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A Plan of the City »nd Suburbs, v.lie James of vlic Citizens alph»betically ar- '
ranged, with their occupation and places of abode. A list of the streets, aHeyij^
lanes, courts, roads wharves, bank?, and insurance companies. Natiojul and [
other Societies, Literary, icientific and cb&r liable iMStltutioD^ CJostom..
House liepartmen*. &:. &c. &c. ' ^ ^»



NOTi: TO BORRCWBRS.



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In conser:ience of the numerous applications at the store df ^ pubo
lishor of the Directory to fiORROW the satne to look for |
the name of a person or situation of streets or alleys, he has come
to the determinatioD of charging in future for every search, the sum
of SIX CENTS.



]PHZLADXILPHIA.

PUBLlBintD BT ROBERT DESILYER, 110 WALWUT STRit'f.V



^^,1IAY, 1831.



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PHILADELPHIA




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ERECTEB BY JVM. SWAIM,

AT THEN. EAST

COMJS^ER OF SEVEJS^TH 1X1) GEORGE STS-

NEARCHESNUT STREET.

The building has the advantage of being located in one of the most
retired, airy, and at the same time central positions in the city. It
contains two distinct ranges of apartments, appropriated for each of
the sexes, having several and separate entrances, the best female atten-
dance is provided for the service of the ladies. — The establishment
contains upwards of fifty Bathsj which includes more than twenty
marble ones lately imported from Italy, made expressly for this estab-
lishment, and the residue are of plated copper, zinc, &c. Every pro-
vision exists for ^^hower Bathing ,; this salutary application can there-
fore be enjoyed at pleasure by means of appropriate contrivances under
the complete controul of the individuals using it. ^ swimming room has
been constructed for the accommodation of such as are fond of this
recreation, and those who are ignorant of that necessary qualification
can acquire it without hazard, and the temperature of the water equal-
led by steam,

The efforts of the proprietor have been strenuoUvS, and the prepara-
tions very munificent in this splendid and spacious establishment, and
the proprietor feels entitled to public patronage because no expense haa
been spared to complete every appurtenance, and combine every re-
quisite for their perfection.

It may not be amis to give some of the observations of the celebrated
Count Rumford, to prove that warm bathing is more conducive to health
than any luxury that can be enjoyed in a populous city, its beneficial
effects are particularly described as follows :

" It is not merely on account of the advantages," says the Count,
*' which I happened to receive from Warm Batliing, whic^ renders me
so much an advocate for the practice : exclusive ot the wholesomness
of the Warm Bath, the luxurv of brthing is so great, and the tranquil
state of the mind and body, wfiich follovvs, is so exquisitely delightful
that I think it quite impossible to recommend it too highly, if we con-
sider it merely as a rational and elegant refinement." " The manner in
which the warm bath operates," he continues, " in producing its salu-
tary consequences, so/;ms very evident. The genial warmth which is
so applied to the skin, in the place of the cold air of the atmosphere, by
which we are commonly surrounded, expands all those very small ves-
sels, where the extremities of the arteries and veins unite, and by gently
stimulating (he whf>ie frame, produces a free and full ciiculation, which
if continuj'd fnr a certain time, removes all obstructions in the vascular
system, and pii's all the organs into that state of regular, free and full
motion, which is essential to health, pnd also to that delightful repose,
accompanied by a consciousness of that power of exertion, which con-
stitutes the highest animal enjoyment of which wc are capable.




PHILADELPHIA

IVIIIP AN© CANE MANUFACTORY,

No. 30 1 J South Third Street, nearly opposite Congress Hall.

The Subscribers have made such improvements in the Manufacture
of the above articles, that they flatter themselves that they can sell
much lower than any other establishment in the United States, and
■will warrant their work equal to any Manufactured in the Country.

^ All Orders punctually attended to, and forwarded
to any vart of the Union,

BURGESS , 8c CO,

JVetc; Japanning Establishment,

s©e

FRANCIS AND BROTHERS,

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers, Fancy and Orna-
mental JapannerSf Sign Writers, Gilders, 8^c,
NO. 143, NORTH THIRD STREET, PHIL.AD.

