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   The Adams Centinel (Newspaper) - December 3, 1800, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                        JL N 1 y N o 4. WEDNESDAY December 1800. ol. I. -TRUTH, OUR GUIDE---THE PUBLIC GOOD, OUR AIM.- (j" P 1' lay, and type of this pi's'. -M a. tjhail Me- i "fjO'f 11 ft i- t j 5e paid he. if "jtc.rly, in ad- One Dollar t1.'.1 rc-'t i'.i Jirfi of each half year. Adiertifements, cf no mart length than brendi.ii, infcth-d the the firf} word lie 1, i, i s 11 e i i i K GTO N.'' BUT it is not in ji.ho Is tnat it -uill bs found irt- flrmhre a-'d Thaff wito wijh tj ai q'.au.tcJ with, a ofihe life oj il'C ,nan in   C- {.it I Ui J I it I' _ L r L-f 't, t i for Dollar and jor cadi zoxttrn- in (L more connected jha-i they ancs after, one fifth of a. LoUar. Tlisje ha-uc ytt bssn puttitfitd. Thofewlio exceeding a fqiiare in the fame piupor- to fee an a o iftdi "plav of American "tlon. Ge m-iy bojfrft jpctirnnus of Oratory Tfiofff gentlemen -who i'.nk charge juiaefv htntath tkt'jtjls of Lice, o or pnprrs, iviLl plc.ife .'o ac- cept the jii'cere thanks of t e Laic n-for j Tne Lkcnejs of Gen. f.y Oj- (fa ftj fl their attention and icill coi'fr on him. bv c.: eai as ni tin r to afhiii n. L A jll H 1 MIL 7 ON. for t'iti above wc-y at th.s Pyiiitin-Qicc. YET the dark nigh; of the toroh t fhab not oblcuie the hi (Ire of t his when bra's and i 4! marble fhall have fallen into i'e- For At this Pr DISTILLERS, Of Adams County, Take Notice all thole who are in arrears _it for Dsit-es due to the St.ttcs, on or before rhs ift day of July are hereby, for ihjfejri.'i time, in- formed, that the fame immcdiate- lv be paid olF, either tfifflMyter Smith, Clq. in the. town of Getryfburp-, fubftriber in the borough of York. tiiofe who neglect to comply may depend, that chftreflVs and falcs of their goods and will immediately be ordered againft every delinquent, with- out to perions. CONRAD L.AUD, Colkaorrf the Rev drill? cf York and Adams Count it's. 25, ib'co. marble inai! nave taller into oe- j _ cay, the i'weet rerrcmbrance of THREE SERMONS, ftating briefiv C C fi-i 1.-1 m ,-t It 11 n i rS i V-, v i f-f- i --V.-.-1 his viriues, in proud 4S tranfmifllon to re b' Ihall endure forcvc FRANCIS JOHNSTON and V-'ILL i- AM HAMILTON being dffrroi. r cf pet pe- inatino; the various Euiogtes. htsgiac nmjleriy Orations and ttkcr pro- ductions, both, in pro ft; and which have been and in couxncmorntion of our i r L u s T i o u s WASHJNGlQN, prypaje to compile them in a handfowt; volunis, neatly hyund, an tikfnzjsoj- the >e added an Appendix, con- taining his farewell addrejl in the army, patriotic refiznation bcfrre as cofj-mander in his ii'ife, pathctif and affectionntc legacy to on his retiring from PrefiJ.enlial c'-ia-r leiizr on hii late acceptance of the command of the troops of the United Sides, and Ifijsiy ins tap 11 ill and leftcr-iem. names zuiii tie. March 8, 1800. fj by that ihclr of aj Lancafier, April 26, iSoo HE. foregoing zi'tre firfi jj. b'.ijiicd the; t lh nit. ard it is ivith muck js.titfsSt.on -zee the public, i-iat the nlreadv ferLire.l con- t'ic hvly hope to ilie advice hy fj-ie. cf our a very ad ation zci'J jc to the ivurk. Ji'rfi great difficulty a cnpy has In en proC'irtnl of the celebrated an y ,'et- tJrs puhiifned in at "ft hi} Revol'ttionfi) thcr Ge Waflu, s -a'dl timed tiwjii'cr. It