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and Wall-ftreet Ur Broad-Ircet. On the arrival of
the troops at Broad-ftreet, the line will be formed
from the head of that flreet to Mr. Avery's (the Pre
fident's intended place of refidence) and the Prefident
will pals the line, and receive the ufual military ho
nours. -The troops, will again wheel by platoons, and
perform the marching falute.
the eity Gapt. Ten Eyck-will Are a federal falute
iroro the battery, which will be returned from the
forfc ori-G0vcrnorrifiand.--:The fhipping Ift the har
bour will, we prefume, pay the accuiloracc compli.
The entertainment given by the Citizens of New-to
J OH NAD A M S
. w t. Prefident. of the United States.
' In contemplating the rapidprogrefs of an enlight-
1 , a.' . A C ' r ii . II.,
cucu nauon tu uic lummu or puuuc virtue ana nap-
pinefs, there is perhaps no circumftance more deferving
of our notice and admiration, than that which evinces
the gratitude of a people towards thofe illuftrious per
Under very period of time 6Fwhich any annals
are preferved, we uncover this proper propenfity to. re
warddiftingwfhed and ufeful aftions. The manner
L?ojnfemng ihefeinatks ofpubHecratitttdetofS
ried accotdiug to the Hate of Society in which the
aaiotis, which wete its object, have been performed.
The , additional, incentives' which a virtuous mind muft
feel for devoting its belt , exertions to the public wel
fare, are too obvious to be particularly mentioned ; and
hc advantage which refults to Society;, from a grate
ful notice of them, ta univerfally acknowledged.
, Among a people pofitllipg fo eXtenfive privileges
(and thbfc privileges fo well fecured) in a nation alfo
equally , enlighttned as ours, the danger of eaccflive
adoration, is. ieduced;to a phantom. "iT'Call never be
exercifed. .No man can Jock foiypr obtaiil, more than
the warm yet lational exprelfion of the joy and gra
titude of the A meiican. People.;,. - . -A
occur among eery people : But in a country happily
fituated as ours! thefe will be feldom found In a
cool deliberate appeal to the good fenfc of Americans,
the refult will in. the end be generally: favourable. to.
Jndulging thiridea, we Xak
the attention paicj by our fellew-citiiens to the prefent
chief magiflratc of the union." .. . . .
Agreeable .to arrangements, an entertainment was
yclterday given to tjic prefidentajt thcNew City Af.
fembly Room, Broad-Way. 1 ;
Upwardaot-thrqe hundred citizens werefcaTedTa
ihis entertainment, prepared by Mr. De la Croix ;
which for -elegance and taftc has never been equalled
in this city , , i .,;......
The tables, jlcgantly difpofed,:preftntedjt Idutert
Jetnble which wotijej vie vith any effort, in any quarter
of the world. They confided of i. A beautiful
Bower of Trees arranged along the table,. represent
ing within the principal cities of A m'erica, united with a
garfand ojf Rofes. , id. A magnificent difplay in Su
gar, the head .of the table, reprfeuti.ng.a ftrong
golden column with the infcription'j..' Cohttitution."
On the fa id column was fixed. the figure of Wifdom,
having in one hand the bull of Prefident Adams, and
in the other a garland of rofes entwining fixtcexi.co-
lumns, representing the States of America, with this
inftriptien May thefe Rofes which unite you, be
always without Thorns the other garland, -which
J.njtedh.iitici ofl America, was fuppoi ted byl pru
dence' and fort it ink, - , ; :
acafagousto the fpftivity of the day, ( ,
The.. "other fubftantial ajpperidages . were fucri is..
rwptoldtieTelfp'Sclea f :tnev tfavc"entire fatisfaaion. !''
; "The chau waslilled by fluilidPv,'arick, Efq. Mayor
t the city tic was lupported by Major Qen. Mor
. ris,' Mr. Lawrence, Senatorroml v5f.-Vork, Mr.
