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-V ' ; "treaty;
of Treaty of Pence lately eotcluded be
7 ' JJ. tween:Portugaland Algiers.
- In ih6 name of God, graeious and mereifirl
- Treaty of peace and friendship between the
high and .mighty "prince, the prince" regent of
I'ortoa!, and or tneAigarvow.nanejrui
hnnnahlVahci noltla Sid flaire A1t. Bashaw cf
Aisiefs, asreed npolTlweenTfie said BasEaw,f
.51. if -rZr ' J. J.l.;-1- TLI., (ll.t.. I
' WJin nis lit van ana me coiei men m jus cji.im.-c,
ahd Jose Joaquim da Rota Coelho, eaptsijn
" 'the Royal Navy; and Fr.. Jose de Souta AnTo
mo Moiira, interpreter oi Araoicit, ana ueiung
ing to the office of secretary of sUte or the af
fairs of Marine, dnly authorised to conclude the
said treaty, in which his Britannic Majesty in
terposed as mediator, and for that purpose Mr.
"William xVCourt, envoy extraordinary from
' the court of London, presented himself with the
Art. J. : i uere shall we a hrm, stable, and
perpetual peace, between the two high contract"
Urg parties, and their respective subjects, and
all vessels, whether of war orcommerce, may
freely navigate, and with full security) accord
Jitrj tetheir snvemeuee, earryrog with them
13r thafrpurpose the necessary passports. . :
H.' All ships and subjects f Portugal nay
enter depart, remain, trade, and provide theni-
Oives wun every -ec.i y iu uiu uuiuiuiuiia ui
jllgiers without being plated in any einbar
fiCtfitteot. or havinffauy .violence done thern
v 5 The subjects and vessels of Algiers, ohall'be
treated in the taiao manner in the ' dominions of j
.Portutfal. - -i. : ' - . . ... :
1 ilL Tho ships 6f waf belonging to the
aroVni Portugal may provide themselves with
' stores or ant thine they stand in neod of, in the
f Tjorts of Algiers, and at. the current priee, with-
IterO hoitilltlei sJiatl not be committed on ei
ther ide till the expiration Of six months after
the said declaration JJunng uiat interval the
Portuguese consul, and all the subjects, of that
kingdom;' may retire with all their property,
without, receiving tne least hindrance -and Al
gerine suhjeetsn .Portugal shall do the same.
XV. Whatever i not specified inr the above
articles shall be regulated by the Articles ,of
peace established between bis iiruannie mates
iy ana me regency or Algiers.
"XVrvAnd ihat tMr treaty- may bis-f rm and
darablothe two high contracting parties aecejit
as mediator and euarahtee of its observance,
the king of Urcat Britainin testimony of.
Which the treaty is signed by mr. A'Uonrt, en
voy extraordinary from the court of London,
jointly with the above mentioned envoys of
Portugal-and two copies of the same shall be
extracted, one lor tne sovereign oi rortugal,and
the other to remain in the possession of the re
sident consul ol Algiers.
Done at Alirier, this 14th of inly, 1813, eff!'-
respendingto the 15th of Jomadi Tani, ia the
year 126 of the Hogira. - "
(Signed) Jost Joauim n rosa Coelho,
Fji. Jose de St. Antonio Morn a.
fHere follows the ratification of the above
treaty by- the Lord irovernor of Fortugal.J
Iet ta'Amerka; ai Consul Genera!, Khdsid-,
eu U.I ew.XQrK, wnusi '.y-uviw
was sent to America as Xmhwsa4lIW
Rey returned to Europe, and was aooted to
a command in the army io Spain. In 4?09 he
was lent with the forces which acted agajn"
Austria : and Jias been since then constantly
employed in Spain. ' -
The French loss fsav the Lisbon Gaxettes
ftftho irtli and 18th Aucusi) in ihe ictions
11 onr the-fJth i uljrttt the 2dor -ivogosi,-
Reeded 20Ji(() men- '. . , t v
" The fol owine is the officaal return Dltue
!!. ' iL- .IIUJ iM
Kiiiea. wonnueu ana missine oi ic amcu . r
in the several actions from the 23tU of Jflly to
2d August :. ' ' "
' Killed, Wounded, missing.
British. fi40 -3310 500
.Portuguese; 322 4817 V 201
Spaniards, ; 38 l-ier.-iii
- Total loss of the Allied army in the differ
eht actions 7100. t.
Ainong the officers funded, were Generals
Stewart Crawford, Gordon, Adjutant Gener
al Waters, and Major-Gen; Peck."
