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By ifie ahip Augustus, ,capt; j Bacchus,
. "om .Lisbon, warns arrive was noncca
" " evening, we have, accounts three days ,1a
t terfro.n Portugal and lour days later frotxv
,; Cad. vCapU CrleU Lisbon on me I7tn
, April, at which time, the allied anny of
' : v Portuguese and British troops du the iron
tiers was wnacrsrapa 10 ue ius,v ;,suuu
, , - The recent reinforcements from -England'
being considerable5, ; the" Jiohicm of
s" incif well ' app'ointedi' The combined aV-
' mies- ratner courted tnrji apprer.enucu an
V attack' from ' the- French jvhose advance.
V : wa? not tilted; of at Lisbon, here grea$
" . Previous to thesi'ling of the Augu
; '.' '. tus tliey had accounts .from Cadiz to th:
, ith April two days later than the fabri-
' 7 r fated, accounts of. its capture. ' '.No' ad-.
. ! yanca had been made by the invaders 6'f
...-. " v. . . - .1 .. . .1 :UL
I - last, wee. -i vn uic .contrary vwe rrensi
troops, it is ..said, Jiad" abandoned PtH.St.
. Alary w he nrA .the'city htaittrc water, as.
, usual It wyta supposed, that ,the french
; generals withdrew" their trops either from
tear of being Daponted cut off b adyan-.
. eing toct far or ip'order fWft concehtra
' .yon. of .force and vigorous attack 'on the
T fombined armies' covering portugid, and
' TUESDAY, JJJJJEI, Yato".
A t ' V
"( which" wight bfr'feared "would advance
longer wasting their resources 6ri tlie wall
f Cadiz " The whole Island bt Lebne.
omea more stronti & inaccessible "eVerv.
day, in tnuch that Cadiz can only tere
' iuced (il it eVef. faljs) by. a prQtra?td! in.4
V costly seige. v Xh have cut a canal across
the Island about midway,' or 6 in'Jes from
the' city,' and have fortified the dty sidej
lnoint:ng heavy cannon i-such positions ss
- to command the'gutandii. tithe causeway
' so that should tlie French become osess-
- d of the, end nextthe main, they can only
approach)-the city .'under, the 'ire, ofUhe
" British fleet -and gun-boats in the ''.canal, .
We are assured tliat, immense ViU be the
loss of France before "Cndjz vill surreri
'. der.' The surrender is ftot expected :
,! ;'-x ' ' ' -v '" now, April 2!.
Wt have Tcceived some I'ortugrse pa
jfers td tlie.llth insJThr intcUigcnre
tliey Contained continues io be' of a mQ ii
. satisfactory nature. . The. Spaniard ap:
ar to- be tnost( successful 1n the harras
n8 RAXa,vMvh''they; have a
- dopted, andimless the accounts before" us
Ata meeting of the three, Military, com
panies in this tovm.,, J05" R. LoxdoK, Esq,'
was Unanimously elected to deliver an Ora
lion on the, 4th of July.- 'rJ t - - .
l. '""i - ' " , " i ' : , y
' jtVe are authorised toitatei tSjrhilrHin-.
ton JameSfof; "this county, hw declined be
the next General Assembly.,?, t, : -
,y ' REsiojtitio or coiiDcjtw'
i - Often has the question becnasked, why,
aid President Jefierson make 4 Colonel of so
suspicious and worthless a character as Dun
aiie. Uie Ed(ttPof the Aurora. . It has never
been Answered, nbf can it be, to the Credit of
Mr. Jefferson, or that of his country; 'in"
gular coincidence of circumstances, howc verj
took place at that time. 1" Dme had opened
his batteries against the then Executive (Mr.
