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Centinel, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1809, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania TH PRINTED BY ROBERT 40. MARCH 1, 1809. VOL. offer my na to the A House and Lot of US ration of the Electors of Adams for their for the office of at the ensuing ROBERT January 31, 1809. FOR in addition to their a very aL Longwell Are jutt opening former foremen t of to the and ing They invite their former friends and to call and fee the which are laid in on the bed and which they are ed to fell on finall profits for cafh or country Their of Fancy Articles is alfo keep a of and C A S T I N G S. Die 27, 1808. FEin Berwick town Adams ot the Heirs of John The houfe is weM calculated for a Store and and has been occupied as a tavern ever fince it was If it is not rented before the o March it will then be Rented at Public Vendue to the bidder bj Nicholas January 10, 1809. TAKE ON Saturday the 4'h day of March will be for one or more by public on the premi that Valuable Plantation la Adams the property of Henry about 250 all in good The conditions will be made known at the tune and place by JOHN and BENDERS N. B. P be given on the day of April February 4, 1809. To be at Private A certain Tract of Patented CONTAINING 170 in A about five miles from and one mile from die pike toad leading from to adjoining lands of John aod The land is equal to any in the and has a quantity of excellent building on are three fine near the dwelling and two good bear ing apple There are 18 or 2O acres of meadow cleared and more can be the of this tract there are 60 or 70 acres covered With good It it is not of at private fale before the 301 h of March it will on that day be offered at public fale on the The fale will commence at ten A. M. on faid where due attendance will be givan by MATHIAS or JAMES Feb. 14, 1809. Any to faid traft of may apply to James near the Fight hundred will be TO BE BY PUBLIC AT the dwelling hoofe of the in Reading about one mile from on Friday the loth of March Sheep and harrows and gether with a large of ing and and kitchen furniture too tedious to The fale will commence at 10 o'clock on faid when and where due ance and credit will be by PETER 1809. To be Sold by Public On the on Saturday the iSth day of March A TRACT OF CONTAINING 280 in A- dams about three miles from and one mile from the and turnpike lands John Jacob Werts and There are on faid trad two dwelling with never failing near to each houfe frame good bearing apple about 90 or 100 acres of It is to be fold as the property of Michael to begin at one P. M on faid where due attendance will be and the terms of fale be made by Samuel Henry 5 February 21, 1808. It the above property is not fold at public vendue on the above it will be offered at private fale till the lit of and if not then it will be rented for one Mr. Commonwealth of In the Houfe of Nay 16 1808. as the fenfe of this that the Orders in of 1897, interdicting all tral trade with and the nations mder her except the neutral enter her and there re- her licence and and pay furh duties as they ami have and the decrees of Fiance in- all trade with the tion and her and to capture and they find it to for the deep and calamiti other attitude of it will be which the government of S duty of the whole of the has feen fit to on the Common wealth of to which with the of their own collar and oa iho and its and afford good people of t I ft Atn fc 1 i. them their by all con means in their The above were committed to G. Morton It will readily be conceived that the decrees and intended by are of n n J I to report at the next Ba ed at the ft and with 1806, and the orders of G. The committee to whom was referred t u a i M at ntn 1807. The French decree declares that the their colonies aad de- be as in the two that of blockade that all traJe ny this and which were goods would be prohibited and for the of this thlt with their have duly attended to their ing to or fi om Great or aod afk leave to beard cargoes of origin in it be to and entto for On the 1806, certain of the BY the tha United the foreign relations are in the national that government the obligation to conGder and having then concluded a treaty with a the which treaty ted to the Senate for their by of their government pre- D nuiA J VCI U PTC act the of other a memorial to the American with it a knowledge of the of other motives and and how far the fame may have been or ed by the government of the United The which have ed between the U the nations referred in are in a degree unknown to the any of the Houfe of on this would be founded on aa imperfect knowledge of what relates and from the fame be The Houfe could not rely on the which is allowed to from the Executive much lefs on that with which the or leg nature of are deemed worthy to je from the of for of any o- 3inion, they might form on fo impor a by the with which the union has feen fit to fome induced to adopt the fenfe of the and conclude that both therein had at the ame with equal and ike of our rights and the decrees and or the fame of to both was alike d by the of the United and woold be attended with tne j Subscribers to Brown's all neutral and their for Dictionary of the Holu are their being that both volumes have or i mipo a r eomc to and arc ready JUST And for Sale at this Printing Office i A J u. and teir and and ir be removed by fair be by ail other in their r ought h to that all fair attempts to re new by an I move faid orders and by tego 1 I the of our government towards and of our relations to each of with the grounds or pretence for palling their decrees and might lead toa different in the minds of only to arrive at and impartial While the committee entertain no doubt on the of the above for the opinion they have ed on of adopting the yet from the language of the it would appear to be the fenfe of the that the fame motives and from both foreign the decrees and orders complained it may be to fuch both as to the dates of the decrees and or as well as to the grounds of pa fling the as have come to the knowledge of your It is that the Houfe be of whatever information can be on a in which it was that if the enemy to the Emperor of and the Decree of Nov. u carry his threats into aod if neutral nations contrary to all in fuch his might be probably vcr to retaliate in his owa aod to orders to hig to adopt towards anr to which net have from his In the of iBor Britannic aa order for preventing ail commerce from port to port of his in laid not of but of other as ei her in alliance with to her dominion by or by of taken a part io the icot In the letter the communication of this der to the of of the U. this order is by the to be by the principles ef the Of and to have induced by a on the part 8f the that tha ed by a decree of the French of the 2 ift Nov. 1806, had in fome been carried into execution by the privateers of bn The American at the month of req nd of the French of aa explanation of the decree of the 31 ft of Nov. aad was that an American could not bo at for the mere was going to or from a port The snifter of the ncan that ir was proper that he communicate with the mi- of exterior relations as to what the of the citizens of the U. States of America de- claring all belonging to or coming from its or though belonging to liable to was to be carried into it was to be in by the American if to operate only in the ports of as conformable to lie although in contravention to the an treaty between the United States and the of Notwithstanding the hopes that I. j A i J
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