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 22, 1821
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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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VBUH1 .WCEXLYBY If the contrary ofwhttthcy aura II may know ia what manertliej ought lions aad coafislona of which we ,/lrors- NICHOLAS & TUNSTALL, pmredthe Iuds which art granted tothen to ask fort.hcma.Dd oa vbat condition hiss examples every day. We tare I by the surveyor. *
At $*. Per annum in ad\1U1ce-iC the shall be taken bltkith all the lands can be grated or soles fat those abojtdfrdit Ttry. reqtisitc t the Aar. 15. he'.id."dtJt'l1"a.lwitft." ,:
gs arc not pad within, the first quarter bnprovements they have raadenpoa It. who arc la possession without the IMCceisary iurtarie of this city tad the comma- i certified copy of the ISm shall'be t i, Ir .t-'
58 \ Acquired Continuance 13.: At tit time when they-tahe the titlcseay know the steps they dUb of posts, shall not tale any acknowledgement searbythe surveyor to the intendant (,..
.of subscription at the discretion oath, the abate rujticalm are to be ought to tike to come to aa adjvitotent of con eprsce cf land to the end that. on the original there be t ,. 4
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oT the Editors, up to the discharge attended to; sad DO lands are to be that the commandants tad >.:b<
of all arrearages.prtanstMEYrs . granted for any negroes; which arc not sates of the iniendiacy, muij Lc informed kr(gnntot) present* and delivers to attorney the necessary title paper; to F ..,, "
: by the square<< gl for proved to be lawfully and wholly the of what they sight to obscrre; the buyer!', the title which he has ob r this will lie annexed the certified c p1' ) ::.
the first, and 50 ccsits for every other property of tbe emigrants nor for the that the surveyor general vf this city tailed and in addition, bets' ; careful to forwarded by the surveyor. The original
insertion. wife< whoa be brings with him unless and the particclar sartefors who Insert the deed the metes aad bounds,.! shall be deposited In the office of .
::::=;=;;__________ === she is proved to be his lawfcl wife. In arc under: him, may be festrtcted oC and other description which result I the secretary of the treasury, and' care a' !
2 LAW.: default of making such proofs be U to the formalities With whtcd they oughtto .from the title,and the/tr cfrttr6of I shall be taken to make annually a book .
SPANISH REGULATIONS be taken as coming within the description mate lane,.of lands Of'lots f*rbkh .the sent; which ought to accompany of all which have been sent, with an-
I given in the :ad article. shall be conceded, sold or arranged for; it. I alphabetical list,to be the more useful frr
roa THEJLLOTMK.YT OF J A.VDS. 14. The new settler to whom lands that the secretary of the finances may .k aT. 8. la ease that the small depth: when It is necessary to have recourse
No. I. have been granted,shall lose them without know the fees he Is entitled to, and the which the points,upon which the landon I writ and for greater security to the .
((; ) recovery,If in the term of one year,, duties be has to discharge,and that none the river Is generally: formed, prevent .:!''en ; Gaycto fvrthe
jrirr adtntnittraticcf' on* . ),
Land upon tbem, or if in the third rear he which may lead to the greatest advantage to usage, there shall be givena wanted can be fonndj tM surveyor shall /t
1)W'ltutlon if shall not have put under labour ten ar of aa object so important ia itself greater quantity in front to compensate also have another book numbered, in ; 1!
Instructions to be obssrvcd! by th: pens in every hundred. i as the security of property, under theconditions it; or tf ao ether person asks the which the proccs-verbal of the survey \ l lr.
c oajmartdar.ts of the posts in this pro 15. lie shall not possess the right to to enlargr, change or re concession,or to purchase it,it shall be he makes shall be recorded, and as well
?mr e, for the admission of new settlers: sell his lands, until he shall have produced Coke that which tIme aid circumstances divided equally between the persons on the original, which ought to be deposited
I. If the new settler comes from an three crops,on the tenth part orbit may discover to be float ascfil and nearest to it,that may repair. the banks, on record, as on the copy inteuded .
o-'n-post' :: in the province| where he lands which shall be well cultivated proper, to the attainnttat of the end roads, aDd bridges, ia the manner asbefore to be annexed to the title, he
has obtained a grant of land) no other ; but in ease of death he rnayleue to which the benevolent Intentions of prescribed. shall note the folio of the book in whichhe ..
t'.'."it shall be made to him and if be them to his lawful heir, if he has a resident his majesty are directed; I have re- ACT. 9. Although the Sing renounces has enregisteredthe figurative .plat
lal
undertakes to fir himtelf down, he must in the country. If he has coheir sol ted that the following regulations the possession of the lands sold, of survey ,
bu%,.lauds, or produce my special permission in the country they shall in no r- shall be observed.AUT. distributed or conceded ia his name, ART. 111m the office of the finances
for the grant; and in order to tent go to an heir who U not of the 1. To each newly arrived family those to whom they are granted or sold there shall also be a book numbered,
dfertnire whether he has before ob- country, unless such heir shalll1"lOlI'e (theymtfemilU ncswllt) who are ought to be apprised that his majesty where the titles of concession shall be ...
u.ned tend: or not, the commandant of to come ai.d reside in it, conformably possessed of the necessary qaali ca- reserves the right of taking from the recorded, in which beside th, ordinary ... /
the pent from which be goes, shall express to the established conditions. lions to be admitted among the Dumbtr forests, known here tender the name of clauses, mention shall be made of :"
it in his passport. 16. Debts contracted out of the province of cultivators of these provinces Cypress woods the wood which maybe the folio of the book in which they are
2. If thf' new settler is a stranger, cannot be paid with the produce and who have obtained prrmissioa necessary for his use, and more especially transcribed: there must also be a note
and is not.a ft.mcr, nor married, nor of lands thus granted,if there are debts of the government to establish tbrm- which he may want for the navy : taken in the contadoria or chamber of l
has property in negroes: merchandize I due in the province, until after five whet on a t lace which ty hate chosen in the same manner, and with the accounts of the army and finance's and .
or raonoy, he shall have no right to so-! harvests shall have been gathered. II there shall be granted far sire, if same liberty that the undertakers haTe that under the penalty of being void.
** f our y ark, conducting himselfwell sat'r to eject the settler from the coun- (oar, six, or eight aspens ia front CMH they are not to suppose them have a like book, aiU at the time of taking -
in some honest and useful occu- try, before nr t..11 !.... **-> the -. river by the ordinary depth of for selves authorised to take more than is the note shall cite the folio of the
pation. three crops necessary to give him the ty Arpcns<, aid if It is at *nj VIM_ :U.., ..-....., *nr to make use uf itpUui"I!; "nnlr w..*w it Is recorded.
3. Artisans shall be fully protected dominion of the soil, and the right to tbe qll.abtithib: they shall be jadg- those which are cat down, and which A..... III EtpPrimes prwcs UlZh &.._ .j .
but no land shall be grantca to them dispose of it, the lands shall then again ed capable to cultivate, and which shall are found tobt unsuitable. number of those who have asked for
hate and ol be deemed for for In the cf land think themselves the legal owners
until they acquired property become united to the domim necessiry pastare An. 10. posts Opeloosas
have: lived three years in the exercise ofthctr the king: and in the same state shall his beasts In prop+rtioa according to and AUkapas the greatest quantity of of It, those who have obtained the first
art or pror nion. be granted alternately to the young thenutabercf whitthe family is composed land that can be conceded, shall be one decree by which the survey is ordered H, :
4. To no unmarried emigrant who man and young woman residing withinone ; ucderstaodu that the coacesstcn league front by the same quantity in to measure it and put them in possession i r
has not a trade or profession, shall league of tbe land: which shall thus is never to exited eight hundred depth,aad when forty arpens cannot be ethers after the survey has been
[ands be gi anted till after the espira, become vacant,' who by their good conduct aspens In superScit*. obtained ia depth a half a league maybe made:: have neglected to ask the title for t
tit; ;:. cf four years; and then only on hismewing shall best desert e such a gifu-. ART. '. To obtain the said concession granted, and for a general rule it is the property, and as like abuses'continuing )
; that he has been without interruption "'Ili question, who is entitled to this i if they are haled for ia this city, established,that to obtain in said postsa for a longer time will augmentthe -
hotully'emptofC'd in the preference, shall be decided in' an ate the permission whuh has been obtained half a league in front, by the same confusion: and disorder which will K
cultivation of the earth, without\ whichnccasar scmbly! of the most eonsiderxlskpco to establish thcmelve ia the placefrom quantity io depth the petitioner must necessarily result. We declare that
he shall not be the cf hundred bead of cattle no one of those who have obtained the I tl f
y circumstance pIt, headed by the commandant; which go1"cr'Dor.ught to accompanythe be owner Clone '"
tin-tied to a grant. dccUusa they shall mike without any petition; and if in any of the /..***, some horses and sheep and two staves,! said degrees, notwithstanding in virtue I
s, tf any person, as described in the expense. 1 hey shall only consult m* the ccmraaadafct &. the same time will and also in proportion for a larger of them the survey has taken place. ',l
last" article, after having lived in the in i the case making known the circumstances state that the lands asked for are ta- tract without the power however of and that they have been put in possession 't .
cuartJ.)" two wart, shall .obtain; a recommendation for my approbation, :and: shall c.&Alt and belong to the domain, and exceeding the quantity: before mention cannot be regarded as owners of {
land their real titles delivered I :
from a farmer of bon- that the has obtained until are
without delay put the deserting per : petitioner permission ed. l
cw, who shall "be willing, from his in- son in poi "ioD.Ir. of the government to ettablUh, Aar. II. As much as it is possible completed with r all the formalities her, ,'IIt'
cbiiry. and application, to Bite him his The forms established by my bittutm and referring to the date of sad the local situation will permit, no fore rcdttd.r
c. IJ''Miter in l1ulrril 1.1 soon as the predecessors, in which to petition for i the letter or adfire they have receited.A interval shall br left between concessions ART. 19. 19.1lIthosewhopossessJandsin : '
n."u ila<7e is accomplished in due form. lands, shall be followed under the eou.dJtJtlns .... :3. Thou who obtain cot ce.. because it is very advantageous virtue of formal their titles (tttrtt fot-
be shall 'In: entitled to ref else a grant eapressed in whir order, wits, .i.Bt es the bank of the ri..n. ou;:ht to hat the t blihroents touch as much' ,1.) given by excellencies thee ..
of .dtvJ. agreeably! to the terms contained tbe difference only that when the quantity make, ia the first year of their pot* when it became under the \
in this instruction. of Und amounts to or exceeds sign lrtti sufikieat to prevent the inundation ether mutual support, as for the more powerof f
the those who -
s. The privilege of enjoying the li- three hundred arpens, the fees to the of the waters, and caaals sufficient I easy administration cf justice and the ed them Spanish in the,time and when it belonged possess \ u
bt ty of conscience, is not to extendb secretary must be paid. to drain og the water when the observance of rules of police indispea- far from
France
, : olid the first t1eation. The child 18,,. It shill not be permitted to any river is high, they shall be held ia ad. sable la all places, but more especially: to shall so the being be interrupted i. i
on contrary protected
of those ,h', enjoy it, must posl- ditioa make and ia good order \
I / ;n new ;!srlllcr to form an establishment at to keep ia new establishments.AfcT. and maintained in their
It\(l>' -be C'rfinolics. Those who. will a distance from other settler The i public :.i Sway, which ought; to be 13. If notwithstanding what is ART. 20. Those who,possessions.without the ,t' i
n.ea grants of lands oust br so made,as lOt at least thirty feet wide, and have brid- before written, marshy lands or other title or possession mentioned in the 1
"1.iiutcd; but are to be sent back out of to leave pieces cf vacant ground between firs of fifteen feet over the canals or caa'es shall make it necessary to leave preceding! article are found occupyinglands .4;
tV province immediately, even though one !c anotherr since ibis would di|d'dhleh the road crosses which. sonic vacant lands, 'the commandantsand ': ,shall be driven therefrom as from \ .J
i they! possess'much property. offer a greater exposure to the attacks of regulations ought to be observed according syndic will take care that the inhabitants belonging to the crown; but
7. In the Illinois none shall be ad- difficult to the of the respective property
; the Indians, and renders more usages cf the district alone may takestood if they have occupied the same more '
muted: but Catholics of the classes of tbe administration of juuke, and the d*.trict"b) all persons to whom lands, cnoo;h for thc'iruse only, k well: than ten years, a compromise will be ,
farmers and artisans. They must also regulations of the police, so necessaryin art granted ia whatever part they are understanding that they shall not take admitted. to those who are considered

