PUBLISHEDX BY ' '.witfZ flALL3ZhX, JANUARY 7, ISO
.TLlST- of ACTS
Passed otitic last session of the Legislature if
v.-Tt' Worth -Carolina ',';. ' ""..
An act torap pfd se vouch of the 2nd sec
tionof an-act, passed ia 1786, entitled' An
act to3direct the method, of appointing jurors
and surveynrs to run out disputed lands, io
far as requires jurori of flew- ; ''"' '
To Incorporate a company for improving,
the navigation of Tar river,, d for. keeping
' the same ia good rpj?akr..;."iv; . ;
To amend the lavs regulating the polic of
the tow.njtfjyBT,tfYUi t "
To incorporate and establish a Bank, to be
called by the name-aba ttuo of in e state
Wis, , v. if
id a part of the 5th sec
lion of an act, entitled t an act directing in
Vht manner any person . who hereafter may :
tntcr lands in any county of this state, shall
be entitled to 1 have his , pr her certificate
returned. '. -
To repeal an act, Entitled1 aa act to repeal
to muchof the, severafjaws now in force in'
this slate as grants power to the .trustees ,of
the' tTniyerii ty Vf .. N . Carolina to seize - und
possess, for the use of the Slid Unjvcvsiiy,, a- "
ny escheated and co.ifi.cated property.' .v
'Vrocoggre 6t. 'Tammany's' ydjj,-.
No. 30, Wnttungton. ','"'" .
'"TB'jT'ff JTirr.it iUiVers and dnncrs of i;s-f!-
and boat, auduny other peuns, iiom
trxdiog'wiih slave.- 1
-To alter the time of holding the several
elections. in th? county of Bladen, ajjd to
grant the inhabitants i of said county,'-two o
Uier separate elections. '',.
Fbr altering the time of holding tbe supe
rior courts oi law and courts of equity for
the dis.net of M jrganton, anoValso the times
f holding the county courts of New-llano-Ver.
' .7' -, : ,
To continue in force an act passed at the
last General Asstmbly, entitled. . an act to
amend an act passed at Xewbtrn, iatb year
1797, entitled an act to encourage the
building of mills and directing the duty of
millers.'; . . '.
' To prevent rice anrj immorality by decid
ing the ofTencef'therein contained, to be the
subject of indictment. '
Hespecting the elections in the counties of
Brunswick, aud Randolph.
To amend the 2d section of an act of the
Assembly-of 1795, entitled an act directing
the manner in which .the clerks of the sever
al superior and county courts shall hereafter
xnake their returns to the Comptroller. 3
To prevent Inspectors from being concern
ed in trade or thc cxporutioa pf coiomodilics
liable t b i n s pe cWJl U" 1 " " .
. , To incorporate the NbgnLIrchnical
' To repeal all laws heretofore passed ai
thoi'ising the Secretary of State to issue war
rau'ts for Tands for military m ices.
To alter the time of holding the county
Courts of Cumberlaitd .
To rau a remnue for the payment of the
Civil List and Contingent Charges of Govern
ment for the year. 1 808.
Relttive'toihe Court of Conference. ' '
. To abteml n act passed h 1804, entitled
anatt to simend an artentitled, an act
concerning proving of wills and granting let
ters of adiTunitration. and tc prevent fr-uds
in tltt nnemeni of iotettatea' estates,' p
acd lit the year
For Impiwiving the navigation of Roctfith
creeks and Iwer Little River, in CumUr
anrcoiyjtjM ' .
TITamend the several acts no in' force
, granting seperaie electlons-Wthe Inhabitants
of DjUiXjaoniXj and eslaUUf'mg bite other
aeptrate eledtion itt said county. -
KeUtive lands sold for taxes.
