors, for the murders and
nf rperd, has only bpen verbal ; yet we do not 'robberies committed upon them ; this Mr. PA,.-
"o wiih to hear any more talks from you on that TON you had no bufinfs .with, To repeat all
fuja, as we are fenfible that by taking fuch the bad. advice our people have had from yu,1
talk, it will be the ruin of our nation. You fince the timethe Englifh left this country w iit
,fe cannot think hard of what we have mentioned take up too mucfh time at prefemt ;hut we muft.
Stoyou laft fummer we had received in fay, that hadl our na ion followed the advice
an juries, and ,ood ilt all around us ; we then given by governor O'N CAL. o .Penfacola, Mr.
an wif., d to have taken fatisfaeaion for the blood PA ToN and others who we can nmetion when,
he we had ]ofl. Your agent took usby the hand, it is neceffary ; our country ~.oud now been er.
ed and told us to lay fill, that we should bring gaged in a bloody and ruinous war, nrot only
ht ourfelves into great trouble ; you even told us with all the Ameticani hut.with our neighboring
ht we thuf n6t expe& fatiga&ion from you, if we nations of red people; fome Qf ourpeople were
usor did uot t youi-alkd and l d not go to mad enough to take thefl bp Talks, and blood
war oi..people of our own colour, on your talks was :fpil in confrquence,,but the wife ones a-
o e refraineddoing what we wibed,yu inomle among us put a fo thernto. But we cannot
, ere forced 'in to d-fo Therefore, we at forget fuch wicked, had advice, calculated for
or thistirethink very strange that you should a- our. delrtuion.,
ut ter.yori tall fo much, whin at this time we, Now Mr. PANTON, our advice to you is to
its \r driving all, wcan to m settle iatteri. inour mind your trade, and not meddle with our pub-
- land withtheUnited States for the gc of our lic oncens,.toolong. lindedb po.
aioi an. alk, or tointerfere in any quarrel with our eyes arp now-open and we plain, difeover
re- ianyatllOrn of white people. .... an your vie'"/ are not for our .good. Ornde more
en u nation a thistle olie in abad situation we tel you that our nar.tion is determined no' to.
en OurT naon at this times nrere in be longer fves to your Talks, and' e: are
ip therefore, it will not an[wer ,as to intffe b ogrfv)toorTasad.eyr t.

S a ondu 1
id ay ih, belft for their own good. I
S weuld' you'*any her pert
in our national affairs as
to prevent our eflablhging eace, we l cnfder
all fuch as enemies to our land, and ltobk0 them
for all bad confequencen that may follow. '
There are public agents in our nation from n ain
and the tinned States, to them alone we will listen
and mutt not be interrupted by any other aTalks
this is the opinion and voice ot outr action as well
is of yori friend.
The White Lieut. of Oakfujee.
The Mad Dog of Tuckabatchee.
Alexander Cornsdl of do.

LateS JFora ntefUgence,
Received v the' En,t'rfrize, Capt. TaoMrso*x, arrived,
Sat Nc -.Yrt fronC'ork.
T HI-E qneimy are in confiderableforce at Camp
de C.efar, afihort diflance fromValencientiesf,in
which neighbourhood PrinceCoBnova is encamp-
ed ; the number ofthe former cannot be afcertained;
that of the Auflfian army is aboin 400o00 infantry,
and the whole of the cavalry. From their proxt-
imity we may shortly expeff fame movements of
The French have greatly augmented their ca<'afl-
ry-it is faid, to the number of 40,ooo. The niofl
livee meaf,,res are making on the-part of the al-
liei to do the like.
Reinforcements for the imperial atmy daily ar-
rive on this frontier. The Duke of York's army
is to cornprif 70 000oo' men, ncltidng Pruffian aux-
tiaries. Our artillery is excellent ; that attached
to th. Brtifh army will amount to nearly 50o pieces
of ordnance, admirably weHl appointed. The park
at present, is at Le Celes, nesr this town, drawn
up in two lines, in readinefs for immediate service.
It is underflood, that the DAke's army is to
cover the operations of Prince COAOUR G againfl
Avfrxe, Landrecy, and poffibly againRft Maubeuge,
while Gen. CIAI RrAI Tr, with c :nfiderable de-
tachment, will invefl Cambray, and keep the ene-
miy quiettowards-Lifle. In cafe of fuiccefs againfl
Landrecy, it isuniverfally believed, that the three
armies, forming separate columns,.will proceed to

The gieatefl part of our grand army 'is now en-
caniped near E~gle 'Foradine, where ii has been
this day reviewed by the Emperor.

Succefs of the Crombined Force&.

Capt. Ci.6ToN, aid-de-camp to his Royal
Highnefs the Duke of York, arrived this morning
at the office of the right honourableHaNXv DuN-
iAS, his Majafly's principal Secretary of SLate for
the home department,with a difpatchftom his roy.
at highnefs, of which" the following is a copy :

CAT *AV Ai'lt !
its :. ,
IT is with the grea'tnf fatisfatlion that I have
the pleafure to acquaint you, for his Majefly's in-
lormation; with the signal fuccefi which has a'ttend'-
e& the general attack made yefltrfiay by 'ti armies
of the combined powers. .
'According to the plan prwbofzd, their Auflrian,
Britifh and Dutch armies affembled on the r6ih,
on the heighis above Cateau, in order tobe review-
ed by his Iriprial Majfly ; after which.the Auf-
irian and Briijfii armies paTffed the Se/ffes, and en-
camped in front of this rown,while-theDutch form-
ed the;r camp immediately in its rear.
At nine o'clock on y'ifterday morning the three
armies m5vced, forwards in eight colutmns. Tle.
fiar column,.compofe'd ofAuftriats and Datch
troops, under the corrimand of Prince CH 'iaITIAN,
of .HeTeDarmnfadt, advanced-upon the village of
Ctartilon, which was forced- after fome refiftance,
in which the enemy loft four pieces of cantion, and
from thence proceeded across the Sambire; and took
a position at Fayril, between .Samb're. and ihe-Pe.
tite He'f, ?o as to'invell Laudrecies-on that fide.
The fecund column, cdinmanded by Lieutenant.
Gen. ALVINTZ, and confifling of'the referve of.
the Auflrian army, moved forwards upon- Mating-
net, and having forced the enemy's entrenchments
at that place, as well at at Offy, proceeiledeto Nou-
vwin, and took poflffion this morning of the whole
'wood called the foreft of Nouvain..
The third colu mn which confilled of thde iamn
body of the Auffrian army, and with which his
Imperial Majefly and-the Prince of Cobourg,-'ent
themselves, proceeded along the high road leading
fJom Cateau to Guifi,and after carrying the two
villages of Ribonville, and. of WVajigny, where the'
enemy were flrongly entrenched, detached the ad-
vanced guard forwards, which took poffeffiqn of
the heights called the Grand' and' PetitBlocus, and
puflit'd forward this morning al far as Henap-

The fourth and fifth columns were formed of the
army under my command. Of the firf ofithefe I
tack the diredion, having Lieitenant Gen,. Sir
W\VrSi.t.iAM E-ssTtNE, who commanded the other
My column was intended' toattackihe redoubts,
and village" of Vaug, as well as to' render itfelfmaf-
zer, ifpofibie,odf the wood called Bais de Bohain,
which ithe enemy had flrongly entrenched. -
In cotfeqience of the very great denles and ra-
vines, which we found on our march, riy column.
'was not able to arrive .at the point of attack until'
one o'clock in ihe afternoon.
A.s foon as the cavalry of the advanced.guard
appeared upon die heights, the enemy began a ve-.
Sy fcverc cannonade, from the effefls of which, al-
:ihough very near,.ihey however were enabled, in
a great meafire, to over themselves by the eatu-
cal incqualties of'tBle ground -
Having examined.the enemy'spofition,and.find-
ing it sery firong, r determined to endeavour to
turn i: Ly their right, and for his purpafe ordered
;he whole of thdie column to move forwards, utinder
: ver of the high ground, leaving only a sufficient
""C'u-', a ti'n Fra.n-ce 12 miles S. E.otf Camb,,ta.

