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The National Republican And Ohio Political Register (Newspaper) - January 17, 1823, Cincinnati, Ohio/ a a wholesale prices in payment of addition �?�1 Stock. Of 6th. To Rithwik or sojourner can Hare Access to the Library upon the same if footing As a shareholder on payment in a Vanee of 83 per annum�?�1 per Quarter or 50 cents per month and single volumes May he in like manner borrowed by casual visitors at the rate of l-&0th of their value f Security being Given when required for their Safe and punctual return to the librarian Rev. A. Dennis ton who Muy be found at the Library room every saturday afternoon. J 7th. The limited times for retaining books borrowed Are from one to four weeks according to the size of the volumes country members being allowed a fortnight longer and any Book kept out beyond the specified period charged for at the rate of 12� cents per week until it is returned or reported and paid for As lost. 8th. All fines accruing on books taken out before the last annual meeting will be remitted provided they Are returned by the 1st of next month after which those not returned will be consid d As lost and charged to the borrow /�9 with the usual penalty of 25 per cent. On their value. A new catalogue of All the books in the Library after deducting the duplicates Odd . Recently disposed of to liquidate some of the balances due on former purchases has been engrossed for publication and will be put. To press As speedily As practicable. I will also contain the Constitution and by Laws at Large a schedule of donations and the names of the actual shareholders a including such additional subscribers As May by the Liberal terms now offered be obtained. Should All the members of the society prove punctual in paying the several contributions at present due it is believed that the remaining debts of the institution May speedily be discharged a after which the Board will be enabled with More regularity. To procure the various new publications As they Are issued and thereby Render the Library As attractive in the lifer As it is now in the Mure sub Stan i departments of literature. Peyton s. Symmes pres. Attest Benjamin Drake Sec y. Cincinnati Jan. 2, 1823.a for the n National rep of i can the Muse of Hesperia. We still continue to stick the name of the prise Poe i at the head of our articles even though we say not a word about the work which was the original cause of our taking up the pen for this we have the example of a great writer who gives a prize poem As a caption to a siring big Roderie against a pair of scribblers a slept a a Ivanhoe nod to a lore c a it seems that Tinte Lions. Barillard whose microscopic und cannot perceive great faults hut contents itself with spending a Little cant about a phrase and Nice set speech a is disposed to Back out. We certainly will not insist on his keeping the Field when he finds that he is Likely to be beaten but we must be permitted the indulgence of a laugh at his graceless a exit. He is surprised at the violence a of our assault and can hardly think that our bad Inage was really meant for the editor of the Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette yet having some suspicion that he is the Man he begins to fend off. Lest he should still be at a loss we repeat a a thou Art the Man a and give him the privilege of exhibiting As much trepidation As one did of old on hearing the same words. We would by the Way remind the gentle Mati that it is not very consistent for him to whine about personal allusions when he is himself so pointed in his allusions and so regardless of showing the unleavened hatred of his soul for the supposed author of the reverie. He has succeeded Quot perfectly in convincing us that that same thing of the stars of heaven sporting about like fire flies has made a very Strong impress. Sion on his poor brain for he has talked about it and about it in every number he has written. It is still doubtful whether he is yet sufficiently reconciled to it to rest without Funbur hening himself we suggest that he lad better have at it again than run he risk of dreaming for a month to Jome of lightning bugs and comets. He has a lurking suspicion that ilor Cus was the Squire of Harp As our critic is he still wants Little tutoring. Go Hunt an English a Slation of Livy turn to the 21st Iok and you will find who Alorius is. You will find him the Leader of Parley at Sagun Tum and not the trusty Squire of a fancied crusader the Days of Coeur de lion a nor then help him a poor Devil of a Cri floundering along in the mire of France after the i 11-w i the a Wisp can to be cached wit. As to the real Man a whom we take to be self so Well versed in the hooting owls we would Tell him that we were born in the Woods ourselves and know something of the matter. It was less in