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 29, 1821
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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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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I 1)* by the said health officer! in relationto colonel of the fourth of the #
regiment character
DOCUMENTS. that be could hate forgotten
not them, I was disposed to force
yield to
matters
any touching the health ofthe ,
United States'troops, who bad suited I t that he had t't'h.flt Flu.I was
that I
AN ORDINANCE crew, and passengers, the cleanliness me to dinner. The: other persois pre-1 t rida from nay resigned to suffer my
of Health in relation: of the vessel, kc. and Mrs. cjonel's me as Spanish commissioner self: to be murdered; that I placed my .1
Of the Board etery person sent, were Brooke, the tbarj-td to deliver it that he had found and 4'
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and the of refusing to answer shall forfeit Thrtthundffd person every thing else at their
Quarantine, prevention lady, captain Kearney commstder of f' me there, exercising the functions of disposal. One of the ,
of dollars, to the board ofht"2hh. commissioners
Ihsrase in the city Pcnsacola, the United States brig of varEnterI IOnmor.lhd the continuation of
caused the officer
No my who headed the
Jtftolvcd that the board of vessel shall leave the quarantine I prize, the reverend James Cdemaa in the guard'to
$fc I ground, without : stay country with my secretaryand enter the room, and at that moment ,
will for the presentestablish'thc having the certificate j curate of the parish fend Mess.. Jean my officers depended the determination Mr. '

Innerarity
Health upon I
much could
of the as : as
health ouster that such un
at the Cove vessel i:de Ia Rna, John Inerarity, al4rrman, of the
...qmranlinc ground' Navy has been examined and points which he and derstand,ventured some representation, r
side of the of Fcnsa- suffered to Judge FJigiu Fromentin Josmh Noriega myself had referred
on the Last Bay which j to our respectivegovernments but he was reduced to silence, and the
will house pass, provided such inset h.s I a retired officer, Pedrode, Aha, with
cola, where they erect a for regard to the con officer was ordered lo
'been directed charge me to
the reception of the lick. The limit to perform quarantine, public interpreter, lieut. cal. Marc de I stractton which ought to be given to surrender to the armed force. J
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the answered nt
by health officer
shall be
of the quarantine ground shall extend delivered \villier, et.pt. Ixmiv .aVt*& caste.i the second article of the treaty UlU the that I acknowledged my sel I to
(')'" Deer I'oint, to the first Yellow to the resident physician, upon his visiting -i Bernard Prtelo, Ik-ai. Charles d. Vil- artillery was until then In his possession -: be their prisoner, and that as a proof, I "' .
Biuff! to the Hast of the Navy Cote her in the bay of Prnsacola, previous tier, lieut. .Mariana Lauiy, Kent. Arnold only a* a deposit; that, as a private surrendered my sword and my cane, .}

boundary ; Jnd no vessel shall conic to which she will not be: sufferedto Guillemard, lieut. ?,I. Francisco individual, I rouldnot give up the but as to my leaving my house I begged '
m-a-vr to the city of I'cnsacula, than unload : and the master of any vessel Palmes, sad FieuL Joe.b Craiat, my papers: and other documents belonging I them to consider lhat I was unwell. The "
lull"a mile f.'Onthl'se limit, until the offending against this article, shall secretary for the aforesaid commission. to thr office of governor, which I had officer answered that he knew it,ordered ."'
master of such vessel shall have o'-. forfeit thrre hundred dtl/an, and then The Spanish lieut. I'omins-o Sousa, exercised,and which paper were to br i me to dress myself, and with his l;'
tn..d; the certificate: of the health officer be subject to such regulations as the called and asked to *' me immediately given up agreeably to the treaty: since I soldiers carried me before the governor r r..
that she has been examined and !board of health may think proper to having irnporuntbusinrss to comtnunirate. it was not as a private individual: that who was then in another house ;" \1 1I

tumid to pass. impose. Having been introduced those papers had come into my possession ' than his own, surrounded by a great '.
pci ,.. the Itrsident livery person who shall go on boardof he appeared,aeronpantfd by an officerof and custody. I moreover requested I I concourse of people of all classes. oJ' .; '
'if
; Phynfefan.
/)11' any vessel, while performing "* his i a gentleman, .
It is
S<'c. duty to preside :1tCI.C' without permission of the board to mr, that they wire taking him to jail. express governor Jackson my* surprise who,on that occasion was acting as interpreter
!"\ imriing of the board,of health, and of health, or health officer shall forfeit On rbat he of .

asking him reason, I't"nUrd what was at the moment, and clerk to state to me a' '
exertion in his for
ue "nety power the the sum of fifty dottar in Die prctnccof all the persons taking plant between him and mr and I question which was dictated by himself '
of &uci rule and
jdojAioti; regulation. hurry pilot or any person acting as I have Wore famed, that on the day to represent to him that the papers in and which he called upon me to answer. '
as nav conclude<< to the preservation ofthe such, shall deliver to the master of etery before c-nltemen had called
three at my lH"'k"t\iaff"wue sacred, niy person i That question was an insignificant one,
] ,ieaUh of the city. vessel he shall board,inward hound, his house, andnad told him they wereent being in Pemteota, under thr protection but t prayed to be allowed to answerit
fu \'jt: all such persons as arc reported one of this ordinance which shall Andrew. Jackson II
copy by govenor to of the law of nation; that among in my own language, and to write '
by any physician of the city tybe be furnished him by the board of health"; demand the dl.very certain papers, civilized people, these individual : the answer with my own 'hand. My "

atlHctt'd wit'i any malignant: infer and any pilot refusing or neglecting solo which bad tarn reported to be in his who were charged with any mission : request was granted, but as 1 was.-writing
lions, "j' pestilential disease, und all do, nr aiding in that from .he information from i I '
landing; any passes.cer possession, aid their government bad, at all the paper wa wrested from me, "
of Ts, whit' from any 'evidence, henuy or other person, subject to perform those grtlrmen had pven him, he times, been proper ted,assisted,and res- II and with fits of fury which are never '
.elk\e to be so afflicted, and 1'Copur'l quarantine, shall forfeit ho,, understood hat the asked for tbat I
cur pape petted: was still unacquaintedwith : i found but among those whose mind li
his opinion of the caws to the, deed dollar for every nfienee.AM wrre inrtavd ia a box a* klonging to the nature: and description of the I;alienated, orwho are in a great despair,

bard.lu. persons who may be conveyed the military and financial tdminhtra- papers, the delivery of which: was thus the Governor striking very hard on the
\ihtl. vessels at the quarantine! to the quarantine hospital, shall be liable lion; that his answer bad btrn, that he demanded, and that; I requested to bemort" ,I table, and using Gestures full of violence "
promJ, on board of which the health to for the of 4heir attendance had in his some boxes in informed of it
pay expenses possession fully and with that I i ordered mr Deliver up the pa- ''
CI.i er inav report. any case of malig and support- be recovered wl icli 1ft" ..hvw\-t those p-pr. were in. respect due' to my official character, pers. I answert pant, infections, or pestilential disease tq' the board of iic tu<. closed; that, a* for hi*ow n |*", .a was and dictated by the peace existing between f,..T"4.,
. at all limes, when in his opinion it shall fjflhetutnt t* te fiaid ay rash iz'r.ul 4I an otTteer.subject to my oro>ri* relation Apaln ant! me Uilu tH4Uttt. I.... .".n 'h_ .......-4r... .. .....t-___ .__ _
"; Accessary, or the board of health I and ftrrten, arriving* lie flirt of to every thing connected with the respect which I so scrupulously ob!erv ins to trans,'te the ansv .-a in which 1
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st>*ll .l.li'ecl'To I l'nu r.la. commission; that those buses bad been ed toward his rxrellrncy, as welt a* had thus been interrupted, he was i interrupted (
visit and inspect everyvessel that I See. s. Every vestrl arriving by sea placed, by my instruction, uwrr his commissioner of the United States, as himselfand myanswermust
<-o nes to anchor in the Bay of I'rnsaC' from any part of the United States, or care, either is notary, or asisling in his capacity of governor a respect remain without translation. 1 supplicated -
1 .., u'lich has been subjected to per1f from the ports of Spain, or her colonies rtitness.> which functions br ha exercised which I likewise i observed at the tune not to be denied the satisfaction -

ttMMtr; from tljc masters the ccrtifiit i of Spanish growth or tnanufarto nor, and that without my orttr, br confided to me, towards all the citizens which should also be put down, in or .," I
<- ?s, or pASip'irtH, panted by the ries, shall) pay, tUIf of one hundredand could, by no mean, take upon fintself of ine United States, without exception, (lerio leave written proofs of what was ,
heult i <<.m"t'r at the quarantine ground,' sixty tons,or upwards, *trdllart; to dispose of those papers; that th..demt'ft who visited the country;that I could assure going on, for I must confecs that I did
an.l see that they are in strict confor* if under one hundred awl sixty, and bad retired, but ha"' come Mr. Andrew Jackson; as well in actually think I was going to become '

mitt' with the cleanliness of the vessel. above one hundred tonJ/t*' the number of persons on board their under one hundred tons, Mm 11.11.,... for him to drliVer up the paper, capacity of govrrnor of Prnsaeola,that my entreaties were in vain, and could
hiih. &<'.Require answers on oath Air c"ery"oy" ,, excepting the vessels ud bad required a written answer to all the paper which it should br my never learn what 1 had been bro"'thttbue
to a11 questions which he may think it from the states of Louisiana, Mississippi said summon,which he had given that duty to give up, should be delivered to for. Finally: as I was consider I "
jic-'Mi-v to put, in relation to the and .Alabama which shall not he bad immediately repaired to my \him on thai very tmr day, providedthat ins!; myself as plunged in an abyss ,of ;:
h "a!:'.. or cleanliness of the vessel, if pay oftener than pure in three months. aouw, to acquaint me with what was '|, delivery should take place in a misfortune and deprived of the protection '

he .auld deem it,necessary ; and re- I'.very vessel arriving from any other awls on, but had not found me at j[:manner shewing that !*r paid some attention of the laws, the time arrived,when
pou the board every thing concern- port shall pay, if of one hundred and home. and that in the morning of the to my rt"prt""ISU&hJ'unn Governor Andrew Jackson drew from

in 'IIurh'J Hct, uihirh be may considerit ity. tons or upwards, ,nr t,'"..,i.taul rO, them "to know.Tov . under one hundred and sixty tons and speaking to r* e, thinking that it was |I to which t ,*m subject, I begged leave written and which from the translation ,,y
' t .ink il etraut.4ary. cer eha t.nartl ..r ... ,,_ 10".1-1 'hnC"Ia"J.tt..1I ItnuM- ....*.*. IV tbetijfht tbe ...-. I cjimr ;tnr..,.. I/: used mr vcretojrv an order to carry me to the Jail.I .- r
.. h- ..%.t i direct, from the flntda'or June i Lvery master of a vessel anivini bv sea wuUkI be more secure than -f his o.n to write to general Jackson an official rCJuutedbe interpreter to ask the ? ,
to t ... last day of October! everycs- fmm a port in the U. S. or direct,from house, he bad caused them to be'letter, whet-in 1 repeated what I had Governor whether he did not shudder

iel in turttnd report their condition. Spain, or her colonies shall pay far brought there, whenr they had; been already stated to his commissioners at such a conduct towards me, and to f
Arid 4 also shall be his duty, to fur- himself one dollar and a //.(/"; for every left okitough at the tine I was benti ;, tell him that I protested before the government -

t1.' all .persons aiing in, or connected cabin passenger, ant dollar and aha that he knew noihin;else;that a search I offi-cers'nil; : of the United States, against ..
w'1 .a1s! department copies of all or- (/'; fur every seaman and steerage had just been made at his hour; that seven o'clock P. M. the same commissioner the author of such atrocities offered to

ii I iities tif the board of health, and passenger, one dollar: and if arriving the papers had bed demanded of him called at my house :and summoned my person and to my official character '

