V Vol'..-1.1 ; ' ; V. JiALEIGII, MARCH 30,1809. -: 7 'S'. r fNo.a. : '; ; -;
k iUDEKto, at tb orr d oir Fattt-
tllU'SnUT. MA CAi0 COfc-PICE
Taaxs DAllah ? Anyc, fatam. Aif
TtllLT I AOACE SlWOLt Pi 10 CMT.
.".. JahnstM County. j( 5 ... -i 8mwu . ..-.-'
"V . "' s"- jybniiry Term, 1 8 sr
tXAtnnk Wttv-.e ... Psdtion tor awuian
. ! . . r . of Lands.
TJieHeiniofJohmpmithDec'd.i ' -" ...
IT PPrinir to Um Court that Allen, on of tb
Defendant in their ewe, ii n jnhbtUnt f nother
Kutc, CW ert, 1 here fort, that Publication 1 made for the
-' jaceof6rrekaMcceanvelyitbSTkn of Hikigh, that
tije aaid William Allen appear at the nit. Court to be
' M far ui1 rVamt. an the fourth MondV ill Mat MZt,
' and hew eauae, if an he haa, wherefore the prayer of
tkti petition (ball not be rranted. . v T - v
JUST received; to acll for a frienU IlftT Bnabeb 0
IB1SII POTATOES, Northern growth,and of an excel
hint quality, by .,. ; ' ' ,' -
yt-- JOHN & ROBERT STUART.
jz-iUleiBl.MarcliilKio,' c , .'; e.-. '
' t"HE Subtcririir has a F13! &Y.on Rbanoalce River 2
' 'JL ,mik belo Norfleet's Ferry, in Scotland Neck. Ha.
s ':iifi eottntv, where ht will barter Rah for TobiceO, Cot.
V ten, Tlour, or Brandy, he . '. - . " - .v
'ViV i .;;? JAME3 SMITH, u.
rebroary, 20,1809. : it' k v'v: -
fpalniachrisu Seeds. : v
f ASH. and a liberal price, will be riven for any Qtiantirf
f VA of Palmatkriiti $iedi;it delivered durinpthepUntinp
ietiioiv Enquire at the 6Ur Office, or at the Btoreof Mr.
R. Smith; Pariah corner. v'-1 w : v:v. '
;, t :Af ;' v.; f ,S. v 3a K. March, 14. ItW.
v ' Ul iubcriber harinar under tpecial actofconnets.
A obtained a patent for hia improvements in the art of
manuf jctunng Hour, .datea January 22, loon, whicli now
neds no recommendation, ho naaaiao a patent torniatm
Arovcmenta on Steam Engines, which render, them tiift
" pie, cheap and durably a more auiuble for a great variety
Z,1. of purposes inthvt country." And for hia improvement
v. called the Screw .Mill for brenkiftg plaister and other
v hai d substances, proved in a variety of forma to be Very
; v useful. And also for, his Luminous Boref with jalk or
".sinirlasa doors, rivinr lieht like an open fine with se-
vrrl other useful improvements ' He is now disposed to
sell one half of hi exclusive, rights, vy . Counties or dis
. tricts. to mill wrjghta or engineers, (ift preference) cap-
Die ot erecting , ana arranging inpoc jmprovemeins, so at
to nut them failv and completely: in operation. To such
be will sell on terms that will prove advantageous, both
. -to them and the millers for it is evident, that those im
1 prove men ts will b obtained both of Setter construction
: and cheaper, .including u small sun for leave to us
them. vis. for usine the- imnroveinents in manufacturine
flour, full and complete Tn . a sinirle mill, R 100; and foi
the Screw- Mill, for breaking plaister, R 20 by applying
to those well skilled tn constructinir them, who may keep
them made ready for setting up, than they could other-
. Wise be oUtamed a no patent, existca. ; .- ' smt
" , Security-for De rfVrmna of. contracts, WlU be requu
d.- Screw Mills mu le of east iron of best construction,
i aie kept at Wars woras, rrnuaacipuia, iot saiowneit
8team Bngines are aUo made of. any power that may be
' ' ordered.- warranted lnswet the purpose. -
Those wlio use his improvements without licence, may
, ' ' ' depend on being" called on, through, "the medium of the
t..:.,. MHMa. vV ... .
