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Austin, Moses, 1761-1821. The Virginia Gazette and General Advertiser - Page 1. August 31, 1791. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/earlytex/item/294/show/290.

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Transcript The VIRGINIA GAZETTE, ^d GENERAL ADVERTISER (Vol. VI.] RICHMdND: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST SCHEME r OFA i Y, For railing the further fum of Two Hundred and Thirteen Pounds Twelve SbJJlJPgVJn part of Four Thoufand Pounds ; purfuant to an aft of the AiTcmbly, for enlarging the buildings of the Frederick (burg Academy. Being the fourth Dollar Lottery* 1 Prize of 1000 Dollars is 1 £00 1 2C.O 2 i:o 4 50 8 30 jo 20 20 20 268 6 1 laft drawn 400 1000 5oo 2cO 2CO 200 243 200 200 l6o 3 A, ■- •' 1049 Blanks. 130*5 Tickets at 4 Dollars 474* Sum raifed 712 5460 No deduQion from the prizes.—This Lottery will be drawn on the 29th dav of September next, being; the firft dav ©f the Diftrift Court at Frede- ricMburg, if a fuvheient number of tickets fhall then be fold/ if not, fo Icon alter as a fuGeient number can be fold. Tickets maybe had of the following gentlemen (the Truftees being jointly and feverally bound to the true performance of the trufl repofed in the managers} viz: James Mercer, Mann Page, William Fitzhugh, George Weedon, Thomas Fitzhugh, John Minor, Robert Brooke, Charles Mortimer, and Robert Patton, Efquir-es, Truftees; and alfo of Benjamin Day, George French, Thomas Garnetr, Fontaine Maury, Charles Urquhart, Stephen La- fcpfte, William Glaffel!, Robert B. Chew, William Lovell, John Legg, John Proud fit, Jonathan Ha'iis, ami French Grav, Flars affiftincr managers. JAMES MERCER, Prefident. Frederickfl)urs, June 1791. P. S. Benjamin Harrifcn and John MaTihall, Efqrs are fo obliging as to take the trouble of dii- pofi.ng of fome Tickets in the above Lottery. yantes Ternan, Has juft imported by the William, from London, MEDICINES Of all kinds, the frefheft and heft quality, WHICH he continues to fell at his Medicine Store, oppofite jfyrd's •^KffnTtUf, ohWWk?f^" i rig" t d"CoWlWyw*s bridge. Having purchafed his Medicine Osgood terms, he is enabled to difpofe of them very law for cam. He fincerely thanks his friends, and the public in general, for pall favor?, and will make it his iludy to merit their approbation, by importing genuine Medicine from time to time. Richmond, May 17, 1791. , " T~Q BE LE T, lo the low eft bidder, en the ift Saturday cf Oclohcr next, at Poivhatan courthoufe, THE BUILDING OF A BRICK PRISON, two ftories high j the infide of the lower ftoryto be lined with timber three inches thick, and well fe- cured with irons in every vulnerable part; thepar- ticular f.zs of the building wiH be made knovn on that day by the Commifiioners 5 about one hundred pounds of the money is in hand, and will be paid as foon as the work is begun, and the remainder will be paid as foon as the work is compleated, and received by the Commiftioners. It is expected that the undertaker will enter imo bond and fccuiity for the faithful and accurate performance of the woik to the Commimoners. On the fame day the timbers and irons ofthe old prifofl will be expofed to public fale, from the purchafe of which, the undertakers may derive great.advantages. ED. LOGWOOD, "| V. MARKHAM, [ £ W. BENTLEY, Vs JOHN MACON, I £ WILLIAM MOSELEY, J l Auguft 13» 1791- til!) JUST PUBLISHED, And'to be fold by ANDREW BROWN, I \ i the principal boo.kjellers in the cm a£ \ WAKING 1 ON Philadelphia, price one (hilar and t'hrTe quarters, the A W • S OF THE ed States O F - ERICA: 31* 1791- AUMJ :6c.1 t£r The Partnership of L Unit M A Collated with, and corrected by the origin; the office of the Secretary of State, agi 1 rolls 1114 ^reeably to a refolveof Congrefs, paffed the 18th February