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: October 8, 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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WE.ItU and lefty year of a, ,anda well gnat wades Ills hand wa rather effeminate, had been'commenced. The Orange. '
NICHOLAS k TUNSTALL, NEWS DEPARTMENT. did scholar. 'AHhoKh/ aid fce I tut
BY beautiful. The wound on hi*body men broke every door and window in
ftS per annum in advance-if theft ; /Vcw the Al -"l/o".1.A4t1KIt.. feel sny strragih decajing, I aril not were as follow.>-a small wound on the neighborhood.
U > are not paid within the first quarter yet so prostrate a* to take rtftrt in Uk head received from the halbert of BRAZILS
NAPOLEON
gg will be required. Continuance BUONAPARTE. spiritual remedies. Bet cobra this MI English serjeaol at Toulon; one ,
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in Do-
The arrived the
Courier has
of subsf ription at the discretion The London Morning Chronicle of bsppcus I mast have another spittval above the knee, by a spent ball,received .
from Rio Janeiro whence she sailed
the the 10th July, contains a long letter 1 guide beside the two who xtttid woes
of the Lditors, up to discharge now at Hatisboa; and one near the aDd, r
from Dr. O'Mcara, late surgeon offs. :me, one of whom ha* not jet aha a deep musket ball graze that be received on the 12th May, bringing positive
ail arrearages.AuUsmEMEM his
er >,by the square, fcl for 'polwn.[ in which he ridicules the state ken off the dust of the school Voltaire la h 11. Hi* cranium did not news of the departure of the King, ,

first, and 50 cents for every other merit of the emperor hat mg died of a" himself, in the view of death, give the sal sf.uioa to the craniologiststhat ; family and suite, from Rio Janeiro, onboard '
the I cancer, as asserted in the report __
iascrtioc.- physicians.! We have not room for tLe and who knows>> but that I may -q.lre trouble was taken by Drs. Mitchell The departure appear to have been at.
,
-l\tec\e\\> tdgc etc rUaU, whole letter but 1De fuliowuf e&iracu a taste for the tab ect sad becvrae {4- and Rirtoa, to have a cut of his face ended with very unpleasant circunu
ITT)ll."IES _fT 1-4lf; will enable our readers to form a pretty -: ousf A* physician he wished a nan and cranium; but unfortunately the stances, disturbance haJDg..hecu ocasioned -

n-rpiLL practice in the different I correct idea of the writer opinion. ;1 like CourttoUirrj but he declared W quality of the gypsum, which was onlyto by the shipment of a quantity -

\\: Courts of West Florida, aid i **lt is %cry important first observethat would receive: with confidence any one he procured from the island, was of specie and other valuable for the
this u not .selected for Bourdon royal family; in Europe, which the people f
tact of Alabama. report signed by pro- him by Eyroirr. such as rendered all their attempts
:\r' August latf1V.11 lessor AntummarcM although the governor Lamer, Duboi or 1Ju ltuu. Of fruitless A short time previous to his attempted to reland, but were pre-

L L. IIANNCM- 1 asserts that the whole of the those who were to come ta room of death be scratched an N. with a penknife rented by the interference of the troops.

medical gentlemen concurred in a rr-I Count Bertrand and Montioloo,be required on a snuffbox, which he presented The particular: amount of specie which
T1LL practice LAW in Pcnsaco- r the King brings with him to Europe
port uf their appearance; and Dud) one to be a generalthemost agtreabIe to Dr. Arnott for his attendance on ,
,1. His Office is in end of is but there is doubtit
la. one not ascertained no
assert, without fear of contradiction,]I to him was Drom,)bat in no him, and has left the above gentleman
(.,7t. Seville house. that no man ever saw an instance of! case an officer.who had served against 50O Napoleons." is very considerable

Pensacola, Sept. I. cancer of the stomach,procreding thro i him. The other might ht either a secular CecuATIl'CO' Z, May 23.

SZttUEL: Fill,; all its stages from its commencement person or a rt demos priest hut EXTRACTS. At a council of ministers or Divan,

$ TTOBXtY AT LAW, next doo to death in set en >,ects and one day. in all case one of his rom r council or LivcarooL, July 13. held on the 5th May, a most important

4s Fasti/f Collins Hotel. Cancer the stomach it a tedious,liti- chamberlains: a man of tdvcatioa and The CretTbe intelligence from resolution was unanimously agreed to,

j-tf JVnsacola, September 1._ titigdtkcase/ keeping: the patient in alcots.-such as Caaliniourt, Savary Moldavia, June 16th,tend to the contradiction ir:-
torture fur months but here "e have Stogur. Moutcvi..ie., Carce, Droaot.
I MiR u .Jtrltisnrdt1ona ) at Law", ; of the reported success of That henceforward the corps of the
][ will practice in all the Courts'of the stomach to nearly t'' t hvtf cites'. Purcnnr* Denon or ArtaulL tie Turk Ypsilanti baa ordered Janisaries shall be represented in the

l' t'v Honda. lie mabe found at his a ntat V cancerous dt ret in termveeki. The forementioned money arrangement .1 Prince Cantaeuzeao to marth to Jassy )ivan by three members chosen from
S.miur! m lr.ot1itai' Blotch With ropcct to the assertionof was undertaken ly the governor., to restore order. The burning of Fok- their own body.

J. C. MITCHELL.nernbcr : hereditary cancer, promulgated Sometime afterward 3uonaparte said, sclani is Lid to have been done by the This measure, which may perhaps, '
?I' \-.* -tf1)Jl'1'Olt through A fabricated letter by those hat the priest w ho ...* to be sent to Cracks tnemselves. who set fire to the decide( the preservation of the Turkish
who hd the Gazette report in their him must be one who adhered to the of St. John in which the
} imOXAUGHAh monastery power, has been recommended by Jauuf -
possession, it is too cunlemptibfc to be ; ?Concordat J 1102. suds a* M. Davoi- Turks bad shut themselves Sub.
up. Aga. of the Janisaries, who is well
} ,\ associated refuted. No
I 1 practice of MEDICINE, JohnL '''. seriously rejcctal ancient sequent accounts declare that a battle known for his fidelity and prudence.This .-
author ever mentioned, no modem eipatia- habeen gained by the Greeks. A Tar. that
experienced: man represented
M. D. Their is
r"rlu'f*, shop next
practitionerc met such a disease ting to Buonaparte on the merits or a
kith of 10000 i is stated have
to this
corps men was the only means to attach tin
the (toternoi Office where i
,
cour:! .a will to Jf,Utc their time io profcisiytt ; it is a desperate experiment picture,and happened to drop the wordtmmortaSx'llow been taken ia the rear and defeated to' Janisaries to the Porte ndprrtfnt
I-tf practised upon public credulity, too long" iniernrstcdttw.M which SOO were killed fit.a Pacha, with all distrust., In tbe first Divan held in "
i J 1 business. September gnus tO lllltx>*c inra tbc cost .*!.- "iitrl**. **tnar a *ri.re U"" "- ..a....-.w....._ Th. ".?.....IV.ti .-"-.... nrescnce of tKe three "'''- of-
.*V sTFarmantier: *J.JJelazzery, armed, but naturally enough to lie hazarded ASout six i hundred year:*\ Uah! i* unfounded. The entire evacuation the Jantsartes on the 16th May, it was s

"I'fcROK.LRSand sworn interpretors. by those who arc willing to impute cried bed thC'""'* a fine immortally!" of the Morea ty the Turk i is confirm- resolvedTo -

j") translators, in Pcnsarola.: Their the death of the victim to auf other When.Buonaparte took leave olcap- ed. The Bey of ::t ropont has been organize the Ottoman army oa

e fire ill on the great square, oppositethe Cause than the true one. It it only lain Poppleton at St. Helena hi presented defeated by the Greek commander, Peipos the European footing.

