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Liverpool, which he leftthe 6th of April. From a j
paper or tne 41a we narc cxuhucu iuc luuuwwg
are captured but all veflels coming from Frrncn
porta are captured and lent to Tamaica. f he Bri-
'- saragrapn ; " ". .. , - , 1 ninjiiiiui-waiiMirtfl-Tpwi wr"-iin teamen,
- Otiieial information has juft been received by J and pay no refpcct to any protecTion, if It i not
-i.rvT.i;.".,rrnr nniTiirf! aF alFairlefWen tVip UnW. 1 flavin rtnt nfrhpir nm nrrt iri-ffp la r
llldl 1 UV W. WW..- f - , - -
ed States of America and the Dey axid"Regenc.ot
. i ir.aj;n(UjMt-rv'hwdotiy fcnrilfertJleKof-
lnirwnTiTTO"venture into thofe feas which iare
"frequented by Algerine emifer$TTnd that thtsdan
. cer will continue until it fliall be duly notified by the
government of the United States of America, that
--peace ia fiiUy-eftablilhed-bet ween the two rolrntrisir
v" PETER SB U RG, Junes. " '
; We underltaud that the two perlons, Reynolds
and GobfelyJ who were charged with fobbingthe
mail at orktown, have been tried, t the Federal
" rmirr. now lhiine: in Richmond, and accruited.
lAccounta are fa id tffhavb been received in town of t
j fevetal expeditions of the Britifli army in the Weft
Indies ; that they haddrove tlieFrench from Grena
7 da, St. Lucia, and had laid cbfe fiege toGuadaloupe
',. atthe latter it is probable they will make a Hand
forjome time-and would the t rench have received a
Z reinforcement of 30,000 men,acc9unts of which have
repeatedly been publi died, "the Brhifh 1 majTOeri
Jfi-!it imhi WOTnHiS as iViv Rave
in Europe, ;',-.. -y-' - '.' : "; '
, Toe liovernor orvirgima uaving received in
tormation, to be relied on, that the Yellow Fever,
1 or fome other infectious . diforder, has spread Jts
baneful contagion fo generally over the whole of the
;WMndiaumds,-asi excite juft ground of ap-;
nrehendon. that without much caution, the dif;fe
xnay be brought inio this commonwealth; hasjfllied
- a proclamation, directing; the,. fcjjiiueudantx of
quarantine at tne leverai ports or tnis -common-,
wealth, to'ule every exertion on their pms, to pre
vent the introduction of fo fatal a calamity to ie
quire otall malters of velIel$,caMna-irinvany-ot
iflands, or from the port of New-Orleans, the re
quitite declaration f theitate of the lealth of their
relpective crews, 5tc: and it ;necellary, to direct
fuch vellels 10 perform quarantine at the Anchorage
rouiidotFCraneytflaiidr fr-the fpace-of twenty
days. . :
The foil iwins numbers were the five lafl drawn
in the Sulqoenaunah Canal Lfctteryl: each of which
were ao,ooo dallars ; No. 9194, 33,013 38,751,
40,651, and4J,7i3. . -
SAVANN AH, Maya4
-Arrived On STndaylaiT" brig Aurora, capt. Mor
ton, from Barbadoes, and 1 7 days from St. IBartho
lomewV, who was embarrroed at Barbadoes, and
felt there.ou the aoth April informs, that of t C.ooo
had g!Kie againlt Demerara, and it was reported
uj "u gaiucu puuciuuii or ll , iwu oilier uciacn-
ments'were difpatched, one againll Grenada and the
Other againlt St. Vincents, atid the remainder of
-I. - r , 1 n . .
uc neet, 120 lau, naa gone againlt m,jmkiiU
. . uj bi nvai ui iwo nnicrican veueis at oarDaaoes,
who made their efcape from Sr. Ludatifermatioa
--Was received That the fleet lud commenced a erv
fevere atuck on that place, but met with fpirited
oppplition by the French, who lunk a number cf
their 'boats, and otherwife di fabled them ; that all
was in flames when thofe e(Iels came out. :
It was reported, the day capt. Morton failed, tliat
three or four Englifh tranfports had arrived at Mar
tinique from St. Lucia, with difabled troops ; and
that" orders were received at Barbadoes for a rein-
- forcement. " -v' V"" - '. ' ''
Capt. Morton further Informs, that a 30 gun
j lp of ,he Cor!? victualling fleet arrived at Barba
, oe-8'. 6 day fail to windward fell
- la" with a French fquadron of 6 flrips of the line and
7 frigates, that captured a'part, and was fuppofed
the whole, .f jhe Cork'flect with provilions, as the
above mentioned Ship Is the only one-known to have
, elcaped; V - ' " " - : :
"ports, Ji30l ,899 dollars, 49 cents. In Which period
was Uiipped 54,440 oarreisot rice.
