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 15, 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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rCBLl5I1F.D WEEKLY I 1I' !rtt. The English bad bntfor..the foIlosriag nljjht iethecace of <*la ceateqacaee of the direction ofthe those who ojmoscdf the'first! tttatT"'!'

BV NICHOLAS k TUNSTALL, t.ine killed tc their wounded amonn the hunicu>e became yet more exirtmeihourcs wind, the effects of the sea>B6od of the armies of Briuhi, oa the memorable " i

At 8* per annum in advance-if the led to no more than ist-d ht. lib.Hory were demol'itied trees cprot- were the most destmcthe in the dls- plain of Lttiagtoa. All the day

gs are not raid within the first quarter perhaps, offers no example of an ted,men and animal ts td hither and sS2LHnof tf and Westmoreland.JVftJle the fleet lay insight, but the inhiibt- t

S8 will be rrquircd. Continue action more fierce, obstinate and ssajguinary. thither or overwhefcrd by the raias. the Inhabitants of SataanalaMer Uats la doubt whether a nearer ap.: n

ance of subscription at the discretionof : During this time-the P iUshad The capital of the i.l..d..u well nihrawd considerable silage of WestmortUnd preach was intended, had ,8' t

the Editors, \ip to the: dischargrtof attacked the Country vf Scarborough ! to level with Ac pround. The ,stood obserrier with dismay remove. At night the enemy drew x

all arrearage I and had captun-d her, ItO".tC"1"t"r mansion of Ute fOTtiw, the walls ol the extraordinary of the sea, the nearer the shore, and fired a few cannon l y

vtHTisExr.xT ,by the square, 51 for1: +iwiUiout a stubborn resistance After which were ihrw f
t A the first,and 53 cents for every. o\"r victory so liard eiatw-4.so dtplot2tJ1c. tfraken to its fd: bt i>as, and every and ia an instant, men animals, habi.tationsttery over the heads of the little armyAt .

insertion. .i Jones wandered with hit shattered- tntmietit threatened t. crttpble to tula thing was carritd with it day light,a flag was sent onshore to de*,' I

gels for tome days lit list mercy of tbe'inds *. Those within haJ hastened to into tbe abyss. Not a vestige remain.ed mind the surrender of the public" stores,

MISCELLANY. \ in the north sea. He finally barricade the dock ass! windows to re of that unhappy town. More than offering a guarantee that all pti\'kt ; 1 +tt

made his wy good on the sUtb of-Oc It-t the whtrtwiiNt:'aft tacit Certsw three hundred persons were thus nwal- pNpca'T ....", oe rrspeccar. '! -"r, "- '.

_-iiorrA'8 JUERICAX RBrOl.U ;;toiler, Into the w' tett of the TrxcL'- ere of no avtil. The loom rent from lasted up by the watts. The most fertile Tour commander," said Col. Hopkins"every ,-

11'JJL J, >". 112-)l e. their hinges the bar lad fostcniags fields were overspread with a cup ; one of us has identified his own, f

fl o" THE 0&.TII AMC&ICJIXPerhaps Titer:a'. 'i account cf the battle of the forced; and ckatfus started ia the tetywalls. stratum: of strut sand. The most op with his nation's wealth,and if he wants ,

the most effectual and most Cow The between Morgan and Tark- Tbe c>rwr or wrh his family cleat families acre reduced ia a mo,our stores ttt him torte and takt them.** ( ty
mode tf our readers! pens ifie of If. la about one hour, a second II
ajree&ble thing ton is abo 1litLl aitnttcd it graphic. look ttfuge ta the ttttHtmtMttvs vaults; moot to extreme indigence. I messagewas
vn idea of the translator's style,will be| ) but they were soon drivu *roai that the Cite of those who found 'hrmseln'f r received.fir Our commander,"

toYuaVe a few extracts from the work, : 'Tatl".tf't1, aft..r hug passed with. saclttr by the torteau n" tract that on shore was deplorable beyond ex
aid we shall select passage, wlticlimsysbcw equal celerity and good fortune the rivers pourvd like a fee* tel.< e f; the ii,,. passion[ the% condition of those who'wijhesio spare the effusion human

at the same time Sir. lioiutJent \ linotre and Tiger, presented him They surd I then intn the Ofen country, were upon the water was not less to be blood he knows your defenceless state;. -
must self upon the batiks (,f the P.colcLMorgan of the vessels dash and entreats Col. to surrenderthe '
for description, though vc and with exireivr dif&cwltr nd continual >iUed. Some were Hopkins '
rhocsc net the best, but such as can bd retreated thence forthwith, f.ttit repaired fender ilK covert ofa rd upon shoal and breakers others public property.'* !. You haTe"hurd'my

included within the limit a-tigntd td :and Tatlctnn set himself' to pat-sue him. raoirad, upon which the flag-staff was tondctcd in the open ocean, a few m&
this article. The I.CA fight between; He pressed him ban. Morgan fift cirrtnl; hut thai mass bring itself roc- way good into port, but grctiously **\Vecamc hither protect the public '*

I'&vl Jones and Captain Pearson in 1779is : 'how full of danger was heroine the pas ked by the rscrasisr fury of tW wind, battered and damaged. The tempr property not ta surrender' **Consider ;!*

scribed with gr tat spirit i' 'n.rc of Uroad river in the presence of the application of bring buried tsa- rat not only fatal to ships um.tr sail, ," replied the Briton, "the ine- "

Scotchman by birth, ,ko crierpming nn enemy as now bung der the .U nrs lhatVerc detailed fromit Hat spared not run those that were at quality of our forces we have 1000 k
Paul in a the service of the United 'upon his rear. He therefore thought con pcllyd theta again to refute, anchor iq the securest bat ens.* to.Woodwortb British, and 500 Indians on board- ; 'f
fa; engaged it better to make a stand. lie formedhis "Tell sir will
had CktuMiihcd! his cruize and tr State, into two division; the Lest boss of numbers but we are fl'
of Itcland, &nd afterwards troops for there they held together, for, ,not our '
tt first in the cas comiocd of militia under the conduct Casket. to be conquered, k ',
in cf SC01.t.1nd'h r .without the nuutal aid they lent each from % Literary I too many passively
those for to cf colonel Pickens occupied the front i wUwr,they toast all iff\itably Ratrprrtshrd ?die Krr+tfati*** tf a dl"'. I we repeal our invitation." :,
he was wa +'tiif an oppotlunity his of a "'uuJ. in sieve of tle near; the n... .Eariy accustomed to H!- I A third time the flag appeared, and j '"
make sonar prize, cr,according to second, commanded by CoL Hoard, a detailof ,the of the which \
Afarateftcaui toilsome march in reel with filial delight to many import message
of the .1
jracticc,to land upon sack sonic the point was concealed in the wood itself, and the midst of milks, they succeeded iagaiimt military prowess and early instruct: 1!complied it, was, that the aC'f'

coast ii order to of COU1tl1'II the lion-' consisted of his marksmen and old con* *a tottrry,vhere lley stretched ed to prur above all earthly good, the I tomtnjindcr had determined to land t

flotilla w. routivoscJ the Al.L tinrntfll trodps. Colonel Washington, them trite* face d .wa.id en the blessings pure b Ait d Uy the best blood: troops in half an hour.Let '
lwnuuc Richard of tvn-guns, posted behind .. ., fur national frmaWs" said he. **be removed ;
,. ,wi.h his cavalry; wait ft'OWMt. behind the carriages of the f tmf in the struggle .
...., .r '.i .; tin'h Americanslips .
.at 1'trnch: cftsirtytwo the V .a 4.J Ji.i.*..*M>i*" rrvr T.rle brat i". cannon, arils A *t m,4 .1 eatsimct, my mtt.4 imt lid im come not to make warmth women"'and *
; the 1'allaa of frigate witht ton soon came op and formed in tao clO1&.Jtflll attUci, tiaer those very carriage screeptiLly, a lose of glory and lIr mycoiatry. children,but we shall be unable to restrain (; '

in the pay Congress lines his infantry in the centre of each mere continually gut ia mUoa the savages."-* t have but one

v.o other smaller %c %rK. fleet He fell its in and his horse on the flanks. Everything by the!impetuosity of UH vortical gusts. My young heart had associated: with answer for your chief,*'replied the gallant
merchant on .
with a : seemed to promise him tktory.He The thrr houses of thecity being let a patriotic soldier, tic idea of etcry CoL Hopkins; our females arc '

r-turn foii\ the lla'.tic. con vexed by was superior in cavalry, and his solid, had been prosit a rd before that brut, and my t'i.at,t.a'ion rigorous already taken care of, and another flag '|
Captain: Pearson, with the frigate Serapis - both officer ins soldiers, manifested -. in tracing will be (I." .'
troops, ''J the rmernor and their unhappy inhabitant and ardent, was oft rmpkjeti tat fnpet '
of forty-four guns, and the Coun an extreme ardor The Englishattacked : wandered at thrice directed out a path of Military acfeie.rmeM The bet disposition which the place {r r.

tos of Scarborough, of twenty.Pearson the first American line; after during that merciless night, without to those IsTttl ; and H.o*gn religion and time permitted was made of the J '

had i y sooner perceivedJoi.cs a single discharge with little harm IA shelter and vtijtvut MICOT. Many pe- .and humanity" forbade me to wish fora I little band; and though it.was by nome

than he bore down to engage the enemy,it fled in confusion. They li.MJ tinder tile ruins of their deil : war, it was My frtveat desire, r.b.t .as certain that the force of the enemy

him n bile the merchantmen endeavor .then feU'"pon the second but bere c others were the tictim* of the calamity should fail upon my country, was equal to his pretensions, it
coast' American iogt )
The ;
t-d to &\\ the :they found a more obstinate resUta&ce.The sudden inundation Kterl sure sufWated I mat the friends not highly proud, w\ seriously resolved, not to surrender

lio'UU? formed to teethe l.ilThe I Action was engaged and supported lodge mire the tVwknol should be the heroes who would stand without attempting a defence.flttt ;
two tncuilts\ joined baf'c, at about *'- TarMOB A , how different is the ol the American -
I with equal advantage. lhed .LDnt.the lurid Grr of the ti:ht> ia bet defence. :** bravery
\*\\ in the c'cninr", with },treat rcsolu to decide it in bit favor,pushed forw attla the continual peal cf ikvnder, the aspect of tbrngv when seen tbro', militia was,not on this occasion pat to -
:ion, and the conflict vat supported onloth battalion of his second line,and :t the the horrible whittling*?the winds and 1 liffercnt mediums! a severe test. A British fleet desisted

sides with etjual valor. The Ser same time directed a charge of cavalry rain the tMefal cries tithe diiH$. thedeapostdsnt Military glory is beautiful at a dis-' from a predatory attempt, and the bravado .

