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f>s : !a\s-ful puijc tJ tsk.jn.'-ladpn, i:i whole. Qr
in part, with EnVrfifh manufadtieei), or'with
the produce of Englilh poiTtiliona." 'lJhat
this De.stfee fraa in full three and operation,
at the time of the re-capture of the Amelia,
and that file would have br-eri c£«defiimid,, as
laV»ful griise,. by-the French tribunal of St.'
Domingo, but for the re-capture by. the
Gonllitution frigate. - That being in poflVf
, £on of <i French Privateer, for ten days,
the pioperty in the (hip and cargo was chan
ged, and th .t the 1 l*captora, were iuAly en
titjed to a hber.il filvagej i« consequence of
having n-ftu'td the fame from the danger of
On the other h .lid, it was contended, that
the (hip Amelia .being the property' of the
fvibjefts; of a . neutral power, was captured
by ..the French Carveut-, contrary id the
luw 6f nations, and whatever might have
been her fate in the French Counts, had (lie
riot have been recaptured, -it doe's not belong
to the courts of the'-UiTited States to inter
fere betwe'en the fub-jetU of » neutral foreign
power and the French Republic.' That a
ft ate of war does not, in reality, exist be
tween tlv.* United States ai'id France, Kecaufe
bo declaration to that efled lias ever been
made, by either party. Thiat notwi'thftand
-stig the Commander of a public armed (hip
of the United States, was juftified by hisin
urOjSioas, in this Ship, (mm the
hifnds of the French, yet, the moment her
true chara&er. was-difeovered in our Courts
knd prewtd to be the property of a neutral
foreign power, in amity with this country,
(he (houid have been restored to the original
Owners, withiw'.-falvage, not to the French,
who had wrongfully taken her &c.
This is ati imperfefi outline of the leading
features ip this cause, which '.he court had
under 'till Tlmrfday, when his
honor the Piefiding Judge, announced,
" That this being a cause of the first im
pression, the-court order it to be continued,
for the purpose hf hearing a further argu
ment, before a fuller court.
, 1 Error from the Circuit Court for
Tingey | the Pennsylvania Dityricl.
■ This was a cafe depending upon princi
ples, in many refpeds similar to those of
the priceeding,except that the claim in that
inflar.ee is for salvage, for the Recapture
of a veflel belonging to citizens of the Uni
ted States, by one of our public armed (hips.
It wn argued, much at length by Lewis
and E. Tilgh'mati for Plaintiffs in Error ;
W. Tilghman and Rawle for the Defen
It -ftas agreed that, by the last law of
Congress, regul-.ting the allowance of sal
vage, which repeals all former provilU.ns 011
this fnbjcft, the Recaptors are entitled to
part of the whole value saved—The De
fendants in Error, contend for •
No Judgement has yet been rendered.
. Several other causes of minor importance
1-ave bfcj) agurd in thecourfe of the felfion.
Thp Court rose yesterday.
[The author of the following imitation of
1 * pathetic French Song Composed it has
' tily from the flight recollt&ion of the
original, asfung oece in his hearing, by
•' the celebrated Mrs Pownal. The
Editor Hates this cii cutnftance, merely to
explain any accidental errors, in the sense
or expefiion of the original, as he cannot
with his limited researches, and partial
knowledge oi the French language readi
ly difccver the Opera Book, where it is
to be found; For the Imitation itfelf not
a shadow of apology is neccflary. It is
a beautiful and tender poem, and every
one, alive to the dumetiic charities, will
fyttipathizre with the aifc&ionate Pa
Ton amour, O Fille chtrir,
Me console de tous roe 3 roaux,
Si ton Percaime encore la vie,
Cell pour veiller a ton repos.
Ma retraite profdnde ty la vois
SansefFroi,*j- fuis p"ur toi
he monde, tu les aufli pour
Tu les aufli, tu les aufli pour nioi.
Le souvenir de mon naufrage
Vient il m' agiter, malgre nioi,
Pour ranimectout mon courage,
J'aime a redire pres de toi,
Ma fille, Azemia.
Child of my love, thy fondnefs (lill
Consoles me, mid a host of woes,
And if 1 bear with life and ill
'lis but to watch'o'er thy rrpofe.