spite than sport that i we took up our pen and we will not press the gentleman too hard. We will pass Over with a gentle hand his numerous errors knowing As we do that he began to review the Muse of Hes eerie at the full of the Moon. F Alorius. For the National Republican. Medical College. Tvs much pleased to see in one of your late papers that you had taken some notice of the medical College of Ohio. I think you would Confer a great favor upon our City if you would Endeavor in the National Republican to impress the Community with a belief of the importance of such an institution. I think if some of those persons who Are making such a noise about establishing a Bank were to turn their attention to the medical school they would be More in the line of their duty. I do not know much about these matters but i do think that if a subscription were circulated at this time a considerable sum of Money might be raised for the purpose of purchasing a medical Library apparatus amp a. I have talked with several of my Neighbours who say they will subscribe As much As they can. The people i find have great Confidence in the Board of trustees which your paper informed us had lately been appointed by the legislature and i think if proper exertions Are now made a great medical school May be reared up in this place. I have been told by a. Gentleman lately from Kentucky that Lexington has never been so substantially pros be Roa s As i t is a t present. The 1 Itera by institutions of that place have Laid the whole Western country under contribution and Are drawing annually from in immense sums of Money. 1 think if the inhabitants of Cincinnati would do what is manifestly for their own interest there is not a doubt but what our City might reap similar advantages. I wish the editors of our papers would take up the subject and place it properly before the people such a course i think would be productive of in til Good. A citizen. For the National Republican. The Muse of Hesperia. Jaq a is not this a rare fellow ? he say Good As any thins Duke s a he oses his Folly like a stalking horse and under the presentation of that he shoots his wit. As you like it. The editor of the Cincinnati Gazette with More rashness than sound discretion and less taste and judgment than waspish arrogance has recently undertaken to criticise a poem. For this task As might have been supposed a Priori he has proved himself to be most shamefully unqualified. Finding it much easier to abuse and ridicule than examine critically the Muse of Hesperia he seized upon the former expedient and with one fell swoop denounced the poem As being totally and essentially destitute of All poetic Merit. This position of the editor we took the Liberty of Controvert ing. We denied that he had sustained by his quotations from the work the denunciations which he had passed upon it. We called in question his taste Candour and judgment and begged him to substantiate the correctness of his criticisms. Instead of doing this or rather instead of candidly acknowledging that the ghost of some u rejected prologue had prompted him to do injustice to the work under review he comes Forth Clad As he believes in the impenetrable Armour of witty smartness and with great apparent simplicity enquires to whom does the retort courteous of Ivanhoe apply now if the editor could have maintained the correctness of his opinions As passed upon the prize poem there would have been no necessity for asking such a silly question. Then indeed would our charge of ill natured jealousy want of taste judgment amp a. Amp a. Fall harmless to the ground. This however he cannot do and being fully aware of that he strives to Call off Public attention from himself by warring with those who had the temerity to Call in question the infallibility of his assertions. This is certainly a very ingenious method of escaping from an unpleasant situation but we apprehend it will not Avail this would be critic. He has either forfeited his character As a literary Man or else he has acted with Manifest and Wanton injustice towards the Muse of Hesperia. Let him choose which Horn of the dilemma he will either one is sufficiently disgraceful. The editor bears testimony to our having taken the Field with spirit and promptitude and being gentlemen of the first Mettle. We think his simple acknowledgement in this Case is entitled to great credit nor will we require a quintuple averment which he thinks necessary to establish a it would seem from his own confession that we have not fought in vain and now having a horsed this in false Templar a we shall leave him disdaining As we do at All times to make War on the vanquished. We did not set. Out to criticise or eulogize the Muse of Hesperia but like All True knights our feelings Are Ever on the Side of the injured and we resolved to make a crusade against