Title: The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: September 8, 1821
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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; o. 4. PENS.\COLA, bATt'RDAY. SEPTE3IIiit 8, 1821. _ Vol I.
rUBLISHED WKEKLYBY and liberal course." It it contended meat for the) Turkish array in the nor Hen issued by the Allied -
NICHOLAS: Jc TUNSTALL, hi* this article that the House of Sovereigns, I LOXDO: *, June 20.
Commons them provinces and even raise the linking with to the events which I Private from.
respect accounts Spain dated
in advance if ,
S* annum the are nearly unanimous in their fortune of The
\t per reprobation
Yptilanti. Heevian in. Turkey. The minister replied the Kiddle of the month lead
within the first present
are not paid quarter of the principles 1 and viewsof said hate attacked
g5 are to and destroyed "he
w at not aware that of the us to believe that the
any i as kingdom remained -
S3 will l be required. Continuance the Allied Sovereigns,and the '
league: on the Dasubrbetween 1'oro- had .
F.uropean issued
powers such i in a agitated state Ferdln- rand
paper very ,
t. or subscription at discretionof is cautioned
against reckoning too IUITI a ill and Kladora a Turkish battalionof with regard to Turkey. tl will either continue the sittings of
,th Editors, up to the dischargeof upon the forbearance or degeneracy harm men who were on their march The bill granting .,,/)OO,f. to the the Cortej; some time longer,or an extraordinary
all arrearages, of the British JO\'ernmrnt. Wrwlect to join> the main arm'r ilant;, kit Duke of ClaTnce was passed 54 tr 24. Cortes will be convened in '
An\rr.mBMKMsby the square, gl forthe passage, a specimen of the strain, in now staled, bat entrenched himself at A warm discussion took place upon this the middle of the summer. The -
first, and 50 cents for every other which the first :Manifesto..from Tl'Pp.rau Tergowishi where he WM daily joined bill, in the course of which, the .mar| army is taking an active part in Spanish pol
insertion.! it discussed. by large numbers of recruits, irritated qui of Londonderry protested againstthe itics, and has presented a petition to x
-;.---- ('EI.A Y The tone of absolute authority as'smed by he barbarities and df.rr latifn* of exaggerated: pictures drawn by the the King$ in favor of the prolongation of
) -. --- in the outset of the Manifesto the TurkS. Near Itutharor.. which Is opposition, of the state of ttiernttntry,i the sitting the Cortes. '
r From the National Gazette.KDINUURGH is deserving of attention ; it ran only the head quarters of the T'.rVt h arnr, aim the conduct of ministers.Mr. J I We were glad to see the opposition .
RIIVIIIW.e be outdone by the gross falsehood of the forte of moo lush of.whomFtlf one Humr, as one of those charged 'made last night In the House to the
received the statements. The three Allies are pleased are cavalry, is emramprd. They with inftamin*the public mind,felt anxious ' Grant for the'Alien Establishment. If,
Mare sixtyninthnti' to call tbrmwhrs the Pont''' only awaitrd the an-inlor Jtmuf, I... to tin himself justice. Th charge from the lateness in the Session, a repeal y
celebrated Juurnal
!ibrrof this ands "whoeomlratcd the Revolution. To cha of brail, from Jaist, to>> attack the he repelled with indignation, and I of the Alien Act was impossible,
,..il ourselves of the space open to us Austria and Prussia this designationmay main body of the Greeks letter recei threw it back upon the noble lord who, the next best thing would have been to
tin) nuitnitij to submit of to our readers be applicable ; for they certainly, 'ed by (,fftk houses at Vienna, te- with his colleagues, had applied thefirebrand starve it to death." The !sooner we '
;, summary account its contents- at one time did oppose the revolutionary present the stale of alrain in a muchmore of inflammation when theyattempted begin to abandon the notions and prac
These are not, in our opinion, interesting ; arms of FranceOut Russia nt'U'rtok fatorabte light for their countrymen : to crush the Queen of England tice which Lord Londonderry derived '
and valuable in due proportion to \ up arms in that cause, c&crpl during ; augmenting the extent: or the insurrection contrary to all justice, to all law, from his Laybach and Troppau friends
tier'! :','neral<< character: the Work. They a few months of a madman rule, in that part ..f Turkey, and to all precedent. They had applied the the better. It is indeed, lamentable to t
1 tr'%Anting; for the most part, in the and that after the the Turkish without at
firebrand of
long only legitimate describing army at inflammation when they think that England should keep up an
pal+rnanand vivacity of re"'lark'i- ground of opposing the Revolution, as discipline, and in danger.of bring constituted themselves judge and jury: establishment of this kind, solely with
gi.ir; and amplitude of discussion, such had ceased to cxisL Then ,.hatcoui'htacr rut offfrom its t..Kn..c brlirvr, in flagrant violation of the principles at view to aid the great Powers, in their
a vii'-it! constitute difetiniruishing! was there in the opposition given by any that north of the Danube, the : woman, whom he would call an in- people of Europe. The principle avowed -
ji,i'ril atul charm of the matter of the of the three ? Did thf in chance of in its and whom
are, those
y not, succession war prevent stage norrnt woman, even they by powers (to say nothing
early rumfoers ;in particular. The ine- become th* the Greeks, though the themselves could bean of their hostile i F
cunfMlt"ntn-aC', against imposing not yaJitv'4'one periodical effort, com- the subservient tools of Bona 'arir in Turkish force employed against woman. It was under the governments, and even the noble Lord- '
ruiedilh other in the tame enter- hi* aggressions upon their netghtors, them |t;*\r. that their '1h'lIgth"n expectation that she would he unprotected himself shrinks from the advocating of
jiit?**, does not warrant the augury of at whose cxpemc they willingly ciiMin-! there it CTrater than had Wen imagin and unable to defend herself that them. They have told the world that j
cll" litH' : if it did, wr should IH now ted to be it-warded for their ban work ed. the noMe lord and his colleague had they are determined to oppose reform '
trjiiptu! to iudulgv in a sinister prcdic- done under him, and for tiK.benefit a* .Adice from CwaMitiUnopl'. to the dared to take the course they had taken, wherever it manifests itself (for as to
t on resecting the fatuous Scottish tri w'coli!! as their o*n ? Naaydid mat these 3d of June were rrteitfd' srrstefday, at and had expected: that she would fall. the the exception of such reforms as emanate -
UnJ' criticism. On the whole, in the very {Powers fight against each other wltirh date tlM" ""ltaf1CO on rrignvcv The noble lord and his colleagues were from the free will of sovereigns
po ntof learning, ability and cntertain- under his banners-some of thesis re- trim lades with com till continued.// the cause of the discontent and inflammation : it really: amounts to nothing.) 4
i'i<-nt. the udvantkgc"seems to us to hateI Celt mg, for their wages, tk *JHH|*non The trvMur)', however" frrbased with of the country. They were the No man knows better than Lord Lon- f
I ,-n, fur some time past, unequivocal- by his force'from the ut1w.nd i* prompt payment all that was offered. persons who had nearly driven the country dondary that the reform of abuses ir 99 ,
i.. -n thr aide of its London rital.I it mt somewhat un,,<.tab4<* tit hear, The armament were ptocerUing with into a state of internal commotion, cases in a hundred is consented to with '
I ., i 01, .;K a *ommcntary on a Report} a of t!.ow Powers who base rombated i and new r.rdlic-atMI.rft' erectingon were now to be taunted with having excited Why then should we expend our money -
1.1 t.lillouscuf! Lordb'Lonlatmnglhet. the Revolution,* as if they had been! all i the C<*.phmtf*. From this would discontent. This sort of trickery to enable the great powcts' to give:
... !> tt'an elaborate enquiry\ into the along, and tip..n the ptinciplrnof large i appear thai a si<4t from the Greek fleet ,which the noble lord knew well the effect principles so hostile to freedom '
t.'.Mnuiionof the supreme lerfiluture and disintefrste Klky' the dter*.-i i* held by the. Divan to he :a poviWercnlingrtH use of would in matters of little moment and humanity t I
.d! !.us- :.tnd fixim the Conqust to the ties of France ?" I y.. X. frr h intelligence' merit only the derision and contempt Lord Londonderry thought it unfair .
pitat t l1w." Tins is a wide field in The $th article in tiRiml" tn 1Ie.\. ..>.. from the Morns. had heat rrcriuU at with which every sound mind and that: gentlemen should avai) themselves:
v. ", Uv cimbiiiutional law yeratid the tUtU' tor Memoirs( r. (lark.tce.'or1o :'-. : l..M.ndftOltit'| Information had ar- honest judgment must regard it. Such of Parliament for the purpose of pour- I
,,I"l Milieu uf tijrat, Britain. I1UH.t.find which has breu reprniied, cod ofwmtlt ritrd of the procrcdinir at Sojjma taunts, convenient as the noble lord ing forth abuse against the other powers
L .1 i'to! aura, t and ' .; .,. ,, idiot 1ittIultbfi1eI'utiutt fur known in the United State tetrJW'. the Turkish ifuwnmrni to" the Pacha: oft bfdrrp and lasting Importance,he could admirable in its way. The noble Lord r"
; m"n.ulII of tlv! A merit an hare l..iiuid ering the length of time since iUiicatiun psib- : arra, to fake the city under his pro not hear without repelling them: with and the other powers have taken care
l it uacn"1' cal amuse. tSe 't"I..ral in Lens<< l Iota, we are wrpriwd t. tectioti. a..d, abuse all to consult the disgust and indignation. It was welt for to provide against this dreadful: evil,for '
rt .1 ," "" tmly m a ttr ti if.la d('gree.- find it unit nun mrnttotitd IB we I'Aw afrty of. the foteixnet% residing there. the noble lord to attempt to turn off thereal members may indeed pour forth hat ,
't: 14' Utiort".v' i it i is wdn metl I to be 1.urfttt Het'.iew; the more a* it stay .\ S i na,4, injunction was transmittedto and unanswerable charges: againstthe he calls abuse, but where can it find
*. l: i f.iul mf labouo'iis; and uiiviou n- it unduly t'nulW fur ,'ariov'dft'l1a. the riril authority of Smyrna. government, by alluding to the motion vent on the Continent ,
1 '..i \1. in the trot authentic tee(, *!*,isMicd dt1.i It abowAdv," says slat knew Such i* the Mate of commerce in of his hon. (friend respecting the -
<:, ta<-.vj Uv.'ts, to ai unu :n 4*ri .* in ..10.U..I.hd sublime pnwagrr -inM Spain, owing to the recent probibiti, stale of Europe. That motion had not From the Belfast Irishman. )
:: i I.s-scAeivii <>f. tit'ta of signal imp.rt i 'n','-in k ,ofrlcdg of history and inoftke that not a J.inghf4H'rip trswl up to been fur war,but fur presenting war- RUSSIA. r
......( knstntltd5V .bttmar; character1u' the H.h irrtU i ha* entered the port of The pacific and >>1..tarTntnt\ on and Diiajfettion among the Sold; ry.-h
'('.1C: scror article lrvat of" C'ookr- Hot in'".it. It is4eo lossg ; and if (iijon, this tear.M tendency of it had been at the time ex- appears bjr a letter from St. Peters- '
". :" '+!' |,1..1...-: in trMrw \...riu... thin m>\d tteriftlHt and it fofRattrn, j/j/ FHEXCII SA\ \ Uined. and could not have been mis burgh,via Paris, in 26 days, that there (
t ..... II aiiti Lnylh: \'I'o'' ;Lt 0tlat': tul.j ,- will ',e solely. oe that aecounu" 1 lie In the lhambrr-of U'1uln, June takentint it Mii* .*nmi tit ..*_,...*. h._. ht p" ___ ,..._,j.I"a ..... .ton.-- I s
j It is Hiirtuic-d to be Lun.er.us, meaning of this last sentence k" that '26t a diM! ussioa was opened upon the to assume what had brim denied,& was that serious disaffection has shown it- .
wi.'. rct.. .1) afToid home rood plrasu the 'book i* rrtf: .*.- very just rrpte Marine Budget the expense of which obviously unwarranted by the observations stlf among some of the emperors troops