. IU: instrutions as may be necessary, from any other port, for himself and and that upon has answer that they mr either to deliver up the paper The governor, who, this time suffered .
for t ie belter executing the sam every cabin passenger two dollar each; were at at my h.use-they had seized as a private individual or to follow what I said to be translated replied '
The Dtttlet f thi Ilfalth Officrr. for every seaman and steerage passenger him aid<< were taking him to joii. I" thrnt to the governor's office. 1was that he was responsible for his conduct

Sec. 3. He stall attend at the quarminc , one dtlter and a half each ; all approved of Sotra's conduct in sending then suffering iamb from my disease to his government only, that he cared .
rnund i mediately upon the which ,,>urns shall be paid by the master the boxes of pipers to my ftvuse; and which did not allow me even to but little about the consequences& and

itrii J i of any vessel tereand: as often or consignee, of such vrattl. And upon the spot,dispatched my adjutant, stand on my fret. I stated to them that 1 might protest before God if I'
betides as'1'ic board of health may dire the master of every vessel so arriving Don Ucrnardo FrHrto, to the<< governor, that the !state ftfmy health made it impossible chose. 1 was conducted to the Jail at

t.It. f shall, within six hours after his vesv-l, to ifiform bin ia my name, that Mr. for mr to go. out. and that a* H: o'clock, and without any regard for .
stall be.bis duty to board all vcsvJ shall Ix moored deliver at the health Domingo Soasa was an officer under to the papers that bad been demanded. the state of my health. My house remained '

tli"! as soon! as practicable, after their office, a true account of the'! ton age of my control, tint employed in the commission I did not, until then know; positively, open. Some United States
,, av-;val there : to cwsmine into the state his vessel, the place from which she are ; that he bad no right deliver what they consisted of, hut that whatever : soldiers were stationed there. The .
01" : ,- With of all persons, on board, rivrd, and the number of seamen and up die papers that were demuufed of they might be, I could only give Spanish officer and the persons of my 4
anJ ito aft events connected with the passengers brought in said vessel, and h.m, that if his excellency would have them up, either as .Spanish commissioner confidence who were in the house or !
h'-u't i of Me stew during; the voyage$ ; shall pay at the health office the several the gaminess to apply to me, and if the by virtue of the treaty, if according who came afterwards were drivtn off, i

t1!:<. numter: of deaths that occurred on sums due, agreeably to these t't'gu.latJethL apersin qurstion near such a. ought to that treaty, they were to be and none were suffered to remain. My
:in .*1. and require :answers on oath, to : if.lie Liras rp,they should be delivered given up, or. a* former governor to papers and those of the .government q
all "icU qii.-fttions as he may put onHivsf And every master, neglecting to without any difficulty provided they which S latter office the papers must belong which had been entitled to me, were:
ku'ijci: or asa to the cleanlinessof make such payment, or .o deliver such were asked for in a convenient manner since they were laid to be in thr abandoned; ,without any inventory being
t .v vessel. account shall forfeit the sum of Mr and recommended to my adjutant, to buses: } for all the papers relative to taken of them. No body did even take :+
1'u strip and detain! all vessels subject hundred duller ; and if he delivers a explain well to the governor that; those civil and criminal affairs of ordinary the trouble of putting together and '

to yua-antine, and the person's board: false ay.mant'i h intent to defraud papers could be J; U'ftip by nobody justice, had bcrn given up by the constitutional keeping the keys o* my trunks. My
nva'ilv to the ordinance for the shall forfeit the sum of three hundred except myself: My adjutanton his return alcalde, and the protocols money and the funds which had been i

health of the < iiy, and the regulations dollar. told me that the governor had bad bern handed over to the commissioner confided to me, to meet the expenses of
anl 'nitiMirtiont", which -he may from By order of the hoard of health, maintained the order for the imprisonment of the United Stairs; but if a list my commission, were likewise aban

time tw time receive from the board of J. C. ItKONAUC, Rrddt'nlll1J!,. of Sousa.and that he had answered in writing should br given to mt',specie doned withoutany account: being taken r
ht ollt'". .tri t.f/rt'.td"nl if 6f"rJ.f 1I."dII. to him-"Fell col. Callava; that 11;ffying' the papers which were required, of them, as was also every thing- else

To make a minute examination of all Attest, shall' also sen! him to jaiL" Not 1 should answer to it. About an hour belonging to me personally. On the .

vessels, and if foul, or infected, to .ubjc 1). SIIAVXOV, Ctrrk. doubting but ui answer so unexpected i alter, received, on a half sheet of paper 33d; at II o'clock, A. M. a writ of //a-
,.t them i'i quarantine until unlad nc'd and which could br jusliS, d by a list in English, and I told the btu. Corpus was issued in my behalf, '
atid cleaned.! Col.! Calla" none of the preceding occurrences,I I person who had,brought it to me, thati by Judge EligJus Fromentin but Governor

To turret: all vessels from any port moot THE LOltSIAXl COURIER.t rout be the result of a great mistake m i I,1 i should cause it to translated, and Jackson in contempt of the
between the equator and thirty three Don Joseph Calla\.,5rani.ra cplo. the translation of my explanations to then answer to it. I sent the list to the judge's authority, opposed the execution
df Tr's of nort'i latitude, to pfrform at rte) and late governor of \\ cat Florida, governor Andrew Jackson I sent back interpreter i and went id bed. Shortly of the writ.. On the same: day towards
least twenty four boutS quutantiiic. now in said province as being commis my adjutant, accompanied by another after, as I was taking a little rest, a 5 o'clock P. M. the officer of the ,

To repot without delay io the boardof sioncr on the part of the Spanish go officer and the public interpreter, in or- number of soldiers headed by an officer, United States army under whose guard
Health, the condition of every tes- eminent, to cause to be fully executed der that they might Utter explain the and under the orders of the same commissioner I was in prison, communicated to me

si-1 vicb he boards ; the number of every thing agreed upon between his mailer him. They went, and bating tore down the enclosures, an order from the Governor stating p

persons on board, their health $te. du- Catholic majesty and the United Slates executed their mission, they returned got into my house, and entered my room that, as he was in possession of the pa-
ai.II". the } number of sick, their of America, in relation to the cessionto and told me that the gvrernor: bad an- with bayonets in their hands. I sat up pers, 1 must be discharged from impri- ,
daMrs!;; ,voyage tec. with the lime which he the said United Stales of the said sis'ered'to them with a very loud voice, on my bet, exclaiming: that siuce as a I onment, and be accompanied home by '

way think it to subject them Florida, by the treaty of amity and set I and ia the presence of teu'nI persons free man I was no longer secure in my the officer of the day, and that should ej
to 'jUttantit.c.: necessary tlement of limits, ratified by the two I *& CWpnrCatttre iMt g*19 tie eal*&.. own house, and neither my character ol ascertain whether ihe boxes were clos rled

'oJ .1.0 to place in the quarantine powers on the 32d of February of: 10." 1 remained stupified, and could representative> of my nation, nor my, and scaled. I observed to the officer

boshital, tu'be established at the the present year, 1821, do make the' only attribute so eauaenlisq f an rank, nor the inviolability of dwelling,t communicated the order,to me,
ranine ground all who qua- statement; which I do attest to 'event, either to a total alienation of which 1 ought to enjoy in the United:. that 1 could not enter my house again, ti

te9nire medical, aid,persons and bestow may be present true in every respect,under the oath mind or to perfidious repnrts. Having, States were respected, I did place myself without being;: assisted by a Judge to
these attention in his upon which I lake upon my honor as sol., howcter nothing to ground my ideas under the protection of the government -I which he replied that I might look Wry
every power.
OJ!rdutin and tbligotltnt if'/' mature cmnly as the law requires, contenting u Ou.1 resolved to call ott the goternor of those United States, and solemnly one. In consequence I left the Jail accompanied
with head for the truth of immediately after dinner nut before protest against the author of, by that officer and several
ftamrngr, and crew vfvettetii to answer my *
three I was answered, other and repaired to Mr. Eli-
and if fatal In relation to said statement" which; contains a narra I the dlnl"r.as oter, K"ltkmt"ftr31led outrages enormous. persons
ytiarani Hrooke's house and slated that I the men-: gius .Fromentin who is the judgein
. lion of the outrage committed against at col. must give up papers only
j
Her. 4. 1\ resscl bound to Pcnsatota. -: character as Spanish commissioner, : that tb*,. were instructed require the tinned in the list, or rise I should be W"st .Florida and I found him sick. AIn
s'.ia'l: cry the Navy I* my and against my immediate delivery of the papers, because forcibly taken to the prison. I replied,, presence of all the persons who had
to my person
proceed directly again
{ Wcdncsda the twenty ; the governor hid no nerd to usetowards that 1 had sent the Date to the interpreter -: followed me to his house, 1 made: hima
*t'" j rd the to anchor and dwelling )
ne come
shall submit to such search as; the,, second health oni shall and the and during the ..i following by the any mote regard, than he would was sick, and that I begged not to br him to afford to my person and
cr require
crew shall ; clean-: of said Western Florida, and with respect to any other individual. forced to leave my house at so tale an i my domicil the protection of the law.
assist
in
unloading I
in?, and 'urifving such vessels,, when.i 5 commissioner governor the part of the United i I an4rred to them, that I requested, hour, and that ifin order tu prevent ihe:> He: told me that his health 'did not al- t'
ever ordered sir The I j Statesunderthe aforementioned treaty. them ia stair to the commissioner: of eaecutionofthrordr 1s, it wasufficient L low his accompanying me, but that I
the 'health officer. t the United Slates, governor Andrew that I should permit the boxes and even i'' could take; witnesses to cause to be,as-
follows
master, bit officers. and \ cn-i The facts arc as : *
crew pa\ll ; situation in which I should. .,
and certaincd the
P"4 5't \\ : About four o'clock r. M. I was hi Jackson, thai it was a-oniW sbe my trunks to Wopriwd, the papers i
oath '
all questions>> on (.UllO make them true respective answersto << :I the house of Mr. George M. Brooke, i could thus loose sight' of my official or any thing else to be toXcu out ofi !find all my effects. I repaired tom y' j



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,followed by a number of person of individuals and appcrtainine] C'h2r2tttr0 will manifest a properc expressed his approbation of hit I now proceed to another pan

and by the officer. 1 found there the to their right, and which are aecwred rspect for fre dignity of the ondact-that he wai acting under his eol. Callava's narration, which, I of
article ofhe their cjrculive.We rdcr* and that himself! was rtspon- shew, deserves yip
armed force ; my papers were caticr-- to them by and under the 2d you no more credit, and j

cd on'the table, and 1 pcrcchcd that a treaty wits Spain concluded at lave the honor lobe, Str. See. ke.RODERT Bible. He insisted much upon certain entitled to no more respect, than 15}!

box containing paper, and which had heciiy of Washington on the 22d day HUTLEK, rights which he contended he had a* foregoing. ( The<< tart tf tot Collar,

been closed and scaled with eighteen of I'rbruar,1s19, and ratified on the C:./ U. S. Jr*,- commissioner ; at one time he said he tlatemtnt here commented o/i, i9 to

teals of my internment, had been bro corresponding> day of 1821, and must J. C. BRONAUC.H. held the paper as late governor, that found Immediately ensuing the k

. ken open, and that it had been closedand remain for the protection of the right| Tolls fltcclkncy, he could' not hold them as an individaI above quoted commencing with sn

scaled again with different seal rand property fir the said individuals, ASDHF.W[ JACKSON ; as if the mere possession! of public word. feeling myielf strongly check tAt

Until now the state of my health has and no officer o( Spain can rightfully) (;.wr..r t fihr n.rltI" ocurucnts confrrretl upon him diplomatic erf, and ending with that flaragrafib,]

not enabled me to make the necessary take them away or keep them from the A tnr cop from the original on f file pritilrRe He said if they were With his excuse for leaving col)

I examination of my private papers, nor office of the duly appointed Alcalde for In nay ifficc. (;WALTON, demanded of him in writing governor Brooke's have nothing to offer,further,

of the public$ and private paper of the the city of 1'.n'Kula. It i* farther r- 8nrtf.,.,.,'"'. f7.rirl. Jackson, either as commissioner orate than to say that he appeared in ordim.