envy cant and pedagogical Ivanhoe. W for the National Republican. Disbanded officers. A few disbanded officers of the late War establishment having consulted together on the subject of applying to Congress for a Grant of vacant lands have recommended that a circular be drawn up and published in the newspapers inviting the disbanded officers of the late War together with those recently disbanded who continued in the the close of Ahat War to assemble in their respective towns and neighbourhoods throughout the Union and draw up sign and procure the signatures of their friends and Forward to Congress As soon As practicable petitions for Grants of lands to be located West of the Rocky mountains in such quantities Aid proportions As the Wisdom of the government May transferable land warrants to be issued immediately after the passage of the Law to be located by lot or otherwise so soon Ai those lands Are surveyed and ready for Sale or at any subsequent period within forty years after. There Are now Twenty thousand american citizens settled and resident West of the Rocky mountains whose interests p refection and we i fare req u i. Re the i a mediate attention of government. It would perhaps be Well for the holders of such land warrants to have it in their Power to locate and hold a double Quantity of these lands on the condition they make an actual settlement and improvement on the same Between the 51st and 59th degrees of North latitude. Newport by. January 1823. For the National Republican. Western museum. The judicious collection and Happy arrangement of the curiosities in the Western museum which so highly honour the taste of this City must of late have been doubly interesting to every intelligent resident. If we May foe allowed to form our opinion from the lectures already Given in this institution we Trust that All who were present will fully agree with us in anticipating a very pleasing and instructing course. The professors appear to have commenced their labours with an earnestness and animation which always accompanies an ardent desire to inculcate and cherish the love of science. A must be aware that the recent settlement and progressive state of the Western country renders their efforts peculiarly important to the Public and worthy of their zealous support this alone would induce us most cordially to wish that the efforts of the professors May Only be equalled by the patronage of the citizens. There is however another consideration which by a generous Public ought not to be passed Over with indifference. We learn from a very animated and feeling address by or. Best that his of n exertions in raising this institution to its present state of usefulness and making it an ornament to the City has reduced him to the most discouraging pecuniary embarrassments. When this is fully known to the Public we do most confidently aver that that liberality which even in its infancy has eminently characterised this City will not be withdrawn from so desirable an object the people will consider in their moments of reflection the benign influence which such exertions have upon Mankind in general and upon local society and they will not pass Over them unrewarded. If there Are those lovers of science in Cincinnati which its flourishing state would Toad us to suppose we Are certain during the present course of lectures of finding them at the museum. Although we Are personally unacquainted with the professors yet we cannot leave these remarks without More particularly expressing our gratification at the commencement of their lectures. Of the address by or. Best we have already spoken and we regret that it has not yet appeared in print. The next was an introductory lecture to a course on astronomy by or. Matthews. This gentleman has began his task with a Frank and becoming diffidence in his abilities to treat that subject with Success which the most distinguished philosophers have handled with trembling reluctance. This is a diffidence which we like it is indicative of vigorous exertion and we most heartily wish him Success. The third that we have heard and the last was an introductory lecture to the course on natural history by or. Dorfeuille. Notwithstanding the crowd was very great a and some were deprived of seats yet the finished style of the composition and the interesting manner of the delivery was so forcibly impressed upon the minds of the audience that the most profound silence and attention was observed. , sugar almonds raisins 25 bag Superior Green Coffee 10 barrels loaf sugar 25 do. New Orleans do. 15 do. Fresh almonds 50 boxes Muscat Al raisins just received and for a ale by Jones pc co. Dur tvs. Dec. 28.lurttanirook Sale. Saturday evening january 18, d. 1. John son Wilt sell without Reserve at i auction and commission room no 86, main it. A Large collection of books. Also