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The National Republican And Ohio Political Register (Newspaper) - January 7, 1823, Cincinnati, OhioIantria hate also sustained several de pleats and have been compelled to shut themselves up in the fortresses. Accounts from constantinople confirm the reports of a naval Battle having been bought Between the turks and the greeks in which the latter were victorious and captured six of the turkish vessels Liverpool october 29. The affairs of Greece present some what of a More favourable aspect than they have lately exhibited for though the carnage and the loss of life which have attended this sanguinary contest have been most afflicting yet the patriotic troops Unap called by danger and a subdued by suffering still maintain the contest in every Quarter of the country with a spirit worthy of the sacred cause in which they Are end Are Ltd without meaning to pledge ourselves for the accuracy of the accounts which have been recently received we May be allowed to state that they Are too circumstantial to allow the supposition that they Are entirely fabricated and that though they May not be free from exaggerations we May fairly draw from them this inference that the affairs of the g ree k s Are not in a desperate state and that the contest is maintained with that degree of Seal and perseverance which authorizes the Hope of ultimate Success. Congress of Allied sovereigns. London october 28. Hie Paris papers of thursday and Friday have arrived since our last. A the journal Des Debats contains a Long and we think an important article relative to Turkey. It is the rein stated and a patently from authority that the emperor Alexander had a a announced to Tulve Congress of Verona his intention of entirely changing his system with regard to to r k by and of e in p i try i no m e a is o f Force to compel at last the barbarous government of constantinople to make we shall Otter no remarks upon this statement a few Days we expect will enable us to communicate intelligence that will Supply the Best comment. O Verona october 18.�?the emperor and Empress of Austria and the Kings of Prussia and Sardinia arrived Here on the 15th inst. The emperor of Russia arrived on the 17th. The following arc the names of the members of the Congress now Here the Prince de Metternich the liar on de Lebzeltern the count de Spiegel and the Chevalier de Gentz the Viscount de Montmorency the Baron de Rayneal and count de Caraman count de Nesel Rode count Pozzo Diborgo the senator Tatistcheff count de Mocenigo Lieut. Gen. Count Zernit Scheft and several councillors of state and principal members of the Cancellerie the Prince Marti Enberg count de Bernstorff the Prince de Hausfeld and Cardinal Spina. Verona at this moment exhibits a most Brilliant appearance the presence of the sovereigns has drawn hither so much company that it is difficult to obtain lodgings the Price of which is very one of the ministers was under the necessity of paying 4000 francs per month for a very Ordinary . Miscellaneous. Paris october 26. It is stated in the Turin Gazette of the 17th of oct. That Jaccoi Ditzig to very recent letters from Venice scarcely any Hopes were entertained of the life of the celebrated sculptor Canova. At the Date of these letters he was in. The last extremity and his medical attendants declared that they could do nothing More for him. Frontiers of Moldavia oct. 5. The last letters from Odessa confirm the account that Selim Pacha with 15,000 men had gone Over to the persians that several severe actions ensued in which the turks were totally Defeated and lust All their artillery. Constantinople september 25. In the course of last a trek intelligence was brought by tartar direct from Syria which confirms what had been previously announced relative to the disaster at Aleppo. On the 6th of september when the late accounts came away the shocks of the earthquake had not yet ceased. The ravages occasioned by tulja a Yent Are not confined to Aleppo. Thev Baye been Felt More or less at Antal Antalia Ges ses Latakia Alex Andretta Tarsus Marasse Hama and Herns. Some slight shocks were Felt even at Damas and the Ide of Cyprus. A fire which broke out on the night of the 8th inst. In the 1 House of an armenian reduced to ashes 2000 houses All inhabited by persons of the lowest class. The plague a made some Progress in in course of the two last weeks Par tic a irly in the villages bordering on the Call and among the troops encamped near Usu Odere Bara and Galata Are not die free from it but no Case has yet in eared in the hospitals. We understand that a rencontre took ice on tuesday morning Between sir Ison Lowe and the Baron Las Casas. St son of the count of that name Jostle the House of the former when Baron applied a horse whip to the folders of the major . Republican. 