i possess some property, and must not all societies, and more particularly obtaiacd.A more; or if any individual: cf any other as owners, thatis to say, they shall not ; r
I have served in any public character, i iu in' new settlements., _r. 4. The new settlers who have post shall attempt to get wood, or cut be deprived of their lands. Always 4 .
t the country fiutn wmcc! they came.- t CSigned))hJ c,1.(;uoo Da L.xol- obtained lands, shall be equally obliged fire wood without having obtained tbe that after information and summary }
The protisioni of the preceding; arti- ,.-Or/fcnt,9/A &/:. 1797.No. to ilea aDd put ia cultivation, in the permission' cf this iatendaacy ; besides procedure and with the intervention of / .1
n tit Ie', shall be explained: to the emigrants i precise time of three years,all the front the indemnity which he shall be held the procurerof the king at the board '

i already established in the pro- i ( II.) of their concessions, or the depth of at to pay the treasury the damage sustained of the treasury: they shall DQ obliged to I
since, who are not Catholics; end shallbe least two atpDIoza the penalty of baying ; he shall be condemned for the first and moderate retribution, '
Iastrutaoc. a just
i oWncd them the not hating G 1U'rtt JtegU1srtsstt i. 4J the lands granted, remitted to the pay
by ; ,. time to the payment cf a fine of twenty calculated according to the extent of
done it until this time, being un omit- I )!oraleti fir CMotrflUlfAtul. domain if this condition U not colap'itd five dollars twice that sum for the second the> lands their situation and other i.
stun and contrary to the orders of his Lon John fttniaicJure .1ln'fJin. Prim- with. The commandants and offence and for the third offence, circumstances and the price of estima-
r inajcttv, which required: it from<< the be /I iet CeoafirrvHerftke Srirty and kyadict, will watch that what is eaj illrd. shall be put in prison according as the tion for once paid: into the royal trea
r ginning. nltrtelOf tkt f-.revixtti if /.9titta- ,iD thisand the preceding article be offence may be more or less aggravated The title to property will be de- 'J
sury.
II' 8, The commandants* Mill take end 11 eat rttrtd, Jaundice (Jar observed and occasionally ia- Y
particular \\ia strict.y the said fine shall be divided between tiThed on referring to that which has ,
care,that no Prutestuntjreacb- uterhn) and .a6-irkgotr \f the *ti- form the nkaduthat they may have the treasury, the judge aad the resulted from the proceedings. *
f, or one.of any sect ether than the fitritttrKdtit.ect Central tf tit amf, remarked, well understanding that ia informer. \aT. 21. Those who are found in the |
tai'.ol'c! shall introduce binmlf into Judge' tf .,.Umiralt end sf tit leadttVc. use ofCcfaaU they will be responsible. Au?. 13. The new settler ftaatntt le situation expressed'in the 18th article, 1} .

i tW province: The least neglect in this tf de Im-G, te. to his majesty.A ......,.. rots) to whom land has been if they have not cleared, nor done any i i
r I'tspetty"'ilJ b: a subject of grct rtprcicnsion. The J;ing, whom God preserve, havTa S. If a tract of land belonging granted in one settlement, cannot ob- work upon the land they consider themselves l
I g been pleased to declare and order to minors reuaia without being cleared uinanothercoares&ion' without having proprietors (of), by virtue of the ''t a- '.
u 9. To every new settler, answering by!his decree git en at Sta. Lurcuxu or as much of it as the regulations previously that he had possessed first decree of the government, not being .
l the furegoingdescriptwnand: married, the :.:c! of October of the last year, require, and that the bank, the road, the first daring proven three years, and fulfilled of the number of those who have /
there snail br'granted tuo hundred wPfi Kf B. That tbe intcndancy of these the ditches and the bridges are act all the conditions prescribed.Aar. been admitted in the class of nee ..- y
of land; fiUy aspens shall be added provinces, to the e-.dutoion"f all other made the commandant or syndic of 14. The changes occasionedby era in being deprived or admitted. ; rq !
for every child he SM&1 bring with him. authority, be put in posftestitn cl the district will certify fro n whom the the torrent of the river are often the compromise the manner explained tin .,\ .' '.,.
10. To every ctm; r&nt possessing the privilege, to divide and grant all fault has arisen,if it is.a the guardian cause of one part of a concession becoming the preceding article, if they are of \. : l'i- ,777k. -
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property, and uniting the Cinumsunt kirtd of land belonging to his crown he1'will urge him to pat I; m order, aDd .useless so that we have examples that clan, they shall observe what is _', ,..' -
i before mentioned, who steal arrite hick right: after his order bf the 24th if te fails he shall give aa account of it; of proprietors pretending to abandon ordered in the article following. \

,I *"& an intention to c*tab fish himself, of (August, 1770, belonged/o the civil but if the fault arises from the want cf and re-unit to the domain, a part ART. 22. In the precise and peremptory -,\ .. '
tarre shall) be granted two hundred ar- and military government; wishing to means C tIV mioor to defray the expense cf the mostcxpcnslte for keeping up term ofsix months, counting from LL L-- \. -
0 pens cf land; and in addition, twenty perform this important charge,nut cmly ,the eomthaad or syndic shall the-b.a.she roads, the ditches, kc. the day when this regulation shall be x
opens for every negro that he shall I according to the s 1st article cf the address a statement of it to the iatradeacy -: and willing to reserve only that which published In each post, all those who f I:', .-
\OKj provided however that the grant ordinance of the iatcndants of Mew ,to the end that sale out may be U good, and seeing that unless some occupy lands without title from the ..
"s 'shall Ilc\'cr exceed eight bundle ar- Spain of tbe regulations of the year ordered for the bereSl of the minor, to remedy is provided for this abuse, the governor, aDd those who in having obtained .. )

Jxnsto cne proprietor. If he has such ,175, cited in the said article, and Use whom alone this pn tikgv is allowed, greatest mischief mast result to the a certain number of rpns, 'I .. "
t auir.bcr ot negroes| as would entitle !,,*'js respecting it, but also without re- if ia the spate of six months any purchaser neighbor We declare! that the treasury have seized a greater quantity oughtto '
him at the above rite ta a larger grant, gird to local circumstances and those presents,if not U shall be granted will not admit of an abandonment, make it known, either to have their .. .. ,
** will alto possess the means of purthasinh which may without i injury to the interests gratis to say person asking it, oraoh or r-&ftton to the domain of aaf part titles made out, if there is any or to -' I
mere than that quantity of I of the king contribute to the cacouhtgrroent for the bcnVi: of the treasury.r. of the land the owner wishes to get rid be admitted to a compromise, or to de ,

bud if he Tt-anta it; and it is ncccsary, had to the greater good \* 6. Darlog the said term .of of, unless the abandonment comprt cUre that the said land belong to the }. .",
by all l possible means to prevent spccukonfc of his subjects already established, or three years,aa sersoa haU fell nor dispose heads the whole limits included in the domain, if they have not been occupiedmore . .
in lands. who may establish themselves la this of the land which has her granted i concession or act, in vinac of which he than ten years, understanding if ..
11. No lands shall be granted 1.0 trader part of his possessions.After to him, nor shall be e*?' after the owns the had he wishes to abandon U passes the said term, if they are in- ,. ., I
as they live in the towns they dot having examined with the grea term, If hehcs failed to comply with Aar. 15. All concessions shall be strutted by other ways, they will Dot. -.-,. j
I J made by the coadltioss (
want: them. ttltIUt'hlittt1;; the regulation in the name of the King, by f" .
and .
Sib article aad to told abases given .,. 23. Those who frtve information
the ding ,
*2. Immediately the 'arrival of-a his cxccllrc-y Count O.lJieUf' intendtnt of this prntineewhoshall .
that general
lw ulen the oath of fidelity shall be:; February, 1770, as veil as that circuitI surprise in this respect, we declare consent of order the surteyorgroeral or one of lands occupied after the expiration
without the
required of biim. If he is married he I ted bj' his excellency the present goteruor all talc made shall be n land particularly named by him to make the cube term fixed their in the reward preceding. tA4 .
:theiateadaacT in writing, article shall have for
skstl rovethatthewifewbom brings ; Don Maaeul Gcyoso de Lemos, survey and mart the had by fixing ..
*Jth of 1793, and with the of no tExt; which coaseal shill in front bat also la thereal one fourth part of the price; for wkkk "k I' ..
him,It his lawful wife. If be has t!)c first January, cu>min., bounds,not only ofOOpromiseaadlf .* .
has been iven me on :Dot be graaUd until they h7 to be done Ia.they aresoldorobtainedblwsyr.
ods shall counsel which ) 01lht
go or personal property they sctupulons.sttentloti if the ; this (survey duinWe.Iie km '
with
t" declare what part of them belongs 'this,subject by Don MaaacI Serrano ed a have un Dot been f ii. the presence cf the commandant or chbcrhrcompreWk at- .-
I). ,w the portion of the! wife, and whether I I assessor of the Inicodeacy and otherpersons conditions r tvo&e of the district, and of two of the preference cf f-eatt. a4 there '
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thai the :the price app ,
of skill to these mttttrst and these four shall sign ;
1 ift I mg to any persona who is i; obtain lands bled.Ant.. T. To atoldior the (stare lie neighbors, .
tb 1S t; S rin 5 jhcm to understand, Uiat.| all persons who nth to .,

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shall be nwde a deduct!oa of one fourth, tail tfcc sallst, if,any tnestial thin fc [Ia out Lu:.we gave the opinion,of the'nature, l.t Dot before the than court-it declaringthe amounts the loose effects"aid: hi imperfect New Orleans.one WH attft.ol
nothing more:
_u In the former. i t' 'C Jot waatiaflyibey may be snared of their coart ti the pita to ill jurisdiction to for the parties to
ART. 'Si. As it Is impossible considering property Ja a kga way -We low lay before our readers, subject their open claims, according to I The land was seized and sold oar I
all the local circumstances of ART. 36 The .*Jne thing shall be ibex prosecute mortgage made to Arroyo,.hr a owLiso ;,
these provinces that all the vacant done before .the sub-delegates of >I o- their cblalon em the rate to lAw. evidently irregular _that we woUJ
lands, belonging the domain, should bile and Petuacolai for those who have a.M'b, the decree of doa Jose j The second, is merely a decree to be warranted in saying It -u frwdv\ :

