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casehefchould have Uken the poute by Bel-
lar.o nni Picvo' tii Cadorc, t5' reach Villach
an.l join Prince Ch tries at 4 Leybuch, The s
GViteral la Chitf had left the. residue to the
army at thslso ;izx under .General Dulttsme,
nn.l proceed-d himself ty the Piayevto super
iiuknd the movements which , he had or-
' dt ml to be made . -, , ; '..;,':. .;
Lieut. General Si. Cyr rnanoeuvere3;,to
....reconnoitre -and; impede tli'e enemy ; he for
med a column froja "the divisions,. .Regnieiv
i .sccjit and Verdief, and remained himself
(tCitmpo San Pielro, wit h the Polish regiment
.covnjianded by General Veyri. " Gen.. fteg
nier a Navale bad orders to. march, oil the
Slth.at day break to - Castle Francfe' CThe-
' enemy, perceiving their dangerous situation,
commenced the attack. They precipitated
themselves 04 the division Regnier, who rc
ccived them with great bravery and soon,
threw them into contusion. I hey returned
sereral times to the .charge, but Were, always
'."opposed by the same bulwark. In the mean
airne0eut. Gen. SuCyr made a movemenj
Vith the Porishreghn'ent, St turned the enemy,
It was now nothini; but'a compleat flight-as
f kr ha Cas:le' Franco, where our troops arri
v.iJas soon as the Anstriaijs. All. irTat'hadr.
tut either been killed on the field of battle',
or t.ken prisoners, offered, to "cn'pitulate.
6000 "' infantry in 1030 horse feil in to 'our
h umls . which were many more than we had
opposed to them of effective m- n ; but they
pjretived, as the necessary rebiilt of ourar-"j
riiiiemciin, that their loss would be inerita
hi. General Prince nbhan, yho command- '
e l the corns, several colonels, and rrianv o- i
t'iei" officers, are among the number of our
prisoner 6 colours and 1 standard, ,1 2 pie
ces of cannon, all. their Damage waggons,
ami an uuntnse quanmy oi oaggage, are i
the r.'sult of our 'victory, Twostandards-i
were lo-.t on the field of battle .We have :.
t- lament the; loss of 100 iiien in: this enr
" fPjeoient ; and h ue recovered the garri-'
sua capture-! by the enemy at Bassa'no. j
A corps of Croat'", which it is presumed
- m.idc p.trtol the above column, re mains, at;
the gap of the mountains ; ,and jt will be',
difficult for it to escape tis; the ''rnea's'ures
W'lich havvi been taken, ensure it a similar
fe. " ' ' ; ;
The General of Brigade Lacour i at Vil
la1! ; he is pushing his advanced . pots to
Clagcnfurth, and is endeavouring to open a
communication with the Grand army.. .
ThjaJvanced.guar.l under General F..png
n: nukes fresh priviners every, step. '1 ."he;
mid, of Idria and Ley bach ere covered with
itsad horses, blown up ammunition 'waggons,
. .and t.iousan:! of scattered cannon talis.
C-ip'ain Weston, cf th Sch'r Mariner,
f in :v. B:.riholoni;ws, informs that an ur-
- rival at Si. CM-thI-m;v., hadbiouht intel
Ji jcn.i.' of tl.e British having. taken po'.ie
siuiiuf the l'Lu Kiver. This seems corro-b-iMiuc
of the news, lately published, of
their t ik'rif U-icno llvrt.- This town is a
bout fii y ir -lclVom the m juih of the l iver
iU la Pl.iiif, i.uitt:inab!:.iuiirul(t;ouiMry,and
is x Lce cf cuiisiderj'vle tudu nod great rich-
Cipt i'm IIltcjKr.x from Currscoa. iiifurmt
us, that on lli'e C'itli Jintiary, in the Mona
I'.i rr-, ls. W31 bordc I by three French
line .ii battle hi;, who were waitim; f.ir a
ieif!:cfnieht of U bail of thu liue-Juoy
had t.i;'ured and ."then in low, the seb'r
Ja n.s Uiiojc, Wihnn, fVorth Carolina.
