1 rpircntly n more, blowing very hard,
hoiiIJ not afltft her. r . . '
Six davs 3go, cap. Glad, -fpoke a fbip
r6 liays from Bordeaux. . .bound -ToBahi--,v
'ire. The 'captain informed that- the
J'titifli had Taken-.potfefllor of the Cape of
Good Hope. ' s-5 ' 1 ' ;
PORT OF WILMING70N,
January 2?. . u, ,. .
EMTERKD SINCE .OUR XASt.
Ship Adamant,' Willsoh; ,' .' . .'New-York.
Louisa, CaroVmcSteim, SU Thomas's.
Brig Acteon, ,Mascm, " jNevr-York.
Marcraret, MLeHati,' t :; St." Vincents.
THIS day . at 3 o'clock will be foM
without referve, on London's wharf,
about 70,000 feet of Boards & Scantling,
in lots to fuit the putchafers ; to be paid
for on delivery, . in 3d ; Proof . Rum,
v m - '
7C cents, Molalics, ,1 at- 50 cents,
Sarah Ann, Sarh6fi;'
. Enterpfize,, Lovell
, Coin mbi a, M asb; ' '
Catharine, ' Bucknanv,
. Jane, Do'ckendorf,
Two. Friends, Mull
Ceres, Freeman, : V
"4 - Betsey, Brings, .,
Sch'r. Venus,' Bryant, ; . '
V r. ditto.
N ' ditto.
' St. Croix,
- St. Vincents.
. .-.5. . ??? r5,.
jr nenosinp, rauerson, Dt. i nomas s.
,, ; St. Proix.
St, , 4 bomaa's.
Caroline, Land," , , .
Stock,' Patterson, '.
Cynthia,'" Alimry, ,
' Nancy, Domett,;
Sloop Polly, ,Darrell,
Ship. Pandora, Lang, "
Rose in Blpom, Burdick, St. Thomas.'..
Brig Merchant, Perkins, " Dominicr..
Sch'r. St. Patrick, Bickford, t(VTrinidada'.
good Sugar ar:. 10 doiJs. .50 cents, an
approved Bill : on anyarrrof ihprCon
tment, or Warn. vi
Tuefday, January 11.
FOR SALE, ;
rft low whole fate prieer,
The following articles lately imported and
now landing trom feveral rellels, viz.
RUM, from St. Croix, Grenada, An
MoUlles, trom Antigua and navannan,
Sugar, Mufcovado, trom St. Croix, Tri
nidad and JJemararav
On the 25th ult. capt ason, in the brig
Columbia, "was brought ' tp , by a privsteiT
schooner under English colours, and order
ed to send his- boat on board, but hia crew
-being neirty all sick he was unable to comply,
and the privateer sent her boat on, board the
Columbia, and forced capt. Uson,' with his
papers, to leave his vessel to the nvrcy of a
gang of sea robbers, who, after making a ge
neral search, took away all his fresh provisi
ons, spunyarn, spare canvas, toolv &c. tc.
When captain Maon ras carried on board
the privateer, tluy hauled down the English
colours, and s&id they were Spaniards. Af
ter much abusei and a detention of about two
hours, he was sent On board Sis own Vessel
Avith liberty to proceed on the voyages
The brig Dane, captain Sehe rmerbom, 27
days from New-York, bound to Savannah, be
ing short of water, put into Fort-Johr.ston,and
on the 15th inst. she was ready tp proceed on
her voyae. She touched five times in com
' ingover the bar, but received no injury.
The sloop Sally, Patterson, from Dcmara
ra, ladened with sugar, Sec. is cast away on
tho beach, near Lock wood' Folly ' Cargo
saved. , .. -
The schooner Sally, capt. Jonathan Sker
ry, 35 days from Salem', bound to Charleston,
having lost her foremast in a gale, put into
Fort-Johnston in digress, on Friday last.
