The Whig in Cincinnati, Ohio
11 May 1809

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11 May 1809

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The Whig (Newspaper) - May 11, 1809, Cincinnati, Ohio ciNútiíSrA^ ptií^ÉO Bír e| ¿TIÍEETÍ ^ ^'.7-^*.    '-    '1    >    ■ . / DzpjikTifSMT d# Statef^ cortcfede-^ tre^ 011 aíi the Mktiotia.^iwtenxthe two , I    •    '---7-:—    K-    y    I ‘•VApartw mteiiaierihé' cótemeróiíil hi-Mwew the'0<Sk*te» !O|¡^re?t Bntaiii. aftd É ránee]' tó3‘ 9wít'' dépeadeti :¡&. aiMÍ tbf    ^ xin ¿rr ^ :e ne^ot] oVtwo 'ttoOara pa& ^ I hy post^ three dolioH pef ^nulÁ,    as ib< vance, stibacri' vnthla brañ    after ¿ it betohsld^red ín td* Vanee. > .    '    , An^ persoDf obtaiiiinjj^ Vlx Éübscñbeh %nd Will becóine accountab^ for the |^y-^*j)t, shall be funitihed Wf^ one graíls. $ío ^    díscommtied nt'** aré 'Beef;Poirfr¿TWér: 5ugar. ■    '    '    *    •    dclivc^d \, Wwkey, Cou^tjy nt the^íEcc, at ib? price,'Wl be ttkei^ payment.^ ‘ Aayertisemenu making^v®® Wgth d^an jo breadth, 'ÍBse*^^ thfestimes for one dollar, and ás cents » jy s,ut>sequcnt inlertioiH V 3Lfegcr in the same'proportion. pf . tó. jesty, decked that Brltam^ is desirotis (s^ inakii^ a:^ iMoratdotiKp^ rpiton Tot the aggression committcdl by a Bntishi^val dfe^Íh*theatu^oMhcUé Suteé frs^e ^^4^hesapeafó^hw;;4|ljadif, iUjtk^n4omf pihotbpt <Usavowilof^ his majésty aa a markof hi$4Spflwii% # did^mediatdy/jitcidl^ tdEcfnd^bfit ter from anhi|^ tori|tRe a^qtt    lak^ Chesapeaki^ j|nd !if tdkeptahlel td the A^ mérican pittyialonior the u ‘ that^octiiaion. tV^ASHiKGiW ^ITT, April io.    I Since the arrivalof Mr. Oakely at Wash- ■ ington, Mr. Smith,, secretary ^of aiate, and Mr. Ersbine, the British ^minktér^ hove been, we nnderstand^^every day ’chided in discussions in relation to the points ÓI diTerence between* the Ünitéd States and Great Britahi, whicK^ it seems, Mr, Erskine has béén* aucborised to^arv, rangeyin virtue of'powers received tpin> his government hy^ the BriiisK’^i^oOp, of. waivnow lying at Hampton, subject to his orders.1 The folioWinij notes shew tfii-happy result of these discussions* ./ (K0.I.) ^    . Washington^ 4pnl If, í,8piw ^ I hava. ihe honor to Inform jfop' J^hii 1 have received his piajesty’s coininimds torepreseAt tb the government of »the .tÍ% States, that hil Ihajes^ is animated by the most sineero desire fpr aii^adjustment , of the diáewncefr whifh have unhappily -ea longiprevailed betWecn^e twp tqpq* . triesi* the recafutulatioh ojf ^Kicti ¿tight have a tehdeilcy to imbele, if not,preVpnt audtaijle' [Qnaiiafe su^rerson  . ITic goyernmeMof    lf«Jgtatifrha^^ ii^,atall tlinita.,ef|tociji^edd'»»^^^ de-mra for an    ihe’diSerencea, hich have so to^ant^ Uidi^ sub-Iktwcptftc two^nSkric^ ^s*dé¿?lí!^r *«i*    ^MOre. «®í««y»a- nimated by the>«»é    to    make atonement for the%gvession committed by one of fils..naval officm in "the attack 00'the.Uaiiedf    frigate i^C^apcake..^ ,,,    '    ,    -i, ' " As It appears, at . &e same time/^®* *® Staking thif offev/ iiia JBritaimic majlW derives a motive from the equality \ now existing, in the re}p^otvk of the U* Statjes with the two. belligerent powers, the prew sidentowes it to thi?.pccaaIoO) and, tobim-. ‘aclf, to Wt itbe ^tmoufpDpd, that ddi i-, iqilality' 18 ' a result ipeideiit to a i$ate" iof thmgS) growtni ^ oÍ    '    cctaádera- tioés. _    ^    .    /> With’thia egi^énation, US requiskéisiH - - í6‘ d^ iS^coiiDcV pí January éó7,ko faras\especta the hvhe persilasioh that the I    proclaWation    for of Ihosfoill^repi^ Great ikwitc^er dittVreoce of J^ld in the inter^etation fea ■'ol 1kldi hi agreem^t, will Ü8 j;pci^h*®» to'hc, . «tiirftSKlNE. , cfq.    ^ t^tc. &C* (iioAV.) |^>^|)XFARTJIEMV?^oy*áTkTE. rff is frank, Í am. authvnaed . ta inforin you, that the president acp^ta the note déliver-, ‘ ed by yqu^in the    U®^ hy. the Older' of    WffWdtr IhesaMe with thf, i^gigement. conieaDed Ihérein, whcn'/ttlifiQed, us u satisfaction for the insult and injpryj^ which be has complain^. But..1 have it in bi^ss chai^e'^m the^prf^^^    itate; thát ‘*while 1^ fdrliqars' tofosiaM>®. u fortber pii-nVshmenl td the offpodingbfficer, helé nót thé less sensible. Of the jusiiee 1 fed' UtHitv of Such an ei®tntpfo,iiihr tile leKs persuad- srsrs; MASS’S t' ‘ ÍTO. I .    Si,;’. which would pla^'the irels^i • Briuin with this Ü# jShitai Hi\ feotiog, in all resj^W^ .. liqerent powers,' l hai co ved his majest «V at of such Isws ”1^“: ; Y,oui:-iiiustobedt«út>i serv% iBt* smith; l/nitcd States’ frigate Chcs|fpcnke. Cqniidciinff the actp^sfehy tlie cqn«i I . ,|rcia t>f the Unltéd'lState^ hn ll^ |firat pf L j ^ March, (usually    íhc.    nou-intcr-    I majesty. ■- iii. ‘U ■ ,(^No, IIL5 . Wasftington^'jfy^Hiéih^ 18ÓÍ, feuj|Mi act) at havin^pNyddbed a state of cqji^ality in che reléltdhs of che two betlU ;i;cpt.*jiowers wldt^respect to the U. I have the honor p( Informing you thathis^m«jeafef,haybig bi^^ petkuddedj Ihaf the Koferubk repUratfoft^ ^ch hq had caused to be rende»d4br ihe itnhu^h-aWk.uppn iho AmétMft frigate .get^t..powcr,    .u    ujc    w.    I    orisedatoiifa.uHon    w- ,S..tWvl ture W    aos.p^4¿,>^d    b, il»trHOlio.*,ferihe¡tota!nd«rwion of the    jjj,    \j. <S -    .    A'.    *8®* .....'    ,    ,    T^    '*    f    I    V.    vr*    Otates,    in'tu'e same American government, such terms ot sa- j .gp\f*npf conciliation ‘with feiich it vras; f_ A    proposed,    has    iustructcfd    to    egprtss latis.faction, shodld such a hap|(y‘ termination 01 that agkir take ^fece*-hQt only as having removed a paifebi cause,of difference, hut as aifordiAg a fair proipect of a complete and cordial ubderataii^g, tisfttction and reparation, ai his majesty .18 induced to believe will be accepted, in the same spirft of conciliation,with which they are proposed. * In addition to the prompt disavowal made by hia majesty, fe being apprised  _________________________________ of the unauthorised* act, committed by 1 reistablished between tht tW/ chun-his naval officer, whose recai,,^ a mark    ,    ... OÍ ihe king’» dispIcMure, from . yigbly    favorable cbangointhÓ^ttliÓD^or important anci honorwlc commgna, im-    '    -- inediatcly cnKucd, his maje^y is w’Uling to restore the men forcibly taken out oi the Chesapeake, and it acceptable .10 the 1    pj^ ^ugrtss, was idsd!