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The National Republican And Ohio Political Register (Newspaper) - January 7, 1823, Cincinnati, OhioSelected Doe tro. A. I ��011 to Mist a Odd �wt.ate8sia.lf� the last sow strike the wild Harp yet once again again its lonely num Beia pour then let the melancholy Strain be hushed in death for so Grampre. Far evermore for evermore creative fancy be thou still and let oblivious Lethe pour upon my Lyre its Waters chill. Strike the wild Harp yet once again then be its fitful cords Unstrung silent As is the Graves Domain and mute As the death Moul dered Tongue let not a thought of memory dwell owe moment on its Farmer song fors gotten too be this Farewell. Which plays its pensive strings along strike the wild Harp yet once again the Saddest and the latest Lay then break at once its strings in Twain and they shall sound no More for Aye it and hang it on the Cypress tree the hours of youth and song have passed have gone with All their witchery lost Lyre these numbers Are thy last. Flo Bio. �01 i Katt Toa Denis web the evening hour. This is the hour when memory wakes visions of Joy that could not last f this is the hour when fancy takes a Survey of the past. She brings before the pensive mind the hallowed scenes of earlier years j and friends who Long have been consigned 0 to silence and to1 tears. The raw we liked the or we loved1�? a sacred band come stealing on t and Nany a form far hence removed and Many a pleasure gone Friendship that now in death Are hushed and Young affection s broken Chain j and Hopes that Fate too quickly crushed in memory Bloom again few watch the fading gleams of Day a but Muse on Hope As quickly flown t tint after tint they died away till All at last were gone this is the hour that fancy wreathes her spells mind Joya that could not last this is the hour when memory breathe a sigh to pleasures past virtue of the ordinance of the King with drawing from him his privilege As bookseller was opened again this this afternoon at four of clock the commissary of police accompanied by several Gendese rms presented himself anew and after having remained several hours preparing a process verbal caused the store to be shut up a second time. Notwithstanding the great numbers of people always assembled at the palais Royal in the evening every thing remained in perfect Thompson Neave and brother Haie just received a general assortment of fall and inter foods hardware groceries amp a. Cast sheer Crowley German Blister amp Attwood Mill 1 crosscut i hand pit turning 1 Wood j i a anvils vices Smith s Bellows Sec. Laurel Hill Mill stones of All sizes prime manufactured tobacco by the Keg always on and. Rifle powder by the Keg n. B. T. Meats 8c Boot had will receive flour and All other kinds of produce on storage and pay every attention to the commission and storage business of country merchants. Cincinnati november 2, 1822. 39-tf interesting letter from the venerable Joan Adams to the commissioners appointed by the legislature of Kentucky to collect information on the subject of common schools. Mom Izello Quincy july 22, 1822. Sir i know not that i Ever received a letter with More pleasure than yours of the 10th june last except the circular from your committee which i received Tome Days before. The Wisdom and generosity of your legislature in making Liberal appropriations in Money for the Benefit of schools academies colleges and the University is an equal Honor to them and their constituents a proof of their veneration Lor literature and science and a portent of great and lasting Good to North and South America and to the world. Great a truth great is lib Sty and great is humanity and they must and will prevail. I have communicated your letters to As Many of my friends As i have seen and requested them to assist me in complying with your views. If the taper thread of life should continue to Burn a Little longer i Hope that you will hear More from me. At present Blind and paralytic 1 am incapable of research or a earn. 1 can Only give hints from memory. A Law of tins Colony almost two Hundred years ago obliged every town to maintain a school master capable of teaching the greek and roman languages As Well As Reading writing and arithmetic in English. Those school masters were to be examined by the clergymen and a 5i Auratea and the clergymen in those ay9 were Alt Learned men. Thi Law is in Force to Thi hour though not so punctually executed As it ought to be. 1 had myself the