ly well vq the J etjty . counties, of- Cape'
May. Cumberland, Salem, and part of
Gloucefter, and in the Maryland Hart
ford county. The inducements to raife
his clean, excellent and ufeful raw. ma
terial in every part of our country,', arc
rrtaniftft and great. By raifing it on de-,
laware and. Chjefapcak Bays" manufafl-
ttfes will cone take place,' foonell become-
extenfive ; and it isby manufaflure
that cotton -mud be fupported in price."
The feafon to cultivate cotton is near at.
hand,, It (houkt.be commenced as loon
as the danger of froft is paft Every in
duflry fh'ould be ufeci to procure cotton
leed in all places.' The grocers and tal
low chandlers in the townrre likely to
pofiefs the cotton feed, or to know
where it can be procured. Many of the
merchants may have the feed, or know
where it can be purchafed. The winter
has been very mild, and the feafon is un
commonly favorable for numerous and
extctifive experiments. It is hoped that
no" well difpofed citixen will fuffer a ft,
glefpnnful of the cotton feed tube loft or
lie implanted. The places in every
towr.friip and hundred, bell adapted to it
arc thole where the cffe&s of froft are
tiftally the moft moderate. This point
merits particular attention in South Ter..
fey, Delaware" and Maryland. It is
underftood that" frpfts are lefs fevere to
the Atlantic, and to our fait bays and
rivers. The fupply of couon for
Grat Britain alone which was in
five millions of pounds weight, yas in
1787 twenty two millions andone half,
and is ftippofrd now. to be forty million's
of pounds weight- Thcircbtton mills
are iiicrcafing, and France, Germany,
andjloliahd arc zealoofly adopting the
may and do, and" will e'nereafe our COt-tGP-
r.T3MllfaI.j.c . Tli.... if
of a want pi confumption-and-vent. -
-a i . 1 l u r ... t t .. ..i 1 - a .............
me cu-incia liiaiuJ?, . ani tne Sugar
Colcnies in South America will be ledio
puvftie the cultivation of Toga r, coffee,
cocoa, pimento and ginger, and to leave
the cotton principally to the American
States.. 'We - ili aH forrn turn u life
winter cloathing of cotton in dead of thofe
tmpcrieaox oui, wuicn Indeed will be the
cafe among the working people of Eu
"roor. if cotton llionll mariallv Wlini
1 ' . v
. for it can bt worked by' machines and
mills. This would make a new and
Valt demand for cotton.
It'is oik pJicv to wear all kinds of
cotton goods, in preference to.rhefe im
pftedof worj, filk, flx, hemp and lea
ther. .The manuf'acluresofall our ftates
lurvi a great increil in the cultivation b(
cutton, tor New-England, New-York,
Jcrl'cy and Pennfytva.iia manufactures
may as well employ themfthes in our
American couon.wool, as Engiilh
French, Dutch or Germans, after it has
- been carried to Europe. ThVraifers of
rice, tobcoi, indigo, tattle grain and
grau, have a great iniercll in the tm
tPl ? 1 fP .
ton, Uecauitf ri-e. tobacco, in.lipo.
cattle grain and grafs will be tailed in
let proportions, and will confequtntly
bear higher,. prices Let then air our
planters & farnvrs inthecourtry fouth ot
e Pcnnfy vanla line ru, ,n, as fooo as)
c7n , , ' ar,netli.".n ,hcy
can, rtKuic that a great variety and num.
ier r f moderate expetiments'may fl.ew
ds what our country ii able todo in this
moll important and iltv tftimited
t American agriculture.
IT The Editors of our American'
i.ewl'paperi are rcqucllcd to give hisja-i
per a puWkatioii. inerder that-the-imJ
tl.uhb. ,i,.t.;.t.....i ..a:
ton-at large, khc quantity export.
d 111 l8l. aneari- iA Mu k...
nearly eightren millions of pounds f
lit !n fj Ir U 10 ,,0r,e aftl
J eti fati of vclUs of loo torn, burden .
Vt. lrA?wcUia not fhiP(
liu.tity above mentioned, two-thiidi or
inuc.foiirihi were produced by our own
o.sidijunry, ; '
The f11win3 It an extraS of a letter
The rultiva ion ft etiltnn UU I..
uii l.ac ekouragi l in N., Carolina
tit? UtU rops ; andihe favring machines
for cleaning it, have been ctcded in a.
