I . a '. i '. " ,'.Jr.
OV.thc fifft day of Jiiauilrif, 1803, the
..: Willi tKdroti GaTT,; enter
, ,upon thcihvyear.oiicli(htnent
jjdurifij'which timrotoy ferine o1"-7-4
cJea hc Editor haea"rf fuliain
.... bm keen his exertions to acquire but a
., : a ici nry competence.- '-"' : . : ; : -; Z
This, however, is bat ioowellkwn
to every reader who is acquainted with
the4oca!hjr;ojf hi;'PAfiuon ; toother it,
born and railed hi this rate, aw, aoe
, , r.ot poOVs principles repugriaa t- 1 o his
" country's I ndcDendeiice-he' is oppofed
t ion who aim at the aciuuv.iioiv
Indcpcmience. vand the, overthrow ot the
ltates Sovereignty to' alt foreign I nfiur
,V: nhce, Alliance dr Invafion he is a friend
";j to,',, Elavil Ve f Rejiublican Gove t n ments,
and to the Confliiution of the Unionj
; which it (hall be his unctalii)g object to
fuppor.t-to- Vhepefenl Admititttration
aiul;is unfutceprib!e 61 falfe lenf rcf-
, ,lioo, which inliitioiis Uemagogucs too
"t)ff,cn ;,make ' oii oun and ciedulous
. , ...Hence jthc oppofition; the reproach, t He
flaiuler. tin;. private enmuy of Anti'Ke:
:.acAMi:we friendi of Monarchy, 'and
hcrats, IJut the OP POSIT ou the
hntnilemah teviling of o?c rtjttngt
i ., thofe ScaRBKCHOvvts ofbeirVci
iioti. ex foi ' nolhtngl an inlik'nificani
nothing! The Editor cannot, hewili
x6i7ieawtrd from the Path of Re.cVitudc
which it has been his ambition to pnrfue.
His Garctte,;aj the -organ of Truth,
flulexluii to public view the political
vicel bf public charadlers, the vanity of
latfe Patriots,1 mar the devices of hypo--riicjloiTice-hiMieri,
?nd diffufepure aepuaLiCAN Principles
coufo.iane to and conlilUnt with the na
ture and genius 'of Americans and their
Under-the: lutlaeftce and condua of
foch principles he hopes far the extended
twvu pi, uv v a w , f
patronagsof the Public, which will en-
able him to (mpfbve the plan of his Pa.
peruana enlarge tne rpiierc ot us uieruu
i;ef, .v., s- ...:..-. : "
'With that VirvV, f.ibfcrrption Papers
are pUce in the hands of a number of
Gantlemen indifferent parti, wbofe kind
fervicei, the Editor folicitsa in' procur.
A letter from Cape-Fraficois, dated Oct. frotrf the king:, in answer Jo their memorial j0jlQ.s aml Su Tammany's Lodges, in pro-
lOUi, received by yesterday's mail, says, or remorrstrarice but they cannot be de- cession, a number of transcicnt gentlemen,
M We have been embargoed here 3 weeks ; pended upon. r . V ' and a numerous ksscmblagc of the inhabit
the. town has been in great confusion since j "There are but Few American? here now
our arrival ; the blacks have taken Tort 1ut as flour and lumber are now admitted. 0n Tuesday night, Capt. Samuel Dun.
Dauphin and Port DepaVx; the white mha- in Spanish vessels from the United States, WKLL of the b-
.titants hVe fled to the Cape." land horses in American vessels ; 1 do sup. . Qn the , 4lh ult m BU(lcn county Mf
I r online Iii'M-lor azeue cj me mn-vj
Thk'newk' which we nublished yesterday,
relative to the evacuation of St. Domingo,
tkft Fitm-k triiftM. Ii in tome measure
confirmed by. an arrrival at the eastward,!
and one at the southward., The Boston Ga-.
