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( ration of. 374. tn confluence, there-
fore,' or ihe''contfiialip'nat-eprefef.talio'a
for flavcs, the relative vvcight of the north
ern and liiuthern Hates was only ''as 29 to
46, when other wife it would have beeu as
20 10 37. " : ;'..;. ; .';
. By ,the prefentcenfus the northern
.1ISICS IliiYC ItpiCtCIIItfl'VCa anu 111c
foutheirn 64" including Tenne flee, 1,231
672 free people iaj the northern iltcs
have -35 reprefVn'ai'ives, The fouthern
Hates including 'Tenndlee contain . I, -&j5,257
free-people, and have 64 repre
fenta ites. As . aSove, the north
.fates Would have been entitled by the
eeiifus of 1800, to. 37 members,-. withra
fraftioii' of 10,672. -The fouthcrn'to 51
and a' fraction ot 13,257V It is at 3$ to
64,' an were freemen , alone repre-
fented,a.l that equally,, it wouhj be as 37
to 51, Inftead of being little trfore than
half, it would be tiro re than two thirds.
But it is contended that the equal re
prtfentation' in the fenate counterbalances
this inequality j and the deceivers of the
people have -met "with Tome fuccefs in this.
faWhood, I will, prove it falfe in one
. minute.. The northern flaifcs' contain
ii6ji frcj people and (Vd tofenators;
1 hi fevcit fonihern (fates 1,6)61,27, and
fthd 14 fenatoTs. - By a . ftm-ple operaiion
in the rule of three it will btc found that
flte fouthern ftates, by their .numbers, in
pro-mrtion to tlvde of. the northern,- are
entitled only to 1$ fcnat'us, .with a rrac.
Hon of gt parts of 121. 1 ne mi. Id e lutes
Itandalmod on the 'fame ground with the
'-northern..-' At it rdpefi the latate fhey
are on worfe ground. With a free' po- 1
puljiion but one cibAh bfs than that of !
tiie Tout hern' Hates tlrey hvve butopw nnte j
than hat; the rumour of rcnators.
Vermo-.tt, for i$,6oo free people, has
4 reprcfcntatives, Ivl.ilLdnif:t , tor 574,
5(5 has 17 rcprefentiitives, New.riatnp
fiitre. for 182.8:0 fuse. Confie&icot tor
1f,i net ln n Ri.it. I fi lial fur ( 1.11
has 2, New York for 565,4:7 has 17,
Ncw-Jrfev for 19S 727 his &t . Fcnnfvl-
. vania for 600,839- has 18, Delaware for
58,120" haa 1, Virginia, the . largeft i)f
' tntf frwt hern, flat cs, ha in wMc "numbers
fcSo'loo dodufi A ivc 3451795 dree peo
pe 534,404. Virginia, with 40,160
free pvcde lefs than M ..iLchulett!', has
, fi-e reprefrn'arive and e ctVofs more.
Wrth 3333 .kfs trrn I tw.Y ik tlre.ba
(We in rc of each." With 66,455 ,lv.'!
than P."infv. v na (he has four tiuue ot
- ' j - -
ca. h. IVftms now alive may Tee theday
w'iYi the fojthern anJ weflotn (fates wiil
luve m.rc rrpref.ntftivts inCongtfs and
rlert'ri ot Pittulm, ftr jlivi tn!y, than
the northern will have r all fljeir fret
Wa.eer fiiill deny th- trmh Vf any
prt ; h Italem'-rnt, tin; pcoe trjy r'rlf
n;" it ii a' deceiver , av.l di'lh i ted. If
t'l.'re be no arcidcaial or t) ja;;rsphicl
inallakts in the funics, everv voi.l of it
n ai tmas truth id'jlt. bi;lt a Hate of
things is our own nmfottune, a"d not li;
ciime "of the p:ojde of ihs f.mth We
mull make the. belt of a ba.l bargain.
we rmill fy ail imaitT prrlervc the enn
. flitutiott. Our fius'ion is ru ltcd wretch
ed, as we hive no compcitfj'iun for tliii
nton'trom facriftce That' which was in
Tended as a compenfation (a very trifl ng
one hojvevcr) the apportionment of direct
raxei, has never been cxcr.ifcd bntor.ee,
ami pruhably never wilt sixain. Still In
us pre for ve the foivfl if tc in Hut it can.
mi Uctrt ifan, CiJpirmf. ot a H'tv'fitn rf
tb unitn, ioconieini.Lt 0 it iiitstot lunci,
a mt cLulitc their cf queue.'. -'
' , NKW-YilKK. July 6.
