ihntmhf 9 11 wlifc deaiactfoa, !e tlx etnue
sf the enemy grrwer ibin it would kit, bees, tt wi
tnm d bo oarler M fir (I, part "of my men beieg
employed l cat the bri clear of the ftr. Th GLiom
Ufa A b f p4 te P. M. but it wat (oar A. M- be-'
tw the fhijrwM co:ru)letely im oyr polTeflioo, and ibt
Bii'oMi tecored. Out tuft confifled of it tberr krJIed
od at woundei mong(l the tamer i th (on of
..Dior nrif 'ibour Caot. Cottrave' of the Karat
jjavtf tiid Old Vinegary at you cttiea hie, the boat,
fwtirt The Memy bad forty killed befidea the focoai
Captain 'and. two pfTengeia, tad 76 wounded. About
five the Lord Me ViUe blew p about two. leaguei
K. NtV, W. of o. The PrUt proret'to-be, U ,U M
elrtc le Tedot lot Snt i. commanded . bji Cptim
i'joy y Coyoi oe, pierced for 30 gvaa, tod hid 14
mounted, it pounder, Mid tto men, t new thip,
frofo Vert Crut, loaded elm fly wilt indigo, cochiotel,
tad bidet the hit ok t y forty chett oi dollart pa
board, and t few ingou of gold wi liWeri, I im now
off be Rock of Lilbnti ; : but not caring to truttttre
Fortngnclc, I (hall njfh for Gibraltar, the wind being
fair, uulefi 1 O100W men with one of hu-MajeDy'i (hipi
bound hooie. Thi got, by the Guftavu Frederict,
rii.j umtlir n. Swede, from Salo. with bran.
diet, bcund t,o Gueinfey." .. -;,
RALEIGH, Jantfary-28. . .
THE trial of the Judges 6t ihc Supreme
Court of the date of Penrifytvartia com
menced,betore the Senate of that ftate on
the 7?h mfiant. After the Court had for-
! cu - arm. ijo - y' " l",lu -
Cicrk read an article ' f ..impeajihriir'nt,
. :t j t. -li. iiLii--
wnicn diaries tnej-juagc;wH unfiriiuri
ing Thomas Paifmore thirty days, . ant!
-firliig'him fifty dollars for contempt of
court. In this article the Houfe of Re
prcfentativts referyeio themfelves the li
berty 01 exhibiting afany ttm hereafter,
any other accufatiori or impeachment a-
gainlt the judges, nuer mc .;:iiu
been read, Judge Shippen r'ofe, and in bc
kalf of hirhfelf and his allocates, requef.
ted tat their " plea and anfwer to the ac
l.ition'., rainht be delivered in writing.
The requeft was granted, and theanlwcr
read by the Clerk, which Rates that the
faid Jiies are not jointly , or fcvcraUy,
guilty of all, 6t any of the matters in ilie
faid article contained, in matter and form,
as they ate charged agatnil them ; and iliat
sll and lingular the things, which they
Kite judicially done, in the pfemilej,
w;re warranled and jullificd; by the con
flit'yiiou and known laws of the commor)
wealth ; and were- free from all feelings
and defigns of favour, prcjudicecruelty,.
or opprcifion. ..'
The managers of the impeachment then
rfrtnanrftf! time " to foiifulr ihe Houfe of
RfprefeMatives upon the replication to Ve
given 10 the fle." The time was grant,
t-.', and the court adjourned to half after
eleven on Tucfday. 1 .
February 4. -The
present Congress expiring on the 4th
of Match next, we, understand his Excellency
the (iovernor Las determined not to issue a
writ of election to supply the vacancy in the
tlibtrict of . yilminfion, occasioned by (lie
rlc?.th of Col. Gillespie; as the interim would
barely allow of proper notice being given lor
11 election. Indeed, it is probable, as there is
not the most distant expectation of an extra
cssionof Congress, thatthe election Tor a uew
member may be postponed until our annual
election fur members of the General Asscm
M)', as at no other period can the sense of
tlie district be so completely obtained.