r .11 lenwlicr- r i r> d the t'lLm to Tuich hii r tkat perhaps, noiu but a s t r; c i o could have jo ably and From the evtraorcliiTi- fo :ih Lars h fxpericnud nearly all the valuahlc wafcsz >L fc.r t raork it be reatiy the find they do not hcfitatf t.t it will be truly woit'.y ph'ilic patron- o f -f 'j'" f j J i t tia-jc it in the It ONLY a -jalitat'i; Jlhocl book. They have taken vnt a cur fury ultu 'of it will finb race. It is of much import art thai jhouln infiruchd in the ii'l'11 rinjts man whofe the i i.- intwi-td to be.rbttua.t2. i3join infau; in his crayio (he the Evidence-s of Chriftiamry, and proving the New to he Philip Doddrid'c, O. which is prefixed, A brief view of the argument in fuprjort of tne tn-th and authority of the Scrip- tures of the Old 31 Cents. A Short and Eafy Method wiilt rl DELS the certainty of the Cbriftian Religion is demonftrat- td a to a Friend. By ATr. Charles jg Cents. The PROMPTER. or, a commenta- ry on common fayings and fubjofbs, which are full of Common St-nfe. the bcffc fenfe in the ice 25 Cents. An ORATION'., on the Progrefs of the United States, and Duties in By_Alexander Addifon, i 2> Cents. An ADDRESS to the People of the Y- T ___ War Department, i j Nov 1800. gentlemen who have ap- JL_ plied for military appointments. are in thciervice cf the United States, informed, that their applications, wjrh all the rLComtnendatiori letters accom- panying, were confumed by fire, in the on Sacurday evening la ft. Thofe who defire to be coniulered as csndidates, will fee the pjopiiety of renewing their SAMUEL DEXTER, Secretary of War, fCr" The Printers in the different ftdtcs are i--> give this a place Foreign. o LONDON} Oclobcr 6. PRELIMINARY CONVENTIOX, Between the Courts of Copenhagen and London. United States. By Georg fq. Pries iz-I- T r-7 J. I Cents. Mothers Catccliifm. THE: Shorter Catechifm. fH r Jv_-J Summons And Apprentice Indentures. cj com- the An ALMANAC, For the of our Lord, 1801. beficcs the ufua! Aflronc- rnical CalrnUtions, A Ll.S I" of STAMP DLTTir.S, sorcx-ably to the Law now in A variety of Mifccilaneoivs and en- tertaining of holding Courts of of lloads, ibnr dollars and 80 CcTits; per dozen .-o Cents fingle Cents. 13 A 11 of ihc. Two Cents, rer pound, will he given for Clean Linen and Con on one cenr, per pound, for w oolen fice. a: this Print in -r- Of- _1_ HEIR DiKilii and Britannic ?vTa- animated with an eqml defire of preventing, by a prelinnnary and airsi- csbk- agieemenc, the conlt'quences that migi't arife from the mifnndcrilanding has taken place between them, in confequcnce of the rencontre be- tween the DanHh Irigat-; tne i'reyT, snd lomeEnglifh fhips c.f xv.ir. as well as of re-rftabbfiiinfr to their full extent: t'.ie tclaiions of fiicnr'fhip and confi- dence, by whicii they have, for a long time, been united, br.ve for pur- jioie named and con Diluted for their plenipotentiaries, on the part of his Da- mfli MsjcHy, the Count de Jicrnflo. ff. bis Chamberlain, nnd SLC- ctary of for Affairs; on the of bis Majefty, Lord Wl.it- worth. Kisight of the me ft Noble Or- der of the Barb who. after cornmtmi- cnti'-jg to c-'ch otb-r tiieir full and iff- pecUve agreed to the fol- io vv itijr articles Ait. I. The of right rcf- pcctir.jT the vifiung neutral vcffels convov, fnall be pouponcu to a future Art. II. TheDanifh the Fre- and the veffcIs found under her convoy, fhall be immediately