. . ; VIULSU BUMi yvuiw - . t ' '
Any printers of newspapers who assist Mt diMemmating
these useuu improvementa, snau ok uie nrsi, m any pnn
nnl ekir or town in the United States, to (rive this ad
' vertisement a place, to the amount of ftve dollars, shall be
' ' entitled to one. copy of; the second edition of the Youn
" Will, wrijrbt anil Miller's uide, price ft 4, and one cope
. Ot the Ymng Steam lingmeers uuioe, price, j ia m c
. chanM for one of tne papers, dj applying 10 uie suoscn
- ber. t i. &.- -:4 X ; - OLIVER E VANS.
' ' Phnadephia,M; SOSOa-'W ,!1; V r-
' . ;elebrattovs of.thR
FOUUIH OF MAHCIL
tn 'Celebration of the happy result of the tale Pre
. - aitkntkl Election in tli lcvatlon of James Madi-
son to the Preaidential Chalfr "i'uimber of4Repub-
- ticans of Trentoh and vicimtYiinta some gentle
. "'men fjom the country .who happened to be in town
."mfctontheevfctuns of the 4lh cl Mivrch, and par
'i took together of anltcelknt Uret frovided for
' the occasion A fter the cloth yuA reroovea, tnc
." followlnfl: toasts were tJrahk "aV i .
12; Ttmoihu Pickering-be tool of Bntabif the
; . idol of Federjuism-Majr Jie meet hi reward
, - 1 i. Jotiuh Quincy and the JZtte&fftmtv-l-T.o use
' Qnincy's own words J Their invitations stimtiluted
''and encpurt.ffed afcKresalan.' They .marked out
the plan for our eneoiieDivide and eonquerf' In
' ; y sert you influence amid theoarties of .the state
comtpt the tfvarkious, filerhten'tb weak, Tilifi
', f virtue turn taletrta tb ridicule weaken the oblimt
e tions of morality, destroy the influence of religion,
, maKe r .en wormy to oe siavca ana wy wui sue ior
: fetters, , .How minutely the opponents of the .will
. of the people have adhered to these principles, fa
our day, is too obvious to " remark.'. , Mar 'their
Counsels, like AtiithopelV, result in their ovti con
(. fusion, and theur conduct, in their .own defeat and cUs
grace. :. c 3 w "j: ... .. fvv?r:
T. he tuurfiatton qf Britain-- External JUx
May th splrh of T6 protect us from the) leaffnaof
domesde trmiton with foreign tyrants. C
i j. i lit aiMnutraVbcn they contend for"
free and equal government, they will have our best
wianea wmie they light, under the banners of Hi-U
tain for m perfidious Lmg, corrupt nobility und de
praved derjr, we cannot bid them OtxUpcod.';
, . st me. vies raxsiotaT- ,
May tho inflaratrutorv, (esuitical saiI Ucoiinical
Speeches and Writings of the sanctified roan Tim.
operate upon the wise and good part of the Feds as
they did upon Quincy Adams, .
, MILFORD, (Dx.) ;
A respectable cumber of the citizens of this place.
conceiving, that the th day of March, -ought to be
wnrrwi uiio a luutieo, necau&e on tnnt ax Thn.
mu Jefferson, the authour of so many sufferings to
the American people, acquired the rank of a private
uuzcd onvcnea, ior tne purpoM ot bearing an
pen testimony, against the deadly policy which has
characterized his administration, from it commence
ment, to the present day ; when the following toasts
accompanied by appropriate firing, were given and
cheered by the loud nuzza's of an incensed k much
abused DeoDle. ...
. Farmer Giies A gisgrace to tne happr and use
ful fraternity. He has the honour of giving birth to
we most oppressive, unjust and arbitrary Uw that e
ver was imposed upon a free Deoole.
Gen. Samuel Smith He supports the Embargo,
because the Embargo supports him.
.. The Patriots of Spain Magnanimous 8c brave,
raay ther, like America, achieve their independence
or sacruice tneir nest olood in its defence.