maps musical instruments watches jewellery fancy goods amp a. N. B. Persons wishing to sell books will please Send them in Early. January 14.w. A Jones amp co. Vz71ll Aell at auction on ,20th inst. Quot general assortment of dry Good hardware cutlery a free net Guam wore amp a. January 7. Particulars in d. I. Johnson on tuesday evening next at Early candlelight a Johnson will sell at his auction and commission rooms no. 86, main Street a Large and general assortment of imported dry goods groceries hardware cutlery shoes a. January 17.notice is hereby Given that the subscriber has been duly appointed administrator of Thomas Johnson late of Delhi township in Hamilton county deceased and All persons indebted to said estate Are hereby required to make immediate payment and All persons having demands against said estate Are requested to exhibit the same legally pros in within one year from this Date to Jeremiah Reeder him r. January 15,1823. 5 4�for Louisville. The steam boat Missouri t. Arraet Maser will leave for the above place at 3 of clock this afternoon and make two trips per week through the season. For freight or passage apply on Board or to w. D. Jones a co. January 14, Kent. Flthe upper part of the House no. 175, a main Street. Apply to january 15. D. I Johnson no. 86, main st. 4-tf taken up by be i Hughes of Hamilton county Symmes township a sorbet horse and a dark Bay Mare the horse has a Blaze face off fore feet and near Hind foot White a supposed to be fifteen years old the Mare supposed to be seven years old the horse appraised to be Worth 12 dollars and the Mare 30. Appraised by William Hannah and John Shoemaker and entered on my Desiray Book 7th of december 1822. Peter Flomerfelt j. . A Young my a resident of this City wishes a to obtain employ ment As a clerk in a dry Good or auction store. Satisfactory evidence can be Given As to character and abilities. Enquire of messes. W. C. Rogers and Charles Doane. Cincinnati Jan. 10. 3 3w a removal. Benjamin Urner amp co. Have moved their goods from no. 18 to no. 76, main st Between Mesara. D. Griffin a co. And Hurd and Doan. January 7, 1823. 2-Lfold clothes wanted. Any description of old clothes will be thankfully received at the poor House on Vine Street Between fifth and sixth streets. No person should withhold those articles supposing them of no value for the overseers of the poor assure the Public that the most indifferent kinds of wearing apparel or bed covering can be turned to advantage in making the tenants of the poor House comfortable. January 10. _ 3quecnsware. A crates Queens Are assorted suitable my u for this Market just received from Philadelphia and for Sale at a Small Advance by Hayden amp Aubin no. 6, main st. January 10. 3-5sheriff s Sale. By virtue of a writ of alias Fieri facial it Levari facial from the court of common pleas of the county of Hamilton to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale at the court House in Cincinnati on monday the Lola Day of Febi uary next Between the hours of 9 a. Id and 5 p. M. The following described property in the City of Cincinnati county of Hamilton and st the of Ohio Viz. All the one undivided half part of a part of an in lot numbered on the plan of said City �68, beginning 3 feet 10 Inch East it Rolv from the South West Corner of said Teton fifth Street and running East Wardly on said Street 29 feet two inches More or Leas thence North Wardly 99 feet to the Northern line of a cd lot thence Wes Wardly on the said line 29 fat 2 inches More or Leas thence South Wardly 99 feet to the place of beginning with the Brick buildings and appurtenances thereunto belonging the said property is entitled to the use of an Alley of 3 feet on the West line thereof running Back forty feet from Street. Also a part of said lot numbered 268, beginning on fifth Street thirty three feet eastward in from the South West Corner of said lot thence running East Wardly on said Street thirty one feet ten inches More or less thence North Wardly 99 feet to the Northern line of said lot thence Wes Wardly on said line thirty one feet ten inches More or less thence South Wardly 99 feet to the place of beginning together with the buildings thereon with the appurtenances taken in execution As the property of Samuel Betts at the suit of John Gilmore is. John Hailey and David s. Hailey under the firm of j. A d s. Hailey and Samuel Betti and John whet Stone subject to another execution of said Gilmore is. The said John Hailey David s. Hailey Samuel Betts and John Gibson Jun. We. Ruffin so of. Ii. C. Cincinnati Jan. 10, 1823, 3-ta a books it. Persons having in. Their Possession the following h oks belonging to the Sohnert her which were taken from the co avg about a year since will return them forthwith Schriv Elii lexicon Horace dept Una with an Index Verbonse Caryl a latin prosody and Farrands a greek grammar 0. Also Lent memo flip a Pliny a letter Ewing a natural philosophy Montgomery a poems and Battle of Niagara. John h. James. January 1, 1823. Philo atm prize poem. This Day published and for so a by John p. Foote w. Hill Woodward and Philorm amp Speer the Muse of Hesperia i poetic a a vents. January 1.mackerel and sugar. 