: old government house, I surprising that they hate cot followed him with a snuff box set with,' ,near Zitani in Thesaly and obligad The representatives of the Janisa-

Pcnsacol,_ September M.- -if it up by calculation of how many brilliant, and said Adieu, roots ami to take refuge in the mountains.ialatx .- ties made only two conditions which
elapse before the stomachof toils la srele bagatelle: qui me test- Je delivered'
J. \..u'Ue! years may ( bas been completely were acceeded tot 1st. That the dress
)uunr, Nfcpokon' is to enter upon iup toil i la pn' mte aI n que voutptifci from the Turkish troop, and Ypsilan- 'if the troop should not be altered.Id. .-
'V,1 SI'ECTFCLLV offers his scrviccs .- .terttai mhcriiatice. The story, i% too fume suit te don de ma reconnoi-saiKe:: ti's advanced troops hate crossed the That the detested name of Nzurn
j ) to the public as Land SUN'e\'
fidiculoui rllra.l'fUnat'taluad those *bo aprrs ma mort.- Danube, into Bulgaria. Ugedibi which caused the excellent be-
1.11' ; uc can produce indisputable! testi--: It affirmed th Sir HudvoaLawr's
fabricated it veil theexttcnce
mignt as assert life should avoided and -
he will' 1.O toov: July 14. lira his be another
.n-alsof his qualiticativns; uf hereditary murder, or any order forum government are that he Letters from Constantinople of the suitable one adopted in stead.
..i"i c. act as conveyancer, and draw in other moral ,shish shall bring home the body of Biona- r
<<
drpratity mat in
: 6th nit mention that Dane,the banker They are now employed drawingup
,t IHot'n\s of willing; with, neatness and 'be in their roemorietv in the largest ship of the line on
uppermost : putt had been put to death, by order ol the plan of organization,which will
d.spach. I do nut assert positively the proximate the station. It is said that thee order Porte the make remarkable in the Ottoman
-tf the ,notwithstanding pressing a
-_ .._._2.nacob. A\ifcv I IS cause of the death of N aiiokon; are pointed and imperative.. If instances of Count Strogonoff,the Russian history.In .

TO'rSgSHUGLE.Y, I I'I that can only be known. with certainty this account be U'IIe. the report of his Ambassador,to save him-a result the same Divan it was debated

lxuEn their. services to their to the Almighty disposer of all life and having desired ia hi*w ill to he it*erred which must have been the more painful what was to be done respecting the

tends and the i.uhlic us, math; but 1 assert unhesitatingly,that iu St. Helena, i* not correct of ovurse.jrirart ; to that Minister, as iti i is understood insurrection in the Morea, and in regard

I'linuuittsioniwtinta.' it ua hastened by the treatment he experienced \ 1/a letter fro,. *t u 4 tra/sf err that the unfortunate Danes was solely to the Greek nation in general.

by his transportation to a Ax" li r9mmand m Mr St. Uttt** in Constantinople The called
1 11 hd \ here spacious rooms for the stoT induced to remain new patriarch was uponto
,,M of MhKCM.\'VlZh eKO-. tropical clim-ie-by the petty te&ali- atato5a, J.tn/ by the assurances of his protection. give his opinion. The Composure
JJI'CIfur the accommodation of those o l. nBickd in his imprisonment ST. HELENA, May IS. Letters from Stockholm, dated the and dignity with which he spoke pro-

*'..0 may tntru.t their bu..inn tp thy:**... ttic oumbuless ,qi ;ute awl MnH>e<| n.nnaD.lie jt..t .fi*. ar U to date ....- --- ..... ..... .....1.t ..... drew. arr, mt -fMc'.
mortificatious, hich none but a mind six wen... may be said
Merchants for the seizure of Another which
Thfi-! store is at the corner of Palafox English measure may be extremely *
I like his could hate endured, and at died rather heroically than otherwise,
Bodoc
about at in its
aid WS.T stmts.fruurola. goods, two years ago, important consequences
Sept. 2 2r tfIUUYYVO lengtii by derangement of the QibC as the pun arising from the disease in Norway have been adjusted by the but, may likewise lead to inspire the
---- ,.-- tite organs which mental anxiety iotariaOly must have beta very acute and be payment of 2,5001 and the remissionof port and lead to unpleasant differences

\\ 1,1(11tVV, I II I ptoUucc but his my opinion never uttered a complaint lie ftuscdmedicine duties to the amount of 13,000/ with the maratime powers, is the sum

ENDING to leave this city on 1 hot originating in the indignation is useless,anc slated,a month more on merchandise to be importedinto mons sent to all the piratical states of

[ the first of November, fur the of the moment, but formed and deliberated previous to bit exit, that be should Norway,within a limited period. Barbary to join the sultan's fleet with

th< rn and eastern state, offer his nor-I long ago, and delitcred by me in never rise from hit bed again. At that ORANGE ASSOCIATION IN IRE all the ships, they can equip. In tho

f !s,.>n.l; services to those who wayiic Lngu.gc not to be misunderstood, at period, he also said, that be was confident LAND. summons addressed to these states,.
business! I(''two different of Napoleon'* de- he kbew better visa the
claims to establish, to period surgeon and every thing is said that can inflame fanaticism
Dreadful affrays-A desperate
iujtAt, at the seat of lju\emmf'nt-a.1!I itention. 1 told his majnt)'** minis- what the diK'aa" ant that it was bas and tempt cupidity.The .
bloody affray, we regret to learn,
the hers' that if the same the his falser died of. The
lie \1:11 be in city Washington ; emphatically same that taken between the Orangemen, English ambassador already
of'the session J I'treatment was continued, 'hi* that it bin he described a* place
during the greater part prema- pain gave: and the Catholics of Dandon,by which declared that his court cannot permit
of I'OnKfC4S, and of the supreme court ture de.th* might not be so immediate, if a knife bad been ma into his body the town for almost tbe entire day, was the ships of the Barbary states to come

of the United States j I but it was quite as inct liable a* if it and broke short off, the wound closing in a state of the utmost alarnt confusion into the Ionian sea, and that all the

IVnsacola_ Sept._ 29, 1821.-tf 1 I had uV.rn. place- .under, the hand of ui externally afierwarc A few hoar* and horror.-The outrage, it appears ports of the Ionian islands would be
NOTICE.LL 'cccuuoncr/ o these documents I previous to his decease he i* said 10 occasioned shut against them.
was by a procession
,
j now direct the of Lutope, *> the bate gradually drawn his hands from
ryes The admission of of
person arc hereby forbid improving , I of the Orangemen, on the tat of July, representatives
1\ or trespassing in any testimonies of my judgment and to the his tides, and to have clasped them the anniversary of the battle of the the Jannisaries into.the Divan, a cir-

runner on three certain tracts of Land ,etent I }>o'uit, for the* accuracy with user his breast, dounlcss, offering up a Boyne. cumstance unparalled in* the Turkish
'
ult.ih it vk lormed. er at the same time. He then released
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!I pra> history has
situated on tticEseambia-twoofwhieh produced an extraordinarysensation
The followii The Time is and fell into their THE FIRST OF JULY AT BAN-
btj to Mary Weaver Le Baron. : g,says *, aa them, they here. The consequences of
inr"ng DOM.mu .
lei\tattor a letter which we have re- former position. During the latter it incalculable
;;jointed isth .December, 1817; the,oth- are ;
: ( tic Cork CAro'liclr.)
ceited at of his illness his
through our correspondent part eye were constantly :
Pr known the of Charles Energetic have been
measures
as property 'H", utuur h. We do not know chat fixed oa the fall length portrait When the wished for morning, how. : adopted -
L- Bi.on.Sttd.. for the safety of the foreign embas-
; ckdit attaches to i it, but think it may of his ont which was hung up by his ever, was ushered in b, the roar of can- '
CHARLES I BARON.. sadors. All Turks are forbidden
b read with interest at the present moment. request at the foot of his bed; and it non,every thing seemed to wear a restless to*
M; MJY WEAVER LE U.ROS.TI speak of public events; two of pretty
term that his attachment to the child aspect. The Orangemen commenced -
--, ntarcla--._22, stpt.-.6-a"': -- i i Sr. Hctx, April 28. Max very great. The last words of! at the appointed hour of eleven, high rank have expiated their dIsobe-
r dience with their lives. A
TOR SALE, i j IK the tatter end of January, Bonaparte Buonapartt have net yet been recorded their procession to Church: -their plot con
1: The fast sailing and substantialchoner ttitiismiiied. a complaint through } they were ntterci ia a state of deli drums and fifes played in turns; Pro-' certed by the Idriots to burn the.ma
riD arsenal has been discovered
4't. ciiunt} Montholon, of a "ant of money, rium, but still show what wa working truant ,/l.y." S; ** Crtft/tiet lie do."." ; 2O

