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porlunity.to shew their dexterity' in
" performinjthe weekly obSeqtiiow -Cow
i to the man in power. . He appears to
dispise their adulation, and will not
. accept the homage they are willing to
' pay the Chief. Magistrate, although
. they hate him as they do the prince
cf thelower regions. -- .The disappoint,
td judges Sc officers join in the accusa
tion. Thefgrmer will exclaim hat he
has violated the Const i tut ton and deprived
. them of their enijluments and honourable
stations, and the latter unite ill the"
complaint, and all join to execrate the -'
-' Man who has used his utmost' eridea-
- votirs.presevve the-peaccTand pro-
mote iht happiness of nis country;---
. How surprising to discover tint men,
in the common stations of life should'"
be so blinded to their own interest as
to listen to those complaints or join in
the. slander of Iheir best friend and
benefactor. Ccnitbe possible that the
malicious accusations ota few disap
pointed characters can . prevail against JJ
piam iacis ana aauy expenericc ;
Slialll.be permitted to proposea ques
tion or two to the honest Farmer Ec in
dustrious 'Mechanic ? 1st. Do you not
enjoy peace withoiit the burden of f
deral taxes? 3d. Do you ntjt erjjoy
your civil; and rdigiouv. privileges
Vithbut lire least hindrance or distur
bance? The answer to these ques
tions rnustbe in the affirmative; . Voq
certainly do possess these inestimable
blessings.. Your Country never was in a
higher state of prosperity, nor your
r government under a rhildej' adminls-
, tration. What more can be desire d by
' any rational man? Is it a mauerof con.
aenue.nce to vou whether vour Pivsi-
sident holds a Levii, pr not t All of you
could not enjoy the triflinc: entertain
ment if you were present. . ; Are. the
gaudy trappings of a splcrtdid courtany
advantage to your callings or employ
nrients ? Surely'no ! Agaih I ask, is
the abolishment of the taxes; and the
unnecessary courts, disagreeable to
you because your burdens jtpc.loseo
ed LSdrely not 1 1 confess I have heard
complaints on thrt subject fcluch sur-
prised me to find suctia portion of
folly m persons of moderate eircura
stances in life, who generally find use
for tbeir harJ, earnings to supply them
selves 8c families with the necessaries
of life. The general cause of complaint
in all countries is the our Jen of taxes.
JVVlut would an European Hunk if he
should bear that the Americans com
plained for want of titest Your I'rcsi-
dent merits the cordial approbation of
. every unprejudiced mind. Permit me
. td requisUniy. fellow-citizens, to cease
all nrtruuirkg Until better cause of
Co r n'.nt ftnpcsrs ; fee thnnWvJ to the
Deity for ths blessings you'en.or, lest
you provoke him to a removal of them
from you. Unite in. supporting an
administration that appears desirous
to promote your Iiappinesi. " -Please
to indulge a few more ob
servations by w,iy nf conclusion. In
tke first plTT7 1 tef leavFtdbserve,
that few here present have experien
ced the dangers and difficulties that
attended the arduoiu contest for the
Jibrrtics you now enjoy. Some of us
still rt main who ventured our-livrt
and wastf I our siii;iUn5e to procurj
the freedom you now possess. Yo'tt
may rest assured it wis not obtained
without a severe struggle ; many
Med. and expired to purchase this
Messing for. the ritirijg .generation.
Let me entreat vou not to slight it be
cause you enjov it without toil or dan-
ncr Head the history of the A merl-;,
can wir, and you willbe persuaded of
the tmth of my relatir.n. . .SiilTer mc
to abjure you by all that is tear and
valuable to human nature, to transmit
the legacy to the succeeding genera
, tion. Do you delight rt your lovely,
consort and tender offspring I . I am
- persuaded you do. Can you ant!cpate
vihout emotion their cr'tntn obei
sance to some haughty despot ?. I f rc-
sumc you cannot! Let these r.oride
rations excite to a manly and rational
defence of the freedom and, hidcpcn
denct of yourcourrtryt There is no
society of civilized people un Jerthc
sun that enjoy a larger pm-tion of na
tio;uJ freaaom thsn the cit izens of the
United States; but we "discover this
nelancholl) truth, that liUcityoftrnoe-
generates in'.olicenlionsuevv I w ish it
was" in ny power to avsrrt that I din
rorer no traces cfit at the present pc
riod. Vlatmeanct!i those iingrncrous
invectives against the ( hief Macut.