quantity'of 6IVa-y" op Ivisleie lME gnrisi cups-7y the -
enemy's attention. .Strong batteries likewife were
formed, which kepf tupa fevere fire, and protected
the niovements very :conidcrably.-
As foo-t as the troops -had gained ufficilently the
enemy's fa'!i the advanced guard, unidir the com.-
mand of Major Gen.Ansu-aca omnOY, was direfed
to begin the attack, atniftwo companies.of the light.
corps of O'DoNNstL, supported by the two gre-
nadier companies of xhe..-firft regiment of-guards,
the command of Col. STAN HOPE, formed and-
touk the Star redoubt, above the village of Vaux,
while the three battalions of Ainfrian- grenadiers,
; led on by Major General PEF t AKSr, attacked the
wood'. and'made, themselves mailers of the works
which the criemy had' conaruaied fqr its defence.
The enemy's'fi're at finf wis veiry'fevere, but
when the troops approached thfiey began to retreat
on all fides, and were foon put to flight. I imme-
diately detached a party 6 the' cavalry, confifting
of Huffais,-and one.fquad'ron of the r6th regiment
of light dragoon commanded by Major LitPaar,
of Oe former corps, round the wood to the right
who completely succeeded in cutting them offitook
four pieces of cannon and a" howitzer, with a con-
fiderable lofs of men on- the part of the enemy ;-
whilfl the cavalry of the adva"-ced guard on pur
left, under the command of Col. DAVAY, of the.
regiment of Archduke FE D-I NAN 's hufl'ars ptr-
fied them through the wood and drove them into
the village of Bohain,.which they evacuated isnme-
Sir WiVt L.t.1'A.r Eastria, was equally faccefs.
fidl with his column, which was intended, by' the
villages of Marers and Peremont, to turn the wood
of Bohain, in order to facilitate my attack. He
met with no refiflance until, he arrived at the vil-
lage of Prenmont, where he fund the enemy fl6ng-
ly pofled ;; he immediately formed his line, and
having detached'the b8igadeof Britifh infantry,and
the Auflriart regiment of Cui'raJfterof Zerehwitz,
with fobr squadrons of Britifli light dragoons, un-
der the command of Lieut. Gen. HeRCOURT, in
order to'tiurn the positionn, he attacked it in front
with three battalions of the regiment of .Kuanitz,
fiapported by a well direaed file of the Auflrian
and Bitifai'artillery of the referve, under the corni-
,intand of-Liiet. Col. G'ON G EV. ,and fUucceeded
Completely is d'rfitisig the enemy fort the redoubts,
Were he tobr two pieces of cannon, and pair of
Scolours ; he' froiif'telnce' prioceeded'to teirn the
Swood with a part ofthe corps leaving the rofl'tpon
the position it P emnont.
The fixth.feventh aid' e)ght coltimns were in'eri-
.ded to'obfer'te the C64Hniy the fide of Camtbray,
the firli of thefe comnifed of Aufirians and com-
manded by Maj.-Gen. CouNT HADD iCitpuhed ,
forward as far-s tHe village of Crevecoeur' and de
tached fone light troops acrofi the Sekd t, .with-
out meeting' wi:h any relifltince.
The feventh column, confifllitig-f Auldlans and
Dutch, under the hereditary Prine 6f Orasge mov-
ed forwards upon the high road' leading f4im Ca-
tcau to Cambray, and advanced beyond Beauvois,
whilfi the eighth column compofed chiefly ofDutch
troops, commanded by Maj. Gen. Ga ss'5I, co-
vered the hereditary Prince ofOrang'is righ"r'la ,
and moved forwards in'front of St. Iilari.' -NW'e.
other of thefe lali columns were in the hifwiigagerf;
but this' morning the enemy attacked thle' i"nce of
Orange's advanced.guard, was repulfed slh*n wiih
great eafe. ,
The fignal foccefs which? hat attended'thefe ex-
tenfive and complicated operations has d',terMinnld
his I'mperial Majefly to begin immediately Ahe
tege of Landrecies; and therefore theheredit-ry
Prince,'who will have the direction .of- thte ,l
has moved this evening with the greatell part of his
cariip fromi' Beauvois, and taken -apofition fo as t 6
complete the inveflure'of that foriefa ; while' his.
imperial Majefly, with the grand army covers lhie
operations oTthe fiege on the fide of GiJ/ei .and
ti indseri my immediate command does .the fatie
tov ardi Ca'ibrahy.'
t ~ iat adds greatly to th general fatifatis on tip-
'oh this ocraoion it,the inconfiderable lofs which the
combined armies have fullained. whilft that of the
enemy has been very great.. The. Britifhin par-
.ticular have been' 'pe-liarly fortunate. The
honorable Captairi CEA'vaa'oti of the ro.E1s,.
young officer of promising mnerit, is the only one
we have to regret ; nor has any one lcfis.ei been
wounded ; of privates wie have'had' three hidl.d
an' fix wounded','
: The enem, has loflih'tnthere various attacks t--P
.wards of thirty pieces ofcannon ouf7,hicharie werre
:akeri by the column under thy command,befides Kfe
twio which iere taken bL Lieut.General Sir Wt,i;.
LIAM Easatll a.
I have equal fatisfatlotsi in reporting from n iy
own.obferva.ion and the account I 'have receipt ed
'from Sir WILLAxm ERSKIN.a, thefpirit atdgood,
conduct of all the ofcers aId men under' my coAa
mand ; hut I have particular obligations to Lieu-
tenant Generals Sir W1'.LLirA ERSKiNe..afid
Ortio, as well as ro Majbr-Genieral Are c tort'-
na, who commanded the advanced guards of my
-column, to Colonel DuvAY, Major LitpazrTr of
thdAuftrian huffars, and to Lieutenant Colonel
Cot'rM1f 6eRC.RLBDT of ihe &Auflrian'Eta' Major.
I eadhnt help likewife mentioning the good con-
dul and bravery of Lieuteniant FACE of the Bri-
tih artillery, who diflinguilfbed himfelfvery much
by the kill and a&ivity with which he direed one
of the batteries.,
This dispatch will be delivered bly my aid-de.
camp, Capt. CLtNtro-, whom I beg leave to re.
commend to his Majefly,'his 'conidud up'on every
occasion having -meited my fuJlfl a jpprobatioi. I
am, Shr, yours, FREDERItCK. .
Right Hon. HENRY DUtNDAS, s3c.

Succefs of the French .. '
BARmRII, in the name of the Committee of-
SPublic Safety, gave an account of the c6nq'uefl of
Oneitlia,a port in the Mediterraifean,from whence
thie tyrant ofSardinia interrupted theFrench trade,
'arid infhlied' its navy. A great many -obflaches
were to be overcome in order to arrive at this
'port. tt was ne-effary to pafs through the ter-
ritory of Genoa. Here we were oppofed by
diplomatic arguments :" But the- web of lies and"
Scanning was made to difappear before the eternal
rights of nations, and' before the imperiotis'wants'
of liberty. All the tranfaklions have been worthy'
the Frerdh people. \We have lo butl few min ;--

!'we have. been the etlieny ; prepared the way for
'future fiuccefles, and have taken 12 pieces of cannon.

S-'LOKDON, AtplRL 22-'i3--
To prevent a1H minor altercation, rate E.i '-
naon of Germany i's hih'year to take the field, as
Genera-liffimo of the combined armies. .
SCaptain CARLTON, Unfotiunately killed in the'
late aion 1o flanders. is fon of Lord DOitCHES-
TIR, and an officer much efleemedd. A flot from
a cannon cut his arm in two ; another ihivered his
head to atoms .... ........,
Gen. HocHE, heretofore commandant of their
army of the Rhine, arid. Mofelle, is committed to
prifbn by order of the committee of Public Safety.
CH'A'UM-BTRB, GeneiralA TiuaR DtLI.o, and
feverieen others, were conviaed by the Revolu-
tionary Tribunal, and guillhtioed on the a3ih infl.
Among them were t e widows of Ha'sW.nXT and,
CAMi-L'DSSMOULsIN. Eightoftholecharg
ed wi;h'this cooflpiacy were acquitted'.

ratio, APRIL 4.
A tradefman, who had taken his paffage. en
board the Roebuck, of i riflol, for America, was at-
relled on the eve of his departure on Monday lal;l
and fiindng his hopes of emigrating entirely
thwarted, he took the defperate refutation of fhoot.
nag himnfelflall night, whilif in the cuflody of the
Sherifl's officers, which he effeited by placing a
pistol to h- s car.,

SDUBLIN,A I At'i. 1:4.
-By the veffelh lately arrived from New-York, &c.
we have American papers do* to the loth of lall
month-public, affairs there are becoming highly
The general sentiment is running gradually into
a hatred of Englifh meafures,' .ifwe are to believe
their public resolutions, and the otafls given at pub-
lic meetings ; which we think rather a better- cri-
ierion (t judge of the fen-timents of ary people,
than by anonymous publications.. ThcPrelident's
birth day has been celebrated.' wiih unusual ap-
plaufe,-throughout the whole continent. In the
toafls givdn on this ocealion,' we do not find one
folitary instance ofany thing favorable to England,
or the cau(e iri which the is embarked.

[To thew the ascuracy of southern information,, we
infrt tie following.; puollihed the day after anailaer-
tion that a privateer had been ft ted out itn that port .
.and had ad'tually fent in a prize.:-viz.]
T HEparagraph itn our paper of yederday which
L mentioned' that the privateer fhip Liberty, be :
longingto this port, was utterly a millake of the .
writer's, no privateer having-been fitted out ir' thii ;
,port finco the e6immencem nt of the- prefent war,
.it being contrary to the principles of reunia!ity lain
down by thi' Prefident's Proclamation, and not
permitted in any pqrt under the govcrnmen of the


'ExteaT of a letter from a gentleman-tin St. Do
mingo, to a refpetlable h oufe in this city.
Mole St. Nicholas, 26th May, 1794.
S" The reinforcements which have lately arrived
ofrbtrr the Windward iflands, arealready gone againfl
.Port au-Prince-that fall fleet conIlas of 4 men,
-of wars, and 12 trapfports, with 4 Or
5000men. We wait wiih much impatience, the
refult of that expedition, the fuccefs of which will -
haflen and determine the redtiSion of the whole
ifland-one thing only creates uneafifieft, and it is .
the embargo laid in your ports ; its duration would .
prove very prejudicial to us-but we hope that all
caufes of grievances between you and the Enghifl
wil ftobri(ifthey are not already) be removed to -
the entire faiisfaaion of the United States, for the
glory and prosperity of which we form the nioll
sincere wilhes.".
By the laff arrival front Euroqpe we larn, that
the French have taken Oneigtia, a port in the Mle.-
diteranean, and a rendezvous of Sardinian priva-
teets that harralfed the French trade. The lofs of
the Fiench was trifling, and: their armly-, threatens
rfrhei'conquels is 'iy.-
j *--- .
: JUNE 16. By account, from- Matiniaue, we
iSthe received informatiorithat6 frigaits are arrived
ihere, having under their protection the Cork feel
,Jfv.ifluallers and a number of tranfports, with s1o6
land forges on board,, and that anotherr fleet 'from
the cove of Cork, with 6 regiments intended for the
attack of the uqfubdsled polff,:Libns on rhe iltand
of.St..Dojiingo ;- they;-werec istiked in March
.: Capt. Sntr'friELD' fiont Charle ln we
learn,- that the report of several American priva
teers fitted out from that port to cruize againll the
Englifft, is ill founded. None have been fott out,
except under French colours- and if individual
.Americans are concerned in them; it is not public ;
nor does it appear that the Governor ofthat fla:e
has given any countenance to the bufinefs,

Of the Yedical Sotiety of the State of New- Yohrk
S.NIw-YoX, J3UNE 3, 1794.
SPERMIT us Sir,'to wait upon you with an outering of
our mot fincere congratulations, on your fafe arrival,
with your lady and family .in this happy country, and to
exptrefs our real joy, in receiving anmohg us, agentleman,
'wvhole labours have contributed to muciho to he difit'fion
':tid eftablilhmenr of civil and religious liberty,and whole
;dee refearclies into the true principles of-iatural phi-
.'1idfo.hy, have derived'fo much improvement and rsmit be-
enefit, iot only to the fciences of ctiymifla'y and medicine,
but to various oiher arts, all of which .ire ,iclluary to
the ornament aid utility' of Iuman life,
May you Sir, poll'efs aud enjoy, hrre, uninterrupted
'contentment anid happinefs, and may your valuable life
be continued afarchsr bleliung to mankind.
* By order, JOFlN CHAR;LToQ Prefidcnt,
Dr. JosEPU PRIESTttEY,'L.L..B & r..S.
- To the M'emners of the Medical Society in Nero -York.
I THINK myfelfgreatly honored in being congrattlat-
ed on my arrival in this country, hy a-foctiety of perlonsi,
w.sofe ftudies bea.: fome relioato tomy owli. Tucoritincie-
without fear of nioleftatioii, onm account ot thenmtso't open"
profeniion ofje'nimeni, civil or religious, thofe purt.its'
whi; youuardef"fsiblclhay e fou t!;eir ibjeldt ttmeas'atantgm. oi

,,,lr.,*mi.d ]eing,as yt u J t',. obi'Ceved, "neceff I
the urnament and utility of human life.") is my princi-
pal'moCive for leaving a country, inl which that tia mqui-
lity, and cife oflfectirity, which fcientifical pu iluitiu re-
.qulre, calnr.ut be hasd ; and Ilam Ihatply to find here, per-
fous w-ho are engaged in the fame purfuits, and whoi i have
Sthe iuft lenfe that you diftover of their tiuly enviable fi-
tuation. J. PRIESTLEY.
A'ew-Y'Krk, une 13, 1794.

