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tame in the course of fiftp etidays from the"
vdate of tins PfocUmaliori j' and In default
thereof, T notiereby reVake all .tie power,'
f civil or military , which, tbejr ; possess, and.
their commissions are hereby vacated tod
' annulled. :y:.; : , i, . .',.,,
-k G ltn snnkr my Hand, and the Seal of the
, , .- Territory, at the Town of Washington,
(L S.) r At imfjMWri rfjji December,
' i 'y. .4 805, and of the independence of the
S'y ' ifm't'cd States, thi thlrty.firsi. ' ' .: v
r'V -v " ' ChWLEii MEAD.
i CHILICOTHE; December SjiVfe
of our Senators iti- ContrreisY neelectinir to
pf. vh at attention to the duticsof hi 'office.
-4 Which the present eventful crisi' of our" nav
tional sfifaVr unquestionably demands', our1?
IcgiUitura have passed a resolution, reques-'
tiny- him to rcsicrn tmscatin the senate of the
-United States. : i .(." iV ..; - v '
the military peace establishment, by raising
one regiment of infantry , andabiUalioa of c.
"valry, .to coiisuvof faur companies. , The
bill eoe or. farther, and authorises the pre
sident, in all cases of imminent danger, when
in his opinion the defence or safety of the U.
States shall require it," to increase the sum- ,
ber of men in each company ' of infantry, on
the peace establishment to -one hundred pri-
CHARLESTON, Jam 2l.''
Extract of a letter htne Editors ef the Courier,,'
.:- ' - . J t r ' , m - . ,
. " nw9ML januarj j, iu,
" By a late order issued by the intendant of
PETERSBURG, January" M.",. ' X:
x Various have been the 'opinions ol politic!-''
." sms, respecting the design cf Burr and his;
accomplices;'. , The Camel ton never assumed
, more colors, than the projects oi this traitor;
; but time hus at length afforded a clue, by
.which we are enabled to vnravel his myste-,
r rio$ operttwii.;' tTheVaioo speculation,:
aud .Bastrop's grant,, vanish into insignifi
' cance, before the immense schemes of 'the
conspirators. : The arrWaU arNew-York an4
Charleston,; evtablith the fact of treason be
v yond the possibility of tlpubt. '- Scepttciiro
itself Is compelled to acknowledge the force
-v of thevidetice presented, by thesir anivuls,
Jaod the damning epUhet ef TRAITOR TO
UlS COUNTRY,' is hi anded oa the face pt:
Aaron Burr. cAVe have already spoken our
opinions oh this subject .tliey are gonq forth,
to the world, and a hort ''period, will deter-1,
. mine, .jsrhether Britain, the unceasing, the '
iitforrjK''e foe" of Ansei lean liberty and in
dependencct is not at the bottom ol this de
, testable conspiracy. Thatit is blasted, thanks
to the vigilance and activity fcf the general
government, and the energy and patriotism
o our western brethren. U.J "'; ,-' ', '.
We shall here introduce a extract from
. a letter1 received by the editor oh Monday,
,,IVUK III 11IHIU HIIIIWII UftlJ UM-
Ulb inst. " :"X::; '. "f-i v ' ;
" I learn, by a Utter from New-Orlemsy
T which 1 received last cvoning, dated the '9th
tiUinio, tliat it was esceruioed, tftat Burr
and others had formed aplau to descend the
A'lissU3tppi, " revolvitiowiec Louisiana, inb
' ett the government, separate fHe union nd
sujuate Mcx.ico.'": i Ja a NjlYork paper! I -
see it itjvated ujmh information received by
-the",v?ssfl which, 1)inKht, the' letter to me,
tliit;Williuson had denounced..Uurr and
. th Cfinmii-i-rV ueftire the ckimhrr nf rnm.
merce which had been convened at the go
vernment house .on the 9ih Dec i 'L lie cJiam
" ber of comwerc had , unanimously, rccoro
mended, an ;enbereo, v.hich had been im
mcdiatejy orJcrei tb facilitate the roanniuj; J
- the: .nv'Ufvrceyj, that trt.iTbe same day.
.-. a tibseri;)tton was openeg, to Supply, cloih-
. iii;tobUch sailors as -would .enter their str
; Vice : and lev w. , thousand dolUl's were in
t'antly stibscribed. From all (I,cin,learn, the
. Trepara'.ons which have been made, will be
aiilliiicnt to'irive Burr a aiirfiir defeat, and
-.such fts befrts his treasoni shoujd i escape
'. . . . j : ' - '
, me states oivei"'esse anu iweniucay, wnicn
r 1 hope will not be the. cast;. '.yiIkinsoa ha
' the command 'at' Oilcans of 'all the. lanl
- forces: ,anJ the militia will be placed at his .
