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JPUBUSHED (wEEUt) 3Y ALLMAND HA LL-VVLSB AY ; 'FEBRUARY 18,' 1806.
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5 jlf ARLESTOM, Tetnlarj;i "
1 :'V. FOREIGN NEWS." -
BY the arrival,- last "ef ehing ef ttvd fast
failing ship Independence , Capt. WaIkkr,
in 38 days from Greenock, : we havel been
favored with Greenock and . Glasgow pa-
!ers to the 23d December,. from which we
lave made such extracls as time would al
low. - ' ... ,,, i - ', ;' . , '.
The French army entered iehHa on thief
13th November.' and levied very heavy con
tributions. On the IHh, the French undr
Gen. Mortiier, were defeated by the .Russians
..under. Gen. Kutusow,' between Stein arid
.Veifskirchen, with the loss of 2000 men.
Capt. Wright, who was said to have des
troyed himself in the French prison, is still
live. ' Lord Cathcart left. London ''pec.-9,
to take the command in chief of the British
troop's on the Continent. The Duke of Cam
bridge has left England for Hanover, having
been appointed Governor and Commoner in
Chief. The Austro- Russian-army defeated
the French near Slapanitz, after an action of
2 days. The country people are; every
where breaking down the bridges, to prevent
the retreat of the French. . Lord Harrowby '
has informed his government that the King
of Prussia had ordered 140,000 men to ad
tance with the greatest rapidity to Bohemia, '
In confluence of Count Haugwitz having
failed in his mission, which had decided his
majesty's conduct. The King's equipage
left Brrlin 3d Dec. for the army, and he was
expected to join it on the 1 1th. The Aus
trian Royal Family had removed to.Tcs.chen,
except the Emperor, who gallantly fought at
the head of his armies. The Russians, who
are continually joining the grar.d army, fight
Vith the. most determined bravery ; the win
' ter climate of Austria is delightful to them ;
and,-while their enemies arechilled iii'tbeir
operations by the ice and snp.wxihey are rier
red with the glow of genuine patriotism, and
feel not the coldness of a climate milder than
their own. - The "armistice which. Buona-JmtJb-proposed
has been spurned ot by tha
Austrian s,i,vho have bravely determined to
conquer or to perish beneath the ruins of
their country. .The Archduke Charles was
at Wsrasdia, in GroMia, with an army of
90,000 men. The united army in Moravia ,
is estimated at about 200,000 men.
Lovdov, December t.
In addition to the intelligence brought by
the Hamburgh mail, we are enabled to lay
before'our readers the substance of most im
portant dispatch-s, received this morning
by government from Sir A. Paget, bis Ma
jssy minister to th? Emperor of Germa
fiy; thfv are dated O'mutz, the 3d int
The following is the official bulletin circula
ted by government
Government received lst nlijbt accounts
dated atOlmuU, the .11. by which it appears
that a general battle took place on the 2d, j
between therrench and Austro-Ruksun ar
tnies at Wischati. 1 l.c centre of the latter
seems to hatve met with gntat resistance, and
to have been repulsed, but the left wing of the
enemy were defeated with confide ral It- loss,
by'the ri(ht lngof the allis,under the mm
wand of the prints Lichtrns'teln and Pan
gration. . The Emperor Alexander mm
mandtd his trtjona in person, and displayed
the inmost bra very. . ,
u Tie conflict seems to1iae been of the
most obstinate kind, ani to have been sus
tained by the allies Jo the most exemplary
wanner. Tht bnsof the French was im
mense. The Messenger who brought this
Intelligence left Olmn'a rwenty-four hours
after the biHle, and relate that, at that
lime, the losses cf lie i rerr.y were reported
to be much more ceniderobTe than those of
-the allies, who' still 'maintained their posi
tion at Wivhau.
