Bipftffing American leanicD by Bntilh jj
hips o! war. Mr. Merry infilling on R
the right of Britifh vends to leize native
born fubjecls of Great-Britain, when met
with on the fcas, lind not admitting the
principle. of naturalization, as a fecurity
of the rights of citiaenfhip of thefc dates,
and defendingthe' arbitrary notion, of
ence an EngVifhman t: always 4ir Eitglijb
man," While Mr. Maddifon contends
for the ptotecVton of the American flag,
the rights of citizenfhip, and the laws of
tK United States relative to naturaliza
tion It is al(o faid that the ' correrpbn'
dencetsoimnued with great energy, and
fome conftderaWe va rmth.
.1., ,, Baltimore Evening Poft,
Georgcloivn, ,(S.C.) April 17.
A number of very remarkable fpots
have been fee'n on the SUN for a month'
face is now opanuer heiJtnuckdarken
ed. Are thefe fpots new worlds in pro-
ieflion? Or (ball we have a cool lum-L-r?
Messrs. Pechin and Frailey assert in their
paper of this morning that the banging of
: Johnny Randolph in effigy is a malicious
, falsehood. I am one of many who on Sun
day morning the 31 Margh, saw the said re
presentation suspended over the railing of
Christ Church. Considerable pains had
been taken to effect a resemblance of this
'monkey man. The mask on his. face was very
.ritr'SnV TTe had a label on his breast,
v LITTLE DAVID" and in his right
"' hand a printed copy of the articles of im
peachment. A considerable concoure of
citizens were viewing; him : . It was pro
posed to cut him down: but some penile
men SHggested the propriety of previously
consulting the vestry, as he was unquestion
' ably 'church property: Others observe',
that a Coroner's inquest should be held.'
". About 8 o'clock, some boys, on receiving a
- pecuniary compensation, cut him down and
threw him into the Kails, where after float -
' ' Red on shore by a water spaniel. I am told
he was preserved (ill next day, and wa ajain
buns up, and aficrwardsburned.
. A SPECTATOR.
'r Bis. Cts. DU. Clt
BACON per cwt. 12
Coffee per lb. 33
Corn per bushel,
- Meal do. I 25 1 50
Flour per barrel, new
Lumber per M. plenty
V. o. hhd. staves,
R. o. do. do. do.
W. o. bl. do. rough
Shineles per 1000, : 2 5
Molasses per gallon
Pork- per barrel, .
Rjce per cwt.
Ruin, W. . pf. g. 3d p. 80"
Jamaica do. 4th p. 95
N..E. do. 55 60
Tar per barrel, 1 25
Turpentine, 2 50
Tobacco per cwt. 4 50
J 25 I
PORT OF WILMINGTON.
Ship Gmeril Wtlte.ftoitf, Jonei, St TVmii
Br'gHium, Htdig, ' " Ch ililton
Sib'i Viftory, I.cirock, St l'homl
CitilioJ, Beonci, 8t, AuguQine
Sloop Ro'li, Whitridgo, Bofloo
Sch'r Mmeivi, Crokrr, di to
Ship Pobiooi, Pirtce, Liverpool
THAT pleafanr and healthy Planta
tion, near the head of the Sound.
known by the name of Sedgeley Abbey.
r or terms apply to
- ' P. MAXWELL.
May 7, 1805. 3W.
Notice is hereby given,
THAT mv wile Ttrrejjie Antoinette
Jenbort Canu, has ablconded from
my bed and board without juft provoca
iion. All perfot'$ are therefore !orewarn.
ed trom crediting her 00 my account, from
P. S. CANU.
'Vilmineton, April 12th, 1805.
Has for Salt, ' -
UlfAICA UM OF THE BIST ILAVORND
. payor. . ; .. 1 :
Windward IQannd do.
N. E. do. : .
Sugar by the hhd. or barrel. n
Coffee by .the bag -Black Pepper, do.
MolatTcs by the hhd.
French' Brandy by the pipe.
Peach Brandy by the barrel '
TobaccovPork, Beef, .
Flour, Split pcafe, and Barley by the keg,
While Lead, ' An
,yi March 19,
; FOR SALE,
50 crates Crockery, . .
3000 bushels Lisbon Salt,
4 casks best green Coffee.
WILLKINGS, SCOTT 8c Co.
April 16, 1805- 3w.
