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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - March 12, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio p 0 E T n r, ,r.i;-: wou -iDEr) thrush.• rj \    --1 'i flAT TbruHi ihtieis wounclcJ, i hiihrr liw fwveet little bird ! t    4    ^    , '• L'ü )i>J ibiiil; l^woulJ hurt jou ir*) orar : 1 Won’t n© I won’t on my word. L< Thv \v:ng,th31 fo bloody iiani^s'down. • /’rt’uy Cleaiurc; fay can ir ail.’ 1 doucI y0iT\c been ^otby feme ^    ■ clown ; i' \yJ ^    •    . Cow.c, uli me you/ piilful talc. Yci, y.ady. Tiiy tale yon fiinll know* rifilul tale you will find ; To a gunner iry lorrow I owe — i Inve Ijij^ b:ca alVaid uf man. kind. Tbor^;’i Í hnd been i»iot at before, I- I ht*y lii‘ppilv inifs’d 1 1.:; wound you io k’lidiV'ilcp^rc, as 1 l«t oil yuu bub¿n. All íToVr the wind in the ray I la? iidle tliinking of ill j T!u.> wool.dcd. I iliitrcred away— 'I l.e i.'t.>oier is after me ilill. Cli / f'ive mu fiom irurdVing man ! My life if you can but prolong, rU iJt.y you aa well a* 1 can. ^ rii j'.ay you vitli many a fong. Sweer    !-    afid    ihc ga\c' him a k i Ik Tbcii gently il»e dipt off his • )ving-^ li’c ii V# s, anfd ti e bard that penn’d I h'.s, M’.)?!^er d-iy hcai-sl the pretty rogue a.ig. mlses^ as occasion may re-, (¡nirc. 'i iicscaie my wishes — this will be my constant ({er la rat inn-wnh\ i hear your • rcplicatioii-Áo not demur-U you do 1 must become non- • ju/i_ and my hopes be for ever discontinued- Let us as soon as possible come'to an issue in /<ic/-aud 1 hope.then tQ„con^ vince yovtc/ilhouC any witness whatever., that I am disposed todo justice in the cause as soon as i have opened it-I than!; yon for the small in-, stances you have given me of your lavor_be pleased to grant nie a continuance ol them Uom temi to/f7W_until fmnl ¡ndpmciU shall be- rcn-dcred for me or against me GJNO and STANLEY, i TtT't e, J ÍJ lii O I can appeal to Heaven that my heart is Hue aiulinj inten-lion is upright -be assurcci 1 shall never romrnence such a suit again - till (he constable o! all si.all summon me out of existence-and iurlher saith not _ /'our devoted-aIfcctionate lover,    I bkvj.amin victim. liiiiir Temple, Maj lo. A LOVE LETTER, . From a Lawyér to his Mistress. MAPAM, ^VHFUEAS you, my bclov* filFaiharineSanders^ by vir lueol the ten thousand, harms vou possess, on tlie 6lli day of December last, in the evening ol the said day, at a certain play-house in the town of , laid an attachment on the heart of youNdevoted ■ servant Henjaiiiin Victim__ wliirh though ol little value, is • entirely at your service, as . soon as you can be persuaded lo proceed lo execution and levying on ihe samc-ln con-s'deration, iherefore of the affections of my said heart lo you'lnng since, on the evening aforesaid, /j/Ven, granted, tuÁ confirmed- condescend in . exchange, to bergain, sell, and convey to me, the sai(l Lenjamin, that fair tenement ofclay, which is 'yourself_to-gether with all the privileges, Jeeds, commons, underwoods, brtifhes, swamps, ways, waters, water-courses, easements, and • anpurtenances- to the same belonging, lo Have and lo hold • I he same I* me ihe said Benjamin during ihe lerm ol your nShiral life, and if you will, I hereby covenantmá promise^ «<n my part, lo setlíe on you - all my esfate which4S ptrson. al,ta bc',holdén hytyou thesaid . Yx^úiiúnt in tail female sp0‘ cial-ind 1 further promise lo ft've,tiyou ,(rec HWerty to vte, . iceupy and wn/|nrvatbo Six Dollars,^cwaid. STRAYED from tht plantafíon of the fubfcfiber, two ^ cow5—one dark hrindle, the other red. both branded on the near horn thut, M. W, Any perfon fending the fuhfcri-her word, or leaving word, wiihmr Yeatnian in Cirr.inrnti, where the cows are, (hall have the above reward, or thiee dollars for each, paid by me Matthew W'inlon. Mimiry 4, 279^* Brohe Pi ¡son ! f THE 27iliult. Archibald Did- fp, Hugh O’harra and----- Daugherty committed for debt— [eni.ane^ro, and Ifaac JohnOon, a mulatto, committed for criminal of enees—It is expe^Ucf they have croflsd tlifC^hio, ind J^one to Ken* tucky—V/hoever apprehends faid efcapes or cither ot them, and delivers them tothe keeper ot laid prion, fliall be ¡ andfomely rewarded and aJl reafonablcr cl arges paid by ü.