: : y abut curious i information ; but in sentation.t1, were officially estimated at S3 million or the motion of his honorable although no actual revolt has been ma
,; < mum tt i is oppressive, nr.ity of the : r. Thomas Hope. an ol'ulrtttmrm- franc (about ::.2U'.J..UO.f.: ) friend. nut it was quite too much for I nirntt'd.Ve are unable give the ..
j,...n are fur-fetched 01 *ti'anted, and tier of the great mercantile family of The Minister of Marine, M. Portal, the noble lord to call the coronation an letter at length,and select only the most
t.u cot n.on tmpirvMoii i i. iikflj to be, that nam!, commonly called in lx.edonMfumiiilre made a "rport upon the present condition august and Sacred ceremony. He [Mr. striking passages.
t .l the tit'tiity pages which it .fills, hope! { ,*' is mentioned confi of the French Navy which con.tinrd Hume,] denied that it was either august "The grand duke Constantine, since
< 'i t,ld \,v more ij.piopriatcly and Irala1'1 death in the Review, as the author of some highly interesting facts. or sacred, or that any ceremony his return to Europe, has given great 1
1} ('mpl )-'d. ** \\ v suspect says Anastasius.Veare, are in.doubt, whrth. While the navy of the United State, could be' august and sacred, that was offence to the Emperor. lie is suspected .
iw, auuior *. that in all: dietetic dtrvc- er this gentleman; felt pleased or mortified observed the Minister, consist of only like this founded injustice. Cries of having imbibed liberal principles, r4..
t.: ,ns, medical men prescribe pretty ,when lie read this curious passage' II sail of the tine and 14 frigates, demanding hear."* If it was proper that the and his attempts to conciliate the soldiery ,
r 'ufh at cui din;; to what they: find suits of the atiirlc .** ')Ir. hope will excuse an expense of 16 of 18 mil King should be crowned, it was proper to whom he was previously a ....
tV'n! own Usit.... Ir. Ddftfiti used tort us-!but we could not help exclaiming, lion CJrfr.uln, the French navy, which: that the Queen should have her rights.It perfect tyrant give grounds for suspi r. ,
;* crtum-chem unite at once ; and' in reading the novel 4s this Mr. Ttto comprehends 38 ships of the line and was right that the King should be cion. _
lw tt..r riot spacing on all occasions in: mat Hope f Is this the mID of chairs 3? frigates, ought with its collateral crowned, it was right that the Queen The Emperor has endearore. to abolish V'
p 't.s< realer,}; cream and butler in large and Ubh-%-the gentleman of sphinxes establishments to be allowed fur its should be crowned also ; if otherwise, the practice of wearing beards ;
quantities to his patients.." -the Ldipus of c .al-boxe -he who maintenance! hume 80 million He the coronation, instead of being an august among: the lower classes and this has
'Jlir absurd and,uppessivc impcdim'nt -, meditated on mu(oncers and planned added to this statement of the gross and sacred solemnity, would be a caused,much feeling. I have been'in !. .
!* ti'which the statute law ofLngland! pokersVlure ham he hidden all bbelotjueurr amount of the nary, for which few, partial wanton cruel act of injustice. two towns where, this regulation: has {>>,.'
throws in the WAV of the marriage of and poetry up to this hour f possibly,of our reader verepepated, The noble lord and another- noble lord been enforced, and the poor creatures .P!
L,-st'aurafornltlrtuljettufthetltirda i I fire. The first paragraph of the article the fallow ing detailed observationsThat stood pledged to what both had said run away from a stranger athamed tfbtingtten .' .
a' If, ami tit r im.'-gated: upon sound. (\na'tniul *u'1'riM'lthr reader a 74 gun ship which, before the in hearing,that if the Queen should be In Novogorod the innova-
pnncipits of tIdal ;'lid iv...0... .llc'' 'iy the fallowing sally, which" we pre revolution, cost about l,2OO,0oo francs, acquitted she would be entitled to all tion is openly reprobated. g"Thegreaestpossible
follow hag remark In "f'fl'l rn' t to the in-! fiUnl, must \tt" taken rather as the offpringof (4O/xio.) could nt now be built under her rights and privileges as Queen,and ea'-e is taken i ';1' .
ilui ihty of the Dihsvnieri to the formula party-petulance than! of serious I'WO, francs (upwards of TO to be in every respect treated. Yet to keep the troops which have been in .
*trs prescribed by IAU, m..y be well "nit tion.M Turkey it a country the noble lord now talked to the houseof France! from mixing with the lower orders. .
applied j to the case of the Society of tin I the last stage of Catttertagfirrvn4t'tintit'artittn That the French model retain their the august and sacred solemnity of a These troops are foe the most :
l'. ands in this country, in regard to ; it is in that condition to former excellent coror..ationCrom which the Queen con.sorttllould part dissatisfied with their scanty fare. ;. .
>'iiitia! Fines. 1' is tail to say that which we, (in Great llritain)are steadily That more than twoihirds of the of excluded t and then did and are not a little infected with the revolutionary " ., +
,th.. Di":seiiifr' is \con4iis opinion is approachmi; 1-uticalfilltII-the: Gtcr and pupils of marine, whose presence the noble lord :accuse his (the opposition mania; but the mass of the .
(C0isr.'n.;(,ostc t. k'-u ..j>-he sukes his sure result of just and necessary wars, aUiore i it not indispensable arc side of the hoase of attemptingto people care little about politics, and %s.
(' ."ui v'''.'*. "fu/U! It. Wad. it ."ianfJ 5J interminable burdens on affectionate actually now afloat. disturb the country ? If his Majes the emperor prudently keeps them in
s .' I-, .MI -d; ) it up to tiny arm .of people, green bugs, strangled Sultanas That the French commerce and fish- ty's Ministers would persist in such their state of slavish ignorance. ;
t. ,. .** of in such flagrant **I have only been here week
: penh' and murdetcd mobs. eric engaged about 52/WO seamen; a coarse persecution, one
U lieu %'e,read the t';!Sh'iut title,**Xafil --- ---- -- - -- . - while the royal navy,which previously outrages of law, justice,and humanity since my journey to Poland. The 1 1i i .
ks," for the fourth article, our expeeatiitia :NKWS DEPARTMENT.Jfrtitn : to the month of June, lirto, had need cringing when necessary, 8t Insulting Poles are at the very point of revolt, I
: were raised to a high ),itch, on- of no more than W&H, and even at the when safe-he (Mr. Hume) and notwithstanding: all that the emperor . ,
). however to be attended with distJ p- thf AfrrcanHlf 4dr+rrlirer.lrrg. 3. close of the year, found employmentfor could tell t..mthat they would leave has done to render himself popular
Uf1tmetlt.! This is not such an cxkiu- LATEST FROM r.UKOPI:' only ;.1 U, is now, in the )f'lf I&2I, nothing august or sacred in the institutions they detest him thoroughly, '
h dtion of such a subject, as the review The ship Triton ha arrived at Hot- manned by 1( .764 seamen. of the country. (Hear.) He -
|ould have furnished ten or twelve ton from Liverpool, which ihe left on That the maratime population t* on believed no administration in this country NonroLK, July 4. j "
years ago. There is not ore half the I the '2d of J"IVe have received by increase. had ever departed so widely from Ca,,. /tA IIofJ/i A'Qifol.t.-h is with
Routed potency of argument, energy of this arrival the London Time of'June That in five years the mass of workmanship the principles ol Christianity, or troon- great satisfaction we are enabled to
indicant i remonstrance, and sagacity 30th, one day later than was broughtby bestowed upon different men dent sd deeply all the feelings and principles state, upon the authority of a letter ,
in the deduction of conhequences. Af- the James Monroe. of war, has been more than eq_al to>> that were dearest to the heart ofmaneWas a gentleman tn this place, received yes
let making tome extracts Goo KeppelCraven's Lottos, June 30. the building of fourteen 74 gun ships. it: not then too much for terday from Philadelphia: per Steam
"Sketch of the late Rctolun The French mail of the 26th intU arrived The ten sail of the linr. five frigates, those who exerted all their power to boat Norfolk, from Baltimore, that J.
.,n of Naples: the reviewer devotes yesterday in due course. We and four stoops' of war bate undergone prevent, to slop to arrest such Vrrongv Hulme and E. I. HoIIingshead, two of .
)UI attention to the Holy Alliance thru' find a pargraph from Genoa in the Journal a thorough repair.. I to be charged by the noble marquis with the persons, engaged in the nefarious I
tight or ten pages. If he dues riot deal do Debalk slating that the totnhi That various important work in the disturbing, exciting, and inflaming the shipment on board: the sloop Norfolk, }
blows: as heavy as the engine inflicted ned forces of Austria and Naples had docaa-yards hate oeVticarrjing on with II country. He hd early earnestly, and have been arrested, In consequence oran '
of old, he has an excellent tone of feel- landed at Palermo on the 3Ut )Ia\- assiduity, and with as much sneers :as in every possible stage, resisted the examination held before the magistrates -
u % much inclined to receive just end to the anarchy which reigned department would admit of} and, I had more generally and more justly Inflamed obtained in this place, and the
the testimony which le bears, in the; throughout Sicily, where emery commune finally that the Minister, blind cf acknowledging I the country than any aU\since testimony of Capt. Robinson, who it
following language, against the British governed itself and all higher the exprdirnry of any or i the revolution. He now gate :a pieceof appears from the letter, was not believed
and French ministry. .Had it not been: Authority was disregarded. the proposed reduction in the budget, : advice to the noble lard, if the noble to.be implicated in the infamous
jthe public voice in France and Eng-j l Levers from Vienna of il,e 16th communicate earnestly hopes from the increasing i lord would allow him in take that transaction. Green and Scull hare not
IanJand its influence over the l popular intelligence from BucIiaieiU prosperity. of the finance, to see the rft'.dom-to be jut as. ministers, bothto yet been taken: I the latter it was rumored t,
oranch of the Legislature, no one cam of the 3d inst. with further drtiilt of rxpenditurr of his department raisedto the King and the Queen out of respect had set out for this place. The
doubt! that the Trench and, in all pro- the state of the (creek insurrection in the sum "f ftUWM/MCt fr&ncs." The not less to the King than to the horrid plot to destroy the vessel and .
liability, the English ministry 1'9' that quaticr. It seems probable, from Dhambrr adopted the first article, via: feelings of the country. Let all their crew by fire,was conceived in Philadelphia -
''could have given their sanction, 1Id. the_c letter, hat the horrible cruelties that providing for the administration acts be just towards Her Majesty; let and was providentially defeated.
*' for as their meant allowed their ;"iJt committed by the Turks on enteringBucharst of the marine, with a reduction of them no longer advise measure: respecting It was calculated, that the bursting of
-fa the projects of the Allies. There iso when all the Greeks they ft ,ooo franca,and adjourned the remaining her that irrre cruel, tyrannical, the bottle, containing the oil oC vitriol '.
part orihei :fuicigtt" poliCy to which could Buccced in capturing here Impaled I.nnclnofthi. subject to the. following and oppressive; but let them advise: His or the destruction of the cork with. ,
'ey tan tippTkl fur a proof-or even 1 << silivcl 1 have awakened a spirit in theadjonlnjrifotinee day. Majesty towards an individual. whom which it was stopped,kiut which would
for, any thin;; like a I\rt'"unl'ption-tll-l' | of, Bosnia\ and Ser- In the House of Commons,Jane 33ih God had pl cf't1 under his special eve have been consumed in three or buy ;

