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

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - April 30, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio T H E WE S T E R N T H* N ,0 R Vol. IIU ¿iá I" JPriu annum 3 Jp cenfi.y '    V'- •¿ém dm S A t é Mpji t; rubrcriSer^ !>rg Ifav? roip* form ih^ir o!fl c»nl<)ir,^ri atiil ihf p.j!)lic in ;»*rneif«l that they have itiil received a larj^e hipply of ljr\ Ciojsi fjr.jccri?! and Ironmonprj, winch aun^x^il to ttieir formrr very lirgeaiforrmenr Nvll! enaSle rlirni to 'fill by wbnUrilr.aml rrrail ,at ihr mrli r^diiced pr*cct, they «re detrrniln ed ro Oippfy all thofe, who %vill pleale to call on them in í*urore on beiicr termj than any nthrr hosfc in the country, and m»trh more moderare than fdrtnerlv of uliiclithey hope to convlcice^ ail tlio^e who « ill p'l^afc to fkyourtbem wirbrheii cntlo.ii . J t A. /tUNT. Ciocjccafi, ^c. a4. I795« ' N B. ri»e faddlery hnfineri beln^ carried on by them with» compleat and híiiftied work'oanntip. any perl’.ij can Se a<nply fjpplicd in ilui line by irboleale nr retail. FOR SALE, .Ttvo sciilons of land laying in llie first entire ran™^ tliird l<nvns!iip No- 2i3 and a33. Also two in lots, in I lie town of rincinnali, one of wliicli ioiiis the public square.' nuin-Dcr i5, and 33. For particulars apply to (he subscriber, or the Primer Ircreof; ,    John    Gaston. rincinnri, March, I2. CONGRESS. tU'jsá Oí'    r.\nvc:3. March 5, np^.* Fnrther proceedings of the Ilonfe of heprefentativea on the Oill for opcitiog (.and Criicei for the fJe of Land in the North VVcticru Territory. . LCtotludcd from oor laíl.] - -Í - ■ '■j; w ;vy-;ir ci;n c fN « M" 7//£ subscriber take.s lliis loeihed of infoinir.g lis Iririids that he Imi bfp,an the Taking hufi iff<, on Water Orert, at hii honre adjoining to Mr. Dutfey*i Orta -Thofe that plesfe to favour him with tiicir coiionii will he waited on at all timea they call or fend - at eight o’clock every morning they can be iap^licd with warn» hread, ^c. ^ * John Saycr Co. CyBCtnpati, Jan. 29, i79^» All pcrfoni iftdchied to the 5oh, Icribor, either by Note or Book Accooni, ire requalied to irske im-medíale paymeoí, ai he ii t^out leav ing this rciTÍtory - All ijjole hav CitTcinnati, N. tl.' ‘I have'a new tVame Houfe tad part oft Lot for fale ; filuate On.Tourth Street, between Main, art^ Sycamore Sirctii, ferms, Calh i¿ hao(L l^oLicej LL those indebtcni to the bscrthf.r are earnestIv re jested. IQ CQrne Jotward^ and ^ ake- payment^ those i^ho klitrhl this notice may fpcpect that their accounts will be put nlo the hands of a proper srson fir collection, , [oinos Xioi# •. i9¡ooati| Ddarch 4# 119^* 1 DAYTON fiid theflanpfo-poled by the geuilem^n who fpoke latL would he more expcniite than that propofed* by the .pjrfeni ^bilL    mlhtiani    -of*    good    land mu/i he let apart for the pnrpcfet' What does the argumem of military w.irraiirs covcrin-q land worth fcven dolían an acre amount to? If the puTch^ier who had obtained military ts arrant! from foUlieri at a low price, comes into the market to hoy thefe lands, will he not give more for ifiem, knowing that hit warrnnis wü| he taken in part of j»a> merr. and tlffrehy increale the price of the land ? the* faét was, he faid, tliit ^fhcQever there were any alterations pfopofed with re1pe¿t to the Inteorniy, they have always been injured. He referred to fete. ralinlUiices as proof of his aflcr-lion. Mr ITifperfild that he was In vonr of the frdioii remaining in the hill, and upon the fame ground a« rhe mover alledged for Itfiking (I our, viz for the advantage of per-fons helding niilirary warrants. He thought the róldiert in the J»te army had recejvid too liiiU reco<npence, and he Mas gt.id when an opportn-nits prrler.trd itfclf of doing them piUice. J hat ihefe warrants fhoiild bt received ss a part of porchafes would be advantageous to the fait of land, render the warrtnti valus* hie, and be a finall reward for paft • fervires. Inítead of-votiog to Orlkp out, he wQuhf be for eniargin^ fhe . prov\iion,lo as to give rhe Aoldcri, part'trtilarly original heldcra, iht greateQ advantage, Mr. fTndley foid if hi thought It* would do fervice to loldiers* he ■fliould not obj^d to the claife in the bill, bathe did not know a íio». gle füidíer who had one of them. He faid, there was already land ap« pr^priated’fof lha purpoft, and if A,„    b.,.,.    