Cipain Main, of the nhlp Mi iJ, Irlt HoT
d .aux mt t'te first o J.mc, and hat favored
th.a Uditur of the Mercantile Advertiser with
Trench papers to Uut date hut they ufl'ord
i p dnical iit'e'liscnce worth notice. Wc
)? t'-ii riujlly that the lUxti fket riiuained
y the hip Cato, ciptuht Show, from Li
vrrp id, the l-'.Jitor of the McrcantHe Advcr
fNn ha rrccmd a rtj;tdar file f Tndnn
i'iK'iauJ l.toyd'v I.it to ll.e C3lh !H.iy,
inclusive.- The knUj-i'med extructt cmitp.'e
lo.liV: p iiical inirUienre in the papm.
U"bc t .pt. StVv tailed, the rni'iaro
had tt.K b.'k-t remivcdt vi-oWni imjtrek
Menu were rtiskmij lor the nival ivice of
the country ; and it was uvnrrlly h. hevd
tin oriler wovill sliorilv U iDtd for ex
tt'i liiijf tlie prc-s w lr; Ona to uhle l"n!ied
krtliniitr Luti.-Kis in r;rnemf ir? dull.
lyr-o), May IS.
The rerrrainiof reftcjun lut Urn dive tter
1 d in a vault, which ccpct ijirr rt'unriu
. f'.lc storm of tha revdutioi A tuWiipiUirt
h lcti t nt c Mil tnt for trcetlrt a rr.Ond.
v;ttt wirtliv of the autlorT riUmnchut.
UOURT OI-KINti" IJFN'JU.
ur. mkciiir r, rfttir. .
Thi was an sr tion upon poliry r.f intnr
aire I'ftt slip !'rcMHenf f Amrriwt n'd
. v tried at Oiildhsll, the sittirt fc r list
intn. TtiC cptetioo W. wtrtht rthc rtam
It the phicf wasunHirnt t vt.mle the party
ti cr.nver the Ion? and whether the hlp
- itnM he hern rierrl'trd th? rrcvldtnt tf
Ar "lir t.tr ti c Am.i'Kin Vtt' nt.
Affr litariM th )t-.iiiert nu I .h iV''
Vy Mtur. OiUis lui Wstttn, tha Ctuit
determined that as the polky contained th
words "President of America or ftnyr other
name,'' the plaintiff, was entitled to judg
nxuut. " , -
... : . ' "'. 7t
Buonaparte is stated to have craraurticatcd
to the Court of BsrfTn the terms on Wh':)i he
is willing to form the basis of nfOciation.
They consist of foyr ancles-, .
1t. The full recognition of hU "titles ofj
Emperor of the French and Kiii'dl Italy".
2d, 1 he solemn- guarantee of Great Bri
tain and Russia to maintain himie and his
famijy in, the heredttai y po'ssessiin of his
dignttres and dominions. " n .- v
3d. The unequivocal resinatfoi,' on Jhe
part of the Princes of the House .f Botlrclon
ofall righta and claims to the sovereignty' of
France And v;. .-'V "'"- -;iKy "
4th. He engaged ia return 'to leave Malta
, in the possession1 of England-and to cede to
the Emperor Aeximder and hisf heirs the
sovereignty of the Republic of the Seven Isl
ands ' : - ',' V' '''.
Mr. Brookfj the chief .clerfc t)f the A-
litn department, arrived at Dover on
Monday lalt, for ihfc porpofe of examin
ing all ih peitons who accompanied
M'adame Jerome Buonaparte on board the
Erin, The French phyiician who at
tends that Lady, far advanced inHher prcg
nanCVj an.l' mif:h iudifpofod, was per
. mittcd to remain with her at the. London
Inn, but under the eye of a proper orllce'r,
until the final dtfeifion of Goverumenr
(knorn, as to his difpofal, aid that of
tine other thale pet fons who came dver
w ith her; Tw o me n Te r v a n t i , af us t e X -
amtnattoti, were irtt on boaru the tnn,
under a guard, Mr. Brooke twent full
to D.:a!, but . found on, his arriyal , there,
that the vttfel- had failed from tlys Downs
tor D jvtr.' '.' ... J .'-
Madame Jerome Buonaparte i arrived
in f.nwn, and fhas taken up her rcfjclence
at the houfe of a relative to f'ciiclmrtli.
ftrect, (' '' "" 'Vv'"" .; ''
: The marriage of Jcrorne Hucnaparte,
according to prfvafc' leitcts fr.irii' Paris,
haJ'btJrr aunul'ed by the pope, oponjhe
double motive of the 'lufbind beicg a mi
nor, aad the wife a heretic
Vienna, May 8.
