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A Beni.inin Aikin f .oil A&c tfu'e Araolj--
Tioini AtchibiU Tohii Alleo-, 8 Allea Citx.
B Mr. Btrlcv R. W Riown. t-r-Sirh Bwd lb.
.t Beiio Bluwy M . Brxilj-fMr" Joftph Biker
" Mr, Bowm--Lii p)ooawortlJJine Byr f.
; yil i, Blttdwortk, 3-rJohci BrowBrBSelfri. Dtiiel Jc Ri
! t third Bordeux Jtmet BOH r-Ahoy Bordctux
:' J ; .Willum BIodonb Um BU"k -Cyro Biyta
jUrblaiVnatb B Idwt Jiroc Browalo Mrt W
? ' y Biodworth Dmer Bellun. '-''""
A, i-f. C.-Cipt,- Abrifiim CrtpoOww ClintooMifi
" " ' Uinuh Corner Jofepb Ctnldin. Cpii Iphrii4
-. , Boraioj .Willum OmpbelL Tbcroa ;f . Cr(ey
frsnlit CotQt.ll lk B.Cw"rTbesM Clrt
VI tu Stephen COp JOia w. voM-rVipiv j. v
, :. n.M.Ur; D. F, Moutiear Di mr-Gt'ie Duocto
Tbmu Ikiii-Mr. DownU Ephriim Dennett,
' . A4o Dudley Ana J. Dttaon Zchrih DnUon
- '.,'jo(e,-h Byei Robert 0nfty, . ! " '
' "' Edwird Ellii-p-Cpt Efkraim Elli.r ,
? f --Henry ftrrta JaBidr)MytdKitraeaM-
.. loh f reeboin , .-. i , .
;) 6 -G.lbtrt Ceer Diid Greer i-Robr- Gibbt
TbomM R Green Mrt Hinnih Gf"",' t- vtri,
CbtrlwteGitlMi-Mf; Elenot Go Sin. Abrthm
. Hewf B HowrdT-Mr. Joel E. H-bki A, H
' ' folomonlljlliog Nethwicl H rwe Me(Tr. Uavtrd
wt cipt Wiilliw Hill-Johi Htrr en'r
1 Canuin foh Hv. lohn Hurner Cipnii Tboaut
y , f Hunter John fiMwtice cipt Btrtlett Ho Wm,
r:V' ' Hry Cipuin JoQib Hmnio Jmei M.Hartoo--
" Coneliut Hurrt. : -', ,. ' ' ' ' ' '''';'" '.'
y.ti J, Rtl, Allbrlttlta Jonei Mifi Niney JcMlrg
' J Hiitto Jtmet Beujimia J.cokJohB Jone Sdw'd
; Moar4i.l.nke-i, . ' ..' '' '.
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K.lloti Sim 1 jBctu, cr of H. Kelly I ipt lim'l
J TjMly, KcBset of the Gol-i John Klnaetr.
'r- L. Kicbifd tdon kii. ttM--Jolin Litch,
field Monfieor V, Lnbrc-Anibeny Limby Mn,
" Ltnerftetdt, -Ct . Williia Upbtru Jme B. Lw
; ooue Geotee 1. tndlow Cptln I.othor Lincoln.
l;il. Wii. Mttree Ut J.ne McLeod-Jofcph
"5 Mnmford Duocen Moirtoo ce.t. AHt McLoo
. Ceorf .W. MiOi.l Mid nn Moore John McAU
' ' ' Icftei Robert M It -' Jotm Miller. . ,
V N Rlchrd NixoIiuro Newby. George W,
; " Koble Z. B. Neitki. ; r
; . D. Silu Oviitt vln SireK Ofborne, : ' 't ' U
rt iyloOio Pom Alennda Fcflen Mooteor T'r
crd 1 ' rihim John Pot.ock Eowtr4 P.rifh
. Arao Ferry Tbom.i P.uckell Jubo FlumWj En
4 ftii Ferry-)ocl Firrtlh..