S\";C\\\u\ion, !arising from a ces ati&ti of his usual rc- ia his mirad-'I01I.Jt.- the firs They then went forth,discharging their of executed.the persons implicated have, been. 4

turthcu about four hundred barrels Inittatice! To prevent in future this word, and afterward he muinumi fire arms, and intemperately huzzaed at
for parti ulars. enquire of dtsagreeat/le: circumstance, viithout imposing what seemed to his leartr to be7e every Catholic house they passed, and The English ambassador, Lord

JNO. k JOS.. C. EEYSER.CHARLESTONS upon hmifcclf the necessity fif tf*mrtmftt.* He ahorty afterward* sailFrance proceeded to the Castle road; here Stanford,who had his first audience of

. 23'1, 9.-'H. accepting those supplies which were ,* and never spoke again. The portion of their time<< was employed_ Ineonsultingwhetbertheyshoul 'the Sultan, on the 18th. May, was receivea -

1 .t'OJt t s;-C. offerrd him through the Commercial brad and face of nal'lup.tteere immensely alter tne with extraordinary Honors, and
1 iuse.of D. and II. without knowing large ia proportion to hit usual route and return by Ch'mpcl-street, some degrading parts of the cerem.o-
The fist sailing Sloop, kho, giive the command to this house body they may with great propriety be which is chiefly Catholic aDd which Dbls were omitted. Generally, when

1NV1YC11WsE, for the advance, or from whom it received aid to be the only part that could be claimed a precriptive right to oppose the embassadors come to the seraglio

: Capt. T"ler--.hu good a.ccomIUodatiuns the money, he ordered it to te reckoned fine; his face, U hour after their array, in case they should persist (Orta Capussi) they are desired to dis. '

, for passengers, and will sail proposed to the governor advance his death wa one of the most interesting In such an undertaking-they prepared mount, and invited to sit down on a
wrthe above! port if eight or ten can him monthly five hundred pounds that could W imagined,bat from themselves for action. A few Catho bench, which is the usual seat of the

k obtained. Apply to which the duke of Leuchtenburg would the extreme heat of the climate, the lies armed themselves with stones, and imperial executioners and hangmen;
thro' that after heated with drink, assembled for resis here ther: are generally made to wait an
F. Co.
H. NISDET It repay to,the English gptcrnmeat decay wa: >o rapid shortly
_Pensacola. September 22.3t Mr. Baring. lie desired at the tame wards the feature collapsed;and at the tance. The Orangemen approached hour before.they are admitted into the

1'Or Yrii\g\\l: time, that instead of the two priest time that he wa laid in state, after the fray commenced, and went on for second court. Lord Stranford did not
Charter
or living with him, and instead of 1>r. Antromachi his hating been opened, the countenance some time with doubtful issue. The stop at all,but passed the bench.

TIIE substantial fast sailing count Benrand sad Mon- bad undergone total alteration Catholic combatants, being somewhat The Sultan himself answered his

BriKantine tholon he should be supplied with leis body wa altogether meant -tone* protected by their intervening houses, speech,which is usually done by the

ENDEA.'OU, other society. Aa his family lived in very ,mall,and very little mnsdey-he foolishly pt the Orangemen station Gnnd Vizier. Among the ceremonies

,, A" ...master, burthen about 600 bis. Italy and could not well judge what wa see, fat, even at the time of his Iry in a lane, firing at themselves and on the occasion, it must be added, that

Said."tufl having lately had thorough 'kind of men would be agreeable to him, Heath. On opening him*his heart was erery passenger by whom it was cross before the repast at which the Grand

I'tpllra, is now in conplete order for he left the selection of them to the king found very small and feeble, sad loaded ed. fa the general confusion, a poor Vizier and Embassador sitting, and

.tay tova eFor particulars, tnquiretht of;France, and to those of the king' with .4 his liver wa large, am woman ia the.delteate situation of advanced the two first interpreters standing, the
'( served of his reversed. It seems was shot throng Janissaries received their pay-a tedious -
captain on board, or to J. Innera- minister who had formerly under one kidney pregnancy
City, tlq. him,and knew his habit and want that be would have died much oacri the heart! The fire of muskets and ceremony which lasted five hours

- _ '_ _ September t-_-. -such as M. M. Paaquter, Segur, Da- the liver bid not forced Itself into the pistols continued* and several wound -the arrears being paid for six months,
For ruand'Latour' Maubnrg, or M. de Gates bold la bit atomacb, and hindered the: were thereby inflicted. Some Individ. The money was brought in 13,000 leather
Url\'ana or :s e' '-Orleane, who had Wen his own and bit mother aliment from escaping; but, except,' ails began to distribute, at their hOUSe bags of 500 piastres each(six millions

; THE fast sailing Sloop ENrOR '* private secretary. With regard from a fight Irritation, naturally to be e., words and guns to every Orange St a half piastres.The Embassa dor t'

t 11 DEA Henry J. "'inlch.C to a priest he desired a man of knowledge expected at this part cube linr, alIt man capable of beariftf arms. They received as a present five horses, whichare

master, having good accommo- and experience, a learned divine, wa in contact with the disease crowded to the scene of riot. Mr.Jer worth 5,000 piastres, and their

j ror freight or passage apply capable of discussing religious subjects quarter, it was completely sound am toil, at tbe bead of the Dragoon antYeomenry i trappings 15,000 piastres. The Em.

e 10 theduions captain on board, or to. able to answer his questions to solve healthy, and did DDt ales the teas now arrived; and even their, bassador had presented to the Sultan,

P. & .\. hU doubt, and to instruct him in the .fttptom of the complaint which be presence, did not terminate the wanton! in the name of his Sovereign' a dagge*
Pensacola stated Dr. O'Mtsra to r6Vr ad iadiftcriaitaats depredations that,! worth p.000 piastre1" *:
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4 ( &Jfictal crrwnf tftht, battle/C'ctrddo. olence or eoerslon, than such si mea I tor. rrlamirthiti Dtambt of .Iac.-:(hotdftg of clilrhfag property In- tht In the Florida-, have been enfrj.. j

Most Excellent Sir.....The political naturally be encountered by all skate : meats reUtitrgto estates in this place,:: province. Among these papers it ibelieved stirring up disaffection theme, al if

birth of the Republic of Columbia was who do wrong, and resist iheaulhorify: sa d toVuittinrtiUted here, art in the there are the documents rtla- sowing discontent in the minds of ,?

confirmed yesterday by a mO"li splendid of the government tinder which gist' potstssief aitiadirldaalbythenameot'DOnringnSonu. ting to the estate of Don Nicolas Vidal, good people of this said.province,
victory. l ycmlgbtADffiuto render harmtest- I These papers prvf whose heirs are interested in the same whereas it appears t: at they are A j

The divisions of the Liberating army yet as the subject>> has come before the rfy belong to this office,hat were Dot Also the papers relating to a house and i authors of the following false, sc, a
having been concentrated since the 23d public,it is proper that it'should have inekntrd in the inventory delivered by lot in Peasacota, which was the subjectof lous and indecent publication:

in the field of Tinaquillo, we marched the means of pronouncing a sstis/sc. tbe ttte Governor. Some of the cir proceeding between Carlos de Vil "In speaking of Col. Callavas

ycttcrday morning towards the headquarters tory judgment. The quintessence of c.nuances attending this affair are of Ie and Engine Sierra. Also a proceed peararce before General 4.: .

of thecnemy, situated at Cara- the whole affair may be embraced In a a-vtry peculiar nature but as the ne tng between Manuel Botifay and Carlo D. ought to have stated, that Jackson-ncnj u.

bobo. The first division, composed of few lines. By the second article of the eess'ty of obtaining possession of the de Ville relating to a piece of groundin the interrogatories and highly off-m of

the valiant British battalion,and of the treaty, all archives and documents directly dociments it urgent, 1 must defer makings this place-And also the documentsin accusations; of the General were ,,

-h < valiant battalion of A pure, with 130h 0cavalry relating to the property of the I report respecting them, to some the case of Peter Gutlkes and Tomas fully interpreted to Col. Callava fa!"

headed, by general Pacx, the country arc to be left. That the paper olhe period. Viltascca, relatIng to real property more than the replies of the Utter, tar

second brigade of the Guards, the ha* in question are of this character, Atpresenl I must request your Ex- in Pensacota. the former. It was, therefore, ul!

tallions of Tiradorcs, Boyaca and Va-1- no one has pretended to deny It was celleicy to authorise some one to makea In pursuance of our instructions, the power of our chief, not known out
r gas,and the squadron Scgrada(sacred) the duty of Callava to have made a fair rt-jpfardemand of the said documents, we therefore, make a formal demand or what was said to him, to make tht
under the command of the brace Col. and honest surrender cf them all-His and h ascertain precisely what they the foregoing and of all other papers ditory understand how innocent bet_

t4 Armundi, headed by General Scdeno, neglect to da so, in any in.taDUt... are. in jour possession, which: relate directly of the foul charges with which a
Mid the third, of the first brigade of in itself highly censurable and could ;; J am.rr.pectfallt. to the rtgnt of private property inWest sullied honor was endeavored hiJ'tlstained.