The memortofWASBivaTOM. It will he
fully cherished to the latest j.ges of the world, by eve
ry true friend to this counu v. .
.1 r..i. .4" .. . .
iiumuy rttKcniig . -1 ne cruia ot persecuuon. v
i COL. PICKKRING.
A splendid Entertainment, in honour of the Mi
pority in Congress, was inyen in New-York, on
i uesaay tne 4tn, at tne I onune t-oHee-Uouse.
Cornelius Ray, Esq. preuded: and Richard V
rick, Ksq. and Gen. Stevens, officiated as Vice-Pre
The room wus elegantly decorated with Portraits
and Emblematical Paintings t among the former,
the portraits ot WasitiNOTOHand Hamiltoh held
the most conspicuous st .ions. In the centre of
the room Was a pillar, with the figures '76 inscrib
ed on each of the four sides ; bearing a Gold Eatrle
on tne top ; ana supported by tne Uemi of America,
T. A.4 Ar.
curope, asu ano vinca.
As it was understood that the Hon. Mr. Picker
me, the Hon. Mr. Uillhouse. and other E.,
Members were on their passage from Ambov to
mis city, tne uinner was delayed until 6 clock.
About hail an hour after the company were seated
at the tables, their disunguished guests were an
nounced at the door, and were conducted to the
head of the room, amidst the music of the bnd and
the animated cheers of the assembly.
Soon after the arrival of the Guests, a, curtain,
which had been, extended on the front of the room,
was withdrawn, exhibiung to the surprize and ad
miration oiine company a large and elegant emble
matiear Painting, ("executed by Mr. Holland,! of
wiuch uic HMiowiug are tne outlines i
in the centre, the figure of Commerce on the
ngntnandthfl federal Ship WASHINGTON
taking in a cargo in the fore ground two boj s, one
beating A Comu copae, the other receiving from i
the fruits of the earth in the back Kround, a beau
tiful and distinct landscape, representing Agricui
ture on toe top of the whole piece, the American
Eagle hovenng over the figure of Commerce, bear
ing m his mouth a scroll with the following appro
pnate inscription x (
"lam not the advocate of Wrong doers, to what
ever country they may belongwhether Emperors
or Kings, or the Administrators pt a Kepublic;
Justice is my aim Truth is my guide ; and
wherever she points the way, I shall not fear to go."
The bove is a quotation from one of Mi:. Pick
ering's able speeches in the National Senate, against
the tmbargq system, wherein he proves with the
spiru or ay-pauiot ana uie wisaom oi a ooion, uie
deleterious, French influence which had poisoned
our public, coufcils and laid prostrate tho honbur
and prosperity of our degraded country . 0 .
. Among the members of Congress' present, Were
Mr. Dana and Mr. Davenport, of Connecticut, Mr.
Livermore, of Massachusetts, and Mr. Gardenief
ury, avarice and lust of dominion, have again grasp
.. ed at the sovereircnty of our nation f and, support!
iy ed hiternully by a deprave
i - Pointed faction, had well nt:
LnA Mr. T Jvlncrwon. oftbla atat. .
, The' greatest harmony and, hilarity prevailed
throughout tfcc ' entrtainmenV':ifvTh dinnr was
excellent,-and erved fa the best style, Themilsic
Was Unusually good j a number of appropriate songs
were sung 'an4 after the regular toasts Were drank,
tne ioiiowmg, among oioer v oiunieers, were givcu
- lines to property, but no . distinction of interest
or limits to sfiection and principle between New
England Mid New-york .l ., " . .
: , . By MttHillhouse
' The permanent UNtow of these States...)
' The Union of American on Amerlcaiifpiinci
table gentlemen of our country Were presentthey
occupied the whole of the first Boor of the building.
Thqnvis ritzurnons, Esq. presided in the long room.
Com. Truxtou In the second room It Geo. Larimer,
Esq. io the third. ' ; ; V -." .'
; i he company were hottoured with tb presence
of Mr. Dona, Mr, Livermore, Mr: Gardcnicr, Mr.
