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; HOUSE OF RUl'UESENTATlVES,
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tcr from the Secretary of the Tre&surv. Irani. Hi
tjon ijurti for the ensuinir,. year, together?
Cyjih statement of the receipts pod xpendi
lure of the U. ;!wtt for" ike .jse preceding'
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. ."'The House went into an ejection, fw'
f"KnJai in tK rnnm nf Mir. C.rrift: . M.-.I.
i v""'""- -i juautist H4 ivtuuvii j fcr Hit-
minated.' r--;.' JiVK'.A'. v
''.declared Mr. Laurie elected, hs having &2
- votes, vw.'..,' - ....,. :...v.,; - -
; On motion of ' Sfr. Sailyi . . , . "
Rsoliie&, That a committee be appointed
to enquire into the expediency, of sa far a
mending the act entitled an act ;t0 provide
for mitigating or remitting the forfeitures
penalties and disabilities accrued In eertain
cases as-to extend the Dowers vetted IntW
district judge of the U. S- to the, Judge.
. vi wic juuiwia vuuru oi me several states
and that the coiqinUtte, be authorised to re.
port thereon by bill or otherwise. T
Commiuee. of. five members appointed. '.
fr ind!V fggested the , propriety or
charged with whatever respects the lands of .1
the U, 3. and anoVvl a rle for the. appoint,
men: of a standing committee of seven mew.
per, .t bst styled, A' committee respecting'
the lands of the United States which mo
itoh was agreed toAycs 51-Noes 31.
'' r .-'; v; ;.i' Pecembepnfi '.
r. 5.tfnti tnTed he fpllowidg resolal
Xtstfocd. That the committee of Hevisal
4 and Uuholhcd Business be instructed to en
quire into the expediency of suspending . for
a limited time, so. much of an act T'egoUting
Foreign, coins, and for other, purposes, as it
contained in. the 2d section thireof, with au
tborityo report by bill or qthtrww. 'i v !
''. Mr Alston observed tnat this subject Vat
unaer me consideration of the .Committee . ol
pevjsal and Unfinished liusinesis wlw Vould
probably' soon muKe a report upon it, the re,
solution was eMssgreed to Aves 39.
' ' V' C Smuh; Trona ,the.Cornmiuee or
Claims, made a report on the petition of the
crew of the late fi-lirata PhilmUlnhU .. r,.
yorjble to thV petitioners, which rflrr..t
to a committee of die whole to-morrow.
J, On ihe amendment offered by Mr. Findltfi
relative to the appointment of a standing com.
fniltee respocting the tands of the' United
tates, a debate of tome length ensued, in
vhich the amendment was supported by
Nessrs. Gregg, Nicholson and Smi.ie;md
oppoted by Mr. ftcdinger.
.. Mr. , Btiinpr auggestcd his fears, least a
standing committee, vetted with the entire
buiness connected wit huta public lands .
should gain such an ascendancy over the
sentiments, and decisions of the House, by
the confidence reposed in them, as to impair
Jhe sslutary vigilance witU which it became
every member to attend to so Interesting
subject. , , .
rvf ty other hand It was contended that
he buii.ess,of the, llouie would oo this
jioi'nt, be irrtatlv facilitated hv tha
of attnd'.a j cemmlttec, whose dtcisipna i
woumoe uimorm, who would from along
experience become more enlightened than a
select committee, and who would be enabled
to dispatch the business confided to them
with greater etltritv.
Zhe amcn'lint was agreed toAyes 87.
The Mouse resolved itself into a commit.
Tee tf the whole -Mr. Vamum in the chair
r-on the bill for the relief of Thcodorlck
.Armsteadj on which a debate of about one
. liour'a duration ensued. ''
l"Se Lill as supported by Messrs.'Crown
hstiield, Smilie, Newton, Alston arid Mac
Creery and opposed ly Messrs. J. C. Smith
v The opposUion was sustained n the iti
ledgtd Invariable practise of the House, to
establish ttntrul printipUi, instead of pro
vidin,: 5or ?tcM ttun. A a general princJ.
p.ft hich. would emhrare this case, was ,
prndinj before the committee of commerce
and Manufacture, It was contended to be
mot proper to wait until adccUion ahould
be made on this principle, by which provi
sion would be opened foe all similar cases,
Ly tAiny off the txistlar restriclion on te
Importaiion afi'irid which precluded their,
adroissioo to smaller vessels than of 60 ga.