rettc ot Monaay says, - inicunjence ota
rerv distTLifcinP' nature, wai received in
town last evening; faun. Cape-Ffancois it
stated that the blacki nad Kainca txMiessMin
a... ... . . '
r i tut n ,mkAi,i iui,rn hhr.oH ,11
ot all the military posts in the country, ana voiup.ii.rcu u tiuuj j
.t.i...i. .nv',M n.i ,v. inuiH .that ikn wani.i ihonev. and I do suppose has
inhLiiani uf'i.fB in th- irr.itpt ennMemati. comotercial plans in view, as he Jeeves
the vt;U in the harbour." 7 ' ..Orleans, ubcre he goes in a few weeks on
Captain ;Mirincr, who arrirrd at;Kcw. some business for his government and
York on the 23ihof Nov. from Jamaica, in- more than probable, is charged with some
f irms, that just before he sailed, a French
fi izatc arrived there from the Cape, dis-
patched by Gen. Leclcre, for the purree
of boIicUin; or the Governor of Jamaica an
asylum for his Udy and suite, during the
troubles in Su Domingo intimating that
the blacks hid become so formidable, that
it was unsafe for the whites to remain anv
longer on the island. It was aho stated,
tht In a late general engagement between
the French troops and the blarks, the latter
vere victorious. ...."
Extract of a Utter, d.rteJ Putt Reful!icon, lit
' , ; .NWmi.T,
" Death and destruction threaten us even
within Ihose fortified wallss in short every
town, vl!laftc, -fcc fiom-tlK? Cape to this
ilncc, hat Ucome thu prey of the hrirarvLt
and the Hnmcswe ndniain, vet, a few
pout at MiMMiAtt, GaattD
Cut. oe 3 AC tut from alt appearanc
!lt WMin be wis til fmnt n nt
will have itctlinr left in this devoted Ma
hut the Can, Pout ntPtaitcAM and the
Molt, M the South, hitherto so ouict. ex.
. Libit s aire Ai!y thedrta-lful sfmptwnilofth
V Brliu! res paper. of tl JOih Ocfcler,
i" Wa u.idukUr.'J tt.i io great a tnor
1 - r--.
talitr prevail among the French troops at
Martinioue. that thef have abandoned Fort 1
Royal, or Fort de France, where neartSDO
men and 40 officers had died' and thai the
contagion had followed them to Fort Desaix
(late Fort Bourbon) -they ar e about to shut
that garrison up alio, and remove. toGrand
Mornc. The town of Su Picrre4$ hriwe-
1 - : '... . I
ter. said fa b$ healthyi
",a It "teems that they are determined at
Martinique to prohibit afl cbrhnlerciaHnter-
course with the British colonies; fof wq unf
derstand that all vessels afriVing there from
anv of our islands, are closely watched ;artd
Itv9.se leaving it strictly examined, and every
o.!-t !rt that r-nrrtcjt nnH(r it mrf,nnt .ul a
description.; The. Ian,:rVonihenceo that
Island, has been detanvd, c a guard put on
brardV for having flour iin. The .American
are prohibited importing every, species t&
pnjddce-btttTtce and fishjihelatterpf whlclrt
J UUkT VI WW Mvavt J' v.
xfr ofl letter from a gentkkin ofresbtt .New-York, u.Opeatf account! aalaie as the
. iabiUty tod merchant of Phihdelphia, dated 5lh .pff Otlobcr are' received, it appeari
Thomas, 20th October, - t , V plexron of aff.n .id wu"'
I arrived here on the 27th from Tortb-' M uken lcr v .ur,
la, at Which place I made it my business" to Thfy vefotpoffeir.on ,f Berne, forced
obtain the current pfibes.of American pro- H'vcic governuieDt to capl..e,,;The
duce, Sep. they; have made that place a
free port for every nation except the Ame
ricans', who pay the same as before ; we
can go in arid out tinder Danish or any othef
colours, except American, and need not go
t6 the custom-house, where the Americans
are compelled td pay ten jocsfsr entry and
clearance." '. 1 .,.'' " y -' .'"
