rid aJ.ji'cfs from Mr. Maclaine to
the eledlors of Vyihningion, pub
jUhtd in the Centinel cf the i6thoi
July, l::erc is a paffage vvhicit may b/
coihlraed into a charge againii Mr
Jv^iackenzie of a breach of promife.
Mr. Maclaine diflivows any irrtenti-
cnof iini-itating fadts, or of relkdiny
upon Mr. Mackenzie s condudl. Oj.
the cont!*aiy, he has in another parte-
the publication iiVqucftion, mcntioncr
that gentleman in favourable term?
Blit Ivb. Maclaine is now convinced,
that the fads are not ftateJ in their
proper n der, and that- one of them wa
attended vvith a circumhailce which
h ;eicaped his mei-nory. He is fatis
f.i. that his converfation with Mi
^Uckcuzit K"'fuhfequent to the con-
ftrence between that gentleman anf‘
loncs, (who propoled that th.
It tngrh of the con.e iding nartic
ni'riu be compared immediately) acL.
acknovviedges that when Mr. Macktn
z e Cw ! vY 11 Mr. Maclaine to a cofd-
'j loCiiie, he added that // ’would do o
n.y tune bejere the elrbiicn.
This, it is hoped, will be fufEcieir
to fiicw, that Mr. Mackenzie aded
conf (Icntiy, and that there was no in
tcMMion on the part of Mr. Maclaine, to
place him in an improper point o‘
view. Ihe addrefs was diawn u|
amidil: a multiplicity of bufinefs, anc
cn the eve of Mr. Maclains departure
for Hillfourough. This is the onh^
apology he can make for the inaccura
cy of his tf >temcnt.
September i, 1788.
A R R J A L S fince our laft.
Schnerer ^>'17.$, h’ovcy, New-Providence.
Sioop Llijrktte, Branih.jil, Dit'o.
Schooner Sally, Towers, Liverpool.
On 1 Oiid t!ie Brigantine NANCY,
C.npt. B. LEACH, from Marlipicu,
Now lying at Mr. W. Campbell’s
W harf. ' ^ '
Excellent Weft-India RUM, and
SUGAR of the firft quality.
Which will be fold Cheap for Calh.
Wanted on board faid veOel,
A quantity of TAR and PITCH, and
a number of White Oak STAVES,
for jv'hich a generous prke will be
I f cor.fifting of J fcantling & remainder boards
‘ ^ Superficial meafnre. 70/". to 8q/i
Mar. R. Wilkings,.
HAS FOR SAL^
At his Store the corner of Market and
Fiont ftrects, the following
pOWDER RED BARK,
Tartar Emetic, Cream Tartar,
, Glauber Salts, Sulphcr,
/I 's Hepatic, Magnef’j Mba,
Salts Wormwood, Blue Stone,
Laud.tniuni and O^Mum.
■■ ■ ' Lavender,
■■ — Vv inc.
Camomile Flowers, Tinfture Bark, Sajo,
Antimony, Spermacacti, Gum Goa'cam,
Aff-foetida, Manna, Senna Leaves,
Pink Root Quick Silver,
Baliam Solpher Anis.
Calomel, Turner’s Ccret, Traumatice.
. Red Coral.
Elix. Par gorlce,
Hicra Picra, Oil Anis Gentian Root,
St 'URlitor’s Bitters, Sal. Nitre.
Mercurial O.ntmentin fmall boxes,
Annerfon’s Pills, Baliam Money,
Harlacm Oil, Britilh Oil, Go 'ien Tinflure,
"■Godfrey's Cordials, TarUngSou's Saifam, «
■■ ' -■ Carter,
Volai Is Salt*, Bateman's Drops*
Li'iuun* Root and Juice,
Effence of Burgamot,
» ' ' ' ■ Lemon,
Gil Lavender. Lavender Water,
Rtc. Oak H.hr /faxes per M.
Volute Oak do. . .
R* O, hi], „
do. - - .
iS inch fhlngies, - - .
22 do d®. ...
larpcrhl!. - .
Turpe ntine per bll. of qzolb. grofs,
per hil. . . *
J; ^ ' • TOO lb.
Rice, par do.' _
1 pea* per bufhel
EC'-s’ vv-X per Ih.
Deer-Sk n? in hair trim’d, per Ib.
Ditto Untrirv.’d - -
Butter per lb.
Pork per bll. of 22oIb. nr.
* pfji* Ib, . ^
Beef per bll. - . . '
Corn per bufhel -
Otter Skins -
Raccoon da. -
Brown Sugar -
Ordinary per loolb ' .
Loaf fugar per lb.
1 Jamaica p.gl-
JN. l-ng. —
Molaffes per g^l.
Cbocclare p trlb. -
Iron per ton
rhii.'id. Hour per bll. of 1961b.
Steel per lb.
iron Hollow wars per ton
Fine fait pi.-r bufhel
Do. by Retail
Ccarfe fait per bylhel
Cofi'ee per lb.
N. England Chcefo 9
80/. to 90/.
15c/. to i6c/.
4®^. to 5c/.
80/'. to 9.-/.
I'i/- to 15/.
14/ r* 16/.
14/. to IS./.
ly to zof.
4«. to 42/.
3/. to y/od.
I4d. to i6d
80 to 90/-.
6 to 8/.