Honor to be a school master from 1755 to 1758, in the town of Worcester under this Law. These school masters and school houses Are maintained by taxes voluntarily imposed on themselves by the people in town meeting annually and the Ardour of the people in voting Money for this Noble purpose is astonishing. In this Small town of Quincy consisting of not More than 1,400 inhabitants 1 think they voted this year g 1,700, for the support of schools More than a Dollar a head for every Man woman and child in the place. The principal school which is not More than half a tile from me pours out of its doors at twelve of clock every Day from one Hue dred to two Hundred Boya and girls As Happy As Scott or Shan Stori has a scribed them and their masters in their romances. Resides this principal school there Are not let than four or five schools kept by women in different Parta of the town for children of both sexes too Young to be Able to travel to the Central school. Besides these town schools there Are academies under the auspices of the legislature and others established by private for teaching languages arts and sciences on a More enlarged scale. A these subordinate institutions Are preparatory to the qualifications of Young gentlemen to enter the University the universities end the schools mutually support each other the schools furnish a Tut Lents for the College and four years alter wards the College tends the Young men into the country to keep school. 1 esteem myself highly honoured by Joe circular and your letter of the Soth one. And am sir your very obedient Humble servant John Adams. We. T. Barry Esq. Leamington by. France the press. The following article translated from the journal Des Debats shews the state if the press in France and the Chance h the French people have for Liberty the bourbons a it of of or. Co read which yesterday by order of police by sulphurous fumigation. This powerful Safe and Mildorf medical agent has received the approbation of physicians of the highest professional reputation in Europe and America its merits being fully tested since its establishment in the Hospital of st. Louis at Paris in 1816. It often proves efficacious when All. Other applications fail and is used with surprising Success in cases of palsy gout rheumatism White swelling Tetter itch Scurry Roselou affections pimples and Dis colouring of the face numbness stiffness of the joints inflammation of the eyes when caused by a diseased state of the skin Scurf in the head which often destroys the hair complaints arising from the imprudent use of Mercury or exposure to the action of arsenic Lead a. To the exertions of doctor John d. Godwin late professor of Anatomy in the medical College of Ohio we Are indebted for its introduction Here who during the Short time he had it in operation restored several persons to health and left others in a convalescent state at the time of his departure for the eastward. Being anxious to continue its benefits to the afflicted he induced the subscriber to devote Bis Leisure time to the Pursuit who has now nearly completed several improvements on the apparatus by which both patient and operator will be freed from the disagreeable effluvia of the Gas the patients will likewise be relieved from the irksome position in which they have heretofore been placed and in cases of extreme debility enabled to recline in the same posture As if in bed the hands will be defended from the effects of the Gas when they Are free from disease and several other unpleasant Ries avoided. The operation when properly conducted has the effect of allaying instead of of using pain except in cases of o ice rat Ion when some pain must be endured if a cure is effected by any application. The charges will be moderate and in proportion to the extent of fumigation indigent person who come properly recommended by a physician of known respectability in the City or country will receive every attention Gratis. Such recommendation is necessary As it is but waste of time to administer to persons whose intemperate habits Render All efforts for their Relief abortive. A flannel wrapper and a Towel is All the preparations necessary. Such As cannot conveniently bring them ill be provided at the office a possible delicacy towards females who will of course be a com Ani it Fol by a Friend or attendant the apparatus is now erected in the office lately occupied by or John Jolley Sycamore near front Street. Application to be made to he subscriber at his dwelling in the Stone House on the East Side of byes More next to the Corner of front Street. Boyd Reilly. December 28. Will Iwaji Homie no. A East front is. Will receive country produce on storage and commission and receive and Forward goods to merchants in the country. Cincinnati nov. 30,1822. 