Maj. General Gates, Brigadier General Hughes, and
other diilinguimed characters', ' "' "
dfter Dinner the JolhivingjTQAST$ ihere dranh.
I . The United States of America t Profperity to their
' Agriculture, their Maaufaftutes, and their Com
merce. " - , ," v ' u. ' .
2 . The Senate and Houfe of Reprtfentativef?. May
they in' their deliberations be guided by the beft in
terells of ' their country ;' and may-they receive the
Cofdial fupport of their Confiitnents. ' .. ,
3 Georce Wa sU 1 ngtom Ma y he loner enjov ;the
Patriots beflfcwjud -&f affedions rf ' a ' gratrful ahJ
io Public Good. May it be the invaiiabJe purfuit
, qf each American Citizen. - -
1 1 . Public Spirit.- While it roufes us againft Foreign
Hoftility ; may.it alfo fecure us agaii'it Foreign
"Intn'gues.' 3 cheers.
12. The State of MaJJachufetts our elder Siler, in the
Caufe of jrJomJMayiihe-contifiiie-tobe the"
TiTi . 1 VV'Yi v'" ' "" :
- i urie or jratnpis ana or rieroe.. .; : ;
TNo fooner was this toall announced, than the whole
gave nine cheers. Iultanily the Mufic played Yan-
keeDoodle, during the incclfant acclamations of the
company at the clofe of which, the affembly a
.' gain . tofe as a mart and made the hall refound with'
cheers and acclamations This compliment rb the
Prefident thro' his native (late, was extremely deli-
cate, & the more grateful, as it evidtntjy refill ted
from the voluntary emotions of the moment.
13. The nations of the Earth. United by one com
mon Nature, may they-feel that they have but one
common iiitefeft the happinefs ojf each other.
.and Goocf will to all mankind. 3 cheers.-'
If.' 7 he Heroes who have fallen in defence of -American
Freedom. Taught by their crreat example nay ,VP
learn that our lives and fortunes are evtr at the JjjL
po falgL.oiiEcou n tr yr
: r ' ' FayettevillPricea Current.
dol. c. '
Tobacco, per cwt. 7
Flour, per barrel t -j 50
Corn, per bujhel, 45
Peaie, do..- 70 W. India do. 2d do. 1 60
t6: 'I he Fair of America. Abumperind g cheers
By the'Prefident of the United States
'Profperity to the citizens of tfieate of N. Yorkv
By tlie Mayop, (chairman) x
After the "Prefident had retired. -
John Adams; Pi cfidetit of the U. States.
By the Vfce .Prefident, (Mr. C. andj)
A fpeedy peace to all the world. 'r " ' - s
By the Speaker of the H. of Reprtfeutatives, "
. Thc-B(!Perof MouawVernon, in his rctulmSmT.'
By Mr. Fdwird Livinglton,
. The Coloffus of American Freedom- May it be-
ftride the Commetce of the world and like that of
Rhodes, never fall but in a Concufiion cf.nature.
"By General 'I-JTyTit-R, . -
The Memory of Peyton Rdiidolph, the Prefident
of the firlt American Corfrrefs.
By oiitfLfj ijie CompjDLy.
ItufurixnTg, our mmnter in Gieat-lii.itain
-Wheat,, .dcy- -l
Bees wax, do. .
Deet ficins d?..
Cotton in feed,
Beef, . ' . .
Hcirip, per cwt. 7
Jamaica Rum, 4th 1
r ...... i J" 2
piuui, per gai.
J .40'Northward do".
: i 15 Country brandy
T5 Brown Sugar, per lb. 20
Loaf do. do.'
Coffee, do. -,-
1,1011,. do. .
Salt per bujhel,
Green do. -
This Evening, (November the 4th,) will be prcieatcj
an admired Comedy, called .
The Beaux Stratagem.
, ' ' . . ;--
LoflTATmweH, Archer, Sir Charles Freeman, Sullen,
"i?oigardrGibl5erndBonifacc"'by gentlemen for
a happy People. . cheers.