Jt7 ould have taken more, honest j \! ,.Iw1aich may stall find full employ it was asked whether any ptpcr had std protection. days, raas&baAt- ; accomplished the par i

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rt; i.oste of setting fire to the \essrl, when., splendid,charts which this Burrs will on board tvr DanT.e ha4 two slaves on I."U h he inh&MU-d. Mrs. Curu'i ,.:.nftt'r.I be .4ufr"red to y
' k P in all probability, the lives of the furnish of produce: its fruit
crew all the
: *ater* board
navtg&Ue and the AUtihla bad a bust are irtuicative of that or
c 1. would have fallen a sacrifice to the detouring channels and ciiastrtedpoo main till rrot t, as cither fir J4!
.between bu Kcpit, load ready to start for the schooner, l sense, which is best ripened in a, would lessen its it t,
element May the just vengeance 'I on the St. Lawrence and Lake Stpr* bat, the varied I.f like value when ttstOrtcJto
s of the law descend with" discosering Alligator: they her s. There i is indeed the earth, unless the whole'
unabatedKcvcrity nor embracing an extent tot tour were rrUn.<. The masters of all th- a kind or intuitive propriety about her, in, which I be JolIg S
on the heads of those : much doubt
tt than 1000 miles -would! !
and comprehending easels I ashore at the time of in all she
r who -1 were cap says and Iou The monument .thc case if thc l tea .
:ante juMttlu fur the b
isc a* we informed ; x us OE7
are fens crop
purpush *
cot thin two tare. good
Tit: vessels are said be under which is
to lately finished i filled me From thc ,
of doomwvcn j result of few
gain of their fellow ihouurtid fire hundred iila&d These a trials with
1 Trench colors and were oflkcml and with pfrbtutr and surprise, both by the tun Seed 1 COt.
being to almost i inns ita1Jlc islands am induced
( of which to
f many contain frunislotoo manned .Hy with Frrmhrnrn rn i tuivii. recommend
jritwip drsigtt r 1 hare seen this ,
rfon.-----ilrart no plant as mode
+n a of
_. to 100/ a.Cft.or land, and are and Kr>anianls. A seh loner, with >>o thing: Wrstminster''that seems to restoring fCN
roeat tilhjr to 'lands
l".truC-1 our
-- when
valuable, ill in fallow
extremely v be divided
by slam .
on arvi sailed lions hierra all so ,to be
appropriate, H- tricked better used in
..:rliDtr, Jita\- the commissioner and the following
it is
. to be hot i IA'UM'about hlu hour before the AIKr hi.hftI..oU would' tKc manner. vrom
IIOUSL OF COMMONS JU suppose they first to the
that the middle of
pcd two
Mr. 2f t gorcrnnicnu will in- rat ,to which she gate d *",kt the wowhl have chum a sane: in the via the field July, bleak
in the courstiof with
ll'Mfrfortc his up
mediately take *H n of such a shovel
pvsftc at vhoenrr plough
j escaped by superior tailta* ion, -r some snrh poem, ti furnish then and
speech intioducJng his fall' them an sow the broad
on nioUon re to and same
may icjxrctiely, put 1.heUit'ater has cast with
thc slave trade mcniiutkd thc right priMM".nLuanl inscription and n hint for the sculpture ; ton seed!, which ha cot.
1I1JCc1!IJ ,, them in a train fur sale and setUrntrtit and has retarded in ronwqwrmeof wit at alt-with matchless been prepared tq
following cart : I by bids means we shall rid of hr good taste the same way as if for
G get "tang et all her crew, aurn they selected r planting, at the
," except a period from his of
Sir dedication rate fire
George af. hordes of bushels of
cr'tating smugglers awl do seed
twejf> t1 '. that he had Mopped a Trench jicsse1Jcunc who now infest!many of them.-/'at r/. .. "to the- Caledoniannum. i alter uus, harrow m the seed,or if time
( Esiclle which he me genius oi my permits, I
) country much
suspected to Fr.sw prefer
rlr. J.14yrift: c-) r..z, ,. found me sa Elijah found Elisba ploughing m
cnrrv 1a\es. but au board of which OI Ilst.ttfroltr Aug. 10. at the the seed with a small plough.: If

J '.1 his -fir-t examination, uc uau :fo ndf' Captain Uiuun, of tlic brig" Amazon, The following paper (wnteh we received plough* and**threw her inspiring mantle land be intended for.wil1tt"r the
ron, proceeded to add, that as he wa arrived at this |von this morning in 3* from an ohli finjf correspondent L, over me. Could there b* a hap bout the middle of September ,a.

< *, '*.r.lk.iu; stun;' the deck, cither lie or days from Si. Salvador. ,Mate the Corrnor at OrrtetKk) wi taken rant of a bottle. pier the* jrt>t or one more rakulatcd to the -ottort deep, vhh a Shore! turn m

- ' one of his iail< heard a Vial sound, %' of Hio Jatirir had been brnuffht fount on the sea *",.,re shout IS it* trm, afford a tape imaf-rlto the Statuary In and tur first week in October plough off
". as of in and ire the MHith'arti of Cape Ilatteras the fist place this Mausoleum the land track
persons great pain, soul to that place a prisebr eti his to con with a plough at from
: 1 not tell from ulienrc it proceeded. It Iu rube| having teen&*+t rg with way high rate light He*** Wi the lOtb, sad intrudedVritlrniMi slats ofja dome, 4 en. bat supported inches to two fret, for thc grain eighteen, so that
t was at length ascertained :itrwiration hy pillars arid raise round It is in the
that it "proceeded treason in eiid y from 'a cask upon the deck.- people of that place lu rebel -calll"t i board the brig Tiber of manner of the temple l at tlernardswetl, the hoc and plough! during its

;I'hc cask was in consequence"op tried, the regular gorrrnmSM avid ettabiish NV" -\m b, ,\. I_ II.... matter, lit but far more elegant and finely finished 1 hue found October the best growth.

y I and, prepared as Sir G. Colliera 7forrvery indept-ndt cw. ; i. ;, fern;. 82, 2J, Cuba in "!-to In the back, part is a very I large tablet for planting our winter month

scene of horror that could well The King Mill hail lasi itft"'hf"d dari from MoSilc I Stair .f Alabama of white marble, whrrr, in alto releivoappear Parley, unless this be intended grain, except
:r'. be imagined, he b Miit4 to New-Votk, with the the figure of the for*
was not prepared for by his orders- tic I lastiaa of the following young rustic, pasture. If the land be intended
the scene which at that moment nmncH +rs-: Major IVmull and as large as life and like for
met pcojilc at St. S..ludur. snitch excited lady very the bent rot ton or cum, let one furrow be
\t. t.. ,: his eye. In the cask wcre found two at the transaciieiHi and it wa Lmi. l'arkhvrstof the C.Artillery, portraits of him. There is nothing fine thcVistanec thc beds are intended run at

pour young women, nearly expiring thought summary jr per Hrnry !.. trt'>>, Thomas L. fallen- or Grecian about him. It i is a trueSrateh with a sharp and' long tracking to hs

if ". from suffocation, and who certainly; formed on thc p.-ikpiier, ritlm % the tie.ees.ar dry aid all' .is loIe ; plough on which he has his hand and then hue the field Well listed plough,

.' must have pcriehed in a few minutes, y fomi o/a trial.. ' ** The master and ra rnfers will betartk (a toil worn hand) and his is the ros- main.in that stat till the tore
sus if their situation had | .lary ojrfigrd to the tome of Scotch planting sea.
t not been discovered one who a peasant, improved son. This lisins"ill he

's. This discovery reminded Sir G. :. w.Y.m, \_<. P. finds thaw \t p.iMi h it in .e paper; only and rendered more classical by the 'tttirttt if several .furrows are much run effif

.,1"J '. Collier and his sailors that a few hours CrRACa.t, July 14.fib Majeiyft and also inform" the place or Oi nation nerk being thrown omen| as a ploughman shovel plough between each of'fitll those a

ii before they had seen a number of casks b.it )It'rcufh Capt. De Qaaitel%ailrd where r wn". May lth, IS2I. I is apt to do, when overheated... intended as the foundation thc bed .

;.. f "floating: upon the water, and left no on Saturday last far 'I9Ctt& CaMk. From the calrulation of an able! and I Pleasure, mixed with snprise animates The many advantages which
[ doubt upon their minds as to thc fact with a c fn ii J
t .' that card of them had contained stir under. her convoy fur that inwt this bottle .nrit ".1''.hitrd.-. in a i in his_band he looks urt to the descending fully justify the farmer in making ,

or more cure.aucn .- :" lie irtptr Litcaa..u..d a few dir vi room m f mites in the short figure which seems floating toward CXIIT\um to restore_ ana every mew
ol>scrca :Ir. ""ilfH.-Qrc.. 1"Y'OtIi irom 1'neHo CaiirHo with a spare of 1.1 da)* him in the air. It is the muse of fertility. TnVshuation of Keep the up fields in

i **was thc manner: he was son y to.in.. fleet of merchitiiiHrn uti4er LeT I Several ifmtancrs m t unlike the Caledonia all xrial elegance and superhuman llie: harvest of the diminished
convoy far crop-the
t\ form' the house, that a merchant o f part: ,*f them hound U 1't>tt Htoe & thrrftnaindir going. Isaac oerarrrd within two grace finely contrasting with the I quantity of labor in their

Frlncc'i.11t d0 15\\ hU *hij", jam it*pai. After seeing the years past : and many very minute calculation manly rusticity of the ctitranrcd ploughman. tion, and in the culture of the prepara, together

,, his cargo of human being, from tap. latter in safety tua CC'I1IIia fatitu4.tbc have ,' made upon them She spreads oat the ample verge with a greater certainty crop of a

u,h* and rondrinnaiiun." -n Ligera will return to .tBttLO CalwU. in rt;er in dintrr the course and rapidity of her mantle as to infold him. This over new lands which require so much crop

1 ; Thf! follouing ;;Dear Mr. 'Wilier .'t' fleet of Spanish Merchantmen, of tbrcurrrnt for Ocean. mantle has % broad border of thistles, labor to prepare them, are well worth

forced ict)lus, I iatcs to the Lntcd fix.ni Cadiz, cvon i ti f;$ .'a ship and They are all *-ry questionable, and to give it character. Instead of inscription the serious Consideration of the pLnter .
a fitalrs.! I nine in the present cnsr, ne think, the **able the emphatic name of Hums and
{j brigs, under.eoursrc |*+the AsUoi hence we so often find our old
Tliat we contemplate vrijh: far Idif C;'J guns and a frigate,ptctaed this island I and experienced .."i.-t." raiijht i* emrravrd thus-Urwjc* r*n the base fields continued in cultivation, till to.

u foicnl frditsgs.the conduct of th" i C" on Thursday. 11wy are, we understand havi>spattd himvlf many mathematical fef the monument. The extp2.s grace: tally exhausted. The usual opinion

sited States of America.=;Not only to wnHi at Cat peim and the pants and achrshad l he fitsl asrer- and perfect simplicity the whole it among planters has been, t.iat it is easier .

have their cruizers Iran actively .employed liar ana, and from tlmlctoltJ'OCftd to t itiod the fart that a eurresu traverses: beyond all praise." to clear a new filM than manure

;. in co-opcraiion with our down Vera 'UIL A new v cvr0y atp *intr frtim the / rw. it ym. to Cane lI atteraa old one. If this was even correct,en in

ai suppivssiiu! the Slate Trade on khc to tV kinKdnnt of Santa F"catfie Hit in -. ..I..J & IAttl.t.-This town whkh has ina many of our first settled districts, all

fc'oavt of Africa, hut an.act. has 'beei this t(Wl,mid was Iatnk4 iR luert (..a.h i few years t Hungupfrom the wilder the best lands have been cleared, and

t passed by Congress, whit places khe 'Ilu, when it*cctm hesrUJfttnain' fvr LETTER I'HOM SCOTLAND.the ness it aefjaJiiftinjrral> commercial im the old! firldsJjTiuat be abandoned, or

,, Slave Trade in the list of piracies lid the portance. It is said that a hustle their.
present, in tt rj.equrt ee of the un the Hotiow laJldl' July 19. constantly fertilityrestored..
t' subjects to capital punishment all C|ti- settled .tale of his vii '..M r | About Kxirattt i prevails in the arrivals and departures When
of United tf. ff** 7-ns thc States, what <' 41 11 of steam boats of which
'1 3u oHicets of c trcreot ; one
grade1 art siatr fit, 19 a/rtrW ill tM elvish ttm- to prepare, in a
be fund to in it. That,ih ,, was about to leave' that for proper manner* our
l sew
engage nt. to IKcm baatif the fl rU to ill t. 1Ji1/fJ.rIA. Jartaary 2- place new lands for cultivation! if the enclosing
fir ii itg thc conduct of the Legislatdre, : va<'snows in.the Sj"Wi away, bait ve Orleans,.with a onto of furs and pel-' i 'y'stemwu resorted to, and in thelali
Ii of .
tie United Mute, on this tries, taiue at y' side' ,
itifurmcd b/1
occasipn.W.V ale hint there "our trio,* to
tan KMchr. bvttph rwaatry is like VirjpT fame be re Iron, some vegetable substance
arc led ti> rcfltMrt with fateful. QOftlbs. of lead. The -
CxUl! 'I'b"S.; h Missouri Fur
: IjJ (
: ae e,which enlarging while we look at it. till we Was restored to the earth,
.1 it aHO! A/i' our comluun (,r'lu' ; Company are now fitting out
"fI a +riirommon nHe'iJ tern! I"irrto I attiH
I, those laws and iatUuiun\., put with the abuser ibn hat..inn M While we, botitid in our watery girdlr dition far the Missouri mountains, and longer period, and our corn fields
w"ost liberal J spirit ,ttd the bend waters of the river
hasprtmi ( vet antit Collarado.
] utla
is mete dust pruhaf k and inkMf imdrr tW debts in would be much bent-fitted
; which listing in
: ny
1, \nacrcaAJT't'thl'Cl1. ,,. ... .be.. among the 1'iut ..he"a.. l ma r.{iti. hf an Iridt.. U's, *al.*r and :.rows have invlvrtl .There, are it i is said, ntntty steamboats.AOKlCULTUliAL. the stalks grass. Sec. to rot during the
traffic t fprn"t 't. .1. -1';..( un I |...,!...., -.,pet *.*.;. it roils. ..r tei.tr as, hair no otttrr reMHurre from which H..i..i..SlI- -_1Lt. .I"-.utr., : wmter instead of remaining till ,
.A lit tyc persons of fellow a. l r. t =pr spring
yur creauiixs astir "
: 1 its jut character and dt" igj)4- The port &tuiri"Jf' 1kHu.i. to support, oar c. scqtttfte thin our I which i is the usual practice. Much benefit -

