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RALEIGH, NOFEMBEll M, 1803.
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v . v,s, itm vrriH i c-r 1 ATETTt
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, ' D ui.UA SJ F1H ANNVM, rttAELK HALI
v is ADVAsrr iinoiB a)IR lOcfMi.
; 1 1 the m-'-tcr roi.u.l.n-J ia t'.io Sta
hie L.tm't, LtvUibe rt julurly pacd,
ivcn at the end ctcvh Volume. ,
V;S cf sr.bstiip'icn, Dollar and
CV.-'V.sr.cwchte frcm each SwbsoiVer. widen
r it v X te piiito the Gcr.tleir.cn. whose
"'s ativ.cxfd as Arcr.ts ; and who, we request,
It he the tr"'i4a cf tranr,n.h:lR.t to us whatever
v i y nct ive. .' la those tv hcs wl,crc we
t i.'n vet ari.itci. Aiyna -ul-sciibcrswill
11 t:icn.'-lvf cf such means cfrcnvcyancc as.
r i "T thh.k rr per.- Punctuauiu it indihcnta
, 't cnary. We are much fettered and pleased
' . 1 .mrj on our list to many tcspectallg names,
; ; '.'. ubrly rc' jUestour fiknds to send usnon4
I t (1 those persons rfao are both alUvand liberal
-h lo iruihe their subscript'ons fialrdhcgeWi
ve i; t m the, pay cf Klne George or Emperor-
r ' an 1 crmnot afford to give away our time and
t y coii'pensutionjtoscnecTen the Amc
iln cause, t Should any cf our Subscribers die, rs
r - or become insolvent, we hope to be mformKl
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. ' George Waltom "
- Artiiur Olds.. : ,
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. John Graves. V- ,
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' Ihmcan M'llea. ( . .
D miel Redmoiid
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, Daniel Gallant, ' ;T
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: - WifSam Martini,
.. John Lord. :-iVv.Vv t-
John Williams.; '
. George Cree,ne
v John ClarkW-"t t?i' v ;
James Campbellf y-
t John Lenox,-; .w ;4'rt;?f
A, SI. Gilbert; H0?
' Alexander Rnwlnnd. '.
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, Joseph Williams, jr. ; W,
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t-"- -- " . - 1 ' 1 n, ih nthr i -ir.,1- if irir.ftf ihtU.J concur
ia repectir thoe. ri-'.t's, &zl cotamcrte
should thus rraia i;s fa r rmauiniiics anj the
CjrTcrt fa -T3erfr Cht-ai .?murWri.rb mm la W cf CatlGHS US V't nifijOO, aj t.'.C Si
.Kroofi r .iuiai, i l.-a. i Uc'Cl purposes cl t..c i- oraera wiu nave
- 4 bmce mv arrival atthisrlace I have betn I been at once lu.hJed.
honouxeJ bv the recebt of vour Uisnatch of the! If I forbear to pursue these ideas tr.rour.i
. . i i .... -
2Ht ult. and vrouid immcciatelvrtturn to Pa I all tLe illustrations cf which they are auscepti
ria to renew my discussions with Jii.dc Cham-1 Lle, it a because the personal conferences to
pany either personally, as you suggest, or bv j whiciv I have blre alluaed, is wea as tne
writing, hs'l I cot the most eolcmn convicu-1 obvioo nature ot the ideal uiexnscives, ren-
on that any hew experiment made at the Tre der it unnecessary.
sent moment in either form af.d of oif.cial cha-1- 1 cannot conclude thr fiote without ex.
ractcr, would, certainly be useless aad pro'ua- pressing my linccre wish that w hat X have now
IK' iajuxiciu," r;, y : " .", lugtsted, in conformity with the li'ral 6cn-
' ' ' ' " T V . '..,' . ttmeoU and enlichtened views of the Presi-
'FrvmMrirmkney tb Mr..Onming. Ideni, tnar -coritribute not only to remove lh
Great Cumberland Plufe, 4utrwtt 33i, 18C8.1 more immediate obstacles to the onlinary .in-
' 5ta- I have had the honour, is consequence J tercourse of trade between your country .and
of the orders of the President, to refal your at-1 mine, in a manner consistent with the honour
tentiOn, in the Cours of several recent inter-1 of both, but to prepare tKe way for a aaxisfac
Tf..-u ; :j :i ru-l.. . t! w.
views, iu uic -in.i3n urucn iu luuum ui iuci l.ut'y aujUSimrul OI every CUCSUUU iuijjviuui
7ta ot January ana litn ot H-ovember,. 1807,1 to their future friendship.
and to the various orders founded upon or in I have the honour tb be,
execution of them: and I now take tie liber. 1 f Kltmrn t' VJa. PihineY.
tv to renew: In the mode which I have unrlrr. I - .' :mV' 11.1'':'. -'. '.
