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

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16 Jan 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - January 16, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio f . % »The C E WES ^    .       ^X.'/7^ N T I N E L.^of. the 4j O R.rtern r e m É /, r o r. r. Yol. III4 rr ”7f ,^4-i \ ini A * IOpen to all panics-*but influenced by ndne^ . Number ‘I í3 prlcí fir annum 250 cents.) ' S ji T U R D A T, JaHttdry r6,1796; {Price fftffii 1 itntuC I N C I N N A T I: Printed by í^.'Ílfy4A’íF£LL, at corner of Third JuxdSycamore-Str eels, A    Í    .    V BS|, J.STllAYPD, Some time last iimnicr, one l^fge^JiUck Cow, aUout, eleven y<afs old—One fmall young Do. ycrlup . I'omc white In her forehead nnJ on her feet, fiiull flrciglit horns, ttaii'llng wide, colour—dark dun. Whorveir takes up faio Strays, snd delivers ihcm la Mr, Thomas Oliver, (\ú;<ínt for the new contrador,) fhali be haadfoniely rrwiVded. Citxcinnati, Dec 3ti^95A'ífít» French Store! !! The ubscriher lias Just • pcntfd, a new and elegant aílortmeniofDty GooJs^ d Groceries; in the Front room of Mr. James Hill’s Hoofe, Sycamore ftreet, which he will Jifpofe of on the rcafon» able terms for Cafli. fThomas Barrousscl, Cincinnati Dec. 11, 1795.H E R E A SA/) ^    Moony)    has^//eIope‘l Irom iiiy bedanJ board wiilioatanv justprovo-ihis is to forvvarn all persons from irdsling^ htsr on toy acconiit as I am determinad to pay no d^ibrs of her con-Iractiilg from this date. Samuel Mooney. ' Ciocinntti, Dec. 9, 1795» N. B. All per(bns aré forbid fcarbourlng, or purchafing any pro-periy of the f»id Miry, «■ their ■feril.    \~JAMESFOBGUSON tJs preparing to start in a few 'days to Philadelphia, &c. &c. ..Cincinnati, Die. 17, rypC MEDICINE r- ^ Ac thf Mfdicil Store of llitch and Baraii • > A.Unlvcrfal aflbrtmcnt of atenc and other Medicioei fuFtcd ;o the difordars incidcpt lothii climaia, Vfi. B-iteman*! drops, Godtrey’i cor. dial, fflence.ot peperrnlnt, Britiih oil, Doa. Steeri Chymical Opodcllock, Andarfon’i and Coopera pilUi oil ol Peneroyal,Gum. Cimphiro, Peruvian bark. Stl nitre. faltt and a variety of Ouftii, tiinr* and Varoidies for Me-thanical ufe, and many other article too numerous to mention. And fariher, the public nny rell af-fured that lUofo of uur IrlluW citueos .who.re ple.fed lo l.vour ui with llifir cuftom, or «onfiilcnee in ill* le* eer.l hr.ncli*. of our prufeffioo, the rniillfir favour (h.lt he urMtul y Sc-kuowledced una w.ib.ll confiJer It Oor1ndir(.enfiSl.duty to ende.vor to ftt.rit thelt fi.onrbytbe moll con-Eint end f.iihful «tienfion-Ciociaooii, Dec. a], i79f' 'For5ale, FIFTEEN HUNDRED acres of land, lying in the county afCamit-bell in the Stare of Kentucky, beginning about five miles, belowthe mouth of Licking on the hank of the Ohio river, and running thence up the river in fight of Cincinnati, there is between five ard fix hundred a* crcs of prime bottom ori the rraft, with three or iour fmall improvements thereon tlic term», which will he advantageous to the pur-chaier, may be known on appl’ca-tion, to the fubfcriber.at Col. Rol bcrt Johofont, in Scott County, Kea^ tucky.. Pullyman Merry^ Cincinnati, Nov, 30, 1795.,Notice^ All perfont indehted to the of-tate of John and Jofcph Cutter, late of Cificionati, deceafed, are re-quefied to make immediate pavment| any demands agaiofi the faid efi^tea, arc reqiicfted to bring forward their accounts aOthrniicatcd by law.xSelh Cutter, Adm. Cincifloati, Dec. 3, r79;. STRAYÉD from