;L V don; and xvc cannot but oft CuUG..ittr appuiMai, har ..' ititelkt tul wealth-the Irgacirs left us might be expected to follow,from
express centuaucj Gewial nuwiiMrti I'aulo by the gi *rra*. bards COTTON I
anlf4L hopes that nut >< 1i4lJ; bpffdity fallow w hutiuraHf \ndt""ic-e-p drBt afihr department old' ,n timr, and,the neat crop ef poetic Sbt.o Draw C.utw.uldfurntahu s.o.J decayed vegetable matter from our
n't evanipto, !bur that thc! 'day is i'e Cuttdi am ra,fewnliiii at San. bu.dSlh.,ate pnmtinic ta de
not !
IWf .. 4intt
\ fax distant when: by the general \ Thi p| irntrmlirace IIlH'tlUiil1nJi r and freshness. Of .t.IJ. 'It 6.tt'4rrnIBOM (4Ilt. new lands, let the same time be cm-

i currcnce of all civilized nations con this tha, the \\rvvm-et Itf Santa Mar these we hate perhaps been too vain, tree sovTIica t rttx1OTa pled. in conveying the top soil front

detcsidlle traffic shall be pronounced uettuard.CatlhagrtiaIjfiMju. to the and too ready ton under that the belle. M Inclosing for the sake of rearing our V99df to our old fields, as has been

e' to be,p'.ruical, to lie an otll'iicc against t at bttlidad i ticHeralI. .M\'tItJlb,rniding knees flU m t teen suddenly and sac vegetables to entich'the earth, is the alluded to by Dr. Black, of Delaware
nuruin .
t ,f
commander ce illy cnkitated in the
all human kind, which all arc ,'utitledout ,in chief of the among the stumps mode by which the greatest quantity of American farmer. Upon our
bound by duty,tr> buppttrss. that pruunvcof Santa Mar and Indian own fields of receat tettJ atmospherical manure can be infused sea shores the salt marsh and mud ts
Colonel Jose
V VV That from thc gratifying contemplation lacy Carrrnomil. menu, or amidst all the efTervescrneeof into it with the least l"bor"-TGi'* successfully used by our planters. In

of the zeal maiiifcAted boy i the Jtii- Mattha.gotermtr He otter trutinre ofSanta politics and legilati in a hew bora ./rf.r. urging the advantages of the use of

ted States to promote the cause of hurnauity bit i* chosen tl in cwnxtjurmeof empire. This gtoqnd of superiority CAarteatan June st't, 1321. clover to aid the enclosing system, it is
bravery :at r capture of that I seem fast rrcedtnif, and ),. tlcktton observed that the of
we tutit with feelings of the town. we are now tap root the clover -
most painful disappointment 1'rauce, 'baco is Colon Lara, residing; at Tur- byabutidaat candor atoning for ourpast Whatever diffcrtnce of opinion ex also advances the intention of the

by somd of whose subjects the Slut al.rmut..1 commander itt chiefoftlieiiruviMccuf arrof :'. Could }ou beKrte that ists among agricultural writers, as respests inclosing system in several respects,
Carth *
11-dc'has been for some time carried 'I Cordyra i is second in iprna. Colonrl it is now the universal fashion to admire they. *///flr*, it is agreed by iy piercing the earth to a considerable

jti twin unprcccdintcd tent, alougtlicvhoc General command American genius, and with theeaceptioa all farmers that covering the surfaceof ;depth appertures ur pores"are created
' ducre, was to I
superertlr fen- of for
1" of Scott' incomparable noItIt. I the earth from imbibint! and$sinking deeper
thc the injurious great-
4nt western coast ol cral \'tlde. CCiL l iil' effects _
.. . arrtteammandsnr lla n> I* lHtth ... .ulM'k _
.Africa and whose - m i .. _. _'>t I of me summer quamuy 01 aimospnencai ,
flag;nut only! protects t uivistun oi tile ---oy --- ''k month, iron some vr- manure
late '
." their qwn subjeru in their criminal entcrpric ( Detcraux lien.Jen. n 1i'h. praised and admired as the Sketch gttubte muter, and restoring to. the so well drfendrd by toe tfittctf tfthf tuft,
1 but procrediff to Cu- Book and Knkkerbockrr, which all same this substance and the friability thus communicated
scrvcs lo proiect the sub c uta and hailed previous to its eulnvMt
,.1 jects al4u, of other powers who. engagein ti with through the co Utt- reading people here have now discov : is one of the most beneficial U* the soil, affords a most happy facility
) tltrgreaiestentttusiasts.
this! Grn. rrrd lo be a treasure of wits humor and modes of to the plough for in its
commerce, but whu ate preien- Mr; Grvjfor McGrrgor renewing its fettitity. The turning vast
': ted by the vigilance of UHUsli cruiz- I colony Wet funhitig sound reaMMitnfC, aDd keen, yet good author of Arator has so fully iltusjtra-' bed of vegetable matter." The cotton
the Mu
,. errs from finding any .lichei! under the Indian King on *<|uiUo Shore, thc humored Jat ft'. The style t" is at* ted this branch of practical agriculture : plant, white young and tender,and sow-
ceded ,
having him
It )_ a vast louedto'callfaultkssesecllcnce' ed a* 1 have
fta0ts of their own eountt ies. tck ; totally that I am aware any observations recommended, appears to
$" rritury, wuicir be las parcelled out to free of the Gallicisms hate claim
and meretricious I could offer would be deemed every to these great fciii-
: In the dispose his couuUymen. He ha* O'lIUhC1lt.lhich occurred superf'ous. tics for improving the soil and 1
too In the
\\ajsand means for the current contracted in America for Southern States, however. ; cannot
.-,. j' year, offered by the British Chan"! fcc. 1 Ie sailed from Santa saw Martha mills, frequently in former transatlantic pro- I much doubt if any bt the kinds of CAneievc why amts of young colton -

vellor of the 1 Exchequer, is an item ol' thc lath nltima. on dttctions. The purity of its anejkism ttvrtr can be advantageously l employed ,from eight to sixteen inches high,

half a million sterling, paid b'J"ranec. Thc Colombian Gteternmefit forrxcerds what is frequent among in the mode so much extolled in the should not when veil buried in the

., as the list instalment thc U.iQOOu/( guaranteed thc fif' had! ourselves. This. with impression Northern States and, from recent in- earth, produce: the same beneficial effects

'' !f' franks which she was amerced in, contracted by Sir payment fill debts left by some 1f'Jt'nt'bliDdtdmenun, formation it appears, that strong fears tu. thc Mill as the closer, which is

I' VV in IRIS, to remunerate Great Britain the government. Gngor,'In aceuattluf .bo have stetted us within the last few are felt tfm mar fail even there, from so much approved of in England: and

for the of the fears, bate brought about a wonderful some our sister i st t'ith reference to
-r i'Xpen.c war occasioned Accounts of tile of deficiency m the clover from causes
I by the return of Buonaparte froth Elba. Lord Cochianc and capture Urn. San Lima Martin by i "evolution in public opinion in favor of not fully understood, which have the idea of convening the trash and top

.s' ;-It appears that the large sum (we be. 'lid bran received at Santa Martha, our grand\hildrrn of the new continent. induced their (ambers to turn their attention ,r soil front our wood lands, being ftrifn-

lieve fifteen millions of ranks which from Panama Mr. Markmiie (Henry) who i i. to this subject. A writer from able to clearing new lands,I hope it will

s France was compelled to pay to/thc at. chr. from Porto, by Cello.thc arrival. of* mall still the most litrly person t meet with, North Carolina in.the American Farmer not be deemed too theoretical since T

lied powers besides the expense of the Jt-fcv 2We and by far the most eloquent and pleasant has recommended our common presume the greatest objection
learn from
"tt army of occupation, has nearly all been tha,that the baialHuns of liarbacoa Santa Mar at with me a good while the other Cow Pea. to be sowed broad cast, anti plan l must ?*e its difficulty, and I tstc

paid by her, without any sensible dis Satttandc, faut embarked from and day, as indeed be often does lie talked in the fall, />rr frost, to be ploughed think that the same time and-

f. tress heihg experienced by her citizens. San Uiutiavrntuie, for Cape "rmC'rica as a most magnificentand in deep. Thi plan in put, has been voted to this business, tliat it require

j -Doit. Cent.S join the forces CJoya jull, to wonderful country, and expressed often pr fiwd.w hh successupon lands: to clear and prepare new I lands, would
there and
I attack
Quito, hit hilmiration tit .**
stir vi. wor" insure netter aim a
crops preservation
intcnticu rue
vatat state
on diflcrcnt! points. in our ; :ana itl
BUri'ALOE, (N. V.) July 31. .a tie ooternmeni **One person, and one thinjc in Dam- lam I eortrttly informed, was UAnIhh of much timber, which Is now a scarce
oi Has
The American Agents, SU""C'ors led to Gea. Uulirar that Chili stun- fries I man tell V KI of, the person is considerable advantage, to ensure a article upon many of our old settled
a 64
and party, cmployTd' in running the and two brig of war had said gun to eruixe ship IJtftll'. Jean, and the thing Ourn'a .1fnumetrt. w: good crop of oats* bv one of our mem- 'plantations.

boundary line bet"'eeta'this country and off Cape San tlcuuatcnturc ; for the' : before, Jean, whom t knew.lightly ben! rtohJrt'n\\ Lowndcs Esq.) Your paper of thc stir "r April,con-

the British possessions Canada, un purpose of intercepting notwithstanding the cloud on upon his farm near Charleston, some taincd an interesting article relative! to
tier the 6th article t>f the Utaty of from Old Spain. some flee carir fife does credit to her busy ago. 1 have: some objection to hemp Being unarqnamtrd with its

Ghent, armed on Saturday last, at bands choice and to hit memory. She he: use of the Pea, not hoever, from r mode of culture, and plan of saving

Black Hock, in the schooner Hannah, The following particulars of the i. a person of utrang plain sense and an any idea of its not answering,but from I its seed a few directions upon these -

'a having completed the surveys tinder cruize of the U.butcs,ichoooer excellent heart, and by her patience in the disposition planters have of ta- l points are requested from the writer

that :1rti ic. UCUL btoctlonf on the Alligator adttrsity and modrration in her btpf'Olpetitr. link frwn the earth every thing it yields :especially as respects the distance the
i V We learn the surveyors will be engaged Africa, are rcccited from Boston coati as writ as her general ron- us in the shape of grain-and the writer plants should be apart in lich land!, the

for several necks.in the neighbors ** The U. S. schooner : duct has son the good will of ally > alluded to, fully bears me out in this proper time fur saving the seed, and
Alligator, in Ier .
[ hood of this place in completing their quarrcntine is last from Sierra Leone l urratire two sods in India have attained to co"rlu i,". He recommends a certain al.ft for cutting the hemp.A '

maps, .ac after which a meeting of the whence she sailed 26th May. She ha situation, and allow her be portion of the peas to be gathered,and COTTON PLANTER.F.rrrnNee .
board, for a final decision them two hundred a Her I tear if
and I. the-land
report captured,manned and ordered produced a good -
for Cos- house crop
under this article, will take place in ton,besides the Young 1 ugcne armed, simple' is neatness a perfect m leis< dd math ofgood'tavtc & o'f Peas, tnev would all' be picked oft. Farr min g.-M r. John Meeker
Utica. mLtmhI'd
three other schooner, the Eliza, Ma- but it is thr house and some of thc stock upon the plan of the town of Tully, advertises
We with much same which he
anticipate, interest ildi and Ution would consume the best of
all that
Daphne taken in the nhabUrd. His 'fellow part he will pay c.&h to have GOO} .*res
\ tin publication of thc correct ,,and Congo rhcr. Thr Eliza had nv ,lare, stern the namr'if H'trn's citizens have the vine I must further conclude, of grass cut and made into hr.Uisr.
i strrrt 1ft that that the rr+
rrtat.ir.rrptarrl: not ii said to <*ontajn1 ane$.