-iSlkL SYMMKS, bherÜf. Ciocianad, Jao. 20,1796, ulscrllcj:, h::s just, res f Ti^VEjnft rec.iv.ct a vrry h.ná'^ generaiassorimcnt ol 1 1 fumeaclJitioiitDtlieiraliortiiR-iit j £)j-y (¡oods and ClOCClieS, of Cioods fuiiablc lor the preOnt and j    '    ' approaching feafon, which they are j suitabUf)l tllC SCOScn^ which opening for fale at their btore in Co* ¡    .n    n    t    11 linnbia and iNorthbend; and hope to ! t^O {VlH Sell lowe.rttian lieewf. did, for Caslu meritacontinuance of their friends and the-pablic’s cudoni, as tlicy are determined to fell all chrap for calli good, hides, Wheat, K)e, Uarley “and hhps. Cincinnati, Nov. 13, I79f* Win. foncs, Cin-cinnaii Jun. 2i, 17y?'), Will be Sold. ON the fourteenth. fiftecn!li jnd fixnemh of March next, by tlu \ phia ohout that linic. Sohf fiber, at the pUce lit fornierlj .    do Wit pm 1>Y tii Notice^ Is once more given lo all those who have drew public guns ol any kind from the sub scriber; lo return them imme-diately lo James Cux, or they may expect Co. D. C. Orcutt. JiO. 23,1796. The subscriber, begs leave to inform his friends and the public in general that he cai-•/ieson ihe Breeches and G)oe¿ making Business in the neat, est manner at his Shop on Main street! By this NOTICE' he flatters himselfhe shall ob/ tain the general custom. .T^mas WiUiams, ' CwcUnati, F«k, S« >79^*    ' lived, next door to Mr. Jacob :.tcw art la Cincinnati—1900 Apple trees at p ihillings per hundred or fix pence the fingir one. Uacon or corn will 'or taken in pay, dcTucrtd ai fl:. >tc want. t/riah Jill. 39,1795. Gales. TO BE SOLD, BILLS 0Í EXCIl/lNGE jt ten (lavs sight, on llie «erre tary of War in Philadelphia. Caleb A wan, Pav master ol , the troops of the C'niled States. Head-^quarteYs. Greenville, Jan. 1,1796. 1^0 Lice, \ LL pcrfons indebted to the ef ^ » tare of John and Joleph- Cutter late o# tiricinnati, dcceafed. are re* quelled to make immediate payment, any demands againlt the faid eftates, are rcqucfted to bring forward iheir accounts auihrnricaird by Ipw. Seth Cutter,' Adm. Cincinnati, Dec. ;t, i 765. 1 ■NüflCE % \ IS hereby given to all those who stand indebted lollie subscriber, either by note or book account, to come and settle theirrespecliveaccounis on or before the seventh day of March next, otherwise they miy rel) on his delivering all .'ccounts that will be unsettled after that day into the hands of an attorney in order to reco ver the same. John M'Cullough, Cineinaiti, F«b. lyyj. THE subscriber takes this method of informing hi» friends that he has hcgan the Baking hufi* nefs, on Wattr ftreet, at hit houfe adjoining to r. Duffey’i ftore.— Thofe chat pleafe^to lavonr him with their cuitom, will be waited on at all limes they call or fend - at eight o** clock every morning they can be fupplied with warm bread^ kc, - John Sayer 6 Co, . Clociaatti, Jtn. 39, 1796. Notice. THKo»-p»rlirtTfltlp,t>r Stew»r4-k-Rutkr diflnlved by mutual con* fent on the firft' day of Dec. I79f« —the fuSfcribcr reqoefts all ihofc whoftaod indebted to faid co partner (hip to make immediate payment, fethcy may be able Co fettle o£f their refpeáiye accounts. Jacob Stewardi Cineiaitti^ Ish. 19,17$^* N P). All thoso imlcbted^ are reqiteslcd lo pay off their accounts on or bifure ihc fust day of March next, as he intends lo set out for VhiladeU Those c lime above niailioncd may be as. Sural that ihcir accounts wilt <0    f I'clc/l in Iccal itcuids for re. I ovary. CUME lotbc Iio!i<;(;of the sul)-nibpr.iii tl;c i.stiusfant, a hia. k M.UC ai>oi;l fourteen liigli, supposKljtobe a-bout Iwehe )ears [id, low raiiiagp, svvitcu tail, a small star ill her li'iehc.''.d. consider-ably lunrlod will) the sutldlc, blind oí the liglit 2. Jo^vph Lmumlsa Mill Creek, 1 \lile-'< Well *>f Tucker’» buiionjan. 20,1796. THESUBSRIIUII Has justrecciccda supplf of genuine old Maaeira^ French Brandy of the besi quality. Coffee, Loaf sugar^ kc, /¡nd has on hand a large quantitj ojPeadi Brandy,Gin Lisbon wmc, Mus( ovado SdJgar Pepper, Green, and Bohcm Teas, ChoroluLe, andanas^ sorlnient oJ DRY GOODS IT^hich will he sold wholesale or retail on low terms at hii store, next door'to Mr, James Siluer, and adjoining Mr. John Galbraiths, onFroti^ ’Street^ JOIiy CLAÜKE. Cincinnati, jr Jan.1796. Beet For bale, Thrsubscriber liasaquani lily OÍ well saved brrI tor sale athisslore, next door belovr Captain Bciibain's lavernl IV: M^Cluner. Cincinnati, February 24, T ■'IfK Subfcriher Inforins Ihi» friends and cudomeri, that he has declined bufioefi^ in tbia place- and wiOiei all thufe ihac are indebted to him either by ifote •r hook account, to come and make payment before the ifth April oexc Any oue wifhitig todifcliarge their tccQuati nr notes contra^rd with him, will find them with Mr. Robert MUchell, Mercht. Tliofc that glr^t may rely that no indulgence will be given after ihil per’Aid. Thufc that will' comply will very much oblige their humble Serve.. John Gclbraith^ Cincinnati, March 4, 1764.

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