rite ? Such an abuic of liberty is un ) 6or best rtward (Kurd I'tlicitj.J
doubtcdl;' a disrfsre !t our national - ia. (,vr I'tlluw-Clitirnvhereur
character, andln:ns ur conse. :' met to celebrate this aopicious day
q'irnceiTith fsreipn nitions. At t ' (fankct Doodle.) . . ,
, enjoy an tketive Rovcmmtnt, Ictus J 13. The American Fin-may Jul.
exercise it with discretion, and tota ; vays be supported vith honor, and
UJ apnbinted periHor the man ', rcpectcd by alf rations (Hail Co
cf our chrice. A majority must deride u turn Ha. ) (
the contest, an Jercry individual o;lt ' 14. My t runners be slwstl rtrel
to submit to the decision 1 whfKVcr . ted with bpillity and that hopits-
rfTm-s hi concurrence after afirtl- : lity never he infringed (Diet.)
tamuU diturbercf th'tarc of ,1 15. Agriculture, M.nufactUres anJ
tvicj- mm menu inc oitppmoaunn
ni every man who wishes the hsprd.
r,ti of l.is country, let the offender be
J tf hat party he my." IcandUcovtr
ft'j nttcsity Uf ditidiiiff Into parties
bream we ct not think alike rn poli
4 l, and it it d'n fruitful to theUvldf
I gree to cast odious epithets because
I the man cf our choice has' failed in his' i
election, or to triumph with provoking '
exultation, in his, success. Shall a man,,
forget the manners of agentleman
because he is disappointed-in his- ex
pectation abuse his neighbours,
and withdraw, front social intercourse
and friendly offices ? It is also impro
per to fcxult in a degree of extremity,
as it seldom fails to give offence to the
unsuccessful party, creates ill will artd
fosters parties am oftgit us, which Js
the bane of social happiness.- Let. Or;
endeavour to cultivate peace 8c friend-
snip w iin each other tor oqr own bene
fit j the circumstance of our situation
evince the propriety of such conduct
we reside .contiguous to -each other,
enjoy mc same privileges,' ana must
share the same fate in the ' prosperity
or adversity of odr country j and must
unite:,iu defence against axpmmoncn e-
nry,n occasion-should require. In this
- jpase the youths of w country, will be
Caucq. on to tal
Ice an active part in the
contest....'- ,. -. - v.;:
Will thtv please to indulge me with'
a few additional observations ? Ift this
early period of life, the passion? arc
strong the reason teebie and imper
fect ; health invigorates the limbs, and
hold adventurous deeds . occupy . the
II mindj which render youth more fit to
act .mat to direct, c. -v : r :i
As. your, country will rely en y?u
for protection, it will be essentially
leessary q acquire the military art,
to qualify yt)u tor' the held of battle.
I,Hitbe your ambiticiV toKiXcel in dex
terity as well as iti subordination ; and
suller m.e to press the necessity of per
fect union with each other Remem
her that old maxim, which will apply
in every society, particularly in an
army, r. . , ..,-.. . ' y-,
UkitedWh St"AXD-DivrDEE We
.. V. y. Fall." . 'm .
Reserve your strength and vigor for
the defence of your country, and not
for contention with each other; reject
the false"- idea of hotiqr held out by du
eling and. murder, arid' exert your va
lour against the common enemy. ,
. May, the God of tbe-Universe ena
ble each and all of Us to act Our parts
in society in a manner pleasing to Him
and advantageous to "ourselves and
country. v. .