Resvectfully inform the inhabitants of Philadelphia and the public
in general, that they have commenced manufacturing in the above
lines of business, wholesale and retail, and hope by strict attention and
moderate charges, to obtain a share of public patronage. T. & J.
Francis having served their apprenticeship at one of the first Japan
Manufactories in England, feel themselves competent to Japan and
Ornament Tea Trays, Waiters, Bread Baskets, Dressing Cases,
Work. Boxes, Tea Cknnisters, Lamps, and all other articles in the Japan
Business, in a style equal to any in Europe. They hope by strict at-
tention to businessg, and moderate charges, to give satisfaction to
those who may favour them with their patronage. Tin Plates japanned
black or colored for sign v.riters, Old Tea Trays, Waiters, Lamps &c.
Re-japanned. All kinds of Tin Ware Japanned and Ornamented for
Tin Plate Workers on moderate terms :v.]<\ s'lort notice. Merchants
will find it to their advantage to call as abovo. Orders from the coun-
try punctually attended to. Large Tea Cannisters for grocers, with
Chinese figures ; various other patterns always on hand.



Plumlier,

AND MANUFACTURER OF

Water Closets, Hydraulic
FumpS;, and




J. P. Respectfully informs liis customers and the pub-
lic that he will efteclually remove all unpleasant smells
from houses, yards, etc. arising from impure air from
drains, sinks, or sewers, by the introduction of his

iJROJV MR TRAP.

Also warrants all WATER CLOSETS manufactured
by him to be perfectly sweet, and in every respect to an-
swer the purpose for which they were invented.

Persons requiring any of the above mentioned articles
can see them in operation in several parts of the city.

All orders forwarded, will be executed in the best
manner and with punctuality.

Constantly on hand.

A QUANTITY OF LEAD AND IRON PIPES,

Which he will lay and warrant at the lowest cash prices.

Work-sJiops at the old stand,
No. 76,

South Fourth Street, or No. 3, Sobers Alley,

Running from Walnut between fourth ^ fifth sts.

And for the accommodation of the citizens of the Northern Liberties,

Orders will be received at his dwelling, North Sixth

near Green Street.



PITILADELrillA




jManutiictorii.




No. 6, South Fourth Street.

The Subscriber respectfully inform his friends and the
public generally, that he has removed his store to
No. 6, SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
where he manufactures and has constantly on hand,
a greate-r variety of

Fancy Silk, Sewing Silk, Worsted and
Cotton



Than has heretofore been ofTered for sale in the city — inclu-
ding a general assortment of A. L. VANHCJRN'S late im-
proved and patented spring Roller Suspenders, with Springs
attached to the Rollers in front, making them in point of
case and durability far superior to the Roller Suspenders
formerly used, all of which he v/ill dispose of on the most
reasonable terms Viniolesale and Retail.

Also, Russian 'Belts, Vest Springs, Cravat StffFners, Elas-
tick Garters, Silk, Hair, and Patent Leather Stocks, Sew-
ing Silk Webbing, manufactured and sold as above.

Country Merchants and others dealing in the above ar-
ticles, will find it to their advantage to call before they pur-
chase elsewhere.

N. B. All kinds of Suspenders repaired.




'^hiladdphia JVIuseuniy

IN THE UPPER PART OF THE

CHESNUT STREET, (ABOVE SIXTH.)

OrEJ^'throiigout the day, and ILLUJ^UJ^JITED every evening*
Admittance 25 Cents.

This Museum is the oldest and largest establishment in the United
States, and contains immense collections of the Animal and Mineral
kini:;doms of nature, from all parts of the world. These are all beau-
tifully arranged, so as to enable the visitor to study the objects with
the greatest advantage. The collection of implements and ornaments
of our aboriginal tribes is very extensive and interesting, and the Cab-
inet of antiquities, and Artificial Curiosities, is not less worthy of at-
tention. In addition to the ordinary attractions of a Museum, there
is in this a very large collection of the portraits of American Statesmen
and Warriors of the Revolution, and of the most distinguished scien-
tific men of Europe and America.

The founder C. W. Peale, desirous of securing the Museum per-
manently in this city, obtained an act of Incorporation by which the
stability of the institution is insured. The act of incorporation secures
the use of the Museum in perpetuity to the city, and authorizes the
Stock holders to appoint annually five trustees, who meet quarterly to
regulate the business of the institution. Nothing can be removed from
the Institution under a penalty, and forfiture of double the value of
the thing removed ; hence donations may be made with certainty oil
the part of the donors, that the articles placed in the Museum will al-
ways remain for the public good.