Extract of a letter from the Hsoannay dated
;, " Since my 1
e.4 to clear out
Africa, in consequence
vilege granted to the Marquis Colonillo, jpf
Spain,, to import 6000 negroes into this isl
and, in foreign vessels. This privilege will
commence to operate from and after the last
day of December next and will disarrange
me plans ot a great numoer o. American,
that trade. The number of negroes re
quired for this-island, is beyond any calcu
lation yet made, as the number already lra-
ported since peace, exceeds, as.l am in
"Pwarf 9 ofktwelv.e thousand.
i 'he Consu ate have drawn up a tronj
,rUmA thi ri
and spirited remonstf ancc, against this pris
vilege, and sent it forward to the king anq
are supported by planters, and all' parties.
Since the promulgation of the licence or or
der.' ncErroe have risen in price from 20 to I
0 dollars per head ; ; fiml look tip towards
tne ciose ot tne year : noiwunsianaiug tne
neaus ot aepartmxnis, s;iy, mac mey snau,
after the last day of December, continue to
admit vessels with negroes until tney near
jjc m iimt n v"
in course oi tne winter , wio 5wKiuiutnw
docs not as was supposed, and as the Spa-
nUli merchants Wuhed, hunt the atrangers
down, and turn them out of the country.
"The Marquis U yet here, and as the
winter is coming, on fast, will, 1 believe,
psagc i wie uip
will sail in a few dy for Philadelphia.
" On .Friday lasvartive at Ihrs prt, a
rrcnui wiuuumij, ut.M.v.
.1 I LI. 4 . 1 M n A i.pI..u V-i Jk
fimilv here, until his return from Is cw-
arrangements to be made In that Province,
previous to its beinr; given up to bis nation
being now reduced to a ceruinty, that
the crdcr from his Catholic Majesty to that
cflcct, has been received here by the Cap.
tain-General of that Province, and of the
Hondas, ll is to be given up to the Trench
in the same state as it was received frcm
them by the Spaniards. ,t
" I have lately wrote to the Secretary of
Slate, informing him of the permission
granted lor flour and lumber, and also of
the arrival of the Commissary here, and
when I leani the object of bis mission, shall
Inform bim immediately, as I really bchevt
that one half of. our counurdo not bofievel
that New-Orleans will be cvft ?' life
llis alto said, thlt tq Commissioners
will arrive soon, to take charge of llo court-
tryY with 10,030 troops ,
" Several vessels have lately bcitft cupfef.
rid ed on the coast and brought bto this port
far imugglmg, or on suspicion, having been I
found in the harbours to windward, toid. at!
the Spaniards say, with orders to land their
leargocs off the little harbours.
I I'rrihia ara now dofie to Snatn at lese
than fjtw' dollars and to the United State
at tna dollar jr Ui, and tcitcls will not
ast, the Govcrnct has refuv :LP:,xLiti.., .-.ii. tJ .ti
any vessels for the coast pf ta .,. ylfRr tnmntPtrmn , ,Lr,;r' ,he
of an exclusive prii-V f , fr.., a.j .1 .d'.
Drmg any price, aitnougn mere are a. grew
many here For sale, and the beat ships that
ever entered the port, or viere ever built in
the UniterStates.V v '-;. . ', .
- From another letter, liaied Nov. 8. . 7
ir- The packet arrived from Spain on Sa
turday night, and brings a cOnhrfnation 01
what I wrote you respecting New-Orleans :
it also brings the answer 6f his majesty to
the memorial ot the Consulado, respecting
the admission oHumber trom theU.btates
,m.Amenca veseis,. ana to carry away in
rewrti therefbr.Um ahd molasses: ; His
Majesty lias- refused to grant their request
Ameri yessels, Kit ha granted i
'to Spanish; therefore, Spanish vessels' f
ntfvir gos from hence to the USAtes,
rum, uiwwaca, . u i m. ,mui Auaomgi.;. Lacci, veiling, conar veivei,
brown sugar, and, bring from .thence lum-Und vclvei Bindiog ; coloured aid plain, cam.
ucr vi aiuiacs. iiuwcei ww uw wu v
By ihe arrival of ihc Livfpbbl packet at
infiirecnU behave with the Kreaic.il 'good
conduct. From the general fentimcnts tbiougH
ul Switzerland in favour of ihe infurfctlioo,
it-ii obvious ihat there i no force at prcfeac
there h t to op'pole tliem. . -;
Frivate lei(er' frcm" Parii mention; that it
tenne, aa important jacobin confpiracy hai
been, difcotered -fct Mourner, lhe liTetjfap-1
pontted pwfcfi of ihat places" 'llie grrilr.
of He ones, about 0CC0 rcen, with their cocn
rnicdet Ge d,.S , are charred with hlviuf
pie ; and the girrifoa difperfed; and pari tf
11 lent lo the colonics. -.