.C,i,t.;i' Co"k, of the brig Industry, who
ariifc.l ycsterdny, in' 57 d.iyi from Mar.eil-
I. h iu!'..rnis, thstlhe diy brfure hekft that
b'ry, arciu.itjvcre recti vrtl from the grand
fn.tiui FrA.', tivlii(;dctsils of the action
c.lU.r t hut of the thrrJ F.mpcrors, which
bt ijed, that thj French were completely vie
tori mm. He brouhl no newspuptr. (."'p.
tain Cjo a !Ji thi wa the turrenf
n:sijf tho day, and that full credit was gir
xn lu it . . .
NOrtFOr.KrFrb. 24: ,
Cr Cap'aju Fcrufon'i Picker, wf hive
rrcivcd the n.'timyfe pspen i f Kiiiiy,
til! tn?y contain no ar'icle of Kurnpcau
tllichcp, h that we are Hill in fuf.
pi ifeaity the f irilter. cpeiatior.i ol the
. t:ijiiJ.f.n.!.-. Oir itadcfi willrccoUe.1,
t in o-jr lai! it u tlaie l in t'e article
wh'ch w coni ;J from lis Rj.'llr.irt 7tlf
'iur Mr, Adarni, whrtfu.l arrived
:m Lib , nad ftcn ihs i.(!icial buHe-
II. .1 - ,ie Kiench ar tir, wh'uh vuni.'n.
c tJ.carc.Mint u the defeat c the allird
aiP, f.ifr-i.drri r the UnfTunV de. We
r'Uive hy fibfcquent pjp:f 10 that
;. i we copied Mm, that Mr. A ljmi
i!i litf ! th'.r if miVt lt cnnl Qt J, for
''. 1m f.jj ml faiil that It fjw the ofli.
-cial Ultrfii.,1, and ht noihinif which he
..Ii1f.il 1 .1 .f .
...1 duinoriiej men an an;nion.
I m.is it tor rti mi( thai if,;, imvrtant Jn.
I timaii.Mi i-riii U9thc authority of 1 LU.
N ti rr pmt. f , '
iriuiixcrox, T .
tu us day, micnu'itut
Jmmi'4 G. WUt. rq. it rfHirrtnl
rn,Ut i.fihe IJa.kofCafw..rcar. in place
.f (.eorje Hooper, Kj. rcwpicil.
. . ,
tetht t.iil9r ',,.., 2.
VciriUyv l, H f.mihe 'n'.e tu
fn.1ii the commrrrial iiiiciToute Ixtwrrn
the Uint(dfUsiittdrtniflpftt bftbe !
"land of StvDomihgo,' passed its third fearing.
iu this .House, "4 , 1 enclose, you a 'statement ;
; shewing thy. amount of money disbursed iu '
each year on account of the Navy. This
statement shall appear.' in our neif. Np
. thing has as yet Wen done with' the tesolu-
,tions on our tables, relative to British aggie's- '
jsionpa our commerce. . '
..A- ship called theTLeaider, lately -wiled -.frqm
New-York ; "she iwascleaced but for' Ja.;
.quemelj.but, before she sailed, suspicions a-'
ro.e;that she was intended for" some other
qviarleN Ttiose suspici6ns :'were made known ''
to our government, whicli "instantly dispaich
ed orders tov pre Vefit bier sailibg,- liut Ijefore'
i tlTey arrived the expedition had sailed -'It' iV
said that gen. Aliranda 19 on beards and it if
probab'lelhe ship U intended f6r6uth-Ame-,
rica. This business is taken lip vei y seri-'
t busly, a it is generally belie vedjhat the funds '
for '.carrying it on havc'Tjiem furnishd bv a
foreign power, .who would not be averse' to.
