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Will be Rented at Auctkny
On the first day of "January next, f or one i ear,
The House and Lot commonly j
called The Lodge, ahd the Wharf and Ware
Houses,; formerly the property of Joseph
Dean, dec. The rent to be paid quarterly,
' ; J.Hartman, s"
" u , Master of St. John' t Lodge ffo? 1.
Wilmington, Dec. 23. ' ? :
THE subscriber having lately received a
full and renewed Power of Attorney
from the "Heirs of Wimble, inhabitants of
Boston apd other parts of the Commonwealth
OFFERS TOR SALE j
Landed Property of said Heirs,
consisting of nearly '
One hundred Lots, lying in the
Town of Wilmington'.? Also a Skirt of Land
adjoining on the eastern and southern boun
daries of the towm !
The terms may be known, and good and
Sufficient Titles 'made to Purchasers by
. , . jpsnua x ous.
' Wilmington, Dec. 23.. 1803, 2wtlam
Valuable'Mill Seat for Sale,
SITUATED on Aflie's & Holley 'bel
ter creeks, formerly in the occupation
" of CM. Samuel A(he, and containing up
wards of 4009 acres of Land, a part ot
which ti well calculated for the cultivation
of either rice or corn. On the premifes
is a Saw Mill in Rood order for immedia'e
work. Its fituatian as a Mill Scat is fo
well known in this place as to need but
little description its almoft never failing
Pond, and command of conftant means of
getting to the Wilmington Market, rcn.
der it a valuable purchafe to any pefon
Wifhing to engage in the Lumber Bufii.efs
"One third of the purchafe will be requirVi
in prompt pjy the payment of the re
maining two thirds will be made convenu
tnt to the porchnfer, lor as the whole be
paid within eighteen months from the day
of fate, giving notes wi;h approved endor
ser, and payab'e at the Kank of Cape
Fear. . For further particulars apply to
, Attorney k Fjct for John tt Wm. G. Rutherford
W itmington, U.'C 2J.
THE Store and Cellar adjoining the
fubfriber whereof immediate pof
. fellion wili be given Alfo the two Brick
Stores in Market.Street, belonging to J.
F. Iurgwin they will be completed and
ready t receive tenants in about a month
, , , G 1 LES Cc BURG VV I Nf.
'A - T the Court of Pleas and Quarter
jt V. S?on, ne,J or '',e County of Bid
den on fir ft Momlay of this month,
lie fuhferibers oujli6ed at Executors
of the lad Will and Te(hmntf Thomas
'0eu, ( leceafed.) 1V hereby requ -ft
all rerfons havinz demands ntfsinft fiid
(late by Mvit N'c rr otherwit to make
them kr.on whhin the time limite l by
Law. ' AH peiforl iinVbted to faid tilate
arj rroi.itrd to mke pTf nt.
JAMES 'MOORHEAD.l... .
11'. h December 1806. 51041,
WILL HE PUBLISHED
JTttS tilth expedition ton$!iteni viih the nature
Tnt TauLor .
WIIKNLVLU questions of public con
ccrrt invohln either the liberty or life
ef it'n en. oTcr tUcmsdres to the decition.of
the supreme auihorit), the public sre nrccs
' aarily a pittyr a'od dctply intcrtsted in the e
vent. On ths prrentoceaMon( tht citltens
' thxou;ho.it llif Union, will not only espett,
Lul dcrruid, an itipartul, full and unbiassed
tiUbry of the facta and an application of the
; hw U th)e (acts, in a esse, which has alrea
dy ticittcfthe pttbHc feelinsr more than any
tsurrtnee vMch has evsr taken ptact in this
country. -Ir.ftrf ii tnfrt. mhst we ketiwc
to tx the public srlkhch we bare tnpr,d Mr
' LtoTD, (lata Ileporterof tht Debates Coo.
grct) to rrrtnrt a tirctimttanlial, and faithful,
detail f jhe Trial. Thus the public will have
An appwiunUy of knoin tbe cne both (
the Court sod Jury, ind of courM will b en
ligbttricd In one cf tin mot ftolcmn, afil,
nj inrtrti'Jnjf xskes wbkb cstr !Trtd it
Uto abuma iribunsl
The st tnc graphics! ami literary slili'irsof
Mr. liio bate deserted rsnktd him a
ftoag h literati of our cun7 The ni
witrv'ts Itnpnrtsnl rftb' and trials which
Iists Urn rrtxwted by him br tht best tew
j Utrwwt) J bis accuracy and Impsrtiality. To
' assist him, tht seslcei ofsettrsl prfmionl
tn1etnen bate teen otft d 1 m tlst iac
' public raiy rtly on a Uf 4)brf; cf every
rtlatW U U.a trlsi. . '
jitLCuin if AXifSTnoxat .
