By letters from the New York Packet, dated October 6, from Philadelphia, we learn that there has been a very fine harvest in the Southern States, and that the wheat has been wonderfully productive. A very large quantity had been bought up for the Spanish markets. The quality of European goods, imported the last season was immense, goods selling for considerable loss ; and such will always be the case when the Merchants in England anticipate a ray of fruitfulness of the American Soil.–The appearance of a Spanish war had given them great prospects of commercial advantages, and a seven years war is what the Americans were all earnestly wishing for.

Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 26 November 1790, available at the Scissors and Paste Database,