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... protperity, the rntclleflual, moral, and religious improvement of his dependants, yf bit NeigUmrt, and of his countrymen.* Speaking of a trader’s gain, fairs, The nstural tendency of moderate profits, is to render all articles (and ftireK- bread) more eafily ...

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... Captain hoard, the Queen's Dock. For freight Vv. LEES. For U I V and CITY of WASHINGTON, . icrican Ship UNITF.D SIAFES, Jo ah M. Speak f, Matter, Burthen 2!!0 tons, remarkable fine faft falling vcfTel, Philadelphia built of live oak and cedar, the only conttant ...

DIED

... copper S. Taylor, 5 calks horn lips Crop-* per, Benfon and co. hhds bark ferons ind'g>, T. M’Call The United States, J. M.Speake, from. Alexandria, with 4. bis fdver dull cow horns bl S liaif do broad hand- . (pikes 20 bales cotton 2 deer (kins tees flax ...

>»• BSK 2>Ar. •»iaMc » »torW2i her yi*r The morniuic, »•«» with ringing bell), and the cuftunuiry, w��» ■“ ,

... rendering particwlar unfavorable lituations as healthy poflilde, are given an eminent Pbyfician, a Treatifc on the Scarlet ever. Speaking of draining and clearing marflies I and woods, lie proceeds— . *• primary modes of prcvctitiofi confiit* in clearing away ...

JOSEPH D. WEBB, KRMS his Friend* and the Public, that be can fupply n with the following articies, the Srft

... the perch, bcio); about 3fl6AerNlbtnte mea- The it very cuaditioo, having been lately f* >»to that Bate the owner, Grace, at Speake Hall, will fliew the Kftate, and may be had application to Mr. Leixh, in Baf•®-fireet, LivcrpooL htfeat definHM of bitting ...

3tk July, 1805

... pan of the demeene of Speake, conftftinr of 173 Acrta, of the large mcafure >ynb to the perch, about 3(JB Acrea flatnte meai The land ia in rrry high coodiboa, haring bees lately «a> that Kate by the owner. Rut Grace, at Speake Hall, eHD 'flicek the Zftatc ...

AGNES GURNELXa,

... ; paper ink. *v. condition, having hee& latt-^- r* - No. 30. and 306., , • - the owner. „ . Do. Yard-wide, .tk? Grace, at Speake Hall, will (hew tjie Eftate* and marked Hugh Graham* a * l,pl * '' J' the linen for Fit, ;ward. ...

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... crofs-llrcet, or Mr. Poller, Newington. TO BE LET TICKET. For a Term of Seven Years,. A Very commodious FARM, part the A*. Speake, confiding of 17S acres, of the large 8 yards the perch, being about 3GC acres datin'■ lure. The land is in very high condition ...

Auction, S«ne time r bjr Public AUCTinw * y * I'iii.iKM XX Lands o f. Eh 15 acres, and eiteuding

... premifea, crofs-ltrect, or Mr. Pofter, Newington. LEI XIV 11CKEJ. For a Term of Seven Ytais. AVery commodious FARM, part of the Speake, confiding of 173 acres, of the 1 yards to the perch, being about SC6 sere furc. Tlie land very high condition, put into that ...

Xi\)ctpoolj?oliembct 21, isos

... Cleopatra, Brew, from hence for Congo off Cape Palmas. • The General Hamilton, Scovill, from hence at New York The United States, Speake, from hence at Alexandria. The Merchant, , from hence at Bofton. The Julius CsCtr, Hall, from hence at Charltfton. The Hope ...

Advertisements & Notices

... AU that art can do is to re- move obstacles, aid to. puttheperts in- such a'condition asis most favourable to nature ?? speaking of Children,. he adds,' what may'be applied to' swaddling 'heets. Nature knows of no use of clothes 60.an infant, but to ...