- Appointing tfa notmiof for theitwi K.
ing, pttsittt of fle bard or trustees cf the
n (f nunj further time for provimc ami rt
gi.tcnng bills 9f uie and ded cfgilu '
I To incorporate a .cQmpany tor the purpose
f cutting a njeaLle canal funn Lockwood'a
Torntpower the coutity courts of J)up!in,
fl Oo, to )ij a lax lb pay juror for-f-wj
couuiici to Uieiupcriorcouits-V----,
:hy;:''?- !--LON DON," November 7.1
The folloWins communication will be read
with much interest by the commercial world.
it reutes .to a suojeci oi raucn .ii(wuaui
and embraces conisequencts of the greatest
magnitude. ,W shall offer rid remarks on it
at present t ,;. . . 7 " ' '
-r- GreatL Cumberland Place,Oct.2S :
" $ir . I have the pleasure to encle you V
copy of a note from Lord MuJgravei contain
ing information thajJus.irlajobt'y has thought
fit to relax in certain ttsptcii . the . 'blockade
of the ports of Cad't aiid ' St. Lucar, winch
is now formed by his liaval torces.
" As the m'odifi ation 'whith 'r given to.,
he blockade of t&tVe. . ports I y. this (dectaj-'
United States, I h-dVc io ' request that' you will
' be so good as to communicate it without de-
lay to tneir consuiy at men- yci4 4
that their' citizens may have the udvantage of
it. ' '';.; :'
. I have the honor 'to be," sir, vour very.obh
iredsemnt. : JaMES'MUNROE.
'-Gen, Wm. Ljtttm,Gr.suL- "' .
, . of tht United $ietest tf?k ; '
...;. To James Muuroe, Fsq. v.
Duwiiing-stitei, Oct". 27.
".Thundersixiied, his Majesty's princi
pal Secretary of State for foreign afiairs, has
the honour, to inlorm'Mr,, Munro'c, that the
; King ha:r;g been pleased, in conformity to
tlie note transmitted by .hc undersigned to
Mr. Munroe on the J25lh of April last, to t'i
rect that the necf s ury measured should !e ta
ken for the blocluJe of Cadiz and St. Lucar,
md such having been umltjeingnow .blockt
ded, the undesigned is cci.uivnded to ac
quaint Mr. Munroe, that his Mj.siy is i!tas
ed to declare that such blockuUc will not ex
tend to prevent neutral vessel fro n entering
Into and sailing from the said p'jrts of Cadiz
and St. Lucar, provided thai the ncsm K so
entering and sailing from the said ports, shall
not be found to have on boa; d or to have car-
t ied to said oorts any wai like or naval stores.
or any article or ai ticjes intended to In;, or
usually converted intowarliks navul .stores,
; or provisions of any kind .-whatever, except
' Ing such may be fairly deemed sea stores,'
for the use of thie crews of such Vic'utral ves-
acl. , The undersigned is lljcreloYe comnrtn
!dcd tp request Mr. Munroe to apprize the
j tYnerjcan Consols and 'merchants residing
' in England, of this, determination of his ma
jesty., The inuler.igr.r.1 'requests Mr.
; Munroe to accept the assurance rf his high
The Austrian rmy which hai been liern i
med in on every side, has been totally defca
; ted. The garrison of. U tm has capitulated ;
' men have laid down 'heir arms, and
(been made prisoners of war. Some corps
( that had Bed towards the Tyrol, were vigor
ously pursued . '
1 . The consequences ofsuch a victory ar? tn-
l ; calculable ; all the passes oi the Tyrol being
; in our possession, tte army of the Archduke
!; Charles is placed between the j?rand army
': : & the array of general Massena. "The routes'
I lb Vienna1 are optin, and the.Russiau co
j lumns, which will certainly iwt oppose, the m
! . ' selves to the victorious French army, . have
j Trio other course to ddtow, ut to return .as
thtiy came. The history of Europe, fur the
j .last ihrgs centuries, presentSvnpt any eve.iU
I "to be compared with this,or which could have.
rsucTi consequences. Cw a frmvd ,
Announcinir the defeat oT Gen. Mack the re
duction of Ulm, and the .takiug-of more
than 40,000 prisoner. ' , t
' .' , - ' ' ; October 26.
Oii the 22d Vendemaire,. 1 itiv October,
Marshal boult ' seized upon Memmiiigen,
where he has made 6000 nrWoners."'
