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I WILMINGTON, (North-Carolina) tHURSDAY, APItir 2 . 1S15.H
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Viimliis;ton Prices .Current
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Park. 233 Ih.
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imlnston N. C 'under ti.e Jf"7"'d V"'
y--TTThV vIT ofMav next the eW-V .ce pt lhe cr- Arty person tint
Sp.f.V JSJ,- JCr Tr:th,he Sn.scnbcr shall ...
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Silt, TbrrWe. &C
fnr. Ilinn hmwn
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2 j 2 25
2 50 2 75
2 2 5J
cm linn 1 J , 1
v hts h. 90 1 ao j
1 40 1 50
100 IK 2 -0
h-.uhd 70 j 83
'!. 14 1 15 j
100 lb 13
loo u, r J r jo
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- TOR SALEj
JC0 catk prime Hicc,
roo birrcU Floor,
. 6o baltt Cottoa, ' . , r
15 hhdf. Tobacco I
. 150 ctki Flaxrcd,
, Hnz Lrd in Kegt tnd Firkinf,
WhiAcy in h!di & barrels '
2 torn Nail Rods ond
A fcvKeaCut Nails,
O. and H..O. Stores and Hcadini;.
R. V. DROWN.
Q3? Alexander HHttridgc has
rrmr?rd his place of liutinesa to, the
Office latelr occupied by the late Vn.
Kitkpatrick. on D. McLeran'a vrbarf,
t Wilminntoo.N.C 19th April, 1315.
- FOR SALE,
' SOOlialcsCotion, , " k ,
50 hhds. Tobccco,
500 barrels Flour,
5 ton Iron, (fit far waggon tire)
100,000 ft. Lumber, boards k scantling,
8,000 bushels Lircrpool Salt, '
10 tons I,og-ood,
50 tubs Srecl.
IX McLcranV 'uart; Oran-e air-xt.
April roih. 1815. 5
I cfntnlrt IHtM It not tT3i ??c ; t-u aoisc;
An rjr atene of uninry jo . 1 Tc
In rait I trusted, tthat the flwin DawU
Wontd b&nisb Sorrov, and en!rpe tSc SduI,
To ilie l-Ue Revel, and pro?r vctcd Ft
WiU Dreamt stkcctikd, anrl disonkrrU itct 1
And as at darn of morn f4? U'.aoa4 tifU
Broke tliro llie Fumes an t lItaa'xns el its
What had beta said, I aaVd rnjrSoul, tvliat
done ? ' 1
llaw flowM our Mirth, ari chence tlie Saurce
Ferbaps the je?.t that cajrtnU tbo apri?!itly
f.fd matle the jot itl TJk lau-'i sa loud.
To iome fMlseNotion ow'd iu poor Pretence.
To anrnliguous Vcrdi ptrrcnei ScnsJ,
To a tUc Hjonit; er a ronton Air, -entire
tr A Ti turc to Ui o Jt IVv,
Perhaps, alaa! tLe pleasing 3in-."nivai fcro't
Fro ji. this Manfj Crror, t'm.t anoiher'a 1auit ;
rrcmTonks rhich Geod:3at.tre vou!tjforj;-t,
Anl IVudercs raention vih the ;t ap-st.
Ad2 jre UTinunbcred Iil', tint . lb tirwtcn
I.i the pernicioua privtfit If e Vonf oUccne,
Or harsh, vhich, or.ee claoott, wusteer fly:"
li rcvocnue j tactuo prompt ll?p!y,
Seed of tcrere Uistn;
I the Aoiitrecl 7IeraW13i f "4ii;iilfIerseWoifafe
querade. Amidst5 the many-- masks j .ancingm; characteV,r;icommCT
1 Noble Lord's Hospitable Hoitsem I Ps
i this city, the ' fblloiving' waV thetrmbst J Chandejiersihej whoIeV coni -tr--remnrkable
' i rv ; I eluded by a Promenade 10 masb tKm C v - - d - ' v vV
Mrs. 1 General "De:Rottenburjrvan Lth.ft greets ;to the wonder :of thex
mt-rsstinc: Squaw hen masked : at I .'nqusmqus peasant, rs be. came to
OUDOer When thft fair rnvmlrri thir I uiarKtT.