, R-Ntil Robofoa Monfieat P. K Robefon, Jafli.
i ' j' Ur ,Li o6.d--.Tbooi Job
! leetr, i iematl 8won, M f ' . 8iib,
. John G. Seoll bl mK i EHher 8per J.
iimmoai In Stow Wm. .twpp.ro
i nt Ittnly Mre, .loko iik-rKooti. Ilq. $mo-cI
- eto, Umi Mry lemlo. W, r.irdwiek. .t
' ' Tbolwo Ctptli J.Steebear-Rr G. S
lob. B ebeBo-StoWy Sidbayn-Wm. Surute.-
T.--Urtrd K. Timpnay Richird Tiyloilooek
'Uteofab lfe It Tobey Dtvtd ToB-Kthniel
;TV. Moafirtf iowi4 Vtlbrana-cipttia WiUUm
i TwX'wm. Wlk-XrJtoa V ker Hint H.
,u.iL tir;i;. winte ctot. HImi WmiIob-
y. Wilkefon, i Afe WeBo. j ,ar Gww Wb
.-I W.,IV Mr,. E. W.llkiI MeH.e TKomm
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, TIIEJ3r wing of the Cape-Feab Lotte
kt if postponed until Tuesday the 34th mat.
in order, that geatlemen at a distance nay
have an opportunity of purchasing tome of
the Ttcke.ta which are undrawn, ; vTicketv
.which hsve drawn Prisea, will be receiTed in
pajrmentfor other Tickets warranted undrawn
--and l icWeta, warranted undrawn,- will be
sent to any po,t-office in this atate, or in the
adjoining states, to accommodate purchater.
3een Thousand Ticket have been drawn,
learinf? only four Thousand in the wheJ, a
mdngt whicb afe the following Prie t
0 . ' 1 Prize of V J6000 -; geooo i -
2 do,- tf. 3000 -4000' vlr
- 2 do.
7 doi c
4 46. ,
10 do. "
, 2Q do.
' 68 do. ,
'435 do. i
' 844 i do-
3 00 i:
loo .. ;
. 30 -.10
H A l :
1900 . c
utttrf fttaoMiit ana accommodating terms,
Av eacelleot light London built Coacb
n liatdtome 5atos.;'.,:: ,.- -A. j
. )! ti also diiju .ed to sell a very tdnTenient
Jkrsi? Waogoic A Boat juH .: nois'hed
thit f ill carry frm 60 to TOOO Shingles,
bvilr of the best material And to draw but
hvic waier,Mcr-'-v, '" '-yl
f 'everaL ybuhe twomen, wUhct-miliei bi
premising childreri. Apply to r - : .' ,
W sis.;' ; .ib-urXii tf
Take Notice t Vffi-
acmunaa great acuueratton ana grct cau- ...
tion. Such'sHAX, be disappoiutttl SucH -:v , v;
BHAjtNOt bcjbbeytdl Ojne author wiU',
in this case, be governed by one 0 the fev ., ' I
JfeSefsoihian tnaxiins 'upon, which he.ovri- , ' iff 'x ''. )
sets any Value and will M manage his owni f-'r. 'P ' l
oAainMntiia ni.i' IT,. 1
nuuuaw mo VTVft. TV ajf 4 JbUUA J VA-
The first drawn Ticke,t on the 24th ttist.
will be emitted to a Prize of &00. -T' : j
IrtJ In conseatterice of the great rain ef j
the wheel, Tickets are now.seUiDK at f dolUr j
H Fayetteville, Jaly 3. ' . ' . . v,
c :: Jamaica Rum',
Of high 4th broof and good Honor, i
May be had on accommodating terms, from
' ; D. SMITH.
CORN for Sale, -
FOR which tiote of 60 and 90 days, pay
able at Rank; will be taken. ' '
' July 16. . .;';iC; DUDLEY-',1
eersoBs art- strictly forbidden
to qy trom or sen to either of mfjtervanti,
anytrticle without a written ncrmusion sien
ed V mrelf. one of mr family, or some
othcj white person known to be generally in
mybplornent.f , . BEN J. SMITH ,
'Jae 6. i" vitf ... (
CCroUeiy Class l?arc
feWlust Teceived nd fer sale ai
! yvvxetaie or retail, : 100 baw. Coffee, 14
crate j OnKttrrm -mm oil jc and.,
ri.i.' . !. , . . t . ' iticj 1
Wilker Wil'.iira Wint.te-ip, H
WiUimi& C. Joba W.yat a "
ChnSoobM Wlice-Btih W.tut. t Mofc Widdli
W,lh. W knr-Joh. W.lkef-W. fan, ('';'
Mrt. I.m William Mary Wil-a WW.Ik.,
; . Mil Yoaa tlcary YoH. . J' 'T-
FRESH MEDICINES, ;
Received ud for kj'
K. B. Medicine Chests of any kli put up
Uh particular attention, nd at the shortest
' notice. - " July iy-
- A Notice, request and hint.