I a the Guard, with the battalions of Hiflcs only be excused by pleading mist.ke. Your moil obX servant, .Florida. and.in which. the,inhabitants *

Grenadiers,Conquerors Boyaca, accident on his part or .abtof design.If I. M. BRACKEXKIDGE, .flcade. thereat are interested. '* Such in sum,are the observation

nb Anzoalcgui, and the regiment of.horse should appear that-thry were purposely Hit Excellency GEO. WALTON, we had to make on.the statement of ft

of Colonel Rondon, headed by Colonel uttheld, the impropriety of'his lI.uok OI'JI. AO"kW J.ictcsos. JNO. MILLER B. and we hope that he and the pabl'n

Plata. conduct would be such, in the opinionof Cfrrrnser/ tit/ftrfcfc, lr.13Y: II. M. BRACKENRJDGE. will be convinced that we acted: Gnu

Our march through the mountains reasonable men, and of those who To Doer DOMIXOO SOUSA. no principle J and defiles which separated us from do not forget substance and attach: al (No. II.) the one hand vie thuddertd a/ t.It don s|

the enemy's camp, was rapid and in importance to the trifles of form and P II.Jdn.t .fttjrtt'f 21, 1821. (So. V.) violent proceeding cjcerciitd a-a,,,..
-' due order. At 11 o'clock in the mor etiquette as to allow cry little for stay; i urTttMK*Having been officially THAKSLAT10X.V our tufttrian vrc knew ,also what

r ; ; ning, defiled on our left, in front of the treatment which may hate resulted I informed, that herr are a number bt / .'aro/a, 2lstrlugxjt,1821. due to a government which is on'Ie ds

enemy, within the reach of their fireVe *- from this conduct. lie knew well that I papers ordoamnts.in the possessionof llusn.Icadc Sc Secretaries ama most friendly footing with our own.

j t+ \ crossed a rivulet which admitted those papers had not been surrenderee, i aa individual of the name of Do'mango Spanish officer, staying at present in '. We arc, fcc.

,, (I. the passage of but one man at a time and this long before they were demur I Sous of a public nature, and Pensacola, and subject by my commission THE SPANISH OFFICERS

ls; and this, too, in the presence of an army ded of him-He knew that they were i which belong the office of the Al to the orders ofthe late Governor Resident in tint ftlutt}

well situated on an inaccessible such as ought to have been deliver] i cade in this U-ftt Although not deliv of this place, Don Jose Maria Calla And, whereas, the said

n- height and plain, who threatened and for the protection of the inhabitants of eredwith the ethcr documents. relating va, consequently I have not under my is calculated to excite resistance publican:

1 harassed. us with their fire on all sides. .the country, who had.certain rights to II to private Procrt1..011 are herebj charge, in quality of an individual or existing government of the Florid toth!<.
The brave General Pacz the head and whose sole authorised aad this which I bound ,
I at assert, dependence instructed to proceed to town,any papers am and dis'urbthe
harmony, .
of the two battalions of his division I upon those papers. The only quest on the dwelling of the said Domingo Sou to deliver to you in compliance with good order of the same, ts puce well ,. y

I and of the regiment of cavalry: under in the case, is this, in what way should I.", and to makedemaad of all such parpen your request. It is a positive fact that weaken the allegiance enjoined b as o
command of the intrepid Colonel Mu- they have been demanded of col. C i1a- or documents as may be id his pos 1 have exercised (the functions) of assistant heretofore ; 111'
1 nor, went forward with so much court vas 1 low ought he to have been add
age against the right wing of the enemy sed on the subject? A) late governor' refuse to exhibit and deliver the same, for the suits in war and revenue in Pen- Iivhich incompatible could have been any 4ttcodd priri

r : that in half an hour, it was totally as commissioner or simply as cot Cal. you will immediately report the fad to sacota and under the Spanish govern .to the said officers, even if
routed and will lava? Whether verbally in t in and there in safe permi ot
cut to pieces; nothing or writing me writing. meat, are my keeping, had been them
expressly
given to
l .be able to reflect sufficient honor on the Whether the letr r should hate been Al"DRE.JCKSON, boxed up, some bf those papers entrusted rs
4 main in the said province and
I 4 valor of these troops; the British bat scaled with. a wafer or with sealing Gvtmtr of tkt Florida, tfe.: tfe.: to my care by the above named governor existing circumstance- nndr al.

; : talion, commanded by the worthy col.: wax ? and such like important prelimi To..Gcorxc.ahoa, Sect. W. I lori* for their preservation. of the lenity and indulgence gross hctetofe,
t Farriar haidutlnRtiished itself amonir -!...;.. Hut the fan i*.in thi in-.tancr, ch.IJ.I. brv"CAtid ".,.....t I'en- Thi i. .n thai t h.,c\o communicate
I', ev many talliant OMV*, .....! v.| eruct:: 'the palCtIcn: not in the actual pot. sauja, John Miller,Clerk of the County to you, in answer to the letter extended to them.
'r I r f a severe loss in officers. ;session of col. Callava; they were in dun of Escambia. which you hate been pleased to addressto This is, therefore, to make known tr
j The conduct of general Pact in this the possession of an individual, whom me to-day. the said officers to withdrawthemsthn

t last ar.d most glorious victory of Colombia the governor was not bound to know (XoTlil.Vntdfft4 .) God as they ought heretofore to have duct
preserve you many years.
entitles him to the highest mi. as connected with him in any nay / ..AX22, 1821. (Signed) DOMINGO SOUSA. from the Kforidas,agreeably to the u..
litary rank. I, therefore, in the name They had been ascertained by in,pec- Sn-At an early hoar yesterday rnor seventh article, on or before the tbir

1 of the Congress, have at the very scene Lion, to be in the possession of Sousa- ntng trc repaired to the dwelling of (No. VI.) day of October next; after which dtj

; of action, appointed him general in they were demanded of him,ud afterwards Dotringo Sousa and explained to him PenlaeeI.dasrit 2?, 1821. if they,or any of them shill be ftuad

chief of the army. an order, in the nature of a se- the direct of our visit,and the authority Sm r -Your note in reply I w Of the second division but a small qucilration, was issued. Sous, in con- rlh" which we :were-clothed. Heimrncdately of yesterday, his been received and military are hereby required to IT
number of light of the of the order shifted them into rest and secure them, so that they Jill
l troops guard, tempt i produced two boxes contain You are in the exercise of no civil !
under command of the intrepid comd't. the !hands of Callava, who on this, in log; pipers,declaring that they belonged functions under the existing govern be brought before me, to be dealt with

l' Ieras, shared his honor of the combat legal phrase, combined with Sous, to tothe military tribunal, and to the ment, we can therefore only regard YOU according to law, for the contempt and
-=:hut its general, at the impossibility the execution of the disobedience of this, my proclamationGiven
impatient
prevent process. re vein e of Spain On examining the as a private person. We do not claim
t of joining the action with The unavoidable of hit at Pensacola, this 29th duf ol
:
consequences said
papers, it appeared that with a I any papers in your possession or in that
hr the whole of his troops, owing to the conduct, are detailed and tnirreprcsrnt- few exceptions, they related to court of any other, relating to the military September, one thousand eight hundred -
local barriers, engaged of in cd in his and in like and twenty-one, and of the Ijd*.
t' a party publication, manner rnankls,and personal disputes between tribunals or to the revenue of the Spanish
fantryonand died in the midst of ,any offender against the laws might officers and soldiers cognisable by the i government. But we are certain pendence of the United States, the furtysixth. .

