m campaign, in me event or nosuuues.
After speaking of the last campaign, and
the sudden departure of the army, from Bo
logne, the Aurora remarks i . , ; .
" The present year the trcnca nave earner
- " They have more than a month's notice.
armies, better than a fortnight's time and
te41 saved, by the position of their legions
itlOrilCr , siugcrcau icgiui nut n.w
fourth September, one on the frontiers of Sax'
pny and Westphalia, the other with its ad. -vanced
posts on the, Prussian territory. Two
legions under Ney and Davoust were ad van
ced into Austria beyond the Inn. Lefebre In
' command of 7,000 men auxilleries of - the
Rhinish confederation, occupied Suabia.
. The two Italian lcjions were ori the Taglia
mento, and their light corps in possession of
GorKz and Uracusca. l lie stater ot lione
xtia wiljl have been called upon according to
their ancient constitutions to declare for neu-4
J trality or war, and if neutral to supply forage,
or the all of the house oj 'Austria ; and to stop
intercourse with other unfriendly powers. :
"Three, or Derhaus five leeions.; will ad-
. vance in different directions for Poland, two
by Moravia, will cross oilesia, anatheotners
will cross the Danube by lower Austria, and.,
enter Galicia (plrl of ancient Poland) and if
rniitia mjv:s a pawn, he will be checkmated,
perhaps by Lucien Buonaparte declared king
of i'gland, feudality abolithed-rcligion tole
rated and Kosciusko, in the 'decline 61 his
years, may see his country and himself aven
ged, bettered in condition altogether ; and
IVUnrlliprnme once more the barrier aeainat
northern barbarism. 4 '
Such evidently isthe apparent current of
events Sweden ml again be stripped of her
monarchy and. her territory and htr ; power
concentrated in Denmark."' -'"
The Belt and the sound are generally clo
st a by the frost in the ehrly part of Decern-.
ber the legions cf kin Louis of Holland, ,
which have advanced to the Lrns, will have
passed the Kibe into Pohiirania, and the legi
pns my pass the ice from Rujen to Zealand,
and into Swedish Scania. . . .
M Siich my be the outline the details may
be easily untinpa'ed for France will beside'
her 70,000 Hhmish auxillei ies, and the ar
"mies of thtf Italian kinsrltom, have eleven
great ai miss of 6J or 70,000 men on the chess
Hard." - .
CHARLESTON, November U. ,
IL W. Bentin ck, Lieutenant-Genefal-of
F.a,sequsjjq,Pemerara, Sec. has give notice,
under date of 16th August last,-that aBea
con is about to be erected on the E. coast
af the colony, to leeward of Mahaica,to pre
vent vessels falling to leeward of the river
and that all merchants ships or vessels arm
ing in said colonies,' from and after the 1st
day of December nexW shall pay to the re-.
fceiver of .the colony chest, a rate of aix stir .
"Srers for each ton of their- burthen, for .the
purpose of keeping this Beacon ox perma- ,
"raent Land Mark in repair, ., ,,f'"-
Cant. Cook, who arrived at New-York on
the 30th ult. in 9 days from SuThqmas, in-,
forms, that twodays before he sailed, a Pack-!
' et arrived tWre from Rarbadoes', with infor-
mf.tion, that a British fleet, consisting of two
74's, four frigates, and two brigs, had gone,
down to take Curracoa, ,in aid 'of Miranda's
expedition. : ..'"'' J
; November t .
" The following is a statement of. Slaves re
ported at 14(naainxxthpctuOipf
the port : v" z , ,
--ln tlie Year 1804, - 5,653 v
.: ' :' : . 1805, - 6,71'
1S06, - 8,804
v.. Total 21, 179'
Some vessels with slaves, being in distress
when they "arrived at this port could not bev
brought to for examination, Consequently th
number of Slaves were not ascertained.
'PETERSBURG, November 13.
WASHINGTON CITY, Not. 18: .
v . AARCX LURR. "
Rnmcnrs, of whith the name cf Aaron
Burr is made the vihicle, actually swarm j
around us; mny of them of such acorn- I
plt-xion that it might be criminal e'ther td 1
treat them with indifference, or to receive
them as absolutely true. Under such cir
cuniS'.arxes it is our duy to record them.
