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29th November, 1805 k
TO ESOLVED, that Discount, shall ai be
marie Atthn n..i ,- j . . .
. V ' "inw uii i riaay m each
week-Note offered far Discount on Friday'
must be lodged , Bank during Bank hour
or that day on which day the Discount shall
be settled and such as hall be admitted shall
be passed to the credit of the applicant and
j)aid for on next ttay. v ; - - .
By order of the Board' of Director. .
r ' JPHN IIQUU, Cashier.
The Subscribers have receive J from Nexo-Yirk
A Ttar GENERAL ASSORTMENT O
Suited to the eann. wliiri. r.. n.. r ' .
on. reasonable terms, ' for. Cash or country
Produce. " ' . - '
Hooper 8c MitrhpTl.
. . They have also on hand for sale
Genuine Port Wine in cases of 3
dozen each, ' -.' ' - : ,
Old Jamaica Hum by the hogshead,
Sugar .by the hogshead or barrel," ''' vu". J
Ship Bread of best quality,'-; ; . '
Tobacco, Flour; Butter, Beef, &c.
It is become necessary from the frequent
.mistake that have taker, place, in con,
quenceofthe dishonesty of servants that are
em for good? lo look 'at,' or perhaps inaccu
racies of our own, to.advertise ourtustomcra
that we must declipe that practice in future. ;
December 3, 1 805 1 ' . . . .
FOR SALE : "
rnLOj! Plants Inn
I Sampfon, Efq. formerly jived, on
Morgan's Creek in. New-Hanuver Coun-
iVt containing near t-vo hundred acres
There are on fa'id Plintation about 36 a
cres tide Swamp unffer bank and ditch and
titvidtd into two fields,' q-iarter drained,
now fit for Ox cultivation of Rice. The
upland is well calculated for a Hock quar
h"?3 G0od range for Hogs and
Cattle. On the land are Pear Trees very
valuable fir the WMlming-oV market.
Onc, two and three years creJit will be ei-
. VCf!..ADDlIcat lOil to hi m m tl. !.:.-
ef this Gazette, 6r Samuel R." Jocelyn.
Lfq. Attorney at law, " . 5 .
"' December 3, ,1.805. ' . .
mfH' . c'..i.r. -l' .
. . vvniiyiciK ouuicnoers to tne
-Wilmington Race are hereby infor.
xncdthatinteniljys from this date they will
be indifcriminarely Warranted, unlet pay.
mentis prcvioufly made. 1
' JAMES BROWNLOW.-
vcc. 3, I805.
T K. any of the relations of MUiamlltIa
1 tbtwst hq'fhipped on. board the brig
Orange, in Mach"U(r,Via Savannah lor
Kingtfon,- Jam. and there died in confc'
quenteof ill u fa c from the.rrcfs gang,
villcall on the fubferibersthey will hear
nf something worthy of their a'tentlon
in hii cbeit was found a Protection illued
in New.Ymk, purporting that tie was
born in Boflon.
The printers ,fn Boflon will do an art of
charity by-mn this once a p!ac.c in their
pipers. . '
C. 6 P. PELIIAM.
Wilmington, December 3, 1805.
' FOlf SALE"
On htrdtheSh'r. Vantyl, William Punthard,
tatttr,,om SaUih. sow hinr at Jathua
. 2Uts't Wharf.
Xj LVV KnglanJ Rom bf the hhda. and
Wolinn by the hothead, -
CUerry Rum by the barrel, ,
Cin Cordial, by the half barrel or ea e,
a'rencli Cordials, Ho'." thi?
Ilose Coiliuls, , ilu do.
V I f I L a .
Kxccllcnt sharing Soap,
Tbif k Hutsia Duck,
Lmrnror' do. do
Clood table Ush by the bt,
Tung and Sound by barrel
Sewing Twine by the box,
Cordage fdtrTcrcnt ftltc,
(4wcrt, do. do.
!cd" Shoes thick axd thin,
Worn t a' do.
A handsome assortment of furniture,
Coane Linen, for ntgroes, and sundry other
article too ted iou to mention.
Note ruber 26, 1 80S.
710 JIEXT ,
'T'JfAT Large anJ commodiout hwe, on
Frnnt-Street, a fc door north if the
Court-I louse, in a central andpuMk part e
the town, formerly occupied by Mrt. Mcrk
&nl at present by W'nu rtk. Itss'f.ustion aid
iructure render . it .jtculUrly convttiicnt
bouse of public eotcrtsiomcnU It tu
prbriyto any oltr In the piste I fioto
rnm. , Possession tUl bi gtcn on the lath
. AprJr H. vov.NC.
" board, or 10
For trciht or rfl-ge
Ppl to the maflcr on
v Boarding House.