: be fold at auction, as it is ordained by obtained grants for lots In these tetp<<- Callava late governor of this pro'hacl" account' to the coart sold for in property New Or-teloagin lent. The sane tribunal, a yearaJW-,,
1 the law 15th. title 12th. book 4th of the tire establishments to the end thatthisintcntfamcy should not be carried Into effect. ?-to the estate wards, annulled the sale, and order
t collection of the laws of iLcse king being instructed thrreoa, kuns and elsewhere. The decree to the property to be sold a second tin?
This east? has excited a great account is in most instances, grantedas decree of
t doms, the sale shall be according as i it may orderwbatitshrlljudgemwtcan By a don Jose Callava, lax.
'\ hall be demanded, with the intervention venient indemnify the royal treasury deal of public interest In cons oqncace | of coarse -It follows the plaintiff'spetition governor of this province, the seccai I

; e>the king's attorney for the board without doing wrong to the owner of having been ia litigation and we can see nothing! irregular I sale is declared void and illegal >--tarf .
', of finances, for the price they shall be A.T. 37- In the (coatadorrne) office for aboil fifteen years. Oa Mondaylast : in giving ihe defendant notice of t by the dietaKtn now under the c nsi
; i.l taxed, to those who wish to purchase of the comptroller cont&doria of the the following was delivered by both at the same time, particularly as ration of the court the subject agar
,
understanding if the. purchasers have &rmy, or chambers of accounts of this'prorizur of no Injury could result to biro from this opened, and Forbes and others, art a4-.
i. <' not ready money to pay it shall be Jaw : -, and other boards uadcr the Mr. Mitchtll, as the opinion tae course. mitted to make defence.
t, '\" .. ful for them to purchase the said lands jurisdiction of this inttndancy an ac court.] ainncD supposing all these for The proceeds of the sales of

---1 f: ftt' at redeemable quit rent, during which camps shall be kept of the amount of ) maltties neccssatytakinginto view all : al property were drawn from the penes hand
[ rtoaiotA
fccroiur.o run THE
: sales of lands instruct hit the circumstances of the cut, it is an ,
five to
n they shall pay the per cent gentle or grants I of Armas, the executor,on the
i': Auti 25. Beside moderate, price majesty every tcUh.t this branch of Tt Utlrt e/ Jlr.J9\n Ixntronty. act of comity due from one court, to of Forbes, and placed in the petition

: ' ;' which (the) land ought to be taxed the the royal revenue produces, according The defetdant In this case, oa the 'another, to presume that all the necessary treasury-And afterwards, on application public.
shall be held to down as it is ordered in the. 13th article of preliminary steps were taken: be
purchasers pay rule to chew cause,filed several reasons of Forbes, drawn out of the trtu.
f the right of .tdl4l1l1nll or half years, the ordinance of the king of the 15th why the decree as prayed for, sboulnot decree was made unless the ury, and placed in the hands of Fort
( ( to be remitted to Spain, which accord October, 17SI.Aur. be carried into effect. These rt'toUl dcontrary be wade most clearly to appear & Co. in the character of a deposit.**
11 ing to the custom of Haranna founded :*. The commandants or syndics hate been able argued both on the which the defendant has failed to of
The
second sale the real
roM on law, is reduced to tWIa ...d abstif per in their respective districts, are side of the defendant and the petitioners. do in this case. Knowing that even property
rt ,. MI the price of estimatttm and charged with the collection of the amount where citations are necessary, it is a at Baton Rouge, was ordered at a meeting
made eighteen per cent on the sum, ty of the taxes or rent laid on lands principle of law, that appearance will of the creditors, of which Forbes
and for this the and It now becomes the: duty of the court do the of appears, to have been the principal
the aid two an haf{ jier cent j they purpose t papers necessary away necessity process, or
shall also be obliged to pay down the documcuts are to be tent t o to pronounce its decree but before drag * cure all its defects-Is it a violent presumption and the money in deposit, is said tQ
fees of the surveyor and 'notary. them, & they ought to forward annually so, we wJI endeavor to give a succinct to suppose he did appear? have been appropriated on an order of
,
L ART. 26. The sales of laud shall ly to the general treasury the sums they statement of all the proceedings We think not and the law, by which the court, to the payment of the debt

made subject to the same condition and have collected, to the rti4 that acquit ia the case.We the court is hound, would clearly presume due Arroyo, fur which the lands tree
charges of banks, roads ditches and lances clothed with the usual fon&alUcsmay find on the records of the judi the fact. The petition before the sold in the first instancc.&and the pro.cceds .
-
- .- bridges contained in the preceding ar be delivered them. rial tribunal to which this court has court would' of itself, be sufficient to of the second sale were placed i.

ticle. But the purchasers are not subject And that the present regulation may succeeded, a decree which does not ground a decree similar to the one the hands Forbes Sc Co. as a deposit

to losc"lhe r lands, if in the three come to the knowledge of every body & appear ever to have been complied which is prayed to be enforced/ is The decree on which we are now act.

first years ,they do :not fulfil the said that the thirty-eight articles of which: _ida. The lacy of a judge to carry not alledged, that an account has been ing, whether it be considered as rela.
conditions. Commandants and syn it is composed may hare their full and into rffcn the decrees of his predecessor rendered of the property seised, and ting to the first or second deposit, declares .

dic's shall oblige them,, to put themselves entire effect, until it pleases his majesty is clearly pointed out by the lIar sold by Forbes k Co. in New Orleans that the disbursement of the
within the rule, begin to perform to order otherwise ; it shall,* translated tidas It is t-ne this cannot be called -and it appears by a former decree, sun deposited, has not been accounted
the conditions in a reasonable term, and .into I'rrnehby M.Vpcrre Derbigny a final decaioc or judgment of the matter thai; Forbes was expressly ordered to for in a satisfactory manner.

j if they do not do itthcsaidvork shall 1 the kings interpreter; shall be painted in dispute between the parties ; 1ttu raise the attachment he had laid on the The Spanish tribunal, has thought
be done at the costs of the purchasers.ART. in the two languages, forwarded to far as I, goes it is rttjudieata (or property and proceed to make sale of proper to review the whole of the
27. Care shall be taken to observe all places and potts within the jurisdic- thing judged fay the competent tribQ art and render an count.-Uut independently cecdings in the testamentary affairs pro.of
in the said sales that which is recommended lion of this intend ancy; that the com. nay) and rtnains only to be carried into -, of this view of the subject, Vidal. \'ie.take it for granted it had

t ; in the II the article, seeing raandants as sub-drlcgates.thereof shall)1 : effect, altloegh after bein? carried : we concieve that the defendant was before a right to do so-Whether this court
the advantages and utility which re make it knn n to the inhabitants in the Into effect! sonethine may st l1rnnainto the courtas\ a party interested in :would have acted in this manneror

suits from consolidating; establishments usual form and that it published in be done before a final close to the the settlement of the estate of Vidal. proceeded in a different way, ;. tthcquestion.
always when it is practicab'c. this city. There shall alto be sent a pro<<. .-'I he court will take tit
ART. 28. The titles to the property COny to1.. the governor and to tlir be executed or r **JJ -.*.. .**.. %.M tavern A. and B.-the subject is thee record as they find it, and unless up the
of !"*.> wi-&. ."; Iota or jrraMifl fir must llttt.i n>* ,.uuuo, to the end, otiy take place alter examining th complete :and final adjustment of the dittamtn is glaringly unjust On the
of shall be issued that they please to I lend their aid in the grounds on which it was entered face
way compromise, by ap estate of a deceased person, to affect: of it, or void of all the essential formalities
the general intcndant, who after the execution of that which has been before and that we have a night to do this we the interests of all, in any way concerned it must be .
. t price: of estimation is fixed and *f the ordered, conformable to the laws and think at least dodStfat, and certainly to wit, the creditors, heirs, executors forced. .substantially en
media annata (half years) or rent or ordinances which have been made o gross injustice, or administrators and depository- r
quit rent, the said price of estimation this subject, and in the persuasion ucontradiction, appeared on the face of According to the Spanish law, as well The testamentary affairs were t not
shall have been paid into the treasury, this can be done without injury to the the decree itself Ifs decree wanting as well as the law or equity in the United closed, and we find from every part of
shall put it in writing according to the kings interest, and tend the more to those substantial "eqaisites, known to States and England, the court will the proceedings the former tribanal
result of the proceeding which has ta the encouragement, the welfare, and aU) .laws, should be made, it would be I not suffer the matter to go out of their considered itself at liberty (o retrace
ken plate with the intervention of the prosperity of his subjects jn this colon nality s as if pron..aced without a citation : hands, and be finally at rest,until complete its steps when supposed to he in error.;
to the defendant his But when decrees are made, they mutt
Kings attorney. or being justice be done to all concerned. j
.cRT.J9.. The said procedure abaJJbe I (Si ignc**) JuixVcxrrrti Momitfi..VroOrrani before the court itch would be looked The affairs of the estate do not appear be executed ;"for it cannot he supposedthat

deposited in the omcr! of the finance, July 17, 1799.No. . upon as ftodC'Cftt"ncIsn decrees can to have been finally closed, when a court could be guilty of so much
and the title be transcribed' in another be set aside on the grofcttd of fraud or the first petitions were presented by levity, as to make the11tck1ay,only to
$ book intended for the recording ( III.) where corruption it shewn ia obtaining the heirs. Although the petitions of be rescinded to-morrow. From the

deeds and grants of land in the same Jlrfu,at tf the Iniendant It tell Ud*. them. But where tW decree stands un- Caroline and Merced Vidal, had, in the pains evidently taken by the judpe, la
: ; 1. manner is ordered by the 17th anti rescinded,it must executed. Sach also first instance, nothing in view but to examining the grounds, and making
.1I \ :cle concerning> gratuitous, OhI"., un'. I hare to reply to your communication is the English Uv of equity: a decree coerce the production of the up his decree, it cannot be presumed,
I No. 9, that I cannot at this time papers as intimated by the defendant's
The chamber tf mast be first and counsel
X principal accounts obeyed performed relative to the estate in the bands of
t ,
i \ shall alto hate a separate tmutu take consent the'sale offends,ia the man as if it be for land the land mast be the defendant t yet the object was evidently that he intended merely to amese

