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The last accounts received at StvPierreV
f the Rochefort squadron, vrere that they
bad gone into one of the Brigand ports, on
the south side of St. Domingo,! destroyed a
number of American and other neutral ves
sels, and hung their crews; A particular
instance was stated of an armed ship be
longing to Saleni ; the whole crew of which
with the exception of the cabin boy, whom
they considered innocent, wert put to death.
It was supposed that the fleet after leav
ing St. Domingo, would proceed' for Ha-Tanna.
Extract of a letter from Cadiz, received by a
respectable house in Philadelphia dated Fe
4. We beg leave to confirm our last, re
spects to you on the 28th ult. We apprised
you in our fast of the blockade of our port, by
the British commander on this station. He,
however afterwards annouueed, . that vessels
laerTwUlrprovisions would not beprevented
from coming in, and accordingly a numberof
cargoes of wheat and flour" from different
quarters have since arrived here. Such,
however, has been the urgent demand for '
both these articles, that the last cargo of 3000
barrels of flour for sale in our bay, has been
. disposed of at the noble price of twenty three
and an half dollars per barrel on board, lor
the use of our navy, & at ready money. The
Above price will clearly show -how great pur
wants must be, and to which we must add,
.that at present there is not a single fanega
of, wheat, or barrel of flour for sale here.
Therefore the first importation of either ar
ticle will undoubtedly command very high
prices. We must further add, that we dV
not expect any material decline in our prices
until the collection of our ensuing crop takes
place, which according to every appearance
by no means promises to be very abundant
' Our government actually permits the produce
of wheat St flour to be sniped hence in specie,
en paying the customary duty of near 7 per
Flour 2 J 1-2 dollars per barrel.
Wheat 1-2 per bushel.
Rice 12 per loolb. , ..
Indian Corn 2 a 2 1-2 per bushel.
Staves 100a 120 per 1200.
OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER
To any port in
Europe,, -the ship
warn?. a Zi 1 '
May U, 1805
fTfHAT large and commodiouiHoufe
ana JLOt in r ront-atrect, at prelent
occupied by Mrs. Howard. PoUefiion
will-be given on the firft of June next, '
Wilmington, May 14, 1805.
TAKEN up and committed to the jail
of this DiftricV on Sunday the 1.21b,
inltant, a Negro Man, five feet fix inches
high, very black, (peaks broken Englilh,
Guinea born, appears to be about twenty
five years of age, has loft one upper fore
tooth arid two under ones, and fays he
belongs to a Mr. Thames. He fpcaks fo
iinentilligihly ' that 110 furilier paniculjrs
can be obtained from hint, tiv had wit!;
him an o'tl Frenc1. ruikct.
SAMUEL S. iiLOODVORTII.
Wilmington, May 14.
Alexandria, April 52-On Saturday, ar-.
rivekschrr Paragon, captain lliynes722 days'
from Nevis. Captain Haynes has furnished
u with the following important ihfortnation :
That news was received at St. KLita the day
before he sailed ,, that" the French fleet
had went to Barbadoes and there taken and
burnt the greater part of the Cork fleet that
they had effected a landing, and it was sup
posed would levy contributions on the inhabi
tants as they had done at other islands : thnt
they then intended going to Trinidad. An
embargo was laid on all the shipping at St.
Kitts immediately on the receipt of the above
news, and it was expected one would take
place at Nevis the day afutr-captain liaynct
5 The brig John frora Jamaica likewise arri
ved on Saturday in '.JO days passage , None
co'ints of the above events had been reserved
at Jamaica when the John left there. -
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POUT OF WILMINGTON.
Ship Union, Goo'lef, North-Klngflwi
- Nancy, ChiUs. St. Marlins
Sch'r Collcdor, Pugh, Baltimore
Ship Charles Carter, Tompkins. Fal.
Brig Dolphin, Banj;, Boflon
Hiram, Harding, Philadelphia
Sch'r John c VillU n, Smith, N. York
Arrived here on Fridav latt, 13 daji
from St. Martini, the fhip Nancy, Tho
' mas Child. The (hip Estl, captain
Knight, from St. Bartholomew, was to
Jail in nine days for Norfolk.
