.SW-YO&K, Jufy tV . .
titract of a Utter from a respectable im'rcsniiW
... house tit Bremen., dated
lremtn, April 32, l&tiJj
11 There is no Remarkable'-alteration in
markets ; we had bt few arrivalsriqnri the
United States and the' West-Intfics'and OUT
stotk of West-India and American' produce,
is very inconsiderable Linnens continue ia
brisk demand. ' ' - " T" '
" The new qsfaTantine laws issuod by the
uuse oi ejiaenourgu, are very aevcic, u
resseb from vhe Spanish ports that have been
tntectcd wttn the ellow-r ever are seneuacs
to Christian .Sound, in Norway ; it is the
same case with those from Charleston.-.
Vessels from the northern ports are likewise
subject to some formalities and detention,
particularly if thsy have furs, cotton or stuffe
on board, and we would advise you not to
ship any of these' articles until we inform you
vi mc ijun amine uciut iain.n vu
same measures are taken as respects ftheshirj
fiing on the Elbe and .Ems.
"In the eve'nt of any -shipments to this
place, we Would" advise y ou to accompany the
bill" of lading with a certificate of origin1,
tifovinn' the roods irf biies'ion are raised In
a healthv country j alstf to provide the cap
tain with bill of healths expressing that
neither at his lime of sailing,- or eighteen
-ninths befortf,- . the port of shipping
bad been infect by the Yellow-Fever ;
Without these documents Vessel from , A
tnerica and othrr transatlantic ports are sub
ject tcrthe deUiition of a quaraitfiire." ' '
' Lract from Rathfotiy Hughes' and Duncan's
Liverpool Prices Current, to. the 25f of May.
v rt The importations of Cotton into tins
p"-rt since the coiH:vit?ncem;nt of this year
hiive been stealer than uiual ; but into other
ports consider ibiy less; and from" the best
calculation we caa torm, we are oi opinion
that the importations' in the kingdom are
about the usual supply. The stock in Una
rhurkefr is now about 60,000 bags. The
demand for the manufactured article con
tinussvefy limited, and the purchaser have
rjcceed:d in reducin the prices considera
.Kly under the quotations in our last Trice
Current, since the date of which, until with
in the last ten days few sales have been made ;
but during the present week, the demand
for the raw material has coniidcrably increas
ed, and about 3080 to 4 )JJ b igs' in all tuve
been sold ; they chiefly consist in Uplands ;
the prices- at which the holders nude the
first sales of this decrtpi;ot), were at from
16 to 16d. per lo. but some advance is now
. askedj and one parcel, of a fine quality, has
been sold at 18d. per lb. the present current-
price for such as is of a good quality is Horn
17 to 17 jd. p.-r lb. but most of ihtfprmciple
fiolders will not sell at the- prices, in the
expectation that there, will be.a greater de
nt md for Unmanufactured article and if
this takes piice, the prices of the v inauiul
' wil4 advmcc. . .
H The a i.uv.itr arrived from New 0 leans
as yet b'U small, but supplies are expected
f hn 5 the q-utuity of thai w.uch is come to
mrket, is not upon ths whok, e.i'ial to that
of l ist year's, the prices at wliica this de,
Ci iptoi h is been soi l this week, are from 20
to 2 1 d. pur V. the eA-s-rvatio.n respecting
L.d.oids apply to New-Orleans
" The demand for ScwIsLnd and Bourbon
is completely suspended, unhss at prices
Irom 4d. t id. per lb. tinder lire quotations
h oar last Price Current ; and some of Ihe
1. !drs, being nn.U-r the necessity ot dis
posing of their stocks, have sold" sever
al parc-ls of Sca-Uland at from 6 I. to 9d.
psr lb. under what has been (iwn for similar
(n the whole, it seems probable, that
Cotton luobscn at it lowest price lor sonic
t me to comt, and that prices will sdvance
In proportion s th dem.ud forlhe manu
factured articles encrencs.. y
Capt. Stellwgcn( nrrivnl here jnterdiy
from Malays, informs, thai on the U3d of
June, in!t. 34; 40,'lonx,CJ, JVf he saw a
fleet cf French men of wr, consisting of 23
fail, chiefly ships of Ihe line; standing to the
north, the wind from the eavwal. lie
ws trmiiclit 1 by the Achilles of guns,
one of the Hct, U sent a (joal oi( lx)ird,
f.ir Capt. S. and the ship's papers ; tilt y trea
ted!.'! m politely. They were fromtke West
Indies t but capt. Slcllwagen-did not Team
where they wem destined. lie was informed
If the lieutenant, thatevciy shiphid grent
number of t".ps mi tord they wre
obliged to he on two thirds allowance lliruujK
Ciptain O Britn, whose rr?val wis men
tioned yestenUy from I'oint I'etre, informs,
that 6loat 30 pilots were Ukrn at that pUcs
ctt of heirtH ds at nint. and" put into small
loais and carried on ln l the Tosiln Bet,
Th?t pilms bvd iot rf turn-iJ when Capiain
OMlien -saed. On th 3 Jd of June, csptain
... . .a it I 1 .