.f .t!I a note of the titles issued for sales ami ner and under the circumstances requested first Riven np -if it be for money,the to compel him to account, if on the plaintiffs, and, that the approbar'oa
: grants under compromise. ; and I hare to make the same money must be paidif for evidences examination of the papers, there should and signature of the governor were obtained !
i ART. 30 The ices of the surveyor reply to that of Cth February last No. the e.ldt'tttH mutt be brought in; and be any thing due thm-and in one of I ttgerdemaltv ; -thi*weald c.st
j 1 in every case comprehended in the pre 8, ia which you ask for 100/300 arpens. the like in other casoK ooper's's t.- the petitions,presented for the production a most gross imputation the trifa.
sctu legulatton, shall be proportionate Ot/a preserve you, fcc quity, page: 90.) of the papers, interrogatories are nals to which we have succeeded. The
to tin labour, *nJ that which hat vVrw-6r/raw,34./tr// The decree under consideration to John the defendant present case is one, where the former
embraces pat innerarity, ,
i (signed) IUo DL Lortz Y AXOCLI. tribunals
been customary till this! time to pa- three distinct subjects Shi. touching the very matters for which have reviewed their own decrees
Those of the secretary of finances, *ti- To Don Henry /Vryetfjr, The deposit admitted to have the decrees, following the petitions, j and Is it for us to say, that rtey
less there has been extraordinary la Commandant at Ncw-Madrid.so. been entrusted to the house of Forbes subsequent to their production, are rendered. had no right to do so, especially wart
bour, and where" the new settlers are & Co. which the defendant To these interrogatories the we find that the same thing has HeVs

not poor(for in this case he is not to ( 1.f \ .) and this deposit is declared represents by the decree defendant puts in a pica, in the nature done, in various instances, in the prepress .
exact any thing of them) shall be five furihtr r/e/, brcaute the /iroioalt not to have been legally and re- of a demurrer, and his counsel has taken of this testamentary proceeding.
dollars, and this shall include the recording e/ifttar tfirettUtfor. 'J urfmt 19 pistil accounted for. to shew he Although we might consider: oursrltei
great pains was not
and other formalities prescribed /.otir/11>11,. t't" restrained from reviewing and reexarnininj -
.. 2nd. The land at Baton Rouge sold bound to answer them. This is not
( and those of the appraisers nil of It the intention of the It their decrees (e3Cf't.. on the
was is
reset the
king at the instance of Forbes and which question- ,whether by appearing
the interpreters, if on any ex-cation to dispose; or the lands in such largequantities the decree now declares to be left ' he is not to be considered as before grounds before stated,) yet this is very
there is reason to employ him to translate and under such circumstances between the parties as the subject open matter the court, in the particular demandof I different_ from suing, they have no
papers take declarations or other as are staled ia your letter of the of a distinct suit. the heirs a* well as in the testamentary right to correct ,'frown proceedings.:
t:1.ttl. shall be regulated by the ordinance 9th of February last, No. 9,and the proceedings in general. We find them in the present case tins
(turf) of tie! province. tition of the inhabitants pe 3rd.: The sale of property at New The defendant's corrected, and are called: upon to execute
inexplicable con
accompanying
I Orleans-monies said to have been the last
Ant 31. Indians who possess lands it. received duct ia keeping back the and dlttamtn.Ye will do so
within the limits of the at Madrid, and elsewhere, and papers substantially.
.
government It i h that in the last
I.. true new regulation producing them at on compulsion,
accounted for. I
not
:
shall not in any manner be disturbed there is provisions made for the sale of with the excuse that they were disco Therefore it it ordered: ::1djad d'aK
on the contrary they shall:be protected landsin the tnfcaaer referred to i but his As to the first, it was a subject with steed by a .* most extraordinary accident decreed by the court, that John lunerv
and supported!,and to this khe commandants only under the previous formalitiesthere in the control of the court at any time ," dots not incline the court t o rity, the defendant, produce exact accounts

syndic's and surveyors ought to specified and with a reference to that; is to compel the restoration of make any very violent presumptions in supported by legal documents:
pay the greatest attention, to conductthemselves the ability and forces of the persons desirous the deposit, or to account for its dis- his favor. within twenty days from this day .<.
in consequence of purchasing, because it wouldnot bursement. The taw on this point Is The defendant is in the situation of. cording to the decree of Snares and
ANT. 32. The granting nor sale of be just,that for a small ctniifcra clear, taking it for granted that the deposit a party brought before a court of chancery Catlava, dated Pensacola. 50th of Jvue.and'1st
any lands shall not be proceeded in tion, one or more speculator should has been made, that the depository oa a bill or discO\"ffJ-bcing: once of July iso, before such aft-
without formal information having been make themselves matters oQa great extent is ea. td Aw, wader the control before the court, justice will be done ditors as this court shall appoint. And
previously received that they are vat of lands, to the prejudice of others of the court. If it be notified to the the parties on a view of the facts dis it is ordered adjudged and decreed,list
: I'J cant, and to avoid injurious mistakes coming to settle, and who consequently depository t it t. tt rlll..4/'. closed. In the Spanish couru, as well the said Innerarity hypothecate before
la.. we premise that beside the Signature of find themselves driven to purchase tart .f the four lAt He defluit It as in our courts of equitv, the remedy the notary public of Pensacplarunia. -
.. the commandant br-syndic !jof the district those lands which they might otherwise Ar*-f4f Into turf, it is ail he can ask does not exclusively f follow the cumbered real property situate in the

this information ought to be join have obtained free of expense. or require. It would be absurd to say prayer, but the court will give such relief city Of Prnsacola, to be valued at eight 7
ai cd by that of the surveyor, and of two For these reasons,I cannot at present that the court should institute a suit, ,and make such decree, as the nature thousand S OO, within five days from r
.r t of the neighbors" well understanding.If accede to the bcforcmentioned proposal makeup pleadings, joia issue kc. in of the case and justice re this time, to secure the deposit and IB- '
may
notwithstanding this necessary precaution which you will make known to the such case, and that too, when the de quire. Again we are of opinion, that: Cereal thereon, for the purpose or sags.fying' 1
.. it shall be found that the land posit was the order of
placed by the
parties concerned. God preserve you, the court could order, or decree, that any final decree this! court may
has another owner beside the claimant, court ia the hands of the I de t
depository the depository should britt the deposit passag-ainst him on account of said
i'I and that there is sufficient reason to fee.A'evOrleani, 3 restore to him; the commandant or syndic RAMOV Axoet. order. and decreed, that in the said lone* }
"c r I(Signed) DE Lorn Y %. hear the < >ttmt* ordering him to do ease
I surveyor and the neighbors, who To Don Jfrnry Prrytur.No. The court are of opinion, that the I so, and could inform him of it in any rarity should fail to comply in giving
have signed the information, shall indemnify certificate of the clerks of the office,I manner the court thought It the security ordered, on the sixth dry s
E him for the losses he has suf that the decree of the proper. the petitioners have execution for I
( V.) late court was is also our opinion, that the decree to may
fered. made known to John Innerarity the account for the of the the,sum of eight: thousand! five hundred i
V tr ""' ART. 33. A* far as it shall be practicable Comrnvnicatlcn: if the drcretf if the defcndati sufficient evidence proceeds proper dollars-Said execution is first to Nagainst .
that ty entrusted to him by the court is x..1 :
vf
the
r9r of Jntendanr sad
the inhabitants shall endeavor norttfivlng fact. Great stress laid the : the personal of the
de
r was by pant,and did not require a citation to property
firtitfan* for patty land
i that the petitions presented by them fendant's counsel, on the circumstance hear it. At in the matters under said: Innerarity, after that ts exhausted (
tilt con
c1lcIAfrJtollllNl..
r to ask for lands, be written ,in the Spanish that a part of the certificate is contradicted slder)ion,he was acting in a trust confided it may run against his real property, i.**
language, on which they ought also On account of the death of the after that is exhausted maybe
} assessor by inspection: of the paper -vir: to him by the court, and Is in that body
to write the advice or informationwhich of this iniendaney: ,and there not that the defendant has adted his sigma respect to be considered and viewed in taken execution. ,
'
t;, commandants have given being the province a learned man, tart, as evidence of notice to him,when the light of an officer of the court And It Is further ordered. adjudge
In the posts where this is not practicable who can supply his place I have closed in realty he has not. Bat we say that The c urt, for its own satisfaction, and decreed, that the said sum or sucb
,the ancient usage shall be followed. the tribunal of a'a. I'Iud causes relating the certificate ought not to I* impeached has compared the decree before them part of It as may be made, shall IX
ART. 34.. All the lots or scats belong to grants and compositions of oa this ground,because it cannot dc- with the testamentary proceedings i to brought into court, and be subject toju'
ing to the dotnaic,which are found vacant royal lands, as the list article of the den tn-l if had
i they in reality acted which it refers, and arc satisfied that further order. And that the execution
either this city, or boroughs, or ""to ordinance, for the intmdanU of corruptly In oCcc they would not hate the judjtes dtttamt i in the main fully he returnable in thirty days from the
' villages already established, or which New Spain, provides that for conducting :certified that as a f"clt which the certificate I supported. That the testamentary: day it Issues. And lastly it Is further

nay be established shall be sold for that tribunal, and substantiating :. itself disproves. The affixing; proceedings have been Irregular, is self ordered, adjudged :and decreed,that the
ready money'with the formalities prescribed its acts, the concurrence of that officer the signature of the partynotitieddoesnot : evident} ji complete inventory of the heirs of \idal; may prosecute their
in the article 24th and others
I shall be necessary.I appear to He an essential formality, whale estate was never made. Threeof claims relative to the sixteen thousandacres
i which concern the tale .f lands.ART. make this communication, to ap and is more frequently dispensed with the creditors, of whom Forbes was of land as authorised in the dt*
t 35. The owners of lots or pIa1' prize you of this providence aad that than required the .l'telft t. +wttitet the principal. administered on the .mrn of Snares the 3o.h of June, ltf,.
ces,which bave been divided (rcfianltjas you may not receive or transmit nemorials tkearty-and this we think La suf perty found in this place k afterwardson pro and confirmed on the tat of July' 13 ,
: well as those in front, as towards the for -
.t'- the of lands
until farther
grant
> ficiently-proved the
by certificate of Callava.
the order of the by
court banded
Hover

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N. E. and S. W.extremities 1 E.
$ and '
orders. God
1 preserve you, tec.Vrw the clerks. As the decree JOHN C." MITCIIEUApproved :
respects to to the executor, who made sale of
S. VV. shall in three months, present to Or/rant, lit Drermlicr IJW2. raske the '
I deposit, we think the defen the urncNo t
Inventory or
appraisement '
the tntendancy, the titles which they (Signed) Iris Vwrrrsu MORILJU.
dant bad suScleat '
notice That oftta ; tNDRC
1YtJACKSON
have been
put ever to
I have obtained to the end that In To Don appears mjdc
: ex-
/ffnry Ptryoux.. :' | decree relative to the"'land, from Its j It |of.the real. estate anti nothing.- tut a E'Put! Martial, Vt tfc.
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WIT FLOMDA Erreutlve17A CJtak?_ I schooners and sloops lying at act. his sttastxm ad tM ruled iK' : 1w
i the Litin.
September, 1331. in the '
bay opposite the town .of which adicUI characttr, as to"oop'" \nK*" WBraMij *TnA Hl jftiWILL
a mo-
of Vidal n. John Inncrarfty.: six by tbelr I .
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parting cables
Heirs
or dragging meat, to ester Into a n ,7b F. 11. Jfhlet, /. D' /* RlifIt. and their anchors, were drivels OIIlbort.-1 trover with Cot Callus or ester lao w e stop the" press to aanoaace the of the county William Davidson, bv,.. 1lt] is thought'five of these ,.. \ air explanation r.rLh oKwct ss a lfowiag distressing iatclllgrnce, re- cambia, the following j : ". .'
In virtue of a decree, this day rendered red to their element, without material: adge, vntess It be to his lataedlate anted bfthe schooner Maria, errand, lhwH .. Last analFrintiltrrt :.t:.