The friends of the bill declared the case
Jo be an extiemely hard one,' and esplalhed
the peculiar circumstance attending li.
Tbey represented that delay in thia case
4wwild be, equal to a denial of justice, ar.d
would, by the accruing expence of demur
, .rage wr.Uh fell oo thi petitioner, tat tip the
jtslue of his brandies t that the general pre
vision alluJcd lo would prt.Wr excite ntucti
,ditrsiiy cf acntimeM. and might, ifitr con
.wderable delay, be rtjeetrd.
Ilk id riumi r i V.- I. I, f .'.J
- aW, allwlio tothertcent flritisb order,
fpoVe of item " ei J itrt'f AnV.
. 'fltttilj iktir truths icrf Mr. AVsr
rtprttfotrd thm aa M pirotiral tt$, iimtd
'b tht kin j nd fnrilCrta(.Brtt'n re
tSiarklngthat ht uU call them by to alter
barn. ... .
After adopting an imrndmrnt for securing
Jhe payreenl of the dmles, offered by Mr.
7. Crfthe committer agree! toll bill
N 5f t and reported it lo the House.
- who ordered It to U eagrgHtd hr i third
-Mr, Gregg -withdrew a motion made by.
huia"a 'fear, daya since, relative to tRe djis
pbsilwn - of puolic lands r'ecemly acquired
me suDjcct- wouu joi course go to tmr ataoo
V Mr.aamc a, report, to the name oi
the cmwiueef jctiiilm& uailuuei bust
ness. -, .rr'.y?'' r
:? -"- Cjvir-rT'-v-B it;
r'iMt Morrow, presentjeil $ettnn from
Francis Messouter,: a native) or France.'sta
ting Uiaifroai: aumerous eaperiments Otado
fay iMKh Ja the yiciiiity of, JCiiicinnati, m tnie
state i of Ohio, he believes he will be able
to cultivate the vine with complete success ;
tfaatxhe. experiments made have uaued in re
suits eu.vai to his most sanguine expectation ;
that he believes he wilt be. able to supply
plenty ot wines of a quality (ual tA thoe of
France, competent, to the demand of the state
at one fourtli of the ptice of imported wines,
tftauhe fever and ague, so prevalent on tljo
etern wateVif isj in his opimoif ; greatly
owing to the inability of the people, ftxim the
exorbitant price of ytne to consumf it in-
cortnecuon with the iJatfj th,at he is con
vinced that the bottoms of Ubio are lirfavor
able to the ultivationol tho grape as the bill
of prance,; and soliciting cither the grant,
or the sale on an extended, credit of auction
39, in township if 'a, i range 9, en Mud river,
actuation which he considers singularly f
vorablelo a vineyard Referred.. i;n v-,f. .
Mr. M. also presented a petition from
sundry inhabitaftu of Induna,'praying to be
atmtxed to tiW sute of Ohio, Mluch wa re
ferred. , ... . .;.;?:,:.:
Mr. fenny presented a"b4llto" revive, and
Continue in force an act totausVend in'ipart
the . act regulating foreign Coius aiid fui' O;.
ther puVpOses which was committed. V
Thi speaker laid before the house a let
ter from tlovcrnor Hirrisonrcoyting sun
dry resolutions of the legislature of Indiana
against a division of that territory, which -were
referred.. ':.,; , s?n, s'f-'y-
Q motldn of Mr. Stanton, Resolved, that
th Cdmrnititre of Ways' and Means be in.
atructed to enquire,' whether any, and if any,
what "alterations are neceskary td be made
in the several acts fixing the salaries and
CIMUlUlUClll Ml lilB VUUCblUI'S i UIC UUllCSOfl
irrtports and ionuage, "and that they '.be au
Ihoi'iscd to report by bill or otherwise'
-T-Abill u supplementsry lov th,e act making j
provision lor me payment, oi cikvus ot . cut
tehs of the U. t. en the' government of!.
France," Sec. under the convention, of the 30th
April,' 110 J, was read the third tlihe and ps.
sed without a diviiion, also a billj repwaling to
much of an existing act ot, Cbngreksk.de.