3Uton, Nor. "11, MUl . ;
Tbo bo,wt.h ts pfocurt lb abott
anantioncd wwk, w'4t plestt sp:4y t
. . i fc r. I'lLHAM.
WUitilf Jtn, fu t ,
For Sale r i ' ;
IH AT valuablc Plantation in Bladen
County; on Big Collet Swamp,
thiee miles above the Fork, containing
loco acres, ccof which $ cleared and'un-
dcr good fence, with a good apple and peach
orchard, a good dweim!gnouie,Kiicnen ana
oilier out, honres..! 'THe above landjs well a
"daptedto the culture of corn, oates, wheat,
and rye, ana as leruie as any in us nciga-
bourhood, and convenient to a good turn
mer and winter range as any in the coua-
ty, both for cattle and hogs-the fituation
both pieaUnt and healthy. Any perion
who wiftxrj to purchafe can have ca Or 6o
head of young cattle, andv2oo or 300 head
of hogs on the puce, it they choofe.
Terms may be known by applying to
James Smith on the premtles.
J. G. M. for JAML3 5MH H.
December 2o. I w pd.
" Ordinances of the Commissioners
ORDERED, that the town Constable do
take up all Horses that he may find in
the Streets at lare, and impound or confine
them ; that he aUo advertise the same : and
that the owntrs of such horses so taken up,
shall pay the said Constable for each horse
one dollar, before the release of the same.
Ordered, that ell "flogs found on the
Streets be killed and sold by. the town Consta
ble, and that one half of the amount thereof
he sliall receive to his own benefit, and the o
ther half sliall be given for the use of the poor.
ORDtKtiD, 1 hat all Goats iound on the
Streets shall ba killed by the town Constable.
Ordf.rkd, that any person galloping or
driving a Horse, immoderately through tbe
Streets, shall if a white person, be fined 10s.
and if a negro and unable to pay, shall receive
15 stripes on his bare back.
Ordered,- that all Necroes from the coun
try found in town without passes from their
owners shall be taken up and confined in jail.
there to remain until released by their said
owners, and jail lees paid. .
Ubdered, thPtirom and aitrMonuay me
22d instnnt, a!l0dricra of drays and cir's
shall lead his or their Horse or Horses by the
Bridle; any person found transgressing this
Order, if a white man. shall upon conviction,
pay a fine of 20s. if a negro, shall receive 35
lashes on his bare bck
And whereas a very shameful and unbeco
ming practice exist amoriR some of the tra
ding people in this town- of keeping their
atores or shops open on the Sabbath day for
the purpose of Vending their Merchandize,
which practise causes disorders and. riots in
the Streets, therefore ordered, that no per
Sons shall hereafter keep their stores or slikf s
opsn on the Sabbath day, for the purpose of
Vendinc aforesaid, under tbe penalty of five
pound for I each and every offence ; and it
shall be the duty of the town Constable to ex
amine into and ascertain who shall offend a
gainst this order, a&d report the same to tht
Henry B.Joy, is hereby appointed town
Constable, and Clerk of the Market, and is to
be recpecltd acrordintjly.
llv order of the Commissioners,
Ti'lOS. CALLENDKR, Town Clerk.
Dec 18, 1SC6.
Further Notice. ;
MANY rfon continue to hunt and
hiwl awa'y vrood&c. from the lands
b 1 n4itn; ' Grcenfit'.Js Elhtc, notwith
rttnding the repeated notices forbidding
tl.em. It is fcricufly intended to profe
cut" offenders hereafter as far as the law
Dec. 1 6. 3.
Genuine Madeira Wine
Old Red Port in bottles,
rorf!eby J, FLEMING;
THE fubfc fiber Wgi leave to inform
. bis fiicnds and the pulic Is tenersl,
that U U opening a cenersl and 1ar-e af.
fortment of Fall, Winter, and Spring
Colf. Groearias and Hardware, which
h will fell by Retail or Whnlctale on tht
lowed ttrmi for caflof county produce,
Wilmiron, Dec. 9.