TRICES CURRENTWumscrotr. ,
ME creditors to the I' ore of T.
olu? ar- required to brinp in tlicir
iccon zisAs fs:ttbm!n:, :, ;n ?V iljr week,'
aed reieiv"' nrler? r.n hit. Francis Fon
taine, agreeably tr a ;onv rac't nude v-ith
htm f which if, r c .ymotifT ;. ' I he frock
that I have fold to Mr. Bcaitort is to be
paid to Mr. Fontainr, win is to: pay the
ilebti of the faid (lore; tfn account t my
leaving this countiy .
,. 1. P. L.01'TlIi.'
A HORSE, Chair, and Harnftii,
tor particulars apply to
J. GARNI ER.
Wilmington, April 30.
Burthen about 100 barrels,
WELL calculated for Rice or Corn
planters.. When full loaded her
draft of water is but a 1-2 feet. For
, terms apply to
Wilmington , April 16.
THE SUBSCRIBER, . '
Has for Sale,
JAMAICA RUI OF THE BEST FLAVOR ND
1 Wind ward Iflannd do.
Sugar by the hhd. or barrel.
Coffee by the bag Black Pepper, do
Molaflcs by the hhd.
French Brandy. by the pipe.
Peach Brandy by the barrel.
ALSO : .' ...... ' '
Tobaceo, Pork, Jjsef, :
Flour, Split peafe,. and. Barley by the keg,
White Lead, do.
March 19, tf .
50 crates Crockery,
3000 bushels Lisbon Salt, .
Ar . casks best e;rccn Coffee.
'WILLK1NGS, SCOTT 5c Co.
April 16, 1805 -3w.
Wilmington: May 7, 1805.
1 or Gale
-Teh h-jfr G:sfi,
A valuable tiv.efof L?.n,.
FNOWN by t-.cr.jrrc
i co-v.ainlnfr o;if hi,
'iff d on tlic v.e:i I ci- of
c 0: 0
A.1 bcr nov. li
1 V - .
r t 1 -
' Dtu Ot. Ms. Ctt
Coffee per lb. 53
Corn per buhcl, 1 12
. Meal do. 1 5; I JO
Hour per barrel, new 9 10
Lumber per L"pIcnty . 10 " "
W.o. hhd. ttavci, 18 ;
R. 0. do. do. do. 10 12
W. o.bl. do. rough 10 12
Shinglei per 1000, 3, ,
ilolacs per callon 4J
Tork per barrel, 14 II
hke per ct. i
Hum, W. 1. fr. SJ p. BO
. Jamaica do. 4lh p. J
N. E. do.. 53 e
Tir per barril, I 21
Turpcntinf, 1 $0
Tobacco per cat. ' ' 4 40
A SCHOOL MASTER.
App'y 10 fiCcril)Cf in Bladen cownijr,
THATplfnt in.l heilthy Plini-j
ton, ntir the liea.ltf the SoantV
kriovin by the nime of StJiiUj Abbij.
Fr utmiiprly lo
M7 7, ttc;. 2W
"Nt'.ct; is lic:-:T,v f;ivt?.,
JL Jenlar' Cam , hns b1 Tr.f'ctl li ."ti
my bcil Jf J xvi.' 'm t j'llt p-.'ora.
tlyn. Al! t ctio is arf li. nicer foievvarn
dl from crediting' her on t.-y account, lioc:
P. S. CANU.
Vilminpton, April 12'h, 1S05.
Notice is hereby given,
OF the. oVccalc of Tumiiss il. Hoop
er, late ot Bru;.(u!c Couniv, L of
the f'ibfcriberi having at the Ijft Court of
ii'ul County, Cjttalifcl as Exccirors of lis
laft Wiil and Tilineni. Tkofs in
debted 10 ih c:lite 41c tlcfired to tnike
immediate payment ; ivi ihofc havirr: ac.
cour.K rr i!r ntai.f's aair.fl the' cflatc, of
any kiml or c'l-nomirtation, ire required to
exhibit the iitnc 10 the Executors, agrrea
b'.y to uw, U within the time Hmt'ted by
tli-f A of General Aircmbly, patleJ in the
ytar 179, entitle I . An adt to amend an
entitled "an ail, concerning proving
Wilis snA granting Letters of Ailmi
' niilratio.i, and to prevent frauds in the
tmnagement of I nteilatts LHatci."