(litres foreign coins not to be a legal . tender. '
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warcau inc imru nutc huu ajca wunout a
divSkion. , ( -' ' , . '
Mr. Crowninshield' submitted, from the
Comiiiittce of Commerce and AlanuUctures,
uiu w mwiiu hi "His vi iBftiu ire oain
' and giving bond in case of drawback, and for
Other purposes, which was submitted.
The bill extendi the time to twenty days i
ana uirccis nvc uj bvmicc io dc given oy the
collectors, for which twenty cents, to be e-
Sually divided among the collector, baval of.
Ccr and survcyer, shall be allowed. "
A memorial was received fromtlie mayor
and common council of New York, leqncst.
ing the attention of Congress to the taking
efficient measures for placing the1 port and
haibour of New-York in a state of defence.'
Referred. V .....
A memorial was presented (rom Samuel
lUodett,' representing that subscrrptlous for
. 'an Ur.rversity In Washington hava already
been made .to the number of 18,000, and a
sum received amounting to 30xjo dolls, and
; requcsupg Congress to designate the site with
the Ms or land that msy be intended there
for, and to rant such other patronage as
they may think proper. Referred to a torn
mittee of five members. v . : ; ;
A message frrra the President, with com.
ruuntcatlons rclatitt to the territory of Mich
cean, was referred to a committee of 5t
I members. '
& m v. m .a i
.ir. uavson, irom the committee appoint
;' ed on that part oi the President's message
mnim reiaics o sggrrkMons C3mnHUcQ wy
the vessels of foreign natrons, kc made a re
port In part, aubontiSpg lo letters rtceivt d
from the Secretary of the Navy, and three
rtkvlutiotis In substance ay follows i- , '
; l.'That a sooi not exceeding iJO.wtiw'dol
Isrs be appropriated to cause our talis and
harbours to be protected. '
2. That ft aunV not exceedmg I30.C0O d"of.
lars be appropriated tb tauie to be built a
nembxr of gun-boalK'nof exceeding 40, for
the protection of our haxtoura.
'3. 1 bat 4 sum not ttucding'dttfJbOO dot-)
oe ppropriaxea to enable tlit .'resident
of the United SiaUi to cause to be built six
Tine of battle ship. Kt Tcrrcd to the couiroit
tee uf the whole on the atate of the uiilun.
Mf.Dawson oVtemd that fa the year fttf
lances due by several of tha'Sistcs to the U.
States, by which those lufes were thstled
to discharge ht balances by tifXnding "a
part thcteof iq the defence of tbeir ports ami
hsrbours. !l understood that one state had
made an appropriation to ihJt, object jbnt it
was not known whal Va4 the Uue of the an
rropriatHW, of ht had been dwe by other
' sta'ts. 1 ai the ubjeit might teelucklated.'
ie ciBtreq ine i6itoicg resolution i
fnVi, I hatthtVrtMdmtof the United
UUtfs Ue requested to Infarnfthia Hmiaf.'
laken by tbt8tatet fedebttd to Ae V States
to discharge' the balaftceVduc'jbndcr the 'pro
visions of, the aCtthi'-MdfrJuBei-ijiyj
entitled an act for tne drthef lfrto of tAe
porn and harbours of the? United Sutes.-
.Agryedi-v'fT WfWflUv Vt.iiHHiiixj.
'. On motion, of Mr. Bid well the house1 ret
soWedilseMwi! a eom?nit.ee! f the w-tolei
frrtgg in ibw chair, oa the report of the
select committee to whom bad be.e.n commit
tA the cekoiuUoa rseUngA illiam Xak
ion, Ei. ;..f: . t y-. : jr:'i
v.The report of the aelect co'raroiUee . .re"
commends the amendment of the brigjhal 'e '
sojufipji, o a Q Cfriftr a mtdaL instead of
Aperdi and so to amend - it ' as to 'recognise ;
tbe'taking of Derne. ! ,. ; .,; ,
Both amendments were agreed tc go to
,;..:.;,.sv;:..;V ..:; k... .; ,
Mr. S anton "., moved further to amend the
resolution by adding the) following worda.-
u By which atchievmeht he has shewn him
self capable' of uniting information with ta
ieut, reflection with experience, and strata
gem with bravery," . .. . ;
This amendment was disagreed to Yea
1, Nsya 101-the mover ajone voting for it
, Mr. Smilie expressed hia xeeret that on
subject that so eminently called for unani
mity, that on. which there was no ' difference
of opinion as to the meritorious services of
mr. naton, mere snouid oc sucb a diversity
nit" .bgAiu i lire, iivici tnuuic ,q oe Be
stowed. Considerinc it hichlv desirable that
the resolution before it received a final vat.
