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area' 'ta ii wt km Red on rtt rat i ibe
. and advocated the principle of the lordtawnttd "
To which I anfwer,. although lir if S a vfouei
nd htr ring, and fotaetime pa. $h,e notatoe
tpiieftiM I will venture to a ft,' Ait-4n the cofe
I i a it boat, oat balf.the number would ftotnJ,'
fort and takba BritifltxaDnon from'eJoube Abe.
berbt Wri,'ii4 tompel (bm to bet; for wercyiT
, ven if they were commanded by bit rooft gracing
' mjav, end being full of the raaft beif of Old Eng
v lend d Load on porter. v----- :
"..What re fifty, nay tthoptand iivei, . ...
it t that nerve afc fiar'a arm .
afTht Bribe f-r lint aTv.''
v ." f.'nd it the caufe of their enmity egiioft ihefe emi-
fi grant from Ireland knowing their attachment -td
fepublieanifrB, end particularly to this country from
th herianin of lla lite revolucioru Bat ff they,
. thofe lrifh jejatdoa";oujht not to be pertniued
to land in thiicoootrt. th-Y wre not here in thetimee
of trouble, but ) ve fled ' from juftiqe.'Ye,,
they have fled" frott jultice, from thofe .h ;(.Jbave
retorted ta the ruin: end the pUowv . the bnly
true nod faithful friendi to gcverament, end Whofe
fvftein bi been to hinr, fhiot or treoiyoTr where
" they could not corraot. , On t the cowardly hpO-
critet ! The blood of the g-ood, people, of thU .eoun
tiy, with their dwelling. th,eir ciih, end theirTur
nitvre, well. know that the toiiea wha w;ie then in
t hit' country , preferred the guinea to ftepping forth
a the Irifh have done, to vindicate the caafe of the
' right a of man, both in thia country and ttrrir own. ;'
I fuppofe that 4hat lha toriaa jnd their frienda
would be glad to find oot the tea) (late of Ireland
thofe yeara pafti' I (hill endei'vor'tO gratify them
in the I ingu'ge of th great Carrm, on the trial of
Mr. fmnetty five or hx yeata ago, and which ia aa
' follows : ' ., '" ' ,'' , .. .
Mercifn! God, what it the ftate of Iiclmd, and
M where (hull we find the wretched iahabitant
. of that lann I you may find him perhtpa injail,
the oolv olace of fecuiitv, I had almol faid hbi-
taiien t you miy fee him flying from the flame of
hia own dwelling, or yoo my find hie bonri
.tjieachtn on the green fielda of hia, country. or
. he may be found tolling upon trie furfict of the
, ocean, and mingling bit groana with tempeKt, M$
" favage thin hit perfecut'ora, that drift him to af re.
turnlefa diftance fiom hn family and hit hom.",
1 Tbefc ite only fmalt part of the reafona that oc.
cafioo fa many to migrate from their nati country ;
.for what crime t Why, for affart'rug ttofe right
vhich the Almighty affuidcd man. ' - ' ( ; . (
The rifal of the Uwa on the futgelt of natural if
anion from fourteen yeara to five ia an heart-ache Jt
thetoriea and fedtialifti, knowing that tha aoiei.-f
Irifhmen (not one out of fifty excepted) Kill hi to
, " juppart of republicini eod the cooUiunipn. JTheV
re likewife mortified at that part of the ritia)tNT'a
tnefftge to tongrefi, when he fay i And fiill wi
refole to the unhappy fugitive from, diUrru, lhtj
Wpitality which the favage nf the wilderaea etind
ed 10 our father on thia land t ShaJI oporr (M hu.
sanity nod no alylum on thi globe " 1hi1' cor
loboraiive f ihtt part ef the addrefa tff eongreft to
. the people of Ireiand where it fay i, " h i hpwever
(om coe folatioa to reflect, that fhuld It occafton
much di 8 re ft, the fertile region pf America wouU
afford yon fafe afylnm from' puveVtyJ ti4 In time
fiom ppiflto) alfo." Thil, togethrr wiih that
- -part of tie prefident'a meTig ta iofigir. i at great
fiomMiag atoh fctUii ni rcpiibliciaifra.