TJ; ?U5Cri?er acqamt her friends and
' and 1 int PnU,bhc1,tl-t.sh - removed to town,
Holr ?i k"P genel Boardihg
: Mr iJl T t-C.nc"lcnt lately occupied by
Mr. Jacob Levy m Market-Strcet
,v;,m. . x;' AT M'DOXALD. '
Wilmington, Nov. 26, 1305.
T'ffi V r r rCmovcd 8 Tajlo'-'s
Shop froi Market-street, a ftw doo: '
below lhe Court-IIouse in F.onUstrecU
.; He takes this opportunilv to anlicit 4 enn-
AViimmgtoR, Nov. 2C,.i6o;.
Dissolution of ' Copartnership.
TLHE Subscribers have by mutual aeree
. nu-nt, th.s day, dissolved Copartnership
-j-All pcrsonsVhoare indebted to them are
thertfpre required to make immediate pay.
rncmu Dakiel M'KaT who is fully .L
thomed to nettle the business cf the firm ;
and al those toWh.om they are indebted are
desired to hand in their accounts for setlla
menu D NIKL M KAV.
.. w., . , NATHANIEL SWANEY.
Wilmington, Nov. 13. 3w.
INFORMS his friends and the public in'
general, that he continues to carry on his
business a -few -doors above the Bank in
rront-Street. mi.i ..si -:.. .1 .: r.
nmingion Nov. .19. tr.
Looking'.Cfass if PrivJ Store.
LT AS for Sale, VVholcfale and Re-
. JLX a'U :e an'ortmeni of el.gant
Lnjtiavtd Prims, and Looking GLlIes
Kith amlw.thout frames: a variety ot
jvlaps, B.romcters, Thermometers, Te.
I: pe, Microfcopei, Opera aJalles.Na.
gators .Surveyors and Pocket Co.npaf.
les; Magic Lanthorni, Miniature Frames,
Pencils, Kiddle Siring, &c. and a variety
of SpetUclcMo f-iit any aqe. - HeFrame
and Glaics Prints to any fue and paucm 1
puts pUtes in Lookytc-CJbfs Frames; and
repairs Baromctrrs, rhcrmotr.eicrs, Spec
tacles, tec. on realonable terms.
THE fuMci iter rrquclts all ferfons
gaiufl whomiie has demands to come
forward and make payment bilme the
firlrday ot January- next, amt tbofc to
whom be is indebted arc alfo rcqticlled to
hand in theiraccounts for fcttlemct.t.
lit offers forfale the flock of Goods
Ve how hj on hand, as low aa they can
be purchaftd in New-York, and ui!
give a lihual credit. HENRY YOUNG.
Wilmington, Novetn cr 16.
THE fubferiber hereby forbids all per
f jns from hunting with Dog or Gun
Cpcn his Lands," at anJ near the' heaJ of
the.Sound, and alfo all perfons fi0ni ia.
king npOjdcn, fiflting and landing their
boats anJ Canoe, on the fame. Suth
perfons tiefpalGnjj thereon will be prof,
cutcd as the law dirccls.
WilmIron Nov. 19
For a term oi )ears, a may be sgree.l cn.
THAT healthy and beautiful Plant,,
tion, rear the head or the Suui.d
known by the narrc ol Scdglcy Abbey, on
which there Is a very comrhodtom anJ
rll finifhtd Dwelling Houfe, open to the
fea beach bf an avenue, ami atom I :f a
tnile from the SounH, which at a! fcjf,Ms
alfords ahundance of uili and the btfl i.yf.
ten. T.Vre is alfa vtx the fame e cooj
kitihen, fmoke hotit, barn, UaMc and
chair houfe, wish fom'e. fiuit rices. 1 he
land it we I adipttd to the culture of
Cor, Cotton atid Jnf:go there is
joining the Hotfcett fun e'errt aciri tih
Inland fwamp,. V hah Can he eafi'y o.
iirflowed, Caiesn tif hic h, is clc r J
and pro,Wa exttl!ent Rice. Who.
ever may (tot the fame ran hi accommo
dated tib f pc fl kin's ul plantation
titer filf, atwl fuplied nih ary flock be
Ivt'pti e o the land, at a fair valuation,
for terms srrlv in Wilmington io
x . TKH MAXMELL.
Wi:cn;ton Nr 10.
a. ivzarus .
Kas Ijteljir.iportci from KevYjrk end Les
djn, atastjrtment cj seastrcie cad fashion
c$lc GOODS, which we new evening and'J or
side at fiv prices. ' ' ' .. '
BLSTsupcifine Broad-Cloth and Kersi-
2d and $ qaalities, do. do.
" Fancy cat velveteens and Benett's cord, -Genoa
velvet, satiins ami silk moleskins for
vests, . - , -Sattins
for ladies cloaks and pellices,
Lutestrings, maniuas, and persians for dresa
Black silk mode and 6-4 silk shawls,
..Elegant luced clock and plain silk and cotton
Angola and lamb's wool, do.