/ if the aid late CJovemor kt ,""M rtflll}. health he walked
government and those!' rcluthc to my tiered that Mctiorandurn of the Documents governor ry as with great

commission. A* for the money, nuthing Don Jessie Callava or hit steward Fulla- whkh late this day been demanded of Finding every effort to induce a sur- pidity, and I :am not informed that ta.b

wanting.. t rat when the stove describedjsaerrs areIcttuttoVd col. Joe+ Callava, aftrreablv to the order render of the paper, in rain, we requested was confined to his house or bed before!

I The preccdinjstatement.M the expression ( (*f them, should fail or refuse of hit excellency, major general the .'(alert to read the latter or sincr: ,anel his seUingout a few days

'" of truth without any suppression. to deliter the ante, that the sai dutudrrn Jackson, gotemor of the Florida Cart of our commission, requiring us* afterwards,to ride post haste to the city

The farts: therein staled h:1had Don Joe Callava and hit strsranll'ale *, an4 i hich on the demand of col. of his refusal to surrender the of Washington, is conclusive that

no antecedent and: 1 am ignorant of th Carat IK fojthwith ught before rn: at Itohrrt Hider, and J. C. Ilronaugh, aecompiiired papers: to bring him before the gory r- state of his health was not suchaib

I f at.4> *,Ur-h w r ln",.* rn.Jurrd them my om..... then and there to answer sttrhinterrogatoriei by II.[ M. Hrackenridgr, lor. Our report will shew the manner represents. The letter which he spent

I do solemnly swear that curry thing 1 an way W put to inert, col Cullen promiseti t<. deliver to (ol. in which we then proceeded. of having; written to the gorernormtn

t have declared true and I am ready' to of and coneenunj the premise and to Itutler, if should be foaM in the Wilt it not be naturally asked, what have: been penned some time after <

" furnish proof thereof and I do withthe abide by and rirrfmii such ..rdrr-IDd boxes deli tried hey to him by Domingo confidence can be given to col. Calla- departure: which shows, at least, inac.*r

frame solcmnityprutet; before (God decree" touching the Mid document* Soau. ia** account of any t+nvrrai+n or crttrrtxfr '- curacy in his relation of facts. There

' my government, that of the U. Stat-. and papers; secured to ihem a* afore I. The pap* relating to the estate when we find him guilty oho i is more than mere inaccuracy in hii

t' ., and men in general, against the author Aid..,td tilt" jti tke of the ease way of JoseMariatIdal. i gross a mistatcment a* that Mbcforetinner stating that "at 7 o'clock, P.1.. the

j and the executors of those horrid out demand. !. Proceeding in the case of Carlo was over three gentlemen calledat same commissioners called at my home

r t rages.. Given under rwy hand at Pewacd. de Vllle k Kugete Sierra. en). llrfeoke's house, and stated thathejr and summoned me either to deliver

Under the same oath, 1do declare Urn 23d day of Aa vrs,1fl31. J. Proceedingin the of Manuel were instructed to require the immediate the paper as a private individual,an
s ease
t j, 1L that during the lime 1 havtbren governor (Signed) AXDIUvW JACKSON', Bonfay, k Carla de Vllle. >livery of the papers, 6t tuetheRoternor to follow them to the governor's office.or"

t of West l Florida I have: used all I C.rrrtr.r q/ for /'hriJ.. e'.. t'l'. 4. Document it the of Peter had no nerd louse! toward I It wa* at that hour, that the alcalde cat.

the citizens of the United Stales without To Colonel Kobeti Ilutler of the army (;lInk k+ Tomas Vlbcca.cac me, any other way: nor to shew me anymore led upon him :and delivered the memorandum

exception, who havebrcnritterresiclinb and Doctor J. C. Hronaufjh: in company The whose of the Woe having regard than he would with respect of the documents accompany,

'" or travelling in the |m *'incc. with Henry M. Ilrarkrnrid r, ti o relation to the right paper of to any other individual; ? The fairness" in;; our report, with positive inform*.

it t .t with the utmost kindness and alien- execute and return and report tl+eirnll. in West Florida and which prate and candor of this mode of expression, tion that we should call in two hours

, t time ; that I have always respected ani I A true copy from the orijjtttal .n file individual are interesrd.n and the word 6tt u.et may: be readily to receive them agreeably to his

caused to be respected their parson in my olficr.v I IUtO. U. M. DKACKENRDOK Alcalde.Pensacola estimated. He proceed, through the mise. His excuse that this memoraa.pro

, and property; that whenctcf any or ( \LTIN% t .\up;. 22nd. H21. greater part of the extract, lo give a dum'of the documents! was not trans
-
: them has nude: himself.guilty of an &tr""I'J 4/ {tray J-1"J.t tt A true copy, from tie sriginal on file speech, which he professes to hate recited lated is idle and ridiculous, as it contained
..
infraction of the laws he hat rxpcricnced t in office.OEO. tons on that: occasion: on the nature : but a few lines of English, with
- on a indulgenceThese t'''* '('VL', .\8I'1a21, J8 I.1 my of its and
I, my part generous WALTON, Set. W.Horida. rights privilege as com the Spanish mimes of persons interested
u arc facts so well established, that S1R-Pursuant to your official ord r mUionrrthc absurdity of which must in the and could! not have

if throughout the United States an appeal bearing this date, we. pr wc
was made to all those who nigh t house of Cot. Calltra, who was al *rh|: tendon to thaw passages in col Callva's {*- duties a*commissioner had ceased to translate. We returned about nines

i have complain of my administration I but on again rrtwrnHig to his l10uw atatrmtnf, which refer to occurrence : with the delivery of the country. It i o'clock, and from

14 feel! (confident not one would, dome forward shortly after, we found him arcompi- whew 1 wa personally concern :true, that some minor points connected were perfectly satisfied every that appearance col. Calla,

*. That 1 Have\ held ...4ch a conduct Died" by a number cf Spanish oftVcHclothed ed. [Tktittrt n..1t'fl1" j* !. I with them had been previously referred va and his, friends expected us, No

not only because it is conforinablto with their We arm, awl :M 6t' f..rt4 .u l'tMJ porogreph, 11U to the decision of the respective gotten closure were.torn down, as he states.en

I'' my} dispositiw but because it "'Urt' John I emHiy on the porch. The des Use' "."'f/IlI"" ("?!f -rM" 'If" uirda "5a t 'I mtnts, but the 0s y ,*rr..i. c.iu'* in The guard was stationed at distance

,' tntncuard to lit Jj\ mv government, mind was formally made of the dfCU;L 6tfA"the 'tdarr." (!''t. cited raadi+s.r ** 'tots country was never known or even from the house in the a .
k r i nat. my propcnsmb acr so towardall s ments enumerated in jour order, awpercmtorih feudasve attrmmn !. my reftrtttntaTUerrailrr conjectured by Jackson to $street until l admittance

UH'lIt without distinction is illus. refused; when hr wa informed ,,.,,." bate been for governor had 'been three times refused.
that his rrfintl womld W any public purposesucha A bustle, and what appeared to be
trati'd by my pastcondwi, as veil as a ron judge, what reliance a
( may thing] wa nrtrr intimated either. verbally of
swords
individual ftidcrrd ai drawer the atilbo rattling and fire arms, was
as setting
private when acting in a i is to brplaced this
upon pompous manifesto or in writing. It was even heard
supposed in the house. The
I' public capacity, a conduct which I do rity exercised by you ulf01"etttfJrfJtb< not fear to submit to the most Fluridas in the execution of the laws 4 vrrsatitnwhatcvrrtsxk between very then otlered up. When we got round
srtupu place
the that he would embark
, lous and demanded and thiconsequences country, to the other side of the house, all was
investigation. CALLAVA.It they were again .
rol. Hitler and myself, with col. Calla with the Spanish and it i is most
troops
quiet, and there
I refusal on his part rnumeratnl ..': tra,at etc A..*f /r.lr, *r, on thai sincerely to be regretted that he did was no light except a
is \oubiliroug1o" but in which refusal he tillJ1t"niltrdahd..e 1 candle burning in one of the rooms.
an error tha time !
t day, Drat other Col. Hotter
any not, :a* his presence! ha* had an evidenttendency We then ascended
the editors of the Pensacola: I'loridian wrre about taking and ntself, in the execution, of our to that high flight of steps
I t. in leave for the final prevent dependence to the porch, while the guard remained
publishing the statement of the our tF prepare rwru commission, :accompanied by the alealdcaloutfite on, and attachment to the governmentf
t transactions relative to Colonci Calla lion of Jour order when t> l. Callara o'clock in the .. at ordered arms below. After remain-
evening, the United States the inhabitants
; by Spanish
t vft whirh from desired that if would furnish him ing some time and making frequent
we extracted their mini we prtKcrdd to the house of cot Callava, which be desired.
wa so much to fruitless
i her of the 2Sth of August, have stated witharojsy of the memorandum settinf which ii situated short distance iron It may be contended that although enquiries for col. (allan,

that the late intcndant of Louisiana forth the dor u menu required, lie wouhdclitiTrtbem d that of ol. Brooke. On enquiring :a t col. Callava had no right to whom we at first supposed had fled, we'
entered the hall.
(Air Mratr had been to us, to which we .. Upon entering the
,.1 ) imprison asses Iris g.tfWI' were informed, that h r diplomatic privileges, that he wuf'ntitlt'd
by Claiborne for ted. The .Irakic II. M. yet room where the candle was burning! ,we
governor a we 'k, lir Hraekenridgraccordingly was diring with the gentleman just to a certain from the fount!
courtesy
cot. Callava but
he
not as states
cause he would certain waited him with ,
not tire up on a cop merit iontd. From
e papers unwillingness to ex official character with which he hadheretofore !1 "
his bed.
"sitting He instantly
l belonging to this country. It i ir of the memorandum<< txtrwhb arrompantedami kate on*commission at that partkula been clothed. nut to!. Cal upon rose -
and advanced
the
to middle of
well known to fiery one hcrV, thaI t informed him that hr wouh moment we continued to walk thr lava ought to have been aware that h e the I
with
I i such. a circumstance never tnukplacrrsr. ,j rail the in two.. hour for the reception: o' :street for about half an hour; !suppot- had long before forfeited all claim even astonishment rom. which an expression was evidently of great asiiTm '

