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- Contain cortostJanJlnx Articles' with the
Russian Treaty.- It nUo novidi. ihit until
apeace ,hall take plaice between Britain' and
:' " France,-the port of Dahtzic, and every other
Sort and place under the dominion of the
ling of Prussia, shall be ahut against the'
u ue oi cngiann. . . ; s-
F3ICit InrtLLIC-.SNrKnthe utwuf sj
l f f a ot thls 'p'ri from&reeltoek, and Liverpool,
v '-A received jS.Vi oF'E'nWitrhireT fiani
'hh'wihMimjieUfihuuxtrt this, day's,
AmoHgatherieletHt''eiMeiJ account of
t5 itifojuiif mjvcinciHs oj me owzaisn army,
- since the re-commencement of hostilities withthe
French, and of the application of, hit Swedish
Majesty for a renewal of the a-mistice, but it is
... - . J I..L . I t . '
v utiitit vmeiner or nai oe en renewed.
"Z r".'-v Baltimore. Scot. n.
" On Mondav-mornimr last the II S
fr'reate Chefaneake and two pun boat ar-
, ' - .
rivet! at Annapolis from Norfolk : and on
Wedriefday they failed, with a fair wind,
down the bay. WVLaiequaiied
wiiu tne ooieti pi ints expedition. ;-
.WASHINGTON. CITY. Sent. 18.
A letter is received in this eitv. dated
Richmond, jibinft. by which it appears
that the court had that day given an opin
ion in the cafe of colonel Burr, that may
be faid to have put an end to the proceed,
ings in this cafe, ? It goes to the exclusion
of teflimony, and of courfe to-theacnuit.
.: tal of Burr, on the charge againft him for
" i rnifdemeanor.: The fubatance only of
the opinion which is given above, 1 hat no
Miiiuvu nvuiu 'vt pQIUJlllcu U UC au
. duced. is given in the letter.
After the opinion of the court wn de
livercd feveral questions were addrelled to
' , , th Chief Justice by the counfcl for the U.
: States, as to the effect of that opinion. uu.
on canicular' Ddlnts.' At lenoth Si
. k; O ' WW
deemed the most eligible courfc to adjourn
' the Court '(ill the next day, in order that
the counfcl oh both fides might be furnilh.
ed with copies of , the opinion, and be en.
abled to .j'idge of its application tojhe
evidence which might l)e offered to prove
anv Particular fact.
TU Court adjourned ,tili"Tuefday at
- Sherilf 's Sales.
VN the fecond dav ot OAnher' will
V be fold on the premifw Thelot with
th -wharf and imorovemrntt thrr.nn
known by the name ef'.Dcan'ijo Uvied
upon to latuty tunary wnuol fi.fa.vs.
thVdevifccs Of Tes. Dean.
1 The lot will be divided, and the wharf
par 1. fold fir ft. which if infuflicient 10 ftiiv
the judgments, then the remainder wilt be
io:a. ' . M
Alfo on the fame day, will be fold, at
the .court houfe, fifty acres land about 13
miles from town between the main road
and Sound, adjoining the lands of St.
George and David Greer, levied upon to
latistj an Luecut ion Timothy Blood-
worth aflignedioThoaui Folk vs. Rebec-
ca uiooawortn ana au,
. ;v ' Wm. NUTt, Shff.
r Aug 20. . .
: Plate Lost
. T?ROM the Subfcribtr'i honf, in m:.v
JL rillo, an old f(hioned filrt r Teaspoon
wiiutiw armi or ine iae k.01. Ur n
In the fummer of iSoc.'a de fert Snrtan
with' the abovement toned arm. an ih
. : hatrdle j alfo a Te Spoon gadiooned round
' the hsndle and a (hell in raifed work placed
at the -end with ftngle Swan engraved
under it. 1 About the fame time M.
; MASTER MASON'iJwel of Goldau
aviivu iv a (lulu, ( .,
'1 vAod ini the.moniV of KT.'t.ft
aid houfe in Wilmington, A Tea Spoon
similar to the firft mentioned. ' . ,
' v ' Information refpecling'anjr of the above
, mentioned articles will be thankfully re.
ceived and 1 generous reward paid' on de.
- llverj either. At fuch thefts are rapid.
