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BOSTON, Oct 31. ( .
..We have received,- from our attentive cor
respondent atNew-Bedfardrtbe important :
nd highly interesting toteJUgence which fel
lows: ; ' ' ' .. :
. . r V A'evf-Bedford, Oct. 28.
i SSfEBMED FBiaXDS, ' ' " .,
.' "Jfhiaay arrived the ship" Fame, jcaptv,
Howland, 16" days from Greenock to the. ow-
vett Joh.i Howlahd,' jiavlng erTofmedj her
fojrage from Norfolk' in 81 -days. No ship;
' news. Capt'. Howland has politely give me :
.the Greenock jdvertlserof Sept. 12, '1 5 and
19, which U herewith sent you." '' '
'-'li . ';
LONDON, September 15.
DEA Til OF MR. FOX. ..
At a quarter oc fore six o'clock on Saturday
afternoon this great and illustrious Statesman
y ielded his last breath, in the arms of his ne
phew, L'ord Holland.. HisdissoldHon waiso
gradual and accompanied by so .little struggle)
as scarcely to permit the raot anxious eye ta
au-rt:iir . tin. iif. '.' Hi a frif ikU IvJil At least
j . Ahe sad and rtttlanclioly consolation of per-
Jiad hcen prepired for the event by the gn
erring cynip'onVi of exhaustion thai had en
created, .for-'the! tW6 days ; preceding,'.' i)n t
i -Friday .- at tjWSf, the Physicians announced
bi n 'he appraichin dote and;, be receiv
ed it as he h,td done in the first in&ttmr.c, with "
that tim tranquility 'of spirit which was cha
ractei iiuic of hi nature, and which he tUkih
tain'l to thi lasf. .'.'.-. i
Mr. i'lix died at the very moment when
she park and tower guns, were announcing
the capture of Buenos Ayres. ;
.. Fio.are varioiis reports' as to who is to
aucc jcd Mr.. Fox ih the foreign department.
Amoa those mentioned are thehrquis
Wlltjsly, Lord Holland, aid Mr. T. Cien
, ville.. The lat mentioned: gentleman, it is
generally thought, -will be appointed.
It is- singular 16 remark the htalitv that
Vwiiuu va. aiw ouiuibu ia waiii-" mat aari
has spread ainon the leading rats of this
ountry within the lattwelrc mon'.hs, viz.
M4RQUI;$ORNVALU3, Oct. 5.
LORD NEtJSaM, Oct. 21. ..
LORD THURLOVV, Sept, 12. '
MH..FOX, Sepi 13. .
The onitur hits tated that the illness o
Mr. Fox, jxtardjd tLe . work of Peace. We
shall not be surprised when we look at the
atate of .the cput.inent, Vf.tbe . Monitenr shall
next state, thatMf. Fox's death has preren
ted its completionGWf.
The embarkation of tfoops for foreign ser
ice. i' Renewed withencrewd activity; '
It is rendered certain, that the Kmperor
f Rimia has 'not Tanted the ' treaty with
France. .... ' .
On the sublet of thtrnendln? Neociaions
wi'h France, we can ey aoihtnj; further,? n
than th..t Courti's art conjinually paitinj be
tw-.'e:i !'ie 'wo jj cr.ito:itf ,
T.'e ' tro'ipj wh.ch durnibarked from the
tran'.poVts at rymouth,n consequence of
Ad niral LV.ii' nquadron which was to con
voy the cxpodiiioi!, having been detached for
thf p'irp - of intererptinjr Admiral Ciiif
leiunvz, hav.- btenrr embarked, and the
transports are bunedi-Uly to proceed to
IMtnc uth, t j await the return of Admiral
Li ui. .
A Miiseiijer ta. the Russian Ambassador
orrivcU a: baifp.nt four o'clock yesterday,
i'h di- puichvs, from the, curt of St. Petcvt
b. t;l. , . .. . . . .
V'esttnLy morn'cg Mr. Rasieti, the mes-eni;e-,
ido arrived i town with dispatches
f-om ht. I'stcrslurRh. .. . ,
Last hibt a aiesener l:fl town for Paris, .
trith dipuchen to I;d Lu JcrdU. .
Mr. Rime, the McMrirvr. set of onSa--luVdiy
wVh riipatchcs,Co). Coptr'iiijjeii.
The remains bf Lord Thuro were bro't
to town on Saturday, and 'u it rjnectcd that
the body will lie iq ttate tn lie course of a
day or two.