V1tiXN.tl.A I --.I o ._.mhf.f'8miwd'r d... _,.....:;.......-a 41_ _.I r.pro....j- ins....e that by..Airti this,time saw the company mi ehMw .t to this (ouUes,. Ills conduct in relation 'rf. In frt :t variety of ctrcumtUn.ces .
ireimK,_svme msfamuetion to me restricts
point to toe revperijve
had
the gate and limit of the house evidently been studied and
jean wins ouneltes, toe hating
Foniur Er.ontptta. I : governments, had rendered it
closed the fonflC"r'We' prepared on the occasion, for the sake
rnrd
o by retno- suffered
|
I han circumstance interfere
in any to for
seen a publication the New the ta thus ad-
t necessary governor of
sing a bar, and on reachiinf the latter, with dramatic effect. The means thaswere :
Orleans papers signed ** C.H.LAV," the discharge of the important drrs himwhen these things shall be
a ccmHcl<<-rab1r.tir W'C'ttttd to lie taken to the are
making duties procure papers
purporting to be a in assigned us more especially a" made known to and to
y hereon in the house we knocked several time the my government detailed in our report I assert that: it
;
> in his
relation to the occurrences ] the ". .t'tnur"'at stting judiria) ytturt, I mutt ask what confidence can
without rrrehinf hen admittance is utterly false, that it was ever said to
,
22nd of August,"" hich he attests to IK $f-anwer w rapacity and rxpret.ng our report-we be placed in tour excellency, what in col. Callava

t 1 true in t.'ctt'sIH.'ct., under the oath was demanded in the name o f returned to the hone of col. CalUta, your secretary, for requesting<< time on by us, "that unless he gave
1 the Covernor in three instances still up the papers mentioned in the list, he
/ which lIe takes upon his honor, as sol. and were informed thu he had not yet account of your health, guinea pledgethat should "
< the law without reply. The guard wa then come home. It wa tUII concluded be forcibly taken" to prison. U
-mnly as requires, con cntinJ' to the receipt should be in
; adVancr given a was distinctly stated to him th if he
ordered
to and form in front .t
the alcalde
to with his to col.UrM1.e's
answer head, for the truth request gc to manner satisfactory to me, and afterwards -
of said statement. This pubS calion of the h< us % and part detached to the slid inform C'ol.l'all.natbat: we nishrtto regardless of that pledge and of would open the boxes, which were then
t tear, when h.'u dirotrrrd that thebark in view, and had) recently been covered
feel him his
I myself, from a sense of truth and see at base on bnsi ,
4 your express agreement positively refusing -
door and several with seals, we would select the ,
was nrssofimportanre. papers
Span
open Thishe "
jutirccanstrasned to pronounce! a tissue according to gitr it? He was likewise
and
Uh odkC'1"'ille )Ir. who i is he might consider them as fort ibly
I of falsehood anddistortionsiffat s Innrrarity I did, while we walked towards the informed "that his wilful breach of the
one of tnurrahltdoweiron the porch ; whkh i It taken from him, and a receipt should M
from the commencement to ihe kind tt' about thirty yard*from agreement tntrred into rendered null
But, fur the palpable untruth 'of that We enquired for CoL Callava, to which the house,and remained tic-re until the and void the receipt given for the ordinance given for them. It was impossible ciat::>
we au*"'eml did know under the circumstances, greater deli
part: of Col. Callava statement >whic ytrw they not alcalde rrtumedwhirh was not morethan the one being the considerationon
relates whriY Ik was-liffbl* tare procure* ten minute, and cacy and forbearance: could have: been
to that
my personal) agency in jthca reported which the other wa founded. The
and tin ... .. observed towards him. More than aft
rooms .f't'ltna uhrn Col. Cal
r fair I should t41.| CtalUva
not
nothavc appl'arecl.cforc'. wa* disposed to com circumstance were reported to the
Tara wa found in Isis bed diu..trd f government hour had elapsed, before the officer of
the and do o ply with our that he had
public '
now so with extrcnireluctance. request spokin of the United States, and col.
his coat-Demand wa then made tip .r on the of the the guard every effort to obun the
e The f\tllo"iuK is the com- subject papers of his Callava informed that no further correspondence
Anr iiiJsiinu promise
under v.ol. liutlcr and unit acronl, talked of the law of nati would be held. with him.
myself an43& r a+tofii." they VtC"f't'iII! ed, called to do his thitv.I .
acted,on tX t occasion and ou r fl9ett ortvaitd declared that he was no iamrnable And ire after this, he thought to upon
official refused, and made proper have thus far'confined in
J scu iairmpt myself a
report thereon. on as a private individual. After a remain here, he certainly had no rightto : '
i his part to how that 1W was not great measure to the refutation of thosepart
sownafe i fthftrt consultation
% It being made known 1 we advanced to- consider, that he would be viewed in
: to mr by the of
to the laws to he col. Callava's statement in
; which was an- nl"
u the house, and about haIr
confession Domingo Sotna that I way a different light(; from any other individual.
the "
cred which 1
\ lhllt I
ft time Cifitrnmrwasinthrcxtcution . mkt 1. am personally" concern
1 named co) Callava and several Spanish] I that there is truthin
? papers in th.* petition of Hetir 'ar repeat, no .
) the law bound to demand pledge myself some future occasionto
<<
in full
uniform
officers with their sid
.M. his assertion "that his that of
::
Hrackenridge, Alcalde for the citof stay,
the pliers a* they >rtiaii rd to the shew that the remainder of this extraordinary :
I'ensacola, and which "'('re demanded rights and ap| arts, some Spanish gentf n, all or his secretary, and of his oftVer; depended
iitditiduaU is at variance
mi publication equally
property whom
appeared to be rrtiring from the
,
under the determination of
my orders as the property o t dent in. Pensacola and that forma dinner upon the with truth and candor And
followed col. Calla
private individuals by Col. (Jcorg complaint had Intn made that they va almost partr.V( his points referred (o our respective go. when a full) exposition of the whole! tf-

Walton Secretary West Florida, were imprnMrly withheld and that the' immediately to own tcrllmt'ntss a private indivtttua fair shall be made, founded evidence i.
hoase
Cot J :Miller, Clerk of the County Court (;urrttwrknew tlistinrtion between where we found him in the only could he be known, and viewing the most unquestionable upon, it will

of llscamliia, and Henry M.: Hrarkcn Col. porch surrounded' by these gentlemen him as such it would have been censurable
Callava and other then be with what col.
any man under Cot Duller seen propriety
,t Alcalde I whohad ito previous acquaintance in the to have made
ridge, for the City of I' nsaco. his gosernmrnt-wethen<< proposed that governor any Callava appeals to the sympathy and
introduced and after
wa ,
la after distinction between him and
were said demand in (:01. C'aliata: : Domingo of
pursuancof would drlitrr the-papers sortie justice the public, and whether he
i ., orders general convrrsfttion, the fJlJjt"C'tor Sousa, or Fullarat the steward.
aforesaid Hat
my as was made b and
he should has been
) : hate mr rrrript for iur not guilty of a lamentablerashnr : :
the said Domingo Sousa and commission was fully explained the case been reversed, and the : .
a negro them,w hich was also refused Vt e then again lo dim, the alcalde in the paper ** in staking 'his head upon the
man carried this through presence demanded at the instance of col. Catlava
the
day to house or demanded them. rritrtaiingour truth of his statement.: It is true he
sentiments of hit
the late Governor Don lose Catlava interpreter, his secretary from some obscure individual, justice .
that his himself in
h'fuulHtald
be tiewrd and.Mr. expose to to real danger
and delivered Itmeraritr, all of whom were would have its and
(the said documents pursued course, :
and asan open arti,f mutiny to the chit writ with making such a pledge however'f&nd1f;
papers) into the of hu acquainted the Spanish amlaneuarrs not a whisper cf complaint would have
I mi possession steward authority. exercised in the Flotidas, and English and who occasionally and theatricals but true diernUv and conscious
named I'ullaral. been heard.<< The whole burden of his
than he must << the honor call fur no such extravagant
ckpcct
i 4 Colonel! Robert ronsequencr; assisted in the interpretation. A complaint to be the disrespect
uutier of the army or he prrst Tled. tu refuse and the officer of appears avtervaiiotts.!
the United States and Doctor demand was then made of the doru: shown to one of his elevated' rank he
J. C.lironaugh the
guard ordered J. C. nno .\UGn.
was to take him and
menu a* wt forth in
accompanied by M. any
Henry Fullarat his *t'-''ard into custody and The foregoing been submitted
lirarkcnrMge, Esq. Alcalde for the utmost temperance and delicacy waobsertrd right tn withotd the paper: provided having
City bring them before your lixcellency,. to Dr. I do hereby
me by
of Pcnsacnla, will wait Col. Uun on our part toward cot. Cat. hey were asked with the tuavitrr In .Hronaugh,
I Jose Callava and his steward upon named which is now done. We would add in'I lava, but on hu part great vehement *"'W"t which thought himsftrC'ntitr certify that: the rlctmd the circumstances -

r: (:Fullarat, and demand from them the conclusion that Col. Callava repeatedly -II' of future, and apparently (and a* we to; but this i* :a kind of ethics fur which therein related by him as well

following this delivered asserted that he would not be taken I hale'saner understood) more tiolcnr the people of the United States: have: his joint report with col. Butler, arc
day
papers to outof his house altar, but he seemed to I of strictly true and hud :a
4 the said I'uliarat at the house of the act without rtprrsskin:( than wa interpreted" tn very little respect. "The great and correct,having
much difficulty i when the u*. | Thr conversation personal acquaintance with the whole
i occupied u powerful
said Col. Callava by the said Domingo can generally protect them-
guard
was ordered
to prime and load- least 4 an hou r-rt ery circumstance in Hint, it ii the humble and the transaction.:
Sousathat ,
,
u to First poor
:- the A
1
say corporal and three detached
relation II. nRACKENHIDOE.
were to M.
to the document
documents and wa repeatedly who require the defence and shelter of
1 of Nicola papers relating to the remain and guard the house of Col.Cal. itatrd to him. The fint part or the law." .Uc3de qf Pensacoic.
estate Maria ..
Vidalv
Sc lava
cond, the documents in the proceedings boxes and to prevent the removal of the our commission,containing a list of the I That col. Caltava should !state that I certifj that no conversation took

between<< Carlos de Ville and Eugene and which had contained the documents dorurhent, kr. was read and explained I he wa "unacquainted with the nature place between col. Butter and Dr. llronaugh -

Sierra.-Third, the documents and which :Mr. Brackrnridge rr- to )him by the alcalde.' The conduct and description of the papers, the delirvery with col. Callava, al myhouse

in the case of Manuel Honfky and papers cognised relation in his bed room>-From the of 50'*a in drlhcrinic them at to). Cal r of which was thus demanded,'. on the 1htl of August and thatneitV.frcol.

Carlos de Ville.-Fourth, document in this business inbi..h Mr. Innerarity<< stands las a'a house., after the formal demand'' diiptay a disregard of decency and Hut fer. or Dr. llronmgf1'cre t(
togttbrrwith the interest
and papers on the proceedings in the by the authority of the j;' ieroor, was truth entirely of a piece with the rest bf my house on that day.
takrn the side of
on Col. Callava, rrprrvnted to him, and it ( Ell. :M. 11KOOK1Prn
case of Peter Guilkcs Tomas appealing his publication. U te had the fullest information ;
against
and the
at time
Villasica all which documents same 4xerci.injr the from the declaration of Sou**, that of the specific paper from 'acoa. Sept. :Rlt2l.
and
papers functions of one or the Cablldd of this they here then in his beur-we again Sousa the day before,and the ,.......... -
on
j s are acknowledged to be the twenty
pro. city we d em it an indispensable duty in consequence made a formal: drmand. MToml, in tw presence of capt. Dadc To the fd: .",rw of the Jyorridian.if .