the Paftures of the Subfcriber, fome lime in the pre-.fcnt fall, a likely hay Mart; foorSAn and a half or fifteen hands hi£h fomewhat blooded, 9 or to years old, trots, and ii rather loV of carriage, apt to trip a little'with her lore feet, J think ihe haj a fiar in her forehead, and is branded (hith 1 P ^ on oncofher fhouldert, W^^hocverwil fecure the mare and inform the owh-er where (he may be bad, (hall be well rewarded by/ohn C. Symmes* Nor.tbbcod, N4)v.20ih 179;.Auctionicrings \ The fubfcriber begs leave to inform lire public, chat he Inttrndi carrying on the above huiiuefs, at the hoofe formerly octupicd by Mr. Janies Caldwell, in Main-lleet, two doars above Major Doylc’i. The advantages natorally refulling from fair public files, is well known by ibofe who have keen accuftoiucd té them-Hc likewifc ftajten hiijiftlf, that hit knowledge in the bufinefs, will make it to the advantage of thofc who wiflici to imploy him in that I.    I me.    ' He proppfet otic day in the week, ^for falei, viz. rocfdaya. * And as loon as he has applications fuch as will merit the notice ofthf public, he will inform ihum thro* the channel of thU paper. Goods will bf received at any iim«i •• bovc mentioned plf^e, where care and attention will be given tneni* JOHN PlUNCE, Claeinnaii, Nov. >9» ‘Tpi- ^EOUND,ON the 7th inst. a small sum of rtioncy, the owner by applying, and describing it to the Printer hereof, may have it again. Cia.taaicl, D««, u, 09f*Fofeign Intelligence. * ♦ ^ > “    ipii If^^O^tber IS. tfghar, V>r —jPit-raf ucoatioD of the wv gliifi ill the Mediterranean, begips to . excite uQealtaefi. . 'fbe firenaih of their maririme and commerci^ con* fequcnoe.begias to be felt on all lides, fo that the Court of Madrid hM given orders to prepare 30 (hips of the line, bote *^iS|^m(DaQded by Adi^iret Mazar-edo. It is to td in the Medue rft-neaa^,zpd will probahty join the mt' ritinie force of the French Republic i^ that fea. T^Spáotih Governmeot have ip-poliord a Don Moldava to repair to St. Ooimogo, and foperinund the furradder of thpir part of the ifland lb the French. . Odober ty. > Eztrad of t Letter frooi Ai^ert|* 5eptember 24-    *• . **Peace with America WM anoi^nc td here onthe 8th iofitat, foi 00 the following day the Eoglilh confuí bad ji^ice to depart^ within the month, which will, of courfe be followed by declaration of war. Ao Eisglliii privatMr, ihat happened to he wlrh*% ii the bay, has been made a prize of, And the crew made flaves>*’ make the beft of ,the}r why fo Ea^ gland, gave them a cart blanche . that purpafe,and iinaiediately ga^w; | chafe Co the large %ips t, bowesei^r ’ it is hoped they eftaped. thongh bea- ^ ring down upon the Fa liius. rhey dif*. ¡ ‘ cove/ed |hf ir errof befare they wbcr^i|- .* before be gave chafe, from the fi^uadron there was tn fqaadruii cruifing in the latitute of Cape Clear, under the fame infiiudl* ona. -    \    *    .    ' Veifcls captured by the Freoehf^ viz.—The Hibberts, the Cmenld»#^ vefiél, name uokuown,' the Uaiaiai^ the Fifher, the Thames, the Albtoi» the Kent and iKc Carrier.