arc figned by all ranks of people with
the greateft avidity.
The Brig Fanie, Capt. Hand, from
this port to Falmouth, was itranticd
near Sandy-Kook in a fevere gale of
wind* The captain and crew got fafe
I The (loop , Capt. Crocker,
[from this port, was (Iraiided arSandy-
[Hook in the fame gale.
I The floop Samuel, Capt. Meads,
pfrom this port, arrived at New-York
I on the 28th ulr. difniafted.
A London Paper of July 24, fiys.
On Sunday morning, the I3thinft.a
moft extraordinary circumdance took
place at Paris,—About nine o’cK ck,
nearly a total darknefs enveloped eve y
thing, which was iucceeded by a lo:m
of thunder and lightning, ot iiail a:.d
rain : the whole of fo tremendous a
namre, that it is faid, neaily thiitv
trvviis and villages arc in a (late of de
flation 1 Large pieces of ice were ta
ken up, mea u i :g three quarters of an
inch in da leter.
DiElJ—On Monday lad, Mrs.
MnROARFT HILL, aged 54 years.
^ The memorial ot , to the
legiflat re, di 1: ha^e a p’ace in our
next. Want of rocm obd^.d us to
oaiit It tli!s publication.
ARR;VALb i\iv:c our Ir.ft.
Snow Tulcan, Pot ei, Rhodc-Idand.
Schooner Go d-IIo. e,Hunter, Bodon.
Si-jop t hoenix, l aitlett, Nevv-York.
Nancy and Polly, Branfov.Ditto.
~ Liberty, Hatch, Rhode-lliand.
L UM nEl^, errfif^irg o( * 'c iprli
«M inv.li and 2inches fu|>bu.ual
OaK *ihu» li«aVwo 11^
V. Lit.- oak do.
R. O. bil. do.
\V. O. do,
18 inch fi'/ir.g!es,
22 do. do.
'I ai ptr harrol,
Turpentine p r bil. of 32olb. grofs,
r.tcli per bli.
T oh.iccp p^r loolb.
Ri. e pet do.
Blark-cyed I’eas per bufliel,
Be; i’-\vax per li>.
Deer Skins in ' air trim’d, per Ib.
i';irtpr per ib.
Pork pet bil. of zzolb. nt.
'1 allow per lb.
Bee} per b!J. -
Corn per b . ihel «
Otter Skins - .
Brew n Sugar -
Ordinary per looIb
Loaf fugar per Jb.
u.m V Welt-In.
3N. Eng. —.
Molaffes per gal.
C hocolate per 1 b. .
Iron per ton
Philad. Flour per bll. of 1961b.
Steel per lb.
Iron Hollow ware per ton
Fine fait per bulhel
Do. by Retail
Ccarfe fal: per bufhel
Coffee per lb.
Green do. . . .
n & reiTialpder bnai ds
mcalure, S J. to 50/.
F J. to O' J.
. 15':/ 016/.
' 4 /• to 5 J.
9 >. to I"./.
13/. t. ic/.
15_/. to lu/.
J?/ to zof.
56 to 60/.
aA to 3/6d.
130 to 140/'
I4d. to i6d.
So to oa f.
5/. to 6/.
- 24 to 30/.
ICO to izc/.
a/s to 3/.
Sf6d. to of.
yfQd. to 8f.
6f. to 6f6d,
gfSd. to Af.
H A S- F O R SALE,
At bis Store, in Wiimingto?iy
A few BALES of
Suitable for the approaching Scafon,
BP" - —Among *ivhich are—
B lue llrcuds, tvize, and learnoughts.——Alfo, a package
or two ot printed linens' and cottons, white, coloured,
aiij clictked handkerchiefs, tapes, &c. which he will difpote of
by the bal. or package, at a low advance for bills or hai'd money.
He has alfo for fate, by retail,'
A few of White’s patent mill faws, improved—fait, rum,
moLitLs, coatf.'cloths and linens, men’s, women’s, and boy’s
hats, men’s and women's ihoe*, faddles and faildlery, carpen
ter s tools, iron tea kettles, cotton cards, Letts of brtakfaft chi
na, and one fet 01 very neat pUtes, dilhes, tureens, &c. edged
w ill blue, ftone Louies and with manjftpther articles.
Mr. Burgwin, v^nce more, (andfor
the lail tune) Rcqudls ALL '^k'-TsONS indebted to him, or
to Cliailes jewkes Sc Co. to niaKeVU^rudiate payment to him ;
o to futtle their arrearages by neV^oligat'ons -.-Qther-
wife he will be under the difagreabie ncceflity of putting their
Bonds, Notes, and Accounts in iuit, without further notice.