one thouTand feven hundred and ninetv-one. With a C ,Q U< At a Court continued and held for Gioutefter county, at their feffisn-*k+^::~-\ day of Auguft, 1791. — Tho. Bay top Roy lion, Compk. ^ againit ( In Chancery. John Royfton, Matthew Ander- f fon, and Wil, Boothe, Defts. ) The Defendant John Royfton not bavin? entered his appearance according to the act of Affembly and the rules of this Court, and it appearing to the fttU£a#ion of the Court} that be is not an inhabitant of this ftate—On the motion of the complainant by Benjamin Dabney his Counfel, It is crdeied that unlefs the faid defendant do appear here at the next November femon Court to be held for this county, and wnfwer the bill of the complainant, a decree will then be entered againft him agreear.'.e to the prayer thereof. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order be forthwith infcrted in the Virginia gazette, for two months fuc- ceflively, and publifhed at the front door ot the courthoufe of faid county. (A Copy) Tcfte, CHRISTOPHER PRYOR, D.cts.e. V|* All Per fans indebted to the Printer hereof, will infinitely oblige him h making immediate payment. CompriMng the FederJ the Three Semens of the Fit ft: Congrefs,, and Tieaties. To which is added, A NAP P E N D I X, Containing the Declaration of InJependence, arid fundry Acti of Congrefs, under the Confederation. This edition of the laws of the United States is nlfo to be fold by Meffrs. Thomas and Andrew;, Bolton; John Carter, Efq. Providence, Rhode-] £• land j Mdlis. Hudfon and Goodwin, Hartford: Mr. Robert Hodge, New-York 5 Mr. Ifaac Col'- lias, Trenton j Meffrs. Goddard and Anjgeil, Bil- timore; Augufune Davis* Efq. Richmond 5 and Mr. XV. P. Y.rung, Charjelton, South-Cajolina.. (T^3 Ti»e Printers of News-papers in the United S^tes are requefted to infert this advertiftment. (^ The Virginia Jockey CLUB RACE S, will commence at the Bowling^Gieen on the fecond Tuefday in October next, to continue three days; and as a confiderable number ofthe beft HORSES in the ftate are preparing fur them, there is no doubt but they will afford good fport. JOHN HOOMES, Sec'ry. Bowl in g-Green, 1 Aug. 19, 1791. J N. JB. Gentlemen makingsp-piica;ion (previous to the races) may engage rooms for themfelves and their families in a private houfe that will be referved (ot the particular pitrpole of jLccommodating the la- dics. GIDEON BOSHKR. Aaron Dennis^ COMMANDER of one of the fchooners that picked up the fecond mate with the hands belonging to the fhip Swan 1 on the firft murrrti,-TireTron"a Voyage to i^nfTSdclfmU, ietu the 13th to the wreck of faid fhip with one Smith, the abovementioned fecond mate, and collected iboae tobacco from o»T the wreck, about one third of which was damaged, alio a parcel of ropes and bacdtle blocks. Care has been taken of the tobacco, &c. and will be delivered to any perfon authorized to receive, after making the cuftomary allowance of falvage. (f) York county, Aug. 17, 1791. The Partnership of PEYTON & PRICE, will expire on the 17th of September, by the death of one of ihe partners—we (ball therefore proceed to f^l the GOODS on hand at the ftore in the faid town on the 20th of September next, together with the other property belonging to the copartnerfhip, co filling of one improved lot in faid town, one other con.t ining 26 acrs of land, and a well con- flrutted ftorehoufe thereon, about j miles above the own, known by the name of Bachelors Hill. Tne fale will begin in town, and continue from day to day until all are fold. Three months credit will be allowed the pu;chafers on all fums over ten pounds, on giv.ng bond with two approved fecurities living within ten miles of this place ; the bonds to bear intereft from the date if not punctually paid. AU perfons having any juft claims againft the faid com* pany, are requeftcd to