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RTna Juryi tnwhlch tr'.Uf uld,
t -gBmga Wdt a pardoned inaC Mr. JJurrob-,
, aerved that 64 had received an unsolicited .
: v pardon from the President, which he had re
- fuaedi Some conversation ensued. :. It was
- ! contended that, As Bollmaa had refvised the
pardon, he ould not be considered as a par.,;
'-;' dotted man, and that his evidence ought Dot :
' .'- therefore to he received. .. .sf'
- ' " The Melampua British friRate, Wbich,;a
" few 4ays ago, went in quest of the brig Ce-
rts.'fcaptured off our Capet j smalt French'
;' privateer, returned td her anchorage oil Tues-
uay, auer an unsuccesstul pursuit
'." -V:. . .Mjim--
James Usher lr
j ' . The 15th Inst, was the day appointed for
, the meeting of the .Commissioners of this
vv State and of Georgia, at Buncombe Court
house, for the purpose of adjusting, ihe long
disputed boundary of the ; two States. ' W
unnenuna tnat cresulent Caldwell, of our
.University," and President Meigs of the Unl
. tersity of Georgia, accompany the Commis-'i
aioners ill Order to make the observations ne
. cessary to ascertain the 35th. degree of north
i ' ' ; latitude, the true line of division. ' ""T
; ;; ; ; ,Vt r. Register. '.
- tfV f "i. :: dv ; f.r-;i ' f it-
- The dissolution of the British Parliament '
by the Kmg, after tin existence of one-yearY
instead of seven,' because he cannot "mould
, , v them precisely 16 hi wish, Is ah "alarming
tteasure for that xounWy1. ' The reasbn aU'
- ledffed for iU in the Address frbm th TKm,,..'
of appealing to the voice pf the people, is ;
known no to be avtrue one becaUe if the i'';
. i people of that country wtre hiardttl Elections
(which they rfe riolan immediate reformat,
lion of the corruptions of Government would 1
; take placet It is in oroW to get a Parliament
that will he more sieiwnf to the King's wishes,
wr the wishes of those about him, far he not'
, in tte to; think for 4 himelf-Hls lalej
Speech. was defiireret) by'protylZfa
: CUSTOM-HOUSE, WIL>ON. U
. 1 ''-: Emt'shp's' U'
ltM 2une,,Sck'r1hreeJ?rtodj, Parsley, Fhi
't ,'t;.:'V : ;i':',;v 4 ..' . :' .S..v'' iadeiphla
- '24, BxprnnteHt, CotziusW New-York
. JS9, amp janirsonnsmi s : iiristolf ti
, Sch'r, .Johht Robcrsont JtarbadotM'.
' vfurpnj, v , --..i";; New-Tork
, 57, &A'r, Arubah, Turners .1 harbadoes
; '". . y ' .
. f uiiva
on the evening of Saturday the iorh i '!
Inll. to fet fire to this town by fome evil ' j
' minded perfon or nerfonS- . The ahrr-
ward will be paid on convlflion of the Inly
cendiary to any one who will lodge fucn
," . i nforrnaiion al may tend - to the aucovetf '
of the bfFendcror offenders," and dcTcI'ope
. . A attempt fo truly diabolical.
, ( tf By Order of the Commilfiohern
. .;. Th i callehdek, t. c.
'T'ltA luWriber tnlfoVms the inhabitant of
Wilminglon and its Vicinity, that he has
Jbr the present taken 6Ir.. i G. Vr',ghiV
, iitore In 'market-slreeti below Mr." Scott's,
. where he offers for sate oh the moil rei&oha
i bl terms, A very general assortment bf Dr
Goods, Griker1es,8tc. ace. via. Callicoes, Silk
- aaj Cotton ttiaiubiays fiuhvd and plain
Cambrics,; nd Lenaus, Book and Jacqueoct'
; iluilins; figured and plain Gihghatas, Cami
brick Dimitv, Ailk and Cotton Stockings,
.llartdannah Handkerchief Vetvtt Hibbonr,
Coiioh Pit Nic Mitts and aieavesv Patent
Suspenders, ' Silk and Cotion Umbrellas,
Wen'a Sdk and Chip Hats, feshionable Bon.