Milnor, and Mr. Jeuknit, the only members of Con
gress who were in the cityJudge Griinihs from
New Jersey -t Bishop VVbitl and several of the Rev.
Clergy, with other citizens of "distiiKtioo. At, one
end ot the long room was placed an .elegant Por
trait a CtKUAV IVASUIJYXirOJV Over Com
modore Tru turn's chair, was suspended a painting
of a fine American Eaglejon an akure ground (.rasp
ing tn one' talou the r lag ot Uie u. Sk, and lu the o
ther a Thunderbolt i number of Stars correspon.
ding to the number of btates,' and spread ever the-
grouno mono, " muuona ior aeieoce, ooi s cent
for Tribute, the true federal doctrine. . , V ' , .
2. The ntrmory of General Wiiiimto En
vy dared not look or breathe upon him but thiouh
the' mask of hypocricy. ". '
A. 1 he Heroes of the Revolution May our gra
titude be as immortal as their services. .
5, Ch. Jurace Marshal Too great hot to be en
vied by the mean ) and too honest not to be bated by
the wicked. VA - n
8. Our Sisters. Massachusetts, Conneticut,
and Delaware Vlw hold to the Union on the
basu of the Coiutv ution, ahd repel those vioL
tions of it, which would terminate in a seperation.
9. The President of the Unued Sutes May he
wiscl use the experience of his predecessor, and
uener estimate tne vinue oi suiceniy, ana me cnar
acter of the Atrial lcn people.
10. Art icu.tuie. Commerce and Manufactures
Bound tosjetner by inseparable interests, -may
they reject the deiuaioiu mat would w jsalously
IS. The Spanish Patriot, s May their glorious
euorts to shake otl a cruel and withless tyrant, be
successful, and t.uroie learn trom them, that a
brave people, united, is invincible.
Our. National Glory Escaped from the feeble
protection of a visionary projector, may those who
now are its guardians havethe s wisdom to value it
aite Sutesmen, and the courage to defend it like
CoL" Pickering Honour for his services, affec-
uon tor ids worth, r
Remarks on tha forccoin? bv Col. Duano. In the Aurora.
It is said that a petition is about to be oresehted
to Congress by some of the cheap dinner clergy, to
institute a religious festival in honour of Judas Isca-
not. - "fr
it a temple should be erected to Judas Iscanot.
the reverend clergy nti-rht propose to have the efli
ies or Arnold, and Burr, and Pickermg, hung up on
the horns of the altar. ;a
As the) reverend tlergy have lent themselves to
countenihcea wietch who on so many occasions hat
endeavoured to disgrace andbetray nU country
-re we to conciuoe tnat mere are any ot them who,
receive a modicum out ol the missionary funds fo
converung tne heathen.
AniongJthe elegant and; musical compositions
sung at the uinner for a traitbr-one was by major
It is asked why the Rev. clergy should dlsnlav
l 1 . r. v M " ... .
sucn nosuary to i nonws Jcllerson f Was it be
cause his admuustrauon gave the he to their
f lse prophecies, of the downfal of reiiition, and
Uie destiuctiort of tlie churches f .Was it be
cwise he endeavoured to preserve peace, which
their faith (if they have. unv,j teaches them to culti-
vaie : was it love or trutn ot meekness t cha
my of Forocitrunce, -nd love of our r.ei,rhlours-
rhomas Pome's vriungs against the CbristLn sva
tem, never inflicted so deep a wound, as the dim
ucc vi men waning incmseives ministers ot tue gos-
1 have been asked, for a list of the company that
dined to commemorate the slume f the country,
as there are wagersidd that a majoriry of thehames
:n l. - r , i . f mi J
wm dc ipunu on recoro. i ne names we cannot give
in full, find a partial list would hot be impartial, and
as to th record, we know not what that means or
refers to; OUr corresptindents should explain as
they; gosat least 5 shillings in the pound. J
It is not true that Jemmy' Sloan Sung the Priest
of the Parish" at the Pickaroon dinner.
