North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
become neutralproperty. IV retaliate this
extension of the usages of war, the coasting
li'3t?lni?lwai prohibit!" . ' i :
j-y'' t --'-,' . .: .v t jj
- ; rrror cmmiltti by At executivt'of the
Unitti State.!-The representatives of the
French government) in this Country. have .
; liwde known.through their organ, the Auro
ra that the laws of the land have been vio
latedand the dignity and hoBot-of the gov
ernment inauitea py tfte afuvalin the Del,
ware Of the British armed brttir the-Avon-a
t This. ves.el, it seems, came into our waters
f -.with a large sum of money, consigned 18 dif-
fereht persons in the United States. : The
tooney, was saved from a . Spanish Vessel
?v; bound from Havann to Philadelphia, which
as.likely to founder at sea ,As saving tno-
. fvey for the purpose of restoring it to its just
owners, is a thing utterly repugnant to the
;,. principles aod.pfactice cf the French gov
,. eroment, all the papers tn the employ of that
t,60fernmnt have been violent in their de
tounciation of thrsfficeji of thfiAvoti ajidnT
t . v sneir conauct. ana in their calls upon the ex
ye tcutive to execute the vengeance of; the law
Upon these violators of our rights, and insult
v y era of bur reyenue officers; Notwithstanding
t these plain and unequivocal indication of the
'will. and?pleasute of the representatives bf
,Li,irnperial and joy al majesty, our executive
:x.fcad the effrontery to d'wegard these iodic-
i ? tioni, ana nave even gone so laras to grant a
' ; special permission to the Avon to make entrr
; . and land the treasure of which she had taken
i charce.' . After such eross contumelv the ex
-t; ecujive oncers of our government ought to
""be prepared for; e'very Kind of , abuse apd
; auk from the Frenrh paprrsuthirh Iberbave
' oeen in ine naoiv ot toSteruig.,: u 5. Gat.
tueSdyTjuly jiy mo:
On. Sunday; duririff a cfv violent thunder
wrm in mis town, uie tigntning struck the
,; tenement houses; occunied as ,. stores by
. ' Messrs C. Nichols and Harris fc Saunders;
. It descended the chimnies and set fire to two
"s puncheons pf rum, . which soon nut both
, ; store v with their contents, lit a general blare.
r. "Pf1' Wet made, But In !vaw, to extin
feuishthe fire and save the property. The
, "conflagni'tion continued with uuabating fury,
eonsuminsr five houses on Market street; un.
fched,the first of Jhe range of brick"
,,buildmgs, belonging Major J. F. Burgwin,
to which it did Considerable lnjnry, but the '
lyfty and solid wall of brick which its eaitera
end presented, put' aa effectual stop to the'
; further prefertss of the fire. - The property !
destroys is esttmmea si e,ymo ituiiur. it
is somewhat renuriubtethaV the" house a'
v;.$truck.re low and situated in the lowest
" tart of the town; -v' V-.'-V ,'. '-
JZx tract a Utter frim iomihercta! hiuty
tftA'rit rtsfuttabilliy dated y,
; ' . ; v Livxarooi, My i, Hfo.-'
We are informed that Mr; Pinkney (a at
i length' in possession of the French decrees
, by which all American property ht seques
tered, al likewise the imperative, orde.r for
all citizens of the United States to quit the
French territories Without delay, tinder pain
. .. of Imprisonmentr This decree was passei)
as far back as the 53d of March, but not pub
lished until the 8th of May. It is transmit'
ted to all the northern powers Sot their a
. 4option.-"Y, ft . Pent
.y- . ".:. : . :
.The following arrangement respectmc: the
Circuit Courts was made by the Judges of
the Supreme Cuortpretriousto their adjourn'
Jncnt lit t weekr ' , , .. '
. ; .For. -Edenton.1 Judve Tsrlor -Raleich,
Judge twrie .Hillsborough, Jude 1IJ!