. . S.n'uhville, N. C. July 4, 1 io3 --
This rttispicious day was ushered In
by a discharge of cannon . from Fort
Johnston, commanded by Lieutenant
John F. Powell, U. S. Art's.
, At two o'clock thcinhabitantsof the
filacei and a number of gentlemen"
romthc corrrtrr,"wetf aereeable to
arrangement, at Mrs. James's, where
they dihed,toglhfr in the greatest
harmony ar3 conviviality-. After din
tier the fallowing Toasts were drank
with musii and patriotic Songs, and
the "day closed with anjelerant and
rfcpIciidiiT null The young, tfie old, all
appeared to vie wiih each other jn
promoting the gayety and harmony of
the days ...
I; The day we celebrate. (Tune lan-
kee JJnodie. H
2. The United States, free, snve
reign and independent ( Jhii Colum
bia.) 3. The memory of Gen. Wa sh
lXGT0N,andu1! those Heroes who fell
jn defence of American Liberty
4. The President of the United
Stntcs mny he promote the general
welfnre without regarding the distinc
tion if p iriics (Jrffittjn's Marth.)
' 5. The Congress of the United
States may they ever consider
themselves Krprcscntatfrcf of Free
men fCd ira.J ,
f . The State of KortJvCorol'ina
niAy it increase in virtue ri il does in
fiumhCrt f Rote Ttte,)t
7. The Vice.Prvident,imd Officers
of the general . Gove rmncnt may
their Integrity be equal to their ta
lents (Jeferson't manh, ) .
8.. The Governor of the State of
Norlh-Csrolina ( The Irifht ro:tj
V. the Ksv; and Amy ofthe Uni
ted States rosy they alw.ijsbe cial
to our tlelef.CC (jefcriax xyi.tbtrtj.)
.10. Peace and Commerce with all
nations, partiality to none (The
wandering ttiilrr.) l
. H. The Amcrie'in Fair, their inter
ests our dearest objci, their virtues
,, ns liutt.j
! 16. Our Irtiirn Minrstrrs inrrtis
,,to their Negotiations (Crrnadier't
I 17. The Siate or Ohio width adds
another member to ttt Federal Unl-
00 ( M. rjifKA t dJtj.j
FAYETTtVILtE, JtifA, 1 S03. r.
f ' This day was ushered m by the dis
charge of three guns. At 12 one gun
was fired, Vhen the Rifle Company,
and Cavalry (dismounted) formed un
der, the. Town-H wise, here the De-
claration of Independence was'read by
Jlobert Cochran, nd an-appropriate
. address, by John Iay, esq. delivered,,
'.which shall be pttbiisneoMn the La-zette-.of
next Tuesda'y aareeably to-
4he arrangements for thc'uay ; and at;
k 2. o'clock Sixty R.epubli6m-sat .down
"to a dinner provided at the-Poplar-
Spring, At which Captains Dick , and.
Cochran presided. Alter dinner the
followingToasts wera drank : '
l. The i-ty we celebrate may it
be a day bf veioicine to millions un-
;., -2f" The memory of - our departed
fello w-citizen and late Commander in
Chief General George Washino-TO&VM-ay
his services and virtues be.
ever held in." remembrance by his
grateful cpuntryren. '
v 3. Tl Heroes of T6,
" CL nn,l V..
who1 feU in defence of their'conntr.y.
- 4 l'he, meToory of Bekj.' Frank
lin, the undaunted asserler of Ame
rican rights. ;1;' . ;Jn'
'y 5.. May every true Republican-remember
the Convention made in ""6,
wliich was'sealed with'blood. 9 thee'rs.
6. Thomas. jEfrEEsq, President
of the .United States, a friend to the
Pepple. 10 cheer v ' V".