Dr. Caldwell drank a volunteer at the Pickaroon
dinner" the health of the board of health, and Df
Pascalis." Therc must be something in this more
than 'meets' ihe eye. ' '
By At?, Gardener, after Mr. Pickering retired,
. TiMOTt PicxKkiHo Arctck on which the
storm may beat" . -f ' v k.-tpLfffi.f.--
ah Bu Robert It Rou Livintrstoi i - i A
' .The Spirit of Seventy-Six 4t appeats jbefbrf us
in manly characters before it ceastit to exist, ma;
it ftnpear fa Vxfv.r
Oft the loth'a splehdid dfaner'was clven at the
Mansion House Hotel ltv Philadeiphia, ui honour of
Col Pickering, and the minority in the late -.Con-
'Jit comes .
The hoisy herald of a busy World."
''...A bloody battle f wa Jately fougbt fet Cape;
NichoU Mole, between the rival chiefs of Su
Domingo, Christophe and Pction, which ter-
mmr.tetl in lavout Uhe latter , i ;;
- French Bulletins Co the 19ti, inclusive, (da2
ted-13th .jot jPecember) have been received
The last contains noaccount of Operations ex.
cept , tne arorrenacT tr itos.is with 2009 pri
oners,' : The ei ghteenh is filled with hraip'i
of the French generals," and abuse of the : Spit
nish Juhtii ipne member is called a pitiful
locHelle,' with eotrie furniture for General .
Moreau. Dackaves of drv Modi, to tbVrantairi ' ' '
and passengers vessel tfc V.E, Protres Hav' -
05 cstapeu irora xvocdciic (in tne nignt vi iao - . ,
!4tK of IanuafVbetWerti.lHr forts &nd .4 "iv, 1
French Squadron of 4 ships of the' line and 4 ' '
rigates, wiui troops do do am, reaay ior seas -.. s' fc '
fanuanr 16, was boarded br" the British Iritd C
Co neti Mef took out all the BataVtao' crw ' '-
except the captaio and cook including a pas ' j
scngers, ana . put on oova anoruceranao . .- ",
.r. ' T -'
next aayon oresc, trie rest 01 me passenrers r -;-(-of
the Bitavisn, with the captain, cook and ' jt;, i
steward, (8 m number) retQoif the brig; ; OA :y
th'e6th of Feb; in latitude- 31; long; 57,' th ' t
Bataviaa was again taken hy the British letter1'
of maid ue ship,' trllm, Captain GeorgV Keea -'-
er, from Barbadoes bound to LivrrpooV
hv but on board 4 more mem' to ms'isI the'
other prize crew in carrying the brirj ihtd Bera ,..' '
muda; but on the, 8th instant, ill latitude 34a'' v :,';.V; t
JO, longitude 3i ;hc,aptain, cook Imd tew- i '?
ard retook the Btatrtao hgalni'SndbiVUghther 1 1 ..s
safe into port !!! ; Left only ourAmefican' f V -1-
... . i.
The British officer of the Comet frignte ina
read a ' London paper of the Slh'of January " C lv : is
n which it'was stat;d,hVt Sir' Arthur WcUC;
lesly'a eipediiSn 16 Spain. was abandoned."
rhat an etPedition 'of 13 sail of the line ani'dP - ?'
frigates were fitting out : it. PortsmbUth; for5
Buenos Ayres Tliat Ferrol had oeen takert ; (. v,1
w th2 French the beemnintf 'f .''TuuarvW'
f hat the British troops at Corunna yere about'r "
to spike' the guns and abandon' the placet-ev.'.
inai ,wie uriiisri army was retiring towaraa
Vigowhere were 50. transports and 4 frigsteif-;J
to conver them hdme-anrL'that th Rnanill; '.''.--
coast was lined with French troops W-KM-v'Vv4'--i-
On the , 14th of Janriaiy, the datf the Bata-.1
aii saucu, mere were at aucnor in rvocneiiet-
harbour, 4 ships of the line and 2 frifpueswfrbv
troops on boardi". ready for sea,'destined for-
.Vlartiniqufe iut tl.ev were blockaded bv A1'
force nearly as formidable They were.TioW-'. V
ever, pletermifted to sup out the first onpdrth "i f ;
tiis,y - - t . " ,r r-.'j-
' - r . -I:-- fc---.5"'.