CAP MANUFACTURER,

PUR SKIIV

Dresser and Dyer,
No. 8 South Sixtli Street,

FOUR DOORS BELOW MARKET STREET,

PHILAUELPUM.



SOTJSTON &i TANWER,

Importers of Foreign and Dealers in American

MUSIC,

FANCY STATIOBTARY, PRIIVTS, ETC.

• NO. 87
South Third Street,

QJ^ All Ortlers promptly attended to, and sr.fcly packed to
reach any part of the United States.




QJJUAj

Manufacturer

95 South Second street^

(Opposite the Merchants Coffee-House, Philad.)
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF QUILLS

Dutch^ English;, Gerinan^
and Opaque^

FROM S2 50 TO 30 S PER 1000.

SWAN AND CROW qUlLLS,

* at various prices.

lie also offers for sale, and keeps constantly on hand, at
Manufacturers prices, a large stock of

GREXVIL.LE'S CHEMICAL INK POWDER,

Warranted Superior for immediate production of Jet Black Ink,

ALSO, SUPERIOR SEALING^ WAX.

"Warranted to burn free and stick well, of various colours, viz.
Lr^htand Dark Blue, T^iglit and Dark Green, Yellow, Brown, Gold,
Jlitee, Flcali, Onin^c, &lc.




STOCKMAN & PEPPBE,

JVa. 60 CHESJVVT STREET,

MANUFACTURERS

Of Gold and Silver Ever-pointed and Plain Pencil Cases.
Gold and Silver Thimbles — Gold and Silver Pens — also,

NEW AND HIGHL.Y APPROVED P^fETALL-IC PENS'.

SILVER SPOONS.— JEWELLERY, &c.
TffET HAVE OJV JTAjYD AJ^F KEEP COJVSTAA''TLY FOR SALE,
an extensive assortment of the above articles of their own manufacture, and
also a good supply of

Brittcinia^ Plated, and Jilochtin Wave,

Leads for Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, Jackson's Superior Black Lead Pencils,
Wholesale and Retail, on moderate terms. Grateful for the share ofpatron-
a"-e Avhich they have heretofore enjoyed, they respectfully solicit a continu-
ance thereof, and ask particularly the attention of dealers in the above
articles.

Ml Orders Punctually attended io.



Hatters Fur, Morocco &' Fancy Leather Store,

TTILLIAM TAYLO^j ^IB..

S. W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND MINOR STREETS.

Has conslnntlij on hand a general assortment of

BEAVER, OTTER, NUTRIA, MUSCtUA, HARE-BACK,

Coney, Jennet, Zisel, and other Furs and Skins.

Saxony and Spaflish Hat Bodies, Hatters Skivers all colors.

■Gilt and Silvered Hat Leathers, Hat Tips, Hatters Trimmings, &c.

Also, A general and extensive assortment of Colored Mokocco, witli Deer, Goat,
and Lamb Skin Binding axd Linings of everv description. — Cross barred and plain
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH UOANS, BAZILS, BUOK CAft-, AND SKIVERS,
Suitable for Cap Manufacturers, Hatters, Book Binders, Coach Makers, Saddlers, Shoe
Makers, Pocket Book Makers, &c.

PATENT JAPANNED LEATHER, Scperioh QuALirr, of all kinds, and warranted
not to decompose bv beat of the weather.

EASTERN HOG SKINS, BINDERS, TRUNK. AND BOX BOARDS.
Scarf and rich Silk Twist, all colors. — Glcf., best qualitv, and Cow-hide Wliips.

BUFFAL.OE ROBES.

Reading WOOL HATS, by. the box.— all ofwiiich are offered on most reasonable terms.

N. B. All kinds of Skins,— Sole, Skirting, and all kinds of Leather.— Wool, Paper,

&c, received for Sale on Commission, and' REASONABLE ADVANCES MADE.



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BOLITAH HOirSE.
AD JOII^IIVG THE ARCADE,



CHESJSIUT STMEET,

Where the Subscriber keeps constantly on hand

CHOICE WIl^TES AND LldllORS,

Warranted Pure and Unadulterated,

Which he will furnish to families, if desired, by the demijohn

or otherwise.

HE WILL ALSO FURNISH DINNERS OR SUPPERS
For private parties or societies, on receiving timely notice.