LOTTERY, -. v , 'V
ILL commence drawing on Friday eeL
6ct.' lu, t4 finli'drawln g in Dec:r. Thoie k
With to IumAt ht fate of tbir tickets in a ihort Time after puc
chasing, cannot purchase in a better bitery. Ticken 8 kii
and $0 cWi" Halves, 4 5 j Quarter, 2 12 5 Eighths, 1 j.
Orders Tiorn th countty, incloWig the cah, will be punctually
-trr7- waiter ' -.
rornetpf St. Paiffi-lane and Market-strpef, , Baltimore'
XoiiS, Cheanut-Mreet, PHttApaLrHi A-4.and 38 Mr.a
vden!ane; Nw. YomsiJ ani No. 28, State-Street, Al AN .J
t-Alhf ickets exatnined gratis, and. cah given for ij
York pries told at WaitVsV
September 201 : . " '3,7tp.
THE Partnership heretefore existing ande
the firtn of, Lucas & .H Boylaa, has this day been
disaolved by mutual canteut AU tfusi, therefore, h4viDeiie;
manda against the concern, are requested fo present them r
immediate settlement and dischaige, t Ahxmdn Lucot, w
; - 'a . 11 Lf 1 j .
11 luiiy auinonipn ana empowered ro tint eHect. Tuhim
tint baing obliged to pay any
; , fV that yritilega. -
IV." No Alserine corsair shall cruise within
the distance of six miles from the coast of Por
tugal, aod ita isles, or remain in its waters for
the purpose of giving chase to, or visiting Por-
cugeese snips, or tnose or any otner nation, tne
tnemy -of Algiers, visiting the said ports for
commercial purposQS. Portugnefie ships of war
a tne Algenno coast siiau follow tne same re
illation. '- " ' "r
r"T, Wheli any Portogdf setnerchant vessel is
raei oy an nigeruic corsair, una viie latter ae
joands to visit her, he may do so but not more
thantwo persons arc to go on board the said ves
'$1, to Examine her papers and passports. '
VI. Foreigners of any nation, and merchan-
. dize of foreign ownership found on board any
.Portuguese vessel,, even though belonging to a
nation hostile to jhe regency or Algiers, shall
, hot beseized uiider any pretext whatever. The
same rule shall be observed by the Portuguese,
iu regard to property fonnd by them 60 board
any' Argerine vesseL. : " . ;
ViyT-a' " Hke manhef the subjects and goods belougt
I " log to.eithiir of the eontraeti'ng .parties, found
n board theresscl of an enemy of either of the
Jgaid parties, shall be respected and set at libcr
v tybV both. But theyaro not to commence
their voyage without a proper passport and if
mat suouia nappen 10 oanysiaia, suen persons
should ht on that account be accounted slaves
---buf on i the contrary unon its bcinsr' certified
fhat they '.irt subjects oLtMconkac ting parties
they shall be immediately set at liberty.
. IIv';?8h6uld any Portuguese vessel, chased
; Fy an enemy, take refuge in any port of the do
minions of Algiers, or ander its fortifications,
the inhabitantshall defend the said vessel, aud
f ; shall not assent to its receiving; any damage.
4 Jn like, manner should any Portuguese vessel
lall in with an enemy's ship in a port of Algiers,
and wish to depart on her destination, her ene
Ijtiy shall uot be permitted to sail from the port
tiU a ! haurs after her departure., The same
( shall t idke place with regard to Algerine vessel
": 4itt the harbors of Portugal. Vf
. i ; VIU.. ': Should any Portuguese vessel : bo
ship-wreeked or stranded on tht Algerine eoast,
. " tlie governor & inhabitants of the district shall
- " treat the srew with ' humanity doing them no
' itarm, oor pcroiiiiMig mens 10 e rouoeu--OD mc
contrary they shall afford them tll possible as-
SAstanccrin sating the said ship and cargo the
crew not being bound to pay any thing to sush
salvors but their salary er day's wages. The
ame shall hold with regard to any Algerine
Vessel wrecked en the Portuguese eoast.
IW The subjects of Portugal may trade in
the Algefine ports in the same manner, paying
the same duties, and enjoying the same privile
ges as those stipulated for Knglish. Algerine
subjects shall pay in Portugal the same duties
those paid by (he hglislu
. X. The Portuguese consul, established in
(h deminAn of Algiers, shall be accounted
acid treated like the British ooitsul and he as
well as his servants, & all others who may wish
to practice it, shall enjoy "the free exercise. 6f
CULTURE OF THE SUGAR CANE.
