The Centinel Of The North Western Territory in Cincinnati, Ohio
20 Feb 1796

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20 Feb 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - February 20, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio 'Th í C .4. * Vol. ilU Oj^cfi 1Ó áÜ^pártw ÜÉ tH« ^ O R T ’sr ,!< ■f.- r*>. -V A. ^ i-    ^    ^    ,    y •tr’Tl id Jf^nónúl ■iU.A yrt V t > r «I o^J^ ri xkt«> i(^. 1^ i^'Nt ■■♦■1^'il. Ti*t¿Í4' '*    ■    "    ■ ilitiiatoí' u9 wi » « Ithécorner Óf'Thírá and Sycárnóre-Stréeti, n<»tr:e /^beftfby^veti, to al! per- tona wH<> nave engj^etKwitli Capt Isreal /,udl<uv and 'his •---VaC4'.., Vtfplte tarnnmm*,. ------- ^ ■ auuctates, to make actoil set '‘lleaicnt within the. town Day-'ion.at tho C4»nduence ot the -'Big'Miami and Mad riveis, 'ihatl shall alteodatthitt place - — on d/dtdav tho a5th'Instant. ' to lay'd^toeir severaliñóáin' out tot»>i«gdHly amhofu ...... ScUitiaMtab Ji»* «4* Tt'TK' r«M'rtbm'lff( teiw tolr ■    '    •    ^    -u_..    I.... ^ the pabfUJbjpaif«l tfiat xhry hn^ Idil recchi^M Uff* fnmoU of T>r I *Ono4«,    rfKlVDllgrv wStc*i ttfifled to their f'ormer , ^l»r^4dar»nienf «ilft^naHIr fbrn r» ‘'del! by Wboleftle tad rniil.ii fHr moü ^edaeedlpHeeff te Ihey «Vdcrermfn ‘ ‘•d to riipplytfi rhofc,^h«t w JJh’lealt 'la ctU'dn fhciii io ?*utMrc oo ori!m i flitt tty other haife in rlj^ \ro«fnViry, 'and much * more moderti/r' *%hán formerly 'of 'vhich they ,h)it»e i»-; ’W»>nvlfice, ell ih.i e wha^»lU plfafc |e* %voar theoi'with Hill    . • .. ( : . ^^“«*«¿‘=‘••‘^•■-4^11^ f- . .' * - , * U H. rhr (Vddt^i7 Hui^rVTs Veii»^ 'ii fried 0» by I'trm wTih cum plea r >n'l *inifh'd *vorb-ntn(?iip any ^rl .’ti ‘tad be a^tply fjpptied lA that lice b« wlioiefale or recall. At • Me.UdR of ,Btt«ker «flV fe.,|    t« (xtoftj to t h.hu,nM -f the fo.B(J,v if C^r I    fcee.dleWea    tl lumfc.i. er the Urfr »f Mr. WWH- f rjr í¿y, |Ut*,. ,od a,f„ tin Suntce.oo ^V^p^v.thoi^ihtf Jiouary i79(^, purfutn't io pablic . notice.' 'IÍOGR GofoViH b^ioj^ pUcedliKtbr r- -    . I Cliiir, i iÍiA»cIéñ Mr«t niadr f^e • ead*n¿ the iifdmance of Congreff tor the Guverniiiriit of the Ncrth* .'Veiterii renii'or^, wntch ^<r*«ig done, % tnuiion made that a c«in oiitet be ipnointeii loexaioioe ibe '*4id OrdiiiAiice. and enqaire iocutb^ rievau €* of t'lO elúxrña, %hen judge' ^•ftaClii All* ^ WttlUm Aioow^ Mf^ i-UpM^ia'ce tppaHt^i^r aii< palel    tiillr«H#d 10 ve^rc to Ihi? cTruerw on Moiidu> the ÍHI day.01 f'tOruáry nczi tidutiig ai 4 o'ciu'.k    bt    ib*    Houle    of ••r Wiltuiii itaoley, to wbicH cimc lodpigc* icámcetiiig adjoiirotd. • ■' - ^ , Moiwltt’, Fcbrut?. f‘. IhtU;! •■ '------ liyajitaou aec «fi^etblyto adjiyuromenC. lu y he lidv. jobn b niifi being plaittd tha ^ hair, tat GO'vimicer (t ".    ,    ,    ppoim. rdi. the• former .mrft|iig« delivered (feii rtpeft in laritfdi* ^ «rhicH wa* . 