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. Wilmington, Nncmber 10, J 806.'
THE subscribers (in consequence of their "
late importaiipn from Ncwbury-Porf,
Boston and New-York,) offer for tale; whole-?
ale and retail
European an d India G 00 D S,
particularly adapted to the present and ap-
proaching season. '.".' ' ' - -;
Their assortment of SHIP CHANDLERY
much enlarged, and a constant supply may be -1
depended upon, with a liberal credit to those'
who may 'have occasion to equip vessels, ci
ther byi;an, indemnification here, or any part
of the Continent. . ., V V ' "
X Also, havin'sj established' a regular Packet,-'
k p'r "ketwien Ncwbury-Port )Dosloh!n4
this place, "they will generally have for stle.
almost eveVy article furrikhed by the Eastern1
States; ameiiifjirVany others nmy en hand, are
N. Hum by the barrel or puncheon, Pota
- toes, Onions and Beats in barrels, Furniture,
White Rope.White Pine Boards, Oil, Paints,
Sole Leather, Shoes and iioots, Cotton Bed "
Ticking, Tow Linen &c. with a considerable j
quantity Sweed's & able, bar.Iron,-, Gerrtnyj
Ozhaburgs and Ticklingburgs, Cotton ;B?g
.ging. &c. ' ; " v ' . .' -y '
Every description of "produce'w)lf be.akeri
in payment, more particularly TooluxoV Cot
lon Bees Wax Tallow and Tar.';, V v
Cash may be had for a fet! hundred Bear '.
Skins- . ,
Liberal freight will be. giyYn for . 300 tons
Shipping to load for Harbadoes.
. T 7GAUT1ER & CO.
TO BE SpLD-W ftr Cajb or Yung
. ' ; Nfgrces,
1 300 acres of Land about 30 miles
above Fayetteville on the north-ealt fide
of the river, a high plcafant fituation, on
vrhich are gopd Springs and a Grid Mill
pri. an excellent ilream, a f;ood dwelling
Iloufo and convcpienoiit Houfes. There
. it opf land cnoygh to wcrk ten or twelve
aaflc Hands. It points about one milt and
an ha'f on i he river. The low land infe
rior to nor e cn die river the high Ian a!
- veil a.ljpicJ to,vth culture of wheat and
tobacco. - ' 1 1 '
For terns ?pply to -' '- "
SAMUEL NORTH 1NGTQN..
November 10. it '
Jutftrilc is .tiw epening at bit Shft
ntxt it$ Mfjl tf Ar. Jtbn ClhtrdJt
in Ma kit Street,'
A uncial Aflortmen! of
Boots and Shoes,
- Awing which art
Lsdio'lacc paittrn Eiiglifh LM Slippers,
Ci'Iourec and plain Ai n'cm do.
Lcll b'uk and coloured Morocco do. with
and wittiout hceli.
Do. do. with co k foli, fuitab'c for net
wcj.lier, &c. he.
. SAMUEL METCJLF.
Nevtnitr 10. tf .
. Bill & Rankin,
"' J UTTERS,
RESrECTf ULLY inform tht Ir.na.
bitanti of Wilmington and its vicin.
, iiy, that they hive jufl arrived from New
York wiihan AlToitmentof themoilfufh.
iqnjSl ilAT, that could be procure.!,
confining ol Heaven, Calloti, Fell Mutj,
Zl'" J ,?"
. They fcaVe tjlea rsrt of the flctieccu-"
fled by Mr. Jimei Perin, fiddler, whart
tHry i Itlifptfecf be facnt at lie New.
'M j? ; llalireat'f tlriTaJ.
'WUr.iipitto'i. Host r htt to. tf
r ' lMriiLL,
Watch 5c ack.?klakcrfci Jeweler,
RC!?h'CTt UI.I.Y fcc.jMij.ui tU In.
!i.Mtv.!c WV.t.v.. -jtmn MtA ImI.
cimif,.;-r ttlfUly.ttmovtl mthebfeV
l.ftufchMtrfiiv 6 c J by Mr. Jor.oWiV
JUini, rv;ia w,cte hs (or (? a
tlorintl (ioWff Silver Wai'chci,
Jwt'ty,. !c. ctipiCi as.wlual to
rcpur G-l l !c Stiver Wajihci, Omit
Jtw.ifj. H train onWiuhci arear.
iJ Jtr ft jf) aca era wiocas i.r ru
Nofimbcr to tf
New t Goods.