in the above case,by major general Injury, though at heavy trpcaseI Bat i superior the President of the Baited master, arrived late last evening from One House nA Lot"situated,oaI&tendant ,'
Andrew Jackson, governor of the :sit' ii feared that tl.e Jtlxth it irrrcovcra.'bly States. The mesrvre of Gea.Jackson's New.Oreaas, In five days, (having street, belonging to.Merted VIdal *> ]
h7on das, !cc. fcc. kc. and John CMU-- lost-' she is the Brit Maryland, military fame is fall; nil for thetraascendcnl ailed thtday after the pie.) Capt.. : and mino PaJoa. \

chcll, Esq sitting as the supreme cour; ,: BUsel, last from the HavanaV i services be hs rendered his states,that the St. Stephens,Jones and :I new and elegant mahogany bedstead; ><

'of judicature in ibis province, you ark fear that very great snisthief has been i country, he deservedly stands high lavrr thc'VasblngtoDVDM.olN.Olcus. ; i t do do s.pha; :- ri
hereby appointed auditor, to arrange :done on the Gulf and the Lakes. We estimation; bat we who kao all "c the Bright PhahasSherman, of this I 2 Tables; *- i...
L settle the said estate; and you will appear j know of several "en !1 out from New he drcamticts atttndlag the amt place,were lost U the storm of Sunday Chair '- ,.

before me, at the executive chara*! Orleans for this place, that hate not as and iroj* iMmmeat of Callara and which last Capt.Ferraad reports,that all on Looking Classes,eta ke. &c:. ---i:: .,
bcr, to take the requisite oath, for the; I yet been heard of and from the lapse rate rise to the publication, cannot: board the Washington perished lon the5t :The sale will take place oa the premlses. ',' ::
faithful discharge of the duties assign sot time, it is next miraculous if a help considering, that it will reioaad Stephens sad Bright Phoebus no .... : I

fd VOU.jUil.V. part or all cf iheut are not lust all1\uth to his ertttU as any act of his lives were lost. P. ALB.\. ':
COPPINGER CONNOR, I It is thought \\' tome that the damage life, and the facts heed only to be known Capt. F. reports two other vessels A. COLLINS. "' .,
Cltrk if the Jlrfcvtive Court. done In will affect lost near the Pass Christian-names .
our Lay materially to throw a halo around and sanctify C.arartsilrtrrr..
18th September, 1821-The above the fair fame tr our barbvur-Imt its lIaJnrc-.tr..,.,,,, ant> known. Pensacola, 'September 22'--1.1 '

named auditors, appeared before me t we cannot consent to.any such c onclu- '
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this morning, and hating taken the lion for, from the' ease and softly with fo the JXUtr. .,,1.,. n.rlJ.". 11.1111 E JIL'L..

oath: prescribed, were considered as which the other trsscls rode qualified to enter upon their duties. \ jale, we certainly may assert that all I.I/Ut/ ;.;".. Jdt-ertitrr of 28tit August ,4 ,
Tie said auditors then appointed the vessels driven on our beach, suffered CLLaatD.
list,signed II. B. relative to the affair THE BARGERAGE
Edward A. Rutledgc Esq as secretaryto their miifutiUMc from the inscIEcicncy or the imprisonment of Col. Callava, Brigantine Endeavor, A. Dill, master MORSE ?'
for Mobile and .
the board. of their in cables Blakeler.KXTKJktO. /I
appointment 'f
written by a gentleman whose talents k
Testc, John CCI/1/ lngN" Connor, anchors, &('. Sec. and this is the general would do honor to any cause, hot who WELL adapted for carrying Lumber J ,
Sloop' laviocible, Joseph Tyler from or Fire Wood to Pensacola, will be
Clerk of the Executive Court. of
character our lake craft, of which \
h. this has
,, ..._.. iastance evidently been led t
:: !! Charleston.! freighted or chartered if immediate ap. -1
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NEWS DEPARTMENT.: description land. all were, except the Mary- into mistake from csparte aDd insof'tdent Schooner Athenian, Th. Medina, from plication is made toT1lO. .' I

informatlon.youarerequestedin New-Orkans. ANDERSON. :
[The following, accounts of piracy, the name of the officers who attended II Celeste John from Pensacola i ( ,
,
Logothy, Sept. 22-It. t'
arc extracted from the Louisiana Advertiser FJr'.e have been assailed !by an. en Col. Callava during the whole of Ntw.rlnnJ.

of the 10th inst. and from the other element in its most dreadful the lamentable proceeding which tookpuace 1 Two vessels at'the Qo rantlne. ., S.FarmantierE'J.lhlazxergr. 0 ,

Ira ription given, we have no doubt the shape. On Monday morning 17th inst. in this affair to mention that the i -.- and sworn interpreters .. \+ '
BROKERS
Sj-amard is the cue who rifled the about' nine oVlock, the large: public tferesaid statement is almost entirely --- -- in Pensacola. Their .j
of barrack in the centre of cur Plaza, was aad S.11.ET \\1CT10X.'JLL office the .
sc! ooncr Stamper an account ti Inch erroneous, extremely! in jv rum to on great square, opposite '
we published last week. The J nttr- discovered to lx on fire-the Ere was their reputation as well as to that of \\ be sold at auction,on Wednes the old government house, .
prize, Capt. Keai-ney, and Porpoise. accidental, and took in the roof, where Cot Callava. The said officers would lay the 26th September, at the store ofH. rtnlacol September 22..--.tfI "\ ...
Capt. llamagc, pacing been detained in it could not have been communicated by gladly have bid before the public aa F. M'Kean, opposite the Cover r.J:
our bay waiting for supplies of provisions design. Cicry effort was madcbut availed immediate coaaterstatement, if time nor's, at 11 o'clock A. M. by order and & ESOLVED, That the city coun- . 'f .
&C. lie. have both sailed in pursuit nothing more than to save the neighboring bad permitted, bat they pledge tietn- under the inspection of the Wardens of :V cit will on the third Tuesday in ....;
houses. Fortunately for us the this Port, for account of the Underwriters October next, proceed to the election ,
of these depredators. The Enter- selves to give, in the next number of .
prize wiled on the 19th and the Por- wind. which was in considerable force, ibis Gazette, a plain narrative of ucts, or whom it may concern, of a City Surveyor, and that. notice .'
pose: on the 20th inst. The pirates i blew so as to defend the nearest houses, in justice to that diitio Uhed cifhur.IrosiuCrrtcsfD. The following packages' of goods thereof be given in the Floridian: requesting . .. .
lend drove the heat and cinder in the direction the of candidates to present their recommendations .
will soon '.c made to give our coasters >>. damaged on voyage importation, )
where the ScLoottcr Jane Gerish from Petersburg to the Mayor before,0 \ .
a wider biith.-// ffaij.J buildings were most per .
remote from the burning barrack; thus THE SABBATH. ? that dart I
'OliN rr1i .t.tat .
PIRACY.ENGLIS11 .
seeming disposed to aUcineon; tans fW 0 tascs containing cam ncks, "'
TURN, Sept. 7. the mischief done on water the day be- Make the Sabbath the market day for I do Cotton Hosiery, .feting C. C. C. \ .,

Arr \'cdlbls afternoon, brig ClarissaA : lure. The,fire extended in no direction thy soul 1 do Cloths Casslmers, Stc.I City Council Pensacola, ,1.F 1

,capt. Green, 56 dajs from Green- and the town escaped without Sunday Is nol a day to feast oar bodies Hogshead assorted Hardware, Sept. 22. 1821.. ,

*>('k. Cargo, coals and dry goods, to loss,for the burring of the barrack caa- bat oar soals. 5 Cases do Cutlery, ,, oT10E.LL p ,

1>cmlistoun,JIm k Co. not be deemed a loss, it having been aa Study the Holy Scriptures, especial 2 do Brass and Steel Harness persons are hereby forbid improving -
fCTCapL; Green states that his ves immense pile of combustible materialnot ly the New Testament ; therein are Buckles .t, or trespassing in any

set was robbed of goods 'to a large amount fit for use, without the expenditure contained the words of eternal life-it Plated Mounting, kc. manneron three certain tracts of Land* .
(probably 20,000) by a small of 20 or 3flOOO dollars ia repairs IB has ti *d for its author -Saltation. for I Case Mill aad Pit Saws, situated on the Escambia-two of which '

l p.raucal schooner, off Cape Antonio' fine it esteemed by all, a happy rid. its end ; and Truth without mixture, I do a Silver and Tea Urn, belonging to Mary Weaver Le Baron, ?
AUR. 2R. The schooner was manned l dance.: On this occasion rainy cf the for its matter. I do Assorted Dry Goods, granted 18th December, 1817; the other -
'" "iti take' fourteen Spaniards, well citizens desert great credit fur their Oar opportunities are(like oar souls) 12 Casks Nails.Assorted known as* the property of Charier *
am.ed "its muskets, cutlasses, iccv exertions. But the town cannot repay very precious; but if they are lost,they 11. MICHELET, .1"" Le Baron.
t,
l' They took the flag, most of the captainand the debt of gratitude they owe to the are irrecoverably lost. Pensacota, Sept. 22-It. Signed, CHARLES LE BARON.
seamen's clothing, watches, kc<- attny end navy. Col. Brook and the officers The service of God is the seal's MARY WEAVER LE BARON. r

)h in short et ci y at tide of"value they could and mm of the 4th infantry,cap work; and the favor of God U its re YENTA AtTENCAXTE, Pensacola, 22, Sept.--6 ---3t t
Lay their hands upon. Capt. (.i. adds tains Kearney and Ramage and their ward. %
"I: ltenty :111cht1tt. Sa\ ', !
For
fat' tic conduct of the pirates was IIU1- rcftpectitc uftttrts and men from the God never fails them that wait Toi I \T .
::1. n..."ous in the extreme: threatening, Lfrierpritc and Porpoise-all wrrr reaJoui him, nor forsakes them that work for SE asian al pablico cue Miercoles I Hull, Masts Spars Rigging, <'f ;
than with death in cave vf secretion cf and indrfatigably active in tl. irescrtions. del Corriente,alas 11 del manan TIE Boats, and all the other ma J"f

r 2.th.1rs enquired fur. A few hours be- The otftfr Kiting the him.We mutt never forsake God's service >--S tenders en alnioneda 101I't c- tertals of the brig Maryland, will be

fore, the schooner had robbed the En. example and wouraging their then nor refrain from good work, tOt Sigineatcs. % Avertados y cue&u. eiposed for sale at Auction, on Saturday "J. "I

ea Rl-sh brig; Ntptune, Capt. Kelly, from tj| wyrkingwith them. whatsoever. opposition or ingratitadiwe dequieptrtcneean. morning the 29th inst. if not previously t'' I ta tr

. j maira, bound to St. Johns, N. J). of We were very much pleated id End ; for whov.rHdl tied,is net-. Por ASABER, disposed of by private contract .f,.i.
) ail 1)11-1) ("OtJIC:.and S5OOO in specie. find the hpanUh officers (whu arc hate er lit Mirge4 by the faults of men. 4 Caxas con pietas d<

St .1r rircd and detained at Quarantine temporarily resident here) anwngil It is oar main business in this world' 1 Wan con ditto de AI god on; in the yard of Mr. Peter Alb,to whom
for the present, schooner Chat Its,Hall, the most induitrious and useful. to into- an interest in the next. I idem con ditto de Casimiro; application may be made before the i

e from Tcusacola.e Jr,you forget God when you an. I Bocoy con Herramicntas; sale, or to
':T :Before Mr. Mitchell pronounced the ,'oaDI:'. God may forrrt von when to; 5 Casones con idem ; F. If. NISBET k Co.
f
O MORE RACY.TL'ItN I opinion of the court on the question of ire eld. (Cmttttd. I 3 Diehos con Ameses { Pensaeota, Sept. 22ItFORCARLESTON____ l'f
y Sept. 8.Arrived jurisdiction, which was published in 1 Dicbo con Sierra de manos yde A .
' thin forenoon ,Orleans, S. C. '
ship our last, governor Jackson made sever.a1 (lJBITU.IRl pal "
a( Sntll, from Philadelphia, with a cargoof remarks worthy of hi ro self and which I Dieho con Cafetens 7 teteras Platea- The fast sailing Sloop \..'
> dry goods, kc.r-Was boarded off desert to be recorded but the follow Gen. /7 y
(?. Abaro, 19th August, and det,h.cd two itig is so perfectly characteristic that and one of the iilasuiovs signers 1 Dicho con varies gtncros Sartidos; Capt. Tyler-has good accommodation -

esn days by a Piratical Cortette,mounting 1 we should be inexcusable in withholding of the declaration of independence 12 Battles .de Clavaion SurtidT. for passengers and will sail : tt.. "

-, U guns, and robbed of gocdsUo the a.1 it (rum our readers lie said, 1 breathed his last on Saturday the fourth II. MICHELET, for the above port if eight or ten can .

