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12 Sep 1812

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Newport Mercury (Newspaper) - September 12, 1812, Newport, Rhode Island In w a in or Tiline Ftp a Nerti of pc acc in Frederick a of Linin Virgin ii a Lublic dinner Btt-rtiiei0tb ult. Al whih car 200 put Tonia it Down most of whom wept i cd tip Lietsi a and ten were re Iii Kiaup to Iroe a of the Rcv Luton in cd a Brution of firm of Only and Jav biotic course pursued b t Tite minority in con press in oppo Uiol to. The w John a Ken j03&ph a a thu arcs two of that minority attended by invitation. Before dinner h. Fowkli., Esq. Addressed Tho company in an Clu quent arid pm Trio Iio speech in which to Contr sied the state of the country a few years since enjoying Freedom peace wealth and h&p>iues9, with its present conditto plunged into an unnecessary War for which it was in no Wise Pray it ared j and Tho consequences and duration of which were beyond the reach of human fore. A ight Tho resolutions which Fonow evinced a True unadulterated with Fly path to Eccl loft. A re St Ralio nol the of Quot was help 0 act and in Larj of Coundit tee of Doi resp id Cnoc was chosen with a View to the bringing into the govern ment of such men us a to this ruinous War. Would put in cud in cullor wave a 50� Miles Roin inc Loevi oof action ? the truth is it the arc in fault they know it and they four that notwithstanding ajl their the people will know la and punish them for their neglect by giving them leave to retire into pro Tutu life in Hull Raay not have conducted Tho expedition with us much skill us a More experienced general would have done but it is evident to any person a that no general however Brave and skilful he might have Boen could have conducted an expedition planned in amp this has been to a favourable Issue. The thing was Ith possible and if fort a Malden had been taken when Hull first Nide the descent on Canada it would have been retaken by Cion. Brock it must have been starved out As no supplies could Havi been sent to it while the British com funded the lakes at the it indians the Rota throw Ali the . We Njust have a naval foil a on the lakes As us on to Lac Ocean or pc tray expert Many Stich a Lisas Llor As to Biff of in. Hull before we gel Possession of the Canadas. a very Large and resp Stablo Weiting of Farmers and other citizens All democrats but friends of peace of York county in the state of Pennsylvania held on a he 4th inst. Of which Lien. Sherman was appointed chairman and col. George Secretary it was agreed Hon. A get Witt Clinton As a candidate Lor the pts Doncy at the ensuing election and Jared Ingersoll Esq. Of Philadelphia for via president. Vermont the returns already received there is very Little doubt that the next legislature will be democratic although Thure is. Great doubt whether it will support Madison and his disastrous wig. Scr Nator Budley the most influential Man in Tittl state is known Tab Llic jealous advocate of a peace Andrj Are race president. Should such be Jaq Pilicy of the leglalaturem4he�?ovesiilt of Tjie late election cannot 5� the a subject of in Inch Reg r 01�?k a Ltd re 0 r y. Tax Ion a Conadad letters from Albany s4yr that the troops which have been at have re Civ Al it Marc Liing orders a and preparation it i actively nuking for moving Forward in a Dii Section for Montreal Lowic Canada. Tho 6th and 15th regime in Wees of Start on the 3d inst. The recoil its Frew the different St Itea were Ivr oct Ding towards Alt no. Xii a. In Itutti Stirio which Lam <0 ocl Goult Timon find Cuic is declared at an end. Brigadier Gen. Lip of i us is to command the Van of the army on the expedition the 6th regime font col. Simons j l5th col. Pikto aos Litls col. Schuyler Are Ord de to a Hice Hau head of Lake Champl Ilski where they arc to embark a or Plattsburg near the Canada line at which Jila tei at Racenis the troops arc to assemble put to the invasion of the enemy a Quot to frit in that Vicinity. Will it not be Lirow Ous to Van tire our troops to that Adolf tit a spot ii Diu Chad portions ? the troops Are also dope amp the d t6 ciro8, i Kat place Pittsburg is wit Zilfi co ii Les of Toni Treul government Are profiting of thre alarm