, 7. - 1 he Government of the United
States, like the ruling Planet of the
Universe, my it rhovs within its bt"
bit, ehlighten and invigorate the stqti
government's..- , 5 cheers. v . '
8f ,, 'May the People of America
know their true interests, and unite In
supporting them. 5 cheers, ; -
' The 4th of March,; -1801, the
May of our poUt'icul ITegttieration. 1 3
chctrs.: : .;'
40. The Republicans of the Ututed
States may t!tcy shew as much mag
nanimity jn the hour of triumph, as
they have doneduring their oppressi-pn.-
5 sheers. ', - : '-
' II " A speedy end to political hnr-
mcsity ;an honwt,' but free coir.mu- j
nicalion otVentimcnt, the only path to
truth and happint3S,: the-vital ptincU
pie of our constitution. 7 chrers.'
12. The Sttvtc of NQftli-Casdlinai
Free, Sovereign and Independent, f
cheer, ' '. . , . . ' . ..
; 13.,.Jaxk5 TtuNTRi Governor of.
NortlwCarcl'na. 5 cheers.
14. The mechanic Arts mav those
-who exercise them, be always held in
the higher esteem. 6 cheers
-IS. Agriculture, Commerce and
MnufacluiTs; thellohlth, Wealth k
Strength of the Nrtions. '. 5 cheers.
16. The Daughtijs of Colombia;
Peace to their Minds, and Indulgence
to their Wishes. 7 cheers
17. Jamks MoNnoK May the re
sult of l.is present jjnssion be a cause
f rejoiciuf'-to our western trethren:
17 cheers.- -
fCT No alterations in the Trices
Current since lust Tuesd.;y
FOR TOf WU.MISG TOX,
x , . Entered,
Schooner Experiment, D. Tnmarf,
Falmouth, Jamaica left there Brier
Twins, Scott, of Nef-York,-arrived
the 13th June. Urie J.ittlc Cherub,
Applcton, of Pol U mouth, N. II. to
sail for that place.in ten day s.-- v
Brie Hero, Tcylor. ' l New YoA.
Sch'r. Betsey, M Donnefs, Charlc.ton
. Regulator, M'llhcnny, Do.
Ceres, West, . , , )o.
, "Carolina, Harvey, , Do.
's ' ! Cleared '' . fdon.
Ship Royal Charlotte, Hamilton, Len-r
The fuhfcribtri httvt ttee'ryed ly
sot oceimtr t.xptrmtni, Lapt,
iumnn from Jamnu and
, OFAr FOR SALE I
20 Puncheons high proof
A Traft or parcel of Lnhd
v. Ctnt citing 69 f tit re f
OV the head of Hear anJ lnlet
' Creek, adjoining Mn. Mo-t
land and runnirg arrofs I lie main
ro4 about fcten milei frorrt.Wil.'
mington, fixty or feventy acrei of
which is good corn land, and en
which thtre it an excellent inilL'
flrcam. Tlie'fiitiatioc if elicib!
fur a jpuolic houfr, inJ tie fsnpe i
ftipenor lo any on the fourj. For
one half 'the amount prompt pay.
ment will be resulted, ai.rfa credit
of twelve month win !a eivert for
the other half, ike puickakr ting
bond, and . ffcutitjr. For lyttrr
pirticnliri ipply to A. Halt in WiU
niinrfon, nr t the fulfctitxr o
- . Robert Howe,
. FOR SALE ;
Sj tbi fuhfer tier, in rtapinaU
: - ,-. ttrmt : 'r
Liverpool Crocjccry"' VVafc
of 'various defcriptionj afTortcd
in crates : J . ' T-::..:.
' - V ; ALSO, f-.r;-
Twbtxcellcnc 8 day CIocKs
'July u. r Wto GtLES;
TrWP Silver Watches i.Jboth out ( jionarywar,- my political opinlorr
- I of repair, werclefrat tho fub-v f during thatimportaneriod and sincr
fcriber's'hou fe aboitt 1 welye months lithe establishment of our Independence, .
fince. -The owner, by applying jlso niy Sept'onents for, the alx'feasp
and defcrlbing them, may have the v J had the hohor,to. represeni y6;l n
Watch'trsv Onvpaying the expence of
"Wiltnington, July i 2. v
Ten Dollars Reward.
