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The Adams Centinel (Newspaper) - February 11, 1801, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania JL Oi OM i n( ii. WEDNESDAY, February i 1801 Vol. L OUK n K P V I I C GOOD, O U il A 1 M.- Wcdnefdayi oilpaper and type this is a to juch as iJij.ll bf. by tnd L'artirfi op- portunity.------T: -J pri'ja is Two Dollars to in (id- Dollar on receiving the Jirjt number of- each Ad of no more length than brendrk. Infer ted the fir ft four for Ona Ddixr a-id for turn ar.cc after, one fifth cf a Dollar. Tnofe ex-ceding a Jqiutra in fintc prupor- A NOTICE. LL peri, to the eiTate deceafed, late of r.ie.ialieri townfhip, Adams Counry, eithc" by bond, note, or olhervviO-. rrq'ie-tedlkto come forward, besViru day of March nex' 'd rTVior.-jjfefoe iirne, oclierwifc ;c as the law who have de- mands ag.iii.lh it.IJ efli c are to prefenr tru properly authen- ticated, for i( r.'-. .vcnf., to Mary Executrix, Edivxr-i arrfcM, Fob. 3, he 2000 do'i Edit cf CITY OF C O N G II E S IS. O tt S 1C O F II n P R S E N T A T I V E S. The firft circuit is to be com cf the dii'lrifls of Ixlaffachufetts and Rhoc'c ULinci. 2a circuit, Conncclicur, Vermont, Albany and New-York. 3'i rirc'iir, jerf y, Kaft and Weft Pennivlvania, and 4th circuit, Maryland, and Eift an.! We.-ft Virginia. jtii circuit, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. 6th circuit, Ealt Tennvf- fee. Kentucky and Ohio. To each of thefe circuits are to b: appointed an attorney, clerk, nod inar- fnal and other ofiicurs of a cciirr. Tlie ium in which is roads at thcfs fcveral i-ircuit courts is 400 dollars, the feverai orcmf iadi except th'iiV of Kc'jt'jrky, Tc.irK-ifee, and OlvA The new s'CPtilations and of Uiis law arc to aiTc-H the; nex.1 cities oi the Several circuit ecu its. rn wii.jm is referred all bull fiefs heietofei'.; pccu- A mcfugc was received from the Senate wuu a Sorter the C'Mnrnif- fmners of the City of Wsfhin.-rtnn. in- been provided for the fitii.igr of i ho Su- preme Conrt. it be necciJLuy to fix npon forne part of the cnpi CM f-r that ptr.-pofe. Referred to a commit- tee of three members.. The ye-iS and navs on this biil beinsr called for irji, againtl it provifion for preventing the conceal- in ij; and harbouring or" flavts from ilate into another, taken up, to, and cumnriitrcd to a of live. The rHoLuion oropnfeil yefierdav hv Mr. Riukdoc, fjr the appoiHtniont f-r ;i juioi conimittee on the parr of t'r.c JrTouie, jninrly a committee on the parr of the Senate, to afcertaia and report a mode of examining and count- ing votes o-" and Ylre- and oi notifying tht-perfbr.s tLcVd of the'r fieoUon, and to !.ilc- Hme, place and manner of ad- the "ith of office ro Psci'dcMt token up, adopted, a cuniiyiiuec of hva appointed. ry, with aatnority to appoint fuch clerk or dcrks ilie mcnt thereof., as he may judge ucc f A T u e T i a fa r. n a r v 20, ii.N bill, for the more con- venient organizirion the Courts of ihe United rer.d. The prinripic feat' er. of it are as follow Tiifi court is ro coniifl of live ff vvhum fhfill be (lie chief jafticc: ihe ftf-rm of i1; is to be Jitld EC the Citv' cf in escli ve r, the h.ii of which wdl be held in ij-. xc. Unvt'U r.rc r, !je divided inrc rf r" i- p_- .he 't- of ch caller! o i.