... " ' a 1 '
T)e $aJfiieenti Sikfe of, 'tit U Sum,
-..iuc vuuvciuiou or me state ai
fcmbledat ChilicQthe. th"6th ; ulf. , for
the tpu rpfc ,ot ing v eonflituubn
anJ ftate gbvernmcnt - it is (tilt; H fef
fion; .The .followinc is the 'nimKlr
to the cqnllitunon,: $ reporleil by the
ieIecT4 committee -imiii-'hiAijiSi
agreed to. 'v; r Xz-J'i -.::
"Ms ike- people of the Ea Herri j divi
fioa vf the territory cf the Uy States,
North Welt of the River Ohio, (having
the right of ad million into the general
government, as a mtmber of the iWum
confiftetitVilflv the Gqrmitutiont; of the
Unite,! Sfates. thi ordinance of cancrpfs
of one thoufandjfeven hundrtd and
eight y-Tevcn, a
the law of coriirr
entitled, ' An act to ehaHtel the people
of the eaftern diifidn f the Territory'
.rAaay iast, Bir..uiLBEnx4iKER, ! conHiiufion and iUte-govtrnmennd
ivr,nri' aiiu - ; f , . . ' t . . r .
vm,v(..t-;j : '-. - '.-.-t,'. -..!y-'-
Opt. SJer Of the fchooner St. latricfc, atfd Ciet;
J ' JteBoWii of the fctooner MiUbouii, frcm Port Re-
! lUblic, confirm lh meliBcho ly atw wepublied
i ft week, teUti-atoSt. Domingo f and farther ia'.;
; '. form that General Le Clcrcdicd oa the lO'.h ot No-?
- V tember, aod that hie widow had faileu with bis
; orpfc 'Q FMjnce--ontLpf Clerc'a jitd-dc-cmp Ui
keen poi (oned General Dugar, he fecood ia com.
' thand, had been detected Sn i confoiracy to deliver
'r ": op the Cape l the. revoheri, and died a few' day i be.
if, i ' fore i.he dilcovery ot the pi t General ' Rocbambetu
' ' ' Lad fucceeded Le Clere iidimmi
Paflalinei and Chriftophe hid debited the French
rmy.'and pined tha lflfurgenti P;rt H.epublicand
Jaquemcl were clolily beheged by the negroea.; and
thtU Americani were coni?e!ifd to do military
duty, aod, tot fuffefed to Jcave the Ifljnd,- unlef ht
..tiog paflporti,," which but with thrgtesteft d'fficolty
r could be obtained.Whco our tfoi manta failed,
Ameneaa pfoduce waa very lo.,' , . tr! .
"r Capt'. Silver failed under convoy of theih!p lChar-i
, lotte of Bourdeaux, and' baited with her at Cape
,MicholaMoie. ' . uvv :
vji- K.KMP. and
j The Lffiiflnureorthii ftate'adioorned oa iht ittrv
- - M 5 0 Aclt p.ff.d during the feOion, -fh4l
It was asserted
zette of the 25th ult
Jury, and addressed them
r i cj y v v tin ijvil .
thanks, thro' them to his onstitiipnt;. fXi
. . . -j
The honfe of
;i Un,,cd States, agreeably to, la w; com.
i ... ; uivn itmoii int oin imiant
. v but ;here not afipeaTiife' a'' fufficient
KKurn be jf - mem bers t a for m a ' quor u m ,
. fufScient number appeared to proceed to
formed a houfe they adjourned.
We have been favoured with thefo'.low
, " ine official publication of Mr. M
7: 'aleslntenda'nt of New-Orleatis.
uiumng that part and interdicting any
future, comtneroal intercourfe with
' tnc UtYited States. It was received
yelterday by the brig Charlotte. capt.
' Diamond, via-Baltimore, , and cocnes
Infuch unqueiliorjible fiiape, that Its
authenticity, may be. fully - relied on..
No liberty has been taken with jVc
trar.flation, which was made at Ncvy
Orleans, left any niifconUruclion or
tranrpofitior (hould alfcQ the direa
, .import of the original. This long
agitated qweition is at length decided.
; tit now remains to bcde!iiiihal.wfie
, . , ther a new place of dmfnei cqtiivi
lent to New.Orlcans, will be aliened
by his Caih-dic Majcfty, and if not,
what meafiires will be adopted by the
General. Government. The power
cf the court of Spain, to interdiiV fhc
rfireft trade of foreigners with its co
Iooies is incontrovertible, as weil as
lhat ol changing the place of depofrt.
Nrt provilbn, however, appears to be
r made by Mr. Morales .on this head.'
