France and England has renewed Vis , fpr mer
declaration ttiat ,-tie win oosei ve ane mwi H
bcrupuloui neutrally. ''Several couriers pas
bid tin ouh this cry whlinthiese few clay6
froni, Petci1otirg!i"lfjr Naples, .with all possi
ble expedition.; ' . . .
PiritHSBujtca. Auk. 10. U is confirmed
that our troopt are taking a direeHon towards j
the provinces dependent on the house Pt
j'4?tnav and in particular,. tovvatds Gatlacia
and that they are assembling in the environs
ofTroppiur and-J jjer;?d6iV. They 'speak
alio of bodies of ti oops which will be em
bu'rksd, and- that they will bs joined by a
foreign loice. ; ;
V:'-' 'NORFOLK. October 22.
Extract of a Uittr from Livcrpu!, dated Au-
- - ' Cotton is ('ail the stocks, jiarticularly
'of th low quality, are not large but .the.de
Jriand' for -goods does t3l keep'pace with the
increase of price which has taken place in Uie
iraw "material, and the piarket must oepend
upon the steadViess'cf the' im potters, at. to
any improvement, which may take place, for
the state' of the- trade hi the manufacturing
towns dobs not warrant the idea of much.
Sales cannot be force?d at the present time
. . . ' ".1 t I .4 (. .1 ..A
to any extent, wmumt smut iituv ucumv.
price. ' A parcel of 'prime Upland, is, how-
... .. . I T -v , lot
ever,, retailing ai joo. juiu :icvr-uuwn i jj
st: 2 Id. ! 'Some sales have been made rather
lj..ver,but we ask 3 Id. for mixed, tt'nd 2 2d.
for prime parcel, as we ieel disposed to ha
zarcl,the market a Utile for the present, rather
tban- give way in price.
" The approach of winter will check the.
; Continental export trade.
. . It is rumoured with confidence, that the
rorthcrn powers are arning, and likely, to
take, a deckled part against France. The
combined ikets are at sea, and as the appear
ances of invasion are now serious, wc may
'ere lov lavk for important events.
. We have to-day a quotation of premiums
to Ncw-Ofleniis at nix goi.iras per cent,
fc'i'd four guineas thence by our London cor-
;jtspu.ndenwH . '
. R ALE1GH, October 39. '
The southern stage which arrived in tKi
city o:i Satnrdiy evening, bronchi Co1'-;:'-
. lknr.mln Hawkins',. Agent f the V:. i
Statrs for Indian AiTuiia, An'. ISar
puty Agt-nt, and a Deputation ot'i i
ing of Ale Hinder Cornells i.n !
fr. m the upper to ivns ; ;.:.'.'! ''..
tosh (who is speaker of -j ' 1
t.ee h.'.e Chape Lite'. 11 -
thekj LitraatlaUt ''.'' '! - -
The Viper, Britim privateer, was Cruizing
oft ths Balixc, 'and. boarding every. veiTei
t going "in "or coming out. On the toh
bcptctnbcrri,hc Marq.uis.de Calu Calvo :f
fiied chculars to all the Spanilh ofn:ersin
the territory, requiring them to repair
.without rtela to Penfacola, to join their,
, . 1 ti v. 1 r.- .
rcipective regiments. 1 ne jnomi-jhu.
c: 11 mail to Fort Stoddart and New Or
leans, was robbed near Tuckabatch fon
(Creek nation) apd the lider fhot. The
portmanteau was afterwards ifoand cut up,
and mod of the letters and packages piila-g-'d.
. - ' '. - .
' i- 1 1 . " "
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1805. ;
Extract.of a letter from Cadiz, duted Sept. 0.
"The combined fleet of 36 sail of the line
are fcafe in this port still a few Lritibh ships
keep up the blockade.
The American veffel, ladea wjtji flcres
for our Mediterranean fquidron, which 1
was lauly captured by two Spanilh priva - '
tecrs, and taken 'into Atgefiras, was relea'".
ed, as foon as, from her papers her c' .-
racter was afecrtained, and accord
was perniiitcd to proceed without r'. . -
Bui. .. ;
It is reportetf in this city- t'; i th j - 1
' nifli Minilters, the Marqi-'.i ' Vrt , v
ing determined to leare , . I .
Jus demanded Ins p? : - .5 .' " w
verntn-ot. Thcrr, , , .,. i
fident oblerved i-' ).- ! , :-c , .