RAN away "from the; Tubferiber,
at theitnputh of rNew.River, :
ab.out.the nrll ot M3V lalt, a likely
yoting isegro woman natned aA
CHAfiL of middle ne. Vcry black,4
down looic ana Ipeaks iiow; She
is the daughter of Spicer'N Sue, Who
lives In Vilmington, and very proi
bably is.jiarbourcd. about there. I
will iive th, above reward for, hav
ing the fai.4 ran:aVay 'delivered, to
me orrcureu in jau jo mat l get
her, I -will Rive a further icward
f'ddllars for tnformatitfn
which tnay lead to conviction of her
being harboured by a whitit per'fon.
; UtORGL W NOBLE.
, July ia, i8o3-3w.
Arrangements of the Mails lehoceiu
Fflyetteville iS? Wilmington.
THE HorfcMail willlcave Fay'i.
ettrville every Tuetdav at i
o'clock-A", r M- ahd'arrfve at VVil-
mirJjon on Thurfday at 1 o'clock
. . FE TVRNU'G. - .. ;
Leave Wilmii'itfion on ThurfdaV
at 6 P. M. and airive at Favette-
vine on-ounuay at nooon.
. i he Mali 5tae. -.
' The Mail Stae will leave Fay-
.rr .'.'t . o . 1 ' . t jl
moi'i every oaninuv sv luit.
rife, and arrive at Wilmington on
bUnday at 9 P.'M. r."
Leave Wilminjion every Wej-
netilay at 0 A M. and arrive at
FsyettcviUe on ThurMav at 7 P;M.
N.XC. The Uoife mail will pafr
alternately by ,uay of Elizabeth.
I own and Sampfon CoiiM-Haufe
as has been the cafe." for fosne tinc
JOHN LORD. AD. P. M.
On the 20tb inion will it SelJ, in
. IrilrriiHtttn . '; 1
A LIGHTKU and a Negro !
:To fitisf) an execution to maili-.
reeled. s ' ' '
. .: vvm. B!ii i J.voftli, Shff.
Mr j. r . . . . . ;.
On Mcndaj therst d.:j cf August n'ftt,
totU ce JM under flit Cvuit-IIoust in
H'jtmlrrtint . m
A , -THREE stcry Brick House cor-
'ner of Front' and Dock.streets.''
and all the ether real arid personal
rronerty pi James Carscft, in Brun-
L swick county, to satfify two execu-
iion 10 me directed.
Wfn. ULUDWORTIT, Shf.
ilrntntnk June 33.
aen.i M 1 .
i marinari- pi.
On AbnJjf the 6rh v,,'
. sxt, uill ht ftU .icr il t Cvwt-
Ihujt in WitmiiPlin, f,r rtlj r
ft'tvrr Ciin. ! . i .
A" 'niHEfi (le?y Brick JUfs ia,
ihe loan of Wilffiipffon, -
A fit Li'nl hVihs "IffiMOff. '
man llioeoo, orpofiie Vi!mi)ton,
John S; Well.
thrihj, ti. C, D,
"for the ;
, One rX vts
itl from CO it
J t i
3i0toi.. j,!jlv to
I IT iWylvs, Jtprd 1 4.
I.ied bv Henry B. HoVardin Market- 0N A(lle ,?reDck k"Q"? h1 M
strccti ' V name oft Bcar-uardcn, cr
. 'A piece cf land of rWwil'mmfj. which "there U a good mill fen difii-
ton. wlili the imircvrmrnr iK,., ' cient for two fiwi. on a lafliinn
n vgwtt ti.n one Nttro mm. MA
life Urn Ieic4 on auj will li fj ,d
fiiUfy faniftMjun'oni anJ jameau
ftuintd by iht UmVJ S uti.
7 the Hectors tf the Division tofr
"hindihr'the tounties ofBlodetf, Brur
wic,' Duplin, New-Hanover, Salter, i
wid Onslow . ' -A". ,
t S an Fdectipn will Uxe place in A-;.,
xgust ntxt, for aperson to represt j
you in the Congress 'of the . UuitffV'i
States, rthus oubliclr offer myself as
. a Candidate for that "important trustA;
Cdngress,aje well known ; r.therefore ,
oeem u urmccesary .amuse you
with opinions respectlngotbe origin ,o.' ,.