**u Lad the a advantage cf metal and upon the right flank of tit Amui i moans of Mae who were taller, and the warrior's. brow surrounded of a British officer coiled under ,

ai- *.**, ; to. obvj&ic which. JontsookSe icans. He was afraid to attach unable them the s'triefcs and by the danll g halo of faint, is,the cool, determined resolution of an
I to succor
? K !uuCa; to fight:ker closer I left, supported by colonel Washington wailing's of women aid children, allseemed ufcblanthed by the desolation that f '- :individual. The canvas was spread *o

advanced till the two frigate were who already vigorously repolurd an assault to announce tar dettraitiott olhe lows his tread. but on a nearer ap the breeze, and after firing a few morn '

lie yard to yard, and their sides of the British light tiorte. The world. Oat the saner ef dir prr preach. .r ii tu.r. )matte vxaminatlon, unavailing halls, the foe departed, I

"JIJu.., .hfl muzzles of their guns 1 manoeuvre of Tarlcton had the expected UJlt.J la itir "i*. .t the urtitOM 3ipcctacle .e see the laurels of the con'"""). ly.rd Simple as this annectiote is, it presents .J
came in contact: in thiS P.*, ""they I tflect American regulars gate which the imagination scarce- ia blood and hear In the sen; of to my mind, a portrait which I .. .1
cirht.In the I I of the widow and love to contemplate. There is something r
from the
continued to fight and were thrown into disordtr.-1 This island, lately victory, groans
I darn to depict. ...
bordering I\\.r ) h , hoarser, are pleasing lu I. .ii.rinn *Ten
tilt ten, with "i The rushed on,persuaded found with the orpbanl'
evening artillery of English i so rich, so floarishta, so have of the rcrror of that fearful night,
the which recent experience '
But Tarlc
their Already all of views !
frenzy. a
the own
on day was enchantini;landscaprsappcarrd fur the talJitr'. when under the expectation of immediate -
_llrr Americans no longer capable RIch ton with his cavalry was in full pursuitof sadden transformed into of those poar giien to the subject ai4J.er'a s/r, and invasion, the mother pressed her y
Tht became a ;
cf produc'tifc much effect. the routed, when colonel Washington regions where eternal winter reigat.Not diafkltr the Ute contest infant closer to her bosom, and waited
red harinh rccie"er.ll heavy! shot whose troop was still! entf re, fell an cdiBre left standing; wrecks shared largely dating of frontier tin breathless anxiety the signal of re- ,i
of her lower ia the perils
and Britain,
bvtwccn wMid water upon the enemy with such impetuosity, and coins carry where, etery tw sate with '

batteries and twoor three of her upper that in a few moments he had restored crtrd ; net tu animal suite : the earth inhabitants. in treat." endure for et ntgAf, J>
oft who hate been placed IItrying nay
burst to the interval colonel Those only .
paving ; this
the battle. During with their remains, int and
the morning
guns sterna tonteth in l
the terror bur
realise joy
.fiC who served them. Jones, at How ard bad rallied his eontifceniial rd r hh liMe cf human beings;t nniDg.1 similar situations, can defenceless inhaiMUtni when dangers are past,the heart of sensibility 1
left that could cf the
1oJlgt.lad only three and led them bark upon the soil BO and dismay '
troops, saifafe cf the appeared his couch at turns back with pleasing emotion
Lc worked, and he tmployed them a- 'Jolonel Pickens bad also,by the who starts from
Nat taeteir step
English. crops
the every
**me. and gratefully
tlc of the hostile frigate etnbcd the midnight, roused by the *fjrif can or ,
f aiitst masts prodigious t&btts re-a were In prospect, bat those already ga- .' of the perilous way. The conduct of
'bccing the little impression made by militia and again brought them to the there, had been detoared hy the Larricahe the drum that beats f urn war, was CoL Hopkins on this occasion,was but

{liaih-sbut,he.repotted to another mode fire. Morgan was visible every where; ; the gardens, the fields tho etourers I 1 his alarm in the the m.ent fearful i an illustration of his mind. Vigilantand
Jfcf attach. He threw a vast quantityof animAted thr ,often augmented by apprehension
his presence and words of delight and opulence of the he penetrated the prob.
grenades and fire works on board the soldiMs. lie profited of In their of :UCNJ'f yW, whose ends- sagacious E
,'pitit.r his t ofoai.%. had ceaied totaist neither able issue of events and"was prepared
British fri 4tt". Rut bit own now idmitttiKhe that moment of enthutif to prrtip-! plug f were found deep sand, or strut criminate warfare spares thehute age for their contingencies; resolute and i
water en all sides arid threatened I tate them in one grnrraj charge upon I II t i tar ; the rticlosures bad disappeared ; nor sea; and for Ontario some months from hotius to I determined,he pursued the line of duty, t

every moment to jf(,to the hot I the enemy. The shock w as so tremendous ' the dhchn were titled tap,the tua duet coast of Lake Uc&esee riser, was wholly and little regarded his personal has
tom. Some of his officers having per that the English at Lest paused, with IIIffr raiaes. The dead amounted the tiiouthof the
ccivi-d it asked him if be would surrender in totiftt-; i. defenceless. Scdus fell severely ards.Being '
turn recoiled,and soon fid tG snore thousands; thes much for her questioned in a private circle
u No," he answered thrm'in sion. TLr americans pursued tUem t the number iscwt consequence of this exposure* .1 he dared to bold :
known. though prttir and the blaze ol rI what principle
I upon
tremendous tone, and continued to with inexpressible cargerKews. It was' ascTtah i. In the tlfrct, besides streets were desolate threw, a fear the language of defiance when he knew
push the grenades. The Sera pis was lititit -..ffiarsnnplttycd became their her burning habitations force to make
in vain that the th ,s4 "ho r faNea houses I the surrounding the inadequacy cf his
a'!: rady on fire in ecral places; theT.ngHsh cxbotiatiouJM players and tlMvats tostay :tomtis, how.an1"'UC' so apt away by fill and ominous light on I ant effectual rtsUtancehe: replied-*I

could, with difficulty ixtinvixh the tli 6ture was and by the water surrender at last, '
th-fugitive; cM the waves of the snout sea I of was knew we cowJA but
{, the flames. Finally, they caughta total. Tatl' m lost in dead,woundedand .ti nrnttmarnhliocrisres.wQic h p\.h- The little village fate Carthage the address I and I thought too highly of the American !
: by
which in an instant, Gtrd titan I hundred of what .saved from aiitmlar mo- 1"
rattridgc, prisoners,morr rift'' oil fnuttt the hills? Math esraj cf individual character,to tarnish it byOa
all the others with n liortible cviplcsion.AH men, two pieces of ctatwm the colorsof d the fury of thr tempest fell a'' and t.raury an nearly meats hesitation. w
tn4 services are
steed the helm were killed and all bis cf whoM name \ his
who new viioleare rota/ '
the: trtcttth trgitnent i to th*fnatic and uhUS CoL ltop'dns-and yet \ '
prey is deep .
and all the cannon of that part there carriage and baggaj/ pp.24$-24i.'I As shoo M the ties of the prison were forgotten. The which(Jene disembogues we itself name is hardly remembered beyond the -1'- ,
di Mcanw 1e, Pearson was llatbidoes in sallied forth, andjuinh.g rapid Stream friends Historians
n uunt&d. The hurricane of 171)0) burst the rrimiiwls and form at its mouth circle of his personal '
not dishearten led:lie ordcied his people i&feriarto ,ahrars predated for in Late(inurio* in the
of hardly the making up
present a scene terror MNtoes .1Id navinble bar or t-I: arc too prone
to bo.,:t!. Paul Jones The prepared English himselfto in jumping ! the plague cf Athens. taefaiio t deck, they sWnwd to brave i ioude the capacious, il -At the head: of the bay, is Stnrrat, to forget that it is composed ;
tbim. of beaters atid pat carry thing ( They record splendid
repulse I The dents we have been relating the wrath beautifulromantic tillages of / QrtitJlJtrl. ( r' r
board 1:im, for.nd the Americans I *. And the one of those I dwell the
perhaps and galaxy
on succeededin tbe'tVrs, Indies, by ,in sack aad phrtHle rise its cur western forests,'I achievements, upon
tcady to receive them on the pointof were between tine. whites would have hero alt ma tuJ, that seem to under the of a victory,but pass by occurrences
thiii pies they mad the bet of a sort general island consigned to like the pata'e'tJorbddin less ,
perdition consequence
; tho the fury of mm I and the titail.Alia of seemingly
. f their own vessels two rutilJut Vaa fcan who hap wand of the traits oft ,t r
their tray +ccf. etilrd fur while, tbf of the IMU r.rIt'tL of the war, this,, though these often display
Hut dorm!* tl.v :r" rvl, the fire badcoramuakatvd was su!{> a hUtch i, to he there at the bead of a body early period peculWrly interesting and instructive.
petted miles character
in manner t
a some
broke out Rochester,
Irmenu well
cite as
;i ftom Serapiio plate as t Is thisGa.be
; Op'JUt camacersucteitSul Alas country
the jsuUr ny
I of
tremendous. It.. now made a depository
I the riser, was ,
botr farther
end more
H.fltd, ronsnlrmbieyurntity up the memory
the fionbomme la tatta a ineffective tribute to
intiabttantiof for ,
and the
flame No peril month of October for which fur military staves, designed citizens,the -
the bat rr
were a prey to cf protism of'onc of thy patriotic roaly
could shake thw desperate K>er>. The, the islands acre iti the cnjojmcnl which 6ft scarce Ute inhabitants would only hate the tsar of our army on the wholly Niagara inadequate reward of his service* Has fame' ' *

dark, the combatants could that 1I11(! ptt' tranquility the of a hurricane lObe frontier A small guard, wreath for his brows? Is p.
tight was ravaijrs entwined
vbetii no
cC'tutionof 1 arms, of lcfrncewustaticwrd .1
suited from the I to the ;
UMu fturposes annals of
otlcr but by in the
no longer sec each that'washed tic tiros ofiVe no less horrible scewrvor of the ritrr not his name recorded
.,.* .f t"f3nnaJr. on. and thtougli :if ir iboics and the seas dreadful i r.amiSor should it If passed 3 3o i MU the mouth I'I'i t may'no" ,

dense volumes cf m kt,.whUe the st:!:Harm: were awry Ue l lv such would their b< ct in silence by a siarere friend ol but the only aid reasonably rof expectedfrom the thy that he existed > 1 posterity inquiries arc r '

was illuminated afar. At this moment I:mpest, thai scarcely whole unit and honorable deeds the Spanish them,was timely notii approach answered in the negative, the reason is ;
the in thesutasna
in Oac morning rrest
the ..0m erit 1ti.nt came up, j I found a similar example of war. at this time eetrt'dcr of the foe. ohvioua JUt laurel art /oodl,./-
confusion of maritime records, howctci jirisonrr of Mll, the guard at day light ;
Amidst the she discharged series .meros ia lUrlrtdors, under th soldier rest! The world may forget ,
and n bear
scuds '
her broadside into the Richard, and ;"replete with shocking disaMrr if ibis fearful pitiable conduct of Doft Tedro Sin Jan, did deer l. fleet of defenceless sevoal The thee,and thy country disregardUyr w wr. ,
killed a part of her remaining defen shipwreck less violence eret7tbimthat coaH be especwd ol tut;down upon the and spread name, but doss shale still live atleaijt '
with or git en,
fell mote instantly
discovered from alarm was
she scourge Far of50LDJER.S
soldiers. a
ders. as
As soon recollection
and the K
brave gearrous
Wrtt-lndie,, the situation
islands of the much .s
all the rapidity
with at IUVGliT
her mistake{ she fell with augmcn i upon drstrue. profiting of lists calamitous coo jane- admit.A t .
with wools *
:it no where raged rotoalarily oftHr country I _
ted the Srrapis.rhtntbe abate their liberty, they -
fury and
upon island to
flourishing tare collected
sceirj a :live energy than in the of kindto few militia were readers recollect that theft
valiant Englishman encountered perils every citizen I Our may
the -
morning respectable
cither killed or of DubLdo"--1t was on islanders a he Col. M. Hopkins a 'months '
of his crew aafortanate papcrsome
prcat part tornado act gut tor the soldier cf the revolution appeandinthis
hit of the tart: that the of Ontario and a I. from Englishpaper ;
dismounted, their teniees account uken an
disabled, his artillery ; warmly acknowledged command this fit ago an '
abate forty-
and it hardly began to .. tolanteercd to I of war then
in ,
'end dismasted and quite enveloped : seasels thai The otter Islands Freaeh as well and unarmed band ,of aa infernal engine
surrendered. AU joined eight hours after. The much less dcrsttitd tie,undisciplined, Boston. At the last advices *
in flames, they considered t-htlbh were not veteran and gallant I building
and length Itxis were moored in the f"'rl.1fbet't" Al Jamaica a violent destined to taeet a were not aware of the
to extinguish the fire, at wer than Barbadot. collected,amounted tOI the English
in safety, The force the ,
The Jobs mad ; themselves added its horrors to tb tbe. hoax It the appalttairdescripliafeof .t a
earthquake armed with .'
accompUihcd. anchors, launched hundred,some ,;
.I wrenched from their uniorrrflowrd nearly three call her,was SUIJtravelling
to the numerous leaks of the IHeh. of the tornado I the sea rose others destitute "The Devil/$they
stop to
abandoned with muskets
wa, and rage ., rifles,some [ the procincittlpapers.
ard proved lest fortunate; she sank the into the open its bounds with such imetoostty b".n brave and the ro ndso \
Nor :
of the temrxst vai of weapon, Journal after ,
ed any
hundred the mercy the inacdatitmti nt The Inverness
next mornin Out of three that the descendant
inhabitants onshore .
of the detrrtni'dr n .
ccnditicn .
aboard the inland.
of tW
and that were the Interior
seventy-five men worthy-of,compawon In ', .
hat vessel, three hundred were Villedpr .
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t the article, observes, "The ,CURISTOPIIE'S CITADEL. Ij than 1 6o, the ca.sc of this p ty. i abe mast HUr ,I atcocragcme&t was oi-|what grants will be recognized by the
publishing It is intrttlwti to cuter into a feted tu {xtscas wto wvuld undertake United butcs,then comes Mthe
named CoD. u t oar I jta I tag tf .
I dimensions of the American floating Aa American captain
; minute mad laUtnl Investigation of at!I erect mills and such, machinery ItS I war" bctw>en individuals which
y a artltedtnm5t.Uornlavhapublisbcd : c(
engine of destruction, were Mirfiativd dry, just :the patticuUr erases of cmbarras- civilized communities{ stand in teed I 1 I course must be fettled! m the ordimr
J by the enormous ship the Great MieLacl in tbe N. Tort Herald aa }
p rigged out as the old historians .CCOUbt of his lour to the city of Sans I'I I went' in the silks to land+Soch-a re-I of. For evicting a grist and saw mill,l way-in the regular courts of judica