and irritation produced by hulls surrender Tho regular i ups Aro drawn from nearly All Points and hurried Forward to to e frontiers and the Druied militia and volunteers from new York new Jersey Pennsylvania Maryland Virginia Kentucky and Ohio Are Neur Iyall ordered to March or Pat on duty. The Boston pall ilium says a Gen. Lull is a ii urn of Vays been of the Din it uralic car a was Jim a member of the Senate of that Iuie a major Generi of militia and rus appointed by or. Jct Larson a Over of the Michigan tar Rotor and by in. Madison a a i udder in Noralin in army of the of nixed from the or work of Exning. Croat. A Caff ure of Qun. govern Lent Gazette Lias Aiu it Pul ush cd the tic Lea of Capiti Dutieu by Vav Hicov Gnu. Lull surren amp Vereti High self Aid his army i the British i to Vul be keen by the Ito rial arties Vuich we copy f of the me paper that the administration tend to shift the disgrace of t his shame ii affair from their own shoulders to Coso of on. Hull and his abused of ers and men. Al he intelligencer the army was a a abundantly Strong a the contemplate objects of the sex Iii Ion on which it set put that it a 10 abundantly supplied with very re a a site of ammunition Ottna a a Tores and revisions to secure Lender judicious p prompt movements All the advances looked to from its by ters from Gen. Hull and his officers previous to the capture and in Tod in late it appears amp to such of not the Case they All ree in sting that the army was we hit provisions so weak that soon arrive be most fatal Eoo Quence were to by petted. Nor ii which statement we to depend so a on the accounts of Hull and Hist it Fri Herb written on fat it of of tree to a Culat ions of the the s l a a f me r it. Pill ladle Riua a sep 4. Yesterday a Sabitri Pinion was opened at the merchants a Ofie a House to raise a fun d Fri order to present capt. Hull and Lieut. Morris cack an a pro Prisic me did on their late Gallant Victory about �?~2000 dollars was instantly subscribed. We re Jolo to add that another subscription has originated in this City a Inong the Yov fit men belonging to the society of friends whose religious principles arc opposed to War. The object of this subscription is to afford Relief to the surviving families or friends of those get Plant tars who lost their lives in train Quinin the Honor and rights of their country. New Yolk sept. 9. At a meeting of the common Council on monday Las the following very honourable testimonial of the Merit of the intrepid Hull was adopted unanimously by the Board a the common Council of the City of new York considering a Nayal. Stab lib Hoci i All important to the or fiction of our Commerce a a and to the our country and Griewing the rec int capture of the Botish Friga Querriera by the american i Gate Constitution As not Only illustrating the advantage of a Navy but As reflecting the brightest honour on the intrepidity and skill of capt full his of cers acid Crow esteem it their duty us the municipal govt a nine it of big City to expos Lily eur sentiments on this occasion and to present 4.he thanks of the citizens of new York to bloc Gallant wifi cers and seamen Whit achieved this splenic he tory. A resolved thai the to condom of the City be present fed to. Capt. Hull in a old to i with in tion und Itiat his. Honor the. Jul mayor be i Cru cited to Forward the same with a copy of Elliis Resolution. At the session of the supreme judicial Cotrit in this town tiie last week or. William Gibus and sworn an attorney and counsellor at Law to Pruc Tico uie courts of his Stute. ,. A a society. A the first anniversary Rhode it i Sid medical society was Holden on Thuc first instant in the Senatt chamber of tie court House in Providence when the following gentlemen were decked Oft cars fur the year ensuing of Providence a Fri i a i. by Wen of do. Firat Vicc a we aident. A Jona , of Newport second vice fre aident. Joh i Mackie of Providence Heco Diug Secretary. Will Iam to knew of Newton a a Corn a bonding St Cre Taroj. m. Bau Hows of Providence treasurer. William c Bowel of Providence librarian and Cabinet Keck ter. Cenora fur the Southern District. A Jacii Hazard of Newport. David Kis it i of Newport. Dem la and 1 waking of Newport. J.0s�v11 