' The plan of indcmnitiei cootiauei on the
Continent, lu le ibe principal ttjeel tl anen-
inn Th r t aa ri rrr t l.rmi nu ... nr lw r n
deieimimd optolit.oa .lo .iWbropofed
khfincol Run and France; Jhe French eo
vcmme.nl ua puuuuiea a violent phillippic a-
giu.h the cmpetur, lor hi atteispti lo erafe
tSivairu froui the till 'of II res. The fir It coo.
iul takci great credit toli.mfe.f lor LU gene
rouiy. in toTpaiiirri! the cottilutl ol mvana
low'atdt Frnce, and for bit jjllicc in fctilins
the- indeinuitiei udoii in eanible LtG-i The
manifctlo bica'ht the Uncnate of one sho
a a .
knotti that he cannot be diLbcyed
ltcn 3 and 4 0.ciock of an inflammaUon
ia lhc lhroatf JoHN jjukke i:squire, De
puty Collector of this Port. At 4 o'clock
m lhc aftcrnoonHhis remains were attended
church-vard bv the members of St.
rKTTloatw XUooRI, A. 55.
Port ot VVilmlngtort.
Ztthber l, Shif Ntncr. M'R, Jmiic-crj
.km-.o Henry Urtj'ihtrt.,
" 1 Bnf Nancy, I aiaili,' Ala. Ciytt carp
C.ff crdcr. '
! a Sloop Two Bi6:hri, Roberu, Bervada.
." i, lcfc. liny, C ar.. . , v ew-York.
.,. . t.-Urlt,, snow, - BoIIm,
J. r-Uon, UJCcy, " rtw.Loiwigi.
i :tt Bn'i fhoU. 1IL' Kcw.Ywik.
Skip ifpiia, Kicolie, lt.finaiL
tit jo, kioitik, augtr CB.t, coaUu4 lo order.
1 tear ThrcfSiifin, C:k, UoUoa.
i J Ihit Polly, Itom, Jic etrfo Ram,
(.onrtaaa tii lo Hitd & lillib.l.
Sloop Morit am "' f.
ll Bni Catrloue, loitn,
Ml. . K
mf, U,trl i
J; ff f-j. f W
ai.u,.u. Hikawr. bidf .
Pf-criM. Hill. fwiilbuMilt,
6, Jolcpk, ol, Mul.,AtUa4.
B.ijUuk. Caik, ' Cik.
10. aihi, ,Moaitimt, CdliatrUk, !
11, Utjoei, Voej, NcwUry Pti.
I J, Ceort, PKk.h., Btib4-M.
if- M;, Mci;Sti, D.
United States ot America,
A'T,!y . I -
ttrmt jo2.J .
T 1 PUN the ceiiuoaof Joo i BVattAt,
v m -m - . f
Vbltfie Town olVltafto, Uanatapi
ptayiag that kniHt receive a ccitificm of
iifcbsr Ordered, thai ull iba ciJnr
af fiid John Banliy or foe of them. 0
to the Jvt'ft of faid Cirt, on ik t b day of
Jaauny ax , luttcitoi ciuli ia ib! con-nry
(hat a certificate of dtfcHiffi. will ibea b
giid lafa-4 bankrupt, parfaiaf to itt
jf Congtefi, ia ihiicift mad aoJ fiovided.
CARLUON WALrUR, C!k,
Dcctmbti 16. 1
' '! '1
-; ' '
1 L.itioi nai iiciieu muu ivuuuwu iu iuc iiui
v AARON LAZARUS
HBS '. J"? jt M F Q It T I V , Sndlt KW QIlH
' t0 bandfotne1 .,' . ., .. .