A letter from Leehornof thetd iateai that.
hi been ctjiduded betveen the Emperor of Moroc
co and the Untied Siatea of America. '
. ;-. QSobcr 25. , : .
" Our p'rtatiKie l4 wer-a ftif appeannce
Oar letiera from Plymouth and f aofmoutb re. loll
f order received to get fliipt .ready hi fei. The
Psqflegaliud Herenle, of 83 gun each, and Ji.eo.
hetmof ii,at SpUhead, are to be fitted with four
month ftoie and provifion. At Plymouth ordn
were received 6a Thurfdiy for elf the men of war
now jo port, to be completed . with four month
Rore tod provifion, and get ready, for f-a, ifwan.
(ed. The Childva and Yenturier Taifel fate on Wed.
nefday evening ftom'l'ly mouth, with difpatchca.
. i : OAoberaS. : . j -
N We aire happy to find, both by private letter nd
by authentic document, f-hat the Swil Diet hi not
fubmittid to Buonaparte, and that the account in the
French piper on thi (MeA are v. holly W'fe. The
(Diet of Schwita, on the 8th, feot t letter to the
Chief Confoft io anfwer to hia Prociamatioa, ana at
the fame time oublithed it to the Canton. Thi let
ter i remarkable for good fenfe and moderation, for
ealmnefi and diarnitv t it ii the very reverie of Buo-
nanarte't blufterinsr and imnioua ManifeUo. It Haiea
that the Helvetic government had done much rrift hie
bv their theoretical fchemi. that shAOe becami
ind ifpenf able, that thi chinge w not the effeft of
a party rpint, but the woik ot.Uie whole, awi.i na
tion 1 that Buoniarte i rriifinfnrm'ed otthe lla'e of
the country, and that ihe Swif hve done no inore
t.hahe, by hii declaration, told them "they h d a
rivhtta do. Thi letter Vrculd reach Paria about
the tith,, and it wouid be between the 1 6th and eoih
that the leolVof the Chief Conful would.be known
in Switzerland, The letter allede to lormer letur,
detailine the particular of the fiuuion of that coun
try, whih wa wiitten on (bs very day Buonaparte'
rroclamation ja (iated. Thef two letter, together
With die remonftrance of the Btitifh court, which
would arrive in Pari before Buonapaite'a reply could
have been di hatched, miy hive opened hia eye
with regard to the Caotoua, and wholly changed hia
view. . , -
But we'ftit! the fate of Switzerland will hive little
infittnc on tht meafurfi of the Biitifh Cabinet.
Mifllliera have determined to difconiinue difarming,.
to keep all the fhip of war end troop on the f
ir(ii flationt that are how on ihrrn, and to decline
(rendering any more of the ccloniei or poft agreed
to be given up by tb tre7 of Amicn. They hive
refolved upon general grounds, in cofeqnencef the
general conduct of Frame, to withhold every thing
from her, and keep up our increaie of the prtfe;:t
mana we polT:f pf making war. Switzerland i
but onavaoint of complaint, and if more.notfchaa
been made abont it thio any vjther, it i not becaof
I it i the rnali important, bj becaufe it loterefli the
feeling of ii;lihmen the ruOU, aiid 1 Imely to re-
crait with the in jit luccel the popularity ol war.