Fearlrfs thou feeft my dark retreat,
Where I am all the world to thee,
And 'till this pulse (hall cease lib beat
Thou (halt be all the world to me.
Should torturing fancy-paint the dorm,
That funk each hope in deep despair,
Thy gentle voice, thy angel form,
Shall lull each pang, ihall calm each care.
Tho' wreck'd forlorn, tkis feebla frame
Bends to the tempefh, as th-y roil,
Still, near thee tO'rrpeat thy name
Is mofic tp thy father's foul.
!My child, my Zimivthy lov'd name
Is mufte, to thy father's foul,
Tho' wreck'd, forlorn, his feeble frame
Bends to the tempests, as they roll.
H. MAXWELL, Printer,
HAS REMOVED TO
(Pcrirerly in the tenure of Mrs. Groombridge)
Snutli-Wcft corr.fr of Spruce aiivl Eleventh
Liverpool, June 26, iffao.
Produce admitted free of Duty for. Expor
tation, in American and other neutral
a SUGAR, Muscovado brown, from 38a to
41s per cwt
Middling, from 43s to 44s per
Good, from 45s 1049s per do
Fine, from 50s to 53s per do
Clayed Tetes and Terres, from
44s to 56 per do
Powders, from s&s to y6s per
Havanna brown, from 45s to
54« per do
. White, fioin 70s to
80s per do
b COFFEE, Ordinary, from ioss to 114s
Middling, from IISS to 124s
Good, from i2js to 1325 per
Fine, from 138310 142s per
Triage, from 764 to 86sperdo
c COCOA, Weft-India, from 80s to 85s.
Cariacas, from 87s to 92s per
a lhe crips in the Wert-Indies having
fallen very short, and flocks here confiders
b!y reduced, hascaufed a briiknefs tor Su
gar of every , description, and considerable
purchases have been made, in part by order
and in part on speculation.
b Fine Coffee goes ofF readily; every other
description heavy, with large (locks on hand
—and as the Weft-India fleets are now be.
gimiing to arrive, it is doubtful whether the
present prices will be maintained*
c Carraca much enquired for—Well-In
dia rather liravy.
J GINGER, White, from 60s to 6as per
Black, from 29s to 31s per do
RUM, Jamaica, importation prohibited
• Leeward Islands do
e PIMENTO, fro in jj-d to 6d per lb
/LOGWOOD, Chipt, Gimpeachy, from 231
, to 24.1 per ton
Honduras, from 211 to 221
Jamaica, from 191 tn 201 per
d The quantity at market not large, tho'
not much enquired for
e Steady demand
f Rather heavy file
g COTTON, Bourbon
Dutch, from 2s 6j4 to 2S 8-Jd
St Domingo, from 2s 4I to
2. per do
Bahama, from a? 4] to 2> 6d
Common Weft India, from 2s
4d to 2s 6d per do
Carthagena, from-, is gd to is
9-J-d per do
Cir.racw, from is 6d to IS9I
New Orleans, from 2s id to
2s 2d per do
Porto Rica, fioin 2s 6d t« 2i
9d per do
Georgia, Sea Island, from 2s
8i to 2s lod per do
—— Short Staple, from is
9<i to 24 iod per do
b M AIiOGAN /, Cutja, from is to 2s
2d per foot of 1 inch thick
Hifpauiola, from is <;d to 2s
6d per do
Honduras, from is 3d to 29
i FUSTIC, from 16 to 18s per fn
.!• NICARAGUA WOOD, from .2s to
24s per do
I HIDES, Spanjfh, dried, from 54 to 61
g A very demand ; common forts
uncommonly scarce, and on that account pro
portionally higher than fine. The export
of Cotton Twill is so conliderable, as to run
oil'the article a« it arrives. No profpett of
b Though the quantity at market is great,
there is a (leady demand.