bi..i.p^    cK"ir«;\bJuVb.; f^MES KAVF.NAGH.^ *t*e claifpt of loldiers. w^hen the mo. r¿ ,N«7c(' 35.1.T96    "'T    '•    t® *0*® pockets' of fpeculators Mr^ Dearborn faid ihctthefe lands were promifed years ago, and if lol* dlers htife fold iheir warrants U has been becaufe their psiieifce has been exhaufted inwtitinglhe fulfill ment of (lie engtgtmcnti fif government Í hut there sfentnoy who. heve not .fold their wsrrants.Tet ftld he, ,if we go vii to put off the ^ Istlilying of theffl claims, it will indocf il^ofc who nill have warrant's to fell them fpf what they'cin get. In Ufing off two millions of acre* more, In aildiiioo forl|e one million which .remsins, much time lijd ekpcnfe will he throwq away.’ It might be faW ihit his ftluaiton íhnóld prevent him faying much on thA 'qnetllon. He thought Uaeceir-i‘y.;hantVer todc-Ji^c« iif0D»5«j»V* ija ibc.fubjea,. %lr. Rsytoif faiJ. tbafi as V had been dmibred'wWher any warrann’ ^ere llorín ,1,^ hsods IIthe. original Koldc^, h<> rofe tn inform ihf c«ím.uUíee tiiat he had forty feven of thefe warrants belonging ro oftic-rrs an i foidtert w|iq had earned tl»cm with thflr.blood and wounds. They were fent to Wm to htvf bffu liid upon.tbe traét of Isnd ceded to the Indiins ; bqt. faid, he. If coniintd to r||9 lingle millioo of a** cres now only appropriated, the value of thv^ warrants are gqne. If fhh the wav, exclaimed n»e. Psyton, in wlitrh gentlrntrn. under, covef of preveniing the advantoge <.f fpeco* (ttfor#, would rewsrd Uieir,.-hrss#' folJierv ! he had faid he was inte« relied, fo he was ; for be had a warrant in his own name, btn not in the way in which the gentleman from Nf-wYork wta InCcjrelled, for he knew nor thtt he had ferved In the prmv. He íhmilHfpeak ids mind on the foojefl he faid, but would not vot^ • Mr Cooper fpokc in favfdr of the claofe of the hill. Mr. Findley faid no one intended to injure the army. It was time e noUgU to cfuipKio tshen ín¡ory waa tione Membcra could not he f*ip« pofedio injure the army, beciufe rhry did not chufe to enter on new pla«*s. in their* opinions calculated to fsvour fpecuUrors Mr. Willianas fiid, in •' debate of this kind where all wtrx ^Btcreatdl the lefs faid the hetter.    Ihoold not have rifen sgait. had it not heea doubted whether he ha^ ferved in the army, he would ¡qform the ho» finuriHle Bcntlemao, that he l.ad fo ferved. that, for many years when he lav down on his bed, ho Irtmed yet to have arms in hi«hand>. He f»id in the 5iare of New York warxanta weAe>oogbt for • mere trifle | he liad boog'it fome of thcns. All that can He demandad, was a ftilhful diC‘ eharga of the oHIixsiinn of ynveep* m^nt. It has been faid that the a<i. miíGonof ihefe w^ranfs would in-creafe the prlc* of the land but he did not think f» ; it would inereaft the price of the warrtota.