On the 16th inst. in kit. 53 14, long. 78,
captain Skerry spoke the schooner United
States, Piltrnan, 27, days from Newbcrn,
bound to Charleston, short of provisions.
The schooner Nancy, Doggttt, which ar
rived here cn the 18th inst, I day fromSa-vnnab-!fMar,
saiTcd n company with the
chooner Detsey, Hammond, of New-York.
I It there the ship Chatles Cate r. ,
i f Norfo!k, diitrharging ship R6e, Priblc,
jl Boston, eted on ar roont of havjng con
irabandgooUon board; ship Betsey. MM )ou-
gall,' of New-York, waiting for freight ; brig.
llangc, rorriMcr, 01 2Sew-iork, to sail in 10
tlnys. Left at Montego Bay, Jan. I, brig
Jane, Hust, of Boston, and brig Wuhington,
of New-York-' On the 13th instant, off Tor.
tola Keys spoke the brig Louisa, Donaldson,
from Jaqucmet, bound to Philadelphia.
Id 10 so
Ditto Hav.annah white, from N?(Tau,
Coftee, from DemarYra and Havannah.
, IN STORE, .
Barrels !oat fpgar,
Barrels brown ditto,
Kegs 8J. natis, v " " .
Kegs, brads and fpf igs? aJTorted
Kegs'Spanim brown, in oil.
Boxes and bundles fteijl, aflbrted,
Boxes China tea Tetts, 1 .
Boxes Spanifli fegars,
Cafes men's coarfc hats.
Trunks.moflins, humhums &c.
Coils cordage, feveral files,
Hand, mill (tones, good quality,
Grind Clones, , various fises.
Tobacco, floury pork, beef U bees-wax.
. Apply to ' , ' : 1
JESSEE WINGATE, or
Wilmington", January 22, 1805.
ALL pcrfons who have given bonds or
.note lor purchafes raacie;atjbe dif-
ttrent (ales of (he eflatc of the late John
Burg win, deceafed, and all others who
are indebted to faiJ eftitr, are rcquefled
to come, forward and make payment to the
Executors who will otherwife.be, under
he nccciTity . of commencing fuits againft
ihcm without diflinttibri, "
Wilmington, January 22, 1S05.
To be Rented or LeafcJ, .
THAT valuable Plantation on' iha
Nxth.Eail, called CASTLE
IIAiNLS, con-rainiriff upwards of oo
acres ondei fence. For terms Apply u
JOHN F. P.URGW1N.
Wilmington, Jan. 23.
N I NE Hundred
to load for one port
i f Englanda liberal
price will be giyto 1
by - ..- '
Tliomas I. Bcatty.";
Wilmington, Jan. 8, 1805. 4w.- .
AleKndcr C. Miller, - -
-.Wilminrt6n. that he vtll gtve leisons. in
Draining and Painting three times a toeek er of.
Verier if preferred, 'at their Dwellings, on the
terms that lessons are given for the Piano Forte.
If three of more wish to receive instruction at the
samefiour, Mr. Afiller will attend on the terms
that he does at his lodgings. For terms apply at
Mrs. Vance's, Princess-street.
Wilmington, Jan. 8, 1 805.
To the ' Parents end Guardians of young Ladies
in Wilmington and its Vicinity.
TWO Ladies (the mot her Unci daugh
ter) lately' atrived from FranceV;
now refide in Nev. York, and havernany
young Ladjes as. boarders, whom they in
hiuct ,in the aits of Emhr'derj, !hiftcf
and Painting, ,alfo, ihe French Language
DICK'S HOitl. .
THE Subcrifor informs Lis Friend.
and the public in gentralt thai he bat
taken tht large and cvnmoditus BriclHoufe
lately occupied hj Mrtr-Maky tn the eoft
Jide ij Fnnt-Strtef, a J(W iltzrt ycrthof
the Court-Hwfe in Wilmington,'1' and it-"
entertain gentlemen Travellers or private
Boarders. As he hut teen for a cnfida
ble time fuccrfi fully engaged in Sufinefs ef
this kind in Fayctteville, be flatters birhfeif
I) jlrict -attention anA-jswjlant-fufpijiS
the beft articles the place sUiill cjfotd, 'to 'f a
able to grvejaiisfacthn, $ thoje U'.'-'t
favour Aim with their cuflom. .