see, us emjrosltd with Spam. -
,.''...-,,' - - iCarplitta Gazette, ' "
DtEfj in tiiis Town on the 6th instant, .Mrs."-:
'Christw Causet wife -of .Mr.-Charles GsTuse
.'.We liave been favoured with a communica-.
tioiv on; the death of Airs. Guse the publi
cation wliereofi Unavoidably -deferred, until
' POUT OF. W ILMIXGTOK. A
' L."rEB.E3' .'; f '
tilarch .3, 'Sch'r John '. Adams, kewis, St -Thomai,
with sugar and volfee, to Gau
tier and Co. .-'- ' ; .. - . v '
4th, .Sch'r Betsey Jc Jane, Ilamraond, New
Sch'r M.ornbg Star, Eiijlaod, CuJfttupc, .
'. .ballast. .,
Sch'r Jeremfah, Brown, ; roston :
Gtli, Sch'r D-enancp, Rf.c.rril, , . MartinicV
8th, Sch'r Mary, Hatch, . NeAv-Yoi k
Brig Joseph, Dudley, ; v ditto
Maj-fh 3, Brig Margaret, M'Intosh, St. Vin-
,' . ' cents
LShip Roy?.! Charlotte, ' Brown, 'Flymoutli,
aim a milker, -
5th, .litis Decatur, Jones, " Philadelphia
Sch'r Betsey, Tufts, . f St. Croix
Brig Ar.jjus, Adar.Ki Providence
Ship Attivt, 'Oterbcrsr, , ' ' . Plymouth.,
61I1, Sloop Buwtkin, Wheeler,' ' St. Croix'..
Sch'r FrieniUiip, O'Brien, Barbados
Cynthri, AlJy, . Nassau, K. P.
rth, Sijh'r Milly, Camvron, Philadelpli'u
Sh.'.pJucki Smitlt, ' ' (lauduloupe '
Sch'r Ann, Woodsk ' Halifax, N. S.'
6th, .Sth'r Aiiiora, -f.ee. ' New York
10th Sch'r Mary. Pear. e, St., Bartholomews
Sch'r WiUum; Pratt, . "New-Yoik
A'jss.ii, .V P. Ftb, A.
Extract cf a letter Horn Vatliui'a Island, di-
" ted January 9,
. A shin cams oa shore here the 29t!i of
D:c. bottom u4i-loaded with lumber, of
which iu(u j jcet and some shingles have Lsen
saved. One cf "Mr. Ware' itegroe has
found a ;;old watch and chain the seel lu
0 H. cii'ravid on it no puper n board,
Our iiiformant (uppObijtg a naia on htr
Htm) has neglected to write it.
Hit. Cts. vis'. Cf.
JIACON per ICO lbs.
.Cotton per lb.
Corn per ImisUI,
- .Meal do.
Hour per barrel, new
Dittoper half barrel, new
Lumber per M. ...
W. o.ld.d. sia-cs,
n. o. d. . Jo. do
W o.ld. doi nuh
S!iin-!eper lyOO, .
Mo'abe per RalJon
Bum, W. I. pr. g. 31 p.
-J tm iica do. 4lh p.
1 N. IU ' do.
Tar per barnl,
;" ;;: INSURANCE ' 7
Against Loss or Damage by Fire.
JOHN MAYNAR1) DAVIS, Aei.t
forithe .P.hce.iix jConjpany i-f London,
cemtinues to make Iufurauce erTBuildings',
Merchandize, Furniture and Ships anj
Cargoes in pQr.t again ft Jofs or damage by
"Fire, at his Office,'' No. 36, Eait-13ay,
Charleflcmj South Carcliri'a. For parti
culars enquire of John London, . Kfq
Wilmington. .-- .....
. JsqVM-. DAVIS, Aent, be,
'XUrUjftn, Xjt March, 1806. T -.
' N;.B. Letters to the Agent port paid.
du)y : anfwfcr'ed,:- and on jeceipt of Pien.u.
utrj policies will be executed and for war
dedas ditecled, .withbut-olclAy. ? '. ,:
' ' ;' 479 5m.