J a Col. P. isiat; his farm in Tennessee to recommend-his that iu the your lixcellcncrwilffdl .; lie then declared that Soua m the particttlar: : paper kqn'rI., ?"rrr as inn fromsed to give in te: last
f place Council with
a j this btitioes wa nothing hint his ser- f *?n made Stwtrn: tft l.lw ; ..mrn"r.1. n Haft rnt f fact* rrl-tivr<< tv\
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:1rrtsaud" impriwamcnt of our stance, exercitfd the
fie and respected chief, col. Don officers from power of striking i i eombtttiUe.with wood filled with p '
the
v--thv roll of the I
con
T0se C'allata, in order to correct a fewi.Matenient hecten ptssatILthispotterwhich army; but i! we may ; in a report inserted In theIu1Atna consider questionable, wr suredly meet it.-C..k.'III.. 00
without the dec arte bbls.family flour,
Advertiser, of fjlh of Aug.llMi.r on of a court martial, it should I,. m'JJVillllID con- 30 do. second quality do. t
tsc; hignatureof 11. H. Ue hate rxerciw with gnat caution. We re s he 50 bbls.best rye whisky,
b'-.ii fc.nce informed that it is your in. collect an imttancc, hich occurrrd during fully 10 do. gin
-
to itjwit the protest at length the late' : s\tt\T'S \\t.n\tt" wish
t -iU''ti, war when a highly .meri 40 boxes Comstock's cider
:? tincolonel against the proccrdinirft, torious and gallant ofUer war di miM* a5ltr.tl$. ..Uu-It refly liber 10 bbts. New York porter,
.,.tJ l shall therefore unit take notice of a ed the terrier by the Pfr ieteht upon the cftfJu tin-".c referourdistant '.! al S do. rum,
f,.'t mi.tatenientfc of Unsaid" writer, a* recommendation of CletHrral ltro nand hers t<| -/". 11. Arsri, esq. of I high ,. t do. peppermint cordial,
the%'particutariyiiflect (*rehi*..,aMd in upon an iiitc tiraiiofl .Alf the eirrum title, \"laama.-Ir. Jm M..| 5 casks claret wine,
umli s, ii'an of uur honor as well an thut Manressonsetiase after, k was clearly of ?atchrz-Major>> Jwr/A .\\ .- S kegs manufactured tobacco, -
tf,.ur chi<>f. !IKI. we think has bt-cn .ta'li.hftI.tJaat MI Far fiwm de er inif Xa h,iHe, T;-Mr. II!: II.. "..* learn 10OOO Ibs. best green coffee,
.:thT slighfinj-1. t; Stacked.The I <'........re for l.JI.e..air in which f.taunt Lrxingtne.hyr-Mr.. Ford,(En>j. al as S hh'ds. sugar,
\\t'iter true us that he in poinr tov'latr unar'-oMtttaMe came his ge&eral hadotKceeded St. Louis, Mo*--and Doctor /''! /. the A quantity of LEATHER, suitable
an affair u-hieh will proba'dy' I w hatinic him di.tIcrv, TmwtU,of sash ille, X. Caroina. for shoe makers.
",.,iv,. *,mie "oi"* and more print;!',I ti' he a* riC'hll.1M'\'... a tn fft a* any eripti tray any one of these The JNO. JOS. C. KEYSER.
.1111.1' mi'N.ctlkdt he then goes on offieer! wbo'batl received duI honor Oft bill bejaatisfauory.: Mail Sp n- Sept. 29,-$t. ,
.1'altrwugh' I am nut e\a tly acquaint- that da-C..inrtftf. Prnacola that
fH r aiUrrss, \\ *' !!
re! wiih a" lh- r.s( h. I think I : faithful an arZunt of them p* am To Maj. (;a. Awliew latk..n, late of iawrsbe! in U. States or feeie' pos Its LOST OR WAS STOLEN
,.Ih."- 1;.'i'%rttt, at t'jimonient! + :' H<.. is Bsc C. s.I'IIIf. hanks; -- the from me at the Theatre, on Tuesday
,,1 m'st.ikc-n; in H firsi remark; but Jthr C.l""r....", lisp%T&> Latin, 9 Owe earliest detrrmhittfes- | have: night, the 2th instant, a Black Morocco -
-,u'ti'v:: ill doubt' ul' hurt havinir repre-- Jtu. 31. 1121. CHI {H .,, ,,,". (5 1 1118.'h i trtl l r.AI11Ce- he$ confeiwes It.....Y..r adders toikeoSicrr* of nflire,,a in regard to thin territory r sixty dollars in notes of the Bank t.>t- -,_.
\-i, it I, in nut e\avtly Ott'tJuaiuled with he army upon I11iritc fram crtkr, which,!we could not tuK'h-DGr Louisiana: and four dollars in silver. I ,
tti"v. has just reached u. Wr cafittot ie ju'- we. This course is adapted under \.. will give twenty dollars for the Pocket
1 sire onward*, II. B. say that a tire to our ferKiijrs. a% MM*, and fir prrsu4sion, that our patron* will Book, if delivered to the Editors of the
itss......r ha ins* been! scat to Callava, rharaeter a. officers, witMKild an an- brlierSerted by and tore satisfied Floridian; or any information that will
t>: iiiji"lMu,!; the( papers, he promised to swer.The. information en whicS they may lead to its recovery will be gratefully ".
M-jnh fur them, awl wild them, if warm and l.slft1IaIJJRftMr in and that they woul* prefer our received. There are, also, papers of :; ;
t'.ti"i'!. lleiv I the writer forgets to MId. ,,'hic'l.'o..IMaft. beets pTotcd Ie lake neflefltf the snbjrct, rather than importance said Pocket Book; ..
nn :'r e".p"Cs, rondtlion that theyiiio Irate of .AIHllke Mncctv waimw in or c(4*.ms filled rifts the effusions( :: am4)nthich is :a Wilt, a Receipt from
l .iJ V' afl1.f'c1 of him in which j Capt. C. Root, fora SI50, Sec. &c.
as Sp; ;.Jti-fi commissary! and rKjrovrrMir hate contort, wbil .ore luRllise honor visionaries- Clf tins? t't'u' Iti': '(-. It I h true, lie rtf .eft'hac Muller your commend, mination we ha-e as yet g1"nI but : Pemacota Sepl. 29-3t.Y.11.2CISBET. t,.
tax-i.: dv.it .aftert"u hours had elapsed .I Udemand "a" n'h"ratfod and then Itttt< * "i .:. ini1>4s they were ank'tl for in the ha eso fiithfalJ)- wrned\ bright atour tit+-JTor the tind of matter which from Philadelphia, and
mai't'T jbmr Mated. Hut this: I* a-vttf. ichwfmwM; any, tfcfa caumoi profrifc toe .. alal: : nT.staienK'iit' inasntu'tia. it litri iid : *<'M ardrd a* your public. service loss, and coiW have filled our mt'utof .
UHt tchirf.altunworthy dttfo'on hate turn,with tbrapprobft..OHoffour with typographical. and { nti 1 (."';' to gain tiinr, whii'.i! was< ottdlviut''m : ,. 0\\n 5 ov...,.* wrU as the .|H baiMHi drlinrbtiofis. and dissertations on which with their 9
former stock will be '
;: h his ('hat'a't-'r. I I of tour feilow calms; there t Maltt*, political and cmnmercialHo pcct found t ..
W<- are next<< toH. tha. the 'X'Tttttt nothing leA for u* to < "". Ci'lava.'!! it a:u'' .,9.-10<<'1at Iii \. t-i-atitudej i that to puns They offer for
tr y"Jt ;e wtttt you our role-and we know that it is : ; in g sale,for Cash C ..
,. .,' 'uC'.uJl'lf'Cl 1\' setrral' Spahi- 11 into t hillitTh..t :. thus tie can do ourselves and ...' the < or
.i': ', ( rs in full uuifgrfa,' with t'KJtrsv the last art tef four Military iusatl. I packages: dark .1I z Kt K..k.dr ,
?/rdattlt wir sJd,'. \ywr; arc givf Ml f airrr, should hatmm to tease I or,*the kind of information we (. M..I..nd..tu .criped and fancy _
tq,,, Uq? .rctar.1: '. tt tH firer ui 11.tIla'lcwP the bailor' vt these pied| u MJBrfo r to furnish a%to this country ti, Prints; : "r
; tor. tpiard! >* '1'J.(.H ame 'ta talrr <.mmud.: ha made mm. t* impreSM *- hern tnml f-rievo. .ly diwppoiDtuJc.afM I do corded and pink Jackonets, a
"I.i (ab3. t in"mu-r. ',,'itl;ala"11c-d, tt ; ,IU a* ktrnkir a* it Wits be faitta.d- prrr fully persuaded, that gss 1 new and elegant article;
.1 I .. 'i ctrl. "U''I''r'tlt'' ;. I14'fl tfJ pM"at' Ik \\V tr c t n't the separatist but promt ascot Vould lose no time in !( I do | sattin stripe, hair cord, and
h'l'! !'i<-'f; r"ist, ':x; 1'ia thin opt. .latitN3. us tu aMire yw, that roc Late wide the corps of Topo!*raphirat l: checked Cambrics ;
I."a'a.y rd (..'!11 .v.\ it.sctl Jtsnw. uud; that situ ousincere hope, that lie *ri4nf in taw 11orida'\-attcl re had I dos sattin stripe and checked pink,
h. ;, We-"! ;.1', :I; ufrrf? uh'drdf'dI. I IS flf your lift'.. uiay be as peacr&da bap-- belirtie, that two or>> three' ; *- blue and lilac Ginghams ;
.,,:.. '\ IJrh t tietv '..ritt..cl.? ', it. mrridiati has I do superfine1 Seersuckers
: | ta| s p} a* beta pifuriid that ttaluable corps, would at once newest
l1. .;, it k 114' 4 ,....\. Oft rrit; rk tlie Ieia :" rut! u%. rut With hitrb comidcntioaand assigned dwty in the west Tront patterns ;
:t' "ith ,,' :r't a "u'.i .wm\'mOU1l wti4''r n-spcet wr aft sir fovrt &[. we cajrnlated.$ through personal :2 do i k { super Steam, Loom Shir
a s', !*. fa t wtion u-'>i dy of men /. l'a "or..lA. Cot lit wft' U. S. Jart.h" ship tmbik bentfit and other tings;
"f i "nn: ..:,. air'! ;i" sue 'I a t'Ittnkt that ti.* . II. )1...,, :\I.J.rill belt it Id hate been fully in our 2 dos Irish Linens assorted.'
I j.JI."r. ft';,d'r. reardlcss' of eop>4- \\ ni. DavcttMHt,.CapLThos. ftlllJ.r. to gigs from time to time, mimic* ... I do colored k black Canton Crapes ;
'11 ..'. ..11. nkii'is it freer and ifivrs it a Wright, .'.,......... tisfacjory, and official topo I do black Senshaws and Sarsnetts ;
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r' .'r-1 i'tllta1 ttlare' atnon pt t1J4"'ma" ofjreti 15. U. llrde, CafH, ida I....... disc ptions "f the country-Rat I.do India Levantines:: assorted.
'1" (?t tt..mli".m <'e uhrh a SaVOMMK, CafA. 7th laTt. have been deceitd--still we are 5 do domestic Shirtings Sheetings;
.. :"',:l'''',. 'It' -+'sarik ('onta:11'. There:! I It T.. r. hunt C$.. Slit laTt.J fled t.at government muM intend : I do do Stripes k Chambrays ;
t v 4.iK.tMn<,*"xttt'd lindrt in our havener i .hn l'agt'" I'". 4th Irl t. iflsLonly. enter upon these i 1 do low priced India Muslins ;
t.irfcimn: {.nd sw'Ntda. since we I J. l'hilitrtrk, J.t. 1da Itd"t.VV'.11. far dinies they surely are how can b't: OF I do Bombazetts. assorted.
1: .'i ') 'rn ?intit 5 "I} to dine. in rouipaiiy (......... !... *th left. Topographical Engineer Corps be : !- .1 do |,V, '-' & S Rose Blankets ; ,
:tti r'duJit4' Cal .'\a that da., lij1 (.. W.lletuJ.U4tb UfYj. ter eoiployed, than in this 1' do Osnabur -1 cotton Bagging; .
'N4 Ih'onwl.-. suet rtf1''"'''''' ,rytile- I \\'......iwW* 1.. r'd. iNf,. u;, !fN little auu-*u, *tfn new-%*.fij : . I An I .. .* ... PiM.*. I,4I'. ..
-1 1 a fi'muM antW-ar in fall dtvs*,.. Jk.,1.: 1.. L. lluam.t illc, Ht U. flit I.rL tHnti.g and of such great political and I do CmbrelluKft'cnbluekcrimson;