43-tf machine cards. To s. Johnston amp co. No. 20, Mains. Yave for Sale an assortment of the first in Quality a chime cards manufactured at the eastward. Also bolting cloths and fullers press papers. Cincinnati january 18, 1822. 98tf Robert of Thomas Henry no. 93, main Street have just received and Are now opening a Large and elegant Stock of goods among which one superfine middling and common Blue Black and Brown cloths double Mill and drab cloths superfine and common Pelissey cloths superfine Blue and Black Cassimeris middling and common do. Cass Meis and Satt nets assorted Bomba zets and Ratt Ineta Fig a and Plain red yellow and White funnels Gauze and Swan skin do. Black. Brown and Lead Nankin Crape figured and Plain Canton crapes assorted colors Fig Damp Plain. Satins levantine Florences and sen Shaws assorted colors. Fig a. Groa de Naple a for ladies Pelissey wadding and buttons for do. Polished steel buckles for do. Ladies and gentlemen a lined. Gloves Green backing Baize Scarlet flannel Fig a. And Plain Tortoise tuck Long and Side Combs Black and White silk stockings Merino lace and Crape shawls 8-4,6-4,& 4-4 Waterloo and Orleans do Fig a and Plain 8 4 and 6 4, circassian plaids and stripes. An elegant assortment of ribbons thread laced edgings Plain and Fig a. Book Muslin Collaretti Taconet mull Book Leno and Cambric muslims Fig a. And Plain Irish sheeting furniture fringe silk velvet asst a. Colors 7-8 and 9 -8 Chintz prints and plate Cali Coes bom Bazine Long lawns Rose Blanket 12 4, 11-4, 10-4, 9-4, 8 4, amp 7-4, and 2�, 3, and 3 j do. Soper and common Hearth Buga do. Do. Do. Brushes ingrain and venetian carpeting Green Cord and tassels gentlemen a White and Black silk gloves ladies do. Do. Do. Plated clasps for cloaks bleached and Brown sheeting and shirting 5-4 and 6-4 Fine bleached Waltham sheeting plaids stripes Chambra a and bed ticks Cotton y Arn floss Cotton a. Also ladies misses and children a Chinchilla hats gentlemen a Sable and Seal do hardware. Knives and Forks All kinds files assorted buttons assorted real Cox scurrying knives warranted saddlery assorted brass andirons shovel and tongs fire fenders mounted and Plain men a and. Boys skates waiters assorted sizes gun locks do. Door till desk Chest cupboard and trunk locks anvils vice shovels Spades a. Also groceries Queen aware and glassware kept constantly on hand 4th proof French Brandy do. Holland Gin do. Jamaica spirits l. P. Madeira wine l p. Teneriffe do. Old port do in Wood and bottles. All of which will be sold wholesale or retail at the lowest prices for Cash or approved country produce. Nov. 16. 1822. 4uf % w. S. Johnston amp co. Have just received a Large and general assortment of fashionable dry goods among which Are carpeting leghorn bonnets Cincinnati july 20, 1822. 24-tf clean Linen and Cotton rags wanted delivered at the steam paper Mill of a Phillips Speer amp who have on hand writing Superior Quality. / n. Cincinnati september,1822. 31tf the steam boat Paragon will leave Shippingport about the 10th dec. Next for new Orleans and will continue to run Between that place and Louisville through the season making a trip every month. Freight will be received in this place and conveyed on Board in Flat bottomed boats or if preferred in the steam boats that ply above the Falls. Apply to William Noble no. 4� main of Cincinnati nov. 9, 1822. 40-tf or Hough has removed to Betts amp Hailey a House on upper Market Street lately occupied by col. M next door to riders card factory near to and South of the Jerusalem Chapel. May 4, 1822. 