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It is said that air ArthurlYYeUeslef .ilL
sjo to South America as commander in chief,
with the rank of lieutenantgeneral, and with a' ;
military staff. Major General Murry, priga
diefgenL' M'Farlane and Colcncl Houghtoiir
are mentioned a general officer for that
quarter. -': -r,-VsT
. In consequence of report that Prursia was
about ta .cede Eichbeld an WWCk tn.e.AU'..
rninistrator of the Province hare contradic
ted the rumour o&icially, and add, that hi
Prussian Majesty haa no intention Vwhafever
if r.ttrsrthBt or mnr other -province- ThW.
proclamation aeema to correspond with th
iuitude which Pretsia has at present assu-
med. and Indicates her -determination trot to
aubmit any longer to the mandate of Buona,-
narte in eWine no whatever" partof hef'-do-
minions he may consider ' cotrvriiet tto hie1
new establishments. 4 It will soon be eeeh1
whether the Court of BerliuVill' adhere ta
v these principle. , L", "V' .
- It is aain reported that Cattare haa been
given to the French j but we consider tne.ro
port as by no metyia probable. . .
r It was acain renorted yesterday, at the clou
of the market at the Stock Exchange,- that a"
jnemener had arrived from Pari with inlel-
licence i'-that the difference between France
aid Prussia bad been' adjusted. It was also
reported, that.atelegraphicnl order haa' beett
....... n,.t.vrri MMtkatlinrr-bf the MtDt-'
S( nt id countermand the aailirietif the expe
dition. Tlicve romotit had the effect thef
Kvere intended to produce, that of raising thfe
funds a little,' as on Wednesday J but it i
certain that no messenger T had arrlvea, ana
our readers" will see from .the subjoined let
tcrnhat there Vu little truth in other
report. "v.; , ;" i. -'"'"": -Tr7'"-J""-'
;:'''NEVtVORK,' Not. 14; ;'::'''-H:
The ship Liberty, captain Chew, armed
yesterday,- sailed from , Liverpool the third,
of October At the time of her sailing there
were vague reports of Peace;, but London
papers of the e vening oftheOth September
(received by the editors indicate' War. .'
' 'vf ; Lo n Dow, September" 10." '
retjeh and Dutch, paper, the firll to
th ayfh and th lair to the' 26th inflant
bv reached u ; their content' ate jrery
. hfipbraot. .'". t : ' ' ' ; -' . ' ;
It i tipt icriprobih'e that hoftiliriei will
liate.cominrncedln the coMrfe of the pre
fint week between the Fiencjf .and Pruf
funi,,, . Buonaparte Kft. &t. Ciui lad
WJpeflay iiiUt, to take the comcnahd of
"th anny.-iTli Moniiaur, which aonrnju.
7te it, ly, ' that it ta fuppofede Em.
peror proceed towards Mayenr.M There
it nodiMibt that be will put himfelf at the
, LUA of-that par .f hi force which it
foncffntfate.J on the Saion frontier. From
ih tlrcu alliance nt hit departure from Pa
rit, it is vbviout hat the ufual mode of
rifgocisiloo ha fiiW; aif J that whatever
Vjoi'lmeat mij hrrtafter take p'.ace, will
V airangr.i at lis bead of jihe refpeetivt
rmicr, Buonaparte, may coiccivc hope
,ff negocutiflg to more aJvantaja with
luc word in his hand, than in the a-nica-ple
conference which took place bctwecR
Knoblldtrf sad 'Xal cyranJ, at Pari.
Jt it nut, In-tceJ, ianprobable, that. pre.
tioMt to any gencril aion, he may pro.
'pofc ao intetiw to hit PrulTian Majafly,
nd cnJravoar to fifed, 'n ptTfonil coa
ftrctce, what htJ been in train attempted
by their rcfpe&iye minifler. 'It it clear
. that he it prepared t treat a well at fig'i;
Jjt Ta'lryra'.d ha followeJ him.
. The Fiencb paper contain, at ofuaT, t
r.Kler ofialukaieJ article from Cilfe!,
DttUtn, aud oilier place. 'Their obied
'2 10 encourage the opinion that TrufC ia
.JiltJjr tj flat 1 a'anelo iliecontcQ, and o(
courfc the taQc of rtducing her will not
;i very difficult 1 Yet Proffia, we think,
.OMitl have well welu'irJ all tlie citcuTiftan-
Ce and probabUiiitt of ihi t14tJful cnn.
trt in which Die wa Soj loi,f, t.
forediaffumeJber prcTctit war Uorition."