But if Baoiupar e wer- to ranounce Switzerland to
moro, to difclaim -all irte'fe'rence or coanfftion
with that ceuntry, we belve it ii in the d 1ijn ot
Minifteit to proceed fu thcr, lo difcuTj and review
the whole of hi consul which afTccl the interclltcl
thi coun ry, either direly, or r a member of the
commonwealth "of Euiope. - Mioifter conteo.!, and
wiih trchfcthat Buotuputr difpUy a boHile r'.ifsofi
tiontovrtrdi tlii cou:ry, that' he leitra on evi
occilioa 10 hart 0'ir if re lit and "ur pride, t!t h
ticuiui wuh con emntt i puifuM a cOurfe the veiy
m-mt f . I, f te.Hf.-t. hiimU k tmV H V B AVC t '
aa the declaration of motnunmfik la Si ' Vw tO ' J adrni nf .avntsk rA in tMrnt A'A ItB tkff WO 'fit C
the toiirt and their loyal Mulltci,. whith ihope lr,tTiea.y 1 f Peace, a g od oudsrliandms." V.t
ever will be forgotten bVtfM.IrUhnveiT. , . Ht(t 0, W ii..,rd with a ltheooiat in dtfoute be.
I feel very forry indeeo, xhlltj inn -when r0 It ween the twr. goyrvflmrntt, and on fom ol them r
Id mother CanSf,re to hear of. the tieent' rt bW imucrfsitly informed i but they arc chia,
her foa iecr here, Xht will imig'me.thu U K.- A.. h0ff which occtfioneJ the delay of gen. Andirolll,
mericani are oppoieo to inem, contrary to net r-j eonnrctfd wi,h cotr.me.cial arraiigrmcif. the Ee
pcQatioM, I know tht old lad)', feellnga 10 he(jifl, rtU,ln. The commercial oegocietioa haa, m
aenuer, that en teaming of the foreffcog tie.im'nt I nt, faiW. and ia who'lv at end. A foitnijl1
(he will bo ft into taara accompanied with ft Ir.fh ; wc etaunife.i an auicia iefielii f tea. AndreolFi
The publication tf U bat intftrua-
peace! te waleh him aa St in theBrUilft Cabinet, lime;
prolrng, peaceable, respectable gentlemen, no me-
y to excite uneiuneli loihe rnotJ j- .lou o.incun.
W have fpoVeo of him olyi-Mnppoiieiajp. the
prefeot Admin'.flration have a right to .'ptak .. wive
we to try him by tha. principle of iuQice, .his cha.
yactee. would be bJackar than we dai.e paiot ii,' hi
condo& would jttu,if tany menu ottuioiag aud re
dact'ne hi' Bow'crV.T"r'"""'Tt""'""' f".
. 'The Foreign Journal bring further detai l of. the
new plan ol Indenrnitiel, ind a copy ot the note pre
feuiedytthjit by the Mediating power -France piet
te eagerly the adoption ot the plan; but we expect that
Auttiii. wiiUej'O iu imc it give lhe orina jjoR
of TuCcaov neither PalTan or any of thofe .parte of
the Upper Palatinate or Suabia, for which the Em
peror conttnda, and to occupy which Aufm hia
lent troojj. -Indeed it leem to five the brand
Duke nothing more thao wa before afllgned htm.
.WASHINGTON CITY, December is
f$fr:-i. - - THIS DAY . ' '
" ' a ' a aV W4 M n
delivered te iach House ij JHs. Lxirts, Si
To the Senate and House bf Representatives :
:V ' . the United Motes.
WHEN "vre assemble together, felW
citizens, to consider the state of our belov
ed country, our just- attentions are ry
draViv'to those pleasinr; . circumstaricci
". 1 ru -ir t- 1 ' . r n
w. i,m,, .w B-tr n..u k... m.n.Ri in ,j,irr wtucn marK me troouuess ot inai ucini
plan, thefeby damping the hope Europe! forming., from whose UVOf they How, and the larji
of her future conduct. By the indemriitiet, Ofna
burg' iigeneronfly given to the Eleflor of Htf.over
A French Melleoger Lecompte, arrived on Sunday,
with.difpatcbea for M. Oub. The whole of ihf
,nrgocMtio between the two countriea pafTet. at .pre
lent through hi ad. .-Several paper. elle'day . re
P'v'ted, that fatiifadory difpatchca had been received
from Frr, THey were wrong, Nothing either
deufivc ot faUifadory ha occurred. . . ,-
Yeflerdiy wa the day' appointed for.jthe reduc
tion .of the Guard ; but the order ro that effect
were countermanded ; fignificant hint government
entertained of a war. - " ;,
ht"'i i -BERNE, 0l9ber 14. " '
VThe commifGon of ftato ha publiftiel proclp
matioi, declaring that Switterliod i not. at, war
with trtoor., that it doe not intend, to go lo war
with Prance, and that it will do all that honor can
allow to prcftrv the ancient relation of amity with
that power,, ;
; NOTICE. v ;
CIRCUMSTANCES having, ren
dered it necefl'ary for the fublcriber
to cloie? . his account! in as i.'iori a time
as practicable, he-aeam notice an
thofe to whom he is indebted to: bring
forward their accounts properly adjtsfted
for payment ; ami ali pcrfons indebted
to" him to make Cettlemefit on or before
the firft day of January next. ' ;
Thofe .who cannot make payment by
that time, it is expcftei.will come for
ward and give their notes, or confers
judgments, bearing intcreft from the Hate.