- 24 to 3o^r.
izo to i/Lof.
2/8 to 3f.
yfjd. to %f.
6 to 6f6fJ
3f8d. to 4f.
2 to 2f4d.
90 to loof.
2f6d. to 2f8d.
6 to yf..
; 20 to 246.
zod to z6d.
" The SLOOP
Mathew Bramhall^ Mafter,
Will laii on MONDAY next.
For PASSAGE only, (having excel
lent accomodations) apply to the Maf
ter on board at Market wharf, or "
D. REARDAN Co.
Wilmington, Sept. 3. 27.
"" .". t ■■■■ I '■
ALL KINDS 6 F
Mi Sold on Commiffion, by
—Who has on hand—
8000 excellent Laths,
And on very eafy terms, the foL
Lying between ten and twenty miles
QMITHFIELD, fituate on both Tides
^ of the North Weft between Blue Banks a.nd Drury All. n’s
..ontaming 2200 acres of land, about 400 wh.rcol ar^vti y .^h
ch IS cLared, the remainder is tv4l-t\mber’d
fhe h^i fwamp fi: for corn or indigo extends zeehainsT- fc
from river, ivb.ch is uncommon in that neighb-mrhord and
part of the lovver fwamp may be overflowed with great eaf’ bvf
never failing ftream, upon which is tuft ^
r»xl SAW.-MlLL,’.Jv ,1..
fc ^ B A NjK S, fituate on
cleared, of wlilcli 2o acres may be vratcred. at any lime wdh
yreateafe. 'I he remainder fit for corn or indigo |i,e ‘I
cleared fwamp conta.ns a vaft body ..feyprefs tLber, and
kI L forsriflmms.rn„„i„g through i. r
Tooth Powder and Brufties.
—A L S
A CHi ST of excellent^*^^^
Wilmington, September 3. 27-
- „ , t>eaut) and hcalchinefs of
s too well known to require f .i tl.erdefciipti.in.
BELLEFONT. fituate on both
o icof he beft high f. amp ^1 an., tions i.n tha riwr t con
mnsab..ut 3000 acres cf land, 8.vo acres whe tv-f the b-ft
o amp, about too acres being cleared, moft ef which can he
•• atered by a ftream iiruing cut of the highland, which is j.ke-
' ifc capable of fapplying a fmall erift-mili. Tbtre ar- on tby.
■'emifes, a BRICK-Houfe containing four rooms, a kitchen
tarn, and other neceffary out buildings. *
One thoufand acres of land on the
vaters of Livingften creek, contai.nin? fyn p vo '! rice Itnd and
. ouanti.y cf very fine turpentine trees. J’hc rang, for fleck ex-
A fmall piece of land Ivino" on Rat-
j Branch, near the North- Wert road, in an advantageous
Hand for a tavern, containing 200 acres. *
A piece of land on the North-Eaft
fide of GJack-River, in the ncighb-^urhood of Mautfly’s p->in'-
great part of which is tide fwamp, or meadow : the whole coni
lamn'-g 200 acres. 1
A tract joining and below the laft-
motioned, formerly patented to James CcL.on ; mcyfl cf this is
prime tide fwairp and cane meadow. 1 he high Gnd fitua-e in
. a remarkable line range. It contains of high and low land, about
1000 acres. *
APPLEBY, adjoining the
above, cont fining in the whole 865 acres, 546 acres being good
tide cane meadow and rii h fwamp, 30 acres compL ielyditcb d
round, and 4^ acres nearly finifhed ; on the high land, which is
fituate m a fine range, is a very pretty and healthy fituaticn for
An Ifland of tide fwamp, lyin? on-
pofitc to the laft-mcntloned tradls, containing 276‘^acrcS ^
A piece of land on the North-Eaft
fide of the North-Weft, juft below the mouth of Biac'-f-Riv^r
great part of which is tide cane meadow, conuining, by n-ed!
2CO acres. ^ ^ *
A piece adjoining and below the
!all m.ntmn.d, mofl o. «tid, i. lide f..v.mpand cnc mad'uw,
containing, by patent, 320 acres. '
Another piece between the laft and
that valuable body of rich fwamp, called the Cat Fiih lands
containing aoout 200 acre.. *
The fertlity, timber, fituation of
thefe lands cn navigabie waters, between VVHmi.-'eton -nd
F..y:^re-y,lie which •id orefeariy in a fnert ti rebecome The
crp.telot the flats, make the.m dGirable po/L/T,. ns for nrV !
p ofit and aff rd certain afTo a-.es of tlJr becVmfng ext? mej;
valuable at .a period not very d.ftant Apprev d old Ln//
ofFeciallyofthe late Mr. L-rr’s or Ca-vr Av-.n’- ^
debts cf thefuhfcriber, vviil .•>i:owed "in pM pa/n- ^ ?nd
anyperfonpurchafingthewnck, fnall have them a vVv^r^^
Far further particulars, apply to
Belvldere, July 2, 1788,
3 E LET,
The BRICK HOUSE, TAVERN,
and FERRIES, eppufite Wilmingtcn.
Three good Carpenters, a Shoe^
maker, and Bricklayer, that have ferved their apprenticefii.ps «
Chariefton, to be hired out to any perfons who will ufc I'leu
properly, and pay paniflually.
Apply as above.