1 Vero it situated in lit. 45.26 n. Long ,14 e is an ancient fortified City of Italy capital of Veronese with a Bishops see an Academy. The streets Are crooked filthy. It is surrounded by to lick Walls by ditches and Good Rampart and contains m population of about 60,000 inhabitants. Iny the elder Cornelius Lepof and other distinguished characters of Antiquity were Boro Lere. The principal Structure is a roman am it hither tre somewhat in ruins to which Are a 44 rows of benches of White Marble which ill conveniently hold 25,000 persons. The per adige divides it into two parts Over which handsome Stone Bridges. This City was ten by the French in july 1796, but the Pat Ria its obliged them to surrender it in june ?9. It is 17 Miles n. Eol Mantua and 62 yes s w. Of Venice. . January to 1823. We have furnished our readers to Day with such foreign intelligence As we received by last thursdays mail. The mail on saturday brought us nothing of importance and that due yesterday morning had not arrived when our paper went to press. It was not our intention to make any reply to a a corrector in the last Liberty Hall or to his Friend a a Back woodsman but understanding that some notice of those Anonymous writers was expected from us we shall Only state that the citizens of Hamilton county and the state of Ohio possess too much sense and discernment to believe Anonymous assertions in the newspapers in contradiction to the voice of the people openly expressed in Public town meeting. If these writers Are not satisfied with the sentiments of the City As manifested by the vote at the meeting on the 24th lit Why do they not assemble the citizens again and make an Effort to reverse the proceedings of that meeting they dare not. Conscious of. The weakness of their cause and of the impossibility it of imposing upon the people a candidate who will not stand higher in Public estimation than second upon the list while or. Clinton is offered for their favour they will not take a step which rashness Only could prompt them to adopt. We comprehend the policy of these writers in the course which they have taken but they May be assured we shall not prematurely make a Public declaration in favour of any one of the presidential candidates however much we May be assailed by the partisans of either. We do not wish to continue this dispute As we certainly should were we the enemies of or. Clay. It is not yet certain that or. Clinton will consent to be considered a candidate for the presidency if he should not the state of Ohio will give its votes to some other gentleman qualified to exercise the important duties of that office. It therefore becomes the partisans of other candidates to observe some degree of caution in their deportment towards those who May at this time be the supporters of or. Clinton. Or. Clay has Many warm and Active friends in Cincinnati and no doubt would have Many More if a few such As a a Bac woodsman a would restrain themselves to a judicious and Liberal policy and the exercise of common prudence. From what we have already seen we Are Well satisfied or. Clay will suffer More from the officious Zeal and indiscretion of some who pretend to be his warmest advocates than from any fixed dislike in the people. Or. Clay and or. Adams. On our first Page will be found two letters directed to the editors of the National intelligencer one from Henry Clay and the other from John q. Adams on the subject of the negotiations at Ghent. It is certainly a matter of deep regret that a con rovers which has already occupied much of the attention and critical observation of the american people and which cannot terminate but with serious injury to one or More of the parties concerned should be renewed and again become the subject of Public investigation and comment but when two of our most distinguished citizens appear before the Public in an attitude of comparative hostility to each other arising out of transactions of great National importance it is the duty of the people to examine into the merits of the contest with a reference to the subject matter of the dispute. Not having seen the pamphlet of or. Adams to which or. Clay alludes and As or. Clay has not thought proper to state any fact or opinion therein asserted or expressed we shall consider these letters As they stand disconnected with the subject matter of the negotiations at Ghent. Judging then As we should of any other respectable citizens we shall offer two objections to the letter of or. Clays one to the manner under All the circumstances of its appearance and the other to the matter which it contains. It is a fact of the most Public notoriety that a contest Between or. Adams and Jonathan Russell was for a Ping time carried on in the newspapers in which or. Adams completely triumphed and or. Russell sunk to a degraded level both As a Man of truth and veracity and As a politician. This contest was confined exclusively to these two