It is obfe.rvable, that Dr.-Ptas'rITL.vY in his
answer to the address of she Democratic Society,
has not faid one word about the. Society that ad-
dreffed him I he has not hinted at the great utility
of the inflitutionti-he has not faid, heexpefled ihae
Society to atitfl in proteflin'g his liberty and his
properly ; on the other hand he feems to expref-
a defire to be protefled by the laws of the country
-he has hot faid he wifhes well to the Society, and
-what is more, he has not even thanked them for th!,e
'addrefi. J-n this answer, however, the Do&oir
has discovered hi fatiiotifm as well as his bru-.
dence;, and there is no doubt his good fenfe' wilt
lead him to avoid entangling himfelf with parties
in this country. He will foon learn the charaacer,
of men andfocieties ; and no doubt will be fotind
among, thole found republicans who support the-
Pref.dent and maintain the government and laws
of the country. 'Ie will foon learn that Europe-
arts who have acquired a habit of railing at the cor-
rupt governments of Europe,- have no. occasion for
t.he exercife-of fuch habits ins this country ; that it
is his duty and his intereff'to ftipport the conflitu-
tion of the people's c..oice,whicih gives-ms all pro-
tec-ion-and that the true Am-rican charafler is to
maintain a total independence on-any foreign pow-
er ; and that parties, organized and directed by fo-
reign emiffarties, who would tie us to any Europe.-
.n nation,, like a pin-cuthion dangling at a wo-
man's apron tfring, are hostile to all our deareft in-
teieflu,.' _____ ., .-
A London paper mentions, that MARQUIS
CORNW'A.L 's, on taking leaVe of the Royal hof-
rages at Fort St. George prefented to each of the
Princes an elegant Khielate, and regretted that the
Palanqieeris which had been ordered from Bengal,
had noi arrived, as he was defiious of prefenting
them perfonaliy. The Vakeel repeated a Perfian
verfe, figuratively defcribing -he kindnef, of hit
Lordfhip, and the regietoffeparaion. The.Mar-
quis .when he embarked, in tle Swallow, was aiten-
ded to the beach by the voting Princes, ,heir Va-
keel, .ahd the NIabob's eldeft fion with his family,

A collection has lately been made, 'in- the con-
gregation of Connelicut, of a fum for paying
twelve pounds per month, to certain gentlemen as
miffionaries for preaching during this fummer ir
Vermvont. One of their objefls is to oppofe the
growth ofM'ethodifm ; and a-nethr to coni'c, tht.

SATURDAY, JUNE 2t,' 1794.
$: In the laft CENTINEL and on this' day, we pre-
feit a number of official coimmunicatiou.m. A due regard
to nuifcelaneous collection, induces u; to poflone the an-
hIer of Mr. H^AIMo?.U', to Mr. tAaO-LPt's Cetter, to-
gether.fhitv fiuniiry'lettert aid .pit s it h -tlate to
the fulje6dis alluded tu itn the co;'iefpniderncc between
thofe chara&lers. .. ,.
[A mericant of refpe&L.Gilhty has communicated to tihe
HEdtor thie following :--] -.
1e Liebon, ioth April, 1794.
''Wehave no.tthe pleafure to-iiiclofe )'bu, a
c-)jy of the Edif, pubiilhed here this day, renew-
irig hoftilities, as heretofore, with the Regency of
Algiers ;'and'as vigorous rmeafures are taken to aci
against them, they will be locked up in theStreights,
fo that your navigation is new as free mrom any'
rifk's from' them, as before the truce, whith affords-
us infi'nit fatisfacfion ; and: as fuch recommend
yocar making it public."

It: being verified, with the titmoft
certainty, in the prefencb dof fHis Royal
Highnefs the Prince,* that the ttuce be-
tween' this Court, arid the Regency of
Algic', i's interrupted; he is pleaded to
ordain, that the War be continued wkth
the faid Regency of Algiers' in the like
manner as hedetoforc' 'adopting, in con-
fequence, every precaution to prevent
the A;lgerine Corfairs from getting
into. the ocean; aiid the fame being-
-approved by the Royal' Board of Com-
merce, Agriculture, Mantifa6'ures and
Navigation, ofthis Kingdomi and its do-
iminibns:; it was ordered to be made
public, by Proclamation.
I" Lilbon, oith April, t 794.
The Prince of ra/ t ets beiR l(uent ofPorNtugl fince
ise intaniiity of itle Queen:
The conduct of the Court of Portugal towards-
'the United States, dtring.ahe late turmoil, hal been.
'fuch as to demand the mofl generous acknowiedg-
ment. It has been corroborative of-a faith, that a'--
tional interef is not inconfiilent with naiona! po-
li:enefrs and urbanity. .

Of the s 5 (hips of the line left byv he EnHgif':
and Spantij7t, on the evacuation ot Touuon, h e were,
.at the date-of our lafl accounts,-ready for fea-five
.arming, and five equipping.
From Hamburg we iatrn, that fitgar and coffee
were a dull fale-owing'to the great qilanttties me-
cently imported therein, arniibm.,ng to 50.000oo, co
'pounds of dhe former, and 8.oo.000oo of ti.e
A V.fll-India paper, of May to, mentions the
arrival of the Cork We.ft-India flee:, ii the IVelf'-
Indis." Capi. DUa iv t ti from L'Orent,mcr-
tions the capture,-by the French, of t8 fail of
It is faid, in a letter from Halifax, that feveral
Euglith armed vefiels are ordered to cruie oun wh-
coafl of the U'nited S'tlates, to reta ke am y prizes
which theFreich cr,,irerns ay .e f~LJin, :"o :;'
ports of she Un'iied States.