co Stock of South Kingstown. Cenora for the Northern District. Pardon Bowel of Providence. Solook on Down of Foster. Levi who atom of Providence. Tit Tomas Nelson of Bristol. The following gentlemen were elected kelp is of the society Jere Itrah cold of situate. Levi a Toov of . Hazail in Eskham of Glocester. Peter . Of East Greenwich. Jonathan a e. Haza Iid of North Kings Iowa. An elegant and appropriate discourse was read society by died a tend t. Vauiso one port. I a. Honky k. Run by of Nowich was appointed second Ora Lor for the next a Nui i sary cd v in this town by he a Rev. In. Towle or. William id Mart ii. , Diu Glicr a Quot or James Center of this town. Port of a Kupu to i refit. 12, 4%,2 he Teui a. I ship it it act seat or Sti Bucsi sch r Eagle Fry new York so Fame. Vii Din ditto do. Expire tvs jul Itin ditto. nor Industry Thatcher of cwt York. A arrived on w Educ Day last ship Comet Seabury of this port 00 Days from it. there july Lutali ship George Augustius of in lii Ladelphia waiting for a lit Brig Cornelia Salter do. I Eleanor Gray Doi Oil hones Tuii Terveus to sail in five a for Isop York Wailgum 2d, in lat. 34, 54, Long. 40, spoke so no a Fortuna 2u plays from Cadiz for Norfolk i August 3d, lat. 35, Long 40. Brig Mary 8t Ibiza it a Days from Philadelphia for Matleia August both lat. 32, 20, Long. 45, was Lio aided by the Privateer sch a Jului Engo 21 Days from new York aug. 23tli, lat. 35, Long. 62, spoke Privateer Comet 40 Days from Baltimore 27th, lat. 36, Long. 65, spoke Privateer sch a Rosamond 12-Days from new York sept. 3d, in lat. 38, Long. 68, spoke French Privateer Brig Dili Gojit i6 Days from Norfolk. The Brig Fame Burroughs of this port was at Gottenburg july i6ih. The cargo of Tho British slip Grenada capt. Dutchman of 11 guns from Point Petre for London captured and sent into Charleston by the Privateer Eagle Beauten of new York carry ing one gun and 45 men consisted of 510 Hhd. 51 pierces and 9 bbl. Played sugars 175 Hhd. And 2 tirces Musco Vado sugars 225 adds. Molasses 52 luncheons rum 55 Bales Cotton 132 pierces Coffee 27 bbl do and 40 dozen Castor Oil. Ill twelve Days 2o,000 dolls. from the Sohrn cof Tho 7th Clasi Tif make Ard lottery a Luh com Bencea or jog in Bosty to on the 23d of this Moith a a a a Quot prize of 20p0� dollars do of so of. Do Uoo do of a so do01.50 besides Many of 3�,. 7�o�?making in the whole a no of the most 4 i Liliant schemes Ever a by red in the non hem states a to de due to Jronh Prinea. Or Ders for tickets receive i -ro�o�5-Manlerf or ,m85 each. Quarters 1 37�?but Irise a ic7 prize tickets taken m Fiat mint. I 1 6 10 �o0 look tit grand bisque Hanna canal a lottery class 2d. drawing in Baltimore on the 28th of this month among the prizes Are 12 2 2 2 2 present of of of of of Price of 830,000 30,000 10,000 5,000 3,000, see. 8cc. Tickets Sruti of Jhk Fidi Tail red and prov la Ilttre . A a general Ord in. To end Quot Era pm Ovid tact 18u.v Ipher Congress of the unused St Tes it. Of America he Avin a declared War us it the United kingdom of get at i stain mul Ireland and the dependencies thereof the come Mudish in chef of this Stote Calk on the militia of the a Amo justly to regard the importance of the crisis und to be Rcpt Rod to meet its exigencies with Plom Pineas and with Vigour. Considering Tbs local situation of the state the ease with which it is accessible to naval Force and its defenceless condition apprehensions May to enter Ltd tamed that the citizens of the same May of amongst thou of to i a tar from Marl line attack the commander in Chiei tote Reform a amp piously urges and to quit is Luhe militia to hold themselves ready at Al it tiniest to depend the territory of the state and Ripol All aggressions an it inasmuch As some part of the state May from unexpected incursion require the Aid of i military Force sooner than the same could be Aifoi ded by a special order the commander in Hief hereby order that in the event of such in Ltd Sion or of imminent danger thereof the major general and also the respective brigadier Genera is within the ill limits of whose brigades such incursion tray be made or the danger thereof May exist forthwith to order and fall into act a service All or such part of the military