The Centinel Of The North Western Territory in Cincinnati, Ohio
16 Apr 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - April 16, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio *»r ' jB- Th fc E N_T r    ^JNI    C>■'R■'JFíw■ W E S T iE R N t £ ^    7*    p    ^ yoL III. 0;>Mt to a//partias^kii^ imflúeñikd bf none* « Atv    ti.    I79Í. IIL'I iwi lrtl!]|i *•. ■* - *- C 1 N C l N N A T 1: Vrisledhy JII^Xi^f££.,stlliecoraerof TbiKÍaiidSycamora>SttM»* SALE ONK^MWirtf itD4    f if thr foigrn TowD(ht|i, tn4 ilf« kw9 Seéíoii tut of the foUowise Ho. J, 5» f *■ third Town(k^—‘»iid No. % k 15» in the ferond Towodilp» all lying la the tlird or MiHciry Range. r#r urmi apply to John S, Gano» Lfqoirt^ !■ CiAciaaoti^ Of the Sobfcrihera * % J,tnAA*Huntt April*, I79^- All pcifooi Indebted to the 5ib. fcrlber» either hr Note or Book Accoootp art re<|ue(lcd to nake im-■lediatf piymentf01 he if ahooi leafing thii Tcrrhory — A|l ihofe hat-iftgacconnta againi him, are defired to produce theiQ immediately in or dcr for adjuíioeat, before bit depar* fare. J4MSS KAVZÑACH. ^'Cincianatii M»rcb >{• H. B. I ha»e,a newl^rame Houff ipd pfrt of a Let fer tale t fituaie ta fiHirlh Sirffeti between Main, and lyeamoro SfKeta, TtnDf|Caih in hfmdl ^ THE substribcT takes ibis Bifthod' of ioformiirg bit frieitdi that be baa began gbe Baklog hufi* •efM #• Wntfr (Ireet, at bia boufa Jgjoijfiog to Mr. Doffey’a ftore — nofethnt pleafe tofavoor him with IheiVeoOf^mt ^Hlbe waited on at all fimee they call or fend - at eight o'clock every morning they can be fiipplied with warm bread, ic. John Sayer 6 Co. Ci*claa«tl, J*n. 19, 179^. All thoft indebted to the CCN-Tlh{kL for Advertifemcnta, are teqocfted to call and make iamedi’ .nte Payneot.4-Tbat AdvertifeDienta are the chief fopport of a Paper, mull be obfloos to e^ery tnan-« But, how' truly difcouraglogeiuii It be, when the printer can arcr, that our of the WHOL£ of the Advertifcocata which are banded in*-ONi HALF •re to be committed to the BOOK, •otwlthftanding bia former pufitive •Bertion, that the PAY mad tccon. iiioy tbtm.—-Thofe who avail them. f!o«a 0» thia Notice, may rely, that they will be ^alizcd out in a m«*re gointed manner.    » Likewiie, all thofe whe are in Arreare for the Lad Year i Subfcrlp. Í liowfor the Ce.n)iael (more efpcci.* toUy thole ^bo have withdrawn) yould oblige rheirvery humble Ser.* taat by callbg, and difcbargiog yf. MAXWELL. Mn'tinfi-OBcf, ; March If, 1796. Motice. I » Came to the plantation of the,Cub« Ffcriber. •• or about the |d ulc a dark ^ .hremti Ihort ItgMd cow, with a belt • crow of both eart, white face, and ^tlly. The owner It requcded to • oocnf, wrote propirty pay cbarget . «id tokr her away. Uriah Gatfis. Li#k»Xon, t nilltifrooi ClmUuMlk CONGRESS, HOUSE or REPRgSKNTATlVtt ^ March 3, 1796. Further'proeeedinga of the Hoofe of Repreftntativei on the Bift far opening Lend Office# .for the file of Land in thn North Wefte/o Territory, ^ \ [ Comimrd from eor lad.] Mr. GALLATIN wm in favoir ofthe amendmeat. ,He con ccived chat the bappincfi and prul perlty et tbc coonify would he promoted b/ prcMociogtbf laadt,. the fileof wbi.hpMy w re con e.a plat* Mig, I rom being engroffilii ic few itndc, and^believfd the proviAoo 40# aod.’r|Duli lecafion, together with the pr^ fixed, woold have that« etfcCt 1 he ooly materia^ obiectiou to ic ia that it may dimi^ilb (hw revCDUC by reducing the prut that would oinerwjte oe pliia for the, tne land He ihaugnt ttii» a i'prci' out objedion, but not a folid one. He believed the regoiatlon woold prevent feioeHpucolatora Irom pur< chaCag, but he cboogot ic a beecfi .iai tbiagihit üfey Ihould be cn frnm^y ieief%ct. Lafida wni produceAfoihing were, he ftid, of no real vaine. The high price peded mutt be got from real recriera alone, Tlie conieqjroce will be that a left quantity of land will be fold, bet a fufficicot