A law was paiTed at the laft feffiun of the General
flaves out of their owners vefTels.
' The following fums areappropriated b acts of
cdngrels for carrying into etftcr. the treaties with
Great-Britain. Snaih, the Dev of Algiers, and cer-
ror thetreaty with GreatrBritain, a fiim note
ceeding 8o,88 dollars. - . ' f
For the Spanilh treaty, t8,6 dollar.;r"
1 For the treaty with AlgieTsTT4,oc"o dollars per
annum as long as the treaty Ivjp forceT" ;:7 "1 7 ,
For the Indians i . ,. "
-To the Wyandots ;n 000 dot" llaafe to30
r shawaooes icon : Cttawas
r I rtt that tatir-ft"4-U-f' " i'l f11' tax
are to be eipreiied in dollars, diJmMnuicnuiiiU.
fldjthatrthe:vaMctsotthJuries, on all contract,
made after the firft day of May laft, are to be ex
prefled conformably to that regulation. . . v
S?l "9 ff 5? ?f5 "5 ? 5 d 9 f
loon . : L-'ttawas 1000
i i Chippewas ioco k ' Miamis t-iooo
Eel River Weea, Kkkapoo; Piankaftawj: Kalkttf-
'. Kjas fcacn 500 dollars a long as tne .
:.-' Vj'. .' treaty b aiatst. rft:;";u:
, Rufui Kmg, mipider plenipotentiary of the Unit
ed States to the coArt.'of. ifcOndont.- 1 " .,i:r.
David Humfhrcjs, minifter plenipotentiary of "the
United States to the court of Spain. . "
Mattbm Clarkfottrot Pennfylvania.-commiflioner
on the part of the Uniied States, under the article
or the Spanilh treaty relative to fpoiiations
.Okstr Wikott is elected governor of the date' of
Connecticut, v.nd Samuel Addim governor of the (late
or Aiaiiacnuleits. ; . ,
Jama Bilihoufth appointed a fenator In the con
grefs of the United States for the (late of Connect!
cut, in the room of Oiher El!fwrth,tencd1
Gen. -ATj we underftand, has declined accepting
the appo ntment of commvHioncr to fettle theeaftcrn
boundary ot the United States.
On the ith olr. Robtrt Lilon, Efq. was received
by the Prefident of the UnitedJitaies, ;at envoy '
Traorctinary "and" minilter plenipotentiary from, his
uritannic majeity to tne united btates ot America
un the 1 7th ult. ltdward T horten, Klq waspre
fented to tlie Prefident ot the United Siatts ( the
Britifli minifter, as his Britannic maj Jtya lecretary
ot legation to the United States. .Jl4U-
--On theTjth tilrrMajoir LJpii, &i Jilecanip to- Gcfli
.Wiyrie, palled througb-Allny-withdifparches'froni
the f relulent ot the United States to Lord Dorchel
ter, Governor General of Canada, ' .i
On the attll ult. the following communication
was received Irom the Pielid-M in ilie federal Houfe
TIFof lanuarylaft, all accounts .in the public offices
nf thatftffr-"'1"""!11!''1 1 ri""rrFnTTe,q 0rs,
:r-To: the OFFICERS and SOLDIERS
XTtrHO ferved4a the army of the United States nf
-J v Amerfca during ; "the war with Great- Britain, "
the Subfetiber oifers hU fervices Such as may think
proper to communicate with, or call upon him, may
be allured his beft exettioJit mall -be made
ccme ufelul to them, and hr, ...,l, rrrtvT"TTr
1ias already received many applications From this
use ut clafs of citizens, and therefore has relblved
to devote a part of his time to their benefit '
His ofJ. tea is opened at Warrenton for t hi. nurl
ppfe, where diligent irtention will be given to all
-Ui Coa,t IX TIME, AND TOtf MAT, BE 'SF it V ED
WITH GOOD EFFECT. .11
O T- I C E.