They vill incident! vigilance and the pro-,
pr tty of a state prepiralion for any evtnts
' nbivh my occur. Let it not be imagined
titt wc 'have any .u!i of the virtue ami
patriot'sm of the. WeVtrn tutes, cr apiire
htusi iiis if any trci.inations to separate
thrnt fro n the Ui.ion. Oil the contrary wc
bclfe tb-:r Taction to the union and the
adr.i'iitistTtion utibonndcd. Nntwitlntanding
there my bs men among thorn who are de-'
1j led by th;it'atn!iliout views, and who may
fyim tilt m'jit unpromising projects.
It is airamed ain untqiivocM f.ict ihat a
Cun'.ract has been cV'trei into with Comfort
Tylrr fr favnishin -nn the waters of the
Ohi , n'.nnil the beginning of Dctober,' pro
visions t; the cmo t it of !tf -thcusand dl
lars at ii.- h;hr:t mt hi . viff. This is
n ithe l 1 cred'.tnMc tntn, v,hrdeelare they
l ive tiiTri.if.jrtiu:i w f,!ii those who lnve
sevn tha tt.ntrsttl' The fjrt it llkeiif co;
,! 5y ijfti.l prison to whom cBwrs
ci Lurciisso were istnir-, oui mw, i.cuistJ
i.'.irc'y t't-oyi t!ie' rysieiisns spiKatanre
the ltu-.r.e. It is iHrm-d a undeo'utl:,
" that .'iiriuic the l.st w:ntcr ?.f r. V, jrr ottered
general l'.aton a commisMn v!-:i i the la-'tcP
irjcctcJ; in ci srpn-.i'Csi of i ith ti c 11
ttr gtii'.Unnr, a i.n eo'f'an.oiia at nh.h
Mr. Burr was pre;. v., 'z - i-'tf Al So.tl is
efft c' " Msv h a jihr v;;; ?rH, and the
a n:u.-jii'n ol ll.c i'tc.
Ixt'Jit t,f Utlc fror Stj.h (Gtrtgia) '
Ii a jfcur&jn it this atjt uaui Ctiebtr 14,
Thti city f.n been under arms for two
rights pat fxfftttng "a iimiiTcftifio f;om
the Blatkl. . It appears thit soars! sncciins.
had tal.'n place bViut lour nn!ts fren town
yheie they sJ aiecd toutk tlu- nhi'.eiin
the city $ hty h I ajpon'tl j'f.cala and o.
ll.cr t.T,erf. AtC'triitni ta their plans thef
erf t inula three ssprate lAcinjsj cne
t Wtyns's !jr.t'"l one Mhe Co!T:s ftWe '
whaf f, aiJ tit at the f'rU They were then
to stt Cre t the town and tnaMv re ti t
while'. I'.-it a hirrcn ex'itd 1twta
two nf the 5r la-ier, an-1 nrt of iHttn ditol
yi& the iffnt fitly in tli? sferi'm luf.ire
yc.urday. i conuq itnee ut wMcU the d.f-
It -rut cwtn,ni vuhmttfrs wtrt ta4ion.
" Representatives ta Congress, "
Vft congratulate our republican brethren
on the triumph of principle in almost every
' section of the United States, where elections
have been held for representatives to Con
grsss. In New Hampshire and New Jersey,
the whole number returned are republican.
' Pennsylvania has shaken off the iead weight
which the " union of honest men" had hung..
tbout her neck, and returned to first princi
ples. Maryl4nd, with the exceptisn of three,
. remains faithful to the republican cause. N.
Carolina. has returned one federalist'. From
South Carolina the returns are not complete ;
but Charleston ha done justice to the repub
lic, by rlecting Robert Mari.-m over William
! Smith, whose slanders agint tiie preit.
dent, will remain so long as the Mm and
curriloupars of Phocion shall disgrace the
"federal libraries. Georgia and Rhode Island
areunaninmnji '? In Gne, we piftiidly exult in
the result cf the recent elections, as an addi
tional evidence of the Mipcrior happiness en
jo ed fry the people under a republican ad
TUESDAY, NOV EM BUR 25, 1806.
Letters from Rolterdara flat, tnat our
metchanti thete have fixty'wara houfei
fill of ftigars-r" If 'peace, they add, the
owners will kfe-;o per cent,- if war, 35
per cent. ; ' Bad news this.