CfTALHT JO??r. ti -! rm.W An
F.uropfnn ami India GOODS,
Adsjuctl totl't usvxv l.cH t oCrfs tol.is
fritn) inl.iht aM.t ff Cahf country
Troduct, (iatl4 terms ai can W (n;rclai
ti In lon. - , . .
JIViM'jtVM, CtJrr:i if
ILL be received at the Colleclora Of
fice in V ilminciton, until the 10th day
of. December1 next, for the building of li
Vessel or Schooner, intended as a Revenue
Cutter 0f the following -dimensions, ,viz. ,
length1 of Kecj forty thre fectf firait rabbit,
length of Beam seventeen fceV,'clpth of Hold,
six feet; her' Timbers to, be xomposcd of
Live Oak' and Cedaf. onlyV well seasoned"
; Yellow Pihe Plank clean of Sap, one and three .
quarter inches .'thick! for bottom, cieling and
ttecks, with1 solid Vtticr Ways of Yellow -Pine
together -with goodahd sufficient Masts,
..Yard and Spars necessary fdr such a Yes-:
vier t'tLe fitted for ct.rrj:ingiix Guns in the
WiittU. amt iilJ the iron work cOmpIeaU Her
Bottom to He-' Copyered, the Copper, com
posilicn.lioUs and Kails for the same,; to be
found, to the. builder, and, delivered at Wil
mington. t ' . . v . ' '
The whole to be fin:shcd in a workman
like manner, the deling of Uie'Cabin except
ed; and to- be dulivered at Wilminglon a
Rrceably to contract. Security for the faith
id performance will be required.
ii4'"r further Particulars' enquire at the Col
lector's Office. . The' Estimates to be sent
' 'Print. Store. .
lie thaj he has just arrived from Charles
ton, with an assortment of Locking Glasses
and Prints ,Wcather Glasses, Themometois,
Spy Glasses, Ppfcctaclesf'Microicopes, Maps,
Scissors and Penknives, Surveyor's Con-pas-,
ses.snd .Chains, Tjcket Compasses, Mathe
matical Instruments, Miniature Frames,
Pocket Hooks, &c tec. of the best quality,
which he has opened for sale in Dock-Srrert,
opposite Mr. Urquharl's and under Mr.
Wilmington, Oct. 21. tt.
THE Planta;'on whereon Michael
Samrfon, Efq. iormerly lived, on
Morgan's Creek in New-IIar.ovcr Coun
ty, containing near two hundred acres.
There are on faid Plantation about 36 a
cres1i?e Swamp under bank and ditch and
divided into wo field.; quarter drained,
an4 fit for the cultivation of Rice. The
upland is well calculated for a flock quar
ter, having a gcod range for Hogj and
Cattle On the land are Pear Trees very
valuable for ti e WjlminjMort matkefl
one, two and ilnce yean credit will be gi
ven. App-icaiion to he ma!e to the Printer
of this Gazette, or Samuel R. Joceljn,
Efq. A"on cy at law.
The Printer It authorifed to baiter the
rkote Lliu'i Icr young negroes. -
JAMAICA RUM 4th proof, remaining on
rna irem isie importations Jew cavks
for sale for cash or approved paper a.
'Wjfminfcton, Oct. J8 4t.
INFORMS the public that he repairs Tis
tols Swords and Guns in so complrte a
manntr as to render them cqjally as pood as
when thvy came out of the hands of the ma
pufurlurtr. WilmingtoPilN'ov 4. it T"
RnSPKCTKULI.Y acrpiaints the inhalt.
tants of Wilmirtfjton k its vicinity, .hat
he has taken the shop adjoining Mr. Jacolt
llanmsn's, atthw corner 01 1 ront aul Dock
Streets, ,T7hti ht hst for SU. .
WarrsMcd vlchct with and without Se.
rnj l.ttfdi, (.'II Scsls krys sr,l Chains,
Tar Drop. Hi rut I'ins,Cofnb o( newest
ftihtons, Potktt Iioks with lnirymrr,u,
Pistols I'Iaic.I Cfn-JJfs'uks, Sihtr Ihitn.
tlr.S;ik rii. lirarrlrt. If.
K. B. Chtks WstMira, in I Cmpsstts .
rtps.rta In tr.er.eit gunner, t.ftl.l tnd Stt
VfnfukVs ttk tltnt With tUlch'y srul int.
" Wilmington, Kcv. 4- tf.
A LL re tfn lt lf bird to ire FfU't of
t Uut'f Afhforrf, rcfid, are hcrt
, Ct rrjneftc4 to mile lrnmeltae eirmcnt.
nlHoftlo wkom lie fid E(lae is in
c!tbfd arc rrculfrJ fo rrcfent their a;
roo'rii ff ft'f atwftrJ wiiMn the lirre
l.mlud by law, mrntwift thry svi'.l tf
timd of recovery.