PROV: -:TAp.ido 1 :1 el2de ^ 1

,, .. .. u ....... ,9 a,lgh, p.e"O ill. I ,a the ar-on pur ptlrt e .ceted, a-e1 ra TR.GEDA tJones and Ba Office,
S! om c o cO b one th w have~i, 1n nd Iergy, .our -, err, ".r.. Nw a k Ch-fe rh Hrr ,i -
knce for wo years. at :-tt, inflcad of i. eIo, n w no 'it pre"i-n he Gfcin DaCe nt,..i. f e B ., iloIl eaOer 7s Da1,
S- t i ave coquered before-wi a condued niage rym Sale at I o'clock.
his report U'as advoce y b MeNtr. MATiN, ini .,feace t ..o aflt,. ofgloriou, prae, .im, a, c ur, = ,-'- Mr. Jon es'
zssv dHS he,10 NiRem l ( w I -, I Ln W'ediiefdayJUNEr raid ffice,
f^o, ocu W. BanJsIUv,Ht9n, 9s I J it- n power; this is a conforn ,ch-.Tht ,, -. -n. Pe' On Vednefday nex.. raid Officel ,
h 'nao-, tduBBanD. The etoe l, l ritLcu wearulf e are o to be robbed of; and although Tome lanr, -' ,AINe enJeleg.anrarcmeo Muil,,,malHaidker
e. for t<.. atey metoed, parl rlv fuppore .hat .W operG, to i- overhrw of C.oni, ,, MK en-y, h .t .Mhmr,id amo ng tonc o frI prri c. for utnb7 t' --
,,iheAgrculura a govheradmenueI enni-ein L d tffrenly i we Di,,,nyi,, -.-- .. r. Bak. losctas m. ,-. lll l l aI,..-
Centy acquainted with t We otty of government, t hpe war whaei, a plealng idea, tai we have a f" E ,- - MfaIe er A a E r i ,
Sthey ,had but few onportunnies to read the Re- government puff eng tome ineg-a government And apra, (the Gc,. Dadghte,) M. ker. nets, D mothCs, Ir ,Eh Lme, B J, ndblk ilkl'id.
foie.aod had not, pIehaps leen an, i.ihru:lions g oic, fnecn'farr, will be able camm-and g rnhe t En. u Play ke'tne Fnaidndia Cotton,, of varu'.,ai e.. Co.,iu.
neC.ty or a ew c6iire-of this valh.tile branch la 'n f Horhfil t -od n Ihe nloodladls, .o .pia and hgured Velves,black 1Hir-Ri. ns, ,etpe
of n 'lchiie. Mr.r MA rr t la i llir.g of the reforces of urou tTy, in pre- By Mfirs Collin and B.,rtlett. I IiShet, rg, &.. &fc. S,,.8le ato'clock+
o A;rcremi tr. MA" oridNo ~. *, serving the rights; the independence, and indivifi. To wbict will be alded, the favuine FARCE df .
fore as oreMefntial at tibs tme n at pr if otIe nitd Stae The een wh a e 'i l.e Old. Maid. -' "" ,; ,-Z '
erod A"Mr. faal, it waswcll ohy h +h chThe Oid Maaid ... ... ,ae,,pler hufa nxt as abov. e ,
confide:ationft.=houfe, that aSaleit only to he feeling of Ameritans-niaiona feeling! -and Cernmont, -Mr. /.f, .ell. .. u^ hurfday next, as aboVee,
or three .p. would go a thsye year to iGta er though extremey de rous of prefervinthe bl ow- M. Collins. e exclrnt Made ra wine, Lo .on.mat kc ,la' hi
6 iI h f l -a n a gtin uCXtCg-lys alriO SOw hprClarlsne tie DI nf + a .. n + -.' K ..I been importa ed five year.ia 'i .menr wt-ill be re.- c.i s id a
s hey hav, o te yeats, en ten fi~s ann tlahf e, will r every thing in support offt e Capt. Cape, .-- Mr. aker ot. Nodea "y. ae, h e ak.
----and ip wa ppoe able, that the wou a ho rof our country.-1Tot ftotheir revilers ; Be- Mrs. Hartowv, .- yvis Harifoi. days* SVT L E.,sf h t "-P1i*airz o'duock -
ni!ar Lin Bflon, and other ports they argued liee me, the careers, croaketsl and landerers of At>d M.s H..rl],. (thebild MaidlJ MrE. Baker; en o "lli fRp" --
bron the s crciumflance, tlai r ihe, tmtporrtaton o.f men ad Renafures, are not thepatori -.s of our cnum nt.
lo n, h ad n,..p e t-, in".'L of en ara l P layneI-c o: mep orourouno s. .o..e _- ,,, o
LHemip would be confderably len ,an ufual ; ev.en ry,-hcy 0 not feel like Americantthe" d6 ..t.. ..7. --
timeth ato'plunge usrinto911113;s'tie' jebu a,
,2 t.he~hiparrefafe;butlda war akeplce, eve" Hn" to pungeL usinto difbicidie ,. bway a0d1,Putnam, ., + On Monday next -.
fiherreurn waste erain;r.d houtempodage o f.y ea fdly Ike-warm .. to providefore, at r Store, in C, I, At-Ae L r H 'Sc e%
Na-vtation, tI*bh la'., depended an agric.ji e -, r r. bac..- tJeuneo "2'ia. A P .-" R a
sed a'iricul,re fl itrfhed bi means of navigaluD. '" TheOcongrefnif nhapaipgn, juft clofed af, J hn Fox, A r.i a a outen b
Ae might hlrve,aJ pide nec.. ~riu.by ,agrcul. ford, a che.qu'rcd re, tew. Time wilf otr admit of ., belong.rtg ou r otiiSxte. x ct as a oI.li.
fttre; b wthou r,ta.. in our n.,,ror crh.l. ai ,, detn-eaon of uts ferures Suffice.i r No. 71 'Co rnlll-Has-"a .. ar lt "
cuencees uoa'af be e tttnc h fWas nsoferiaie thati al dellnatso for -M
Senc 'be o. e antit. 1- .a t e ha o'fay, that though thete ha been a die proportion I D Bandann.a, and Policat Romal On WVedneflday next, at faid Ofice,
rom thle f(mally qantiy ot Hemp e.peted from a .,- .hre ,lt ,.e.o. s occ.f.rs truly na- "Handkerifs. A/o, India Cottons, vettycheap, by thde en pipes Lo Pon m ilarkel M deir .
hraad, it lomeme fpur was tnt 'en o.the giowshol ',a | deas haie prednminaed ar.d I conclude, r- -tr y.- p J... WJne;, (wai,.rid r,,eaC asc,oi,,dL byy lamples-prr, n,
as. athom,.it mn.ght be raed in .price to air ar. rom .ida. inflances, h ccn that have cc d h how- St Ub-S- may e ade by appr'ed Noies i tL dw,. Al,. a .r
died po ds, cr -.n. ." Next to Reit;gion u. b o m "pa ny b, t _a av e "ied ihatio J .a ... alfchate svery exceient Bohea' Tea b vera calks Raifins;
S( oubjet omoretmportancecoutcome ra ye pfns which ie at the ereifn. e, .A drim e altlt pa o'lock
o e e unity and Mr vifibihty of tie rep.bhick, have .-"of o, .... '" (t"7'"~ .
tasd y rTu rge a, y th r us t ,h[ -hg thar t sInv time ees in .Q ir t6-n 1 +.bovee..
.It was urged, by Dr. EuSTs, Dr. JAnVs', served to ally so a point as great a major y asa- j q t AtriThurfdhiy, 26tatifr.m at, 'boe OfR ce;
.Hd mr 1 Or. too, hat notwthfmian g te bny ny ,me exifs in the oldew governments. A- -. ttre .. ; e d An XniiV aflfortment f Hard are,
Sad beetn granted for federal years, yet the quantti"n t" oe g n t -At NO. 28, Util -f -fteoet. corifiating of an aortmnt of iss.Srk. ''.
.. y oFhemip raised in onfequeince,was fo malliha .. ges.otall kinds, Locks, various fort, H n ll iu.
t was ahnoft a. i brktiieque on bountie,,s tcoaanti- Capt. W 4LLACK pilenti Arm t, the dtizens -of / aitU aforrflIent checked, lprg- Hahd-,icei,,cir rs;, hea. Screws, several rfarE, Scts.'
it i w as \VWid No.' i1, and ha, the hi...i to.- + fr.i tiem,- that ed eand Jacconet Mulins, Mullita Handklerchies, awns, bonebuckii otheth'liandle Knives aind Forks, Clt'acapoc'-
-t ti t he produce of- hm thhee)refet unifoofm, a whch Ien l defa hiit oio,npany Chirifas, Callicoes and Copperplate Faurmtuires, Ind Cot- et Koirv, Razors, Iuckles, crew Rings, feket Cliffels.
oaisit was replied, that the produce o hemp talb l makbut one moaT purnl' appc, .e ) .., tigb been tons, lrlh Linens, Caflimers and Broad. Clots. A few Gougi s, plain irans,.Trowels, bright eager: black do.bright
.as indd reading, andthai thi e papers on th.e table iftpofed yfat a Xcr, i, crhe, st, h l.lf fhal, u.,.a1.iatety pieces, ,very eleg ant prianed Cafiimers, fo Gentleran's worm 4o. Marking-Jrons ;Hand sroBs,C Cndletl.lr.,t[awaag-
proved, lha: as m,.:h was raifedthe;:lal two years, advance the proceeds ftle fale, to expedite'the, pur- fuhnmev coats and.waificoati.. Al/Jo,. Knives, Scythes, Gimbles, bell and common h.nd Saw.,
as-had been in the four yeats preceding them- chaf of a net Uifiorm, fir thie ure of his corps. *itis A good aflbrtment ofEuitopeanGodds, tls, v Ua" 1ds,a ..Sl,. Spitting'Boes' Scale-8eams, wohr a
'"'a all osur articles of expor, fuch as }ndigo, To flnr,i.nsl .it.in tu tChte Ibihlcrbcd, hbeflatters himfnlf felinton o the mnfreafonable terms. Tw june large a rtm t ofohr ru es too numerotis for an adver-
A. Rho e ;nlr i! er cl al and e tspnonvdoce e Jun 21 -1 1,
bac,:L', E.ce, Pot .af/k, &c. had radua.ly progreffed f te liberality already experi-nd ,e tist th ncef- 'Or NORFOLK, and BALrtMOR ne-. Hundied pi esr excellent hdih
iraditralit gahoeadl farl, esrclile-nd, tliet ths roscef- piei~.rEf.sea
taw.r,. petfetlon --and if tn e article of hemp, fary purfe which is at prefent muchdeficient -what he HE Ship ECH,-WH fail es. Sale atoaclock.
we pe.iLevered, w.e Ohould in a Ihort Itme ratfe a waits on. them with Iis Orderly >,t/," to receive the ja.,. about the 26ih inft. For Freight N.:. The above Gads are in. rim~e order, L~ing lasei
1V-imported direfroi Eufbro)e, ad o hnave avrigtio..ia Pair it
.i,'.Li. inti quantity for our connfiumption. It wa fubfcriptions, will be generouflv citnplteatd bv .. (mall. 4j '**.or Paluge apply to JAMES S LOV fita'ei thiafron Euroe. and have nver '
decided tv Mr. W'iVNT-oi, that American tugmeneirtatioanofthe refpeive iue dutiut .,fled to their O le .nthi, country
Shemp was a j;er tert. flrosigerhthalRu lan,which' nami esI. ___ Jo unepa. a,* ..,,, -.a .
as umpatred by a.lon, oyage. and being heat b' -... '. :i or iLADLLsPHIA, Oi Tue day- next,
qconfineent. The dut/ron henfp it !a faid, MRI E (To fail n 5 oI 6 das) a'A 9 clock i the mo(n portn
.. u 1 or operate a bon and futroede the asi In th wsBta, Ma to is HE brig PATT, SM- At W illiam Aixt ie's Office,
rt-cltey ofa local crafityv-bat it 'as eflential, if i Mary PUrkette. o oa -.nacHlqN, Matler, having p, '
tPe ,,,.mn, adae oif,,. gmsh to afford i, the p'rotec. .. DEAT o i +- o com atns Gno vreagrtor pof- S ew ...ks '- .r ..
r. .rc g.-:cr.ateni. the report wasi agreed tod. uJ.le, l ',onTuefdaylaftat Glouccter, MilGElizabeth- applmy atlS,94to "N. T o -inoe D r-nfre Hvar oiy NofvehrD B hari-s, &cf &c-
S.. M.ng, alc. 24; daughter of Dr. Jhln Maonigg. of v A/lfo a.large oileiton of fecond-hand Boks---C M adta-
p lDA Y, J UE 0. tpfvcl. A yoing lad amiable for her virtues; tents, r -e'wblirn, t.i l G IOluai l.gues of la.,ch may be had at the Office b aenMonday,
The a comniatee n the fubjed of fortifying Caf "an y easng th, ~ t "l "ii-., I ... ... .HE TH fchooner STHER, 1a'ndat one o'clock at the a#. Off.ce, .
wiihlome iismaterial am-endmenss, palled,;)} Fa,',.,'! /ry -l er wdicdef rto-liv, 'ivc -, pata1.ge. applyoiscosses Cor roT,ONlveCrs- : --
died a or t +n.p vn. Nx t gI .t/y etoe
"arg majority :- W...t. .' ...~~vrta he rb r h ere'ray bhe had, o .. On -Tuefday net, a
P. se ot$ ,~That his Excellency the boyrior-e anrd At Ktiigfoln, Mrs. Marcy HiPlmes, .&t. .28; l wotnai- whie O-k prip SaaSe A 10 m the Mornihg, ..o'
I..-:,a. : iit i .r, n fi ti. u al, i,, the r At Uif and Clap's Office,
IdutyieMcitr, and rep.rngInl ulti.fuon o C, te .. BRlflr, a sbot l oo tons Court-Street
2ld-a to gafe flh order anlddirrector to the cr.- At rnktin, Cnn.) Dr. Sfirt l H. B ker, Sler bar e ell i.ud .and now r i
inanding,.nn atlier or r c arJ. dper "o o i, il an, an. At Grin,'Mrs". Mnarthi Wil d, relid of yajorj,- iK reay a -- forS; a HR h.I peces n iiaCoEtOn
hle lhAfTtln.k prpnei, ain 'der to e.table the E.i,,e.r I'elt il'diard, aged alnt soo, years,' heing horn in the tSCH oUJNLB, :,our 6; tons burthet 50odo. and. nnoes, 8 dozeno.men's Hats, &c.
ippjoited by Ta i Prg toNT of tihe UItld SlalSt to r ve- a, rt94. 1 Her father, Captr Ifaac Clartk, of framing-s. nell finJ. ft t l ,r t ca lvingiat Fotrt- n. To be fold .din lots agrtcab, e to the purchasers, fi t
lair d n> u' 'ct -k and f'rfiaon on the r.id ,ll.d, li mm, hsed tu tlhe ae ulf i,. HIer poft erity confliyetl odf dHill Wharl. Fr tetma, -tly Jlto-ice roed) money.. -
donformably to-'an Aaof Cogrefs of the U.iuted Stales, chtdicat; 9o t,.1,,a. lhjin, 0o6 greatgrandctlildrein, No L."ng ia ,, To the FARM.ERS.
eititlea *i Ai A O'prbvide for the defence of certain 4 ih hi gen-.r..-i, total 353..Sme branch here is f)r ,ale about Hogs- A A TS J T RIN
ports and harbouns ins the United states. i ts eat ilL,2ce, the probability 4 Tia"o Kum a few pies ;yal Wine, anda d.l .-L al.OIr,
ns, ,laIr t, rl c, l.ca lt re adld to the hft, could it be n receive rom ONDON, a few
L = Thp TCr H n 1 R'P f rn n'.^ i- afcertaitied. Mrs. Wclanl.xib d te chrifti'at for a fw q' 'n "utle tu-Fis. a I' 5 .t O 1 ''
The Ho n. JOHN" READ. Efq. Repreenta- o cure years. At Sl very f.,, M. atent Sythes,
,f, or .oxo'.ir.y, is eetronc a C .ounelleor in the .i ',Lencc. Sutton -m- r J e.C.. -.'.","I ... -'- 'iS h
omo+nf ltn. JA.rS WARREN, ETq. o it sr.e,,,tt msdu, ae fi, ,Lj.toe,,,.iS^,-n,, J THRE. --S" FiaSb.t. r- .Wltic- are fur fald,..t their Sl....., u;-* ... CONHILL.