‘'anticipate Amt -**^an government, to make avutaok I 'gy ^k inajtSty, anti has encouri^d a fur-provision lor the unloriunute sufrereiu Op j hope,,tlpr a reconsidefetou of the that occasion. A have the honor to be, with sentiments of the highest respect and Consideration, sir, your most obedient hdmblc seivanl. D. M. iaSKlNK. The hon Robert Smith, Esq. &(;. &c. &G. exjia^hig differences might lead tq| their la tisfactory adjustinent. On these .grOjunda and expectitionf, am iRstructea^Q.cainmunicatu tlir.t^ A merican government, his majesties deter mi nation of sending to the U, Jditcs, an envoy cxiraorL.aary, invested with fu lUloté which I had    of ydh this day, Ífest fe.tiini® in Uyhtg hvfore the gresidea't ‘ who ^ing; linctrely desirottsof a satisfactoVy^aiytlist»-,: niunt of the dtfferefices ^\iiihapp11y exisO* ing between Great Britain and the Uqited States, has* authorised me to assure you, .thkk he wilt meVt With a disi^Viiioh jCor-/Klipohdent with that oC' his "Britgnnic mjeaty,. the clctém?Ínation of his ,ma^ Jestyloiéid to the Ui, Stat(|k,a spetnal envoy^ foVikted with fuir^qowers to con-ChJec a treaty 6n all the poin?^ of the rcla-ionu between the two countrieS    ^    *, I amjuhher authorised to a$s\Ve |you, hat lU case his Britannic majesty sIKould, in^themeaU time withdraw his order^ in council of January and November 18()!T* su far ug respects the Uv States, che presi-' dent will not foil to issue a proclamaron by vhiluc of the authority and for the pur-msea ^féclfiéd in theetfeenth, section of ^    feartSiAfthly <i«Ugd '¿le lloñ-lÚ-^ CPCodrl^nét. ‘    ' ‘ ’l*haVétbc honor to be, ^ fee. &c; ’fec.' ‘ The Ml Ersklné» esql ■    .Mil ^ ^Nó. V,)-WAfüfíKií o?i, Api'il iUth, I80S.' siRv-'-i-    ^    . . n In consfetjuence of .the acceptance, by the president,'as plated in youc. letter, dated thwiétif the proposal! made by méénthe part oT his m<nesty, in my leitcrof rise same day, for ine'^ehewal of fee mteVcotirser between' the respective countries, 1 ath authorised to declare, that hii mijestyk birdcks in cbuhclfof January and November 1807, will have been withdrawn as respects the Ul' ,on the ICKh day of June next." '    “ t have the hdhor to be, .    ,    , ,V \Vith gitat respect and ^ . Consideration, * , Your mosi obtisert. Hon. K. Sitiith^ fee. fee. I cea&e id Violate "Vfia néútral com-m*ce qftheiU. States,’ thePrclident ia auihorised t*V declare the same by drocW. after which the tttuk ioi^ ^ ^ ihe said act, aUd^y an áctia^óg an etnfergp 00 att shi^ and. VesleU in the ports fed h^^borsof theÜnked feate^ andvthe aeveriil acts supplemental^ feere-to, may be reneWed^arith the nation ^>4ot ■ing**—. . ■ hboiS^%avj Mfeta^ Ersline, his Britfenic n^ajes-ty^a Wvoy exujmriilqakv^ and, mmister i,^lenifK»tentiiuy^'^naá,Jby me Urder and \d name of his jfoWeign, decided to thi»^vemineot that the British orders grv and November, in. tpy 180!?, will have-'bwft wiSíiWí,!* f»- ,»p.%|»i the ;U. State», on the tenth, day of ifr>w* thetefort. I, J^xet Aisrisoii, Presidrftttof éé U. State», dd herél|>y|>iw:laitti, tW ih# orders 50' ctmn-cil aiore»«d, wiM have hb«n withdraw n oik the. raid tenth, day of Jnnc next'' ‘after . Whlc8 <lay the traat rtf thé’ü;-States with G. Bri uin, a. ^USHejidedbv the act of con-gre»».* hove me‘nt5bhed,'tóa an act laying , ap eiat'argo on alishlprhnd vewels in the pó^s%dharboM'of the U. States, and the, sA'eraJ act. hupplementt^ thereto, may. be renewedi    ’ , J. Gl.vcn under hand and the seal of f * he United Statcsv at Washington^ . Vhe nineteenth day of April, in the (LeS.)