NOMINAL PRICES CURRENT,
At JFiMtfcroy, April 17, 1804.
, ., from . To .
Dls. Cts. Dls. Cts.
BACON per cwt. 9
Bu,Uer per lb. scarce,
Cotton ner lb
Coffee per lb. ;
iorn per uuauvi,
i Flour per barrel,
Xumb'ef per M. plenty,
JW. o. hhd. staves,
R. o. do. do. .. do.
W.,o. bl. do. rough,
Shingles per 1000,
Molasses per gallon,
Pork per barrel, plenty,
Rice per cwt.
Rum, W. I. pr. g. 3d p.
... Jamaica do. 4th do.
N. E. do.. none
Tobacco per cwt.
Tar per barrel,
. -i- 4
A VESSEL or two to load fot Norfolk,
V'irg. jot -Uhich a liber J price will
Thomas J. Deatty.
April ij, 1804. - aw.
THE. f ubferi hers brrtby - give notice ,
that they havl qualified as Executors
h thela'l will andtflam.nt of.Jofph D an,
dictaJedAil perfms indebted to th: tjlate
of the faid-JojepLare.rtquired to make piy
ment ; and all ,perfws having demands a
rainfl it 'are required to make them ktown
huHbinthi time prf crib ed by (be Acl of the
utnerai ijf.mfiy. entitled. An act tt a.
friend an a3 entitled an acl concerning pro-
Under Direction of
JOS HU A POT T Si
Wilmington, April 17, 1804;
QtlARTER Casks Sherry W'mej
Hhas. Molasses, ; " "
Ditto- 3d proof Rum,
Pipes Spanish Brandy, -Pipes
Chests Hyson Skin Tea,
Barrels Philadelphia Flour,
Boxes brown Sugar,
Crates Liverpool Ware
Kegs manufactured Tobacco ,
6 Pieces Cannon 6 pounders; .
Bags of Oats, - . ' ,
One Case Letter paper, - '
Do. do; Dutch QujIIsj -A-Barrels
Sawed Lumber, ' '
' Spars. . I.'''
Chests Young Hyson Te7
Boxes China .Ware, .
Ditto German Steel,
Ditto Cotton Cards,
,'Ditto Wool Cards,
. Kegs Spanish Brown,
Ditto Butter, " "
Ditto six-penny Nails,
FREIG HT WfNTEd ' " rendering" the least service to our country
F.c,;,n .u 1 ..... y c r Ai '";:"' In . such a dilemma, too painful to relate, the
or Sa.mBartholomews or SamtMaruns. kg of the United tateJ was strilck.
ryHE Schooner Frtcndfhip Cpt. J dm 4 wam of coura c can never be imputed
X Mathews, burthen 128 tons.. -is nry , wheretHere is no chance of resistance; DU-
tompweiy reaay to receivcwoasjor etiner oj tressin jtWas indeed, to brave minds, to bfe
the obove places. For terms, apply to .
, WHO HAsToR SALE,
2'00 S.imls Tar, .
40 do. Pitch
o do. tok;
ji jev) H:gjhmds ani Barrels SUGAR,
AJnA Jew hags COFFEE, a id
400 Btifbels Indian Ljrn..,,
April g, 1804. ' x 70
obliged to surrender without having had art
opportunity of defence, some fanaticks may
say that.blowing the ship up would have btert
the proper result. I thought such "conduct
would not Stand acquiUed bejbre Cod or
man, and I never, presumed to . think I' had
the liberty of pultihg to death SOO feouls, be
cause they were placed under my command,
andthose persons who argiie thus, to have
been in bur situation, would no- doubt have
had very different ideas. Although I feel
conscious that my conduct will bear the ni
cest investigation, yet I Jam no stranger to the
censures of an ungenerous world, and the
regrets and mortifications which are incident
1 to a change, of public opinion; which does
not nlwdvs follow meritorious exertions : and
who are inaebtea to htm to make payment n an actfdent although becasioned by circii'mi
or before the firjl day of May next t und . stances which no prudence could foresee or.
thnjeto whom he it indebted jhall be paid on valour controul, may weigh against years of
PURPOSING to leave this State ea'rly
the'enjuing feafoni requejls ell tboft
prifenling their accompts.- ,
HE, UFFEKb FOR SALE, HIS
Retail Stock of GOO D S,
COM PHI SING A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
arduous services ; . yet I have . a consolation
in believing that myjriends are too sircere
to let adversity of fortune change their opi
nion." ' . .
