Books and Stationary.
' Tor toltat tht Printing-Oflctt Wilmingtm,
BuRKET oin the.New lestament .
?rayer'Booki, ' : ' : - - "
. : Blair's Sermons, New whole duty of Ma
Sermons and other practical Works of tht
Reri Ralph Efkine;A.M v;
Thompson's historr of Christ, with the toe
: 7 of the Apostles imd their successor for
300 years after the crucifixion ' ; I ;
Hervev's Meditations, Watts' Miscellanies
Boyle!s Theological Works,' , V
Beauties of Watts, Family Instructor
Ziramermanpn Solitude,. Pilgrim's Progress.
. Tracts, Sermons, fcc.' oil important subjects
The Christian World Unmasked
J The sincere Christian Guide in the choice
"ofretigion ' ' - - : .
. The doctrjhei and discipline of the Methodist
Episcopal Church in America
Calvinism and Untyersafism contrasted "
Theatre of Cod's judgment
' Poor Man's Help and young Man's Guido
Methodist hymns and spiritual songs
fcirmons hvmni. The Scapular
-The Naked Truth, concerning sprinkling of
' - Infants. ' ' ; .
rarmer's Magazine, American Husbandry.
Johnston's, Sheridan's, Jones's, Bailey's and
Blair's lectures, Rollin's Belles Letters
' Xaime's Criticism, Sheridan's Lectures
Raid's Essays on tho intellectual and active,
powers of man ,
Sheridan's Elocution, Duncan's Logic
- - -- Goldsmith's Greece, Ditto England
Harris's Hermes, or a philosophical enquiry
- concerning universal grammar
Saliman's Gymnastics for youth
Gibson's Surveying, Ferguson's Astronomy
' Paley's Philosophy, Nicholson's ditto
Stewart's Elements of the philosophy of the
human mind , -
Hutton's Conic Sections, Simpson's ditto
Ditto : Logarithms, Elements of Euclid
Dill worth's and" Jones's Book-keeping
An easy method of working the Plain and
v Sliding Rules, for the use of Arch'tfectors
Fenning's Ready Reckoner, or Trader's use
Murray's, Lowthe's, Harrison's and Web
ster's English Grammars
A Key to the Exercises, adapted to Murray's
Murray's English Reader
Orator's Assistant, Enfield Speaker
Scott's Lessons, American Selections
American Preceptor, American Monitor
Young gentleman and lady's Monitor
Young Man's Companion
D wight's Geography in question and answer
Priestley's miscellaneous observations relat
ing to education
Burton's Lectures on female education and
Ai kin's Letters from a Lthcr to his son, on
various topics relative to litrftiture and the
conduct of life
Vol's Letters to a young man on his first
entrance into life
"Wood's Mentor, or the American Teacher'
. Assistant, Female Mentor -f
Letters to a young Udy on a variety of useful
and interesting kuUjccti, calculated to im
prove lite heart, to form the manners and
cnu jhtcn the understanding
. , ScnccVs Morals
Baron ilallcr 'a letters to his daughter on the
truths of ibe Christian Religion
Moral Talcs, lllotsomt of Morality
The Boarding School, or Lessons from a
, " Preceptress to her Pupils
Elements of Morality
Ojicen Mab ,
Cay's, Cfoxall's and Dodtley's Fables
Primers, chart books, Copy blips
Boyer's and Nugent' French and English
nd English and French Dictiouarie
Cicero Dclphini, Virgil Delphinl
Davidson's Virgil, , t
, Cordcrii Colloquiotum Centuria Self eta
Eatropii Historic Roman Breviarium
Cornelius Nr polls
, Elementary Introduction to th T.atln Crsm
mar, Lsti a Grammars, New French do.
Chambaud's French and English Excrcisea
ftolha's Ancient History ,
Robertson's iristory of America
Snowdeu'a do. ' do.
Hume's do. of England
'Itustcll'i do. of Modern Europe
. Uoldrmith's do. or the Earth and
AbSnute d Katnrc
JXarrow'sdo.lntt.a Interior districts of South.
in, vunuowi . me interior
parts of North-America, (or nor than
five thousand miles
Travtls In Europe, Asia and Africa
, JiUckenaVa Voyages, from Mootreal hrx
tha CooiintiitofNorth'America, fcc. he
1 Sporting Msgsiioe .
Zisst oo Commerce, BolIngbrocVe Tract
JtffcNon's Notes on Virginia
-Hetaford's History of Franca
Gilford's Ilesldtoc ta d.