It is not to be expefled, that our well-
em brethren will receive this publi
i cation without ftrong fenfations.
. The ceffion of Congrefs is, happily,
. near at hand, when no doubt this, iin
ortant fubjed will engage its earlicll
aftention. (N. T. Daily Adv.)
- Dccrtt f the Ultndnnt $f WrwQrUantt
iitti Oa.hr t.
ttriMn-. . ,ri i M'c jranu-jury were in the ha jitolinv t.
Wh.lft ,t wasneccilary to loleratethe jtKcntlemenof theb .r, todine WitlrS:
0'nrnerte.of neutrals tlut now,, ab, p. imi was onc ef lKJ paJS
lfhcd-it would have been pmod'oal jVl!udcd to, but he did not mention a word
to the colony, fliould the intcndant ton- )on the subject cf the election nor wns it
farming lo bin Muty, have, hin lere.l the .intrcnluced but once, and then by a nentle
depofit of property h thil city, granttd j man from Duplin, who observed that he Irtcl
to the A'tiericaufimhc 22i atticle of the "ever voted for Mr. Hill, o;i anr clertloti,
treaty of fricnJihip, boundary and avi- '.cn ! asaijjhed a a reason his political opi
gatton made the 27thof OSi. In thcyear ! n'n nothing more was said-We un
".: 79Ji -,Tbei fmce tfie pVchxcd term of dc"slanil th.u Mr. Hill sent an explanation
. 3 ye 1 ao;np!ifh3t!,;with tc pub-' ,t! t!.ic E"ilor ol thc Vilminyton Gazette,
Icatioa of thc;a:inc.Mion of the treaty ,,UM publication wasrtrused.
.ot Araicnf and lko communication t t . . , ,
lietwrcn th Sanlfh fHi,r). ,n.t condeseended to not.ee thc above
union on an eSuil,fb6t thatf 1
.la.order to cftabUft m.ftive, promu.te'; the Mr.' Pasteur observes in his
welfare, and, lcu rc theb'cflings ol : iber ty
io ouneives ano poitenty , do ordain snd
eftablifli the following conflitntion' or
form of government, and mutually agree
with each other to iform ' ourlelves into
a tree - and independent flate, by the
name of the Hate of O h I o .
From the Newberk GxtETTEofthe 10th
' . instant. : -
A paper knoivn!only by its insignificance, scur-
heard major Moore call Wtriself a Republic
n ; put, newas opposett to tbe present ad
ministration, m my .opinion a srenuous
Federalist, and possessed like political te-
? wliQ 1 ir ' MUI 11 was then observed
ttmrtrie people had sickefied at the'nolitirn
conduct of Mr. H. while at Conp-ress,
ana it it could be made annear tht
major Moore's pcliticsli coincided with that
senueman s, tney woiim abandon Ue idea
of voting- for him: andVive their
to Mr. Giliespie, who was unquestionably
As the Printer of a newstaoer Wnirh ir
culates extensively: through the district,. I
tpneeived it a dutv incumhtir nn m tr.
give publicity to any occuif ence that micht
U . a ; .j j . f : . r.
nave a lenuency io intorm tiie neon e etner
allv.' and thn?i whr K-rt um,cf) W
. ' IVUQIVU it pu.1 11
cularly, ol the truth of the observation I had
1 ' f t . 1 i. -
maoe. onortiv alter rav return hrnv.
xne superior Court being in session, an op
portunity suitable to the purpose, pl-eseuted
iisen intne toiipwing manner:-
- A gentleman came into the hooVUtnpp
and informed me that Mr. Hill, accompa
wauea upon me
ition to' dine as
hl4, rA.ff inn r.F
... - - - wl U.
jm. ior me vrano-jury ot this district
has never been ifi the habit of giving public
dinner) and delivered :a political address,'
ana h i wished to know the particulars
thereof, I had better endeavour to obtain
them of some of the Grand-Jurors. Prompt
ed by curiosity, and anxicus to givepulli
city to a circumstanc e bo EXTRAQRDINA
RV, I immediately went out," and in a few
minr.tes met cipt. John Felix Rhodes, one
of the Granci-Jurors frcm Dupliu, (whose
rility and falsehood, printed by one John S. j VerJcity cannot be tarn? died by this delud-
Pasteilr. under thr inflami!. AnJ cd fcMoW-citicn Or "i.rc.btctahle nuthnrit,,
w- . j . - ' "-''' - ' , k, , J rwii.v, j
, a . si1a ..... . - T . . . - .
