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LIBRARY

OF THE

PHILADELPHIA

MUSEUM

OF ART



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Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation



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S'evv' Post Chaise and Pilot Office,

Between Chesnutand Walnut in Fourth St. No. 43.
fl^inter Establishment for JS^ew Vork and Baltimore,



FIRST LINE FOR NEW YORK.

. i he Post Chaise will leave Philadelphia every morning',
it 5 o'clock, and arrive in New York tlie same evening, at
) o'clock. — Fare SS-

SECOND LINE.

.. The Mail Coach Pilot Mill leave Philadelphia every af-
• oon at lialf past two (half an hour before the Mail) run

\\fr\x and arrive in New York the next morning.

: e public are informed, that in this line no detention
M.I. be met with on the road, it not carrying the mail, and
>f course riot subject to the inconvenience of stopping at

numerous Post Offices on the road. It has one moi e
,^... than the Mail, and will carry but eiglit passengers. —
Fare SIO. Tlie coaches both of\he first and second line

'>e new co!istruction, baggage on springs, and protected

;i the weather by leather" boots. — ^Fare glO.

BALTIMORE PILOT,

rill leave Philadelphia every morning at 6 o'clock

- at Havre de Grace, and ariive in Baltimore the nex .

t.ing by 12 o'clock.— Fare g 12. /

:j-^For spats in either of the above lin^s, applif at the
Washinsion Hail Uotd, or at the J\*ew Post Ckai^eaiid
r ch (i^c? {formerly ilw Old Pilot office) ^^. 43, Suiith

rth street letween Chesnut and Walnut streets,

Stockton t^ Howell.



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NORTH THIRD STREET,

PHILADELPHIA,
■ HAVE ON HAND, AN ASSORTMENT OF

tortoise ShelL Ivory? and Horn

COMBS,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

(Q* Merchants and otlicrs will fmd it their advan-
ta/;e to call, as they intend selling at reduced prices,
for cash or acceptances.



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Trunk Manufactory




L. DICKINSON,

No. 4, SCHRIVER'S COURT.

(East of Ei^-bth street above Arch street,)

PIIILADELPHIA .

Where may be had a general Assortment oj

[ron Bound, Travelling, and Gig Trunks ^

OF ALL SORTS AND SIZES.

FANCY AND MOROCCO TRUNKS.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

l7i the most approved Style, and at the lowest Prices.
B. Merchants and Retailers \\-\\\ find an advaiitage to call
!i.s floove. Residence 110 North Eighth street.



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LONDON PATENT

Steam Kitchen and Hot Air Roaster,

For cooking by Steam and Hot Mr.

PROM ^55 TO S200 AXD UPWARDS.

\UAPTT.T, fV,r private families, hotels, boarding houses, steam
.> -Its, and other vessels; warranted .mpenor to any other appara-
■ for all kmds of cookingr, in the most clean and delicate man-
ic. ; and xvi.l cook for from fve to five hundred persons; unitine-
economv, health and cleanliness; its various operations of steaJ^?
):,-, boihng;, roastlng^ bakin.:-, stewin.^- and broiling-, and supplyinq:
.. (>. .tantly trom one to fourteen g-allons of clean boiling- water, and
WU.J or without a hot closet, are all performed bv thfuse of one
small fire, and is always well understood by once or twice usine-
nor IS .t so hable lo be out of repair; is entirelv free from Txct
siye heat, o\ course most particidarly adapted for cookin? in hot
chmates; or with additional pipes to conduct the ste.m oXta^r
mi-ht be contrived to warm rooms in the coldest winter. The ap'
;.. la.s stands in a very small compass, say t-uo fe^t four incL
or^uUh by one foot troo inches depth, and from that' to ir^ Z/Z

on the mn.t , '^" f""^, P'^^'"^' ^"^ ^^^^ ^^'*^ «^^ ^''^t any other

on the most economical plan consumes, is quite sufficient Vic

''^a:r^Zt^''''' T' ^^ r?^^^ 'secondhand b"
_ . T an Jiour, uithout bem.g spoiled ; and tlie savin- is calculated
ro. rinl'bv h^t?;"'"'/''""^'; t.^,hon.:n boilin.^\" "earn and
re.rsSdftin .. ' ^"d/^'-^^^v famines in En,gland; who have for
six o t'v.li ? "•^?' ^flc"J^te that it will clear its first cost, in from
■'nP' it hj ^ ""' ^^o^^teen months, according- to the number i n f^^