gentlemen and we have not perceived the necessity for the i interference of a third unless it was to provoke a new dispute and extend the evils of the quarrel. Had or. Adams or or. Russell in the course of their controversy made any statements in relation to or. Clay that were not founded in truth or expressed any opine ups which did not result from the facts stated and on application they had refused an unqualified disavowal or satisfactory explanation or. Clay might have publicly denied those statements or contested those opinions and he would have been justified by the United voice of the whole he done this ? has he Ever called on or. Adams to disavow or explain ? his letter furnishes a fair inference that he has not or has he taken that course which common prudence would have dictated a he addresses a note to the editors of the government paper which he directs them to publish saying that he thinks or. Adams has been guilty of some errors no doubt unintentional both As to matters of fact and matters of opinion in regard to the transactions at Ghent mating to the navigation of the Mississippi and certain liberties claimed by the u. States in the fisheries and to the part which lies or. Clay m bore in those this declaration in the first place is extremely a insurable for its ambiguous and insidious expression. For notwithstanding the professions of regret and reluctance which Are scattered throughout the letter the Manifest tendency and effect of it is Ambi guas in Vul gun spa Gere Voces. Or. Clay knows or he has been guilty of a Folly and indiscretion we should not dare to impute to him that the facts stated by or. Adams in his pamphlet Are Eilbes True or false and the opinions therein expressed either erroneous or Correct and knowing this he was bound not Only to or. Adams and himself but to his friends and the Public to have stated what those facts and opinions were. When we con Sider the elevated rank or. Clay holds in the Public estimation the promptness and decision which has uniformly marked his Public conduct and the chivalrous spirit which has appeared at Al i times to have animated his bosom we confess we Are at a loss to account for the ambiguity of his letter a and it is equally difficult to suppose that he would lend himself to the cause and become the partisan of a Man who has been driven from the Field without even the Consolation of a plausible pretext for engaging in the Battle. There is another part of this letter equally inconsistent with the general character of equally deficient in Perspicuity and definite import. He says a i will at some future period More propitious than the present to Calm and dispassionate consideration and when there can be no misinterpretation of motives Lay before the Public narrative of those transactions As i understood them. I will not at this time be even provoked it would at any time be inexpressibly painful of me to find it necessary to enter the Field of disputation with either of my late colleagues a and this declaration is made at the same time he publishes to the world that or. Adams has been guilty of a misrepresentation of facts and incorrectness of opinion. We do not know what or. Clay Means by entering into the Field of disputation but we have greatly misconceived his letter if it is not a Public declaration of hostility with a special provision postponing the contest to an indefinite period. This course is unprecedented in the annals of controversy and does not comport with the reputation and High standing of these parties. Whether or. Adams has been guilty of the errors which or. Clay has imputed to him we pretend not to say. He has met the charges with promptness and boldness and in terms of Defiance which cannot be misunderstood and to which or. Clay will feel himself bound to reply. We do not think it presumption in us to say the Public will require this of College. This institution established and supported from the liberality of private donations and subscriptions unaided by any pecuniary assistance from either the general or state governments is now in successful operation. On thursday evening the 26th ult we attended a Public exhibition of the senior class in the College Chapel and it is but Justice to remark that the talents and specimens of eloquence displayed by these students in the presence of a respectable and crowded audience afford a pleasing Promise of their future standing and usefulness in society and reflect the highest Honor on the abilities and exertions of the faculty. We believe this is the Only College in the United states where All the branches of an academical education Are taught that is entirely supported by private contributions a and As it is the Only institution in the state where literary honors Are conferred we indulge a Hope it will not be suffered to remain without the Foster a care of the general Assembly of Ohio. A