Mortau'illbtory fSt.Domrnjc '
TVavtls of Ahachartis lit Younger in Crrrc
fark's TravtUin the interior ftlritta of AX-
Brace's Travel to discover the source, of the
The Young Gentleman's and Lady' Monitor
Cook' Voyages, 'Robinson Crusoe -? v
The Algerine Captive, or the life and adven-
tures of Dr. Underbill, $ year prisoner;
among the Algerine
Memoir of Major General Lee
Life of Buonaparte ,
Do. of Suwurrow
Do. of Robert Lord Clive
Stern' Works, Winter Erenrnga, of Lucti-
brations on Life and Letter' r
The Spectator, The Idler'-'
Paine' Work . ; ' '
An Enquiry into the "nature and origin !
Beauties of the Studies of Nature, selected
from the works of Saint Pierre
Beauties of Nature, Principle of Nature r
Young Night Thoughts
Columbian Muse Select Poem
Spirit of Despotism N
Voltair's Philosophical Dictionary
Junius' Letters, elegant and common edi
Political Dictionary, Democrat
Caustic's Democracy unveiled
Arr Essay on Crimes and Punishmenip
Defence of Usury
Zimmerman's on National Pride
Somerville's Political Transaction
Telemachus, elegant and common edition
Row'a Letters from the dead to the living .
The Complete Letter Writer
Free Mason's Monitor . W -The
Frugal Housewife, or complete Woman
Steuben's Military Discipline
Milton's Works, Paradise Lost
The Works of Peter Finder -Little's,
Savage's and Cunningham' Poems
Pleasures of Hope, Do. of Imagination
Science Revived, or the Vision of Allied
Songster's Magazine, Do. Museum
1 he Bulhnch,
Gill Bias, . .
Don Quixote, Beggar Girl, Beggar Boy
A Peep at the World, Evelina
Romance of the Forest, Henrietta Bellman
Antonia Percival, Armenian, Alexia
Interesting Memoirs, by a Lady
Ambrose Sc Eleanor,
What Has Deen
JaneTallbot - .. ... .
Vicar of Wakefield, Vicar of Lansdown
Constantiade Valmont;" a novel by Harriot
I.ee, ' Children of the Abbey
Inquisitor, Constant Lover
Love at First Sight
Zadia, or the dethronement of Muhamed IV
Stephanie dc Lourbon, The Monk
Rosscau's Eloisa, Camilla, or a picture of
youth, Visit for a Week, or hints on the
improvement of time
Monulbert, a novel by Charlotte Smiih
G rasville Abbey, a Romance
Cecelia, or memoirs of an heiress
Tele of the Timet, Taks of Wonder
The Pigion, aule.trauslated from the Ger.
man ol Kotzcbuo
The Catlcs, or Athlyn 8; Dunbayn, a High
land Story, Sandford and Meriun
The Minstrel, or Anecdotes of diitinguUhed
Ildci gerte, Queen of Norway
Wertei4, Adeladc de Sanccrre
Dorval, or the Speculator, a novtl founded on
'Lyrical Ballads, Ocean Spectre
The Animated Skeleton, Mordaiiol
The Hivsl Iothers, Zeluco
Atala, or the Lore and Constancy of two Sa
vages in the desert
The Ring, a Spanish Story
The Royal Captives ... -A
philosophical, historical and moral EMsy
on Old Maids
The Ortcnbcrg Family, ly Kottclue -Rmielas
and Dinarbss, by Dr. Jbhnsto) '
The Negro, Moss Cliff Abbey
The Hsunted Cavern, Black Valley '
Contrast, Philantroput, The Mirrof
Spirit of the Castle, Mistcries of Udoljo ,
Man of Feeling, George Usrnwell '
.unida usraeley, LucyOrmood
D'Israehs' Romances, Su Leon
Uwsof North-Carolina to the year 160 J In
clusive. . . . - -Martin's
Park on Insurance
rothiet on Obligation
iitthsrbert's Kstur Drtv!u .
I-e Merctrla AmtricMia
Ksptoasi' Nisi Priil
Gilbert's Distresses .
I !v wood's Reports
Schiefrfl fracUc of Law
State Trial ...
, Proctor's Practice " , . , .
Itche's dittf '
Spelling BooVs ,
Almli atti for 1 io, lie. kc.
QoH and Ui Powder oT 1 furwrlor eusCtr
ThUk pot Wie, Tbiado. Quirlo Tift,
V cUs m, best usJity Foclicip, . Pel ic4
' Blatting Paper,
Sah ' t Pounce,? Wafbrf' I Red and black
i Sealing .Wax Black And .red Lead
Pencils of an exceUentquaUtjr . 4 - ,
Seamen' Journals, Blank Message Card
An assortment of Blank Books . .