charms, her bcautjy was conspicuous
and shone forth' unrivalkd in spHe bl
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savage costume, v.'incn m vain at
tempted to hide the Symmetry of her
Person . Mrs. Gplone 1 31 iifray en-.
livened . die motki Groups by a dis
play of various talent, in. several cha
racters nil. of which were supported
with spirit. ; Her Agnes ad mirabte:
and was rendered- more interestinc:
stili by her -sonr, acccrapanit d bi
the. pkasicg rounds of die tink
ling Guitar-p-Mrp. Jtfdge iReid a
good soldier's wifej-Mrs. IDawson;
iOOth regU a. lovely CqlumEine
Mrs. aMaior - Clerk an interestincr
'From the Bcstcn Dai Advertiser, ?
To those who are acqiiainteH with
the.. history of Villicni Cobbett, it
must be apparent thnitK?s pen has al..
ways Seen r.t the serf rce'oi the high -est-bidder,
that to clonk 1 is venality
he has consti jitly raised an aflfectecl
yield7' aboxit tie hirtligf-presses, .'
and thst: With thr most unMushin-
eltronterjr ; he invariably lassns vfrhat- '
ever he believes wilt best subserve
the designs of ii's jipioytrs, without ;
the least regard' to" vercciiv. Oar de
insist- uror the?
flcwer girl Airs. Major J Martin an. I correctreos 01 his politics and th
Miss Sutherland n 1 trurn.ct liis ass
ccurtrv., lass Miss -Ma- W cr rctau ;ms Tibajrv r.ct pro-
..wi ,J- juviiin peasant, tiri---iirs 1 i"'6k Ma VHi"llJ - wiiscs,
. .nd i V" a picaog-4-iora iurs. xJcjor i ...-;'" tf.-
il l " J " "i"-1 c sr-ci nis saaeiiyt oc
Vtt V7B Should hi:n
!,a.i : , vv auare a i:owr mrj Mrs. JLanjro
ITnhrvprV Man ! vhoni rrn. ,W t, ... ' ?3 -Dc8S 01 ?ipminlCk Miss.
W A Pnnrr.T wnnir' T-n(!T
L,Ubl,. 01 Tuesday the 4rh Inst, a
small ULIJ MOROCCO POCKET
ROOK, -hich opns tit the end Cm-tf-rnlngCanh
Notes to the amount of
from thirty to one hundred do::ar. It
!5aml It ire
To niCrr r.t Iils al:ernte!y f r pge. ; rv...
V.io c'.rir.hs alas ! Lqttu il-rrt ; ror sres.
That rotlanc!n!. Si )th, severe Diit ase,
McmVjr confi M And in'crrj.oied Tl ought.
Death's Itarblnsri th Utrnt the raugiit j
Ai.d in the VlcvVs that :T.;th tlie rn.-rh!i:
Fell Adders lita, anj pols'aw riiatc roi:.
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v i" u xmu, a nave mace an cx-
Lanren a pensive tun of the sam e I trct from hi' pfOaptc'i.s to a' news-
orderMicsMaeiaeM'GinivrnfyjPP n wh.h 'lit s : drawn th
a New Market ifJoelceV ..of 'feather f ciaracter of the .V. sr. 'dtmotratsi:
weight Mrs. liichardsoKa Colcm- The piper y 'eiftitlecT The Pzrcii
brio of -ths'jid Tlieatre Ix 'r v; J-" lThefeiiOw in i -the extract.
; tv. .. ; t- .... M;EN."'. "'' 41 Ivin in','. A n-tiyirsi witpecse'dl
i; A Vj.lent.n5d Friar Gen. DeHtten- fyyg j.fu'cks of 'reyt;Int?.on ; hxxv
burn Lieut CoL! Roberrt-oii pirfsv I ini
H'ntchcim.T. ho!: seemed -to b
,'oisv inS solM piety gi v p plai c to ason-
lUjJj I tempi (f: religiftqi'TpIin d?Ih 'e??
e vH jchanged i cr ' 1 ,i!t2 rg and 1 faud. qui-
In : vprsai cbnAti ence for uciv'e'nul-: siD-reii-
plcic?i atU cltttrst . "having, seen n;
?'re-' J ?o?inU-y n:re tile seft c-fpeacei' ;nnd
t al j JSf' '"ff!?K'?bThbbdt torn to piece 3
-1 narcl and K"10 hc rrired
aa a regard.