S1'! k -,4, LUERCE. i ftlas toTvn, Mr. Thoma Power, .2z; his fu ne- t-efacoml te Inuire of the Priter. ned-to Fa as in ce Sal. T
n -t ..h ,< /_4 WP CE.al i 11 b, to iro"osv,'at 6 o'clo P Mt.l ro M hfis l1te -. lease as.- r- -t I te$ ts bping s itii'ely of Calt Stqc1, are fr'onmu tnc'paii-
In the pr., .f Phl!.aic.,a and \'ew } aor on dwellin-, near the BuIon Stone, I.hic his fieds nd -' June .. cular mode of hardening.and tempe rig, capable of a fi-
he ccffa. he ba-r, were the followin reaives ae rei led to tte, without fuien 0/r / Or f t, ner edge, which they preserve muuch longer citan the
,e I .a s.t e .n D-h-Cproa-duce. wer te f owng relatives .e sLuion ed to An tttenidp witl'u o gbt fuher -"o n t .n;r u r odt."A O..ew "o a isn g.Thy-re n t o r:l c n o .. ii
vtifels, viza-- rt a d.'a..a"a, '62 fh- Hb, 'i br ,O". vitatfotn. .s r' H F bfI.H AR IO'T, '.-.".,ocs They ae not fo li'e to iniuy, requnre"
fnrws, 6 Oft hoi ,0..a 2 {loops, 1 ; toal _p, j br 1, t.,t. ;. .a .tinburthen- threeyenr oldy, e, f l. or, and .,. wear equally ite a. o the ba. k.
a ,- Y 0 : : !d., o 9,, g ,. q l ol. .c.h o o O l Igy et i g h t aa n d ?w e l ul l t V e f f e l o r .e. - --"- - "
proved, 2a.- .ai toA ao the naber 0 'thep:ty wiarfai fot Lvhe'sti -Nvburys' -otr the Mailer .dOUSnEibaerdly fvitnd a
rp s a '.t w, ., -r ed '2 .In 0 -, 23 RiisyPet Ir'icll, ll1 '. -= .f- r an i cin, ragf, a fla. yng at thei Bo-ton. June Wl -Bfornear he New tBridge,.wih afuficiency
.p \l h~ -ners th "loops 6o, tc al 5- -- burgth fthbooers C*narnl ire, rowo, Hi]rp...Ail. r a n r, a i o e .)a/.+ o. Land aljoinring tlhereto for another Heoue Lot. For fur- w
as. Thereare in A /Taca ife s, abase so 0FOtas lim i, Sioiy, h Cri; Polly, Diutinora, LOri- ; If tied for in tends, thr'.argiclarsinquireof rhe Printer. ianm e.-
oferntry or delivery, 1o all acihih more or lefiTftp ent Fisnadlnhiap, wti ooubory,' Suidt1im f Briifk,Whea- o ic he E Shapied POLLrm% Yof Salys, tp FORhSALEPi
ping avpertns i whereas tn New York and Penn ti n esm an N .enrfah.o, ,' Ruter Ir hSrthen econs, '^"n at ^on whar.-, O NE t theibeft Ch-- Hor ever n LF
S vana, there are but one lort o each, except A, atteroh,s^ fliedairs ; an ,,it.ei gnad order, wellfour, ad may be fent to Ameica. faven years old, full fifteen hans hiig,
agg--iar oO, in the fori"er.t Aa it refpeets the Ainf.eriaita...n.n.s Cr '., L- -.R fea with little expence.. Applyto ELIs^ of elegant figure arid free from fauts. Eqxntire.at Mr.
ptuncipe offederalifm, all are eqdail ; and we eaclh-vovr, Ellery, Dominic, Gof vett, nG)berita. .. G N E.. No. I, Spear'- PvAs's Stable, near the Mall. Boalon, .u-.,e s.
should tilejoie in. tl.e profperiity of' the grea. PFriend~sip, h lbrook. Htlsan,,rala; Dnkins, Murrs, N. A few ItOsl v'erV_ ROod 1 -eli. b is Day. Pub/llr/eat,
whoe." .. 'Dominico Richlard,'Gale, St. .aballuia Ne ptu'ies, lut- l. P il r'd, Price one-fifth of a Dollar, (containing 36 pages octavo)
BLESSINGS of PEACE.: I, : New-Pro.vidence. ": P.'ce ..a.dobe olby A SERMON, preached at Py)mnOuth,
It cats e ddemotiflrated that.lth quantity oif fiip- ; ER '- rn the piece on Naiur'i Hifcnlr, inul, henezr Larln Dca :-beingAthe Ariverfariofthe andi.o-af
pin i n.. t" has"dcrva-d-mreAth..ta.... ,.l ourtanetrs in that pl acem;'n tz6o. Publil;sed at tlerequexail
pin owned in th ,own, ha i incrafed morethan fur, "l ,r ue heVolume o Creation,'"'read pni, thetVo. No. o onhl o..,, ... .h i ". tp, o. ",-g S-LsON
double wthin te l.i egh ireen nohths-Anooher lameno Ceaton and aor "i.nert he Volumeof Na.se~ai o No. -o .., r "T -e h hat'd a-'ndot, r n their ifuontr gins a soe I
indication that o.,r Federal Ru; f tvr't .red the country a i "a- .. -. ^ A ', B CliA N D LER RO BBr, D. .
Thie export of he United& ater, f6rtW'thegrand J-I.AVERHILLL BRIDGE. Of cha lo"e te .Re -s 'ae.ven e....- Sold. b' E.. La No. o, Cornhill, at the B o,
source c wealth. In the year 79 they amount The Proprietots of HALnriaL. r ia tr.r /iro a r n, an d b IJ. Bur f "saT U"i"on-Street.
ed to 17,d57 51 dollars. In the yuear 1'n93, to BRIDOE, 'ar request ed tonattle immediate payment (to .m a ta le of r-ealdiotrefs i C HARrf orb the artitioe of t he----of
.'26.011,788. An alonslin u increase in two years Mi. SA"Vs W.aI,, of Haverhill, Treafuer) of all a teacher,-repnpmme.ded to a fchool tron h f o., -anffitffnants'Ow due if tihey would prevent their fliars .thsn a coivi'lion of her inlteritB, or the iregulartv of het o h r l
S dcl ars.. A-ll .demon llai e of being fold ai Aultiun, By order of the Dire6tors, fort--ar onpdus-.is enticed omrher bgoverrir's and anompa- A Comic Opera, in 3 ACts, (price 9d.-)
creafing prosperityy, perhaps tunhout etamnple in a TIMOTHY OSGOOD, Prs Clerk. nies a young officer to America. Tbe marriage cermo.,y ti as perforTed at thae.Bo iat Theatte, is thts day publiifaed,v
I.e hIfiory ol agrioillure and commerce .r raverA/. 'untc tS/i, 174. notforgotten,"is potpond, and CHARL.orTT dies amnartyr and for fate, by Wiit LIAt BLAK, at tht Bulton .
The e'pers to France, in 17.3, amounted to .- 1 he ro prietors of the l-..c/ -Bo/ sothe inconftaicy.oyffeoero, a nd treachlery of her friend. Book-Asiore, No.5', Corahill, being No. i, of the Selc--
7,00.498dollar ,.To rea-Brilainto 8,43r,39 ton RDGE are hereby notified, to attend their Ana he tatinsretlels d affeg-the daaon atu. n Fare, Operas, &c -- Jane 7. -
uR, ariaDpanettare 1f
dollars. Ballance in favour of the latter one mil- Meeting,, at the Buych-of-Grapes, State-Stoeel, 0 he r1 d uP c. t h ,. ,A. t A yOUng e Man, WhO Cati be well
lion three hundred ad eig lly thousand even hiun. Tuesday of luly next, a..i I o'clock >. ct. lor the jpurpore of lt Ithe ab0ae. place ay .a d ., recomendcd, anas aswell acqinated .wilh trade, wifse tobe
dred and fo'r ..ne dGllar .examiningthle account of their Treature. for the laft year, .Car e's War AtlaS-Containing fiX concernewith an agreeable Par.er, in town, t theline of.
di ion-on n\aLs choosingg by ballot twelve Diredora, a T'reafurer nd ClerIk, Maps an one Chart, uc Auding everplace hi. Europe andthe Commifinihufingfs. A ingle .an wotldbe preferred. In.
r. n prsaer f h --b o* for the nheet year, arid trnfaaing any other' ufinefs which W ell.Indies, in which Te prtfent W.r has been carried oi quie *of tile Printer;it. -- faune as. "
Sne French privateers from Charleflon, S. C. n- ay then and t4ere come before them. By order of the Di- Price .. .. u akI b M1/1akeA-from a ihbp itr
e ad end n many prie-EnglilDutch and reor.,. oiP BILAE~ar. pro's. Cle k A Maof the StateC of Kentucky- Bolon, or from Col. CI..s hoife, fe;s mandl Buadtes, lied
,lanih. Tl;eAmericans who have been on board je ... r o-"t price iof up in a lilk latidkerehief. The owner nay havetnemi again
t-f cruiieis, have been arrefled, and arc in con- '-. ----. --- -- ap of th 'eneDffe Coxintry> with aI byproving property andpaying for this advertifemer Inuire
metnr. y I u inopncrietors ot .itresCf- A't'er. Book describing the fame. Pric- 6]. of the Printr. 4 .. Tune -a.
____ ,re rb' oirha their annl., MUeit. .11 be tare's Acco int of the fever inPhil'a- Hiu a esfcrer intforn the Publick.
The iOrripirimentu in anfeetr t.ho rinarki f TdatheSha Jul n, at fas rcac. dtphia, containing the a e' 1da os of ehohe perfots s*ho died. rtast he ride itaron K i ene, tlubton, onceaee
,llAatcon l1he sPLe, obtfervcs that per SA4 USL P's SON, fr.'s .t. Prie 3[ORa ichsed 6 b fisw owith dl aitfaFofsthrJanioru.uin. o mo eat wilt taC.
cc bu wab t ilLroUilh thae town, 1o witnefsa Charle'ln, l"an t. .. 0Accont of Algl_.rSWlth a. ..o.t.at lfluons-an rdewi tlheifot eft at Mr. ROt'e, Coin '
tliradel..i ,ale ir.Jalry ofthe Infpeflc.r ; to be (f*- T yo yoting Gentlemen may obtain country 'ic" ly 6. -taicnslt afhe Ute Charletown, will be duly attendedto,byeTh a public'ss Ruma ., -
Chaleoowt il bedt oenthtooilbboh'd;bca bn
f fied afan alteration in favor. cf the town is Board and I.oJdeing, in a reputable private tamiry,.byinuir- o the Orgn of the Rupture between ble fervantt, JOHN IIALCIl,. ,-
,nr .... .eo e.e. h s prcewillbe per week, paablemonthlty orweeky, as FL. LarKti has a/Jo t/t receive, s e iS. -"..' -- ,,
tu Ie InipeQor has long tfen tqfe incondenicnce l6;,td in a I,/ll family a capable of BOOKS of Engli(h, Irilheand Scotch editioas,which,with at V'efl-Hoflo, with a (arden, &e. adjoining-a gencioUs
pnd of y hMe nic,and a end. at n wll ommendd fom s t n d, e hi a complete a in wit e ve d id as r to e
lcd occrce t the abue lae. 1'nairc fthe ?rinwtt. tf.) June 7i; townVt alt avIih BWibl ll; Si th lc owitt aus. iuow n.