U Hnenwcineu(titrtniee or snugua.iit
fnurlups rf the line undrr nritili co.
laurs, sttuding to the somhwird on wind
PlIILMltUHK July i.
C,Nn'f tf tl" Ui'i'J Stiftt if Amtrle,
Sir, M thifriii proSabtli'y ir-at trv
fi4 -until qifsniint ifgula'ions will be a
Attf.eA br nU otffnment. in cnr.fe
n icm-'c t ihe rite mi'tn of vc!low Itf
tr vatlout . I U e prtl of to'c p , In
... It in aiiii. lw, 1 oneie'i
,; !v nrCrif.tr, ht o if ctli'i In
h J i iK fliW V'"ruji'y
tua.k J. .!. .:! lo Hi tit of KtAUt e
frovtdei wiSo the ofuat. oVufltentft de
claratory of the. ftate of "the health of (hi
d'ulrift of the U. Statej from which tier'
eler and in the event of thefr'foftichln
al other places, prevfCfus tb.iHeTr'linUflng';
Ihe Baltir that they, procure Ihefeffoin
the like atteUatioins, or othcxwiCs Verjr-1
tnjufioui dei em tori may reTult. '.
; You Will pleafc Sir give publicity here
Jo, fof the infortnatron of the merchants
of the United States. . '
I have the honor id be vtxj
refpeatully, Sil,- , -- '
You moft obedient fetvant,
P. Muhlenberg, Efq1. Col
hctor of the Cuftoms of
the Pott of Philadelphia.
KoRfoxit July 5;
Our Commerctal Friends will perceive by
this day's paper, the great rise in the rates
of premiums of insufence; While, in com
mon with very class of our felmw citizens,
we regret that our commerce rshould be tor
ced to endure a'ny additional burthen, we
cannot but acknowledge that the nuinerous
captures which have taken place not riy at a
distance, but on our coast, and even'ih sight
of our harbours, form a just cause of alarm
to underwriters. Vessels trading or suspect
ed of trading with Su Domingo are not now
the only object of se'fzuTe, as the '.-daily' ac
counts confirm,: a plan of universal plniidur
and depredation Irarbeen devised ni put in
to practice against us. The .fatal1 conse
quence which mubt proceed from a persever
ance in such' a plan, as well to the public in
general, as to 'the, individuals immediately
concerned, iiuisl be obvious to every man.
of common reflection. Intending at a future
day to -observe more copiously on this sub
ject, we shall at this time only remark,, that
ri is niauci oi siu priac lo us niai ii:c uici-
cantile and marine members of the comnau
nity' do not transmit l the eretut'iTe regu
lar and authenticated statements of the lossthey
have sustained, as well as information of the
peril to which they are daily and imminently
exposed. Such a nn-asure could produce no
evil : it maht result in much good. What
ever may be 6ur general opinion of the Ad
ministration,' "we cannot suppose that, if'au-
thenUcally-iuroiriud of all the dilapidations
sulkred by our trade, it would not make
some exertion to protect the rights of in
dividual aRd io vindicate the national honour.
port of the Spaniards' five were kilted, ai '
fifteen -u.ma'de prisoners j the remainder
jumped oVcrboard and sVam to the hore.
Among the former, were captain Hooper, the
commander ofihe privateer and captain John
Randolph, late of this city : t '
' - ' ' ' Ju'y ?o. ' , ","'' '
WE yefterday mentioned the recapture
of the (nip Two Frictsdit CapCM'NElL
by the BriuA-governtricht btig fjun tett
Capt. IngleIelI). This formation
is furnilhed by the arrival of the piloft
boat fchooner keguUior, Capt. White,
which was difpatched trom this port im
mediately afte.f the capture of ike 7ifu
Friends wiih documents to proe the (hip
and cargcy American property. She had a
palfage of fcen days to Barracoa, but
hcaringof the fhip of that port, went round
to St. J ago de Cuba, where they found
t'he Ftenth, prize-rnaltcr and the priva
teerfrhen, ' who informed that a few days
befoie,: when wiihio three hours fail of
Birracoa the Ih-ip haying fallen to lee"
vvtfrd, they tell in with a Briiifh armed
brigV wficn the Frenchmen took to their
boats',' leaving Capiain M'Nfti L on bud
the fhipi which wat ..immediately taken
jh it;. Ifini of by- the brig, On receiving
this it.fottnation Captain VVhite failed
for Port Royal,' to svhich port he made
his.pulTtye m the lhort fpace of 24. hours.