. dick., ;,
fttlmiriotoh Del. if. '"' '"' "
1 v . ' t 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 11
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
. By thcbtupl Po).7.& HwCy, irni licio,
And now opening in the .Stoic la t el y occu
pied by Mr, Jjhri .Skuter in Market
Street, next door to Mras. John (J
A GENEUAL jiSSORT.MEXT 01T
-But frnilin;; the cliirate of
A HOUSE in Tour's A ?y lately
oi'cnpied by Captdih Ct
Wilmington, Jan, 22
.4.: : ,
BACON Per cwt. .
Butter per lb. caVte, '
Cotton per lb.
CoMVe per lb. vjrart '
Com TKt bushel, I
Meal, do , "'I I 35
Flour r barrrt, new 1 t- . 'r
Lumber per M. Plenty, 1 1 it -
V. o. hhd. staves, i$ ,' '
It. o. do. do. do. 12 . :-t4
W. 0. bU do. rough,. 10. .1 4
Shingle per 1000, I .
M J.nts per gallon, 70 75
I'oik ptr barrel, . IS U 30.
Hire jn-r cwt. .4, JO4 .71
Hum, W. I. pr.g.Srtp.
-Jamaica tr,4lh do. JO
N. P.. d. plenty, en '
Tobacropir cwt. S 55
Tar per lurrt l, ' I 8 J
Turpsninv, 1 Id
Wanted at thUofli-e an ipprcntice lo the
)'rintiif: Hv4tiics. .
Ftrt JUnsint Jan. 2oth, 1805
THE tn ops of this Garri&on will he
paiJ off on Saturday next. All
dikharged Soldiers will be allowed ile
traveling expences by retailing httler
on that day.
. JOHN GRIFFIN.
WHEREAS divtts peifonsha r for
funic lime pad, been in the habit
ot driving anJ (hooting on the plantations
and grounds of Callle Haynes and" the
Hermitage, and thereby have injured the
fences and dcitrbyed the (lock this is to
forewarn y one from either driving or
any wav irespailini; on the fatd grounds,
as (houid they be'difcovercdj they will be
profeCMtcd as the law directs.
JOHN F. BURGUIN.
Wilmington, Jan. 21. tf
Ten Dollars Keward.
Ty AN Awa from the Subscriber on
LV the 7th loft, a Uigro tnaa named
1 QUASH: he is about Tweoty.five yeast
old, five feet icq or eleven, inches high.
The above reward Will be given to any
pei fun who will deliver him to iheSobfcri
her. Maflcts of telTeli are forewarned
from employing r carrying him away,
Wilmington, Jan... if
' T0 hlNT,
A DWELLING Houst on the West tide
of Front-atrect, and a WareHoute on
the wtrf. Apply to
January is.- JOHN BRADLEY.
THE lite Mr. Bilhoo leot fome per.
fon in town 1 fitt of Htfrtefs belong.
Ing to the Company, and a late edition c(
Park vn Infurancei whoever It in pof.
fcHiott of either, will plesfe to leave their
names at the CmmtinK.Raxjrn of the Sub
fcribert. ISAACK3 U S1MSON.
Wilmliijtoa, Jan. i$.
too cold, ."they, are d ,'firou's of. removmg
to Wilming'on, provided they can be af
fured of fsip-j-ort in teaching the arts of
their profellion. They fpeak Ene;rtfli "
which may he confidered effential in the
jnflrudlion of the French Language.