13tf. Thomas a Foulke apothecary and druggist no. 85, main st. Cincinnati respectfully informs his friends and and the Public generally that he has just received from Philadelphia and Baltimore in addition to his former Stock a general assortment of fresh drugs and medicines Patent medicines paints oils Dye stuff a and a variety of articles generally kept in his line of business. Physicians country merchants and others can be supplied with articles War ranted of the Best Quality and on very reason Able terms the utmost attention and Fidelity May be relied upon in the preparation and dispensation of family medicines and physicians prescriptions. N. B. His Castor Oil manufactory is in full operation and a Supply constantly on hand. Cash Given for Castor Beans or taken in Exchange for any of the above articles. August 24, 1822. A 29-tf Serif a Bales. By virtue of a writ of Fieri facial it Levari facial from the court of common pleas of the county of Hamilton to me directed will he exposed to Public Sale on monday the 27th Day of january next at the court House in Cincinnati Between the hours of 10 a. M. And 4 p. Lot no. 7, in the town of Reading with the appurtenances thereunto belonging also a part of fractional out lot no. 4, on the South Side of mechanics Street in the said town of Reading containing half an acre More or less the appurtenances thereunto belonging to be sold As the property of Samuel Phillips at the suit of John got drop. Also at the same time and place by virtue of a like writ from the same court to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale lot no. 75, at the Corner of Cincinnati and North streets in the town of heading county of Hamilton and state of Ohio being five rods front on Cincinnati Street and ten rods front on North Street in the town of heading to be Zoldas the pro Perty of John d. Vankirk with the appurtenances thereunto belonging at the suit of Cooper and Sepaher. Also at t he same time and place by virtue of writ of alias Fieri facial it Levari facial from the same court to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale 24 acres of improved land in the township of Crosby in the county of Hamilton and state of Ohio bounded As follows to wit beginning at the South West Corner of land hich Knowles Shaw conveyed to Samuel Smith thence North 76 degrees West 99 poles five links Toa stake two Hickory witnessed and one gum Wood witnessed thence North forty poles to a stake witnessed by an Elm and gum Wood thence South 76 degrees East 99 poles5 links to a stake on the line of the said Samuel Smiths land witnessed by two White Oak thence South forty poles to the place of begin Ning with the appurtenances to be sold As the property of Thomas Johnston at the suit of Charles Coen. Also at the same time and place by virtue of a writ of Levari facial from the same court to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale the following described properly to wit lot number Twenty five in Square no. 2, situated on Broadway in the City of Cincinnati being one of these lots Laid out and sold by the authority of the United states together with All and singular the rights members Hereditaments privileges and appurtenance a to be sold to the property of Samuel Newell at the auit of John t. Barr and Thomss Welsh. We. Ruffin so of. H. C Cincinnati dec. 21, 1822. 46-ts Cincinnati plane factory Jyo 203, main Street Between fifth and sixth streets by Jesse Walker who makes planes of All kinds and of the latest fashions which he will sell lower than any other factory in the Western country. All moulding planes warranted and Iff not found to be Good May be returned Cincinnati july 5,1821. 70tf pork House. The subscribers respectfully inform the pub tic that they have established themselves on Columbia Street Between main and Sycamore streets opposite the theatre where they Are prepared to Cut and pack pork and , and Render lard and. Tallow in the Best manner on reasonable terms. They have first rate hands employed and Hope by their attention to business to receive a share of the patronage of the Public. The highest Price in Cash will be paid for Good pork. Pork and lard constantly on hand for Sale. Mackinder a Beresford. Cincinnati oct. 26, 1822. 38-50 magistrates Blanks Bills of lading for Sale at thi8 office powder Magazine. Powder stored at the following rates8 cents per month for each Quarter Keg. 5 lbs. Will be calculated As. A Quarter Keg whether contained in Kep or canisters. Powder Deli slivered within the Fiat Mont after Deposit in less quantities than 13 or. Kep will be charged 8 cents per or. Keg extra. All powder remaining in map Zine More than six months to be reduced to 6� cents per month for each Quarter Keg. Manufacturers and other persons desirous of storing Large quantities of powder in the Maga Aine can have a special contract respecting the same made with the subscriber. Samuel Borden. Jav a. 3� upper Market Street. I Sci Tinati nov. 1821. 