C|)e jFount.
OME .acred Poe'iy-! celeffial mail,
And fmnile benignanton my humble tell.
l'he S' a A caa courtsthee in a verdant glade ;
Befide the brook, or near the purling rill.
Upon the mountain'i bending, waving brow,
Adown whofe fide the curling riv'let flows
Or in the lawn, or by t'e w.tid'ring Po ;
Or where the roe with radiant ti:ifture glows.
Or where fo ecr aiy orice.t beauties rife
If thou, ir+'niottal fpirit, will delenid,
A..d al benignantq uit the ttsrry fiies;
To be my facial and tffefail friend.
Or if you'llf-.ied your fragrant fweets around,
Or on the buom of'the fidating air,
Convry ;hy all harmoniot s foothing found,
To wake my weary foul from torpid care.
Come facred PoasT Icclefial maid,
And let me r.b thee ao luxuriant power;
Before my v.-ilhfulfpirits have aedtca 'd;
Or lro:ly Time affail'd the up'ing flower.
Be fore the chill, coHlh'ani of tyrant death,
Or icy cavern of the gloomy grave,
IReceivcs my pallid limbs ,devoid of breath t .
Fionr which no power, but God himfelt Can far. -
.7ine ic, 1794. THE STRANGER.
}. I\'E
',i'riu r. under tit be J if ther e iNratee Alwerisa. PiAlofe-
pher aid Pairiot, Dr. FA AK~ a x r.
PF1ANK LIN 'th illustrious patriot and the fage,
The reverend glory, el a glurious age,
'Vho, from ti6 tyrant's hand the (ceptre hurl'd,
W9ith WA;t ) I n TO N give freedom to A w oAD,
Liv'd a u.tg lile, and cn.'y diedto ihow,
ftrennial virtue canniot bloom It/elow. L.
.r ------- .
At No. t, Spear's Wharf,
B-EF and PORK, of a superior qua-
!icy--Wihalt OIL, and Spermaceti CANDLLS.
une 14, 794. .. .........
Jofeph May,
Has for /ale, at No. 3, Long- lT harf,
N lW RIClE, Gun-Powder, Linifed
OIL, fuperfinre and fine FLOUR, in bbls. and half do.
TOBACCO, pilot BPEAR, ClEACKERS, and a good af.
(ortment of warranted ANCHORS. lu'ne 'I4.,

futTeceivcd, in the laft veffels from Biflol and Ldiv'rpool, and
to be fold,' by
Auftfin and Dana,
At their Store, No. 47, Cornhill, Bofleo
a Very general affortnmnt of
Amorngt which are the following Articles, .vix.
Shot, Pewter, Sickles, Knives and Forks,
Elonk-Tin, tin Plates, Saws, kiles, Anvils,
Aft Chelfea black'lead Tea- Vices, Shovels and Tongs,
Pots, Crucibica, Locks, Binges, Brads,
Clo0 k Faces, Tacks, Sad.-Irons,
Sheet Brafs, Cod and Mackrel Hooks,
Emery, Rotten-Stenne, Buckles and Buttons,
3Iandfome brafs Candletticks, Cod Lir.nes.
A complete affortment of Saddlery
Ware, &c.
A/fo-Very handfome Philadelphia
Stoves, Sides ar.d Backs for chimnies, warranted Scythes, per
dozen or single, Nails, all fizes, 6 by g, 7 by 9, and 8 by oi
bell Briftol Crown Glafs, Whalebone, by the quantity, &c.
June 1s. (iw6w)
In qfuarter-cafks, for fale, on the low-
tft term, bySAMUUHL IHASTINGS, next to Liberty.Pole,
Soith-end. N4. a. It will be delivered at any part uf the
town, gratis.
Alfo; nray be had, MALT, of a fupe-
tior quality. Jmunes 4.
Iantua- Maker,.
B EGS leave to inform' the Public, that
tL4 has taken a Room in Mr. Shubsel Bell's houfe,Wa-
ter.Street-Having received from London the newest Patterm
for Gowns and Fancy Dreffes, hopes to give" latisfaltion to
thofe who will pleafe to favour her with their commands.-
p.. +, An Apprentice is wanted. June 14.
I John Wilfcoi,
0alio,.r-zier, Salem-Strect, oppofae the
,RESpe~fully returns his thanks to the
Ladiksand (Gentlemen who have (ao very liberally en -
touraged hill-i the above line, fince his commencement, and
humbly folicits a continuance oftheir favourt.
In addition to the above bufinefs, he
has lately received a MACHINE, upon a ne and approved
plan, forth purpose of finishing to the greatest perfeLion,
Window.Curt;ins,.&c.&c. ti'l lk equally well as when new.
Thote Ladies and Gentlemen, Who will pleafe to favour him
with their commaudx, may defend on having any article in
his line donrto their fatisfadion andAloith puntuality.
June 14.
Lucy Richards,
TBEGS leave to inform her Friends and
Customers, that fhe has jufticceived from one'*fthe firft
illifcrs from Land en, .
An elegant affortment of MTLL-F
'M RY, whirt is now ready for fale, at her fhop, No. 47,
ifewbby.-Street. June 14.
Willi-am Lovett,
P.-mAerton's Hill, Boa/jn.
N.B. Miniature Likeneffes painted
in rr'l4H ir. lone 14.
Hulled BARLE T.
A QbranritTof'.,ullcd BARLEY, ve-
ry low, for cafI at STEPHEN'THAYER's t fhop, fign
of the Golden.llortar, Srthl,rnd Jt.nre 14.
ForrJ le,
FOUR capital toned PI N O-
FORTE S, by LowcnMA' and Baos RiP. Also,
Ship's Hearth's, and Stoves. Inquire at No. 24, Long.
Wharf. June 14.
Waniedt.o PURCHASE,.
IFTTEEN thoufand wt. COCOA.-
Inquire pt" No. u2,- Latrg- Wharf--Where may be had,
A- tew calks London-Market Madei-
rt Wine, chtap,.Sherrv and Milaga, R aifins, Indigo, Beef
r.nd Pork, Hemp, Duck, Bohea Tea, i imported in the Colum.-
fia, anm one new it-inch Cable,-t30 fathoms. Jame'14.
Freigbt Ifanted.
A Well built, and faft failing Veffel, of
an hundred tons and upwards, will ake a freight for
-''e North of Europe, if applicati on is mali in four days, at
StA, lo. 16, Long-Winarf i ,jn. 1;, 3tf.