4. i he btat
5; JUHN jx;y Uoycr nor of the State,
'(: The AaFions in Alliance wfif'famca
ng differences be fpeedily terminated ; and the bond!
- r- T' A A . 1 - .. . . - - 1.- ,
ot ourjyienawipDgjpaorc hrmly-ltfengtliened;- ;
rTFe Marqjjis La . Fa y pi th May the cfoiid of
fyrcow whi :h has Jatelfobfeurcd his days beooiv
difperfed ; and may" the Sun of happiuefs cild the
- remaining hours Tbf Ms life. 1
8. Kosci u s ko May private Fi iepdfhip and public
iiouraotttbe-fjtc-woands he has received: in
- caufe F Freedom.
. Public-Gratitude. . May it be ever the. rewatd of
. the firm and difintertftcd patiiot. 9 cheers.
; N 0 R F O L K, Oaober 26. '
Reports were current in tow-n yeiteiday, faiJ to be
received via New-York, of the capture of the .(nip
Charles Carter. Cabtain Bell, with b car"-a lit rirv
goods from London to this port, value 'about t'o or
yQxQOClJlc! lixig. It -is faid five wastaken byir lTcnclf
privateer, about co miles to the fauthward' ""of the
Within thefe two days there have been tvo or thn-e
arrivals trom.the- VV elt-i ndies their cargoes not ery
faleable,' conliiliiW mollly of A merican Captamv'wlio
liave received the fraternal hug 11 ;Hovvlong we fhall
continue to receive .thefe fwtitjmlraces we cajifiot di-1
vine but tins much we at e certain of. that our mer
chants, as will a s-o u r pojorfeame n, are hcartil y tired
of fuch damn'd leroingftueezing ! '' " '
, FAYETTEYI L L E, Novemsir 4.1
;. . . . . '-A ......
'yExtra3jafq letter frm.JjwgfoutitytKrpniaf-t
. v ' . . ted UHobtr I. ... ,- . -r 7"
On Mr-Blount's arrival in Tennefe, a few of his
part;fans effayed to have him brought forward as a" can
didate for a Senator. This gave"aTi oppoytttnity.. fox
the citizens to fee feveral ciienTeiniHmaficed.V The
final took place laftetkr'and'J
Mr. Jackfon were ealily eleded Senators; in tle room,
ovejrtotl:eeidcvanrGov ertXcir and ..his plaus in
TenneiTec." r ' ' ' ' "
- ':PhUadelpkit Ocloier f -Deaths in the city and
fuburbs, for the la(k 24 hours, SEVEN ; On the
i6th ELEVEN; iythi FlFl'EEN ; 1 8th, NINE
TEEN ; ijth. ELEVEN ; 20th, FIVE j and on
the zi ft, ELEVEN.
"'.;;.-"'; i) I E p, .-;
On the 29tn ult. Mr.' Hugh Macoonald:, late
merchant here, much and jullly Yegreted. -
; , ... NOT I G E
S hereby giveiij to , thofe who have any demands
their amufement &nd"ScTfcf iWMrGodwin.;
Doriiida,by 1. S. Cherry and Mrs. Sallen, by Mifa
'- ' M'Intirer. - -:
i SINGING by a Gcntlemap. - - ,
To which will be added, an'eritertaHimeiit (taken (torn.
the Opera of, the PUENNA, called
. THE ELOPEMENT
Jcw ,. Outwitted.-' T'
Don Jerome, Antonio, Dn Carlos (with fongr.), by
gentlemen for their amufement and lfaac Men
doza the Jew, (with a Comic Song) by Mr. God
' "win, ' ' -." ' .-' "- ',
Louifar by-Mifs -MIrittrcrand the DuenTT27; by Y;T;
To conclude 'with a SQNGJby-DoN Carlos.
Cj -TICKETS to be had at R. Donaldfon and
Go's, ftore, and.of .Mr, Godwin at Colonel Dekcy.