He mount of probably 860,003. am clothed with powers that no one of August at Western, Oneida covatjr. rrhrduters Pabluo.5eptiembte be obtained. Apply to '
7 Where cruj7cn.m not lie was in his 90th lull of 22, Itll. It .
*
ate our i i:under a republic ought to possess, and year age F. IK NISBET k! Co. "
nos. our government tike prompt steps toi:|: which 1 trust will never again be given and honors, and was gathered to his Peuu ota, September 22.-3t :
protect our defenceless coast, and sate'': to .kn)' 'Win: -nothing will afford me fathers, like a patriarch, after assistingto THOMAS A.XBE1XSOXOFFERS . "
use curj.itizcns Irom similar deprtd&ttons. i mute happiness"than to learn that Congie liberate his country, and witnessing rOR SALE, FOR P IIILADELPULt; ..
, \\ ho! tan hear of the recent outrages', d in its wisdom shall hate distribu- its prosperity and freedom. 1500 Ib. Havana Green Coffee, The Schooner r.r

so rommitted by these desperadoes, with\i: ted them properly: and in such man. Thomas Jefferson, John Adams,and>> SO barrels sew Baltimore Flour, 'P'LA T'E"l\ ,
out feclingdegradatiunthat ,picaraonsl| is earliest and Charles Carrol, are all who yet IGnite ISO Barrels Corn, Drinkwater burthen
ner as consonant, to our Captain .h'
: 1I 1IY 1Ir
nda o<'< and rob ode citizens| the signers of the declarationof Hudson in .
upy our gulph >> 1 I dearest impressions. Yet as I hold among SO Bundles Hay, prime 188 tons, will sail positively on Sunday '
- Myth impunity 1 these' by the authority of an actor independence. should not omit order the 23d inst. For freight or passage,
3CnU- I' powers tiotirinr than ,*.* _...,KU taverns SSvOOO feet aborted>> ] lad well seasoned :
I Congress and cu itw....;'* .s from **.* apply to '.. t.
A POLISHED UOnnr.n. .Thompson secretary to tbe coatitetul Lumber, .
Presidentofthe United. States it therefore F. If. NISBET k Co. '
ac. wtnmandcrof the piratic vrssd becomes my imperious duty to .congress, ii still alive ia Penasytvaaia.D 1800 Ib Castings, consisting of Pots, Pensacola, September 22.-UYU '; -
ndIT.C after robbing the ship Orleans, I discharge the sacred trust retard ia .1: r. rtarrrcasr. Skillets Ice. % ,..I

prnci'.lcd in the trench language, and me, according to my best abilities c- I CD-On Monday the 3th Aa;. Porterand Cider in Barrels. \ \ltA eo1t1, .' '. I
%11- dtiivcredorscnt: to a tailed: States cfFtcr ten though the proper exercise vf the at the residiace of W. C. Conner, EIq. BY IlETAII, ..VALUABLE property in Peam- .'

and a passenger on board the Orleans, joucr glen might involve me H heavy Doctor F. H. BELL, of the Army of F.ULND SHIP STORES. 11.. cola consisting 01 a House, Lot,
hit the following note; of which this is a personal responsibilities. It hasbeen the United: States For the present, current hills will betaken andoutbuild'tirgstinexcellent condition" -- ;- o.

'ore correct translation. my fortune to be thus circumstanced la the prime of life and hat shortly at par,aDd five pa cent premium The title is indisputable,and the estate ,
nin* M seas and in good iutl on other occasions; in my various I.united to an amiable woman, this highly allowed on payments over three dollars unincumbered. A bargain may be obtained ;i
the Sia-Between Buccaneers, no ceremony relationships as 4 public servant yet '''I accomplished gtnUemaa, has been ia Silver,American Gold New Orleans by early application ,to
gbt I take jour dry goods, and, in 1 never hate and never will shrink from destined to an early ;rave. and United States Bank Dills H. BILLOW.A
-ott,' Wro, I send you pimenta; trm-tforr: discharge of my public dutir from lie had been in the army far a nara- Pcnsacob, Sept. 22-31.DRCOSTMEDICINES Pensacola September's
i i \ we ate tow e\em I cntcrUin no icscnt- any ap ncbcn.ionofpersonal respoasi- her of years, and was universally acknowledged FOWD ;,
tens'1 &CBL to be endowed with a quick &c. fr1
LHitf ROLL of Bank
may hid good day to the officer of the U- and lively fancy, extensive personal attainments "F\e\d & ;n1OT t\n, k\1 by other Notes-which accompanied "'C-,
dcnne-. sited: States, and tell him that I appret' We aredesirrdto sute,that the Fire ,aDd the highest sense of ho have papers this,,
adg'.; te the energy with which he: has spoken Company will meet at,-Austin's tavern nor. The writer of this brief aDd imperfect IDm1l .
or me rand In _sketch who knew all the traits
my companions arms. this ctcntng at eight oec1ock-.nd It Is V0. 3. Strut, meat.
viae" Nothing can intimidate us; we run the hoped that those who have subscribedor I of character for which he was distin-
NEW.ORLEANS, Pensacola. Sept. 33-3tLUMBER. r
dfitforati litae fortune, and our maxim is; "that are'willing to do so, will not neglect' gnashed would be doing tsjustice to band,a general
, the gotds of this world belong to the the ** his own feelings,were he to permit the HAVE constantly on . '.,
appointment.! of DRUGS k MEDICINES '-
bnrtandcaliant" stainless reputation, tbe bright and PAINTS k PAINT OIL. timbers"" .'
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The occupation of the Florida is Some of our tra4 ers may be particularly glowing fancy, and the active benevolence h'eMt, -Orleans Sept 32.- lTOWNES SQUARE all descriptions; fc
the: lkd fie hat the course J follow is con- (interested in Mr. Crowell's advertisement of his departed friend, to sink iato Pickets I' -

I stcdand. .. e to the policy now pursued by which will be found in tbe I I:16"t the grate, tnnotkeil: even by the k EDOLEY, Shingles, Ice. fc .
, UK.t.JDItt11 States. l column of our fourth page, wherewe slightest: tnemoriat t npENDEtt their services to their For Sale, by the subscriber.* ". f ,
iyb< ( gn'd RICIUBD C rva Dr. Ltox : were' compelled to place .it, contrary I'I'f His last hours, were like the departing JL friends aDd the public as R. CLAPP. ;

:, a /ow. .<-,.fan..a.+JdvertUrr.iiiiVUiri.AsIO..r.nro..rs. ,... f to custom in regard to new ads es.tisemeuts. -I splendor uncloudedAltulurt an autumnal evening,, t tnntn1 iou'itrchnnta. Pensacola,_Aug. 25.-:-tf . C, C
calm and Jtojter. -
aged
They have spacious room for the storage \lE1\\\lXGS. ,
such @ Sand IILUs, Saturday
on
Died, at the -
of 'tI"lC'Jl.4l"DIZE if PRO. :
abe ------ ._--- We find a statement in the Orleans, 18th Aarast, Dr. ./*** 7"'tn"t, ,ur- UCJif for the accommodation of those (1(1)(: bbls. prime Herrings this year's r '

to 1t%'. aturta STtcutbcr Q2. I papers signed M Callava! ,"which be has gins in the U. S. army, aged S3 yeas, who intmtt'their business to them. ran,mar be had omearly application., .
may
anon -bout ten o'clock on Satur-J s I I endeavored to verify by. solemnly pled' after a short illness He was bailed I Their store is at the corner of Palafox M'ELWEE At FERGUSON. -
n tbe k P q ti i ht lath h.t. it commenced gins his head and honor as to its truthIt with militarf, onors the next day I and Water streets. August 18. ?
rthef M>* I with of the regret Capt flUryt late of the United Lutes tf -- P
syuiteGrah, and continued with [- is feelings deepest Pensacola, Sept. 33/ SAMUEL, FRY
,
..ttbethcli: that human t a period to his existence at zr 1

to ,
crriK-d and:increasing\iolenre, until we are constrained say array p A TTORNEY AT LAW, next doer I
(W and not PUUfttairg, on the 33d Jal,. He was
are 1U8\\C 59.\e
hours it dcstruc- L judgment memory
most
raged a East or Cotlins' Hotet
I
tsardkU l'f Storm, The continued with much to be relied on, when acting under attached to a trriraent which hu lately ;
gale tfTX7ILL Pensacola
Sepeensbial.
.MIll.1IICIIELET. 3
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and the officers of : 1 1.i
been disbanded :
"aced fury until about three o'clock I the Influence of strong excitement .,
the 29th inst. will be
1820 i the first is which cast Iou to rfetermlaewtoshoaW Sunday BttckttftlteCall .
o. Ittondky morning, when it modera- and uncontrolable passions, ON hi one of Mr.LaRas'asteraCa '. :'
1"? dlo be retained service. UfcHlothelotof .
trusted
> and the Isst cannot be in .I7'LlJI' '
something more thau our usual perverted JTTORXIBS ;
which tU Ba1t,be sails, lUgging, Cables, '
i. .c> \\'* have heard of no lives lost,(.[-such Is the condition of poor human Cip II. to his tale a discharge u to produce, Caboose, ke. ke. kc. .t<}c ci gto the practice IB slit ,drat t':
spirits, ; .
depressed .
little '
tN I" or no damage was done to the nature. stu'M byes to brig Maryland, BOW oa shore. V? Courts ofWCit Florida, acI"
.hrl't I General Andrew Jackson, governor a partial dcratgrcommit '
Kt or In the neighborhood ; Major sboc.Ir H. MIC1ELETdue'r. the state of AJab aa.
) 111'' of tbe FUmdas,fcc kc fcc cannot aalclde la a manner too II-d
h i>pinj: suffere3 very severely. mentioned. Fc&mela, Sept 22-It August .
"" of to br
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c. Itte were t5ece! or thirteen brigs,)i so far forget the exalted dlgtJtr j