,We Jtave been informed by a "gentlerna cJT
tjespectabiUty, that a silver minfcias been
4fcSre red "about 16 miles from this place,
VT.i 11 i..u j r ii.f
adds, that he saw the silver which had -been
extracted and on cuing if wHS a knife it ap
peared very pure. lit also saw a quantity
of the ore in a house in which was erected a
small air furnace. ' Morgantoww Gezeite.
"' The Prefident of the United States has
annulled thetexequater lately held by gen.
Anthony Morales, as eonful of thcTEata
viaa republic, iot Sottii-Carolina.
W underftand. that the'Secretary of the
Treafury lias iffued a circular letter to all
the cqllelors of tho cuflomi, inftrucliigg
them to enforce with the moll rigid'xkei
nefs, tl) provifions of the non-importation
aft, which was to go inFq effedt on
the '15U1 ot the prefent ttngnth. The fol
lowing is a lilt of the enumerated articles
prohibited by the law v
All articles'of which leather ii the ma
terial of chief value; all thofe of which
fiik is the material of chief value ; all their"
of which hemp or flax is ihe matetial of
chif value ; all thole of which tin or brail
is the material of chief value ; tin in meets
excepted i . woollen cloths whofe invoice'
prices fhall exceed five (hillings per fquare
yard ; woollen hoifery of all kinds win
dow glafa, and all other manufactures of
glafa, filver and plated wares ; paper of
every dcfcrip'iJn ; nails and fpikes ; hats ;
clothing readj made ; miliintry of all
kinds ; playing cards ; beer, ale and por
ter ; and pictures and prints.
,....'' Raleigh Reiser.
- - .. . DEATH OF GEN. KNOX. - -
: lrrrit, Oct. 20, HOC.
" It is with the deepest regret 1 have now
to inform you, that the great and good Gen.
Knox departed this life yesterday morning.
lie was confined about six days. It is suppo
sed that the cause of his death was his shal
lowing s sharp chicken bone which perfora
ted bis bowels and produced a mortification.
The erent was very sudden and unexpected
hy hit physician, till a very short time be-
fore his death. It has covered us w;th the
Jei-pcst tloom. The funeral will be to-mcr-
rou when every testimony of respect will b:
paid by all cla&ses of people.".
11 " 1 t
DIED, at his planfa'ion, in Dlatfcn
county, on Sundty the ad ihrt, Cl. 7h-
mat Owen, ajed 71 eati andO mont.nj.
For the Year 1807,
Just, received, and for sale at th$
- " Printing-Office.
JTK. Rank ib moll refne&fiiltf re-
lVX turns his Bunks to the worthy citi
zens ot vvilmingtoiy tor their particular
attention of patronificg hitri the upwarifi
of two tnonthi, and that tht companIV
have tiever failed but clouded to the lad
not only of the generality but the mou e
minent chara tiers ot tawn and vicinity.
And Mr. Ranniei is hanny to announce
that he has difchargtd his Xpe&ators every
-night with the greateft fatisfaclion and haj-
meny, and found civihlerncnt far beyond
his expcclation. ,s :J
Adieu Ladies and Gentlemen, fori can-
not he always in one place.
e l u-i'fr fe T, sndthemditisstSptin,, jj her rii;inc hanging ptttnii
Itdt. wt.f M'Uth of tht hrad tur n i f tho waitt and dririns:'
'tnii reri's r c taVoi, and will I tried in (j hinds buily tnifjvj! in c
if l4. Having lira tg fur.uf,t:a is
iskt t head mtn, wc late not I itirAlinl
lo ft if, at tH rat ppor to b Vjuttt, The
rijTocisrt to tlii hitta tight t9t-nt 1"
Captain A. StodJart, tf th Utt'itt 1 Statt
my, a few Jays alntt, ntchc4 f.oin thi
tity nh 3 ) tntf at Cait'ialt fc wilt rccrit I
Ijl inyte mi f.otn thfit procctd t
Vort Ajami 6n th iUts'ttiippi, or U lttd
Arrived hereon the 21st inst. the ship Re
bet c a, J. Eldrige, master, 21 days from Bar
badocs; left thers trip Mary, Snow, to sail
iext day lor Portland, and Severn! oiher A
mertcan vessels whov: names capf Khlricit
cannot recollect. On the night of il.e 4 t
Oct. and the fyll6winj; day, a tremendous am
danS'ti ous sea hove iu from S. W. withoa
a brruth of w'uul ; the sch'r Packet of Ken
neheck, capi. Siii. '.;, was driven ashore ant
the vctl and r.di : tfttally topethar wit
10 or 12 ininr'rcd U.P ,rs in specie bclonjjinj
to the unfurSunvu Optun WbcJmi cf tht
sch'r N.Miry of N. w llavtn, Loiiml to De
maiitrs. which on the 9th!':pt. in Sat. 15 N
inah'.uticsnr, Its,.herirainin.itl fMftmist, I
erp'an, (ho msi wished . vet board) 4 no
i ri'pid at lla:b.n!tcs. Oo the COih OcUur
livrd s Ikij Irrint Portland houml to Dtraara
ra. huvte;; encountt rcd a'stvere hurricijie on
Uiu f.h, in Ut. 9 N. in whirh ahe hit her
ir.t'm-boom, mainsail, gall', fore and main-top-n'Vttyardi.fcc
P.rpaired and rundown
t.tlecwuid. On the 1 3th Sept. off Martiulco,
bwU,d in, the sch'r Artemi, Cupt. Davis,
frcm Salem, was taken by his Britannic Ma.
