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tlinfi-wTferhrrded C$pt7C "it d t reiicd hi p ;
lit y. .-V lieutenant of the former informed bin
t"h W-a-- fitw dayjbefore th?y cbaied theHafmbny"
French frigate, into a (malt port to I reward'- ml'
thzx. Ihtrjiad loft her maint6pma(t". ; It was fupp )L.
ed that the embargo had been taken ofF at the
' -Cape on ;that account, as it was expected tocohu-
jiuc l ii i ner return uum iiicvuciapcaHC,
Capt. Campbell 'lays a Britilh brig, commanded
by a captain Perkins, had almolV broh.e up the nelt
of DrivaTcers infeftins that latitude" having
r or ivateers tnteltins
, o 7 , a
anrl rnrtnr"l a nnmhei ! amnnir ' t!i' lat rr vuac thi
inttmous Marlhall, who had uit reconiihenced his
piracies, tie was determined, he laid, bet ore leay
"Xniericans, and all, except from Baltimore, he
would treat like villians. 1 he fchooner , capt.
ftapey, from Port-de-Paix ta Cape Francais, was
Boarded by the above capt. i'erkins, who permit
ted her to pal's, notwithltauding the property on,
board was trench, as there were fix 01 eight Ame
rican Captains on board, going to the Cape tor re
drelV. '-';- ' ' '
Arrived fchooner Carmelite, Capt. Johns,
J4 days from Aux-Cayes. Capt. J. confirms
the account of all French privateers having
rders from the Cape adminiftration, to cap
ture,; every American veffel, bound to ancl
from Aux-Cayes; it being declared in a ftate
pfinfurre&ion ; that produce was very plen
ty, and rifing from the "great number of ar
rivals from other parts of the illand, & flour
plenty at various prices.
Yeflerday arrived fchr. Harriot, Capt. At
kins, 14 days from Cape Francois. Capt.
A. likewife fays, the Patriot had been con
demhed.but through the - intercefliori of
Tou'iTant, was liberated. The Speedwell of
Alexandria, bound home, was alfo con
demned ; (he had been out 63 days, the
hands' a long time on half allowance- and'
having luftained much damage, bore away
.aP. Francois, where the adrniniftf ation
breaking through every tie of humanity, feiz
ed and, condemned her. Capt. A. does not
mention any other late captures at that place,
but fays that privateerswere out from every
quarter-oft he iflanHTcruizing with commif
fions for capturing Americans.
Military enrollments, both voluntary and
compulfory,.are going forward with, great
fpirit in Ireland, and gun boats are in readi
nefs on fome of the rivers.
r CHAR L E S T O N, February 21. .
A number of loaded fliips, deftined for fo
reign ports, have, been detained here a long
. time, and are ftill detained, for the want of
, fea-Ietters' A mercantile correfpondent, who
feels himfelf materially interefted, is fome
what aftonifhed at thecalmnefs with which
" "oflhis port fuller the odium of this neglect,
to reft upon thenifelves. It cannot certainly
- in thefe officers; but the blame will undoubt-
LuTbcn; andthit 25 millicns of .money had
benjf ailed JnJilnglandJylubfcription, to
carry on the war. .He further iufoims, that
Capt. Atkins, in the fchooner Speedwell,
lrom Penobfcofwas taken by a French pri
vateer v and 'lent into Guadeloupe f anTTtrla
another fchooner had failed from Barbadoe
ipt. Cortnedicut, named the Jenny and Hun
riah, three' days after, was boarded by the
fame privateer that took Capt. Atkins, who
was then on board. They robbed the cap
tain of all his clothes, money, watch, &cV
F AYE T T E V I LLE, March ii.
Extract of a letter, d.ited .Danville, Kentucky.
" Our Peace with the lndians is .likely to be of
in iri auration. l ne Jnd'qns and White People
have already been kill ng one another.-" The tjj.
. 1 1. . .1.1 1 VJ .
A T ahieetinc of the Commiflioners 'of Fayfttr-
jk,viiie7it lcw i-uargc ,i.Tjn tjie 4tinviart n
I . " '; :.-.-.-r... - - '--.'-'-
ORDERED, That the clerk of this bjaard make
. - - - n 1 f A
our ti-jim iiic m nuie-oooK. exiraisrs or nr 1 nn i
1 n j i .1. ir . 1
..orurrB- Utiueu hcj cloture ur ur tiirecrors-anii -coiiw
luiuiuucis in irus iuwii, ua uic uow in, lorte ahJ
have the. fame publiflied in the Norfh.Caro!ir::i
nerfa, lor the information of the iiihaiiitailts, aiic) to
ullilt;iu,v;. town .cyultabics in their duty. :
D'treBtdf That no perfon whatfdever galjoj) a
hoite, up or down any (ircecwiih the town, or ;.re
n gun within the limits thereof, on pa'n, if a free
QhSL. p)UlaJhrie-ot-4 Mten4.y.-ir4 imgii ptnd it a
lervarit ot receiving fifteen ladies on his hare back,
c:ceDf the owner or file h fcrrantfn nfFmAxw.n l)i..M
cioole to pay the fine Any perfon making infornia.