By, Information" rfectived from NeW:IIamp-
Hard Ware, Groceries, Liquors
ticThe purch'ftr will have the p ivilege
cf the uneXHr'd tetth j the Leafe of I but
very tliiole fttiialion nuw occupied ly the :- legislature will be republican
JF.hiigtoh, '6t'b Manh, 180. 74
m mil imp ! M
- Marfliai's Sale
shire, on which we believe great
may be placed, there is the greatest proba
bility that Mr. Langdon is elected govemof
bf that state, and that a majority; of the ncxt
By the re-
turns received frqni.several towns, it is ascer
tained that a considerable change in favour
bf republicanism" lias taken plate in New
O-V Monday, tte ad day of April, vsVl
fe Jld, for gold or fther coin, the
THE partnerfhip if Joseph. Dean
ani KiNGSLEX I HURBER, undir
the firm of Dean 6 T'urhr, beine dtjMved
VA A- hrm-r. all ttrl.ns whi Briir V AIK AMbKlvAN, at he n w
vg if wills and granting letters of admi- uavt ac,tUnis unfettl d with laid firm', ure Hes, ut Mr.Be.iW s wharf , with ktrlkte
mti it ntlA. t.A irk AjIh' I ti J m 1 4 1. . . . . . It V -1 e - t f r ' . J it.- U . 1 K M .1 l L .. .!. J A
f,yi..i..-i, . (...i. y.onKi m ioi ma, requeffed to prel nt tttm wiin'jut aeiay jot ad apparel, i2C,oei'g j,rjevsa it ur veicu wim mc, uu mc wmuww nu
mgem'nt of infejlate's rflates"othirwife uti,Jmrt.--Jtnd all thJe who are indebted United States. " . door frames secured by fire proof coVcring:
"i-bynuttor'othsrwft arcrequefte4 trwaU Terms of SJe-Cafhr-
The corporation of Norfolk, in consequence ,
bf the late dreadful conflagration which they
have experienced, have ordered that no per?
son shall be permitted Sn future to build any
house, kitchen, kc. in the borough but what
is made of cood bricks or stone, the roof co-
they will be barred by the operation of fat
T. O. WRiGHT.I
; R. BRADLEY, Execuhri.
J. HARTlViAN, J
Wilmington, oib fiptil. Hei. Ro -4
1 70 BE SOLD,
On Wednesday, the 18th inst. on a Credit
f of Six Months,
All ihe Perfonal Eft ate of ..
Jofeph Dean, decsafcdcotififling of three
The brig Hercd'es,
1 DRY GOODS, .
' ' . A Negro Fellow,
' , Jlnd fundry other Articles.
J. G. VVRIGHTn
R. BRADLEY, Executors.
J. HARTMAN, J
April ic, 1804.
K. i HURBER,
furviv ng partner.
LAURENCE A DORSET. DM.
f Wilmington , N. C. April b, 1 804. 79
WHO OFFE'-O FOR SALE;
rn Ltt rat terms,
ibe Brig HERCULES,
A fliut and burOnnfmt fi"ign bh veff I,
of 2l tens burthen' is Wfll found wi'h ia.
The following article contain! the. sctti
ments and proceedings of Genera! Dessa
llucs, and his Officers, respecting their future
operations in the island of Hayti.
VOli IS ALE;
PLANTATION on the S. Weft
of N. Welt River, 36 milei u-..-i
WilminMon, called ; "H'-n o utAiit.
C ' H'U ' Army Indigenous. -ThU day the first of
j. ...... January 1BU4, me general in chiel 01 the army
piano ana vni cessary measures lor estauiishing the hapii-
on the low-Iaiidi, fronting the river one ness of the country, having made known to
mile On which is a good iwo oryDrll the generals assembled his. true sentiments,
ing-Uoue,wcll fintlhcd Kitchen, Smoke- toaure forever to the indigenous of Hayti
permanent uvcrniiicni, uic HDjctl OI Ills
11 . ., j smj Mm k. t,i ,...., . . jaiiuai t lout, uicKviicrai 111 cuici 01 me ai
bUt anchors and rt g, and may tefent nJQ MUh of Lan(3 WcH ,im. convok7ed for lhi5 purpose bf taking the
to fttsata jmallexpence. bered with PINK on the uplami and OAK cessary measures for establishing the ha
frUurfJ 10 t'mtk t m.m Houfe. Stables, and a convenient Store
U , 1 ,V 1 ;;V " ; ' II... in -t. . fnrmMw most lively solicitude, and which he has done
tW. be fold l the Court. Houfe , ! " "h.ch itc formeHy in a discoursc UndiHg to c6nvty ,0 forelgri
Brunfvuk County, to pay theUxese P. .. .. - r C j I 1 power hi reaoiution to render the country
hereon for the year i8oa 1 her,ire, oo acres of the land cleared, independent, and to secure to it the enjoy
" J . a ' i . . i t . " ' wi.jwj -
60,000 fere' cf JUiid. the brUerti tt anout one unru low, tne remainaei tipianu ment of a libertr consecrated bv the blood of
. ...... i u 1 1 . ...... . .
J.hn 0. Bl'.unt. wnn goou nppic ana 1 ccn wrciniu, ihepeople of hi ihnd ; and after having co!
Jolin Baptifte Gabriel Dnyen.
! House Carpenter Ic Millwright.
O FFERS hisfervices to the InbMuntt
of this Town an J its Vicinity, andfi
licit s employment in eifhfr or bub of his pro
fiffiont. Being an iniire Jl'ungsr he ha
mthinr t$ recommend hint to thrfivtr'tf'
tb-pyoiic, hi trijejjnm 0 a intrust t now.
