Spirit Of Liberty in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
23 Jan 1816

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Spirit Of Liberty in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
23 Jan 1816

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Spirit of Liberty (Newspaper) - January 23, 1816, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania abare rale of taxation incluileí il:e character 1 hold it ¡n the utmost ^ i .T    . o. ,    j-    contempt. We find it extremely proportion of the United S a es, i-    {q obtain a place of depo- rect tax assessed on this state, the *"e for our stores, and the only plausible reason they could give SPRINGFIELD DOMESTIC payment of ^hich has been assumed, SVP. Letters from Washington give tor,not immediately grantiug os perraisi¡o^uü|||£^u^wa8 a lioctil 8| 0otne reason to apprehend that the rh tic MAN. The of this op] to their ACT UR IN B ADVERTISEMENT. fPANY. r    " irs tVAál thctnselres section in the national bank bill^ % which authorises the President to ap< point five, of the directors, Will be suiken out in the Senate. If it should we •Kef cents cents rather than give dp its iaViog feature, and wouldtteai man for cent. It <«( dctretncly dang< to tr«rerse the ftreets of a Spanifli town after funset—a mans life it sincerely hope that the republi- in ccniinual jeopardy. From the wTd™ neglected (tate. of the' fortifications of |ir^, cans ip th^bouse will    disagree    to    the    at all the'Spaniih towns 1 have yet    their feeo, I am induced to believe thal    Í? ^d crush the    bill    altogether    government is in a deep de* cline. Our force would be fuffi*    pvi ficient to jay nearly all their towns    w Tlie bank will prove worse than a on the Mediterranean coaft under' cbntributioni It is rumoréd befe, pestilence to the country, if the gov-    authority I know ernmentdonot preserve a powerful    ¿otj that á way with th¿ .United    beáblél Stales is expected,    neT' ‘ —king of Spaid.ifvas to be thoriiy allied Bo8t05 March* 19 to one of the 'Portiiguese royal family, coii^ The Washington 74, com. Chauncey, and to receive for his condesctnsion rcftfjri whtch^twb or three days since drop forty rniilions of dollars. Generali oldth ,ped doi^n the barbof is still lying Ballasteros and Castaños are senten-dear fort Independence. She is ex- ced to serve as common soldiers in pected to sail shortly for the Mediter- the Spanisl| árQiy,á^ many other dig ^Úi ranean.    tingilished characters are eqbally pcf^    They ^l ' V —    secoled by the royal authority; tKcy Co^ii^ Com. Decatur reached this city last    áre to be sent to poutaya M$panish for    sell wl ^    ,    .    tiñed4own on the Barbary shore hear night onhffe way toKorfolk—    the    entrance    of the strlfts. ' Richmond Eru    1 have not founda second Amérj^ —    "    yet, 1 have seen some/bahdso^ LATEST FttOM ENGLAND iSpanisb ladies and ao ioddmerabic quantity of^ly o|É8¿ WSm ^ The Laura Ann, arrived, at Boston the FÁl^^^iómbia. European '.I I frdm Liverpool, brines English pa manners ire yarj^.iifcwt fcpm 6i tltttTlllWll. BXLt. 'Y virtue of an order of the court of common pleas of Champaign county, and in pursuance of an ACt of the general assembly of the state oí Ohio, in that case made and provided ;—I ty of returning thanks shall proceed to sell at f pÚit auction m and the public in oo the premises, on th^ ^lsjkof May liberal ehcohragement next, all the real estate of Henry with since the com- Rains deceased, láte of Boston town• MAllvr ACTuaipd ship, consistiog of FIFTY ACRES ^Eti^riELn. Th^ of handy iSith the improvements there WOOL Oi^t on. being a pajit^ sectioii jio. 17^ ÍES in complete township 4, and range 9 ofwool,otieof which Ter ins will be thade known on the [erino, they also, have day o{ sale^ abd diie attendance giv* ling Machine which ehb| rrt pojtin operation.—    d^AMES    GATES, éoiMon Wool at 614    ,    Administrator. 1 Ml^no Wool at 121 2 Ntvo Boston, April l5th. 1816. i^ááná of clean hogs jpamr everv 8 piwrndi    ADVERTISEMENT, te i^wisb to have T> 1 will he dtfeiuj X) V virtue of an order of the coart p^ed and cleniea of Comtnon Pleas of Champaign coun-ishk>f every kind, as ty,and in pursbance of an Actofas-^jdson the^^perpref semblyof the state of Ohio: I shall jroolto náike goodnroils proceed to sell at public auction on the ¿Erom the ion^ cXj^rU premisef| oa the first day of June next, lOagerln tbe carding of Two Hfpses and Lots in the town of (imt eApenSe tney hiye Drbapa, late the property af Alexan • yring their Má^hioi^, dtr Woods deed, where due att^ " "ilvf| that they Will dance wiU^ be given, and* conditions »rk in such a hian- inade IcMwn by a^ebf poblic liEOBGE FITHIAN^ htahcfl' ,    AdmiiDSliidibr^^ I, knd they will'be m receive afid dress ibedher at^fbortno- itTon Mandfac ó ip complbte operation, neril assortment of andv wbicb they will retail^ e ^applied with Cot* issibn brpprehase. FItHSR.