THE Ccmmittee-ef Propoeitiona and Crie
, ances,te whom was'rtkntd the memorial of
James Dcnald, Mote C. Powers tnd benja
min Thurston, praying an enquiry to be
made into ibe cfikial conduct of Robert Pot
ter', 'a J u 'tike cf the Peace of the county of
Brunswick, mi aio the counter petition of
the aid Potter r . ? ' , '
Report that your Cmnmlttce have duly
Considered the memorial referred, to them,
arid examined the vouchers and testimony to
them adduced, foraid against the person
Complained of, . and. are of opinion that the
eaid Potter ouht not to be removed or sat
pended from his oflkei5' ,'" . r; . v . ;; f
Submitted, ' - '' ' !' ''-'.".
JOHN M. BlNFORD, Chairman.
In Sefate l2Ui December, J805. . r :
The forejoiniptport being read, Resolved
that the House do concur therewith. .
',:.". ALEXANDER MARTIN, S. S. ;
M. STOKES, Clerk. " . 1 v
la House of Commons, 12th Dec. 1805. '
The foregoing report was read and con-
' . S. CABARRUS, Speaker. ;
.By order, , V ' . , ;
- j. hunt. . ; ; ;;4 f
.The above petitions , against me were ac
Jcnmpanied by a variety of affidavits, endea
vouring to substantiate the same, all of
. -which were introduced in the General As-'
eembly by General B. Smith, but. had rtouhey
. desired effect. . ROBERT POTTER.. ;
j Dick's Hotel.
THE $ulfcribcr informs 'he public,
that he has taken the hoiife in
yihuh he- retires for anotl.tr year, and
takes this -i opportunity 'via i'olicit the cof
cm of travellers, anduihsrsi wl may be
I allured to meet with every attention and
the bell fare the p 0e vilhafford. , , '
Thofe indebted to'hmi are irqncftcd to
come forward and fe'.le thctT accuunta.
Wilmingroni Detuncr. 17, 1805. -
J list of petsvu, rtprtsentig'thn:sthrt tole
cititeat-ofMorth-Carolina, vk jcrt imprts
" sid and art detained in the British service for
" vtaktof documents to prove tkeirGliltiuhifc
George Washington Eddy, North-Carolina.
John Brooks, , - doi
George Parker, v. . . do.
John Lister, do. , '
William Quince, - 1 do.
Ephraim Lutun, (Edenton,) do. '
William Innis, ( Wilmington,) do.
Elke Fiercey, (Edenion, Ao
. Thomas Grtenslade, . do. -
Alexander Saunders ' , . do.
Mathew Rowlan, ('Wilmington,). do.
Thomas Griffith M'Kac, (Uiaden,) - do. .
. Their friends are enueted to " procure
proof of their citizenship, with descriptions,
of their persons, and forward the same to tba
Custom-House in, Wilmington. , 1
TIMOTHY BLOOD WORTH, CoSecfr
December 10,. 1805. 3w.
- JAMES DICKSON
RESPECTFULLY informs the la.
dies arid gentlemen of Wilmington,
ami the people in generJ, that he hasjtiil
. returned trom Ncw-Yutk, with a neat
aud falhionablc atloi tmeut of
futtable to the feafotv, Which he it opening
one door north of Mr. Thomas Jcnniugs,
, in Front-fttect, ,ai:l will fell at rc
ductd prices for Caih or Country Pioduce.
Wilm'uito!), Uec. 17,1005.'
Fresh Goods. '
THE subscriber takes this method to in
form his friends and the public, that he has
iitat'onened.' two doors south ol the Court-
, ibtise, in I'ro'M-bU'eet,; (itt the Stores for-
merly occupied byllenrv IV-llovard, a general
assort me r.t of : fahiotWif.le GOODS adapted
to the season, which he is determined to stll
, on the lowest terms for Cash.
" ALSO 0. V HAND,
A quantity of best qaiilitr American Cheese..
' IVilmington, Dac.10, 1805 2w.
Several 1 Negroes
FOR SALE' 6X A SUO'li V CREDIT.
Apply to - !, r
"Hooper 'Gf Mitchell. '
Wilmington, Dec. 10, 1805. . . .
" TO BE SOLD,
THAT well kiK'tfii auj valuable Mil!
Sst on Holly Shelter, about thirty
tntles trt m Wilmington, lite the property
efCoS. John P. Vi'ilam in fituatiou
!i hralthy and agreealr, there is tui the
prernifes a two ilory Dn-ellipj, kiuhen,
Lnd"otler oul Moufti thertream if known'
to be equal to any in the tate,V jih a ftt
cf Mills a little out of repair, the Grift.