Silk, cotton, worsted and leather gleves, .
MarseiUj dimitias and muslinets,
Laced and plain cambrick ,mulins,
Enibosi'd and fast black do.
Harness'djapan'd, tambore and plain muslins
Laced camurick, flush a'nd .Uppet shawis,
I Iabit aal curtain caticoer'
Irish liix'hs, longUwns and cotton shirting,
Iufants, towelling' and tabling duper, (very
Extra, fine and common flannels,
Swanskin, common and bocking baizes,
Bombazctts, durants, wildbore and russells,
Men's fine hats and nomen's bonnets.
Men's shoes and women's morocco St stuf
3 dozen pair hdies kid, slippers, (London
made, especially for dancing,
Scotch ingrain carpetting,
Coarse. broad cUhs, plains and kcndal cot
tons, Large rose, London duml Sc negro blankets,
Brown linens, humlmms and checks.
FOR THE L ADIES.
Gold, siU-er, silk and cotton fringe, -Spangled,
velveti silk and con on trimmings,
White, black and coloured silk and cotton
Hat silk cords and taxsels, ' . . . -Bandeaus,
silk atnl cotton cords of all colours,
Sleeve tassels and cord-, silk and cotton but
tons, Picknick and la$e silk gloves and mitts,
AV hit and black silk fringe,
White, black, blue and pink beads,
CJold and silver feathers,
' Flowers, rosea and wreaths,
Muslin aud crape turbans,
White, black, pink, blue and buff enpes,
Netting needles and pins, silver thimbles,
Netting silks and cotton, Wnc silk lace,
2 dozen Tortoise slidl braid combs,
4 sett do. Crc.icnt . do.
I muslin dress, complete, of the first style,
Shott latten and figured riLboni,
Imperial tapes and tU bnbins,
Adtlphi, Meini di, nun's & cambrirk threads.
And at his Grocery Store he offers a gene
ral .rim.nt in that lid, rtlxh m try vxl.u-
kive assortment of
.fx Tower proof gun-povVder and hott
of all sizes at wholesale.
Wilmington, November 19, 1305.
And ptsttssijn given on st January nett
The Wharf and Ware-House,
NEAR Mr. Muin's, at prefentoc
Ctipied by Mtirrs. Willkings, Scott
and Co, Apply to
GILES ic BURjGWlN.
Wi mington, N.iy. 5, 105.
XHE rubfaibcr informs Ms friends
and the public in general that l.e has
thaicouen;ent houfe lately uccNpi.
fl by Mrs. Howard, a-ljoining Mr.
Thomas Jennings's, where he hones by his
attention lugife Utiifaaion to ihofe who"
may favor him with their cuflotn ; a boy
i!l always be ready to take care ol hoi
ft which will be diligently attended to.
Loardai acommodstcd by the week or
j Wilmington, Nov. If. sr.
I Valuable Lands
! for sale;
THE fubferiber offers flr f4!e ,he
P antation whereon Peter Uobcfan,
, dueafedf tormctly tefJtd, containing one .
ihoufand acres, iiuated on the North Lai
lide ol CapuKear River, 2f miles bcluw
: l ayeiteuhV The Land is well adapted
to the culture of C. rn. Wh.i .jA.
tun, it frenor in foil 10 any in its i.clth.
ourhooJ and rot fubjul to frelhes--a-botn
one JuinlreJ a,iesoa the iicr is
cleared and under fence ; on the pretnifei
iagwd delli.1g h ,uie, kitchen and o
t.ier out h-iufcs. I he o, land is well lim
bered iih pire and .ak, anJ has ihe ad.
tar.tajit f)f two go.! Smm, oa each of
which t n excellent Mill Seat.
A T raO r, 4co acre. Ii tax la the fork
ff GooJman s ard il Great Sam.., tie
luil which Is iqual 11 not f,ireii..r lo
to thai nf any upland. Thil tn (s alk
rll limbered, and hai the advanijre cf a
flrram on which aI.II n.lghi he eirued.
Tha terms .f ravmer.t arc CsSi or Ke.
groes. THOMAS J. AOIIEt'OW.
I jeuttlllr, w.
Qmlinxett lrciuKt llerxintiU Business in tie
Commission Line, .