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.. r substantial fastisailingBrigantine ; associated with him h.. .
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RECEIVED' Schooner HAS :
now rtcelvifig la the store, far&er HANX per **' of MEDICINE
IS HEREBY GIVEN, ; IS Palatbx and latcudant: streets,di froct Philadelphia,**** : ENIJEAVOUR D. Yoor4tt"M.DI ,Jofrf' .

i. nPttlAT' the following described *JEJL rcctlyopposite the governor!*quarters, are bsw opening aa extensive assort- door 'to the Governor's TheirshopIs Office ..
: GROES were apprehended in ? Int'nt A. Uau master,burthen about 600 bls. 1RtI't'.
SIXTY-PACKAGES o they will devote their time
to :
East Florida and broujat the Creek CUTLERY fllD@< ID Said vessel having lately had thorough per
I.MWAHIkE; sional bttsiuess. September 1 ',
order for -
detachment of Indian is In complete
Agency, by a stuck repairs, now
Warriors, under the command of Col. &WBLERY DRFGOODS, which with their former will be any voyage. For particulars, enquire \.w l\ &'Tt-rg

tlitllam An/&r, a half breed Indian of comprising general assortment found worthy the attention of io'c of the captain on board, or to Innera- lQIl,

9+ the Creek nation. All persons interested - ALSO wishing to purchase. They lifer for city, esq. COJlJlI18810JYE.RCHANT$
to are hereby nbtified to attend at 35 kegs Virginia chewing tobacco; sale,for Cub or Coitonr September: 1'-tf Patafof alters. ofiflotite the -..???
Fort Jl/i/cAr// CO sets tea china fine and low priced; WILL faithfully attend to any b,!
ti:1 Tblecareh on *
'ca, near
$ : the first Monday in November next 10 mahogon, and ..Wned..GOd bed @ packages dart and Ughl checked, For 114tnnor, icw-Orlcan9, entrusted to them.
and fan-
black and white,striped They have far tale .
a.
and prove their property, otherwise steads; TilE fast salting Sloop ENDEAVOR general "0,,"

r vv they will be. sold for the benefit of the A small Invoice JEWELRY.All ey Prints; Jaekottets A Henry J. Fintch, mint of
which will be disposed oi :at reduced t do corded and pink anew Looking Glasses ;
captors sod elegant article; _BIII1I master, having good :accommo Hard,

JOHN CROWELL, II. P.prices.M'KES"ill attend: 1 do J seeds stripe, hair cord, and dations. For freight or passage applyto Japanned, y '
Indian J/aJrt. par'ticularly board
Agentfor the captain: en or to
checked Cambric; : Tin k :iEarthen
to CttnUl lJtd1JNI.
f ft Aug.. 29th 1821. any and checked pink, P. ALBA. r"
, entrusted to him..Pcasacols. 1 do sattin stripe ,
> } DESCRIPTION.Height. '\ S p4rmbrr u.tENGLISH blae and lilac Ginghams; _Pejsacola. Sept._8.-tff Shoes JBrushes

l'ormerownC'r, 1 do superSne Seersuckers, newest I"HE undersigned,Attorney at Law, of :all kinds ;
Npn+a. Agc. :=--;'" endfortnerrc SCHOOL patterns ; JL. will practice in all the Courts of Windsor and Brown Soap

i .i ft k in. .sidence. TIlE subscriber wishes to cojpge is 2 do J k I taper Steam Loom Shir West Florida. lie may be found at his Crackers; }

d ,Iiector. St S' 8 S 1).upau1 .rft.Augustine.- above business, and is now tings} chamber in Mr. Collins Hotel. Loaf Sugar ;
: l ready to receive pupils. He will teach 2 do t Irish Liners, assorted J. C. MITCHELL. Brandy;

John 55 5 '9 do Healing, Writing Grammar- 1 do colored k black Canton Crapes; Member i- '-tr'V"ce. Snuff and Shaviag Boxes;
Hector jrie J' JO do t do black Scnshaw and Sarsn tts
1kok i
rithmitic and Combs of
-krrfinrr description
&Foster every ;
of Hector ? ,
.rau'ife assorted.
& dowen. I do India vaatines,
both and double Parentsand Playing Cards
;
single entry.
40 5 S J commenced business In
S do.domestic it Sheetings
Shirtings
guardians can inform themselves ; HAVING Letter, Writing, &Wrapping*,.
r tender their services
and three children Ofla, Queen and ,
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  • do low India Muslins asg
    ?Mr. Collin's Hold. I priced ; on moderate terms. August 18.-f3oin
    : Tyrah 22 5 2 do 1 do Conbazctts assorted Commission Merchants.
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    ifi and one child ' as Tbc sufficient school will.commence is given as soon to 3 do |, !% ", It k V Rose Blankets They ill make l liberal advances on con 1'. Bauiaiev &ilo.Ofifiotlte .
    encouragement
    Hannah 24 .5" do I do 01U cotton Bagging signments when required and assure
    defray HENRY HILL.Prasacola rp-1 ; to Jlfettn. Gamier If Kuck.
    i and two children expenses.nth September3tTW1TC1IELL t do London Pins, Nos. 4, 4it $. those.wbo may be pleased to honor them irrga' Auction Store,

    y Jeffrey 36 s' 10 CRobt. Gilbert I do Umbrellas greea,b111c It crimson; with their confidence, that strict .punctuality AVE for sale the following ut|.

    1 Auplune k WATHON, 6 do gentlemen fine sad imitation will be observed, and every ex des, via t ,

    Frederick 5 1 do HAVE just received by the schoo Beaver and boys Hats ; titian used for their interest.mf Bis. beef and pork ;

    Bob 21 5 7 do Jane ? I do mock; shell, high k; side Combs; iwvt wore row site, do mackerel and beans ;

    Mag 30 5 a t CW.John llarxcySt",'rr. itt CU1\signn\en\, SoKrfine blue lad black, second and 00 bls. Whisky; do whisky & N. Orleans molasses,

    Nancy 40 5 2 John Lofton do. and offer for sale at the store recently l.w priced Cloths; .so a family flour direct:. from: the do sperm. and lamp oil;

    .and three children(Lofton since dead]) :occupied by Mr. Oliver Clark, (opposite Company flag, bandana and real ma- Mills Boxes cider, port and claret wine;

    now the property of Hartley. the government house on the pub'Iic dns handkerchiefs ; 65 ** mess and prime Pork; do Cherry brandy and sweet oilj j
    damask
    articles black, t crotsbamd aid i M M t* do and chocolate
    $Jh"Addion square)the follow ing 3J j Beef; sperm.'candles ;
    r r Billy 45 5 s 1 Complete table services of glass and Silk,do. 30 u Shad: ; do segars and nestS:of boxes ;
    SlAugtuUttC
    'china ware;pthnt" cogni.c: brandy,Ja tuioumadns Sc printed Cotton,d*. 10 kegs Lard; do mustard rose and peppermint
    Abner C do
    ', Nancy 2.5 25 5 do' '*M.iV* ....., u.".... .,***, *>**&.. _J wir..Jt'r .,,! s<, rl,..r,. fl Cravat.- 10 boxes Cod Fish; cordials: ;.

    Diana 13'4 10' do .whisker; b!>l*. of beef. iiackerrl, Sour firiitanias ; S Hhds. Sugar ; do garden seeds and fish hooks' an
    i r rk { ,Lewis 23 S 10 do and corn mca; cases of old sherry and Germ checks; S Barrels Porter; sizes *

    Mary 25 5 :2 do. Sicily madeira wines; ouchj ag and s Linen and Cotton,do ; 20 Boxes Lemon Sirup; Bales of hops and tobacco;
    Italian and Silks
    and two cliidrenFlura 10 years and hjson skin teas; Lbl. of common: and sewing ; Chewing Tobacco; Butter and Cheese ;

    Unna 7 years old. mixed sears, sacks. of sill, cases of Italian Crapes; colored Sarseei and 2 Hhds. J am,. A general assortment of shoes let

    ./ ,Hannah 46 5 'I 4 dos' boots and shoes,assorted;garden seeds; Craped Cambrics s 10 Hhds. Molasses Pensacola, August I 18-tf
    Black and white Silk lace Shawls
    mother of Mary a complete attorunrnl of maecoubau, ; S Tierces Claret \ .ine;
    I JOHN
    Ladies white Cotton Hose GAIINIERHAS
    Ij j George ,6J 5 10 do i' ppee & Scotch snuff in cases bbls. ; Cora, Hay, Fodder and Oats ;
    kegs and bonks of black' silk, S.r."P. Lao and book Muslras ; IX STORE loa SALE,
    Cato :27 S 8 Don Santo, do ; cases Household furniture, consisting of
    Caty '28 5 4 1'aiio, du c& simerc and marseilles tests; boxes Gilt coat Buttons; tables! bedsteads, Sec. Cognlac Brandy;
    i'i'r John 25 5- 7 btipanosa do uf soap; 12 by 10 and 10 by s window Patent linen Threads Tapes, Cotton 100,000 Shingles (juniper) expected Holland and American Gin ;
    Balls,Sic. &C. Old
    glass, vine bottles in hampers dmutUrd Whisky;
    Hector 50 5 7 do ;leg in a day or two.
    Smith dagon saddles 1 cat! plated candlesticks* casters White Wine Vinegar ;
    Don Lewis, ; ploughs;; ; 300O Ibs. n icon
    "S ;
    Rosa 27 5 and ootJe I do. Lead in bars Bottled Cider and London
    coasters Porter
    . l 1 cnueola bridles and valietc ; a small assortment ; ; 5QOOO ft. lumber. ;
    I do. Shot in ail sizes IS Porter in barrels
    of muslins, r&mbrieks, bags ; kegs ;
    1 1t 1t Price :35 5 10 P. MQuetti era Orders for particular dimensions,for
    v.b, $tc. blank books of dccrip- white& and red Lead ground In Oil ; 10 French Pickles '
    Jim .40.5 7 Hiehars, Augustine every warded to Miftii&s :and other mills to be
    formerly of the estate of Gen.Washington. hall; bills of lading quilts, pounces, do. Nails, 4d to god ; 13 M. Dutch sawed. Philadelphia Soap _

    4wrkft glas,rs, lit. ..Also an excellent Quills; so boxes English Crown GUss, SaUad Oil;

    C Pallatkr,Au- QL:AU KANT and a convenient famihCOOAVA'O 8 by 10, 10 by 12, and 13 by 14; 10 cases 1 \\. GevrUli, Long Cork Claret;

    r John. 39 5 10 l' STOr. Glassware decanter, goblets, JUST RECEIVED, and for Prime Bacon Hams;

    t f'J John 29 S 11 Sarriiama, clo T. Sc. "'. offer their services to the nines, Tumblers, Salts, kc. 13 crates HAS at the corner of Water and Northern Oats in barrels,

    Charles 22 5 7 Kinsley da public as Liverpool Ware, containing; a general Market streets, No. :. Fresh Hay ;
    Arradoada Ship lJrtJ.rr and CtfHtrat ('cm.rutxrum assortment 80 barrels Phtladtlhiarfewhiskey Black and figured silk coats ; Mackerel in barrels;

