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Spirit of Liberty (Newspaper) - January 23, 1816, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -••VO’ti: Pni^TBO jfitlivPUB^LlSEtlSD ApLE^M POFF,. *At TWO uoLLAasper* annum ^ in advance,-or tw5> &otiiAB9 and ^vf    Jj[fwTS    if paid an/tiáie within ' Ihi;    It p^ynrent i$ nej^lectrdon^ , til the end of the yéar, thíbe doi;-XAns vyill be the price/ * ‘    ^ No snbáerlption <iisodBt¡ftoc<ito«ntil áH arrears ar<" paid np    '' ITkRMS Of AnVGBTlSlüB b6esvÜ KJribbbS'^H hn’8, ^rtKs«i, inserted three weck^g    la    b—each iWtWtélttfVcé' 2?> neiK» ‘    " ^ilAWA ion^^t iBtUSrdm «ot^itfittncé 2^ nqht» Foi» NpN>ví'óíiÍ Vn slíf%d4h ret^ lí Á %énti a^edi^thk CaumÚ o/1íi|\xt b/d/r&ana^ Tba|::a»y pers^dís , charging a    rifli^fiifi^evof Within ihe ^odspf cp»*- other ftreiarms wittón i^ l^pdspf ihp Corporation, sb^ll oimej^ cpo» Ttcted thereof; pay t finé í^Uxceeií-ilig five dollar»^to be xosts, on be impri|oned bot«xhceit "^l ingvtwi^e hourt p/»tifin O r Á ^¿52^4lWnb * Sectionf Jot iJk^^UVth^r hi * lOh.* V Si'v ThaJ jfojr B^y bOrM I n or jfifii'noi -V' hWetofore ‘^iexlAed bHií^í%^¿^ Gib os and Ifie s«il\i<!TÍbcr, áéiS^ig¿ fo the arti- Wed- ►hoWaytlfe-^hirífioitept.    > “—* OOOtlTTL *¿1816' Hi -»V ^ *' chilfcct^ .ed not ex(ie"edijagtWelVe*hpap^ Tliis ordinance sh^ t»k<íííéíot be in force from and aftér lhc*^|plh day ofAprilncxt. •    /r*    ;    .. ha^- PtHised tlie tMfenty eighth day oF’ ,^ppj , March,    ..    C/ |V ‘    ^    ^ y Attested on ^ ^GEQRGE RUTHMH:, Maiv>r./^hoi«> V ipmfer \iitnintbe bound^pf tMf pp ; tp^iniit^Q'f Urbaxa / TucVer ]Bc it ftriiuijf 'en t^d^ macfM^ W \m. w i*2w. Fp,a tvALE, UlfKsu'fScrihcr njjers for sa/C ^On Jl'tlf Scrlinii o f haul fitrndsnme 7i/ !nfn itrd dn ihtc irdter^i of K/r^^s tic.ch o>i{)vt ofic w'de (nul a liulf a>>(nc 'iiifot's' mid—Z^V/V// cirrf in dond ortU'r inr I he pi ugh,>—fi g(Kid ijfufng ap])fc orchind on the Sivrne. inr In (lorer* of Meadow, all under a gnoil fence 'J here ¡.s also an exedieu! mill scat nn said land Vo 'divaicr, and a plenfy of timher. Far terms anphj to the subscriber, Urbana WILT JAM MALIN. Urbana, March 19, 1814 j^roond Pnwhich a board^íTO oeen erected or who ihay T ereafter erect a kiln for the purpose of drying boards, plank or timber w^ithin the bounds ofthe corporation—and shall kindle a fire inthe same or sulYerit to be (lone wilhcut oliiaining pí?i*r ® mission f.’om the conncil, shall on V sixteen O' teen han apprais by Benj subst lU a reiii living in Ai>VKRTI8EM ENT By virtue of an order of the court being convicted thereof, |vay a fine not cr^ceedingone hundred dollars, to he collected v/ith costs. This Ordinance shall take eilect and be in force from and after the lOth day of April next. Passed this twenty eighth day of March, 1316. Atlrst GEORGE FITHIAN, Maypr. A U Colw ell, Recorder. NOTICE WILL be fold at public fale on Zecbarial A true April V i 'í»¡ The NEW DUTIES. V •’*    ■*    *X '    »• Ifcngreif úa'epgaged in SiscossinJ IpSilhpiropcf^^^ the bill imppaing.a new rate of duties ww bc^wld at voD irtLclea to be imported into the Ü-l^ied^y tHm in níléd States álfier the SOth day of June trfous artlcle^f next. Thte rate" of duties inthe bril %s Shares    reported, varies to many instaopes liogj a stove and from the tariff recommended^ by the _ be given 6n Oottmi mBntdictdifel»^B**d ttjrenty-'^,¿|iprovcd ee* eight |),efirceulwm on‘Wo^    mann* -Í %{a^tures»; the bill hf twenty e >v'» w t)iia^%ctured' ii .    Í    view    to    prol í#aáffeíp|, She p||ogVthe, pat iU, fiiflf a wftUc cr^c was Pppol i abottt ifS bandi (|iat fbch da^r" Nibble oii the ^near jfeaemí)d¡ng a bt^et %•    ' i' ^ K    ■* [aird wilt bé given cjSeaséC % i«id    if re- impor'' fa’ )ur- 1o*. Is ras as fa give a iifaiheman* in- üla Wthet^ jrl^lly^ prévent or'Jhdirce bmc^gling to elV ferry Pn thC'rthe injpfy ofthe up>ipht^^lt*w*bant.