j i''rt., : '.(" L'tt+-i' j a'l of the entener i k J.mc', I).. ofe, 2nd.JL 7ti UfLMaitin pottance.CL 6 do gentlemens's fine and imitation
I .p'' !'<.!v itiiout foundatiun; for neither I 1 I Uwrke Itl. 1 '1. C.ltaa.-1n tie second Beaver and boys Hats ;
d,1] en\\ 'a'lttta f,,,','nit to what va J. Ala'. steak IL Ut ,....*. of the /',rHn, we published, a I do mock shell, high k side Combs ;
.*.1.- d (ifhnn, nor did wf Mtifrird oar :: C11aelrsloan: \t Surgvon.The tarot *>f the transactions dent sdiar Superfine blue and black: second and'
.o-Hs: :, as cim Inattested h* .lit'ut.j I and iarident i to the ttmmttment of' low priced Cloths ;
;\' -u'lts, who rtimnaoJ the dNtf'h.+ firr whirl alarmed: the eihests tf I f late ffoveroor of tai province. Company: flag, bandana and. real, madras -
f" ::i.Ve certainly made no 'oppoivn. -I this place! on .Monday I tbr ITlli intt. ba, rmtrirt we had obtained from < handkerchiefs ; .
and vc acted an we onht to> batetli'j taught us two trey important Ieon 1 most respectable sotirte--and felt >> -tf. | black, | cnmbarred and { damask
". f.,r it MouH! I hair born a fmmffift 1 init, that we are destitute of a ren- cure in vouching fur its correctness Silk, do.Imitation .
.. .ti'-tit, avl not of eirurafir, in a hand Jar, eflieient rite cotp,-and arcmnl,the which we have been more and the. madras k. printed Cotton, do.
fi1 .of n-'n. to tvv'*? an arined faNcv. -,] }*it-ai danger ef erecting b 'M\m%* ofliihly satisfied every dar since, from the White and colored bordered CraTats-
'i MioVd'en' f to the order it hadr < combustible material \\ e un- probation of all here, who knew Brittanias ; ,
.-. M--I. fg*'rt''ty, c '>* "ivd the hme of] cJ"r t.<d that a twmlMfr gentlemen thing of the circumstances. On for r German checks;
ov r >*-rti-tj .."D'iand'-r and chief. at- abut to associate> and diciplitcthemkelte : daring the statement in question, 6 Linen: and Cotton, do ; .
<'f,1 C i rlla.a t1 r-rt.fu'.- ""w'drd tmt dei't ) as a fire company. Their ventured some remarks,shewing Italian and sewing Silks ;
.-' ,-"t'! ', ,t',,- <'lilY.' T. 'fHhl i ii Italian colored Sarsnet and
: on ho ar- purj oe eommendabk and. cordially dents-one of which was M tbat a ! Crapes; .
'i/11'. d "stet':- t.,'- .'t" wish them Craped Cambrics
yn'|; i.In patronage and wecr%*. r ulty of:a similar kind occurred: in s
*-'K'..\'ttr fir "*!. ( t- tat a'* appear- A. respects the conuruction of build isianaoa its being taken possession Black and white Silk lace Shawls;
i'hefore (;.-ttr',1 Jackson' li. H.trM IIH,'% of U'fltt4, wbktt i* l ere of a wryrombufttible by the United States,when the Ladies white Cotton Hose ; /.
<'t, ui hats *ij "1. t' at notnof the nature, |'trnture tu offrr, Intrndant was imprisoned for a Spriged, Leno :and book Muslins ; -i
.iri-rrfi'-atorifH' anr! I.hh':! ofiennire ac- a f-w remarks It "ill.nadilJ' hfM by goternor g Claiborne, for not ,.. ; (alt c..t tt..eeuna,
't+K .' (Mis of tIll' f I'lwralrre faithful t. miit Hl, that Mifrty'a.d tttMniinitiy dering papers, under similar ,.._ Patent linen ThreadTapes, Cotton
!1'. :'lh'rpn"ucJ tll 'fr.;.Catlata' any tnotriit4teiir I rf-Twf, i i. prtmoted by c..nctilf" .tUICts...* This is contradicted by Balls !ltc. Scc.I ,
ivplic Qf I'M letter I tithe forri houses of material which combine New Orleans papcrsdedannq no, case plated candlesticks, casters \\
.."; It %ias then-fore tart tlr the potter durability with the pruprrty.of resist thing 'peter took place. We submit and bottle coasters ; I do. Lead in.bars; '.
of ',ur chief, not ktt.n\,in't what wa ii K fin".4! this bWo: '" a matter of the wt'.ght of respectable: testimony>> 1 do. Shot in bags: all sizes ; 15 kegs .i
s ;i'l''* !hii., to inakr the auditory un- the'hig lest iniportanre in cities where gainst us, yct feel ourselves justified ', white and red Lead ground in Oil ; 10
'! "<..: td hjw hUl'- .'tit he %v di of thfilh the burning: ; of One house! may endanjw the fact, that our information was ) do. Nails, 4d to 20d ; 13 M. Dutch "
!., II C' : .r.:... .which piss unsullied ; or destroy many attar! *. C)tber*eap nted f from a rkiien of :\. Orleans, a Quills; 50 boxes English Crown Glass,
!,{,:,'U: -ndc.\.d: to M ta1tt'd. >*"IIJ l.atc ..ft1..rff atu-ntk.i to this one amongst the oldest American lT 8 by 10, 10by 12, and 12 by 14 ; 10 cases f
:.r< !'i in sun .II'''' die &ir't'latloHs %Hu'ijef' and the oVstrwrihe: renflaration | dents. Our error ensued on that or Glassware, decanters, goblets,-.
v <' .ud! u(< make on t""t'.' sut"Mneit of II. %, w hich often occur, prow that it informer, and his we are satisfied wines, Tumblers, Salts, Sec. 13 crates
li. a's t zr hun{ fiat: : Ue and tV paMir < iitiiiot Iw prematurev) considered. Inc venial as growinr out of wrong : Liverpool Ware, containing a general
:::1! Mi an% inr-d that we a.ted f'totnnu -rd it fp-ncratly happens; that old sions. We say tiis in apology for : assortment ; 80 barrels Philadelphia
Kin" Ile'! > (If j.u %:itani iiiiiy: thai! ; if ,on wo<*dt'n buildings. originate: and spreadthe misstatement not that we consider rye whiskey ; S qr. casks superior Lon-.
t'' tone ha..d.t.. Juddered at'tbi'io.- fire, which hate at one time or other otherwise at all important-as .e don particular: :Madeira Wine, imported -
!lint ') 'I'fl'f't'din i-xerrifced *, ln. desalaifd 'of cities. It in 1818 ; 2 do. London particwlarTcne'titTe
ai," t our most our ito s not among those -ho rely I on
sujnil; ; --we kii' w also what wa due err hoped' that I'ctis irola w ill proEtby dents. lleasonabte decisions of ; 7 do. superior Claret Wine;
.... J.a K"m'u.'rit"'hit'h i i. on the most their: eKfterienee, and not wait to pectable tribunals, :art worthy 10 5 boxes do. 13 demijohns superior old
rjtntJl fordMi ; with ouront.Vc .. purrhavil; a! tht dearest price. It isbelieted on always and any drliberalhe Cogniac: Brandy ; 15 barrels cider; 2
\ ar1' Jr. thatthe difference! in cxpenc would be highly reprehensible in boxes No. 1 Chocolate ; T cases Sweet'
lilt: SLAVISH orncr.us, i itte of building cannot IK great, whether ing to hear such nportrdcasr-tu Oil ; 40 barrels New England Rum ; :0
ident in this pi ace. ''the!' matrriaU l>e of wood or brick.-. have hearing on soy one before tL hhd. brown Hanava Sugars ; :3 boxes
-- And when. we consider the (" e of nut surely that would be going far white do. 15 bags green do. Coffee ;
One AKSM'.-It Hould annear from lumber! the labour required far plain nough-Let the judge act fr himselflet 60 bales fresh Philadelphia Hay ; 150 ,
'hl' sacks of Oats.
wtj-ral 1 order "fitim the Adjutant in;; or smoothing; it, added to the cost him be governed by ia sense
AND ON CONSIGNMENT
"""! ftil'sOOfcr! of the 16th 'August of nails. paint See. we art inclined to right under the taw as he ,
"'-l," ?i-m"J hhf! order of Major (; believe the difference will be in favour it, regardless of the feelings or AN .
."tU;l Hrown," t' u't l.J>rrr seater, C"n.I' of brick. If to this we add the greater ons of any other. When he looks Invoice of Furniture, TIZ> \
. *)*, placed upon lUe army rei i tc r of security, difference of insurance, reported cases for precedent asks 1 sett Dining Tables ; 1 mahogony
t 1 jrj* \ ofjomIHI' ', U Col.: of the 4th it will more clearly appear, that fa/rr- aid-at.d of course be takes whit I Wardrobe; 7 Sideboards ; 6 Bureaus ;
1 't ofliifatitryr and who was reguu'y eel, as well permanance and beauty has occasion for, more or less. the 12 fashionable card and work Tables ;
tnuMeitnl an surii, has been redu- demand sonic D.unidp.1 regulation on dent may serve to relieve from the anI 7 work stands ; :2 Secretaries ; 15 large ,
act from that ;j-racle to that oflieutenCol. the subject Let t"otho contemplate ble of investigation-or against the I I and single frtl'd B Bedsteads 3 curled
aat! : of the first Tt" imrtll. We are building, seriously! reflect on these ,um of an unpopular decision-set pf Maple, do. 6 high post do.
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.i* I } IuSS tu cot'Jct't .rc under what au- hints, and consider, that bricks may be :cedent is not necessarily right and ALSO-An invoice of first quality
r'0l"lly this fmmothn *ar- obtained in abundance, and! the means ry frequently not at all rcspcctallewIt ; PHILADELPHIA CORDAGE 50
tItIr-d. has 'been made. That General for making them hlt'i.hau.ti"lothalahould is appealed to by the modest & on coils Rope all sizes and Spun Yarn,
be tJ\tt( ; or even tot ) lf, they be generally used for build diffident but its most common tse deep sea lines, hand lines, log k gram-
t t'wC"'t'r desradany' officer ins;, they would soon W made with with the indolent and ignorant In mil lines, twine various. kinds, halters)
)'rviy the decision i of a court mar- greater neatness and if a better quality. case in question, (as in all others) : plough lines,fishing lines Sec. kc.
(IIl! b y "). law, wr most MtlTly Lime too, which is an indispensable article decision was either right or : to September 1--3 tf
roe. and we can scarcely believe it may be had for a trifling expense and if founded on reason and laa- as
!IOisiblr; t >at .the esid-nt of the Unt- 'or labour.' louses constructed of such was fully and sufficiently found- IIANNUM,
1d? states. has given his sanction to a material, with roofs secured with tile gardlcs* of precedent. ; VWASH. LAW in Pensaco
oceeding so outrageous, and so re or composition, arc secure from external : rt Office is in one end of
I *Lnilohe feel'ttof( | an hnnoratlf" .danger. Hut If we suffer our city We publish today col. C"I1.,. I i (-apt.: Seville house.
The resident has in some in- to be built of far, or what is equally appeal-though strictly it may not r Peniaeola, Sept. 1.