FayetteviUe. Nov 25. - ; -
- cry,, and though diDrefling to the lurtgt, will' raife
K on the tune of O'Logiar But I fhail endeavor to
pptafe the old lady'a mind, bytrahfmittiag to
Iter copy of thi p Ate, inclofed in a letter, and
pei hap deliver ii myfelf, that fo thai wheu Otc finda
the oppofkioa folely conhgaed lo the tofiet and their
ariftoctatic friend, fh (being of a cheerful difpofi.
'. ti) will iaamediauly change her luae to iha tune ot
Erin Bragh, 01 Ytnkee Diod e. -!
fhali lake my leave ol thofe geetlemea for the
pi(nt with a promife at fame fuiaie period, if
occaGoo recjuiie, to tetom to the charge, and a my
Honiara not vet cahiulled they fhrl be at their
frrvice fo long aa they continue to bc tha fbvea of
tnoaatchy ot aiiflocf acy. . '. i
PADDY O FLAHSRTT.
tewby the event in iierl4nJ, but we will givt it
to-morrow ii oflihle. ,
Suppofe then, ihu guinptrte wwen Switie.
land, and afk of Erland te fulfil the treaty of Arri
en. wht are the rraiona ,he Biitifh M.mR.r wi'i
give for itluTiog t make the neceflary funcnden ?
Thi ttha icaporitnt qaelion, ihe queuioa hth
we canttot anfwer, ihoot h wt hive fome hint ideaol
it. 1t itnotforSwiiienaad, Holland, Elba, f.ouila
a, the Brti(, they can reflate. T ie fituauon tit all
thafeplacea wa ftacd aad known, a It ow - Aan.a,
belore the urnititive Tielty wa lignrd. Keirettrg
Malta, indeed reward great difhctiltie h'leanlti;
but M BiBer muttconlela tbemitlvri childtcn, il tr-y
contend that the treaty at Aan.ena d-d aot lurrenter
Mt'ti to Prao:e agrettfily 10 the Tieny of Amiettf
We prelume mini Rer nave aitiovi4 the irtatv la
very diffc.eat, from whK ih.-v Juapafed it and mw
Ihit arc itnwitlinf 1) eaeeuta h tondi'ioni. Wiih
ail our jraianly aad dillikeoi B49opitc, wa rrjuu
- .U- " - J - . .