A few days after he arrived, the Snake floop .
or war catne in," lie cd nnundcr ol which
Hated that he left the Ihip :and brig at
Cape Nichola jVfole, where1 the latter vcf
fcl had put iu to .repair lief bowfprit,
carried away in cliafing a French priva
teer which Ihe had captured; The linn
-andcuo being of too great value to rilk
a ieoa fuu:, it was the intention of the
Capt. of the bti to convoy her to Jamai-.
ca, as foon at he had made the ncculLry
repaus 01 : his yelTel. .
A lew dav 3 ctfqre Capt. White left
Pit Royl, (rft-n Ihip's ot -1 h- line failed
to ji.in Ad.niral Ntllun -a cutter' houi hij
duct had arrived at J .-maica.
' 1-A letter reccivetTby a gentleman in this
city from a re?pcctaDle character in Saiuo
DonriiiKo, dated the 25th of June, stales, that
it was reported there, that the French and
Spaimh fleets had taken the Cape and Port
au-hVince ; nd that the Brigands had le treat
ed to the mountains with great loss, without
burning the cities. Charleston Times, July 13.
WASHING lU.Ci FY, July 18.
lBy a circulatJeif ;r from the Sfcre'ary
of State dated on hc 1 1 July, ifc'cj, the.
Confu'k a:;d Commcicial Agvr.n ol il.e U.
Staitii te iuilriiclid tu xi'M-r fi
anyctr iheate whatever relative ti? ihe ptir
rh fc jt toretu veile s by citizem of the
U.S atev, txcipt toiiiLhi tiioi.k ai may fa
ns! ' the CVi.ft.l and Commcrt A Agents,
t'.u' "he ptirJule wis made wiihditknow
i.'g this ahcrat'uu 111 their inlt, uftions ;
and they arc alio rll rained fioin allowing
the exception iifeif alter the epraMn ot
two iTionths trom the date of the sdvenife.
inent thy are direcltd to publilh ol litis
CIIAULI.S'ION July 18.'
The schooner falton, Capt. Taofson,
arrived at (Quarantine last evening i t Uuys
from Jamaica. Capt. T. had becnriiiluro
cd 40 days, during which lime the 'inland
had eeti under martial law. . aVtf MuUigeixc
hjj been rtteivtd at J.uhjum ofiheoperutuns
of the feels t) r.'in.i:euJ. A fleet of merchant
men sailed from J-nit'.ca the day before
Cat Tho.mpso. Two days since w at boat u
cd Ly tnc Lan.br ian frigate.
Savannah July 13.-F.xtfact of a letter
from a ncntKinsn at St. Mary's, to the F.di
tor of this paper, dated July 6 At his
moment is pa'rrn this plate, on the onpovite
shore, the schooner Matilda, late 1 ,reiich
privateer, csptfired ry the Cambrian frigate,
captain llcrctfotd, and manned by hif wiih
100 picked men, for the purpose of cutting
out tw j priici, and tke privateer whkh tajv.
tured them. "Nie Spnniards are pn pared,
nd in a tittle lime, 1 prtsumc, an action
will comHtcucc tluy are not nn hitant
mors than six milts. 1 i CkmWUn has
raptured another French or Spaimfc pria
Iter." . 1
By ciptain Chad W k. of the srhoon-r Han
nah, arrived here yeMciday from St.Mry,
wb have been favored with an accourt c an
rn';ariiient which look place ! Stturtlaf
lust, mi Kos Blurt", between a Klimaier fit
, led nut' hv the Cambrian frigate, wr the pur
pose 01 cutting oui rrtim their nothing or
the Spnuikh shore, the vessels referred la it
the above extract of a tetter. Tie schoontr
fiitrd out by th BntUli frinate, tascip'urctl
by her from the French about two wceka
since, after chas of twrnty-t wo W-urs, l.
tccn Chutctton utid libtebar, rotmniin
eighteen f p-iuiidrnh and earning 110 men.
She appMr.d abreast r.f St. Mary's at S
(Ukrk, n'l'an to hd at 4, got under
sA.tnU h1 , W-d wp ih rittr lq com
mence ihe atTsrk, which innk placriboul i.