1 encreaGng and ptobabty would not be
a a . k a
pcrpciraieu out ojr the encouragement of
, dtOionefl urchaferi. a greater fum will
te given on legal conviaion of the Thief
?r Hccelver, and upon difcovcry of any of.
lender the fevered ptofecelion Way be de
fended on by ''.
' 5 BENJAMIN SMITIIi
, ! To be tet, and may be entered Imme-.
. , dlatclfVlhe Ilotife Art HoknVaf . '
graved on the back df t he. handle,, beini. h " 2 'T lherpkurpoM nof r?
F 1 lu iruil X wi - V Militia qired of tbls State ; when'. 48,
from hi! hOUItf in Wllmlnotna. ar1 j ... ..
1 j occupied b; Mr. W'Aufla,nfc ., , ,
"Eoouiie as above''
I Jone?. ..!: v. (:.V f, '
WANTED U hire for six or IwrTra
f months, one r ,t wo good strong Ne
, groMsn. Apply to
1 ,' . . . G.- Hutchinson U Co.
' , Sept. 13. , , ;
A Great Bargain !
HE fubfenhers offer for fate their
ltock of G.iods. which con Ti Hi of
abviut one half nt Weft Lrjia produce and
' Eall' India Goods', t lie whoe- have been
baught on the lowed term the. great ad
vantage ;that- the purehafer Would' fjoffefs
fro'n having fo large a proportion of t
itock of calh art icles rpult be obvious to eve.
ry one':. Inventory may.be ieen, and terrai
very accommodating made known by ap--
piicaupnto , ;, .. ,
Hooper & Mitchell.
Septembef 14. v ":; ' 3W. '
iHEfubfcribers requell the tavbr of
thofe Geutlemen uoon whofe books
th,y fiand itiJchTed7to" render in thvir ac
counts for articles fupplied them fr the
tagine, to the nrlt t AuultcUrrent.
Cam wtU be given ror f. 4. timber, or
Logs thirty 4cet long and upward. ;
--U. Hutchinson c co.
HvTOTICE is herebv rfiiven.; that th(i
I XI fubfcrlSer at the la ft Couittv , Court s
nniMiied letters ot adminiltratioh on.: thf i
jl. . . - : . . t .
ejlaie oi Nathaniel Sweeny, dec. all per!
ions inccoieu to uiq euaie are aeurea to
make payment as foon as poflible and
all thole to wliom the eltate "is indebted
ar-requefted to render in their accounts
within the time prefenibed bv law. other.
i Vile they will be barred ot recovery. . "
. I LJM IV rl A If W I v
-FOR' SALE V
45 Puncheons 4th .proofjimaica Rum, " -
5 Unas .vioiatuca. Apolf to -.
Perry, Fontaine, h Co.
August 25.' -'' " '' .'V
FOR SAl.r. .:
A CARGO f Liverpool Salt, expected to
arrive in all tbe month f October
For terms apply to JOHN SCOTT.
For Freight or Charter,
rPHE stanch, strong, and well found , Brig
Katt, Henrv E. Dav matter, either for
ttOSlon or anv OI tha Wft. India iilinriu Aa
one half of her cargo Is now made up for
Bohton, the preference would be given to that
place.- For passage or freight, apply to
' Sept.; 35. -A-.' - , .V x : " ,"
GUN.BQATS ' C 1
In confequence of aoolication from th
committee appointed at the meeting , of
the Inhabitants of Wilmington and in VI.
,cioityr'0n the" 8th of July laft. The Se.
ctetaryot the navy, has been plea led to
give alTurance that every thine in. his
power mould oe cone tor the dele nee of
the DOM and harbour of Wilaninrton. and
I I f O p
author ifes an immediate contradi, for all
I the buildinr materials rrauired for threa
i Gunboats under the conditions, and ac-
cording to draft which may be feen'by
Innlvinn tf '
. BENJAMIN bMlTH. ,
September J. . t
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 39, leoj
On the tlth Inst, a ireneral mnati
held at Edenton, for the purpose of raising
unUertd their services.
n .t ...t . ' '. .; "'
On the 11th Inst, the M.htia of Edgcomb
was called together far tK
r men, toeir quota ot tne number to be
furnished br this State. wHn. aft a
otic address from Miin naifnnr. n,t nn:,.