(ucli ctitji:ettr 1
in tli" '.iv. . '
-- ' DIED
On Thuriday last, Mrs Mart Ateht,
consort of Mr. Jonathan Avery, merchant of
this town. :' ' -
On Friday, Mr. Joiik Rav.
PH R THF tl II. MINCi Th V.
TW- .; ENTERED,
: ... Six Cents Reward.
RAN away from the subscriber, about the
20th October, jQHN CLAREYs an ap
prentice to the piloting business. All mister
of vessels and- others are cautioned against
employing or crediting him on mvccount.
- CORNELIUS GALLOWAY.
' 2w .
MliTTirtpjton, Kov. 12, 1805.
Schfr Venus, Bryant,
Sch'r Cynthia, Albury, -Sch'r
Ship' Nancy, Balden, : -
"': ' 4 ' . Cleared ' :
Brig Fame, Hunter,
Sch'r 'lpliiu U Nancy. ! .V
5chJrHcfi Sweat, L-
J. ers, twi1
f'.f.l . : . iom.
... ; .1 Mar-:
,c ' ; . ' r.. ? jss" Making
v. : ' ; - j-hus branches,
... : ;': ; ,i iiand and for Sale, .
M i jn's Siddlcs of the firft
1: . . js, plated and comjiom
7 'fjtrimenl of TMXKS-al
u cb he will fell cheap f,r Cafh.
W : ;iri;fgron, Nov. 12, i3jc. tf.
-'-c : no
: i!ut it
; '..tiiter 10
, - .id j;w h'J
ant in ufdi, j
an finiiijii 1
H t'jke the tv.rli-
Mage on M !. ' y
Cuy. ' T.uii
the' V v cti-ij
lr-v -- ft-- -
: i. . ,tth
: s wi the
. - 1 resident of
' rV.and, i5, to
1 ooundary line of
h ; ' ure to a benevolent
in , v, th? effotls of Col. llaw
. , ,1 ; ihe condition of the savage
1- ' . . : .og them into something like
a .1 . je, have been attended witti con
b . i . . SiirrtiS. . The Creeks hare twelve
1 , , ! . r.npbyed, cipht of them made by In!
..it, and worked by Indian woman, who
iso spin the co'ton which they weave. The
p!oo.;H and tUe hoc are also in general use
ntaong them ; and in acquiring,und becom
i:v;t'ached to projcrty (for sehne of hem,
r me told, posen Several hundred head of
cat Je and many negro slaves) and acquainted
vrith the romforti and advantages of aricul
tura!iniptoements, they are loing. by de
i'r;s, th.M predilection fjr the hyntiug 1.1c
which . c.Miactemit savage nations. The'
Agent lu introduced amoug them wrigh'.s
fc'nd m:.v uret, and instructed Many in the
use 1 Ggurf o tnat they can weigh out
IhJr oa articU-s for salt, a:J ealctlate the
n.i.wit of them with accuracy. The Alvn-
1 sflTy over lolriie frnTihesrcltm-
of Science, are graihiaiiy exciting a
j ex'enioit uf knowledge, and
1 't rejre the wy fur schoi.U
liv tii. I . lectf Iro.Tl the nch t. c
, nu in f 1 fciMI lif'.', li.rie
' .', ft it 'nidation it Uid
i-M'r- 1 ?i..m; in i'.ic u k, silion hlid
liabi'.tol tl.tiw tlikik'
t 1. 1
V learn ihit
CcptkH t-t the Oorrni. ! .,;
r k of tte ccmniiirione'i t.; - '
l.iiin.I.iw tine v.i t?i . W.arolua . a i . ,.t
lite Coi.-vnitfot tMtvete t meet at I,
rjf'f CovM-nttfc ir. that Stale, on Mon
, vcr-i'ie to ifj oir.tmcni. A
i f bt-.t! l rb' iF W
in mic rr.'inng l-nmn M tl.?
- ! . - .' . lis a
' . . .onus Jidt o"f Conftrai.
, I'lclmjud En-julnr.
" ' '! ng is an extract c? abetter, da.
.oik, October U.ftVMi a lions'. ex
v j interci-lod in the cn!nerce the
1 A States, to their IVisnJs in I'hiLdcl
.a. The conduct of the British" government
in their recent ct.piurts, in rlarn.ing and be
yond any thing j vt heaul ol, and much worse
than open war. Unless our governtrent can
fall on some measutts to put a ,stop to their.
spoliations, our commerce will be tumid knd
our merchant with it. 1 n;ean tc use jnv
influence to get a strjnir rt monstrance sjnt
to Congreis i.ga'mst this unjust conduct, s.id
hope our merchants in other cities will dj the
Vhihdtlphh, October 1 1.