, Blanks of most kind v; .
Chart i - ; . v ; ' . .
The NPrt&-Aerican Pilot, being n coHe
tion of sixty accurate Chart and Plan
. The full blooded. Horse
V GOLDHNDER, '
IN high order, will fland l the fubrcri
ber'i liable in Sampfon county, the prc
fent feafon, and be let to Maref on the
following terms i
Ten Dollars the feafon ; Fifteen to in
fure a Mare with foal, and Five Dollars
for a tingle leap. Extcnfivcpaftu rage and
feeding for Boy ratlti but the fubferi
ber will not be anfwerable for efcipci or
accidents of any kind. Mares may be fed
with grain on reasonable terms. In cafe
of Mares being put by infurance and part
ed with before it can be afcertained. that
they are with toal, the owners to pay
the fame as if they prove with foal.
Is a dark bay, tix ycarsld, fifteen hands
and an half high, and in igure excelled
by no horfe. He was got by the impor
ted Horfc Silver, his Dam by the impor
ted Horfe Sweeper, out of the inipoN
ted Mare , the property of a Mr.
. OWEN HOLMES.
March t, 1806.
' 8o 3m,
Wilmington Sup trior Court of Law, May Ttra
RVLX FOR TBK T'RtAL OT CAUSES.
1st, Id, 3d, 4th & 5th day New Hanover 8c
6th, Criminal Causes.
7th, Unfinished Criminal Causes. J
7lh, 8th & 9th, Bladen, Duplin, Onslow, and
out of the District. .
10th, Argument Causes.
10th, lltu, ISth, U. 13th, Causes in Equity.
JAMES W. WALKER, Cl'k.
Wilmington, April 15.
A SCHEME of a Lottery for raising a
sum of money for the purpose of defray
ingthe expence of making the Couit-llouac
Wilmington, March 34, I $06.
500 Tickets at ft
1 Prixe of ' 500
1 do. 10
1 do. 5Q
2 do.- 20
Ul do. 10
I do. last drawn Ticket,
"Discount from the Pri."
ses 20 per cent, produ-
. ce 500 v dollar for the
4 purpose aforementioned
1 lie Lottery will be under the manage
ment of Joshua G. Wright, Archibald F.
M'Neil, Archibald M. Hooper and John
Scott, and shall commence drawing upon the
Er.t Monday in May next. Ls
The Cotnmufciouer of the town flatter
themselves that a project, for railing money
for so esbcntiil a purpose, and to prevent the
occtiiy of burthening the Inhubitsnts with
additional luxe, or lei by subscriptions
wilj meet with general encouragement.
THOMAS CALLENDllK, T. C.
AXHO msjr be in want of Derm's new in
vtMcd PrxtuLtrx Scbkkx (under Pa
tent) CKn'le supplied by njpl)ing to Josh u
Potts, Wilnmgton, or to John C. Baker near
The Screens arc warranted ti sift Ninttj
hundred wcigfit per day, making a complete
separation of the Flour, Small Bice, Mcr,
chanuble Hice, snd rough or head Hice,
wi:h the labour of one hand.
They will be finUbcd in Charleston com
phrU in all the parts, and delivered at either
place above mentioned, for fifty Kv dolUr
each, the purchaser paying the frelgbU
They will be so ensrked, and accompanied
by such particular direction that any per.
on of ordinary capacity will. U adequate
to the task of filing thera for Uie-TLo
slppliclif of their construction, and great
durability, together with the Immense sat.
ing of manual labour, and the more perfect
cleaning of the grain, render them a truly
valuable acquisition to every Bice Planter.
They can fW the additional chrg ofor.e
dollar, be rendertd so far further useful as to
anivtr the purpose of a Raimo fkaitir,
which prates the rough from the ground
Hie Uore it U put Into ta Morta and oc-
cssioes a grtu Saving 0 the crop. They s-
W9 wr aiutnca n any common pund.