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would take '(\" as aslS \'t & FOR CHARLESTON
--- ditional wastage place;! lC'F \\'it Vt.Tl\\On, S

.AGRICULTURAL. thus it is with .tdgf'A-tbcr scan to te i I ULEBY' GIVEN", COMMIMIO.Y MKRC1UXTS.Palnfitr L -"-, The fast sailing Sloop* U
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.T From the American Farmer. cheap in the first instance, but the exhaustion 1 the olio'4 ing described NEt 1 ttrttt, e/fitt'itr tAr Gtivrraor, 1 VI C1I1L'E

THE BEST TIME TO CUT HHtirn.Sir of the soil alone>> would,in tnjr 't'I"q'\T : ) were apprehended inbast \\ILL: faithfully attend to any bus.nr" __ Capt. Tyler-has good I

opinion, render them a very dear gift Funds and brought to the Crtek f T entrusted to them. modations for accora.
t and
The scarcity of forest trees in tnany nor do 1 believe they will be found so Agmcy, by a detachment of Indian Try Arvr for tate a general ""orfment for the above port passengers if eight, or win sal

clematid durable, as has been in.aginrd-tor I ,,11 anion under the command of Cut. if ten rte:
parts of our Mate, is such as to be obtained. Apply to
the most rigid economy in the i am told,that a grub has already attacked /I toti.stt .1/A/frr, a half breed Indian of Looking Glasses ; r. !I. NISBET Jc

use of them, either in building, fencing, one species of the thorn and I hate the Crack nation. All persons interested Hard ) 3 Pcnaacola, September 22.-3tYor Co.

or fire'wood.-This,fact must'be fami- often seen sassafras, cherry and other,<< are hereby notified to attend at Japanned, f >

Batt to every man who has had an op trees, with abundance of grass growing -:: 7)fo0aAbear /r/ JJrcAron Tin St C SEarthen Veeig1or C linrtelr

o .... portunity of observing that there is a along the hrdg1 row*, which will the Jry Mdy in .\\ '.6tr net, ) P TilE substantial! fast sailij.

great difference in the durability of the most assuredly bring on a decline, in and pnte their property, otherwise Shoes ; .Ji1{ Brigantine

same kind of wood cut at different( the course of a few )rats : betides, 1 they vela be sold Tor the benefit of the Brushes, of all kinds ; ENDEAVOUR .
have never seen a hedge that was proof Windsor: Brown ___ ,
I times. This difference, it believed, captors. and Soap ;
by some ancient: and observing mm is against 110'". I admit that they mightbe JOHN CKOWBLL, Crackers; J\. Ditt, master burthen about 600 !bit,

kept in better order, but it will be ,. tadktr Loaf Said vessel having lately had thor u
i / occasioned by cutting down at farprablc .IZ "t f. -I.fdr. Sugar ; I is gI
expensive, and require mote attention mi. repairs, now in complete order (
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or unfavorable seasons-th months Aug. Brandy ; Op
I of February and August arc said to bepreferable than our farmer are willing to bcttoir. Snulland Shaving, Doses; any voyage. For particulars, enti
the whole I that DESCRIPTION. :of the captain on board
Upon am surprised Combs of or to J. Inn
to all others for felling tim description. a"
every ;
this of hate Height. Former owner, :ritM. ,
species fencing should !: esq
bcr
where lie Cards
durability is desir4ble. Xarne. Playing ; '
')(introduced amongst us in the Age. and former reft I September
this as it may, I have good authority present k IDe! sWenfe. Letter Writing, Wrapping paper; -tf
F for believing, that rails can be shown state of our country, and ran only And other articles which will be sold I For Havana or Ncw-OrfeanT",
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St.
attribute of pMl
which have lasted more thaft half a it to theprejudice foreign Hector 3J 3 >S on moderate terms August I8v tf :
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who have been accustomed it i .1ugustine.John Jaf THE fast
era, to sailing
i r of centuryvhilc others,of thc lam kind from necessity. With respect to lime Si 3 9 do 'J\\\\ 1'. \\\\\\\ ittr & Co. D.:,\VOR, Henry Sloop J. Ev. .
wood, and on the satin farm, has decayed t'intd
N in less than a dozen$.car. Should and sand posts, Itrlkte a patent has Hector jr 18 5 10 do 0/t/toaitr t. ."t",.. Carrier tf fu/cli.. .an.::: : master, having good accomiao!

this astonishing difference be the if- been obtained fur making them. Small Patty, wife of J re tor,? <*.10 *rtxuctio1l ifsrr, dations. For freight or passage

D feet of so simple a cause as thc: time f stories are generally mixed with the sen. three 40 5 Sand $ HAVE for sale the following{ arti to the captain on board, or to apply
lime and sand-they look neat and appear chiUrrn, tEa, Queen and sins pALBA.
!t; : felling the trees, which is confidently .
believed substantial, and wilt probably answer Sarah. 1H*. beef and pork ; Pensacola' *te.t. 8.-tf
we ought kurely 19 pay par _
Tyrah t2 3 do ,
a good where the materials do mackerel and beans
titular attention the purpose ; FOll -
: to subject to enable 11.1 r.l.l
us to form a right conclusion- Experiments are cheap but can only be put; up and one child do whisky & N. Orleans molasses ,

<, ; %be made in dry tveather-and it will be nereary Hannah 94 s. do do sperm. and I lamp oil ; The Schooner
r are requested to | ,
?{ 111' and the results to be communicated.: to dig a foundation to guard against and lo children Boxes: cider, port and claret wine; At CItlv L 5 ,

i t A 1'Alt Mint.J frosts. Jeffrey: IS S 10 Robt. Gn *" do Chrrry brandy and sweet oil ; : :intended as a regular packet

I 'vfe Ay the Rdltor.-Thc imjjoi tancc Where stone is plenty tint kind offence i AugustineFrederick do sperm candles and chocolate; will sail on or about the 1st of Oc .,

of this subject, as an object of rural rould be made: to advantage, especially 37 S T do do segars and nests boxes ; ber. For freight or passage, o
hub baring
21 S 7 do
I'b economy, is ob\'ious-hut it i it "ni.* along waters and banks; but do mustard, rose and peppermint good accommodations, apply to tapt.

which has becn_vcry !Jutiall)' {lin'cili. for general purposes, the post and rail Mag 50 3 2 S"-lIanCrS1l cordials t Del Barco, or to

''F gated Judging from an ablq, rt is to be preferred to all others-three John tit-cr. do ,garden: : seeds and, fish hooks all JXO. 8c JOS. C. KEl SCR.
repowhich
:': :2 Jcrtn .
Lofton do.and
U(1I0.s
was made to congress tyst u inter or four rails in height,will#do very well sixes; Pcnsacola, Sept. 8.-.4t
the board along woods, where it I+< ttccrssary to three children (Lofton: since dead!) Bales of hops and tobacco ;
by of eotnm'mioncrs '
navy
s on the preservation of ship;timber, hate a ditch to cut off the roots of trees, now the progeny of Manley.hilly Butter and Cheese ; ?' THOMAS a .1. .nElt OOt't.tHS ,

"'t and belicting it to be their practice to to present" : their effects upon the adjacent 4J S S S Jashn Addison A general.assortment$ ofshocs Ikc.Pensacola FOR SALE:,

have timber felled only in the'\\'intc-r. fields, or in any rituation where a l StAaguuine _,__ August IS-tf 150O, lb. Havanarcen Colin.s0 .

we conclude that the subject hat undergone ditch is wanted ; four rails with a bank Ahncr Si S 6 do JOHN tf, ANis 11 N 1 E 11-- barrels new Baltimore our,' I
thrown about foot is sufficient Nancy 9i> $ do 150 Barrels Corn
up a high, ,
ti their pa.z jlar ClJn.td r"liolt. W STORE sL ti
Diana
IS.
4 10 do
1 t# : All the |\ P..t't6 rots the nary: board, + for most pU'I'tOws; but it requires Uwi 33 5 10 do Cognuc Brandy; 30 Bundles Hudson. Hay, in prime
runt nual rare to l the bank and order.
r which hate met the public cjie, nave N p up Holland and \m rj. Gin ;
it Mary fi 5 2 do
manifested an active spirit of philosophical occupies too much ground, nor can Old Whisky 25,000 feet assorted and well
the'Lott.lrn of the field be and 1+9 chiWrrn, Flora 10 jean and ; seasoned
entirely Lumber
: research, fchich give U4 confidence kept White \\ .in"intga ,
in the soundness of their (Conclusions clean : this is the kind tint 1 made Hannt 7 rfftrs old. Bottled Cider and Porter 1800 Ib Castings, consisting of Pots
choice. of Manual 46 5 4 dod Lohdort ; ,
in
'l and if, in thin case, tc cjan bur improving my farm-but of Porter in barrels; t Skillets, Sec.
row, as we >will endeavour to: Wo, the I am now convinced of my error, an moth. )luJ'CMrge. French Pickles; Porter.. Cider in Barrels.

aid of their ft.we doubt decidedly prefer the the rail, because fS 5 10 do Philadelphia JJV RETAIL.
they
trot Soap
it Cato 27" S 8 Don Santo, do ;
will conduct us to the ,'cr) desirable occupies less ground than any othcs Cal Saliad Oil ; I FAMILY AND SHIP STORES.
s eand is more easily clean. 28 S 4 Patio, do
kept For
information which our re p'tiM, correspondent Hating determined John 25 5 T Stlpinmj do Long Cork Claret; the present, Burr nt bills mil:, be
in fator of the
seeks obtain Prime bon taken at ,
: to vnjhrr{ *//- Hector Hams ; par and five percent
so S : do premium
., ro t'ith five rails far
tr liraon f'lr J.lIInllJmhr,,w4 a t>i w general purpose Don Lewis Northern Oats in barrels ; allowed on payments user three doiLrs

to its durability, under the cir/*urr* I turn my attention to that parti- Rasa t. 5 4 # cnsacola., Fresh liar : 1 in Silver,,American Gold, New Oriels
incident to I IOX rular kind, and will proceed to nrnvtde Mackerel"i in and United States :
fanning"UH* Price "P. barrels ; : Bank U;Us.
fur its future supply, in the following .if: S W )1.QQ t'n

t ,: I IBy manner to wit : plant an acre of ground Jim 40 5 7Kuttinc Jtl ban, .\u. Heavy Cotton Bagging.i; -Pensacola, bept. 22-5t.Tf .
Ii FEXCCS. fi of the of s1 gust! 18-tf DIi '
Jamt U'i>rth-read before the Agricultural with chestnut and locust seeds, fiteUlhs rmcrly. estate (kn.Washington. GI.EDICINES, -&c;

Society of llucktrount)', of it with chestnut. for rails,and LAAV UOOKkBROWN'S &c.. \eU\ & .Morgan

IVttnsyhania, Nov. 1S2 I, aud ordt-i-
} cd to published in the" Xaiionalllrcorder. : ulate that four trees will grow on a l kV) tlne. :. IDmtrl (BllS}