; motives of partitsj'hor professions of
exclusive'attachmen to -the Constitu
lion or mterests 91 enp in ajiion. , y
v My conduct shall continue uniform,
and my zeal unnsjtfjtting ior a gnuins 1
$nd rational" Republican Goyernmej!
vasguaranteeav ppr national compacts
: theConstiiutoh shall be my guitle
in 111 poimciii com;yins ma racc,
Liberty rtd Happiness of the United
States my sole object. j.
flotvyithstanding .tht! calumny .fit
Jfey IndiYiduals, I am fully confident
that tlie "present Administration oftliti
Government of the United States,. Is
.'are, economical and just, and calcvi-
lated to secure thp rights, liberties
and true interest of the people,
Should I be honored 1
with i majority
ofyouraufirages, my time andtalenU
i shall be ( invariably employed for the
interests of my Constituents, and for
the Union generally ... . . t
With tlie highest respect, jV'
rl have the honorto be,' Gentlemen,
. Your most obedient servant,' '
" JAMES GILLESPIE.
YVltMiNGToW, ItarchSy 18o3. 7
i 1 r Ib-:-:M'
To die "Elet.)rsTf : New-
i Hanover county, v .
CtSfLtMtl, v V
1TAICE this public rnethocf cf
informing "yau that' I am a
Cfntlidate for a' feat in the Houfc oT
Commons of "the next, General
Afrcmbly. SnOuld I be honoured.
with a majority of our fuff rages at'
the cnfiiing election, every exer.
tion in mj power (lull, be ufed 10
promote; the political intercd and
welfare of my conft'uiients. ,
I am, Gentlemen, ' '
with the titrrjlbtt JrefpcA,
TQurobedienrfervanT, ' ?
'' h'. - JAMES FOY..
June 23, J8o3. , 4 .
i- . . u 1 "A
Fur salct . tj 'appointment, bj Sqlixo
Wrjcaton V GeniVine Patent
--jaundice if i rrERs, ' ;
HIGHLY celebrated in all Bilti
oui complaints. , They are
cllrcmed an tifeful anJcmCicioui
Medicine by trie Gentlemen of jho
faculty, In the Nonhern.ftite,in tlx
jaundice, anJ all bilious dtfurdurs t
. ' i.LIKEWISEj v
Whcaton's Patent ITCir
! ointment, -t
' ' lathe' highcfl eftimation,' il z
certain remedy for this difagrecabt
difeifc. - . ' ; . .
W j I mi njt on, J uhe 1 6-1 m , '
F O r's'AL E,'! '
io.fo Acres of vcirtiiiit)cr,l
' Li N D
flream. A part of laid find it welt
adapted to the culture of corn aj)d,
cotton, and the rmcc il crccIim.
The termi of payment will te
madefify lb the pucclufcr. , j
1 will alio tent the upper apart-
mers of mv lloufe, Kitchen, tie.
in Market. (ircet. until the fird o:
tot terms apply to.
Wllmlnton May 19.
vTIIF. r.ihrrli hInf- . ,
js uit June term ci the v
of Plcai and Qjiarter-SefTiona, .el J
for the' county of New.llinovcr
obtainrf Lttterf ff A JinlnitlraiLi,
onthe'eftatc cfj'ohor Williann,
dcccafeJ,'tciielli all fcrfrfns i).
rtcbteJ to fsi I cdatt to nuke im-,
ineJiate, payment, anj tlvofe har
dcruanJa again! fVil (date Will'
lender ihcm to Saimitl R. Jocelrr,'
Ffn attornv fut the falf.r il-cr.
f r payment, within iht lima ' pro
fcrihctl hv ail trt 'cf A(TlOiI! it
Ljchrte msdc and prov'HeJ. '
-JANC WILLIAMS, A3:n.
1 . 'r