. ' .. . " . ISAAC ARNOLD.
F'U iJttj, 1 5 IS tf
Iron sea. - : j- 7 uur'srr'r
'jftto tier v-ur u t. y.. ,
SSeasKa oiin . 5n .Dll, t
SO barrel 5agtr,; Vii
1 tierce and ' 1
. 6 trunks of Mai
;JJ Srrrrrit out of place ; nothrap; parti-
cnlrr to coinmencl lum- av f aji ;n
by faction Hing-d by intriguing j dc-
iiiafrcgnes i sfo nyer cesjng hatred r 1
and strifr jjhaviii'r setn a tebnle. 'J
nce too fomlof what ;thev call. 'liber--- :
R." CO j(' LlviTTtzrii j .
xrTTr The ship FiELi.,
5fS?f?' burthen rbout 240 Ar 1j jh
LLut 25C0 htrrcUfVnd may be
1 fatted at rrnil eaprire.
A few thousand barrt Isof T.ir
and Turpentinrin i'rjrIrjf .-rd-r.
ArPb to HANJ'jX KllU.V S-. CO-
Fcbruary 23 if
-iMif..ncat end i decen
,T7Vv C.TIVJ li.i'lij t. f
markablc fiom liarinfj thehridec of m
nose broken to! nearly a lcrcl with hi j
face. The above reward nil: be given
to whoever will apprehend and lodpje
in Jail the said Runaway so that he
my tc recoyercd and at the same time
prove to conviction any white person
who has hafbvur;d or attempted to
take him nny or 2.1 dollars will be
given to whoever will lodge the same
in the Jail in this town and ail icasona-
Por Liverpool or Hull (Knrj.) lbie cxpencespid.
THE Ship DR--
PER, , Master,
burthen 23J tons,
daily expected to-"ar-rivc
to cither of
the above places (Liverpool preferred.)
For further paiticulars, or passage, ap
ply ,0 ALEX. H ATTRIDGE.
To Rent on very reasonable terms that
veil known Ware-House or Wharf,
ppositc the Market V harf, west side
cf the River Cape-Fear, belonging to
the Estate of Wm. McXennan deev .
. A. H ATTRIDGE.
; .Banks of Cape-Fear and
i ' Newbcrn.
"THE President and Directors of
the Banks of Cape-Fear, and New
ibern hereby give notice that Book
. will be opened for rccri ving Subscnp
. wmn towards an increase of the Capi
tol Stock of the said Banks re? pec
Vwelyat the Citv of Raleigh, the
TWs of Wilmington.
Fayetteville, Kdenton,Hahfax, Ii:Us-
borough, Washington; Warrenton,
Salisbur Tarhorcugh, Morg-.mton,
. rittsborougb', Salem. Rutherford ton,
' PIvmouth, Murfreesborough and
1 Gfeensborough, and in Nash Conn f y
, on Thursday the 25th. of May next
mmmissioneis to be hereaf-
VftWM - - - .
MUEL ASHE, JanV.
April 20th, IS 14 3w.
For Sale by
. JOHN F. BURG WIX, & CO.
March 23, f!S15.
SlTJt G OJmD,TIST;
(Late Pupil to 15. T. Longbotliom, of Charles
ton, S. C.)
INFORMS the Ladies and Gentle
men of , Wilmington and its environs,
he may be consulted in the line of. his
profession at; the house of Mr. Dick,
where those ideslrous cf his services
are requested to communicate the same
to him personally or by written mes
sage, and 2.s his stay will be very limi
ted, he hopes none will unnecessarily
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Qciay linn JiJicnuuiJ.
' Notice. ("
THE persons who composed the
late Wilmington Volunteer Company,
are requested to leave their Guns and
Bayonets at- Mr. Rr Rankins Store.
