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V T .' i, ' fawning. Brett t April 2a.l
:. :M lord-l lavcu TitisTaafoV
zr m informing you, that by lett'eh -,teceii
.CI this day r from lord Carysfcrt and fir
jramea Craw ford, the com ts of Berlin i
Copenhagen have determined. re-open
the rirers of the , North of Germany, and
that all veflels whatever will be alloed
to navigate thofc rivers without inolctla
I lion,- ;
';' " I beg your lord (hip will have the
goodnefg to make , this intelligence as
public as ppffibte inHKeity y ;1 - -,
f ' I luye the honour; to be) ket ; -
r -; .- ' y- "-Hawk sbuky."
v The eazette account mentions, that
- lord Keith fubDdfed a general Attack
to have taken place on the 15th, bat the
tr .u r .t ... .1 1
jr.icm.ri iy uiae wai noining dhi ae-
monftrations. exceotine the attack on
Aboukir, the. refultot which the enemy
have not ftated.. ..... . .
1 1 is alfo reDorted. that the whole nt
Menou's army has capitulated. This
- reus ontne autnonty ot a private letter,
leeched by a moft refpecublc banking
houfe of the weft end of" thefown, from an
EngUfli 1 gentleman at Naples Tlie.leu
ter cae by way of Dover r
SlrHyde Parker, ' it is 'now confi
dently ftated,-has been recalled from
' the command Jof the Baltic fleet, anil
' lord Jelfon has been appointed to the
-'- chief tojnmandr I I iHor d fhi jf1ia7We
' believe; entertained a willi to Teturn
to England ; and accounts from Co
penhagen, received yelterday, ftate, that
he had requeued" paflports from the
court of Denmarfor Hamburgh, but
wc Drefqme the new arrangemerit which
has been made will change his lordmip's
dettination. The St. George of,, 98
guns, his lordftiips's flag (hip was the
only line of battle fliip remaining off
Copenhagen, after the" departure of fir
Hyde; Parker for the Baftic, which took
place on the evening of the 16th. Many
circumftinces are fDokcn of refneflinrr
- the conducV-of- the Baltic- fleetwhich
'we deem.-of .'too delicate a nature to be
publicly dated at prefent.
Private accounts from Paris flatej
that- the utmofl difcontent prevailed
there at the conduct of rear-admiral
Ganhcaume," in confequence of his not
having perfifted in his attempt to get
to Egypt. Upon the intelligence being
received of his having put into Toulon,
Buonaparte fenr ofF a courier irrfmedu
atcly, ordering him to put to - fea the
moment he received thete orders. Gan
thcaume did not obey till fone days
afterwards, (the 19th ult.) alledging the
bad condition of his (hips, and the da
mage, they had fuftained in the voyage
. from Breft t and requeftcd an exami
nation into hit coodud. It was reported
at Paris, when the account was brought,'
that Gaotheaume returned to Toulon,
which he did two or, three days at'er his
failing; that the chief conful had imme
diately fuperccded him by (he appoint,
ment of admiral Brtiix to the command.
. , . May '"'' ' ' .
Yefterday morning advices were re
.ceived at tlw foreign office In Downing,
flrcct, from lord Carysfort, his majef
ty's mimfter at Berlin. They were
brought to Haiwkh byan extra, packet,
in 4Lbour-i ni J?nixhaven,torthe
fake of dilpatch, the captain bf'ng dl-
1 reftcd to make the nrft port in EtgUnJ
he could reach. By the fime packet
the Ev: India Company received a'Jif.
patch. from Mr. Took, their agent at
Conftantinople, dated the 4th ot April,
of which the following is an extract. It
was rofhVully communicated for the in
frmaion (if the public : '
CO N STAN TTNO P'LE pr il 4.
.On the 2id March, gc. Menou
ort bis march from Raihmanie, with
looo infantry & 3000 cavalry, wa de
feated by gen. AbercromlSie, with the
lofs, of 2oo killed and . 500 prifoners.
Our lofs was 100 killed and 1 200 wound.
ti 1 among the latter, generals Aber-
crombie, Moore, Parker, and fir. Sid.
ncy Smith. The enemy was purfued
, in every direction.
" Aboukir had furrendered, and A
cxandria was fuppofed by lord ICelih,
if not taken, to be on thu point of fur-
. rendering. The French cavalry, in the
flile of Mamelukes, attacked the
Englifh inlantrv nith all the impetuofi.
!)' peculiar to the Arab cavalry, but
ere defeated in every attack .