Te r 's Box jf&jL tJif----J'-'r-- t-rn
Mr. Godwin, refnecifullv foliiits GentIemenLta
purthafe tickets preVtonsTheir going, to the Theatre,
to prevent mtjlat.es 111 taking money and giving change.
.JUST PUB LIS TIED,
And far f ale at the, Priting-Offices at Fayetteville
.; . "'.-'' and HalifitHif i- . '-
"V HODGE's NORTti -CAROLINA
A L M ,A.NA:, C K?
.. 'JFw the TearjfjurJj.ofdii":.
Being the fecond after Biltextile, or Leap Year, andl
the 2d 23 of'Alr.eHcin IndeperuleYiFe. .
Calculated for the ltatc.of North-Carolina, being pre
cifely adapted to : the meridian and latitude of the
city of Raleigh, but will ferve without any fenfiblc
error for any ,of .the. Hates adjacent. . ..
.'V - C O N TAIN I N G. . -
The lunations, riling and fetting of the fun rnocn,
and feven ftars, folar and lunar eclipfes, remarkable
da vs. fellivals,-&c.jL,r s
againit the Eftate of Archibald M'Kay, fen.
fed, to prefent tjiar counts" without delay for.
1 1 and all thofe: vCTiQ flaja jnde by
houdiiiOte -or open account' 16 faid Eftate, arc rc-
tdiate pay mem,' an ih indulgence
can be given. y 'c-.u.-------
Qdober 2 j.
CATHARINE MKAY, Executrix.
HE Svliooner FRi END, SHIP, now lying at
iliringrOnT will fail for Philadelphia with all
convenient Ipeed, and return immediately thofe who
uidj- wan i jrdigof or -pwagfj -wiu picaic 10 apiy as
fopn as:?ofGbIc idj SAMUEL VANCE..
r: Fayetteville, November i, ' . 'jV ; ;. ., '
A A'aricty of ufeful and amufing articles ;
-i.' . AMONG WHICH ARE
THE theft., The peifcd beauty.. A defcriptioo
3.C. !tbcldrrcr.)ti'iatciy..confrufied by-Mr. Wil- -Ham
Parody of .Pope's . prologue to Cato. To
Florella on the belt ufe of prefent pleafure by the
late-Dn Dodxlridgr.The--L"a w'yer.-Valaabler-re---'
complaints. A recipe for bitter3 to prevent
tfie fevtr and ague. A cure for tKe fever and ague.
Cure for the bloody flux. Officers of- the executive
department of the United States; v with their falaries. .
Members o? the Stnate and.Houfe of Reprefcntatives
of the T United Stat. Judges and peers' of the
Supreme Court of the United States. Brief abftrac"t
from the"; conjtitiilipC
ficeis" of North-Carolina. ; Judges of the Superior
Court of law and equity of the; State of Nortji-Ca- ;
rolina. Time of. holding the Supreme, and County
Courts of the State of North. Carol in a. Epitaph 911
a; drunkard,"" The fpeech of Mifs Polly Baker, be-,
fore a court vf judicature in Con'nedicuf, fjiortly after
the fettleinent of that ,f ate' ;"wheWfhe :'was p'rofectit
ed the fifthjinic for having a baftard child. Fifh out
of water. Charaers without the aid of phyfiognpr .
rr ir:f . 3' 7' i " t
cafipns. : ThemenfaT and pei fohal qtialifications of
a hufoand. ' Effefli of "miafoTfune.- Scarce articles.
Epitaph 6n a wine merchant. Elegy on the death of
a blackfmith. To-morrow. A recipe for courtfhip.
Fragment of Anacreon. A whim. Anccdotes--.
a variety. SjIpTrllition. 'J'he circle of hliman life.
Profperity and Adverfity-An allegory." Contempla
tions on- the commencement of !tbc new year. Sche
diftri&s of the United States, ; A tablejpf the yajpe
and weigH of cbi'iisi with their fterling andfederal
value. A table' of gold coins. 'Main poll roads
through, the United States, Rates of poftage. &c.