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tNo. 7.3 - : T H U R S Df tv F E B R U A 'Wf&i 5 1797
A Hall lias for Tale,
life of Jesus 4to, ornawtnteQ
with twenty two. elejft topper plate en. ,;
graving and containing a more complete,
aatheatic,- aWples accurate, Linftructive,
irtjiverfa!, and full account, (freed from '
PopiuV fuperftition,and other trrors) thatr;
; .aa ever before publifficd of all be teaK
1 tbebeoefit oflbejiAderwic 1
Thc brig JNcptpne,
and all her materiahAtitn j,
tentdry,of which may be fcen
uponf appl ication tovi . . . w
Wm. NUTT, AucVr.
- 'ho has on hand fer fceg GM wwder,
cneap tor cam,
f mir Gt&Riout Redeeme.
A Cafe rcfpecling Britilh 0brt, lately
determined in the Circuit Court of ; the
lited tatei; fr Worth-Carolina amrjet.
Aubblement to Iredell's Revifal, ' with
ind ithoutl Private Aft V hie whoH ;:
forming; a complete affemWa jje of fall the
Acts now in iorcc, iu6,iviuMnii
Ibis codntry to the year I795 -v' ;
i-.-Martin,i-vJfticek Do. Trcatife dn the
TurifdicYion of uftis. Report of a ."'Cafe,
lately bedded in" Fayetteville Superior
Court of Law j wherein the following que!
tiohs are difcufled and fettled, viz. i. Whe
"tVerT irt' the"cafcr of a Sealed inftrument,
.AnaitfliedJy ay UDrcrA
in evidence I i. Whether an aftion qf :
iebt liei Uponfuch au inftrument?
A delcriptibn of Occacock. Inlet-7 ChaH -,
of the Latr of Inheritance, Pdlitical Dic
tionary ?rol peel from the Cobgrefi Gal
lery. Addrefs from Robert Goodloe Har
der to bit conltituenta. Arc of Manual De
fence. Together with a variety of Blanks; t
Printing-Office, Feb.; l6i , . v
.,n r I v. ' 1 1 1 ' ' I'ir r i H
t b p e xj M VT$- r : '
1 "Which accompanied the meuake of the Prt
i ; fident oC the United States to both houfes
Xif Congrcft January 79 7.V T
tetter to Xlf. Pinckney, Klimfter PIenipo
, tenuary of the United JStafes, to tho
i . . ' (Continued.) . . , , r
V AVith ibefe dKpofiuohs, the -emprefs of
R toflia? in February, 1 780, made public the
pi;5dciplc$ on'xrhich ibe would maintain tho
4co hmerce "t)f herubiecls.iT-lt-js-neceflary-r
h nta'e to recite only two ot tnem. lit. i nar,
; ;aHuary 1$
Five Hundred Calks
which they Wift t6 '
iSS-S 1 1 W V1 That the aiicies of contraband ftould "
lSMo'I. Hoboer'w.&te' I'l.be'tSregulated by the I6tb and i i th articles of
t.:':Vr'tt;., . v I ihet treaty bt commerce with GreafBritain.
ci .icnuuig mc rcguiaiioni oi uioie aiticica iq
." r fall the iMi hp nnwirnr tn fnbifti ot the
FJaSedj, , j jhi nons at war, ffiould belfree on board heuV
Freight tO 1 Hra A Veffs'lsl rnnrrahatir! crrtoflil eicent'ed
-i? F O R 3 A L E,
A "tfrad bf Land la GKatham
county, on Haw.rivcr, confiding of .450
acres, finely timbered and watered, .With
Agoodhoufe, and out-houfe, ftable, and a .