Such are the contents of the bulletin
which wa fcnt into ctrcii!ation ; ' to
Jhich we arc fortunately able to a3d
fome other particti'rs that may be de
pended UDOn. . Sir Raloh Ahrrcrnmhi
- 1 . e r. . 1
"nug Kiiiit iiwra ins ipici ijjai .ge
Ineral" Menotx was-on his Airch (rdrh
Kathmahie o relieve Alexandria, which
Avas raaiked by ; our army? ialTembled all
the forces he could fpare to Attack himr
Our! army was inferior to that of tjie'
French, particularly in cavalry; of which
we lead oniy, eight hundred. ; GeneWl
Abercrombit had alfo . be'en obliged q
ieave a ftromg garrilon in Aboukir, w hjcb;
together with" the blockade, of Alexan
dria, : reduced 'hy numberstoj; between
eight and nine thou find men.' kU.a i
r-: A-dilpatch was alfo rreCctved iom
tord Elgin, Rating' thatthedefeafixf
the r French i afmy was ! complete, and
the purfuit contnued when tWiadyiceV
were fent off. The lofs of the! French
in wounded could not be eftimated, but
it probably exceeds the 'number of the
(lain. ' The name of General Parkei'"ia
men t ioned in t he Bulletin f rom'the I n -dia
Houfe, but this is evidently a4 mif
take, as there is no fuch ofKcer. It
was Lieutenant Colonel Oakes who led
thereftive.. The regular and derailed
.difpatch.es; from Sir R.. Abercrombie
have been fen to England by a routed
in oraer to inlurc a certain and fpeedv
TO Bt XEl4.
rjpHE commodious Houfe, Stofe ind
cellar, lately ctfeupiedby Mr. A
lexanddr Thom-s Browne, ftmatrrl nn
FronNflrett & corner of fiwan's Allev
n rr (T. ...:n u .1 , I
puiuiuu tiu uC given ine nt ot Au
cuft next. For terms iddIv to -
XffftycriPtrt have nccivedperthe Three
conveyance of this-fort unate in'telii(cnr
A ftrongjdetathsnent of ihe Bombay
army is reported to have landed at Sue'
The field of battle was about 20 miles
frbrn Rathmanie, and 70 from A!ean.
iimx : h ''-
An Oration will be delivererl n th
4th of July, aMa o'clock, in the Church.
Dy ine .ey. ur. oolomon Hailing,
. Consisting of . ':';:
1 ' C loths
t Kcrfev meres,
Mtnchami, tambourerl. ran. k.i.
andprioted Muflins, Chintz, Calicoes,
Mullin Shawls: Cottnnan rk:..-j. '
C.meU Hair do. Dimity, Muflinet,
Ninkeen, Nankeenet,- Men's Silk Hofe
Cotton do. Men's fine HaH-Boots, Do.
Shoes, Women's drefs Sandals, Do.
Kid do. Do. Morocco Slippers, Brown
Holland, Cotjoo & Linen Checks, Mar
feilles Jacket Patterns, Men's coarfe &
J!? Has Women's do. Durants,-Sha-ivp,
Moreens, Platillas, Bombazeeny
R)mbazet, Madrafs Handkerchiefs
Umbrellas, Parafoles' nr.r, r-'r.-
Loaf -Sugar, Chocolate,- Sweet Oil
m uitarJrKTh.vnrFolk's", i0 bv Ta
Pott of Wilmington. ;,;
Entered fmce th 6tU t..
- . lUIIVl,
Sch'r. Geres. Weft. - P'hnviiAn
Sloop Viaory, Sutton, do. f
ling Attive, Hunter, ' do,. v
-. ' CLEARED. : ' -
BiigOldmande, Folker, ' Downev.
Sch'r.-Two Sifters, Bell. CaneFranrMc
Slo.p Silly, Filh.r, Surinam'
bch r. Ceres. WcIL rK,ri.n
To the Freeholders of the
. Couniy.of New-Hahover. y
HAVING been repeatedly honored
with the confidence of many of
you, evinced by a decided majority in
my xavour at .your pall eUaions and
feeling a confcioulnefs of having dilli
gently and faithfully riifcharged, in the
belt manner I was.able, ihe impor ant
truft confided to me, I come forward
agaiq without any dread or apprehcu"
fioh of havintj Iq'X that confidence to of
ter my ferviccs to yon, In the Senate. '
ALEXANDER D. MOORE.
Celebration ot the 4th of July.
.HpHOSE perfom ia the Towfl of WU
"I mimrton an J r virlnlrv i,r .
tached to the csnflituiioo of the Uniffd Siatti.l
tne ucclaratiooot Indcpeodertcc, & genuine
principles i Republicanifm, a:e informed
that a fubfcrip:ioa it opened, at Mr.
Beaufort' Hotel, for t dinner in tele.
branon of that day, under he management
of MelTn. Langdon, Dean, Howard, Tube.
li . .