CUlliliiani iuuuiu ii uc necessary.
: FrAm the manner in which the writer of
( the .Utter spekki of the affair,' no fears ap- !
Tear, to be chiertalned for the event at that '
H"e.t: . '".; '-, - : .'.' .... ;
ffrtrvntv rpnitrTlOV 'IBfiT.
from ihe Louittana Gazette
tTraWUated frem the Moniteur de la Lou-,
! -t - v ' Btana; ofNor. 36.) ; . ;
: Letters from New-Providence renew the
report of the cession of the Island of Cuba,
and one of the Floridas, by Spain to France.
This news is said to have been received from
the Havanna. We have from this Jast place
letters of a more recent date, than those re-
TRICES CURRENT WiiuivtroH.
i x DU. Ctsj DU. as.
' -"ft'is incumbent fn the friehds cf the ni. '
ta to keep watchful eye at thi serious cri
sis. fV.ttf American shou!d ,Le vigilaiit.i
Whcn'it easun haicbinr, the hour of inse-
cu'r'tty, is the hour of death! New York hxt'
procured a Burr, an Ogilen, a Swartwout
Virginia and the other states may posses
their trailors. Suspicion is abroad, and tome
cf our1 mdst 'conspicuous public characters
are iptfi rcclly implicated. Disappointed am
ittiim 'need only a stimu!nt rvr action, and
ych a piiiti Xs Burr's, holds out fcolde'n pros-'
plcts to the . base ani unpiincipled. It is not
time for" patriotism to sleep. "An Americii'
iiufce has beeft bdlicd by .the 'gold of Spain,1
BIM uiiui-inic, lur year, cquillieu nil
biutiesi3. ', Whcie was patriotism then Be '
Vitchful, fellow-ciliien's,, for your liberties'
are to danger. The gold of Spain has cor
' Typtcd our xauria t'f justice. -- The secret
service money of Briuin has kerft In pay an'
host f agents, printers and. emissaries it
may have found rdmisMon in the coffers f
tome of our own citixens. Aa;aii we say,
be watchful, or your liberties will be cudau-,
.. . . . . . ,j
"iThe foflowinj; letter we received on Tues
day from Washington. As much as'we de-'
tekt slanding armies, (the bane of a republic)
ve nevertheless, duly considering; the pre
Sf t.t situation of the urtion, cannot withhold
rur cbrraiuhtior.s on the' anmtrtytion o(
' the military force f the eountTf7rX)ur vi
cinity to the-colonies of Spain, her acta of
' hostility on the froniitr set'lenicntt, combW;
Hid With the traitorous machlnat'iima ef our
wn citizens, rendtr it ttrretsary (hat our ar
r my should be considerably increased. -
".' 'H'hingie Citp, Jjnutrj Id.
w Mi rcw'o, .. . !-' ",
, "SIR, t v . 4 . . jr . . ' -
Tbl day bill has been pasted by the
;;aate, wcre it originated, ' for aujcntiag
a, .. . . . ;'' '., '
this city, it is required that all MitacH axdue,
ef evcrj description, shipped for this port, must
be accompanied with a bpameh certificate ol
the consuls residing in the different ports;
under the penalty of the seizure and conns .
cation of goods and vessels. " The time given
to pat this- order in force, is to the 1st of -
March ; but the vessels now m this port,
ahbuld thef camebackwithout having every
package so certified, will be liable to the pe.
nilty. Nothing is excepted ut Negroes
It might bo welt to make thia known through
your paper, for the govetament of all coo
- v: '' ' - , January 2
The; lineraicned,' nia Danrsh.Miey V
Charge de Affairs and Consul General nar
the United States, hereby informs ail, those
whom it may concern, that for the assistance
of Maririners navigating the Belts, and eas. '
tern, coasts of iloUttin,' a Light-liouse has
been built at FakkebfergT which is aituate N. .
N. E. one-fourth of a Danish mile from the
most southerly points of the Island of Lange-'
land, and which in consequence of theeleva-:
tion of the hill is at nearest 155 feet above
the level of the sea. "" '.' - ':r. -
- ?iyf&. PEOERSON..