tell ut, by James the l\'. King of Scot. S cud the midrnce of the late king I IClariltopbe. !icw iroold swell tin*article to a lengthgreatly and keeping them in operation astipu-I ture.
Matrtl kngtli cf time a tract of le,gCO If view of this
land. The Great Michael was of such After Itfwing the palace beyond tie limits of m nrwspa- I our subject be correct
:! Vic.Uo. "'' shall merely give |arcs taould be granted to the enterprising it is cTldCh;tbat the .Floridas for
per F
immense stature, and took *o and the city, the captain, in company j I many
i a the wanner in > imlividuaL Such a liberal com (o come, will exhibit
the woods "nor" historyof years a scene of
1 timber that she wasted all with a friend,travrlli d a atuprndoui
up ;
the j jmhich! grants ha'c been obtained, in t cpcntation induced many, in the most I II I strife and litigation about the lands
and all
;in Fife except Falkland, mountain, on the summit of w hick IM j ,
timber that could be gut from Norway. I impregnable Citadel of CbrUtopbc :;i;Spanish toUbic generally, and the j!poiuUuspart"of Florida, tu set up that which will almost entirely preclude its

S All the wrights of Scotland, and many stands, to the atnkzrmet.1 of the,bcbol-'jjmode'I' oflocatin;tfiit Idratifpingttsct T,,; kind tf machinery, who woutd obtain settlement by a wealthy and industrious
} land h rvklmcr oftitin ;: grants fur lands in detached parcels, population.dlubama
strangers deN below. It was great fat or to ruler perprtQ tiag ; and though 1ilA hescorkcdthas ty,tshe this castle sod view- CUt Mornla. While in that :. fawd 1 frequently remote from the place

try tic had frr |tf't opportunities ofconteriiag I: I..re the improvements were made: .
took a year and a day to complete Tlie battled towers the donjon keep,
Ws in and ulitre with umtlrntrn or the lint I 1'hrst grants are at first merely per-
i" She 12 score length, Thc loop-Uolc grates captive I IMPORTANT JUDICIAL DECI
I 36 feet within iV side: she was 10 reap, intrHijf rnrr, and tfltH ofikrr of RO-J I mini", but upon the conditions being StUN.
j- wall and boards vrmmrtit* vhov tAfttffnatrca oa this .eamsti,d with an absolute fee simple
j feet thick on the on Tbc flanking wall that mwtod ittn In the
every side so slick and so thick, that S".cmps"a subject is the urns :Ktbority we could I testy in the grantees It may hCc ,- case reported below,the GoveN

,_,1 + no cannon: could pierce her. This. migh the days of the tyrant, all strangcf have.Tlie. ,., still be c 1un Uonabc whether the nor torn according to the Spanish cu*.
( system adopted by the Spanish American government, though bound appointing an assistant or I law
tr ship cumbcrred all Scotland to 5*t w""irictlyprublbUed front entering adviser
1 I a.,.. / .ca. 1 he expenses or ner out. it, and, ti course hitherto Itrrtne-, government, in the first instance, for I ivy every principle of justice, and by whom selected Mr. Mitchell. by
i fit were counted to the King to l hc 30, trically sealed from the curiosity of the scMtatirat clhufttft |w+* cssiuns the trc.ty, will confirm and recognize pronounced.the decision th- "++*.

) : QOQ.. She bore many cannons, 6 I'CHUt foreignerIt': far.A f.u to a etta'.M extent been ob; those grants to thrir full extent.

fr* t on cVory side, with 3 great bas ils, 2 deep silence now reigned in tlie servnliaBatItori iau The jtovvrnotsbate (.rants for service rendered thr goy [Reported for the FLORID!.**.}

r j behind on her deck, and one Ix-forc ; Citadel, which hut l long rcbo .
300 shot of artillery, that is to say, din of arms and the tools of the w rrtrhcd most estrtitiJr M-rrikrttary purees in troublesome times are ab A petition w;s filed in this case,|>tay-

myand and battered falcon, and quarter mechanics, who were dootH bj for the disposal nr the Hpuiisli domain; I. solute aid unconditionaland although i in; tie! court to havc John Inner am y

falcon,and slings,pestilent kCrpctits, the cruelty of Christopbe e, tu drty ow: and oar gars.i Kvit, aitcuJmi;SanUfa -')that gratati have: been liberal and inum&crnt -! cited, to appear and chew cause wfcy

'k and double dogs, with liagtrr and cut- a miserable existence tn arias cry ; tILl;- grub anw firms stir diversity of brvoml alt example favorites the decrees of Don Jose Callas Ute

') rains, cross bows and Band bows. She gcd to spend their days in labor, an! manners in abash their pure hate ,!and o&kers uf gover nracnt, it sccrut the; Governor of M cst }Florida should trot

had thud hundred mariners to nail hen tlscirnlghtsrhanrdiahoniddun4eunr Mia rx rrnrd. The Spanish pulls' i 1 J Spanish ptovemors have been I fully{ i k carried into execution. Lpon tli<

p ;,' Vf-c score of gunners for her artillery without being able to obtain a **fhl of has hotter barn Ukl&tia and us-!ftematic clothed with Authority tocttrcisysuch return day of the citation, John Innc

and 000 1 men of war besides her captains their families or frkuds fur wltole succcitc uttd ha, with slight varia-1-i extrusive discretionary: powers. ( rarity, the defendant, appeared, and

+t skippers and quarter matter years tiCitt'-t ctrodrd to all the American <0.1 I Dy far the greatest proportion of prayed time to prepare his 'defence,

s e I 0 _\h York r ajrrr. It b impossible for description tog'ur limits beClMPC to his Catholic Ma- errant* in Last Florida arc of this description which was granted: him. At the cxpiratian :

tl' \ru-Ancu an adequate idea of thin stupendous l"t1"t. I and arc at the present day of tie time allowed,he, through :
: j' BIG-BONE C.\VIS. pofi taUnt possession of a for the most and
structure, which looks like the work of country part unoccupied earn his counsel prayed for farther time
', 1 In travelling through the state ol f centuries;and its whole appearatttSr has inhabited only by the atorigiars+ cither! I'unswrvryrd=not having the slightest which was also "granted. The court* r

Tennessee last fall, the editor vat in a character of sablnUy and puce by fosse or pcrntbttou, the King '_y'autliofity I''evidence' of locality, of any tnckfts of having net on the day appointed for i

: i dated to mil these natural curiosities which cannot fail to GU the mind cf tlte of the lopc of Home, under identifying the particular spot grat ttd. the hearing, and the ease being-a qtkd, f

'II t They are situated on the Cuml>ctlj.m d beholder with wonder, admirhtiutt; and the firttc&t of extending the Catholic I I When an individual receives a grant of \1 Acre,* of counsel for the defendant, : t

: Mountain, on the line between the I awe. Its walls in someplace* see 3u llrliipou hat assumed thr sovereignty I I this kind, it always reserves the rights :filed a pica to the jurisdiction of the s

\ counties of Warren and 'White thirteen feet thick> and the orth-cat end is 250 and erected thrrroa a f.*t. The nest or third lJ..ttiu-&ud if the grantee locates court, which brings up the question, t

.j ,; I miles southwest from M'Minnvillc feet hTigh. 'hc numerous piece of ar- step has tr-cti to rater into a treaty of his grant upon land previously not only whether that court can legally t

;. and thirteen from Spatta. Ths c ,hurry with which this forties U for- Arovs-er, as it called with the I I grimed to another, although there entertain the.uit, but whether there is c.

i -s mouth of Uig-Uonc is in White, ant risked are so henry that it could n&rdly Indians that is, ado.tilae them as subjects ..should be nothing but an imaginary a competent tribunal in the country to f

'\ the mouth of Arch ii I Warren, about be deemed practicable to confer them I of his (' ,. Majesty* and gra-j line to identify the tract previously try the case., -It) support of his plea, 1
I ci uly{ rtlrn+[tatt to skim all ikr r+ >'.* I lrantrdt&colJcst WtUltbld l tb.I3nd. k. ,. '
r nix hundred yards apart on the surface, by the steep and ut c cm tv" which is rt survrr *tI. % _rulIuMlntr Jruuuas--r Irlt,
.; under the surface,(for they quite) three the only passage to tbe summit of the and | iiritiLTA, &uih civil and reiiciou*| lie conceded that tfie Governors ol the

,, fourths of amile.. The first named: of mountain. ol nattte br.r..rtIIta this treaty of Thus it frequently happens that one Florida! acted in a judicial capacity: ,
.J The lower if untrd ith ineorporctHm-tic King's absolute sore, survey ofa thousand acres includes nine and had done time
these caves was discovered in' 1&06, k battery rnt rs *eventy so cut of mind, until
i was soon after sold out in shares for heavy tbirty-lwo pound piedrsof rcijftjty over the oil, with the right of hundred acres previously granted and the promulgation of the constitution

f' I $60,000." The skeleton of an atiima ')Nnt..C, ach piece trat'rniltC\rlth great granting it to iiditidual at his pkasare surf eyed. Where lines clash, in this of the tortes of Spain some time

a, of immense fjre was found ucfr facility to iisgucn angle; tn a 'and is rxptt .y rrcogniird. Such a Mar,thcdifr.uItJ- only be settled by in 1820 ; and as the constitution of the

the mouth supposed to beef.the'cat breast work are mounted about forty treaty was rtttriii into-ith the few In. tablbhinc; the priority of survey, the tortes was in force in Spain, at the

!!, species! ; "the ribs of which when plar- pi ecru of 24 pounds each, which are dian' in the IT "la*, when that country evidence of whirh must necessarily be time that the sovereignty of Spain Clfer-

3 ;. f'd in the back-hune, the lower end on nUottf bionrc and arranged' on, the trai li&r possession of by the of the most precarious and uncertain the Floridas was ceded to the Uncd:

10 the ground, admitted a man who it fmc same principle at those below with all Spanish authorise t:nd such a treaty ..t.<. In fart thr want' of a skilful States, it was a part: of the lair' of t:ieFloridas 1

1 fret nine inches high, to walk erect in their apparatus ready fwrukc; in: tbe hit Catholic ?faje t* .May wake absolute and capable officer at the head: of that -By that constitution ,il1.I -

a, the hollow-width; cf the ribs 'ChH'Cn third hirast-work, shish remain titi- royal gnus of bed at pleasure department of gcstrrnmentthe want ofa I dicial power before exercised by t;>
\ I four and five inches-hollow of the finished.are embrasures,And amngrtnc and, by way of .fttconratrmeat to for- rruhr plat and survey of the country Governors, was taken from them and

J backbone 'Inch'contains th; marrow 'titi fur pieces much Iighierthan the.1 rip h to migrate thither, the JQ1 rr. and the want of records of grants given to other tribunals ; and as a deduction T

r'' I between two and three inch" diamctc others, _ail shore that, at about too I ours hac'alS lirrn authorized to systematically preserved, have canted from these premises, (;o\ler&or

'J' socket (Jf the bone working in the! Jaund.ul rc."t't from tlitfgt\>.. ,IIIn2ru deal oat lo rmigritiu". the national domain more confesfoa to the titles of lands in Jackson could not sit as a court/only i

-. snouiacroiacc six n cnc*-un* bcot..4I : ir constructed for the garnton. In with a most liberal ... The EastFlorida, perhaps, than tn any having the powers of the Gove-

\ I four and 'fi\o inches diameter similar short the bole plea i* so well laid migratory and umtltai habit of the othrr section of the continent. nor of the Florida, the Capta: ti

; to a dogs tusk-
and fit m point to point tV-:*.' inches tarT posit>uh, imprr aMe to all the butt of pr'>cnvhatc ptrtented treat that rorinre grants were made dant. as limited and prescribed: by the .