^avc It now muse; the sales by the a^ent in Liverpool for the



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last year solely being' upwards oi eigld thoiisand dollars, and not an
nstance known, where one has been taken on trial, ever to have
jeen returned on the agent's hands.

The apparatus is now in general use in England, East and West
[ndies and Canada; in various steam boats at Pittsburg and on the
:akes ; on board the steam boat Superior, captain Milnor, running
jetween Philadelpliia and Wilmington ; also two on board the
jteam boat Virginia and Norfolk, at Baltimore ; as also in many
private families in Philadelphia and neighbourhood (who acknow-
edge its superiority over eveiy thing they have before seen) and
:o whom references will be given to inspect the operation.

Very few of the above still remain on hand, thoug-h regular sup-
plies will in future be kept, and orders taken for any particular
sizes wanted; as also for steam boilers, and apparatus for warming
'ooms, churches, and other public buildings, wasliing, brewing,
leatinsr baths, Sec. &.c.

SLATER & Co.

Agents to the Pattntee,

^Va. 28, Chesnv.t St. FhUadclphia,
January, 1818.



JVo. 31, jYorth Front Street.

Wool Growers are informed, that the article of Wool,
of every description, is always purchased at this establish-
ment in quantities of not less than 100 lbs.

Manufacturers can always be supplied with Wool at a
low price, and at a long credit for approved paper.



Just PiiUished by P. JL Litfouvcade, Philadelphia,
AN ELEGANT EDITION

OF THE

NEW TESTAMENT,

Printed on good white paper, with large new type, and for
sale at his book store, N. W. corner of Second and Race
streets, price neatly bound in sheep, g2: M'here all kinds of
printing are executed in the best manner.
*N\ B. Articles in his line taken in exchan^^e for printing.



Faxton's Fhiladelphin Annual Advertiser.




Elegant Exhibition,

J\o. 1, Mrth Eleventh Street, Philadelphia:

CONTAINING,

AMONG A GREAT VARIETY OF LARGE AND INTERESTING

PAINTINGS, 8cc.

THE

OF

NEW HA YEN,

IN A SEMICIRCLE OF FORTY FEET IN LENGTH,

Which has been universally admired as one of the most
natural and interesting productions of the pencil, that has
been offered to the public.

ALSO,

The Great Sea Serpent,

(the size of life)

As seen in Gloucester, Cape Ann harbour, Massachusetts,
in August, 18ir.

tCj^The Exhibition is open every day, and illuminated
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings,
from 7 till 9. — Tickets 25 cents.

D. Bowen's benevolent Subscribeis, and the Rev. Clei^, are

■••espectfully invited at ull times, free of expense.



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SAW WAREHOUSE,

No. S,
JSTorth Fifth Street,



PHILADELPHIA:



Mill, Cross-cut, and Pit

SAWS.



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hovels and Spades, Socket Shovels and
Spades, Steel Hoes, ^c. ^c.

JACOB ROGERS.



|C7* Orders taken for rolling and slitting of Irov.

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Tin and Copper ware and AVire
Fender Manufactory.



HENRY HARBERGER, Jr.

No. 406,

MARKET STREET, NEAR THE CENTRE SQUARE

Keeps constantly on hand, wholesale and retail,
ALI. KINDS OF

Coffee and Water Pots, Buckets, Roasters.
Measures, ^c. ^c.

LIKEWISE,

ALL KINDS OF HOUSE WORK IN GENERAL,

SrCH AS

Copper and Tin Spouts, and Simut Heads.

riKISHED IS THE HANDSOMEST STTLE.

^.B. Storekeepers and Country Merchants can be
supplied with Wire Fenders at the shortest notice, on rea-
sonable terms — ^Wire Fenders repaired — Lattices for Cel-
lar Windows— and Wire Work in general.