Jan. 1). v .-': ' .:....: 'f--.-y
r siri a --v h'; ; ,("',- ; January
By the China Packet, from Calcutta we
Jearn that an attempt had been "made, by' k"
atrong party of the natives, to, liberate the
Children tl lippo naib. ...Ihe fortress in
which they were confined was attacked, and
would have been carried, but for the timely
appearance ot a company of dragoons, who,
without? discrimination, cut down the aasai-
Jants.r - ' '. '".' .:-,---.y. "-; .y
There is some teason to suspect that an
understanding Is likely to take place between
the Chiefs in at. Domingo, and the trench
commandant there." Ferrand is said to have
pffered very liberal terms of accommodation,
and that they were not treated with violence, '
nor even with iudiuerer.ee. . :: ;, "'
2 'V'" ;' ':' Savanhahy JanuarylT.: '!
Yesterday arrived the aloop Two Friende,
leapt. Hubbtrd, in 17 days frbm New-Or.
leans by him we Tiavo bcenfavored wi'.h
.. r-i ! . :Lf
in I'limwin imormaiion i i oat .previous o
his leaTinp that places they were In preat
bustle, orRanizinR and traininglhe Vclnnteer
Corps, which appeared to be complcttly e
quipped and expert at their discipline, to the
numoer ot nom J io iuu men. I he regu
lar troops of .the place waa estimated at about
l SCO . men -the Militia were to be in requiil
tion in a few days, supposed to amount to a
bont IOCO men. - , -
. -Gommodore Shaw, in the Bomb-kerh
Vesuvius, was recruiting with great activity,
for the purpose of manning the different go-
vernment vessels, and such as might be af-'
tsrwards taken up by government. 5
Reports in circulation were; that Burr's in
famaus adherents consisted of from J to!
7000. men, ahd increasing daily that the
greatest unanimity prevailed 'among the In
habitants and the military, who, in ,conjur.cv.
tin with Commodore Shirw, were anxiously
wailing the arrival of the enemy. r ;
' The fortifioations were undergoing repairs,"
and the Negroes from the plantations were
ordered to assjst in putting the place in a pro.
Uceived at New-Providence, on the authority
,r'- . a a ." 1 1 1
oi wnicn the report nas oeen circuiaieo, ana
they do noC speak oTthe cession. i
A gentleman of respectability who hae
lately arrived front Pensacola, gives us the
following information i -
: M. MoraleSiJuitendant ol West-Florida,
has been confirmed in the exercise of his
function, by an order of the King of Spaic
v VThe king luving been Informed that many
foreignera purchase lands in large quantities
f In West-Florida, has ordered the intendant to
ell to none but Spanish subjects, and in pre
portion to the means of the purchaser!, and
the most advantageous conditions lor hit
treasury, on the same terms as he has hither
toiold. f.y:y,-i :yy;, ;::.. 1 ;,'. '-c::-''
Ah express order arrived during the Alar-
quis of Case Calvo's stay in the United States,
BACON per lQOtBi
Cotton per. lb. -Coffee
Cora per bushel) '
Flour per barrel, new :
D itto per half barrel, 1
Lumber per M
W.o. hhdauves, f '
R. o. do. do. 'do. -V.
o. bUr do. rough :
Shingles per 1000,
Sugar pr .wt. ,
Molasses per gallon v , .
Rum,' W. I, pr. g. 3d p.
Jamaica do. th p.
N. E. do.
Tar per barrel,
30- f . 33
30 barrels ditto
directing him to return to LouiaianactO-iLiA quantity of Sweed's Iron, fcc. See.
establish himself a new in the same cha-
Vacter with which he was formerly inves
" ted, and not leave the country until he
should be compelled by force.'? Probably
thia order, was not received until the depar
'ture of the Marquis for Europe. '
' It is calculated In the Troy Gazette; that
(8,00Q newspapere are printed in the state of
JiIew York, weekly, whichis 3,J67,200 year
ly sjdiisaming 8 J7 reams of paper annnally.
.'JFivej hundred covered Waggons were coun
ted yesterday, In this city, laden with the ;
provisions of our country. Baltimtre pcer
S .30 S ' 'v
-'loT 12 ' '
13 UU '
S . . 2 25
7 -!0 ,
50 . St
! jo r rs
a- 2 as
N W. RUGGLrS,. :
No. 2, R. Bradley's Wharf, offers for sale,'
Now landing front the ich'r Abigail from Long .