the enemy, in the most heroic manner, cry out, a"bond outrage." It will beseen military tribunal. Bat the following that no individual nu matter what office .

thatoughtto terminate the c.arecroft11e however: that every possible indulgence paper: we conceive to be of a different I he may have held under the Spanish ANDREW JACKSOX,
i bravest of all the brave warriors of<::0. was extended to him and thai Governor of the Florida:fr. (,'ctra(
the
nature the has retain
to
proceedings relating to government, any right pos
t U lombia. The Republic has lost in general with a persevering obstinacy, he rrfut.cd estate fcf Nicolas Maria Vidal,former I session of archives or documents which By the Governor :

! .i Sedeno a great support, both in every offer which would hate enabled I ly auditor of war of this province, antwhose relate directly to the sovereignty of this GEO. WALTON,
i: peace and war. There never was a him to have got out of the affair in thi* rvUcr- i province. And no reason could be given Secretary of Heat Florida.
valiant than he without c..ipieieiitnonor. relate'Iprop rtty thiscountry Jj
more man ; nrver ana claims in why such papers as concern property
man more obedient to the goys nment. Such is the strange perversion the and whatever the Spanish law in this country, and which may be 'rL SVBSCTVllYfcttBEGS :
I I therefore recommend the relics ol this human mind under Spanish dominion, be the
r may on subject of the military necessary to establish titles or assert leave to inform the Publicii
general to the supreme Congress, in in all things which relate to the administration which
privilege, by the military courts the rights of individuals, should be that he has commenced
t < order that the honors of a solemn triumph of justice, that i am credibly have sole cognisance in all cases,when I withheld from the officer now authori- the SADDLE and HARNESS makiaj

I may be fully bestowed them. informed, that among many of the old persons of lhai profession are in .any std to lake charge of them. We business in alt its bran<< lies, on the'ip-
The Republic weeps alike for the inhabitants here, the principal cause or iDtC'"stnJ-fet in this the make
way case, again a positive demand of the per part of Market or Palkfux stmu,
. j : death of Col. Plaza, who dated with astonishment was, that an ex-governor now interested have mentioned
person nothing to papers in our note of jester where he hopes by his assidious afto
unexampled enthusiasm charged a battalion could be sent to prison, at the instance do with the Spanish J01"fl"l1mtnLra day, to wit -The documents in the lion to give general satisfaction. :
! i; ot the enemy, to force it to sur of two or three females, in the humblest other package contains the papers in case of Don Nicolas idal-the procC'C'tlings PETER II. STEELE.

t E4 render. walk of life Al their instance the: case of I'rtn.lIilk" against Torn between Carlos de Ville and Pensacola, Oct. 8-3LJtST
Col. Plaza deserves the tears of Colombia through the alcalde,the present governor as Villataea, which relates: to real Engine Si n. Also proceedinifs between -

and the honors due to his cmi* was called upon to interfere in property that bit passed into other Manuel Bonfay and Carlos dc'iUeaDd RECEIVED,

bent heroism on the pan of the Con their behalf, and ui compel the surren bands. There ire also papers in the \ the documents in the case Per schooner melytfrom sllrxandri

gress. der of documents indispensable to the case of Manuel onfay, against Carlos I of Peter Guilkes and Tomas Villascca.These and for tale by! the *udtcrt6ertr4X

After the dispersion of the enemy, establishment of their righU, so long de Ville, relating to a lot of ground in papers are known to be in your 63C
such was the ardor of our chief and officers deferred, and in whoM favor Callava Pensacola. Also, the proceedings be.u"cnCadosde possession, :and we demand to know by barrels families new Flour, suitable M f l
in pursuing, that we 'suffered himself had repeatedly passed decrees ,
a
Ville :and Eugene Sit- whose authority,as no person whatever 100
Crackers
kegs
considerable loss among this higher which were never xccutcd. Every ra, relating to real property here, and has any right to :authorise: YOU detain 50 boxes ,
Meter
class of the army, whose names arc law, human and dhinr, called for the in which t.t.upar1a"arr now interes- them. Segars, Qf cool

r specified in the bulletin.<< interposition of the governorI ow,on ted. These are all the papers we conceive ctO.ALTON., quality,
The Spanish army consisted of upwards such an t-avpeal, by what possible justiication important to the inhabitants here, II. BRACKENRIDGE 25 barrels Navy Bread,
of 6000 men selected from the [ tould he have witheld from some cases of JNO. MILLER. 800 wt. first quality Hams.
;
except :admiralty
jurisdiction
very best part of the pacifying expedition. them tile aid of his :authority If be and one as late as 1819, but Do DOMIMOO 50,;", October JNO. fie JOS. C. KEYSER.
_ p This is b.d. he would have been 8.-3t.rWEAKEN .
army no more; scarcely undeserving which appear to be principally copies. This letter was handed to the above
h1 400 men have this day entered Puerto i of the high c.irem and
consideration
the been named
originals hating sent to Ha Sousa by the undersigned who up by the subscriber,northrJL
Cabcllo. i in winch he is held his
by countrymen. rana.After. refused to receive it. east of Pensacola, a red tOW
14 The liberating army was, equally I Haring taken the ground, that col. having examined the whole olhe II. M. BRACKENRIDGE. marked with two swallow forks M'
strong with the enemy; but no more I Callatm was not al this time a diplomatic in the two under
To :
papers possession of the said ( be continuedPROCLAMATION/]! squares-branded thus S'
t' than one fifth of it decided the fate of of and thai he had
agent Spain, Sons, we made a demand of the fortgoing he latter letter not understood-hut
the engagement. Our loss is small but forfeited every claim to the privileges but he related to deliver them, large scar: in her flank-supposed to fit
painful, scarcely 400 slain and wound by that he had
ed. courtesy, tnorcotcr illegally declaring thai: he was: merely the ser By Major General Axoatw JACKSO, 10 or 12 years old,and has now a youaj
interposed between the authority rant of the late Governor calf.:
Cattava,who Governor of the Provinces of the
Col. Rangcl; who has ever performed of the governor and one who had '
not
had placed them his hands CHARLES BEELER.
in and that Floridas, exercising the of
Vender has this day marched to even the shadow of such powers
.
commence -
the pretensions.I without an order from him, they coald the Captain General and of the In* Oct., 1821-2t*
Beige of Puerto Cab 1Jo. would ask rational
any manwhatother trot h* given to us. We then made lend&ni of
up the Island of Cuba
The sovereign Congress will be pleased course was left to him, but thai formal demand over Outers \\l\ee-sttt\'kS..
i.i in writing, and which the: said provinces, and of the Governors ,
to in the of which he did
the intrepid I
name t
accept actually and
!J I pursue is annexed to this On the of said [ AT THE SIO.V or
men whom I have the honor t..com .could he have pursued th tC"tscida report. same provinces respectively Crlat"tdoy.ttr Iffiorter under tht *,
"p
wand evenibg we received his answer hereun- Whereas, by the seventh article of
the homage of a subdued army, greater temperance and forbearance to annexed.: We then the the public are informed that I haft
t the prepared annexed ; treaty: concluded between the United THE
more powerful and great than Is one prepared to that heought
ever any
entered Geld say letter of the 22d, bat when presented States and Spain, on the 32nd day considerable expense fitted aQ
a of battle in Colombia. to have turned deaf
a ear to the to him by Cot Miller of my house on the bay for their comfort.
I am with the highest consideration obscure but much and H.it. February, Id 19, and duly ratified, it ,
injured individuals
:y. E. devoted humble llrackenris'ge, he declined receive was stipulated that the "OJpttt and and convenience, where the lovers,Of
l' servant who cried to him for jutlce''u sag' it, stating that he had: no control troops of His Catholic Majesty in the good eating and drinking will find)
Liberating head.quarlcrl'altnc this call be
f. '25th June 1821.' DOLIV a, col. to disregarded to gratify over the pipers, that Col. Callava was territories hereby ceded to the United they may desire, and at moderate >prices >
Alt. Callava's love of
t To His punctilio?' toM the person of whom they must be de States, shall be cr/ftlrfrawn,and possession -Private parties can be, accomfflwdated.
Excellency the President of lay this flattering unction to hi* soul .
and .ReItshes furnished at
marled therefore refused fcc. !
t to eceive of the places occupied by them cc.
the ,
General Congress_ of ,Colombia. to I pamper his.vain pride, or even that. any letter. _from them. He (urI shall be given within six months after any hour. ..
PJ N 'ACoLA.t 01 his nation, by so mean a titer stated that he had PETER MULLE&Pensacota
tion ? To condescna-I communicated he: ratification of the treaty, or soonerIf
FOR THE rLoaIDIAN. commissioner address a letter I he demand to Cob Callava/ who told possible' And whereas,it has this Oct. 8, 1821-tf _
.
Much hat been said respecting the him or deliver late govcthor, beseeching I him to answer by simply stating that day been made known to me, that the FOR MOBILE, "J4The