Faxion's Philadelphia Jimiual ddveHiser.

Grand State Lotterj.




SOLOMON ALLEN, MANAGER.

100 Prizes of SlOOO, equal to SlOO,000.

ALL FLOATING IN THE WHEEL.

100 Prizes Sl,000 §100,000

1 50,000 50,000

1 20,000 20,000

1 10,000 10,000

3 5,000 15,000

30 500 , 15,000

100 100 10,000

5,000 25 125,000



5,236 PRIZES. 1S345,000

9,764 BLANKS.



15,000 Tickets.
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First drawn Four Thousand Blanks will be entitled to §25 each.
First dva-wti 1st day §5,000 i First dra~m 15th day ,§10,000
First drawn 5th day 5,000 ^ First dra~vn 20th day 20,000

First drawn 10th day 5,000 | First drawn 25th day 50,000

Will commence drawing in March, 1818.

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All Prizes payable in GOLD, sixty days after the completion of
the drawing", at the

BANK OF THE LVITED STATES.



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FOR SALE AT

TRULY LUCKY LOTTERY OFFICE.

No. 2, South Third St. Philadelphia,



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Lewis I. Bodvel Wells,

Operative Chemist, Water Colour and Camel's Hair Pencil Maker,

Uas removed from Philadelphia to J\reiv York,

Where he manufactures (only for Peter Kerrison Sf Co.
Druggists, &c. Greenwich Street) the following articles,
which can be obtained in this city, at the manufacturer's
prices and usual credit, of

Daniel B. Smithy

DRUGGIST, No. S3, MARKET STREET,

All kinds of extra fine WATER COLOURS, in boxes or cakes.



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Row < ACKERMAN'o ^ WATER COLOURS.



4 J L WELLS'S

TOY PAINTS, in wooden and paper boxes, with and without
Pencils and Sticks.

SUPERB VENETIAN DROP LAKE, superior in richness of co-
lour to that usually imported, and equal to any made in Europe.

WELLS'S CERTIFIED DURABLE INK, wan-anted to be inde-
hble.

WELLS'S FINE CHROME YELLOW.

WELLS'S PATENT ANATTO.

WELLS'S COURT PLASTER.

WELLS'S REFLNED LIQUORICE.

CAMEL'S HAIR BRUSHES.

W^ELLS'S much esteemed PATENT COMPRESSED BLACK-
ING.

WELLS'S MAHY'S PLASTER CLOTH, faithfully prepared
fi'om the original receipt of Mc;t\s. Mahy, and formerly made
by Bouchony Lordonet, and approved and recommended by
Drs. B. Rush, Pbysick, and other eminent practitioners.



Paxton's Philadelphia Annual Advert Isfr.



PHILADELPHIA

Brush Manufactory^

JVo, 90i, JVbrf/i Frfnit Street.






BENJAMIN TAYLOR,

Informs bis friends and the public, tliat he carries on
the brush making on a very extensive scale, and has con-
>tantly on hand, the largest stock to be found in this, or,
le believes, any other city in the United States ; consisting
)f all the kinds usually made in this country. Also very
Hiperior ground Paint Brushes, Sash, Graining and Fitch
tools, which by unremitting attention and perseverance, he
las succeeded in perfecting, and can now supply with any
quantity, equal (at least) iiT quality to the English ; Patent
Penetrating Hair, and Horse brushes, which are found by
experience to be superior to any thing of the kind ever in-
k^ented ; Patent Cloth brushes ; besides a great variety of
Fancy, Cloth, Crumb, Tooth, Hair, Shaving brushes,'&c.
Ailso, a lar2;e assortment of elegant Patent, Japanned, Con-
^'ex, and Fiat-top, Satin-wood, Bird-eye, Cherry, Walnut,
md Gum, Turned-top, Common, Kitchen, and {Smith's bel-
tows, of any required size ; all of which he will sell on at
least as good terms as they can be procured elsewhere.
Mercliants and others are, requested to view his articles,
ind he is satisfied they will have no occasion to seek further.