John Scott : '
Has retcived by tfii late drrhalx. from AVw-
York the following Articles, '-which' he vill
jell on the most reasonable tetjns for Cash er
' Produce i I " -
SUPER.FJNE, fecqmlAelaOic Cloths,
CaGmeres, patent Cord and fattin
. Cloth1, : . . ....;.
Waitfcoatipgs fuitable to the fealon, -Fri7e,
Fearnauht, Coatings, Dockings,:
Knapr Plains, Ketfcys and Kendai Cou
.' tons, , . . - . .. . . ;
Rofe Blankets ,7.4, S-4. and 9. 4,
Duffil ditto 6-4, 74 and 8-4,
Hup, : - ,
A har.c'fomc aflbttment cfvpUin & work'd;
Mi.fiin, : ,
Muflii) I jcfulker chiefs and Cap Patterns
Cot ton a .Id linen Cambric k, Catlicocs,
.Corded and diamond Dimities. '
Thread and cotton Lace. and Edging,
Do. Girdles and Triming,
Furniture Fringe and Lace,
A variety of RibbonS,
Flat and round flii it Buttons, I
Do. do. Bobbin, . '
lare . . ..... . '
Long Lawn, .
Lii.ens of a very fine quality,
IriQTand Ruflia Sheeting,
Diaper, :' ' ' . ' .
D-. Tabic CU ths 6.4, 8-4, 8 by 10-4,
STOCKINGS Men'i, boys' and chil-
Men's ami vcmrn's cotton andfilk, -GLOVKS-Mcn's
uhite & colored fi!k,
beaver and whitj kid,
Won.en's bhek and white picnic Glovti
Do. loi' white, tuck and colored filk
Do. fhort do. . do." , .. do.
Da. long bt.ver and l !'e kid do.
.Fafliioi.able fold Er hoop-, .
GoJ Brcalt Fins,
Lviio and braid tutilt flieU Ccmbs,. . .,
La. kt' Moroico Pocket Books & Puifts,
Colos Put fc.,
Flfhicnable fi k Watch Chains,
Silver Tooth Picks and Pititil Cafes,
Smelliig Eo't c.,
Cork Siell S! ec Button,
Men's, wctrc's and ihildren's Shoc5,
Womoj'i at.d chi-dn-n'a Conrtts,
A very general airortnitnt ol Hard Ware,
Do. Groceriei, and a vat let jf of other ar
He has received a confignment of French
Brandy, HvfonTes, and NegroShoef,
that he will felt lov for notes at 93 days
payable at the Bnk. of Cape- Fear;
Wilmrglorii Ofto'jer 28 tf
'TWILL be otTered Tor sale in Wilmington
W on tl.e 4 8th tf November ocxt, at
Aucion, fur Cash, a number of likely Coun
try hotn Slaves.
Wilnm.Uon, Octtbtr 28.
A. HALL keeps crt.Marv'y on land, at the
A btge Cilicttion cf BOOKS.
Amontfhith arc .Locl Cooks oLalmost,
f f ry kind. ,
B confuting of
LANK BOOKS at.orud.
1 hick fokt I olio,
Gilt edge Foolscap, fPArrtt,
Plain f'.o. dt. J
Pot, MatMe, j
illotting k Wrapping J
Ink Powder and QutiU oi the best qnalitf,
Shining and comroori Sand, -
Red and Hlack Scalng.Wax anJ Wafers, "
Some Charts and Seamen's Jtutrsls,
'Cyphering and Ccpv Hot ks and Coj-y Slips,"
' tlanks of all kinds in common use.
Q3 Wanted an Apprentice to
the Printing buslnessi Inquire at
" AUi pcfl Msttii tf tht t slate ef
d Pf iw liU Mill, Utc sfNtr-llano.tr Coun-
ly, drctiwd, art rvqutttsd la rdike pay
sntot, and (host La? ifig demands smt the
said estate art btrsby f lifie l topretrnt their
crowMs prtpfly aitsstrd to the aoUcribtr,
within the riod rccribe4 ty law, otbir
tisetUy wtllbe bantd cf recovery.
THOMAS CtNyAN, Adm j.
Wilmirttun, Mev. 4, UCsWlL
J 20 Dollars Reivard,
RAN away frotn the fublcribeir about
the firft of June lafr a negro womaa
ttarndd RACHAEL,:; fbe is fo well known
in this place that a particular defcription '
is unncceflTaiy ihe was formerly i he pro
pertjr of George Merrick, Efq. which In
duces mis to think fhe may be lurking a
bout hisplantattoh on the Sound; I will
pay the above reward and all leafonable r
charges for tbe delivery of faid negro to
me iu Wilmington. ".-. r .. .