Tn failure Hereof ti.e? Tame iill be plead
in h-r to !ic recovery ot any fuch debt
JOHN HOGG, F . .
April 3 105.
I-ftt t'r lut-alUintt tf H'ilminln and
fie Public tn Znrrel liif Ibty hnvt
itutjrrii f ' hvi Artw Yttk, and art
n'e $ftnive in h'rtnt.Sirttt. $n,
tfirih th Mr. ;Vii jtnntngi t,
I A neat an'l fashionable aMirncntGf
S't'.uble ! the Season, trVch they are de
termined to tell rery low far Cash or Country
IVttdvce, either wholcsnle or retail,
f Wilmington,' April 23
ALL thofe inJcbted to the late firm of
Jacob Lkvv ciTCo. arc requfted
10 call and fettle t-heir account .with the
fubferiber on or before the fifteenth day
of May next, at no. further indulgence
t . Will be fi vcrill : "
, RICHARD LLOYD,
j April 30, 1805.
I Notice is hereby o-iven
sP):r!t !! V Fayetfevillc, and of the lubfcribers
hav:r2 at April term laft pafl, of the
Con it of CiJinbcrland county, qutlified
rs i.xecuors of his laft Will and Tela,
ncr.t. -Thole indebted to the eftale are
(I'.fiied to mate immediate payment ; and
.'.icfe having account or c':mands againft
the rf'atr, of j-.ny kir.ti or denominatioii,
are rvr-jireJ to-exhibit the fame to the
Lcc;ttori agreeably to fairy and within
?!." t!:;-.-.. I'ur.iicil by the ik (f f?c.i;ral
Ail m'iivy p-jfT..! i'.i i78;', entitled an
,, ad to tni.trJ an acr, entitled an ac,
concerning proving Wills and granting
" Letters of A'im-.iiiiiriition, and 10 pre
" vent frauds in the iranaetntnt t ln-
tcrta'cs' clbtn" in fat vire wherecf the
fame wtJ.1 be p'eart i.i bit to U u'eoveky
of any fnch !rht or demi".d.
JOHN F.CCLE5. r,.fC
Fayctteville, April 13 1805.
Two likely young Ne
Tliey ate fold f r no lau't, but tneraly
on account of the prefenl ovrnci baring no
employment Ut thera.
. For tcrmi arp' 10
Wilmlrgton, ApiU aj. 3
On Friday the 20th of April next,
. , Will be Sold,
.t tht DvtUing House of the Ule Peter 3!al.'ettt
. Tfil rOLLOWINO ARTICLKS :
ALL the Furniture & kitchen utenfils,
a neat Coathce with Harncfi for two
horfes. a riding Chair. a.Wagconandfix
Oxen, about ten head of Cattle, &c. &c. ,
ALSO at lA: tame limet if
- akTwtair .
raycttcvillc and Wilmington,
confi II tup of two Stager, one quite new,
nine Horfcn, with the Corn at the (landi
on the roaf, &c
Three Negro Men, orre of tvhom 11 the
driver of the Stage, will Uoffered forfale
at the fame time ,
The ttrmi are fix and twelve monthi
credit for the Staee Eftablifhment. with
Intereft on the lart Tndillmtrt Hz momhi
for all other irticlcr, the purcf.akrt gi
vine bond with nuroved fecurity.
. The fubferibcti cflfer for fale fundry
Loll in the town of Fayctteville, fituated
on the fomh fide of Crofi Creek, near (he
dwelling honfe of their t editor; feme Loti
in Campbclton, toccther with Lardi In
the neighborhood of Fayctteville. PatiU
culari may be known on application to
them at Fayctteville.-
On Wcdnefday, the 15th day of May,
will be fotJ at ihe plantation of the deccat.
td, Point Fcitr, all the Furniture tod
kitchen utenfiti there, together with the
(lock of Cattle and crop of Rice and fun
dry other article!. 1 ermi fix-monthi
credit, the purchafcri gifing bond with
joirs rxcLus, ?r . t
JOHN WINSLOW, ji-xri.