"JrflfrictrrMoanr Fonmne, Captr Brtmn,
a. J carried into Ilatbadoes for adjuditatirn,
ulu re tht was tried and vei'tl and cargo con
demned by the Court of A.dmiraliy, cn o
emmt of their, bcin fou'ad on board a, cck
of con'jt Ltlonpnc tn one t f the .tailoit,
wl ith tunkntn to the captain orownets
htr carjjowaa wurth I7,00t dollars.
. On Jhc COth Oct, tbe tnornins after feavinr;
Pathailfs capt. lUdriJge was boarded by the
. British frtRS't Sfine, with Central JJircr.Ja
on tcard, and informed ihtt after an timtic
cef'il attack on the Maine, Miranda had
purchned a ship of II punt, which he sent
fo Trin'xltd, and carrt on board tie Seine
frigate bound to Darbat'oct, to seethe Ad
Nov. , Ut. 31 21 N. Iodj:. I S 't it
!ay liltt s a dualled al.ip to tiindward
Learinj; don for us tht foved to be a
"it'.ih frigate with her nuin tor rallant msit
ami f rt top-matt carried away by the bard
pt tmistuoutiy aboul her
verbnanl, and all
huA in clearing tht wrk
tcinj; hove toon the oprwit tack we drew
imi tittance apart espectins; her boat on
bt d, bnl we wart onltftd by a ft'nt td
vnakt tairi lttd being tKtn out tf kail, pur.
sued oar vvyagt without iofwrmatioa of tht
frigate's tr.ltjortonts. ,
Kentuaky papers to tht thirtctnthrf Qc
toUrarc wholly alien! at to a corarrotioncf
therople htkc Western Sta'.et, Inettir g
bondity againit the iottgnty of cur country.
Dcnjarnia Panrekrr, tht
ican ailionomcr, died all
tbe celebrated Af-
rican ailionomcr, cieu at iui ical, in uau
tiatoro county, Maryland, n the 9th ult.
at the advanced an? of 72 yrt. , V
CUST0M410U S iT W1LM 1 N GTONr
21, Z'iiuE;:lerp'ize, Congart jVVrr.JVl
52, Rcbecct, E:drdgr Xtrbudoes
5Q puruhor.s vaii to Cautier if Co.
Nox. 17, Sch'r Eetsfjlf Jane, Cottent, lla-li-
13. SI Hp Chtrlottt. Carlvri-Jil, Kanuktt
Sih'r Lis, Arnold, JtarbuJes
Dls. Cu. Dli, Qfu
BACON per 100 lbs. It 11
Cotton per lb, to 2;
Ccn'cepcrlb. 30 :
Corn prr btishel, 73
Tobacco i iO
Hour per barrel, net? so 7
- lltlfptf half -bawd, . 4 ..
, Lumber per M. .10
W.o.hhd. iaet, 10 15
11. 0. do. do. do. It
V. o. U. do. rongh 1 1
j Shintlct per 1000, t 7J
I igar itr cwU t 10
hlola$-.t per ftallost 40 46
Rum, W. 1. pr. . 3d p. 75
Jamaica do. 4th p- 90
N. E. do. 55
Tar per barrel, I S$ .