4018� m to Cocrel no 2 anti 3,Brand 20 bbl. New Orleans sugar just received and for Sale by we. Noble _ _ tvs. 2, eat front Street december 28. 47-tf. A a , a. Titis Day Landing from steam boat courier from new Orleans 15 casks Sweet m Daga wine 5 do. Dry do do. 10 do. 4th proof French Brandy 50 boxes fresh Bunch Muscatel raisins 5 Narry is fresh oranges f 15 bags Green Coffee 150 barrels new Orleans sugar 20 8o. Do. Molassi for Sale by Hayden i Aubin. December 28. A for Sale or rent a farm containing 172 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 Ami a variety of other fruit tree. It is situated about 18 Miles from Cincinnati is Good stand for a store or tavern and is suitable for a Dairy. It lies in s Good settlement. It will be sold Low for Cash or Saleable also Wilt sell to purchaser or renter wheat Corn Oats Hay Wagon horses oxen cows sheep a a Good title and immediate Possession will be Given. James h. Huston. January 1,1823. To printers Type for Sale. The Long primer and Bremer Type used on this paper will be sold at a Low rate for Cash. Also a fount of double Pili script 5 or 6 Iba. Double Pica German text and a Small Quantity of Pica Black but Little worn and in Good order Wilt he disposed of. Cincinnati nov. 1822. A bbl. Prime new Orleans sugar of Quot 43 do. A a a a a molasses 4,200 bushels turks Island Salt just received and for Sale by w. D. Jones amp co. January 7, 1823._magistrate�?Ts Blanks bilk of lading for Bale at this off1cs, James Reynolds amp co. Avo. 8i, Alain Street have just received a Assort but of goods consisting m part of the following article Viz. Superfine and common cloths and Cassimeris Blue and mixed Cassietta flannels and dockings assorted .4 la Rose and Point blankets do. Black and coloured bomb Zetts Domestic plaids and stripes do. Brown a bleached shirting a sheeting Cali Coes a shawls a ii , assorted c am inc 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 i Lisa w and Smith. Files screws sprigs and Cut tacks assorted plated and common stirrups and bridle bits Mill crosscut Wood and handsaws shovels and tongs assorted buckles a brass Cocks a trowels Trace and Halter chains shoe and claw hammers a pincers a chisels single and double plane Irons a spoons candlesticks a wire assorted real and imitation mouse Hole anvils polished vices a English Blister steel tin plate by the Box Juniatta bar Iron a White Lead ground in Oil spirits turpentine a window Glass a Chalk Glauber salts in. O. Sugar a loaf sugar Green Coffee a Young Hyson Tea a Pepper allspice a Ginger a refined Salt Petre a glue cinnamon a Nutmeg a cloves a Copperas Spanish Florant and Bengal indigo a madder Alum a Caywood of very Superior Quality rustic a Nicaragua a Braz Luetto amp logwood Blue vitriol a Oil vitriol a Verdigris press papers and Fuller s Jack cards Madeira . Teneriffe port amp Malaga wine fourth proof Cognac Brandy Holland Gin Blue printed and enamelled cups and saucers a Tea pots edged to if Flers Flint tumblers a. A. Which will be sold 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 which particular attention will be Given. Cincinnati october 26, 1822. 38-tf taken up As an stray by Christopher Walker in the City of Cincinnati on or about the 18th december last a Roan Mare with a Halter Chain and Collar about 15 13 hands High the two off feet White with a Star on her forehead supposed to be fifteen tears old and appraised at fifteen dollars by Benjamin Harris and John Williamson. Certified by John Mahard j. P. January 7,1823. 24 list of letters remaining in the Post office at col rain 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 poet office As dead letters. Anderson Fergus Bowles mrs. Cone Charles esq., Campbell or. Obadiah Dill Richard Garrard. John James Elisha Kilt Man Joseph King Thomas Ladson Joseph Morgan Catharine of amp Burn Thomas Porter Rev., Reed Abi Jab Runyan Benjamin Robertson Samuel Smith Thomas Smith James Van Cleve wm., Winters John Wakefield Andrew. Daniel Brooks p. M. January 1,1823. 2-for Sale or rent a House and lot in the town of Montgo i Xterm Hamilton county about 14 Mika from Cincinnati. The House is situated on a very handsome site is t to at Orles High built of Brick to which is attached convenient Back buildings 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 Trews he property will be disposed of on accommodating terms a on application to the subscriber Cincinnati. John Jolley. November 23,1822. 47-

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