Kewbvmr Judtrti Writ;bt-Vilmin)rtoti
Judge Locke Morgan, Judge Henderson
Sraiiro CiacuiT 18 1 1.. " ? ;
'- For Edenton.Jud'e Hall Kalcirh, Jaded
' Taylor Hillsborough, Judge Locke New
bcrn.Judee Henderson Wilmineton Judtre
. WribVllorcri, Judge Lowre.fv?a.Afir
, . f, ' .' : ,
' The British lotp 6f war Avon, oMl thir
ty-two pound carronades, having on board a
larze sum of money for the use of the Span
i ' ' V i,h deputies b the United States, which an
""ws.' thored s.tfNew Castle some time aince.Tnit
aftcrwird dropped down the Delaware, has
returned to that pl-ce, as is hdd, with I pec i J
permission from the American goteromrnt
to (and the noney ' -
, Extract tfa letter from the henirai'tPail
. Hamilton or n uningiv"i
" than in Savannai, dated 'June 21, 1810
. , It rear be a ladsfaction W you, and
.hrr eacA mm tf tur city, to be ic-
farnu-d- that CoMOfoa'DriATtJ, ta
- -next unAr tailh? grdert, with a squadron
fjf-r ships; to tw'tf.e .from Ilampton
llAm Soiithwardlr. whult w tend, I
riopf, rid our coast of lh Privatcera
. ivhicK hive been infesting it for come time
"part." : ' ', 1 ' ,
' ' JVi-w BrUUh Order in ConctJ.
Sons of the Northern Editors arpewr to
' tcgnrd this order m authorising the cap
ture rf Amencan fiaMng vecU-Ve put
' a Uificrcnt construction on , it. However
, rrrat vt otitrage it may U on justice and
en uuul ri guncrally, doca not n 7V
' l j. a. -. ' . - - . .
ate porta fifiheJ States- Noultttel,!
F rom tie-Independent American' printed &
- ru y "v utHcrMj Qvernment. '
- The National Intelligencer sometimes
it kind enough to give publicity; to impor-,
tant public documents and proceeding:
why has it omitted W. inform us that Tur-'
reau i has demanded of Mr.4 Madisqri- aa a'
preliminary step towards appeasing Bubnjii
parte; tjie ,,irti?aediate ejection from , office
of captain Porter, Who commands, the gun
boats of New.Orleans; for daring to med
dle withr French privateers I It seems Mjrr
Madison has not yet thought fit to comply i
we hope the ' day of French dread has
gone by. - , .,. :,-.r "; '
:. ? -V- 't: . "'. .. r ' r .?!C-tU .;
JThe Natfonal tntfelf'irpnr!!. ftiiif s ifiini
I ing acknowledgment of our political 'degr&..
; datiom observes,- if this seaiatl be properly 1
improred,'- our late and present rhisfortunea.
may turn out to tie fretting, iA dit$urter
; W have had too many of these bless
ings in disguise" since the democrats have
managed our-affairs 'but' blessings undit-,
aiti4 would reallyije a novelty 'r-W M '9
It ft Satd thatCaotain Porter".- of "ili tti
; Slates navy, stationed at New Orleans, has
. committed himielf by'- seizing the French'
Turres4 having " represented t the circum
j arance tothe executjve 'produced her inunt
tUtfl release. ; -The French Consul et'Kew
i Orleans refused to receive her and it is said
that Turreau, cooiidrihg the act of captain
, Porter similar to, the ' affair of the Chen.
peake, has demanded hi"recal ! f he rau:
tetir of Jurreau deprives him of. the me of
reason. -r Captain Poner se ted the. vessel,
hot knowing her to be t fiationaLone t and
When con vinced ! . b( the fact, . immediately
maderesttution-The attack on the Che a.