I-) he had In an unqu4ine4 manned eulogiz
ed Mr. Randolph, and be had condemned th6.
conduct of General VVilkinson But a very
sberttims elated, mhtti this Ume Duane re-
canted all hoh,d sud ot Uen. V.- tlenouncca
Mr." Randolph, and lauded President Jeffer
son to,the skies. . Strange 1 'Nat at all. The
soqUeVwill explain H , He rece.ves the ap
pointment of Colonel m a regiment of rifle
nien.t : But,v!jat very office, -hieh was the
pride otitis services, or which the apprehend
slon of his enmity and attacks had' wrung
from. the' President, is now resigned, and the
question at preaent repeated is, why has Du
une resigned I - Ha cannot retain hjs station I
in the array, arid at the same ti:ie. abuse the 1
adininihtration and government" He mdst,
therefore.tthher.iiceign, eutyrnVto e ye
moved, or abunin hi objtLt of atUcking
governmental head-quurtcrs. -.The l.at he
cannot do-his .or ders across the water are
'positive. Napoleon. has ordered the intiis
triminate seizure ofali oar property, wher
ever he, can by his bands mi it j undtuus a
vows an atrocious war, whv-h le hs lonj
beeiin secret,; cruelly waging aguinst t:isv
unoffending) end e'mif ' Sy, acquiescing
people.; 'Adrninistration cn no longer time
ly view this horrible- aggrj'slon-uid the
-first symptom' of independent opposition,
that appears in the National Intelligencer, is;
a signal for B'Jkne's abuse. With the topen
lnirofhe tampaiehJ the Ex-Coionel,' obse
quious to; the interestli of France, resign
this office, ;which Mr. Madison ought long
since 16 hivetaken fromhiia ; and wliicHit
is probable, a delicacy and forbearance to his
predecessdr: had restrained him from doing.
"The gauntlet is now -thrown, and Mr..
Sntlih relTKtahtly takes It up; THr:..S. hOw
ever, racms ail tne cusuh'aon wmcn wn
We are eu'JiorUe j t siatc, that Mr. Jo-
seph H..Bryan,of Bertie, las candidate tore
present this district In Congress.-a: -u
' - Huiijex Journal.
Thi 'Yourfe English- Resctus,' Master
Beatty, has received a comet" commission
in One of the volunteer regiments f dra-
The arrival of .that ingenious andcelebra"-
ted Artist Mr1. Martin1, (last from Charlestdn)
promises tojhe Jnhabitants ofjihisjplate' and
the yicinif a fund Pi ufielul and agreeawe
enteruitunent. t )r. ;. ;u,
C tLe 3 1 si ult., AAlaa'Jones, Esq atlptney
kt law, of Wadcsborough, to aiss Rebecca
Street, of Moore county. t x . . . . w ; ;
'?ORT Ot WILMINGTON';;; - ;;
Sch'f Vtnfa? 'Martin tton-tEivsin,
, wi. juuj t. . m unit. jfiii.,.h w .
.4 flunfl'v.ffcy ,
a . i ' ... f : " tf.rj.r -
li2a,AFIlhenny, CharkittMRovert Phil-
Jar6aioetjPptr Trader Jfeltonydoi ' ' t
JPricei Ctirrent same a$ per last
are whollv 'ddst'itut. , . f.,:u II accomplished whipprr. hisi assailant, wdl
oommunitatlons between the Vr, h 4 travelled hand In hand with Du
b Andalusia w4 Madrid, are in great dan
7 ger of being completely- Intercepted, Ths
.Tan-guard of i Bellesterp's army hadl ad
vanced W the neighborhood of Seville r
.", MessrsM'KenziearTd Dickinson, who
tolled lately from, Plymouth, jo Ioriaix,
; to necociate-respectinirran exchahore of nri-
. - l ' t . . . u .
oners nave arrived at tne Jiitter place
Ttiey were received with , every, mark of
Tei-ect, anu immeawtcly , proceeded on
ineir journey v raris j,-
......, AVuvJVri, 7i 6i
Canadian nexvsRy :the Montreal Ga
zette of the ,31st ult. we. perceive that all
, apprehensions of poUtic4 agitation in thai
. uafter have not subsided- At the oolice
ofiice, on the 14th, an alien was ordered to
uit the province wlmediitelf; "AnA nn
, Vhe 1 8th an orde'r was published, tci put
( stop to nighty assemblies of people ois
guised and cdieri, under. th nan4 of Ba-
rivarla. ,v .. '
f 'WHJtX'k "el, for the
' Ahr; mas, "and
. ZIZLP :t.n
i, A VESSEL ATANTfitf ; ' '
, . . . . , - 1 1 :
' A' Valuable consider
! Fiveo for a vet-
i run to St. Tlio-
Kha hit Jbr M fron vfrV 'af' imfior
Madeira Wine, In piicshd halfjlpcs
. Gun rowder, m kes,
. 4d. 8d.lt lOd-CutNallsj
"JIair Brooms . .-
' Clamp md White-wash Brpshes,
' Chocolate in boxes, - v v .