M Acconnts have been this day rcre ircd at
the Admiralty, which left Hamburgh two
day lacr than the Messenger who arrived
from Sir A. Paget. These accounts state
that several skirmishes took p1cc between
the allied armies and the French, fi-ons the
tih of Novcmhcr.to the 2 J initan', whin
thry came to a general action, In wMcli the
French lost i7fi(JO n.en and kll their anil- 1
Urj. That the French relreateJ that
Jjuonaparte was woumled thai he Udpio
ohi! an armistice, which was rejected.
" That tha Prusiiis to the amount of
140.000 men were in motion. That the
King of Prussia hud l.innrtf taken the com
mand of one army, and the Duke Bruns
wick el another.",
The accounts received &t the Admiralty
were transmitted by Admiral jiaJlowy,'whi
Hated that a Llruttnant of the Adamant
was on short at Cuxhavtn cn fxtturdy last,
where accounts hal been 'received from
HamburfU two days later thn tht I'tira Mr.
Kaye( the mciscnger, passed tbtouh ifial
city, i Hating that the battle had been entire
ly in favour of the aRIe-trmt Buonaparte
had becntevtrtty wmimltd in the right arm
ind it was thotigbt doBld Li obbiftd to suf
fer amputation. The commander of the
l iercer gun-vcs-cl, arrived fmm the F.m,
ive an account tf what be belr, similar
the abore. All tcoutil!l owe ttr, a;rte
i. i. ;.. ..: . V.f ' . i..t ; ' . . : ...
that the battle was fought on boto sides with
the greatest obstinacy, arid chiefly wVih' th"e
bayonet. The Uuisians expended . littje
ammunition. The Carnage was immense.
Tne-Empcror Alexander was'missing fof
tfbftut six hcnirs during theptionj and no
little apprehension was,. entertained, fur his
safety. ,He was at length found fighting a
mnng that part of the trpops which in the eiuF
was worsted by tha French centre. - It sva
with much difficulty he was. persuaded to re
tire tb a quarter ;Where he would be exposed
tales danger, v-v
The number of our Sillies is stated at .sqven- .
if thousand, thotigb the accounts of the nuta-bet-s
in letters from various parts of Mor-.
via, befdre the battle, say they 'were 90,000.
The number of Btlonaparte's army "is stated
at 80.000 ; and some reports ay, that nearly
27,000 fel,l on each side, while others "make.,
that of tire allies only 15,000. - "
H is probable 'that'th battl'iviH'. sobh be
fjllowed Cyariother, and it may fairly, be i ri
fe rml.frovh the French attempting nothing
for twody. that they had suftured.'verVe
verely, and were not in a condition to' risk a
fresh attack. i: That there would be. aftother
dreadful cnga3en.i(;nt ficfote Buonaparte was
subdued Is manifest. We may, be allowed
however, to .indulge Iht most sanguine
hopes of success.' The Prussian army may
bs now expected to be soon at tne fit Id of
uclion. While Mr.-,Kaye, passed through
-Berlin, news of thts battle had been reVivq.d
tliere-vAr council of Mate' haidj been hld,
and th? Prussian army,- liQ& Istrong, had
aotuallv begun its march into.Hbhemla..
. Tins Emperor MwaUfler, as, we have al
ready 'Mattel ws 1,11 the 'Jii'ikest and hottst of
thc.'battle he animated the troops by bis
courage ; he inspired them, vi,h the, utmost
enthusiasm, by the manner in which he exj
posed his pet son. Every one who knows,
the affection.' partakingfascntimentrof
adoratibn,, which the Russians feel for their
Sovereign, notwithstanding the lies in Budi
napsrteV bulletins of their aversion to .him.
Never was tint affvCiton tnd adoration ctr-
ried to4 higher pitch, than when the Ru
sian troops saw themselves led into battle
by their btl jved Alexander. They advancsd
to the tharge with shouts of triumph, with'
incir own national songs, ar.u wuii nuzzas.