Iohn Hafktns, jun..
Has for Sale, at No. 4, Woodward's Wharf,
SUPERFINE, Fine, Crols Brand and
NMiddlings Flour ; Ship Stuff; Rice ; Beef i Philadelphia
lion; Ship's Caboules, &c. A fo,
Imported by the lift vefjels from Ladwia! acd Amflerdaet,
A general flock Of Medicines; Dye-
Siuffs and patent Medkint s-.which will he lid on the low-
eft terms, for cahla or approved credit. *, An Apprentice
wanted, apply as above. une 7,
Jsf lrecrovid,dand for Sale,

At No. 52, State-ftreet,
A Quantity of mountain Malaga Wine,
of a foperior flavour, and a few cafks of Sherry Wine, of
an excellent quality. A/lo, too barrels of Tar. (zwaw)


MALAGA Wine, in quarter cafks, of
a superior quality, juft arrived, and for Sale, at
Store No, 45, State-fireet.
June 7. (6w)
F. W. Geyer and Son,,
*No. 13, Union-Street,
Havejuft received by the brig Pll/y, freostR ldjfi
A Few boxes of well aflfoted 3-4, 7-.8,
and yard-wide LINENS; MUJSLINS ania nmutlin
HANDKjERCHllE'S, which thcl will 1"ll on reafoable
teotas by the package only. ,t o,
A few groce of the beft glafs quart
BOTTLES. June y.
For faL-,
SFew caks of exccellent new RICE.
Inquire at No. I 5, State.Street. June 7.
Elna Hayt,
Has far Sile, oa Rowe's-Wharf.the following articles,foi Cath
UMBER hogfheads excellent Mo-
N1 laffC, for retailers ; hhds. of clayed Sugars, and bagi
of Cotton, entitled to the drawback on exporttion ; Brinmflone,
in fma'l barrels ; Ship-Bread ; aiquantity of Junk, almost equal
to new Rigging. All of which will be fold very cheap for
Calh. Jne 7.,
To be told,
THREE hundred barrels very excel-
lent BEEF, in prime order for shipping. Payment wil
Sbe made very eafy to the purchaser., inquire of the Printer.
June 7. ,,
Hor fale,
Oa board the brig Btffy, from "Oparia, lying oppofte No. 65,
ONS. J. ne 7.
CO-li ON--For iale,
SIXTY bales of the beft Cayenne
COTTON, in fhippung order, and fubjc& to the draw-
back. Inquireof
No. t, (corner) Butlei's.Rew. June 7.
RUSSIA and Raven's Duck, and: Ruf
R lfa Sheetings, of aw excellent quality, for Sale, at
No. 45, State-Street',
arch ,... .. .. (tw.tf.j
PAr fale,
At NO. 49, Long-Wharf,
BOHEA Tea, per cheft, 70 1-arrels
Beef, and a few staks Rice. (iw6wc) May :4.
Any perfon, having [.66 in cafh, un-
;appropriated, and is willing to lend it, for one or two years
aon indifputable security arid reasonable interest,, will very
,much oblige a frllow-citizen by the loan. Tnq.sire of the
'Printer. MAy 24
MILLINER, from Lowoorl,

BEGS leave to infoi m the public, and
her customers in general, that The has removed from her
Siop, No. i0, M arlharoqgh-flreet, to her Houfe, in Biur-
'"ell. Yard, opposite Meff'rs. Cu Tri t and A MO a v's Store,
where Ihe has for Sale, a variety faflaiioable AIILLENAR2Y.

Malden Brige,.
0:r The Proprictors of ealaden Bridge
are hereby notified, that their Annual Meeting will be hoid-
en atthe Hall of the United StatesBank, in Bioon,on Tuel.
4day, July i, precisely at iz.o'closk, l1. at which time and
place a punhsal atteadance is rcquetted.
Boftn, June 14. THOMAS KAST,. Pro's. Clk.
j- 1 he Proprietors of te Hc /1//t-loj-
r4 bRIDGE are hereby notified, to attend their Anneal
Meethig, at the Buach-of-Graprs, State.Street, oa the ift
Tuesday of u ly next, for the purpose of cximiinig the ac.
countS of their Treafurer, for the lau year, dcoofing by bal-
lot twelve Direoors, a Treafured Cler Clerk, for the next
year, and tranfating any other' ufinefs which may then and
there come before them. By erder of the tirecfor-h,
JOSEPH BLAKE, jun. Pro's. Clerk.
'nme 4, 794 .. (eptm)
Pifcataqua Bridge,
Ht HE Pire.ors ithe Pifcataqia EBridge, Proprietors,
Shave tIar day voted a Fourth Anff meint of Fifte:n
Dollars on each and every Propi victor's fharen, and dirct
ed the Treafurer to collat6 thie fame wit t thirty j ays
froi tihe dale,.
The 'Proprictors aiec therefore rc cfted to pn to hy tlI
fain to thle Treafurer, at Ilis hourf, in Portfmronth, ion 01
before the i4th day oasjmy next-as the aufinefs is exe.
cutirg, with all pofflble difpatcl, the Managers have
,a great andl eunfta1t demand for money to execute fuchi
ai undcrtakirig to advantage ; it is therrefit Cctluped
tlhtb the gentlemen concerned will be induced to antici-
pate the time of payment, wherever it may he tolerably
convenient. THIOMAS ARTIN, Treafurer.
,'rufmoiuth, .'fmne 14, s 1794

T' HE Proprietors of Ejkex Afcrriniakc
A Bridge, are hereby notified anJ wainedl to affemble,
and meet at the Court.Houfe, in Ncwbury.Port, in the coun-
ty of Effex, on Wednefday the twerity-fiftih day of Tune cur-
rent, at three of the clock in the afternoon. It being the ftla.
ted annual meeting of the faid Proprictors, for the purpofe ol
clioofing a Clerk, treftors, and Trcafurer,and for tranfaiding
fuchl other bufinels as may then, and there lawfully come be-
fore them. y order of the Dirtnars,
SAMUEL CUTLER, Proprictr'a Chlrk.
Newscuty-ort, a. fude z, 1794.
Valuable New PUrL ICro-no/OAlb.
uftl published, illuftrated with Maps, price 6f. and for fale
- By Thonlas and Arldrews,
Fauft's Statue No. 4.5, Newbury-Street, Boton,
-ing n Airidgemet of the merica Vt Unh',,rfal G'oera-
py. Containing, Aftronomical Geography ; Dercovery and
General Dcfcription of America General View of the U-
nited States ; Particular Accounts of the united States of A-
merica, and of all the Kingdoms, Siates and Re'publicks in
the known World, in regard to their Boundaries, Extent,
Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Produions, Popuhatioo, Charac-
ter, Government, Trade, Manutfacures, Curiofities, Hifory
&c. To which is added, an improved Chronological Table,
of Remarkable Events, from the creation to the pr:fent time.
I/tjflratcd o 'ith Mlapi oL/tae Countries defcribce.
CIlctlated particularity for the Ufe and Improvement of
Schoals and Academies in the Ui aed States of America.
Fourth Edition, Lorresed and greatly enlarged.
A/,f jipff publif.bed, price Sift, andmaway e baris aba e,
A new and truly useful work, entitled,
MAN ; Or, The AsRaaCAN CI. eRZ'S MA'aAZINe.-
Containing the moft ufeful and neccfTary Forms of Writings,
which oomm~only occur between man and man, under tbh
names of
Acquittances, Deeds, Mortgages, E
Agreements, Fceffments," Note,,
Affignments, Fine and Recovery, i Peas,
Awards, Gifts and Graits, ',ccsipri-
Bargainj. Indentures, Re-leates,
Bills of Sale, Lefacs, Sales,
Bonds, Leafe and Re- Sntnrenders,
Conditions, leaf, Wills,
Conveyances, Letters of At- Writs and De-
Covenant., torney, c'aratioosa,&c.
And other Inntruments.
The whole of which are calculated for the ufe of the citi
tileBs of the United States, and conformable to Law.
.1tlbd of the "L"ut O fcer and Pr..bate Auxilliasy.
Alfo; may be had as above, price 9?.
in the Rev. Dr. HorKINS' SYSTxIN f DOCT R I N a a, in a
Letter to a Friend, from SA 1uX. LANG r o0N, D. D.