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.- -- .nine corp and tlraj? on* that I hate at ttrtf..rJlThi monaiag-, (saes r, Set. 4 .(,41 It u fjrtltr erJarJ
Q l1 Atln present ; and beside, thus vil! be ( inulled > tLe Wash ton Gazette.the M ult.) That the board of medical censors before -, i Z,1 mA!,) L13: Q '
---- nir a competent neon and at the appointed time, the DeW Cattedbutes the -
-- ntiS1l'lT: ut-n 8. entering on duties of their of
\ from
>, p:sspott the new L'aptatla-Cmnerel. schooner-- wit introduced into Lie shall take the following oath: tote \\iILt.l>c presented, tHIS 1V- ,
\Vc publish this morning without to proceed the day r.Uuwlftt to tier destined elrmenu in the East? dmintstrrtd by the mayor of Ptnsaco TT r NINO SAaktfleart' admired
*.,'l'fI' fur the mail in continence of. ,Vera Cruz, on Jny toyajjr to Snaiiu Branch, accompanied by a salute of artillery Ia.-H'Vt do solemnly swear that all j Comedy, of
'<..; ar"ai),-etncnl of thc Pofct Office* .11 J.caing to the care of the Mid S 5or from the Yard, and the national applicants for license to practice medicine CTnert.ln \\\Ol
:ard"to arrivals and dcpanurts--Or; Xovela, with. all thc necessary authorities air of Yankee Doodle.*' from the and
w. marine surgery in the city of Pen To conclude *ith the Farce, of
,."n an! nrhtwurb'sI! J ,ulrsrrihrtxbilali , .to take such ordet any l tntkcne band *Uti"twd cm the forrcasile of sjeola saall be examined without favor, \ '
!l lose nothing lit' the change, au> .'* h arran etttenK a 5 will ittCorr thc(bc Lttttrd States sloop iVatock. She partiality or affection, and in mr reports uuvMagutauu
".ii; sloe them an extra, should! wMu 4xtc 1 public sutler and tr alh.:!itjr. AM id tu,k the water m fine sul I> and the to the board of hralth, *,e will _t.'f"particulars_ _see bUs.J
.,.1. C.ill'; "f the 1111.: \urtb. the lto"- with%>irt-i*'the of ts's! rv ivii, to act in roacrM toast prrfrct bvoy M, %. S.utiulrn'hI!strictly set forth their medical qualifications S.'a ATO '\C T\0\ '
atfburitie* of this kingdom *tf highly fraiified wiih her firure.drafted . and moral character to the best t
n the 14th inst. at the subscribcr'J.I 4
rrclrsis"tit al. chit and ,
military. ( b> Mr. kftHd.oCNeir York) of our knowledge and belief.
Tic.; l tiii1*' ;tat' Schooner) Porpoie,{ '' :;w-
.. O,t. J.me. lUmajBs came to anchor f "\' flai"tte .f 11Vaeryl., u IK'I taps burtbeti, gill mount J. C. BRONALGH, Bbls. flour; ';
,H :,.,v. i n\.' on M'*naay>last,hating been : Auuit twcntytlsird.iMi'OTA'.T.. ten gun*, and carry *o mm. Thistes* 'V-'M/ror Mytielen & Pmt. B. JfttllA.Attest 48 do. corn meal; 1
,,:/r,\eA\o a quarantine of .fourteen I k'I>.w namnl thti r*./completes -D. SHANNON, Sec'y. 6 do. peas and beans, ;
J.1U.'fht'' *>ffi(*r* and crew MC are 4: the fete recently uathonsrd by f> gtcs' 8 boxes candles. ,
j'J1to: 1t.area no*. s*njoj net'feet health' .*t. c,tu' paper testswines a p 'vc.to be 'ill. n .V jor Gmeral 1xe.t. /jfjcjo.v, JOHN GARN1ER .lutt. '
..wt/the lUVUHlttlitlKO 01 not oar ftewC4M Ira t ut tt al a Pretleu.ti Itf ttah-pWei I Giroern.r ff thr jtrrrMcr.s.f ttr J./orl. : Sept. $. it
uf f'**'*' hating! {;urcurtwd on.hoard n'eir1 a utter from HBVMM. Ii1 an:' IIEU.tt wa. on hoard -::S.schr. J*.,rr+rtt tf Ar j*...*.. tftkt :./ .'' For Havana or INew-Urlejins- .
after( their arri\al at Ilarratica, .,tn- arrival l laM l'\rtt Atf.seer b ... 1'-rpoi*t', J..rrM CM. hsq.MirMr '15 tir"u?Jl.tad VA, JattiiJvat V. '
:"<;\ l'I'ij4Jf ur tlsg sllulsiity of cur importatit iulefigracr4 that dispaschrn ,| <*r that easel tp /*/.'! 0\111..\ ;,I., j were rr.rived at the Ulaftii freesia Ma i i In recording the dt".h..r this jpmttrtiMfi sfturrreal tf the O trrit.. tf the 4 Df\VOlt, Henry J. Fintch, i
1 I,- -J. anfMN..d1lC..Ute! cimctinim hi.* brother oWn f.awl rcfraiM ..iJ/ ""..". rr.pettarelp..tN I I master hacingood accommodations. . '

;.;'rrf'turxc.-I'or ,1I"'ll'ar.ticoa- trraty brtwecu die C ,rt MM! SvUli from gating this slight testinioM"at ORDINANCE I, For freight or passage apply ;
t ". ,. in-. *''' cannot complin of our : .\m'rk ,N'n".idwlt"9fJ..r'e'or + r thru ne*fHcl and r't ?,.':< .,*.t..h!li>l mentj-The .present' mail ,, th" Americans in tkrwU auf indrrd, las the jircb d ,,':, hVt\'ceti t'ns+ plan and \ruhj j f "v<-"Im..n..-Thi* i% tbr eaIfIIt of rr and wV.1h"r tunas,aM IVasu." Pcr.sacola,_Sept. 8. -tf
i i., ,i i C;uv. is.'It.tl hundred and thir-i;:our it1armun, cad we am mlftJ.e stair 1 trfdor.a IIitat'\ITCH the cause ofmui' Whevras it is of tW first impoitance FOR 11.11".1.1
-. .M' Us, a ml we had. by ih? last ..iur.r w brncc it rtansen it mpm ft'tei 1 Tw the most ri fad to the health and prosperity of the city! The Schooner, "
. .' djte (f the 14th Au tt.;IVr'i \.',I.. '.";f t1r/Iaerd ik..b a..C'1I" j. of I'ersacola.that no persons but su h' L1" X* V C ,x
l'' ..j", :V-'uitf seventeen dajs. Ffe.t I. errs rte jr1***** him the lo,r df .H within a* art properly quihfied,and Ikcnsed, i eti la j O ,
,v ',. '\ ",'U for. the |treent, and !*< -j' .\ IH'W rmdaa adSrfrttm ttitt .the I tar ...:,rr* v :, ?u' Jmjte*- -'nil we mal be much L'ailyd.c, hat bWn appsiIlatod ;-iac rrod'e"C'd.,f' oatwrr ".iH the riot in tbr said city sand snrh hiving' will sail on or about the 1st of October. .
i,': "\'" .-It is lad the e U ..n j jf flay 1" t ;:wct.+ mister replae* Ue'a.1..1 at' 'UOl' hey .Itf1eallt' r, hem the law, in yarn plo.ine't's under For freight or passage, having .
( '<: Inl'-n: tr.i''. f.'OIU.lA point vtt the rH'f"" *1'V m-w it Din .1 di. tirtyr: i. .r..is slid i",p'rrd c. the late Gomnmeat of hpitn,) and in good accommodations, apply to Capt.-
i ,v .,.:< std, of our brs. thrau,;U tIw.I quiet d.\ttd..ana.. wlw 0tt a scrxiou ee.,4.iW.'rt end .. al lint ..is-ht. laMm rdrr to rsuiote all doubts resperttntg Del Barro* or to ,
I:,.,.- i .uatn, to thc sutleiiifMtt in w hrnHuieatt. the Iairmk. salary aerate the ....t" has kt a LiihfWi .rVJMI tIn powers of the Beard of Health, it I JNO. U JOS. C. KEYSER. ;
(, "I"! ,. w ;Uih f(*.n ealrttlatiun, OIL d\tilatrd: w.. tht. ate.t1w hi. *tlfr a kind b.'*..;. &ft4 hb i.thrHrttte Pensaeola. Sept. 8.-4t