A". B. Russian Bristles for sale by the hogshead.



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THE

Saving Fund Societj.

Office Ao. 22, South Sixth Street — open daily.

Times for Deposits Mondays and Thursdajs,
From 4 to 7 P. M.

This institution was established in December 1816, for the pur-
pose of aftbrding" a secure and profitable mode of investing- the
small sums which may be saved by the industrious and frui^al me-
chanic, labourer, and all other persons. The sums deposited bear
interest from tlie time they are placed in, and may be recalled at
any time. The money is always invested in stock for the use of
the depositors, and this stock is held by the president and cashier
of tlie bank of the United States, as ti*ustees.

All sums exceeding one dollar are received, and as .soon as these
sums amount to five dollars they bear interest, and at the end of
everv year, the interest is, without any trouble to the depositor,
added to the principal, and becomes a new capital, beariiig- inter-
est. By those who superintend the business of the institution, no
emolument or advantag-e is received.

An apprentice, who will deposit in the Saving Fund Society
one dollar per week, for five years, will at the end of that time
have ^ 293, A male domestic who shall deposit four dollars per
month, for ten years, will at the end of that time have 1S612. —
A female domestic who lays up from her wages two dollars per
month, for ten years, and places her savings as they are made in
this instituition, will at the end of ten years have §305. A jour-
neyman mechanic, Avho deposits five dollars per week, for five
vear.s, will have ^ 1468. A master mechanic, who places in ^e
saving fund eight dollars per week, for live years, will ha^■e secured
for himself §2340. And the fatiier of a family, who, in order to
make provision for each child, will deposit fifty cents a week from
the time of their bii't)^, for each child, will secure to every one
of his children a portion amounting to § 1716, on their attaining
the age of twenty-one years.

I'he interests, tlie happiness of the commimlty, cannot be better
promoted than by encouraging among all for v.hom the Saving
Fund Society was established, an employment of the means to at-
tain the benefit It assures. Pastors of congregations, preceptors
of schools, heads of families, master mechanics, guardians of
children, and officers of economical and charitable societies, are
earnestly sohcited to assist in the accomplishment of its objects.

(JCt" For the officers of this Society, i-ee " Li.^t of Cov.t^nt'-.^'



Faocton^s Philadelphia Annual Jidvertisev.




No. 7\, Walnut-street, (between Third and Dock)

IMPORTS, AXI) COXSTANTLY KE?>rS FOR SALE,

A g-eneral assoi-tment of

Hosierj and Fancj Goods.

HOSIERY, Sec. } AXrY OOODS, &C.

Merino wool Hose and half Hose \ Fhw Cutlerii-KnivQS, Scissors, &c.
Merino wool Waistcoats, Dra'.v- ^ (Xy" Gentlemen's Tool Chests,

ers and Cliimesettes I Portable Desks, &, Poil Folios

Lambs wool, worsted, and An- ? ^Morocco Goods — Work &. Paint

gola Hose, and haif Hose > Boxes, Shaving Cases, Jjack-
Gauze Hose and Cotton Drawers | g^ammon and Chess Boards
Merino wool and cotton Nig"ht 5 Gih and Plated Goods — Clasps,

Caps and Gloves \ Purses, Amulets, Lockets,

Worsted and cotton Suspend- \ ^liniature Frames, 8cc.

ers, and Cotton Balls ? Iz'ort/ and Hone Tv)nerif,& 'Tuji'

Cotton Hose of every descrip- > bridge JVare — Chessmen, Do-

tion, very chcaj) I minos, Rules, Pope Joan and

riiread & raw silk Hose & ^ Hose ^ Cribbage Boards, Work and
Kng'Ush silk Hose, in g-reat va- \ Cotton Boxes, he.

riety, black, white, & coloured \ Jupaiined JJ'are — Dressing Cases,



Spice Boxes, Spittoon, Night
Lamps, Lanterns, Bellows,
Hearth Brnshes, 8cc.
Pcrfii mery — Pate nt p enetrating"
Hair Bi'ushes, Soaps, Poma-
tums, Itussia and Macassa Oil,
Tooth Powder, Aromatic Vin-
IXI/' A general assortment of mo- ^ cgar,- Cephalic Snuff', &c.
rocco and fancy coloured Pa- % ^Miscellaneous — Baskets in grf*^*