'." Scotch Snuff, la amall barrels. -
June It.''- ' ' '
ane down the slope of political ei ror : he has
reached thn ni'pr.inif.e. fnoirt llich a plutMre
will bwy him in the gulph ot unconditional
servitude to France nd when h attempts
to retreat,; receives, as, a reward for his
furmer Subservience, thscoiT and contume
ly, aod cutting Joshes ot his worthy, friend
ana cuaujuwri iiupuicuu uuwio. -
tt will be honorable to any Vdmunsiratioa
to be the theme 9f the Ex-Colohel Duane't
abuse! and Mr. Madison wid do well to ex
change the hollow praises of the French fac
tion, fur their openpersecution, espectauy
when accompanied, with, the reviving conn
i denca of thq red friends of his country ,
;,; MasiAenuscTTi Lco'tstATvaai-
J The. LegisUture: f MasMchuseiU tori-
vened on the 30th tut. the number of repre
sentatives prfseht being 844. . The demo
cratic camlidntei.fwxvc'oft, Esq. was
chosen speaker of the Home by a majority oC
ii. On the 3IU theLeulatUre made
choice of tlie lion, fhttitm G, 0,"Ui fe-s
dcM candidate, a presidtnt ot mat oogy.
Nathaniel Coitn, E1). wis re-elected clerk.-
Ten Dollars Reward. . "
WtTW.A W AY from the subteribef a orgTO
fellow named TONEY, about SO or 31 f tsrs
of agi by trade Ship-Carpenter, aad from
feet 10 inchtl to fet high formerly be
Joneinj to Mr. John Henderon,deceed
N' He tooV with kirn' Rfty jicket "and 4be
p.ir of4rower. A4 be has wife at Mr.
' lloopar'a bluff, t U probsblt he my be lurly
nr about Irt that, fieighborbwid, AH P''
nn and oarrkultrlr roriof veistU, a.e
warned not to hsrbour tht "id runswsy or-
csrryblmoff, stnvertii penauies oima
. Li WS will V9 u-wi.. -f, -
'UfStficU . CCORCSCAMtaoN.
' ' ' - 'Nrwlern, um tf.
! Sdrqe villain cfr 'villains have made dus
Week thfet. ut uc'crssful attempts" to
I fire to this town; .'The first and second at
! tempt was to m fire lo tlie rirw building
ix-iongmg io i'osr. j v. .vig3 in
Craven-streli,' by puttidj a large roil of
cotton with' fife.diert'in ainong the ha
vinlri in the ccllari Last rught another at
tempt was made by ptltting fittf to the on'
hnisheu Itore ol flU, - Uawion. on U;e
oil county -whack Fortunately .however
the fire was discovered, by some df our
citizen and exung-itHhed, betore it Ha4
djne any injury to either of the buildings.
A reward of 50 dollars la olTered by the
tommiaslonert for the discovery of tne i&
cendiarr.i " ' " " 'J'- -
The True Repu'ilicaw of Keibern, ssyt
it is gtnerall iupposed, arid we think with
ranch proijability- that in the erent of sue-
ccedinit th Uieir attempts, it wa the drn
of the incendiaries, to reictil from the jjil
prisoner connnra uirr vn a Lainiat criintj
wt i case wis sOnic umtf ag-J brought bJ
lore uic paunc ; ... ,
- - . . , . 'nC'Tc'rl: June I. '
U. S. fri-
THE public semi-annual examination, fthd
ehibUloQ of the Students of the Fayetto villi
Academy commenced on Monday, the, l)th
6 June, and ended the Thursday following.
J fctJQW classes were jthinineeujKe&a-i
mg, writing, Arunmetic, &pciungj ana up
oa pronuncuTiona;reeable to the principles
or Walker s Dictionary. t be ;mguer clasj
ses were examined upon" English Grammar,
Geography the Latin and ureek Languag
esj Logic, Geometry! Trigonometry, and.