Turjienline, I Tl ,
TIIE Officers commanding Companiea
compoliri the New. Hanover Regi-
4 km 1 : . : a 1 t
ment 01 ivimua, are ncreuy required ro
appear at Wilmington on Thurfday the
X bin dav ot L;ecemberr.ex, torether witli
their rtfptflive Companies, armed and e-
quipped agreeable to-law, tfn the ufua
Parade U round, there tortneu and under
arms by tleven o'clock in the forenoon.
And tht whole or the acting Commtfli
onedOnicers art further required toappear
at the court houfe in Wilmington, agreea.
blcto law', on the day preceding the above,
at the hour s fort laid, to receive ir.flrudlio.t
from tht jpropcr Oflicerfortht duties of
tht next day. Pun&ual attendance, an4
complete returns of the different compa
nies is expeled. '
The Cavalry and Artillery attached U
faid Regiment willalfo parade therewith, .
on the firft mentioned day. .
iJl MajerN. H, R. Af.
Under the hammer
' 'tmr -a i f T 9 ww . - a
WILJj oe 101U litis morningai eirvent
o'clock, on te fubferibers' vvl.arf.
Fifty Puncheons Rum, imported in the
Ship R .ccca, Capt. EUrufgr, cn the fol-
owing credits, viz. alliums not exceed
ing 150 dollars at 60 days, over ihat and
not exceeding 250 dllar 6c and nodays,
and if above aco dtilars 60, 120 and 189
dav, in equal proportions.
Notes i.c'otiale at the Bank of Cape.
Fa.ir widi n approved ir.durfer, will ba
reonired.. - GAUT1ER&CO.
On a credit of C, 9 and 1 2 months.
irifA appravd Xttut ntgocicble at the Dank
J' Cap-Teur) ,
Bounded by Trinccd-fbier and Tli'rd an! .
rourtli-lf recti. A.fo fundry Lotsadioin-
ing Richard Ltrgdon's and tht Ckurck-
Ont Lot on Fiont-flieet. aJjoinlnc T
Fitigctald's. - ,
i wo hundred ana twenty acres Land on
Lotkwood'a Folly in Hrunfwic k county .
Appiyto jutirt mak 1 N,
LTil. JANE EWINS.
Nov. 25 ,
tr The Rev. Amaziah Biiggs
preach at the Mcthotlist inert'
ing 'house in this Town cn the Cth
and th of J)eccbcr next.
RF.SPECTTULLV inforroi tht In
tsbitanucf Witroietton and iu vl
cinuyi iVat he kit lattly comrneoitJ tht
CJMNtT UUS IK CSS, at tit touftcf
lames Rkhsrd. whtrt ht will furotv hit
cn (Wert at the fLoittd notict itd laiht
Orders from lU CCUfttry Hill ht f if,!
culsily attendei to,
Neteroler 34.'. tf
Frm N Lir.TO RKt
RESPECTFULLY in'om.s the Inf.a;
bitants of Wilmington ititrini'v.
ths re has lately commenced the BLACK
SMITH'S USL5iS in all its various
hraothts, at his (hep tn Peter Carpe nter'a
Wharf, and ras lor laic on more rtalon-
ab!t terms than can bt bought in town,
Aissof all files, made by his own ItaMa
and warranted rood All other kinds nf
Iron Work made in the nested manner
and at tht Giomft notice.
h'tvtmbtr 24. ,
Notice is hereby given,
TU AT the ftibfcriaer, at the lift count
Court Kdd tor tht county of New-
HsnOvtr, was appointed and qualified as
Admiotflrator (with tbe Will inreied) of
I faacBahlwio, lately dsccsfcJ, , He there
fort rsqiiiret all ptrfont Ksvirs; demanJs
sgainrt ike F.fltte of faid BalJwin, to pre
ftnt thctn legally sittfled within the time
limited by an ACL of tht General A tomb!;
f Ncrth'Cs'olins, entitled 'Ao Art to
amend an lQ entitled an AH concetiirg
provirg cf wills and grantirg letters et
s!mloillriiion, ltd to pitvent frauds In
V mnar,nnl tf Inl.ft.'a.' fli.
ether ife 1 he 7 willbebsrrcdcf recovery.
Triofc indebttd art itautOeJ tt tnakt im
VVILLIAM DICK, .Wf.
Witjilr itop, Nut. tj.