A courier arrive I hcr y t'ttr lay from
St. Pe?eifbuigh, wl tofe difpat'ehes contia
d;cl ih report. tht a treaty of alliance
has been conclu'Jcd' between England and
Rulhai , - t
NORFOLK, July 5.
Captain Tompkins of the fchooirrr1
Hornet, kfr Gaudi'oupe on the 20th of
Junif 0";thciil icMn with hUB I
tan'tc Maje'dy., flj'j of War Kinghlher,
Captai i Cnb of-18 uns w1.!! nfor-
nicd C-pi T. fhai vn -the. 171ft he f.-w
; ihe coi'ibined French and Sp4n(h flntj
; to t'K tfith uar.f of all i!ie I lands flttr
' i" Nt't-'f 'ti'uji t a d tha', o.t.ihe tj
! he iiw ,,linir-l NtLSoN, with twelve
fail of the L ne in ruifiit of them Hi
I alfd datcl thar tY.t day atti-r the" combined
n.ctspsllfd Antigua, (at Which itey dii
tut call) hcy overlook 13 fail ol. home
waul bound mei.hiiitfticii, under' convoy
of a frigate and a lljop Y war ihe'w hole
of the trace was captured, ataf ort'eicd.to
Martinique unJtr the protcclien pi a
frigate. A dew days aftciwt'di thef
wcre.difcovercd by the Kingftflter and an
Englifh fng'te Opon which the com
mander of ihe FimJi vtfRl fct firc io
; of the KrgRS'.er to be correcl ie Wt.w'tJI,
jec ai once lnai ir nas an tmmeuiate ten
dency to" confirtn4biit,t opinion, It was
faid that Admiral Villeneuve had ft ale d:
trJert, which he was defired tp open ora
reaching a certain latitude after leaving
Martinique, 'This feemslo be corrobora
ted "by the return of the troops embarked
at; Gauda!0tfpe,- which were probably ta
ken on board tinder ah impreffion that
they were tu aft againft the IQands, but
On opening his itiltrufl ions he found them
of a different nature, and fo returned rroops
which wete fupernumerary. Relying up
on this intelligence we Jtave little doubt
that; thefe fleets arpr&ntheir. return to
Europe j and if fo, tliere could have been
nqoriginal "de'fjgn to. crtbleft, the ifiahdi T-ben
why erflbark. fo many troops ? We an
fwer for the purpofe of inbafrng Ireland i
if not England itfclf, in conjuncfiou with
the flotilla. Admiral O'Brien Drury,
who, according to our late It advices, com-,
manded on the Irilh llation. has no fleet
under him, and probably will not be re
inforced by a fioet, fufyctent to oppofe
twenty- fail of tfee line : the confcqucnce
of an engagement wOu'd therefore, be de
feat and" difjjrace ; and whether oppol'el
by-the probable force on that . ftation or ,
urn, this rlfiiU would be the debarcaiw n
of-their army on any pait of the Jiifl?
coail.- What might then be (he coif q?ence
we forbaile even h cthjellure. How far
the Irilh catholics, exaiperatcd by the laie
cund'uc) of ihe mini If ry and ot parliament
.may be d fpofeJ to join their ItifFrages to
the, caule ol the etierny of that govern
ment which has 0 tin worthily treatedthsm,
is a. ..fject too delicate for owr difcuflion. .
Ce -lincerciv hope tha' jf fuch be tht de
fign of tlf! French, It may be in limede-'
Lated. This vfill. fcrely be the cafe if
they tfre overtaken by Nclfon ; who, how
ever, inadequate his force may be to Com
plete victory, can at leail, fo tar as regards
the plan of .invading, make a victory o-'
ver hiin equivalent, in all refpe&s, to a
defeat of his enemy. .
"""By" captain Tfipkins of the fchooner
Vathcr and Scni we have rectived an An
tigua paper of the iSnh nit. fiom vhiclfwe
r-xtf artt 1 he fjl'o vinl? article, which places
ihe arrival of Nelfun" bryond doubt, and
cor, firms the above report by capt. Tom
kins. It txli ;c corroborates (lrongly the
icmatks if ale in fcvtral ot our late pub
SAfNT JotfN's, (Antigua) Jtine 18.
Ou Wjiliufday'l-ilt, wc had th'e'plca
fure of feeing tha fl:it under the eom
trtaud of vice-admiral Lor NlLS'N,
co .fiflii j of ta ih p of the liner, 4 Iri.
aies, two (l.op ot Aji, an.l a brig, an
chor in .h rjd ol St. John, from whence
his lordlhip failed 1 he lu xt day about nooni
in fearch of the French fleet.