|k Co. yí^¿l<)tb,1818 doTla^ AwaV from tie' subscriber some time last fall,a BLACK MARE COLT, two years old this spring— No marks recollected. Any person taking up said colt and delivering her tobne, or giv ng information so that I f;et h^r again, shrill be handsomely ewarded. ALLEN M POFF. tJRBAVA, April 16ih. IB16 jnlelligencc by:captaÍB Lake ofidi^^nr bancc's in the Pi;eóch kingdom, and that the Englisb prints have been siis-. pended, and the Edinborgh Review interdicted from circulation in France. Sitch is the oppressive and horrible character of Bourbon despotism; that it seems it will not süífer its sub ished frdmltociátj as thick as bail stones, and stares yoii in the face at every corner; General Wilson, the new governor general of the Canadas, arrived at New York some days ago, and passed over land to Mohtreal. Be is sta* jfcts to read even the papers, partial led to be a young man between 30 and lis they arelo legitimacy of that nation    35, but has seen much service in tn-    lars for to whom it is mainly indebted for its    dia under Lord Wellisgton. He is re rsthblishment on the throne. It    reported by those who saw him, to be    Ürbadi^MvW l6th, 1810 bid« fair to emulate, with an execra-    a well bred man, modest for bis rank    ——-i    * ba0( brapdri shooh head, en for UR3, / ble zea),the odious and tyranical mea sores of Ferdinand of 0pain. We may shortly expect to see the barastile restored and the inquisition established in France May the present uneasiness and murmurs in that oppressed cmmtry progress tiltLoois shall be ex pelled from powvr, or coerced into mild, gentle and JJ^eral politics ! Boston Patriot. and station. THE subscriber offers for sale 300 old, about fourteen Acres of Land, lying on the waters of tp hiade, shod before. Big Darby,' Spains settlement, ad-[hthc letter G. on the near joinhng the lands of Job Inskip ; sur-f a small blaBe in her tore vey 4697. The land is of a superior above reward will be giv- quality, well timbered, and a plenty of good water. Tbe land will be shown vj Mr. Sharp,and terms made known by application to the subscribrr living in Middletown, Butler county, Ohio, JOHN HÜNT. April 16lh, 1816.    5^3. ^ mare and thief, or ten dol mare aldne. HUGH GIBdS. 5ltf. In the village of Hcictor(statc of N. THE 'ode) in one day lately., there was 6 bctw fouple joined together in the holy state if Matrimony, The editor of the pa* .ler which records these happy junc. tions, wittily observes; Ix Pbacb PREPARE FOR WaR — B^AbT. AllEE RESOLUTION OF R T N B R 8 H I P rtnership heretofore existing W. &M M^Grew, is this fed by mutual consent. All Prince BWucher is so much delight* ft) with the condutc of Madame Lava* litte that he has sent an address of thanks to her.—    Lond Paper. Extract of a letter from an officer on board our fquadron in the Mediterranian to his friend in this city. Ü «Slates Frigate, United States; Malaga Roads, Jan 1. SPIRIT OF LIBERTY. Urbana—April 16th,18l6 HYMENEAL. * The beauty of a tootnan cheereth tray the counttnance, and aman loo eth art nothing better. **-^Ecctis.    fopi Married on Thursday last by the Rev Saul Hinkle, Mr Joseph Lord 14 I TAKEN up by Thomas Baird of Champaign county, Lake township, — a sorrel filly, two years old last spring llebted to the above iirm are foorteen and a half hands high, has a toair    ttjeirac- long switch tail, her right hind foot white and part of her left, and a small star in her foreheaR no brands perceivable, appraised tatwcnty dollars by Samuel Taylor and John Baird. A true copy from my cstray book. ROBERT SMITH,] p. February 22d;1816.    5*3    w. eall jand settle eefi ^sand the 20th of May either by cash or hides, With ^ M^Grcw, wiio is authorised to séttk fbe same W M M’GREW Df6ab(?^April 16th, 1816    5í3w. th^gliiteofOhio, Í county. 3 e undersigned being called We failed from Gibraltar a few to Miss Mary Ross, all of tíSs coun* days after the date <ff my last, and arrived here on the 2oth Dec« We shall leave this place in a few    ^    I0IL1    C    E, days for Carihcgena, for the purpose of receiving an anfwer from the Spanish government relative to the detention of the Algerme brig, which I believe we (lipulated to reftorc to the dey of Algiers. If (he is not given up 1 hope our govwinment will act fpiritedly on tl'.e occasion, and chastise them -    « ,    -    m ,    .    .    f    .    «    Ztphantak Platt, icT their prelumption. From    Demint what 1 have seen of the Spanish April 12th; 1816.    ^ ESTRAT mTrB. TAKEN up by Jonathan Luna of View and appraise three Es-    Champaign county, Union township, taken op by Joseph Stew-    a Bright Bay Maiie, fifteen bands high up towns nip, and county a-    supposed to be nine or ten years old I we find one to be a Brown    this spring, had on a small bell with a astarand snip, along tail,    leather strop and buckle, no other igb, supposed tobe three    marks or brands perceivable ;apprais- Itiif spring, appraised to    ed to thirty fix dollars by rbt dollars.' One' an Iron d to be three years old tbiiWf with a pale star, both bind thirteen and an half hands lised to twenty fonr dollars, ^aacfhiel colt, supposed to be nMtMi ip?inf> with a bald * idf fed white, and a part Daniel Baker ^ Elias Gilpin. > A true copy from my estray book. JUSTUS JONES, j p. March 29lh, II ¡ 6.    5*3w. lin one year those indebted tment, i hereof. And all to said estate are requested to make immediite payment* ' Admr’s. 6ll4w THE Booxs and Accompts of fonr foot white,    also, a    Joseph Hedges ^    Co. are left with tioder lip white ; appraisad    me tor collection :    those indebted to lars by us    said company may    save cost by calecer Mather,    ling and paying the    same. utl Meed, ppras rs.    Nathaniel    Pincxard. IdAbertify tbe above to be a true Urbana, April 16tb, 1816. 5f3w copMMP my «tray book. BOMAS M’DoXALD,] p. if»h, 1816.    K*' PAMPHLETS For sale at this office.Property of the American Antiquarian Society ORIGINAL STAINED

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