Joshua Howard prays the attention of
those with whom he may be connected in
business; either in the relation of debtor of
creditor, to the Notice which he now Rivet
01 mi inienuon 10 leave mis puce in Bleval
day ft He will be equally ready to receiver I
tne accounts wmcnn owes as well
. aiu.! .
call may not be disregarded. A year ago be
made a similar one, to which to Utile atten
tion ha bean paid, 'that b beg leave now
to add a ZTtnt, that further supineneu on
the nart oi his debtor will render neces
aarv the application of a lezal stimulant.
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JulvlO. , r - " -tl
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t -A Tine Opcningj: . ;
THC'Subscriber offers for sale at extraor
dinary low prices and very easy payments
all his stock in trade counting of a variety of
Hants. Shoes t$ Groceries.'
, !' NOTICE. O rj-.Wi',
TIE Subscriber intend leaving this place
durie, the Summer, and requests all those to
whof be ts indebted to come forward and
receie payroebl.TAll those indebted tohim
win ease call on Mr. A. u Uomez. who is
fullyempowered o give discharges, and
tranict his business, in his absence. -: ; :, .
. Elizabethtowiv Academy;
TIE Rev. William B. Mikoust, com
mentd on the t8ih inU the superintend,
anceof the Eliiabcthtown Academy. Hi
qualications aS a Teacher, have beerj to ge
ncrajy commended, that the Trustee for,
bear faking any comment. Amongit the
variety of circumstances, which will tend to
tee vtt iciva f abtvw'titiaiam.. ! TMt
Elitatethtown is situated near the middle
greuorV between Fayetteville and Wilmlng
o ti. A weekly communication with those
Dlace. is aHorded ihroue n tor meamm prtbe
stages hence Books, Stationary, kc. if not
to be obtained on the spot, may be bad with
out my perplexing delay.) .Parents and guar
dians of children, living up or down the river,
msy kesr from thtro weekly. The Trustees
have it not iruheir power to annex the rates
of botrdi but soppo'ie they will be much
more reduced than in town more populous.
This institution for some time,' will not be
rouchcrowded s hence so unremitted atten
tion cf the Principal, might produce edvan-
mehjt of the public, However, will be grea,t-V
ly respected. ! In deference to it; vi&iXS C,
exhibit new," extraordinary, and mostin-1 , y J
teresting information, to the Americari . . V?
. JJesccnding, then; at bnce, to the memo- ; i ; ; '-v
rable session fif J 8Qir5t ibfr reader's tteeUlr
lection is recalled, for one tnOiheni, to jth4 ; '4 r
(public) mesage,bf the i:.Pre?ident; : jeBj;T;
Ill WIS IVUIUKUkCllKUIr Ul llldl DCSSUJll. 1,
It intlicatttd, in terms tHe, most ttfietuvOH
cal, that the 17., .States were on the eye ofO
war with Spaini Speakine ofthe iniuries r.
received from that power, ' the message ?
jiaidi Some of tlem are of a nature to bei ,
met by torce, ana all thera toay lead f&
u I cannot therefore . but ; recommen4
ucb jr-aranons-! -isi cumstancca csdl
Tof ' f The :neSfiThliellinffi
that ambiguity of expression; and ift that ,:
generalization of censure , upon f 'every ' ' '
belligerent,', for which the luminous mind V .
of that remarkable man was distinguished. '
Spain was particularly complained of--the t
general censure upon the belligerents,' " 1 '
Wait eVidentry ,';meahtfdr:"Grtat-ffrlinv'
but nothing was said of France. ,Mark this i : .'
4Ut we word of France I ,Yei the Pre- 'n
sident"" had in . his possession documents ; ;
from General Armstrong; announcing to '
him; in the most peifeft of all oliciat
forhis," that as it respected the difficulties ' '
which appeared to exist between the Ame-
ricaii and Spanish governments, there was , . t; ,
in fact, as Mr. Randolph soon alter said in , '
the House ef Representatives, l no Spain,',
Speaking of. pairi, among other. matters,
the Fresident said, M propositions for Std
justing amicably the bounttaries of Louisi- ' -
fill ' "A1 UiXJsdM .tn ' . In L a X
events. , Yet tlus arch-deceiver knew that " ' i &
mc reason vny uk uuuuuium ui j.uuiu- t , ', II
To make the Durchase still
he will also rent out bis shop which Is at s II tages, which do not so fully appertain to
eood stand and conveniently fitted up, at so II tboss establishments, on a more extemive
..,.;;.TAX LISTS. O V
' BEING appoinud to receive the Tax LHts
fcp the current tear for the Town, the Sub-
scriber will attend to the aaroe at his store un
til the 1st of August nexU . - '
JOHN M. GABIE. '
" July Tth, 1810. ' ' : . .