'. 5. ORESSETT. Sheriff".
April, 1804. 78
PLino Forte--For Sale,
A well twed patent ftconi.hanionc.T'hf
Price in Cufh is Nif ty Jive Dollars,
. April 9, i8o4. 79 4w.
.- 1 Z. iin.tuivvi iiijitMiiu, diivj liter Having tui
and a Nuffery oi Fruit Trees of different lectedthe opinion of each, demanded that e-
TAKEN UP ,
SSaf btttl7dXA AJ committed to the Gaol of
uhi maf favir him with Wirk
lyilmingttn, April iftb, 1804.
this county, on the I inlt.
ANEQRO man, wh calls h'tmfetf John
Mitchell, Jays be isf ret (but without
P'ptrt tij10uittJ and eeme to this i;wn
frtm Char If ton, Siuth-Canlim, in Junu.
a y lift, bt laid, that be formerly lived
For terms, apply to
Wilmington, Iec. 21, 1803.
T The above Plantation is fituateJ io,
an agreeable neighborhood and adjoiui
H - Hill Landing . .
;WA N.TE.D, .
' One or two Apprentice to the
Priming Ihilineiv .
Trom U)o is year of age. Apply at this
Tor Sale at this Offct.
with Air. Edwar J Cnts, f Chart, fl
Thtf.ld nrgn Id 1 kttn fince at fei, and
I Tcii, Dollars Reward.
J. 28.A D cembet lad, a Negro man na
ve d TOM He it about c feet 8 or o
i ... . . ' . w .
I "' "riJfucf Jtiw mna juji rnnrufi it I ci pgrf, til li tbtUl 21
fmn-is j yut comptexM, ana tas jetrt ef egi,pve feti.nfin.o in height,
fier ,n tbejih of hi nije. It it Juppofri thm vfge, Jrt wt.lly hair, and fat ftme.'
be a -hut Mr. Suan't. on Catbjbi or in th'mt like the atpeare. tf r,i u.
sir. -:,,,,,. Jll .:;. --J. i .f ...i:.t i. .7 " ..'" ' V"". Pi
In a fetter from Capt. nlnbfidge to Com
modort Preble, dated 12th Nov. after parti
culiruin thedetptrate titiutlon of the fri
very one of the generals present, should take
the oath to renounce France forever, to die
rather than Jive under Us domination, and
to combat with the last breath for indepen
dence. The central anirriated with these.
sacred principle, and having given their u
nanimou concurrence to their well devised
projectof independence, have all wom to
"poMcriy, and to-lhe, whole unlvenc, to rc v
iiounce for ever the authority of France, ami
in Aim rlir il..u Ittv utiilcr 111 OOmin-
tion. Done at Oonaive the, firtt dy of the
independence of Hay li, I t January, 1 804
Here follow the signature of desialines,
Clervaux, ChrUlopbc, Petin, Giffrard, Vcr
nct, Gabart, (Divuionary Generals,) P. Ro
tnaln, J. Capoix, Sec. Sec. Sec.
IK TBI NAME Of TOK tlOtlt Of
We, General !n chief of the armic of the
late of Hayti penetrated with the knowlege
of the good ervice which we have experien
ced from the genera! In chief, John Jamea
Deilinc,the protector of the liberty which
1 enjoyed by the people, in the name of in-
gate, Uefire he trock to the enemy, aayt i dependence, and In the nam of the people,
iw r. every nope wa iiea ci our
injr able to get her off, and not the least
whom he ba rendered happy i We procUimf
lim Governor ueneral of ilayti, for life, and
m.rM Jnypnfm knowing of chiming th
I will pay any perf on wS will eppuhtnd tfmfaU negro, U reaped t, (mi ftr. and aw no alternative but !our v
ft4 negro and de.mtr him to mi, or lodge wW and make known the fame , pt, (h. coming prHoner toTripolii ac
, m f n u-mior, pu jo iw i get tim, get unsuke him av,y, othtrwife be vW fo " " "lied, when they were tinani- K,Te him the right to proclaim wr, to muko
Ibe above riviard ami mil rl.m:hl . 1,11 .tt, ,... .i.'-.n. ' tninil nfiku
- yrivi, ii!f( Ilrlf fl IV frf( VfMHVII llltl II tl Mt irwaiwfts
oar trnemy, e promUe to n imoliclt obedience to the
te ntnally lc- )Aw iuued under hi hi amhoritv. the onlv
council of the one which we ihill ever acknowledge i We
... -------- c- -; -
MirZa C'etk, F4. 7, 1834. , jotf
1, t i. !! I
jwm ouuiyan, uaoler.
"ft'ih, 1804. .79.
peace, Sc to riomtnat bit uccrtor. Done ft,
heaiWiartcr at Gonairet, the lit Janurry,
fr u to gel her off the rock, and that con
tinuing in our situation would only be aacri--1804, first day of ihie Independence of HaU.
ficing live witliout affecting our enemy, or Signed kc. (a above)