) w eivsivv
eing.givetty.that-aucb-es were disposed tor
""" im voumry causa must ad.
anee four paces in front pt the regiment 1 af.
A a V A a a a w . f
icrBBurum arm Die had pasted the third
time, they were immediately joined by caDt.
"'""f" .ig iniamry, who displayed
great patriotism upon the occasionTheir
example wis followed by the whole of the
regiment, IS men only ekcepted, who msn."
Ifested their teal by 3 cheers. A Sd attempt
was made to draw from the Regiment the 1ST
men onlr, but 304 rushed (Hit fir tha 11 .
ment, formed and marched after tbe drum
ana nie, etch contending to be Rrtt to re
venge their country's wrongs, and lots were
t last cast to determine who should have tha
preference. lb, t
. Some apprehensions hsvebeen entertained
that because Burr has succeeded In prevent
log the evidence of Hen. .WilkJason, e
being given to the public in open courte, that
this ctidcn will be lost. It Is not Improba.
ble tbat we rosy yet have It in our power to
give, thro' the medium of the Aurora, a cir
cumstantial detail of what Wla ,.
gling suppressed, and also the whoU 1 othe
....,v. vrunujury at riicbmood.
' . 2 r ... m . . Aurora.
Tbe tefl fathnr' fbtb Rthrl Bu.m,
1 mi uuiuucr rc4uirxa, inciuatDg omcers, vo-
in n Jajt frtm Liverpttf, and brings
din date tq ihi Ztb August t and Liverftal
It lie loth. ; Also di spate bet from lbs Ami
titan Isgatitn in Lends t the Secretary f
State; . tVktn the Rtbert Burns failed, tbe
Amtrican - viejfels were hurrying. fft bring
in daily expeclathn of an embargo ,A Ze
den paper , ef the .Zib'fujfs, that 'as yet
Here bat faen. nt'trniargt (id in American
vessel, Jl" ..-:' '" , ,
W t'iM w-i
'The following remarks on the affair of the
frigate Chesapeake, are from the London
Courier of the 6th Aug. -' -lM.
We have received Halifax papers of the
1 1th, containing an account of the proceed
its towards the Chesapeake frigate. ' CAP
'Adlit HUMPHRIES APPEARS TO HAVE
CONDUCTED . HIMSELF THROUGHOUT
THE BUSWESl WITH THE GREATEST
nevrtuii IT v v . . .
The American populace appear, in their
sensdes Tage, to be desirous of plunging
into war with ihis cpuntryThey seem un
witling to leave any chance of amicable ad
justraentbetwechthe tvo governments. All
the mott violent and Scurrilous epithets that
are to be found in the Lcgl'uh language, are
heaped upon this country.": Public meetings
have been held in almost all the towns, and
aeh teems ta be de&irout of diaHniiiahinv
itself by the superior intemperance and fury
rCf :i.'..M,n!.. tx;:n .u. A :
v. v 1 v-uiuiivua. l ill uic ziiicricu go
vernmentbe able to stem this torrent, and art
according to the dictates of ressoo and reSec
tiort? .lHs supposed that it will not be able
to oppose the popular fury , but will be forced
into measures 01 immediate Hostility. WJien .
1 the. Two Friends left Charleston on the 7th
July, it was apprehended that an"embarco
woym oc iam upon an uriusn vessels in Ame
rican ports. As to. hostilities towards us on
the prt of America, it would be idle to say
that we can entertain the least apprehension
respecting them. TWO FIFTY GUN SHIPS
WOULD BE ABLE-TO BUR A' SINJC A Sin
DESTROY THE WHOLE AMERICAN X. I.
VA. 1 hat ttm country has sought a war, with
the United 'States,' ho rrian, the American no-
. -1 .la -. . I
i PQiace exceptea, will assert. .- Wc have car
ried moderation almost 19 meanest, and for
, bearance to such an extent that the Americans
I see (1U0 have began to believe that it proceed.
eu irora tear. ; We again assert, that Admiral
aerkelj under the peculiar circumstance of -the
case, acted in a manner that deserves the tTiunki
of his (ountrp-iRi mt trust, every other Bri-
' . ft M a . m . .
tin omcer wno may o piacecnn a similar si
tuation, will act with the Same derioinn.