Ve lu not think ft pacific cabinet it
ihjt tf (U Court of Lcrb'n, woulJ hate
finfl'onrV toy meifurcs cjU'utatei to ti
ci;e thi difplcsfufc or fufpUI'iA rf Cu 4t.
picit, sacept" t'f' wtre ptrfuJJ that
rnsans WoulJ not be wtnil4o rrtiH, not
wiily the 6ril imprtuotisbutQ of the Frsacb,
Lot cti) thctr whale llrengdi for a certain
rrt'iil. 1 he cr.ird 14 be fare It a motl
t-wfil one, J'yiDj' fih, . In fcl, fwr
Jiir pojticl estiUnce. SIkniM the rrfvlt
t,i tt.eco' S ti -i againl Ik r, the rauQ fink
r.to it ir Saiisl t f ftDC tl IIol.
Jarij, Wiile iilVnf f Basatia, We,
l.owein, '0 1, f tUfpsIr f fseinjj hf come
tnwrnp'uMlf out of t'n Coi1, The
Fi'h 11 J Pinfflj armift rr, at to
runa'-trt, mot o a f tr than it generally
fdprc.t. O1 l?e trootlert of f taony U
e t, !i.l a i lie latter, accorJ r j lo the
' r f(l auihcntl aecotintt, a rtojut to 153,
too n tn. Tl 'ht divifiort el the
. 'melt dsn j tiwl wiuih net' if at all,
' gist nnnlcu In point of etp(ri arc Ip4
j.iscl ( the Fienwh t(Ii ett htt in gene,
tal tie s l4nit;e of their, compttitnrt (
lot PruMn arpy it oof without trt.
tr riTutrt vrtv g'tH ta emt and etpe.
l(n t. A o the q uU'y of the troop,
it ,4a . not be kctur ihn it U. Titwho'e
( aiu yii aot.aitrJ wi-H t! e incinl 'fpiiit
.. w'.kS Fie 'ttHk the Gust tafufid lato i'
. pVm (ut ao opportunity of otiTuiicj
' lit Utcrjt'4 with ike ercxy , .
'A; decree of livoye Jjt b:si branUy
publiibtd at Parit, it.thi marriage )e
tweeu Jerome Buouapatte and Mi ft Pater
fon;of Baltimore. V Report fayt, that bro
ther. Jefora is to be imgneJiatcty uniteJ to
"a foreign priricefs ..V -
Parliimeiit .it turthjef pVorpgued, to 'he
agtH of Oiaober. . ' : y "VrV-v' '-iS
Price or Stocks v,onfutoi7-H
Reduced fltut Omnium y. ' v
' -. :The Lpgislatttr? has been for the last week, :
i employed wosjly ,tn debating on the bill ee;?
taliiishiiig a superior court in each county.-
From he proceedings, o&r reader will tee -that
it ha undergone a second reading in the ,
commons 7,2 to On Monday it ta to be .
taken up in the Senate, where we understand '
it will probably pa ,ty.. majority of. one ;
v.ote,!ivThe debate, on thia-bill will be giycB,
t pw .V.4-.3-.x-.-i ;;;?:!:.: ,k.-
. Oa. Tuesday, His excellency Nathaniel Aj '
lexaitder was re-elected Qoyernor of ibit .state
for the.eptuing year., v . ,. ; , ,
' rW balloting for Senator , to Congress is,
postponed untitTuesday pext. x Jcne Frank
iin, Esq. of. Surry, Qtru Thomas Davis of
Ir ayelteville, Uen. Ben). Smith of Brunswick,
Gen, ;T Blount .of Edgecombe, and Col..'
John MvBinford of Northampton, are Donu
nated.for. that appointment., , 1 , ,
r y WILMINGTON.
;i;;TljEiiDAy', DECEWUHR 9 HOC.
TlIpMAS JEFFJiRSON, Vresiient of tie
Jiy, . ...ViUted States of America, . .
10 an tunon it mry ttnetrn.
rl MR.J;rUURIEN DE RIVIERE having'
produced (d me hi tommission aa Sub-Corn-misssry
of Commercial Relations of his Im
perial and Rflyal Msiesty the Emperor of the
French and Rinff of lialv. for the Part' nf
Wiha:n.rton in the Slate of JMorth-Ctrolrtia,'
I do hereby recognize him as such, and de.
cure him free to exercise auch function,..
puwers aivj pi ivileget at are' allowed to the
tiuailar Agontaof the niost favored nations.