peake" was premeditated j the nationality of
the flag was known yet, our seamen Were
forced awsy, and to this day no rextitutiorl
has been made, ,'v", -fj ITori Utr, "
a fOST'OFFICES. t;A- V
By the" 9th section of an act relating to the
rost-umce . establishment, passed jn the -
course of the Jast session of Congress, h ia
tnaJe the duty of the Deputy fost. Masters
to deliver letters and papers, when called fori
oi aunaay as well as any jther days of the
wecx. r .i nis arrangement commence'd at the
PostrOIjice of thU city oa nky lasC 'f
A Uum was: tought near Wythe courthouse,-in
this state, on' the filh instant, be
tween Mr. Robert Taylor and Mr. William
Pattan: Mr. Taylor fell' the second fire.-i
The cause of the" duel originated in a conten
tion for the hand of a young lady, whom thef
who wui mi ujo whiic uiue auarcBVng. , . I
Prom the Political Commercial Rertitert
wi UiX raneiro. Mair Kth lotfv J
On the 13th ol&H present mbnth the
Spanish Pririce ("1)om PepKO (the only
uouroon rrince, wno is out oi ine tangs ol
Buonaparte) will "be married to the Paw
CtA$ HotaL or PoRTuOAl niece to his
Catholic Majesty Ferdinand the VHthV ,
s This alliance will cement the interests
of, Spain and Portugal in the' Western
vwt.,:j; , ......
- rrcntATioK Aiiot' f
A 'London piper, of April, says, that,
leturs had been received from,. Bueno:
Ayrcs of 23d December and from Rio
Inneito of 27th January. Those from the ,
fatter p."e sute, that the market for Eng
lish goods had sutk to nothing A trunk
of shoes the invoice price of which was
.1261 besides duties and charges, produced
only 161, a .d that at 1 1 months credit
.. toLUKTtEa' Tdast
By the hon. M Gorc The revival of
the Spirit which produced the event wt
celebrated May we no longer seek to con-
iCcid subitmmon so oaa naiiOu by exciting
vjsuiiiy (oau'Hiicif - . .. ,
, ' MJRKIEDi ' : v '
At tsyettevillc, on Thursday M.
James Nxatx, Merchant of this town, t
Miss Ej.114 Die a, of that plce. .
. ; Port of Wilmington.; -
' - " . Murttto, '
. ' Cultto, , . ; .
Moral-. tr, Hrr W.ntio, (DW.-JmmS
HUifna, a.li, Si. m ! , W.im, .
Urn-Mot Lvi(. rKiI..lk I Ut tort. Wii.
., twrl Mf, WiUtMH, lSa Ilii, 0i.
km. fr . . . . ,
Wilmington Volunteer m attend I
Tb Wilmingtow Voluntetrs art ordertd
(o tppetr tt the tisusl place of parade, pro
perly .equipped, oa Friday artcraoon, at I
o'clock, r M.- . ' - .
By order of tht Csptsln, - ,
. Wti. 8. iUniLt, Stf,
apply tft the U. States.- British vessels
are now certainly admitted freelv tro"
fclmington Prices Current:
I - J
Fldtk' inewTf a
' Br 0- ditto (
r -i w. o; b)ls.
lar, .-- , j j
urpentine, ; it
urn, (Jamaica, 4 th pr
j 3d proof , .
Sar, (Muscovado J,
soacco, ; ,'-?.ym
4 ? r feLECtio";;;;;:. y
UfOTlCE is hereby given, that on Thtirs
lar the 9th day ol Aueust next, an Election
wfl be held lor Members to represent theyj
vousty ana .Iowa at4ht;amna. uenerai
A&iuiblv also for a Member of Congress
for Ve fifth District, at the following places,
via :At Long Creek Bridge at the' house of
Antbny.Willisrmon, Moore's Creek j at the
hou of the late Thomas Rogers, Black Ri
ver At Washi ngton at Sandy Run ; at the
hotit where John Pugn Williams formerly
llve oil Holly Shelter j and at Wilmington.
, I . . . lWK, nutT Sh'ff. -jp2.-y:,
TlE Room adj oining the Bookstore, late
fy ocupied by Mr. . Winslow as a compt
ing-som, and possession immediately given,
Appf to ' - THOS. ADAMS. :;
; Jior 23.-1'--; - ,. -.-.:;".;;
,; r FOR SALE, :V;:;!