Aflonmcnt of Goods V "
J T .consistimo of ; !"' ;
OUPERF1NE Dutch tod Enelilh Broad
O Goths and Keifimerei ; koap'd Coaiingtj
common and ; claQic Clothi y Velveteeni,
BUtkeuand rUnneis ; Tkeydown, and fiik
'-feivet .Velicbaunff ; a great vaneiy of Chint
and CaUicocs'.oY te jpb(( .faCbionable pnerni j
fuperb Chini 7 aocl corowoa Futniwrc Eur.
lift and India tuufliingrifinptd, ,ad plaia
Sat iim t eletritu Wll Shawls t cation, inrkev-
dowf ;ihd '. catneli hair do, ebubn and (ilk
pncwj?JUiii jacoaeiuuioeijx owK
a compleat affortmeiit of tolion, filk!& woolea
Hosiery J Stuffs , pullicatHandkeichiefi ;
fine a rtd coarfe IriOt Xineni of a (uperior mar
nufaQure ; whit and brown Platillas j &ua
and coaifc Bedtickinga ; Hamhtfmi; Dowlas, .
D iaper j Ind many other articlei too tedioui (
enumerate, which will be fold low for Cath c"r
x Wilmington, ,.Pec.J i6.
N;. , .... - Sjr-' T " ' '".'
Inpmed in the Jhlp Pelly, Jacd Vi D
Stout, majlert fr'tm Jwka. . -
50 Purtchcqns 44th proof Riitzl,
which will be fold jow for cafli, or pro-'
thice. Alfo, a few Tiercel of Coffee of
the firft quality, . Apply at the (lore of
BO WARD & T1LLINGHAST.
ccejbcr6. : ' ' ; ,NV .."
WINES, Raifins, (Box A Ci(k) ; Al
mondi. foft and hard Ihelled ; Prunes
and Currann, juu .received and . for' fali
by D. iMITH.-
December I O.jw. , ; , t. , , - , v
I Marftial's Sales.
On tht firjl day of January, i8ot, mill
le fold under the Court. Hi ufet ItttuetA
the fours of eleven and twelve, '
FOUR HogOiradl of We tt-India Rumi.
one Calk of Sherry Wine, and ont
Chett of Tea, condemned in the Federal
Court at December term, i8ot.
L. A; DOKSEY, DM
Wilmington, N. C. 1 V '
i6 h Dec. i8oa.
FOR S 4LE by
WlLMINaTOM, Uec. 10, l82.
W. I.JRum. ,
A Cotton Mafchinc
of xl Sawi,
Of particular con(lrut3io'n, wilt
Ooc handfoffit Yawl with bill toaapW
Two new Mofei Bjiii.
v A NOTICE.
Mteiirg of ib crediiort of Browne &
J. a. llalfey, it reticDedby the fubferiber,
aiMrt. llwward'n, on ih jo b ioO. at ted
o'clock, i the forendon wlieo a fall Hate;
went of ihai concern will be laid before them.-.
and their ijSptolnioo reiireJ, tefpeniag iba
appropriation o( thi fundi ia the handt of lhc
N A. T. BROWNE.
Wilnninj'on, Dec. 1 6.
THE fubferiber teturni thanki to"
the pubUf in ceneral, Vut parti
cularly to thofe friends who hav flept
forward and afforded fucb liberal en
couragcaicnt fine his commencing th
Vendue ami CommifliJ Bofiatfi H
now foliciti a continuant of their con
fc.lcnce, anJ ai ho ii about to form foapt
new arrangements, icouefti all tbof
woo way nave cna itcouuti wnn nim
to come forwarf 'before the 6tft day ol
finuarr, in order that they may ha ad-
jatrted. , , JACOB LEVY.
Wilmington, Pec. 1 6.
TO BE HIRED,
M'llatt Woman aimed LUCY
capable of beinr liihef cook, houff
ferviut or featoftreTi. Apply u
: ! MARY S.kMPSOtf
DccttnVcr t xw.