He will feU ^il hi« Lands in
B'ad; n and Cumberland Ccu.nics, at private fale, and receive
Pr oduce in Pey.ment on fuch credit as may be agreed on.
Wilmington, OAbber 21, 1788.
- " ■■ *'»' '
At Public Vendue,
The 7th of November, SH
WILL BE SOLD,
At three Months Credit, with Bond
and apjiroved Security.—Sundry
Bt longing to FoxrAiNE Morin.
Who have for Sal^, genuine Holland
GiN, in Cafes, and Dutch Cordage,
jull landed frocn the Brig Terrible,
Wilmington, October 28. ^
Wilmington, Odl, 26.
G U I T TA
Enquire of the Printers.
As large as Life.
For the Entertainment of the Curious !
The following Figures of Wax-WQrlc
(juft imported from New-York)
will be exhibited at Fayette-Villeia
a fliort time.
N excellent Likenefs of his Excellency General WASlT#
ING l'ON, in his Military Drefs,-
'i hs Reverend Dr. Rogers, of New-Vork,
T he Revtrtnd Mr. Provoll, BIiTiop ^f Nct’ York,
The King ol Great-Brirain,—.
1 he Queen cf ditto,——
The Prince of Wales,
The Dutchefs of Orleans, a beautiful French Lady,—
An old Friar,— ■
A Nunn .at ConfeLTiv-in, —
A beautiful young Lady, (leeplng,—
King Herod’s Wire, -
1-Iv.rodias, holding John the Baptlft’s Head in a Charger,—
A Country ”''ung Squire, cvmrting a Lady,—
An Indian King, above fix feet high,'
Old Darby and Joa ^, enjoying thtmfdves over a balket of .
Fiult and Pot of Cyder,——
OM Molly, a pi ijh C' untry Woman,
Am Old Hermit, at Prayer, who lived in his Cave upwards
of 200 years, jf
A Negro Girl, holding a Candle,-
Thea*'Ove.men!i Mied Figu-^es of Wax-Work have been ex
hibited in New York, to the Admiration of upwards of a thou-
fand Ladies and Gen lemen, and haw univerfally been allowed
to be tliegreatel and moft pleafing Curiofity on the Continent.
The Members of the Honorable General Afiembly,—the La-c^
dies and Gentlemen of the Fown of Fayette Vilie,—and the
Public in ge'V ral a-e reLpe-Tfully imormed. That this vVax-
VVork is t!ic Produ£f on of Mrs. PL.A FT, daughter of the cele
brated Mrs. WRIGH F, late cfT.ondon.
Fhe Particula-s t f the lime, &c. of the Exhibition, willt"/
given in a Bill, in few Days. ■
Wilmington, November 5, 17SS.
Vvill (ail m TWELVE DA"YS. For
4>a(Tage, bavin;::; good accommodations, j
apply to theCapraiii on board, or A
By the SUBSCRIBER,
M aple Defks ^nd Dining
Calf Skin 'and Neat’s Leather Boot
Legs, ^ .
About 14 dozen pair Men’s coarfe
Bowen & Howard,
"Have for Sale at their Office, near
RITING Paper, by the Ream
/ or fingle Quire,
Blank Account Books,
The Chorifter’s Companion, contain
ing the necefl'ary Rules of Pfalraody,
a choice coiledion of Pfalm Tunes,
Hymns, and Anthems. AKb,
The American Singing-Book, contain-
] ing the Rules of Pfalmody, and a
large number of excellent Pfaltn-
Pafte Board, for Bonnets,
Sealing Wax, “
Blanks of ^1 Kinds
• W- * A '
^AS tlie fukicriber did,
or about the month of
Aiiguft laft, give his obligation, toge
ther with Mr. Patrick Erenan, to So
lomon Hammer, pilot, for the fum of
eighty five pounds currency, or there
abouts, payable in January next—
This is to forewarn all perlons not to
purchafe fald obligation, as the pro
perty for which faid obligation was
given proves not to be valid.
Wilmington, Nov. 4, 1788.
Tn the Brig RECOVERY,
And to be S O L D by the fublcribsr,'
at his Store, in ^fuince's Alleyy
^he following articles:
N ew-england rum,
Brown and Loaf Sugar,
Coarfe Salt, Chocolate,
Flax, Bar Iron,
Oats and Hay,
; White Pine clear Boards,
Onions, and a few articles of
Wilmington, 03. 26. 32^