Theimpcachmentof ihe Judge's of the Su
preme Court' of Pennsylvania 1s going on. It
vai opened by Mr. Uo'.leau, who, as leading
mannger, stated the grounds on which it was
nnderuiien. - Mr.Hodncy followed, and after
laying before the court sundry written docu
ments, examined a number of witnesses in
'ipport of tlie prosecution. Our last accounts
state that Mr.Dullass had opened the tltefcoce.
firOVtOCe Of Biscay) already h&rr&Si lta fo u tleniol part of ihaFieech Keytook taUbottnd
reign war threatens public conndence is
gone its national treasury empty its dtbt
great tfce spirit of thepeaple broken the
maimers of the great '.vicious the ind6lence
of .the poor proverbial Such' a combination
of evils must inevitably. Jea4 to distruction
How little to be envied i w. monarch who
governs it." ., '. . ..' . . ' .
Eittra of t letter from a gentlemaQ in
the Iflar.dof St. Domingo, to his friend in
Charleflon, dated the 4th December laft.
' I left the tity of St. Domingo ?ight
days aeo, f can therefore give you, as you
required, a correfl account of the fituation
: r . w . ... . , , I
01 mat place, it continues--oe-wett-4
provifioned, and fupplied with all the war.
like articles neceiTjxyY "the poaulatipn
; increafes - daily frcm the - influx of a !
number of pet Ions who have arrived
from alparts into the colony, after having
.experienced, theinhofpit.ality of'i he neigh
bouring 1 (lands, where they underwent
great hardlhips and mifeiy. ;
" The general has .received fif'.een hun
dred thoufand ffanes in bills dran by the
treafurer of France on hicnfelf at Paris, at
60 days fight. : This papcris equal to gold
orlfilver, and is fubject to no kind 61 de
preciation.. A 1 1 ke f lifts allured to him
every fix months, for'Aht, fervice.of the co.
Joiiy, This is a fupply" fulnCrcnt for the
cojony, as its l?cal refourccs alfo afiure
abundance of all kinds ,ot fupplies.
'., The bigands ; are' incapable of fu'd
ceeding in any attack or. expedition they
- may make againli the city all tlieir ex
ploits niinerto, nave- only- arriounieu 10
fstfble exairfions on the luhits which di
divide the 'Spaniili part from the French
part- of thcifhod, to' fteal a fc.w caule,
Without doubt, with the aid of theEoglilh,
they might do. more mifchief ; . but the
people of that nation, whether it is owing,
to orders from their government, cr to
the general efleem which they all pro'efs
fo( Ger, Ferrand, would at this day blitlh
to be found giving" the lealt ' afiiftance to
catinibjls 'bey ought to be equally Ihun.
ncd by all civilized people. , .
The blockade which the Euglifii have
from time to time -pretended 10. en-;
force be tore Ihe placed has never in - the..
lealt degree tendid to 'create frciry of
provifi'jits. ' Their views have chitfly
tended to prevent the depredations of our
Hate vefiels and privaie cruizers on their
trade." p i E D,
At FayetlrvilJe on Sunday the 3 I. it. ft.
Mr. Peter Mailkt.
At Richmond on the C I st ult. Mrs. Wkst,
jun. the most distinguished onmment of the
Vii giniu slae.
Near Lexington, (Vir.) some time ago,
Mr.. William Dtrxux, at the advanced acre
of 1-i years, in fail pessession of all bis
Aboutthc 1 5th tilt. Mr. Jonathan Cavi
of Sulcin, 9 mariner on loard the Schooner
St. Patrick, Cnptaiii llickford On the 6th
instant his body was picked up and- intered
in the Church yard of thit Town, tinder the
snperiatendance or Captain William Punch
ard. His funeral was attended by a large
concourse of merchants, citizens, and all the
masters ofvcssels iti port.
TP "n It tTJt fT"" '
PRICES CURRENT At Vimmn.
February 12, 1805.
DL. Cts. DIs. Cts.
the vend trnt to piece 1 J miaau after. Cat om
more wim mat difficulty tbc lane aight Uaeylolt
their boat 1 part of the brig wa driven ob (bote et.
day, which enabled them to wake a raft, and proceed
cd to another key and landed fata. They agreed to try
to aoaka Crooked ISaad, tod the captain and cook were
to walk to the fouth fide, atd then take to the rati j the
mate and three hioda took the raft tod proceeded oat
the wind being ahead, wa unable to proceed, tod waa
obliged 10 make the cafternmoft Vey. They remained
there nine daya in a ftate of ftaivatiobi The mate and
' another man went over to fee if the captain waa alive,
tod alter the mate remaining there fix day! tad nuking
no fignal, they went off, and after drifting about for
tixty hcuTi, without any thing but one bottle of water,
got afhore on Crooked 13ind and arrived here in ihe
Tamer.. Wm. Baker, who turnijhea the above, know
nothiok of the captain, mate and two otbera fuppofsa
they have perifhed on the Ifland. .