    ; Charles 35 S IDJ l ,Hu4I.na. .1/rITJlffldlf. ; s ir.casts: opcrt*r Luti- itn to .anl.tuunl': ; Heavy Cotton Bagging
    ''f don ptrticular Madeira Wine, Import do blue Bombaieltcoats August IS-tfJUST
    hIc
    S m ndpaa-
    I CaptrBush U.5 6 duals. trTbt'f:::: will pay particular attention ed is SIS ; :2 do. London particular taloons
    l atJ 1 to the able ofCOtVVrar ; Et tint Vni\,i'r t. .
    ;;
    do.
    TcneriSe 7 svorrior Claret Wine .
    ) Phillis 40 5 6 Cupt.Chaldais, ; ; Toilinct and common figured Vests ;
    Tarapabay, and child l'RODtCE.1't'ftsJuola. S boxes do. 13 demttohas superior old White Jean and Linen pantaloons: per sckoacc
    : Stop IS-tfjy 11 barrels cider ter, from :
    S Chrtstopher, Cogniae Brandy; ; 2 Fine Linen shirts ; t Philadelphia
    Mary :0 5 G luKlaun boxes No. 1 Chocolate; 1 cases: Sweet do Cotton do common shirts; 1 Sideboard ;
    .b.r
    A Oil; 40 barrels New England Rom ; :0 :2 Desks.iS
    L
    Toba SO 5 4 5tH.Utl"" dt'letcr .t 1'UtiCC.i Ginghamolive k black twilled pan-
    Guguttlnd'21 5 6 an Mticanown- &: { hhds. brows Haaava Sugars; 3 boxes taloons ; Bedsteads;
    1I l' rr unknown. ThJ A BhfcJfc1 white do. 15 bags green do. Coffee ; Back pantaloons; Dining tables;
    1 subscriber presents his res 60 baits fresh Philadelphia Hay ; 150 Breakfast do. ;
    Manuel 36 5 10 Spanish deserter 'i'JlE Ladies kid and! morocco shoes, various
    ownrrun'kuown. cola and its vicinity, and leaders his AND ON CONSIGNMENT, ; Apply to, ,
    Denasa? Cdo fiom St.CabasaS"0 Children morocco shoes and boots ;
    J C seniors' in his SHIP
    profession
    $ as or AX WM. SALTONSTALL.
    Marks. Gentlemen's fine and common shoes
    BOAT BUILDLR.aod ia ill its various ; N. B. The furniture can be examii
    Peter 21.5 10 do Invoice ot YuTuUtire; Tte : do do. boots and pumps ;
    ,
    Lranc.bc.-and hopes by his astl ed on application at Fisher's Tsveri
    Valentine25
    6 do Boys fine and common shoes
    k William do dious attention to business aDd his ut I M-tt Dining Tables; I mahoson: ; September 1-Im.RESPECTFULLY.
    Clothes brushes
    :2..5 7
    .. most endeavors to jileate, to merit only Wardrobe; 7 Sideboards ; f Bureaus ; iCtntICmtD.'s
    .
    .., \.m.Johnson such patronage as an experimental 12 fksJiioaablf card and work TaMes; fine and common hats. J. \nl't'oe,

    Ctbarlcs 1 36 S 1'N.I'roYidct1uSipsa knowledge; ttilldcme.He 7 work stands; 2: Secretaries ; IS large: JLSO, JT JElOLESILR, offers bi.ltrri-

    has built in almost alt parts of the and single fril'd Bedsteads 3 curledbplt" Hyson, Imperial & Gunpowder ; ; as LandSarnjj'

    30 S 9 I ors C?nitrd States, and Las given genera: ) do. 6 high post do. Boxes No. 1 Soap-do: Cider superior or; he can produce indisputable Uwj:
    Cyrus 275 B do
    r : lied 8O C: SlltCtllt: u".1J utlt.factioD; and has tiled i this place: \1.50-\11 invoice of first quality do Chocolate quality ; moniahof his qualifications be vij
    well recommended and hopes Iu Urcome 'nl"tELI'IIt.CORDG&; 50 ; also act as and draw a,I
    Folemma
    28
    Nancy (an In uwful -and at all I times will be coils: Hope all sixes, and spun tarn, Bis. Mackerel-do Rice; itruments of conveyancer writing with neatness w dian) and two children.N. hand lines do Jamaica It urn and Holland Gin
    lines
    ;
    happy to serve those who wilt be so deep sea tog It grum- dispatch.
    B. The information respecting mit Haes, twine various kinds halters 2 hhds. bacon. .
    I good as to favor him with their cus Pcnsacola August 18-B
    the owners' and their place of residence'. tom. plough lines fishing lines, fee. Ice. Pcnsacola August 14l'LW


    ,_,AuJ$. 22v-3t- < C. P. servant, JOHN S. WILSON.Pensacola Civil Law, AUCTIONEER !c CO1usStOIERCIIANT
    .lUliE T.l'f'Bl\X. BROWN'S .
    1'EllCU.D\ E.. ,Sept. B-if Chancery, .
    subscribers have just received P. S. lie h desirous entering Into Philip's EYiJ net, x his services for the salts! I

    TIE late arrivals from the North copartnership with some gentleman: of Yale's Reports. OFFERS Country prodlC

    and Orleans, the followin some capital, or, to form a company to 2 Setts American Speeches, ?v. Real and Personal estate. .

    i'b ( !' carry on the business. He also will es ,ut.KrikrMid respectfully Phillips Recollection of Curran, N. B. Goods stored.
    C'W; tahl ash a Blacksmith there is TIE
    Shop as public notice, that he has o- PhiUlps Speeches, _Pcnsacola, Aug. 18 ,
    which they arc enabled sell -n very a gentleman who came on to this part petted the above named house oa the Memoirs of Napoleon, j .
    ; PARASOLSONE ,
    low terms. of the country with him, who is equal public sqaareoppositethe theatre. His I StttofFnn1lin'sVorl..,

    ,e Bales sheeting and shirting; to any in his profession, and will be accommodations for gentlemen and la- Christy's Late War in Canada, hundred elegant PARASOL:

    su. Heady made clothing-
    white drilling, florenline, stripped be sold at auction on the! though not extensive.: lie has a good nridges South America,2'v. ed together or.:separately. Eaqwrat
    jean and cassimere pantaloons Ice.W "TILL instant half of LOT No.: stable and/ced for bones at hay or Hnmbotdlta New Spain, Miss'ratmvn's,opposite the xas!#

    hita jean round jackets{;; 169, together with two small .Houses: grass-Also a good BATH HOUSE, Brcckcnridge4 History of the war, cl\f J1int).

    Blank books ; on the same, situated on Intcndanl! where either hot or cold baths may betaken Bancroft's Life of Washington. _"Ptnsicola.. Auprust 95,1891

    ; Spelling books; : street, fronting forty feet, and running I at any time. Gillit's Greece, 4r. NOTICE.

    3 sets Chitty's criminal';Iaw; back 170-the property of John Dun-1 1I He win have an elegant lea pta alley 2 Setu Ncwtnitt's Spanish! Dictionary .D
    9 Walkeri dictionary; can, and sold tinder execution 'in favorof I completed ia three days. 2.-i| N eaasequenet of the death: ors .

    6 boxes 8 by 10 window glass' of the I Isaac Newton. Sale about tlz o'clock E. JlA Tl1\Y Y. Do. Barrette do. do. ,!l. Hutchings, the prosecution of

    first quality. : and. attendance by '. Peasaeola, ScpL.r Atlas, \ Auction and Commission business*
    double and single boxes, good quality. II JAMES WILSON. D. ShR Chalmers Discourses, vohes on the subscriber, who ten
    28 casks nails.4 6,8 jo 12 and 20d 13 foil.irj.v.1 Bibles I his services accordingly '
    Sept I82l -3y-pr. fee $| so ,
    nails, and 12d brads; I at Th! SthaauerdIntended French and Spanish: Testaments: JOHN GARNIE&
    i Valuable Property For Sale.TIE if.
    rcuucuruS' .5,1821.
    > ; ( C\t VE.S &e. lice fcci ALSO,
    ,10euks.VrginiaTobauoifirst subscriber offers for tale and at 6t E. M. POMUOY'S
    qul'ty.Boxes
    accommodating the as a regular packet, JOHN C.eRAivFORD'&CITA1'C J
    mould candles : prices, M&TJLIC R.1SOR STJMfS
    ;
    following LOTS Nos. 342. 313 3ll will sail on or about the lit of Octo :arrived from New: 'Tel'
    ,
    Hogsheads barns and bacon, in excel Acknowledged to be for superior to aay .
    ber.
    345, 36 347 32f For freight or passage, having fresh supply of SHOES,']
    lent order t 328, 335, :33fi, 337. ever before used in our country br a
    56 barrels fresh flour; ALSO Two vcry.agreeably situatedARDRXLOTStXoi. good accommodations, apply to Capt. 'sale,low for cash: ,by motif which aro .
    > .$2 and $3: 105 Del Barco or to ... Gentlemen Morocco, fins :incl,C
    10 do prime pork : \'. 'DAVISON.f .
    ; ,
    JNO. JOS. .
    red front each and 170 feet k C. KEYSER. BOOTS ;
    Also -from the ConeacK and Perdido. depth, I, Aur.: -* ;
    50,000 ft. liumheir InK south.from the spring. For terms Peesacola, Sept. l-at Ladles' kid Boots and Slips,
    asUft. and conditions apply to NOTICE. rocco and leather;

    ,A COOOO;S\\\ngVts. P. ALBA. FOR SALE, A. LL persons ark hereby forbid erecjft. Misses and Children do. .

    WYCHE M FOSTER. Pensacola jypt., S--tf ORDAGE otdUferent sizes i f ..**J any buildings ortresspasi Together with Shoe ot' all deter '
    .
    .
    ( O.lam ia hues aad about in aar whatever Ions for sale John Canuelj.auct1oD
    PensacolaSept. IS.-if manner on the tract of opposite
    ANY person wishing to purchase R<01' < Feet bad fyia between the Bayou, at the Store. Pensacola, Sept I.
    valuable
    e' t WABII. L. e privilege of a ferry Scantling; .
    ''as HANNUM ,
    ; I., scroitheb f or IJccucola from Pala I Apply to lower Block House aw Pensacola ,and t g. ddaiott w JJPAJ YJRHISJ/

    5 a .XTTTILL. .practice LAW Sn PcnsacoTT fox street Nary cove, may learn the 1 'V)I.: S.\L TONST ALL Bayott Ctico; and belonging to the I For l ladles and gentlemen- shoes,*

    la. 'Hi Office I ii in one end terms by ciJUJl OIl the labscriber at Ml Ot11tt1Cs asd Ox.O heirs of Jains Sutt6n.; [ness;trunks, &c.,will shine. w.iUitfrtp'ishing (.

    3 (;,T.b(.. ScvUUs bouse. ; 01'1 offi%. joiftf H. CHAPLIN, '11t ANTOINE IIENDENBURG. ; -Likewiaf: ,
    \Vat.td-.ppt'1
    Pensacolaj Stpt.1. Sept. 8-d' -I11I.f"J.rldGl'. above. &r Atmirtfi cad the otAcr ... '
    -
    t. PtJu'eolatA.g..2s tf.e Pccucola, JS.pU I.-.U. For gentlemen bootsand, !.; shoes.



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