88-13 just published and for Sale at to. 14, Leaver Market Street no. Iii. Of the Western quarterly reporter of medical surgical and natural science. Edited by Johm d. Goddam . A contents. I. Medical excellence. H. Phrenology. Iii. Medical jurisprudence info anti Bellamy Storer Ibiam Greene have formed a connection As partners 1# the practice of the Lav # their office is a the Corner of main and w est front streets. Cincinnati March 23,1822. ,. 07-tf new books. Just received and for Sale by j. P. Foote no. 21, lower Market Street fortunes of Nigel by the author of Waverley Favourite of nature sir Andrew Wylie the Provost by the author of annals of the pariah and Ayrshire lepetes \ a patriarchal times Quot Nour Jasd a Percy anecdotes no. Xix. Sequel to Frank by miss Edgeworth Hoyle a games Lacon or Many think in few words Comly a grammar Blair a lectures a a philosophy Cooper s surgery a new edition by Stevens pharmacopoeia of the United states Thomas practice. Cincinnati sept. 21.1822, 33-tff Bank note Exchange corrected weekly by John amp g. R. Gilmore no. 45, main st. Cincinnati. Perm Sylvania. \ dist. Columbia. By. U. S. Amp branches mechanics Bank of Par to 1 and. Alexandria 2 did. Philadelphia bks Par j Union by. Of Alex a 2 by. Of Pittsburgh Par 1 by. Of Potomac Cit Yak. Of Pitts by a do. \ do. At Alexandria 2 Easton a id is. It farm a by. Of Alex a 2 Germantown do. A Georgetown import Montgomery co. Do. It . 2 Chester West Chi or do. 1 Columbia 2 Farmers Bank of j Union by. Of Georg n 2 Lancaster Harrisburg Bucko a county Lancaster by. Brownsville Northampton new Hope Bridge company Swatara York Chambersburg Greensburg Gettysburg Susquehanna b. C. F. A m. Bank of do farm. By. Of do. 2 do. 5 Central by. Of do. 2 do. I by. Of Washington 2 do. A patriotic by. Of do. 2 2dis. $ Metropolis a 2 2 j m. Carolina. It state by. A bran. 10 21 Newbern 10 2 e Cap fear 5 a up Oslo 2 \ s. Carolina. 2 j generally 8 2 s Mary Lami. 2 i balt. City bks. H adv. 2 i City by. Of balt. 2 Dis. A Annapolis a Branch. Pittsburgh 50 Pitts by a a greens i big Turnpike co 50 ? de Grace Pitts by a City Bills 50 5 Georges county Farmers Bank of it Westminster Reading 6 a Hagerstown Beaver a 50 a Easton 1 Frederick co. Havre 1 1 1 1 1 article article article cide article in. Case of injury of the head by or Dunlavy. Case of fungus on the Scalp by or. Lathrop. Article v yellow fever. Article i. American in mathematics. Case of rupture and Iver is on of the uterus. Natural history. Apparatus for fractured thigh Bones. Report on absorption. Case of tetanus. Case of inventor Uteri. Formation off flexible elastic tubes. Circular from a Brongniart. Two cases of effects of nitrous oxide. From foreign . Lizards Case of neuralgia. Cases of tic Dou Leureux successfully treated. Carbonate of Iron in tic Dou Leureux experiments on the nerves by c. Bell. Oil of turpentine rendered More palatable. Use of Piper cube a in leu Cor Rhea. A physiology. Remedy against hydrophobia. On absorption from the lungs. Ca Erard an operation. Mercurial ointment in Erysipelas. To the physicians of the Western country. To correspondents a. A Beautiful entomological table by j. Dor be utile. September 26, 1822. A 34tf ,. Vishe subscribers having connected them-1. Selves in the tailoring business under the firm of Switzer amp Cook have established themselves on main Streel no 105, nearly opposite lower Market Street where they intend to carry on the above business in All its various branches with neatness and despatch. They also return their thanks to their former friends and customers for past favors and by strict attention to business they Hope to share a part of Public patronage. A b. All orders in their line Quot of business will be executed in the neatest and most fashionable style. Conrad Switzer Jesse s. Cook. Cincinnati nov. 23 42-tf Stone cutting. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the Public that be has recommenced the above business in All its various branches on fifth Between main and Sycamore streets adjoining or. By Waters livery stable and is prepared to fill any order in that line of business in a style and on terms which he thinks will ensure a share of Public Patron age. We. Green n. B. He has on hand a Quantity of grind stones of a Superior Quality which he will sell on very reasonable Terina wholesale or retail. A Cincinnati oct. 6. 