quantity to fa tiafy adual fettleri, will be dtfpofed of, Qotwithdaodiog thia claofc, aod government, will pocket the proot which fpeculatora otberwife would have had. And, in the following year, Iht land which would have been eogrofied by fpeculatora, but tor a provtfien of thia kind, w>fi be brought into market to meet the demand of frtOi feiUert, at perhaps an advaacad price. it has been fatd, Mr. Gallatin eb-ferved, that thia regulation would holdout cob great eocooragemeot to emigration. Whether this law paffi ed or DOC, he fuid ,lbc lame number of men would go to this lead. It wtf not from a diñaact that cm|. grand were to be expeled, but from tradt «jiieat» thia claufe be Gid, would intiid n penalty on men who perchai'ed laode wuh fpeculativc views tUne. With refped to what had been Gid * about an evafiun of the ad, it would be cafy to (define what cenfiituted an aduat fectler. ’ It has bean laid that taxlog oon-refidenti would produce the elTed iutendcd by tiiit claufe. Mr. Gallatin thought dtlfereotly. In tbc (late of I'cnofylvaoia he ftid, that pradice had been adopted, that tax., et laid upuu thia dcfcription have never been fufficieot to induce fet* tiemeot. They have found their land increafe more in «alae by mraoa of fcttleroenra taking place, than any amount of taxes laid iipoa it* it has been faid chat large taxes might be iopofed i hut it will not *c^p#td. In the country where ^he lived the eceupiera had been called, upon to pay their quota of taXct which could not be got from hoo'-' reGdeati. Ho woold aik geotUmtn; whether they wiflwd the Und to be tngrofed or vot f ond if they do not, he would Be^glad if they could pro* dace 0 betccr.pUo fpr preventing it, Hun this I bctbrp th« rivoi’qtloBi « * '-f ■ • |i1aa nf tble fore wu adopted from ooeend of the country to the ocher, h#belicved it was owing to thia ^l<^latioii« that they owed a great deii of the happioefs and prnfperity ^hich they had finct enjoyed—he «lÍBied therefore, the cxnmple to be followed. Mf. Clalbnrnt wai in icpinion froRl hie thhfnhjea. He tk^ghi ___ woold not be Atiled In hill •    t ry, and that tjtt amandiieBt    V hw a clog on. the Catn, foFrt lojKCkf \ ' eoneü¿i# of. 4 ighl tio4 » * Mr. Van Alien faid few «en could Afford to pay two dollare no' acre and none, would pay it, except thofe whometnt to fettle npofi the land. ^Ic wat not well he faid, to ipahe ft. vpre felting chafes. Secnrity will 'Operate «fialpíl them. In the Rate of New-tonT. he faid, the regulation eoold never be put in force, Mr Dayton (theSprahor: faid if thefnle oh|eéi of tbc ameodnieiiohad keen tn prevent (he land heiog^ no* grofled. it woold have had t it fup> pofi : but be did not think it woold ha'toihnt tffed. He tbonghc fixing -*^hat the price of the land (hhuld not lefs than ewo dollars per aere.. Would produce tbit tíí^H I bnt the ' ^propoled regttUtien he thought eoold have a differcM^^effe^/jlt would reduce the price    Und )’e wae ot Apiolen that land which whhouc ttia claole* wo4jl4.idL .Sot ^ dfWlt^ OQJiCrc. i fir more tlian rhrvTani a hail. Befidea no governmm't cvrr dui. or ever would enforce foch a regalatioo. ft would be holding* our alto a prexoium to emrgratioo, which, he troftcd wat not the in-Yrntion of the lep'flarnre ; fur (aid be, peri<*na who purchtftd Uod at three dollar! and a half an acre, to obtuin fettlera, might be obliged al« mod to give it away. Indeed, ho thought it dnrecefijry to multiply argumeatt agtiofi a regolitino isL culatfd ro produce fo many iajorinui .