WILLIAM GARELS.



JACOB HUMMEL,



MOROCCO

AND

Fancy Leather

MANUFAGTUBBR.

JVo. 529, ^orth Third St.

HAS A STORES AT

No. 44, North Fourth St.

PHILADELVHIA.

Where he will keep constantly on hand a general assort-
ment of

COLOUHESD MOROCCO

AND

OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOJ^.

English and Scotch Bazils, Book Calf-Skins, Bark
and Coloured Skivers, Roans of all kinds and colours^

Japanned Leather of the best manufacture.

EASTERN HOG SKINS.— RUSSIA LEATHER

Suitable for Saddlers, Coachmakers, Hatters, Shoe-
makers, Bookbinders, Pocket-bookmakers, Suspender-
makers, &c.

J3U of which he will sell on the most reasonable terms.



WHITE PLIHT,

AJS'D

GREEN AND BLACK

Warehouse.

NORTH EAST CORNER OF

Second & Race Streets.

The Subscriber being extensively engaged in the Ma*
nvfacture of Apothecaries Vials and other Glass Ware,
has constantly for sale a general assortment of every de-
scriptiony among which are

Apothecaries Vials of all sizes, >
wide and narrow mouths, )



Prescription, do. do.

Patent Medicine and Perfumery,

do. do.
Fancy Colognes,
Durable Inks,
Mustards,
Cayennes,
Bears Oils, &c. &c. &c.



Druggists' Shop Furniture,
do. Packing Bottles,
Confectioner's Show do.
Ground Stoppered Acids,
Castor Oil, Cordial and Wine

Bottles.
Flasks and Bottles,
Preserving Jars,
SnufF Bottles,
Demijohns of all sizes*

The recent discoveries and improvement in the art of Glass Manu»
facturing, for which the subscriber has obtained letters patent from the
United States, enables him to sell at very reduced prices, and of a
quality superior to any that has heretofore been manufactured in this
country. — The proximity of his factories to the city also enables him to
execute orders at the shortest notice.

Cp" Bottles and Vials of any pattern made to order.

T. W. DYOTT,

J^Torth East Corner of Second and Race Streets,

%* Drug^sts, Country Merchants and Dealers generally, are in-
vited to call and examine the nuality of the ware, specimens of the
different varieties artd patterns oeing always open for inspection.




ADAMS' PATENT

SWELLED BEMl WVS^DLASS BEDSTEADS.

The above Bedsteads are put together without screws, and \ij means
of the Windlass and Swelled Beam, the Sacking is kept crowning and
elastic at all times with the least possible trouble, which is impossible
to obtain on tliose made any other way.

Pure Curled Hair Matresses constantly on hand,

Boston SPRING SEAT ROCKING CHAIRS, Venetian, Transpa-
rent and India Blinds. Also, a great variety of ornaments and ma-
terials for interior decoration, constantly on band, and Upholstery
Work of every description executed with neatness, punctuality and
despatch, by

J. HANCOCK. & CO.

S. W. Corner of Third and Walnut Sts.
P. S. J. n. & Co. Grateful for past favours, they hope by constant attention
to business, and a desire to please, by keeping the richest articles in their line,
to obtain future patronage.



€)Vo. 149 Walnut Street, three doors below Fifth,

l^ANUFACTURES

Pocket-Books, Ladies Work-Boxes, Gentlemen's
Dressing Cases, Jewellery Cases, Surgeons' Instrument
Cases, Miniature Cases, Travelling Cases, Card Cases,
Portfolios, Skin Boxes, &c. &c.

AND ALL KINDS OF

Fancy Leather Jlrticles.

|C?* A Supply of the above articles constantly on hand, and all
orders thankfully received, promptly attended to, and packed for and
part of the U. States.









THE SUBSCRIBER 6^



RespectfulUy informs his friends and the
public in general,

THAT HE HAS OPEJVEl) AJ>r
EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,

AT THE
OP






Bank St. and Elbow Lane,

Where he will have constantly on hand,
AJ>r ASSORTMEJ^T OF THE MOST CHOICE

Wines and Liquors,

Warranted Pure and Unadulterated.

He will also furnish Dinners and Suppers for private
parties on receiving timely notice, and hopes by assiduity
and attention, to merit a share of public patronage.