. ' For Sale,.
A HOSE, Chair and Harrrcs
tot p-uiKulari apply to
. J. GARNIER.
Wilmington April 30.
" For Sale,
A S O A T,
. Burthen about 100 barrels,
WELL calculated for Rice or Corn
' planter. When full loaded hvr
d'aft of water rs "but 1 2fwr. Kur-
. . CORNF.Li.US HURST.
Wilmingttn, Apr it '16-
LLtbofc indebted to the late firtn of
acqs Levy & Co. are rcqiK.fted
Key-York, April 19.
Befiifes the -Tch'r Citize v, mentioned in
or paper of vefterdjv, . bcin? ferjt to the
Lazaretto, the Sri Fair Trar?", from
the famr port, havi 'nil tw.of her peo
ple by difeafe, has alfo been remanded to
Aij if appear? that tlx Yeilow. Fever
I tnts eariy uny oeen iwrotincen ipro
Uriiteirl S'ate! bv two ve(Tet from
'Pc're, GnaHaloupe. It will be re
lied that thi the fame place from'
which ihedifeafe was lafl year brought to
the quarantine romd, Phi'adc'phia, and
from which the brin La Rufe failed, ope
of the vcfTels which CTimunicated it to
5eoplc at work at the Wa'.hbout, Long.
Hand. We truft that tht fatal experi
ence of la ft feafon will not le lofl on our
Health OiTicer at S raten Ifland ; and we
do hope that no mifch'evnus theories will
i allowed to lull his vigilance.
LON'DCW, March 4.
Tbe Retohuionaire frigate, which arrived at
Portsmouth nn Monday se'nnight from New
York, prformed tho Toysjein sixtrm dys,
hich i the quickest passage ercr "made;
le tun from 200 to 260 miles every, day.
The Revolutionaire was waiting three months
for the French frigate to come out of llarnp
tonRotds, which is to convoy Jerome Rnrt
ntparte and lady Franre. The Cambrian
frigate, B;resford. retipved her. Cantain
Dradley, formerly. Commnnitr f the Cam-
brtan, came pattcrwrer in the Revalntinnairei
which has brought horn- 200,0()O dollars.
Notice is hereby given, I
OV tne dcceule of 1 homas n. Hoop
er, Ijic of Brunfwick -county, V of
the fubferibers having at the lad Court of
jfaid County, qualitied as Exccifors o1 his
Jall-Wiil .aiid-Ttllament. Tlnfe-4n--Jebted
to the cltate are defired to make
iniQivdiate pay thent ; and thofe having ac.
counts tr dtntands atainft the ellatc, of
Lany kind ir denominatirtn, are rtquiied to
cxr.ttnt tnc lame to the txecutors, atrrca
b!y to law, h within the time limittcJ by
he Act of (.jeh.idl AlUmbly, palled 111 the
year 1 789, catitlcd An aft to ammd an
' act entitled an aft, concerning provi-g
" Wills and grati'ing Letters rf Adini
' niilratlo'i, and to preyeni trtudt in the
management of I .trita'cs' Lllaics."
In.-failure whercohhe-fjtne willne plead
in bar to the recovery of any fucli debt
A pr 1 30 1S05.
THE crcditon to lx lore cf J. P.
Lobre are r quired to br'n In thOf
(counts iorfcttten cnt, n it this we.l,
aiid receive orders on Mr. Francis F o
tiinc, agreeably tu a cuntraft msde w'nh
him f which it, the uniiMmt f thefloik
(hat I hsvefold to Mr. Ilrauluit is to be
f aiJ to Mr. Fontaine, ho is to pay the
debts of the fiid llorc; vti account ui try
Irtvtpg this count 1).
J. P. LODRE
Wilmlrgtoni May 7, 1805.
SPEER a DICKSON
Intrm iie Inhuiilantt of Wtlminjiitn and
the I ublic in gtntml, th.it they hove
just arrive j nm iew ittk, nil are
now fe riing in Frtr.t. Street, one dtir
titrtb tf Mr. Thamut 'Jenn'ins's,
A ncut and faslrionable assortment of
Suitable to the Season, which they are de
termined to sell very low fur Cash or Country
l(.,r. ..III.-.. ...i,..i... ,1 ....I
1 iwuuvvf vihiwi nnvih.niv Ul IEUIU
V ilinimo, April 2.1.