It is enpected they will be returned in
good order; . -
By order of the Colonel.
March 22, 1815.
dress and ft sure very beconnnl
Tke Case or RACIIEi; BAICIIR. I!7d 'Tv7 T.ff nm the ga-
zingiair; lowaras mnrr.mg ne be
came a sitting magistrate for the r.ight
before whom all vagrants Were
brought up: for judgment, Wit, me
riment and repartee being -so.com-
-fnn-ives is r'"??,v m th r.p the Col. the
lectin t-n .!,'H--V "T'H not If '.!r prised at the ef-
it'c.t ol on i lvn ncter A Dev;i by
IMajcr Winchofs, his Tail more re-
This moral- phenomenon still rt
trcts attention, and is uncutst?ona
bly ths grtnt't curiosity ol tl.c knd
the T.Z2 nrodiics i. Tl.at diere ir.
... . v.
irJ'P n rv ri'
But vrrity requires, r.nd curiosity de
r.ands, that more should be 'known
of her t:j.io h tra::3pi;-ed. She is j
brcs at ihdir command, endiavor-
"if - - ,V.. ' !
m ; to--I bring dowi on, my nrtive
couiitrv tne verv fame cptrcies-6i cs
Umityacii cisrace. :
" Nbtwal . .'t-mdins: the ?smi!e of
and tlx niri- Vi'e?' ul es-
Franct, I hnd"the' eihica-
rusot voe rcpublrnn. ircTioti (ior
sucn. really is tt preaching far
natecisia and inficleUty, sHM "bawling
1. . ; 1 ' a 1 J
w hi ch ti y v h av c j n a
now shrouded in a veil of caactitv,! r.-lon-n by li-ut. v lioldsmith --A j auu:?r Ky 10 cicnom.a e rc.o:mv Fr.ii
which is ot suffered to be ptf.etrattd.j Harlequin by Captain Gold risk, riti- j exer'mg ail thei.-nearious ingemuf
Evenr thing nresented to her mind in ther active nor merrv Sir Roger ni .pipping tt fomnoa oi the
its somnific state, must nnrtahcV the Coveriy by Cant Saimde iTon, 3ih church and the throne., i hose who
ghostly n nr.rc of her f io-js mcdita- tgt- who trcm his knowledge ol t want experience ot v.
tions ,- and a correct-atfd sMisiiir-toiv Ua-Jy'De CoverJy, .Udayd her. part 1 ces maviQrujvht I
analysis of her mental disorder is for- to perfection in a second character 5
bidden bv her nious and awe-strut:-?: 'her ladysqiphnd a great deal, to sny
attendants.' That she pi'ays and ejx
horts lor nearly an hour in her sleep
every evening, lsa fact ? but not un
til she retires to rcrt : as a certain
state of the body is necessary to her
mental exercises. Sie understands
through the medium cof the' enr ; but
whether she retains the power of taste,
sm;liand feeling, we have to 1 learn
perhaps the new hook will" satisfy u
iur her-iji and abounded in the ge
neral abuse ofjhcr female acquaint
ances -Major fun er, a good-lcok-inn
house mmd, m-.sny seemed desir
ous of her services Major Frobish
er, an excellent 'portrait of a Canadian
peasant -Mr. jAnldjo, a burlesque on
a Hussar ; his costume laughable,
but was a - bad representation o the
character win op ne did not appear to
on the r-ninfc. hp qn.-r'-a as though ' understand p uennis uuigruaaerv
she addressed an audience in a stand- j by Maj Robinson, truly characteristic
Peter Cadir, :.
jtl V IIJ UUliUC inai wiu mw 1 . - , . . - , .
next month leave this place lor Dalu-j - -f , ,. - 1 ;
tcr appointed, whose names will be
published.) Such parfof the stock,
- as roav remain unsubscribed for on
the 4th day of Julj next, will be sold
and disposed of by the Presidei.'tsand
Directors of said Banks respectively
at an advanced price hereafter, to be
fixed and made known.
R. BRADLEY, Cmhter cfthe
: Bank pf.Ccpe-Fear .