natural .and moral Philosophy. 4The examt
nation was conducted, in the Mason Hill, be
fore the Trustees and a large -concourse ot
Ladies and Gentlemen "-' -
The Trustees assure Parents and Guards
ant that this examination afforded die high
est satisfaction to alt concerned. ' IivU they
have beheld their most sanguine hopes real
ized, and their exertions crowned with more
than ample success. ; The students both in
the male and temale departments acquitted
themselves in such a. manner as to procure for
themselves and their teachers the highest
commendations In ao.large a number (up
wards of ISO) the Trustees never witnessed
fewer instance of deficiency. ' 'fhia exaanir-
hation has added fresh energy to the exer
tions of those more immediately interested
b the prosperity of the institutions-Ar
rangements are making to procure : a hnd
sbme Library and apparatus for the use of the
Academy, .This, added to the local advanta
ges possessed, cannot fail to make this one
of the' most useful Inidtutiuas of the kind In
Ur,, Southern States. 1 V-' y -.''
The exercises Closed with an exhibition
of vocal and instrumental Music by! the pu
pils of Mrs. Perry, which afforded pleasure
to th Trustees andi higK source of gratifi,
cation to thj'audience-4ifter which Mr, Ca- .
fneron who had been previously appointed on
the part of the Board, read the report to the
students and.a crowded, audience, in which
distinctions, ahd -honors were kwarded to
titose wha . particularly excelled i be 'then
delivered an address, In whicb were pointed
out In the most striking terns, the advanta
ges of a liberal education, the motives to di
ligence and application In the lawdablc pur
suits of science; and presented inducements
- f . .pi,. . j - - i
tor ine acquisiuon oi virtuous principle ana
christian morality, which; could not fail to
have lnfluehce npon every thinking mwd.
We were in hopes to be able to lay this ad
dress before the public f application to this
etrect was mad w nim by th board, when
it was Tound it had not been reduced to wn
ting. W yt hope to prevail on him,' to fur
nish a copy for publication. . ....
i Till next session will commence on non
day the 18th instant. ' v
. u.ANUtHWiN, rrtaatnt. .
P. J. TjLUxoaisT, Jua r, Set y.
June 10. .
Othe CcmmUtismtrt tfAAe 7tt" June Hi
WHEREAS coiplaints.aaawad tb the
Commissioners, that sundry unimproved lot
In the town, ana hot enclosed, are very grcu:
nuisances, being bvergtowh vith" weedfj
which forms areCtptacle fur ail fckul oi fildi,
whereby the hbalth.f the citiiens-re muchC: ' 'x
"endahgered ' "- , . v-
! '.Prdtredf That Owners fit ucn luis do reC
spectively have" the aame cleared of .Weed-,-.
ipd UWII) VII Wr. OV1VI-W W1V V U(Vt UIU
kept clean in future, undef tlie penalty of one ;S
dollar pep day, for eash and every day they.
shall fil to comply with this oider. .
, . Qrderedy-JhH Mr.t. J. JJelanger be.Rp..
pointed Town-Surveyor, and Is to be respect -
ea accorumgiy. - - , - - - . .v-.
r By orJef ot the Commissioners, r . s ,
2W . ' . T UALLLN JJLK. T. CTy
f,-r ',, ,, .nl.l-iif ...,.
FORT ' JONSTON-. f Sl -'J,
' SHitarttli. tJune 16V 1810. .T .
in j$ iirsliahce of instructions from the hon;
.William Eustis,' secretary .of war and ton-
fbrm.ably- to proviso contained in the Law .
passed at the last session of the Ceneruf As-"
sembry of the State of fcorth-Carolina, cetl- " "
ing to tlie United States' certain Land", for
Uie.se' of Fori and ,tbe erection f ''fortifi-i. . .
cations,.. situate ln.Shi'itbvitle, JN-CJ-The. '
Subiribct has had inclosed such quutitity of
said 1. and. as he deems necessary to be'keni - '
free, from intrusion;' ' the two Lots; Nd: 15 1
andlebclortgnigtdt'he V: States, bounded"
bjr' Motire, Ellis &' Bay sheets, 'and by filrl
lntumlri S. Blaner's lot No. IV. Vilh nrh "
wktcr piivilddgcs as may be attached to said .