stood to be ilidispcnsiblcr. mv instances on tlUt I "rc' V Uherrom Mr, rirknty h iht Secre-
Subject. " v '.-' .' , . , . ;- . 4 -( 1 . nr V ) " 9cjucmocit (gu,Mv
1 need urareelv remicd. vena air. that the 11 am now enabled to transmit to vou a
roVernment of the United Sutes has never I copy of Mr. Canning's answer, received only
ceased to consider these orders as violating its 1 last night, to my note of the 23d of August, i
rights, aiid aHecting most destructively its in- 1 regret extremely tnai vie views wnico a
terets!oon rrounds whollv inadmissible both I have been instructed to lay before this govern-
-r . , - , I .i ..." .. i f
in nrine nle and fact. ; . - ' - . -1 ment have not oeen met oy it as i naa at cm
The letters of Mr. Madison to Mr. Erskine been lea to expect. l tie overture cannot lay,
of the 20th and. 20ih of Match 1807, produced however, to place m a strong light thejust ana
by the oRtgial communication of that minister liberal sentiments by which; Our government
ot the order ot tne 7th
swer of Mr. Madison
1 fifiS. to a like com muni
. " - I ..... . r . . ' . . ' h ft. -.
e 11th November, contained the roost direct J rort mr' wS 10 ?ir-
nonstrances Prainst the sj stem which these I ; - roR.EiGi OrriCE, Sept. 23d, 1808
rders introduce and execute, and expressed! Th. imtlfrsieiied 'his'tnaiestv'a Drincinal
the confident expectation of the msi4eW that Secretary of State for foreign affairs, had the
t wvuld notbe persisted in., ' ,5 (honour to receive the official letter addressed
pt January, and the an-1 is animatca, ana in ouicr respects v ua ctui
of the 25th of March. I and honourable to our country. ; - - -s, i
cation of the orders oft'.- w. ' - . . .:,.- ' .
That expectation has not yet teen fulfilled, t0 him by Mr. Pinkrev, minister plenipoteri-
dus u nas, noiwimstanuing, not een reun- y. bf t,e United Sufes, respectingthe or
quished. 'lhe President is.sti'd persuaded ders in council issued Ijv his majesty on the
Uk its ai?omr4iiihroent will result from a can. ythof Tanuaty and 11th November,! 807Vvl
ulreview by his majesty' government, made j utf nM at letter before, the king, and
It w not my purpose to rccatitulate In this deftmd oluy -in the hope that the renewed ap-
noie tne aiaicracDui iwu reasomnra cunmcu oiicatioj, which was understood, to have been
in the bove menticnea letters xt Mri Jladi- 'v --j- Hv the wjvernment of the Uni-
son, ui orport of the claim of the government tcd Statc$ tothat Qf Prance, might, in the new
'- ychrev t Creek fit. C l'j.'tsi.v.VK..-
.Cumdnt, fS. C.J v , .Andrew Flink
-iTw(r6',t'.J John F WUMn . i f:
v V 1 ' If any errors have been committedinthe direction
. -f our papei s, tin y shall be rectified on being pointed
f out. 10 every individual wnoe name has been
. uuus, a paper has been addressed. v.j,y;,fv
' r C7 All subscribers will be considered as conti.
;.Jhvang such until they both signify their wshtq with-
raw anri now nr firrrgiCMt r '.T .... , ;'f
r souse and lot in the trpti or iutEiGu,
. ; , Situate on llarget Street, hearhpjipoaie
- - Afr. MttheWt Tavern: , ii i 1
TnE House Is nearly new, well built, two utoriei hiptt,
with u ihop and kitchen attached. The tnd for
...Ijvsuh 11 excellent. A long1 credit will bo given For the
. (TcutlfpM't of the purchase nion'ey if requested. tniiiire
. im tne premist.'s, 01 ; w-'
ov 10,- laOA ' 3 wi
, AVILUS NEUV1E3.
V John &; Robert Stuart ;
T'i 0 noons ntioir the STAli office,'
T) Irr.CTF T! LV inform the public that thev have re
rt (. d, rin c t i mm the city of New-York, a very hand
. .to -r vai-iety ofIRY 60ODS, amoncr which ai-e, LabIB!
