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B OST;6 N,--Decetr.ber 23.
(twtMH 34e i and"1 Mf-from J his trhy itji minute,-
vou fo much the more, as a fineular difcbverv has
FvirjH-ni Mhtttr'KaututMje'ctMbLf 1 6.. which is nine miles and a hall, and at the ruteot a. natelv b en nude lefreciinc the place of his orioin
v ........ v . i ,. .... I . . . e .
Theic Will ntorm Vou. that la(t night the flu ft AI- mile ctery me minutes ana a iiai:. ,v:r. nic.Kett,. tie Happens to pe a countryman: ot yours, and
iiance, capt.Peafe, arrived herefrom Woolwich Bayf Mqme momhure, vvuii as great a d-iitance m near I eeu oiie fl journnratftr Jnltead ef being a Corfi-;
tail (rourSt. lleleiVa, whlcn he lei September 28, in I as (hort a .time, oy tome was thought .incr TCyH,"'as hrXrej Ofted, Buonaparte js an aflumed
UlUit l(J I Hi. 13 J dllU IUIII Hl.lJt UC ullliCI
the taf.c as .In on batulday," in company With the
New York public. li ge.from New-York to PhiU-
deJfiluah-.paUaigcii n whicu tdUhv to the truth
compa ny w i t h tiv oth?r wh?rie ihip's, for this port
(.apt. Peak imorn.s that a lJdtcii fleet ot t wo 74'
two.frigates, and a fluop of war, were at Saldanr.a
bay, and that the Eneliili fleet laying at the Captoi
Good Hope, got information, and immediately pro
ceeded againit them, ancl captured the whole Ujuadi
ron wiihourdtfficully. Capt. 1. alfo informsjhat
Mr. Leach annerchantjof St.JHeJenatoJdJnrna..
ipTJmgTng to 13oFon fhlr name and the cap
td u'a he had forgotten, but Certainly neither Si-,
gourncy nor Doble ) from India, with a freight for
Kqropj, had been cad away to the northward and
eaftward of the Cape of Good Hope, veflel and car
go loll; the people were roughly Heated by the na
tives, but no lives loft; the crew had taken paliact
in the fleet for Europe. Capt. P. on his paflage,lat. 1
22, long, cx, Ipoke brig Army-i-rom aurrinani 101
iioilon, had loft her foretopoiAil. ,Alfo-t -fpoke brig
Ann Coffin,- from iiirpaniola tor Phil adelphia. ,
A L E M, December 26.
A gentleman of this town lias received a letter
A -uy-oeings-at bt. troix-amt;-aTr jved at this port a
uiori time ago. - ji is aiioi.ua, mat two ot treie un
happy negroes, who had not heen fold, were ioun..
on board, and 200 pair of iron ferters alio !
is mentioned the arrival at Halifax ot ApacketJroiu.
iingiand -which brings an account 01 me airrer-
-lsthere-TirfAVf!y To1top i The iriipertiner.te and
infolence of French hiinifter's.' -
profpect okthe negociation with France beingja-, with Indignation, and lament that tl'ereissrrencli-
- voarantstermihated. f he letter Is dated the 2 id
ult. The pafTage of the. picketisjioLJiieniioned
.'The above letter mentions, that a divifton ol
Richery's fleet deftroyed property on the Labradpre
fh'orc to the amount of 25,000 1. fterlingvbelonging
to one houfe,.and burnt a 26' gun lliip, loaded entire
, ly ' .it'll h(h. " The deftructibn on the whole coalt Wy
the French fleet under Admiral Richery has been ve
ry jjreat, and mull be tevertiy felt by the lower clai
: - of citizens the property deftroy ed copfilt iog'ot-filb,
pjoviltons and articles of the firll neceliiiy. ' r
; NE W-YORK, December 29.