Con acrrtii l! nhv Irep nun fnr m Yrmi,U nf rl-,t -
j .- w aa I j
ih iil be intitled to, and receive half the fine, (palled
-13d January, 1785.) .
Dtndedf . That no perfon Whatfoevtr drive a wag
gon, cart or dray," up or down any ftreer ln tliis
Vale, murdered two Indians who were huntineon
m. itr'.u r 1 11 1 . . . .
me w Hocrneis roaa, ana plundered their camn.
ri.;. 1 . .'! . ..... .
iuioay we.near tne Indians nave Kuledcol. Da-
-i U . I - t . ;
-n'it-1 Boone hi"rfonTa'nd htsToivln.law, when o t
viewing. . lands-on Red-River. This latter report
wants confirmation tbaughlt comes pretty direct '
t General Rocharribeau is appointed by the
diredory of France, to the chief military and
civil, command in the ifland of St. Domingo,
- whofe former and latter ad miniftrations t forclaid, pafled nth Jan. 1790
penalty of fifty pounds the lartifc being'con!idered
as iiiiurious 10 me neaitn or tne in iwhiranrs m n
July" 6th, 1789.
Ordered. Tht no perfon, or perfons whatfoever
(ball load or unload, any boat orloats at he
ing in lower Fayetteville on the Sabbath daV, under
the pain of forfeiting and paying five pounds, to be
recovered from each of the flrppfcrs of any produce
or merchandize, and five pounds from .1 he (kipper
or matter or any Doat tnat Uiall load or unload as a-
r i' i j - ... n . --
have been fo difcraceful to humanitv. and
the rights of nations.
PURSUANT to an aft of the General Affembly
of this State, I hereby give notice that the fol
lowing lands and town lots, or fo much thereof as
maybe neceflary, will be fold at the Court-houfc
in'Brunfwick countv on the i&ti dav nf Anril nni
L tor the payment or taxes due thereon for the year
195, yiz. 040 acres ntnated on or near bhallott,
and joining lands of Stanaland, known by the name
of ..Samuel Dwight's land. 1 J40 acres more 6r lefs
on S'ia)lotr, near the mouth thereof, belonging to
Parker gjiincesetate 640 acres on Indian Creek
and the branches thereof, called Marfden's land.
640 do. ipining do. and known by the nanTe of
Marldens Jand. -ioco more oc lefs on Town creek
15a joining the above, on Town Creek before
mentioned, belonging to John Hogg. ioo acres on
orear-Snake-flnnd, (aid'torbe the property of
Tames Dupree 100 do. ioinintr or har An. th.
1 J fj "
property of rdo. 10a do. joining -br Jiearlo.-tbe
property of do too do. joining do. the property
the Bladen Linetfir property of Moies Holmes.
9000 acres mofe or lefs in or adjoiningthB Gfeen
Swamp, faid to be the property of Patrick Henry,
of Virginia. 1340 acres In Cautkin'a NecJc; late
inc property of Abraham Mot te. 540 acres inore
. do themfelves the jultice to point out the de
partment from jwhofe neglect, the grievance
ames. une wouia mppoie tnaj tne mer
y "MLWJ uuLjj uiLea oxates-were j umciently
5 amKioWi k fU-- r. r r ?
miunuoiicu unic lucdiurcs ui lorcagu gu-
I - to an evil of fuch magnitude through the ne-
fticci.-m uicutuccts vi tueir own.
. 1 1 u 1 V '" .
' ; . Silcoran, . . . . ,..tti.
: rPotipliaf, hefi ta ting between
Cfph, did not look upon his wife's having torn a
piece of . Jofieph's robe, as any weighty pr oof of t he
the wiTe s chamber, a child in a cradle.
" Jofeph faid, that flie had forcibly taken hold !
of his robe, and tore it in the child's pretence. Po
tiphar afked the child, who it feems, was a very
pregnant wit for his age. The child faid to Poti
pjiar,' See whether the robe be torn before or be
t hind, if before, it fliows that ijoleph was for lav
ing hands. on your wife, and! that (he ftood on her
defence ; if behind, it is plain vour wife run after
iiimi rnuj aid this cnud s genius ,clear up f oft.
or lefs lying on the waters of Town Creek, called
Hafell'a land1. Peter, Harrffs, one lot in the town
Anthony Toomer, one do. in do. . No. j, v
Henry-Toomer, feven do. in dcf. No. 8, 3 r ,
38, 85, 97, 100.
Johrt Brown, two do. in do. No. 10, 86. .
Eftate of CaDt. Cook, one dn 'in dnr.' " Nrt. t.
' Joseph SihteJaJoij-z-: -
, ,!--, nvciyMiour ao.-m oo. ino. 13, 24,
John Martin, half a do. in do. No. to. ,
James White, one do. in d6, No. 33. '
Armari DerofTett, one do. in do. No. 35.
-John GelTery one do. in dd. No.r. ' r
Anthony B.vToomer, one do in do. ' No. 4J.
Eftate of Charles Cropton, one do in do No. 48.
George Gibbr,- two do in do. No. 49, 54.