' We unilet Hand thatjvs lordlhip in . Con
f.qtu'itce of fom? information he had
received, fai'ed frm Barbirloes toGrenad a,
hfcrrin all probability prevented hisconi.
in up with the French fleetbcfoie they
p-lkd :Iiis irfand --His loidfhip di.l i.o
corr.c oit Ih irc i declaring as we1 have
been tol 1, that he had not been out "of
th: V cVrv fox two y-an.
, L'cforc his loidlhip failed, the Net'ly
fchooner, undrr wh.ifo convoy V lit et
leehby any person who fetls enough inter
' ested to'call at this oflice. -
X;. WILMINGTON, . : , .
.TUESDAY, JULY 13 .805. .
Meteorological h Obituary Table
'." V JtJtT, 1 SOf. .
Slate of the
i " ' "
S b W.
S. b W
" 3". ' '2".
3 o en
. O 3
. 16 '
Total, and names
of the deceased
all the merchant fhipr and made his cf-.
cape. Captain TrujjjJiirfi fur; her , in
forms u, that, as the fftnchpaffrlGau
da'.ouj.e, they took on board a Imu 8c o
tt'iops, vudcf the command of General'
Oil v fix drf) afterwards four frigates re
turned with the fjrrve tiocps and landed
them on the Nmih fide of the, Ilbnd. ..
1 he two (hips of ihs I ne heretofore fid
to have anivcd at Gaudalcupe, wciefropt
Hoc he fort, and i.ot from .Bull.; tiny
joii.cd the fleets wltuh (hen ronfnltd of
iutnt) fail ot hc line, bcfiJei frigates
and coivet'o. The French did not tuuch
at Dominica, as lo'tnerly flatcd, The
cinhtrgo in the Briiilh illnuU had been
ttVcn 4 if itnmrdiately on tlvc arrival of the
, hritilh 11 el, fo fai as tcfpcird mulfals.
.The accounts piibl.P.icd ot the taJ?ojj of
1 the, Ki".hlher, were incut ircl I (he vif-
ul iiiitl.kcu t"t her w 'the piivaucr
1X1 C.p.. Dyii Lfifitt, .
CijetMiio will n re fct sfj-ut to
crount lor ti cs new tn uni.li ; and
luun capt Tt mk,iat wr learn hthi. fjf.
Ciila;t'M.s or. ti'C 'trjt;nn rf li e I tenth,
. w.ic jull dt ijtii tutai GU4-M.pf ihry
are lci. t w, howfn, ll-.;.f wli
iriaii,ty, tlut wh-n llift hit ' Mir'iid
q r, tht y writ pu'viflntrd for a long
suiage ; whUh iiivi rrd I t f t'.h! ih.l iIku
tjcct wav n ! the )ll m. 1. Our rcsi'cri
whl Ice by tut nil f to 1 fdi . J it.c ilx d,
haratA,iL' o.Iki twjrfiu t ttl,iclu e the
rtftivt t l Luuiiap'tli in I d'lg on!. Lis.
Ititu, we coili-eel if ru.t i.i.prohjhle
thai tie piiitcijai out 4i t further hi
I d dilign uj on 11 r immc.'isie irtrtpiy
il (irca.r.rtnln. Ln 11 fi f pjfc it.
. cw:i.utDU.t:jtj K.iU ly tht ictutra. Ct
from this ifland 6 failed on Fiidjy prt
cetling, mine in. wi h the vtry unplea
fant intelligence that ill the vtllcU had
"keen taken, as c had indeed hot toomu.h
reaf.in to apptrhenl from the. lime the
Ff. nch fleet palLd by this Ifland The
velLls from this illand takcWrwcre 14
in numh.-r, viz. r-The fliips Keiby, It'ar-
ript, Mary, Lajcrald, Nancy and Filnce j
of Wa'es, for London the Ihips Byamt 1
Martha, v elt-lmtian, and Hiur.Iandcr,
,hr Ljvcrpool the (hips Urania, and
"SinrWton, for Ireland the brig Cara
line, lorHaliiaXi ' U the Lnoouc r Aro,
for NcvYoik. On board thefe vcllcls,
were 5 4CO heglhcads of fugar, hrfldes
coffer, and oihcf merclun'Jize which
with the vi 1M1 are computed at the va
lue of 400,000. Uerl.
The NoithiinciUnd, Admirnl Coch,
ranc. did nut" fail with Lord Ntlfott.