t!!t; \ .,iven *,{, e ..;t'It'nn..tJ and well in- emir and appointed fad { arrii.S a i raieftil atwl .rV'tloft.1. I. OfW.itrtand declared that thc \.\\LE T.\"l-alt\ '
( ,!'',,,d j cr \1'iII. uiH teduee the dh- interim on tin- ions iuval .r tare wAm fir urns shunt a fern days, &af rr-rttrd tttMird .r Health'|ioaMss free power to
1', ". it'.,", t 1t',1t.ota \VaihiKtoi! it.......IJ,..,, ill IW at;..t wfis wl.;ch Im vi.*tiuadmt rrglte> the practice .f mnlieme in the .
< \.'. t'J '>nv i*'. -us.ad mile \Vcare tnmd Vf add ht. ;>d Vm ;. m City of Prnsartola.mew( to establish rules .'r 1 ...
!>_, vied limit."''. Ii,<*t from thcde rrtpt Tin lore Leers'. TrI J"JIr'\\.e-- addithmto Isis other tirtiKif -" twriwr lad rr nlaticms for that purpoie, and .
, .!i of t te !jun'.ry flees whit tkiht UU'J t'11' twr h\h tte laic i..btlC'CI with a s 'nsrf yru;;iOClill d.- grunt lirrttars t.smith prrstttis a* may subscriber, would respectfully p
,ljia"S.'fio'(a gjid ati.l jj<'rfcctij. prao 1J.. lieutiwa Jiufffr wre te4fMHB, ties at l< uM not his pirii has him he frsaa Nd .W.lifie t to ..i",. r"l"UE puMic notice, that he has o* 1
t .'.1.! MKJfin rust l m. IK- ma'j?. at the vommaa'tof a Trtpolluai weaSel srrs'itird in Mates Mr U.-rw of M just ). It is tarOrr (wd itied* that Dr. peered 1M above named house on the [
n.. mkulera'tU' i-\peu% I a* to admit which he bonded the tIw air men Mode pmrfct.-Cssrlr.nstarrd. t'', Hrjiltti Ofieer. awl D rtwrsi'.tti'rt pubic tCju: opposite tie theatre,his
.,. :-v* %U*r rou'ii i,.uig extended to.in Tripoli tii i oil. hgx Wftt vtfIS'rue "_. . .c-: : Ik' rfillr.the United States 'arcrimmodut'onn fur genttemrn and fat ,
'"'pl... ; MI unvifr t.ii Cuutrart,1uar of hit friend*, and 4cn f4tr4 with '\\a'\t\\\-' Jtx.: .\\. a tny he added to tix* Board of Hralth. [dirs he hopr 'ill r ht' thought itesirultle* '
:..1 !.u.J.h'}d nles sax's tMelltt Wit the trvphin of\lie 'Nary It paiULieutf t.' -. S.WL1.. Done at '..t. this 6th day of Koutfh stet wvtrnsice, He has a RoodMabhr .,
I" ?. .. A<* m.v' lut\ the Mail from atit Trippr.I'd. .k slid tae.r.eIlrttl"r-!1 i >)itT OF N t'ple'tft" I fI,". 111" feed for horses at hay or
L1 .(" antfl.m tilt I*,' .;cventa da '.- .jumjwdd ; r. huas4 to Trip I r ibl"i 1- t.n&U8. fSi..j AN11HEW \CSwSON. irrasa -Also a good HATH HOUSE* ]
T :' At d. not luau lu.'. aiiw ciiiM heh. !< ".- "by Mn''.hijM *nley Jour tlatit11.: HcJiooHrr Specahktivtt,John Hal, fags By the (.ofulIOr sGEO. where. r;l'-er hot or cold baths may betaken 1
'1,1 I"SO J to vxjK'i t ... d. Uut if our and nine; mew, d n tcMdb fell Vera Cntf.Sdt Wttrojr, Srt. ffttf Flir la.. at any time.
t. urn tot' : auval and n lit boat: fell uT.( katirig first reposed uilke He wilt mate eteganUten alley
?: i &c1 Batchelor, Ti. M. Pil, New The Board of Medical Censors will pin
i. '. lt41 is u.1..ul.&t, J uii, and that attack of thiriy-sla 4h. **" Orleans. meet at the health office on Saturday fomplrted in three days.
,, xuiv' ia aiit:c. &}'dtolac at Grit" un the .hisearite** the victory E. HATH WAY. J"t
.n r'.t."cm Schovwr; llar-kt. J.3l CIuod, MeWic.Sch the 15th inst. to rnami lLipptkanta j
,f. '1,, atti9itui ioU ''lo'I.U.lt ftt l'P teIt *t i'nietl ddutdfrlrnt ia1 ". oi cr Frolic hits DetauacyrNewUrteans. for license to practice ra diHne and surfer )'rpsacola. vSept. 8-tf :
; "'-llur ,"star, "c a"t'.t..rl'.t1t t ur, t t 1' 1'tipolilaM um s.- Those for license ,
l\u t Office Notice.ri .
l'uurtet of them wrtlllkd steed Utifta t .
a: r ); ) tuHtisk'tidit at.uur, u.. ds H.
.l n..lt. Stop KuJckror, J. rtach, Hanai.P will leave their name with the .'"
', '..,U i,Tl tt use tilt tytwo taken prisoners*seven fJhclaU HRmail will cl6se, this evening. ,
4 : .1JttUI. boat .ts !Mgrrv Mr. Stiles Lady and secretary to the heard ef health the day
I', 'u of tin* lone:, lW < arrymg toe t. 1''i'rch' wdUH ed. Dirt'fripttrivrd Ctttldfrti Miss (1I110f1.Irurs.. Con- previous to the examination. J nine o'clock, p. m. and hereafter:
in ,1'J '>v;H..en t't'114a.uja anti ;'C.'. UrI. ; .elettrn tsatbtn .1. Hell., MafpiaiiGuillr.th, Harmon,Mtthews --. L ---- etery Saturday at one o'clock, p. m. lit
I. .. t h r a slrasn itat t.dlnictihit toH "0"14' of them danfetwu*. The Wa'e Allen, Sprague and Porter.Srhooeer . t;. NICHOLAS, P. :I. "
$ .< **etuin WIt,..) ta: \\i.-tu.lirh "r iris sword bendwg, he eland with Jane,Germh,Petenburr+ Va. XU.t 'V Sept.. $. I
couimum o&li :'1 lit* :,tit'-Tonitt; and both f IL 'n" .. ' a
"h"itt. tilt M"t"'u It.'agrn-t n. '1'J Rht"au. i .r.- ) \ aluablc Property( For Sale.
f i-! s'd)>>ia4 ilet Ip"'C{ : .tid th. grtLis \ C- MiflLieutcnartt: .1' wfvttcd Iifiiswojd Prgramt ,*JUpb,\\ illuiin* 1'cndkust. s'abseriber his f f"HE subscriber offers for S3je and at A-'
from him and stabbed Mm rpIIE presents resf -
1: nIt ifiUlll Of tH- JJ.r, i f'>Ui'Ut'U if tit1. Hi '
Martin Mr. Twitchell Lady and Chi I'Maryhnd JL accommodating prices the .f1't.u.w.
i llt ic !ien." It is Ur.ri..C to 1ntrw Cds to the inhabitants 0& Pmavwt very ,
to .l. it. sifdU of t V nvt' ClI' t" ,. .
r.Ity 'u1.fr
.. . .._... ..... and "a and tefOrr't his LOTS No* 342* 34 h 344,
- t' dAt.. r. it . ... a a.... tt".t![el. $ : .r tdiiissg DisseK,Havana. --Pat- I *ninety ,. ,
i.idl f 346, SIT, 527, 3:8.33",336, 331.
afant art attd efcwr services in his profession as or
'.. . '.,.111." hrretmort J i otItI sUahtspirits .
., -> t fiiaStvr };cn ftaHcerA-) Mn Lopez, Tuit r, Partrkk | ALSO Twoery agreeably situated ,
B'lAT BUILDER anti all
linka. placed wUerc in va.rious
:". .. 1 lu I ink I'M! '..,11t.'r., where early ., u we Mr. Ruder****,Lady and Child. /AfA"/.OrANos.. 32 and 53-105 r
lit will be branches-and by his assi-
1. .til 4 it iii| >lcubt; i with jut in thU hope long Jrfternd.-' 'f'U.4 ilL"Se..JfJtHII' dioas attention to husinrts hopes and his utmost |feet front each, and 170 feet depth, ly. .
:.us AIM c. no v;t,vt't.on can at'i.e, if the 1 T.o Friends B. Montoine, tug south from the spring. For terms
p j; iisi tra4T ruut? U afl'ufUtd in adtft Thc, Columbus, ?4. was absent .1$ Ne. Orlcan endeavors to ptexsr to merit only and conditions
.>n to thc .'UlttllJ. i.'id Nu1t nit tjih and from a crew .f 800 rent ScliootterL'iiioHJoh Faherty, Mottle. such patronar at an experimental apply to P. ALBA. p
loser unit b ix, and two of thete bf caw- Lnowkdge will tkwrt'
.'utinuafd '-lIt SI furtuhktcut
we art
do Viuoire. A. do.
Hittdenberv, Pensacola tfA
lIe built in almost all of the Sept. 8- ?
of and has _
alit, :two others eonMwptMn, parts _
-:) 'd. trsfpum ;Aus.iulKlcnnek ee, do 'ruli(,I. Lwazaa,N. OfkransVT '
a.; f.um t"I'Rtiic tn 1:11I1dan- too by fever. The deaths by $k' : "Unit/d States* and has given general NY person wishing to purchase
in the small or- I satisfaction ; and has v!itrd this place wTsL the valuable of ferry '
1,1:, Wt' knuH ai:srs (om thc.newness were attonittrvifly peter a wretiHg of the Board of Heath privilege a t
(It -Ji.' .\la',4iiii- . ,. ',-u A ftM y<:"r1a I'urihcr in thr.'Kp annu4lly. Then a now .n The sick 6th of Sc t. in:I-It wait,ordained that come useful-ami at all" times will be t fox street to Navy cove may learn the. i
::.Client: yf p-opl',r' t'+.: ui1d me$f, lit srriuuily I ill, only l.e,. thee' b1.t' will hat tft'iifi.lur neielf .uific. consumption. 1.e Spaik WH ah.+ Mitr tilts tier wrdiNance of thr Board geed as to favor him with their euvWith JOHN H. CHAPLIN, -' .
.years; and frow a crew(eM ittmdttnf r Sept. P-tf Ilia.for tA ;
.+itiu*!lanocf of Health -rrlatm; the practice of firo/tnettr.
I' ttl 1e it an o';''j- "jilt the punt tic4 ,.n. lust only tevrtrteelif and nine *fdkitH'" and u po a mitt >on tr- respect, 1 an your obedient f | MIE undersigned+ bt'itagabout to deJL "
';. tnt',,' tri Semi they mail tnruugh: of thme bt rat valty,hearing sire 2.1itJID- big fonirl dolt' t| alifted to practice servant part for ten.Orlnns, offer for l5:
'r.: .:'T <' >;wdititiuil< '. al bs4 by iirknc** less Uiafi two. medicine and surges y and bring of correct JOHN. WILSON, sale,on Iccommodattug terms,for cash, j
0 ju'h' '*a"d, w f JH-IJC'" our readiestTiu'cwiM Tht<.t:fa IS speak highly to praised moral character, he licensed ac- Pensacola, Sept. 8-tf the articles on hand consisting of
aUus, !'H* let! uatrrLake the .rrext KripiiHe of Cent. IJaln. esreihigl P. S. He desirous of ruing into co DRY (;GOODS d.

- .mi, have .11' 1.' to Ncv Or-! bridge. and CapL f. awl Aeir .ff The foltowin* ordinance was then partnership with some gtntlenun of GLASS (*:SES.COUSTER ;
1 lea j iu t*entti<' fur hour*-;'nd iljf i cer*. :Th: p-rtalMl*.frcacm i tirade and unaiainwntly adopted by ibe some capital, or, to f.rm a company to k UTENSILS; -
1t I lean of v,. tot'I'I in tau_ trade unit.1 in w hich tin- hips oftae l"aia Stated hoard to"it.tx: carry on th hu"itie *. lie also will t'S.IJlbU'b As also :35O bis. of flour in store. .
are i* much to the praKe of Acsen a Blacksmith Shop, as there is
,yin' nioie than f'>ur Javh (ions punt: kept ORDINANCE MARTIN PALAO.
", 'Ii i 'it*, 'h would not suffer %j a tkr ttotrd l/fttik a gentleman who came on to this part
t ;j'< .t. Httrtfus, y I* t'.c route i* 1Cy Of f farther is rt- Sept. B-It .
a'titi: ra'''k' aw licu: HI; Jukes, bavs. .om|, tisoti .n this respect vitl the gnats ikf firact.tr tf M-dittr gad of the country with him who is equalto -
t'ii +j"' ., s. and tin- "'Mun ud ui taii,.; ho '.ol of our best fanners2toM *MfTJf lit sir City f PtHHttt, tffjfttiittlg an* in his prvfaston, and will be E sousigne et&nt sur Ic point de _
thankful all for heir J
U.".. 11U r it't'd' m..!" //rcwrtj'rr. .rr tt firrvrnt I />MI/- to patronage J. S.: t\. J turtir: pour I la Nouvelle Orleans .
I 5 IK' s'"". m boat ilk !.-4 t', .1)Ote. hat .. nli.i the ftmUk, trlmJttftif I offre a vendre, a tns bun .com tc pour ti :
t. ::1 ',tills! in Sn York, taJ uii ire A.MEH1C\N I I1XAMPLI5S. gum /or der mil rye at art slit .1' S. I'araiantierkJ.IJllaery du comptent,son fond de boutique,tonststant ,
'.... s'It., lU'-,;jhe 'ifi i vJ'JH'r. botttm.x.d.r''ijVvneiland Little did 'any of that gallant bated, ,..ItJl'fi.SC'f' A VE opened an office or Bnottin. enMARCHAND1&ES_ -i.r' I j
i tomplet'-ly rii,ged who (L"|mbed with Mpntgomer}.atQueW 1. /free .r fjfnr4, That if any U A& -where every transaction \n\ SECIIES ;
f. ,jing!: -She is intended for a trguu- ;,, dik'4in of any such rt..rd a* the person or jwr on shall prescribe or their line of business shall be attended ARMOIRESVIT( EES;
tot' hat kit tcttcren Pettstfola and few ftt.lOM IJIJJ t administer medic ae or attempt to with promptitude ant precision. Particular COMPTOIR et USTENCILES ;
0'''.!)'? ,by the way of tile. niter ; am 44 T1Iri"| e.rf..--It must be a source practice surgery in the City of Pcnsa- care will be bestowed on shipping Plus 350 hauls de nine en magasm.MARTIN > .
It'f' i -isstm-dfthat on the track, mar' of *atij..far Iml' to every American, that cola (except in his or their own family business* inasmuch at they hart PALAO.Septemhre .
nrf: out. kin ,-ill near be out of night knit klw s.\c".igM elr Europe arc laKritito ., ).without preciously hating obtained lie "*'Ia.,.:.ron /rw Il*.. smith, 8--It ,
w W,thu tendering the passage per- \ | cxtin. ;'ursly the .smoulderiu, a license* Shall in each ease pay the sum rt,. etlmf ftIInl.r ftrfki. tort f o. 4111- fV\\c Custom lltmsc '
1. home which .' of dollars half the of ,
tU! sJi-. flame vt' ctti tl ailithtcdup fifty one to use m+mmtr tbfmtttire eta Cfcua
\\', could enlai jjc on this subject, #by the American retolutiott j I the informer* the other half to the use /, ,,. IS for the present opened at the residence ,
Lc' d"'tlim- it fur the prrsml-we arc a Mcxifkh artist, under the immediate: Itf the board of health, to be recovered Contracts contallatlondocuments of the deputy Collector, onI
Ncinj; information, and Mill publish j>atrot\agr of the court has perpetuated ., in an action of debt* in the name of the of all kinds will b* by them prepared I I the extreme left of the public square, ';
va We r.'n procute.the in .tnarblr owe of the greatr entcrjm ., board of health, before any justice of in any of the three languages now used I 1 fronting the harbour. Hours from- 9 . ,.