J-"r,.w 'u. vvinoow uiais, Faints,
quality, &c. &c.
:4r'. A l p),
Jarge afetmcnt pf Dry Goods
w Tin and Iron Ware.Giafs a'nd Earih
en Ware. -
Claret. Wmes, French Brandy, 4th proof
Holland G.n ,n cafes, , Ditto Jamaica
Rum, Windward Iftand ditto, Cherry
Bounce, Wine Cordials, Havannah Su.
ga r , - Mu fcovado ditto,- Coffeer H y fon;
Souchong and Bohea Teas,. Copperas
Coarfe and fine Salt, .Wine Bitters, Red
a Si1' nruvian Bark, Steel, Powder
and bhor, Bar Lead, Hair Powder, Po
m.-wum,;6i, 8d, tod and 2od Nails, Of.
,. v w i uiiiMiirc va
to, Morocco. Jockey CapS SitinBea.
ver ditto. Habit Glo
Artificial Flovvers. A variety of elegant
01 r,' ' ooin r0, Morocco
Pocket Books, WrWng Paper, &c. &c
UMlfEDSrATlS Of AMERItA,
District of Cape-Fe ar. -
WHEREAS, Benjamin , Woodsy
Efa. Attorney of tho -I
States for faid diaricl, has filed his li
be! in this Court, fetting fotth that thea
Colleaor of the Port of Wilmington,
hath feiaed as forfeited to the United
States, one hoglhead of Rum, configncd
to lfaacks & Levy, imported into faij
oort "'of Wilmincrton.. 'nnrKr.A-:ij 7
with a legal certificate, and alh fix
bairels of Brandy imnofterl int .k-
port aforcfaid, r in the fchooncr Wil
ton, Enos Williams mafter, unacebmpa,
nied, - alio, with legal ccrtificmrc ...j ,
in faid libel praying that faid Rum' and
Brandy, may remain forfeited to the If -.
nited States . .' ' '
And his honor, the Tudpe. havtno
pointed the 6th day , of J u ly next, to
near ana aetermine the lame libel at
Wilmington in the Diftricl aforefaid,
This therefore is to give notice tA all
whom it may concern, to mnnr
time and place aforefaid to (hew caufe
wh the oraver of faid liheh (hnnM nn
rbcranted, and 4 degree of condemnat
ion maae tnereon accordingly. !
vakl l UN WALKER, CVk
une 25 2w. . .
1 A OI
By order ot the Wilmington Republicio
L. A. DORSEY, Sec'ry.
N. B.- The fubferiptioo will be clofed at
fun fe; on the ad I day of Jnly ticept to thofe
who way come in town after that time,
June 251b, i8o't.
F O R 3 A L E,
MY HOUSE and LOT, fituate-n
the Syuth fi fe of Dock-Arcet
Tertns purt calh, and a rcafonable cre
dit lor the remainder. j
' RICHARD KELLY,
O K SALE, '
640 acres of. Land in Bladen
county, adioinlng the Lan4 ol Colonel
Thomas Brown. ;
.301 acres on Ilarrifbn's creek
,A Lot in Campbekon (FdV
ettcville) No 23. ? y :f
i A Houfe and Kitchen Vtfc-
eral Point. V r' 'X-
: . also, ..v:,;;1
A good Waggon and Gears.
For terms apply to ' t !
ur in fin asitoci
to Samuil BluJ.
The above anir!r h 11'. .L.r
edonthebeft terms, and will be difpof
ecrof at a fall advance lor Cajb or n,.
gotuble Papers. - J
' ROWNE 6 HALSEY.
J2mngton, May 21. '
n o rrnr
THE fubferiber having at June
term, of New.Hanover county
Court, obtaineJ leMers of adminillra
tioo on ihe eHaic of Mr. Malcolm Mac.
kenzie, decfcd,late of the town of
Wilmington, in tilACnnt, -.-u.-
hereby gives public notice thereof, and
rcquefti allpcrfons indebted 10 the dc
ccafed will make rnrru -bm.. -j
thore who have any claim or demand a
gainft the eflate t,f his infellate, will
pleafe apply for-iiquidationnd payment
thereof within the time prefcribed by the
aft of Aflembly palTcd in the year nbg
entitled An ad to amend an art em?
ucu an act concerning proving of Wills,
nd granting Letters of Administra
tion, and to prevent frauds in the man
agement of iutelUtes ertates' in failure
whereof the fame will be plead in bar to
the recovery of my fuch debt or de-
H. UROUHART a;
Thepcrfonalellate of the deceafed,
eonfiltini! of Lumber. t
Negro coopers, Books," wearing appa
fe!, ice. kc. will be fold at the Court
Houfe, on Wedntfday the 8th day of
July net, (if fair, oiherwife the next
louowing fair day; at the elual cradit on
HlTblmion or Uopartnerlhip.
iic ceatn 01 Mr. MalcoUn Mac
. : kenzie. havincr Ai(nlwA ik. r..