Di -oat Bonxkts, fiora No. 1 to No. 6, black pliub
)'a i s, and a peneral assortment of CROCEHII. Not-
, i.i::,Ui!hn(r tne embarrassment of present times, these
..f ' im iuks wruhave CaHii, on to Uiosfc we pelieve
. v irtru' i d.) v Jl be sold as low as atanr ffcmer7
.t .l, t.ush fjitcH here for Tobacco inspected 01 Tarbo-
, t , m i m our House there, tor T obaccft, ana Cotton.
wouia nave renuereu ine corapnautc ui ins
majesty with that proposai consistent as much
wiU his majestyV own dignity and with the in
terests of his people, as it would have been with
his raaiestya disposition towards the United
State'. unnappuy xnere is now, no imiger
any reason to believe that such a hope is likely
TO DC rcatizca aim mc unaexiignca is xncrc-
lore commanaea communicate 10 ixr. r ina
cessary for me jo rerjeat,'and fxt argument
which I could not hope to improve , 1 v
pui mere are cxpianauons wnicn tpose let
ters ilo not contain, and which it is proper for
tne now tb make. - Xven these, however, thay
be very briefly civeri. sine v,y6u have , already
1 .. . ... . . . . .'.
oeen maae acquaimea ia our late coavcrsau
ons with all their bearings and details ,V , "
. nese Pwau0aa go w cw wani.e Bey the decision whichr tmder the circumi
f;(rr:"'"tJus tuUBF,rV JJruuu. stance8 they stand., his ina esty feels hi m.
aisposition wrecanne praers 01 wnicn my gelf compelled, however unwillingly, to .dopt,
g- -nment complains f it is oecome apparent lr The mititcd measure, of retaliation an-
tb orders of coun
and the further exten
was the intention ,pf the. President, m case in n!aVihWiA. l. fUi
.ii ... .'.v.. . . . .... .
cu ot IN 0 vemher, were founded fas has been al-
: j'i'i'i. -jit i v ...
ttw even meir proiesseu oojeci wiune st - b Kia TOaje8ty id
tatnea or weir revocauoo. f-v?iC; f-K-i -e.t.- i.e. v i
had the honout to state to you, sir, that it r
Great Britain repealed her orders, as regard!
ta fji v. C x?.exuerc,lsc Pw ready repeatedly avowedby his majesty) on the
vested in him bv the act of the last session of I. , . . . . .1
.. ' 1 .rt 11A .t 1 1 T unquesuom
congress, - cnuueu avi act to . auuiorisc tne
unauestionable ritrht of his raaiestv to retort
President of the United-Sutes, under tertain a ,fnAA tht ,W if tftM
ties incidentally suSered by these retaliatory
measures, they were to seek their redress from
conditions, to suspend the operation of the act
laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in
the ports and harbors of the United States,
and the scverat suprkementary acts thereto.-
oy Buspenaing tne emuargo law ana us sup-
IIU(VUia M9.VgMW4 S Vk AHIIWUt
the power by1 whose original aggression that
retaliation was Occasioned.' 1, x:fK''$&.
K His maiesty seeiuothinct in the emoarfiro
laid jpnby the Prrsident of the United States
ram authorised to giyejou this assurance 0f America, whicK varJet this original and
e. moSt f?1" an,ne1n t""t tna simple state of the question. - ;.v
upon unparual enquiry it wiU be found to leave con8idered as i measure of Impartial tiosi
no inducement to perseveranw m the British again$t belligerents, the t embargo
orders,, svh.le it creates the most powerful m? 9Jtfia bis tnaiesty to have been manifestly
iviki, iu ivuivDi uuKiii iu iiavs uccu 1119;
sought front the party originating the wrontf
On the score of justice it does hotseem dossi
Die p mistaw tne tooting upon wmcn tnw over- And Ms maje8ty cannot consent to buy off tbit
hjtomvbicqi and I venture to be homy 4 America ought noto have
heve thatjn any othtf view there is as little cxtendedto Vim. at the expence of aconces-
room for doubu iv
"If, as I iwopose, your1 orders should be
rescinded as to the United States, and out em
bargo rescinded, as to Great Britain, the ef
fect , of these eoncurrent acts will be that the
commercial Intercourse of the " two countries
will be immediately resumed j while? if France
should adhere to maxims and conduct deroga
tory to the neutral rights of the United States,
the embargo, continuing as to her will take
the' place of your orders, and lead with an effi
cacy, not merely equal to theirs, but probably
much greater, to. all the consequences that
ouht to result from them.
Tl.e f)venir.tr.tcf t!.s U. Z
to be ir.tormed tlut the D.'ih 1
21, l5, was the. jractk.,1 (
cf aa attcrr.jit not.mcrclv to tl
the prosperity cf Grent-I,n:
' -1 throt.-'1 i -'crity
j tl.t in t' '.
nnih'Iate her political exis
ruin of hercommercial pre
attempt almost all the powers, cf t!.e Lure; t?r
continent, have been compelled rr.cre cr L33
to co-operate andtliattlie American ecih-r-
go, thoujh most assuredly not intended to
that end (Jbr .America can have r.o real jr.trr-
esi m ine suaversicn ci tr.e irit:s '
and hefcrulerj are too enlightened to act i.
icy impulse' against the. rel intercuts cf t'.
country) but by aonae unfortunate concurrence :
of cjreumstances, without any hostile intend.
on, the AroencQ.Iftkargo d come in ai l
ofw the blockade of the European continent'
Ereciscly at the very moment when, if that
lockade could have succeeded at ail, this in-
tcr position of the American government would
most euectually nave contributed to its success.-
To this universal combination, hi n.-'.-.ty
has opposed a temperate but a determined re
taliation Upon the enemy j trusting that a f. rm, .
resistance would defeat this project, but i .'ow- -ing
that the smallest concession would i.-fjii
bly encourage a perteveran.ee in it. . ".