1 A large, writ broke and handsome ' ;
S HORSE. : - t
;-t' ..i- ' . Apply asaboVe.
tr ; 1 a t at w o t a M a vt,
fE51HO C5 of ix 4th;, (n biicti lb hit
trMesiion worthy of the pall onsgt of the
.adie and Gentlemen of this nlace. resnect
ulli oifer his services to those who may in
the tattllest degree require professional aid,
in anp defease of the mouth and gums, or in.
Iroms partial or total loss of one or mora of
Natral and artificial teeth set with liga
tures springs, pivots, or on plates of gold.
and u.sucn a manner as to be uselul and
higbf ornsmental. ,. The tsrtar, so injurious
to tatih, cane, blackness and discoloring,
rtroit ed, and the teeth restored to their na
tive fhiteness, without the smallest pain, or
any r.jury to toe enamel. Decayed teeh,
orifid and plugged, so as to render them use
rul, s)d prevent their further decay. Teeth
extrctcd with perfect safely, and every other
opertioh performed (that cornea within the
lint f his profession) to preserve the beauty
and oundncst of the tstth,and a healiby state
ofth gtirni. (" . j , f
V If roderneis and csre in the ftrftrent ope
rstiois, beauty and elegance in the finishing
and setting artificial teeth, and the most im
piclt cattdor In his advice, are inducements.
fsott wbt wtay honor dim with their confi.
dence, may be assured on meeting with sa'
isfaciioas Pcrsftnt wishing to be wsited ori
t Ibtir residence, will please to send a line
cr a Mrvaht He todgtt at the Wilmington
Hotel. ,r , . : "'
' N. B. He hst tooth powder, whicE cures
he seumy in the gums,' (upon faith) at ont
JoUsr pet bos or bottle, which is ore very
recent dicovery i a liquid lofssieh the le-th
the gvma, at twodolUr per bottle tod a
oil which gives case to snd cures all tooth
achss. without extracting the tooth. - .
", July 23. .-. - f. . . ,
' r. ' XQTic ' .
1 THE Subscribers having arranged their
buiincis relstivt to the late firm of Nathan
ana Lett WiUisros, hereby givt notice that
LoU Williams Is empowered to collect all
debit due tbt firm, and grant discharges fur
tbtitintf , . ;
r u .NATHAN WILLIAMS.
July V , , LOTT WILLIAMS.
; 1Te. Subscriber being appoint
ed tq collect the debts dut tht brns f N. and
L. Viliistas, requests all tbost indebted tb
ssidfirm, to come forward and pf their re1
speivt dues, otherwist their oottt and ac-
cou" will bt put io suit. 1
: .'!, . . LOTT WllLIAilS.
Jiff 3. 4 - v.:' ri
Wanted at this Ofiice g
Jh APPRENTICE BOV. who csn read
aocWlie. ., . Ftb.fl.
THIS day will be soldi precisely at 9
o'cluck.al the Court House, sundry Lots of
Land, below the Town, among which art
seme Water Lots. -Conditions will be made
known at the time of sate. ., : . ' -
4- iW.. :-?:ACOB JUKV
'.V n!t0t RRKTi -;:vt
li '4 reaSQnabU rate, and immediate pdSttsfloA
;TH AT comhiodious HoasX, now occupied
fey Mr, John Williams, fronting Castle Street
lis situation is pleasntand beIioy,and"t)ear
an excellent spring of water; it hot a good
gaiden, and all Convenient put-h,ouse. Ap
ply to . THOMAS HUNTER
July 23,,. . --V4;-fAirV .?:
1 "L '.' iii i in . I
v ' a - ' : ('Till Janaatjf nexttS "v
, A'NECRO GIRL, who iinderslin3
houe-wrrk, kc. Enquire of the Prkiter.'
Taken from mjf. Store yesterdays
04HPg Te conruMon of the fire, rwo truttkf
of Bwiu )tfRhoes,JThose .who were kind
enough to take harge of them will confer a
real favor, and receive a handsome reward bf
returning thtm to the suba"r,,3'
July 33 ...y.? f .'.JOSHl A HOWARD
6,000 bushela Turk'stlandalt, -"
95 Puncheons W, 1, Rum 3d 3d and 4tri
proof. ,. 1. :v - f. - .... . - ,
,46 bhds.MolssSes. - , . , .