case of col. Callava, which ought, in to which letter to, he has the papers and''be tits tabordinate to Callava'a orders. : following officers of ills Catholic Ma. fast sailing and substantial
p fact condescendingly'told Hr said that in order to relieve himself, to witMarcos de Villiers Berisrdo
have been esty,
; to set down as a pro us, he would deign 19 1", 'E.\i"EL: : ,
rrtylie
V wrding in the from the responsibility of keeping the; Prieto, Louis Gayarre, Clvilo
ordinary course of jut.The had already been informed the positively sail on Tuesda).
by
r' circumstance of his co"emor -papers,be was about to deliver them to tts1niu, Arnaldo Guiltimard, Carlosde aCcommodations
having twenty days before that he For freight or : ,having good -
't bVn the former and the late Governor. Villiers, Pedro de Vegas and Mari passage
governor commissioner would hold
further
no correspondencewith apply to the captain pt
GEO.
to surrender the WALTON, ano Latady and who according to the
country, when him and board
a man of true spirit and H. M. or to
the case is viewed with BRACKENRtDGE. said seventh article, ought to have
attention and .
4L honorable feeling, would have been At JNO. MILLER. JNO. Sc JOS. C. KEYSER. .
- impartiality alone withdrawn from the said ceded territory
render it remarkabIt' toss -
no to have known what coarse to October>> g.-It.
His with the of His Catholic ""
singular publication have troops
protesting pursued after such intimation. AUCTION.
I before God, his government, The (No 1\-.) Majesty, have without the permissionof .
" that of the United States, and mm in the accompanying documents, contain l'ntutt148..*r 21, 1831.Snr the existing authorities; contrary to 13t)\\U GamierOn ,,

'" general, against the authors and extcu.or the proceedings delivery of the instituted to enforce -We have this day been aalhor- the said seventh article, remained in T"tday..tlrr 9th tntt. on a crtd..U.qf

,, '{ of these hand outrage f will in all / C. BROKAUGH.papers. ised and instructed by lib Excellency this city and its vicinity \ and whereasit 60 k 90 Jay,a variety of

probability attract attention, and .. General Andrew Jackson, Governor of, has been made known to me, that the DRY GOODS. ..

possibly deeieye. Although its porn.poutsattie may* (No.-I.) the Floridas, to require you to deliver'ii '('"said officers acting in a distinct body, .f/j for CaA-Gn! ,< Brandy: and

?l and deficiency in any real and Pen,atola, Jvgitti 20 S31. certain public documents which aopriute Independent of, and disowning even a Whisky,in barrels; Loaf Sugar,So j

.*4 substantial accusation of any other vi SIR-I learn from the individual has a right to keep; temporary allegiance to the government Salad Oil, Furniture,, ice. fcc. .'.
molt'llJ1ata.tn -4.a?tbty tl UMo tberihu of of . *
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=- cat, tihen they :required fay aVJ for the''raNn&ld hart .dhpend,t&levy r- those that hare say dee4ati8a
'LORIll,1.li protection of their The American DlttD-At ClaiborBe;on the"th ult. ALL
rights. suffered the act to sink frto -Utl 6th 1| Andrew Allen, as maaafrer -
U F OUR GOVERNOR. government, at the tame time lilt the dignity and hjipfr cf tEej overnment Miss Mary E. M. ... R. Wood eldest of the "Jatkioitian Comno,iwe0//A
JlO\OR that it lathe freest, ii ( 'daughter of the Ute Mr. Wood'of that
the ,
that the Govern- perhaps forbade 4oadact so .q.$-1' Ta/rr"willbc pleased to send themin
being understood the officers of strongest in the world; because, the] rageoos should piss Vnaolifed. I place. The writer of this imperfect for adjustment as he is about to
or .'u about to leave stationed us, at this most wealthy and most powerful in so.eiety might appeal those very pct** aad< notice feels his incorapetency, and will leave this place for New.Orlean, for '
the miliurr corps are as weak in opposition to it,'task what would be the coaseqvoitt if, not therefore attempt to portray the the
united with the dU-
tlbct'and Harancas, as the most humble and obscure. It a band of American t&ctrs thctitd character of this amiable young lady. iSUtet Theatreforthewintercampaiga.
: ,ofrVn acoUm tendering excciknc knows no distinction between an ex-go offer such an insult to the fpvera- Min Wood had just approached the :ANDREW ALLEN.

V and family, on entertainment r.n.con- vrr nor and a peasant In the course Drat of a Spanish Province But the most ratemiiti period of life-was Oct. S, 1821-tf
and ball
ncof a public dinner -. of my short administration, one case inhabitants of the Floridas may rest asured beautiful, intelligent, and accomplished -
; their respect and esteem. The inStation has unfortunately occurred, which required ,that whatever, bettttimprotriet and but a few weeks since was the LIST OF LETTERS, '

v'i* accepted, and on Thursday. the exertion of that authority ;or irnprudeace of some it will pride and' solace of a widowed mother R'.ahdllf ba Ar Post.Of ee,Pm'GtiIG,

hit, we had the Fete, Austin's: T> which is no respecter of pet-soots bare no effect upon>> my fctlbjrs towards But how changed are the anticipationsof en the hi. October, which, if( nor M- t
,-C1. A company of eighty gentlemen That the necessity should have exist- the rest the. innocent will not her affectionate relatives She has ken out within three months will be t

partook of an excellent dinner pro- cd has occasioned me pain,and regret; be confounded with the guilt/, aad all descended to the grave amid the tears sent to tAe General Pott-Office at
tided for the occasion. Col. Walton and especially as it has been misunderstood will continue to experience tie same of her disconsolate friendtw-Cowmn. Dead Letteri,-Th<)te' marked thut,* '