‘only. If, faid he, a difcrlmioa.tipo could be made bctween.real holders and pur. chafers, he would go any length . In fstlsfving the cUi US of the loldier. Mr'. Kirchell fp^ke ¡0 favour of the elsufe in the bill A rifi Iff /»f the cnmmitteC being ealled for it fofe and reported pro* and the hoirfe adjouroed. . Friday March 4« The honfe having fefolved ilfelf into a committee of the whole, on rhe Kill for eAsbljfliing land offices for the fair of thc^ norfhtweftern territory, when the motion for flrik* ing out ihe fet'tipn allowirtg military warrants to b# rfceived ss otic feventh pa**! of purchafe being put, wev lod by s cooGderable mijorlty. Mr. Diyton (the .Speaker) firlflied tointroiL«ce an amendment In the OAinn itlpeAiog the allowing of t * certalh poriioo o* military claims to*be rereived» to*flriko on^ . the words one feventb, and Introduce one*üxthT-hiv TTffon    »"«king ijlltj smendiBeiit was, that he had foard. on,enquiry, that a great paM of the mllllon icrei mentioned yrf ierday, as reniii;iipg towards fatin fyiog :i^Uuxty dauntiWAi aU'a ccdid. ; Wr VWiIHa«Xfild . he .diotifd * om [ pofs that ^amcnd.viear.whfII the Hill r came before, rte houfe r' fof ih# prtfeyit i^lie Qmold Wive bU object - ti.ens»» S; ^ * .    *    4 Mr. Daytoti.wliked ty gemlfman wfao,»fcefiif4Y!S .he prkiflajiHt. pp. I poM Jo>fbe clanle, woald B*te hlf objedionanow, tbir he'trighr l^v# i an opportonitaof replying %o tbem* as* wban the hill tame ^forc tbC honfe, be Ih^míd He" In a l?f«»pttni(S . which would deprivellim irf porrunity ofdr*iogfo. ,    ^ j \ Mr. Nltbola# o^|i*fved, iKiY*>l»4 bill wooid tgiinepme Hnio t cdnwl Bitrreeofrbe whole.'    \ Mr.- fiitchell pyopofe^ iwirm4 the motion by flrlklng ont ♦bevW«r^~ fevenrh and leaving it blink^ Was agreed to. * Mr, Nfcholav moved a‘ cUufe ^ " this efF-ft, Mbit the Atremey nerfil iLall fuperintrnd the land fice at the I 1: of govemmeor of United States, thJ ibat the Pffli-f dent heanthorized bv and w{tb tl.jp . advice of the 5i#narc r» appoint agent lor the file of Vho fnvds in the North Weflern T<rrstory. * Mr. VV. .Smith w¡f?i»d the mofloii 10 be divided* He bad RO to tie latter part of if, b5ff n nateHal one to ,tbe forinff. If Wool4 reqoire ennftderarloo lw»V -fbr could with pfopfiffy lay 'tBii ncfs opon the Aitproey Ceoeral, aO* it was not coDtemplatrd at hia ap» * poiotmen^. If^ Wraild .nUo invofvO pfifonitfffi»f?d'*riifhmv rs Yo^tbe fqy , itff< of the'ol?*cer alluded fO f-,.r rh^ bufiners,. FefidsS^ lie faid, it wopki be interfev^fvg with rhe KnfideCkW^ flíeetecuilvéTo-appoint a loperhi* tendant unfisf * thia, bill t n powel* which he conceived was vefledln fbe Frendent to nomínate and the 5>nat§ to appoint. I he Atfomey tadneril* he faid, had fpeciil dutieato perfersjl and he did not ibitik ha would liaHl leifufe fulfklent to attend to fhlk buAnefS Beifidff. oor being' entlv compenfttfd . be^tbe    , States he was obliged fo* folloSr htk nw^ 'pra^ice^ with wHirfr^an isp¿; v Í^ointrnent of this kind a^nofd Intei^ e.re Pe thousht thebafioefe ñf tlll'V land afllde would requlfp a|F ¿«e ai^ tention of a ffterial sgmt tf»d tbak it Would he impofliHleto trfnfe^ fÉ: by any exifling oflicer. TfWasTroa{ for the firfi year,There fiwgllr'iiftt b# muéh tó ’orcopv ag agent *'hut mfib terwards the httflnffs Wnüld hé vef^ confiderahle. He mavod ffitrafahej to flrike oot the fiitt pgrt of tbk’pra* jiofitior. /    '*    * Mr, Ntcholba jihnxght the objeee rjoni urged a'ltalhfl Ida motion of Hu tic welpht. I hey went fd vhrlt. fkak brhtnever goveriiifieiit wantdd' airp new fervice performed, • etW •ffflfef was to hr employed.tbongb h wersi not cslrdlatfd to ttnplny'one^teedl jart of a pe-fwnT time. If ib^ went*on fnu]t|n|ylnj| nfffc^ ra, be fal% ^he United Mata* Woold faarce4^ hold ihfoi. Contrreri'bad ilrtad^ S<Tyd upon | ftmllai* plan to rtiaf which he pf#fp«r4d. with reC^*ti% \he finklitg fund. rhe'oíTke. he faida would bt' a ’mere fuprrfncendaoeok But* they tbeVe lold, that itkmgk there wasnot hwltnfft at ptafena^ ftiert woefd hr fnlficlent fto e«iplbp* in agrrtt wholly a vearoftww bega^ He Wntlld few thtt the oCrep -jijí mentioned* Was trtltTpetmv to the We U kasíbetk fidd Ybikc lit kJi “W- i A:. t

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