eoKtrovlof Asis f ocr ats and Old Tqzies. i " vV.rJ Ft'1.,ry gave me the desirt in
- Pasteur, under f he injluenst and immediate
. 1 mi S
. ,. . 1 formation. 'which 1'RKoptlir nftf nmtn
in the Wilmington GaJ t0 wntln and presented it to him with a
n iU.i nr .'ii:it -r, - reaiiest that fip wm,1r1 fatiA ; ..t i
; uni iiiul tv in. xxuirsq. ' 4 i,v4 ii. itcun vij v aim
.!.. : ,i i. : , note nli nici-!! n. v. '
uavc .in congress ior me district . ' k4?.0 ," w erroneous -as
gtoh, waited upon the Grand- if-RT-t?7 oUjcct t0 Pu.hlisb nothing but
iddressed them on the subiect of , . . After reading it three times over,
h il ft. ...
electing jnm to the important station he " uur-113 corter.ts, cbserving at same
now fills, and, was sorry that itVas out of tlmCy tha a-gentlenian' from Duplin (the
his power to serve them any longer ; .bujt !afnis a,h'ded-to by Mr. Pasteur) had told
.aIU..v ma iwjij in . ictuiiiincncung to r i ,""- .oi iiifj ui me vj?
public suffrage, a gentleman of worth and J117! ihal had .vtcd for him at the. lute
abilities,- in the. person of Major A.' D, c'ectVon, but experience had taught him not
Moore, who accompanied him on the occa- to comuii,! 'the like indiscretion hereafter,
sion. ; It is then stated that two-thirds of tne r-stntiments to that.eiTect. Cept. R. tiien
Jury delivered sentiiiients to the following drter;obsercdr tl tut 'Mr. fiartram Kobo.-
uuv luut iir, j-j,,, enjoye( . ' . ; , vv juivit. uini ijiacen.
our confidence and received our Suffrages id ' w.a8Bt, J towj "ai.d h'e would go and see
the last Congressional election; , but his po- as Probably he cotdd..malie a futthef
litical comluct'and evident opjiobition to the co,.umm'cioii on tht- M-tject. Capt. R.
present administration of the National (lo- rt:t"'c(, ard soon retimed with Mr. Ro
vemmmcnt. had indnfrl h.m .,! ;n'tio'u bson, wlo, 'aftr readW tli - !.,-. t
opinion the freemen of the district general-?' Pr1acnc2 several gentlemen, declared it
Ty, to a determination, to contained nothinir but TRUTH, ami fur.
Mr.,Hmon the ensuing election, thatsW cr co,,fi''mcd what cupt. R. kid rtlative
port which they had formerly given- hii.i 5? t!l: conversation or the gentleman from
consequently theyould not, consistently ?h.n' t(?' Hill-
tvith their political duty, beslow.lheir suf-' .'' (-'.certainly wassulTicient authority for
. a . Mill- I! L 1 A .f .a . . .
ragtn tne gentleman ot his rccommen- -U4IN;,in-F?t,c in question; ar.d would
,vivi .ii, ii umrj ui j iiicii, nov
ever, dissented from the general , opinio
datio One of tlx: Grand-Jurymen, how- V Paste'f and Mr. Toylan, who, upon
general opiino;i .w.n7 rhc' caI1 'WW" authority, have de-
. ' 1 . mfl t l-t tf c. ,t - .... .t. ....
v-i, Miaswdicu iroiii mc general opmion V . ' M,"wr' nave c;e-
and declared in favor of the. Major -the Ulft'.lhal. w founiltd in truth, publish
other five were entirely neuter." jfiothtos; in paptrs but what could be
The foregoing is the substance of thc pa- 35 weH "'hstantiuted, tl.ey nup-bt be entitled
imviiutu iu rrucei ruucuie on .ir. i v..w. . vhuhikihv , wmreas
t t iia a a ' 4 - . t
nui, ana to injure the federal cause. That . rrcseni tney are so well known, purlieu
liic minnriTiiin nit nrt Mnn aa M..i.
' w luuiRiaiiiin ii ii ii. i
wc nave tne most respectable authority.
The Grand-Jury were in the habit of invit-
t'cra:icc thai nctclHty cxatled, n thc
forefasd term of 3 yean bcin co.n-
piiaicj, mis tendency can no longer
grant it, without exarch orden iro.n
the king. Thil nut iu prcjuJice ihc
eport4tior, of what is already indcpfit.