L 1 1 Hi 11 m : ii . ' 1 ' "T ' 1 ' 1 ' '
A Liiilc Act by a Little'llocl;. '
ON the night ot the Fire in this tow n'f
af 1 er crea t ex er t ioif Si bcine nin ch f j-
t ued nd Very thirflv, fetsiig fome i
I, n!. ft .A'..:. :-"-Vu-; n.-j.--. . .t l1- i
loiitdto John Caihorda, I afkedjiis cletk
' wi.o' was .(landing near,' for one; of tliein,
which I took up," but not being able 16 get
the coik oui, I lail it down' again and
went: away-JOHN CALJIOtlDA has
fiuce wananliJ r,it fur the jfald. bttiU cf
IFint, and-on ihe wth oi his clerk oi-.
tair.ed a judgment for Jtt lu;o and aa ".
half cents. . . . . . ' ' .
HENRY TAYLOR. ;
Wi,'mingropr March nth, 1806. aw. .
TpMIE u()scriber hai oa huid remaining 1
.iuu(iBknnS iiiijjui lauuii, i.icii wci e
luid hi .011 the most advantageous terms at
Liverpool, and. which hs h disposed to sell
low'.' ' 4 '' -'- '' '; ' -
White lead in 'kegs of 14' S; i23
Ute. Yellow 'Paint do. H Sc23
.Spanish Brown ido. It Je 2.? "
(irecii Paint in Pots cf lb. ' "
Window Class, 10'by 8 Jt 12 by 10 in half
boxes, 1 -.. . . . .. ... . i.
Putty in bladders of 7 lb. each.
Hook t eye liin-es 8 10 12 lj 13 30 in-
Njil-.,.1no! drawn 4J, loJ, 42.!, 23d S. 30L
I'loring brad, . . -.
Broad axes, falling and club do.
Carpenters Plaints, well assorted,
II.it 1'L Hiiuren, raised joints and others,
AND QNlLtfD .
olT other importations an assortment of
Hard Ware, Paint, Oi!, he. &;c!
Wilmington, Maixh 11, 1603.
IN ccnfetjiienceof the Lcsiflatnre having
by h ACi l the lad f-djon repealed the
Acl palled in the vear tCco, iJUcdin the
Trulleci of the Ui.ivctfitv of ih cfcheat.
ed piopcrlT,"itic Board of Truflvei enter,
.id Into a ttrV!uiinn, directing their fevcraf
Aitornici to notify in their rcfpecli've t'if.
tricls the fiM tepcaf, , and a!fo t give
public notice if the ii iingncfi in I leuli
i fi ul ilut Hody 19 enter (mo coinpo-,
rninvi fur allprnpeity ul.ich has been con
fidi-rrd as tfeheated anJ claimed uncr the
oiijira) c'unaiiwn i f tU Legidatine
All fi.funf thetctorc who ite in f ofTef
fjrn of, cr tlaiin, prttpef ty .f that ,!cfiily
lion. Iniiiie in the d,:lii'l if Wit tnlnif.
ton, arc hereby ac.oiJing'y poiint J, of the :
rrpfil Lo,irt r.lioi.e J, aid art hereby
further ir.l.ifnud that the fubfcri'.er or the
Aiointv and one i f the mrrrbcri r the ,
Curd el Tfuftr'ti.i fid J flfifl, wil ie.