Extract of a letter from a gentleman at,&apelot
in Georgia, to his friend in -Beevfort, 8. C.
respecting the growth of the Sugar Cane.
You arO desirous of knowing something of
the orberess made with the bugar Lane On
Sapelo, Mr. Spalding has about 22 acres ; Mr.
Geary about 8 acres ; Mr. Carnochan, near
Darien, 12 or 1 acres all in a, most promis
ing way, and said, by Mr Carnochan, who
has been a sugar-planter in Jamaica for a num
ber of years, and now manages for his brother,
to be equal to any in the W est Indies, and not
a doubt remains on his mind, of its success.
Mr." Spalding is in forwardness with his works,
and a fair experiment will be made the coming !
Season by.him. r ive hundred dollars per acre
has been refused by Mr. Geary for his cane for
plants, to take the chance" of it as it, stands.
Mr, G. intends preparing his cane for syrup
onlyy-andif it is correct that he has engaged
all that Tie can make in this way at one dol lar
per gallon, Mr. Carnochan says the proceeds
will be equal to 2000 dollars per acre. I know
this will amaze you, as it would any one unac
qoainted wjith the production. Mr. Carnochan
says, that Cane of the same description in Ja
maica would give exceeding two tons of sugar
per acre ; aifoW that the jnicrs mav not be so
rii and matured as in the W'est-lnditrs, and
dcducl One, half -will not that answer ? Ma-
lor.Wood and ur. Urant have some cane on
lands of a similar quality to yours that is very
fine. These I have not seen. Mr. Larnoch&n
tells me, that last year Dr. Grant's was superi
or to any ebad seen. Canes, to the extent
of a few acres, may be now engaged at 6 1-4
cents per cane. At this rate Mr. Geary's cane,
by actnal calculation, will give him dol
lars per acre. His cane will average 13 per
fect canes to the hill ; many of the hills exceed
On Saturday last, the Hon. Judge Story pro lik!5e ,h6le 'n.dd ' M ettaMiaLmeni ara soiiciied t,
nounced (before th1 Circuit Court now in ses-l maWeaAy payment. '
sion in Exeter, NAl.) sentence in the case of' ' The Wness Will, infutire, fce conducted by a.Luc.
the ship St. Lawrence; SCllt -into Portsmouth j j who purposes making every exertibn to deserve the liberal Mt
(With a Urilish license; by the privateer A- romge wmcn,iias hitherto been generously extended towards tht
mewca, of Salem : condemning vessel and car-1 mbscnBen. A."LUCAS.and
goto the-eaptors, tor a nreacn 01 tne u. . A. H. BOYLAKi
non importation law. ISoston pap. Qtli inst. Mine-va Office Raieigb, Oct; 18, 1813.
Ordination- On the 2flth ult. was ordained in
the City of Annapolis, by the Right ltev. - Bi
shop 3Claget, to the order of Priesthood, the
litx. Frederick IF. Hatch, of Edenton. An elo
A . t ' -. ' ! , J - 1" 1
queni ana impressive aiscourse was aeiiverea
by theRev. Dr. Ki'mp, of Baltimore, from Ma
tnew, xix. 27. and 28 and the presentation
made by the Rev. Dr. Kemp, and the Ret. Wm.
Nind, of Annapolis. .
J01T.N E. Hall, Esq. has been elected pro
fessor of Rhetoric and Belles Jjettres, in the
University of Maryland. WTe understand that
he proposes to deliver a course of lecturcjvon
the subjects connected with his appointment,
during the winter. . ';
The General Assembly of Rhode-Island met
at South Kingtown, on the 23th ult.
Daniel Bloodgood, of Flushing L. I. has
raised in his garden . this year, a pumpkin
weighing 160 pounds.
Cammunitation.-An extraordinary vegeta
ble production may be seen at the seed store
of G. C. Thorburn and S. Grundy, viz. a Pump
kin weighing 226 pounds and measuring 7 feet
5 iifcJies in circumference. It is one of S
pumpkins produced from 2 seeds, whose
weights added together amount to 1017 pounds.
It was raised on theplaco of D. Gelston, Esq.
in the neighbourhood of this city. t". T. pap.
The late decision of the U. S. Court at New
Orleans, in favor of Mr. Livingston, causes
greaFagitation in that city. The Common
Council have held many sittings on the subject.
They resolved that "they placed under their
own saieguara, aiia unaer mat 01 me citizens
and of Gov. Claiborne the Batture which Mr.