vi, nm caantining n irviiyvi pecv, vn
rine It with hi conduct, - we cannot dilMvef lav
gocd groQnd MiaQtr kite for complalnipg. IVay
if repent ol ibeir owa lolly, hut they cancel , ac
cwfa Bjonapantof breach of faiih. If they taa,
why do we not fee loir. hint boob thi fob eft to then
joarn! t '
w nrail be hum la HXa it ap, and ( It
with ih public . The (lift fvrtoa Bif4innding
betweeaiha Iwa grament wa tefatliaj' the
Cenaf ial irtami we arc not well ialorKicif
pan the point j but whtttver mifaadeitaadiag caigtii
be, itCuald Botrcatant la a breach of tieaiy, or a
gioaadofwar. Btcaafc Out Chief Coalal atlfplarva a
M WoOi'e dJfoliioB," thi wa at told, It grin! ol
war. Who befide the piefni Cabinet, everlappo
(ed iht hi dtfpohiioa wat other thaa hc-Qil thi
country t W have pewr ceded ta maintain, iht
hi datliag abjrA ii h ralaol the Briiifh Email,
aa ftaw navy ia ihcaaty ImpedimeaH la hia all
domiaioa Tlx moraioi em which iha figrattt' '
the Pralimiatrua waa Sit haowa ia Loadoa, w
wet laathcd at foe aSeitiag la ihit ppa lhl P(
cauld not like place, anot aa tccnuat ot Buan.
part aaibUioa thaa of tay abj clioat by tht Br lift
Cabinet. rd indeed were ac.ial aa bl mv U
a1 be ackaawiedgad rcifaa wi aa aar fid'. !
Bpnc' dilpatiiiaa evar ha been, and rrf oil be
hoitleiaihi cWatry. Ha will never favglv hi
defet at Acre, and iha tafa af f gypt, tcb bring
lb cafe, the tieaiy af pva fhaatd ha mid eiaai
il ftioald e4 btva had holt aad fliw aa vef y pan
M alter hi " bolil dilpfttaaH apyo'iaaiiie af at
iMkiBg ihi coaaiiy a rathe wa ihantd hv nud(
the peaca wbea be wee daa, aad wa can d ht
boaad bian. II Uiailct wiih la divl biaa of hi
haaittdtrpoioa," ibry al radtrce th aetiaa
latbacaadttiaaal $, wa anal be ItjadU, net
1! 1 a aaparreaent ed aa ad ibe two grvai ,nHM
a.h -w.pate ihcwatU, a rrtaael t the
Nicewafiba W4." '
Bat while wt fy iha ww af M-aiftrt, t4 al
iha rf 1 Wry have ajada, wa da aot fogt the
(SbI lUaaMrii 1 i. ka an r-iaiatal la
Iher fall by aablf daiiag, than by aaj 't al lima-i tHm, im he piac a tk aa hia aaabitioa, irai
My4 Ibe fcwy Earaya ia aaViaic, btiea!y facha a
Impirttnf Ftreign In ft Usenet,
LONDON, oa. ' '
The D iVeof Yaik ia now ia daily artendinca at
hi ofrV: ii the Hf Gurdt and ih re tut -Icier-o'Oi'i:t
rl ou Cabinet haa givvn rife m f'vcrtl
ew idi both ia tha war aad admiralty depart
ment.! . " !
' It neo' fid'ntly flatad at the-War-Ofliee, abac U
the e nifi f ih exi'mng weck. beuiag ajrrt will
beiffjed, and ecraiig cfTicert diTpauhcd to the
di'nt por: ol iha Umiet Klntdoaa. ,-,
A teiier tiont Wi!tcHfttr, dated the 19th infant,
favv ',' Tb Iall Biahaty aad the eavnmandiag
yfuet ol 'ha 4b, ia fvrritoa brtr, thi mntaja' re
ceive J om:id pperr fxm tha War-Olnee,' fiaiing
that tht reda'liM of tSc airay ii coua etmandd."
A 1 inteiSed rciaciioaat tha Sejeot af. the
Cv-dt ii fafpewdtd for tha areieat.
Difpaithetcratina ta be tent Imm oat port with
the gteifel eipediiioa. Oa Wed atfday mora
Ing the Veaiaricr, af it gaH received atdemo fail
, fiam rlvntoutb with difpatche. and with (rated Of
dert, which ait aat lob opened till ihe a aa lrt
vital Sicily. OaVTtdaefdav anaramg ibe Chit
), al 1 (sat failed wiih difpatchca, aad,Viih I.
aat!r fe.Ud or Hera. Ia ibe afieiaoow tha Nimble
catirr wit dirtfUd 10 take ia artrvifioM ff laar
ana a. ha, aad to get ready wi h all pUlihU fpeed ta
receive d fpr.chaa. Older wave receive I at Fly
tnewb the day be lore yelerday, 10 get tady thiee
laal of Ibe liaa Bawia adef lw tomcat :uea.
