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   The Adams Centinel (Newspaper) - January 7, 1801, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                        ent WEDNESDAY, January 7, iSor Vol. I -TRUTH, OUR PUBLIC GOOD, our, AIM.- The Cemine! is publfoed every on paper and type of which this is a fpecirtien and foru'ardi-d to juch places as ftwll dirtied, by the earlujt op- portunity. The annual price is Two Dollars; to belaid half yearly, in ad- vance. z'iz. One Dollar on receiving the number of each half year Advert'feirsents, of no more length than breadth, in fined the fir ft four times for Ons Dullar and for each nnce after, Orie fifth of a Dollar. Tliofe exceeding a fquare in the fame propor- tion. For A- this Printing-Office. THREE SEK.MQ.VS, frating briefly the Evidences of Chriilianicv, and proving the New Tc (lament to be F II A N C E. STATE PAPER. CONVENTION beiireen tht French Republic and the United States c-f A- merica. r-pt JL H E Firft- Conful of the French Republic, in the name of the F.'ench people, and the Prcfident of rhe U- nited Slates of America, equally ani- mated with a clcfire to put an end to the differences which bave arifen be- tween the tvvo States, have refpective- ly nominated their Plenipotentiaries, and in veiled them with full powers to negociate upon thefe differences and terminate them That is to fay, the Firfi: Conful of rhe French Republic, in the name of the French people, has nominated fur Flenipotent iai les of rhe genuine. By Philip Doddridge, D. I Republic., rhe citizens Jofeph Buo- which is p.refixeJ, A brief view of the argument in fbppon. of the truth and authority of the Scrip- tures of the Old Tefhincnt. Price 31 Cents. A Short and Eafy Method with the DEISTS Wiierein the certainty of the Chriftian Religion is cd In a letter to a Friend. By Mr. Charles Lejlie. Price 19 Cents. "The PROMPTER; or, a commenta- ry on common fayings and fubjeets, which are full of Common Senfe, the beft fenfe in the world. Price Cents. An AT ION, on the Proofs of the United States, and Dunes in ir By Alexander Addifon, Eiq. Price i Cents. An ADDRESS to the People of the Unifeci Spates. By George Wafh- ington, Efq. Price j zf Cents. T FT E Mothers Catechlfra. T H E Shorter Catechifm. naparte, cx-ambaffador of the French Republic at Rome, and counfellor of ftate Cnarles Pierre darci Flcurieu, member of the national infntuic, and of the office of longitude of France, connfellor of ftate, and prefident of the fcction of marine: and Pierre Louis Roederer, member of the national in- ftirute, counfeilor of flate, and prcfi- dcnt of the inferior and the Prefident of the United States of America, by and with the advice and confcnt of the Senate of faid States, has appointed for their Plenipotentiaries Oliver EllT- v, orth, chief juftice of the United States, William Richardfon Davie, ci-devant governor ol' North-Carolina, and William Vans Murray, refideot minifter of the United States at the S ummons At And ALSO An For the of our Lotd, 1801. Containing, befirjes the ufual Afironc- having exchanged their full powers, and paticntlv and carefully dif cuffed their refpeclivc interefls, have agreed to the following Art. i. There fhall be a firm, invi- olable aud univcrfal peace, and true and finccre fricndfhip between the French Republic and the United States of America, as well between their countries, territories, cities am! places, as between their citizens and inhabit- ants, without exception of perfons or places. 2. Tlie Minifters Plenipotentiary of tlie two parties, not being empowered at prefers t to agree relative to the treaty of alliance of the 6th of Febru- ary 1778, to the treaty of friuidfliip J and commerce of the fame dare, and I to tlie convention of the of Nov. J nor ro th? indemnities mutually due j an.i claimed, the parties fhall further negociatc upon thefe points at a conve- nient time: and until they fin 11 be a- upon theie points, the laid trca- ties and convention fhnli have no eflecl mical Calculations, A LIS f Of arid rhe relations of the two nations STAMP DUTIES, aoiv to the Law now in operation.__A A variety of and en- tertaining o? hol.lmg Courts of La of Intel eP Roads, ice, per four dollars and So Cents; per dozen 50 Cents fingle 6 Cents. NOTICE. A LL perfons indebted to the eflntc of JOHN GOUDY, deceafed, late of Franklin coun- ty, cither by bond, notejbr ac- count, are rcqtiefted the fame before the 2cl February next. And thofe who have demands agaJnft fnid eftate are required to prc- lent them, properly authenticated, for iettlement, to WILLIAM HAMILTON, Ex'r. m'jtrlmd Townfiiip, Dec. 30, 1800. lhall be as follows- 'I he fhips belonging to rlie taken on either fide, or which mav be taken before the exchange of ratifica- tions, fhail be up. 4. J he properties captured and yet not definitively condemned, or which may bckaprured bsfoie the exchange of ratifications, except contraband mer- chandize deOincd for an enemy's port, fnall be rnutur.lly refhored upon the Ibl- lowing proofs of property, viz. On the one part and on the other the proofs of property relative to mer- chant vcfieis armed and unatmed fhall be a palfport in the following form. To all whom chcfc prefcnis fhall come, be it known, that power and permiffion has been given to------, mnl- ter or commander of the veffU called the------, of the city of------, of the burthen of------tons, or thereabouts, now lying in the port or harbour of deftincd for laden that after his fhip has been Nifirecl, and before his departure, he fhall make before officers aphor- ized for that purpofe, that the faid fhip belongs to one or more fuhjecis of the execution of which form fhyll be annexed to thefe prefcnts, in order that he may obferve and caufc to be obicrvcd by his crew the mari- time ordinances and regulations; and give in a lift figned and attcfk-d, con- taining the mines and firnarncs, placts of birth and abode, of the peifonscom- pyfing the crew of his fhip, and of all on board her, whom he fhali not re- ceive on board her without the know- ledge and jiermifllon of rhe officers au- thorifed for that purpofe; and in eve- jj ry port snd harbour where