The RutMan Minister, In announclrc t
the French cahinet,. the rt fatal of his matter,
ta ratify the Treaty r.fM. U'O'ionl derUrts,
that that minister hulcctrd mnrrh ttray
to tht fdtrs and instrutlittu trtii'th hthodrt.
vieri; but that in order to leave W poniUe ,
ieiii ( rrstoVinK pratr. ami Renrril tian-
q i'Ii'.y, uutricJ, the ImptriaJ mii.itry hsarc
scly-i otVei a to" make known tathi cabinet
o" !' Thii'Mc ries, il bans on wh'ch his
lmn-rMl M jsy willbe.rcasly to icrew the
tit i. uu m ; v that it, will depend on the
I'rc-.icli iover.inent,jij acript or decline lb
eq ially j j't 4iid moderate proposals whitb
re inai) to it . .... , ..
Ws bnv receive ! Taris papers to the llth
and D I'.ch toihi ISihintt. they both agree
in stAi;i. that ipn the utwa of the non-ra-tiikatioit
of l)'0bnl's treaty, the ulurn of
tht lrn;M from Germmv was countermand
led, and the Camp of Mu(Jm, Dtsf Paris,
, w ia etptcted to break up., AcimptorlL
reception oi 60.0.10 iota is prpsrcd at iaist
on the northern ft oat ter of lUtUiia, aitio
t!?r mifttiryinQvemeiUs and opetaiUMS , in
4f a'.e apjrocbinij arar. Private kl'ers from
II til. il Utf, thatlic PruuiAis Ata'isssador
ha I left the lirw4. 1'iocoiImj raannerltQw-
vej, io which, tii stataratnt is lutrvliad,
it accms evUeiLlbal tt rumaur of Suet t
tvMit.was piaulftuia llaUtnJ, aoJtaalwar
was eracr',y ciDected Utirn tkt fpua
try aid Franca, fht toet cf t'eaCI hart
wist diinitHhcd." " " .
CRSF.KOt K, Jtcptlf. !
Hinettr list, W,tt the ItatnbMrrh'MilU
hhkh srtra.dat arrived. Their on-
enta art .jTiporttwt.' Prnitia has bttn rlri-
I to ta such extrtwtlty, that unlets she' at
IcnjtWettrmiM v t rtklit tht farther lo-
LracUm:ati of Ffwcc, sis .uu tjArsH t
receive the Jmperialfan it grace, and sink
inl9 absolute vasuw,lag. -Russia holds a fc6m-
manding- position Sweden preserves her
,woiit.tjd spirit and AuUria seeras waitirigfor
An opportunity to rerenge tht insults she has
sustained. , - .... ' ' .
,t7 7 --PARIS,-September 9. - r '
The refasa! of th Enfuerbr1 Alexander to
.ratify the Areaty of Peatre, ah-eady concluded
between Russia and France, has not as . yet
been followed by the rupture of the negocia
4ipns between the French and En&lish plehi
petentiarics, though certainly according to
all appearances, they leave but alight hopes
.M'ace. In the mean time, as the signature
of Peace with Russia was followed by prepa
rations on the part of France for the evacua
tion ,of Ger-many.'to-the unexpected deter
ruiiiJiion on llitf part of the Court of St. Pe
teriJiurgli, which rejected a treaty which,,
had been . actaally. signed, has immediately
'tlcteruiinect the Emperor Napoleon to coun
termand the orders, for the return of his ar
my to France, where some of it had already
arrived, and the whole would have been soon
collected., Thi,camnof dluedoii in' which
the troops first returned,: were assembled,
acdyhichi a few days would not have been
siuTir.ietvt to coiitaiu the number of troops ex
pected, is auout to break up, and we are'as-
surcd' that orders have been trsnsmitted to
Marshal Prince m-rthier, Minister of.NVar,
and Maj'w-Gentt td of t!ie Grand Army, to
stop the return of the army.
DuPAoytu Exi'Losion at Malta. 1
. Letter from Ma'.ta received, yesterday, da
ted the 20th of July, nike mtntion of a very
disastrous event which happened at that Isl
and on the I5lh; A majiiZine, contuininsj
tii;ee hundred and seventy barrels of gun
p.iwdsr and 1500 .shells and grenades, blew
up. Near one tiioujand persons were killed
pv wounded, ...cnnsiitinjy- chielly of Maltese,
ru'Sfd5nt in the fort and its vicinity. 'The ex
tent of the mischirf in other respects, is in
calculable. The fortistlcwn heRrly in atonis,
and considerable-dimac'e was .ustained by
the' shipping. Tlic came of this shockint;
accident had not been ascertained when thl
account came away. '
TUh.bUAY, NOVEMBER 18, I8C6.