1 comman.1 inn ttom uni date that the
'faculty or privilege that Aitericannhvl
of iniroduwinj and depofiilnjj their mcr
chandUj nd e(Tai in this capital be
prohibited. And that the above4ftuy
om t the notice fail, mJ that no
oly may alltdge Ignorance, I co?n.
mand thit this mill be publi'h:.! in
the ac-u:lo'n.l nlicr. n.;.a' r t.
po.lej op, and lhar thj ntcefLt 7r,.
tnnion may V; p. JVJ iaih?oUf, l't
In I ... . t - .1
a,VB aiv ai9ieawiaUll Uli
reader. I shall (rite a full
ition of the circumstances which led to that
In October last, I was necessarily drawn
from home on buiinc in the four adjacent
countiei; in aomeof which TwaV present
during the Mttingofcourts wd had ano
prtunity of weing and converifng with a
tniibrof gentlemen from diiTc rent parts
of the "d"utrictv Thc mbj?ct often tunicd
on politicks, particularly cm the ensuing
election j and the rcpeCve merits of the
candidates, Jairrtt Gil!rnir. tin. r.rvl m i.
r A. D. MKre, were a often dicuUnl.
3urinr thce conversations It was rrnmif A.
Ir observed, tlutmanr ncotdo hid tbfAihu
jr stippirtin the election of major Moore
r t.ailinpfaiimnf'innnrii'it1rtTr.fi nt,.i.t:.
n? royil 1er.11, ihe'culb.-ni an! wrKr-.Un and I was as repeatedly asked ifl knew 1 1 had motturKkubtcd authority fortnd l.sh.1
t nay it mca,Taty.M j'uUkit towhidi Irtjdied, that 1 had ms ti e pivce In qvicniotv-iii, U tUu a!
sli.. ... ! 1 - , , 1
. a . - I
the latter, that uiifnrtitri-.ifpiv. tt
Truth itself, when coming from them, is
rot accredited. Consequently,' as I regard
the principles of morhty and decency, thc
columns of my Gazette shalf not rn future
be polluted by noticing the impertinence cf
this resteer or of his coadjutor Jtyar., un
lent it be to detect und expose the pul.Jick
falsehofKis which they arc in thc hatit of
circulating vnder the gaib of truth.
Let it lie here understood, that ecplain
Rhodes nuking th comnninVfcti(.n. nor
my self iw writiu;utid p .iMis'iing the piece,
did not mean to convey ?n Idea th.t two
thiidsof thc (Irand-Juicia at'dresnrd Mr. H.
in answer, form.dly ; Ut tl.atU.cy com.
munirated sentiments to tf ch other, whife
the two gentlemen were in the Jurv-rootn,
unfavourable to Mr. IF. ar.d IU rccommvn
duticn.. My piinrlpal al j. et was merely to
prove that major Mocre wan recommended
by Mr. .II ill, as a gentleman of th,; same po
litical sentiments with liitnidf which I
trust will not be denied; however unfavour
slc this tircarristancc may cp;ratc to the
interest of that gentleman und to thc cause
With respect td my refusal to puUt'J,
what ia oiled Mr. jfdl't F.xpttntun," h
may be neccs-ary to observe, tin t on li s
23th ultimo, I met that gentleman on tlic
street oppoiiu to major Walker's dtrcJh'n';,
wrjvn Kv nbtcrvrd in an txtrtme doginMical
tone and MtUtu'r, that by nccidt nt cue r f
my pipers of that day h'hd f-IU-n into his
hand, jn which he had diicoicrtd a piece
containing fshchoods, prtmrncd, that
i I h;d publiUd it, 1 wc uld ruve no fib
jeet'u n lo rutl!h also, any thinrr to c to-
eract its cviUrerfa, Itc. I answered, tl.-.t
part Of the Grand Jnrytho had left their
......w iwi.uic purpose ot substantiat-.
ing the facts it contained t "Nevertheless, I
was willing to; publish'ariy: thing (pminjj !
eu, that it the niifT--ri.in-.a':..j
hols, whlchby the by I cculd not in justice
to the characters cf the gentlemen who fur
jushed me with the in formation, v believe,
it behooved h.m, standing on tbe high poli
tical ground which, he did, if in hisLwe",
,to controvert, them j; and that my paper
should be at his service for the purpose.
he said the piece contained fakthoods, 1 de
siredhc would point them cut, arid thtn
asked Jum the foilcwing questions
D',d ,crut wait eti the Grand-Jury
MooreT 7 ' acton,P; inajcr
A No! T rrrTWTn5 .t.1 . s ';'
. , - - ,ww "'f u"'cu major jiicore
thither, by particular, re.juest, hi '
l"u not "PeaK to the Grand-Jurv
011 pollUcs1. and oartiriiUnt .1.- t .