» Heavy lale with Urge (locks.
m TOBACCO, James River, from to 8J
Rappahannock, from to
6-J-i per do
Potomack, from to 4-£ d
Georgia, from to 4-JJ pr do
Carolina, from i j to 4d prdo
Stem'd, from 6d to 94 p?r do
Maryland Brown, from 3d to
INDIGO, Carolira, from ,is 3d to 4s 6d
DEER SKINS, from is to 2s per
go ; duil
PITCH, from (is to 12s per cwt; brilk
TURPENTINE, from 14s 6d to 17s per
do ; bri/k
ROSIN, from 12$ to 13; per do; bri/k
ASHES, Pearl ifl, from 50s to sis per
do ; very heavy sale
Put lit, from 52s to 535 per
do; very heavy tale
RICE, from 36; to per do j in great
Coloury, from to
Kstefoot, from Si to
■ji per do
BEES WAX, from 209s to i-ios per do •
TAR, from 25s to »5s per barrel; briik
sale " .
FLOUR, fire ? from 78s tn 80s C inde-
S«prrfi»* 5 per do ( inanu
WHEAT, from tgs to 20s per 7olb , in
INDIAN CORN, per Wircherter bu&tl;
FLAX SEED, for sowing, per Winchester
for crushing, from 6s 6i to 7s
per Wlnchefter buflicl; dull
PIG TRON, 50s per ton ; Ready
« STAVES, White Ooak, Pipe, from 20s
to 2js per thousand
Ditto Hogfl«ad,,.jfroni 12 to
Ditto Birrcl, frorti 8 to 12
per do ,p-r»
Red-0»k, Hog(head,tfrom 7
to 12 per do 1
Ditto- Barrel *
0 New-England. —Logs Oak, from 29 3d
to 2* 4d per cube foot
Pine, from 2s id to'2S
2d pep ditto
—Maple, Birch and Beach
from '2s 2d to 25 3d per do
Plank, Oak, from 5J to 5
i-id per fleet two inch
Pine, from 3 i-ad to 4a
Boards, Oak, from 3d to 3-Jd
per foot one? inch thick
Pi' e, from ad ta 2 £d
Naw^Toas.—Logs, Oak, from to
2s 6d per cube foot
* Pine, from 2s to 25 id
Plank, Oak, from 5 1 id to
6d prr foot twoinih thick
Pine, from 3 1 4>d.to .4.
l-*l per ditto
Boards, 0«k, from dt 30 ■>
l-a l. per foot one inc,ll
Pine, from 2d to 2 I
2J pr ditto.
Georgia —Logs, l' ; itch Pine, from 25 6d
to 2s 7d per cube foot
Plank, Pitch Pine, from 4
t 1 to jd per foot two
m 1 lie quantity of Tobacco at market is
not great, though except for those of fine
quiliii-s there is little demand.
it Heavy (locks on hand, but are beeom
ing moie faleablr; > '
0 A dull fjje.
Guns, Gun-locks and Flints,
Fat 1 ate ty •
Ej.UHA FISHERY Co.
No. '36, North Front-street.
Augufl 14- ' R diw*-
Just come to hand,
AND FOk SALE,
BY THE SV B9C&1 B RR,
SUPERFIJJv Silcfia rtuans")
Creas a 1* Morlaix I
Fine Brctagnei i Entitled to
l>o. white f-latillai V'' debenture.
Eftopilljs and LittaJos |
Brown Ruflia flu'ctinjrs J . /
With a gene it ajfortment of
Which will bcloidtow i-r calh or short credit.
SAMUEL C. COX,
No. BJ,8 J, Market-street,
august It daw
Br A. DICKINS, -opposite Christ Cburcb,
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
In Nineteen Djfcoudes.
By' t+ie •
Rev. Jonathan Boucher, A. M. F. A. S.
Price 2 Dollar* 50 Gents.
Jacob Sperry & Co:
No. 105, Market-Street,
Have received ly tie ship J.agle, end
other late Jvim
The following Goods,
Which they offer yn liberal terms ;
ESrOPIM.AS, . rDacanter>,
CaflVrillas, 2-g . Coffee-Mill#,
Beccadillos, "2 3? Tlpea, twjU'd,plain
Rouqns, '-nil 4 "<l coloured,
Cr?a» ala Mcrlaix, | 5 - Sealing Wax,
Coutils, J L
from L.ondov, A cons'gtment oj •'
» Packages of Sadlers' Wcbbirg, and
3 Cases of the W.ihington Print, in handfwne
frames of full, ImgA Fngr*ving.