Ar.d hts lateh reteivedrj several vessels f'ta
JLurtfe, West'Indies L" .iatttrise the J
Lrait$ trtieieSf fcAwi heifers at WS-
tale frieetj Ws. r
17 Crate Liverpool Tartken ware,
4 Boxes Havannah wlnte Sugnr,
H Boxes !e 4 Barrels, brown ditto
59 Hhda Molasse- pnod quality, '
9 Puncheon Wtst-ludia 2d and 3d. proof.'
'. Rum, ' " .. ' -i
2 Puncheon Aroericsn lit proof t!iuo.
3 Case men's coarse Hats,
1 Bule woollen Slops, '
2 Boxe cotton k wool Cfirtls,
It Trunk Jndia Cottons,
4 'Chests' Bohca Tea,
8 Casks Ivaisins,
8 C.'asls 6 petiny S penny nails, - "
2 KeRS Spanish l'iiow n, in oil,
St)00 Philadelphia Britks- gocd quality,
Gemian !i blister Steel, -Covdujrr,
Hitml Mill Stones good qnality, .
Kegs manufactured ditto,
Sarrels Flour. .
Wilmington, Octobev 23, 1805,
Ten Dollars Reward.
late Matei'f ihclhtp Rojjl Char
lotte, has runner cfcrted) fjom'tht LiJ
fliip, on the iSih Oichbur. The above
' reward' wil be given to ary yct(ov or
perfons ilia' wiiVlecorc him, 'fa that he
may be put on boatti, or in the jcilcllion
oi the fu'jfcribcr,
t Masitr of said Ship,-
Wilmington, Octfbtr 2jr
FOR SALE, v .
.'rilAT valuable Plantation inUladcnCoun-
ty, 36 mile from Wilmington, whttelhc
Subscriber formerly lived.known by the name
ofSpring Hill, formerly adveitiscd inthisCa-.
zctie It contains twelve hurdrcd and eichty
acres, one hundred of which is cleaied, trd
under fence, with a good two story framed
- House on it, Store 1 louse, Kitclitn, SmoWc
Houke, Cribs, Stables, with apple and pesch
Orchards, and every other conveniency for A
farmer lfnotsoldby Thursday the 21st No
vember, it will then be ct up at cndue. Pait
of the purchase money will be made eay to
the purchaser. Two likely Negro men ntid
fite Children also lor Silc For tetras ap
ply to the Subscriber in Wilmington.
Wilmington, November 1, 1805.
QN tha to h day of Dectml.er nex,
will be fold at the Court-Houfe in
vv nmingtoff, two thoufand lour hundred
and eihty.lour acres of Land, in the
upper part of the county, the property cf
William Wright, to fatisfy fundry esecu
lions in my hinds, the Goverr.or vs.
William B!udwerh and others. -
. . D. WILLIAMS, D.ShiT.
Wilmington, Nov. 5; 1805.
, FOR SALE.
RICE Plantation 4 miles from town, ti.
aiMc.ui v.BTum vree.
Iromtlie nwxithnt .;.). ..l . .
;, nni,iikiuiiin 1 uninfr
loo of which ha been cleared aud planted in
Hice,Paymcnt.iIl be made east ly part,
bettigpaidlhi winter, the balame may M
paid by four ) early iiitulmcnts, or good n-vte
or bonds. 1 he situation for builditirjs pka
U!it ml rnnt.t i.ni .. ..... i . 1
km, vwiuiuanuuig aiuil ntv
?wr 1! ground j. on it U framed
uouse warly Tmisned about J2 ly 26 ft?,
wih a gowd brick chimnwyand sundry negra
houses. In order pymct.U may L
made rtnictuaJly ajd easy to the purchaser,
1 wdl lease him for 5 years a field of atoe 20
acru, where 1 now nside, aiuady cltare,
Ulidcr orJ t.irV. C.u.X ...... . i.ir
garter drain, frt efruia rent, U.e prodm
? 10 me towaics psjrnrni
Jorfunhcr particulm apply to the sUbicti
Uror.Mr. R. IlradUy.
He wiUaUoscU 5CO0 acre cf Land en
Ilatchica River, joiomg Mr. R. Mumkid
wmu ,Hifc 1 n icrtiiny and con
temences cf wster carriage is veiy great,
they Icing about 30 m'le froavi Chitkss
BlyfT. Payment will be made easy ly fite
year!) instalments with good seeoi it.
two TracUofLaj.donA.VaCrtck. ititl.i
Countf, 1,443 acres, wtlltitnUted and situ,
attd for Saw Mills, called tU Da CarJrm-
and t4Actr,0f Laad m lbN. L. Ili, tr,
jomu-g William CampUU, Esq. on il.c north,
ai d running down tUriter about a mile la
Ctn. UUii.gi.jn-a line. The Umbr mi the
ncr is the beat qualiiy tr Sl.injle, and U.sl
00 the up Isod lur Tcrpewif.
Any person inclined to ( unhae csalr a
a mmmmw rm uuiuiii', n:a 1 k n m mn
at c.e tlty ,rt t,ot dispcMd of hy the 20tk
t.f.Nien.ber, wiU U avid at Vendue In.
tisatable Je o,U be ginn, ty
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