'. I hollow one inch diameter, wtigbt: force of LuroM; and for impritati- from taking graa s of particular spots, nearly in tar same manner, though not constitution: of the tortes, publisj'

'"' I : one:and thuc fou'ti! pounds." Trent fcttdr'nu lr'. midi worthy of the and mien their army tunas have been so profusely, M under the Spanish au some time in 1S2O.-Mr.
1 U of 'titr Umtikr vf built wtthofct any other title to the land thorities. Bracktnridgr,
+ t the of
ore Upon
apj+ ll-yit change govrrniHrut on the of the
In thi cnte.'HClu! ;;tip 'StHf,salt than part: petitioners contrnrf.
OIL ails J e c-"cot' of mere pOW$*in* moat of the settters ab U.duU\-
IIItJ'r. tit ,
j th she
dirt! six feet Ulo' ti.ui'fave. Spanish government, of
petrc (.
j ht'l,1c", may be cultivated to supply its rants to UiMls m East Hark, as the country and the t> *nib govern* which the is
A a coup nctt. made of bark thread amockatn fu judiciary part, hay ceased,, s
.." .".iL urtne lame materials ?artis"ti; and the Large tfftrftvirs thata of the as we have brm al fc to collect, arc taint, desirous of peopling the province although the laws and usages are still.

t with feathers worked .. ., ; constructed in many places in the following drsrriptiomi a' and attracting emigration to it. in force The error of this
opinion on
which I It interior of the walls, 1st. To voJuntarv settlers oa condition pasted a decree r
ing good workmanship, in mat arc always kept bf requiring grattters and subject, he said, arises from cot distinguishing .
was contained human bones. ,The' net filled. Many thousand hand*of flour JHtpfOfrrmeftt.Sd. rlahiMnt of lands to come within a ; these things-The
'j' Jr.oc1\"ill and nut mouldered immcdiatcly awe ccn'tktitly kept in, the faults in To tfl liviau"ls for erecting set sprtiEc: I period and take possession of executed by the officers of Spain powers '

after exposure to the air. In for !arj>,v French jan, air tight,which added lain fcchiBc/y. their rJantations* or they would be for- retained. not_ me omces* are
left to the pulse, rice aud salted k- SJ. To individuals for strikes rrndrrra fated and toothers. an entirely t
branch of this cave. wu' f**ven bun pro utspoud Such different distribution sade of
died cards f-cm: the mouth immense IUU, wouia nave been suihctcot to the Spanish i fpovrmmriit. as returned within the limited time: hold them, to which the President .

y t. quantitu-scf: lca.cr: wingrd bats were maintain; the gkrritott for twcntyfitejcars. $"'al)|f
vcn, aud a number of rats of unui>u* attachment dt/ iaK the late all their interest in them. 1 be the Spanish constitution is .ot in font
sire. 'We visited the vaulK in trtkn attempts to tc\uluti jixe theMS few Uritisb which
Bat excrement was found extending salt grants, have not been here, because not promulgated until
about three hundred yards in witic, spirits, musket .%, &. kietc pt'Iit i b. forfeited, are also indisputably good. Spain had parted with the sovereignty,

r.. length, from two to ten feet deep,,and stoned; and alto those of the treasury, Old UritishTlte pants. E tom what has Wen said, desultoryas and because it merely provides a form

an average of fife fctt wide, to "'bhhfire : I in whit b ate still n-n"i.ing the coffers tmo first species of rants are at It is*our readrrscan form some idea of government > it is not therefore ,.
I first c
ream applied several yrai-s ago with. 'hkltIt a year before were crowded merely conditional, bet may beobsammatnl of tHedifnruhy adjusting and settling pticablr to tit. He conteAdedffrum the
';; vieut with sold and sihcr, to the c to absolute and irrevoca the titles of lands
.discovering the ajKTiurcs of amount (as which have been so act of Congress, and the GofcYna
c the cave by the smoke-the object! was 'reported) of fifty millions of dollar. ble royal Krauts vntihg the grantee profusely .Ifcsigjred, and the records commission it the i intention
,, : cot attained, but the fire continued to In the area of die malls I arc the ra with the title in fee umple. -Those or other evidences so loosely preserved of the* President; to ;, the
bum for ins of the Palace of the rltadrl made to voluntary srfUcrs are at first 1' gi e
9 months to U.e great injury gf a spa. it will be to settle claims
the then proprietors was finally extinguishcd ciuu building trblch is IS 18, iris dcstroved lar only pertn;..ion to settle upon particu rpJe'\iDia' we apprehend same erched powers by Governor as had Claiborne formerly ,been.in Louisiana ex*
vita the commander and tracts and on coHipltis nith the mach
by excluding the air.- eight more difficulty in adjusting
uponany of that
on taking possession
l' of the garrison, by rxnlo whkh a't. to reside
The Arch Cave was discovered in an upon equitable principles the tgbt* ol country, under similar circumstances,
the laud
siott' occasioned the tea pears :amid make certain the
by electric fin idrommunifating American
111 I-and in four firs goveinrr.cnt. It woutdsrcm
about The
or years, I constitution of the Comes, he said
improvrmuiu, a cf the
with louse bud
2,700,000 cartridge survey is that by the of
: Ibs. salt petre was made frtim male, and the treaty incorporation must nut br referred to.to ascertain the
it. These Caves [The t'ft _JTltiunt I was told, w.s ar- royal grants fetae. with the Indians the Spanish
were purchased in gnvrrn- of the Inten
This powers Captain- : ,
., 18;]4 Cot. r< tied by a )putt of the p.larc r..llitag tiOLic of grants, where sur-' meat was vested with
by Randolph Ross, of Uo k- I irs have been I complete sorer dart,and Governors of time Floridas*
on an a adjaecnt 1i1I1u t.ahi.] From a cllr.ac. made and and
bridge county, Virginia, fur twenty of thrp.rt I enured at the escriva&o's ( I sign!? ownership of the Stoat Th r! fur in that case, he went en. to show,
buUdinJ that tcrnaii sccrttare'slufpcr Indian
thousand dollars sir title was no longer regarded
; by whom that the
they an't country would he 1 left without
we look
I I still owned-and in fulfilling a contract suspended huge fragments of mUnh from upon as sac and as free and the king, rich in >tnthint hut buds, civil government of )ncI-\ccur.
work which litigation as I Ufcds in any
threaten destruction to allwho any Florida. thus
for powder with gpvcrnmcnt dur- The of arquiredaot only rewarded every ding t'' that constitution, the Captain-
under process consummating
thc"late war,Col. Ross cleat cd g5SfK pass is these important piece of psbtlc service by General is only a military: officer, and
It is the / grants simply l tbs \Vken
pn-vailing opinion that > the con
t; I principally by working these caves from fifteen ditions. have Urn of btid, but shower the Governors of the Florida are military .
; -and they arc f fur to tunny tlu/utitid people complied with, the cd down his riches favorites
r yet susceptible t settler officers under him-as JntvudwU,
: i { have perished in the produces the requisite evidence .
building of thit and
''nishin& salt petre to an incalculable a.f. i emigrants, all who would accomplish he would have .
to the no
Cwteraor .
palace of whom bo orders power.
l mount, should the demand justify ju' ; many weir Mo MBaway a survey I certain improvement fur the The
of able and dis-
the satisfactory
the 1.1tCIs.fhi h is vpry
by wittd done
manufacture. There several branches strong that u'ail 1 generally convenience i and'aceommotUtionof the
arc r s*ion this has
tle question
the of the mountain in the by aicrnt himself or better undergone
top some
iifier settlers. Alt
to the Big-Bone cave,from one of qualified &ei grant made by Spanish by the gentlemen of the bar, hy which
noon, hilc the C"'lOr, for
laying sheets of deputed thai
which the dirt governors provisos to
f. been collected fur about and zinc with which the uqwe by the January, IS Uft the court was not only delighted, but
roofs governmental
-half a mile-thlk branch has been arc cov Oa surveyor. arr vccgtilxrtl in tar treaty; and these instructed, has snipped it in
ered.Ilad. A return of the plat and a great
to will
explored\ several miles: three men the ncrivuos survey probably corer nearly all thw vain- I measure of its \lifficuh-it, however
Christophe flvrd his ins rnhe ofjkr,with the able lands hi Fast
survey Florida
were engaged deyl and nights In or's and proba I remains one of the first
and cfrttiMMtr importance
active groins would,uodoubt hate a ro>al grant, a* it i is much
t, it, and represented that they bad explo kern ralfed, is made bly more than that quai.tity, t if the rights of the people of this coun*
employed oat on of
red it ten or twelve miles, but cot. R. tuakinj cotitUJit ad a slip neper, the second or third grantee of t!.r sa sir try ; and as such,has received
thinks they were mistaken to the distance ditions to this strong hold, but afl Ills ifArd by the *v"wnor, and filed, in a tract shall be allowed to locate his anxious consideration and the most
bttftdk of
r fortifications v.ith tW attention
owing to the difficulty of the could nut protect him nui..aao."bela the grant m other vacant lands. This he the court.Judicial
,( passage. In many places the cxplorti from the violence of Ms o_n handy. J:1'utrt"utI any ettdmcc of title, he would have a tight to do, under the nowcr.. is :n ins

has to crawl for one or two hundred coffin Nor could all aH his vealib afford him a tlte takes rtcrivano a copy of but the the grabs, attested by Spanish I.lws. and All the rights of in. ful portant, and trust it does-its not execution hold ,out often& .&pain.,..* ...
or vaults original
a tomb. rennio dividuals
In the under those
yard at a time. The curious would laws the Unitrd
attractions after
file to cause t It to h!
southern wing of the citadel on ; and *. .t' record it sought
his itfit- States bound
be well rewarded these bode are b. the
by visiting trratv to rcs- du
lirl When the title especially by those who are
I. caves-at some places the ceiling is as without,"htl'C it was hastily thrown by,,the settler is that ceni: Mtnated, pt L It will be said that a grant of: 1 and truly impressed with its aw