the Brit! Marjlatid, II day from honorable to the feelinjr* of the stainan ..' thereof and he or they so offending from or into the English, Spanish Sept. 8- -tf .
hr laratia.. vc (learn that recent ofHcial ', tlun crrditable to the liberality ol upon conviction thereof shall or French. NOTICE. '
**j>itfh4 had hero received there from the Crown I'rinee, that amongU Otc stand committed to o.ommon jail To warrant to the public. whose patronage LL persons are hereby fof brd ere:- '
\" ,. & their ,,ain until the same be paid. of \ -
I Cruz, but were not publikhctl'x they solicit correctness f ting any buildings of tresspasatng '
which ctrcuMutiit.ee it was i>dicVf tner., i bee 2. ,n, it farther .rrf*,:irt/. That their operations they inform that their t in any manner whatever on the trtctaf
<5 that .th patriot forces had stlrcCeCtt furtive monument of the Montgomeryfamily. there shall established a" Board of establishment is mad* infer the txrrt b land lying between the Bayou at thc ,:
\\> obtained the Ha\ana (ib"nIRtnt It consists of a Genius supporting .I Medical (rnsors," which far the present / f r*f s* tf Ml "*rrHttttMr lower Block House at Pensacota, and ,
Gutttc of thc 25d ,ucsust, ; Mother, who is lamenting else '',.l! (' nsist' of the resident physician c.*rrw.rtMr />.rides; wad flat Bayou Chico and belonging to the t

btLat'(' oral time for the following to- premature death of a son. This son., of Pensarola, the health olTVrer they art the **ty .vtrn Mlfrrr/'r_ heirs of Juana Sutton. . .
t!''\%e "'ill procure further translasa we know',u be < en. Montgomery, who I and Dor tors Dliott and Merrill of the Ikfjfr blare the fatted Sneers Court ANTOINE HENDENBURG,
and ;i\'c in our next. fell in the attack upon Quebec, mad. United Hutrs army, who shall examine the scan before the C* tty Court tf I For himself and Me other Heirs
[Translated for the Floridian.] by the Ameiit'an forcfSt under the command Into the medical qualifications and moral BtttJa' Both have long been in PensaeoaJ[ St'pt. B.-tt
Mexico July s. of that officer. This production I chart ter of all applicants for Ii. practice similar what they announce IISC-cui'Yt'OR "
J I f freely surrender the military and U from the chissrl of Uastrom, wh I erne and rrpor\ in writing to the themselves for, they trust to be able to J ( & Co.HAVE .
!'tic*! 'Jicrnmcnt of these king; i j holds in the north of Kuroj the samej wart of hralth all those wm m they satisfy the persons who swill employthem. arrived from New York
does in thii deem qualified to practice medicine a fresh supply of SHOES, a- ,
rli at the respectful petition presentr .t'tanding"hit j :. Caa'*va may I .
to "'f '.y the officers and expeditionIP !i south lie was the pupil of the eels' and sorgvry who shall thereon be The office i Ion the great squire opposite monj which are '
t wps, thc same lcing called (ut.1''bratcd 5>enrl, also of Saeilen who i ii, licensed upon pjyingto the secretary to the old government house. Gentlemen Morocco,. Erse and coarse '
at the of taKeand t tat arm of SredolUrvSw. Pensacola Sept. -.tf.Cltcu ROOTS .
idie lundv <.f General Francisco dc chanter style in *- l|>lutr, %lilcli II, 3. RritSmriktrCirdaiitfdt Thai Vu\ S\e. Ladies kit Boots and Slips, Morocco
wtla surrcsfully fallowed by Trfp-. U be recommended to his excellent} and leather r
the snlc has
upon condition that beret *
trough the SchalThauscn, tanner of Tjtol,,'the (;o\rmor, to commission as members Circus will *>soM on Thurs MIsstsSndCftildrcnsdo. ,
means of the ofiiccm pell, THE
Uu tl1f ,Jus1llt"n of, Ilratttl and more reeestlj. of he board of health, Dr. Voor- at In o'etoek,iftfot previously Together with Shoes of all descriptions
: thattfm,' family entition, mecurity Cano 1aTtttrhaldonanl f.h....'t':bC'n. .i4hH o7i er, and Drs. taints k AId at private _'I'. for sale oppositeiohmGarnicr's '.
''d" ljall !w iiiaranmi by .,. 'Mrit'.: t- t S. ifr* a. w cpt. 8--ft auction storv.. 1'ensacola' Sept. 1. tf .
retaining the troops of thr ma.!-c ', gl( \ '"
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'; -- pence in read/cash,contribute. his FOR SALE, FOR SALE, e Sc Yt.'r uats '

POETRY. share in conversation. Women,on the stated ofdirTetent sizes;. 'CG4I41L1bIfri' DERC11d. "
;, contrary, are always both ready and bale> ahd aboutFeet
From the LoulllQRQJldttrtiarr. Iml. in Government siren, fron* p"llifoZ alter, 6fi/t nite the Covnas
willing speak. Women have a most the ap( (i \ ILL faithfully attend-to i '
STANZAS. graceful way of talking about nothing, ling the vacant lot between 1 Scantling; f% sincss: entrusted them.any

There Is an hour of blissful feeling, which men in their wisdom, esteem house of Mcn. Miebelett k Marx. Apply to They Aave
The situation U one of the most eligible \VM. SALfrONSTALL.Ox a general attaru
We know but once, and never more;; beneath their power. The French ladies mint
'Tis when we hear In accent stealing, are pre-eminent in this art,and af in the city for a gentleman'* "rtsidmce \\\\t8 muV\\\ovna, ; Looking Glasses qf
;. A tale of love first whispered o'cr. and perfectly convenient for the ;
ter them the Irish ladies hold the molt Wanted-apply as above. Hard, '.
of business. The house is nettspacious ) C
7 When that pure/brcast each hope hat. distinguished place. It is absolutely man and complt'trl16nilhrd,and Pcnstcola, Aug. 23 -tf.LAW Jat nned, ( >
marvellous to listen to two si.tmho
'! bounded Tin k C ::
nOOKS &c.
i.j To our embrace is first inclined ; have been parted for three weeks edl- pro'idith every necessary commodious appendage .. Earthen, ) P
: The > houses are ROWNS Civil Law
When loft we hear, our name first L fyineacbothcrwiththcirmntaalstoresof > Shoes ;
} sounded' intelligence, of which their brother there is an excellent well of wafer 1 Blake's Chancery, Brushes of all kinds *

+ Like the murmurings of the wind. would hate disburdened themselves In in the yard, and a,good garden adjoin Phil'p' Evidence, Windsor and Brown Soap;
will immediately ;
one tenth of the time." ing. Possession be given Vate** Report
i When first the eye of humid pleasure, to the purchaser. The prenu-- 2 Setts American Speeches, 2 l*. Crackers: ;

Is beaming with the melting soul, Y. \\. xisiuvr & Co.HAVE es which will be sold at a great bargain Phillips' Recollection of Curran, I.oaf Sugar ;
i' When first the swelling:bosoms measure= rent: at six hundred dollar per annum. Brandy ; .
RECEIVED, Schooner Phillips Speeches,
Is I love's control per Snuff an< For John ;
speaking powerful trims aprly to M'Gonegal at
from Philadelphia, and Memoir Napoleon,
Combs of
the house,or to f 1. Bifclow at his office, every description ;
From that short hour a ray of heaven, arc now opening aa extensive assortment I St'ttot"'ranklin's'orb, Playing Cards
1f Shine thro of ofwhich next door to that of the Ftoridfan.Petmcola Late War in Canada ;
brightly alapsc years; Christy Letter, Writing,
And seems a cheering vista givenTo (!)CX!: ID A a :. alL-tt I Sett (Goldsmith Works 5*. And other articles which: will;he paper soleion

ia t. 5 guide us in this vale of tears. }) '} \tt\\\t; \.Ut'1TC.JUST Brvckenridge's South Amcrica,2v.Humboldt' moderatetetnrs. August 18.-tf
with their former stock will be
- 'Tis a pure spot of sunshine gleaming,I found worthy the attention of those RECEIVED, per Kltoonn Brrckenridge'* Nest History Spain of the war, /Vnaro/a, stugmt 13, (821.ERSONALLY .-
O'er a dark horizon of woe ; ,from Philadelphia
1 Still fresh on memory's tablet beaming wishing to purchase. They offer far 1 Sideboard Bancroft's Life of Washington.Gillie's ) appeared Ransom '
t sale,for Cash or Cotton, Greece, 4v. j Hotel!, before me George llshr.
iI When all clouded here below. 2 Do?.* ;
2 Sett Newman Spanish Dictionary one of the justices of the of
Of pleasures: tho' we have our portion, \Jj packages dark and light checked, 15 Bedsteads; 2v.Do. Escambia, and made: oath irr dur rUlm.
black and w!lute,striped and fancy Dining table ;
And bask in many an hour of bliss Batrctle's do. do. that about Iwo or three days ajo. c 'nip
,, We ne'er shall feel that pure emotion Prints; Breakfast do. ; to his possession IRIin '
Atlas IJ.\
1 do corded and Jackoncts Ladiei work tables !tee Vc Y
pink ,
7e a
Our hearts have known, in hours Chalmers Discourses MARE, about fourteen hat tis liigli,.nj
like this. JULLtN.tt new and clcganl article; Apply to
Bibles, about nine years -!Id, which act, ..
1 do tattin hair cord and WM. SALTOXSTALL.X. re
... t stnpe, ,
MISCELLANY. checked Cambrics; B The furniture ran br examined French and Spanish Testaments, i is a stray, no brands: pert r'nable she is

1 dot sattin stripe and checked pink,j on application at Fisher' Tatern.1m. fee. kc. kc. ALSO, :a natural trotter.
t IJOtROY'S'IET.ILJC Sworn to and subscribed
E. M. the
THE LADIES. blue and lilac Ginghams; September date clay :and
RASOR STRAPS abote written.
I We extract from Cam/ibr lltothl I do superfine Seersuckers, newest ,
y TvrttctaUVtttaoti HANSOM
Acknowledged to be far superior to any .IIOV1XL
Jatagafnt', the following rather eq guitu, pattern ; GtORrtR FISHER, J. P.
before used in for
t cal defence of the fair CK. It is 2 do ; k I super Steam Loom Shirting .tablished themselves at ever our country* -
doubtful whether the author cither merits *; L, tender their service sale,low for cash,by \\" 'e\\\ & FosUr7HAVINt
[ ,or will receive any thanks for hit 2 do Irish. Linens assorted. to the {ublic for the transaction ,, 2S : : commenced business: ia:

left handed compliments. The assidu I do colored & black Canton Crapes; of I p. -tfof tender their semccsasg

., ous courtesy and modest ret crcncc
the writers has 1 do India LetattUnes assorted. who favor with
early English turn uperccdcd them consign SENT JESSE T. WRIGHT : Commission 3IerchanN.
t\ \ we are sorry to say,in modettitimes S do domes'ic Shirting k Sheeting*; menu may ml assured that every effort I of RusvtlUilte, Kentucky, to I They will make liberal'advances on consignments

.. # by an unceremonious, forward 1 do do Stripes k Chambray' ; will be exerted to promote their in- New-Orleans on the lath day of June, when required, and oxcarts
a and sarcastic familiarity.-arlcion I do low priced India Mutlins ; lerr U those who
be honor
with money and letters of credit, for may pleased: to them
K, Courier. I do Bombazrus assorted. N. 11. They will particular attention with '
pay the of Goods and their confidence, that strict punctuality
.. purchasing
We shall 3 do J, a, r, k It Rose! Blankets of COTTON and purpose
a not at present enter into a I ; to thedispusal transacting other business. Said will he obserml, and etcry ex-
,; formal refutation of all the ralumnie 1 do Osnaburgs cotton Bagging; other country produce. Wright has absconded,without attending ertion used for their inteie t.
which man,, in the lordliness and vanity 1 do London Pins S..1. I, 4| k $. Nfttr+ Cr'I.
instructions him trove sox SAtE,
to ta1.ingwhh
'I'. .. of his heart, has poured forth agkinsthts I do Umbrella gremt> k crimson; Messrs. Jacob Peabody k Co. Boston. my
fairer= half (but we do heartily ,*'is h' 6. do fjentiem'tt.*. fine and imitation Samutl Math, Ewj.} New-York. the mon y>. He is a portly young man, IDC) bl),. Whisky t "

t that all such offenders may be brought Bratrr and boy' Hats ; Leonard Janis. Etq. Baltinore.Mr of 28 or 30 years of age, black hair 50 family flour direct from the
and whiskers a scar on his forehead
"' to speedy and condign punishment f.tlr I' do mock stall high k tide Combs; "n. Stoke k Smith, Petersburg, Mills i
# bad when he Kit frodco.t
which purpose we recommend, iur>' Superfine btae and bUck, second and Virginia. flug.IL.ti'i. on here, a gray 65 u mess and prime Pork ;
: and pantaloons. Merchants Shop, ** *'
of hew Cloth 25 Beef
matrons to be impannrlled.) Tlir ; ;
15, however, one accusation, hieh rrCornparrf; lag, bandana and real ma- ;\\01\\I'OStt and Tavernkeetxr n are cautioned against 30 Shad ; .

really too unjust to be p4,>trd over i in d.a. handkerchiefs ; I RE..CVEC1.rULLY offers his sera. him. Having; been raised in :a IO kegs Lard ;

silence, and we shall therefore. **;t. Mark, cnmbattxxt and | damaik as Land Surveyor respectable Commercial Home ofLjnchburx. 10 boxes Cod Fish ;

t word or two on the subject of fetus Silk, do. i he can produce indisputable testimonials ' Va. he is welt calculated 5 Hhds. Sugar ;

1 : constancy. Imitation madras k printed Cotton,do. of hit qualifications; he will for business and capable of imposing 8 Barrels Porter;

.;. Fickleness has been an imputed f.. Wlute and colored bordered Cratai*- also act a* conveyancer, and draw instruments upon any person. 20 Boxes Lemon Sirup

i male fault from the time of I Iorbi,..d Brittanias ; of writing with neatness' and TAL1AFERRO RENO. Chewing Tobacco;

\ long before;and the sentiment hat 'IM-CU German checks; diipatch. Prmacola' August la-if St. Franchville July 26-3t 2 Hhds. Hams.

