The Whig in Cincinnati, Ohio
25 Mar 1809

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25 Mar 1809

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The Whig (Newspaper) - March 25, 1809, Cincinnati, Ohio m /. SATÜRDAV, Mmcm 2Sih, I8t)d. S r. GliAlUSVILLE,    BY    yOHÑ    C.    CítWlSOÑ    CÓ, í»K0SFEClÜb. I must firsltettk all nrrenragesk ^mt\y of them v&tt ttfgwzd tioni*io #»eC.r ;«,11 > ,    « slaMitm lj JaArltf^ ffah; cf ¿pB lyfcy vyy ,i|.    ■ '1 ift**ni. t ri    pi'oporlim.-^Alladvtr*    iroprctenientíóf agricuhut^;ii) fo”d<^iri^i,fc ',I‘* ii*'''^''”^'” '<^WriHr,HoJ?^ples éfmem,Jtít.Kc*niÍHudW ri/facíetóeme¿^ « t> r-,r - V '. ^ ‘    *    •••—........  '•    r/"'";"'7. 7 Wr-« Íüátót progtefii of manu-^ foftar a fpWt of IriSépe^dcnce, the exptmt Pt    f^aareV^ «feful trisi in, the too juft to iiivBde tTiwiights of ^ . u tlte motay far tusertmjn    pqWic    revenue    otber«;"loo ptowd ‘W Cw/ená^T* po*d^ '    .    .    «ná the tiifc »adc ef.it to tedu* oat ^ f5\tr poWik*^    .f    cine the puWc debit, and in the wawwAv íñeji^céslotgclves, /itittetoiítflíhTiOittstionto    ióM    be    men    váluáild wSffks ?nd, eftibiifh' andiooetetfatfed^tol^ 'o«r    ,    f'    ments evCTT where miilttplying «jtóátheminntfietr^ítoh^dthe *óur <>b|ááAnnTitjr    /    /.    ,    CommttHÍfflíw”*    ®    unk«» ^ the ftáiés ,aM^ a fuMidene#i!tKeTeby,’wiih ift* greet'd'to the Editors by matf, jj 55 » CiTÍótts ftflíáion that cltheit peace arUhappi'neÉ} to düftrv and frugtlitjti and C. condf    pest    paid;    or    thry    wiu    .fang    jon    frgjn    thii    wo^*’*    Cup|wrí»|ie cQ!>ftÍhl^^iAá^ - • ' ■■    '    '    ......... ^    '    It    "dtrt    eopntty.    the jsrtnffat of d e ttniort, WwtU mibe-6ftenddto December 13ih, 1E03. 2'*??r_S¿ÍKSE5 WASH! NGTO M CIIT. MONDAY, MABCa 4. ly,‘to hecohté,' In ioñie meafurje uíéful urttW’coáthiuhlty. Ai ft tiffllewheft animufity and ‘difference óf opinion,„app<*ar to cvcrwhelm the Union in uttcf^ confufion, and fven threattifi'» and waVethe pitHrs of our na* É*    At    ^4 • ' ' '-liünal fécuríty'^ when'ftt the lame '    Saiitrd tinte, I he poirtt at which both    '^AMES ^ariits ait*, appear» hf. pto. .;" ^    0/    IÍh^'n    ‘    -    ■    . »ENto/r,Ve UMtrbStUt^s.‘>f«‘«t**    the    Upi-    ftlefHié    or    thefonctmnáof f«!i. outy,of«Tll.ienf to i.xir coi_n. , mdéHhrred^in the Chamba ltd Slate? to «jdv^aie pwcy»    fe’wiiéljr    etc«pi¿« í^K'^-..vln» mnioi» .^nnít In enlitliR «piwJOnelteÍMfnW »/*. ble viewi nor,as I iruR> on any ;4tnd lo the pqeple, attqualljr in* ■"’ invdluniáry crcatf>, in the pvtblic corpemied With, ánil eíTcntiel te» *'    ^    '*    ’    ,«)*■.],<«*    Mjfii    rxM    ■    líA    ^A. ',*.1   1 kiter»' con. rry,- trlenfl» to thmr n»uonar;,n. ;    p/    Eipr^entrt.    T^'V^    l    ’Ti!    í    'to    pfcfefve Jt deprhaeríce.toVictírt ihVtr itcid.    ¿rrí^tíi. n/ A. theittfdvp to the re%ft of ^ inthtdtfuiknergy, the qtWfe* tie^ in.ftllevlaiing lite    Sentie,m,sto/(hetute'R>p,e-    futfilU^g    Af•^be^dt - -•    •“    '•^    neutral    obligstioris,    wuh,    théjklvftteajjtd. Imprttfed w'rtht'.iisbí licf, ¡i Ihall bn our ntidious encíeiv >r to pro» tnare <hc happinefi & indepeit drncc of our fi lio# tifscns, by ser.tfitives, and a largi ceiu^. '    there be cftitobr la Inc.tvotPv cDivTve^^.