4»ice reed,and ii a# iuilowa>>Viai Mr f bairiRtn. %K>or toinmimg -rrteaiil) io vttijr appouiinienc bno ^a* W salé adjoining td M^’ - «1 • ---- Kr.tncii Wilfunt In Cincinnati, a grr*f ^•iliHtlfy tif liquen ti foÜowi, vi* Ñach bf'airdy, Apple brandy f heriy h^»nnct^ Cortdbl» GiOn ahd Cider, '^ttkewlfe Apptebi n<.or. Ird,’cn'yn fry Linnet, Lhtcy and a number good twild Bf^GS, which he wlff tel *a rtafenAble cerwi fer ctfh or g.n<*d^ <hr. ■{ ilenry Koblc. » f. At? ptrfot‘Wanting to pur-ihitl^ a good ticw Keil b^tfs rn Boat, -    —11.    k-w..-,    rtMf« f.'* tnair ■ 1^01,M u— fV)rtv fettlong máV hv%r ’f'tie !»y ap» jilvlnr ro fhe fuijfcfiber aHove, oAcn tloneif aird'i'quaiittty of good a*'* e>fl either here óir *t John (rO«g, kfq In Colunihia. aX Arm "• Hí/ÜH M’CLt'RE «    »'    • t    -    .    *    * Has just opened a handsome ttdortmeat-ef Dry C^oda, Ciroeeries. Cllaft warb, and Qtice ua-ware. neir door to Do^or M’Clure*i fhop on the Wwnr so s.ru%%w. - - Second Hnk,‘ tthich he l^determin. to fetl oN'reafonable termi Tof Ca4i orcxioncry produce. CiicUtiail, ticbNtv. 179 s** ^t    '    •    • • tjA iW,*^'90|v^ vt the tsib tlr. lue'e dé ''•»ied!a% mucb ofriie vli«Mifa.td ftten batilred iiui ri'^hiv ’if'en, and to rtiqtihe into lu-^gv levnMcfi o| tbr citfxeui ot the onti Weltern Vfrritor) toir com nitit-e are. wrM aware a'you h-«Ac ptMC*H tbrm'In ap cuMaih •M rmmu, «I» tl'.t one Ind. it they iho'ilU « ‘It fpeuk nf'ih ih*- h^mnrfv ¿ )/eraiity bec-iHing vtil/.ena >nu mu lid. not hclitate t > cha»*er riiem with ta‘oifblng the glorv 'r thc-.\. T'cricar cluraCtfr and %iew them 4% li3 JMg d* generated rc »h‘e drfpi cable r-»i*k «• Í)«vea ao:l 1\copha«.ta and on tiu «.liirf band 0*-uld th.-v Ipeak with filth»,ilnefv end can Inut'. they attii'jrr to be envetnped in the fulmiiiviingifirp^dé of rheir poliii*. ca! fiipcrlofv# and their miiinnn. Your comnifte» are 0» G^»tn¡r»n. that Jhe ci»utn% o* the. North-Weft ern I'erri'orvi'dn hy lirtweoi ihr a farefaid tirdiranrc inUain a depriva* fio'f •»! the rig!»ii df 'reemen ; i.nd that by the movementa of the e»eci-tivc .n»d legtj1a»ivedept|^ime!uv, they have herworgleffed, aggrieved and ¡nrttlred. . t'ird, tile Ordinance confiftf of two partf the firft ii a pUiforrn »orthrgn. vernmtht oi the Sorth-Wflicrn I er ritory. the fecond la a fofcmn and 'in« aicerihle conrpad> entered into by the general' goveroment, with ,tht ciritentthen amofi^rbemfelves, whofe intrepid try might induce them, to mi* grate to thri remote region- ^    Ami pe^fomí,^|n the Terri fo\ Ibed their ry lioet. They appear n«it to wH6 torndave the lohabiranrv 0» %kn^^ jTirrttory, thereby to ralfe up *if of degenerated cÍM/.ru* trwyiiblgbt be ttfttul in the Handi u* de jjAog men to fobvert and over. ttiretHe general goVerdment, Vo far ironic. cfMt they tiave declared in tbcfih ffdrle ot th'eVompiA, tlut *• -^odoarer toy - of i»ir fa id ftatr^ (hdlafje tUty t^iladdlree Inhah. tatfk/lhtrctO. Iti'eb Bate Aall bb »d* mi^rgd iy t«a‘delego¿« U\O thé Con-Áfr^if tHe^ üóited ''icaita, on in a^ 4'jp|^Oetlo| witHthe értgifiél B4tca whn«tyer, ind Aéll be< form a ^ffaadeot cvn íHtoiM 'and flat» ■iymernmfnt'yrf^-f'Tnaoyy1i».itor-»ióolftyf^ft‘f - .    ••    j    '.I____ r    1    1    AT____ • . j ^ . I - * runjpptfi bare carried t*if ráiitér fisr* ^ thevi Hi the fame «fftUfe ef ihe co.n-. padt Jh^ gn on    Ur    a« it c«nhf cooddeot nrjth the general in. % tered púhecutifedcriry. fttcli idmtf* ' d»e AtU be allowed at an earlier pe riod. |nd when there may he alefa ■,?4" of free inhabitaoit to the Ute, than Httv ihoufaod.^’ And a'l fWj^rnil cO idilotiofi, which la qf fa»^ date than the Ordintoce,' hat 4lf.?f«|lnad that ihc oumbqr of (Vore THoM/iS C/5ipiV, Has JoB Imported a* Ltrge $C ‘fortmegc ot Dry Goodf. Qro.* - -Í ..A rrockry \Varc, ef who wr Congrefa at that period deeming It lenal    *    *  ^ of nitiepal imporrinee, tbitaiodge mrnc ftioisid he otidi' North Weft of tbt Ohio, and viewing it.!more ad tantagoottt to the firti edreniurerf, that they fhooUl.fbr a'tiinf farre^def ‘ their ele^ive privileges, than that they Bionid come forward deftirott of law and govefament, propofed the afore (aid Ordfniuce, backing it at the fame time, wlth th# foltinw tonf-|>a¿^ which th« hoQMif áad faith of ^Hf^oa io the onion dtail be oi one ' tjn'ilftréy. choofaiid cicileav, oOd at ;t lfppflí«¿*that congrefv privUegéa éí tbofc «eory rtlk/.himr el-"M,thh)prolbmp tboé feel til    •«> oor lorVltcWal Safoc« they direr fully redoré 111 to the rtghia of fier men \ but it ffwrni labe ihe ópinfdn of fome^f the beft iof(«nnfd ciilien*, that if (be b«rk poll* are gtven 1 p we di«ll h«T.* liity thnufi’id fnult lu the e4»terH flNte within a year Ic iá true coagreU by ihe Hrft article ut the Ordmance, have a right, if tbe> choofe to axerrife it, to diviJc the ’Tcrriiury- nto rw<» ditlricts ; but’ihr mumcii't aqi *>t the ftaifi in the Ter., ritory have fi.t'y iin»ufa*.d ifte in-hahi(«iitt. ihey are n»i 'longer buand hi the divifion, U ih-n they are to r* irriente * jr funrcrj n lO the eo. joviitnif ,of ilie rigluv of tTrcmca — .•‘).l lite (aith cl the Uni'ed tuts is cancenied in its compteiioa, acd your coaiinittce hive no doaivi, hut c^mgreU would gluiy iti ell'edipg it. I'ongref* have evinced their great regard for our fifcty,and wellbeing, havlog eipended I he whole revenue of the union.lor feveral yrart, in or der to if^rd'ui ample protedton, wfaicbdeoiandiioor acknowledgmenit and griiiiude—and your committe« are ófópióloo, that the iohabitanta oftbe repcitory hare only to com-plfln of one fingic ioftance, io which thfv bave l^n tggyitvcd by ibege oefal góveóoieof,' which they deem ft their doty to mention 1 in ipe Ordi; naoct wt énd chefe wordt, th re íliéUóifqbo tppoiotcd o court td con-fid oi three jiidgta, ony two ol whom tdforoi jl tbun,** finct which yve oro taegKlhy the dcclaratian of the iidgei, aod their prjidice. that oiie ' wdgt forme ajpoort. Bv what fatal} ty.ibo tiuuiton-coold haU nken placo, witlidot the acquiefctñce/ or even tbt hoowitdM of the peopU fo iiwaiediaco y.imereftrd, yoofiutimii ret prefiMnt nut ro dioint; hot hy tbié ahcraüon.Jihe cMrbperty t lUce (uiponded 00 I idi^ment of a fingle matw By fho vlrditiabce it appeirq. that tha.inha* Sit'anta of the lerrliury are pUced ^3*^r governours .*l.o atf. io every ei^ iniiependiiii ofthe people—that .    