1 he Lmprror Alexfinder is a most noble
ahd commanding figure. His counlrnanre
inspires confidence and love; open, tnarily,
and affable. The manner in which the Ras.
slans received and made the last attack is'
described us having been tremr z Iqu?.. Af'tr
a shtMttime cannon were of I 'tie use-in '.he.
ctntre, for the troop fought at the point of
, ; i '
P'mutz, hfc. j. Ycscrley a great battle,
took ,hce between 'Uv coiiiH;. cd and French
arniie-, in the vici ii y of t'.c illaees Scli-
hwp-witz, K'im'.iiti, and Chirnitz, not I
.. r"..l. f... i i. ... ... . .
litr i!-ui;i iuiiiv which lavcti u.i 'o-r.ay, ann
was extrrmtly bloody The issua is stllW
VHicjr.cictii, Rna ail the accntiiits rtcttveJ
, here ret oh mere rtpoit- t)Ur fortress, in
the mean una-,' hat bet n put into a state to
Maud afticgt, ai!.I tr.c Royal family h:it re
moved to Ttschf ii.
Th? two En pnflrs tre with the, army.
Vc wait for more circunistautial particulars'
r Accotding to later account, the hat
tie has at lj.t been decided in favor of the
Austrian and Russian army with whom the
Victory remains. .
ftlin Dec. 0. In tlie course of t ester
day and the preceding day several' couriers
arrived here with dispatches relative to the
irreat Kttle fought in Moratia on the 2d and '
3d in'st. Mtwcen the Russians ai d French
armies. But as the accounts received j-tst
only on verbs! reports," we have lunhing cer
tain on the subject, except that a. scry lunr..
derous battle has taken place, and that the
tmpcror Alexander fought wijh inuscri
table courage at the head ol his guards. ,
This great Monarch did not spare himself,
but led en his brave soldiers into the heictt
of the fire. ' ,
"The first day the battle wss extremely
bloody. The Russians had missed their
wsy by which circumstance the French'
profited, a"d fell en the Russian centre
which they threw into disorder, and the
battle continued with various success till
On the following morning the battle was
renewed; the Russian left wing piessed on
with rndiscri'inble bravery ; the Trench weie
entirely defeated, and the Russians return
ed to their former p)'iion near Attsterrthr.
The lots ia lYid on loth sides is estimated
at 20,000 men.
Prince Pangratlon distinguished himself
in a very eminent manner.
This is all that is known from the couriers
that hate arrived here to-day.
JbVoti, Dtt. 4. In the battle on the 3d
the Russians, I y the impe tu ns attack of
the French hJ lo't a prtr-f ihtlr artillery,
but towards evening gcntrM iiutuow
ttok lh artiHery, ansl tcscusd the greater
part of the pTiwinar.
On the 3d tha lu!e was rer-ewed, and
the fittunt of arms declared in favor tf the
cmliticd artnjfi wl.uh rvtumtd Its posittca
rear Ansterliiz, and prepared for a new at
tat-kmi the ath.
' Victory or death, was the Word in the bat- ,
tie, which was one of the most bloody in -modern
history. The contest was decided
by the bayonet and the sabre. ,
"Tim Russian .guards under the grand
Duke Constantine, fou'ght with the greutest
bravery j the Austrian cavalry likewise con
. tributed greatly to the deLision.of the battle
on the 3d.' -.- . , ,
' - Charleston Teh. 8."
The .ship Avcricl, captain DtxosTj arri-"
Ved yesterday imOrn'iig, sailed from Rotter'
d;n on'ihe 20lh of Decembers Captain D.
brought no papers; but states that the re
ports iVo,m the seat of war were, that there
had been much hard fighting and that Bno
tiaparitf, in the battle on the 2d December)
had been slightly wounded in the arm. The
latt accounts, however, were, that the French
troops had been successful! - ''
.' Captain 'Decost, fui'nishes One important
article of information, which proves, beyoitd
"doubt, that Prussia has taken part -In the way,
All the Prussian merchantmen in Rotterdam
had been htittd iy the Dutch government ;. and
accounts were "momently expected of the
Prussian troops having struck a blow.
" : ' Ttmtst
' NORFOLK, Febrtlftry 6.