j' .. t'resdcnt-The; ; l by col.. roti by some of the inhabitants of >rotccUo.and respect for tbd rights, art for/1'1'1011' in the army, tf thut\ r
Vice this country,from want of a sufficient which has heretofore been extended, "kalrtl.a. for those In Mr novy.AAlex.AndersonThoa.. .
s-crc drankI. TOASTS :;: a.quataUJauit" Uc facts of the provided they dcmeaa U cms lrts with tl& case as well as with the character and that which. becomes -
fourth
Provident of the United propriety every Adjutant regiment of arttHtry,
The O\\d\\1 tictobtr S.
dom of his administration principles of our government. It was good eiuzea and subject; and should John Allen, Edward IL Alexander,
Stiu.-l'he duty under the exercising of them under the i&Baeace.f
my treaty momentary Thos.
is pro\cd by the prosperity ofseer any Governor JACKSOK'S: family leaves P. Abbott, Hiram Adams, Nathaniel
the government in the Florida, to secure passion,or feeling, beditsatis this today, for his seat in Tennesseethe II. Allen 2; Noah H. Allen 2.B'Jacob .
country. to the inhabitants all the evidence led with the i have
measures pursued, Durton, William Brown
llusic-Prestdcnt s March. : Governor will follow in a few days
of their right of property. The imps 011< a return of their sober jwdgrarnt, 1 John G. Barr, Moses Bennett, Joseph '
The N.\-1u its youth, it humHd -for the present he is detained by official
2. conduct of the captain general oflavanna eel confident will te '
per they
compelkd'soapprose. Bonifay, Benjamin Brown, Arthur
the pride of Britain and exaltnturcJunu' duties. His return to this
in witholding documents looked
among the nations-its m*. is contingent-but it is not to be Bowlin, Alexander Du.rnsVi1Iiam:
) archilcs of this nature, from an Considerations of
will be worthy of it. agent a personal aster, for unless circumstances render it Barnett 4 j Raisin Bowie 2; Stephen
turity Decatur and expressly sent to receive them,increased k the situation ofmy fuailf, requiringmy Barton, .G. W. Blake, Betsey< Bury,.
It lias become.ictol1"o firetith I the necessity of vigilance on ray absence from thew provinces for necessary. Solomon Bounds, G. Bran, Felix ,...-
3. Florida- > ?art. It was made known to me by sa- short period make mown that in the not.
III a Jlutlou-its star, though but l factol"'idcnc.e, that there were documents time the govtrnmtnt of Eats Major George Bowie having resIgn. Carpenter
mean C-George Cushing, Manning -
.t riwn from the ocean, i is swift tb ed the station of Major, hole Juhn
.
ju of this character in the handsof
Florida is the .nd
constellation "The rbccd..1tdr charge Miller has been selected to fill hisplut' 3} 'James Coates, Henry H. W.
juia the glorious an individual here, and that these direction of j! W. 'U'orthinjtjn
( Bowie's business M. Connor 2D.. L. Clinch 2; J. B.
The Star Banner. Major private
Luu/n. Spangled limmctt documents were necessary to establish Isq.. Secretary for ttr aimr, slut this rendered this determination Celia fJ. F. Curtis 2; William Collins,
of Robert
4. The memory br; right of property in this country of West Florida time Col. George for him.Vt' in necessary with Micajah Crupper, M. N. Chambers,
fillrtt"C111t'n of common our
and Xavicr ever) The fact ascertained, my duty was Walton, Secretary tMn: r. Each of E. John
tC. Cranky, Campbell, Benj.
hJ.nl"C the fate of fellow citizens, regret the loss of his
Frcrdomjiaiattyrs.
)
tat'.on: clear and alternative left '
no was me. these gentlemen: arceloiheJ with all the Cummins, William Carr.
services in the
Roslin Cbstle. highly important sta.
1 That individual was ordered to surrender w -ers appertaining to the goscruorsunder D-A. L. Duncan 4; *J. E. Dinkins,
of Alabama \\e 10\f tion filled by him, and that feeling U
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The stale
5. them,so that in pursuance of the the late government of Spain, \ *. Darby A. J. Donaldson. "John
sister,but w would not be *'cdI ,. only relieved by the certain assurancewe
ler c*a e
second Article of the and of
such iostructio
1 1r. treaty my and subject to p as they have of the zeal and ability of his Davenport,Richard William
carne "illna.mUl1ua,marry J'ct" 'lamation the inhabitants be from '
> M might may respectively rtceive the President Dougherty, Patrick Dealy. -
\\ utnan-1'irtueand fidelity conk successor. .
wcured in their right of propcrtyvlite -- bf the United Slates through rac E-David Evans.!
i 4tncy and truth are her legitimate atf individual thus ordered drifter They are charged faithfully to protect POSTSCRIPT.NC.WYORK F-J. G. Forbes 5; John Fitzimmons. f
tti'uie'--None j' but the vicious bl*.* hem,instead of obc)ing as he ought the and maintain all the citizens and inla A. B. Freeman, James Frazer, Donald

phase her name or let line her servifcc } commands of the government under bitants whatsoever description>> in the Sep. 13. Fisher, 'J. R. Fenwiek 6; e AC.'W. r
t %. and f".n rice blushes at her peel which he was protected, and which said provinces in the pcaccfar! enjoy By the arrival of the Amity,London Fanning John Fife 2; John Forbes. "
a jKare Come I haste to the M'edding. i, could know no superior,excepting the mmt of sit ttHhir rtfhi., thilttn.ad; d tae..a'o teen feeti.e.l i..H. 91st.J. c. P..l 12. O.rrUtrJ.tn...rUJ.-
VOLUNTF.UR TOASTS. IDr i congress or president of the United mmunitics secured to them alder the ft' The coronation took place on the dtn2James M. Glassetl.R. Gayle,

Go\'uwr Jackson-The go\crn{ State, shifted them into the hands of late treaty with Spain, and tffder the 19th July, pursuant to previous notice. Dennis Gt'rmanJ. D.Graham,Thos, ,
mem of the United States--May its the person who lately administered constitution of the United States so far The details of this .../ rtaatercntare Giltiam, James M. Gibson. ..

J t ministration alwajs be as wise as hi' l-overnmcnt of this province, and who as the same is applicable. I lave intruded given in the English papers,which ran- > H-Mrs. A. E.Harmun 3;Richmond ;

principles aix 0 DUTTT. i had been authorised by the captain gen them promptly_to polish the hat be sufficiently! interesting to the American P. Hughes, Garret lIoUenbcck 2; Pen-
bj"lCietor lircuaugh-J. C. Cal< rH of Cuba to surrender hc country: violators ofitbe law, and to reiuire of reader for us to mane any sacrifice dteton Harwood, E. H. Hinchin ton.

ioun-distini,uifthrd fur his integrity, agreeably to the stipulations of the all that allegiance to the gO'tnuhtnt.njoihCd : in order to publish them. Levi Ut'ath..5.. Hamey; Jno.Hull,
'a"mired foe his talents and statesmanfir treaty. This person* whether from by my proclamation issued on The Quart in pursuance of her declared Daniel Haran, Bichd. A. Hargis,.Jas.

tin zealous" attd rtilighlcned misapprehension, or from worse motiers taking possession of the coutrt>y. resolution attempted to obtain R. Hannum 2; John Hoyse, John'HorT
Lieut. fJn'hon-1'11C Floridas considered himself cot responsible ANDREW JACKSON C admittance as a spcctatorof the coronation Richard Huson, Pendleton Harwood
-A grant acquisition, may they !M>: for any act of his to the government Gp.VIIt-nwlrutr t..c.Pensacola } but being unprovided with the 'J. D. Haydon
tune united as a state, and' one of the'' of the Florida and appeared entirely Oct. &,..r2 r. 1 0 I required ticket of admission,was refused I k J-tDuncan N. Ingraham, -*Mathew -
brirhu'st Mars of the union. insensible to the impropriety ./"bat Aa- , admittance by the doorkeeper of Israel 3; John Innerarity 8; John

After the U
gitcn. J arms J" hi* etrn' aecerd. Whatever 4. I to her carriage. She was occom Jayne. t
I .lugtttine, af.
Our Go\'crnor-liis glory is as the'sun he might have The follow ing extract of a Inter was parried to the Abbey and also on her K-Samuel Knapp,John Ki, s,TbQ.- o,
i in his JHt"l' danlal1d like his last rays, t bct-ii entitle to, these privileges. had I written b uJcmaDho J.s lately return from the Abbey, by a crowd mas Keller.L .
it shall remain, when the hero has sunk: ) a a
f. ceased upon the surrender this country explored the St. John's River,and who some approving and some disapprovingher "Thomas Lawson, James Lawrence
to icst. Hail to the Chief. ,and he then known I. conduct. John M. Danl.
was not tne,or il a perfectly competent judge of the Long, LeRoyfcCo.
By; the Ptesulcutof lh ct day-The recognized; at having any other right* subject which he riles s"FiralatoJaly Sorw mischief was done by the mob John Lanier Jas. Lockhart. ;,
j' A-my-Avarice' has overcome grali- than those of common individual. It that followed the Queen. The houses M-James Menial, Henry Madoit ;
tL''e, ..the laurrls won in the cause of! wan notenoughyir to consider himself 19, 1121. of the marquis of Londonderry and of Mr. M'Manners, John J. Mathews, '

fl\: tic".1 are withered by the grasp olpovrtti.ritj a public agent of the king of Spain, ")h- Drvm Sla-.ou atfctaf. opin the duke of Montrose were much inju- Thos. Mitchell,JobnllurpbJlJobu'loorc
helves arc rcduicd: to cry. swd ....41. a.,. r.. t r..rm..t ( .U. r>U., *****.*mi ..r-.f' .*.. ted | ttnf P"anomanjorsitewtncvw L Montgomery, Peter Slickel, .
In." '..&JI"m IlttUarto transacting official business with the Fl oridas-to answer yoorenquiries fuly frames having been broken. A report Samuel Myers 2; *\V. H. Maun,James
L\ the Vice I drnt-Com. "-m. agents of the United States, but it was would too far exceed the limits of a having been spread that a body of military Mallett Wm. Miller, Ulysses Munn, .,