A AHEREAS a certain lSfA'l SI MS
- eloped from this neighbourhood, oh the-iU of
June at night; and tooklwhh him a nore of mine fnr
twenty-eight gallons and one quart of brandy, "given
the aSth of May, fl feal o-has a bav Mare of mifft,
near 15 hands high.'brahded on the near thigh, three
years old this fpring-r m-whicfi property he was
to have made, me a title to the land whereoft he then r
refided; which he failed to do, aod.on examination
6tg!t wfonridto bevcaedin himrrThis iyThere
fore td forewarn all pcrfons from trading for the
faid note or mare. It is not known what route (aid
Sims went. 'J.. will, be much bbl ged to any perftiii
that will give nre information ol him, which may lie
done by a line by poft.- WILLIAM AVi-lRAj fen,, i
' P. SrThe day before faid Sims went o(f, he gave
another pert'on a bond for titles to the fame land, and
received a valuable mare of him ; which he alfo car
ried loff together with his wife and four children.
He is of a light complexion, about fix feet high, and
about ib years of age. 12 2
Cumberland tmir.Xiuar jiveralburgi'uttt 6. r "
CenUemeu of te Senate and of the Houfe of
. Kfbrrh-ntariiii..-' -
" The meafures now in operation for taking pof
feflion of the potts of Detroit and Michijimitbuiac,
render it proper, 'that provision mould be made for
.1 extending to thSfe places and any others alike ciiv;
cumlUneed.he civil aujhorliy ot the Nonhweltern
territory. To dothis will require expentej- to de
fray which the ordinaryialaries of the governor and
fecretary ofhat territqry appear to be incompetent.
The forming of a new county or counties, and the ap
pointment of the various officers which-thejufl exer
cife of governmeht muft reqmre, will oblige the go
vernor and fecretary to vifit thofe places, & to fpend
confiderable time in making, the arrangements pecef
fary for introducing and eitablifhing tlie government
of the United States. Congrefs will confider what
in this c(e will be properr GrW ash i k cto s
CHARLES T O N. May 26. 1 2
Yelterday arrived thefloop Speedwell, Clarke, Go-naiyes.iaiadays.-Capl.
C. brings accounts of the
arrival of 180 fail of Brkifh tranfports, with troops,
! ' VP-Nchola-Mole, from windward T that the
.nghfh now confider HifnanUla in a ftr f Wnrk.
- ."", lf every American veflel bound to the
rrench" ports; and that they torn VwaysAmerlcan!
'""s nat "ive from the French i(la,nds.'
Wlajr 27. Capt. Clarke was informed that the,
rooE "TUved aiiapf NkholaT-Molrwere direct
irom Europe ; their number was faid to be 1 5,0Qp s
- lh Prt waL thaf ,h7 intendccUujpwceed-againtt
ll j ' W, rc ,hev underltood, great diflenfions,
exmed. Admiral. Parker was at Jamaica the
11m veueis cruifingon the north fide of Hifpaniola.
. t accounts had been received at Gbnaives, when
tvl n Jailcd of 'he arrival of a French fleerat
1 1 1 r nit a ...
II T , X n veiiela dittera from what we ir
I ' vl vn? .r,daJr' he-iay8 that the captains of th
II .1. r.ini? t0 French port, endorfe on her relfter
.1 : rwt "-i -"uv '
I"? ? port flie mtended to go to was blockaded,
- -m.i nernt they are fount
found returning they
By a gentleman who left LoimVille a day or two
paft (fays an Augutta paper of May6th) we art
told, that his Excellency the Governor received an
exprels from the Indians on the 18th, informing that
they were favourablyMifpofed towards the treatyjiL
-beat-to- be lieidTaTrdTttat tliey woufdgenerally at-tend--thai;
about the. firft or fecond ot June, 4000
chiefs and warriors would be at Colerain; by whom
all, or m oft of the towns would be reprefented.
Juft before the arrival of the exprefs General Pick
ens, one of the federal commidionersj left Louif
vlle on his way to Colerain to attend the treaty.