—The Cer> rjer is arrived in the river, and th, Hibberts is retaken by the i$niiu Alit ^ctrt frigate. , ^Cap^o of the Jameict Fleet. ei^fiprefs .nrmefi, at the Jamaica Cofftfg-HÜdiftlic the folIo\Aiog onfortooate iátcfH-gence /— On Monday the 2tfi of September, the mibbcrts, in company with the Rmerild another, in lit. 4Í, W ahd long. aS.fell in with and wai captured by a fquidron of vetfcla, commanded by Maollhaw, cbnfifiing of La Forte, 44 guns ;Lt Tortae, pf43t Nereid, of jo ¡ Ftcius of 10 ; a brig of 40, and a lugger of 18. This Iquadron was diepttcbed from Rochefort about a month before, in order to intercept the homeward boond trade from the Wefi-lndiea and had previous* to the above mentioned cap tares, taken and fenc to France, the (hips Uriana and Fillier> belonging to the homeward-bound Jamaica fleecw 'On the lid of Sept. they captured the Thamci.Atierhury, and the Albi. on, Rcnwick, put off the faibe fleet; it is much to be fetrcd, they would méet with many more, ti there was be tweengo & 49 vefielt aboutz day’s fall afiarn of the (hips that were captured, ttiihout^any (hip for their proiec-lion. The paíléogeri, and crew of the Hibberts were put on board the Tortuc, and about two days alter-wards the chlel mate and fecond, with the crews of the Thames and Albion, were put cn board the Fabiui and the (hips under her convoy weie feat to Rochefort. The Hibberts was difpttched the night before, on., der coavoy of the Hrig. Oniheijih of 6'epiemb . the Fabius gtyt chale to, and took the carrier, Bryan, of the fame fleet At the Itine time fiw two large (Kips, about 2 Itaguei to the northward, the wind being N. N, K. were (leering Kaft. The cbplain of the Ftbtua put all the En-gliM prifoners, excepimg the captain by whofe Company be wegan to be alarmed on board the currier, and Told them they wera at iiberiy to r Pcliciee were doing at Lloyd.'t t large amoobts, at f ^goi0eaa, for. j'. months, to rttorn tppL If boflflhtí^l oenfVbtfwre expiradoa ff thii ^ ^•4^    * Oúchtf Copy of j|L,f«Uer from I. M^Faflet Mate ofihe Juflloa^ lUtei ^pil •Oék. 14*    .    . •i *1 ftod you the foHo|wbf jdKii^ . obie oeer^ nh On ú»d yth 1 hi. 37.ldng. ta» W.,zt y a;;m. fri^ > ¿a. the.majl-iiead^vllM^^ thoul Nf R- b^i). flézfdlwg rgMM oe m\th aULfrtls fee- M ekfwf .CAir% Id1w the teAf wt uml pAde (evera) wmiz; woe French IWiif * camoAp intR Cenfeur’A fereUqp apipptA-Uatmafls gone i; faigiud|M of tMiti| ftip.pcrfolng and/QAiai^A¿tlP;*A|r titude Aod Bedfondsi Aww (hip’a main end mizgfHtgMo.j fix more of the Freocli fing the Foititudt.Aod B¿4foVv,J} ly up k Sriog; cwofriggtwa chi'* bringing to the /coavo>< ftil^ol tlie Hdc.** tí Early yciierday tnómlagA mei^ get arrived at.thf udmaralty mnk intelligence of the «loft, 4^fii§rew«b^ nature relative to oar homeV.erd bound MediterrAOiAn flrat,^ which bp peara to have been intercepted tboot 60 leagnei N. W. from cape St. Vhs* cent's by the French fqoedron admiral Richery wbkh fuM Toulon -for that porpofe * Af, odt reader! may recoiled he wrote the ConveniiOR 00 the loth Sepiem* her, ** ho watfld fail accordiag i4 or* ' deri the firft (air wind, nonaritb^AAd* ‘ ing the EodUh fleet bctog U fight of ' Toclon, and wat idtdy to forfeit hit bead.if he dld not pafi it eepercArv* td.    ^    . I He accordingly failed from Tgulog on the 17th «It. aad paftjrd Barcalomsh**" 00 the 23d .* il ls esoffo pkobahÍe|íhiii^ » he waited In a Spanilh port JÍÚ hUgf had intelligence of tho ballleg of oufjp fleet From Glbralier o« the 24th «w* • der convoy of the Bedford, Forijtede' Cenfeur. Algo, Joio, Muiinti,«^an<f^ Ylfipbone,    I he Argo, JtHua, tnA aboot 30 Merebaatmen paricdcnet pany on the 2ftth ; on Iht Xtkfl t-e» tohvr, the remainder of the convoy coofifUngof ahootfi«fy fail, uraa a ticked by the flett of the egpmj the firft intelllgenca of ^ ^ brought by the JuftiaAtxaptiM'i^] litrrived at HoftfiAoOtb.    ^ The CoaftaniUci Vi

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