We bfiVc accounts by the brig Wheeler,
Capt, Betsom, in U days from (iuadaloupej
arrived here on .Tuesday, which' 8tatef' that
Six sail fJ Bt-iihh line of tait.'e ships and d
number tf frigates, under the command of Ad
mirals Ducfovorth and Louis, had arrived at
Etrbadvts on the 2lh hit. in pursuit of 14 sail
ej the line which made their escape out of Brest,
lite French must hare taken some other route,
as they hriS not arrived in the West-Indies, tvhen
thf Wheeler sAittd: '' -' ' "
Stale of Nof Ih-Carolinal ? In F.cjuit v, '
District of Wilmingioii.J 'Nov.terui, 1806
Daniel Morgan, 'bj his Guardian,
- ' . ' L ' vs '
TK this t?tise, it appearing to the court that
i the defendant is not an inhabitant of this
state, It is Ordered, That unless the stid de
feiidunt file his answer within the three first
days of next term, that the complainant's bill
shall be taken pro confess k heard exparie ;
and that this order be published- four weeks
in tlie'.WilmlngtOw. Gazette.
Done at my office in Wilrnington, the'
6ih of February, 1 806.
EDWIN JAY ObBORNL, C.k M. E'y.
Y ILL BE SOLD
- OH the twenty fourth of March next,
THIRTEEN Negroes; also two Brick
Houses at the corner of Front and Princes-streets,
to saliyfv an execution in itir
lunds, Donaldson, MMillan It' Co. vs. John
Martin.' Likewise One hundred cfifiy acre
of Land, to satisfy an execution in mv hand
Administrator of J. Portervent vs. w'm. Uc
vare. And a piece of Land wherem Robert
Ornsby formerly or does at present live,' to
;iy an execution in my liai.ds Rogtt
Uore vs. said Ormsbv. '
R. KK A GROVE n.Sl'ff.
' .VilmingtoiH !'tt-1. .
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Bank of Capc-Fcar.
THE Slnvkhnlderi of the liark of
Cape. For, arc hereby notified, hi
the third irflalment cf S'ock is doe ami
f'ljablt at lb Dahi on Tcf-Ny the 4th
Much next On faibiie of payment tile
(lc U ihe'prcvioiis payments made there
on t fotlcitcd agreeably loaded incorpo.
. By Orr'er!
70.V HOGG, Cnjlitr.
totHFeb. ifit6 Ii U Hat timet
BWHM----B-' SaawtM-awtW aaBM-iBWWMt-MWTafeBwaBMMBai
Dank. of Capc-Fcar.
RESOLVED, That ill pet font deal,
it g with this Dark jinder CopaiK.er
fliio Frrm. 'in which the ranrei cf all
i thf partners are not I ptcialty' mentioned,
it lhali te incumbent cm the peilont l.
nftrg a Fwrr, 10 make snd fign in li t firm
link tj th Bank declaration cf the r
fon or peifom comj'tfing the fame; nJ
all the partners cf futh firm, rrfident in
Wilmington, (hall be required refpedisety
to rnake and fin firnilar dcc!aratient a a
frHcfaid of wlilih public notice Ii hereby
tlvtn by order of th board of Dirrcltui.
JO US HOGG, CaJhUr.
io'h fib. 1806.
- : NOTICE.
TTHE. subscribers intendiog to leave thia
A state in a few months, request all persona
indebled to them, either at Fayetttville at
Wilmington, to make payment on or before
the first day of April next, so that they may
be ' eniiU'ed'to settle the demands against
them. : Those who fail to comply with the!
above request, may depend on being legally
proceeded against without respect to persons
Those who have accounts against them
are desited to present them for settlement.
DAVID Sck. CAMOCK.
Wilmington, February loih, 1 06. ..
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Very cheap for etisli.
PHE subscribers are selling dR' their ex
tensive assortment of Goods at redurtd
prices amongst which are Ship Chandlery,
Cordage," Groceries of ah' kitids, Flour, Shiri
Breadr Pease, Beef, Bees Wax, Tallow
Bills Gil Glasgow or London, by
' ANDERSON V JOSES.
