thoconfiictthey are greatly indebted to that
which bert know how to estimate the ,
virtues that impart civility to, manners, and
refinement to life. ' The torch
which burned o wexti npw h ab e in tl heir
I breasts has been peculiarly brightened by the
f United flame of an honest pride in you, which
1 kindled at the reQection that our native
I country boasts of- a seminary, where by the
1 ..nvtPortr of lesislative patronage, its
ff f 1 : ;k K tnnrrht to emulate
ingenuous vuuwi n5v .
the worth of their fathers, where their minds
might be enlightened with knowledge, and
their hearts impressed with a love ot justice,
morality and religion ; where they mightr
Jearn to embellish the manfy and patriotic
. endowments which constitute
character, and qualify then, to chemh - A,
mountain mmph svteaierlyS all the
arts that polish, all the chanties that sweeten
the intercourse of social lib." v""
. ' - With the utmost sincerity,
And the highest respect, ,
' I am vour humble servant,
., ' JOSEPH CALDWELL.
. On the 24th of November . (says a London .
paper) the Ameriaii Ambassador f Mr.Mun- I
roe) was introduced to her "Majesty in her
private apartment by - her Majesty's Vice-
Chamberlain, an3 conducted by Sir Stephen
Cotterrell as master of the ceremonies ;
when his' excellency delivered his creden
tials, and was most graciously received. " At
the drawing room his excellency's Ladyi
Mrs. Mimroe, was introduced to her Majesty
by lady llawkesbury. ?- '. ;
' In Congress, JFeb. 29. .
" Mr.Findlev, from the committee of elec
tiohs, made a report on the representation of
Duncan M.'Farlane, complaining of the uh
' due election of Samuel D. Purvian'ce. . The
1 report concludes with the opinion that there
Is not sufheient evidence to st aside the elec
tion of Samuel D.Purviance.
. " March 6. Mr. Randolph, from the com
' mitlee appointed to enquire into the conduct
of Samuel Chase, one of the associate justi
ces of the supreme court of the United States,
and of Richard Peters, judge of the district
of Pennsylvania, made a report concluding in
' the following manner rthat S A ?-I U E L
CHAS E, Esq. an associate justice of the
. supreme court, be impeached of high crimes
and misdemeanors. That RICHARD PE
TERS doth not appear to have so acted as to
... require the constitutional interposition of the
House. ' .
Referred to a committe of the whole House
on Monday the 12th.
SiLES AT VENDUE,
. Without Reserve.
1 A SUANlITr OF . ' ',
ELCXNGING to the estate' of ROBERT
ADAM, deceased, consisting "of arrari-
ety of articles worthy the attention of S tore
keepers in To a nor Country (if not previous
ly sold at private sale) -will be put up to sale
at Public Vendue, at the &ore adjoining Dean
isf Thurber's, on MONDAY the 2 6lh Inst. '
and continue, from day to day, until the whole
are disposed of. ";'" ."
Terms a credit of 12 months for all. sums
over ten pounds currency, giving bond with
approved security to the Executors.
Those inclined to purchase at private sale,
will apply to ",V " -v. .-;
-; . .v.'-.. JOHN HOGG.
Wilmington, 'March, 19, 1804.
KJT V O. T I C .
THE subscriber having pbtrined admi
nistration on the estates of Richard Sal.
ter and John Haynes, late of Bladen county,
' requests all persons indebted to either of the
said estates, to make immediate payment;
and all those1 having demands 'against them,,
are requested to exhibit the same properly
authenticated, within the time prescribed by
law. AMOS RICHARDSON.
. Bladen Ceuntyy March 19, 1804. '
ALL perfons incited tithe fuJcriber,
are lor the latt lime, requefled. to
m:ik payment by the Ji day of July uixf.
P-effmg emergencies render this rrqucjl in
difprnfable, and he fl itters himf, If that it
will not meet the ungrateful fate 'f his f ir
mer nitics on the fane fubjefl ; forjhould
it -unfortunately be the caje, trecejity will
compel him to refirt to the legal mod: of reco
very, immediately after that period.
--; - JOHN RELIT.
FayetlrsiVe, Mirch 20 . y.v '. .
.!rT H E fu h fcr ib -. r jAesttis 1 1 1 w f Yf -JL
turning thanks to the public fa- the '1 ".
nuragement be ret 'fare txrerded ' tr her In
th? eccuputhn ' Pul'lic llivfi Ke per ; and
injrtn the gentlemen vho have been arcttf
tm d It put up at her ho'fe, at well as, ,41
ither s; that tktycann3t ft ' m hit ptr'std fa
en'ert.itntd v her.
FOR S A L E
Under Direction of
O S H U A. PO.T I
'- ., ' - .