There was a report last night that the Admi
ral and Captain Humphreys had been recalled
We do not believe it." 1
V f James Wilson, one of the three seamen tn.
ken from the Chesapeake toas hanged at Halifax
on in ur iranr, agrccaoiy to tne sentence of a
muniw. mc oiner i wo w are tnormed
t aentenced bithe same Court Martial ta r.
keive nine hundred lashes each.
Tke Debositions and Documents nrovinv tfc
nativity of these wretched Americans, are given
at great lengm mine national Intelligencer.
JLerd Hawkjbury bat addrefti a tetter
ti tbe Lira' Lieutenant if Ireland, stating
ikat ' aecirding lis dtterminatim of tbe
Privf CsunciUfblptbeing American prefer.
ft. but nit tbe built of America! or em.
dunned at (rite viitbin tbe United Stales,
..;... ...j.. ... 1.,,... 1.
7i'f undersea letters, tanntt be einsid-
1 1 J A I . .
II American veitei, ana einseauentlt
(I nt entitled ti imptri inti G, Britain. Vef.
lii arriving prior U the R of On, her
"Ault he permitted turn .miry."
fW(f letter Item ffsmburtb.-dated tuU fi.
fait The Britlfb (tntut at Altina lat
e-ffuUlty arniuncti ti Mr. Forbes tbe
. . m . ' - ...
timsrttan cterei fere, tbat neutral fkipt
I tTii Vi'ttb neutral irteerti. beundto C.lutk.
ttadl and Jltma, will be aliened ti enter
tbe Elbe, and ahi depart IhtrefttA ivilb
ntutttl lading;' , V " . . f
The emperor of Ruflia was decorated
a'. 4 at I 0 m aa ...
" Muni- v. niiun vi uunor.
1 on his rifiMo-Bonaparte,' who in retorrr
II t . .
in tne inuinia or the iceton of honor.
wore the ribband of St. Andrew. . In
their lati interview the two emperors re.
rosined loaether three hours 1 and tha tef.
timonies of friend (hie. which' ihr v
. - , ,',v.---i.---T.a)-.i.'iL.
cam viiici i uariinv arc laio to DSVO CrC-
. . m .. . .
attn tne mod iivci emotions among tbe
array and people. ' ' 1
"Captain tamson, arrived at Salem
from St. Pctetfhurgh, informs, that while
at Copenhagen he perceived a conGdcrable
" e .t ... ... ...
aegrco 01 uusisciion among ilia Uanes
at tbe fucccftof the French arms, on ac
rnunl of ita efleA unnn thm PnoltOi a-
gatnit whom there Is a prevailing antips. ' Aepeemher .9.
thy.i Cansln L. fsw two fleets of tlna.hi' ' .
Ii(h franlports, whh troops, rfs over the
found for Stralfund. il,i. Lk.. f.U
to be 40000 1 and he palled another fleet
below the Scsw ad the Nsie; Tbcfe
troops had been long before expected by
theRufliani, fo as 10 hare made a diver
!fon If. favor cf the common csufe; but
4rrir anlval was too Ute 10 produce any
ffed. , , .
p - ' e
The Untied States fchooner Revenge,
'.ound lo England with difpatches from
fOvernment, was fpoken by eipt. Wal.
ir, of 1 ha Sbip Liberty, on the tth tilt,
n lat 4I31. long 33 30,, thin out 17
'was the last Liverpool Price Curren
' , a Roth pot and pearl ashes hate been upon
the decline since Ute late arrivals from
York i and aa the prices, particularly of pots,
are still high' the consumers buy sparingly.;
in expectation pf further reduction -as ti.e
suddHcs LMotn'e more nlentifuf. " T
- " The tanners have continued to mirrlia
such parcels of low barks as have offered a
a a - a a a. j - x . a . - ; a ." .