FajettcTitle, April 1 J, 1805.
On the twentieth day of May mxt, at tfie r.jurtt
House in Wilmington, under an Order of t,.
County Court of Nerz-Kjnaver, graited U
Carleton Walker administrator of Rober
Howe, deceased, - .
A VALUABLE tract of Land con.
taining Six Hundred 2nLForty t.
exes, fitiiated on Barren Inlet C.Vpck, neat
the Sound, the property of fa'H Ho;ac.
By order of the Admir.iC.rator
Wilmington, Apr 2. A
STATE OF NO R TH- CAROL I N.I,
Superior Court of Law and Equitx; ) -
Wilmingtm District. ' "
Rule for Trial of Causes at May term, iso j.
,1,2, 3, 4, and 5th days, New-Hanover
6, r, and 8th, Onslow, DupIinr Wadcn,
and causes without the District.
9th Criminal 10th Argument. -1.1,
12, and 13th, for. the trial of causes
in Erpiity. C'ZlZ
Witness, JAMES W. WALKER, C!k.
April ifttn, 1905. :z
" Will be sold -
On the i$th day tf May next, in the pre.
THAT valuable Lot & Improvement!
thereon, containing 66 teet Iquare
on Thlrd-ftreet, the property of Dcnj.,,;,;,,
Jacobs. Alfo, a'J his houfehold Fiirni
tnrc, together vvivh :two likrly Negro .
Vomcn flaves, a Horlc and Chair and
horfc Cart, tofatisfy an' execution in my
R. lOORE, Sl'f.
fFtimjnriirt, March 29, 180.
FOR SALE, r"
THE Houfe and Lot in Dock-Hreet
at prcfent occupied by William Gilts, .
Efq. Apply to '. ' ' '
February 16. .
THE- fubfertbers having qualified a?
Executor and Executrix to the laft
will of Jofeph Jones, late of Bninfwick
county, deceafed, require all pcrfons in
debted to the eftate of the fanl Jones to .
make immediate payment ; and thofe who
have demands againft the faiJ eflate are re
queued to exhibit them properly attcllcd
vvithin the time prefcrihed by law, other
wife they will be barred of recovery.
April 23, 1805 3W.
'T'lIE Trustees of Innis Academy (Coheri
Nixon, llinton James, William Uobert
son, sen'r. Alhnand Hull, Richard Quince,
Jamca Shaw, Jchn Colvin, James Toy, end
Samuel Ashe, sou of John) appointed ly nn
act of Assembly of this Slate, passed in the
year 1803, entitled " an act for the relief c.f
Innis Academy," are requested to a;( -r.-l a
meeting which is appointed tobe laid In ',U
lin;;lon on Saturday the ISih of M.tyust,
for the purpose of formini; a Domxl, and f
taWii'K proper mpasurrs for carr)iti! the ii
trntion of the Testator aud tbc said Act of.
A. HALL, Sec'r.rs tern.
April 20, I83i.
On'tn an rlinrdt nt!-
proper for a Tan Yard, for wiich a gencroul
price will be given.
Greenfields, April I'VQs.
Wanted Jmmcdiatelvr -.-
A SCHOOL Master, as aTearher'in a
private family, to, whom a ficticious sa
lary m ill beVuent -Apply to the lubscribcr
en Topsail Sound,
iAMULL MA WON.
Aprils, I HO J-
" NOTICE. " ,
T1IK fnbfcTiben havirg foil ofT their
tioeV of Clnodt. in order to meet r
demandi o their ereditori, reqtiefl all tnofe
indebted to them to come forward ayd
rnaVe payment, otherwife fuiti will U
immediately commencrd a painlj them.
Wilmington, Feb. 26.
Ten Dollars Kcwanl.
RAN away on the 7th ir.ft. W
fellow named iMr.ce, wed no-
in te town 1 v , ,
clnity. For federal ) earl he ha Urn m
the fm.ee cf Mr. Jhn Lord, p'ayi
Fiddle tolerably .Jl.ear. brow, chnth
ranahni, wun 1 inon
Whoever will deliver the f
meorfecurehimlnjail, ft all tree, tn th.
above rewd.joijND TO0 R4
. ;siV" Aril li