2 New Cables,
Ea»h 145 (athoms, »o and ir inch,
august 4. d6t m&th im
Philadelphia Ss? Lancaster
July 1-I*2;, 1800.
THE Prcfident and MlWji" havu fhie day
decUred a divijend of Eight Dollars on each fh?re
of (lock, of which, fix dollars per (hare will be
paid the Stockholders or their rcprefetitatives any
pay after the 14th infVant; the remaining two
dollars has been retained and expended in co*n
p;eating and repairing the road agreeably to a
r»foluiian ef the llockholderi.
Wm. GOVETT, Trecsuer.
Juiy 14 n»4t
Gazette Marine Lift,
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.
Came tip from the Fort,
Sch'r Swil't, ■ -Havanna
Sugars—Wm. & S. Keith
Arthed at the Fort.
Danish" B-irque Juliana Mnrg»retta.
Macpherfon,' Kingftoii. Left it 4th July
Ruiuj—J.' Sims. - '
Brig- Abigal, Lord,' Turks Ifhnd^—Left
it 26th July— liilt and Limec.
■Detained at the Fort,
Sch'r. Hercules, Lathrop, N. Cirblins.
Left it 2d inft.—Ballaft.
Sloop Patience, Montgomery, New-York
—Left it 7th inft.—Svgar, Sin and Deer
Brig ClarifTa, Nichols
Sch'r Peggy, Coffin
Brig Abigail, Lord, f-tid to be from
Turk's-Ifland, is ore of the brigs menti
Capt. Moram informs that he left at
Porto Rico, the 15th July, as prizrs :
Brijf Polly, of Ncw-Y : k ; brig Hannah,
of Philadelphia Whose condemnation I.ad ar
rived from Guadaloupe ; and fchr. Bctfev,
C.pl- M. was bearded by the Britiflj
Frigate Cleopatra, in lat. 29, 25 N. long.
70, 30, W. tieatecT politely, aijd informed
that among the\efTcls which C.ipt. Pellew
had taken and Pent into Halifax, were tlie
Brig Sally, D.iwfon, from 3,<ta\ia to Phila
tlelphia fchr. , from Rhode I(land
to Havanna, and a fqialf fchr. .then iprom
panv from Philadelphia to Hnvanna. Cjpt.
Pc.llew put 8 American feamenon board the
Fair Columbia-. Brig Beaver, Elliot, failed
from the Havanna, the-25th Jiily, for Phi
Schr. Hawke, Norris, fr6m hefice. has arriv
ed at Porto Rico.
Arrived, at Newßedford, Augufl 7, (loop
President, Peckliam, Alcxandaia.
A brig from Philadelphia, Captain Rin
arlda and a brig from New London' has been
captured by the French Privateers (the
Three Friends and Le Bisque.
FROM LOYDS LIST.
Dial, June 23.
At East Bourne—John, Murray, from
At Liverpool Favourite, Weymouth,
from Virginia ; Maddifou, ,from Savan
nah ; and Arethrifa, , from K«w-Ynrk.
At Jones from Balti-
At Clyde •; Commerce, Wilkie, from
boston, Aogud 11
Arrived brig Three Friends, Norton, Li
verpool. Sailtd June 25. Left there the
following veffclaunder fcizure, viz. Jofcph,
M'Lellan of Portland ; Fox. Waite, do ,
Mary, Hunt, do ; Dolphin, Updike ;• feiz;
ed on account of a few pounds of tobacco
djcovcred amonj the people : and a Swo,
dilh fliip seized fhr had landed a car
go cf tobacco at Guernfcy : which was
however, ptrmifteil by the officers at that
place ; (hip Nanjcy, Stanby, of Wilming
ton, seized on the fame account.