bring them in as fpeedHv as pofiible; all thofe indebted, are requeued to fettle by bond or pavment by the fir. of December next, in order that final fettiemems may be made by the partners furviving. JOHN PEYTON. WILLIAM PklCE. N.'B. The ftore will ftiil be continued with so entire new affcrtment, by thf furviviug partners, under a new firm, which wilt be announced to the public. J. P. AND K E E N E EXPIRING the firft day of September next, £_^ they requeft all perfons having demands againft hem, fo render in their accounts, that they- may te adjnfttd and paid ; and fuch who are indebted to aid Copartnerfhip, are alfo requefted to fettle the ame. They beg leave to inform tlie hlie, that their large and valuable Stock on hand, h Richmond and Peterfhurg (great part of which S been imported this fpring)^ will be folj at re- cerj prices till about the 1 whi tnriuDiu thout referve, at a credit o fix months, for all purcba dsj and 5 j>er cent, allowed tor p nt: Timely notice will be given of the day the v le commences. Security'will be required for ajl jfcoods fold on credit, which fecurity iriaft refide in % Schmond, Peter (burg, or Manchefter. The (lores ill afterwa«js be opened with an entire new atlort- ent of Goods, under a new firm, which will be nnounced to the public. Richmond, May 24, 179*. United States kban-Office RICHMOND, August ,, ,„,. THE holders Of Federal and S^t» Secui,tllts, are hereby n.tifv,: that in ni-nr a nee of the A6t Maki,,* Jr- Umted Stan;:, pa.Tecl the iC< '?■'& fubferiptions to r>^ 1, * r , *? ' ?°> ^-e FOR ssii~ir~ ,:TF :ne hundred l K. SMYTH, At His Exchange-Office, \s ufual is ready to Purchafe or Exchance for Ca(h, Iptate and Continenlal Certificates; Intereft, Aggregate Fund, and Pro virion Warrants; Paper Money, Indents, And the different Stocks ; Military and Treafury Land Warrants ; James-river Shares and Claims. He is always prepared with the Commuta- bles receivable for the different years in arrearages for taxes. He has for Sale, feveral valuable LOTS and HOUSES in town; A quantity of LANDS, Military and Pre-emption Rights, in the Weftern Country. )LTING-CLOTHS. Alfo—that valuable •RACT of LAND called MOCOX j ISLAND, near the mouth of Chickahominy, I one mile from James river, and within ten of I Williamfourg j which he wili fell low for Chfti j or Bonds. Richmond, June 28, 1791. GEORGE GRAY~ ►ppofite to the Poft Office, pnd next door to MefT. William & George Richardfon, Silverfmiths, Continues to BUY and SELL, Final Settlements, Military Certificates, NORET B.C. A R O L I N A Military Certificates, Indents, AND OTHER Public Securities. IchmcmA^ Juh 1?,, 17-71. igofMEN, Women &" Children. will commence on the ftxth day-ot prober next, at my Mills ou A^a- mattox river in Cumberland county, sfid continue until all are fold. Bond's payable on ine ift of Jaru^ry 1793, wiih indubitable ftcoiTty, and to carry mterelt from their dates if hot Durcluaily paid, will he required.—Six per cent, difccur.t will be al- lowed fo 1 ready money. HENRY 5KIPWITH. Ausrnft 18, 17c:. fcff* The Co P A R T N A R v of RO - BERT LINDSAY, & Co. will diffolve on the 15th inft. (Auguft}. All thofe indebted to the faid company are requefted to come and fettle their re- fpeelive accounts—thofe whp have any demands againft the company are delired to call on Reub.n Lindfay, one of the partners, who has the fole management cf the bufinefs. ROBERT LINDSAY. REUBEN LI^D-AY. Albemarlecounty, 12th of Aug. :tounty, 1 mm petitioiiiiig J propoie x 1 —r next General A(fembly, to yeft certain lands whereof I am ieized, (under the v/i!l of James Garnett, dec.) in Truftees to be fold, and the money laid out in the purchafe of other lands, fubjeit to the fame limitations, (3|!) HENRY GARNETT. Eftex county, Jnly 1, I79I. Notice is hereby given, that a PETITION will be preiented