- Capt. Black, on the 27th. or October, being about
3Ple3 ufs from Brelt, felt in with a fleet ot Britiih
men of war 18 in nimbfr, who fee hi ed unwilling
to fpeak him andnexr day, lat. 46, was boarded
by., the .French frigate Feiicity, one. 6f Admiral
KicTieryVfq-jadi on of three 7 gunfiitps otie ?o, and
and three frigates, bound from Newfoundland to
France, Captain black infotmed them-. -.that e Jiaii
juftleft the Brit-jflfjfr ; riu:cli-lf fmfl-m-
.' we conclude that he did not junip inio t' c, lio.a
mouth, but altered his courlf 10 a oid them. . .
- Dec. 30. "A gentl em a nwTT(Tame pa?tengr in the
. I turner, Montague, frodi Bii.lol and Hrelt, l)ci)bai.
2ft, fays about 15 fail of the line hy in brtlt waiers,
nearly ready for fea; that feveral Veliels were iepair-.
:Tftandhatiihre-'ive,ie jibuui : i6raTred"inEfle1.s7
r belides a number of privateers which were tittinti.
- fto by the PVench privateer fllip Buonaparte t.f 16
. guns, captain Raymond, w ho treated them politely,
except potting on board tljeih id prifuners againft
the will of captain1 7MHaHntliepTfb1Ters"on'
board,caplain M. (leered for Brcft, where he debark
ed themand repTefented the faffs to the admiral
. . who highly difapprdved of the conduct of captl R!
who had ho orders to diltrefs the Americans. The
Buonaparte had been out three days, and had taken
three prizes, one of which was the Duke of C lar
ence, W eft-Ini ia man, valued at 2 5,ocol. ftcrlin vy
the other two were deltcpye-1. ' . .
Jamaica accounts were received by the barque
of this ptrlot-mancc.
. - ' . . 1
WCTnaturrPenrd TrieDom.p,m con.eence
j r 1 r it- js iv . I 01 our loriner acnoaiiiiaiitc 111 luicnca.
it faid, have pafled an act appropriating .... ,J . .
Wdollars for the relief of the fiifrerer; by ux oa,c fraternity, , . C . .
PHILADELPHIA December 2r
nre at aavannan; .
A veflel haS been recently feized Upon, we art in
formed, in our river, uponan information laid,
that fhe had contrary to law. been employed in fciz -ing
and felling as flaves natives of the coall of Afri
ca. The veflel is faid to belong to New-York, rhadt
a voyage to Africa, and lold a cargo of theje onliap
tinman in a cct.'UtiLtmjJew-ihard.:
man to be feen in the United State,."
Extrafi of -irhtttrfnw a ' gintlevian hr.4nniplTis to
his frieHd in thit city, dated Dec. 27.
' Laft everting commodore Barney, and a French
gerieral fromT St. Domingo, arrived in this city,--fh(?
commodore's fleet is at Norfolk, The Gttii ral
is on his way to New-York, to goto France in a
corvette, to 'fail from that place as fo'on as it (hall be
officially declared who is the Preiideijt of the Unit
ed Slates." - Barney (ays,, fhould Adams be tlefftd
i'refident we " fhatl certainly beengaged in i a war
with France in lefs than three months : ard he knows
riot how we coiildhave Avoided that misfortune, b 1
by electing Mr. TefFeffon our Prefidenr, wlio fiends
much higher.with the French nation tlian any other
manjn-our country. He fays he has pofitive in
(tniftions to take all American veflels going to or
coming from Brit jm portsbjie4l4
. ' . . , f L r'f r l ' r " . I KL... tl -Ln.i j.
goes are not to be dllpofed of -till further orders
BALTlMOR E,JDeceroberj2 8.
YelferTay arrrivtd in town, we are happy to f,y
in pertert health, commodore BARNEY, who let.