Harrifs and Spring, one do in do. No. 52.
Ifaac Bernard, one do. in do. No. j?.
John Stoart, one do in dp. No. 61
Edward Tones, onedo. in do. No. -Jcl
John Allan, one ido. in do. No. 77. !
John Martin, one do. in do. No. 79. .
Robert Muter, two do. in do." No. 80, Sr.
John Johnfton, t06ino. - No. 90, and 94V
William Nutt, one do. in do. No. 91.
William Campbell, two do. in do. No. 2r,&96.
Jefly Potts, two do. in do. No. 40, and 63.
J. ;R. Gautier, two do. in do. No. 44, and 78.
Mate of rWilliam Hill one do. in the Old Twn
Eoya"'1 days from Barbadoes ; thecap-
. lomw yviucnmrorms, tnat apacKet nad ar
rived there from England, and brought news
' nat aapamlh,and French ileet of , 78 fail of
fne une, had chafed fail of Englifh into
Tolm FerpiisrTwo do. in An.
(late of CaDt. Ouince one 1q. .inU
t . , - 1 - y w
it iuuav nun 1. fluff? iif,.' in tin. .. .....
" Eftate of ParktrOifmce; two dol in do.
tiitaie or mcs. ooidwin, one do in do;
Eftate of Richard Quincefen. one do. in do.
JolmWalker-one do. indo. ;
2$th Jan, 47 6 : oi Brunfwkk County.
Ordered, That no dc r ion or Derfons what Cif-w
who fell bistcher's nieat, under the Town-IIoui'c
inaiLattei the lit day of Qdt. .1790, weigh the fam
except with fcales and weiehts. under the
of ten (hillings for each and every offence one half
to. the informer, and the other half for the ufe of
the town, palTed 6th Sept. i 790.
Ordered, That each and every owner or owtiers
Of any billiard table or tables, who permit pl.ivinjr
i mc miiit uii me oauuaiu vayi oe nnea twenty'
pounds currracyfor each and every offence ; live
pounds of which will be allowed the informer, June
nth. nm J
"hit lb.perfon of perfons whatfoever, fhall leave
any oyiiers or oyfter (hells at the landing in lower
Kayetteville, but dial remove the fame immediate
ly after landing at lend the did t C rttl .
rBnck yard, under the. penalty of five pounds .for
That it is hereby declaied to be lawful ior any
perfon to kill or deftrov any fhcep. woars or
found running at lafge within the limits of this
town paffed 12th March 178 j.
av ihc onitame or conitaoies bey and they are
hereby impowered and directed, to take up and pen
large within the limits of the town ; and the owner
or owners fliall forfeit and pay to the.conftable or
cortftabfes, the funi of five (hillings for each and e
very hog fo taken tip and pened as aforefaid nnfcA
20th Feb. 1792.
, That any perfon or perfons within this town,
whofe chimney catchts fire, fp that the blaze mav be
feen Above ihe tup thereof, (hall forfeit and paV for
pafTed;20th Feb 1,792. . .
Ordered, That no perfon (hall vend, fell, difpofe,
of fend away from .his, her, or their (lore, on the
Sabbath day, ahv roods, wares or merchant-.
1.. c . ... "
other half for the ufe of the town. " " .
Ordered, That any perlon or perfons committing a
nuifance in any of the ftreets or lanes of this town
by throwing any dirt, (tones, timber, or rubbifh of
anv kind : or hv fTnnnintr nnv
f . -r- r h ? v : """' n'f ICC
COUne thereof mav he mrrrrnt .
... -j- ,-r -r..-.-,, -iui an ,ng
"j yi n ui vw taics in any- part ot the faid -town
5 or not removing the lame within twelve hours
after notice is given to them or any of them..that'
luen penon pe and are hereby liable to the penally
ujc u f lheexPcn.6C removing fuch nuifance
"-..--...-... ...cjic etneF Halt. Jof
tue ux or uie town, paUed ad July 1794.
Ordered, That the" town fnnftiW.p k- . J
hereby authonfed to (hoot any hog or hogs rnnnine
at large in town, pafTed Jth Juner .-9y; 6
Ordered, That no, proprietor of a Ball-Alley, or
Battery in town, (hall fuffer any playing at the fame
on the Sabbath day, under the penalty of five (hil
lings, for each and every came, that mar be nlaverf
wv lame , anu tnai me town conltables he imnnw.
z'J J 1 'i i'. ft . J' i" ft '. : ' r .
J ' I .11 fj , " " ummJuw.
ered and direttedjo flogg any negroe or aecroes.
that t,aU m-.t U1 -? . 1.. . 6 '
that (hall mnke a noife or aflenable in a rinrnnc ui,;!
iic c, j u anvfluoe-KT f e ts-or t hfr-&a b bath daTToftha t-
may be lemplayingAball.oiTi that day, not excee'di
ing fifteen lames and'i.f reffaaory to put them in
jail, pafTed 4th Sept. 179 c. , " .. , 1 '
B7 - DUNCAN MRAE, Clerk
A Variety ofJlVL ATS O fop-fekat the
, ' printing-Office, ' - v