Ti. t Thomas M'Kcan, will be re-clecteO,
ly a udsomc majority, is now pust a dtiubt '
and it is equally certain, that u large ma
jority of Consiitutiumtr.sts are ilectcd
to the n;xtlcgilature. 1 here is indeed a-
bundjiit f..uc for adoring that Divine l'ro-
vidence which has siutthed us fry. a llu
brink of ruin, and led us back to peace an;
sufely. Ihenuchi.iuuousorthe wicked haw
been dtfeated, and their v.iidom Ins beet
turned into foolihr.ess. Never hr..c t'n;
people of this country been thrca'.entd wi'h
so great a danger, as that from which thy
luvc juil escaped.
Acrounts are received at NcW-York from
Matanzies, Matirg that tctHit weie currti.t
j ll.era of the Spanish government huving ced
ed one ball o! the island of Cuba to the
Tf iCprfcAN fcctdrimythaf a feq irf.
iration vi l!.c Ihitilh ;cbi ii foihi.'de 1 ly
i'c ialnf the le1 pirpcHial aiiiclct of ihe
Iwii'.ilr tict). Dut ii 'a fn'porcd to bs ;
o..(li:u i Mial for con.refs in ctitin cafet ,1
to dedsie any iicai null an UuiJ, as
in the cafe rl the Ficncli ireaty. WI.e.
t'.cr the t apt ore ol our wflel, er ndemna.
j tionnoui pf'Hfij, and .irr pre Ifmci.t cf
1 31; f 1 e l'.iiiifli, i.f tl-ai Hcaty, in Id.
t ir I, '.1.1, 'pi o Icrt dccunli.e. 'o
tcu viifi tt iti the ( in a It
Sixty Dollars Reward.
npflERE has bccn rhcdeftinely taken
X from my Plantitlon, by f'o.me pcr
fon, (and 1 have reafon to hc'iicve tbat p'. r
fon to be the ncn coips virnf:sy vf'ivife
fitl James M'Guffoidj the f.iilowin ,he
grocs, viz.. Tony, Hannah and her
daughter Prg, Miuicy and Iter fon Grinag,
' and Sanio. . ,
: I wi'i give Twenty Do'lars for the du
luery of fa'ul NJewroes ) nic, or fvcu'itli
their, in jail fo that I t'Ct i!:cifl ; -snd mty.
Dollars to any perfoit ;iv-i.ng Jus proof
of 1 lis viliaia tiJ took thci.i cvray or har
November, 10, 1305 if.
The Wilmington Svibicription
' ' 11ACE3
"TTTTILL cfmm:ncc o;i ThurfJay t1:a
Vv 2l" sove!n'!t;r r'ext andecn
tii:u f.ir three days, free lor any Iiorfc,
mare or ychiiug, as. follow :
1 ft lis.) Three mile heats, the bed ivro
of three three yean old nas to carry
!61b; fi'ur yeais '1J do. icolb-; five
jc-ri old do. iM'b ; fix ycrt old do. 134
lb ; fcvi-n yeai old do. 1301b j iwo years
old do. CltchtS.
2 1 day Two mile heats, ai above.
' 3J day One iuil heatsr crr jln
The firrt day's puifc'utwo Ihirdi of
fiibluii tioiicif about 6oodo!!ais; the fe-
cond day's puiftf is the remaining one thud
thirtot ; kin! the lall day's -urfe,or fwscp
l'akes, it thc entrance inor.:y of ihc iliiie
t'ays racii.g ; which ii 15 dollar! for ihc
fir'fi day, 10 ooi'.ari for the fcco'ud day,
4 dollar for the 1 1 day.
VubiiptT'b v rdtr tf tit Man i rt .
Wilmii''.io:i, Nov. 12, 1 8 5-
Nathaniel Dana, juu'r.
RESPECT 1 LTLY acquaint the inhabi
tants of Wiluiingion, tndthc country
In gentr-1, that l.c ha taken the house lately
occupied by Mr. (Jamachc, in Msikct'Streetj
vhcre h has fot sale Breast Tins id the i.ew
est fanhions, Uar Hopt and Nobt, fmer
Hints, Mowroinjr, Comb and Hoops, Pocket
IJooki ind Pursci black lead Pencils, Pen
knives and lUzirs, Haaor Cases, Scacar,
SnuiT, and Tobacco Boxes, with a couplet
Afortnicoi of Watch rurniture,atwhoksalt
or retail. 4
N. B. Watches cleaned and repaired in
the neatest manner.