r nooth and as regular as if art had the rights. of sepulture, and may remove to any other 4doooo,acrrsof bml, in the heart of the I fiml It nobcc
carelessly stmtcd with little lirue/ I I touatrv. mar abandon his bad_ _ alto.____ Indian Mtttaattftts responsibilities. mes
t been employed, and columns of various getter, J sell H (Alachu,) is tow necessary for the court to enquire
aj at It
pleasure. often tibet al II
shape and dimensions comprfc.'uitioa for
rising.up- any unites whether there exists, sufficient judicial
a plantation abit that the
rooms branching off, &. most distinguished individual in since
time i this country
by power
for f ,
I a or sold to a conM render the
l. The facts as to the bones, bats Ice. LANDS. FTbe fcon-rtiidcni, is applied for by a newrutigraat II -but such Spanish goterusnvnt I, the change of sovereignty, to. carry into
Col. lloss interest taken by cf a grant we understand was effect the decrees of the late
says "I have from three respectable ! every part ;sad is granted to bin as made II governor
vacaat -
I perrons whose veracity cannot i ourtommunity ia the newly acquired laad. In such previous to IaIB. The United r of West Florida\ if there is, where
cases thc oldest
doubted.' territory in Florida Educes as to make I''grant bolds the land aDd the I Stairs will doubtless lake early mca I i is it vested. It was not,seriously contended -
Span for
public some factr,andiuch sows ascertainingwhat quantity oft
iuformatioa'Uh laws the second that jurisdiction did not rest
e The'above hastily sketched description as have been grantee has a bwls ate in the Flondat. the
able ,
to Collectrespect-! locating r
of the remarkable natural curiositiesis ing the titles to land in that grant on-aay *a- whirh will be available tu extinguishtl.c of the defendant's consisted -
founded eountr) i,;can loads ia tbe province. So it claims I part counsel,
partly on personal obserta* It ap- asvuunl the
appears to be the general impression, that I I by treaty.-' in pointing out the tribunalsDy *
F. vttion, but c.bit.y'olf notes Tarnished' 1,(which, by the bye, is well ( ry pears settlers users are often these i liable aau to"b'.lIla.1 i TbU will probably he dust b1 appomtinjf rrferiai* ta the act of congress, tn-
by Col. Ross himself,tbe that abject to I board of
proprietor, the lands in Florida will be : i a coraniissio&et. ,who wU '
though such
who Is '' d for bitrvterprize to much a.11U'C&tioD..tad I tract ate for the m a settle. some way,the dispute between (11rn1511. court
Indefatigable dupuUs but so';'|un free fiotaalurcaUoa.,5 tl I Mr. Acre dUi not the
:and indDltrrtl vague and indefinite are these impress'I At an cad iaJhiduals and the govcroment.UVhen with an abstract of his arumeutpos5sibly -
period wbca
I ',' A: i I II iT ions, that few trho Jiare c&icnaitiexl|was lta )iitbingfer; ttattt of thc country'I it isoucc 1oo..n11 at lahds'hate: LcrngratttrJ some points of i it tray'have been .

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"An act to carry into effect tb c by the rDII01rlbt"strutto
. tt-i,rmtn cf' proticces, tit r..fttr oJ t r the fetlpgs) of
the United Sutes and rrationsof the the tarrhlaf
between president which \i. 'F "i t.'E:t JIs ",
tread arc i granttai J land*--tbetrforr,on omCrrfn ttbtlTfsJ i .
.' the second section) of sa hicli is that the rjotemor of the"11oridu i ;;;than regardto the real
4.rJlin, s'a3{ ;
tnajor grtxral Jackson tVcotoau now ti..idrt ate store corbel
Jon deceased '
: Ixit further toacted bate ; bttfwUCag to diseo
iu tltrse words"And end of the first no pqwcr cr authority to 'Jay 01collet 't jsion 1(Coveyior of the Florida U>M., the pti.UIt'.e shall "nto- an t;i of Palafns:and Intendant strectSf dl* .
the bem
cs merely
il -* until any uctr or additional ,
: taxes,01 the of t : the goytr t's
J rciK the rectlj tc ejuarfersySIXTY
OYtn captain gtacn that, the best oppov
,of the* next congress, unlcw rro 't to grant or confirm to lard eulogy of this truly .
yon :'or any sot tatcsid nor the Island of Cab,f fabk. woman, b indelibly written amr-I'I rACKAtfES 0? '
for the temporary goternmcnef rt'nor..sfhOmso:1'"f. title
vision any .*i fend of the Floridas he
the said territories: be sooner made ''dtitt1l.to land u iUiin d.t'ume. Fmra gorettiors did bracts of her friends and JIJ.IU1J1"-lllE"CUTLER ; '

bv congress, all the military, citil, And the exceptions tlrcmselres mss aeries a\ {limited hot intend and pprwiihcd at those powers by the should coestita be_ ces and but three to herdeeplv afflicted husband, &WDLEltYS$DRY GOODS, : . .
,' exercised by the offifcrs : the conclusion that all small children her loss Is comprising a gene At assortment 1 jAL
povcrs j citil m.li.fcuy
judicial ;lion of the eorte, but tha hr show{ i indeed inrpuablr. I "
of the I ,
or the exifcting goxenimrnt : and judicial O. ,
powers are gitm;--, ntcrcisr thrum as they were rxtrciscd ,
time ten-italics, shall be tested in such ;:, vith this further. ,ption,tach ruts#i j the linty.rcond of Fehfuary, ri icft.j t.n. Adieu thonVt gone: gone,in the bloom,3J kegs Virginia chewing, tobacco; t tI '
person fci persons, and shall bv rurtri. of them tsarc conferred on Others, for leen Lemlrrd and nlnHrra day of youth, (6O( sets tea china, fine and low prilomahogony ;, ,.1
sad in smith manner us the president olTniud all the about pomrenme tested somewhere : i the treaty was Mgird.V 01jwhkh llttot'd regretted, to the realms ol and st&tn'd wood bedsteads .J ''
lie States shall direct, 14(00h< tiring ataol&u-ly to t t 1 herrfotr trick Jackson ; f
0 tJ the I fpircnwr hi A small Invoice JEWELRY. '. tAll ; ,
.ngthe mhLntan.tl carry n govcrmntft. the truth.'i - --
JH-1-" 1 I I p* "rr tw rarrf Into tffrrt for de-
tcrriton". in the free (enjoyment: oj'! The argument of for Ikft'ftdatlt..1i I creel of tear t.!' .trrtio. ut the (!.r3 nil 'Q I dncc*bkh will be'disposectof at. act-' .r ,
their liberty, property ana religion :: i j counsel against the juHdK-tn of ibis :dax., prices. j- .' 'r"
and 'tie laws of the United: t..tcti, re- J court,is jurdk atcd vu the ittftaevitien : hit able and -R1\Y:Mir{ .\i ER ; I II. F. M'XENS'A will attend par'
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; tery ingrn vn* *r!!*m t.
to the ret cr tie, and its cnjlcrtum.Sicrt ;that the constitution t tlculai-ly to any Cow m fU* Auttnnt, 'Ai
11'ina ; jwblisltr/4; by the i Mlltt"tt'd that as thel'"rsdrat had p We ptI! lib to-dy a long artkkedltoritP tutrujtrd \
to the modification slipuUfithe !cones of Spain, is in f We in tide roun.,I\nointcd+ a jml rat the L. ?,J States fwVet [ from the .1I..t.. /.y"ni/j. i, 1'cnsaeoSeptrmber to him., 15> -5t .. .
fifteenth article of said ireatv, try, nllr err tan sfa that It I_ not, '(1 i \ FtoHdjk, jmitsiMt I l.s trit.na! ecu, on a suhjrt t of imporUsce to our --w _.- c'E ,
J S u" (' Jspsi.!sh teasels and then j u.tuily failV trill here gtu a sueciact ,: taiicbt hate jutudictxm .. fire ea e country-it is ail{ written and testy bd Lr C.LISll-8enOOI .
arch''' and the laws relating to the history'cf ibis romthcttan lit' ad.:' .. the }
14d. hottetrr.: Ite ettW altogether -V tit surety :authorities V1E sahscafberwishcstaenhgejn t
;r iatatiun: of pcssttjs cf color, shall fcltftr that h is not in force.j UMtI' itot hate jnritdktkm. nil.'* it waipcsititelr ate quoted ety U-o,ely, if retfietttttr i,' the above business, and Isnc" ,
br ca.I'riled 1 to the said territories j Sometime in the year 1S1J, fatten him 17 turrets, or that authority is gitrs at all.-As .tidy to receive Fun r,. lie kill teachlifadfag .
And H. J mYdu:ut ofthc United States,'uand: \ H. king of Sttaiu,was a I ejcptm 'iiMt.ncTtAtis+ of the freudi yet we hate not had tow far a full mstlgattoa Writing Grammar ..1"M .
snlll Wand he is hereby uuhotisodt , the trrm aforesaid, to establish eaUe. framed the touttiibtion fc already ... it fuliyappran that there i is in this purr, an / I rith write and Aco:.'koffittg,
smh diitricis for the' collectivn cf the 1 published it iu old Spain: HIM rcil- thai tic jwriMlict;rti of .t.is else baal /nv/rc'ir of,,. ruin and reguliliui' I boh stnufe and double entry. Parents*

rr' n"". and dviinj'thv. {eels of con1ipjfoilit t ores elf old Spain adapted and others rejectcd been coiifrtrvd en the 'tcra,r, sod for the acquisition of land in Luuisian-.1a. 1 i and guardians can inform thernsetros ,
ire"w tCo SUclyifTlCt', tihOSf it. Hut It newer t*at protntil- I cmnnot be mrwmrd to be fite&t3 the established by Morales former int'ndan -I of his qualifications by applying1 him '
l..! ..rr..Vons shall rscpirc tt the end ut.'Ptit !f j i ted''in any ( the trabtmatim province jwrljfr. Hat,ing sem the commission ol r :, and Gayoto, former governor I at Mrs Collin's Hotel. S ,
: si fcv.on; of congress, to enforceiid tf Spain, or any decree tinder It -during the judger, h<> is expressly "uiml bj of that coun'n'hi" document we I i The school will commence as soon. . .
: : lawv' to him may seen exM't. the time of Ferdinand' absence, itltratfont eoetaifeed in h.to coniideibhnxlfa are promised and shall poUtsh neat ,,n suffit tent encouragement is given to '
r i ."-Tl: trr-u', that the 100. ,tt'ib"'atlr dilitdSt research and 'JuJu.+ ". On United htiu*--**d the en sot 11, tablislted in I.oai.iana,are most probably I- .'ntacofa* 13th September- *-3t* ? a.

Spuintc.tr thr Florida should rctitt.r. the fourth day May, Hi i, Ferdinand: what .a-lor the United States are ex-, the same with those last e&i&ting T\\\ I'TCIIEI.L &\ATSON,:.
U- 'n f"ln'. ow moment,after the sign VII, haringprct'iausly returned to traded to the I'terMaA! taken in rontradiiUaetkitt iu the Hori4, and tkrttfutr the pio L just recckTrd by UK sciioo-. ,.
iF cf tin, tu'sty, and certainly! cot alteit1 Spain iud fcsMtmcd the rural functions h, the Spanish bttt mbetr. fon.'I mind document will IMP highly interesting MAL r Jane ; r \ : Vi
time Hinted: by it for its rttifitarV bv a diem dcrc pron.ulfrattd from the rcnd section Cr L'tt'I if not alt important to us. tilt "
-in murals! awl gored faith, theiiuiiifiity las t\.clc empire distohcd the tI\H'j'I act entitled Man art to carry into cf".ctj t CtiUiiignmenttaa : _
was-1|. that tin. in the ..,, $ wn annulled all their trace!. and mate it 1 the treaty between the Unitrd States *-In our second number we '
t:1 heel itatf, afr jury, and Spain hadInternment treason in his subjects or any of them and Spain,'* bef! *rad, we find tLai made a remark on the health of this .uu P't"d by Mr. Oliver Clark, \ pp- iilt.Icd i--
Cjj!, Ur dcfacig-Tin? art 16 attempt to cattytht conttittdonur only inch Ian rekte to the revenue place "hi<.h wr find has been strangtlymiuonstiued site the government house on the 'lub.'I. ,
of cn;'.:refs, to cam into effect theN decree under it into effect. In this sia nC the importation of pr pe of color -if we may judge by an lic l square)the following articles: '
:t1', t Hd rtlatibn bark to that lime, tuition the gotcinmcEt of Spain I are extrtdeVl to the Floridas. Abel a i editorial mrark in,the ( .tirtrr of the Comjklrtr table services of glass and
rr it fully etpirssei! m llietatificjhion.no remained; .t the conrlasjoti of the treaty theaw Mibt ru hate been prr> U escrfMrd 3 lit bit. On iccurrinz to our paraawkward china rrpfimc tgnt' br:nJr r .'r
uilv'cJ :pain, but UcnlU'u between the tuitcd Stars Jt Spain sad taken out of the gram grat,+r Iii rymu..'v" .s a..t ..n h I. w,* ". rb m, HolUnd gin, taffia and '
Smites and tJir United States ate wilybend signed tt their rrspccthc plenipotentiaries pours of the v>trrtK rit is fair to pro, if not bad a. ftglUh, end parti- whiskey W>1.. of beef mackerel, flour '
to Ruinuin the iuhal,:t.nt& oftin on the 22d day of ternary. SUMHT that t"Ir1 :, and the cnlarly awkward tooat eltet, 'itin- and cornmeal l. cases of old sherry andatcily -
ceded, rcnintrtin the t'ujO.tnt'ui oltl f 1*19. Tin rbt.ncaiM.n: of this treaty casts anting under the two laws aft tttlvrs us niih some of our best friends. madeira wines; souchong and '
]:<"r liberty, prop'etty and trtiJ"Jt. was tmaecouMUtbly delayed en the put United Stales r\frssy! tltntdd la I We wished to have styli, we wrrr per- hyson km teas; bbls. of common and "J '
\\e will here ita \ by the l pirutdetu to major l jpeneaditw By the icth ankle of the treaty, it was objects "r the j4l" rs jerisdktion tutu that tV town of Ctaibornr Lat boots and shoes;aborted; garden seeds r k
tsl! .\ Jackson and ref what pug- to lute been ratified ic *K nonius t.-xt the rowirary tr Lewn frtra' any ,instnlctions mjotrd perfectly pa4 health throughout a complete assortment or maccoubatr, + r
TS i: has pleased the pivsidrnt .o i11.I after the'22d of FrbtU2.it 1819, spa: I" he may hate from the president the sexton--and we quoietl for rapper & Scotch snnft" In cases, hbls. "'t1.l1Is
.<.,.p him ,'it5). hick commission is in the 22d of .\u u.\ 1119* or sooner IfpWKiittJe. of the United States In short. date givrn to shew that there had and bottles cases of black silk, Jn.nimel'