' Payment will be received in Certain quan
tities of good long leaf Tobacco. Tierces fi-i
Quality Rice, From 15 to 20,000 White OaV
Hhdr Staves and in Motes payable at the
Bank of Cape-Fear at 60 .90 and 120 day
with approved indorers - Apply to
Zt G HUTCHINSON fc CO. -
. iuiy irri8id.' : -
N. B AU persons indebted to the laid fiVn.
are requested to make immediate payment
Those to whom they are indebted are dsi
red to present their accounts on or beford
the lit of August. ,! ' . . G H. k CO...
.';v tcvj riollifs" Reward.
Ht AN A WAY from the'Sub' criber, abobl
the 30i h of My, a Negro boy tamed JOHNi :
about 18 or 19 years of age, of a very d.rk
complexion, and verynpare bbllt, - He is ei
ther lurking sbout Wilmington; Or is endea
voriw ' .'J -uw joflill bofoueh
ooTa rwarg win ut b,T " j
who will deliver him to me or tcCore hini 14
ny jail m that leet him. f ,
; - ELIZABETII NVaTTERS. v
. ; .July SJ.nryj:v.--, ?'-S'.
': N. B." Said1 boy wal tsken 'o'n; tht iOtb lnsM
and again made his escape on the lSth.--Ut
bss since been seen on hiswsy to tbt Sounds
whert ht probsbly now is. . - E.' W.
,;- Fat tale at the U Umington Book-ttore,
DR. ROBERTSON'S ; . :
VEGETABLE NERVOUS CORDI AlV
. ; Or Nature' Gntnd Rettorative. . ,. . ',
a (Prin ttl end aft rvftla 1 - ''
It is confidently recommended, tt tht most-
ttHcscious Medicine, for ibe speedy relief is
cure of all nervous complaints, impurities of
tht blood, ieminsl weakness, gleets, and va
rious complaints resulting from secret impro
prictf of youth and dusipatcd pleasures,
rttidenct In warm rlimates, the Immoderate',
ust of tea, the unskilful or txctuive ue ef -mercury
so often destructive to th humd
frsme, and disrates peeuusr to remsle at i
cerlsin period of life bsrrenne.s, ke. fce.
Under tbt denoroiostlon of nervous 'iior
den. In Its full cttent, arc Included stvertl
discises of tht most dangerous kind, end are .
so vsnods, tht a Volume W"Uld hardly uf-
net to complete a drscnpuon of ibem. Jt
pervsdes with its baleful influence the whole '
nervous system, writhing the heart with in '
expressible anguKh, and tacnihg the most
dreadful suggestions of horror and despair. '
To -this demon hsve thoessods fallen a aa
rrince, In the dirclul transports of Its rsgc.
The most common symptoms at this com' -roencememt,
are weskness, flatulence, palpi
ing, timidity, if. she of heat and eold.nunb
ness cramp, giddihets, pains in tht befd
back, and loins, hichup, difficulty ofrcptra.
tion k deglutition, anxiety, dry eoUgh, k'c '
Since Dr. Robertson's first discovery of
this invaluablt Medicine, tpwsrds of rW
hundred thousand ptrtant hsve experienced he
htppy tnd salutary ertetts, msny fcf whoni
hid been reduced to tbt it stage, and had
giveftop all hopes of recovering. '
" " 4 Dk.DYOTT-S ;
r.--: AntB;Uov.a ruts.
For the prevention aad core of Bilious and
Mtligntnt Fters. 1 Prlct 21 ctnu pet bca
large diitoj AO cents. f ( , , ... ,4
The Balm tt Iberia. .'
Eitrteted trim tn Iberian pltnf, fur f a.
ring defectt In the Sam, tnd Improving tbtf
compitxion, kc. kc. Prict two doflsra, ,
t . , . ' " ' .
Also, a niittytffittr Paper, tot4(p
do, ke. Ink powder, Pencils, Pmkrt But kv
from I to g etch l Copy Slips, ( Wsfer
best Pitying Cards, Common dw, and a stf,
ply of Black Books, of all kinds. , t"
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