AtH the CurUux bfig vas difpalcbcJ for
VV6 hive the fleature to Inform ths
public, that the i,6 h, a fine (Itoug trgU
mint, under the cottn:anJ of lii-i.trnant
Cit'oi.fl Ci'ii'tn. were landed here on
'I In.: (day lail.
By ihe ab ue, LorJ Kelfon mud hive
' failed from Autifia on the ith ofjun?
t)u ll to h he wai fuoken hi ihe
Klnhlher to ilir rttfiir I of ill the' ill-'
ai.di ; at.il on the 20ih a vtlTcl from Fhi
lai'drhis strivedat AioiiJiia, which fpeke
the French and St an fl flieti, sr.J in J
h um alirrfpoke loid Ncfottboili (leu
iog sl.c same cotirfe
; NLVV-YonK, July .
By an trrivsl this r.toitiitif( c lue re
cciird a file rf the Gwtt dt !j AtirtinSqe,
ts the H'h Jtnr." ui lrfUi. ever II we
ftid rothhg crr IntrrenirR. ejuiiMti; tfa
i.!T.cil rrj'ott t tiling the Dinniid H.ik,
i.UthUfr.)ftcfcti;uLticii, wfdvU inn; lo
Samuel Vance, by
Extract of a letter from Savannah, dated the
nth inst. .' ,
" The" Bt'iiikh frigate Cambrian chased into
the River St. Mary's Hits privateer thai took
the ship Two Friends, ("apt. M'Neil, and
auerwards sent in her boats and captured
her, and with the. privateer took possession.
of the two English prizes lying it: the - .river,
and carried them all off together." r
We are- informed that the tihove prizes had
been sold in Savannah for 12,000 dl$.
DETROIT IN' ASHES.
A letter from a gjentlemaof respectability,
at Iiuffdloe creek, dated the 20ih instant
contains the following digressing ,intclU
M By the schooner Charlotte, capt. Nihen,
who arrived at Fort-Erie, yesterday, we are
informed that the whole to wit of Detroit is
totally consumed by Fife, not a single houso
in town left fctanding!
" The fire, it is said, first made itfc eppenr
ance in a stable near the centre ol the towB
about 9 o'clock in the imrninaf, and such
was the rapidity of its ravages tit at at 12. o -.
clock not one house remained. 1 he Citadel, "
which was rather detached, and in which
were the Utrrmk, Oflkers quarters, and
Contractor stores, was entirtly consumed.". "
NaTic. Detrui it the seat of iroveroment
vf tltcMichi)sn Territory, and contsined
upwards of 3'JJ h i'Iscs, built of wood in a
c impact manner, and about 2000 iuhabit
late FRo ir .tvnorz. -
. The fhip Caio, Capt. Stow, arrive 1
if New. York, brings London papers to
May 35, but ther contain mnhing ot im
portance .The Brtrt fl-cl had not failcj
as mcn ionc.l und'r the' London
a t a a a
neaa. acden, it is laid, was la a if ate
of revolt, an I the perfon r f ihe Ki i; undtr
confinement. ConfjJerable ag lation at-1
alarm p.evailed among the Lot'xt W. I
nr.cichiitti; rfrpeclinn the fall ! the lit.
anHi, Bufinefs In veneral Was at a fla iJ
..atiJ every thing remain! in a (late o( a v.,
fuHufpence and tini'enainty. It cannot,
be lorg before fjtnething ihcifive U at-.
tempted by the great naval pawns which'
now agitate and didurh the rrpnfe if ths
world; and we look with anxiety furfur-'
ilkr (nforma'icn fiom Eurojte, til relieve
the prefent (late of folicitude maitifJtc'd
bv the people of this country, s to the
illue of ihe gra: d movements of England
and Fiance. ' -
;;ttg0:t;:- r ..
rHiCIS OJRRUNT.irttuncro: "
DU. Cti.Dlt, 6i'
BACON per 100 lbs. 13
CnlTee ptr lb. 55
Corn tr bushel, 73
Meal do. f 12 j I
Flour per turrt I, old ' ' I
hittoper hi!f barrel, new
Lumber per M. plenty
V. o. hhd. Staves.
R. o. do. do. il.
Wi bl. dn. ltuj;h
Hhinles per jOM',
Mobc jer Dillon
Hum, W. I. pr. . 3d p.
jsmatcs do. 4Ui D.
Tar pr harrtl,
rOHT OF MLMIXCIO.V.
Ship Orwtll, M'F.ll, ' Uverpool,
Schr. Aurors, ltt Ktw-Ytk'
RtiUtK) Cj'ji NcYvik
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