it l f'll'otunpirds, j tir .. ,".1'd. the ratification, Fer t.j der*jumdictkm i is not defined by Well no change. From fatther enquiry and marscillcs vest; boxes ,
J"C'\ Monroe, president of thrLi I dinand \11. by the consent and Mtho- any last t.f'mQT14M bt can r rr- we are also satitlkd. that Cliibome of soap 12 by touted ID by 8 window '
"' t.II! th"'iC r'I' i,'t1ts shall come,gr't"ct., declared that the migration should I* gtrrn trim by tW mrsidr *s .'U1IcIn chance for continued Rood health thrt mustard; Smith's da ;"a 9r\tI ;h\ sad- i '
...- :-\\ -':.\. the congress of the at valid and firm and produce the same ties. all sn'<"s-and wr rejoice to learnt mes. bridles and valieces ; a.ijnall as- ''

'fd S'ktcs. !..- an act, passed! on f'ff,' 'u at if it had been done within tW eenelitskmve will add. there are as it mutt trojtartly brcorrw a sartmc.\; of muslins cambriek, c/ -'' i
:/" t" "d day cf He I'tftt'tt tionth, did 1 i I determined prr d, tiz : the lime pro technical objections to the pea filed in place ofcoBsidrra&tr commercial ini- vat*. &e. blank books of every des option .Ir '
'.t")\ ;t:'. Hut untJ the end of the hits I!*crjl cd by the trth article. IVuofitself this taw-in a plea to tier jirisdktion pomacefrommItsrlipibleandcomman; ; bills of lading; grills, p,-aj ces. i"
." is ufthe cd cuati'ss; ,UIh' fro U tuffickiit exclude the idratkM I.CU.',court, it is ftrcev ry u slew that I I,I ding site and the fertility tad extent pocket g:asses, &c. :\Iso,In:xcdknt c
:i :> )& sooner im'.de. fur tl c tempo I the rmifttitutipn of the cortct it in torte there ill.butlWf COII'1 in wfc: brffeciaalju of its'efi bbothc-od 'O\A tl;,. QITAUKANTamta convetfent farnitrC'OOAt.W .

.rr ,r ovemnptrt-of the territories of I in ibis country. If any thing;cite i* 'Ji ,:.M .nd \\csi Florida, :'l: United" States, fit the be- of the cortet ire tfhkh -rottTif; : [ as 1
trxaty mat only pronmlgaind alone ought to k MiR tttt !!! ti.1tUL1. .
*. n true said |.arti s, conctudtd a t in the Inland ofXaSa w ," tin r 10 warr tttMr Mr i>,ittb'.h:j irisdicrion. -'.- ", ;;i; ---- tilifp Urcktrs and General Com: '. : ., !
t\ as'iT'lton!' on the 22d da ur I cbruM. in tot month cf January IRS, (about least there might tc t failure of Sch. John Motley, LWrrinMobik. nriaaiUn Jtr,41b. f
\l"i !9, a!!! the military, civil, end titc! inotitht after Spain had parted j juMifr.Ve are pet ettl y sttitfied that JO-'TI., wa say particular atten I.
:tea! sal i ;\ieh, exercised by the offier vit the wjvettagtty of the Ilotidas ibis court have jttrUdktion and therefore etaiarn.Sch. lien to the sate *f . ,
lUrjiet, )1'CJ Ud, MobttevIlitchclor
!iVi t.,e exist in j; .oternmcntof the, and if it teat promulgated in thrteproviticet otcrmh the plea and older the defendattt ,Piles,New-Orleans. COL"TllJPhoutCE.. -
: TU injJl be tested in such j cn pn and it mutbatc been after that to ptorrrd to shew cause if any .It.. ..__. Pcnsacota, Sept. 15-tf_ ,
rtoiis. and shall be exercised iimuclinucr time and loci since Ferdinand VII in he has,w by thr drc rer of Don lore Cal- "1 TUII.XK- FOR VERA CRUZ- I
asihe picstdent the United ratifying the treaty by the consent :rid ata, 'late gntrtt.i of West Florida, '
aihall direct, fur maintaining theU'aijt'ttts authority of the general tortes of the should not be carried imoettctation. OF wearing apparel supposed to be THE SCHOOXEK ,
cf saiu teiritorics, in the .nation had parted with the orereigT ty. ---- -- is at my hoo <-tKo-e who iJ JANE, (H I 'j
lit rnJQ}meet (d f tlieir iitcrtt! proper &:. It f ar.uat be seriously contend [The following otitrage spot the Attirricfcn -", have lost such artkks will call and examine _: Capt. Gerrish will sail on'or ,"
t.nd rtligion'Nou', kttov that by the rlcf,..ta1aDt' cotto .: tJ&t.g sjc.ill trust and confidence i in of Spain after thr tatificati&n of the proof of tbr necessity of crtivrs on thr I I CEO. 801/lE.Sept. ly,apply to Rol OLIVER or .
:. Jiite.ruy, patriotism, and abilitiesf tt cat i,could be convidf rrd in force in Westtlndia tation. We t-att our gotettii is, isi. CLARK. '.a
. f T.ajwr+ gcu"'ral ndrew Jar\.IOi., I do, the ct+Ut'U}' ctdrd, by tiriurofthrpro) eht will take SKit tnr**"?e*, as'f Sc UorstMtor S\\\ Pensacolt Sept 13-It_ '
ri 1 \ :' rue of.tt abote rr< itrd act, ap ,clamtttion of the cxccutite of tai: coup> will of! :taaily protect our commerce' 5\\\-.1
, 'v nt +,jim K c.crcueuttua tl.e said ,try"-Sue.h a ron tructi n and weir doctrine from a lama Ian banditti). V11: SULKY second hand, but ofarnnk w : I :
- tid territories, under such circuintscc i is incompatible with the sott- I'ftltn the !oj book of the ScHx>nrrStamprr promise for a Ions journey -o\ice.... . : i I,1!
as hate been or my he't'"flf"l'i rei tity of the United Stales ..orertheFlorida bound from St. Autpminr.M -The HORSE, of plain appearance -
< ; ascribed ,to him, by my mttiuo.oiii *. Hut it is laid the proclamation Florida, to Hat ana, S. lands, )has bat fully to ,all road service-pow ri HE subscriber presents his 'rtsJi : 1 j i
and lAw, the und declares that all tans erful, cheerful and stfr.-Enquire at
by fiU powers the and tau ter. puts to the inhabitants of Pensa
siuiouiies Heretofore vxerusea liy the of in rin.\cr. I the Fforidian office, or at Collins )Ho and his
; nicipat regulation Spain are cola and its vicinity,, tenders .
. htumor, and tapiJn general, aunt in force -it mud 1 eJ'Cmrnaffn.cod, that the Wednesday 32d AuruU,3 'kc k tel. .*..n' ti* his prot t!lon ss SHIP or . ," 1
"n ': of Culvu a"l'\Jbv,thf" *"f,\ I rat t ana \\ cst *, uituin the fIfalW; l1eaded to fttau'. that the r.fi'- votttb, we were bailed by a piratical \ sold at auction on the branches-and hopes by his assi- !
proxtin.cs; r pectiiely, and1du au- ernaicnt of Spin au tea ,"d, and that ] scStofetkr. and commanded tIrate o I > f 3th instant, half of LOT No.1W dtout attention tobusineis and his utmost \
Iwu: nbc and in. o\\'cr him, the said '.* of the United States hat commencrd- to. We were soon boatdctl by ; together \tMt two small{ Houses endeavors to please, tomerit on- fIt

Jicksor, t" execute and fulfil a Ile :,these thirds quaKf: ) thoe 0mer, l mordtrclivd ten men from said whonrr, armed on the same, situated on Intendant such patronage as an experimental ,. r' v'
; of this )t.rescnt appotntn-tiit ac- ores and limit them to mean only -ith m ,tkrts, swords an cnhr.? to tau { and to hate and told u to far;as is rompalHtlewitb thcd.uae ordered our ctr.below, placed a tvardoter back !**)-the property of John Duncan bas built in almost all ,parts of the /, -r
tilt' same, tvitti all its powers and I ol"fco crci*ntt-,1s well might he con them and commented phindt and toM under execution in favor United States, and has (;inn general .
:;i"iti"! 7's until the end of the attend that Spain *ia le;i&late at tai s the cargo the principal part of :chic h, of laM Newton. Sale about 12 o.d!$d. satisfaction ; aDd has visited this placet! ;
'"iI.lIl cf congress, unless ptoti )on :j time fur the fIDridu-IA"f.: inbiJon being they remoted to their own rest., and attendance feyJAMES well recommended, and hopes to become .. .
r 'oucer maue, for the gotcrnmentthe rte of the attributes of sovereignIt They then proceeded to the cabin aidplundefrd I : WILSON I). ShiT.Sept. useful and at alt times will) be .
f s.itj territories, so cttJcd b) .must cxclusitely belong to the*<,,+. it of emery thing .iIIl..* e. IS, l .n. -.w.-pr. fee gl SO happy to serve those who will be so ; .
' pain, ta Uie United States:-)Pnm- c Feign uwrr. Can it IK tcriously con' not paring) the trunk of tir passes I good as to favor him with their custom. i
'however, aid it is the true iistcur tended t ftltatthe conkUtaticn of Spain gets, or the quadrant and u Jrsronr of, ;\\ l.CDSC -
. "i mtaniag of the.e presents, thi$theAntJl'tw ",is :.n force here a* one of the laws and the tefcrL{ They drmandrd all the,Irl-'JII: saSscrtoctrs have just received With respect* I am your ohe.lient

u Jackson, or :.tJ' personing mutmipjl rei:ilatiens, continued in money and watcher abeat the person Isle arrivals from t eorth't,frvant, JOHN S. WILSON. -
; uodr Jiini, or in lite 4ul, terri- I force b)' the proclamation of the goy fir UM master and pwseui ers, k threatened and OrtfAM* the rvl..int l'cnscolaSept. &-tfT. '
, not, sti4ll have no power or authori19 ,,.grove founded ca the art of confrcit s,j them with i&sunt death in raw* S. lie is desirous of entering into t
&Uy ur collect auy new ur additi1 -!"to catty into effect the treaty.Vj j of rcfctal to deliver or attempt t*coa* O\DrD copartnership with some gentleman of
-.t 1 t:xrs,,or to grant or co ,fimi to hate now clca,h proved, .e Mirte, .ccal any thing. which they arc enabled to sell on very some capital or to form a company tn 's