-a tfheve Prank- Thcrejs certamljíajtaSt me^yfnrt;whjchi «ir I ho. A|ie hi|Lre and r£f:ir.' ’-A if. ..    * ought not tq,he over^eppcd.Pxt)'^ gisVtire^^; wrtle they envoaraíi^ít®^^^! , ritsei bifls totb< ipltiyjpjo'seph Redman, Ham;cny townshi p, hoty, one bay Iiari», epteen years old, six-gh, some saddle spots, Extract MWIt ^ Á    ■ Ireaf ’‘Canada, MarcH, % THE WEATHER -On Thnr». day we had .a considerable fall cfsimw ycsterllay morning the cold was very sevvre, this morning at halt past 7, the ihertnoiiiether was 4below 0. f'82 dollars and 60 cents, Walllngsford, junr. and Williams iy f oiti mvestray hook: UCÓñ^JMiJRD,j p. ¿1816    4*3 vv. Hali fax, March 6. rom a gentleman of common-please for the county Saturday the 4th of may next, a ALL persons indebted to the efface of John John dcc‘d. late in (¿nebtc daxtd Jén 250. ‘*I am afraid that we have some Incindlaries amongst us—as the Ordnance Stores were burnt last week, containing several thousand stand of arme From hut an idea of a fire happening at m'dnight, the Mercury 20 (iegrees below 0— wattcr nearly ail frozen, except what was carted from the river I No lives were lost! but several persons Were frost bitten.’^ ol Cluinpai¿¡n, and in pursuance of    lot of ground containing about ten    c.f Bethel towníRip,    are requefted    Extract of ano ler c er    a    e    Que* an r.:t of/i^^fl¿mbly in that case    acres, lying about two miles fouth    to make immediate paymew ; and    ¿’ecZc, Jan. 29,1816. made and provided to still a: public auction field, op Ihuisday theptn oí í\Jay    or reier layior oeco, lerms wm    •p'” ■''5-y    lui ici-    Houses by next, acertr.in half lot in said town,    be made known on the day of faltv    tlement, wjthin one year from the    Ordnance Departments    have    been uIso,on the same day, on the prem Salepo commence at twelve o‘clock *3^^ day of January last.    destroyed.    Many    people    think    they ilts, 22 y\<r« halt'Wood Land, -due attendance by    MUBEN    WALLACE.    •    were    set    on    Are    bv    design, a part of Section No. 6. fownfllip4. KAlMlAHINE TAYLOR,) landre 9.—On the day followinjr,    ®.¡¡ cnthe prtmiLs a certain tract of    ^    ^ one hurdrej acres, part of the S. Ad mi nisi rotor The State of (ihio. Champaign coun Wert qtiarter ot section No. 33.    ty,    Jefferson 'Township, town6. rar.oe 10, and cn the day Taken up by Isaac Zane folio vir.i^, another ccrfain tract of a llrawbury roan hi fifty four acres, a part of lands tn- be fixtcen tcred t y John Calc, in the town- a half hindi iliip of    all late the proper. Itfc hip, ty of Waher Monson, deceased, h>nd lej Terms will he made known on the    *    iTlWIIRiL Appraifcd    to day ot sale, and due atttndance giv fifteen dollars, by John btcphcnfon ta by ,    and 1 homas Dicktnlon, A Hue Til on A NORTON Admr. copy from my estray beck, OLIVE MOxN SON, Admix.    R ALPHLÜWE i. March the 23c/, 1816. Í piiiKÍitld Cebr. i?,ih iSi6. ELUTION OP PARTNERSHIP. \ r    N . HE lyrtnership heretofore exis-Dokb and Hv^Ev.is Ived by mulu»! ronsent. A DOKE, 1) HÜRLEV. trch 29lh 1816 3t3w BLANK Deedf for lale at this office. PAMPfílUETS for sale as above. A board consisting of the Heads of all the Military Departments, sat this day with a view of grtting all the information pos-fiilde on the subject—1 do not know the result.” Latest from France, A Capt Lane, of the Gen. Jackson from Bordeaux reports, that the pro-pie generally of France were in a ve ry dissatii-fied state, great troubles had openly evinced themselves in Lyons and at Paris. At B-^rdeaux on the mnrnini?of iheG^h of Feb the TRN COLORED FLAG HAD BEEN HOISTED ON ONE OF THE CASTLES, but was immediately ta-ken down, and fifteen men put umler arrest. Lord Wellington had left Taris,    C.    U.    B.Prop©rty of the American Antiquarian Society ORIGINAL MUTILATED

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