-fcood flat at a valuable ferry, commonly
called Clark's Ferry j on the main road from
Fayetteville to Hillfbor ough. It has a na
Iaral nne. mill, fey, the rice .about half ,
4onei the damand luodgate fimflied, tim
ber for the law mill is hewed and at tht
jpot, fome bf the grift mill timber is got,
and thirty" thoufand bricks atthe place;
the neighbourhood is a plentiful wheat
tountry)' where a gobd mill is abfolutely
wanting, as the Creek mill in a dry feafoa
aonbt gtind, neither do tbey vgnnd firft
quality flour, and 00 oppoTition ou the river
within fixteen miles It Is alfo a rood fitu-
Jtiou for a dlftillery Much more could be
aid with regard to iti favourable fituatioA
fir a mill.-A credit wiUbeeirem
Fbr particulars apply to Henry Lewis
Lutterloh, Chatham county, or to Edward
Jones; Attorney. at Law, Wilmiag. ,
ton. ' ' -';- '
, . rebYuary pTT 6 jm . " . "".
FOR PRIVATE SALE. ;
. , A Negro wench' and child.-"
The wench is a complete cook, wa(hre and
ironer -TAppry to'
. Thomts" Fitzgerald.
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I will be obliged to thcrpcrv
tin who borrowed of me the fecond volume '
f Elegant. ExtraOr, In profer printtd In
London, 1704, to return it fpeedily;
., . Robert Harley.
WAN? ED TO' HIRE , tJ t i
A fcrrant Wbrnati v!io.iirt-
"er(hodshoife work, and oan come well '
recommended for her k oefy. Apply at
ih Print! ng.nffice.
- Fbruary 161 ,
VOSBURGH & CHILD S,-
(Windfor CbaTr-lakeri; from Klcw-V o?k )
. Refpeftfuliy inform the clti-
tens, of - North-Carolina, j;hat they have'
-commenced the above bufinefs on the foutb
fide Of Dock-ftreetj near tne wharf, V? here
jnay be had Wiridfor Chairs of eVery defcrip.
, tion, hiffhly varniflied in. any colour, and
Ilftrjial.te(l lfee ant t
Settees of ten ftet in l&ngtTf or UhTer "fiiita-"
ble to either halls 6r piazzai ; garden chairs1
fuitable to irbours; A few inomenm rcflfec- .
tien will convince a difcerninj; public, hbw ;
far: preferable chairs mt be manutacturcd
in the nate. Warranted to be both well made
and painted with the be ft materials; to'thofc
that are importeil which are always nnl
vo'dably rubbed and bruifed, and n hie times
in. ten are bought at auclidh.f , '
. Y. They reft' their claim to public favour on
.the practical and experimental kiiowlevlire
of their profefiion ; and with thejaree ftockt
; Of materials they now poRcfs, wiHbe'ble
to execute any-orders with -elegance, and
difpatch. Thejr are determined td nv.i.e it
their ftudy to pleafe, and do juftice to all.
N. B. Old chairs repaired and painted in
inch a manner as to be both neat and dura-.
ble. ' : - ;
, In lalk week's Gazette for London, read
New.York. . '
Boot and Shoe Manufafioiy.
The fubferiber relneafully in
forms his friends and the public, that his bu;
finefs will be carried on in every brancb, in
a more extenhve line than hitherto, having
got a freflt fupply of Leather of the belt
Quality, front ibe north wa:dl(b, al com.,
plcte workmen as any iii the ftate; He is
grateful for pad favors fo liberally gien
nim, and folieits a continuance no farther
than attention to pleafe together with good
work, may claim
Twhd will take as Apprenucei, two boys
Vitlier white or black, of good morali. .
" . "February a"! r 3 :T"
to the Public -
Hie fubferiber Intends to lfcaVd
xhis ftate as foou as his aifain can be fettled,
therefore gives notice to all perfoni with
whom be has had dealings, that a fpeed
fettleracnt is neceflarr td be made He is
ready to difcharge all debts and Juft balance! '
.that any perfoit may itave againft hinv
' Thofe who may be indebted to him, are re
pefted refpeCliTel to make payment with
oat delay. . , , ( - .
r Allthofe" wha bate ftill reeiaing in his
fltop, Watches, Silver work or Jewelnr are
particularly requeued to call or fend for the
.fame,.' ;... . . ,'',-..'. - -
. The fubferiber will ever with pteafiire re
, tain the remembrance of taofe cuilens who
have, for many years, honored hint" with
their friendmip and favored him with their
eultoai. , . - .