il.B. It is particularly recommended to
proprietors of real property in ibe Town,
M . L. J..AaK lha
. that in Oeir isx tncy
tswrlM nltuatioo of the property, the breadth
. snd length of the ground and thf dlmenaions
, .r ,k. h,iiliiinp. as for want of such desenp-
.' tulty la making the assessments fair and
Bqual.." , U tv' ' r '
7 FOR SALE,
That vtU known TlantHit talUd
-r '--J. : WOODFORD,
" where the subscriber now lives, ituated 00
'the N. W, branch of Cape-Fear river, con
taining SUOUt 800 SCr, o wmtu ara
' cleared upland, with good renee, and a eon
t.oitot dwU.ng hous with necery out
' house, kc Alao a tine orcRard, of young
' - Apple snd Peach Trtes-300 acres of the
' ' above re low land, IS acres of which ire
cleared and under cultivation, the balance
abounds with the best of Cypre limber bso
v dy to the water the low land are all fenced
. ' ft, which makes them good rsngr for stock.
' The remainder ofthe upland, Is Umbered
' chiefly with line; and hsss oiiniity l KghU
' '; wood on It. .1 ' v'
, 'Tkr. who may wUh to purchase cn
tudge the value of aaid land by looking at
. thS crop that is now on lu for fort her par.
tlcolar apply to " .;
July 17., . '
reduced s price, as must make It a profitable
. aa. a a .
butinets to wooever niay se oitpoaea to en
ter into that line. . ' 1
Jul 10. JOSHUA HOWARD.';
' ; TO RENT, V
i Jnd hoitttiion eivn Immdiaith,
The Dwelling, part of the houe lately oc
cupied by N. Dana. For particular enquire
01 j. ni-Aiu
June 11. s .-: :- JC!
JAIL BUILDING. ,
THE Subcribers, authorised by set of
Assembly, to have erected a sew goal in the
town of Elisabeth writ attend at aaid place,
oa the firt Tuetday o( Aut wt next (being
the second dsy of Bladen County Court,) in
order to receive proposal from person In
clined to become undertaker. A plan com
nrebesdinc i detail every intereating parti
cular, will be st the same time exhibited.
Good workmen of undoubted responsibility,
arc rcqaccted to attend. The Commitsion
er contemplate tle enclosure of surh s buil
ding, as will be fit and proper, in any respect
for a prison, bene ibe Job will be important
totbo ewho wish employment in this way.
The old Coal will be offered for sale on the
day. , .-....;'
, Tsomas Baewv,. ,
Isaac Wsiost, I
; -.; r Jow Ems, SComn'ufft.'
' Tsoma Skits, ,
W. H. BiAftr. J !
Bladen fcoonty. 8th July. 1810. 1
plan, however happy the arrangement to
assiaants Tn cseruons ol the trustees
will ke steadily directed to every mean, like-
y toadvance or benefit the atudenta. ' As
istait Teacher (both msle tnd female) will
be pocured at soon as required. r .
late of "Tuition t Spelling, Reading,
Wriing, and Arithmetic, 3 dollars a qoar
terLatin, English Gramnur, Geography,
fee. dollars S quarter. . v " " .
ir By order of the Board. , . '. . :
THO&. BROWN. V-U-.
. J, WaicHT, Seey. June 36.
tfntil thl pit January utt
"XKe'trro Woman, who ft S rood Wet
Nurte 1 and is al6 cipable of doing the d
tie ols Cook, or other noose scrvtnu Ap
ply to tk printer. iiy n
- ,fWi aaaaajMaaai-
FOR S ALU,
llib-e two Brick Houses, "ad
iolnlnr Mr. Allmsnd HaH's late Printing.
