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

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30 Jan 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - January 30, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio I f! ¡ jr r.s'*    ;    .1,    tí f ■ C or THB NORTIi:W E S T E R N T E E E 17 O R T. 1 Vol. in* -*<!r open to all pirties—but itffiuetieod bf liumo, f    •    » ff. W - I\^T? Numiwr ti9 Price per unnum 2$Q cent/,) t^A T V k H Atf Jdnttáf]/ 50,t79^ {Prkifn^h 7 9i9^ mimmé ^ •it.CINCINNATI: Printed by    at    thocomer    of    Third    and    Sjrcamore^tfeeti;rn- a LIST of Lcn*M remtinlng in the Poft'OAice tc CincinnitL on the irh^JiiMitry, i79^- A. k LtSON Irbotnfti, Alciindrf Tho nitt.V BlilMl Diniel. Il«ut* a. Browning Willieni, Braiy jtimei, tfrown hen* fv, Burrei Zacheriah, Baty Thdwti, Butler Kdwird, Capt. Buintéii íítnio* ieL Batch mciekiab. G. CVin John. Clegg RkVtrd, Onap* hell John, Chanltr lUchard, litnt* Coeeo William, tampbell Jolrphlient. t'unningham Jtmei, ILuiklndail Mr. Currier Williaui, Clarke Amhrofe. D. Dowhi ZephenUh. Üclong Francia, Donaghy Paul, Donaran John, Don- * lope Jobo, Davis «Saioael, Dr;cr‘ <>eorge.E> ' flaten Wiliam.*r. i^rothingham Peter, enft^n, Finlf, ^ tnügu. Florin Ftter. Gregg Aaron, lient.ColUhar Jtrrea retthjohn, Capt. Hunter John, Kill Andrew, Kogland W<i.U Jtnings Daniel, copt. Logifi David, I iidUw Ifreal. »    M. Afailen Andrew* Moore RoHert, Miller Jaiwe»,. .Mafon William, M'fli* cHeal Mr. Mlcb^al John, licut. Mun-ion Kphram, M‘Kernan Patrick. P. Patterfon JoTeph, Print Daniel, Pol Jock JaiDCi* R. ' HeT. Mr, ITenderfon, Roberffon John, RuBel Stephen, ioldler. S t Serrrnu, Madamj, Stoddard Jamea, a, 5pencfV Samuel, a, Sprigg, fergt. T. Tbortlfoo Prhe.V. Venceof Aotbony.\V. Wlllit Benjamin. Weitbera Wlllr ^m. Y. Yeriog DarW.JAMF^fOnOL'SON Js preparing to sUrl in a fewiay» to fhllaJelphia, fre. Ac. Cincinnati, Dec. 17,179^.Broke Piison ! ! E a7lh«lt. Archibald Did Hugh O’aifr», •n'á----- ■hcrtr    f«r    «.bi— "•••gro, •'"Í    Jnhnfton.i itto, eominiftett for erlmin.l of-la #ip«dea tlifjr ha»* M tk* OWa. tad gone 10 K*«- WliM»«r apprekfod. faid pnaoralthtf    ‘•f ft ,h*« tolMt*»p*f Pf*' (hall b* handfoianlp rawarded all raafoflaWe DANIEL iYMfcíiíVirHE tadanad, J*a. ao, I7p4. TtJE Subicrihet has (ust ri-ceiveda general assortment ofDry Goods and Groceries^ suitable for the spofOn, which he will sell lower than heeutr did, for Cash.Wm. Jones. Cladaaati Jan. )*, i79^. ' N. B. jlll those indebted, 'Ute reqaetted to pay off their actounts on or before The first-day of March next, as he intends to setoni for Philadelphia about that lime. Those that do not pay by the time above mentioned may be as sured that their accounts will be left in legal hands for re,\ covery.    • The Subscriber H AS just received a sup-ply of ffcnuine old Ma* ft«    •    ^    ft deifa^ í'sMiídi Bw^y of the best qualityj Coffee^ l^oaf su-poT^ kc. And has on hand a If^rpe quantity of Peach Brav^ dy^ Gin, Lisbon Musco. \tado supar^ Popper^ Gteen^ k Bohca Teas. Chocolate^ and anassortnierU of Dry Goods, which will be sold wholesale or retail on to^v terms at his Store next door to Mr. James SHuer^ and adfoininp Mr, John Galbraith*Sy on Front streets John Clark. Cincinnati, i;d Jun, 17^6. Public Sates, he Sold at the Subfcriber’» ^ Aii-íHati iioo'n, on Tueiday ncit the jjth in^. .Tt to o.'clock, A. M. rh<^ fpllnwlng a'-nrlea —KnglilH Ooodi r»ch ai vre fi*Ír'»Me in the feirnO, vil. V ni'ingi of (liTerent colours and <jua* liik*» iearlkins, 'Kair.ei,    half I’bukt, Ihrickfeui, and Corduroys^ in patterns for hreechet, capoea ' and overalli—Worded and yarn hokt iikewife a ^nanitt? of pot met-(If, fome lead, á hurfe fit for drtoghii A fih'er ft etch i and • niimher of o* (her srticlei toe numerous tomen* lion. JOHN PRINCE, Aua. Cioclnptti, jse. la, i?t^« CONGRESS. house or REPRESENTA nVÉS Taefda». ü*e*mb*r tf. [CootiQuaÁ from oor UA] IT wat prepar b« ftid lo rai|<iVr« latofaAtua «bUh iba exprtC- oa uow objadad to «u Rraand* J* «etUeotf ofik#M#pU i^flleíeirvicei oeitlosliNi «Wia «f i|M*eh4et «tsJRIrett dim inift# •d 1 his titperieiiees íei him to ho I tbeo in the tvllHng circnmílao-<et, is it not right for the rcprtfen* Istires t# «the the declmtleo us tbeir cefdiitetnts It the World ! To (oppoie the people, who, tt the pre^ ibiie moment, enjoytdfo meny blelT* iigs under the PreBdenc's tdwlolRf* tjoncoold feel their coobdeoee In him Impnireda would foppofe 0 bafe* nefe ot difpohtioé ooworthy 6f them mid nf the fervices he hoe ichdercd. WiiQ could review the glorio» 1 con* doél of our chief dorhsg the cooBMI of the revolotiow, his oownrM k-honfe For the public good, his brave, ry, moderation and humanity ! Who f.'ould oblerve him lo hit bappy ro* tirement, covered with ghmw obnI •€• ompanlcd by the blefliog of bis coun «t^y I then forfaklsg hia yetirement, fatting oc hazard the mtghty mtft at his repnuciOB, and be ioléoúble of Hitfervicetf Who could review the erickel fvtuatioe to whnb be mferv* ed of ^ace and profpetity doringt floriotn odinlnitrttioo ol fit ytara ¿ • ho could review fbek thbgt ft ool hive hU heart filed witfa gratitatde o#4 elleem f be cipreded hü belif 1, hf*t a Ure o|r.itiuft a%o wai lets the object of the ditike of fome, than affording the opportuoity for the vent of pamons and feelings deep rooted before, Af tothf fcntr of the people of the Preiidenl, he believed it onalrer-ed, as to his immediate confiitDeok he was fore it was ; and if fo, it was the duty ot the houfe to make the de** cUratiun to the world, a doty the houfe owed to thcmfclvee and their coDliitueBtS, and the more biodiag from the nttore of the governtncQt the people had cbotco. J nough tbe Prefideot had tsrice been called to the preBdcoty by the unammoos and uiiloliciced voice of Ilia fellow citizens ; though in obedi* cuct to rhat voice he had made a ft* crificc no otbcrmto would have made ihoogh tbe only reward he baa re* ccivcdtorhis fervices haa befn the appiobntloo of bit couotry, yet ne. vertheleU liceorioot preflea haa lately teemed with lufaoioua and fcao* daious aUufe of him, Jt Uiia he afltrd coiilonaot to the fceHnga of the boule and fliatl they Attempt to coocrad ita etfeda hi the «oly coaíHvuiioatl toaa oer f Shall not they dedare tbtlr oft'Q and chelr cooftitueiica conlideiice OHdisaiwiibed ia chat oiiiccr of tho guvttnuKni% fie haa cold the Leglflatora that he withes |o co-operate, |o preterve unimpaired the hiclliog we enjoy.