Cilve ptc prfitioni for cninpri miff, nj
ii' irc ot;trr frrm
ai I urdinatnei til U F.oaiJ w the fub-
J. G. WRIGHT.
ni for cninpri rrnfil, nj j
rm! tri tclonj;r c to the I
rr J m act upon Tub pro. i
!jr to former iifuiMml
Wiicr.irgtcn, Mtrch ii.t8v6.
may be in want of Dl prk's new in
vented PKHIIVLUM SCHXKM (tinder a.
tent) ran be supplied by applying to Joihul
Pott, Wilmington, cr'toJohnC. linker near
The Screens are warrsnted ti sift Xlmtj
hundred weight per day, m.ikiivb' a complete
separation cfihe 1-bui, Small Hire, Mtr
clunttihle' Kice, and rouh or l.eid Hice,
.with the l.l.iurcfiine hand.'
liny will be fii.i-.hed in Charleston com
fl.te in all the part, und delivered at eiilier
place above mentioned, fur fifty Eve dollars
each, the purchaser paying the freight
They will be so marked, and accompanied
by, such particular directions, that any per-
ton of ordinary copaciiy will be adequate
to the tk cf fixiiije them frr use. Ti e
simplicity of their cointritction, and great
durability, together with the immense tav
in cf manual labour, and the mote prif.ct
clauninj; of the Rrain, renders them a truly
.valuable acfjuisiiion to e.ery Hice Pl..nUr
..Iheyi ci Ut KWt a(rtt'tnfl tharge i f one
doiLri.be rendered so frr fuithcr useful as to
answer tle purpose, of a Kr.iiHo bcakKK,
which-' srjuratea the rooi;!i from the ground
Kice before il is put into tie Mortar, and cc
catiotwl a great savipjj cf the crop. .They si
so my be allaihed to any common pound
inijoiichinc. Persons wishing to have them
to Itecrl will p'ese apply a above, and leave
adcscripiioiicf their machine, which biir.3
made known to the piopiillora, the St rem
ill be furnished in such a atate, and with
aurli Instructioiih, us will enable any Mill
wrinht to put them in opt ration.
Charlcsttn, 7xb I cbruary, I8CC.
- 47s I2w.
Nuliuc ?s hereby given,
'THAT my wife Mar) Wood has abnond
ed from my bed and board milhout pro
vocation. All persona are therefore for urn
ed Utbourihg or crediting beron my account,
"as i am delerininfd Pot to pay any debts the
cuy contract from this date. jl .
.., . : John worri
; . W ilrninjHAo, febmary ih, 1 nod. .7 , iw i
To Lease on gentrou ierni,
AIxi adjiihlnQ Mr. Jac Hartinan aou
Dutko'.rtct. ApHy t.
, Wilmington, 5ait!i II, tj.-JS,
rVllV, uSv.riter intending to leave town ia
- hUw wells, ii.furmstbe jbik that fit
iinow.tltii u the temaladfr o l.',s tttcMivt
attotimcnt of Ury i'nxU, , adir Put
cot, lurcah, at the store of Mr. UUVtci i i
1 lont itrrtt. .
, GEORGE MTJUDE.
V..lmin5'cn, March I.
Books' and Stationary
For safe at xhe Prmltn-OJice, WJlinington
TltJilKET on the New Testameiit
riM Family and school Bibles t
Prayer Books,' elettknt andTbmmonitlnn
JBlair s hermons, New whole duty of Man f
Sermons and other practictl W'olk of tho
Rev. RJ pit rikine, A. M.
Thompu'a history cf Christ wilh'lhe lives
of ilni Apostles And their successor fot
-.. JOO vt-ars after th rrtiriRvlr.!-.- - ,! .
J , VI uviUAIUtl .
Boyle's Theological Works, '''- : " '
eautie$ ot Watts. l amily Instructor J; '
Zimmerman on Solitude. Pilo-i im1
Boston's four fold state of Maa , ' ' . '
Tracts, Sermons, kc. on important i'ubje'eti
-Th I'KHicliin II-'. 1-. I '- '
Ihe sincere Christian's Guide hi the choice
of 'religion ' -.
ir. H. I. Hf . ' -r i " r ..1 ; '. : .