A gentleman who came paflenger in the Andro
mache,., lately arrived at Charleftbir, informs, that
feveral of the American claims for depredatioi.s
committed in the Welt-Indies, had been determined
onby the lords of appeals in London in eyery in.
ftance the decifion was ia favour of the-American
'0Wner..'.;. :.i--r j'--'--f yv- J-ir-' -:
A London paper dates the amount of neutral pro
perty captured by the Brififh in 1795 at 104,760
quarters of wheat 38,212 barrels of fiour-r-9,Tio
quarters, of rye 8,573 quarters of Indian corn
5,866 quarters of meal -befides- fmallpr articles. -Government
imported in that year, 82.481 quarters"
of wheat-i,oco do. ryr- a,j6 barrels of flour.-'
The bajik of England has given an account to
TX7HER.EAS the taxes due on certain nieces of
VV land in - Montgomery county, entered in the ;
name of-John Parterfield, and given in by John G7
Blount, and David-Allilbn, EforsmoujUAnfi-to--e---
f1iUtrdid"aSinuty tTiree tuoufand two hundred acres
Wmcn Jaxer amoufltmg -to he'hundfTc! fifty-fix
pounds. 8s. for 1 795, have not been paid agreeable
to law -Thefe are therefore to notify thole con.
cerned, that uulefs the faid tax is paid, fo hiiich inf ' '
faid land will be difpofed cf at public fale as will f:t
tisfy the tax aforefaid, &c.onTuefday-a.hefth
day of July next at the Court-oufe in the town ot
IjendeTion The! fale will be continued from day to
d'ayuntil a fufficient fum is raifed for the purpofe a- .
forefaid. . . JOHN DAVIDSON, Sheriff; 1
Mai l. , .- : it 3 "
Ou Saturday the 24th June next, will be fold at pub
lic fale, to the higheft bidder, at Moore Court
V houfe -
BOUT or upwards of 350,00 Acres of LAND,
the property of fohn G. Blount or David E11U ;
Ton, to fatisfy the Taxdue thereon, for the year
795 Andiikewife will beriblcT aflttoore Court- "T
hpufe, atnubl'tCffale, on Tqefday the 16th Anguft
next, therfolfowihg Tracts of Land, viz. 220 Acres
on Wet Creek, in faid county, (uppofed to he the -property
of one l'ooperieo Acres dojoining the,
MontgomefvcoUnty in, nn Wff-CrMMVl. '"p'"','T
to be the property of one Wilkins 209 Acres on
Horfe Creek, (uppofed to be the property of George
Lucas 100 Acres on Wet Creek by the nnrne, of
VaddIis old Fields ,J in like manner to fatisfy the '
Tax due, thereon, for tlie year 1795.
MALCOLM JVl'NEIL, SherifF
May Zth, 1795.' s - ' .-V-r: ; :-
FRESH T E A:S. ' :
' . . . . ' '
HYSONf and Soufhong Teas offtt..
quairy,hl received and for fale by - J
r ROBERT DONALDSON & Goer
arke s infnrmarinn rf ptingMMp-1"' ;r roinmnn!rtifherfums"they are in ad.
r- I vance - tor ..government. - i ney- amount pniy- to
Colleapr's'OfficV, CharleftonDiflrict,' April 1.
Value of exports from the port' of Charlefton,
from the ill of Jan, -to i(l of April, 1 796,10 foreign;
Who take this opportunity of informinttthenub-
licrthat they hajte temoved from the (lore lately oc-cnpied-y
them, to the two (lory brick houfe on the
(freet leading from the State-hcufe to I lay-Mount. 8
rayetteville, May 9; ,
RAN-AWA Yfiom John Black rminjapn the r ft ipfl.
when on his' wavtoejMllertiouiitrTrabnnt-
20 miles from IliUfboroopb, a Negro man flave, the 1
' c a. r)l . . i I t . . .
XL: 1 T'J "i 1'iavitman, nnmrtTimrnn, aoour at .
years' ofage, well fet, very black, country bprn. ard
pretty fenfible. Any perfon that will apprehend
and deliver him to the fiibfirther, near the Six-Runs,
in Samplon county, fhallbe geBerouflv rewarded.
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