>Jear iof oiir Lord^ oncjf thousand , ' iighthuiifiTcd and ; and of X V . pie indcpehderice of the United ¡ States the lhirt>Mhird. *^ ' ^ J ,\    .    . JAMES MAIDISONI fe* TWfr feesfDENt. iJrt». Si^lTH; Tecretóry (No. VI.) V Department of Siate^ April 19, 1809* Sir, Having laid before the president ybur note of this day^ containing an asiurance, that his Britannic majesty will, on the 10th day of June next, have withdrawn his orders in council of January and. Novcm* her 1807, so far as refeects the States, I have* the honor of informing you, that the president lyill according^^and :n pur-* suanceof the eleventh section the stat^ ute, commonly called the non-intercourse act, tsaue a proclamationi so feat the trade of the United 'States with Great Briuin, may on the same day be renewed, in the manner provided in the said'section. I Have thi*honor, fee. &ci Signed R. SMITH* Hon. Ü4 M. Erskine, esq< fee* BY THE PRESlDEI^t Or THE UNIT « ;» STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION. V HKREA8 it is provided by the llth section of ibc act of congfcsl, encitled XNCENEf, April ihi I INDIAN WAR. -G ‘)vcrabr Harrison received on Mtm-. day ast a special express from ,Governor Lev is, by which he is. informed that? un asko latioD has !)<:en ^ entered into by^ a banq ‘of the Winnebagoes and P.uaua nbwS living in the iUenois river^ with Othe *s of the same nation residing . in Loui siana and by the loways and some , other of the Missk’^ippi tribes,'for the ipurpDSe of attftking Fort Brllyien, (a.fort iatei/'crectod by the United States on the **MÍ8í»Í88Íppi, in th^ neigbbu^'hood of, De ' ^ Mpfe) and waging war on the frontiersof lilifeis^d ^.puis’una,    1 Aji'afty of the above, association had inadethekfepraffecc in the neighbor-hopd of Goshen, in the cbpnty of St» Cláir, X ftfe days before the express set oul, all Xrnic^ with firm    and 'had taken offln their retreat fifteen hórses. They Were pursued by capt. Whitesklea Wife 2d tneh, and whilst govcriior Lewi* was writing his dispatch, information was ieceiycj that Whitesides and his party had been ¿Í4 off—fee repbrt however was not creiited by the goverfipr*    ' Ugnifes us pleasure to say* that we ar« authorised by govembr Harrison explicitly to'stafe, that.he has evcrv reason to be-iicvc thtit fee tribes of the Waiush continued firm and unshaken in their atuch-ment tfo the United States. CENERAL ORÚERS* lieaif ^mrters^St, toUisy April I The Commander in chief direc.s all the voluhteer companies of CaValry, Riflcmeni .and/infantry, within the territory of Lou^ isiafia, to hold themselves in readiness to / manch ai á moments warning. 'Hiese together feth the corps which arc already Sclcl in a state of requisition* of November last, Will fof™ ®    i^scrvc so the point of/attack, or as other circumstances may rtiider ihcir servises necessary for the dqfcnccof the Territory. 'Thte commander in ¿hief informs the milidaoffee districts of cape Gircardc^ St. (^nqVievc, St. Louis and St, Chartfo that if tlvey will each within their fespe^ tivé dUtrktsform a volunteer company of infantry ip act as circumstances may r^ quire, for/the defclice of (he fVoniieti Oi this terrtfery, and to coKOpcnjKei Property of the American Antiquarian Society V r ' ORIGINAL STAINED

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