inst foment on y evening the 7th into. The Rev. A b my Kee will be installed to the pastoral charge of the first be formed. Presbytery a a Church in Cincinnati. The ceremony will take place in or. Wuigk a Academy the regular place of Public worship Corner of Vine and sixth streets., service to commence at half past 6 p. M. Western Muse pm. This evening or Beal will deliver a Short address on the state and prospects of the wests lamp of Lbw which will be followed by a lecture on heat and the administration of the nitrous thursday 9th january Ltd of clock will be sold by Hayden and Aubin a valuable a orment of fresh dry goods groceries amp a. Particulars in Bills. Also without Reserve to close a concern by order of the Assignee 25 pieces Broad cloths asset. Colds and qua. Is pieces coatings m 20 pieces Forest cloths 20 a a bassinets 20 a a Russia diaper 100 a a sewing silk 20 a a Irish do. Plaid cloak a roundabouts pantaloons 8tc. January 7, 1823, Mackerel Aid Bugar. 40b�di�sh Mack cd of a a 2 4ad 3-B�wvd .20 bbl new Orleans sugar just received and for Sale by a. Noble As. 2, East front Street. December 28. 47. Of wine ice. Foj this Day Landing from team boat courier m Iron new Orleans 15 casks Sweet Malaga we 5 do. Dry do do 10 do. 4th proof Fren a Brandy 50 boxes fresh bunco Muscatel raisins 5 barrels fresh oranges 15 bags Green Coffee 150 barrel new Orleans sugar 20 do. Do. Molasses for Sale by Hayden so Aubin. December 28.on saturday evening january 11, at Early candlelight a. I. J0hn80n will sell at his auction mid commission rooms no. 86, main Street a Large invoice of books. Also fancy goods maps watches jewellery engravings dec. N. B. Persons wishing to dispose of books will please Send them in Early. December 21.w. I. Jones in co. Will sell at auction on mow Dat 20th inst. A general assortment of dry Good hardware cattery groceries Arteen Soare amp a. January 7. Particulars in . Benjamin Ukner amp co. Have moved their goods from no. 18 to no. 76,. Main st Between messes. D. Griffin amp co. And Hurd and Doan. January 7, 1823. 2-Tffor new Orleans. The fast running steam boat gen. Clark d. H. Vail master will be ready to receive cargo in thursday the 9th inst. And proceed immediately for new Orleans. For freight or passage apply to Hayden amp Aubin. January 7, 1823. Bbl. Prime new Orleans sugar 01" 42 do. A a a a a a molasses 4,200 bushels Turk s Island Salt just received for sate by w. D. Jones 8c co. January 7, 1823. Taken up As an stray by Christopher Walker in the City of Cincinnati on or about the 18th december last a Roan m Are with a Halter Chain and Collar about 15 1-2 hands High the two off feet White with a Star on her forehead supposed to be fifteen Jears old and appraised at fifteen dollars by Benjamin Harris and John Williamson. Certified by John Mahard j. P. January 7,1823. 24philomathic prize poem. This Day published and for Sale by John p. Foote w. Hill Woodward and Phillips 8c Speer the Muse of Hesperia a poetic a nine. January 1.books lost. Persons having in their Possession the following books belonging to the subs Cri. Bar which went Tkv a from the College about a year since will return them forthwith Schriv Elii lexicon Horace Delphi in with an Index ver Borum Caryl a latin prosody and Farrands greek grammar. Also Lent Melmoth a Pliny a letters Ewing a natural philosophy Montgomery a poems and Battle of Niagara. John h. James. January 1, 1823. 1 3 list of let Ere remaining in the Post office at Colrain Hamilton county Ohio on the 1st january 1823, which if not taken out before the first Day of april will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. Anderson Fergus Bowles mrs. Cone Charles esq., Campbell or. Obadiah Dill Richard Garrard John James Elisha Kilbourn Joseph King Thomas Ladson Joseph Morgan Catharine Osburn Thomas Porter Rev Reed Abijah Runyan Benjamin Robertson Samuel Smith Thomas Smith James Van Cleve wo., win Tere John Wakefield Andrew. Daniel Brooks p. M. January 1, 1823. 2-to rent for the term of years five building lots j four fronting South on third Street and one fronting West on Walnut Street j for further information Call on the subscriber who Are duly authorised to lease the same. Peter Mills Calvin Washburn it committee. James Hicks Cincinnati Bee. 24, 1822. 47-5m Joyin has removed Bis office to no. 6, West front Street nearly opposite the Washington Hall. December 20, 1822.Coffee, sugar almonds raisins. 25 bags Superior Green Coffee .10 barrels loaf sugar 25 do. New Orleans do 15 do. Fresh almonds 50 boxes Muscatel raisins just received and for Sale by we. D. Jones amp co. Act it. Dec. 28.for Sale or rent a House and lot in the town of outgo Mery Hamilton county about 14 mile from Cincinnati. A. The House is situated on a very handsome site is two stories High built of Brick to which is attached convenient Back building with a Well of Good water at the door. The lot contains four acres of land on which is a paled Garden and a number of fruit Trees. This property will be disposed of on accommodating terms on application to the subscriber at Cincinnati. John Jolley. November 23,1822, 42-James Reynolds amp . 