- F O R DUB LIN,
AZ . ' TWO NANCY'S
W. I. ' Marshall.
prefentmonth. She has
tions for palfage only',
apply to the ma"erT)n board.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY i:, 1805.
Levy I JncoIn.Esq. Attrtmey-General of the
United States, resigned his Okc on the first
The fhip Smpfon, of and from Ucw
Yoik has foundered at Tea, and every loul
t.n hnsrd reriflictf She was armed and
"iwund tor SifDurnlcjpo, auirat olnerjr"
ftrn on board. V Ttrk Gz. Kit
THE Insurancu Companies in this city
fcavc couie la the conclotioti jointly to fit out
tlie brig Ann-Maria, Capu CiTn, iith men,
trotliions, and other necessaries, tocmitc.
IT the coast, ffcetut purpos of aiding our
jrtcrthsBtrrKn into port, and to succour the
db'tiretud t henever they trj te found. She
irobly remain out 4or juor4oo4s,
n.t . .!i till tM Ha. So humane in uauer-
tikln rirw-vct th most liberal support of
at! who can fed for th wretched situation
that many oT our felJow-bc'uni roust be In,
from the continued Inclement eaihr wc
1 - iUuaAhlt AM
Ittrccl tf a Uittt frtn 'arenlUman In Litis
. 13 iuifrittJin Tfabdtljftia,
' t i em ftarrv La ssv our boliliitl horuort a-
tnla blackens. ITiert is an appearanct of-,
Af Oft WCt n .ijl'i iuu Jyain, niiu viiwuim
at taka n'axe?. tJvS silUaUoU of thit COUhtry il
ie i-erjr unpleaisit- t
The sute of Spaitj is peculiarly dtstrcs.
a'uiC but many tf iu mlsfortancs are to be st-
Vtbutcd to itsUd government, riague, 1
Kijjc, La.tKiyake, ch.il. dissensions (io the
flAtON per cwt. 10
UuttcfpCiv lb. scai ce,
Cotton per lb.
Coffee per lb. icarrr
Corn per bushel,
Flour per barrel, new
Lumber jht M. plenty,
W. o. hhd. staves,
R. o. tlo. do.. do.
W. o. bl. do. rough,
Pork per liarrcl,
Rice per cwt. .
Rum, W. I. pr g. Sd p.
- N. E. do. plenty,
Tobacco per cwt.
Tar if r Irarrcl, ..
ttMTfHLD SIMCK OVa LAST,
IcbooiKf A i Th com Ue, Ntwhtrf Fort,
Nat tod John, Edward,, iakai,
-tafiaaah, Ar.her, dmo.
Brig Fiattnct, Ihatltigh, St. Cioiti
a terei, rit-artan, latb.dort.
ichsottf t'trolUe, Locd, St. Croit
Vtonl, CoAdmat, Kaw Yell.
H .', WhNaey, I ihodoee.
Daphay, lobefao, , New.Klvei.
Brig Aletit, AUiio, Newiy, Iiclaad.
hi Folly tti Maoey, l-ad, LiwpW.
DjI;I the taw lday 11. the (Uap Bet.
by, opt) Str, '0 JjUenUrf, I. C. bo 4 14
CtotffrTo, loik oolkt W..hlt Capo-fear, tod
tlttr lofjC hr foJdev, fU tod t fit tithed t
Diot bath ! OtMHaod trithit ih be. -
Maiitv, Jia,u kkMf Jttepk Dttlt f
TtaabSoM, ajonh Ceiolint, failed m im ,rh Hot.
lot t(o-a Um iib, M it f. Mi lrti m 0e
Wilmington, February I2.---2W.
, WILL BE SOLD, .