We learn from captain Lindsav..whbtams
home passenger In the Batavian (and w hava f"v;i?
heard it before) that the Crews of alt Ameri a
can vessels aeiainea in r ranee, ai t imnriKniwi-:'?
, and are released otihi on 'cnditioo ofthellA'i
tering on board French shibsif war.- WerC; ';:
have seen a letter framll'ioaqit i;iilcman f 'i'7V'f:-i
this city, who went out chit f mate t-t the 'ihW'.'-v- ' I
Ifolhnd Trader, captain Sinclair He tatefe
that he was etill. in prison at Rochcfort, andW ?
I jwtd nothing to subsist on bjit "bread andT.wa . :
ter! - ' r': -f'J,?. ';'f
rhe ship Two MarVsj Captain HUeviWhich; , 0 !
vessel has been sequestered in Nantforlg '
muths, in ' consequence 'of her having beets
ooaraea ty a British cruiser, waf cohdemned
together with her cargo, on the Slst Deccm-a
ber, by tht council of prizes at Parrii yt 4 '-' l'
1 he last Bulletins of the French Army wm
fbun.l in Ah emptv boat. ethe coast near Tied. .
ver --Tl,ev ar-BUiint)selfto have bi-n l ',a'v '
irift.for the rmrbsc'qf itntiouncingintnkirbxiT I
try the cause oFaYejoiclAgwhieh took pdaCe
on tne French coast on Moudav ast J Tf.U'.?f
'node of cominunicatioAs notinprecedentedi"
The Bulletins received jjre priuted bv them'
pelves, in a series. In the shape of pamphlet, Si
not contained in a Moriiteur, as some accounts
3tate. I he 14th Bulletin begins in pag4 83 '
of the Pamphlet- - TKe 16th Buileun is print
ed in very wide lines I a dilrYrenc; -r,-
whichf we see no reason, except it btng the la
te,st. - v. i '
A reyoluiloh in Constantinople took nlaco
ron th 1 4th, 1 5 th and 1 6th Ngv, when the gran i ;
v ncicr, accnijr in.u nis enemies were toopowv
erfid, se t)re to his magaiineof gunwderi'
and blew himself up. It was suppted the Sul
tan was likewise killed. A , r;at part of Con. ,
staftUnople, and th ships of the PoVte; Hwero . '
wrapt in flamesA massacre at Algiers .
curredon the fth Nov. when th DvV Ach
met'Pacha, was pursued bv the .-soidieryartel'
killed on the roof of a Jew's house in Alfriers-1 r
Ehe cause assigned was, jthe 'partiality 6f th i..'-v,V."- :-v'4 1
' Dejr- for tht MoorsV -' jf-jf -i
'he Paris prints are fdttof imperial decreeis ' i
isstied ajj Madrid t One -of which .announces 4 ' '
general pardon to -all Spaniards who shall with-'- i
intone month have laid dawn thd arms et'x
cepting by name a few distinguished .persona.
whse lives and property are forfeited t an6-.
thjrxdimiases the members of the ; Council of
Clstite as fcowards" and as un worthy of ' be i ng;
magistrates of a brave and : generous nation y
ahqthet'ab'oliihes the tribunal of the inquisiti
on i another reduces the numbr of convents N
elistino; 1 Spam' .tq-pne- third, and-pe:irmita.tli''-i ;
regular ecclcsiastics,-who wish to live ifseCar I
tar clercy, t leave their 'xohvents,aif wfc V'i'Mf.
shall receive a pension i another' abflis!i, n all 1
jaai ngnts 1 anotner auppresses rue ; oarria. "f, ,;
jnty oi out nauon 1 ano suppamitol, picketing, and the minority in the late .Con-l fc.1 u-v ) wyuwr . wijci, on-?,; fa.:? i m . I - ;. "" . 7 . "V rr", " " V . r 5 C
1 depraved, ambitions and disrp vres, of rj s-Uiout 250 ef the most respeoi On th 15th instant arrived at New York I cri ocWeen the $ eveeai prpvtnces : ?y K: .