Wilmington November 1J. 4w
Cineiai H. !'' v ai it n. Welhorn and
Cd. MKre riiy tpcced lu astcn-l
- tlulr ci 'i Lfj'lli'ofi at the oj.ti.iu
ol the Llii in.
TH Ntw.Cr'cans Gazttie ( tl I4'h
i-.ti. Iyi' W in Uate, ffi ni 3 f uue
llia.niiybe leUed on, thai tit rtif .f
StcO n."i ate on iliirmh liocn McMC",
it iltcn hmthc Spanilh fmnMcr 'f Lm.
ifn .a. We canno'.Uut ihit k It won'dre
aUifiableHf governmetji to i,rcw
fw iboular.'! irM'pi into li.ii cui uy.
tin though ve fhonl.1 irmaiii at feueii
ul be .veH to ftitw Hate of prtpara
lioafir wai.'-A'.i '?
V,f in iniva! al H. Yotk, New-Or
lei i t if1 lo ,ne a3 ' 'f'. ,rc rpfci,
eJ Thcj cwralfl nvjttaio JuiporUat.
t' ! , .. I 4 J
Mir k ? ri t in
in l.c llatc oi..t.
C C.IH-.I it J'ti i
ti : i. , U ; Antf f iCif ,
i a f( tub a p f!, 'c I k
1 ihh t
tnt i r .
1 U i w tc it v,
. f a I a j c
I i M ll.
y.f HI .
JJU. Cti. 1)1;.
BACON per IOOPjs. Mtrriwiil
Coh'te nr lb. ?4
Corn pc r biiohel, $j
Meal do. I
Iluiir per iMrrtl, re w 9
Pittopcr half hjtnl, ncf S P
Lumber per M. plirttjr 9 10
W. o. l i d. Hans, 20
H. o. do. tlu. V.o. I
W. do. rouj;ti
Hhlnglptper l(0, J ti
MolatSi.! r gallon 41
Hum. W. I. pr. f..idn, SJ !
Jan'i a lu, 4th p,
-N. II. A
Tar per tarrtl, I
Tclscco per Cl. 4 50
(i ..f .
u .. . I.' 1.
10 3'' I l f'
W 'He !. "1 it- I r 'i
24 -i.d 2l li'i.
Ytl ow paint do. cf 14 lutSlhi.
5paiifli I5fon, do. 14 to 23 Pji.
Canvjff, No. 1,2,4,6 and 9.
Sein do. very fWI.
Mi fkCvadoSiiiiar, in baricN, k". kc.
i) smi in. -
Wilitiirg'on, No. 5, 1805.
. . ... :. Pnr? xArrtr
A. , ii ICE Plantation 4 miles from town, ai- ;
'i l .if.'atedvon both aide's of 'Catfish Creeks
' ,the tnoulhof said Creek to MivToomer!
1 1.0, containing about 300 acres liicc-held land,
100 of which has been cleared and planted in '
Uice Payments-will be made easy by part
beimj paid thjs winter, the , balance, may be
paid by four yearly instalments, or goodnotes,
or bonds. ' The situation for building is plea-4
sant and convenient, commanding a full view
over all the Rice ground ; ,on it is a framed
house nearly finished about 22' by 26 fcetj.
with a good brick chimney.and sundry negro
houses. In order that.paymehts muy.be,
made punctually and easy to t.he pttMdiasetTr
I will lease him for 3 years a field of above 20
... . I T . 1 . 1 .1-1
aeict wncre 1 now resiue, uucauy cicaren,
under good banks. - flood crates and half
quarter drains, free from rent, the produce,
being delivered to me towards payment.
For further particulars apply' to the subscri
ber or Mr. 11. Bradby.
lie will also sell 5000 acres of Land on
Hatchica K i ver, joining Mr.. R. Mum ford
and Mr. John lii-ck. The fertility and con
veniences of water carriage s very great,
they being a'tout 30 miles from Chickasaw.
Uluif. Payments will be made ettbybyfivs
yearly instalments vilh good sccimty. . Also,
two Tracts of Land on Ashe' Creek, -in this.