htts, Unen, turn Lawn; Grandarllls, Cotton
Cassimeri Silk fyr Gentlemen's Coals, Su
. pcrflne Black Clotha, i)rb Caiere,
. ' Tbread, Tapes, fcc. kc. v
Old French Brandy, Lisbon, Sherry, Claret,
Aladcira Wines and London PnnrJ .
f Freth Teas, Almond, Raisons, prunes,
. TFi. Olives, Anchovies, Capers, Rsh Sauce,
. Spanish and American Segars, Tobacco in
paper for chewin and snjoakin, Mccab)f
fhd Scotch Snuff, kc. kc. . ''
Al the subscriber bs taVen" great cafe la
Ka fteler.lion of th above Ariitlr and lntAitd
' lling at the most reduced prices for tssb
-only, he" natters himself that many who bate'
heretofore bought on credit writ find h ad
.. . vantsgcousto purchase of him.
v THOMAS WRlCliTi.
.June 30, iJ' ..
HAS juft received and opened a fmall
confignment of frefh Summer Goods '
from Philadetphu, - confiding -.of hand-"
fomeGallicoei, tamboared Muflins, Cam
brick', ice. which will be difpofedof W
reafanable terms, for - calh," produce, of
notes at flilv divsj neuiiibleat 'thifT.n- '
.Fr Bank. ', - ,A ;;f J,
Jone $o. .- , '.A.tiv..,,t.;.
pWENTV-nVE or thirty Cords of
X Pine Fite-Wood, to be delivered Itn-"
mediately, for which cafh. will be given
the fubrcriber, will alfo contract for the
(ame quailhy to be delivered monthly;
- N..W, RUGGLES.
:r No. S, R. Bradley' Wharf.
Jane 30. .. , .-. ''Kv:if "
For Plymouth, r
ne merican dig
Minerva, james Clever
land mailer. ' For Cabin
gnt or tlftage; Ipp!
yv o . mailer on- board:
or 10 ,
X - 1 rawas
V3 Hogsheads Molasses ' ; ,w -'30
Puncheons 3d proof Rum ? "" .
30 HogsheadaSuperior quality Sugaf r' 1 -
It Tierces- ' -do. ' ' ' - ' ..
30 Barrels-" , do. , ' r
30- Hogsheads N. E. Runt , -:"
Casks Claret Wine ' . . .
June 2. ; N.W.RUGGLESL
"SlierifPs i Sales; M;
7N the tenth day of July next, will be
V told at the Court. H
land as the property of Hardy Powell, fit.
aated orf the bead of Highfmhh'a Swamp,
joinibgihe'' lands of, Jacob Powell and
Charles Cogdell, CO fatisfy fundry Writs
of Vtnl. Exp,, vs. faid Hard; Po welt and
. Bcnntt fellows.
v . : u, s A ' a Wm.";ku tt.
June 2 j
Ten Dollars Reward.
RANAWAY from thefubfcti'ber on
I the i tfl,- April lath a negro pan aa.
about five feel five inches bich. htout maJe
find flutters fomewhat in Ms T pec"t1 bran.
ocu pn ins oreaii wiin mc teller fw. nad
on when , he went away a blue jacket
and liorherpun trotifersfuppofed to be
harboured tip the N. E. or N. W..HU
tttU'- Whoever Uill deliver the faid E
phraim to the Tubfcriber of in the . Wil.
mirigron jail, (hall receive the above reward
and all realbhable expence by i!
