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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - February 13, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio CINCINNATI: Primed *7 PF. Pf/BLIC NOTICE ^ /iherebv giv^n, td a!! pér-fons who pave engaged wi^h Capf. Isreal Audlow and his issociatcs, to make actual set-llement wilhin the town Day-fna, at the confluence of the Big Miami and Mad» rivers, that I shall attendat^hat place on /V/oriday the a5th instant, to lav off their severa' inn and out lots, heingdnly aulhorii* «d tc that end. Jolin Dunlop, 5urveyor. CtaciiiaAti; Jah. I4. 179^* CONGRE coraer of Third and S/catnore-Stioott, . v” - TITF; fuSTcriSír^    l?iv« tn in form fhfir old    «nd tK« puMic in ^^ncr*! that thi*y have t'jlt recetvfd n    T.ipplv of Dry Ciioli, Groc^rift an'^ 'roTrmongr\, rb thrir    very 4ií-)rrmí'»f win f naSIf th-n ro fet? hf whole fa If and mail, at the in oft ffdJCfd pr'Cfai fhf) «re dfirrmin ed ro fjppiv ail thofr, ^ h.» will flfatf Id call 01 tbfm in ^uture on belter « termi ihintny other ksofe in vb e J troHd^K,    mnrh more wode^tte than fortjierlv ofwhicbtheir b-*pe to who will pleafc to CiroMrthem with thdi enftom J e- A. HUNT. Ciocionatt, Dec. 14, 179^ N. B. The faddlfry'borinfrs befn]^ tarried on by them with compleat tnd iinifh'd wo'Vntanlhip. an? perl /n tan be amply r*»pplied iu tbic line by lebolefale or retail. Has for sate adjoining to M'"* ♦Vanéis W'iiibn»inC incinnati. a great ^iiantirv Mcjoors •« folios» s. vir. •'each ^randv. Apple brandy ( herty-br^iinee (ordial, Ginn and (id»»" —I'kewife Apples, Kl(\ir. led. crun tr? t.innen Lincy and a nurrber of £ood twild BAGS which he \ii|{ fel reafonablt term* lor cath or goud fbr. HeilryNoble. Í.I» If. i’>?'> S. Anv j>crfoo wantint^ to pur-.thife a good new Keal botica boat, fqft? feet lonyr. may hire one by ap* Inlying to the ftihfcriher »bo»re nfn .lioned, tb'o a quantity ot good flax ieed either here or nt Joho Arm £fq, in Columbia I' 'Hi/GH M’CLüRE HAS just opened a handsome Hibrtuentof Üry-Goodi, Grocerirn. Ciafs wart, and Qoeeiri-ware, next 4oorta DoAor MX'iureS ihnp on thr i^'^ood    which he ii determiii- to felt 00 reafonablo tcrma foi Co(h orcouAtry produce. / U»(icinntti, iétli No?. lypy» FOUND, OA^the 7th iast. a small ^um •of money, theo\fner*by applying, and describing it to the Printer'hereof, may have it again. CÍMWUti, X>««, IS, tjfit ■ s    f House OP Ri M5>5N rArtvA, r»iefday, Dec. ^ fCDnffinued from 04rr hft] f T wat th?n movtd, th|i Whltre? I b? brought ^0 the bar. It waaal fo moved 'o adiourn. ihia lift ma G on ray loft and ^Vhitiiey wtt ordii^4 to the bar í¿¿ What it yoor namt f A. Charlea Whitney. Q. W'here are you from f • A. Vcrmnnt. ' j(^, What bnftncrt do yon foHow • A. I wai brought up a farmer. (>. Are you acgualuced wilb OM Robert Randal f A Yea.    .-^ The cliatgt wa« then read. Art yon gutliT or aof goilty ff the charge ? A I am nor guilty. 0. When did vmi «*ome tA riiia • > ' ' City : A. The beginning of tbit mnntb. í¿. Where do you refide here ?    • A Ar the Hgn of the Green* I fee North hVoni llreet (L ‘^1'C.)“U tfro RandaJ here f A. A number ot fitii a. d What connel^ioo havt you wUh Randal ? A. Only airbttarf^d-tiro-^l^la^’l# procurioga grant of ibeiandi in quef. lion.' C?. Are ?o*J prepared to rtite the nutiiae of the plao airnciaiion/ .A. I cao enut'fttersle lome af th# par♦ ictjlara. I hate been in the CO* ntrv in qneliion and meant fnap* i>!v to the houfe l« r auibnri y loget tlehody ol land% from the iidiini I have fume influrnfial conurflions in that quarter, mrnugh nhoni    g Cí^ílínn by the IndiiOi might be ob-ttinrd.