The 20ll .ay of March next, on the premises j
A LQt the Nonh .fide of T oomer s
i Aj'ey i Lots and Tenements at
tlie North end of the Town of Wilmlng-'
ton, the property of A. B. Toomer,- to
faiis.fy an Execution in mv hands. John
Walker vs. Executors of Henry Tootncr.
;. . R. MOORE, ShrF.. '
February g, 1805 . ..
' ' - : TO JRENTy
A DWELLING House on the "West side
l of Front-treet, and a Ware-House on
: the warf. Apply to
. January 15. JOHN BRADLEY.
-- it tr - 1 1 in 1 1 . . - . mi . .
N O TIC v -
THE Copartnerfhipof Robert Dor
se y and Co. was dilfolvcd on the
loih of May laft, when Robert Dorfey
purchafed the flock in trade .belonging to
the firm. .
All perfons who have claims againflthc
faid Copartnerfliip arc defired to prcfent
J hem for payment to Robert Dorfey, who '
is fully authorifcd to fstile the bufinefs;
and all perfons indebted thereto, are re
quired tti make payment on . or before
ths tenth day of March next. ' As a pr- .
vious noiice has been giver, to this rffccl,
and no atien'ion having been paid thereto,
tl.ofe who fail to comply in the prefent
ir.lUr.ce may reft allured, that their notes,
and accounts will, without refpeft to er
fjns, be put, into the hands of an attorney
ROEERT DORSEY, .
L. A. DORSEY. '
Wilmington, Feb. 5, 18053'.
IS Hereby given, that the Subfcriber
his qualified as adminiflrator, with the
Will annexed, of JAMES READ, late
ofCrutifwick County, deccafcd. Ail Pef
fons therefore, who are indebted to faid
edatc arc required to come forward and
make payment, and all ptrfuns who hive
demands againlt i', t: ciakc them k-own
to 1 he fu'jfcribcr within the time prclcri.
bed by an act of tTsc Gc cral AJf-tubly,
palfcl in the year "17S0, iu'it'el 44 An acts
roiiceriiing proving of il!s and granting"
letiers ti aiminiilratkn ; and to pre
vent frauds in the inf.a;Siti.tt ir tcftatc
.c Hates." other ifc they will bc baried
by th: provmons o( faij act.
THOS. F. DAVIS, Adm'r.
Wil;ningto.t, Feb 5. 1 805 2 w.
H ILL M SOLD,
BY Wm, J. Glillct, Sheiiffof Dninf.
wick county, on Tuef.lay the 1 2th of
Kbmary i.ext, by dirtlion of the Ad-
.ininillraror, a'.l the prrfjnal cfl-te of Pc.
-ler langcon, dcctcoi.U.lingpi. Mr.rcnap-.
uize, iwo urge iMuts, one pur 01 wen,
a Ltm'fr Cariiage, ore Mulatto i!oy,
fomc iloufchold Furniture, Wearing Ap
parel, and a quantity of ton Timber at
the rcli tcncei f the late Mangcon.
Terms of file fix months credit, the
purchsfcri giving bond and fccuiiiy.
BiiiMaaMeBaattiaHMavaMavtatV tHaaitHHaMttMatam 'mmmmm aMW
To be Hcntcd or Lcarcd,
THAT valuable Plantation on the
Notih-Esft, called CASTLE
HAYNES, (ontainlng upwarJa of 5C0
acres under fence. For terms apply to
JOHN F. DURGWlN.
Wilmington, Jan, . ,
Ten Dollars Itcward.
SAN Awav from the, Subfcriber 00
the 7th loft. Ntf to man named
ASH, hell about Twenty. five yean'
old, five feet ten or eleven Inchel hK
The above reward will b given lo any
pctfoo who will deliver hitn to the Subfcri.
Lr. Malleri of felTeli ire forewirncd
s4t low ivhokUU fticett
The folio wing articles lately imported an j
now Undine from fevera! velTtU vj.
UAf, from St.Croix; Grenada, An.
tigua and Dcmarara. . .
loUfles. from Ant
S- . q .........limn
ugar, Mufcovado, from St. Cro!x,l t;.
nidad and DemaVara.
Ditto Hayannah white.'from N?iTau
Ccftec, from Demarara a, Hav'aKn.V
IN STORE, - .