'Fpcrion, or persons \ho'oe'tr.1'f that the constitution of the tortes 1.11 i There appeared to be shoat thirty t low terms. carry on thet>usines". He aso will establish m
title or claims to cauclm wiiiau the 'not ;n force here. 15 y the second section men on board the piratkal scSoonrr, Bales she+rtag: and shirting; a Blacksmith Shop, as there is .. . '.-

I Ii i of Jhc act jut referred to, the lre-1:principally Spaniard, one only rout Heady laude r'otltlnq oDdsttng of a gentleman who came on to this part '. .'
,letratrtiuny: whereof, I have caused ,sident cf the Lnited States is authori speak FjtglUh.. The schooner** ,W6ere white /trilling, florentine) stripped I ,.cf the country with him who is equal -+ Ito
I we letters to be made patent,said the tad, to hatt the civil military, and judicial painted black,.,tem grrn,andher lean and case+imerc pantaloons, Sic. anT in his profession, and will be r
,|Uc} f the United States tote hereon* povrc exercised in such acmnrr bottom lead-. \\ hilt jean round jackets ; !thankful to all for their patronage.WAS1K .' 2 : I Art
'f ttd. fihf'" ..ulfr rut h..nttl ., .. }%, m"f 'itt.t: fear 'tc tmot !*,... S. LI D5. Blank books : : r '.
.! City of Washington, the lOtli day tended that he has cot to II L. r ;
authority, 4
I J books
'/effti \. Rll* tt do depot Spelling ;
aluchA. D. 1821 I; and of the in.tdtncc place the judicial power wherever he 'ILL practice LAW in Pensaco- 4
and that I was on hoard for said 2 sets Cbltty's criminal tar "'
say .
of the United States of A* pica set.Vc I. r Walker's la. His Oiz ice is in one end of -
schooner dictionary
Stamper at ; ,
apastemrrr r
i ( ca, the. forty-fifth. \ trill now proceed to khetr, that ; the time hr was boarded and plunder- 6 boxes 8 by K) window glass or the ,Capt. Seville's house. s ,
SitD .
d) JAMLS MOKROH the Fensacola. Sept. I.lircckeuvKlSfc .
did consider the
president not constitution
fitst .,I .
1Se rd, and the above staicaient it In<. ,
Irvsident JOHN of tie wines teas in force' I JONATHAN X. nonl SW. double and single boxes, good quality < & ea.1TTQN.VJES \\, : ',:, ; P
) Qutfccr ADAM .this country and for which purpose.II SS casks nail*, 4, 6.0, 10, 12, and SOd t
fora this commission we collect the it is only tieeeary to refer to the pre- I Sworn before me rails and I2d brads ; .iT L.tJt\' .
Eat it was the sill and inltnlioudcntto sidcnt't instructions, contained in the E. 0. Fottn, j. r. c. c.Pcatacola Bridles amt an elegant patent saddle; 'TILL practice in the different .

intcsl .; rrcrnorJae k- potemorS commission; trfccrcin betakes September ,1S2I.. 10 casks Virtttiia Tobacco,tint(|urty.Bcxes f f Courts or West Florida and :. i
P:yth all the civil, military and jut from him the power of grantingor a' co.aldtltt! the state of Alabama. f

the l powers exercised by the officcis making concessions lands, or confirming , COMMttlCAttfl.DIED Hogslirads hams and bacon, In exert August IS-tf'. .r
Spanish goiernmcnt over the those previously tnadr. .-On 11'cdnrsdzjmthe! 13th utt.En leaf order SAMUEL FRY '
tida t, before the cbMKc Or tor c. Now if he considered the constitution ' the tsmitv-third year cf bar agr, 56 barrels fresh fivun : i rORNEY ATLAtiVneritdoorm, .
-tttr, *. lie was empowered by the of the cones in force in this tout Mrs* Eut..ucnus, daaghirr of Dr.Wm. 10 !o prim park I /SL East of Collins' HotcL, l '

Section of the act of congress try to have given lh<'*e Intructicnlor H. Newberryof Frankfort, Kea a-, Allo-from the Caarach read I'cnlidJo o. I 3-tf Pensacola September 1. '- 0I
're Ued-with such limitations exprcshly to have limited bit power itt lack, .ndf'O'Doftor Mr.John Pant shan OO O ft. Imiubtr ta '\\. I r .4
ktTct to such instructions as these particulars, would have been useless of th** Theatre In liJt'pUte. Weare K7Books,Pamphlets,Cards,BUnkn .. .
pJu, the dent from time : and unnecessary-as the conttttntlon that great rncoainsii are Gae"\ Slain \t\e and every description of Printing dons; : '
I ttoprescrbe) The said p9 w-' of the tortes took away from thecaptain often tarisfhtd on the memory of thr de- WVCHE k }.OSTER.rmnC with neatness_k expedition .at the,Flo I II '
then as aforesaid art Umited\mlXj I general, the Intwc1ana.nd go-.,,sited. with perhaps more respect I f> I:.Stpt. u.-tl I rtdlaa, Pct. ,,. _.. !. "

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\tr. 'DdCTOIt 2KONAUG1IAS Valuable 'Property For Sl ,
Tor YI.CJTI1& eft bY V u .
y \\. l n'ET CU. substantial fast sailing a'*uciatd with Inn in the THE subscriber ofiers for sale aDht
Briratitinc practice of MEtJl.I: Z, Join Y. aceommodaUDgpricts, the}
I AVE per and ENDEAVOUR /}. r*t rA/r.M.D. Thtir shop is next following LOTS i Nos. 342, 34', ,
Planter from IViladcIphia assort, : dune to tk (lotefmir Office, where I ;45, J46, 347, 337, 538, 335, 335, 33y:
now opening an ctcah ATTmti master tmrl!* about oo bKSaid they wilt! rtcuotr these time to profess: ALSO-Two very agreeably situated
of %U"I hating lately had: tfeowttR!* sgonal bosiuEu. September I-tr. JRDEWLOr&iXQ*. 52 And 33-loj
(Q@C IDg I h-put is now is corn: ktr order far '- feet front each, and 170 feet depth, l K..
; stock D will any tDJ.V"or pattktiUfS innwiUf :,i't- S t ft t U an; pug south from the spring. For terms
farmer .
with their the attention of thn tlt'l the captain on hoard, or to J.lltft": (t.1/.11t%!MJSHCIMATS. and conditions apply to

worthy to urdtaw. They aG>r for I'tritr,htt. r.., .., strut, ojpw6: IAt' GOVCTArQ. P. ALBA

: j I ]c,for Cash of C tlo*>, rl-:::! ,,\:ILL. 'fs.. hfwtly attend ta'*ny h\i- -Pensacola'. Sept. t-tf.-----..,
For llaiana or t't.Or14" n y .t0rsaeatrnitedtistem. NV person wishing to purchast ,
packages dark .** Wijfcl rfcrjlri, They elan fir.a."e a general aittrtwr 1k the valuable privilege of a '
Mark and wbh,MM jcd and :a- f( THE fast sailing Sloop EN- .* .iIl.oakiE ; across the bay of Peniacol: from Pal ferry.

cy Prints; 4i AUf.:.\von, JlttUf J. llntili, C 1s'ot4" J fox: street to Navy cove, may learn tie
\ orded 'k Jek"' net*, a master. haiittr.... arc susmoAattnn /lard
; : new a kd: article; \. Tor r""icht o passaxr apply iepotarrd. ;; office. JOHX CHAPLIN
do '" Kiltin hair |*Jtd. and te the (captain en board, sir to T" Lw :: Sept. 8-tf .'. .frio./cr lilt proftrltt01',
t: \8rdnjwtn r 1'. AI.B.t.Pensacola Eal1Mut r:

do t tAttlfisirlj'awl 1 checked, pink, !Sept.-tf __ .. I !rte ; ". 'r1\c Custom House,:-
:! 1.IIucat Hlic (_Jhtjfhani; f I1HK v..hnip,Attorney at Law. . liH l"vs, tit an kimis ; C 5 for ties J/rcocnt. opened ai tictM
; do sapelhe S rr wekrfi, newest will r'an in e bi all the Courts.f \\1.iMr aid frown Soap; JL dente of the deputy Collector, 01
1'. West fIorila. lie may W found at ass "PM leers r' he extreme left of the public squL"t,
do I it I aaperSieatn Loom Sh tr- chamber leI Collis*' II trL I..r tsgrr fronting the harbour. >"Hours from

ting a; : J. C. MITCHELL.ST : ttranely A. M. tl* 2 P. M'Itcnsacola
> do .* Irish U MWN sotwtid. flhkr I.---'f sioill'srwl, Sha1ir llotea; tI I, Sept. 8-- *tf
:: do eoiarcd ScftrfacK' CanUJn Crapes; I C wmV of
every dtscriptiouPlaying : -
rit VuMtv
do black Jkj. ftP* and SMWIU ; CardsLetter ; JOHN C. CRAWFORD &; Co.
d India I-ev s *fitte, .._tf'd. AV'XCi csmeocrtt! business in Writing, Wrapping:paper; : arrived from New yore
tlu dotIIH cS1tIt1Iqs It $bfttiftiA; th' ptacef tender tKeir srni esmt And other articles which will be soli HAVE a fresh supply of SHOES,,.
do d9 8tttK' itCliaitiitdo ..,, ; tg snirals0mtuil,4lon nn modrrtit' \'f1't's.< August IS.-tfV. mon which are >
t" ( low.J'I'kM India M ilia. ; ( trrtI131J1.o&. Gentlemen Morocco, f fine and Coarse
I do IJjuttbBMtts, tmsortrd; T1rr y rill make liberal alliance on conlten JU\\1\ l\t\ni ttr & Cta.OJtftttilt L BOOTS; -

d.Mti.'f '/ hose )'Ilankrtx ; *.JIW''ftt; ", required, and assure > t'l Metrs. r7.jntr tf Ifatthtag Ladies kid Boots and Slips, ate
do O t codes fllat;",i iRJ; those who may be pleased te hn&r them *' .I. tiell Store, rocco and leather;
: do 1 6A I sllost.-4, J.l k. J. with their<'oft We:we, that strict punctuttRty for sale the following :atti-: Misses and! Childrnisdo4:
da tr'u; sirrTettltlete.crimson; sill be reserved, and curry exer HAVn vizsDK. JK. /iA/uerf J.tPjiff yjtRjflSfff
do fenUcmefcs r- ...a: imitation ion owl for their iftt rest.IHfet 'ktf and pork for ladies and gentlemen shoes, bar,
I heater a Haut; MOfc S %. inn ft, do mackerel and beans ; ness, trunks, ice. will shine without pot

I do meek slwll.1! 1gh k Mile Combs' ; 3.>:D Ms. Whisky' ; do whisky k N. Oilcans moUsses! i&l ing. -Likewise,
blue *td WK s ead and oil BLACKING: ,
t Direct from the do sperm tamp ;
w "*r
I' % low priced Ctotfcs; 50 family Buses cider port and C'ludfine: ; For gentlt-mens hoots and shoes
fad, fetntoM*a aril ml m2. a Mills i aid Pork; do Cherry brandy and sweet oil ; Together with Shoes of alt du rip.
{ liwulUrcWrfc tU mess chocolate lions! fur sale John Garniet'i
drag i M ** bur, do sperm candles and ; opposite :
: a.tv1.. t c....batted and damask t JO is'p Sh1l do seftrsmd nests of boxes ; :auction store i'ermcola, Sept. 1. tftJD !