- I thouglr i: w«uld he a goud fcheme for the tnited ^laie^ ei.d tbit I thould ind nsy private account in it. d Whai number of aerea were there in contempliiion ? A. 18 or 30 millón». 12^. «va» ihrre any pía» fcrmed for dividing it into ílurr» A. If v«a» propolcd to divide it 10 into 41 lb re».    ^ d. Who were theafTocutei f A. Col. Feetoii; Mr. jonei of Maf* itchuferta : —there wja 00 particular greemenf ; coh'nel E. Allen uf Ver* -nont there wa« no particular if* ngement. Bandal and i were to be .q'ully concerned in the land», we did Q It expect to carry U ihrougn alone, and eapr^ed to Ret perfonO concffood who would aliill U cairy the bufinel» fhre«gb d Did iUndal meolloo to you hia ,defigaofmikiof odera 10 the mrm-oer» of ih# houfe ? A. Not direaiy. He mentioned that he had fonie coii?erfatioi with Mr, Smith of (S C.) and other mem» ^bera, and that he enquired whriher it waacartfiltent with their fuuaiion to enter into a buíinef» of thii kind, (did not onderdand tbathewai to tte iipr to influence them by any pai* ticular gift». What hia iqientloo were however I einV pretood to lay 1 Í can only anfwer for myfeJt. d; Were ony perfooi within the Britilh lloei among your affociaiea f A. iVome'pcoplf that might.conlidcr chemfelvea aa^nder drUilk govern* ment tho* witbia ibi Uialis «riU niia4 q. ft waj fiid yon had the Inllro* ment of aflociation A. Yea 1 have. Qj Hive you it ivith you f A. No ; I Hetieve I have it at my Ifdglnga but am not rettain. % -la * e you any obJeaUni to pro^ ducing ¡I ? A. I dnnt know that I have any. <l Yo*i have nor mmttoned the nirae* of yoor tBbciates in Detroit f ^ A. There w^« Weflr». Alkini. Ko bin/on, Heooia, Pettcrfon. and A&tnt jun. Are they merchaotaor tradera? A. Some are. q, Indian »raderr! A Ye» fame trade with tndiant. q. Do they rcflde at Detroit ? A. Y-». q,. With what view did yoo tnbly to Mr. Buck A. I called on him lad introduced t-hf bafinef».. I mentiofifd ih^t f pro pofed to bring it before the houfe ; Hated the iiuatinn of the laoda and the benefiti ! expeled would arife from the fcheiie. He faid he f»a« unarqtiainted wiih ihe hufinefa. I G*d I dioulj wifh to have fome more people eooremed In tbe hofineTi a« it wa.ild havt greater orobahitUy of fiJccffding, and «(k**d wKtthcr he would h.ive any ohjeéfiona to being roncerned 00 flaying tor hit fhare. Jit. dig iiOt know any thing about it. ffald, Kdld W Waa? va;* propofe an» thing Improper i but oo« ly wanted fome alTiciatei to a fliR !n carry ingtc through If it wa» con* Rilent with hif fltutfion if waa very well ; Hot if not, 1 did nut wifh to mention it; that I ihnOght it »»ould prom«*rt the public good, 'That I wiihrd to do nothing improper. . q. - Do any of the anbciaiea at De. tfoit bear I Brrilth tfommifli >n. A. I Hrlieve One, in the ci il fine of authority one ras called judge — I dont know whether it a judge now or whether formerly. q^.' To whom due» thi» apply f A. Jiidge Aíkin». q. Are you acquainted »yitb John Gove f A 1 am. he propofed to enter loio the buHner». q. Did yoti prnpcfe it f A. I tneiifioned it. q. Why have you fo long delayed to put In your m;mori»l I A. I have been rather unwell—I have had a bad cold-and beddei I thought it waa better to have fiiR fume quhverlation witb diiferept geii tiemen, to lay . the hidinera open to them, to explain it beforehand and fliew them the iituaiion ot tbe trad . of ccujjtry. q. Did RandaJ tclt you he thought it would faccred*?    ^    . A. No, he laid fome people thenght that the bufinef» Waa of fuch impur. lance aa might draw..the attenitunof tbe houfe. q. Did John Gove figo the aflócia* tionf A. No. q. If tbe paper figned by the aflp-. ciaiet in the wcllero territory t A, Yei. q. Ii it figoed by the men you men tioaed ! A. Yei. q. la it figncd b? any men In the flate'f A. No. Mr. Livlogftonbandfd totbeTpeak* tr t qnery it foMcwa, Wore AUjr iksrei nf Uod lefi o- Wi, v*m pen or onapproprfnrel be and yoor aBoetfYra tod whofe and »ahat iiik did    J.». fo aOfpproprietfd f    v    Vf There beiog no objediogffitdf^ ^ ^ thi» ir.terogatory U waa pétky t|m fpeakef    * A. No, when theboftneif    M    ^ rbo t of oor afbciatioo waa ai I tell >ou When t^ carried through It wa« lótcndvid fw take more, a ceitain diviio^ mI made hot 001 koo»»*'g who ihoflljí apply, we d'td nnc Ilke^io mootlué tiMi matter much at fliil, leail. from private view^ might tererfqj^ and get the huftcirff' from ®* platif ui.] •    ^ q You Gy th|t fome (biffll 1^ M mained open, wtat nqp^her f    y    ^ A. None »»roul(l firidlji have mained open, 1 could bm fliWd pML myfrir.    J    '»■ q .What propordunf *,wtf iw h#* yoore f    ,    ' ,    ^ A. I might take aa net^'it I pleaA q. Yoo faid that yoo were wUUi| to fbew tbe original cvttirait ! A I fee notbiog at prekni vent me.    .    v <1. W.» J01.0 Go*, t. tppt, jmpy ^ meniberi of CctgreU I ' A ft mat f fpeak to hcraac ho wiighi know Kr the pian. A He iodgta et Ih#' . The prtfooer waa theft frmtftd. ^ Into cuRod). and ordated 10 IS in a itptrtic tpportmeoa from XUifH, dal. .    ..    V V    i Mr Coodhue meotionfd. thol Ik# prifooer met him on I hu 1 Itity 3ft »)ni itreeif ¡nierduved himleil and far a private Interview, iibich heifig graoted. he opened bi| land fchftmft io him. when be meotinbcd tdl imAC* qúiintaocc in fh4tfe    ard    aele    , vihd him toapply ip ioloiiel f'lck* ' . K ering. wbo»via better fhUtofftr^ an opinion un it,    thfti    It    ^ he thouf bt ftvorahiy et Ti    ^ w Iecomnicndvt loB wHh many ^ bcra of the. houfe—he (e»d.fiftaki^t|í* him of tbe private port Xllt'Md nefi, hut íbewed him ibo fgned by aboof ten or lirÜyd. kte^ GOkdhoe tucrredcd, that if hrkftt ftdir (hewn a coldnrfa aAouc the kufifttll' grounded 00bit acquainiapce¡i,iiii4 maiicri, he might have txpiaidtd ^ himlelf moro fully, but that he hod offered him 00 bribe peiihcf dtnedk nor indiicd^and onfefa fome locniheg could lay lonrthing to bit cbargwh^^ thought he ought to be teletit* % « , * Mr. Sedgwick wot of ilia opioiMl^’ and faid he ditl not Ainderdand grntliman frofti Vffmoii yeftefdoft to fay that Whitnrey had made kMil^ any improper oite#, and tkitif waa noihipg, ailtd||ed agalall igaiaia there waa injulticclii cobflniw^ any looger , Mr. óptith (N. J.) obfifrwod t he had kept bad company «I tftr and that a ftw hours eonfipeftiti^l^. would be no great iacdtivenitntli^g*^ Mr* Buck obfVrved, that yefievdy he had mentkmrd a part of iho. cuDillancc of the man'a ■fplicaUr diim : be could date furtkcrladN n^ould throw more light opoaitw finefi,and chat tho prifower bftd communicated tbe whole. Iwkla^ tcrview with Mov io ^Viymofti, ^ went at far ai to hArrfto#qolfoq/if ft hribor^Mtk ctm fiV&Ht Vol is fey

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