Same day, l arque Columbia. Skinner,
Dublin 44 days. Paflengers, Robert A
thenleck, Thomas Kelley, Andrew Burke,
James Mooney, Arthur Forrcfter, John
Killroye, Mrs Either Williams, Mr Jo
seph Montgomery and Wife, and Mr. Al
len Gillbirth, wife and child. July 10,
lat. 48 J7, long. 18, 26, spoke fiiip Mvy
Ann of Providence for Amsterdam. July
27, lat. 44. 5, long. 48 30, spoke ihip Per
severance, Moor, of New-York. August
6, spoke fhij> Foxwell, 2 days from Bolton
Arrived at Marblrhead, fchv. Catharine,
capt. Cox in 42 days from Lisbon. Left
there, (hip Jofephtss of Philadelphia for
Leghorn , brig George, Dennis, do ; Ihip
Rebecca, Wells, Baltim«re ; capts Gard
ner and Girdler of Marblehead j captain
Blunt of i'ortfmouth, fnr Philadelphia, with
freight ; a fchoo er with rice from Charles
ton just arrived ; and several other Ameri
American vefiels sent in by Britilh crui
sers from May 25 to June 36 —Bri? Pra
cock, Crafts, of Boston with (berry wines
from Cadiz for London, captured in lat.
42, long. I 1, by the Guernsey Privateer Le
Kufe. Brig King Solomon, Heivett, of
New York, with butter and checfe. from
Amllerdam for Cadiz, captured 3 leagues
from St. Lucar, Jtrfey privateer
Flying Firtv Brig Sea Nvmph, M'Ke»er,
owned Ly Lewis A. T*rrafcon of Philadel
gbia, ladened with coffee, pimento, cloves,
cotton, dye-wood, &c. from Philadelphia
for St. Sebastians j John Augnflut Viilor
Farrovil, supercargo, captured by the Ut
ter of marque Barwell. Brig Hirtd qf Sa
lem, Ropes, owned by Mr. William Otae,
ladened ?vith sugars, from Salem for Cadiz,
captnred by the Britilh f;igate nfou, lat.
36, long. Sufannah of Charltllo*.
Spencer, owned by BUckluck, Owen, and
and Millapan, ladened with sugar frofn j
Charleston, for Cadiz, captured by the
Britilh Privateer La Maaclm.
Ship Manilla, from London r.nd the Cip:*
de Veids, has arrived at N.ntucket. She
was plundered by two French privatrer«, in
lat 29, 40, long 53, 20. Tliey had captured
two Southern American veflelf.
Ship.Hunter, 32 day's from Bonavifla, ar
rived at New Bedford, was plundered by a
Fren J privateer,. July 22.
The valuable copper-bottomed fl.iop Gene
ral Greene, taken or. hei paflage fr .m Nov-
Yorfc to theSj>a«ifljAl«in, btt been dearett
- • Arrived, Ijays
hip Rising Sun, Hawkins, London
! , t<*«7 15
Ship Commerce, Chew, Liverpool
Eugenia, Brtfu 0, ' ' Br ftol
Schr. John, Henderfoo, Cpe Francoia
Harmony, Prince, Havanna
Thomas & Deborah. Bain, Yarmouth
Briti/h Queen, Hatfield, £t J< hns
Sloop-Dove, Picker, St. John»
-The Earl Gower Picket, from New-
Y&rk, arrived at London the 25th Juse She
failed from Halifax the 27th of May.
Arrived "The Eritfti ship Portland, M*
Gill, days Halifax.
On ihe.22d July, the Portland fell in
with brig Abigail, from St. U es to Portf
niouth (N. 11.) in long 63 30, who had
011 board 14 persons. being parts of the crew
of the (loop Lydia and Belfry, capt. Ward,
of arid from Allxandria to Barbadoes, and.
the brig Polly, capt. Mskins, from Phila
delphia to Barbadoes, who l ad been cap u
rer 1 - in lat. 25 3®: long. 59, by the fchoopet
Mutet, of 4 yuns aad 60 men, be!on ing :o
Cayenne ; there were also in company two
other privateers from Caye: ne, one of 18
guns, and 350' men, and the other of 14
guns and 220 men, who captured an Erf-
(hip from Liverpool to Savanna, sni •
Capt. M'Gill, firrra motives of humanity
took the 14 perfoni above alluded to on
bo rd lii's fliip, thty being in tlie grcated
want of prqvifions, and landed them all
•BALTIMORE, August 13.