FOit SALE, "',
Two likely young Nc-
They ire fold for no lau't, but merely
on account of the prelcni owner having 1.0
empMMinent tor tnetn.
for terms a."Iv to
C. V PELHAM.
Wilmington, April 23. yi
to call and fettle their accounts with the
fubferiber on or before the filteenth day
of May next, "as no further indulgence
will be given. -
ApriljjQ, 1805. . n
I.. r.M-.. . I . ne.K A-il
Will be Sold,
At the Dwelling House of the late Peter Mallett,
in Fjjelteville, " "
V THE rOLLOWINO ARTICLtS :
ALL the Furniture h kitchen trenfilsj
a neat Caachee wMi Harr.efs.for two
hoi fes, a riding Chair, a Wagini and fix
Oxen, a' out ten head of CiMlc, hi- c:c.
ALSO at the same time, the
Fayette vill e an !"Vil m in jt o .1 ,
conlilli 14 of t'wo SUjjl-s, u;ic qm'e n-w,
niiia II if f, w tti the Corn at - Uie llunJs
0:1 the road, "Sic.
1 hree Nrgro Men, one of whom ts"the
-driver of Iie-$tag?r-will be offered lor Lie
ai the fame tune
The tifrms are fix and twelve months.
credit 'for the Stage Elljblilhment, with
in ercll o;i the lad inllallment ; fix months
fr all other articles, the purchaLrs g
v i :i b')t:d with approved fecurity.
The fubferibers offer lor file fundry
Lots in the town ol Fayelteville, fituated
0.1 the fouth fide of Crofs Creek, rear the
duelling houfe of their ttllator; lonx Lots
in Campbclion, together with Lands in
the neighborhood ct Fayetteville.. PartU
cutars may he known on application to
thtm at Fayttievil'-e.
On Wedntldiy, the 15 day of May,
will be f'd I at theplsntatio.it of the deceas
ed, Point Peter, all the" Furniture and
kitchen titci liU therc,l-to(jct'ncr with the
flock of Cinie euJ crop cf Rice and fun
dry other aifictcs. Terms fix irouihs
credit, the ruichafcri giving bond w'itri
301IN LCCI.ES, 1r ,
JOtlN WINS4.0W, J1"'
Fayetteville, A nk 15, tboc,.
THE fuhferibers having (jwalined as
Executor and Executrix to'ihrlaft
will of Jofeph Jones.' at'e of Brunfwick
county, deccafed, require all pcrfons in
debted to the eftate of the faiit Jon6 to
make immediate pavmcnt"; ai.d ihofe who
have demands aainft the faid ellate aie re
quelled to. exhibit theni properly atie(lil
within the time prefcribed by law, other-
wife they will be barred of recovery.
April 23, 1805. 3W.
HIE excflltnt new ship
Pomona, Caleb lYirte
commander ; to sail in all
next week-; mill take a
few tonson freight if soon
For terms of which ap
ply to GEORGE W ATSON.
April 30, 1805. .
yilF. Trustees of Jnnis Academy (Robert
A Nixon, Mi'i'onJumts, W illiam hoijci t-
-son, sen'r. 'A-lmand Hull, Richurd Quince, .
James Sh'aw, John Cojviii, James Toy, sud
Samuel' A she, son of John) apnoiniLd by ti-
act of Assembly of this State, passed in U. .
I - year laua, entitled - M an act lor the relief of
lnois Academy," are requested to Mtend a
meeting which is appointed to be held in Wil
mington on Saturday the 1 8th of NLyntxt,
fur the purpose of forming a Board, and of
ttikiojj proper measures for carrying the in
tention of the Testator and the said Act of
Assembly into i ffect.
- By order,
A. HALT j, Sec'y. yro tern,
April 30, 1 805.
A SCHOOL Master, a Teacher h a
private frniily, to whom a generous is
lary will he Kivcn Apply to the snbschber
on Topsail Sound,
' SAMUEL MA IK OX.
April 9, 1 805.
' ' Yei tjvtfir Cut)
A valuable tract of Land,
KNOWN by the nimnf SwUr'ntt
containinjz one thoufand acres, fitu
(ed on the wt(I fide of Cape-Fear River,
, and adjoining the Land rn which the fub
Ccrlber now lifts. Fur terms apply to
xrr r, lias. iw.pi.