) Silk.." .._t18....... I rM:........ :-..". dn1ait 10 key l..nI'anI.. do mustard,nab,; rose* and peppermint L ii1.tll1 'U -
}; \ awlllriuanias eolas..l .......ft'tICntal.I : .- HI s-.Jfl Cod 'nn; do garden\fl' seeds and fish hooks all
I ( S II..... Sugar ; : bbls. prime Herrings, this )'urlnm
I 8 Barrels Porter; sizes; ,may: he had on early 3pplir t 01l.
;et U1 cltecLs; Bales of and tobacco ,
hops j
Bolts Lemon birup i M'ELUEE St
: 1 ; m FERGUSON.,
and i
Linen Butter and Cheese ; ,
and tewing Hilkn; Cftco.ini Tobacco A gtBcral assortment of shoes ke. August IS.OFFER .
catered 'Sr twt and 2 ". f
f Crmp fsJ Molasses Pcru acolaAugust IS-tfJO < my professional strut
t0'llhdi. ; _
: Craped an.1ttin t late Shawls; 3.Tkrres Claret Wine ; I II N GAlt.N1Eli. ,i.as an Attorney and Counsellor x
atl(1 white tiilk i
I.a\v office is A. Collins'tel. II
Fodder and Oats sHouMioId : my near
atMetrln.Hwei Corn flay rats! t* traax"reh.1LC,
furniture, consisting of I shall attend the courts mMobittBlakdy
fd l.no amt: look aIuilins ; Cojcnkte Brandy;
: fort Claiborne and (
bedsteads ke. .one
talks I Holland and American Gn|
;ill IJuUmts : ;
I I in the state of Alabama.
SMn1 ( ) capcetcd -
into Thready Taps, Cotton 100.000 Old Whhfey;
1 about to Digest
in a day or two. t
l>all.fec. He. llo. Bacon I 1z :gar ; the Laws of the State of A hiJOHN .
1 ce plated CsuwHeMicfe** casters 5000 ; Bottled Cider and London Porter; whh: J'e QW in rorc. Proj.uts'
i bottle. Shot rwwueti in bags;, *1 f''*o.4i Lead**1 n in bars keg, Qiders SO/700 for particular lumber.
1 . and red I.ead ground in Oil ; 10 warded to Mi Ulas and other: mill to be Philadelphia Soap; ; H. CHAPLIN.Pensacola .

J : >>. Ktili, 4il to 0tt; 13 Al. Dutch sawed. SattadOil; \uS' ls-tf

ilk. fO bwxr* EnaiC..R Glass 1. VI.RAS \It"T\\\, Long Cork Claret; k:1""* The Editors of the CahatiHunttvitlc '
by in, to by 12: s nd 12 ty U; Inca- JUST RECEIVED :and for Prime Baeon Ham $ and Tort Claiborne paper]
f :s Ctlasw t, decaauti, s nlilets, .., a.the comer of Water and Kbrtkerji Oats in barrels i are requested to insert the aborcUinf.
", Tu.atA.'s, SH fc' I. crate Mat kct surety, Xo. 2. Fresh flay: ; times, and forward their bills()
: : .-mI l Wr, rom>**ii"K m jrnral office.
1)a' I bluff cud Rjt..t J UV --,. Mftckcrct in bUff ;
t f1m t ; J SO but1, "bil.dt"phia do do pantalvnns; llcony Cotton laging.August.
; ; hiskey ; S qr. casks superior l.on-: do blueBumbazetteeatt and Ira tficttnt I t plIE SUBSCRIBER tendershwjt,
.n IartkularJadcira Wine, import-j talxms paw. JL.rices to!his friends and the puWij

; in 1818 ; 2 da. London funkutar Toilinct tnd common; figured Vests r1h.e. as ship and customhouse broker, u]
: "*; 7 do.superior) Claret Wine White Jean and Linen pftbtatoons;; 'f UST RECEIVED, per schooner for the translation of manifests, and
boxes do. 13 demijohns superior old line Limn shirts ; 9! Planter,from Philadelphia : thcr ocuments. J. PESCAY.rcnsacob .
;; Brandy I' barrels cider; 2 do Cotton do temmon shirts: 1 Sideboard ; Sept. I, 1821.--3t

No. 1 Chocolate; 7 cases Sweet Gingham,elite k Mack twilled 2 Desks ; -
; 40 barrels Xor England Bum ; 20 ; pantaloons li Bedsteads ; I E, SOUSS1GNE offre ses acetic
.. brown H&nata Sugars ; J boxes Dick pantaloons; Dining tables ; A sea amis, et au public, com
do. IS fag Rreen do. CoCTre ; Ladies kk and morocco shoes, ta* Breakfast do. ; t courtier de dotlane: et de Bailment
bales* fresh Phibdrlpliia Hay ; 1X sinus colors ; Ladies work tables, &c. &c ainsi que pour la traduction de mu
of Oats. Apply to, fnts,ct autrts documents.j. .
i Children morocco shoes :and boots ;
AND ON CONSIGNMENT, Centtcniet's fine and common shoes ; WM. SALTONSTALL. rnscATPensarole ,
A% do do. boots. and pumps ; N. B. The furniture can be examined Septcmbre 1,1821 Ji J-

,,, t,wv Or 1"ru'h.t7. Rots fine and common shoes ; on application at Fishers Tat era. i.AAT.. l'a rmcm tier&: J. JJelaI1AVE ::
Clothes brushes September I-1m.TvriUtaU I
sett Dining TaWes ; 1 maho ;
;onjr : opened an office of BBOKII!
\ 7 Sideboards 6 Itareans eailemew's fine and common hats.WO .
; ; ; & 'Vt\\$()n where every transaction ;
:2 fashiunahlt card and wntk Tablr; ./ .IT // /. .&//.e, their line of business shall be attend
J stork.: stands; 2 Secretaries ; IS large Htea. Ictperial & Gunpowder Teas; HAVING established\ themselves with promptitude precision. Fr
Busts Na.1 do Cider ( tender their service
single frilM Bedsteads; 3 curled supetIor tics&iar care will be bestowed oo skipping
apl*. *n With print do. quality ; ? to the public for the tranS'tt .
business inasmuch A
at they
AI.S.O-An Invoice of lint saute d III (,:J........ n of the '
authortzatwn ll'm. S. 'smiJ.'
,\ ) :LI'JlIA COHUACIE, SO Ws. Mackerel: -do nice ; Stueml t'ammtsston Jhttwesa. e ]. acting eoHeetor for; tarort10a'
4o Jamaica Rom and Holland Gin Those who favor them with consi .
Ilo/e) all MM*** nod Sp. ..t* Yarn ; n.menu. flounce themiefac* at Custoafff >
-' sea litM-s* hand Ht eit. Joe k frum 2 btidt. bacon .may rest assured that every effort Broken.
I. .lines, twine<< tat ions kituls, h 1.en. 1'cpsanrla<< August is- 4fLAW will be everted to promote their in. Contracts; consultations, documn

I jfh J lines fi btng Imrv kr. :tc.&pll"m'tt. HOOKS, < t J5if B. They will par particular attention in of to
_. r --- X'S Civil Uw, a y the three languages now
EUOU to the disposal COTTON, and
1' in this place, or old instruments trU:
: 1 .\Uj} -1\\' l \\ C' Chancery, other country produce.
1'hitip's Ltidence, ticttxraccxs.Messrs. lated from or into. the English, Sp
: Vatr Itf' ish or French.
r-:4'i Ortt.:
Jacob Peabody k Co.. Boston.
2 :Setts Anerkiitt Speeches, 2v.Phillips' To warrant to the public whose S
1 Samuel Marsh Newyork.Leonard .
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they solicit the correctness
.-..- Recollection OrC1&fnn, tronage ,
: 1n: subscriber would ,.sptctfullJ l'1tiUi. Speeches, Messrs. Stokes, Esq.k Smith Baltimore. their operations, they inform that&*
give public notice:>> that he has o- Memoits of N'ipolron, Petersburg* establishment is made under the t-
Virginia. tfRESPECTFULLY ,
; the a!;ote named house tm law 1 Srtigfrranllin't Works, \uf{: IS.- pressed //lro a/idn of lit* .Axtettt

t4L1ic quare/7pp ; : ( for gmtlrtwn end la- 1 kit Gold .hh".. Works !t. offers his servi- they are the only tyorn Interpreter*
he hopes will be thought desirable, Jind t1Irid '*South A mcrica,5v. : as Land Surveyor tAeJlrit Afforf the United Statet Cow:
b not extensive jHl Humbwfcli* New the tettwt bf,rr tAe County Court
Hehaag (>> Spain.Itirrlrnriditc's ; he can produce indisputable! testimonial
f' and feed for horw at hay... : History ofthe war, rs t>f his quuHBcattuns; he will LlCam ia. Doth have long been
-Also a good 11-\TII HOUSI, ll avnf,', 1.ikofVashingtonfr also act as conveyancer: and draw instruments practice similar to what they uno *'
II'C cither hot or cold; baths may be tiHir" (trrcce, it.Vtu of writing with neatness anddispatch. themselves for, they trust to be able
( ... at any time. '2 New man's Spanish Die.tmtarlr : Prnsacola, August U-tr, satisfy the persons who will fIn.
: lie will hate elegant ten pen' alley 2t.flu. them.
: in three davs. iia tcti** do. do. JOHN GAHMEU.AUCTIOXCER The office is on the great square*,

davs.I'HATHVAY. ; \II.'", ., k COMMISSION posits to the: old government house. .
I Sent -tf J JX'Ult tisalircrt' DliOtI e. Mbucit,\HI.OFFERS < . 1'rnsarnli. Sent B--It

HM'.LV.l, j JULks, his lentke forth sale of -|'UST RECEIVED, pert sets
The Schooner i'rrnch and Spanish Testaments, : Country produce, J Planter from Philadelphia:
'fi tarp Ste. ke. ALSO, Real and Personal estate. 2QO bunches onions ;
A U \\ V V fc t .
: L. M. PO.MROYSMKT.1LW X. B. Goods stored.Pcnsacola 50 Barrels best rye "hlskt1'ZS
intended as a regular! bKLd, R.ISOR sTR.rrs,
_.Aug. I?-(ifFAKASOLS. Boxes soap;
sail on or about the lit of Octo Acknowledged to be r.r".pttlor to any 3Q Boxes porter

r. For freight or pa\tage, ,baring rtfrbeffHr used in our country, for :20 Do.. cider;
accommodation, apply to Cupl. ....Ift taw for cash,by OXE hundred ,elegant PARASOLS 3 Cats! cheese ;
Barro, or to : I .. \\ tlAVISOX.Aug. latest fashion, will be dlspo- 10 Half barrels crackers: : ; .J
JNO. k: JOS. C. KC\.SER... I ) gs-tf self of together or.cru ttJr. Enquire 1 Case hats : .

IVntacola, Sfpu aKOIl /-- ''OTl( J.:. at Miss'f"Imou',.opposite the mayor's For Sale by, '
dwdlinf EKYSERSept. J
are hereby forbid
persons crto
IVnsacoh: August 23,1911. I--3t
C ofdiflcmasin
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; tlngany LuUdlAIPor tmspa-sing .
Oakum bales--and aboat in whatever NOTICE.X '
any[ manner on the tt2.etor . LUMJIKll.Q17AHC .

(Q'2QQi' feet Scantling; land lying between the Bayou, at the consequence or the death of S. D. Umber; !
Apply to lower Dlork House at IVcsacola, andBayou Jlutcb D1s. the prosecution of the S Plank of descriptions "; ,
WM. SALTOXSTALL" Chico; and belonging to the Auction and Commission business devolves Pickets :
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heirs of Juana Sattlr.l.ATOIN& .. 1
on the subscriber, whcf tenders &e. !
x 1\\le.v.1a (\xl SMngle, !
\ ()to i
J his .nfcu accordingly. For Sal! by the subscriber. tPp',
anted-lp lf as above. For AIIUtV'"lid Or oMrrccstcola JI,.". JOHN
Prt jcol ,Att j.:S-tf. r Sept. 8 ---tt ,.A ag. 15,1S 21. Itt ln\CCb. Aut 2.,-.tf 11 ttl..

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