Wilmington. March 20,
QUARTET ,Cas!cs Sherry " Wine,;-
Hogsheads of Jamaica Rum, 1
Ditto 3d proof Ru'm'v- ' -
Casks Goshen Cheese, ?!
French Spanish lirandy in Pipes,-
Kegs manufactured Tobacco,
6 Piece Cannon 6'pounders, '
Bags of Oats,
One Case Letter paper,
Do. do. Dutch Quills
Ditto Flour, ' . ,
Grind-stones, v . ,
Sawed Lumber, .
Chests" Young Hyson Tea,
Boxes China Ware,
Ditto Spanish egars,
Ditto German Steel,
Ditto VoorcTr7fiv7;-:. v
Kegs Spanish Brown,
Ditto Lard, '
Ditto Butter, , ' ' . " '
Ditto six-penny Naite,
. " ' Paris, 15 Vend. 12 year.
! The Minister of Exterior Rtfations, fj Mr.
Livingston, Minister Plenipotentiary of the-i
I Untied States. -
IR, t".-: ..
v- Tlit: minister of marine and the" colonics in
announcing to mc that the captain of the-frigate
Laiquel," employed at I'lessinecn, had
remarked that the documents on hoard the
American vessel the Superior, capta n Silvcs
) ter W'ilion. were not drawn up in the tonus
required by the convcnUoh of the 8 Vend.
Slh year, concluded between France and the
it United States, observes to me that severs!
; GtVr American vessels, which have lately
en'.rvcd tlie ports of the republic, had not pa- I
pcrs in any better order. .
, The present circumstances and the nnalo-
V existing between the American and Eng-
lih tongues, induce the minister of marine
. tj wish tint the vessels of the United States,
Wir lw furnished with more regular docu-
mcnti in order to prevent every sort of diffi
culty. Will you, ir,1c pleased to communicate
these observations to your government that
'It' may take the necessary measuics, in ofder
" that its vessrls may expetienre 110 diffirulty
on their an Ivil in the ports of France, and in
order that nothing tnjy alter the good har
mony which prevails between the two na
tions. t a c ti prrst rn ti f t c r,fi m cmrw rl. n-V
CH. MAU. T A MX Y RAND.
Bladen County, March 20, 1804.. 310
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
"7 HERE AS some mal ciousdisposrd fjl
VV low has attempted to inj'ire rny repu
tation, by fabricating and circulating & false
report of my having ran away with a man's
wife or daughter, and induced her clandes
tinely to take with her ahorse thai, was fioi
h:r own ; J hereby oHcrthe above reward for
information which may lead to the conviction
of the pcrwm who is the author of the fuhe
hood, provided he be an object worthy of no-"
.lie'eorin any wise responsible for the damage
I hare sustained. JOHN POWELL.
Bladen Coimtj, Mweh 13, 180!-. '
THE parserhip Joseph Dean
mi Kincsi.fy Thukbkr, u.dtr
the firm tf Dean 6 T 1 utbery being d flvtd
by tut ieth the frrnr, ell perftns wh
I axe acctuKts unfeithd with J aid firm, ire
requeid it, trefnt them without delay fit
ofijvjir,nt; And till Ihr.ft tvl" are ittdei tfd
by tt jf $r tthtrwife fire requrjledh tnake
fujmciith K. 7 IWRBJ'Jt,
f irvlv'ng Partner,
'WHO OFFER5 FOR islYH
in Ibernl terms,
- - 7bc Brig HERCULES, -
A fliut and burthtrj'me f tfign bwlt trf l,
'f is t-lnt l'irlbt"'i fiunj uitb m.
blet, enehnrt end ri'i p, und mai be lent
. . . .
,m I mat
y FOlt SALK,
A T rcct nt Parcel of LAND,
Containing 695 Acres,
OA; the he idf Barren and In'.et Creel-,
ndjo'mifi Mrs: Matt 's (La cl and run
nirg ao ofs the main road tb'Ml jev-.n miles
fnm I Timing! on ; Jixty ir evenly acres tf
which is goat corn hwd and tn which thtrt
is an excellent mill Jheq-n. The filua'ivt
is e'ic'i'i'e fir a public houf, an t the range
is'ftip!rio tl any on She Sound. T F'r one
ha'f the a-nourt p'ompt payment will be te.
quired, and d credit nf twelve months will
ve giv n fir the -other, half th purclxftr
givmg bind and ftctifify, ' hi' f arther pur-
ticuLrs apply. to-A. Hall in IV ,lwnv,tu,
h toe fuhfer her Ko.key Print. '
. Mnh 13, 1804. 75 4"
FORT OF n'lLMIXQTOX.
r.Ktt.KT.n h;ce ot tAst.
f.rij Herclilc, Pcsse, Kingston, Jamaica
Sch'r Violent, Bryant. lc.