''-'Vs-.- ' Island. -A - ' : . , ,
?70pBushels superior quality Salt ' . 1 .r
too ditto St. Ubea Salt, from ch. Nancy 1
SO Boxes Chocolate J -
1 Cee Platillaa '
Also in Store 60 hhds. N. E. Rum ' : v
, , DottKsTOwir, Dec If.
f The " Ross( Beef, of OldEtigland," i
. frequently toasted, and probably is very good ;
Vut, it is a doubtful point, whether it exceeds
in quality tint of a Cow six years old, raised i
in this state, fattened and killed a tew days ,
since by Mr. Ytn. C. Rogerscf Warrington (
lOWnSllip r" - . ... -
The weight as follow, viz. Pounds." ;'
Four quarter, ; ; - y " - 1021
Rough.Tallow, C 16Sr "
-,vv" ' Total 1800
' The Sidney fat, or tallow, and that adhe
ring to the lore-quarters,, being separated,
weignea os. . .... '
CUSTOM.IIOUSE WILMINGTON. .
- : 'v. EnTxato ' ;
Jan. 2 1, SiA'r. Wm. Uf Margaret, Ljndouflan.
. Barbadoee :
:. ' Bm
. A. Torn
per state ol ileum e such wot the grnerI
Jmpitlse. No apprehensions were entertain
.cd by the inhahitiints of Burr's success.
A number cf vessels were in port, and the
embargo still continued.. Captain II. had
previous to his sailing, to obtain a passport
frm Governor Claiborne, which enabled him
to pass vha forts and armed vessels in the ri
ver. .Three of Ms men entered on board
United States vessels In port. '.' "
From Washington, January , i
'Almost the whole day has been expended
in discussing a motion roaJe to recommit the
slave bill to a select ctjmrniliee ' The princi-;
fsl tbjtcf for recommitment, was to provide'
some way to take care of the negroes that,
might hereafter be imported contrary to the '
provisions of that bill j and that though for
feited, they should not be sold for the benefit
of the United States. After two hours land
an half debating, the re-commitment was'
carried. , . .
f In Senate, Mr. Traey hat reported bill
for the coining silver 20 cent piecciand hV
ver 2 cent pieces. . , . . (
. In Senate, on the 5th Inst. General Smith
moved, that a committee should be "appoint
tad to enquire whether any additional fcrcr
was necessary to the military eatablishment
of. the United States. 'He Introduced' it is
. . s . sva m . . '
aaying, mat ne nao oeea of opinion in 180?,
i im me armj migni wun saiety te rrductd
j to its present establishment but that having
; added t eer territory en immense tountry,
' situated at such a distance, from a possibility
; of friving it Immediate assistance from the
i militia cf the States, he had for some time
j been of opinion, that n additional force hid
thereby been made necessary.
Sloop Two Sisters, Church,
" ' Sch r Ann Ehta, JiufgUt,
11 - Balina, UaskncU,
23 Sloop Fair Play, Luthert
2 1 StbixJsiendship, uiwt
'. . Brig Sally, Levis, ' 1 .-
26 Sch'r Kanitter, Crosby
. Minerta, BarLr, ,
t lvy, Iver, . , ,
' ( Free Mason, Sweet,
, ... . tvtltni, 1 wjtross,
V , " miith Sugar and Coffee.
27 Brig Georgia Packet, Parker,' Jamaica
' &Vr Rhoda. Robbins, Trinidad, triA
"' i' Sugar, Maksses V Fruit
1 Susannah, C rant, GuJdntou fx, with
Svgar, Molauet and Fruit.
2 . Regulator, ACIihenny, Charleston:
,11 ' Traveller, Atoad, Artp-JV
. 'yShijt Neptune, ArnuU, Providence, R, J.
Brig F.qHutor, ' Millert".:i Tobago
"" SLf Lydia, Gardner, Kir folk
, Brig Ohio,, Rust, Jamaica
i " Sch'r Venus, Ctodwin, St. Croix, uilk
' Coffee If Sugar.
Abigail, Berry, Baltamas, with sail.
Feb.l. Sch't Mercator, Harding - Jamaica
tuoop Balsora, H'Xgtni, Uomtnuo
Sch'r Amaton, frosty, : , . Boston
CiKAIBD I .