VXiImiogton, Nov, .4,.
Pwamation of Outlawry. "
State of North-Carolina .
New-Hanover County. 3
BY Hanson Kelly S; Samuel UJond worth, '
Esqires t wo of the Justices of the Pee
Ot the said Count v.
v-4Yhcrca3 .complaint hath been tins u
mac!eto us, by R. Mitclidlof the-said co;ii,t ,
that n certain Negro Sive belong.n- to hiin,
named KachHel, hatli absented hw.clf fror.i
.her said masiei-'s servire, and is luikinr-'a.
bout in the Coiinty, coir.niittir.g muny acts
These are therefore, in the. nrme of tUt
sta'e, to command the skI shva I'acbatl .
foil!nv;th to surtenier herself :.nd' rctn.ru
home to htr said matter. And we do hen bv .v
also require the Sheriff of the said county f.f
New-Hanover," to mike diligent eeai th and
ptirsuil ofcer the above men'.ii)i;ed slave, and
her Wing found, to apprc!ien .l and securer
so that she may be conveyed to her said mas
ter, or otherwise discharged as the law di
rects. And the said Sheriff is hereby em
powered to raise h take with him such power
of his county as he shail think fit, for appree'
bending the said slave. And we do hereby
by virtue of en Act of Assembly of this stal
concerning servants "and slaves, intimstesml
declare, ir the said slave Uachael does not aur
render herself and return home, immediately
after the publication of these presents, that
any person may kill and destroy the said slave,
by such means as he or they may think fit,
without accusation or impeachment of .any
crime or offence for so tfoinp, or without in- .
curioe; any penalty or forfeiture thereby.
Given under our hands and seals this 11th
day of October 1806, and in the 3 lit year of
the independence cf the said-atate.
HANSON KtXLY, 01)
SAMUEL BLOOD WORTH, (Sesl)
Ten Dollars lieivard.
RAN.AYAYfromthfuKcribfr. crt "
South Kivcr Plao'cn County, a Ne
gri man ramrd TOM, a S!iy? Traker by
ttade, very blatk, rather fmall, fi?mmaf?er,
hast veiy upiignt carriagf, quick aik
and final I fluirt foothad on when lie went
off a pair ol Fhre-tooll. He was fien a
bout three weeks ago ini firj'l !n-i,
ingioWilmireion, wheie I fuf; tO, bs tti
g-jt n hoaid f4'mefrel. MalUisotvsf
le! ahI oilers are cantiored g auli irJ
bourirg.tn, hyirgor cairvinp him aay.
The above KtwarJ wi.l he )pud for
Wgrg l:im irl jil fo that 1 p-t bin, aiiit
in aHdiiion thereto a'.l reafonable exptnee
for bringing hici to nr. .
Wm. II. Ecatiy.'
Oflober a 1. tf.
Tell Dollars Hewanir
RAN awav firm the fubfcriber'on he
Hill of Nlay, a mgto man narttcd
JOHN, about thirty veari of tfc, five
Icet fix or feven Inches liiah, yellow c m
prUd, milked sih the linall pox, 1'iTf 1
a H'tle (though hardly crccivab'e,) ic
caHoned by hia thlh being broken !iti
young, fpfakt'Frrnih, which is his native
iaruiKe arl fpc:ki the Erglifh Isrguape
tolerable )tin, hat rather adovrnloik
look with him an oznaburgt fliirt ar4
truvkfeis with a number of other clothes.
He was (lopped on the rosd leading to Fay.
ctietillf, tut made Ms efcape, leaving all
Itls cloikci ciccpt ihofe ho had rn .it is '
fuppofed he in'fndi for Wilml.igtort '
where he will endravor lo gt nn hoant .
fume vcffcl as a failor, whkh bofimfs f t
Las followed and pethaps unJeidandf,
'Tl.a alota tesvatJ and all charges wiil
be paid for hating him fecured Jn any jii
ine (atr, ro hiltv Uotiari anf M rta
'fjnalle chargca will te oM far hating
Mfu delivered 10 ti t loiicnbrr, uiipg u
Sr.rrdiborough, Anfon Connty.
All msPeti of vclfcla an cauilr I a
gslnft rrccivirg f employing him vn
besrd thtir tcllcli, at lUj xniyhateto
aalsrer Int rootcornrrt.
Sottiborov;bMiy 54. i8c6
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