In the mean time his uiaj'jsiy surrounded.
the city of Ulm with the nwiu body, ol his
army. . ""
neighborhood of Llm the whole ol their lor-
C2, with lite exception ot au.uyu men unuer
prince Ferdinand, who endeavoured to get
In thx mght of the 17th and 16th October,
the ;ovnof Ulm capitulated: i,u Mack, 47
Generals, und 23,000 men were made pi iso-
nrso4 war. ,
Prince Murat reached on xhe 2kh the rear
of the column winch Li;. Ll.n on the 2lst;
l. ..x-tAJ Irifui t.iu..i' ..-u OAll. ika
Jilt III I VI W ipWMi.lPt J 1 1 WVI' ltM
whole corps Lid dav.-a their arms. . '
Bavaria i. .:alacly tvac'nit'ed : Marshal
Jlernadotte has rt'.nov.d his advanced posts
It Ihi Ion. It wu.t believed tiiit the head
a'larter-i of the euipt-in:' will be removed from
Uhu to Augsb-Jitr;.; on the 28th.
I he oitKi..i relation gives details of ahese
great events. ; Moniteur.
We are assured that his hxceluncy ar
shal Masscua has received f"om hi Majesty
the Emperor a iviter of which the loilovring
' is, an extract ' '
' 'lhe Austnans.. retire continually before
tH grand fir my i .They , wdl be- beaten, sup
by stent, as wcu as the Kussiaus, it we should
campaign I hart dispersed an army of en
hundred thotjssnd men: 1 have almost taken
the half of them prisoners j the rest are killed ,
woundedjordeserted Sc.reduced tothegreatest
constellation. ' -These brilliant successes X
owe to the affection of my soldiers, to their
patience in supporting fatigue. , 1 have only
lost 1 500 "men in killed and wounded; Sena
tors the first object of the war Is already ful- -filled.
The Elector of Bavaria is re-established
on his throne. .The unjust aggressors ,
have been 6truck, as if by lightnings and with V
the help of God, J hope, in a abort space of
time, to be able to triumph over my other "
enemies.-' - ::,
41 From my Imperial Camp at1 Elchingen,
; 26th Vendemaiie, Oct. 18. ..
; , "Napoleon. . .
- , . . iJQtfavw StattGatttttoftht tt JvVtf-.
We received intelligence from Frankfort
to the 27th of October while our Paper was at
Press. ll'adds, however few particulars of
importance, to those Already made known .
through the OfTicial Bulletins of the French
Army. The only interesting news is that
which relates to the retreat of the wreck of the
Austrian Army." On the 20th of October t,lis
l'mle Colninn commanded by the Archdflke
Fejiinund arrived at Nuremberg. It bad
Ivenon the 18'.irat Gunzenhausen. This Co-
' lcnin carried with it 50 or 60 pieces of artille
ry. !t h-id. scarcely departed thence when
Prince Murat's corps appeared, and made
soma prisoners in the suburb of Gostehhof.
Priiice Murat rode at the; head of four Rtgi
m?ptsof Cavnlry, and pursued the Austrians , .
' nearly to Eschennu. He came, back himself, '
however in the evening, and took up his head
quarters at Nuremberg, while his corps fol
lowed the Enemy. Another action has been
f uglu at Lscheiii U, in which the French toi-k .
a number of prisoners, and some cannon.
The Austrians then continued their retreai ta
king the road to the Mountains. At last, on
the32d, the French Cavalry which pursued
the Austrians returned to Nuremberg bring
ing with them twenty three pieces of artillery,
an immense booty, and four hundred prison
trrs. They had chased the enmy to the other
side ol Grasenberg. On lhe-23d the French
troops had marched from the environs ofNu .
rcmbcrg to proceed to Katisbon. The head
quarters were at Peuchton the 82d, and were
to be at Neumark on the 23a1. Another Aus
trian corps retreated on the Uthbythe way
of Fuess-n, to Bregentz and Retiti in Ibe 1 y
jt toI.- Two days after the French were at Fue
L sen.1 The Austriari Gen Wolfchl is at ni-'
fh $ Stlnrcrf Afv tfuhtd ftom Art. York i
vsit savxajia assoetkimt or
;.:, V i Ki o o d s -
Eiiitt4 to tht season which lief ofr for i.hi
ui rt.aublo', ttnnt,' fer.Ca.h orcoui.ujr
Hooper St Mitchell.