people. ‘ley alX g .vcfnejhy law», withuut .iirricipa^g in the privilege cf 'bnoliTg lI^^ir reptercntalivei, and fhal they aretfVprtved the bfnefif of ibe high court uf chinrcry. 4pd>ic¿ ia ieemrii fj eUefitiafiy jfecr.ili^j|f io th#^ MTierefta o( tbt rdvieraf (\ai^ ih ChB .•nioii, «nd would be Ím« ID che people o» tht* I'crH^ily^rp#^ :ialJy. wh-'n itia confide ifft jidge ofibe fuprciwo perhapt, ^ tilt greaUil UÍd¡,|obb6| (Ml tliet'^ace ot the earth, verttuálU rAliírr mt'diauJfi mr ím^ medial cfy, feel himYtU IwaV ^ dna rrTpedling lauda ' laying; hMj '(he Miami rivera. Theft Commiuee cqoclod'e, w Itk jvííai^tkír-altrrita, to wit, that ti t iiihatl«|iildf^ oflhé ‘Territory, hiftiin a tits df the rights ¿Í freeH»t». hetbddly, it ia the upiivtoti tf cotnmfctce, that by the lrei|**«iit long ahfence of the en«cu(Ívf an4 hlgb Jacircu! oihcertofibe Trrri(or^iii> hy fbc :iit requeue V of their fi ittng the)r legtflative Upacfiira aod yfk^ dialTnva in the proccadlngi ot ih« f«* pfemcor general coun, ihe iu/clang*U(bed for waoLol oé, audfuá&red fn«o) inlonyentcfdtt for wait* df tbe dóeexecaiifln of ldnrj dnV anii cdcileAueiiihr, thct tbcr Irnuoí thirdly, *yo«r cqmmlfwwS# . ptoioo, thot^tle' v(f)deif« acwo nude accoooiabU ____to    the ______ lh«t have not bc'enpromulgatfdt & jeded CM judicial oHurrt^the tcnocw af wUofe coiuniidI<*iift, render c/mm dej^nd.nt dq the will aod pleaíttyáo'of thé eaecpiive, and c«»ofequeutlyjflikt ibcjbave been a;:gi)evcd.    ' pdurthly. vour cüJAinittee ore ' opiiitun, tpat the ciiicaiK.have not on Iv fuiUmrd 4drpiivaiiau of ihe|lghtt 0» trecmcQ, have bcrn i.eglq^ad dwd ug^ficved, but iiliu, mat the^'i^hév# bc^ii iitlüiied. it 1» mO*li to he la«* n)eti:«*d that núr fpecica are natural* ly iaclMud i«* treat tlielh lello# be^ iiigs with neglect, if oof with ppprdf . tio.i aod iofoU, when ih^ ylow tho^ (ieprivcd u| tbe'righca ¿Fmeo/ [c Id' uid, that wneii^tbt Britigi commlfU* onera at rived in America .prienr ^t4 I Ik revolu^ioii, with thé fyowo4 pit \ia(e ofcollcding (hf ducíéa 'oh itAÍ! * \c they viewed the AiBtricaM oa'‘|m^ ft^ulbcaiit bciogs, (beiog >dtvtAod ^ iiicir righta) andufed when fpdnblog qftbecheD poor and^tftrrBed peo^ pie of .BoAun, to call them ibr.naiivtg the fame miuoer, and «r|ih tbf rime rpirit, hts cicellrticy Gavwtotnr ¿It. Clair, appears to lookiiqmQ >tpqi| tbt cUix^pa of the Nortll-Wctltrio Territory, (:ihey being (Irlpptd pt tjirir eledlive powtra) 'be Ipemkin# Í -A 4 vj Ipemkin# of them, leema cautiouOy 10^ void ahX «•loM.ol cbntmon nod repédfpl op|>tlUf Iona iohahicatita.or citueqfy and wic|h greoc ore, and 10 .a diminojiro makta ufe of the urm Set tier--, nu^ Ggnt it ta a reat'oo,bfcayCe tlWy ■ llrLi fe^ciera, tbtrefore their jndleit ^era, Ihould hold their com9 during hit will and plctlufé 1 cetlency'• word* art “ in aV tiemrnt.a, it U more ftr ii5- tíliorii» JX oixbt hlüUM nréui^adod 00 iké good that tbeJudicUl    ^ «w. ^uttld ^ «hola 01 •to. fVlllért r.■*'1' -    *    -•    /-    '    ■    M

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