Bri Fair American, Hat, New-Yotk
T.r Sally. Jones, Kingston. Jamaica
David Sc Gtorjr, A'jccI, Jamaica
Ship I.nvina.Ciilwvll, do.
Srh'r Mohawk, Southuorth, Falmouth, Jam
Crttlina, Brnnrtt, 8u AuxnMine
h'llmjngtin, Mnb 13,' 1S04,
Fair Flay, Hudson,
i res, West,
- - Jane, JohnMon,
Sloop F.iucprizci Stan wood,
Th brig William Sc lliomas, captain
Thotim, arrived Lcre last night from St.
ptr WICKS CUJiKEXr sj.t as last
FOR SJLtlt "
;r Hlith. 31! proof Hum, niul
10 UluU. M lnfo nf (upcrior
Mut'tty recfitrd W the brig William 15
Thomas, Cspt. Thomis, from St. Kilts.
Ap; ly to ('. t- !. 1T.1.HAM. or
JThr Cap', lin or. lor!.
Wilmintw, M;rrh M, 74
The following Tracls ot Land,
THE Plantation adjoining Smith Wafh
iiig'on, on ihc Nonh halt kivir,
u.niainiiig bix huiidicJ ai d turty acre
a tout one duiidrrd of tthiili is uiulcr fence
and aiijoii.ing the rivci ab-'iit fitty acres
is fcand low gruiind, pan ot ihil UihkI
land, of a let tile foil. Ot the premifct
is a Dwelling. houfc fuHicicitt to accom
modiie a larc family, '-."'
Alfo A Tr id containing two hundred
acres on Lcwifcn Crrtk, about two tnilci
and a halt from the river ibout thirty a
crei of ihli haibcen cleared, Gloated in n
excellent t nge for cattle of l-fg.
One other tracl, conuinir.i; one h:n
Jrcd and twenty acres on North Dramh,
rear ire upper lines ol thc fiift mei.tioi.cd
A cretlit of fix monthi iU he ccn for
one half of the purcf-afe mor.cy, k iwcWe
nioMhi for 1 he remainder. IJond and fc.
cuiitf will be required fufficicnt titles
wiil be Rtven at the lift payment.
Any perfon inclining io rurthsfc, may
apply to the fubferiber, In Wilmingmn.
Januaiy 17. 3O7
A PLANTATION on the
ii!e of N, .Welt kivcr,
iiuui Wilmington, calicd
containing 12S0 acres of La d, well tim
bcredwitii pJNF-on the liplatut and CMK
tl li w-lui dn, fronting the rivr one
mi'e On wlvth is a good iwo (lory FJell-in-Hoiiicwtiniiiifhcd
Houfc, Stabic5, and a convenient Store-.
Houfc, in which 4 Swic was formerly
There are ico acrc of the land cleared,
aho:. one third low, hc rtmaindci nplanil
with a good Apple and Peach Orchard,
and a Nuilery ot Fruit Tiecs of diifcrtnt
Tor terms, apply n
Wilrning'on, Dtc' 21, 1 803,
C-T The above Plantation is firuated in
an agreeable neighborhood, and adjoins
Whi c Half Landing.
Ten Dollars llcwanl.
RAN awaj frm the fubferiber on tit
28.'; D.crmbet lajl, a AVjf ma hj
med i UM He is about 5 Jrel 8 or 9 i.
fhts tnglCtutry b'.mJP'ake! JliW and
pl.in is if $ black etwpUxti, and has a
ynsr tTit-rftirtflitrh 'feTJrirfufjcfi
ht iluttut Mr, Swan s, on'Latfjh, tr 1
PURPOSING to leave this State early
the enfuing feafon,- reqvefls all thofe
who are indebted to l;im to male payment an . .
Cf before the frfl day rf Mjy next j and
ifaff to whm he is indsbttd Jhall be paid on.-.-prefenting
HE"OFFERi f OR SALE, HIS
Retail : Slock oj G 0 0 D S,
COMP I SING A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
DRY GOODS, ' -
Hard Ware, Groceries, Liquors,
6c The purchttferwill have the pi ivilege
cf the urexpir"d term if the Leafe 'J r that
very eligible filiation, niiv occupied by
fubferiber. : , ' '
; It, Lnngdof). ,
r IF 'Imirgton, 6lk March, iSo. 74.
To the fate's in the Counties compofmg Jhe .
rDjirici cf llilmingtan and Sarr.pfon
.Ciu'nty. r . '.
CENTL E Ivt F K A N D f E L LO W C ( T I tT.K S, .