' ' NOTICE. '
THE fubferiber Uitbj fotbUs all and
cvtry perfon or perfoni whnfifocver,
from hnn'inf with dog or gun, or landing
tom an bis lands at and djoSftlng the bead
of the found, and alfofrom nlhirgor tik
p2UQ ovfleri thereat, tinder the penalties
uf law. P. MAXWELL,
Whj will (if applied to foon) rtnt lor
ore or n yrsrt, the Plantation co the
foun.1 called Scdjl Abbey. ,
December p.t jw
For catUculiti apply clihf r tn tb Fuor
or 10 JOllNHJLLt
V N. AV, RUGGLES,
No. 2, Bradley's Wharf, offers for sale
80 barrels of Mess No. 1 and No. 2, Beef
50 barrels of N. Rum '
30 barrels of Flour
. Pipes and quarter casks of old L. P. Madeira
Wine of superior quality ioany in this place
Quarter casks of Sherry and Lisbon ditto '
3 tons Bf assorted weeds Iron
I ton of Sheathing Papef 3
Barrels of Lampblack , .
Ditto, RedOcre ' n
Also, an, Invoice of English Goods suitable
for the present season.
Dec. 8. tf ' '
Th4 .subscribers are now opening and offer for salt
bj the rackage or less quafttpjr,:, :
.. A very, large and general Assortment of
Dry Goods, Hard Ware, Hats,&c,
Consisting of '
NEGRO Cloths of various kinds, Blank
ets, Coatings, Flanntls, Broad Cloths,
Cassimeres, Velveretsi Thicksets, Threads,
Muslins, Dnrants, Linens, Dimities, Cali
mancoes, Ribbons, Shawls, Handkerchiefs,
cotton woolen apd worsted Stockings, CrapeSj
' Edgings, Modes, Sattins, Gloves of all kinds
Bedticks,. Oznaburgs . Swansdowns, Cardi
nals,Cal!ic.oes, Checks, Nails, Locks, Hinges,
Anvils, Vices, Hoes, Guns, Pistols, Knives
and Forks, Pocket Knives, Penknives, Scis
sors, Razors, Brushes of all kinds, mill, cross
cut and Handsaws, Files and Rasps, Bridle
Bltts and Stirrups of all kinds, Plated and tin
ned Saddles, Carpenter's Tools, Shot,' Sad
Irons, Scythes and Sickles, Pins, Buttons,
Paints and Window Glass, English Gun Pow
der, Men's Women's and Children's Hats
with a variety of other articles too tedious to
They have also in addition to their Stick
already on hand, imported in the ship Danube
just arrived from Liverpool, and which in a.
few days will be landed,
120 Caks fine drawn English Nails.
7 cases Guns well assorted, '
Pistols of various kinds,
10 c iks Hoes, and a very general assort
ment of Hard Ware.
Giles & Burgwin.
Wilmington,' Sept. 26.
A. HALL keeps constantly on band, at the
A large Collection of BOOKS,
Among; which are School Books of almost
R consisting of
LANK BOOKS assorted,
iirk Tost Folio,
Gilt edt;e Foolscap, MAPER,
i-'iiin do. do.
Blotting 8c W'ranpine
Ink Powder and Quills ol the best quality,
aiming anq common asna,
Red and Illiek Scaling-Wax and JVafers, -
Lead Pencils of various kinds, "
Some Charts and Seamen's Journals,
Cyphering and Copy Books and Copy Slips,
Blanks of all kind in common use.
03 Wanted an Apprentice to
the Printing business. Inquire at
FOR SALE ,
A VALUABLE Plantation on tU
J7X North Eaft Rirer, adjoining South
Wathington, contaioSns; fix bundled srd
forty acres, one hundred of which is un.
der good fence, the whole adopted to the
culture ef Corn, Cotton and Kice. There
are on the preroifss a tolcrable;ood DweU
ting Houfe and convenient txit honrei.
tor terms apply to the fubfetiber in So.
Wafljington. - . -
T. IK Bloodworth.
Not. if tf.
TO EE SOLD-w r Ccfl tr Uun
1 300 acres of Land about 20 miles
aoove FiTittcviUe on tbe nonh-esd fide
f f tie titer, high pleafant fjtustion. on
which are good Springs, and a Grift Mill
on an excellent llreatn, a rood dwelling
Houfo and convenient out Houfel. There
Is open Land enough to work (en or twelve
talk Hands. It pilots about ore mile and
an ha J on the tiver. The low land infe
rior to none m the rivertbe high land
til a lpted to the culture cl wheat and
For terms apply to
November 10. tf
Bank of Cape-Fear.