;.f- ,! " : Kui.J lil not make a FORM.
L. 1 t u,7 pan ot the
What I said, nor eTr.rptc .t,f;x.;4.
hearing, inuviical to iw..' ., .
n,Vn th'comrary, they treated with 10
htehessa?id;tespect. ' ;? " '
I liere observed, that rMp' . ..
... . ' ,""innvf
liberty to nut an rnnRtt-u-t;rvc
on the publication alluded to, butthaiitwaS
not the: , intention of it...
mRde- the. communication. rr?r WviMi i.v
. . ' ' , uww wiiVF
uv ,,lCtt, iu convey me mea
wai. wic vrana-jurors retn tird ...
answer. 10 ms apdress, &c. ,
; Did you not express a desire to rew .
turn, thanks to vour rnnKtifnntc ,k..,....tJ
the Grand-Jury, for the honor of their iuf-
11 ages, ai me iate election ! i ' T
, 4 did. . . .
Did vou not snr' ttiaf 'v A 11 All
serve the district anv Ion fpr f linn . ( l.-
ensuing session of Congress ; but was hap.
py m rccommendinp, trt m-.Kiio vm '
genikman of the sajne politicks with ixur-"
7Vk . jt V ' luJ?roore, or words .
to that effect ? - ' . y, . ..
What then are th' fatBlr .
4" r .11. . , - . -vuuj vtiwr
mjuc 4 iu ir.e piece j
. I DID NOT RETURN TO TI1R
GRAND-JURY THE .NEXT D Vv! il
STATED THEREIN. rAV AS
US r"f "!!inatrerirJt nvcrsatn , cRstied,
ami r thortly after ItfKbiTcompany. .
V"". follcwingi; a r.cgro bof
brcnht tie a letter. tbntainiiig the Exrla
ratK rr," 1 r.dcr tU" tij;,,, v
ircth," whefe ptirc;p:l ctject, it rppcarrf
cd, wes to imveach tl c veracity cf the gtn-:
tlernen to whom I was indebted for the ccm
muniraticn. , I shell pass over, thc many attempt '
I, made, in vain, to discover the author of
this protluctior, in cre'er to con e at the
subsequent ir.tcivlcw wiih Mr. Hill, which
thus commenced: " So Mr. 1111. 1 v..
, - . Ill HI
ir.at you have rtfnied to publit.li a piers rn
oer the signature cf a' Iricpd to Truth. Did
you notHy that you were willing to publish
uijj;iuceunictaci me U. he hoods ycu
have already published i To this I answer- '
ei I have refuted to publish "A Friend
to 1 1 t!,,, for 1 he want of a responsible ii
naturc; but if you wilUitn ii. cr leave,
your name as the author of it, I will tub "
hih it with pleasure. It howcTcr rtquiret
something more than your b.i e aerticn,
who are a prrty ccncemcd, to controvert
the validity of ruy publication, whith was
derived frcm a source as mpectuble aT
yourself." or words to tha purport. Thus
ended the conversitioru
1 1 sh?Jl conclude by obtenln-, that if to
nd.cuic and txje- lb politick iar,i,y of
?Ir. I.iil, will hjure the caue of Fitta
Auu, tcn,n intlced mutt le the PiSlara on
which l roEnaLisaf is supported.
. ' AiLttjrp Hall.
I i'o hereby certify, that the above pub
henaon contains a true Dtattment, so Lr at
it respects rnysclf. ,
jfoitv fxux Ruocit. '
December JO, lb02
Port of Wilmington.
DemnUf 1 4. Sekr. Ada , CM'i, K. Y-.r
- ly, lu.lir,, j)K
tl, r,i fcf,ecv. Cook. VtL
;r.r. Harriet, JUrr, Tfiiliid .
k Sat 11 m m J a aa.
StiSif, -f fi;-fj lo ra k Thuibrr. -
a h'.Cr.e,, W.fl, Chailila-,
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aai r -MJ.itatiiJSajiiri ce-fiai lo n.i,4
t M. IK..,,, t,ao'rf, rM If.
p. r-..j C.flf, W, r,C.d l4tlt&l.lf
to M.-id ni liltiorti,!, J
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io,t, It.mc .Muho-fa, iv.Y'iba 1
1 ' H-iC 'i lUh, Kw - Urf
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a. 1. pij.a. L.lt,y, fclaUk, C-lh.i.
Ut lliy, J'Mii-.
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li..ta H..ly, N'-..k.
- li A-M.la,,. nV.wiitM, ik.au.t.
a, iUf lufc,nf, A Uit h1u