The rumour of Burr's treasonable desirns
in the western country, continues to gain
ground, and it is even said, that a council has
been held at Washington, for the purpose :f
entering tnto measures to arrest the colonel
. and his ussocialet
The honoraUf David M. Erskine, envor
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary or
nis nnianuic rarjes'ytn tne unttec: btates,
wis oa Monday received by the secretary of
state, ana by htm presented to the prcudent
oi the ciuied Mates.
On the same day, Anthony Merry, F.iq.
late envoy, extraordinary ynd minfter pleni
potentiary from the same co.ul, took his Uave
of the president.
... ' -Jiatienal Inielligenttr.
Infjrmasim from the H'ttttoant,
The Tut it aiuhentic accounts are from go.
v:ruor ciainrne ana general Wilkinson, c
c ms down to the 2 tin September. Althia
pciiod a:i anAar w expected from theo
vcrnorof thf Spanish province of Taxos.
wh'cli would be l.kely to determine the cetn
pttaio'i of the measures to be pursued.on tl e
partot il.t Ui 'a'.ei. h'ich doubt were en-
trrtsined on this bead, tiut the prepondera
ting opiiiion nv that a rrcourse to force
would be rendered inevit.ddc. In this event
we rejoice to say, tint there is but little doubt
for apprei.firvion. The Spanish fortes a-
'mount to a! ul 1500, while our regular force,
rcmurced by militia, will be from 1 1 to 1300.
The Americans were still at Nachitoches, U.
theSt aniards at Hayou Pierre hid;
. By authentic iiforrcation from tht Hava
Ttt, Rtfd 'oet.tcm'.er Zi, we ar advitrd of'
fie arp.i'iitr.u u of a new jutendjutn frotn
w! ich a ftvrb'e change in the cot.dct 4
thM tpvernmemto tie Uruted Statts rrar
ie csiiccuu. At mat imie, uram:a was
a id to have made c d lr landing, U. to It ie
imd omtf f.rojrrtsi in the ctomry towardi
Hanta Fe, whrre he hsd Uen jViued by 2000
oi in iniiani' ants i the r.itniry.
The rrchCU a lmiraf U ilkaari(f had get
l&fc into port with the Foudroyant, although
hurtucd under the guns of tit Mora by the
urif.tn inateiAnvon. . s
At the raiment of clciicg th letter tea.
Isir.ing this information, it Was reported that i
a bpaniih schooner, fca4 arrived at Balab.no,
ind brought accounts that Miranda hid had.
' ct;sgcmtnt, Kad lost about lOou mta,
and had retreated about 3i miif Iwt the
rtinrt was said U svsnt (onSrrnattuO iUi.
'Ktrostet, Jam. Sept. 30,
VonJraMl Vice Adrr'.iral Daerts bis
rvrrWeds Ittittfrcm Sir Richard J.Siratlan,
whih was jxit tin board tha Amlc u u.
. fcr Fvr fwifera, irrlvrd ctterdav, jak4 tn
R board iht Ctrk Sepurhtxt I, off lkrniu(?s,
vmranufi mat ais ao)uor.o ha emoun.
It'ri I very aavtre burrWani, ' rQ tht
l?lH AnriV off Ham adf, that dnpersfd
the wkalc rf them, 14 tha ohlf ship ia tins.
piy with Urn I ken was tat Triumph rf 74
guit, aht b4 lost her trtslnmstt and aptung
her firtmaat tht IfftiU tf T4 guns was
totally. ltnajtiL ard left In tht'tfiargw
(4 the Utcat't irtyait. ,!a rttsrato lit fait
I tf tie teat it tre snuairvn. Sir Richard It
' .aii 19 Late fctra t&t:f I;? rtr,t,
MARRIED, on Tuesday .evening the llth
Jnst. Mr. EpwAan Pwacii, tolho eelebrated
Miss Am h i Gut both of Duplin County;
"Hail wedded pair, forev'r blesty"
' May peace your life attend.
' And all the joys of Heav'nly rest '
if ''nj. ac ,kn lim ahall mA-
r, .WW. T "V"
v Died on Thursday. Jast,Mr. Samuel Mar
son, sait maker. ' .
. CUSTOM-HOUSE WILMINGTON.
Arje. 1 2, Sch'r Ann Eli ra, Rubles, ProVr.
,.; . dence, R.' I.