; lu l estimoiy whereof I have caused
'., 1 :. .1 - .
TT uce icu4-s tooe-maae patent, ana
. v. us, wtn'Ku uutica 10 be
' hereunto afllied. ' "' '
Civen under my hand at the City of Wash
Intoni the aixth day of August, in. the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
s'.it, ami or the Independence of the United
Slate of America the ihirty-first.' ' ; . ,
- , THOMAS JEFFERSON
' ' By the Prt:idcnt, ' '
JAMES MADISON, Sec'y cf State, '
By the Packet ReguUior, wereceivd,ChsS
Jelon papers to the aib intt. Tiom which thsv
following important foreign intelligence It ex
tracted. ' . ; -' ".
v ' Cht'lttttn, Dtetmlir 5. '
The Hamburgh thip Jpolb, captain Wal
ters, arrived at this port yssttrdsy in 46 slays
from that ciiy. By this arrival, Hamburgh
pp!rs were Received at a cfimmcrcil fioue
in this pUce, to the 10th of October. We
had Ojlterrd cHirtlve s with being silt to y
before the public, this morning copious trans
lations from them. - lt we hsve been unex
pectedly deprived of tht pltasnre. Our rea
ders will do ut the justice to believe, that this
disappointment ha not arisen frtn a waul of
exertion n nr part.
Front" the llainUurnh paptra we have in
possession, by tliit asrivil up to the 4th Oct.
wehsveobtsinej a translation of the most In
teresting articles. The fries! pjprrs, to the
KKh, coiiUin nu trirounl of lni;,tirs harinc
Coiamcneed ; bat Iiii cipuin Wsl'rrs left
Hsuib'j'jh, (October 13 it wis reported on
theetohinga, that an sciion ha.l t V,n plict
betwern the op';v)singai;nic, in hich it was
stated that the French were deft aud wilh
the lost of 30,000 men.' -
Letters from Ilaeiburh, of the h 0
Stale, that the comlnnrd Pnmitn k Ru-sUil
Armies, hsd concent rs'eit licit fercr,, l err
wrthia a rery sbint dittaucc of the French Ar
my. ' At that date, a battle was momently ci
pected. . , ,
. The Hansburjth piper 6ft! e'lO:h, states,
thit three 11 ussian armies, of about SO.rvo
men ttth, were mtahlng lo form a jaactiou
with the Prussian armies.
' Uuontrurte joined Ms artnv, andmltwtd
them mar Frabkfort, on the 3d October. He
was accompanied by hit flrother Jtrqms,
MsrshaNDnroe, llcrlhier, kc
f The Prussian Mininerltft Parit nntkeSJ
of Of toV h was preceding to the camp cf
the F.mperor NtpJm, with tome late cis
patrhes from his Cosirt.
The French Minister at the Court of Der
lit, M. Labrmt. h retsived hit passportt,
and Uft that city 1 par',.
trd Ltuderdile wa at Parit on thf 3d
The Pfu'n Amhssadw, Baron Jaoby,
hit Crus-Htvert on the Id October for U
The Bsvarlan Ambstssdnr at Hsrl'in, wis
on the point f letvint; that ctplul.
The grsnJ Prusaian Army, whlh hades.
Mmblf i at Llwnah, in Upjr Sasony, on the
334 of Sj.lmhrr, ronsitted ff I iA.ooo men
the revel poat-oflke e-f iV Lrld had httn
also s'ahlth4 there hatitr(rs were rt('i,d,
andadvnet ofaniMery was to be ettaUhhai
at tlit( lae. ,
The Prussian Army In Ssaony hi krtn
jointd by Ike Sason array, whkh ha tjniitd
Hself to the corps undtr I'rincv llbhcnh.hr,
The army ef Prince ohnk.he pattH the
Elbe la lhre t.'umn, and wire rctnbirg
to tnttt the encny, .
the French Embassador atTlresden, Ijf.
nnrent. has delivered-ft PtOtest, against the
.nfrnftliBPriiMian ai-mv; and the imhmg
of the Saxon corps and. wa on the point of
leaving Dresden. " v .
-.An Emrlish fleet of 100 tail, was een from
the coast of Holland on the 25th September,
steering to thi; North East '-',. .'V:
AH. the regular troops had left Berlin, and
the guard is mounted by the titizena."
. . Austria still adhere to her ytem of neu
trality but assembles all her forces. A for
ced, loan of 75 millions guilders, (7 rnilliona
! sferlinir) which his Imperial Majesty had
i proposed, the states of Austria offered hia
! majesty of their own accord, and wb'wh hat
' been acteDted br hia maictty. . X ;
t The Bavarian Army, it ia said, i to march
towards the frontier of Austria, as an army
' of obseVvatloO.V. i.-'.''?.r...&.v-i' ',j'.:-'';'is .."!