Mill in gooJnrJer. The terms of Tali
may be ma It known hy application to
Roger Moors, Sheriff ;f New. Hanover
Coonty, or Robert Durfc; intrcbaot,
rjecember l), 1805
Ij the Utl art halt from Livnbool, iht J(.
hivmg o'ticltt, vhich haxingbttn laid
jjwuralU tt mi viU tt told
WINDOW GUfi 14 b; 12, 12 b;
10 and in by 8,
Li' e Lead n rrg cf 34 and 28 lbs
rYcJ:o Pair! do. bl t4 to38Irti.
Spanifh Bmsp, 10 . 14 to it 111.
Canvafs, No. t, 1, 4, 0 ani 8.
Sewing Twin., .
Sein i!o. trry TniH.
Off II WD,
MufiCvaoSufar, iu b-ru-ii, 5c c fee. ,
12 Casesol 4-4 7-8 Imh Linens,
3 Da. of 3- brown, do.
9-1, t-4 and 10-4 Diaper,
10 Quarter caks of ?Uriy k Lisbon Wine,
I Pipe th proof l!rait!y,
30 lluxesbf CUretcradoamesch,
11 Danes and 6caks of Raisins, Currant!
Window CUs (Oby I and it) by IS,
Hilbcrt'a tonn Stutt,
With frurul i irnrr4 tj
Dry Goods, Crotcrics and Hard.
at tht lowest advsnct fur Product or rro4
L U at saort iklt, ty
WuCiliijtcp, Dtu 10, IM.
SALT MULLETS by the barrel,
IpORTale oi board the fchV Indury,
. Jofsph Picll," mailer; from Svcar.fh -ro'i;b,
now lyiuj it the Maiket-whait.
December 10, 1805, w.
Positively the last Notice.
THE Subscriber informs all persons in
dehted to him, that having determined
to decline busmen, he is constrained to re
quire speedy payment. After the fi-t nf
March next (which is the extent of iiulul
gence he can allow (onsisten'.ly with his en
. .u.-n.t. iiwl thi nrKsini' neressitv for b
1 Cnal close of his mercantile transactions) oil
notes, bonns anu open iaonnuini renin mi
cmpiid will benrtmediatfiy put into the handa
of an Attorney at Law for collection.
- JOHN KELLY.
Fayetteville, DecemSerT, 1805. 3w
f ScodanJ. )
CculSamvul Liriscifo v.
Ftir Iretkht rr palFaue,
board, or lo . JOHN-LORD.
Wilmington, Nv. 5. ,.
THE Subscriber will give the highest
pi ire in Cash for Cattle of the above
desrripriun. Apply at hit atore south side of
H ANSON KELLY. '
Wilmington, DreemUr ll, llos.
7"i Subjtrihri hcriteretvfd fmm 3VVt.".7Vr
a vaar cKataai. AiscaiMCT cr '
G 0 () D S .
Suited to the season, whir h they oflVr for a'e
ott reasonable terms, for-CAkh or cuttr.iry
Hortfycr Mitdv.ll. , .
- Thy hute elf in hand fir taU
Genuine Port Wirte m ca.cs of 3
014 Jamaica Rum by the hogshead,
Sii;ar by the h sgshejd or barret,
Ship Bresd t(f btslqulity,
TobrC4. Flour, IluUer, Prtf, 6lc.
It is become necesssry from the frequent
mistakes that have taker, place in conse
quencenfthe dishonesty ofsrsnls that are
aent for goods to lock at, or perhaps inaccu
racies of our own, to advertise ourtustoracr
that we must decline that practice in future.
Decembers, 1 10 J.
BANK OF CAPE-PEAR.
"l""HE ' St.sckholilen in fail Batik are
X htreby totlhed that the ftcond pay
mcnt of tentv-fie dollars on .each fhare
wi!l become due and payable on Fridaj the
third Jay cf January, 1 806.
.' : JOHN iiOGG, CfkUr..
Wiltningto, Dec. io, Sc5.
Continues t transact Jdcrantile Business in th$
Commission Line, ..
And has lately received by several vessels frpm
Ewope iVest-Indiei if Coastwise, the fj
r twinf artieUs, : which h Jfer aluhdt
-. suit prices, is. '':,';:";'v .';:"'?:.:...
1 7 Crutes Liverpool Earthen ware, ;
4 Boxes Havannah white Sugar, "i
11 Boxes & 4 Barrels, browttjdttto 4
59 Hhds Molassei eood quality,
9 t'uncheons VVesi-lmiia 2d aud sa prooi
Rum,'';-" ' V' . Vv ;'" '"
3 Puncheons American 1st proof dittos ' '
IN STORE. .
S Cases men's coarse Hats, -
1 - Rale woollen Slop. ; ' "
2 Boxes roUon wool Carda, .
I Trunk India; Cottons,
4 Chests Bobea Tea", - -8
Casks Raisins, ;
8 Casks 6 penny Jc 8 penny naila,
12 Keo Spanish Brown, in oil, '
3tt)0 Philadelphia liTicks good quality;
German Sc blister Steel,
Hund .Mill Stones -good quality,
Hogsheads Tobacco, ... r
Kf'tj;jiinufctured ditto . ' ' '
kaircls I'hiur. , '
Wilmington, October 29, 180$.
