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fflTtJsvWTL M I NG TO N G AZETTE.
T H U R S D A Y, MAC H 2, 1797.
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A. Hall has for fale,
Wright's new and complete
fe of Jesus Christ, 40, ornamented
vhb twenty two elegant copper plate en
gravings, and containing a more complete,
authentic, ample, accurate, iulruitive,
univerfal, and full account, (freed from
Popifh fuperttition, and other errors) than
was ever before publifhed, of all the sreatT
facls, relating to tfie exemplary lffej me
ritoribtis fufFcrings, arid triumphant death
of our G Lo.ni bus Redeemer,
A Cafe refped'mg Brwifii Debts, lately ,
determined hi the Circuit Court of the
United States, for Nonh-Carohisa diftrjet.
A Supplement to Iredell's RevHal, with
and -without the Private A&Sj, the whole
ormkvg a complete aflembUjreof all the
j As now in force, from the lettlement of
this country to the year ijoc.
Margin's Jftice. Dp., f reatife
Turitdiclion of Jufti' Report of a Cafe
r 1 j 'J. J : 1? :u . ;
lately ,cciueu in i aycucvjuc oupenor
Court of Iavy; wherein the following quel . '
tionsare diiculled-and fettled, viz. i. VV"he
ther, in the cafe of a lealed inftrument,
nattefted by arfy lubtcrrbing witnefs, the
Hhand writing of the party may be admitted
in evidence? 2- Whether an. action of
debt lies Upon Tuch an inftrument?
A defcription of Occacock Inlet- Chart
ef the Lawof Inheritance Political Dic
tionary,. Proipect from the Congrefs Gal
lery. Addrefs from Robert Goodloe Har
per to his conlUtueius. Art of Manual De
fence. Together with a variety of Blanks
. rVwting-CJmce, f eb. 10.
F 6 R S A L E,
. A tract of Land in Chatham
mtnty, on Haw.river, corrfitting of 450 J
acres, finely timbered and watered, with
a good houfe, and out -houfe, liable, and a
good flat at a valuable ferry, commonly
called Clark's Ferry , on the main road from
Fayettevillo to Hilllborough. It has a na
tural fine mill fear, the race about half
done, the dam and fiVodgate fioiflicd, tint
ber for the faw mill is hewed and at the
ipot, fome of the grift mill timber is got,
and thirty thou (and bricks at the place;
the neighbourhood is a plentiful wheat
eountry, where a good mill is abfolutely
wanting, as the Creek mill in a dry feafoh
cannot griud, neither do they grind firft
quality flour, and no oppofitiononthe river
within fixteen miles It is alfo a good fitu-
ation for a diftUlery. Much mote could be
aid ith regard to its favourable fituatlon
for a mill. A credit will be given.
For particulars apply to Henry Lewis
Latterleh, Chatham county, or to Edward
Jones, E14- Attorney at Law, W liming,
.February o 6 vn
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Twenty Dollars Reward
Will be paid to any
perfon who will apprehend
and bring to me, at the Her.
milage, in New.Hanorer
county, a negro fellow nam.
ed YORK, who ran away
lait Tuefday, without the leafl provocation.
He is a likely able-bodied negro, about five
feet 9 or lo inches high-he I peaks plain,
and 11 extremely plauitble and deceptions
I am told be has been frequently hsrboured
at the big Bridge, and it is fuppofed is now
gone up towaods Long creek or Black river.
The laid fellow is outlawed', end whoever
harbours hire will be profecuird with the
ntmoft rigour. JOHN ftURGWIN.
Hermitage, 4'h February. 6
blank BILLS of EXCHANGE
May be had at this office
20 DOLLARS RgirARD.
Ran awaj from the;
fubferiber, on the iorh inll.
. a s Ov t :
a negro teuqw named, oti.
:PEO, formerly the property I
if George Liavis, inquire.
iiie auove reward will oe gnren to any
perfon who will apprehend and deliver mm
to the Gaoler in WWmington, or to
' Richard (ince.
February 53- tf
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Ten Dollars Reward.
RAN away frem the fubferiber, a negro
fellow named TOBY ; hadon when he i
went away blue jacket and jnt afy cauas
troufers over a pair of blue ones." He U well
known about Wilmington, having had the
command of a .ightei- for fome feara paft.
The above fellow will 'probably attempt o
get off in fome vefly , and pafs aa freeman
by the name of ElKfs s rrtaft(r'6vefleli are
therefore charged not to con vf .-him' away
at their peril. The nbove rcwa with rea
fohable charges will be paid, on his delive
ry to a public goal, or to the tTabTpriber in
Ak B. Toomor.
Tannarv 2. 4 tf
At a meeting of the jConlmifli-
oners of Pilotage and Navigation for the
Port of Wilmington, ORDERED, That all
veflels arriving in this Port mail WftriclW
examined by -the pilot1 who ay bring fucn
over the main bar or New. Inlet, and if arty
lickneli be on board,. Inch vcilcl or vefleb,
if coming in over the main bar, Audi not
proceed larther than Bartery Hland, and if
at the New-inlet in like cafe, not farther
than Five Fathom Hple, where fnch vefiel
or VeBels (hall remain until veporx be made
by -the pnSt, and perm i (lion be given in
wrhing from the Coinmillioneis for their
coming to town?