NOTICEIsfcertby given, that frrrrj
ami after ihetwenty.rtltb day cl Jarvl
uaryresi. d'j win be on Men.
day, and Df(t Jij oo Wcdoefday, lo
By Ordrr of ibe DireIon,
JOSHUA rOTTS ,Csfi'tr
JOSHUA POTTS offers for sale
at low prices, to clost Consignments,
t Ihe following MERCHANDIZE,
4 barrels Coffee, r
lojpurjcheons N. Rum,
35 barrels ' .ditto, .
A few pipes . Malaga
Cheats Hyson Tea,
Chests Young Hf-
;:sorv- ; 1
India Cottons, . w ,
Kegs Gun Powder,
Coils Cordage, . .
RuU Canvas, .
I Ravens Duck. -
' Produce at market prices, 'viz.
. Sawed Pine Lumber",
. 1 Flour,
ALSO FOR SALE,
A likely Negro l7ellow, country
- y - - brirn. . ' . '
Wilmington,' Dec. 16. 1
- - WR SALE,
A Tract of Land on the
SOUND, eight miles from Town, con.
taining about 300 acres, adjoining lands
belonging tov Major. Walker, and is a
flea fan t a fiioatiou a$ any 00 the Sound
or fummer rertden(fe.
Poireffion may be had on the firft day of
January next. Applv to
November 17. tf
On a credit of 6, 9 and 12. month sr
with approved Notes rsgcciaUe at tiie Bank
Bounded by Princefr.flrter an! Third an-J
Fourth-flrceti. Aifo fuudry Lots adjoin
in Richard Langilon's aid tl.e Ci,ui.l-.-.Yard.
One Lot -on Front. flrcet, adjoining T
Two hundred and twenty acres Land on
Lockwoods Follv in Bninfwick cownty.
Apply to JOHN MARTIN. ;
EPH. JANE EWINS.
Nov. ' ?
INFORMS his old Friends and Cuflo
mers, that he has ukrn a (hop in
Front Street, where he carrici on the
Saddle and Harness Making busi
ness in all its various branch,
lie hat new r. lnd and for. Salt,
Men's and Women's Saddles, of the firft
quality, IJarr.cflci, plated anJ cemtnon.
A hmdfime cjp'.ttmtnt tf 7 RUSKS,
WHIPS, he.ll cj vUcb It villfell
cLttp ftr Caff-,
Iht fubfcriltr it ntto iptni'z at hit Sfst
next Jit weft tf Mr. Jihn CtlLtrda't,
A gcreral Afortment of
Boots and Shoes,
Amon u hieb art
La-lies lace pattern Eujiluli kid Slippers,
Cclnoitit and plain Andean do.
Celt black and coloured Morocco do. with
and wisluMit heel,
D. do. wiihcqrL fo!ei, fultal'.c for v rt
weather, &C. &r.
SAMUEL mrcjLF. .
Nwtmltr 10. ' -
Bill & Rankin,
T ESPECTFULLY inlormtl.e Inbt-
JLv. bitsnts of Wilmington and its vicin
ity, that they have ju(l arrived from New.
York with an i AlTo trocnt of the mofi faOi
icnable Hats, that could be procured,
confiding of Beavers, Cafloti, Felt Half,,,
They rtave taken rsrt of the flpre ocrt
pled by Mr. James Perin, fiddler, where
they illdifpofeof tbe fame at the New
A'. P. Hats reatlf drclTed.
Wilmipgion, November 10. tf
THE rnib'ic. ire tr qutllfd tt guard a
cair.rt the villainy rf a particular
Msn who cillib;mfc'f JOHN SNOW-
DEN He prnfciTrs lU houfe carpenter
snd cabinet buf.nefi, is of t middle flat ure,
hs feet 7 or 8 inches high, lull feature Jv
floop fhouldcrcJ. brown hair, and whrrt
renvttfing bat i down leek, lie made hit
elcpement from ibis p'are on ibe yih ir rt.
where be itfiied for feveral mnmha bark,
chesting rd committlrp frauds nn lis
brother workman as wt l at on rrrnc j
ether uccupaiion and at lafl mafe cf.oice
of dark for light, to c dear of ar.y
II certain what rovt M i ttf, but, it it
corjenurtd be U gore lowardiraycttvilla
Wilmirgioo, Decixberp, I$c4.jw