Notice is hercby'ctven
fr thedectale u l'cttr Mailftt late c(
Fayetteville, and of the fulfcnkefi
having at April tetrt Ml nafl, t f the
Court of Cumberland county, jnlined
as Extcutors ol his la ft Will and Telia,
menf. Thofe indebted 10 thetllate are
'defncd to make immcd aie payment ; and
thole having accounts or demands aiinfl
tne eltate, H any kind or denomination,
ire rrq'iired to exhibit the faerie to ihe
KsrrtiiMi agreeably o law, and within
he li ne limitid by the ad of General
irrmblr, parted in entitled an
afl to amend an act, entitled an a),
coneem!fl ptoving Willi andgraoting
V Letters tf AdmWuilrition, and to pre.
cnt Iraudi in the rnanaement of In.
" teflafca cllaiea in failure thereof the
fame will ha rlead In bar to lie iccotetv
ol any fuch debt or dcmanJ.
JOHN FXCLES, Ft. t
FajeittTtlie, April ij, 1805.
Will be Sold,
Oa the twentieth .:r cf Mat next, at the Court.
House in Wilmington, under un Order cf tht
Countf Court, cf AVrr-aflorrr, granted to
Curltion Walker, administrator tf Rolett
AVALUhULE '"ft Lard con.
tainiiiig 5ix Mundrcd and Frtrty a.
errs, fitua'td on Barren Inlet Crrclc. near
the Sound, the properly of-fa id ime.
By order ol ihe Anminillratcr,
II. MOORE, Sh'T.
Wi'minfton, April 2,
On its 15 lb day tf May next, $n tht pre
niiftl, THAT valuable Lot c Improvement!
theieon. cor.taitJng 66 Icet fijuare
on Third flftel, ihe piopeitv ot Benjamin
Jacob. Alfo, all hit lioufchuld hurni
lure, together svith two likely Negro
Women I'.ivei, a Horle and (.hair and
hoife Cart, to fatisf; an execution in my
hands a c si nil him.
R. MOORE, Sh'f.
Jfl.'mingteit, March It), 1 80$.
THE Houfe and Lot In Dock.lWret
at prefc nt occupied by Wildam Gtlci,
.WILLKINCS, SCOTT &C. -February
TilE fubferibers having fold efT their
Urn k of Good', in order to rreei il
demand of their creditors, feqntft slifnofe
indebted to them to come forward and
make paymen',. other i(c fnits vid be.
immeuiatcty commenced agairlltcm.
SE AGROVL& HOOKS;.
Wilmington, Feb, a6.
rFtn Dollars Reward.
RAN away on the 7th ir.ft. a rrgro
fellow named Piii;ce, sve'l lnuvn
in the town of Wilmington, and its vi
cinity. For fcveral years be has been in
jhe fcrviceof Mr. John Lord, play ihe
l"!.!!!.. trktrKtw u.lt ui... Kiun rlnfK
pintalooni, with a fliort coat of the fame.
Whoever will deliver the faid negro to
me or lecure htm in jail, fhall receive the
above reward. . "
JOHN D. TOOMER.
;wrM, April 16, 105. f.
AN excellent Plantation inJ Saw
Mill, fituated on MrKan Cieek
htiem miles from Wilmington the
contains two Saws, it now completely n
nifhed and in good order for Sawing, and
lifts may be taken from the Mill 5
Grill Mill may alfo be ercflcd at 1 cf
faia'.l ex pence.
The plantation contains 111 hundred
and forty acres nf Land, one hundred and
fifty cf hich iiv.rll adapted 10 the cul
ture o1 Corn about fifiy acres cleared land
under good fence, one but reJ cf valua
ble Tide Swamp, and if e remainder ia
friught with pine and mbr tirobe', fuit
able lor fawirg, and liei in aicood Sum-
n... . n.t KV'.... rn- II r.V in ihe COUtllf .
hi aiiiv itita w m - - J
tt.AMM ....ni .ill K rtouircd Wt
one.ltltd cf tU rorchafe mor.ey, one in M
20 to 30 chorrla of Tlsrk.
prefer a Tan Yard, for bich a jttieroua E lubfc,iicI JoM7oROA
price wUI fee tvcn. H . AA .
Thofe inclined to purci.su J
I Nw.Hn5e county, Mfc0