Thtetuastfmtiit Usttd rear an hour, when
three luti wriemsnmd by Ihe lnt,h sch'r
to bntrd ihe pnafetr, which Ihrf t fleeted
and riotA ihe slMhih', w,d tHvst'rrr Tl
i KiiRlish hid fe.;if inert kilh'e!, mh tcnwnund
ed. TheLleuTrnint rertucda hitil.ivKH
! Msjiw, and in nt.e .,f hit thit'n, w.t was
r.ti ihouhl in a dirji' tous C.i thi
According- to the latest London dates, it
appears that the British are contracting for
an immense eiuantityol shipping for the con
veyance of Russian troops. A proposal has,
it is said, been made in the north ot Lnland -
Capt- CoKHOR, of th schooner Nancy, ar
rived )esurdi'y in 18 days li Cm Si. John's
(Antigua;. C apt. C. states, " that the day
bclore lit sailed, a Boston schooner arrived
at that plate, which had three days before
fallen in with the combined fleet beaiiuc lo
windward, and the next day fell in wiih Ad
miral Nklson, in full chaseK steering the
same course, and withinSO heursail of the
enein) Lord .n had been eighteen days in
chase, and by calculation had gained twenty
miles a day on the combined licet. The
"fleet ofWest-lndianten, . reported to have
been burnt by the French, had all ariittd at
RALLICH, July 32.
A reprctab!c correspondent of Wayne
coiiii'y, has sent us the following mclaiKlio-
fcly and alarming becouut of ihe conduct f
1 ne Negroes in that quarter, and the pro
ceedings lately had sainstthein. The state
ntnt is published in the gentleman's own
wouls. " Wii) ne thorough, JulyM,
" Dear Sir,
" I take the liberty, from a sense of the
danger vnich tjie white pcople.of this state
are 111, to communicate to you one of the
moil shocking plots by theBIacks imaginable.
If you think it w 01 thy of a place 111 jour pa
per, it might serve to put ptopie on their
We have been engaged in this county
in the try in;c of Negroes for poisoaing
Whites, eter since .Monday last. One suf
fered death at the stake (was burnt olive Jon
Saturday last, for poisoning her master, nii
tress, and two others J two.more are tinder
sentence of death, and arc to be banged on
Wednesday nrxt. Thirteen are imptisoned
under guaid, a part ! whom, from the e
vidence, I exjicct will sutler death, and we
are daily nuling new discoveries Some
have been brought from Sampson, others
from Jonston, so ihatthe plot eppcars to base
1een a general otic It is said by some of the
p isviie:r tl al the head men are to be. poi.
so.tcd lirst, and the rest are to be subdued t
nd sf cr detaining a suflkient rmn.brr in
slavery, the balance, if refractory, arc lobe
put 10 death.
We prorttd iKit mornin with tha tri
als, and God only knntts what the event will
he. Six or et,;ht Uuhl llorw-mcn ire
Continually on du'y lo bring up thar-ed ne
urwts, l'idrf a strong guard tf Infantry
hoil the prisoners. What raised the first
sil'pictnns m this tus'nett, was the de ath of
one t.riwonf Mir respcctnUe men."
't Midertand that one of ihe persons poi
toned was a Mr. Jcridfan.
r TUESDAY, JULY 30, .1805. . . .
! ;;n i .
Zxtract of a Itittr from a gentleman in Martini
gue, to his br other in Philadctphip,. dated
. Sf. PiERaES, June 21. "'
" You will no doubt except some news of
the French and British fleets in these seas. -You
will by? therefore ihfrm-d that admiral
v UKUU la Kilt mi itiui li v & i niiv wivu;
20 sail of the linie and some frigates. It is
confidently reportfd and generally believed
here, that Admiral Nelson, with, 12 sail of the
line and eight frigates, is now in pursuit of
him." .... f; ;;:,.;..' .':::'' :
The following remarks from the Farmer's
Register, of Lausingburgj we think are ra-
a r it a 1 a A r H a vllnn f knt i
Wc hope the real American merchant. will .
read them with attention : Salem Hegister.-
u The capture of the ship Two Friends,
off Charleston, by a French privateer, will no
doubt offer. the federalists an opportunity,.