Mpe rr:rncojS. on the ad inft. rn the Medula, c
companied by another frieate both of which he
hit at "Norfolk, and took palfaee with Captain Gould
up to Annaiiolis. We learn lroto him that the irou
il' es 'th1 lome time fince broke ou t'at t he Ca per
f.n l in the loiithern dfparfment of the ifland, hac
lubfided, and that order is sffain eftabJifhed This..
remainder Of the political news from the Cape, is
ratner or a oiugreeaoie nature ; namely, that in
confequerice of the reprifal orders (if fo they may
ten privateers were fitting out there, to take every
American bound to or from an enemy's port or hav
ingJlrltilh property- board s and rharihe "Arne"
rican veflels carried into the Cape, have feals put on
their hatches, and are not futiered to depart until
decreeo of acquittal or condemnation are received
from France t during which time their cargoes are
polled, and their bottoms knawed by. the. worms
Six or eight Britifh Alios oF war
Were ' cruflintr ofF Can Pranrnit uhpn t-r.rr.triJ
tfie Indian Oueen, Euglifli Eaft-Indiaman, had been
carried into Cayenne. That1the'Cert.Volant--a
French brig, had been fent into Port Royal, having
difpatches from Rigaud to the Executive Directory
QllbQardl-That-accouo'tshad been received of their
bci ng 1 2 flii pso i " the 1 tne at-HavannahT" a llolhatv
AdmiralPyingl ey-wi t hout firing a gun, ' h ad taken
the Dutch fleet, bound to the PJaft Indies, and Car
ried them into the Cape of Good Hope, confiding
Of 2 fail of tllf linp iini- cn: 9f riiTJt nnA' ltinn
f war! Thar a Spajiifveflelljaid Jolliave-aooo
dollars o;nT6arJ,haJFeen carried into Morarit baV.
:That Geh. Aber'crombie was dail'v mneftrA m Sr
-Uommgo, wuJi 4opo m,n-. That the fhio Ilooe.
iiuna.; i iiat a prig lull loll of water and deferred
wis feen at the northward of Ca; manes lth " The
Sally ; of New- Y drk w rit ren on heriffcrn: That
orders-had been received from Sr. tames fr tV
' taking and detention of nil Fpanifli vtHcls. - That.
ill Bririh veffeis in Spahih ports had beehiiherat
ed I That Coimt'de Bruges h-d penetrated the re-'
iWican'.ferrifoy twHhid n mile of Cape Fran
- cpwf That S SpAmlbprizes had been Told at Mar
tinique, and i he rponey lodged in tlie Cuftonv houle.
". - ."at the furpiril
citizens fi a ve-o t en Jbertna ftbnl 'heT
ingrqueftrian abilities oC the celebrated
STcItjL JVe think the foihowina account of his
pedrft ri prfoiiiance,-e'qu
ran, on toot, irom rnnceton to hhabakunk hrid
vigilance, he arrived at Cape Henry on the loth in
!a!ey. -" ' '
A T XT V A XT TV T T a -n. ' '. -.
YsWfit dated-Dec. a
An affair has taken place here that has caufed
Much 0nfu$on3toojo. lhetobaeco holdef
men, who were. fulpeaed of having ftolen tobacco
his family name is ShaUr. from Middletown
n Connt-clicut. You will no doubt,, be able to judo-e
of tre truth direclly i and not fail to afcertain the
i act .""th cae the people of - Americatrisy have - any
Joubts about it. - 1 expect they will rejoice at an e
vent which has afforded pleafore add procures jne
:i.c anvaurage oi receiving rrom nim at inis very
" FAYETTE YILLE, Jan. i4i
-The Houfe of Reprelentarives of the UnitedStates
have it in contemplation to ;;granr as lurii ofmority'
rbr the relief of the unfortunate fufFcrers by hie in
the town of Savannah.
The mercufyTnT Farefiheir'sthermfirrfet?r. on
vionaay morning iau, jn tnis town, itood ht q a
ove o. '- - : ' " .. '
Tnander in chief ol the American ftrmv.
Vice-Preiident - in- Kentucky and Tennc fl'. e, ha v e
een for Jeflerfpn and Burr. ft a spears, that" the
votes in Nevf HamphSre were for Adanis'aird Ellf
wort h, and, not for Ada msand f'inck ifey':, a "lias be
fore been flared.- Thenurnbers t herefore bet ween
JetFerfbn, Adams and Pinkney , (land as follows :
Georgia, South -Carolina,
Vi rgmi a ,: ----Maryland,
Nfw- York, r
- ;4 ;
Fayetteville . Prices Current.
ceo, per ewt.