June a. 3 W;:,KEt)DlE:V
-To be Let or:; Sold
. ()n liberal and accom tti bdat ir g terms, ! . -
THE houfe and plantation belonging
,to.Viilim Grav., Berry Eftj. for
merlv the property of, Mr. Langdon, Ct
uatedbn the fotin.fj and about, eight or
nine miles from Wilmingtonthe hand,
tome fituation of it is A defirabla keir9t
at thil feafin of th vear lor iti '..rirl.n.
of A gentleman's familv. Tha nUniaiiii.
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contains snout 400 acres or una. pan of
wnicn nai Dcen planted and produced ex
client coVh. ; -
; The fined filn and oylieri bh ihe coaft,
with fcveral other nectflaries and luxuries
of life are urndiired In ahurulinr
The houfe confiding of A Hall 18 by 2o
ieet--one adjoining cnamoer and fmall
clofct a pantry And dairy bh the fiifl Buorj
and two anartmenti on thk fernnt . I. 1.4
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g(KJ order, and the houfe tjuitA fitfor the
immediate rtceptien of A genteel family j
' For fuhher particbUri apply . ;
tl la v'fohn Barclay
May 19 ..-;.- .- t- -r-r
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nnHE subscribers to the life of
A . General Washington are in
iorraeti the 5th Volume and Atlas
of the Battles are received, and
to dc oexiverea. on payment or
tnf bubsenpuon due. . ,
' Any other persons can now sun-
ply themselves with " this' interes-.
ung rworx, . as a iew ; sets Will be
left on hand. ': , " s-
ftn J v JOHN LONHOK.
TfiUon Kin ?$gf:
btaLLlNG OFF - i
' At UEDucEd prices; ;
THE bubfenber havinu determined to
decline the retail bufinefi, cflferl for
fale hli temaimng Stock, of Goods vtry
tow for csfh. and for aooroved Hinka.
ble notes 6, 9 and li months credit will
he given, .
v A; LAZARUS.
' May 12. ; . . . . .
,: .sT n J?
KAN.AWAY about a fori nigh agin
from DlantaitonOld Town. Rn.nf.
wick tmihty; a neero Icllow name i '
, -V . 1 iuiiiw nii:c
Aged between; j6 and 40 years, about $
feet1 6 or 7 inches high, Jlout made, has
- v" " vi, ms icet, wiin '
a cqnfiderable blcmiQi in one eye 1 bsd on
wuca no aDiconaea. a vtrv wnin
jacket, rveft and trouleri of the fame,'
an uiu iuuuu nai--ne is luppoled lo
be lurking about col. HiV where he
formerly lived. Whoever will fecure, or
lodge him in" the 'goal bf Wilmington, or
deliver him oh the aforefaid plantation,
Will receive the abuva rewatd frnm Mi
I Barclay, with all reafonableeapences.. t
H ' The- fame, reward is alfo offered far .
iegid icllow named. . " . ; .
The fcKnnrer Tbr
tullki, O. Elliot maf.:
ter. For freight or
N. W. RUGGLES.
.No. a, R.Bradley V
' Jone 30. i-
'HOSE, petfon wbohaVe.' any'ac"-'
touuts sgalMt the lublcrlbet, will .
lea fa to firtdfr tht Lmi in Mi. InKn '
lis relay, and all ihofe who are indebted 10
me Are icquc&ed to make immediate piy
ient,; - , ' ' ,
Ma; Jtf. . ; Wai. G. BERRY.
20 Dollars Reward.
Ran AVvAY from1 tbe lubicriber otl
Friday Efcnirfg last a M gre Man DatrJed
; FRANK, .
bodt 30 yearV of Age about feet high and ll
writ made, hit a aaf undp' i!id left .
occasioned by tbe tooth ache, and two of
His under lorctetin are out had on when
ti'ii rnt aa a dark cnlnnt-pit Irah -nl
I and homeioun overalls, ahd took sllh him
tnclhodtam and sometirftes exhorts. , ,
' f auinect the aforesaid Xearoia Iurkine
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about vnmington ana 111 attempt 10 tnsae
hi escspc in some vessel -airjnsutrt 0
.rl. and oihtra ara tbereiora taolionei
acaint harbourlag, tffiploying of carrying
1111 wi ......