I '; Ort the 1 5th September it wa announced
by beat of drum t to the inhabitanta of St. Pe-
, tersburgb. that if the different relation which
the Emperor bad tried to re-establish; (and
which were puplitly read to the people) could
'not be broueht to a friendly issue,: that, in
that case his Maiesty had taken the farm re
tolution to continue the war in unison i(Ji
the different other powers, lor the honour 0
his empire and crown and that of Germany.'
, CUSTOM-UOUbU WILMINGTON.
Entereb s '
Bet. 4, &h'r Harmon. Leuit. BarnstiibU M
s tSch,r tttgMlalir,M'Ilhtnnji Charluton,
1 t CLtAtro
Dte. I. Sth'r Mechanic. Sauirt. . .Kev-rt
' . j - 4, Shifltabdldy Bernard, Cuadahupri and
r , , ( a tnai ktt.
1 i" 6, Seh'r Venus, OHter, . ) JCew-Turk
bit Tliurtdaytvwwgjhe I lih insf'J' .;
, : .,;VK1 b pettormed, -At -r.
'By the TiiAtiAN AsspciATJPJf 1
Mrs. Inehbald't 'Tansjation of Kotzebue
i justly celebrated Comedy . m 5 Acts, called ; ,
To which will be added Garrick'a much d..
tnired Farce in 2 Acts, of - - '
;neck or nothing.
Ticxeisroay be tr.ef the Treasurer ot
Lloyd aftd Anderson and of II. Pclham, at n
One Dollar each , Children 50 CeMsv'..:-:)
Doors open at 6 and curtain rite precitelf i. ,
at T o'clock. ... . ', " j-
The public are informed that this Aisocia ,
tion have been to a very considerable ex pence,
in fitting up the house engaged for ExMbitw ,
on," and in obtaining acenery, &c. It is there-, v
fore hoped that they, will give Hut encourage
ment which the Association . justly merit,- 4
when it is understood that our object is to ai
silt the completion of ihe Academy, kc , ,
Wilmington, Uec. . - ? ,., , ,
DU. Ctt. Jjls.Ctt.
N. AV; RUGGLES,
Nj."2,' Bradley'8 Wharf, offer for aalo
80 barrel cf Mess No I and No. 3, Bt
50 barrels of N. L. Uum
30 barrels of Flour '' , -.
Pipe and quarter cask of old L. P.- Madeira.
Wiiie w superior quality to any in this place
Quarter casks of Sherry and Lisbon ditto
5 ton of assorted S weed Iron , , u ' v
1-ton of Sheathing Taper '
Barrel of Lampblack - , r . v , , "h, '
Ditto f Red Ocre ,' ' V. ' k '
... t : r ci:.v. nji. ...).. vt.
for the present season, . - v
BACON per 100 Iba.
Cotton per lb.' '
Coffee per lb . '
Corn per bushel,
Meal HqI ;
Rke . ...
Flour per barrel, f)e
. iittoperhalf barrel,
Lumber per M.
.30 V- - 33
50 , 9
W.o. hhd. stave, :
Ii. o, do. do. do.
W. o. bl. do. rough
Shingle per 1000, '
Sugar per cwU - - f
Molasses per gallon -Rum,
W, I. pr.g.2dp.
Jamaica do. 4th p. -
N. E. do. '
Tar per barrel, ;'
SO.' . 45
fVilmlnrftn, Dttrmhr o.'-1 806.
j one 1 002,- an advertilemenrap
peered with an adjrefitothe Inhabit-
ai ttof ihetowrt, invitina thet for certaio
rurpofef, to revive the then old Volunteer
9 f a. w
inianriv vompany. in allocution wtt
the confiquer.ceanj the credit with which
I , . . !.....J ..A I L . 1 1
ti u fcumn.ucu muii uaveoccn iioiiceu oy
tjie public -Nu call whatever, either bt
,Mfliflrat, Cotnmi.Tionei. or Shcrifft
but what fecured atteniion, with a promp-
inine pernnir to mo loiuter.
The Ofhtert. attack much pleafure,
;wli!i a rlejftee of pride to ihemfeivrtifr
acknowledging the fatitfaclion tiny have
had from the cxemp'.ny crntfucl and it.
tschment of the few that remain eurolW.