L. had w covered." The Governor and Mayor
approbated this resolve. The Council instruct
ed the lure Marshal to appeal to the. supreme
Court, and offered to be bound for the costs.
The Marshal refused. They then sent theXity
Attorney to theTT. 8. Clerk to obtain a Writ of
error, and to delav putting Mr. L. in possession
but he declined complyiuir with the request, and
said when the Juuze had signed the writ 01 pos
session he should, deliver it. Gov. Claiborne
has promised to require, in his capacity, a Lou
isiana State Court to grant an injunction to pre
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Xuxils's Letters, 2 vols. WoodfalPs edition.
(if Burke's Works, 5th volume
J arke's fiavels ia Egypt, &e.-Cniise on Real Tropcrty
Duane's Hand Book Ditto Military Dictionary
Horace in London
Miss Moore's Christian Morals
Bonnett's Views of Religion ' "'"'' "
Poems bv a La-'y, late Saurin's Sermons
Bridal of Triermain ; Lce'a Mernnirs-of the Wif
Coper's Equity Pleader; Morse's General A'.lil
Seattle's EvidericeiJ ol CnrtJtianity '
Entick' Latin Dictionary, pricu 3 dollart
Walker's English Dictionary, abridged
Bird's Midwifery ; Blank Music Books
Hints to Don-comrnisiioncd Officers
Academy for gwvfn horsemen
Company Exercises ; The Post Captain
Ociober 8 -' . H.tf
T the.Iasi court' of nleas ami
ions hi'ld lor the county of Franklin, Admiairaiion
granted tothe fubscriber on the estaseol ROBERT HIGH, de-.
ceased, late ol taid cuniy. All penons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment Thow who
have claim, ill prejent.ihem, legally authenticated, withia
the time prejeribed by law, otlenrise hi notict will be plud
in bar of their recovery. " . , J. lNIGHT, adrn'r
Granville, Oct. 14, 1813. ; 16,6t.
TJ"AS just received from Richmond and Pe-
JB-JL tersfcurg a fresh supply of GOODS, which he will sel
at a ve low advance foi Cash only. Amohg them is a large
Shoes, Cotton Cards,
Fine and coarse Clo:W, Paper and Ink Powder
Flannels, ' Wire,
Calicoes, - Ribbons, v
Cotton Shirting Gla ss and Stene Ware,
Fine Hars, Powder and Shot,
! Silk., Gll and Putty,
" Silk Hose, ' "' . Medicines,
Gloves, J logwood, :""
Silk, Shawls, and
Dimity,- . Hatter's Trimmings.
Raleigh, October S. 15,4t.
. bii rcl:siou in his own house. The same con- vent Mr. L. from taking possession of the fiat
..l : J.1:1.A-11 x 1 .! ... a L..j.
am iaj- uccimc mi contrive rsies ana aisp u 1 cs
arising among Portuguese sobjects, without the
jade f the country, or any 1 other authority,
bein j entitled to Interfere, except, where a con
truversy arises between'n Portuguese and a
Moor, in whieh case the governor of the coun
' try may decide it, in the presence of thelaid
4jonsul.:' ,"V4'" . !- ' ''
XL The said consul and his agents shall not
bound to pay anydebt coiif racted-hy Portu
guese sui)jects,nnieswhere he has bound him
self, by wi itiug under his hand and seal.
XII. When any Portuguese dies in the do
minions of Algiers, all his property shall be
delivered to the Portuguese consul, in order to
he remitted to the heirs of the deceased.
XUf. .should there happen any infraction of
th? present treaty on the part of the subjects' of
nPori.u5aJ,7oTtTloso orAlgiers, it shall 'not on
tiiat account be considered as dissolved but the
into, and proper Satislactiou given to the iuiu
red party. . " . N " . . ( ; . 'r
. . XlVrlncase of war ieingTteelared between
4 he two bigli crmtrctiirg parties (which Go4a-
Frotn the London Statesman, Jlug, 29.
Gen- Ret, who now commands at St.fiebas
tiaavyas a Monk before the Revolution. When
that broke out, he threw off his Order and en
listed as a common soldier. He soon distin.-
guished himself by his Jacobinical orations at
the clubs: and in r?onsenuence:of his violent
c on d actr ho was soon promoted to the rank of
General of Brieade. He was employed in L.