:' ro-echoed by every mlo yttitic sari1sII i i L 4 Linen and Cotton,do; JOHN GAHMEH TO RENT, 10 Hhcis. Molasses ; ,
Thou art false but Italian and sewing Silks 5 Tierces Claret Wine;
not, thou art lie- ; AUCTIONEER Genteel and commodious house,
klc,* is the ,slightest of their aciu'alions. > Italian Crapes'; entorcd 5arsaetand k COMMISSIONMrtcnXT J\ in an airy and agreeable. situation. Corn Hay, Fodder and Oats ; ,.

4 I The charge, however, comes Crafted Cambrics; s Apply at H. Biglow Offic.e.Ptn.a. Household furniture, consisting of

Ml' I but badly from the mouth of man mack and wtiiie Silk lace Shawls; OFFE Lit. ._services__for.. the sale.of ob, AU*. ;S-tr_! tables, bedsteads, &c.
I I..i.hhc (. u r" N, iwow ;;
Wlml i i. the aUlliu ttluch a KC.I p"l = V'WjII flu.c i P.UIASOI-S. uttingies juniper) expected
,! losopher who looked quite through Spriged, !>rno and book Muklitts ; Real and Personal estate. in a day or two.

' the deeds:! of men, has given to 1m son. Gill coat Buttons; j N. B. Goods stomJ.rt ONE hundred elegant PARASOLS 500O Ihs. Bacon ; I

Remember' when thou west a .uckmg Patent linen Thread* Tapes Cotton cola, .\.;:. I --tf latest fashion, will br dispo- 50,000 ft. lumber.

child, that thou then didst love thy Bali,kc. kr. }'. \\. tlerti;\lt, ed of together or separately Enquireat Orders for particular dimensions forwarded -

nurse, and that thou wert fOld of her ; 1 case plated candlesticks, eater JUST RECEIVED, and for Mis*Talmonopposite the mayor'* to-Miftlins and other mills to be

after a while thou didst iSve thy dry and boiile coasters j 1 do. Lead in ban; HAS at the comer of Water and duelling. sawed.

I nurse, and didst forgrt the other i aft.1"at ., I do. Shot in 'bags **l spur. ; IS kegs Market streets No. 2. Pensaeola, August 23,1821. IMATXD TO C/MKT,

thou didst despise her ; so it will l while and red Lead ground in Oil ; 10 Black and figured silk coats OTICE.IN" One vessel of I light draft of water; ,to

I be with thee, In thy liking in elder do. Kail, 44 to god s U M. Dutch do do ; load lumber at the Perdido.

ears ; and therefore,though tho. cant Quills; 50 boxes English Grow (.lass, do blue Bombazetl pantaloons aDd; consequence of the death of S. D. One do. to carry about 50,000 feet to

not forbear, tcf love jet forbear to,like 8 by 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by 14; 10 cases Saloons coat pin the prosecution of the load in the Alabama.
Glassware decanters ; Auction and Commission business de- One do. of about 200 barrels load
anJ after a while thou shall find an alteration goblets, Toilinet and common figured Vests lo
in thyself and see another far \\inti, Tumblers Salt, bees 13 crate ; voltes on the subscriber who tender cern on do.
White Jean and Linen
mote plcart.; than the first second, or I.'erpoolVa"; containing a general Fine Liocn shirts pantaloons; his services accordingly.JOHX Pensacola August Iff-tf

third love.' This ts old crafty Sir Walter assortment ; flu barrels Philadelphia do Cotton do; GARNIER.Pensacola OFFER services
shirts my
.j whiskey 3 cxxk: Lon. common ; .A a g. 23, 1821. tf. I
I'ulcigh Haw much truth and rye ; 4jr.. superior Ginghamolive It black twilled as an Attorney and Counsellor at
,1 h+t"./ .much guile is there in this sen don particular I.deiu.int., imported paa- Law
Saloons ; 1Teckcnrttlt: & CfTTOR.ES \\\\, : my office is near A. Collins Ho
tcnrc 'And this is man's fidelity !** in 1818. 3 do. London particular Durk pantaloons; tel. I shall attend the courts in Mobile,

k It is strange that man should be so I Tcncrifle; 7 dosuperior Clart't.ilWt Ladies' kid and morocco shoes, various .!T LA\l\ I Btakcly, Fort Claiborne and Conccuh,
jealous of his superiorly, as to tndt.aor \'- 5 boxes do. 12 demijohn superior old colors "TX71LL practice in the different in the state of Alabama.I .
Cogniac li barrels cider ; ? T Courts of West Florida, and
to degrade thccharaclcrofa woman, Brandy; ; 2 about to of
Children morocco shoes and boots am prepare a Digest
'.' in order to exalt his own. It is only boxes ,n. 1 Chocolate; 7 cases Sweet Gentlemen's fine and common shoes ; the state of Alabama. .the Laws of the State of Alabama,
one mode of the Oil 40 barrels New England Rum ; SOhltds. ; August 18 -if
I. playing t'rant."IM do do. boot and which are now in force. Proposals for
,'tic ef being enacted in so brown ilanata Sugar ; J boxes pumps which
capo many Boys fine and common shoe U' 11U5_ will be shortly circulated.
different shapes. The civilized man white do. IS bag green do. Coffee ; Clothe bnifche JOHN IL CHAPLIN.Pensaeola .

I' complains that they are lalkalhc, jea- 60 bales frrsli Philadelphia Hay ; ISO Gentlemen Inc; and common hats. 4ID bbls. prime Herrings this year's Aug. 18-tf

: i Ious narrow minded,and hence_ assumes sacks of Oats. .1110. .IT U./I0J"Es.tLH, run,may be hid on early application.M'ELWEE . tCT The Editors of the Cahawbi,

: z mastcry--c.he Indians reasoning is'lortcr AND CONSIGNMENT, Hv Imperial k; Gunpowder Tea; k -'ERUUSON. Huntsville and Fort Claiborne papers,

4. I M{ -he makes them carry his. bur AX fluxes No. I Soap-do Cider superior August IS. are requested to insert the abote three
dens1. I I
I Invoice u Vt'iht'e.7. i times and forward their bills this
-I quality ; 3oA\u F. Bmuster & Co.Jlfettrt. to
There is one mortal offence in
women l'kit Dining Tables; 1 mahogony do Chocolate ;
lf *' for which they have been, more Wardrobe; 7 Sideboards ; 6 Bureaus Bis. Iac.\tttl-do$ Rice ; Oftto.U 10 Garnitr tffutth* office.WASH.
than once, rated roundly by the satirist hip. .I"tllon Starr, L. I1ANNUM,
do Jamaica
12 fashionable: card and work Tables; Ram and Holland Cia ;
"' ;' *. "All women," says one of our 7 .ork lands; 2 Secretaries: ; 1$ large 3: hhd. bacon HAVE for sale the following art} ,"LL practice LAW in Pensaco-

malevolent old dram au sis, hne six and single fril'd Bedsteads; 3 curled Petuaeola, August laT: vU: ., la. His Office js in one end of

'...1 senses that is, 'eein ,hearing, tasting, Maple, do. 6 high punt do. Dl,. beef and pork ; Capl. Seville's house.
smelling, touching, tc the last k feminine ALSO-An invoice of first quality do mackerel and beans ; Pensacola Sept. I.rpIlESUDSCRIBER .

sense, the sense of speaking." Wefeel PHILADELPHIA CORDAGE, SO SQUARE timber; do whisky k N. Orleans molasses; tcndrrsbisser-
t:.. rather inclined to that the all descriptions do and lamp oil
suspect ; sperm ;
coils all
Rope sires and 81)UII'arD., JL vice to his friends and the public,
I lords and masters of this goodly creation Pickets ; Boxes cider, port and claret wine;
deep sea lines, hand lines log k spurn- a* ship and custom-house broker, and
.:. would not be very well content tu mit line, twine various kinds, halters Shingles kc. do Cherry brandy and sweet oil t for the translation of manifests and o-
allow the last of these senses to be theexclusive For Sale, by the svnieriber. do sperm candles and chocolate;
plough lines fishing lines, kc. kc. therdocumvnis. J. P ESC AY.
privilege of their fair partners. R. CLAPP. do segars and nests of boxes ;
September l-3-tf Pensacola 1,1821.-: 31IE
Sept. -
ho far indeed from such a concession Pentacoh Ant. 23--ifj do mustard, rose and peppermint
I they have absolutely monopolized the DOCTOR DRONAUOIl cordials -
Jusl Lntt\\\\\i und For ogle SOUSSIGNE offre service
powerof rjraLtngpar excellence) to associated with him in the j; do garden seeds and fish hooks all au
the exclusion of those who they contend, HAS of MEDICINE John r.D. : A QUANTITY of cordage k oakum, sites; sea amis, et au public, comma

arc to much their superiors in the exercise roorArrt,M. D. Their shop is next J\. 10 dot. first quality sirup Bales of hops and tobacco; courtier de doOane, et de Batimenttr
of it. Who ever heard of a lady, door to the Governor's Dopes, where A neat light wagon suitable for a Batter and Cheese ; ainsi que pour ia traduciion de

mating a */irtctiVc certainly do not they will devote their time to profesiionalbu small family. for a person residing in A general assortment of shoes Ice et autres documents.J. .

heap to cvittend'from this that our ladies -. ine... September 11'or - Alto-150/XX) bricks. Vensacole, Septembre, I, 18215tSAMUEL
MCifieechlettj but we do say his YTuigAit C\\\\t'1t.t',
unfair in a man attend a public nice FRY,
a THE substantial fast sailing as-Jt 1* STOaC Pea SALE:,
ting,:and tire his auditor to death witha TTORNEY AT LAW, next door
speech of two hour filled BrigantineENDEAVOUR -noltATIO Cogniac Brandy
length, BIGLOW
: i.t.. East of Collins Hotel.
Holland and American Gin
with, all the all the ;
commonplaces-of Jttornfyand. Coxttrllor at Lair 3-if Pcnaacola. September 1._
. common writers of the day and then A. DILL,master, burthen about 600 Ws. Old Whisky;
to return home and chide his daughter, Said vessel hating lately had thorough HAS opened his office in Pensacola White Wine Vinegar ; JUST RECEIVED, per schooner

': for pouring forth a gay ten minutes' repairs, is now in complete order fur the public square,next door to Bottled Cider and London; Porter, ; f from Philadelphia r .

Uttlcin the overflowing gaiety of her any voyage. For particulars enquire the office of the Fl ,-ldhl1f,and will practice Porter ia barrels; 200 Bunches onions
in the several Courts of>> the Province French Pickles 30 Barrels best whiskey
While of the ; rye
j youthful heart. a man is talking captain board, or to J. J II Cra-
stupid sense, you hear a woman uttering city, esq. of West Florida, and in Alabama. Philadelphia! Soap; 25 Boxes soap;

I lively nonsense ; and the latter September 1-tJ' He wi1hna1etnnluiODsOrJtP) SIIJad Oil; SO Boxes porter ; *.

commodity is ifinitcly more estimable undersigned instruments from the French and Spanish Long Cork Claret 20 Do. cider; ..
I in our opinion. 1. Attorney at Law, languages attend to every species Prime Bacon Hams ; % 3 Casks cheese ; '
will practice in all the Courts ofWest of conteyancinr, to drawing mercantile Northern Oats in barrels i 10 Half barrels crickets j
There are very pew men that know Florida lie be found his ,
i may at contracts and agreement*of all Frrshllay} I Case: hats ; -
+ ; how to converse.: You see many a man chamber in: Ir. Co1lin'lIot l. kinds and to notarial Mackerel
preparing in barttls For Sale
papers ; by ,
:like who draw ,his banker .
Addison! can on J. C. MITCHELL. generally. Heavy Cotton Bagging.ttfctttt. JNO. k JOS C. 'KEYStR.Sept.1ni .
'for j1000, but who has not nine-. September I--3-tf August U.tJ"It
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