Genuine rortVInc m csucs of 3
flld Jamaica Run by Uc hohrsd,
baip Bread of best quality. - j
Tobscco, Hour,1 Bmtcr, Bttf, he "
. Jtts bcco.no ntceiiKrv tnn the (rrnorct
ynntsits that bate uktr. plc U r.onsc
qucnccof.Vte tb'ihonotr of Krvsnts that are
at til for goods to look ai or perhipi iaatcu
ranci :! our own, o adrrrtiHt ovrtustomcrs
laat we rausl decline that pruutt in future
December 2, IW4.
, Vc learn that a secret exp:dition consis
ting of. the Coldstream regi menu the 3d
(guard, the th orKing'son, t!ie I4thand
' 234 regiments, the 9 jth riHc corjw, theGr
mun legion, and the arti.lt ry, saii.-d from
the Downs for tbe cominviit on the 5th of ?io
vember. The Duke tt York, who was to
have hud the command, will join them in the
'spring; but the Duled of Cumberland and
, Cambridge. Geitera'U Durrani, Moore,, and
(Lord Chatham auomi'tiiud the ttocps as
The advanced guard of the RuMdn'trocps
'entered Couzenburicb. on the Lle, on the
. 27th of ottoher, the Prussians entered Han
over on the following day.
The armies uf I'tula arevdivposcd into
four divisions l ,onc of, these Temlorced ly
.21,000 Saxpns, and ,20,000 llessitns, is to
, cover the frontiers of Fi anronia t a second
has proceeded to IliMeshcim, a third is to
'march to the Rhine, and a fouiUi to reniuin
Un'Brande&turgh.' The DuLe cf Crurmi kk
commands tfi'd army in I.iwtr Saxony, thich
is to oe joined bf the itUksianit, um the JUi
. s ' s si.M.a
mn expeuition aoorr noiicca. inert is a
probability that one of the Prussian armies
will invade Holland i tndefeud ahich French
troops werd on- the 'poiot of msiching into
the republic, . t. .
The Ottoman troops at Cairo have ob-
. taiccd a complete victory over tbe refractory
, Ilcy.t the hesds of seven of them, it con-
fohnlty with the uiual practice of Turkey
fwer publidy lumnp at the gates ol tbe be
ragiio afcoinuutiiictpic, among nuota vat
'taid'tobe the Celebrated LLi Ley
. ' ... .'. 7 BidUtin from Heulcent,
I Captain Owcn.vl the Inuncrtslite frigate,
on rtcctvmg from toe, trenca commodore
Kvbin,, the late Uromc buiktia, rslaUve to
i the entire defeat of ths ' Austrian si my, re
stunted Immediately tha Wlowlng neat Sat)
irital rtsly i . i - ;
1 -"CiptsirtOwen, of limmorialitr, Is very
; much Ug4 to Commodoca Rol.ln (of Ihi
news be did biro tbe honour to communi
; " He rTjw-sU further to know, if that re.
j t4t Is at all siatdar to Uc lately ntsdc by
AdmirsH Vethtwl kul Ii CrotH 2 attd if this
come up with them. 1 am ' sorry that our H berach, with about fi or 7000 men. Marshal
noun i.ns iiierciieo uimicr. ana .Marsnjti r;t
gercau is advancing through the Black Forest
to form a junction with "him.
Address of the Fmperor Njpoleoh to lift'
'The evening before the surrender of Ulm
the Emperor issued the fallowing proclama
Soldiers, a month ago vc were encamped
on the shores of the Ocean opposite to l'ngi '
hnd ; but an impious league compelled u to
fly towards the Rhinet ......
44 It is but a fortnight since ire pmed that
river, and the Alps of W'rtemberg, the Nee
Lir, the Danube, and theLcthi those ecle
bratcd barriers of Gcrmaoy have not retarded
our maich a day, an houroraninsunL In
dignation against a Prince whom we hate
twice re-seated on his throne, when it depen
ded entirely on our pleasure to hurl him from
it, supplied us with wings. The tnemy's ar
my deceived by cur manoeuvres and the'ril
pidity of our mrvemrnts, is completely tur
tied. It now fju'his onlv for its safetf. 11
tnoveranU and success .diminish the nuiil
ber of troops you con.bui. ; there shall m
luain less for you lo conquer,".