Lots, will be left uninclosed, 'until it be
deemed necessary to inclose thein--Of the . I
abov,e notice is hereby given to. all whom is '
may.concerm J - ? ; ,
; THE Subscribe' being, abgui ."
to leave, this place; offer's for l-de, . -l' "! - - '
. avu ousneia isie jot iMay onu, - '
f 4P bbls; and St hJf. Orjeani ugati " .',
,VJ5 qr. casks Malaga Vipefc5 ..-. "
, hu nnas. prime moiasscs, - --, .; , .- .
, 18 Bags Coffee, ' . ; 2' - '
'SO boxes Muscadelllaisins,
" . Which he will tithe r hurtcr r dlshose fift " ; ,
V" '- ,'- '! i3rickior'Sale.'' f
About 12,000 best PiiildephiaBRlCK.,, '
for sale, on Gcbi Burprwin's wharf, Apply to ' v
June 18; V'V.-W . .;...--
. vIhc i -' Subscriber rcquVsts all
person who hae left work to be done atbi
Shop, to call and receive tbem at Mr. Diclt' '
Ildtelivfi-.:: N. DAN At -f v' -v:June
19;.v l-,1.; 7 , .
i -i i u i i .- ,
'. YrsterJjv afr'n ed here, rlie
avj. xajtx fn santii r.f rmnr'ir"m
Jlnm!M'n Jloa fa I awl t!:c V 'J' P t.'
war Vt"p, front an caM.m tr iA.
" SALES ai AUCTION.'
1 Will be sold this ctayj Cetor ill Subscri
ber' Store, Forty-Five Puncheons high fla
vored. 3d proot; KUM, for note negotiaulo
atUieUatik. ' f'
. . ' JACOB L.EVV.
June '' ''; , '.;
Tke fast sailinir achoomr -
f EDWIN , - ;
f From St Bartholomews torn."
11 pletely found, and may be sant to
aea without any repairs, .Apply a above.
'June 19. Vr- .
..'...iMilllnl.ri w,..,...,; ....m
; CASH offered forXabbri V .'
; :Any Perbn willinetu undertake ihr flnlsfl; ,
ing the road which tun" been prdy eomplei
ted.' beginning Snakeivtlla and Intended to
lead to town, rnay bo promb!y employed by ' '
applyingto .. . A. HOSTLtRw.-
..', o. noout lour mues of said load re
main io be compltatcd." ' June 19 if." '
V ,: vTeh Dollars. Reward. ' -i
J iiia-Awa' frri the Subscriber on' th '
Uih instant, a negro. fellow named BILLY j
about three, oriuuraiid twenty years uf st,et J
about Eve feet nine or ten inches higii, wj.
made, nd of a very black complexion. He -had
oh lien he went away a drab colore!"
broad cloth coat and a pair bt striped horns- ,
p"uh trowtert. .It li supposed h is at pre
sent in Brtintwickcoumy, in the tie)(hbur.
hood Of Hood' Creek, but will probtbly en .
desvor to get up to Orange county. Th
bAve reward will oe. given i any person
who will deliver blm to me la Wilmington,
or secure him in any Jiil othst I it hiou
Jane H. , . . " . .' ' tf
f Ten Dollars Reward.
flAa-AwAt from th Subsr-iber about lh
SOtholtimo, negcebojr named JOHN, about ,
II or Pyesfiol sge, ef a very drk con
plexion sad very psN boihv lie Utiilirr."
lurking but" Wiltoiigtoa oris cndestonnic
to mskshli way id HdUbmeugb. Theshoie
reward willbe glvto to any on who will de.
liver him torn or secure bini in iif Uilsd '
lhatlgst bifn. " -. -
ELIZADETU WAT TERS.
Jun I, ' : - ' ; , ' '. t tf
'On Friday tbc 22d fciaotr will
be sojd under the Court f Ione in Wilming
ton, sundry Lts of land U 'bt Town, far
the bcr ciit or the Lniferiityi upojo t.e-utu-
I lei ni.
A partner In the detail Jlutincis, w(.o cal
furnish a Capital of jiuOoin i.finijdvi'ativn',
of receiving half the emolument scrruinir.
A dornjuiA one would le,trcretrvtljljul u
activ ohl would not be rejected, it irlul.U
Li other mpectwA line aiMricil toA.
and k-ft at the Qflk f tho Cv.c wlilU
attfidcdio. . : . ; 1 , : Jur jv
A-neat-nnd liflu 'Double Chiiu
LxtJ 0.1 iprwif i. -r;ilj to