he fnail en- ter his fh-p he fhall flicw the prcfent permifllon to the proper officers, and make to them a faithful report of all thar has pa {fed during his voyage, and carry the coloms, arms and flr.os of the French Republic or the United Sattcs during his faid voyage in teflimony of which we have figncd thefe pre- fenis, caufed them to be couiitcrfi-Mied by and thereunto put the ieal in the year of of our arms. Given at our Lord-------. And this paffport fliall be fufEcicnt without any other document, notwith- fhhding any regulation to the contra- It fhall not be necefTary to renew or revc-ke tins paffport whatever number of voyages the faid fhip fhall have made, unlefs they Oiall not have return- ed home within the {pace of a year. With refptcl to the cargo the proofs Hull be certificates, containing an ac- count what place the fhip has left, and where it is going to, fo that prohibited and conn riband merchandize may be diftinauifhcd by certificates, which certificates fliall have been made by the officers of the place from whence the fhip fliall have fet out agreeable to the accuftotned forms of ihe country. And if thefe paffports or Cci or both, fhail have been deftroyed by accident, or taken away by force, the want of theari fliall be fupplied by e- very other proof of propeity admifll- ble according to the general ufage of nations. For other fhips befides merchant fhips the proofs fhall be the commifn- ons they article fliall take frrrn rhe date of the fignaturc of the preftnr convention; and if by the cUre of the faid fignatnre, propeity heve been condemned contrary to of the iaid convention, and previous to the knowledge of this piilanon, tiie property fo condemned fhall he rciiored or paid for. 5. The debts contracted by either of rhe two nations towards the indivi- duals of each be acquitted, cr the payment fhall be in rotnfe ns if there had been no m.fundcrflanding between the two States; but this cldiife fhall no: extend 1.0 indemnities claimed for captures or condemnations. 6. The trade between the two par- tics fliall be free the fhips of the rwo nations, and their privateers, as well as their prizes, fliall be treated in theirre- fpcctive ports as thofc of the mofl fa- vored nation, and in general the two parties fliall enjoy in each other, with refpcct to commerce and navigation, the Jamc privileges as ihe mofl favor- ed nation. 7. The citizens and inhabitants the United States may dif pole by will, donations or otherwife, of their goods, moveable, and immoveablc, poi'cfied in the European territory of the French "Republic, and the citizens of the French Republic fhall have the fame power rhe with regard to the goods, moveable and immoveablc property 'pofiefled in ihe tcrruory of the United States in fa- vor of fuch perfons as they fhaH The citizens and inhabitants of one of the two Stares, who fliall be ru-irs cf the goods, moveable and im- moveabic property firuate in the other may fncceed ab inteflat, without there- being any necefiity for letters of neu- trality, and without the efTc-el of this ftipularion being conteftc'd or impeach- ed under any pretence whatever and the did heirs, heiher bv private i ightr or ab imejlai, fliall be exempt from'all right whatever, of any one in cit hereof' the two It is agreed, that: this article fhail not derogate in any manner from the laws which are in force, in either of the two nations or vvhich may be promulgated hereaf- ter againft emigration and alfo, that in cafe tlie laws cf tlie two States {hall limit to foreigners the excrcife of ihe right of immovable property, f'ucli imrnoveablc property may be Void, or otheiwife difpofed, in favor of the in- habitants or citizens of the country wnere they fhal! be fituate and ic fnali be open to the other nation to e- ftablifh funilar laws. To favor tl-.e commerce of both nations, it is agreed, that if war, which. God forbid, fhuuld break out betwcerx 'the two nations, the merchants and ther citizens, or refptftive fliall be allowed on both fides fix months aficr the declaration of war, during which period they fliall have time to retire, with their cfTeels and moveablcs, which they may carry away or fell, as they may think proper', with- out the leaf! impediment their cff> ds and ftill Ids their perfons, fhall not, during the period of fix months, be feized. On the contrary they fliall have paffports, which fhail be valid for the time neceffary to enable them to return home, and thole paffports I fliall be given for themfclves, as'well as for their fhips and effects which they fliall defire to take or lend-away. ihcfe paiTports fliall Icrveas protecti- ons againft all inl'ults and all captures on the part of privateers, as with ngsrd ro thcmfelves as their effects? and if within the term above mention-, c-d ihtre fliall have been comnvrtcd by one of the two parties, its citizens or inhabitants, any towards i heir peiioi.s or property, "they fliall have complete fatisfaction. 9. d.bis due by individuals of one of the two nations to the indivi- duals, fliall not, in cafe of war or nati- onal difputc, be itqueilcred or coiifif- catcd, no more thtsn the claims or funds which fhall be found in the pub- lic funds, or in tlie public or private banks. ic. The two contrufting parties may nominate for the proiei.'i ion of trade, commercial Kgent-, wlio fhall re- fide in France nne! in the United States. Each of the parties may accept fuch place as he fhall judge proper, the refidence fhall bu any rgenr can exercite nis he niuft be accepted according to tne re- ceived forms of ilic par'y to which he is i'cnt, and when lie fhall be received and provided with his exequatur, he fhali enjoy the- rights and prerogatives which are enjoyed by fimilar agents of the mofl favoured nations. i i. The citizens of the French Re- public fhall not. pay, in any ports, har- bours, cotititries, iflarids, cuics, and places of the United States, other or greater duties or imports, of what: natuic foiivcr they may be, and whate- ver names they rr.ay have, than thofa which the mofl favoured nations are, or fhall be bound to pay j aud they   

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