T;which they will not let slip) of pouring out
their wrath and vengeance aeainst Mr. Jcffer-
son, and the wholeFf'ench nat.ipi' - iih' redotdia"
led fury. We feel as much dibpostd 1 to con
demn the unwarrantable capture ordetention "
6f AmericatKhip's as any man among the
whole federal party, let the perpetrators be
long to. whatever nation, they may but these
sentiments will never induce us to counte
nance l'rud, or witness in silence the taking
an undue advantage of the rights of citizenship '
by unprincipled foreigners, more especially -
when such conduct has a tendency lo j-ecpar-dizethc
peace and safety of nur country, by
comproniitiifg our neutrality and the honor .
tT 1 1 r trr 1: a r rs xi- f . 1 nw rocn imsw'M'm ho ni-.it
t vvia evtvi iiuiviiit aisiv v uow ev a v via iiih
be Classed amcng many others, now existing
m the United States, calculated to produce
those baneful eKVcU. There is every reason
to believe tliat the ship Two Friends was
fraudulently covered as American property-
nay, wc will venturelo say. that not a timber
hecdof her is owned by any citizen of the U
nited Stales, and we are induced to express
this opinion from a strcn; concurrence f
tice tt this presrnt time.
" In the year '98 or '93, Cart. Neal M
Neil, (now master of the Two Friend?) com
manded the ship Lliza, a regidar ti pder be
tWeen London and ChntWs'r.n. Although
thiVship was cuvered by c"tt hir en ;n Char
leston; who were naturalized, hvr-be'onging
to an ErrgliMt housMn I.onfljTrwas c noto.
rious lhatnobody in Chaikston ever doubted
it, and if any had doubted it, the folhwiny
circumstance", ofitcif, wcidd serve to t s'.ab.
lish the fact. On her passage from Cln;!?
tn to London" shawaH captured by a French
with capu M'N'eilott board. . On lier a-rival:
at Bayone, capt. M; immediately abandoned
her without laying a c'aim for he, in behalf jf
the owners, or w-itiri the tvtm of the trial.
This conduct, at fiat view, would apnear
stranije, but it waspei fecHlv consistent, when
it isconsideied that capr. Al. knew that tl:e
ship was English proputy, and would be pro
ved to be so, The owners iti fndon. Liiow f
ing that under tl.ose ciremm l-nccs, claiming '
the ship us Amcr.ca p-tptrty s:Mitdbe per,
feclly use-less, ai.d only Mlte'i.etcii w.'h.ss ef
time end money, had rnstp'cte c! rnpf. M. te
abandon her immediately, in Case of capture.
A n'rsKHiniird,i 'ur)nnn3 irlof
i'.e In, U I iih l fmm I lu'l-ii'l at the hsl
t!aUs. iu rsii'.t.itt L ?d ;t,M in Wm.
Iit.!v. ,..- Sittou tfr.
Accoidingly, as wc huvc already tXrivcd
I.e left her on lis arrival in Frirre, and pro
ceeded directly 10 I ondon, when the sure
owners immediately purchased the ship 10
Friends, rhvc hiin ihe command of her, and
consigned het to their, ffttnds in Charleston,
who covered her also, as they had done tin
Eliza. That house having subsequently fail
ed, one of the copartners has continued toco' -vcr
the Two Friends in hit own name, as A
merican property. And she was so covered
at the lime of her late capture.
" In giving the' above statement, we were
far from being governed by any other mo
tives than exposing to public vie a practice
which, we fear, is too extensive for the Lo .
nor and safety ef the American flag."
We are Informed that copt. Tingey list
received orders immediately to fit out the
frigate Adams, now lying at the city of Wash
ington, and ta repair to Charleston fur the
purpose of protecting that harbour from the7
marauders which infest .Philod(ljhia fcf
A Philadelphia piper cf ihe 1 3th ins. says
44 We announce with Krtat satisiartion. the
. 1 1 O .in.. iiS. m
I taluahle carro of ctiffce, lec. The carcn of
this single ship Is laid to he, equal to the whole
amount of the fleet of ftte tcssrls lately arrif
ed at Ncw-York from Fort-sir-IVmce. '
POUT oTwiLMtKG I O.V.
Brig Elizabeth, Bartlett, St.Thowat
Sch'r Mercury, Kelly, SuBaatholomcwa
Brig Jane, Dcnkendor IT, Liverpool
Scb'r Orange, Pratt, Martlnlc
.Mary, Meagher, SuThoroaa
Charleston, Jv!j 25 Arrifed brig Orange,
Teltham, Mariel, 10 days, La B. Groning
701 botes nfsogar.
Captain Fell:. am left at Mariel, ship be
longing to FhiUdclphu, and a schoonef" for
NewYork, vessels and Masters' names ih l
rrcoltectcd. Cap'.. 1. inform, that several
American ttti had been capturtd an 4 stnl
l Ncw.Frtitidcme by F.nglisb priuticia.
fwr lin; Ija !'.d steal pcitscfCube