relcafed; and the faicl frigare (hall be i'upplied in the ports of his Britannic with in ihe dly powers. Art. III. In order to prevent the re- newal of differences of the fame na- ture, by fimilar rencontres, his Dan'.fh. will fufpend his convoys until 01 ins jjmanmc iviajuitv every thino; of which (lie may be ii want for her repairs, according to lin friendly ula-rc of allied and Incndb a definitive convention fhall have been elleoted by furthei explanations on tho fame Art. IV. it however to hap- pen that rencontres of rhs fame fhoulii take; pLce before the inftn-ctinns intendrd to prevent them can be effec- tive, it is in that cafe provided, that fhaii not give rile to any mifunder- {landing; and the manner of ieitl'og their reluits ftall be confulcred as com- in the fubflancc of the pre- lent convention, V. Thic, convention fhall be ratified in three weeks from the prcfent date, or ciilicrif poffiblc. Infaithof wliich, we the underfiuned Pk-nipotenrianes of their Danifirand Britannic Ivia'pf- cics, have figned in their names, and by virtue of our full ti-e pre- u-at cj.nvention, ?nd have affixed to it the feal of our arms. Done at Auouft 20, n _ "-1 o s T (Signed) C. BE WHIT WORTH. The late accounts from Bengal, ftate the of a conjpiiacy j'n Onde which bad for us ohjc-e'i the murder of oaaout Ally anache reitorsiion of th'o luce Vizier to the with :'he confeqnent fubvcrficn of the Btitlih in- comr. So complicated is our connediion with this prov.nce that we cannot withdraw from it, and fucb, our hi nation that a decked influence in us adminiftraiinn is ciTcnt-ial ro our iecur.ty. 5aadutAlly, Hioujjh unoo- pular at home, ;s devoted to 'the com-. pany, and has ihercforc their fupporr, rjie people, violently prejudiced Psince, are aui.'.lj.fi the ,-jri The to Aj dCjircdatc -a-Je in l be 14 la the a part o of the Fciil. fora tweb, fuel) s. a- to anniliilasc alfrhe Rfpublir's fnip in that quarter r.fihc ok-be. The capitms made by the ce- lebrated Surcouff, even previous rn rich Dane v. bich he i; (fated bv ri e acccunts to have taken in the Bay Oe Bcii-al, together with the Portnr brig, winch amongft valuables., bad tv.o lacks and an half of dollars OTX c German Ft incipalirje--. PM s the Vllih, no w.fc by the laintnipd fdtc of his Predr-c, ffor unfui tunaits, ir.ftcad -f j c- lloring quiet to bis lonft-dfftracte.! try by an act of general oblivion and by fmli condctl atrachinp.aU pattksro- bisgovetnment-, has betrati it by fiilii g the prifons with the heads of the Re- publican fddion. The pohcv of Bun- naparrr, it will be .'bppoi'ed, rvuld noi pafs unnoticed the p'erfecut on of his the ibiifi- for Mar- tyrdom is pi.flible nf..1 cxi h ted. Neither tnc pro ft ffrn" rc-hrrion or prf.tenned fricndfliipoi iJuonnj.ane, -or acclamations whiclt the j< ve- rcign Pontiff was received by have prevented hi: introduc- ing into his capital 6oco Neapolitans, Icr the prortcSlion of bis pc-i ion and go- veuiinc-nt. It cannot be from an prtnenfion of jjnpular difple-iiuie at the rc-cfiabliflimcnt of lnqi'ifi.ion be- caulo a man who had fuflicienr to know that inch an aft ought ro be op- poled, would not baffily and war.toniy adopt it; that he naturally con- ceives that the people who are folofito bberry, virtue and honor, rameiv ro fubmit to fo infernal an c do notdefervc to be trufled, .'SPAPERf   

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