Ten Dollars.Uevi'ard. ,
Wli feK l;Ab, Altxar.str Ltighftn
h;e Ma'et.fjhefhio Royal Cfur.
lotir, hi imp (oi ('effftei'.) ion the faid
flvp, onlht iSth Oftoher. The above
ifward w!l br icn to any rerfon or
p-; I jiisiha' will fcture him, fo that he
. 1 a :V ir
n ay be ytt n ooaio, or I.: the joi"iuon
ot the luDluibcr.
Master of said Ship,
Iredrd to inflitute fulti againd
all perfons who ate iodebtcd to the cf
tate ot the U'tt Thomas H, Hooper, of
Uruofwick county, amLeit payments are
wiaile to roe tn vt before the. fourth Mon
day in Janttirj-Dcxt. t , v
: A. M. HOOPER.
Wilmiagibn, Dec. 17, ihc$.
Wilrrintor, Octrbtr 25.
THAT viluaMe Pl?tatfn inliladenCcun-
ty, 06 milcs-fx)m WiliTiingon, vhere the
Subscriber f rm a rly lived.kntiwti by the name
ofSpriiiglli!l,fijrnierly advertised mthintia-
acttc It contains twelve lundred atid eighty.
acres, one hundred of which is cleared, i iul
under fence, with a good two atnry. framed
Honse on it, Store House, Kitchen, Smoke
Home, Cribs, Sublcs, svith apj le fd peith
urcnartis.an(j every oir.cr fonvcruncy Mr a
farmer unotaoldhy Thurdythe 2Ut No.
vember, it will then be set up at vendue. Part
of the purcLa-e money will be mude cuy to
the purchaser. -Two likrly Negro men and
five Children also lor sale Kit tetins ap-j-ly
to he Subsaibcr Witmmtou.
Wilmington, November 1, 1 805.
FOR SAL En
A RICE Plantation 4 miles from town, ii
HR Plantation whereon Michael
I Satnpfon, Efq. fotmetly lived, on
M or tin' Creek in New.Ifarijvn Couo-
tv, containing nrar tn hundred aciei.
Thett are on faU Plantation about j6 a
Ctes tiJe Swamp under bank and ditch and
!iiJid lain o he Id 1, quarter sir ai rd,
row fit fortve cultivation of Rice, The
upland is well calculated for (lock quar
ttr, having a good range for Hop and
Cattle. On the land are Pear Tree very
valuable f.ir the Wilmington era let.-
; One, two and three vtart credit will Se gi
ven Afp'catooiooe nta-ieto ife rrinter
f this (Jatctie, tf batoutl R JuCcljB,
Lfn. Autny at law.
Dcv.cmbr 3, lloj.
tus'ed on both idt of Cailth Crerk,
' front the moit'hol auidCreekto Mr. Toomer'a
line. coniinngabout300acresRice-rieKl UPK
V0 of which hss been cleared and planted in
Uice. Payments will be made easy by part
btin paid this Inter, lhe balance nuy.be
paid by four yearly iittslmtnls,or good notes
er bond. The sittutiim for building is lea
sint and convenient, commanding a full view
oirr all the Rice eround ( on it is a framed
fcotte nearly fmiahed abcut 22 by 26 feet,
with a pood brick chimney and sundry ntpro
bouses. In order that pijments may be
made punctually and eay to the purttawr,
I will lease him for 3 years a field of above 20
acres, where I now reside, already cleared,
under gcod bar.ks. flood t;atrs and half
quarter drains, frte from rent, the produce
bring delivered to me towards psyinent
For further particulars apply to the subscri
ber or Mr. R. Bradley,
. He will aUa sell 5000 acres of I .and on
Hs'ct ica River, joining Mr. R. Mumfwrd
and Mr. John B ck. The ftrtility and con
veniencet of water carriage Is very grtat,
ihey being about 30 miles fiora Chicksssw
l'duIT. Payments will be made easy by five
yearly Instalments with good security. Also,
two Tracts of Land on Ashe's Crtrk, in this
Count v, 1,40 acres, well timbered and situ
ated for Saw Mills called the Cio Cordm
and 640 acret of l-aol on the N. Kivrr,
and running down the river about a tmWio
Crn. Ullinrion'a line. The timber on the :
rtvf r la the best quality for Sbiarjts, and tUt 1
wn the up land for Turpeotar. ,
Any Person Inclined to purchase only a '
part of aid Lands may be accommodated, aad
Fashionable G oods
' A. LA7ARUS -
Hat lately imported frtm JtK-VJ ord Jtec
di, uh assortment cj seascr.jb.t endjushin "
elle GOODS, wl.ieh are nw opening and J
saU at low prices.