Fenvt Of Iha rre.b jaaraala caaxaia vloWat V
latbtan Ibe laglifb yapvrt, fotthi boUncf la aa
pofiag the aaabiirna af f ranee. Il bawraer, glo.
loji !) la lh( ladrpfadeax alike lli(h
fpliit, tail all ibe wriier ( ear cry f whtrt
partv, b4t aaiied ia denaoa of tha nfkie l KctiaB
aad iha liberty f Earaac.
A ilvie letter f'Oaa far. fat , the report of aa
appeoachiat war Ucraafea evett fy, ad piadarv
nil leaf !. Tha Caafal baa rai caved wnb aoaali
hM(htlafiW teclra aaad by M da Mar.
aw aa iha UV-fa al bit bolila pl gel twit.
ttt'dbal ibia icapeiiaaaataaa tny cafl coafi.
drrabi liwaiiade alaha 'cwtal diftrtat paaet
a4 hit awa peifal fupic. . Tha. Coafal ttv
fwtted U. d Mrnew iaiKU 1 bad ra.
TO LET, .
ind rnltrtd upwtti fl 0 jftnutry 1803,
'TMa'E .ftibfcriocr's DweHina: Houle,
JL with a kitchen, fmokc tioufe and
garden,- all in complete" order ; the u
tiiation is pTeafant aud healthy & would
anfwer extremely well for., a Public
Houfe; Aifo, two other . tenements
fuitabie for fmall families. - .
PEI Mil CARPEMTERa
Who again offers for fale his planta-
ion in Bladen county, containing 533 n
rrei of good land, fituated on the mcr
. r urn
d'jout 30 mucs irom umingtoi
, ' ALSO, '-
.24.0 acres of land, nrar the Chivo-o'e
FiiiC. ininini Mr. Jam:s' Larkins's
land, in Ncw-llanover county.
200 acres of back land, joining Jfamei
toy. Eft), in laid county.
300 acres of land below the "Sugar
Loaf, in faid county, running I row the
Rivet to thi Sea.
'joo acres of back land in Erunfnnck
measure of thankfulness we owe for h,
bounty. ' Another year, has come arouaq
and hnis us still Llessed with peace anf
friendship abroad, law, order and religid
at hot), noou anection and harmony vi
our Indian neighbours, our burthens lidit.
ened j "yet our income sufficient fothe pubJ
Jic' wants, knd the produce ot the year gre;
beyond example .These, i fellow-citizen
are the circumstances under which we rneei
and. w remark i with special siitisfaCtir
those which, under the smiks of providers
result Jrom the skul industry and order
our'citttens, managing their own affairs i
their own way, and for their own use, t;r
embarrassed by too much regulation, uuon
presffed by hscal exactions
- On the restoration of peacfc in Euro;
that) portion of the carrying .trade, t hic
had iallen to our share during the war, w.
aoruigeu oy me returning conipeuiion
the belliererent . powers. . This was tti
expected and was just. Iut,irr atlditit:
we find, in soms parts ot Lurope, monor,
lizino: discriminations, which, in the ffjrl
of duties, tend effectually to prohibit tj
camulg thither our own prodnre-m r
own vessels. I-rom existing amities ant1
spirit- of. justice", it. is hoped that frienc
discussion will produce a fair and adviqui
" n r.i '...ii .,.. .l-..1..:.
reciprocity. iui snouiu wise wiluuui'
of interest defeat our hope, it rests with t
legislature to decide whether they will m
inequalities abroad with, countervailing i
qualities at home, or provide for the cvi!
any other way.