N. B. Mrs. SPEAR, returns her fincere TA j,,eflpubhid,,price .
thanks, for the encouragement the has already met with- and The Hiflory of the County of \WoT-
hopes by her affiduity, and attention, to merit a continuance.
Clear Starching doe in the neateft -ller a te Commonwealth of Mafachufetts, with pati-
manner. t4AnAprc e is wanted. 11ayas.cular Account of every Town, from its tierftettlement to the
' manner. *,.* An Apprentice is wanted(. fay at. (cot.) present time including its Ecclefiaflical State, together with
Lumber. a Geographical Defcription of the fame. To whicl is pre-
A on ant fupply of faoned Cear fixed a MA e of ce County at large.
S Content r of fearoned clear B" TE P ETER WHITNEY, A.M.
BOARDS, maybe ad of BENJAMIN GODDARD, finEle 'ofthe GofpeI in No Y, o ought h.fid ouny.
O.-angr-.Street, Southend). who will fell, and contract to .
deliver fronmMachiasthreehundredthoufand feet nr.-chantable Alfo, juft pubhflfed, price 3f9,
BOAnRDS, arthe hortleftnotie. (t My The STU rNr and PASTOR, of Direc-
] R iENCH BR fiN 2. tioas how to attain Emincrnce and Utfefulnefs inthofe refpcc-
FRENCH BRANDY,.' t excellent quali- tiveChara6ers. /y, JOHN MASON, A. M.
Stand flavour, of Fa, 2 d, aud 3d proof, fr bale, W Subfcribers for Dr B13ELKNAP'S
'At No- 1 Greene's W harf. AMERICAN BIOGR4PHY, are informed, that their
.- 1 z, Grewees W harfl. Books are ready for delivery, and they will oblige the Pub.
Where, ff, y be ad, lees bycalling for them. Afew copies-are for fate to non-
An:affortment of French Dry Goods, fubf r. bers.
as ufual, among which arc-Navy.blut and black fupetfine The United States R'gi/tei, for I 794; a
Broadclaths, a few piees. of mei's Satin, of a good quality, very useful and neceffary work,may'be had as above, price 3/.
Milinery and Perfuamery, 6byl; and 7yb9 WiLdwv-Glals. t Perfons holding Subfcriptlon-
etc ... Papers for Judge Sullivan's HIST(ORY ot the Diltriii of
7his Day Pujkfled, price 6f/ Maie, and' HTCHrcansoN's Hiftory of M.fac/huIttra,
And Sold by B. LARcKIn, 1. WHiTr, TfOMAs and A;. are requefled to return them immediately. I My 3t.
na xws, D. WaT, E. LAN aItN, W. P I:L.AI, and A frefh A flortment of GOuDSI ,
J. WaiT, at their refpedive Bookftorcs. Received by the (hip Saily, from BRISTOL, and ready for
T HE i2dVol. of Dr. MOORE'S Journal SALE, by
in,rrance.-The character of Dr. Moon is fo well fa'' TOWn end,
known, that it is unneceffary to lay any thing in favour of aa wi11 1,
,the work.-At the fame places may be had, the'tfirft vol.o, Ao 27, Carnhill,
both vols. neatly bound, at of6 .un/ 14. WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
tor SALE, very cheap for (.cf, A N affortment of Stationary, and ja-
A Few boxes o beft JLodon CROWN panned Ware ; large ; large and fmall elegant Trays, Ink-
Few boxes of belt Loidon CROVWIN f(ands, Tea.pots, Coffee-pots, Jugs, Mugs, Cannifters, Lamps,
GLASS, 1s inches by IS. Inquire of the Printer. Candlefticks, Knife-trays and Bafkets, Spice .boxes, and Li-
fune' 4 .1 dies drefCing do. Letter-racks, and Toaftdo. Bottle-tlands,
TJo0 e Let, Powder-flafks and bioes'; and a variety 6f Tea-caddies ; a
A IOP, with ya Cellar under the large affortment of jewellery, plated and common Ptckles,
A SiH P, wit a; CellaT under thee (Old Pins, Lockets, Ear-Rings, Seal., Keys. and common
fame, near t.e market. Ihquire of the Printer. do. Cold, Silver, and Pinchbeck Watches, and common do;
Tunet'. .4 i An elegant affortment of Ladies' gilt Watch-Chaisn, 'arid
lo be fold,- Mcns'do. Strings, Seals, Keys, and Trinkets,'Watch-Glaf.
A piece of LAND, with the privilege fes, Springs and Buttons, Bows and Peidants. Minute and
SI rr ege Hur Hands, Chains and Hooks, Main.Spriaigs, Watch.
to a pump, &c. situated in Charleftown, leading from he Faces, Childens' Watches, and a variety of ancy Gods.
square in the lane to the Lsng.Wharf. Inrquire of the Prin- atC s bought, fold, or excha
ter. Tne 14. Watches bought, fold, or exchanged
\for new ; and' the Watch-Maker's Bufiners carried on as
SI/'NATELD), ,riual. 7,nr i,.n
A neat TENEMFNT, for a fall' "'HE Co-partnerfnip of SAMUI-L
family, or part of a HIoufe, corfi fting of a parlour. two chain- WARD and COMPANY, is, by mutual coEnfrn,dif-
beri, and with a privilege in the kitchen-for which a gene. folved, and all pelrns indebted to, or having atny definands a-
rous rent will be given. Inquire of the Printer.. Tune 14. gainfl faid Coi-any, are defired rimidiately to apply to
Wants Emp!oy, in'a fhop or fforc Of the Subfrcriber, at Providence, for adjustment.
English Goods, a LAD, who is well acquainted with the bu- Providence, May 9. (6wip) JOHN WARD.
inefs,and canr bring indifputablc recommendations. Inquire A LL perfons itidebted to' te Sibfcri-
of the Printer. June q4.. A ber, are requefted to make immediate payment-
A young WOMAN of good character and thofe who have any demands, to exhibit them for
wan ta a place in a genteel family, either in town'or country. fettlecnrent. The removal in a florr time, tno the I-af-
to do fewieg and aflil in othcr'matters, Inquirs ofthePrint- ward, urges t lis nieafuC'.: JOSIAH HUSSEY.
:ter. Jne r4. lfanover, J'S, 7, 1794.

THE new brig flfoi:, JoC j
j ATHA-rNI MIar 11, mafler, now lay-
*lS ~ingti atii H.ancock's Wharf-has excellent
1] accormmodations for pafengers-wil
-1., fail inr all this month. For freight il
tv B a .,pal.age.apply to the Mailer on board,
or at Wn. and THO'SWAL) Li's florc, Town-Dock.
Where isforftalc,
A few bags of Savannah Cotton, of a
very fine quality, and on very low terms. ;f.rur 1IS.
A NY person wanting a-
K good single decked BRIG,
of about zoo tons burthen, on Char-
ter, may know the terms by apply-
i inv to the Printer. June 18.
Io be jold,
THE brig SILVINA---,
burthen ibout one hundred and fixty
tons-now lying at Hancock's Wharf.-
May be put tor ea at a fmall expenfe.
SFor terms of fale apply to the Mafter on
board. Re .
For J'ale-
ife ^ ." done SCHOONER, with top-fails,
calcul.;ted for foreign voyages, or ccating.
The tetras ot payment made catN. Apply
Whll, r to A'aam ~i )ey, No. 4, Grce.ha's
lE BWharf-Who has for fale,
A Cargo of CORN and STAVES,
jullft arrived in the fchoner Li.'tif.Tohn.
Likewife, Flour, Pork, Beef, W 1.
Rum, Sugar, Cotton, Turks.-fiand and St. Martins Salt,
ifti, Hops, China, and an aflbrtment of Linens.
A quantity of Ship Bread in good or-
der. ane 1
THE fifft-failing fchooner
FRIENDSHIP,1lying at Gouldlbury's
Wh-rf, \' orth-end, burthen about 70 tons,
may be fent to fea with li:ttexpor:ce-term
u s of payment eafy. Inquire of the Printer.

bUGDEN'S Original .Baailic Liquid

THIS B!acking is not recommended
S for its high polith, but for its nutritious quality. It is'
the greater nourifier of leather of any thing ever yet offered
the public. It is tenacity as a prefer/er, is of fuel a bialfamtc
nature, that a conftant of it, will make boots and fhoes as
fuple as a glove., It is well adapted for perfons who travel
Much, as it will in a very great degree, repel a fmnart and long
fall of rain. 't has alto a peculiar quality of preferring lea-
ther, perfe&, as when new, for time %without end, and is ce-
ver liable to lully the hands or ftocKings, which is a com-
mon cafe ifi moll of the Blacking, that has hitherto been
held ouiA, to the puiliic ; it alfoi ill keep in its perfe fltate
for any length of time, and in any climate. Sold in pint
flAks, and bottles, fcaled, wholesale and retail, by JoH N
E v t NC, Marlboro'-Stret, anI ofHo'L(OrK and SoRZN,'
Market-Square, and no whereelfe in Beflon.
N. a- An allowance toCaptainsof lfips and country tra.
* dere, who take a quantity.
Alfo, may be had at the above Stores,
SUODaiN'S B&I LIN Tus LIr(uin Bi.u-va-wtih direc-
tions for bluing Silk Stocking and White Dreffls.
Ma'y 14.
Uni'erfity in Camibridge.
' CANDI DATES for their Second De-
gree, at the next Commencement, are notified, that i
;i rexpestd they will givc theirr attendance zA tile lniverfity
by the 9th of juy rav.d it any hi o fio nTaltend,by that time,
they will not receive their degree this year, tniefs they give
Sufficient reasons for their absence.
Thofe who defire admi0ion into the
University, this year, are alfo notified, that the Pielident ani
Tutors will attend the bufinefs of examination on Friday ana
Saturday, the t3th and t9th of july :-And no one will be
admitted ltoan examination, unlefs his'Paceptor, or fo'.e u-
ther proper perfon, certify the Prefident and Titors, '" that
he has a good moral charaiter"-the law of adniflion icquir-
ing fuch a character, in each Candidate.
May 24. 1704. jOSEPH WVILLARD, Pef1/,reint.
Auitonleer end Co9rmmij n M rla .nt,
H-AS opened a Vendue-Room, at Nn.
28a, Wall-Street, New-Yok, between the Tontire Cif-
fee-Houfe and Steva-d ard /.7ns' fore. Hle l.a.aaY ,-a-
vided himself with a' large Store, on l Vrny's Whar', t.
Eaft-fide of Coffee-Houte Slip, where (;nods may be forrc
and rtliipped, as occasion may require, without thie cxDence
of cartage ; his Stand is inferior to none in this city for the
difpofa lofproperty, either af'pub!ic or private fa!e, and hi.
accommodations are equal to airy for the purpose of doing I,:.
finefs upon economical principles-He proposes to tranfad
every fpeciesof Bufinefs appertaining to Aucicneers and Com-
miffion Merchants. He refpe(lally offers his service to the
public in the line of his, proteffron, it which capacity ce-
ry exertion will be made to give fatisfadioin and wt fecure the
approbation of his employers.
N. B. Cafh, to a large amount wil! be
advanced on Goods depofited with him, for fale, if required.
New-York, April, 1794 (iwiciw)
THE Partncrthip of PLIRCE and
RUGGLES, is by mutual content, this day dillalved.-
Thofe peifons to whom faid Company 2re iiadbted are re-
-quelted to call and receive their dues ; and thlle who are is
arrears to call and dilch-rge them.
Roxheury, May 14, 174. ,
t < P 7"1i :.'11
A fecond-hand SULKEY. Inqcuir
of tle Printer, ( r I e 7.

A perfon who has given proofs of his
capacity at an accountant, to fome of the mof- refpe&dabli
gentlemen inthis Commonwealth, wiflies employ in that
line ; arid can produce latisfai6try tefiimoniev of his chara-.
.tr and ability.-Ihe adds that his knowledge of Euiruar-
manufa/tures, and Wef.-india productions in general is futh
as to make him an uffllt Affiftint, to any person wiho may
wiflh to give him a trial. Inquire of the Printer;
June 7, 791..
S- Genteel accommodation for two
or three Gentlemen, in a ronvefhient and agreeable situation,
hi Marl: orougli-ftreet, where not more than four r cr fi.e
boarders are t.ken The terms will be reasonable. For par-
ticulars inquire of the Printer. June 7.
A person acquainted with account,
w rites a gourd hanil, iidl can be recornmninud, el vfes-
employ it, a Store, Counting Houfe, or Public Office, ol,
moderate terms. A, ply to thli Printer.
g. B. Would take charge of a Sihol:in the conntrv,
hri" hbronirlit jin that line. 7n-;, 7.-
A fleady, c pable young v MAN
who is well acquainted with Cooking and other kitchen af
fairs, in peneral,is watte'd. Apply to the Printer. ure -
'Wanted in a fhiall family, a VWomar,
acquainted with all kinds of ITaute-wcrk-none need api.
'inlefs they can bring good recommendation, June 7.
'3"f The price ofthis paper is 'wo Dallars and titrw
f 'mr' Cents Per ,nsnm, exclufMre of potage ; and one fit
teeth of a Dilar tingle.
JUNE. :fr.&.f Mr& f H.W I marks.
ti Saturday, 14 t6 8 | o- 1 6 6 16
"-a Sund a. 4 26 i c 491 7 9
23 Monday, [ 4 J6 o8 x r I o I tSr. John, bab
24 ThIefday, 4 a6 2I y i ; j s C. Var:

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