13, Sch'r Mechanic, Squire,
Sch'r Recovery, Beard,
, . '.. . Clkaesd - ' '
Sch'r Tryal, Barker, Charleston
Sch'r Almiraf Vutnan,' ": ' ' v Soston
14, brig; Suunnh, M Her, Kingston '
, It, Sch'r Ikt'.cy, Cozaens ; " Martinique
MICAS CURRENT Witutxcro. .
Lit. Cts. Llt.Cts.
BACON per 100 lbs.;
' : COMMUN1CATIO N.
, 50" 20
X i ,
io .. .
i ri a
8 10 ..
3i 40 .
Cotton per lb. '
C6flee per lb.' .
Corn per bushel,
- Meal do. t
Rice " '
Flour per barrel, new
Ihttoper half barrel,
Lumber per M. ,
W. o. hlid. stages,
R. b.'uo. do. do."
YY.' o. bl. ' do. roueU ,
Shin gle's per 1000,
Sttfcar per cwt.
Molasses per gallon
Rum, W. I. pr. g. 3d p.
Jamaica do. 4th p.
N. E. do.
Tar per barrel, -
, Town Taxes.
THE T"n Cnnm'trioncrs'ntire prcf.
fing for ti e Town Taxes, notict
is hereby gteftt that I am ready to receive
the fjme, at my Office in Piinccfj-Hreet,
and call upon all concerned to take no-
lice. ' .
;. . Wm. Nutt. Sh'if.
November 18. ' ' '
Bank of Cape-Fear.
"V TOT ICC is hereby given, that fton
L N and alter the twenty. fit :h Jay of Jan.
uary nex. OlftrU day wi; be on Mon
day, and Ditount tin) oq WedncfJay, in
By Of'cr of the D'redlnrr,
- JOSHUA POrrS, Cajhiirl
November i3. '
INFORMS his olJ Friendi and CuiV.
mrrs, that he has taken a Ihop iu
Krcmt Stfret, where hcr cion tt c
Saddle and Harness Making bti$i
' fie.n in all its various branches
lit batnitu tn land and ftr Ssle,
Men's and Women's Saddle, of the fir (I
quality, Ujrr.cifcs, piatiJ and common.
A handfire cjj'.ilment tf 7RUSKtt
MIlpS, 5.'.- t viLitb h vitilJtU
h'tvtmltr l &. .
A Tract of Land onlhc
SOUND, ei'hf miles front Ton. ton.
I lining about 300 acre, a fj'tiuing lands
.b.lorj-irtj; to Mijtr Wa'ker, ami is at
rleafant a h'ui'.ion as acy oa tht Sound
.r limTier rtfidcnce. -
rofTffr.otimiy be hsJ 00 the fiifUirof
January ceat," Api to
.... . .
KILN AKU LANUUUN.
November 17. tf
lie lJ of November lEc6, two
of SirppTon CoutJy. Isfi N. I'ctctfoo't
lainlinfi for Vllrnlni!ton on their wav
ii 'Wit ihtriftr, took up luodry Mavci'
hcaJinc W. Oik hU. ic bM. wl.ic'j wire
'foh!trihcfutrciibcr to Metfrr. VV.IikioLl
ico't U Lo. 1 h 2) dtd:ts k 20 cents
Aoy pcifon whocaurnaie it appear thst tit
riopcttf is his by tpp'yingto laijfubfcl'u
ler aoJ fayirg tlx cipctcsi, can Latt
tht prOttcd. "
; ( ; Tlipmai Grkliu. ,
Not. if. ' . ,
V For Sale.
.VALUABLE Planiaiion so tht
Nnb Lad Klvrf. adjoining Sotth
athintton. comaiairi tit hudieJ and
forty scrct, eat hMnf red td which Is u
ier got-d fence, tKt svhole sditrl it
cuhurtafCotf, Cotton K4 Klce. Theft
art on the t rcmifrfa fo!eiablrtco4 t)i!
Iipj I fox ft arvd ttintepieiit out houfd.
- . . . . .1 . t I- .
ror terms vppij 10 iit lUbidier in
WaCifbgton. , . , - -
No?, i5, 'f.
,: wli' '
The last jfcek of 'Mr. famine's
Performance in Wilmington.
r 1 "'HE Ladies.-ami Gentlemen of this
X place are.refpetlfutly informed "that
.Mr.,HANMt.E ivHl Exhibit nn
WtfiJitSDAY flVENiNCi Kevmhtr igtf,(
' ' Whtii he yviil give
A Grand Display of 'his various and'
Which never has failed in giving general
fati6facllon to the moil enlightened cha
' radlers in Europe and the rueuoyolis or
the UnitcJ S'atfs.