' It is with satisfaction I lay before you
act of the British parliament anticipati:
this subject, so far as to authorise a mutt
abolition of the duties and countervailiri
duties, permitted under the treaty on 75
It shews on their part a spirit of justice ar
friendly accommodation, which K is
duty and our interest .to cultivate with :
nations, Whether this would prodore
dye equality in the navigation between t
two countries, is a subject for your cor.
deration.. . . ' ' '
.Another circumstance which claims
tention, as directly affectine the very tout
of our navigation, is the defect or tltc tm
sion of the law providing for theTeturn
seamen, and particularly of those belong
to vessels sold abroad. Numbers of tin
discharged in foreign ports, have b(
thrown on the bunds of our consuls, n
to rescue them from the dangers into w!
their, distresses might plunge them, .;
save them to their country, hare foun
necessary in some cases, to return then
the public charge.
The cession of the Spanish province
IWtsiana to Fance," which took plao
the coursejof the Ute war, will, if car:
joto t(tect,maVc a. change in the aspec
our foreign relations, which will doubt!
have just weight in any dcl;,cration5 of
legislature connected with .at subject.
RUN away from the fubfcr.bcr Ibe- -There was reason, not long since, lo
firftthiy of January laf.. iko J;cbc warfare in which we Vv
kilovr b thnamt of l ACOC. called FWd with Tnpo i, ni.ght be take..
j - - . . ' . . 1 tvun amm niinT r in. iLirnirv nAum.
Ui.l fclltfwf -.:f,. , ,i,..r,. ,
by fome CELL.. 1 bought
from Mr. William Hobbi, i Sa npHin
county, which place faid Jacob wat frcn
a few dayt ago. It it needlcf to crTcr a
(tefctiption, at he it well known in that
county, and ' hat . a wife telongicg to
Michael Sampfon, Eftj. an-J it harbnur
cdby her much againlt the will of Mr.
Sampf. n, toniyknoweilge,
I will give a reuarj of twenty dollar!
for the delivery of Jacob to me In Wi.
mtnjton, ani all reafnbie expencet
pa by JoHit Bla:ui.
reinforcement, therefore, was intrnedu
ordered to the vessels already tbcre.;
sequent information however, has rtino
these apprthcoMons for the present
ncciirc our commerce in that lea, with i
smajfest f jrec compc'.cii, we have supjK
il best to watch strictly the harbpr of'Tri
li. Still, however, the shallowness of tb
coa and the want of smaller vessels
dtr part, has permitted some cruiser
enca unobserved! ind to one of ihetc -
American Tend unfortunately fell a pt
The captain, one American teaman, :
two others of ctlour, remain prisoners v
them ' unless exchanjrtd under anaM
mcnt formerly made with the Hatha w,
whom, on the fiulh of that, tome of
captite Biihjrcts had been restored
The cowftXTiov with the tlnte of Cr
gia has been ratified by their Icgitlati
and a re-purchsse from the Creeks hat b
consequently made, of a part of the Tal
ice county In this purchase hat alo b
tymfirthf nded g part of the latult within
fork of Oconee and Pakmulgcc rif cr. 1
particular? of (he contract will be laid be (
congress at toon at tbey thill be ir a r
In order to remove every foufvd of
fi-rcnce tvHtible wiih our Indian nciehbo'
Tett, . ' 1 1 have nrocccdcd In the-Vuik of settl
. C ARLITOM WALKkR, C.I. j ah thcin, and marl.in the boundaries
utrtraatriv. tweco us. That- with the ChocUw but
United States of America,
&flrin Curt, :
Dte. Urm, 1802. J
UPUS the pettiion cf Jomh lUartAV,
of tlifTownofWilminion, hmkropi,
Ptayiog thai hamifHl reteiva cetufitainpC
4ifibirf Ordered, iHl unit ft' the ctrJiior
of faid Job) Barclay or foma of them, fitw
10 the jurfje of faid Co-in, en iha g h clay of
lanjartr ct, fglBrienl cattle I ih conirtry
intt I 'cetiiftctia of tJifcbarft will then be
f'anifd to faid Bnkraot( rcrfaint to in tt
vfCoojffi, iaibttrifa raJ in. ftoaiJci.