Bobbinett tliread lace Veils and ^
Shawls, from 2-4 to 8-4 v.ide i
Bobbinett Thread Lace, 6-4 wide |
Silk lace Veils and Shawls i

Gloves, of leather, silk, and raw |
silk, umbrellas, &c.* \



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pers, gold and silver Papers \
and Borders, coloured En- 1
gravings, and every article for <
fancy and ornamental work. \



varietv. Telescope W^ng"
Sticks, Sword Canesj^^^'^^ks,
Liquor and PowcV* Flasks,
Shot Behs, ^Q.y

QCj" A supply of th- above named articles, togetlf^^'^^^ ^^n' nt
and icsefid addition^ -will be regxdarly imported /



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Martin Fisher <^ Son,

THERMOMETER AND SPECTACLE
MAKERS,

JS'o. 1 05, nrMh Second Street,

HAVE ON HAND

AN ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES,

rOGETaXR WITH THE FOLLOWING:

Barometers, Hydrometers, Suneying Com-
passes, Pocket Compasses, Cases of Mathema-
tical Instruments, Parallel Rulers, Spy Glasses,
Microscopes, Magnifying Lenses, Eye Gl^es,
Reading Glasses, Spectacle Glasses, Linen
Provers, Magnets, &c. &c. which will be sold,
wholesale or retail, at very moderate prices.



Pa.vton's Philadelphia Annual Advertiser.




W. ^ A. MASON,

ENGRAVERS OF BRASS ORNAMENTS
FOR BOOKBINDING, &c.

No. 13, SOUTH FOURTH STREET,

PHILADELPHIA.

Notary Public, Charter and Patent Medicine Seals : Embossing'
Plates and Brass Engravings for Typographical Printing.



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No. 13, SOUTH FOURl'H STREET,

PHILADELPHIA.

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I'a.iioiLS Philadelpliia Annual Jidvertiser,



ANDREW ALLEN'S

PATEJVT

Gilt and Silvered Leather.

Mr. Allen lias the honour to inform his friends
and tlie puhlic, ^at he has received Letters Patent for
the manufacturing of his Gilt and Silvered Leather.

It can he appropriated with elegance and durabi-
lity to tlie following purposes, amongst many others :

Fancy Shoes, for balls and assemblies; Masonic Aprons, richly
wrougAt; Book Bindmg-; Pocket Books; Seg-ar Boxes; Swor^
Belts; Ladies' Reticules; — and for Copperplate and other Print-
ing-, for instance, see the hkeness of our immortal \^^\SHIXGT05•,
at Mr. Hilyar's, Chesiuit Street, one door above the theatre. —
Also, for Fancy Toilet Boxes; Trimmings for Carriages; Linings;
Hat Trimmings; Ornam.enting Saddles and Bridles; and in any
and every way that leather can be used for splendor, convenience,
or service.

Mr. A. informs his countrymen, that he has pre-
sented to tlie Senate and House of Representatives of
the United States, a copy, eacli, of presjident Monroe's
Message, 20 by 18 inches square, printed on his Pa-
tent Leather — specimens of wliich are exliibited at the
!mnts' coffee house; where a subscription papier
ncd for those wlio mjay be desirous of avniling
' ( s of the opporturjity of possessing a copy of
i liable a document.

(jy Southern and Western Traders will fnid -U

'iterest to call and see his varimis specimens, lit

..* r;8, Spruce, one door above Fifth street, where all

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Greorge Willig,

AT HIS

JVo. 24,
SOUTH FOURTH STREET,

OFFERS FOR SALE,

jrand German Pianos, superior quality, with Turkish

music,
square Englisli Pianos, superior quality,
lllegant English and French Harps,
iuitars, Clarinets, Flutes, Fifes, French Horns, Bassoons,

and Flageolets,
lixtra fine Cremona Violins.
jOw priced Violins, by the dozen.