'' The strujjle has been viewed by other"
powers not without an apprehension that ft ;
might be fatal to this covintry. ' The Eritiyll
govern meut has not disguised from itself that
the trial of such an experiment might be arda-1
ous and long; though it has never doubted of.',
the final issue; But if that issue, such as ths
British government confidentlyantictpatcd .
has providentially arrived much sooner tha?t
could have been hoped 1 if the blockade of 1
the continent,w as it has been' triumphantly
smea oy me enemy, ts raised even bclore it
had been well established 1 and if that system
of whicH extent arid continuity were the vital
principles, il broken up into fragments utterly
harmless and contemptible t it is nevertheless
important in the highest degree to the rcputa-
lion of this country , fa reputation which con
stitutes great part of ner power) that this disJ
appointment of the hopes oTherenemies should '
not have been purchased by ny concession J
that not a doubt should remain to distant times
of her determination and of her ability to have
cont'ed her resistance i and that, ho step,
whicl k could even mistakenly be construed into
concession should be taken On her part, whil
the smallest link of the confederacy- remain
undissolved ; or while it can" be a cuestion
whether the plan devised for her destruction
has or has not either completely filled or. teen,
uneq uivocall abandoned. I ; ' v. . .
These considerations compel his maiesrr t
adhere to the principles on which the order s
in council of the 7th Jannary and "the llth cT
November are lounded, so long as France ad
heres to that system by whkh his majestyV
retaliatory: measures were occasioned and jus-
l it is hot improbable, indeed, that S0m etter- -
ations may be made in the orders in counci'.
as they are at present tramed i tJt rations cal
culated not to abate thefce spirit or i . p air their
principle, but to adapt them more exactly to
the different State Ot things which has fortu
natcly grown up 'in Europe, ahd to .combine 1
all practicable reiiel to neutraia, wh & moid
severe pressure upon the enemy. .'y;. J
-'Butofaltenitionsto.be made with this view 1
onlyj it would be uncandid to take, any advan- :
tage in "the present discussion i however it .
might be lipped that In their practical effect,
they might'prctve beneficial to America, pro
vided the opet ition of the embargo were not . -to
prevent her from" reaping that benefit.
" 'It remains for the undersigned to tr' tio
tice bf the last paragraph of ) Mr ; V .y'a
letter. V I here cannot exist on thepr.. t( Mr
Pinkney, a stronger wish than there c' .jca
that ofthe undersigned,.andof the Drlti ;!) gov -ernmetlt,
for theadjnstment of all the vizier v
ences" subsisting between the two count; its;
v .His najesty has nq other ' disposition that
tOcuLlv-ate the most friendly intercourse tvii.Ii
theU. States. '. t ; ' .' v -':
;c, 'what. il. .
aictn maae not to America but to France.
7If, ai it has more generally been represent!
ed oy tne government ot the ii states, the
embargo is only to be considered as an inno
cent municipal; regulation which affects none
but theUy States themselves, and with which
io foreign State has'any concerji viewed in
this light, his majesty doe's not conceive that
he has the right or the pretension to mate kny
complaint of it, and he has made none.' " But
in this light there appears not only ro recipro
city; but no. assignable relation, between the
repeal by the U. States of a measure of y olun-
Mr.' C. is persunded,
would be one of the last i. -often
idly asserted, tlat the th j
otner country is necessary, or servi:
the prosperity ot this... I La r i os- er y t i Ame
rica is essentially the prosperity oi (j. IJntain,'.
and the strength and power cf Great-l'ii:
are hot for herself only, but for the world. 4
When those adjustments shill take- j' !.:r." t
which, though unfortunately not "
at this.momenr; "nor under the conJh" .. t
scribed hy Mr. Pinkney, the ur.dcrs' : -vertheless,'-conf;dently
looks forward j it ..1
perhapshe no insecure p'ec! je, for the cc ' -ance
of the good undrrst.-njir Let.. j
two countries, that they' will 1 n 5 le.'"
elite cacn other s lncr.J.... : . t
. ' ... M 111 I 1 W mmm WMM tXMVMI Will. K.. D i. A LJ ikL .
f (Csx:: -ri iiTt 1 5.