I " . . .1 . J!.
oltice, St One, two ana intra year a creuiu
For further particulars, snnmre 01
July 1 tf
letTERS 6ro Fssmcst IxrLOExCEi
Writttn if Mr, Elliot, enci a Rttthlican menu
. Br efCengrtitfrom ht Statt of Vtrmm
: To the ftaple 'tfttic United Statttl . '
' It was originally ttftended, by the WTlter
of these papers, to 44 unfold the hiory,"
as well as to"1 display the character," of
French influence upon tle affairs of the
U. State.'. This was precisely the pledge
which he gave ,to the public It was jus
object to examine jn Succession the' va-
rious v unds and dincrentj dishes 01 the
crest political entrrtainrrient .which Franco
haa given to the U. States -ab ova vsjue
ad waa from the ejsj.to the apple ol
Thomas Jcfimon's noble feast of fcrpbar-
gn. Jiuttlicre Us; certain impatience snd
ai dor in the public mind which, the writer
must fTr to infuentt hi conduct, tho
1: will not siilTcr themi to govern it. '. A
s puLh'c writer, he knows his rights, and
WU1 maintain uicm .wiui mm nuu pruuu
liulf peudence. The public have- their
rights sW,t They tnay "manifest imps
tirtce, they may cxercwe all tlve-powers of
crici.im, they may read or not read as
ihfjr please.' But nefe they rriuvt stop.
TK' writer will listen to advice, but he
wfl repel jlictarion. Some appear1 to re
qitre volumes hi 8 moment upon t subject
m ich haa" required the reflection of years
iamm-ly deciding ipon the proper mod'
toV pursued, Rin evry at.p in the pro-
nftull notb adjusted with Spain was
that France would nut suffer Spam to ad '
jus,t. them .with. the. U, States upon. any ;
terms Whatever And he was guilty of tl.c ; . ' '
mruttf nnnnnrinlfil rr,n.lurt In ,U.nv rnw! y'"
gress (this he would not say to the Amcri.
can people and the world) that it was the . '
policy of bpam to reserve herself for .
evenu, when his sgenuabrad had in- ,
formed him that it was the policy of France , .
to reserve Spain for events J (The public
message. was sent to Congress on. the 3d
of December; and the private message
only three davs after.1 The 1 iDuitrioiui -
Jefferson,' the onlf man on earth of whom
the writer is at this time disposed to speak 'f
with severity, and that, he appeals to his
God for the truth of the ssserUon; for nd "
private or personal rciori, well knew that
irom we very origin vi uic ncgociaiions in .
reference to the purchase' as well as beam -daries
of Louisiana, the government of
Spain was suffered to take no step whate.
ver without applying for the comtnahds of
France; and was in the constant habit, at ', '
every stage of the business, of sending td ,
know what thoae commands were, facts ;
which will not be ctcrlied by either of our ",
JMinlsters wrw have been concerned in -tliose
ncgiKiations; or by their private Sc- . ,
crftanV -And yet this man ofthe People-i-ihi
President of the 4 good old United -
wK.11.tB wiu vjiiicns, ill uic puvaiD t ,
message, We hae rrason to believe tliaC
she (France) was disposed to effect a set-" "
tlcment (between the Umted ta,fJL Bnw
Spain) in , a plan aiuhgoui 16" what our
ministcrsjTroposcd. . , hat a horrible vi. ,
olator of Truth ! , When he said tuis,' hei
knew that iT France "was diaposed to ef .
fect a settlement," it would bd ' effected.
in one momuif, But there is much virtue '
in that word, analogous.' ' Analogous tdf , .
what; Uur linisters jin the oHcr they
made; f propokd'' to vRrLikQi)tSa'ov
Claims roa spolUtiOiss doik BrAnurf
aku Fatmcii, nurrly to obtain a boundaf
ry for Louisiana! For Spanih apoliat ions'
alone it is said we have lately been offci ed .
LightMmontoJVolluril The 'analog
cous, thrrefore, as the privste documcpta1 '
dd not shew that our Mmistera, In fnaVing
those offers. Aftid.anj thing about buyina
norida-unuoiilnedly meant this Ft Ants
V ASTS MOVIY, ATlBASTttCnT Mlf lIOKtj ,
BESIDES tUt .IHO.t'iSKMfcST.0r ALL
CLAIMS TOR SfAKIStl Ak'D FstCH SPOLI
AtlOKS ASO WVST MVE'IT.'.
General Armbtrons;, at length, tantnlUrJ '
beyond ciithtttnce 7n this butim st, and well
knnM'wgt'mt th-re wa a '?'V I ttnu0t