BEST superfine BroatL Cloths and LersK . -meres,
2d and 3d qualities, do. io.
Taney cut velveteens ard ''Fenctt'e cord.
Genoa velvet, satuns and tiik coicskins fon
; Vests,:;-- '
Sattins for ladies cloaks and pellices,
Lutestrings, mantuas, and pcrauns for drew
Black silk mode and 6-4 silk shawls,
Ehtgunt laced clock kud plaiu ailk and coltOlr
hosicty,.-. ' -.
Angola. and hmb'a wool, do. " '
Silk, cotton," worsted and leather glbTet,
MarseiN, dimities and muslmets,
Lacrd and plain cambnek muslins,
I'.mboss'd and fast black do. .
Harness'd,nnan'd, tamborc and nlam muillrnl
Laced cambrick, flush and Tappet aha), "
ttHDit ana curtain calicoes,
lrih linens, long lawns and cotton ahirtin?,
Infanta, towelling anJ tabling diajKr, (vcif
Pxra. fine and common flannels,
Saiiskin, common and b'-cking-lntir.es,
BrMnbazstts. dujants, wildbcresand rusaellty
Men's fine hats -rd women's bonnets,
Men's shoes and u onun's morocco ' atufk '
3 doaen pair ladies kid slippers, (lndon
inadr, especially for dancing,
Scotch ingrain carpetting,
Course bioad cloths, plains and kendal cet
tons, . .. -
Lar;;e rtse, London dufTil 8t negro blaiikete, .
Brown linens, hufnhnmt and rhi.cks.
m'F0li THE LADIKS.
Gol.l, silver, silk and cotton fi-imre,
Sp!glfd, v'lvet, silk and cotton trimmings,"
Wl.iu, black and coloured silk and cuUon
Hat silk cords and tasrh,
Bindentis, silk und cotton ctrds of all colmtrj,
Sleeve tassels and cord, silk and cotton but
tons, Picknick and Lee silk glofes and mltta, "
White and black silk fringe,
W hite, black, blue and puik beads,
GJd aid stiver fer.thers,
f lowers, rosctts ai l wreaths,
Muslin aed crane turtians,
JWlile, bbtk, pink, blue and bun- crapes,
Netting needles and pins," silver thimUcf .
Iselttng silks and rMtou, white silk Lee,
2 dozen Tortoise "heU braid curbs, . , Ji
4 sett do, . Creicrnt t'o,
1 ntulin dress, complete, cf the first a'yle,
S!i")ttlatlrn at.J figured ribbons,
Imperial tnprs and flat bohins, ,
Adrlphi, rieiiiih, nun's Sicamhriek threads.
And rhiallrodvfy Slore'iie olfcrra grne--
ral assortnittrt hi that line, with a very oaten,
aive assorttO'-nt of
AU Tower proof gun-povider and shotf
of all sizes, at wholesale.
. Wilmington, November 19, 1803.
THE fubLrher hereby forhuS all per
f.n Iron hunting with Dog r (Jun
-iir'his Lands, at anJ near the head of
the !uiid, acd all all pctfon from ta.
king up Oy Hers, fifhing and landing tleir
oi and canoes, on the fame Sncli
perfons nefpafQnK thereon will he profe
cuted at the Uw direcls.
.Wilming'cn Nov. 19 1805."
TO KENT "
For term ol yean, as may be agree! aa.
THAT heathy ard beautiful Plante.
lion, near li e lead ol the Sourwf,
known hy the narre ul Sedglcr ALlry,t?s
which there la very coinmodoi'i an-l
well finillird Dwe'ding Hotife, r loth
fee beach tw an avenue, and atoi la'f a
mile from the Sourf, wtUk at all fcafora
: aOordi abundance of fifh and the bell ovf
! ten. Thtie i alfo on the fme 1 gin.il
i kitchen, fmoke houfe, rain, Qalle anl
j chair hatife, with foerte fruit uri. 1 he
' land Is well adapted 10 the cwlue f
j Coin, Cotton asd Il tfiRn; tliete is
joining lle lloiile one Iint'drea acres itcn
iclard fwaraf, whlrh can he tauiy o.
eifloedv fi'ein i.f wllch hclra'rH
and will piixUiCt excellent Krr. VVU
ever wtav not the lame can be accommo
dated ih moft kinli cf fdanistion
ay beaccomnsodaud.aai , ...., ...a, ... ii,V t
of Vovember, will te .w at veacur, irw .- 1
disMulle 1'ules will be lven, by
T I). MALLtTT.
r.Tst'.etiUa, ttsWr:?, IHV,
iraji trims irrlv ! ViVl"rifn
W!aJf,tori Nev. 19.