There is also attached to this establishment^

A Livery Stablcy

Where may be had

Horses, Carriages, G-igs,

«fc- S^c. ^c.

To hire on the most reasonable terms.

CT* HORSES TAKEN AT LIVERY.

JAMES B. V700D.




South Second Street, opposite the JSTew Market,
PHILADELPHIA.
HJIS FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES,

Hardware & Fancy Goods^

Gilt and Mahogany Frame Ijooking-Glasses, Andirons, Shovel and
Tongs, Tea Trays, Waiters, Bread Baskets, Plated and Brass Can-
dlesticks, Plated Castors, Knives and Forks, Frying Pans, Pots,
Kettles, Flat Irons, &c. Also, all kind of building materials and
Cabinet mountings, such as Knob-locks, Latches, Hinges, Screws,
Augers, Nails, Tacks, Brass Knobs, Bed Caps, Brass Nails, &c.&c.




0. Z. SERTOSS'

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
liOOKIKG-GLrASS AND FANCY HARDWARE

STORE.

NO. 60, NORTH SECOND STREET.
THOMAS TO^^]^,

EXECUTES AT HIS

PBmTmG OFFICE,

IN THS COURT
BETWEEN 110 & 112, \^ALNUT STREET.

Cards, Bills, Checks, Notices, and all kinds of

JOB PRINTING,

Expeditiously and on reasonable terms.








Harmony Street^

RUNNING FROM THIRD TO FOURTH,

Between Chesnut and Walnut Streets,
PHILABELPHM.

Horses & Carriages,
BAROUCHES, GIGS,

Saddle Horses, &c.

TO HIRE.

HORSES TAKKN AT LIVLRY.

And Travellers accommodated on the,mott
REASONABLE TERMS.



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HOTEL.

193 CHESXUT, XE AR SIXTH.

House of General Entertainment,






L.W. Ry ckman & J. S. Brown.

TERMS FOR ACC03IM0DATI0KS.



BOARD PER DAY,. -..75 Cents

BREAKFAST 25

DINNER 31?



SUPPER 25 Cents.

BED for one Gent. 37 ^

do. for two do. •..•50



ORDINARY DAILY, at half past one 31 1

Steaks, Chops, Cutlets, Soups, Oysters, Terrapins, and Hot Suppers,
On Reasonable Terms.



LooMng- Glass

NO. 10,

XoHh Third Street,— Vp Slair$.

WKSTEKN AND SOUTHERN ORDERS
Prouptly Executed. — Terms Moderate.



Fur^ Stock and Cap

TXTAREHOUSE,
XO, 15, I^ORTH FOURTH STREET,

J^early opposite Yoke's Hotel, Philad.

ic. isAAcsoir,

Cogent and Commission Merchant, J

Informs the Public most respectfully, he has on hand and will continue

to manufacture,

CAPS, STOCKS, AXD LADIES' FURS.

Of every description and variety, which he is enabled to dispose of
at the very lowest market prices, and on liberal terms.

Western and Country Merchants, City Dealers and heads of families
are requested to call at the above establishment previous to purchas-
ing elsewhere. The Stock being very extensive, will enable his cus-
tomers to select for themselves.

Orders from any part of the United States, will meet with the same
attention as personal application, and Furs at all times packed so as to
render them secure from moths.



LOUD te BROTHERS,

PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS,
NO. 150,

Chesnut Street, ("opposite the Arcade,J

Have constantly on hand a lar^e and elegant assortment of Piano
Fortes consisting of Mahogany and Rosewood Cabinet Piano Fortes,
with 2 and 3 Unisons, and 2 and 3 Pedals, also, Square Piano Fortes
with improved English actions, in cases of Rosewood, Zebra, and
Mahogany, as well plain as highly ornamented.

They Manufacture also, a very

SUPERIOR GRAJVD CONCERT PIANO PORTE,

Of great power and fine tone.

Also, Metalic plate instruments of superior tone, all of which ar«

warranted.

To Western Merchants they are particularly desirable, arising
from their known capability of standing remarkably well in tune.

Orders executed with punctuality and dispatch, for all parts of th«
United States, the West Indies and South America.

Piano Fortes hired, tuned, and "repaired.



-V7HOLESAI.E

BooiflLShoe

JVb. 12, S. East corner of
JMarhet & Water Sts.