orce under their command respectively As May be sufficient to repel such invasion and ensure to the citizens Protection air a Security. And who Veas this state s quota of the minutia required to be de tactics by the act of Congress of the 10th of april a. D 1812, has been drafted and detached and formed into a regiment under the command of Lieut col. John s. E90y, commandant if Hereof according 10 the authority of a is state the said regiment is hereby ordered to hold themselves ready duly armed and equipped As the Law directs to March on the shortest nonce according to such orders As the commander in chief May i Issue. And whenever any exigency Shal exist to require the Aid of said regiment a a 10 execute the Laws of the ii itch states suppress insurrection Ai lire Pel invasions a As provided by the Constitution and the said act of Congress the same will be ordered into tue Aniual service of the United states and under the com nand president Toner of. I he comi Nander in Chiei cannot permit this occasion to past Witali to pre so ing upon the sober so Cut a ref lion of ajl the citizens the cal Additous of our cd a airy exhorting them to regard with a Juitt Send a the dangers and disasters to which they Are exposed and to display that unanimity result Ilion and patriotic Zeal demanded by a crisis so eventful a to Obs Rve a due obedience to the Law preserve Good order promote internal peace and. Concord Dis courage and super Pis a i riots and tumults and endure As conies Good citizens Ujco severe privations incident to a state of War. And he assures them of his prompt acid cordial exertions in the execution of every ust measure for the Protection of their rights the Security of their Liberty and Independence and for the support of the Constitution. Liy order of the commander in chief Nathaniel Searle Jun. Dju Tofit uhf trial. 11 dollars quarters Sil Ollars but will soon Rise. Cat the office of. Rousmaniere or Barber no. I by 2 Long wharf. Fit. 11. ,4f20ricc. 111 e proprietors of the Redwood _ Lidia and Are notified Oliai their Ivl Euting will be l Olden on , sept. 3uth, 1812, at 3 of clock p. M. At the Library Lioom. A general and punctual attendance is requested As business essentially important to the Liisi aution will men be Laid before the company. Robert Rogers scary. Newport sept. 12, the office of the subscriber is removed to no. 6, Corner of Marl it Burough and Hama Threeta. Gold s. Sol maj. Newport sept. 10._ Thomas Lyman Maying formed a connexion in business with b. Hazard Esq. Iii i s his services to his friends and the Public in getheral for tie perform Aiice of any business in the Luie of his profession. He solicits their patronage Lio i Thor than he shall Merit it by a St. Attention to their interests. A Aport Sci. To i a ii. In Jer of lower part of a very abuse for a Small family situated in thames Streel. Possession Given the 1st of enquire at the office of the Newport m Mercury. T Ano no Bahai Ltd Coll a amp Elo tag in a. Be nth signs will if Dine be drawing a Boston the add inst. And pre a in tit a Rich rep list of High Pri Eft for those who buy once More perhaps Thia title you May gel the Luh i Worth the a a of is 6t the sum of Bce where 15,000 to Afi was Kiely Obla tied for g 5, find you May acc Ohio immensely Rich. Present original Price of Harvar i College % 5-�?halves 2 62�?quarters 4 on Tho 14th will Rise to g 5 so v j. Cut Shapic Newport sept. 11. Loo,000 dolls May be obtained by the pit Baso of one number class of Susquehanna canal lottery which will commence drawing in Baltimore on the 28thin__orders for the above t a kits acc lived it the truly fortunate lottery Ohice of j. A Shaw. Present Price. Wholes b 11�?halvea 5 7 a a quarters g 3�?but on account of the very a Reat demand for them will Hoon Rise. Newport sept la. Al at ii ctn. On tuesday St it. U0, at of clock a. M. In front the Ator of h Bull 8c1co. A a Aqua Iti it of household fur Nitu re belonging to he est let of Samuel to Ihben deceased. A Gideon in Almeh adm a Newport sept. 10. A 1 to be sold at Public auction on oct. 17, 1812, a a o clock a. M. On the fir Miara in Virine of a decree of the Hon. Us Treme judicial Cotrit. All the right title and interest off wifi Crandall late