The ahova reward Hill be friven for ahnre.
fVcndids; and sccirinr iald Kcrto in jU
or ItrinRinR bin to main Urunswlck county.
March a. JAMES FLOWERS.
Who abfcbr.dcd from the (aid ptantation
about a Wet it. ago lie U aged about 10
or 10 treats, j icet f or 8 inches high
and well proportioned, is extremely artful
and etaCve in hjs at fwcri had on when
he went away a round brown cloth jacket,
lintb fhirt) a pair of diik homefpoa trtu.:
fcrs and an old black hit -he la r,nn ,r.j
to be lurking about Wilmington or fome
wnere in tne county ot riesnlianover or
Drunfwlck) be is wrll known in both 1
be wai laft pUrchafed from Wm. ill, jtfa
Who bbughi him from ihetdateof the late
Mr ;Adams Of Fajetteville, . ;
RlaOeia of teirela or any crsft are'eau.
tioned againfl carryihg them off.
' Howard & Stewart
BEG leave 10 inform the inhabitants
A Wilmington and its vicinity, that
1 hey art now opening at their flore , in
Mstket.Street, a very general and hand.
" r O mfsm wuuiujcr
Goodi. They feel ConfcioUs thai from
the great care taked in felacling the aCfort.
ment, that the ladicl and gentlemen will
fnd It (0 their i&terefl to apply before the
aftbrtmeot becomes broken,
i April l y. ' tf. :
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Eahds fotSale or Rent,
TTIHE fubferiber - offers for fale or
leafe,' on reafonable terms, a pUrt.""
tattoo in Brunfwick County, contaimog
774 acres, adjclningthe Court. Houfe, on
which is a large Dwelling Houfe, ic.
The above landa rent fince the 17th laft -March
at 30 dollars per nnum.
A. valuable tract ot Land in Bladen
County; on the N. E. fide of the N. W,
River, adjoining the Lands of the late
Col. Thomai Owen, weHtirobered with
oak & pine, and convenient to the river. "
- Alfo a tract of Land on Topfail Sound '
containing 400 acres, to the Southward, - -and
Eallward of Virginia Creek on which
mere is tome improvement. ,
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,1 once more notice thofe that employ' "
my negro wench Sally unknown to me, ,1 ,
which is very much to my injury, t will .'
firofecute them as the law diredsthe
aid Sally i$ to hire by the year J quarteily -payment
will be expeQed. . , :
A A VAtUABI,? MSGRO WOMAJV '"i" '
an excellent cook walherand ironer
-, V. JOHN MRTlNr
SherilT's Sales.-" : . -
ON Wednefday the SQth day of July 1
next,' will be lold at the-Couit ' "
Houfe aoa acrci land on the Eall fide of v
the N. Kail River, and on ihe.Eaft fideof -Godfry
011 the South fideof the brick yard
and 83 acres on the North fideof the brick,
ta.d joining A. Girrifon's line by virtue
oliveni,' p. tome directed at thjfear''
of Wm. King;, vs. Jamest Towning.;
Alfo W acres land where Dahll Yatea
now.refidei,by virtue of a vtnd. t 'tit. :Kts
ktel I.ane. f. flinirl Y.t.e ; v '
f Alfoj. loocres lai.d on Bull tat) branch
joining A. D- Bordeaux, by virtue of ' '
vend rjr Thomas Murray, vs. Berla
min Evans.' .v !..;-.;,.;...;.".,;. -
. Wm. NUTT, Shff;
Junelj. , ,
For the year: 1806.