." i I perch, making six hundred and fogy John It.s II SuJ.lmalIo Philip's Evidence, t i) :
Charfes 92 5 7 Kingsky do Yale's '. M. 3. Canal Street
iron'evfMber lH .*. on in* sere-l auppuic that fortof Reports.Setts ,
10, ; n.
them will fat) hundred ... C .Arradonda :2 American NE'v.orlE.\
r Dear Sir, leaving six .a, iUtaftnju' Speeches, :y. ,
AgrceaTtf 0 to uu Intlii4
I made to the society on a former: occasion thirty years, send every twenty Cif't..rn. t.t, hush n s ,1 IfMllnr.U* rniuips speeches I \';(i S! fc MLU-
Indian. ICINES
,Wrt ty five years afterwards,twenty rails opasts l an Memoirs of Napoleon: PAINTS k PAINT OIL
I will offer
tiow some<< < lI I'Ll"10
,1 'l ons on the subject of Fence: It i h which will) yield at each culling Tawtpa-bayand S child.Iarr 6 Capt.. Chaldais, I Sett of"'rankhn'sVorks, New" -Urleans, Sept. 73.6tTOWN
>>
I \ .E In vain for the former to sow *nd till lathe thousand potts and rails,or two Christy's Late War in Canada ES k EDOL E Y -
thousand pannels-tlirn that the ) JO S 6 Chri\tarJtu, I Scar iofdmit"\\-orks, r ,
say !
Y. SENDER
. his unless he protects thejn by a their
crops services
.
' I I tierutnran acre of land is worth eighty dollars it l 1uSwstinr 1Jn-c kcnridge',Souti| America ] to then
:2r friends
,
: I.:: good fence ; but it has really Tuba 39 S 4 S anislr dt'tt'ttcrlIultatIH2S and the public as
| Humboldt's
wilt reduce materials four
the
to edits New i<
f article so expensive, and, in some S an.1Gicanown.: Spain, _\\\\\\\55 i01\ \ I
t. C\\t\1\ts
sansei, which, with and Breckenridge's ><
of
in5t.mccs0 diuVult to obtain, that per ) making History the war,. *
will nut exceed five cr un lIo""n. Bancroft Life of-\\ They have spacious rooms for
much,damaJ."C has been sustained and "pultmg op twenty uhington. the sto
I ; Manuel 35
S 10 of
dtkrtuoW'nt'r
: as the eiilmust continue to intru..-, ents, and in point of durability am Spanish Gillie'* Greece, ..". rage LJUC MEM'IM.YDtZf. +& PRO-
I persuaded that it will be exceeded unknown.Dcnasa 2 Setts Newman's J:* for the accommodation
by Spanish Dic of those
r until l a proper remedy is applied,it be- who
? do from St.
; hoes us, without delay, to take the none, excrpt the torte and it will have. Cabana :; f 6 { tionary, 2v. I|! Their may intrust their business to them.

.' matter in hand, and consider ''i>, in all an advantage oter it, by being muse Peter 215 10 Marks du'alt'bdbitl 1)0. nur; Ue't i I do. do. and Water sture is at the .corner of i'aiafcs:
.
its able when necessary-'but it may be "dUt' 1 streets.Pensaeota
bearing \ :
: said that calculation* arc extravagant S 4 do Cbalm n' Discourses I 2?.
There seems to '!>e such perpetuity p my William 2.s 7 do 'I Sept. -tfA
-In all things relating to!agriculturetlut ; reduce the product if you please Bibles t I ,V1'Jf'.E._

a farmer should calculate on an improvement tu one half, and tou only add four cents Charles" "S "t JWm.Johnson French and Spanish} Testaments, LL persons arc hereby forbid
pannel to the fence. Note, 1 ask, X.ProtidenecSipsa Itcu kc. Sec. ALSO ita-
ti to the end of time-and i ir it tier .: proving or
can any cheaper or better plan he devised E. M. POM ROY'S treptnl: In any
would unwise in him ntlnnf'ron
not be tot commence 50 three
9 certain
S
i If there t"an. I hope it will heproduced Dolt'K'CJ'1'1I. MET.iUC K.I S OK i\ STRAPSc1nowlt'dged situatrdon &r..rt of Land,
which be ,
5' a work can only cum 273 8 the Esrambia
do .\ -tto or abi.h
5i ; fur object is to adt ncr to be far;, superior
i Dined in his latest my I to any bcloniinJ 10
; posterity. Xed : Mary
w $O.s 6 SUSchu Barnard \"ehcr
.. .. before I4e 13ar.a,
<1 iht.trttr airicnltureandt if ever : used in
Now, although a fence cannot lastfoiever etrn our country, for granter lath
jrtwe vv.ll, I prcrutn., sec-d the cxjmure of errors should I- Xancy fS Folcmtna (an Indian **(.>, law for each, by known December: If t 17; the" ott.r !.

fences, as long. as agriculture; it practiced the means of exciting others td engage N. B. The)and information two children. ,\ur;. :lS-tf '\ DAVISOXVUe : Lc Duono as the prorerty or Chu!its

4t and therefore 1 wish to edit the in the good work, city pU'1)Q1Mill in ttspectinthe ; \\ & I Signed, CIL\RLES
and their of Ft.r
owners pUce residence LEER
DIP.ON.
attention of the member of our nisei a great degree, be accomplished. I sub )I.U'VE.
wan obtained from the IH'grws."K. \ IN" .\ LE BARON.
mil the abate observations commenced business :
well others, to Home to the consideration H i in
etc, as as pcrtnanrnt Pensacola
'\ 2--c C. P. this ;, 22, Scpt.-Cl-
of the place, tender their ;;t
.1 provision. 1 do not (1)alter) myself Sqciet-attd am yes* service .
--
1 that 1 shall adduce a plan that will be ecifuly] \\. 1'. ;\\*K\-%XX.1, nag tnC'nl l i 'lJiE :.

wholly relied on, but I offer it as one of Your obedient servant, S now receiving in the store, corner Commission :3 If rchants. QQUAKCtimhcrt!

my own, and as the best 1 hate to t giver (Signed) J."lf"S.OItTII.: I of Palafox and tnteidant streets,directly Tht'r..m make l liberal advances on con O Plank of all descriptions t

r challenge the production of a 'better, TII."II( (;. Krnnrdu, Jltq. opposite>> thegusrmoe'squarters signments when required, and assure Pickets ;

and assure ton it will !afford( me great Secretary Ag. So. Bucks county. SIXTY: PACKAGES O? those ho may be pleased to honor them Shingles l &.c.

pleasure to be out done. tt.uunr.uiE. cuTLEitr with their confidence, that strict punt For Safe, by Uc subscriber.

Before I enter upon my ground 1 will lirl'c a'tlrtt\;;r, SC; umn.Kiir ,mir GOODS, tuality will be observed, and "every ex R. CLAPP.RLSOLV .

take a brief new of the several kind .ITTOJI.\'II..c; .IT /.fir % crtion used: for their interest. PcnS:1tob! Auk. 1.5-lr

of fences which have rofne to my know TR.1l practice' in the different comprising a grneal assortment.ALhO Title MAtK 90W fOR StUC, CD, That the citv _
-
tours
ledge. The worm fence is generally T Courts kegs 'it'giniachrrringtobacco Tuesday
made in new countries where timber i is the stale of Alabama. ; M October
3O family !flour direct nest,
60 rU tea china line anello... prired from the proceed to the election
but as timber fails,the and IB tfX5H. ; of
plenty ; putt August Mills i a City
10 mahogany and &taind wood bedsteads ; Surveyor, and that notice
rail, and other kinds are resorted' to, it itwJH'bc \ I I.. HASNUSn ; 65 ** mess and prime Pork; I hereof be given in the Floridian: re-
S take the former .
unnecessary to TILII. practice LAW in Pcnsaeola. A small Invoice JEWELRY.Ml 25 ** Beef; questing candidates to present theirrecommendations -
Into calculation it is not applicable ,, .
as I then His Office is in one end of which will be disposed of at reduced 30 Shad ; to the Mayor before
this estimate
that
to neighborhood. 10 kegs Lard dare
CapL: Setitles bouse. rites. ; ,
that:: three rails of chesnut or cedar,
10 bor.es Cod Fish JOHN
IVnacolaScpt. I. II. M'KENS'A will attend ; MILLER;
_
4 and of white oak chcsnut with par-
post or : C.. ../.Hif n., 5 Hhds. Sugar ; C. r.
fW'lIL undcrigf.e Attorney at law, tiruhrly to say i lItll,
ditch, will cost from 60 to 67 cents per 8 Barrels Porter City Council Pcnsacol f/irC
Jl will in all the Courts of entrusted to him. ;
panncl ; four ditto, ditto, with bank, practice 20 Boxes Lemon Sept. 22: 1821.
1 Ir he found Press oll, I S. .$ Sirup ;
West Klonda may at his September t _
about 67 cents ; five ditto, ditto, 7$ _._._. Chewing Tobacco *
cents; five ditto, ditto with lime and chamber in Mr. Cotlin.Uotd. ENGLISH SCHOOL 2 Hhds. Hams. ; FOR SALE,

sand posts, from 87 to too cents ; wire J. C. MITCHELL. r(-.ti r. subscriber wishes t I)engage in 10 Hhds. Molasses ; C ORDAOE ofdiff e nt sizes, ;

fence with wood posts,about 100 cents;i SfOphh 1-3-tfKHV 4 tke abote business and is noaide rr 5 Tierces Claret;, Wine ; Oakum in bales--and about

stone do. where- stone plenty)', ,from --8 t ?11I 11JE1, to receive pupils. "He will teach Corn, hay, .'sxlcterand Tats ; CO Feet

'i" 100 to 125' cents; lire fences or I.TTRSI.V AT LAW, next door JtraJinj, Writing Grammar.1- Household furniture, consisting of Apply to Scantling;

hedges,with protecting fences about 75 1\. East of Colfin Hotel. riltmttic lhnXf-Ltfpinff9 tables, bedsteads, Sec. WM. SALTOXSTALL
'
.i r cents. Dank or sod fences hate not 3-tf Ithuwltrml..r IA. '
ton/Too
lnti.lt and double Parentsand Shingles (juniper) expected Ux1tilCi
Angle entry. \\1\\\
OxlO
.t sufficient data to calculate cost or uti -: nitltc'r J. in 1\S,
: . s. $ Jhlazzcry, guardians un inform themselves :a day or two. Wanted! .
t lity.Messrs. > ROKKKSand sworn interpretors, of 5000 Ibs. Bacon ; -apply as above. _
ll bite and Hazard the | bisgailifirationsbyapplyingtohl rn Pensaeofu' tf.:
in. J J: translators in IVnsacola. Their at Mr Collin's Hotel. 50VX> ft. lumber. Aug. ?3- I

ventors of the wire fence, calculated, officrit on the great square, opposite The trhuot will commence as soon Orders for particular dimensions! ,(or- NOTICE.

: that by substituting lire posts, that is, the old gotemmrnt house, as sut&cleat encouragement: I. given todefray warded to Mifllins and other mills to be 4 LL persons are hereby forbid: crec-

t by planting trees of proper kinds, at r 21.-tf IIKNKY llll.I. sawrd. -t\ tingany buildings trcsspassin
suitable distances, an itamcnrc profit[ l'cnurolt.1t'f1tt'm' -- expenses.
1) i _\j1I l'rnsaco ISth September-Jt' in any manner whale ter on the tract of
: T\\\ CuMom \\ .
would be produced, which they considered _u - ()\\ e, land
lying between the the
as yielded by the fence, when, in IFS associated with him in the \\E\\\l\\U S for the present opened at the nsi.I loner Block House! at Pensacola, Bayou, at, and

fact, it was solely applicable to the of M.nICISJ", ./*&. r. JL dcnce of the deputy Collector, on Bayou Chico and the
to
soil because in the exact proportionas D. r rAt',.", M. D. Their shop i is next l(1D: 1.1,11. prime Herrings,thU tear's the extreme: left of the public square, heir or Juana; Sutton.'AXTO1XE belonging.

those trees laroducedwould the borders door to the Governor Office, -herethey i''I run,may be had on early application.M'EI.WEE fronting the harbour. Hours from 9 IIENOENBURCt

of the field be exhausted -and, by will devote their time to prvfrs" h FERGUSON.ugtisl A. M. to 2 P. M'Ittnucob Fur Ileirf.Pcnsacota .
AiMtetf and the other
mowing the seeds too near them,*n ad-J iional business SrpictaWr -.tf ,\ IS. Sept -tf Sept. 8.-it




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