OtHherfhio of Kf.lv,tM Kt.rV t.
tnd.C. late of Wilmington, all perfons
inoeotcu to lata hrra- arc requelled to
mike payment to the fubferiber, the
firming Copartner, towhnm &liYithr
having claims againfl the Copartnermip
win pieaie appiy ioradtullment and nay
mtnt. , D. M'PHAIf
surviving copanner 01 the Fi
of Malcolm Mtcktnjit&(
I Juae 35. la. .
of the third inltanr,. the three following
.uuca irviit. roraam-reale, about
2.c years of age five feet ten inrh hut..
light complexion, fiout and well tnatfd.
uunu Niojiucrca, nas nad his right hand
tnpch hurt by the cut of a fword, which,
hascaufed it to be withered vi-rv n-r
tibly he is a native of New-England,
and has failed a Captain of a veficl xut
of this oort for MhTVc. t mA-n
M Candlefs. Alfo Ebenerer Saunders,
late Poft-Mafter at George.Town, in
the ealtern (bore of this itate, about t
years of age, fit feet hiah. HnrV
cxion,-thin and iSpare madcr has'a"
fmall blue fpot on his left cheek, let in
wnh India ink, and has loft bee of hi
upper foreteeth. ' William Donaldfon,
alia Wm. Van Bond, about 2l years of
age, five feet fixinchcs.high, dark com
plexion, lender made, has a (harp thin
ace, with fliort black hair : they all
have a variety of clothing, ; wlHch rend
ers the defcription unneceflary. I will
give two hundred dollars to any perfon
that will deliver Fordam Pcafe to me, iR
the city of Baltimore, or fecu re him in
any goal in the United States; and one
hndred dollars for each of the .others,
it dtlivered or fecured as aforefaid.
Alfo, made his efcape at the fame time
refer binn, a Frenchman, about 41
years of age, dark complexion, five feet
5 or 6 inches high, much pitted with the
imall pox, thin and fpare made, with
remarkable black hair, which he wean
tied. Twenty dollar J. will b paid fof
apprehending the above Sinai; or fecu
f ng him as above mentioned.
, JACOB MEDEARY.
Uaoler. of fiilfimnr rv.,n.
J. f w VVUUIT.
une 2C-m 8w. '
RAN-AWAY fron the fubferiber in i&e
Dale of Ceorria. onTTi- nk f
IaP, iwc negroei, ISAAC & BETTY : they
m.m uu'u uvui iwiui. vaioimi ma nave beec
feen on ihcir way tack Ifaac Wai omrinallr
... j vlj w fiiniiui tuner wno iivea
in Uamofon Count t-Camn (tin.ni
..... . . 1 -...-vv imig t
WilauniTo ; he wai broufbi inm iK.
of South Caro!in by a Mr. Henry Cannon, ;
na there fold to rerfon k K.
Munfon. from whom I Darrtiirl K;n.n . H-
wai onginally the Droprrty of oc John Wety '
whom Die faid lived on Nt-r ' toi" .
tDCM.gnr 01 jeue M'Call, Efa. of ihit ,
n.u Tfjr uftcij me unow ttout f feet 10
iitbeibighjaa or J yean age The wench
a very Hjom and remarkably ,wt!l Bade, his
itn impediment inker foeeeh. fr. .t
yean or i-lLe wt flolenolTby tb fellow
he baa a free wife in ihe neighbourhood of
Mr. Tucker hit former nifler. m
bably.wdl atrempt to pif, u t free man. Th4j
m. V.. 7'" ,,,a ? "7 Pr
will deliver the raul negrto to the Irller
of Saannth (Georgia), or one hundred M- '
lanionave ilea coiuned 10 iroat, is any
good Ml. either of ihe Ctaport Twm oi
iKa iVift linear !r
mediately given toe by port, tk letter to be
leni 10 ine vmntj JVaBiceIf they
(houtd b lalten fcrintcly, the rtward will be
paid . the rats of two thirds of h icfpecfi.e
fufpefl Ifaac carried off B,.y. fr ibe' p,.f .
pofe of raaVifg bet bit fl.e, and lhat h. t.
felfsti hi. free wlff , temo-e to Virgir.;!.
TA reward of two Sunned iod fifiy dollar
will.be ps.do aejperron who will profecu e
to WMfiaion any . wbi.f perto-"Ii)id b'aiv
ben-g ibtm. (JJkN.
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