AS the election for eieCling an Ekclor
to vote for a PrcTident and Vice-Pre- .
lidcrrt of the -United State is approaching,
1 take the' liberty of prefentirg you wiili
this Addrefs', to inform you thatl am a
Candidate for that important appointment.
And believing, as I do, that the' prefent
Adminiflration ot the United States is
ptirp, and calculated to fecure the rights,
.liberties and true intereds of its citizens
lhonld I be honored with a majority -of '
yqur fiiffrages, I pledge my honor to -vote
for Thomas Jrffekson, to be Prefi
dent.or the United. Spates.
As for Vice-Prelidcnt, I am not prepa
red at -this time to fay who will vote for' ;
as .the .gentlemen who will he candidatea-
tor that ofRce are not yet known. ' ..
. .J am, Gentlemen,
Your moll obedient . -
Duplin,'! eb. 1804. 71
- N O TIC E.
ALL perfns Indebted to tie firm tf
Hooks 6 Slocimpv hereby rt
q"eji(d ti mate Irnvredijlt payment to Sed
grove C7 Hookit who are authorized 1s re
ceive payments end give d:J charges.
- Huoks & Slocumb.
March 6, 1 804.
ll'ilmhglun. All matters nf Vf),U, end
then are be'eby f ,rwarntl haPiurirg, em
ptying or fh ppi'gjaia Jve Jtn.
t will pay any perjon tvhi will apprehend
faid nifro and detivrr him io , or hdge
f-m in ft ilm'mgtin gtol Jo that I gel him,
the above reward and alt tffonMe ibd'get.
MorgjnCreii, Feb. 7, 1804. 70
HTHE blliP BELFAST, Gaudse
L . 'tnaJl-rIFill fail In ab.ut Twenty
Ds. titty or feventy Bales e COi ION
would (if 'JJered immediately) be talen on
right, on leaf on able lermt. Jpply f
Feb. i8, 1303.
tin reasonable terms,fr Prompt payment,
Ttadl of Laod m the It ate
of TcuotTte, containirg one ihou
UihI acrci, on the Waters of KcJ Ricrt
anl Spring Crtfk, adjoining the furvrys
of John Elliot and Mr. Shcloy. The a.
hove tract of land Iks within 7 miles of
Ciatkivillc, and istqual in ferttjity of foil
and tange 10 any in its neighbouihood.
For terms apolf to
WPmirjton, Dec. aoth, 1803.
State of North-Carolina, i
Cumberland County. J
WHEREAS 'James Lundy, rf this
C urly, kat this day made oath be
fore me, John M njliw, Lfq, ene of the
Julices cf the Peart for aid eoUty, thulort
the S'h tf this irfluht, at night, JOHN
SLOAN and CODFRir HOOKER,
broke Gaol end are nil yt apprehended
re, in Ike name cf the State, I charge
yiu and every cnefy,H to make I ue and cry
hr llcm i find if ytu flail flnd the faid
bloa and Hotter, tht thtn you ofprebind
them and bring them lelo re fome 'juflice tf
faid county wh:re they flaljjie apprehended,
to be dealt u it h as the Ju dircflr.'
Chen ut.de r my land, ibis 23V day nf
Ftbiuaty, 1804. 11
J. IFJNSLOir, D. j:
,'Tcn Dollars Reward. '
RUM away from the fuhferiber, about
the I5li5c ptember lad, a negro mart
reamed HALLEY, 5 feet 8 or 9 inchoa
high, 33 or 24 years ot age, well made and
.oLcgm inoa complexion -lie Js-wcll-
known in Wlln ir.gtcnard its neighbour- "
hood. 1 will gi'c the above reward for
hiving him delivered tome or to the jailor
o this town.
lMaflcrs of vcflTels and all other perfons
are fotbid harb'iring, employirgor car
rying him away.
AVilmineto", Oclobcr lB. .
A ftw Mill Cranks for fait, ly
Willkings, Scott 6 Co.
F,b. 1. 11
On Taeflay the loth day tf Mirth next,
will be flJ, tn Execution, under the
Csurl lUvft in ll'i'mingt'.n, the JolttW.
ing preperty t viz,
A Saw-Mill o Murc'i Crtt, tv'ilh the
lands Hereunto belonging, the" property
tf 7. B White.
(y Acrtt tf L md adjoining Mr. Rittef s
and Xoaerti adjoining Arthr Harper,
Lg Cfttt, the pr.ptrtj fwitt II tUnn.
' 220 'Acttt tf Land, i y miles from IViU
ningtm en the main rh'd t Neubtr, lb
tr'ftily of U'm. Ki-r. -
Wm. IlLUDWOUTH, Sbrif.
New IIatitur Countyi , 7t 1804.