Parents and Guardians who are defirouS
of having their daughters and wards iri
n'ruited by ihofe ladies, are foliated to Hg
sify the fame in writing to Mr. De Chan
la, at Ortou and fbould fulUcient cn.
couragement offer, they will come on in,
March next, with recommendations from
the firft families in New-York,
Wilmington, Jan-. 15, i8o5
yV'LL Pcrfons having deraands again fl
XjL the Sublcriber are requefted to bring
them forward for fcttletnenV; and" all
-thofe indebted to htrrt are required to
make payment op nr before the firfl of
March next. .Thofe who fail to comply
herewith "will be indifcriminatcly fued im
mediately" after that period.
. ? .BENJAMIN EVANS.
Wilmingfon, Dc. 24. tf.
IN confsqtience of having feme txpec
taiion of moving to LouiGana next
Spting, I offer for fale, two thouTiml
Accs of Land, lyfng inthe County of
Bladen, and one thoufand (1 hui.Jied Jud
forty in the County of N. Hanover, which
will befoul at privi'a fale on r before
the 2:ti day of December, i8o
Ncw-HaTiOver, Dec. 2... tf. . '
'Ten tTolUrs Rrward.
RAN away irom the tabfe'tiber's
Mills, pear Lumberton, on the 3d
Deccui'nr, 1 Go i two negroes; Argyll
aud his wife Bkunetta Arjllisa well
nude. Itllo'.v-; about C f??' 7 or 8 uches
h'&h VCiti old, yellow complexion,
and ci"y m...': pi'.ted with the fms)l-pox,
by vihiclt 'ic loll one eye. Bmnctta is a
very !air;e wench, a lit'le p ttcU with the
f .fia'.L;" x. ud very black corrp'exion ;
Die i vitll known in th: town ot Wil
i minute:'. andFiVsMeviHc, beirg once the
' or.-iieriv of Mi. S.Shaw, uf or near WU."
The beve reward will b paid to any
jctfon apprehending them and lodging
them in any voal in North.Carolir.i, fo
tlut I pet thirr or One Hundred Dollar!
r r .1 .!. I - I k..
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON, -
Which, they offer tor Sale On moderate
' terms for Cafh or Country Produce.
CHRISTOPHER DUDLEY CO.
IVtlmngton, Aov. 13, 1804. 410.
LIST OF LKTTBHS
Remaining in the Post-Ojiee at Wilmington, .
. January 1, 1805. '
a T C)BER T ADAM and Co.
JLV William Adkihs, SamusJ
Afh, elqr the Hon. Samuel Aft ' Cot.
Samuel Alh, 2. ,- - .
B. Richard Baker; .Care of John ,Ga-
mache; John Blanks, Ifa3C Biker, Brunt- 'l
wick county ; Timoihy Bloodworm, De
non Bafl;e, captain Avery Bill Thomas
Brothwell, captain William Brend,' carg
of William Giles j Mrs. Henrietta Bern
r,ardr Sy I vefter Bowers, Peter Byncburgh,
oook iti'erj James mownlow ; ,
C. Ellen Crayton; Mr. Coxeter,
James Couke, Thomas Cowan, Ansi .
Cumrains, captain Chapleigh, Mil Eli
zabeth Cutlar, 2 ; Flora Colyio, Francif
Cartrigbt,. Marfden C4rapbell, Mons.
St. Craig, J. Wdlfon and Robert BidcHe,
ExcCMtors of the eltauof R. and J, Ha
milton. ' D. Mr, Dntet, Edmund Doiyj'Joho
Davis.care ot !I. Kelly', Mis. Mary Du
boicc, caro of Mr. Fergus Andrew Dun
fon. E. Richard Emberton, captain JoGah
Eldridge, Mrs. Sarah Ellis, Samuel S.
F. John Fleming, 2.
G. John Gale, Robert Greerfon, cap
tain Bcry Gammon, James Gillcfpie,
f II. Caleb D. Howard, Abner Hop-,
ton, Dcdor Jonathin Huabell, EJmund
Hanllcy, Richard H6lme5, captain Tho
rn s Hin;er, 2 ; Samu HafT.v, WHUim
HuIdeiilon, John Hogg and Co. N'uho
las arJ Hodg:s, Doclor Nathaniel Hill.