January 7( '
Will be SM OH the 20 A February text,
THE Brick House and Lot in Market
Street, now occupied by Thomas
Gautier, to satlsly an execution in my hands
Trustees of the University. against Blanc
and Martin, h .
v li. SEAGim D. 5;,;.
January 1 4. V
Fresh" Garden Seeds,
Juft received and for falc by
t JOHN WALKINGS & CO.
Vyi1rnii)gtoi), Jan.-20, j8c6. -
r'I"HL fubferiber is now opening at tlio
X Oofc ci" Mr. James. Dickfou Front
Slrttt) the following gcods which having
ptircbafcd for ready money he will fell., -wholefJu
on the lowest terms viz.
One bale anchor DoiiUs
Two fmall boxes 4.4 fupcifina IrifliL'tn
liens, '. .
A few pieces Plains
Do. while Hanncl,
Do, Cotton Bagingi
Do. Boxes Claret,
Two CliciU young llyfon Tea,
Vv'ilmingtoh, L)cc. l, ib'oc.
In addition to the 5,ie-, the substHbcr has ra'.'
A more general assortment, "
as fALm 1 - . f
SUPER FINL Cu.tiu, Con-rn o.
Sanldowii?, VcUercty, b-pifne
Ciicoe, Common do. Half b'.caJ-ed Intli
Liner.s, Bio a n do. Pocket Hnker
chitls, Madrafs and filk Jo. Cotto.i lira
ies, Gloves, cVt. tVc.
All of wt.Kh lie will fell frr approved
Notes at tja daystif i Ij4,tcr iur Pl0.
. GFORGE M'BRIDE.
VVilmlriob, Jai.ui i6, 18 6.
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. A great Bargain.
A VAtUABl.t iiact Of LinJ inf!,fl
Cot t) of M'4'len, cont.ining CI40 a-
,vic., on the notiiucai: f.ie rf (lie fNiirth
welt 'f "Cpe-Fcar, i-eiity mdes below
Fayettevilie and tllitcrn abovi Elizabeth'.
01 v filch is a r.ew drilling II 1 fc nearly
tn.sQicd jo by 38 teet incuul.tij f'f'ani '
Fiarn, a.Uoiy ). an laU Iih a
Kitchiii, fiiiukc Hoi.Tc, Uc. '. It is .
well fttuated and ttjuul in Icrtiltty to any
Tral cn the Ilinr.
Four Idindrrd acres bark t,rnd nearly
jotniif( the above i'ef libcd I'r.O, wb'uft
ahonndi with l.ighi wotnl lor 1 ar and
Fines lor Turpniine. Itsrge (or rattle
and Logs at ibis place, is nearly if not
tjiiite at nod at any in ibe (late.
A further defcripthn is unrecetTarjii
ir any reif.-n inc'lncd to purclufe wrmty
ptcviotiily wlfli 10 fee it. The price may
ie k imts n by applying to the lol fcribtf
rmibe prcntifes. Cafli nt llrgrnes will"
.be liken in ajmrn'.'ind podeiTion si
en any lime previous to Ihe fit ft day ol A
Jsnsry iy, i8e6. ...
A Journeyman Printer
WHO is qualified Us perfittn the p-ieti-cat
duties of a Weekly Newspaper
Oce. The sTtvatiim to a man of w4iriitv
and rWterd cctivct, will be easv, ernf trtrhlr,
ar.d prnancnt. Al.LMAM) il,(M
Wilmington, S. C. Jniry
Si e rift 's Sale.
Kill It SM, crt UuJsjtht llfi tf ttlrva'J
1 Lot in tlie tout) of Wilmintrtoin
I V) TreM-nree!, S'i. 11, tiss'.'y n ese
' rtition in my lomd, lrv v'u ii.iib and o-
tbeis against the hib 1 J.mo Bcitd.
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