-.rm unc i.'if- T'.s re-.r, r.--r-L Of of MLiOtc'.'i'iCr- 1-: the dil- trict ".i t- 1 the (jiil't let of 6. ;aori 7. 1'art i.i A to be called the diiV.C of 8. ty be the diihict of -v. i Cj. i lie dilC! i1 'j v'. 10, 'I he ealL. i i, c t. i t -f rerufv'i- i r. 1'Iic di.1r.tt of i'j" vania. J2. Thf fiifr: A f -.jv.nr.-. 13. T'lie Cilitl i 1. 14. '..oi 25. The vv-efl 36. The N1. C-troMin. 17- The ciifcrv' S 18. The ,f 19. The tliflr-c-; ?fl K r.n, irt-e. 20. Thenii'rv "1 -ant 21. The cliflr K. -.-ix-kv. 22. The Nort i '-f-y indiar.a Terriiorics to be the diihict of Ohio. Thefe fevers! atr; to CCMTI- noic fix circuiti, -u h rf iiici: three: are 10 Le orr 'i whom is to be cl-fxi-iyn.-.fd judge two of a; lu iorirs u rurrT, Janaarv 21. Mr. Rutle'i'-c UKJ on ihe table th- fol I o w i rj jr rei o! i' i >.5 :i Rcjolved, "t hr.t a co.romiii'-e be nr. pr-inted to join wilh a cotnraittcc be aopDinted on the part of Senate, to afcertain and report the mode of examining the vote's for Pro- ficient and Vice-Prcficent of the Unit- ed States, and to notify rhe v. ho fnail be e-lec'teri of their clcctir-n alb' to report the mode of adrnitijft-jriiu tho- oarhs of to the Pr'.fMcnt. aOcr I'.'nvj intrrr'.ic- tory obiervacinns, evincive of thr im- portance of tlit: rr.ovcj a bo appointed m er.tjrdi c in- to iht- cxpeciciice ol ni.Ucinr ii.Tru-r r proviiions to prevcru tno of iT.ves one ffaie to am-iber, in tnc tei .-.'to: of tlir- ol hau'.ouniig fuel; He hoped that as D..-V: 1 fylvania, Jerfey inrl Virg n-a, pe- culiarly arrat ir, of fix rn t. k- iag I'-Iury jlierc. fornc of rr. froiTi i i: in "i1. r s r tic. c iii.i t, te cc-r.irni -i Prehdoni a t f of tiie pi t I firit of the itfon Z2. Mr. Ntclio'.cf, ii'rm .lie rcc to been referred iwo .ti- ons, prcp-i.'i.d js arnrnciajcni-. r-> the of the Uiikc.i .Sr a in reiati.-.ri to tht- of prcfucnt and Vicc-Prefinuit, and mcnj'btis of made a report on that fub- jofl, v.-hich rc.-a.i, d, reeled to be printed, rorn niittcd to a commit- tee f boufe. is rx ;-ori is ami conclnclcs Friday, January T. w resolutions wefc laid en by Jr. Harper, and di- rer ted ro be prizited. Tiiat fr.r completing the public buildings already commenced ac the city of Wafhiugtan, the fum of dollrsrs to be paid in annual snfta'-r.erus of one hundred thou- '-thd dollars each, ought ro be advanced by the Stares by way of loan and that ihs public property at ihe '.aid ciry? nfrer dJfcharniniJ t'se inctim- bra-icss incurred ior advances for ihe faid "city buiidinjrs, tu be pledged and. applied under the of Cortgrefs, as a fund fur the rv-ircburfprnent of the faid loan. That the faid lum and ail iisms applicable to the fume ob- tc. anci bercdtter to be received, or zto'-.v on hand, oopht to be applied un- The ciirfction of the Secretaries of State, Treafury, Navy and War D-jp'i'tmcnis, with the approbation of tjiv- tlie United States; a "id that the faid Secretaries or any tmce of ihctn, ought to be empcwered to employ a proper clerk or for the account? uf the faid ex- and all j'uitable architecls, and fur carrying on com pleating iaid buildings. ?lived, I'hat a fuitable