> Arrive I,
Schooßer Theoda, Hopkins, 29 daya
Left'there brigi Francis Nixon, and
Ceres, of New-York, and Kfliflifippi, and
Volunteer, ol Alexandria, the latter bound
Was boarded by the Britirti frigate Ap
ollo, and fuffered to pass. Sp'ike brig Fair
American f.-cra Jamaica, to New-York .
and In&uftry, of the Natches, ;o leeward of
of the Havana. 45 d3ys from New-York_
bound to New Orleans, veVy (horr of water 4
LVING on the Potomac River, county of Nor
thumberland, iiate of Virginia; containing
abovt i 4QO atres—it? fltuation i?'equal to any o'her
in the Northern Neck, remarkable ibr ev«ry kind
of wildfowl, oyOcra, fifh and crab, and none bet
ter fcrtieakh. It is about the lame dittance from
Baltimore, Alexandria asd Norfolk, and not more
than one da-s fail from eirhcr. ThVre are three
improved plantations w.ith.dwelling houfos, the
one known "by the narfrc o(, Exeter Lodge, former
ly the rtfcdehce of col. John an el' gant
two llory brick huufe, with four rooms.on a floor,
and a pillage fixtecn feet wide.
The other two are commodious and convenient
iy fitted, wich good and fuxcaMe out bouses, at one
oi which John Murphy., Efq (now of Weitmore
land county)lived fcvcral on this farm there
is a g iod mill, with warer fufZicient to turn
any number of llones ; also conveniunj store hou
se» and granaries on a public road, well situated
for a country Op each of those places there
are fine apple a r jd peach orchards. v The greater
proportion of rhe land is of the firft quality, au&
near the half of the whole heavily timbered.' The
termsmay be knownby applying to Wm P.Tebba
Baltimore, Fouftiee G. Tebb?, esq. of Richmond
county, Virginia, or to Thomas Murgatroyd and
Feb. 5a- 14.
\ VALUABLE and d*firabli Ellate, situated
on the river Raritati in JcrCey, near Somer
fct Court-House, 16 r.iiles frjm Brunfwick, and
iS from Prir.ceton ; conflftingof upwards of yqo
acres, equally divided iuto meadow, arable and
wood land ; the whole \\ -thin a ring fence ; tfrs
barp, fhbles, &c. are ffr.cioui, and adequate to the
size of the Farfr. ; there,is a plenitude of gatne,
with a good stud fiiheyy. The eflate is now in
the hands of ?*4r Henry Worley.
Further particulars may be known of
Messrs. XICKLIN if GRIFFITH
Merchants. Philadelphia, aad ot
J AMES GIBSON,
Of Mr. RICH A. Kb POTTEK,
Or cf the Tenant on the
miy 9. S tf
RUH a tray from the Subfcriher oh the evening
l. of the »Xxk iall. a bound Servant GIRL,
f.icne.l Elizabeth HoSTcgel, had on and tock with
her three different changes of garment and money,
prOud,bold and impudent, a noted lyar ; any pt-r
---!'on apprehending her ihatibe entitled to the above
reward—no coKs or charges will be paid.
N: B, She had a years and Tome month* to serve
Oofliea Townftip, OhtfW County, July 19.
augifft 6 jawtf
A CERTIFICATF. No 1*519 da'ed ift Jan
uaryi;9'/, in fa-vour ol Robert l.innfay.of
Ufcarleftcn South-Carolina, for one fliaie of thi
flock »f the liank of the United States is'loft—
a duplicate of which will be applied for at the said
AuguO 7. m&t3iri
OF abilities, integrit • and experience in
mercantile Itufiaefs, would willingly rn«
j!3ge a. CLEItK to a n-.erelipnt or pu&lic ofJ
See, or be conci-rned « i h any perToa is patt
r.er, as he ha 1 ! an mterefUoif about one thousand
pounds in real ellate in theciry. Pleale to ap
ply to the Printer ; rr a line left at the office
for 3. Y. will be attended to immediately.
Mayle mSt:h ti ""
A VALUABLE TUACT OF
-Jhree Cents lie ward.
' j«ir .