TkTOTlCE Is hereby" given, that th
.11 fubferiber is, ready to receive thV
Taxe for the year t8ofi, and calls upors
. all concerned lo make payment as Toon aa
poflible he will attend regularly at hi
office to receive the fame and at the en
fuing eleaion will be prepared . with th
li CI lorihs purpofs of receiving raxeii
A ;,Y,-;-.;- ' Wm. NUTT, Shff.
; June 43.. - ''..:Si::," :-; ' -
PURSUANT to an A3 of the ja(vl
General Affembly, dircfling a fale of
public lands adjoioipg Smithvilje will be '
fold on a credit of ; fix months by" public
aucVion at the School-houfe of faid Town
on Saturday tbe 2ad of Auguft next,"' all
of faid laous in convenient lots,' or par. '
cell r fuflicient titles lo be figncd-oA the
purcnaleri giving approved lecurity.;
;: . John Conyers, . '. ;
(. Benjamin Blaney, '
;1" .' i Cw, Samuel Potten; '
. Smithville, March 31, 1807.
for sale. - '.,
A PLANTATION feven miles lW
town" called Fork TleMi,: containipg.
at leaR 00 acres, on which is a Dwelling
Houfe and out houses and about 40 acr t
of cleared ground ; belonciogto Mifs Eft-
I Jean Ewens...Tcrmi,cauWior particulsia
; apply 10 John Martin cr Benjamin BlamV
1 omiiovuie, ,. May tj.
Subscriber Ifitchds Icavinr tbTa
" Slate lA a verv abort tlm. bm! k
hopes no one will neglect presenting their
account lor pajmcni.
June . , iOIlN FEADODt.
T'HE subscribers Inform their frienifa aril
X tk nntilir In .n...1 t k v.'
.... r li. UCJ
bpened a store, In Mr. Avery's row, five
doors north east corner of Market Street,
where they effer for sale on raw -terms for
prompt payment, a genet al aswmmeot of
goods adapted for tbe season .
Groceries of all kinds,
- . EaU and West India Goods, v '
7 French Brandy and Holland Gin, ' ":
Old WbiOtey and Peach Brandy,
. JtejsBuer and! do. Hops Lard, '
,( urria riour,
. . do . , Pilot Dread,
with a general assortment of Dry Goods ef
the Very bet quality, all of which will be sold
on rcaaapawo terms, either by wholesale or
.n'L-i ' - - ' v 11
,i . reny, Fontaine, Co. . .
, Wilmingtoh, 3ld June, 180f. .'
N. B They have also a store in Fayette.
till Under the firni of
; Terry, Tcrguson's", U Co. .
RAN AWAY on the loth inst. a like.
If negro man caVd "
Billy, arid sometimes William '
be Is about 6 or ay years old, is of a ytli
low complcKionbciogft ifustce, hela '
about Icet 5 or 6 Inches high, fqtme
built, bis legs are a, little bow'd, walks'
lather heavy andlary. hia countenance .
fpeaks highly in hit favor, and whenever
fnoke to, lie smiles 1 he is a mill
bv trad i and one of the mnn r..r,i .
hia colour in. the Stated-He may -endea-
vwr u pais ior a iree rnsn, and change hia
name, fee He has taken wiih him hia
cloaths, ard having money4 msy alier
his dufs to prevent t!eietlion.JA Kia
moiher llvtd with Mr. Jofeph Clark when
he refilled at Ncgtclicad point-, p,o'bably
he may have gone to Mr. Jonah CUrk'i k
now rtCding at Spting.Gaiden on RockyI
Point. . ' , , . . ,
tY Tb printeri alnnr tb fi...i...,i ..'
isr as tuenion, ate jetjuiRed o infcrl tha
above ooce a weik for a month, and fend
on their bills either to' the printer r,f
Georgetown or to Mr. Charles Keifliaw
of ChilleOon. or the SuKfrrih.. -
BENJAMIN ALSTON, 7unV.
Georgetown June 10, 1807. " "