The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist "
Episcopal Church in America "
Cdlvinistn and UniversallstiV contrasted
Theatre cf Cod's judgment
Poor Man's Help and y oung Man's duido r
-Methoilist'hymiu and spiritual sofiga
Wimvini, 4iuniiic Tk. ;.,.,.,i.... '
J I , J '-1 .. uwfUlAI
Tha Naked Truth, toncerning sprinkling of '
Infants. ; , . ''.- 1
Fartner Magazine, American Husbandry,'
1 ne jumor encyclopedia,' op Cabinet o,f Gt :
. nenil; Knowledge, being a Dictionary
A Hi.,: ' l ''
rlsi-Scieiices, and polite Literature
iton's, Sheridan's, Jones's, Bailey's and
rlnlick'rf Dirtintiaiia f. .-
BLir's Lectures, Rollliv's Belles Lettera J-"
Kaime 3 Criticism, . Sheridan's Lectures
Kcid's Essays on the intellectual and active
power cf man . . v
Burke o,n the Sublime and Beautiful
.SlitriJan's Elocution, Duncan's Logic
Coldsnulh'a Greece, Ditto England
Hariis's Hermes, or a philosophical ennuirr
. concerning universa,! grammar :
Morse'a Gazetteer, Adams's Geography
Silzman's Gymnastics for youth
Gibson's Surveying, Ferguson's Astronomy
Palcy's Philosophy, .Nicholson's ditto
Stewart's Elements of the. philosophy of the
Huttoa'a Conic Sections,'" Simpson's ditto
Ditto logarithms,- Elemtnu of Euclid
Ddlworrth's and Jones' Book-keeping
An easy method of working the PLin nj
Sliding Hides, for the use of Architect s
Fcnning'a Ready Reckoner, or Trader's use
Murray's, Lowthe's, Harrison's and Web
. tier' English Grammar
A Key to the Exercises, adapted to Murray'
Murray's English Render
Orator'j Assistant, Enfield Speaker
Scott's Lessons, American Selections
American Preceptor, American Monitor
Voting gentleman and h-dy's Monitor
Hill's Amhmatic, Catigh'a ditto
Yoimg Man's Coropanifrn
IH i-l.t' Geography in fjocstion and answer
PricUey'a misctlt.cous observations relat
ing Ij eiaicatiou
Burton's factum on , Tern education onl
Aikin' Letters finm a father to his son, oa
. various topics relative to literature and tho
conduct of life
.West' Letters to a young man on his first
entrance into life
Wood's Mentor, or the American Teacher's
Assistant, Female Mentor
Letters to a young lady on a variety of useful
and interesting subjects, csU ulaitd to im
prove the heart, to form the manners and
Senacu'a Moral . - ;
Baron Haller's letters to hi daughter on the
truths of the Chriatianllrh'gion
Moral Tales, Bbosoms of Morality
The Boarding School, or fassons from a
Precepirtbs to her Pupil
Elements of Morality
Falle of Mora, Queen Mali ' ' -s
Gay's, CrosalP and Dodley' Fable a '
Primers, chap book, tcpy Slips
Bbytr'a and Nugenfa French and Englitji
'and English and French Dictionaries
Cicero Delphihl, Vitg'.I Dclphinl
- Cordcrii Collojuloium Centuria Selects
Eutrc p'i Hiktonc Roman Brctiaiiunt
Cornelius N'cpolis ' ,
LUmetiUry Introduction to the Latin Craw-
mar, latin Grammars, New French do.
Chambau J'a I tench aod Lnliih Lxsitisci
Roliin's Ancient HiMory '
Gordon's HUtory of the American Itevoltt-
tion, RoUtUon's Hitory cf America
Snowdun dm j,
H ame's do. of England
(ioMirnith'a do. of the Earth aoi
. . Animated Naturg
Sporting Maganne ,
F.say n Commerce, .lVlinijbrwA's Tracts
JrrTrn'i N'-ttsoii Virguua
lWlfuid't llittory of I Nnco
, GilTord's Rctidriiet in do,
Morcau's llittnry of M.Dt.rr.lngo
Tra1s of Attath.ri,iKefoui gtrln Crrrrt
1 Wa Trsvtli in the it !e rior d.stria cf A&
i.ci, Dambttgtr'i do. L,