Extraordinary Jlfeeting, Thursday 0t, 26,
At ons o'clock this day, the -Members ol
the Conservative Senate met in virtue of a
convocation extraordinary, ordered by his
Highness lymce Joseph, Giand Elector.
ilis Imperial Highness IVincc Louis, Con
stable; hiiberene Highness tbe Arch Chan
cellor of the Empire, andsome.of the Minis-
lets were present at the sitting, r. .
It was opened under the presidency ot the
Grand Elector, with the following speech
pronounced by his Highnosi '
snators lo the midst of his triumphs
his Majesty has felt the necessity of giving
tthe Senate a new proof of his esteem 1 it
is the object of the message which his Ma.
jetty lus ordend me lo submit to you. You
-Kill perceive, gcntlejieh, hat his Majesty
is impatient thai the French youth should
lake Idiir share of the frc.li successes which
await him.i Lut slrfsdy , our-oong con- Jl would cb'My tmbrace an opportunitv of cs-
scriptsare in riot. on thty . arc setting out, capingandretuininghomb; but it is now it too
or have ahe.d) tionc so, .All paretls know, d late. The fortifications whirh it erected at a
that wheu their ch.hlreti go to the t;rand ar
great expence along the lifer, expecting
that we should advsnrc through the passes i f
the Black Forest, are become useless, sinr
we have approschrd hj the plains of Bavaria.
M Soldiers, but for the armr which is now
tny have exceeded the hopes of the nation ;j in front ofyeu, we should thisday have been
I have the hsppincss of inf. rming you,' that ! in Ixndon; we should have avenged urtchu
my, liu v go tu place thcniKhcs under li e
shield of the con.nu n 1'aiinr of the French
who is more sparing of their blood than be
is anxious lor glory. 1 he Emperor and ar
victory has heen as decisive as thai of iuis. '
; Vdteotufc'af- . . ... . . -i i
... . , Tsaif, Ottoltr 32.
ThettlfgTafhhas announctd ibis day the
grod etsnt. whiets ibv Uit UtUctia of tho
gt sodsuay IU us to picsat
it answers, in a msnntr woitny of it. the
glorious Invitatiou ol its Chief."
, The message .f llm Emperor and Kirw,
which his Imperial Hi(Uiiesv read to the
meeting, is expressed in the following man
ner i .
Senators! send you forty stand of co
lo irs which my aimy has conquered ia the
ditTerrnt actions which took pUce since that
at W'crtingcn. It is a homage vhicb I and
mjr army py'U the Sages of the Empire j
Ills an off. i ing made -by children to their
fathers. Senators, accept il s a proof of my
latuLction for the manner in which you have
altsays assUted n.e in' the nvi important
comtrns o' the Empire. And you, Frtnth
nun, cause your broiheralo march t let them
hasten lo combat by our sides order that,
without shedding of blood, without extra
ordinary exertions, we may repl fat from
us all the armies created by the gold of Eng.
hnd, and ovrwhshn witri.rotifoMon the al
lies of the oppressors vf the sesi. Senators,
tnonth is not ttt cLintd since I told you
i'thst toor Emtxror and his army would da
.i i .i. . .... i . . . . .
j ineir uny -i am impiini to My, mar my
people hata Uo&e theirs Since 1 hrgaii tlr
for six centuries of insults, and restored the
freedom of the seas.
" But bear ui mirnl, to-morrow that you arc
fighting against the allies of England, th:.t
jou have to avenge yoursches on a perjurnl .
Trinre, wlioie own letters breathed nothii.tr
but peace, at ihe moment when he was march
ing Ids arn.y against our ally ; who thought
tis cowardly enough to suppose, that we
should tamely witness his pesmge of the Inn,
his entry into Munich, and Ids aggression
gainst the Elettor ol Bavaria ! He thought
we vrere occupied elsewhere j let him, for the
third and last lime Usm, that we ktow ).w
to be present in every place u here the count iy
has enemies lo combat.
Soldiers, to-morrow will be an hundred
time smote frlrbrstedthan the day of Marct
go, I have placed the enemy in tbe same fo
H ItecoltrcMhat the most rtmott poslet'n
will rtmatk the coodect cf eith of yoti on il l i
Memorable day. Yotir progtay, five burn! re'
years hence, who may place themselves ondcr
those tagUs armiml which we rally, wi'i'
know in Detail evtry thing hat your rcsprft.
ie corps sh-U tvhictt to-mwrrsr, ai d , ,