Jm, 13, Sleep Jtmtt Hartn, Crtker, ilonseral
21, ling Jllontetunj, Liiueln,' Barbaioet
82, ifilft tame, UwUihJ, ' Charleston
n Seh'r.Brtsy,- $ajre, Z"St. Thonai
23, Brig Xaty 3 Henry, Day, . - Boston
Hamilton, Harding, . ! , Barbedoet
Sch'r Venus, 01 w, ' ' N.Tork
24, Luey, AlUn," Barbados
Brig Fix, Whitney i : ' . Jamaica.
S,i&Vr Madxk.nrar.Je, Jiiiee, West-Indies
: ' f Union, Titcomb, ; Jamaica
28, Oitrlct, Robinson, , Antigua
29, Brig Alexis, Letingston, Londonderry
31, Sch'r A. , I. Haley, i Jamaica i
' ' - Morning Star, Joy, - lortola
Ship Nancy, Wntdtor, r ' Larladoei
Feb. 2, Sch'r Vandjck, Sjmonis, . Boston
SO Pair of Gentlemen's fashionable Boota.
; Wilmington, Feb, 2.
The Subscribers have just received v
r;'yy y and offer ferJoUf. ,'.. '
40 puncheons N. E Rum :
: 50 :-"5-do. -U- Molasses - -
20 hogsheads Sugar ' '
Full actts Dining Tablet
Single do. do. ' . - . - '
High post Bedsteads - V s
. Chairs, different kinds -
.Side Boards 1 , '
Barrels No. I & 2 Beef ' ,
Half barrels do. No. I .
Rounds Beef in kits "y ."
Fine and coarse Salt
Soal Leather, '
oautxer a qo4
a v.t . . . .1. ' . i
Fresh English and American Gar
' , den Seed; . '
. , ' - "'.;-';... .
: T Geer and Avery
TJAVE juat received a general assortment
M of freah and genuine GARDEN SEED ;
a part of which are imported direct from Lon
don, the remainder are from the Quaker seu
tletnenia in New-England. Catalogues may '
be seen at our store. . v . , - - - .
' - .Wilmington, Febauary ; ,3w ." '
Ataroeetingof the Commissioners 'I
f ORDERED, - ' :
v rri . .1 ti
iiiai mc owners oi ait slaves
hiring out by the day in the town, apply at '
the house of the subscriber .and procure
Badges for such of their slaves at shsll be per :
mitted to hire out, on or before the 0ih inst, .
and all slaves hii ing out by the day, by them-,
selves, or hired out by their owners, who shall ,
not be funrished with Badges after that day, '
will be subject to he apprehended "and com- .
milled to jail at tha expence of their owners. .
Ky Order, . - , '"
V Tliomas Callender, T. a .
February J. '.. ' . . ,
To be Rented, v -: "
',' . etnJ pejpjpen given Immediate 1jt " ' "'
The House on the hill, occupied
by Mrs. Sarah Mosely. For particulars ap
ply to the subscriber.
; -A. Jean Yoiuiger.
; Janasry 28. . 3.1 '
100 Dollars Reward; :
' To be Hired
St the mtntb. anarler. or tarlt.
TJWO Negro men. lx. Demio, t
X! carpenter, Llmeilck, a bricklayer.
As ihofe Negroes have not permiffion to
hire themfclm, by jobbing or otherwlfe,
my perfon wiotlrj to employ thtrn,' will
mike application to the fubferibrr.
Pl T. FITZGERALD.
. February a.
THIS morning a little before dijlipht, ,
my lloufo wtt fet pn fiio by Ne
groes j thcflitneshaj reached sbout ia
feet high when the fire wis difcovered by.a
1 Negro git), wlio fortunaiety hid gona
out for feme light. wood to mend the fir
in the room in which try childrrn flrpt .
(he fsw four Negroes juft rctiiiog from
the fuo. and on callirtc out thru imm..
diatcly i sn off lowardi the river and mace
their efcape, As my kitchen door was
open and every appearance of their has--,
ing been In it, and nothing miffing cither
out of the kitchen or from the plantation,'
I have veryflrorg fufplciona that they
wets employed by a molt malicious rafcsl
for this purpofe. The above reward wilt
be given on conviction of the perpetrator
of this Chocking tranfaaion.
; ' G. MACKENZIE.
. Lillipsit,' January a8, 1807.-
' ' Garden Seed, ' -
rVllZ subKribsrs have just received from
New-Toik k Boston, end rWTer for sale,
an assortment of FRESH GARDEN SEED.
' JOHN WILLK1NGS k COi
l(h a. ear - .