- . ' D. Lambcrtoz.
f ebruiry s . , '
ill' the h'elliirerfnr nnwrf.
' fro enforce the obfervahce of thefe prih .
; ci ties, fee .gavebrdets for euippinjg a con
fid CY-able part of her marine. . . w " ,
In July of the faraeljear, Denmark; acced
ed, lb the principles of the armed neutrali ty
am 1 entered 'into a conVentioh "with Kufiia,
f6t maintaining them, afluming for her rule
-.;in.determimngaiimcleIho.uld be :
det ?med contraband, her treaty of commerce
xwfl rJi Greats Bntaiit concJuded th'ei hb 'of-.s3
J1 P70..; in inet,nira article ortnis trea
: tyy the ' defcriptibn'bf- contraband goods is - " -;
iii general terms': AnV prbvifions of war ' , -
. as loldiers, arms, machines," caiuibn, iQiipsi
or other things of- necefliry ufe in war.5
Bii'i; by a convention concluded at London,
on the 4th of Tuly, 1730, between 'Great-
Briti tin and Denmark, " to explaiir the
" : treilt y 6f commerce of 1670, betwefcn the
two powers," the articles deemed cbrttra-
band are particularly. 'enumerated, and a .
moi g them we fee timber for ihip-buildi
irtgi: tar, Tofin, copper in (heets faiU iemp,
arid cordage, and generally whatever fcrvea
'.dire flly for the equipment of a veflel, un
wrdfught iron and fir planks excepted." It
. is xk markable that thefe are the very article
adiii itted as contraband in the 18th article of
our treaty bf commerce with Great-Britain,
1 ancl. for which admiffion Jlr. Adet declares, '
" iill the commercial relations between.1'
Frojnce and the United States are entirely
B:ut it is further to be noticed that this
cod vention between Ruflia and Denmark,
coii eluded in the mid ft of the American,
war,' for maintaininc: the principles of tho r
ardted heutrality, and to which piber Euro
pel n powers acceded, is explicitly declared,'
in t he ninth articl e to have beep concluded
ami agreed dn for thtime. that war ftiould
laSfc though it was to ferve ala bafu to fu
tole engagements, which circumftance.
ml ht render ueceflary on account of new
. naval wars in Europe. And with the latter
tm:w, me Ktngdweaen maniieited the ut
no(l folicitude left thfe war Ihould be tlofed
vfithout the intervention of the" neutral
powers. He therefore was urgent that the ,
eUiprefl, with alhhe parties to the.marhimc .
convention fixould propofe td the belli
erent powers the efUblifljing of a congreft,-
sn wnicn in uiiicrent concerns Doth ot the
powers at war, and of. the-neutral ftates, - -ftiould
be examined and terminated." And
thefe concerns he afterwards mcntionljo be
the pacification, ind the fettling a marn
time code of lawt obicds truly important,
"and meriting all the folicitude manitcfted on
the occaGons by the king. .
But thefe ftepi of the king of Sweden ferve
s additional proofs that the principles of
the armed neutrality Were not confidered by
the tartics to the maritime convention, as
Tanciioned by the exiflinglaw of nations.
For permanently to eftablifli thofe aflumed,
.principle!, by introducing thtm into a ma
ritime code, was obvioufly the influential
motive With the king fordefiring a eongrefi,
'at which fuch a code might be fettled with
the auent of all the nations of Europe. But
this project did not fucceed 1 nocongrefs was
formed j the belligerent powers made peace
Hift. armed neutrality, page 77.
j- Marten's Treatife, vol. l, page IOJ.
Hift. armed neutrality, pgcs 147 i;o
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