should be so-modified as to unite the varying
opinions in mc iiouse, He mova the re
commitment of it to a select committee.
; In this motion the House concurred Ayes
57Nocs 55-.when the resolution was com
mitted td the same committee to which it
had been previously referred.
"ir. "I TDR SALTS;
v Tfc last advices from Evrrope appear to
announce a winter campaign under very
auful auspices for Austria. -The elector of
Wij temberg, son-in-I?wof the king of Eng
land, and brother-in-law of the emperor of
Russia, k fhro' iht ftmatt infiuence of whose
family Russia has been engagedin he war, is
ap auxiliary on tlie idef Francer The
elector of Baden is on the same side'sThe
elector of Bavaria's main army of 30,000 men
s Moer tne command ot rrench generals,
from piiradrts we injer, that Prussia'and
and Hesseswillbeboth mvolv'ed oil the side of
TfihUUVxt wftf.""- V
Thu mdependentfy b( PruVsfaVaUhy first
overture, the -Germanic body fina itself
divided and attangtd MnAirVwtitirsnpeEarltt
the ;Gallk- and the ' Russikn and a hulc
Wand, and once in obscure province ofRome,
mm lng these imperial armies, like pieces on
a chess boartLIt would seem that the Ails
trian stands a chance tote checkmated be
has' already 4ont one of h'rs costUt ; and' lira
bishops appear in a aad position, as one of the
French kings' knights has outflanked him
and left him no alternative but to sacrifice, a'
ftwOfhisbesjtfttfir. avoa- '
AVe copy the fvllowing' article from Lon
don psper of October I i t ' .
"The Senate has exiled from this city and
terrrroryi tmder penalty of being arrested If
tbey enter them.Rcaisf Suit, a captain of
a ship, and the Ilaron de Roeder, convicted of
unlawful rccrclting.' Baron de Roeder traver
sed Germany to induce the inhabitants of the
country to quit it, and seek their fortune fn
the United States-Those tinfortunste per
sons who were ihtis seduced in the hope of
becoming happier, were'echt to Ruben Smith
who when he had a full cargo, conducted the
victims to England. .
u The baron de Roeder received from Rube a
.Smith three guineas for every man wbomhO
sent to the depots of Hamburgh and Bremen.
The latter was paid seven guineas for every
man whomhe delivered at Tonnlngen f he
received besides eight guineas for conveying
each manto England where he left thctn,
pretending a contrary wind or want of water.
There they were enlisted amongst t!ie Eng
lish troops, or transportedto the colonics, or
sent back to the continent, if found incapable
The following letter is from the mtst. res
pectable source t it shews that our commerce
with Europe in colonial produre will, lis all
probability, be put an end to, if it is in the.
powef of British cru'ners to effect it. If the
dctermioaiionof the British government here
mentioned, should take place, the modifies
-tlon of the' blockade of Cadi x and St. Lucar,
will be of little a vail..
'to po, October tfl. '
We have already written you 6f th'n date.