' , . M. C STEPHENS, Cashier cf
I ; the Bank cf Xeivbertu
inore. whence he intends going to
France. He requests those indebted to
him to scttle up immediately, and those
to vf horn he may be indebted to bring
jn their accounts for settlement.
April 20, 1315.
ALL '-perrons having legal demands
against the estate of Benjamin G." Wal
ker, are requested to present them for
liquidation ; and those who are indebt
ed to his estate, will ma; payment.
John Julius Gause, Idm'r.
V February 16, 1815 tff
mg posture, and yet sh; mentions
her being in bed. She disapproves,
of female teaching when awake, but
glories in it while asleep.- She con
siders her situation hs a misfortune in
her ordinary discourse, but blesses
God for the unspeakable gift in her
sleeping homilies. . These singular
and somewhat contradictory proper
ties cannot be easily reconciled to my
understanding, jedical and literary
men should endeavor to elicit, analvse
and describe die operations and facul-
ly apart from her teligious ideas and
exercises, until a run ana accurate
examination (and cross-examination)
is obtained, the public will not be sat
isfied. Something is due to the ra
tional -anxiety of the intelligent and
serous inquirer. Withouradroitting
an idea of levity or, wish to pain the
feelings of theolemn and devout, a
more liberal and expanded develope
ment of, the symptoms, effects and
characteristics of this astonishing case,
(is desirable, practicable, and ought to
of Hibernian Rusticity ; this was a
very good mask a good jack' Tar
by Commissary Gen. CLirk- Major
Martin, an Irishman all over, even
to his buttans which were made ot
potatoes LtJ Coloqel a tall farmer's
daughter M.ijor ' D'Arcy a j good
country Bumpkin -Mr. Radigcr a
romping codntry Girl--A Game
Cock bv Mr Mozam,, who coidd
do every th'mg but crow -A perfect
ly characteristic News Man by -Lieut
Stevenson ; a Clown by the same
a fair representative of Grimaldi-
Col. Baron iGrant, a wounded Ser
geant of M ill tia DrAVarripg a good
Jean Baptist! and vicing v.kh Major
Frobisher for Preeminence.
Several otper good characters were
represented put whose namesi we have
not, learned J amidst "others- aver'
good Yorkshire man. .The princi
pal room jinj Masquerade, displayed
character, nature and taste which the
brush of artist so justlly pourtrayed.
At one o'clock the company unmas
ked,' and proceeded to supper ; where
all the delicacies and and arts of the
first JMaiue de, cuisine were raid out
kricvy-, be ex- i
10m con ivig, at t!ec;e ft-
but. for me, who h 'vt seen
acts passed hyfa .republican 1; islitvro
more j fraud uent tnan fnir'ery -cr
coining; -'for nje, who h'fcye, sen .
republican! ofBcevs of state ' off: ring
their ccunt'T for sale tor-a f -w ti'ou
snnds of dolUfs ; forane, who have
seen republican juds become f.l
lons, and Ijeloiis, beeomo republic m
judges 'i' for me to t'M my . handa.
and tamely listen to the insn? ;iit en
logists of repuitican ' governments- and
rulers, would be. u shamtful aban
donment ot prr-ciplts, a clacardlv'
desertion ci duty," &c. ;
These are the sentiments of Cob
bett, whosf authority is so much res
pected by American democrats. ,
The Belfast Nl". -srlL'ttr, under the,
head of 44 Giagow-JVl d re:5. Jan.!
f3, says 44 Cotton1 has
notice was that of 3$0 ))ogs
uambucco at 2 s & Gd to 2s t
'A German newspar;er in estimating
the loss. of lives, occasione.'j( by Bo
naparte's different cariipaigns, makesi
a grand total of five milii'pns eightf
hundred thousand in ten years.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
A smalt EuppIy X)f the fallowing1 Reeds just re
ceivedand for?Sale at the Hnotc Sore, viz :
ScarUt, Purple ane White Turnip Ra- i
dish -Onion Red and Vhitt: KatlyV
Diitch Turnip, Cvirjed Lettuce, Early
and. Long Green - Cucumber, Biih
Sq'jash, Summer Savory, Red nd
Blood Beet,t i5artnips and ' Oracge and
1 Yellow Carrot ,