apartrrent or ai-.iitmenrsin that part of the capitc.l ilrea-iy ought to be fntt-d up f'-r :he temporary accommodation of t.e of the United -States, au- pointcd, nr hereafter to be appointed, to ho lu id in tiie laid city, and of fucli us may hereatcer be appointed 1'L hvid ihfein for ttK- f v jbin, iiii'l thnz in (.ornplearliio tbc of ihe v, Vc So on ,n- wcre r, ;i be y to aPe'-tain tba nc'i-tbwatdiy lice .if the true! of in rlic N. VV. re- jfkrvcd by rhj bounfv rioins of the officers and f'o.'d'i- ers of the Virginia io report bv bill or otheiwife. llefulvi-d, TL'iit the Cnmmiiree of .Commerce and lYIanufaclurfs be in- flriiiSled to entjuire inu) the expediency of continuing; me lt .ict fi-rti.crru inf- j'end ihe crmrnercinl irfercourtb Ke_ tw-en the United States Fiance, and the ch-pendcncios thereof; fo re- port by biil or othcrv.'ill'. ed a reK i; i 1 in- in nto N-rnohon, r'e r oir.n.ittt o to i trir.l f her he !ai-.l court to be TJI trad- re -n. That the fum of d'.I.a- s oiip.i-.t t( be aprnpristecl rr.-.vi'rds rhi; efUHdhrr-niLof'd al ro be fipr! sc.i ur.Jcr the the Secrci.u y ol Siarc, pnd T laii-'bisj aparlrnt-nt in r, I.: t: udurh is nnw finini-a to firted up for the i eruption oi d L-'br-iry; aii'i that when the c'. pitrd H'Lill be corupleatfd, fuit-'blt- a_ for the and ufe Id.d Libraiy ought to be therein. Tiint the furn of di'llars to be appropiiated for the iuitable of tb.e I'rtii- dcni's boiifc, to be applied under iht; firvciion of the .SiTrctaries of Tre.iinry. and Navy with approbation of the Prcii.'.cnc of tlie United Sta'c-s; and the i.iid or any ihrft: of them, to be empcnvcrcd ro employ a i'uiuble for thif. i tic Jiorirn of Com- P'i of rhc city of to !jc di'roiitiriued, and tin: i r p'-opcuy ro hs placed ur.dcr the di- of ;hc bccrctai'v of tiiof Tredfu- Tucfdav, January 27 Three cngrofiVc bills, "one entitled, u Au aft ibr tbt- ants of bind 1- r tbe rf'c; cf refu- gees from (hi: ol nadn '.11 act. i nsi or- of and one entit-trl, fc< n ?4M the tHiiiHj oj" rj-.-odi p "la.'- dclphia sverc feve- rai iy read and pa (led. P.lr. alter feveral prefatory obi-rvatums, moved the foliosvii r-J, folution, which and or dercd to lie on he table- j hat a crmmitfte ap- pomi'.d i cntMjire imo the- arucrdine; eiitit'.ei-; An fcl and to am-i ii.j the Ad., An fx'f. N-. an ura- formjuleof ec fore- real the law Hed oo rhat luDJeci, i'o as toadj-iit rcfi 'cr.t within ft limi, b, and under ihe jur fciietion oF f-.iriv' -..ii, ,t v.s, pi ;or to i lie lifj-h i-.j j, r.nd v, bo ie'.de i ihe SiaiLS. 1 Ilcafi- irfoivcd intoar.om- ir.ittot- of the le o- a ief< re- S, it ci: to rc.pcai the aiM, entitled, Art yet, ro provide for the of dwelling und t he c nr i ijis 'i a liy delsatc. ra! l-cr of ;i de'iiltory in. vi nic'i Mel.i s iid, Baya, (i, Dana, Chaplin, Co i er, Karper, arid (jaba-, n roc i t" a -.Li ifu.-i rr: 'n. r ;i were tben it f. h L f. :in A r j- f lu-.c.i. havijr ihe i-r al j'pi' '.r r.i'.-.! with in- fl; uciions to report a for that pur- ny tlie j.i :r- ;n r ;.e d to ex-, miff itifs or f ap- a report, which was J: is very fobv pnto a fr.aie- rr.e.i; <.f the buftnefs ii in lhat giving
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