/^iolin Bows; Italian, French, and German Violin Strings;
. Violin Basses, Harp Strings, &c.

ICP G. TV. has just received the JVewest Music from
Europe, from which he has selected the best for puhli-
ation.



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LEWIS DESAUQUE,

Returns his thanks to his friends, and the public in
general, and informs them, that he has relinquished his
retail of Wines and Liquors to his sons, L. & F. Desauque,
who will carry on the business in the same manner and
with tlie same punctuality's heretofore.

Lewis Desauque will canyon his wholesale of Wines
and Liquors in Taylor's Alley.

L. & F. Desauque, under the firm of

L. Desauque, jun. SC Co.

(successors to lewis desauque)

AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED STAND,

J\b. 65, south Second Street,

HAVE ON HAND, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE

WIJVES AJVD LIQUORS,

WHICH THEY OFFER FOB, SAIiE AT MODERATE TRICES,

AMO^G WHICH ABE:

In Bottlpfi — ^^ladeira, 10 years old ; Mala^, 60 years
old ; old Medoc Claret, froin 1811; old Port Wine ; ^Sher-
ry Wine ; Chateaumargau Wine ; Lafitte and Latour
Wine ; Red and W^hite Hermitage ; Sauterne Wine ; Vin.
de Grave ; Rota and Tokay Wine ; Muscat de Frontignac,
Sparkling Champaign, and Burgundy Wines.

On Draught — ^^ladeira, Sicily Madeira, Lisbon, Tene-
rifte, Sherry, and Old Port Wines ; Cognac Brandy ; Hol-
land Gin ; Jamaica Spirits ; Peach Brandy ; AVine and
Cider Vinegar, &.c. &c.

(QP Sweet Oil in Baskets.



Paxton's Philadelphia Annual Advertiser,

DRAWING AND PAINTING

9
Cook's Buildings, No. 3, South Third Street,

(Near Market Street,)

BY HUGH REINAGLE, ^

PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER.

Hugh Reinagle has the honour to inform his friends
id the public, that his academy for drawing and painting
I Landscape^ Architecture, Perspective, Anatomy and Or-
aments, is now open for the reception of pupils. Separate
asses for ladies and gentlemen at ^6 and SIO per quar-
T. Evening classes upon the same terms. Classes eai'ly
I the morning, when the season will permit. Studies will
B appropriated to each department, and every attention
Lven to facilitate the progress of the pupils.

H. R.'s works in oil and water colours, consisting of a
reat variety of interesting views of various places in the
Fnited States, to be seen gi^atis at the academy.



AVHEELWRIGHT,

Frankford Road, above Qiieen Street,

(Polnt-no-point Road) Right-hand. Side,

WHERE IS MANUFACTURED, AXD ALWAYS MAA
BE HAD,

Wagons, Carts, Drays, Ploughs, Harrows,
and Wheelbarrows,

OF VARIOUS SIZES:

Ul of which are for Sale, at the most moderate Prices,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Boot 8^ Shoe Manufactorj^

jYo. 254, Market Street,
(third door above the white bear tavern.)

The Subscriber respectfully informs his nu-
merous customers, and the public in general,
that he keeps a constant supply of Gentlemen's
Boots and Shoes, first quahty ; and in addition,
Ladies' Kid and Morocco Shoes, Avith a gene-
ral assortment in th€ above line, where all or-
ders will be thankfully received, and punctually

attended to.

L. KEATTING.



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NO. 35,

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THOMAS W. LEVERING,

Bell and Brass founder, and House Bell

Hanger,
JVo. 40, south Fifth Street, belotv Walnut,

^i?f!f """'!•' ^^^^^Ht too much brass, to chime m with the pubHc
nno^^f ""-I tf t'^^^^g" J?^« talent and versat^e merits, and to^ofTer
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^v^-rY^ ''iS^' enviable union! When it is r.emembered how
extensively useful and necessary are services in his hne, it will not
be matter of wonder that he should incur expense, and take ime
trouble to make their value known.

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