mhi'I wrry cu-iniy bar.lainron Ssuth-
Carolina. Three mills iniMacklenburg,
two or three in Rutherford, one in
Burke. . . . . ' .,;
" I have tried a few acres in Burke,
byway of experiment, on (ome poor thin
upland, which l-ro't about fix hundred
weight of feed cotton to the acre- , Qo
fiich lancf U.V ripens quicker, - and , is. a
much larer crop, than upon our belt and
richeft low grounds in my neighborhood;
for onthe beft land here, it grows .160
big, and part of the leaves and bowles
rot on the (talk, and part are deftrdyed
by the froft. But I tmderftand that the
bufinefs is quite different one hundred
miles further fouth, where they plant
their Ticheft river ImvrdundHrr cotfbnr
In donuftic for houfehold) mariu
faclures,. much more is now made ufoof
in this Hate than formerly, and a Onfi
derable quantit y exported ; and a gen
tlemen of Fayettevtle informetTme that
he had exported a quautity t'Jorth-Ca-rolina
cotton, winch was7 cleaned at a
mill near him, and. that the cotton was
approved by his corefpondfint at GLf
gow, who mformeld him that the manu
facturers wanted more of the fame qual-
' Tt wis rnmiSnltcd. that about half at
--'('" J i ,
million ni.ir.,li ... .. . 11 lit t( CA Tflt t It l W -.1 S
delivered nt FavRitcville in the fall ot
ciii in,igi.wi iv..-....
hoeftimate. I fuppofe that an equal J
iooo. for tne alt rati i nave neara or
ouantitv or more mult nave been railed
every year upon the Waters of Pee Dee
river, the Catawba a-id Broad River,
that would naturally be taken to market
. A. J . Dallas has tefigntd his officeii of
k'.cordst "of the city of Philadelphia."
Port of Wi Imingtoiv
March nth, Schr, Perigrine, Paddock,
: V ... NeM"York.
, ' - Ceres, -Welt, Charlcfton,
r 15th, Schr. Lucy, Briggs, New-
' t Charlelfon.
T6th, Ship Franklin, WadTwobh,
-1 , ..a..... . (Bt'don.
-v$l0op EI i zab cth, Da vis, Ke w
Schr. Sally, Pcafe, Port Liberty,
13th, Schr. Sally, Anthony, Port
Sloop Betfey, Remington, do.
Schr. Mermaid, Watiuvright,
Sloop' Lively, Ingraham.
, 15th, Btig Fair American, Oliver.
Savannah, la Mar.
Died at Halifax, rn the 'tb injl. the
-'rurtlfth U. Statcsh, tie NortUaroli,
Married tn Thurfday evening UH, Caff,
Thomas Hunter to' Mi ft faty Muter,
, L0 furfdny roenin, laflt Mr.
Mean JUvy to SUJs Fanny Eaftwood.
, A, K .lAj jlrUi
Uli Nb-X UUK..
jr Jonathan Lee,
fflNr Will fail withh8
tt30' rf-y from this date.
'c, having eooit accDmmcKfationf. an
.... T ""4M
Wilmington, Match i8.
1 tjnki to hi. cunomcr. and ,hC
public in general for the encourarcment
e I,a, ojefwuh In'.he line of 1,
fcfiion, durin, hi. refidence in ,h
and inform, hem , hat he intend, o
move t Su Domingo, the latter end ol
May next. He requefh all pet fom
having demand. aWnil him , brino
rotwiru ineir accounts and receive par
FLOUR ot good quality,
J OK SALE AT
- FONTAINE & TARBE'S.
ThesPriiniiVg-Dfiice ; .
removed to the new UnclCbuiWine;r
. .,. ,; Q
in Market-Street, hnhndte Dr. N,
Hill's where the nrinter invites thofe
gciitlemen who refideout of town to call,
and pay up their dues.' Hard timei r and
fad fiy urge him to give this public and
pfeffing invitation wnicif t bvfet will
be ponftually attended'to.
Wilmington, March 18.
rp WENTY TWO hundred acres of
1 Lancl fituated on the Waters of
DTownme creek, coo acres are in South,
Carolina, the remainder in thP rnunfi,,
irtlle. well timbered, convenient to
marker, in a healthy fituation, and the
winter rasge exceeded by none; there are
nearly 200 acres cleared, moll of it frefli
and under fence. Immediate pofleffioii
Can be given. For terms, &c. p cafe ap
' , T. NGAUTIER.
March 18. ; X
74 Seroons of Sugar,
niialitu imnnrlixl in ilia r..knnn. XTik
IT J inrj ui ivu ill HIV y 1IUU1RI 11 "
I U 1, n . C,i'..ll 11 '."... L .
yj-9 vpi . ouiuii, ii.uiii lviarecaoo
. ALSO. ;r T't "y." .""'J orva-
A few bags Coffee and Cocoa. Ap. f JwlJf,
y to I y7he Jabfcnber basjutl received a fupply 0f
HUWARD & TILLINGH AJiT.
March 17. i
rr,, ni, ;
r rHE Houfe. I.nt. aiul inmirrpnnnrM
- occupied it prefent bj Mr. Thomas
UX.I.. . .nA-t 11 1 .
xvatiy , iui Hici ly wcu unu A n as a tavern
and bciarding houfe. Podeilion will be
g'.y.cn onjhc nb May. Apply to
,A JDe ROSSETV
Lands in Duplin county,
Oh twelve months credit.
: xzo acres near tne month ot a
branch 'running into Rock-fifh
loo acres on Rock-fifli cieck.