Wit. Ranr.it will entertain his fpefUtors
with an acl cf
imitating all kinds of birds &' beasts,
done Irom a l attiral enver of the voice,
svhicti cau.'.ot be acqiiircd.
It is a curious .fid that te? Htbrrwr
word defcributg 'tie VV'oinjn f'Eoc.or f.
hsvinga, famt'iiar fpiiir, finifiei a Vt-nrrl-
ioqoill or enc who lpjKi as .it from (ho
Ul.y. ' . '
It Is impcffible to give but a feint fb:tc!i
of what tvi'l hedor.v, btin too numerous
to be coirptifcd withintht limits ot auad
T commence at 7 o'clncV.
N. B. Mr. Kannic will jtrorecd from
hence to Fayeittvilk, and will derote a
fliort time i that plsce.
ALL perfons ir-dcbtcJ to iha efla'e tl"
Mary MaEai deceifec!, arc hereby
reqacfted lo mak; i;n.Tieiliaie pjyne;if.
and tlxofe to xrljoni the' fail eftate is in
1'ebteJ are requited tA prcfent their' ac
counts properly atfrfttd within tfic1 tiine
lirniteJ by law, ojjiervrife they will le
debarred of recovery.
RICHARD LANGDON, Ex'r.
Ntvembcr 17. ii
. Slicrilfs Sale.
ON the 10th day or December next, will
be sold at the Court-House in Wil
mington, a tract of Land with the Improvc-nu-ntt
thereon (SltKjp-Point.) 19 sstufy sun
dry executions, vs. Daniel M'Clammy. re
turnable to Jauuary Com l There is a gOud
houe wi:h out houses thereon, tmd t!.e hnd
ia of ait exc "Uent quality. A further descrip
tion it unnecessary as it if will known.
Nov. 18. Wm. NC I T, Sh'.T.
7lV. aubcrd.rrs leajMrttli.'.ly iidrm tl.a
. Inhabitants of VilTinj;n :i and iu vi
cinity, thftthey haveo.'iirJ a Shop adj i.i
in Mr. Curse j '1, wucie tney invnd carryinij
on he Tayl-Min Kuaiiiess,Aiid wiilbe thatik
ful for their Cuktom.
Ihoievrho tntf tl.i.ik pr. pT toerloy
ther.i tt.ay Le asaurfd O ut 1! -it i H
dont with neatness anil tl.t jirntc oiij..trh.
and in the lateit fasiuuu:. P. II. S i 1 I'll.
Nov. 17. ' tf. J. COLLINS.
- Wholesale S io:;e. -
7 iu!uerHerfrt hjt etevfcg an.!f.rj$r:rfe
tj tht Pallet rr lets yunti'jf
A very large and grr.eral Aa'.riment of
Dry Goods. I tartl W.ii r, I iats, Scc.
NF.GRO Cloths of farl&ns kinds, BUk. .
eta. Coatings, Flanntls, fl.aid ( Julh?,
Cassimvres Velverets, IMclseti. Tbrc', .
Mucins, Durants, Linens, Dimities, Ct.li
inancoes, Ribbons, ShaU, Hai.dkerthicfi.
cotton woolen and worned Kiof.lun;rs,Cmpti, ,
ld;ings, Modes, Sattins, ('.loves of all kindi,
IWdtiiks, Oanaburgs, taa:om, Cardl
ttals, Calticoc, Checks, Nsil,Itks, Hinge
Aniis Vices, Hoes, Guns, PtttoN, Knives
and Fotks,' Pocket Knives, Pcrknifcs, hris
tort, llaiors, Bruahtsof all ktoda, mill, crnva
cut and Handsaws, Filet and Harps UriJlo
Bill 1 and Hurrupt of alt kinds, Plated and '.li
ne! Haddlct, Carpenter's Tools, Shot, h.d
Irons, Scythes and Sickles Pins. Buttons, '
Paints and Window (.Wis, Fnhah Cvn Pow. ,
dvr. Men's Women's and Chiadrto's Hats
wiih a'icty cf ether articles too tad too t
They hsvt alto In adJilWin to their Stock,
alrtsdf on hind, Imported in tht ship Dsnub
int trtifcd from Uvcrpooi, and wkich in a
1 law days will ht landed.
134 l akt .bnt drawn LneTitb all.
7 cases C'.Jns well ivtoitcd,
PltloU of various kinds,
lOcatkt Hoes, and as try aet.eral aturV
; menttf Hard Wart.
j " Giles Cc Durtv1n.
WilffliPjtoo, Sept. SC.