Flour, per bt-rrel,
Corn, per bufhei,
-fallow, do. "
Bee wax, do
5 6oFem'p,'fi-fw.;- 6
8 i j Jam.-iica Rum,.4th " .
6o; proof, pi-rea.i; t " 0
-7 : w - iva ra cro. cl p. I I O
Deer flcins; do.
Cot fo n, in feed none.
r.ortiiwi'.ri co. i
Cot m t ry b r ai.i!y -'"t
Brown Sugar, r ib.
I. oaf do. do.
A FRESH ASSOKTMENT OF
GARDEN SEE D S
CAME to my houlc, about the latter end of I; ft
$ November, negro Dick, the property of Geor- e
Skinnei, Fiying near CharleftonLThe ownei-gii"
paying marges, may taKc luni away.
III. T I ' i . - J
every Varehoof. in townrand,.beK
. arc lent iu iau m,ironstana will be trxM
fit ill tlPvf rr.iifl- kut- rUAV-iUlA ti. -V x n
" l VWUI 4 9 UUl 11 KJ u uit JL Will CUii S H
Conceivable. V - , ' " v
JPTERSB U R G, Jan. 10.
Lall Wednesday night, an attempt was made by
Tome daring villains to get into the Trealiiry Of;
8cc'of This" Ttat'e. I'nemade'tTieTf way good thro?
the outer door, bv cutting two holes fifar the upper
jjmv i! juvriai mwoiii tu auuill UIIC Ol i.flCir
hands by which mens they' got out the t wo larrte
.. uer getting into me pauage, tney drove a tolm - M'Lerran, fohn M'Alieller. Andrew MuV
,arge weoge oetween tne to ding outward door of 1 phey, Duncan M-'Catlom;-Kornian M'Leod.-Fred
the f realury, coniideraWy above the lock, and fore- Miller. - William Norris. Georee Opit. Efo o
ed. if wide enoueR to cet a crow bar in. ' Beino a
'armed, (as they conjectured) they defifled, atid left
lire implements flandingln the doors as above de
f " " i . 1 .it1-." . - i -i "
-rtrnved tn i nexrmoming,T
A fa Bebee.
Carrol, Charles Carrawav. Charles- f.9n.ln .
Sanuie! Campbell,-Bedreadtlon Carraway, l.ocliliii
Currie, Findlay Campbell.. John DickfoniGeore.
Dtiffe. JohfrGraham, Neil "Galbrath, Tames Gee
Smiuel Houfe. John Johnlfon, W illiam Jficklop.
Sames ALabahr -lame8-l,ittleDortald MFatlcrr
Murdoch M'Innilh, Robinfon. Momford, Dugafd
C3 . . .'. :.J , - ... ' II, TV 1 1-
g:is MDonad, Murdoch M'Uea, J hn M'Dowell
Uuncah M'lhnes.- Keil M'Leod. Tolm MIf, k,Li
r . t,
Extied of a:; letter' frorn a gentleman of refpeC! ability
in Vans, to his' friend in JVew-Yirt, dated ytk Ther
fitdor, 4tb jea'r. ...
I he likenef
come out, 1 fef.d you two conies f; one tor yourfelf,
the other for myJjiejdJEijrUurt
Georee X)fv. ETn
r iuy, nacuei ruraon, jonq rJiares feri
John Robert srljEevv John Robinlori,: fohn Reaan
jamea Robci tfon, -MarkRiineirnc
iuua.u . oie-arr, , janies proul, Jacob Smylie
Robert TohnlloiKSteele. Saimrel T! vlor .
Tbomfon. William "TrapalL J.'eury UrauWt'
CaprJohriAVallv . Cornelius Winiat era"; T
wright, Jobn Willon. .. J t-- .M. . .
, . ; i 3 , JUiiM SIBLEY, Pod Mallet