€onfe<|jeDcei, Mr. S. Smith faid H did not ip. pear to him that the amendmtnra could have any goodefTed, No law which couQteoauced injuilice could be carried into execution, and tn takeaway land from a parckafer af« ter he had judly paid for it, could not be accounted ;aty thing left, at perhaps it might not be poffible to get men to fettle opoo the land at • limited time. For ioRanco, fuppofn a war to take place^wiih the Indiana, it woold b« impoffiblo to fulfil thn contraA. in fuch’Csle it would b# faid pctitiooi woold be heard for m* . Itcf. The regolacion, in bit opinion, might produce many cyilt. Tbc t Urgetra^ of Und. he faid, muR ho* purchaCed by monied men, and there ought to be 00 objedion thrown in their way. Mr Rutherford thought the amendment ought .10 be agreed to«-bc fpoke highly of the pcoplt living on the frontier. He had heard fifhermen f«y that the bh(i fiOi tlwaya rife higheft, h'lid fo with the ^ people, who were th# bed on the irontiert t they are nht too polite in bf rtligioof ; they are hofpttatfic and neighbotirly, and do not employ their nigiuv‘tn'rhecHing. Thofe honell nvenfuffer hnmcnfe inconvenicaciea by. tb.e incorfibni of their favagy At I ohb ny rathe I od lana t they caR thcir eyea about them for affi/Kncc, and fee nnihifigbut largo occapled tridi of ffinda, whofe owneri, per* h.)p«, aro living fecure in Tome largo c(cjr, Thia, he fiid, waa diAreffing to them. Without (hit amendorent^ ht^h^ht' tlM AlU ftnuld havnnn «en from pnrchaOng. Tbtp' otig|if^    ^ h# fatd, ratblr to tnrnw fog hncnny^ < ragemtnt, ta indnce fiifn fo kneoliM í pnrehaferf. Txctffivt latrt, fag were never eseciiced. and io h4#fÜH> this meafurt would deifoy ihéblll. ' ¿ Mr WIlHMnt.waacaáidfñtkikMi > meiidaieot would liavt cH h^-oIrA 4l feHn. Ht helievtd no ^coohtry.^ #nd tvtr quicker fhttltd HmA fho fee country .iln the RaW hf Na«*|w4l' -io the law for fffetttng    ^ Was a claufe of this lM« Ix li JklA . that.the price of twn dqilate ttdll , canfea fettlemcnt,    DiM 'Img Y* where ia- the harm of chtf elnl^ y»i /, there is no fodeitOlO cafe of Gltlcmeiif, YYIfti ri the régplltloji helng n hh, he hhliefed if wonid >hd« cafy ch«ck-*ler|e lets mighl foneWhat thnaprr, bnt it AfiFba Ihe    Roatl    Idls^ laiUawtr, th«'UiKÍ » iba't ‘Sir, TeccTdfTI Me rderrcdf^ 'fW lice ie the Ratf of Ne«^ waa certain that this pla# veotually prodace the^n^ SmOqf Che fame Hs^hel Htrneld I ^ fcttlemeut. Toe linde isoald tor by inRalmell^ nod by hgbfjg doally hronghi in tbw meifiH(l " ^ would cosRanciy rife|hi *il^ ^ Mr. Da) coo role tu tnpkin* iml gaiaexpreidd bii difapprob the amendmrnt. Hp laid 0 dpeia mighl ho faxed kkh their uaficenpied londd occopiera of improted lin|i*h|^iradc|í meaos they would ke ow^ MUnoiH tribute their Wi proportiii lynidW the expenft of making rea^ MM>f ea,Ac,.    ,    - Mr. Cooper wilkd tofi* price for the loud, io nidty 1 the public oehf, eod, on thin a be hoped no diftoorafemeni be thrown io the way of pore Mr. Oailedo ^remtrkod that tlAH member frani New^jtrley' hod thi< the preRmt tmfndmtil woafd' tm duce the prlee of cht thou^ difrreatiy* Moot mmdif* porchaG but real Ihctltra. Of to|fiO a left quaotlty WlU be Gld l« nn|fOom^ year; hot what la Md*w^«mNio mand a good pricn. Infted n( ling three mllllMii ecxea ai MNgAaM lirs the firR year, perkape oM ' 00' might he feld ot fnyf daUn||»«t4 the remaialag two mllHoai, Iwioild of felliog for two, will fhteh^mF dolían, which will be the nirffi w# driving ihoG pnfchiicra from tkr market who mean to pntchaTn mr fpeculatleo. ^    <    ** i he ouaatity of lendjo be dtfpafe ed of, Mr. Gallatla fjyld, wae tp« miltloni of acres,' whlek    ibé ^ 4,000 woqid make a,500, taxlUmn^ would he no hopde of geixli^^h^idfBt famlliet on thn Inndf io    e hut to fell one million if acrse t)r4nr k would bedlfpofed of lo tnewwers, by which iHeane lóoé familhee •>*w be iteocnmndeted with inno iof«« eaeh, aod the klgbtQ ptfet he fpt lar , U that the Uod wit renfly w oi^ ^    > With rffne^ tn th# iRvrnnn 1^1# plan will give to the rtrenon aXInlMi prnfni if tkf fpecttUtor. ■»*« K, Vi «nvíi*. uW V    *    ■    ^    ■ »    - * 5.“ I' i*r f % i -1 f 4i.    •»

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