81, main Street. Have just received am assortment of goods cont swing in part of the following article Vixo a. Superfine and common cloths and Cassimeris Blue and1 mixed Cass melts flannels and backing assorted Rose and Point blankets do. Black and coloured bom Hazetta Domestic plaids and stripes do. Brown 8c bleached shirting so sheeting Calces a Shaw is,, assorted a. A my r in. Taconet mull Book and Leno muslims Cotton yarn assorted numbers knives and Forks a pen and pocket knives butchers knives a Brades Patent Straw knives door Chest cupboard till gun amp pad locks Iron and brass Butts a table Butts common knobs and plates a escutcheons commode Norfolk and Knob latches Handsaw Milisaw and Smith files screws sprigs and Cut tacks assorted plated and common stirrups and bridle by Mill Groa stut Wood and hand saws shovels and tongs assorted buckles a brass Cocks a trowels Trace and Halter chains shoe and claw hammers a pincers a Chissel single and double plane Irons a spoons candlesticks a wire assorted real and imitation mouse Bole anvils polished vices a English Blister steel tin plate by the Box Jurii Atta bar Iron a White Lead ground in Oil spirits turpentine a window Glass a Chalk Glauber salts in. Of sugar a loaf sugar Green Coffee a Young hrs Pepper Ais Piee a Ginger a re Fink to if it cinnamon a Nutmeg a Clovis it a Coppen Spanish Florant and Bengal indigo a Kadd Alum a Caywood of very Superior Quality. Rustic a Nicaragua a Brazi Fetto amp logwood Blue vitriol a Oil vitriol a Verdigris press papers and fullers Jack cards Madeira l. P. Teneriffe port amp Malaga wine fourth proof Cognac Brandy Holland Gin Blue printed and enamelled cups and saucers a a h a a. Tea pols edged Tiff Lars Flint tumblers st. 8ce. Which will be a old Low for Cash or in Exchange for feathers. Beeswax Ginseng and tallow. Merchandise received and forwarded to merchants in the country. Produce received on storage and commission to which particular attention will be Given. Cincinnati october 26, 1822. 38-tf Charles Doane offers. For Sale 2 k bags turks Island self 200 barrels Keti Hawa do. 30 kegs Lexington White Lead in Oil. 10 do. Philadelphia do. Do. 20 do. Manufactured tobacco an extensive assortment of tacks 4 baskets Superior Sweet Oil 2 boxes real Palm soap a few kegs 4d jails 15 boxes Pittsburg window Glass 10 barrels no. 3 Mackerel Juniatta and Dandy Iron castings ploughs hoes boat sockets 3 bbl. Excellent vinegar for family use feathers fee. &.c. Cincinnati nov. 1822. V 41 9 Oil est 72 acre offer Bale a farm containing 272 acre of Good second rate land 70 of which Are improved and 30 in Good Meadow with a dwelling House barn and other out buildings and a Good Well of water at the door. Also an Apple and peach Orchard and a variety of other fruit Trees. It is situated about 18 Miles from Cincinnati is a Good stand for a store or tavern and is suitable for a Dairy. It lies in a Good settlement. It will be sold Low for Cash or Saleable also will Sel to purchaser or renter wheat Corn Oats Hay Wagon horses oxen cows sheep see. A Good title and immediate Possession will be Given. James h. Huston. January i 1823. La the Albion. Subscribers to the Alai or Are reminded that the second payment in Advance is now due they will please pay the same to j. H. Wood who is duly authorised by the editor to receipt therefor. Cincinnati december 28. To printers Type for Sale. The Long primer and Brevier Type used on this paper will be sold at a Low rate for Cash. Also a fount of double Pica script. 5 or 6 lbs. Double Pica German text and a Small Quantity of Pica Black but Little worn and in Good order will be disposed of. Cincinnati nov. 1822.a card. Fiche subscriber begs leave to publicly excl press his unfeigned gratitude to his friends who have so liberally contributed to his Relief from the fatal effects of the late fire on Columbia Street and at the same to me would inform his customers and the Public generally that is shop is now situated on Sycamore st. A few rods above the lower Market House where the building and repairing of carriages of every description will be attended to As usual. Samuel Greenleaf. Cincinnati dec. 28,. 1822.copartnership formed. The subscribers having connected themselves in the tailoring business finder the firm Orby Islaam Aud Bay is at no. 102, maw Street,./. Will carry on the above business in All it Fari crus branches All orders in their line of business will be thankfully received, attended to and executed in the neatest and most fashionable style. Matthias Brigham Joseph f. Davis. December 7, 1822. T f %

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