35 of Mordecai w. Smith having Large and convenient buildings for the packing of Fork and beef and the curing of hams and other Bacon situated at the head of Broadway near Hunts lanyard a and also every convenience for rendering tallow and lard a ready to execute All business in his line with promptness and despatch and on As reasonable Tern As any other person in this City. He has also a Large Slaughter House for killing and dressing and from his experience As a Victualler he Hopes to deserve and receive a considerable share of employment. Nov. 16._41-tf Cincinnati Type foundry a and printers Ware House no. 14, lower Market Street. A constant Supply of printers materials Viz presses chases composing Sticks proof gallic brass Rule printing Ink paper cards a. A. Will he kept at the above place for tale at Eastern prices. Stansbury a Patent presses and screw presses made to order a specimen of each kind May he seen at the office of the Liberty Hall. Jno. P. Foote Jan. 26, 1882. To fit 400-tf Uniontown 50 Greencastle a 50 Juniatta by of Penn 50 Bedford. 50 Marietta suss. . 50 Carlisle agricultural a manuf act no co. 75 Meadville 50 Washington a 50 Milton 25 Huntington a 25 Centre a 25 Delaware. Bank of Delaware Par Wilma ton a bran. Do. Com. By of Del. 6 Dis. Bran of do. A Milford 6 farms. By. Of Del. Par bran of Newcastle do. Do. At Wilmington do. Do. At Georgetown do. Laurel Bank 75 Dis. Ohio. By. Steubenville Dis. Farmers by. Of do. Do. Mount pleasant do. Western Reserve 2 Dis. St. Cd. Is Tlle 2 Bank of Chillicothe la Dis. Lancaster la Marietta 2 Columbus 2 West Union a 50 Zanesville canal 50 Muski ngum Bank of Williamsport . State Bank at new Brunswick Par n. Brunswick by do. Trenton by. A do. St. By. At Trenton do. Mount Holley do. Camden a a do. Cumberland a do. Newark insurance do Statek. At Morris do. Do. At Elizabetht. Do Sussex a a do. Patterson Bank do. Virgimia. Richmond a by. 1 Dis by. Of the Valley do. Branches h Morgantown 50 South Branch a 3 by of a. At Wheeling h Charlestown a 50 Mew. York. A City Banks h to 1 adv. Troy and Albany Par Mohawk Bank at Schenectady 2 Dis. Zanesville 25 Portsmouth 6 Dayton Hamilton Miami sex. Co. 70 $ by. Of Cincinnati 70 s Canton 50 e Smithfield 80 Cleveland 87h new Lisbon 50 Xenia 4 new Salem a 87 Farmers a 87 j Urbana a 701 55? Newburgh Orange county Catskill Bank of Columbia at Hudson Middle District Auburn Geneva Central by. At Cherry Valley 2 i Chenango �5 a tit Ira Kir a 25 i Utica by and bran. A Lebanon. I Diama. State Bank at Vincennes 85 Dis. I payable at do. Bran at Brookville 87 ? Middletown do. At Corydon 87 f Phoenix Bank do. At Vevay 87 Farmers a mechanics by. A Madison 3 35 Kentucky. State Bank and branches 50 Commonwealth Sofky. A bran. Maysville. 3 1ll1mois. A a few genteel boarders can be accommodated at mrs. Savages 4�wer Corner of main and third streets. Cincinnati dec. 28. 47 Bank of Illinois at Shawneetown 25dia. Missouri. Bank of Missouri at st. Louis 75 tem Messee. State by. A bran. 33 Nashville Bank 33 Georgia. State Banks gently 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 do. Insurance 2 Ontario by. At Utica 4 do. At Canandaigua 4 Plattsburgh a 10 Jefferson co Bank 50 w Ash ton a w arren75 Aqueduct association at Catskill 4 other new York notes Uncertain. Comment cur. Bridgeport Bank i Eagle Bank of n. Y. I i new Haven Bank if f , a an j 1 1 Derby Bank 1 Massachusetts Bosto bks. 5 a up. Par Springfield mis Hampshire Bank at Northampton 1 Salem Banka a 1 Worcester Bank 1 other Massachusetts 1a a a most. J Burlington 2 m. Hampshire. Generally a 1 Rhode Island. Providence Banks 2 Washington Bank at Westerly 2 Phoenix Bank at do. 2 new big. Com. By. 2 other r-1, notes 2 Michigan ter. 5 a upwards 10 a Bank of Michigan 20 do h in the above list signifies half. Maxeen Downs received at go 6 cents Only. The National Republican to Febu Bixb on tuesdays and fridays Looker &�?oreynold8, printers and proprietors no. 108, mein Street Cincinnati. dollars per annul in Advance a four doll an and Jiffy Cento if paid in six months a and Faye dollars if not paid wll a the year. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the end of the term subscribed and paid for will be consider a new engagement a and no paper will be discontinued without the consent of the proprietors Nita All arrearage Are paid. Subscriber must pay the postage of their papers. All letters or communications directed to the editors or proprietors of forwarded by Mai must be Post paid or they will not. Receive attention. Advertisements containing sixteen lines or less will be inserted three times for one Dollar and Twenty five cents for each additional insert my a a longer Adverta saints to Tiiu Sacre proportion

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