Barrels loat fugar,
Barrels brown ditto,
Kegs 8.1. nails, " ' .' .
US ODSHUn Drown inm
Sxes 9 "'j -bundles Oec I, aiTorJed,
WxeTChma tea feiis. " .
Boxes Spanifh fears, - '- r-.,
Ciles men's coarfe hats, ..
Trunks mullins, humhums &c,
Coils cordage, feycral fits, -Hand
mill (tones, good quality,
Grind lloncs, variousvfi2es.
Tobacco, flour, pork, beef & becs-wax.
J :,::r Appl v in -----
. " JESSEE WING ATE, or
JOSHUA POTTS. - ',
, .W',mn8ton jAnuary 22, 1805.
Vilir'cn, Jo.2. tf
X enithepublic hi general, ihal he has
taken the large and commodious BrickHoufe
iatfy occupied by Mrs. Meek, 6n the taji
fide of Front Street, a fw dain north of
the Cwrt-Houfe in H)ington- and will
entertain gentlemen. Travellers or private
Boardex. As bt h.u been fcr a coujidt r a
bU time fuccefi fully engage J in bujinefs of
this kiwi in FayettevUr, hi flutters himfeif
1-1 Jirict attention and a conflant ' Jupply if
- J - ' " " J ' " " JJ J ' ' w
able to p'tvt falisf action, to thnft w-h iull
favour him with teir cujlont' ' '
v . . . wm. DlCK. :
ttllmngton Dec: 24. . "'
'"J,' ' ' -' - Ifi
THE LAST NOTICE,
A LL perfoDs who haveeiven bonds or
-v imtmQ titxr ft rriii f tl in 9 it a t eli if
ferent fales of the eflaie of the late John
Burgwin, deccafed, and all others who
are indebted to faid eftate, are-requelled
to come forward and make payment to the
Executors who will, othcrwife be under
the neceffity of commencing fusts agaiolt
them wiihout diftinion,
Wilmington, "January 22i oc. iJ '
, at 1 1 " 11 1 . I
V W af W f '-ft
AIL Perfons having demands againft
the Subfcriber are requelled to bring
them forward for fetljeincnt and all
tV.ofe ..indebted to him are ..required to
makie payment on or before the firfl of
March next. Thofe who fail to comply
herewith will be indifcTiminately fued im
mediately after that period,
.'t Wilmington, Dec. 24. f
WHEREAS divers petfor.s hav.io
fome time pad, been in the habit
ot driving and (hooting on the plantations
and grounds of Cafllo Hayrcs and the
Hermitage, and thereby have injured the
fences aud dwllroytd the' Hock this is to
forewarn any One from either drivintr or
sany way trcspafling on' the faid ground.
as lhouki they be dilcovered, they will be
profccuied at the Taw diecis.
JOHN F. BURGUIN.
Wilmington, Jan. j a, if ,
IN confequecce.of having feme expec
tation of moving o, Louifiapa next
Spiing, I offer for fale,'. two thoufand
Acrca of Land, lying iir tlie County of
Bladen, and one thouUnd fix hundred and
forty in !?e County cf N, Hanove r,which
will bcfolJ at priviH ifalf on ot before
New-Hanovcr, Dec.4. f.
RAN away from the fubferiber'e
Mills, near Luoabcrton, on the 3J
December, 1804 two ncgfPti, Aicvll
aidhl wife BautTTAArgylli well
made fellow, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches,
high, 5 yean o'.d.i yellow complexion,
and vei"y vamh pitted with ibo fmiM-pox,
by which he loll one eye. Brunetta ii a
very Urge vench, a little pined with the
ftnaM.pcx, and very r black complexion ;
fhe ii well known In ibt town cf
mlngtonanrl Faycttcvi.'le, being once ih
propetty of Mr. S. Shaw, of w ntir WiL
miction. " '' .,
The above rewiri wilt be pfd to tnj
ptifoft apprehending ilcra " '
them In ant go In NorthXarolM, h
' tlvit T gtt tnrmor Ona Hodred Dol an
on proof fthtir beirg harboured by any
USip.rn. MaC cf Vmnlo;
:ti9aUo t.kethcniawiy or employ
thtpi. vtdcr the pcoahyof th Uw.
j J-' - Win. Normcn