^^,1^^ SPEECff    ihc trqth üfthcfe ¿íTcnion»'wlí 'pend¡ltWlei;toÍibrtrá^ tjfing cut ulmcft ixenior.s'^to,    ’    '    '    not be queffioned j poftetity,, « iic tvíbárteft tindeccive, ?nc! to conlign-lo UNWlLLINGta depart Iroih Icaft, wHl do jnftice to tltesn, 5- 4fetÍ^*-'¡^ cff the /pih^c d^ t)bkvioA,the prrj'V.)icesanddiv> esarople!|, cf, he molí rc v^ítícl Th.» inte* cpdnn-ibiie conde,,CQ^ke^p’ within tW ■ft.jr,s rn^W t Jciflmg throughout etiiholritjr, I evtii my íelfi f üta could n-Jt ay <il againft the ifyuii. fnhiaflsindn^iQiilfety iitfceí aU '    A__________^ ^ P, ^ ^     f.    .    .t    X    I.    .1!    L.»    i    Í'«■    *: portam - f jrcign and xiomeflio Vnuoos nation, Would, under even a prete*t lor them jiaibíW» iktcc ; to favóur in like manner, occutrences, and as variety is any cirwmftancii, have com. giyenby the U«Ued,&ate»i Wtd the ad^ncemeflt of feicnce, and pleaüng to ptrfons of e very tali J martded rty gratitude and rtfto» of th^feir and Ibetal ftitempt the dlfficulnc» of tniormatton, as ind diluofiU, a pan of the ii >rj;a8 well ashded me with to induM a Itv^üpn^ them, the beft ahm^rif to true hbcrty; ExDofiiorwitl renerríüybs rccu*    cn awful fenfi tf the ttuft to he    Cannot bC gntic^ied.    to carry onihe benevolent plans Sed with iincutUTc m c.iitef    t eamed. Under the vatinu»-ingmyfeUi that utMfere^    which haji been ao méritjnou». cirAiunffances wbichgive peculi* cifliiudc, the determined ijérit (ii ly aj^ied to the conyetft^ or rtfoKmnity to. the exiling pe. anitedcoun(rd8ohhenatton,wiU tiir dbotigmal neighbor», iron» r od, 1 iWl tha? both the honor be Tafe-g lard» to iw honor and the dcgradáion; end wreteued* and ihc refpqnftbHftk allottci4 lor its c&nlial iwcTcftSi I tcpair neis of Ufci to % patitci* me areinex; tíffihly enhanced,    to the allied me, with    i>o    paw*|£d^e im;*rov€ments of The prclent fituation of the other difcooragenaent ih?n whrt whMpfchuraanmmdanam^^ warUia indeed riihout a par- fpring» from my cwn inadcqu*. ner^líe fotoptiblc m a ctvdt* allel: and thi.t of our own’coun* cytoii» high duties. If Ido fed Rate i Asfar as leruiMrit» ,tryiallofdiR‘« iltcf, Thepie?* wot fink under the weight of thl* and intuition», fachas the fe, car JI. 7he prkrtv'M he ftva fur^ ofthtfe tw »«s the more fc* deepconviftioo, it >* becaufe 1 aid the fidfiroeni of »y dot; dollars hidf yearly in advance,    V;.r:iy fth, becdufe they have    Bad feme foppori in the confci*    they w'^ be a refource    whic or<w> dollars (d 50 cmts trt    i Hcn upon u« at a moment,    oufneftoftha purpofes, anda    cannwliulme, the exbirativn of ‘the year.    when the national profperity be*    confidence in the principle» It is my gctod fortune III. If the sabscnb'T. flifs    tug at a height not before attain»    which I bring with me, into this    ver, to haveihe path, in whtch i e:oi    rt    0/    C'J,tl.eContraftrefuliir)gfromihe arduous fcryice»    am to tre^d, Jighted by exam- m jrafc or verf* ' «WM CONDI HDÍÍS. T, T«t ExrosiTOR slmtl le Jirifited once tvety soeei, on good • type and on a royal sheet / on a day which may best suit the ar~ fivals of mails. u *1 í!tSV(i7ít;iVMai of peace with all natioos, whilfi trality towards bd'igrreat oa- tbofe of my ¡.'nta idiato preclcr Property of the American Antiquarian Society

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