200 acrcson Maxwell's fwamp.
he long branch, a branch
100 acres on tne
of Rock-fifh creek
The above lands will be fo!J without
rcferve.on the credit aforcf.wl .Jl
1 11 l.i . "
uc ,l b. uktn m p,ymet it .l.cjs
At the fame time and place,
IOO acrcson ihe north Tn of Qui mo
creek, to be fold for cafh."" -
A LL perfons are hereby' torwarned
x x ad torbid frtim hunting or travel.
Mr. Jon.h CI.ik.noi refidt,, ,,
Any perfon r pc.fons found trefpaf-
fine thereon with ,l0 if...
New-Hanovcr . County ,
tith March, 1832 3W.
Public notice IS therfnre S
t of f.,d Bankruptcy, will mcef atilie
I Mnillf IT l-...f . T"i .
TmiiEiV u' i.??"'
Saturda, ,he 2,,h If M ZT
hen o'clock of each day . for the Durn0f.
of receiving i2! IV.i.
If . r'pn
- j,. -,v.7 , ui wiioounir
an aflitrnce. or atTipnwi. .ir ...
re requciteutd t.ke notice, and attend
tnoie meeting., if they think proper. .
A. JOCELIN, r
JAMES W. WALKER,
. THUS. CALLENOER,
Wilmiflgtoti, Feb.' il-6w.
If the cefe if John Baftbv nl ' "j.l it ' ""'77 Tirtjmud
V Y ruptcy hath been ifTued againft . a I De RrnQV-r
John Barclay of thi, ,ow, merchant, . J M VRC E R A Hi' r
under whuh he half, hr, ,J,..a 'J urn ? . J MfcKLLK GA1HE.
. ..... VkViail,w m "mm-Ton, ftiarch 4.
X : . NOTICE. ;:
I uit . Looartner.thiD of Nutt and
M. Levy being diiiolved by mutual
confent on the 1 ft day of the prefent.
month. All. perfon?. having unfettlcd
accounts will apply to William Nittt,
who is authonfed to fettle the fame.
. Wilmington, March 4th l8o2.
otTce. . . -
r I 1IIE Vendue and Commiflion bufi-
nc,s.11 bc -..conHiiucd and carried
'?"' Jt Vlc uore lately - occupied by
Jnbers under the. firm orjocelin,
THOS. N. GAUTIER.
, MEAnS LEVY.
Wilmington,. March 4th, 1802.
I 1 nave ror uie excellent botfTed
i w inc, in cams or 2 or 3 doz.
alfo Rom a II & Pullicat Hankerchiefs
Cotton CambricksVShawls of various
amd moft, fafhionable kinds, Plaids
i bw & FlaxChnaburghs, Stript Cot!
ton Shirts Sheetings, Platillas, check-
ea Ltnens, &c. Alio a quant tv of va.
ww) a variety of other
i ' ras
! FOR SALE,
TtYSON Teajof the firfl quality,
X 'i Loaf anrl mwr t
Sherry wtne, ,
iim J .
Soan.- candles. - - - .
Bar iron of .'differ?. R.tJws, -
Pewter ink (lands, &c. ,
Janiury 28. ' D. SMITH
One Hundred & FiftyDollars
"nnm . n .
ii4ii j mucn inrive ed tmm t
ui iiirancya Uarpcnrer by
, TOM, or Tom Boots the property
of John M. Gabie, 22 or 23 years It
1- IT? I A countenance,
"" iri-; muin, oroad noitr l anri
,t, idineJ , ,J, " ulk, ' 'h"r
CHARLES, a Cooper by trade alfa
.1 c , . , lvr "aae, alio
VJV. VJVL.c' !bouL.a6
"anirncr, ,n his fpeech, and is a Utile
Thinfllnl!,,. ,;tt ' ".j . . ..
rxiV paui on aeii-
KL D, lc. on bo"d " r
If ken wi ou the 7. I f P . "7
tir .. iV ,, ' Ir,c ,a,c 'cward of
.J.K. ,n" WC et thefa
I Captaini of vefTefs and then' are
crCOy - wawea not to haibour nor
carry off faid Negro men at their peril,
! I ft lltl - t
1 MACflUS. uT.iT. fu7L.L".
. -"'. Ill tllli Iia
. me keen lately fern
r.??! 01 a campin
JT.r 01 Ranches of
iou ted iJZ V v wLhcn y were
" 0 them ..ken, the 1 eft rot
--...vM, iuQ mem iiktn n
''""inne aounu and the Nnnfi F.n
fJ. t.i . ?a ."ic fonnaft
. irtf ,c'yiu,u,1n3 a eit Tho
mi. tfq andcir hi. Pla.t.ifl
hai been lately fcen. ,
wnoevcr icnrehendi ih fU f.u
and bripp,. him to me at the JIermuMe
01 dchveii him to the roaler at Wilminr
on, ,fo that I get hioj, Iball have the a
owe reward paid by
Match II. jw.