With much rrgret, and contrary to thrtt
n.iu.., i ( wniiucrauie , cciniulia
NOTICE, v : '
THE fubferiber hereby fotbidi all and 7 -.
every perfbn or per font whomfotver
frorahuning;whh dog or f. on, or landing. .
boart on hia land at and adjoining the head
of the found, nd alfofrom fefliinortak.
jng up oyQetl tDcrcat, order the penaltier .
of law, . P. MAXWkLL, -
Who will (if applied to fooaj rent tor
bne ortwoyeart, the Flantation oa tbs.
found called Sedgly Abbey, . .
Ueceniber 9. n , .
. Samuel Parmcle,
From A' RH'.YO RK. '.. ' :
RESPECTFULLY Imfoimi the In
'habitant of VViftnington and it vi
cinity, that he his lately commenced the
ClBINItT BUSINESS, at the houfe of
'jaroc Richard, where he will foppl hi4
cuflomcrt at the fhorieU notice and in Iba"
reateA manner, ; , ..' '-' ' '
, Orders Iruin the country W'.ll be ptrtW
cularly attended to. ;
, Nemhrri4. if , , - L.
1 " W '
; Johif Parmele, ; ;
1 Frm KEfy-rORK, ...U '.
RESPECTrULLY inlorm.the Inha ,
hiianttof Wilroir.gtoo & ill vicinity,
thai he lut lafelf conr mei cei the BLACK.
SAllTirj BUSINESS in all in vsriou.
hriirhet at lattbep on Peter Carpemer'a
AVhit, and I at foi fale on more rcaforu
iH e irm.t ihanan bc'booght In town,
; Aieiof all fixes, made by hit own hands.
. H; warrswed. pooJ. All osher kind of
rJolred. that unlef the ci.mn.n, I ""."k in the iteauU oiioetr
equal to 4C rank and file l. .K. .a.v .tt. ' d ut ,!" flaa t.ouce.
' J . . . I " w sisji.p. 1 1 .
niuiah, they will decline the command.
Genuine Madeira Wine
! AND, .
Old Red Port in bottles,
For f.te by J. FLEMING.
Dectmbtr p. .
TplJE fulfciibtr btt letve lo Inform
1 hit (liendj and the pnlie i getral,
if at l.e it C r !n a central aoj larCe af
forttrer.t of Kiil, Winter, and Spring
Coax! 1, Grocer 0 and llardware, which
U will fell by Retail or Whole la le oa the
lowefl ttrm lor cu or county piodine -
' - J. BARKET,
Wilmipgtan, Dec. 9. 1
THE public arc rfquf!d tejuirJa.
gtirf) ike eilltmy ef a particular
Man who caUMmfe!f JOHN SNOW.
PEN He prflTi the bouf carpenter
and cabinet bufintfi, It of a middle Oaiure,
ve lert 7 or 8 incUt l.ljh, full featertd,
ftowp fliooU'tied, brown hair, and when
convtifmg hit a down look, lie aWehli
ehptmrnt from ihit p'ace oa lie ih JsR.
whett It it fi Jed for levtral momit btck,
chesting and cooimiiiipf fraud on bit
brol.r woikmifiai wall at on men ct
cxher occuraiion and It lift made il.olc
of dttkt'or light, lo clear af aoy
thrfv,ad tktpe ruol forwent. J is tin
(cnala what root V 1st taken. tu. 1, t.
corjrclutrd he itgoca lowtrdt f tjiKt til!
N twitl tr 4.
i For Sale ' : '
On a credit of 6, 9 and 12 months,
wiia epproitJ 4a gai!t at the JUK
Roueied by Princefi-Orect and Third" aa
rounh-nrcett. Alio Tundiy Lo:t i!oin.
ing Richard LangJon'a and lie Ckunk
One Lot on Front-flrref, aJioIninff T
Two bunJred and twenty aertl Llndon
Lotkwood'i folly in Diunfwick ccianty.
Apply ia John martin,
: Not. 35 l, '
A Tract of Land on the
SOUND, eight miieifroa Town, con,
tahlng about -too acrti, ajoloiog lao-t
belonging to Major Walker, and in
pletfant a Ciuttion li any oa ike Sound
lot fummer itfiJrnrt.
PolTelDonrriiy behtjouth fiiAda cf
Jtnuary ocat, App'y to '
K1C1IARD LANG DON.
.T 1 . a
For the Year 180'
I Juu received, and for i!c at the
WilaiPgtoo, Decraibcrp, &5,-2W. ' rrlnuns OiTicc.