Tlie present serves solely to mforrayeu, that
It Is gtneratty reported that our governmcat
is dcterniiaed to put a atop to al! neutral
trade with thecolonieaof the enemy, except
such as .was permitted timing peace. - Jt
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' all dealings in augar, c4fl'ie, indifto, ood
market, outfit it be tcrtiin tkki
will toot be' atopt iby cur cruiiera ondtir I
uaKf cTcniiMnoTHerKa so r.uropftrouii
they a Wild have beca furtbase 4 in Ike i
Uritd.,Uit- . 1
M)V hope yena did not follow up yc;r late 1
ahlDsnerrts ta Knalttiatul h Ma-fUmkKMR :
. by any otbeia, as ibry arKI b espoaed obr- ;
! wise to capture by ;x raicrrs, arxt not I
for the car i 3P, tor salt at this Ofac
' Apply to''jir DcDUDt(EY:iVCoi;2
WUmingtoiir P4ofaVa0fk ' . V..o-..T
Tf BP. SAT TV i - ; "
HAT wcU'known and ytiuibU fifty
;4. Seat ort Ifjr Shefte abdur thirty
miles from WiTmingtotj, Jafe!ie propfTty
of CoI. Joh P..iWilim!ir-i.t. :fitui.twi
ia.healthjr amt agreeable. ; there tson bf
fremHeM twottory fpw?lling, Kitchen;
nd bthcr.oujt Houfjea the ft ream ia knovr
jo be equal to any in tlieitate, with a fet
cf MiUi. little out of repair, the Grift,
Mill in goodotdeti The: terms ; of fale
may be made known bv application tb
Roger Mooret' Sherirbfew-Hanbver
S.Vhr ":Pr RobeVilDdtfey; rijcifclittJt,
K Detembcr i;,."!:. ' ' ' :, ' '
RESPECTFULLY informs the 1ar
dies and cehtlemen: of Wilmington,
hd thepeopto In eneraf, at he hai jqft
returned frotn ''Nevr-YorV, Wit t jjeii
ni fafliionablt atfdrtment of
DRY; pOODS '
Tuitable to the feafort, which he is opening
ne door north of Mr. Thomas Jennint.
in Front-flreer. and' sm fell at re
""jlp'' for Ca(h or Country Produce
Wrlmmgtonv Dec. 17, i8de.
A CAREFUL PerfOn sveil acauaiwej
with themlinatment of a Rice-Field
to overlook about 1-orty Hands. A fifiptf
Man wh6 :ah read and write, being well
recommended for fobrtety and induriry
will qiect with good ehcouragcrhent by io
jlying to tire fuhferiber near Wilrtioe.
ton. "None but Tuch, at (an come wSl
rccommenJed need apply. .
- u . . )AMt;y WALKER.
Dec. 31. 3VV. ; , '.
: Dick's Hotel.
HE Subfcrlbcr infbrms'the p'iiolic
that he .has ' laken-ih( hn..r.
j-.ivn 11c iciiucs tor another
Wkes ihia opportunity 10 folidt the cur
torn oftravelieri, andotherswho may be
alTured to.meet with every .attention txA
the' beft fare the place will arTord.
; Thofe indebted to him are requested to
cpme forward and fettle their accounts
wy WILLIAM DICK!
Wrfmhgren, December, 1 7, 1805.
TIIE ubferiber . Ii now opening At the
Aore of Mr. James Dicitfo. (Front
Srreci) the following gdodi which 'havlntf
rpuvthsfed fcir ready rrnoney he will fell
wliolefale en the lowest terms viz,
Oti bale nhor,Dou!aaV'
Two fmaUboxei4.4 fuperKnt IrilhLto-
EU. -twhiic I'laantt,
Do. Cotton Jagging, , . , ....
Two Chcfls young ilyfon Tel,
wit' GEORGE M'BRIDE.
Wilmington, Dcc-ai, H0)c. 7 '. -
, NOTICE.- . ..
rpilE rooTctiber having eualified 11 !-
llA,rraiilr,rl,, 10 lhe of h lata
Williim Smeeton, at the lift count court,
requclla all perfom hiving accompli or de.
rnandi of iny dcnortmitlon agalnQ ihtif.
lite to prefent them properly attefjed for
feitlement wliHn the tfme limited by law 1
and all Ihofe who are indebted ohii eflatt
re tfqt.fltd to come forward and pay tpe
amount of tbelr feveral debti on or before
the firfl dayof March 1B06, otherwife fuiti
ili he conjmenced agilnft thofe who fail
tomake payment, without (fifcrlmlnation.
.Dttt 30, i6or.f ; t .
tn the price tf fltwr .
i 4 ii and not over J
1 .and under .1 k.i
and da. . t
and de. t '
aad do. e
and do. . inl
. . .
.11'. and do. .12
J 144, ox.
, ultthcraMif and hat Weaaurti have Ucfv
' T. IV DAM. T.tU;
iLW. uli m m . ask.
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