to the next General Aftembly, for altering the Quarterly Court days in the county of Weftmoreland, which are now holden on the'hft Tuefdays in the months of M^rch, Miy, Auguft, and November, to the laft Tutfdays in the months of February, May, July, and Oao- ber in euch year. (t3 Pel.) All perfons having any demands againft the eftateof ROBERT bYDNOR, deceafed, late of the county o£ Hanover, are requefted to make them known to me in Richmond immediately, as I am about to clofc the bufinefs of that eftate. ROSERT SYDNOR, lifting Ex'or. Rtcbmond, Auguft io, 179U (4') M'E N y S A D D L E R, ^EGS leave to inform his cuf- lomerf, and the public in general, that he has an elegant affortment of SADDLERY, TUITION. Would engage as Tutor to a refpe£table family in town or country, a young man, who fince his arrival from Europe, has tau°ht in a public Ac«demy in this ftate. He proleffes teaching Latin and Greek, Englifh grammatically, Writing, Arithm&iic, and Book-Keeping. H,S reccrAmendition as to character and abilities, he trufts'; is unexceptionable. He would take charge of fifteert Fi^prts m r.*w or all oi tl^nrbuve fciences ft'rtrftr jiiititT to tbeyartres'. """ A bne direded to Mr. A. Davis, printer hereof, (within the fpace of one month) will be dutduily regarded. Richmond, Auguft 9, 1791. WA N T E D, A MILLER, regularly bred 10 a manufacturing mill, well acquainted with the ma- ' nagement of burr ftones, and who is capable of conducting a diftillery to advantage.— None need ap. ply but iuch as bring the moft unequivocal uroofsof their diligence, febriety, awd (kill in the above branches of bufine's.—■ Handfome v,-ages will be given to a man of his deiciiption by the fublcriber^ living on Appomattox river in Cumberland county. HENRY SRIPWITH. June 2/^th, iygb. BOOT & SHOE-MAKER, From LONDON, at the Sign of the GREAT BOOT, On the backjreet, near SEATON's Tavern, RICHMOND; /CONSCIOUS of the many fa- \^J vors conferred on him ftnee his commencement in bufinefs, returns his fnicere thanks to h?S friends and the public in gcneol, refpecffully in- forms them it ftiail be his conflant ftudy to merit a continuance of their tavors, by an unremitted attention to bufinefs, being conftantly fupplied with the beft leather that can be imported, which he en^aaes to manufacture 1 fell cv^^c.'s^'ac.vf^tYals, br'nis tiiof) on the" ftreet.—-He will be conftantly fuoplied with lebeft of Northern leather, and every other ma.trial f)his line of bufinefs. N. B. As it has been his con- ft; L-t fludy to give general fatisfa&ion, he hopes to "' in the patronage ofthe public. bun try Saddlers may be fupplied ith any materials in their line of buflnels. Richmond, June to, 1791. Lfi'Ui'in, 1 „„, ..1 ti&. JOURNEYMEN wanted. MAY 24, I79*. Lands for Sale. On the 17tli day ot September, (being Monday) at the courthoufe, in the town of Charlottefviile, will be fold to the higbeft bidder, by virtue of a fcheduie of the eftate rendered by Lewis Webb, of the county of New- SKent, in difcharge of fundry executions, 2,175 Acres of Land, lying in the county of Albemarle, which ygg for- nmrly the property of Fofter Webb, of the faid county of New-Kent. The terms will be declared on the day of fale, MICH. THOMAS, Sheriff of Albemarle coumy; The fubicriber intends to remove to the ftate of Georgia about the i5th of November next, all perfons having demands awinlt him in his private affairs, or f:gainft hjimfelf and Joieph H.Mormon, as deputy fheriffs, axe requefted to let them be known, as they may be fettled and adjuiled before the aforefaid day. SAMUEL HIGGINBOTHAM. Amhereft county, State of "| Virginia, Aug. 9, 1791 J BRAN For SALE very Cheap, Either Wholesale or Retail at P.cck- ett s Landing, by JOHN HAGUE & CO. {^ Bran mixed with a little com is found by experience to be excellent feed for work hsr&s;