1 vs. OQ- a 1 is. oa per cwu out mere is m
nrohner.t nF thfir haino ntila In ?! . h5rK
r r--- ...... -w...ft .w .n b-'t
prices ( and the demand from the dry sailers,)
ctcii iur mc ucivcr quauuea oi mis aruue, u
sun exceedingly limiteaV . "
; Our cotton market. has remained ex
tremely heavy for many weeks past, owiit
to the unsettled slate of continental affairs,
(which greStly curtails the export of twist aud
manufactured goods,) added toUie very bea.
vy arrivals the last month, particularly jpl
inferior-bowed Georgias. . The wretch
ed quality of these supplies" havings foi riied
a complete barrier to speculation, the im porta
oftliis season have received no relict Iront
the monied men, who in former y ears wer
used lo speculate freely in ' upland cottotw, -
when prices-were low, or, evert moderaldV
.a...a 11 : 1
Euubcu. 1 uc general run oi me new croj
ui vyncans mat are arrived is by no mwiru
good ; many of the gin marks me bad co
loured, and dirty, and on the whole the cot-,
"ton is extremely' feathery oiid light in the
hand ; however', there is not nearly to pn at
a falling off in the quality, as iu that of ihc
uplands; and we tbcrefore conceive, that
clear healthy Orleans toUoti will be likely 10
rjwet i ready sale, 1 he demand for Sea.
-eoUoo excepting ilie- very fine dts
' eiiptions) continues lihrited. .. '
" pV'tng to a gradual decline in the prices
of weat in tins couiiirytfond the veiy hea
vy supplies of American (Jour arid gruir, lin t"
have' lately arrived, the sale of these urtich
have 'hern very limited for noihti weeks pan ;
but '.he holders areti(TaUle aniicxed pn. es ;
and . ihe deoand, ton n .ur in partii-m...,
Kenerally tncrebses at this eU n ojihe yi v,
the market niav pre-biiy bcc.ni mure live
ly soon, with yinie advam-e in price a.
The prirrs of rir.e liave iot uniWrjrnfla
anv Alteration or '(-ontequence since otir KiW ;
and the demand for fine simplH cuiuicue.v
steady, whilst the middling and iufeiior era .
not enquired for. - .
Good staves, of all clcnoh:ina:inisrneeT
a ready sale at the prices quoted, or i are l.fce.
ly to continue in demand j whilst the inferi
or descriptions arc plentiful, and dull cf sale.
M The demand for American timber of il
descriptions has continued steady, without
any material alteration in the Drices of anv
description, and there is a prospect of its
continuing to command a sale at . tl;cse quo
"There has been more, demand the last
month for the-Tow tmalitles of tobacco for
exportation, and prices of this description
are In consequence a little enhanced whil-t
the better qualities continue, pretty steady for
the home trade, and the prices of last month
are fully supported.'.
Later advices state "that cottons are still
lowering, vie. inferior qualili-a.'
' Federal District Court Adjourned.
nfO all whom it may concern Be it
X known; that the Honorable Henry
Potter,, Efquirc, Judge of the United,
States in arid for the DiBria of North.
Carolina, in confequence of his indif po
rtion, has given me orders to adjourn the
DiQrirt Court cf the United States, which
agreeably to law fliould be held at Wil.
mington on the firft Monday in - Oclober
1807, to the third Monday in the fame
month. " '
. JOHNS. WEST,
! Afarfbal N.C. D.
, September 13d; 1807. '
J ' ' ' ' ' I I M I,.
THE fubferihets offer for fale a
hkely negro wench and child, at a
low pike 1 fix months credit will be given
the purchafer by giving bond and appro
. vcu.iccuiujia ns ,J..,'jl
Ww am dwmm a .
. . r. a. lamu.
' .-. JOSEPH JONES.
September ly. aw
A VALUABLE Trad of Land on
JUL Yellow Creek in Dinwiddi county.
State of TennefTce, confiding of ? hundred
and forty acres. .An indifpntabte title
will be given and the terms made reafona-
a a a a ...
4 aaa convenient to any peifon wiQiing
rcuaie. Appiy to
m. t a. a ai A jmm. av ak
UV' ' OllVi-iOa
' TCTI LL! AM H. UEAT7 Y, refpefl
1 YY fully iufofrm his IricniUawi the
a. aT . . 1 - . .N
pnoiic mat ne continues, to irianwiav-Mi-
fine and corf shots at his Mauladoty
cm Sou. h-River. - Tbofe who will tavur
him will ihelr ruflom. nt be afluiid
ihsi every attention will be paid to htir
rtders they will ptcafe to leave t be mea
lures for r.egrot shoes with Lloyd U An.
rjerfon, who will deliver the shoes at any
fpeclfied ilm, it h ufusl price of ninetf
cents. He has oa band a fwpplj of gooj
1 r . a
1 : ' : v:i
lam finite, bat arrived at jVrw trkt