County, 1 ,4 iO seres, well timbered and situated-
for Saw. Mills, csHol the. Bear Guritns.
and 640 acrca of Land on tbcN. V.' River,,
joining William Ca.npbvlL V'- on thetiorth,.
and running down the rivet 'about a milc'to
Otn. Lilllngton's line. The Tiiiibsr on the
river is the best n jal'r.y fi..; Shingles, Mid that
on the up laud for Turjici'i'line.
Any person inc.it'icd to purer ase only a
part cf taidLands tn:iy be pccoiVimfKlat.i'i.1, ; ni
in rase they aie not disposed of by the 2'Jth,
of November, will be sold at Vtr.Juk'. In
dispuUble tiiks v. ill be give?, ( v
' ... ' , 1); M.iLLETT
Wilmington, October 29, Uj. .
DURING the f:.bt'crii;er'iahfence from
ihisTown, he has authoiifsd Mr.
Ji.iin M'Cam to fettle his accounts.
Ad perform hiving tltmat.ds aaiidl him
will therefore p'rtlent ihun for paytncn'(
and ihcfe who arc indebted to him aic fj-
licitcJ 10 bake payment.
Wilm ngton Ociobir, 25. jv.
ON the ioh Deer mb t 1 ui, ill be
fo'd it the Ccnrt Honfe in Wil
minc'on, a ricfe of Land Cfniair.ii'r fi
Ii ur.Iitil i.J loiiy ivfif, on U'atk Hiver,
to fatiily in txccuti'tp m My tut.t'i 5a
fniicl KluJnoiih ti. Ltecyiif of Jolm
' D. WILLIAMS, .1). SI.fi.
Wi'.oiintcn, Nui. i, iSsj.
Excellent Saw Mills
NE half of 1 valt.able Eflafe in
If MiVs, built by flic laic Peer Mai
leu, Klq. and the bubfcriber, on Dla
River, bc'ow Fayetttvihe, on the road to
Wil tit ingtoiit' Acrofs the tivcr is a per
nunent nam, on which, arc two Saw Mills,
which tvoik four laws, with each a fcpa.
rate running geur, and have cut iScoo
feet of lumber ia a wtek ; ' and a Corn
mill, well fupplicd with cufiom. Th
Milli sic new and well built, are conflant.
ly fupplicd with an ahumiar.ee cf ert
an I proicTtki! from fMhcs by a n.tural
wala way. The liver extends 40 milts
above the Mills; loi can be bated to
"them front a treat dillance, and raft! to
-. 1 . , . i .i....U:ii - tu'i ;
ton. 16,50a acres of Lind, covered wiiri
pine, cyt'iils and oak, and adjoiiuii' each
fJe ol itc river, are conncdlcd siih the
Milli ; icoo acres of u luh of un exce1.
lci.t q ia!iiy lur rice, n ay be drained and
watered by a dam at the with. way. The
uplands abound in liglimoin!, and rar and
turpentine may be made lo a' Jftar. .
There is no fitmtion in tt . :t.ie kvhuh
Combine1, cijiul iit-; 1 i I f hc i.ji n.
l--.lt: re t l j in; hin hci , aal lu.ict ai,J
rue, where ih.re ii Ii.tiuut.r "wa-cr to
irjuijoit etc ly th. (4 iw uuiLc, a d the
Ji!:i ate (o pet Let', K"' ii'.rn ti-c
i'jnj;er t f ll i fh. A t ",iul und.vicd
halt f i!.c wUU froj'tny, with a ;w
N.tifoe. flock ol Cattle, HUckfmith'i
1 ooli, a number ol Oxen, tt,d all other
ihinKi ncrtllary about the Milli, are I
he fold on a liheril crrd i, lo full the
convenience of ihc purchafer. For lermi
apply to Mtflfi. John Wlr.llow and John
tccei, of Fayctievillc, who are lolly
em.'oweud to fell the fame.
Fjtc"',i ApiiLa, 1805. 446
"IIEi'ibicriber In qualified at Adrnlnl.
trstar uptinthe estiteof (Itorge JcimiisRi
He r f Wilmington, dec. alt ron indtbt.
cd (o said citate arc requested to make In.tnc
. ditepan tnt and those vhoLatftlair
arc ic'i'i'itd to exhibit the tame within It
lirti? limiitcd by act of Assembly, o.hcri'
thctiillle barrtd of recovery,
THOMAS JFNNINGS, A4ra'r.
I WUminn, Sept. 21, 18'Ji,