Vcndoe", under THuaaEAU, and made himself
conspicuous by Wearing the ears of the Royal
ists pinucd to his coat, andi in the loops of his
hat, as may be seen in the account given in the
Moniteur of Thurrrau's Wal In 1795, he
commanded the armv on the coast near Brest :
anil his cruelties there were of such ' desenp
ton, that eveniroGHE, ulideFlvhosecommand
he was, complained of his conduct to the then
origin of such eireums tanee .shall be. examinedtOrovernment tf France. In 1796 he was apiucceiding term of tVs coattro bs held for this county at the
pointed a commandiinrthe array of Italy :
' .1 l 1 w.i. . . n t 9
iq v, in mai 01 me ivnine, anu on Dtmaparw
return from JEtrypt, again in the army ot Italy
After tho geserai. ia 4802, Bfi $ wtta
To Printers. -
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paper and Job Printing, Press included, will be furnished if
wanted, withcryTliTiilelsTre. Letters, post paid, will
be attended to, and fair printed specimens of letter will be fbr
ard'd on application. A. LDCAS.
Minerva-Office, Oct. 29.
MRS. CASSO, at her well known andes
tabl-iahed sund, near tne Stat Hou'o?, Ra'eih, is
prepared to acconomodaie with Boarding and Lodtrmg, rfuiinj
the enming session, V mumber of the Members ol Ass mbly.
No pains will be spared t have, ar her table, emy anxle
which the Cfnmtry and the season enn afford ; and in all w
pects, she hope's to merit the attention slfe has on formet occa
sions experienced, The stables are ettensive and will be wtll
provided with grain, tic. and 31 very faithful and eTperirneed
hostler is employed. y Raleigh. Oct. 80, ?8;3 -'M. '
HAS rooms, ways and means to accommo
date a few BOARDERS, on the m t reasonable terror
the ensuing sCion oF the legislature. He hopes that applied
tton will be made to him : He can take sixteen or eighteen.
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Raleigh, Oct. 26, 1813. 17,3t.
. : : Ik
II? any of the children or legal descefoaflr"
of J A. 08 VAN SLOIEGHT, who emigrated from Hot
land to the state of New-York, and from thence came to (hit
state tome tinse in th? year iT4, (but to what part oi it is not
known) are living, by ptoperly Idemifyinjf themselves, anti
applying tothe subscriber, living in Fayetteville, they may had
of something greatly to their advantage.
Fayetteville, Oct. 27, 1813. ' 17,6t.
. State of North-Carolina,
Cowrf of Pleas and Quarter-Sessions
August Term, 1813.
Wright Tucker versus Alexander Nelson ,
Levied on a piece of land, supposed to contain one hundred anB
twenty acres, adjoining the land of Giles Nelson, Edwara
Lauglx'nghouse, Samut-1 Tuten anri Levfn Adams.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the coiir
. that tbe defendant in tle above case is riot an inhabitant of
this state, ordered, that publication be made in he Minerva lor.
three Ironies that, unless the defendant appear at the next or
succeeding term of this court, to be held for this county at lb
Court house in Greensville, on the dst Monday in November
and February next j replevy and plead, judgment will be enter
ed against him.
14,eow3Mp. Test,' ALEXANDER EVANS, clerk.
State of North-Carolina,
' Court of Pleas and Quaritr-Sessions,
r:-' August Term, 1813.
William Adams versos' Alexander Nelson.' L
- ' ' omoiHAL ATTACHMENT, '
Levied on a piece of land supposed ro contain one hundred and
twenty acres adjoining the land or Giles Nelson, Edward
Laughenghouse. Samuel Tuten and Levin Adams.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court
that tiie'defendant in she above case is not an inhabitant of
this state, ordered, that publication be made in the Minerva for
hree months that unless the defendant appear at the next or
. Notice is hereby.given,
PTTIHAT the subscriber has LOST
JL NOTES, given to him or to D. & s! Jaclsion : one of
m lor alwutthiitv-hvedollais, and the other lor thir y-uve
dollars aadeirKt cents, and. both dated1 on Or about the Itta
day of Septrmber, 1813, sipied of executed by Benjawio Joit,
erTnd John Chny. Tbia is therefore to VvbtC
and Cherry paying the said notes to any ofber person than my-
Self, or oider s and also to forwarn every other person irom
puictiasing or trading for said nojet, u I have taken the neces-.
sary steps to prevent their being paid until they Jrc returned
me. Any person, having said notes, is requested to deliver
them to the lubscriber, as thr can beoFno use;w any otto
pnson. I ' DAVJD JACKSON. .
Grcennville. (Pitt) 0ctrg3, 181 3- ' T3r-
court-house in GrecnsyilterrO H t Monday in Kovember
nd Febiuary next, replevy and plead, judgment will be entefi-
ed againsf him. .. ''Jif
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