ORDERED, That all veflels from the
Welt-Indies and Bahama Illands, that may
not be flopped at Battery-Ifland or Five
Fathom Hole, according to the Intent and
meaning of the above order, fhall be brought
t a the Dram-Tree where fuch veflefor
veflels (hall remain until report be made fey
the pilot and permiffion given by the health
officer in writing the captain crew and paf
fengersto remain on board until fo'-h per
miiKon be obtained, under the penalties let
fdrth in the Quarantine Law.
Fubhlhed by order of the Commilhoners,
WILLIAM NUTT, Clerk.
Fifty Dollars Hevwd.
CTOLKN from the foblcnbcvj in Wil- 1
O mincton, North Carolina, 6n Sunday the
firtt inftant, a light c,rcy HoiTe,,wjth a dark
main and tail, his main cut, aboanij and an 1
hajf hands high -likeWife a faddte, bridle,
and a brown caoblet great coat, lined with
green baize, and has claret coloured bafket
buttons. The perfon who carriat away the
faid horfe, &c. pallet hy the name yf DAVIS
ALE, utherwite DAVIS ALtEt.; he is a
boat 26 years of ate, $ feet t: !ies high,
well made, pafles for a fdiool and finging
mader. He has palled by Tarborough for
Edenton. Whoever will take up faid thief
and horfe, fo.as the" fellow nnty be brought
to juflice, and the owner get his property,
fhall receive the above reward, ,or twenty
five Dollars for either.
J, R. Roblnfori.
January 19. 3 tf
N. B. It is requeued that the printers
of Newfpapers within the United States,
will infert the above advertifement, as it
may be the meant af detecting fuch vil
lainy. VOSBURGH & CHlLDb,
(Windfor Chair-Makers, from New. York)
Refpeclfully inform the citi
zens of North-Carolina, that they have
commenced the above bufinefs on the fouth
fldeof Dock ftreer, near the wharf where
may be had Windfor Chairs of every defcrip
tion, highlv varniflied in any colour, and
ornamented to any patem , alfo, elegant
Settees of ten feet in length or under, fuita-.
ble to either halls or piazzas ; garden chairs
fuitable to arbour A few moments reflec
tion will convince a difcerning public, how
far preferable chairs muft be manufactured
in the flate, warranted to be both well made
and painted with the bed materials, to thofa
that are imported . whtch arealways una
voidably rubbed and bruifedf and nine timet
in ten are bought at auction.
Tbey red their claim to public savour on
the practical and esperimental knowledge
of their profeflton , and with the large flock
of materials they now poflefs, will be able
la eaecute any orders with elegance and
difpatch. They are determined to make it
their ftady to pveafe, and do jtiftice to all.
N. B. Old chalrt repaired and painted in
fbxh a manner as to be both neat and dora
A PEW in the Church.
Apply to JOHN BLAKfcLETf .
Ordered, by the Commiflion-
ers of thetown of Wilmington, That all
perfons having any m.iit?, Ipars, logs, or
lumber of any kind, laying in the public
docks, or flreets of the town, remove the
fame from thence in five days from the date
hereof, under Penalty of twenty-five centa
per day, for each log, fpar, or piece, fa
remaining after the expiration of that time
And that hereafter, none to remain there
more than three days, under the fame pe
nalty; to be recovered by warrant from
any one of the Cummifliouers, and to be
applied for the ule of the town.
Materials for building, and laying near
the place of building, are excepted from
this order; for a reafonable time. And
that the Town Conflable be, end be is
hereby empowered to enforce the fame
By order of the Beard,
J. BERNARD, T. Clk.
A meeting of the Wardens of
the Poor will be held at the court-houfe tin
Wilmington, on the fecond day of the enfu
ing county court in March next, for the pur
pofe of qualifying the wardens, fettling the
accounts of the late .wardens, laying a tax
for the year 1797, making regulations re
fpecling the poor, and building a poor
houfe for the 1 1 of the paiifh of St. James.
Taken up by the fubferiber's
people, a Ihip's Boat. The owner of which
may have her by paying the ezpence of thie
advertifement, giving a fmall gratuity to the
Negroes for fecuringher, and applying to
belvedere, February ai.
On board the fchooner Amity, Benjamin
Shaptey, matter, lying at the Market
Wharf, or at mr. L?ngdon's ftore,
Jamaica RUM, Ath proof;
Holland Gin ; old Lifbon Winer Madeira
do. Salt Window Glafs 8 hy lo and 7 by
9; warranted Wood Axes; MuOin, and
Muffin Handkerchiefs; fine Checks; Print
ed Quilting, and white do. together with
fundry other Dry Goods, which will be
fold very cheap for Cam, gcod Pork or
Kbraaryi6. 7 3