Where they offer For Sale,

To Country and City Dealers, a very extensive assortment

City and New England Boots and Shoes,

On Pleasing Terms, by the Package or Dozen.
IT . ' a .■■■■ . ■

BENJAMIN HOMER,

MANUFACTURER

OF

Brass Cocks & Valves,

Of every Description.

No. 24, Strawberry Street,



Fire Proof




AND

PAPERS



FROM

Ravages of

FIRE,

AND SECURING

UNHURT



The Most Valuable Documents,

Not only from desolating flames, but by their strength and singular
construction resisting the attack of thieves.

JOHN SCOTT,

Lodge St. XO. I9 J^orth side Peiinsylvania Bank,

After a series of trials and persevering labour, has the pleasure of making
known to Merchants generally throughout the United States, and all other
persons concerned, that he has greatly improved the above mentioned Chests,
and taken out Letters Patent for the same : he therefore respectfully invites
their attention to the peculiar construction and safety of this valuable appendage
of the counting house and the ware room, the acknowledged superiority of
which has obtained a decided preference from all who have experienced its
Important usefulness.

From the intrinsic value of his chests, an attempt to introduce spurious arti-
cles into the market has been made, and without a careful examination purch-
asers are very liable to be imposed upon, the patentee therefore requests that
a scrutiny should be made by all who may desire to possess one of his Improved
Composition Fire Proof Chests, and avoid being duped and their property de-
stroyed rather than preserved when risked in chests tlie construction of which
is calculated only to deceive.

To be had at J,ODGE STREET, No. 1. north side of Pennsylvania Bank,
Philadelphia. — LOCKS with invisible keys which willlock and unlock twenty
thousand difl'erent ways are offered for sale, and u reward of 500 dollars to any
person who will open one of said locks with fair means, and without violence.



PRISON, LIBRARIES, SOCIETIES, «ic.



Xnipectvrt and OJflcert o/tht Priwn.

By the City Councili.
Thomis Wallace, Robert O'Neill,

John Bell,

By ihe Commissioners of the N. Liberties.
Wm. Wafjner, Wm. Kandolpli.

By the Commissioners of Southwark.
Nathl. C. Foster, Jesse R. Burden.

By the Commissioners of Spring Garden.
Adam VVoelpper.
President, Geo, N. Baker.
Secretary, Thomas Phipps.
Treasurer, Geo. M'Leod.

Principal Keepers.
Walnut Street, — Israel Deacon.
Arch Street, — Jacob Reakirt.

H'jxise of Rejugi.
President, John Sergeant.
Vice Presidents, Roberts Vaux, Alex. Henry.
Treasurer, Thomas Earp.
Secretary, James J. Barclay.

Managers, Thomas Astley, Charles Bird,
Isaac Collins, James Cresson, Thomas Fassitt,
John U. Fraley, Pliilip Garrett, J. Goodman,
John S. Henrj', Josepli R. Ingersoll, Joseph
L. Inglis, Wm. M. Meredith, Abraham Miller,
Charles Roberts, Daniel B. Smith, J. Schott,
Samuel Sellers, Henry Troth, Geo. Williams,
Henry J. Williams, Barth. Wistar.

Saving Fund Society.

Open for Deposits and payments, on Mon-
days and Thursdays only, between tlie hours
of 4 and 7, p. m.

Office at No. 66, Walnut St.
President, Andrew Bayard.
Treasurer, Geo. Billington.

Managers — Thomas Hale, Clement C. Bid-
die, Richard Peters, jr. Daniel B. Smith, J. J.
Vanderkemp, Lawrence Lewis, JohnC. Low-
ber, John R. Neff, Thomas Fassitt, Ashbel G.
Ralston, Q.Campbell, G. Vaux, John A.Brown,
Francis R. Wharton, Francis ti. Smith, Saml.
Grant, 'F". H. Uhite, Wm. Davidson, Wm.
Smith, Philip H. Nicklin, Sansom Perot, J.
Bacon, James B. Smith, Wm. D. Lewis.

The Philadelphia Society for the Establishment

and Support of Charily Schoolt.
President, Philip Garrett.
Vice President, Paul Beck, jr.
Treasurer, Geo. Peterson,
Secretary, Edwin Walter.

Managers.— Philip Garrett, Jolin Ciaxton,
John G. Simmons, Wm. Abbott, Samuel Sel-



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