Inr machine, t Pronswihir ta hathm
Io fiscd wiU pavpplf s sbvte, sad leave
dKnpUoiof tUirmschiae, IJchbin
ww i am pviKiarm, tat' ocrten
willUfumahcd in aoc att. an4 fclrn
tuch inatniciions, n wiU enable any Vm-
w 1 ik ta pui uim in operation. 1
Chi4too,rih Icbrvary, l0
HErubfcriber having fcblainad letters
- X ' of Adtainift ration upon the cttate of
John Shuter, late of Wilmiagton, dec re
queft thofe who were Indebted to the dee;
to make paymenK And thofe 'wbtl hav
demands of his ellate are reaulred td pre
Tent their claim to '; the fubferiber whhio
the time limited by cl of affejnbly o
thervfife they will be barred of recovery,
SAMUEL SHUTER, Adm'r.
Wilmington, April 14, 1806 . ,;"
THE subscriber has on hand remaining
from last Fall's importation, which were
laid in on the most advantageous term At
Liverpool, and which he is disposed to sell
White lead in kegs of U & 23
lbs. Yellow Paint do. 14 & 1 6
Spanish Brown do, 14 tc 28
Green Paint in Pot of 2 lb.
Window Glass, 10 by 8 & 12 by 10 in hll
" boxes, ' - ;
Putty in bladder of fib. each,
Hook & eye Hinges 8 10 12 13 18 24 fc 30 hi
Kails, fine drawn 4d, lOd, 12d, 30d &, 50d,
Broad axes, falling and club do . -
Carpenters Plaines, well KSsorted,
II k UL Hinces, raised joints and others,
' AND ON HAND
,- of other importations an assortment of -
Hard Ware, Paint, Oil, &c.
' DAVID SMITH.
Wilmragtph, March 11, 1806. , , ,
Against Loss or Damage by Fire.
JOHN MAYNARD DAVIS, Agent
for the Phcenix Company of London,
continues to make Infurance on Buildings.
Merchandize, furniture 'and Ships and
Cargoes in port againft lots or damage by
Fire, at his OlRce, No. 36, , Eaft-Bay,
Charlefton, South-Carolina. For parti
culari enquire of John London, Efcj.
Jno. M; DAVIS, Agent, &c;
Charlffitn, tjl March, 1806.
N. B. Letters to the Agent poll paidj
duty anfwered, and on receipt of Premi
vm policies will be executed and forwar
ded as directed, without delay. '
3HHE .Plantation, whereon Michael
Sampfon, Efq. formerly lived, oa
organ's CreeW in New-Hanover Coun
ty, containing near two hundred acres.
There are on faid Plantation About 16 a-
cres tide Swamp under bank and ditch and
divided into two fields, quarter drained,
r . e t. - t rr-i
now ni lorir.e cuuivauon i tvice. 1 no
upland is well calculated for a flock quar
ter, having a gcod range for Hogs and
Cattle. On the land are Pear Trees very
valuable for the Wilmington market.
One, two and three years credit will be gi
ven. Application to be made to the -Printer
of this Gazette, or Samuel R. Jocclvn,
Efq. Auorney at law.
December 3, 1805,
' TOR SALE ;
Bj tht riln riler, in riir.cttStrtti.
Sugar by the hogshead E barrel,
3'1 proot Kum,
ad 06, do.
Molaflei by the hopfnesd. u
Tobacco Pork Flour nutter tsid.
Who vantt to Pur tkm
A likely yourt Negro Wench
tKiVunJerftarwli cook wig U wading, and
1 fobrr. aniJjooeU , ..-
A good smart Waiting-Doj trhb
is fbber and hone ft, aed accultotned to tht
care of hfrfci. 4
Wilmington, Fc! " 4, 4torti.
. Notice U hereby given
OF th decesf cf Geert Merrick,
Efq. late of New.H1r.0ver County,
and of the qualificatwn'of the fubferiber
at Executors of his lafl Will tnd TU.
ment. All pcrfons therefore .who havt
any demaodi on the eflate of tho f aid
George Merrick sre required to prtfeu
them to the fubferiber 1 proper Ij itterlcd
within the time HmltteJbv an cf tb
General AiTerably, pafTed In the year nJa, '
entitled 10 aa 10 amtnd in td entitled sa
fl concerting proving cf wlllj, c4
gf anting letiers of doolaittritloe, tod
t prtirnt frauds Id the mansgeraentof
inteRstcj efliei,M otheiwlfe thry wiU be
birred by the operation of CaU io4
all retfoni Indebted to (aid ( are rt
qoeilcd to come forwtrd aod rnsle, pay,
ment as fpecdil; pofllble, to Johafse
Aoflsn, wholi luihorlfed 10 receive fpck
ps;ratMf, andslfoto rccelft tM, i4h
Inf demands stslfifl theaftn.
I JOHN MAC AUSLAN,Vtr. J
1 - GEORGE M. LEECH, f UtHJ