— Docs the houfe believe thia f then it ia wrong to ezprefi their confldtnet f He belieired, he fatd, that the etV fnrta made to dellruy the charader of ihiv flrtt of man, InRead of produc* iiig the mifchlcf ioiendtd, would cC fed the contrary ¡ and be alfo ci* prclifd bia belief that tbe tide of ilia pofmUrkf at the prefeot moment flowed with unufua! Iirength. . it has hceh intimated, he obifrved, thrt fandioning the vote of confidence compliwetrd in clnofe of the addrela ouder coofideratioA, voofd tmplicirn on approboriou of a lace met fore of ibe txtcoilve, and would precludf ijie polfibillty of free tplnmn when tht meafuft might come ntder tbe eonfiderntlon of the houfs. Hi dtelarcd, npunbia bootr •C’ lb.t lir JnJ •• VkmU ‘«Vctti-lw dU ,ét the ^ou of ooiteiiiiiuit which In now proOd, ipfNTohttlon    th» tbe cfecoiUe, It 4m Ik iMentfrf.lliMlitT.rnr laritiblo ! k óofr.ióiflikt ie( t,M( eenccMlah, m on ot thn aoMr<( Msor ^W'llar " doft «f tie -osMttira. XMwr htnfe csMtfi tbcir weOenftfti » . pohlic omtr the» «uoot MMk'HW|' * theoh(lief*.hln IbMHiU,inif VOr thMbkcbereftrr, nmniciw Mj nocnl cendoft mtWie tIkeV ' batioo. ^b#ttbt rbNr tncM h tbtmomm hAf bMlAttAcki^,    . versrbfliMd srRli wbAzmáo srtib toft reporatioA to bf ro be wooAded*-nwliH AArd All t# Hire »g ry |w.Jc will rewdtf Hk cheff iDAjiflnte to merceotriei. If coaift ed to fbeltxemirt lt%tU vaeaAcldiido Abe b^|k vtrDoseot to be likd'|Í»JÍÍ£!!L2I55. Another eonlÑifrAltBllV^ M (hootd btvf M lifltmacf-j (ifiooo Tbe fame ol ^ tlllf rrate's cbarader hit Mltd ikft world; tbe AmtrlcAo*<ptltlHAgÁ ly difltngoilbcd as a pto^e uniform AttAchioert foeroHi Wlfj i if at this time of tbo él^ ifcdy AWf ly detlare tbeir svtit of op||MAil4 in thatmAQ, they will I UgDAiit predlfliool wMeh lltti eotertd agaioft oor ly mmito Theflr eonfidffttloBt, ImÜlfc t»á f srtlgbed on bU    ^ for uriitlng obt nrftt^od|Jbt td he wouM dUlM himliyMl litf circomftaiice tbot ha4 accofftad* I» him dorlAg bli onbHc Hii;bl|Mililw ly at tbit period And o«d|r    J Tent circoadlAAces of klifróhsíir ihould conftdtr the pnyAfMíi^dMM:' motion nl tnnUmomst to Á dbilandt ^ on, tbe honfc atd tMr fpaltaMttt.. did not feel with coolid*|KS ttk fidtnc noihipairedo    ^ Mr. Livingttoii IoomíMI «Vl Oft^ tUn obich the drafted Hdreft Mid# ed tbe bonfe to i ba% give hh Airat to k M k*    I# tbould vote for ftQUagoidf^'^ iindiminitiM, If 1    mm* he urged—>bh eooculvod Ih    wsn called to tTfAl Ig HM'ftooibW'aa*-prefa opinions, mOcb Itib da idM* ona of oibnrs, bat ta mnkg WfS-^ Heifit fomncb tfbo dotkol|ripD thd '’ tituation which the «twOif-W »V* nddrefa bad placed in tho 1lÍMk|Lll|Íft be wKbed tht dlltnMM 'of'awoíit might be avoided. 1W gdittmik» lad np lamentid the fitoitfo^ flN]f|A * lyobfervtik that ftvHcInf ^ km.i out wnt tantamonnt t# A dfdtmkftV* that fbt confidence Vepofcd %i. flW prcfident waa dlmtolflKd. M > ^ Mggcd to tsmind him ibttni wsa ^ fram^oftbe iddfffi, tad bo one of them, that hod iavolvo^ ibr bouCi la tl|ie difngretoMo finO^W ' Hede«Ured bT^f • U tb. pair^n^ fV-widfeJ a, •• •• metlao-ii. dMl.rad b« n«t prtparwl t, f., «bhttba a^iaUa if ble «at(Htae«, «

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