J.- Eliza Jones, Thomas Jones, on
board cj tain Rutheiford ; Mr. Johnfloo,
Damnaiion Ally ; lltnry Jocelyn, Hin
too Jurors. . . -
K.. . Alexander Kerr, carpenter An
gus Kerr, the Rev. Robert Keir, Ecna
jah KinK ;
L. Mr. Ltbcnne, James Laikins,
M ' Roer Moore, : Jt feph Milletr ,
Alexander M'Cal!,a ; Clurlrs B. Mor-
SI V VI t a? a
ris, captJtn ivjarua, loan j. Morris
on prooifHf. their being hatboureJ by any ;LWiHim M'LJlan and Co. William
white i.rrfonr MaHert of veUcli are can.
tioned oot to take them awty or employ ,
them, under the penalty of the law. j
Mtilvillt, Jjimirj 8, 1805. '
' Ten Dollars Keward. .
RUN away from the Subfcribcr on
Tuefday ihe 13th Nov. a negro man
well kcown by the name of Scott's JACK,
about 5 fcei laches high, 35 ycartifxe ;
the little finger of one ot his hands it
crooked He. it fuppcCrd-to be Jerking a.
.bout Wilmington The aoove reward
will be paid for delivering the faid Negro
tome in Sampfon .County, or frcurtng
him in jail, fo that I get Mm. Mtttert
ot vtlfcls and others are hereby forwarned
fiom harbouring, employing or earning
him away. DAN. WILLIAMS.
Sirrfoo County, January 1$,
Five Dollars Keward,
RAN awajffontkt nATibtr,ling at In
hnd Otek Mills, in AVw-r tvnly,
imt he 30.A utt. wi(W lh tVil prxxxationi
David Uarkm, on ejfrtnittt kj about 14
years of age, ef jfaireompltiion, and hght rti
Kairt 4 ftet I or 8 inches high had cn mhs
he went away fight etlovrtd lradLk short
eoat tJ pantolu."tihoeer vtl tale vpsaiJ
tunawy and dthitr him to me or the Jailer in
Wdmimgton skaU retnte the W regard.
George Weir, '
January tt 1104 1 v.
Mid -flcttin," care of Daniel A t hotJ, caplairi
....... . . . . a . . a '
William M'Keel, ef th&briR Wancy, 2 ;
Gcorce Mathews, care of Mr. Fontain ;
Ann MiTcr, Jo'in M'Ky.
N. Racluel Newkiikjoho D. Ncl
fon, captain; I .
O. Johu Oglcfbery, Uaclufmith, Cy
rus Oldridge. -
P. Captain Robin Pel tit, 2 ; JofcpW
Prince. Thomas Playtr, capfain John
Peaxcy, 1, care of Joceiyn and Gautier j
Pcgy PoiiTon, Alextader Pcdon.
. O. Richard Quince, l Aon Qjilnce.
K. Captain William Ruffcll, WiUiara
Rijtht, Mr. Richtrd.
S. Richard Stanley, Allan Shiw, 2 ;
Mrs . Sarah Swtnn, colonel John Scull,
Biuofwick,2; John Shutcr, Wiiliam
Simpfon, John Spetisll, John P. Stater,
bcry, Jamet Siaford, 2 ; - Mtry Sarci,
John Slide, John Swtnn.
T. Adam Teabo, John Taylor, Johi
V. John Vlerry, Mary Vante,
W, Colonel John Walker, cipiaiat
Henry Wood, 5 ; Elizabeth Williams,
James Walker, It Hinrs How Willfon,
Mrs. Walter Watfon, South. WauVtnatonj
. Jsmti Walker, tfq. John Welch, Henry
Walters, M. Miry Willfon, Jtmet
WillfCrotltctlii, 2 Htji G. White,
JOHN LORD, r. m.