of the in and county of be Poi Dee eyed Testate in a certain lot of Ltd an tie dwelling House thereon 8taiidingt situate on Easton a Point in said Newport being the late residence of Sidd at the Lime of Sale Margah amp to Crandall adm sept. 10. N o t 1 c r. A Chhe creditors of the firm of Lynip m Coors ii Bon Are hereby Noti fled that a meeting of said creditors will be Holden at the four come in Tiverton on saturday the 26th most. At i o clock p. M. For the Purk be of advising measures Honor no Abie for their Benefit and to hear any Juver tip a that the so id i irm May see fit to offer. Alt Wllliam l Iverta sept. 5. United states of America. District of Rhodry Island a. co sundry Warr Tius irom the Hon. David Leona by Baa Isi. Judge o the dial Rich court for the i Turici a fore said i do hereby give Public notice that inv Lullow no have been died before Khe said judge namely a a a an Linlor fruition by William clubby Esq. Collector Dorthe custom Tor the Dilitta of Newport in will Raof Hhode-lil4nd, in behalf of the United states of America again la a so p or Zeftel tailed the euphrates of new lied Ord whereof Vail de Costa was matter a also her Ackt Appa Iet. Fum iture and boat Gesher with Ler cargo on Board enumerated la tie Aid ii hip s Maniett As follow �556 Bates 405 casks 144 cases 253 bundles of pans 31 Oun Lesof Heel 72 Trun its 40 boxes of Mullard. 29 anvils 1 crate 110 bundles hovels 2 boxes 18 baskets of hones 61 casks nails. 430 Iron pots. 5 tons Rod Iron. 57 tons and 15 Hundred of House Coal 45 bundles of Spades and 5 tra rest it for an alleged Viola non of the of the United a iia ifs. An information by William , Esq. Collet tar of the cd Finis Lor the Oil rat of Newport in said of Rhode it a l4nd, in behalf of the United states of Amanca a gainful a ship or Teffel called the a a i Une 01 new York whereof jul Niv. Hoilo was , her tackle apparel and furniture and boats together Wuh her cargo on to it Oard enumerated in the Laid slip pm a via of Loil As follows 302 Bales 182 , 372 casks 26 boxes 83 bundles of pans 13 Caks 01 nails 14 a ke<8 of Jones i cite of lines 16 anvils 6 bundles Spades. 26 Bakeis 12 ii Andrei of novels 4u chests 49 trunks 1 barrel tro Kerji Ware i sett Tea trays 40 it of cheese 6 Art facial an add Guti Viu Lazion of the. the United states and trial will be had on each of the fore Gobi g information at he District cart to be but Den at Newport within and or the ii Fitio of Liode Leland on i in la Ltd tue c f oct Otier next of which All persons it fre fled a Vili take Notum and govern item Ives accords a it Gly. Give Unter my a d m kept pwt bit Irav of refit 4. D Ibi i edbne2er k. Doxier mar tall. Committee # k u t 1 c v. Rise subscriber having been duly Al App tinted sole executor of inc last will and testament of Christ Fiher a Fri nor Esq. Late of non Kingstown deceased and having Given hoods according to Law for the fair Fol discharge of the Niht in Ireby committed to him request ail persons who Are indebted to the estate of the testator o make in mediate payment and those who have any demands against it to Exi ubit Theiu for settlement. George b. Gardner executor , augus�t3l. Portsmouth h Woolen manufactory. I e subscriber informs his friends t and the Public that having pc cured a Superior v. Okmun As a off Thier who liar it derived Mueh information from practice with an european it ainu facture will in futures be Able to carry on the business in a manner equal to Uny similar establishment in the United strictest attention will be paid for the punctual performance of All orders and every favor gratefully acknowledged Samue. Clarke. S . 8c d. P Lawton Hae on hand a Yuri Ely of american Mannii Clur quoted Woolen Lwoods consisting of Kerse Meres Satui Fitts acid Plains of various colors also in Rannels blanketing 8cc. Of their out in manufacture. Ports my Mth i 1 j sept. La. No r i c a whereas /.rfic, wife of the Solh scr to t Frh a eloped irom his bed and to it Ard arid o behaved herself m an u becoming Nisi Ner a i hereby forbid All eods tru Fiig or her on my account As i am determined to pay no debts of by contracting from this Date. Hinca Wilcox. Some Kingstown sept i. J i f l

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