Bain'jrid;;c -The onumcnt and pride necessary that be should have made letter; in a short time I shall perhaps, was approaching, the mob dis ( eo. M'Fherson John May hew, Wm. '- t1

,f his (profession' ,both in war & peace known the object k purpose of his stay i be able to satisfy your curiosity by publishing persed.Hismsjesty. MiVoy Levi'M'Neal, Michael B.blil. -
Il Mr. IJruiiot-Our iirwly. adoptee' had he done so, he would hate been my observatioof this climate. was to embark on board Ier'

fj'i w citizet.s <,f tlit Florid as. 1 informed at once by mf, that my own **I will only observe, that the St. his yacht for Ireland on the 4th of August N-S. Norris, John E. Newton.; I t '<.'J,
\/\ V.r. KuUu> :"'->*a>' h I=ouish Ian ctergrccri |fn no one but the president of the U. receives the impressions of the tide at Dublin for his reception.The -*Bently Outlaw. \
tlit; cut hooted H. The best frclt.soTr l. had him than ISO miles from its mouths had attended Laneat P-R. II.
States any power (o give permission more Queen Drury Parker, II. D. Piere; A. I,
,.ufkttid aicrnlUtrdon its side. to remain here as a diplomatic This b.y affords the finest navigation the performance of Richard the 3rd, Potter W. R. Payton 2; Peter Porter, j
'i.d l,,-at said hand should unite for iU, eyrnt enjoying the firivilfgfi tf Aft. that I am acquainted with-to* ,will and was received with unbounded ap M. M. Payne, 'David M. Porter 2; j'trn.
,
,1\jt'jJOrl. rr-grt minlttrr. The natural consequrnces find in all/parts of iUaftcr passiag thebar plause.The. \ Pope, Edward Peacock 2; *Bcnj.K. .
Or ttrccrringof the same day, tle| of his conduct arc too well up to the entrance of Lake George, SO Liverpool Advertiser notices Pierce 3.RJames. J'
Iasi;, 'jcitrd tle partyand uuhpd in CUD- known, and need not be detailed: With feet .atcr--this Lake to its southeast the arrival in the Martha of" General Rambo,"James Russell;
dIAl;-t,,, the I'Ite with a ball; mui the exception of this solitary instance rxtrcmity is upwards of to feet in Wade Hampton one of the wealthiest Richard Randall tCapt. Reed, -Henrr ,

t It numerous!h' attended than could ,,il; feel the utmost confidence in saying. depth. You see almost every where, and_most distinguished! _cttixens.in_A- Rockintrbaueh: ,tJ. Ramaee.S '
1.' vrtwri ;. .ipiU-d, M.d.'as llic I I I1t that nothing has occurred, notwitn charming perspectives,magnolias, Ianfcls mencaand xeaa, toe ceieoraiea -Ann"Suttfe,Wm. Sanford,James 'il]
rntiiurkess\ of the ttrtithrr! -all gloom standing the numerous cases in whiclI of every species, and water oaks, Steal, Turner Starke, Joseph Schneider ; :

":,IJlino I.1U' r hate been called upon to interpose my; in the shade of which the citron and actor"A :3; Lucius Storrs 2; William Spence, I 1!
hL UTixr.ss or THE iHUMS. 'authority, either in a judicial ortxrtu. orange JfOwll2tanJlr.forming as evergreen CARD.HTALMOK Wm. D. Simms, Percival F. Smith 2, :

,,.. \i'' tine capacity, to occasion any thing curtain the whole length of this having taken that Turrtll Simpson Edward Simms, 4!
Tic 1; tri.'lwtaiy organization of the like distrust, discontent or want of fine river.M and central building Joshua Stetson, Anthony. Shelby, I,',
ji'te'imtcnt of tlttf-c lrouiites, ad-I IU'IJIIK confidence{ and I cheerfully take this Lake George is a little sea,of nearly lately'occupied' hjr his excellency: atlLjos "'m. Suggs, riiuutas Shields; Tb9'f'
( to the act of Congress tjif: occasion to express my satisfaction I 60 miles circumference at the extremity general Andrew Jackson, very respectfully mas Spragins, Wm. Saltonstall; *j. ) j
Li.r test session, and to the latrtyl i Hrith the peaceful,obedient and orderly of which is found a NAIL of informs those gentlemen who may B. Shaw, -Saml. eabruok, *R. M. rj
ris lonfm-O on me by' the Tret- conduct of all those whose aHcgiancchas shells on which yam have only about favor her with their company that her Sands,Mathew Scott,J. Scantling, O. -JF]
d"lltIf the United: States, I hate thti been transferred to the U. States 1IJ' five feet water; but at two or three house will be ready for their reception SkeaL i

,. faciH/n to announce, i, now trim; the cession of the country. It is true, miles above this tie branches of the on Wednesday, the 10th inst. -James Tully John B. Triplett. 'r:\
fl' It. If it possess impctfections, ur, a recent occurrence connected with the St. John' reunite, and a broad and :a October ST. Ephrairu Town 2; Thomas Thrift.

dCfCU.: the icfiectnifj: titan will mak une referred to, has compelled me to deep channel conduct you to a Lake c t-Wm. Underwood.
due .dlowiitire, when he wnsetlth.t take measures I conceived necessary which bears dlHerml tume.-U U of 1rIDIIt rt mmQ V-Charles You, .J. H. Vote, Joseph

itt duatiuu will be but short, sand tnai for the -tcrdignity and harmon Jackson: is most appropriate, it being Vidal.
it is
t, taking into view the diificultiei which at the same time were the mildest Having only been sa observer, of IR. alias Miss BARREMORE. Whitehead 2; John Lee Williains.2; 1"
1 line had to n uunter. Where the the circumstances would admit. I this country for three months, i sSo W Ode 9 Benj. J. Willard, Madame Henry Wilson -
rule, cr a..w. is certain, I have considerd allude to the conduct of a number of not like to give an irrevocable opinioft. On Tuesday, Evening, David Wright, Nathl. Whitson 2; .

it roy duty to follow il strictly, but the Spanish officers remaining here after It is necessary, sir, to examine for along ,," LLbe presentedthecelebrated Elizabeth M. Williams, Edward WiI- .
.
*" fuil'-ivored to make the best provisiw .but which would certainly not have been retentive as the Floriias, to be enabled C.L'E 'rEC'r\\'E. son,Cornelius C. Ward, Jas. D'Wolf, -; .

$ iamy power, believing dial go. witheld from them so long as they demesined to know it welL-Xettrtheless, I am Earl Osmond, Mr. Vaughan. Wm. Whittle, -L. Whiting,Chas. +1

Ytrnmcnt of some kind, was absolutely themselves respectfully to the well convinced that ii the cultsre that bum, Scott. Whitson, Jonas Whittenberg, J. H. 2 a

Sfmary. It it my sincere hope that;'existing authorities, and refrained from Is suitable for the soil and climate,, b An Mrs. Legg. Wilson. "a'
tl.e subject will attract the earliest at* I; any improper interference with the applied to it, East Florida will OM day To conclude with the .Farce of theSI'OIL'D \eJ. YanceJ. ,5''
'w'.onof the congress of the Lnitt-d measures of the government. Thirespect become one of the moat productive Liszt de Lettret .{;
CHILD.
S'lttj, and that tie inhabitants of t is due from foreign officers in states of the American''UzJCdultr. Girraudon Aubergirte.

"><*t pro inces will be relieved from the < all countries-their situation is materi It it certain, that Coffee prc pers 100""Lust. -Cidalice BelHsle,Adaliu BelHste. .ij'
lockt.l
5lte pf uncertainty and doubt, which !fly different from that of other alien, south of theS7th degree- pUnters C-Captn Conte Mons. Cabaret, "
M this moment must necessarily pre-i and their conduct ought therefore to< on Cape Florida make perfect etcps of 0 N the 5th or 6th last was lost a Jean Chabaud, Narcisse-Chaudiere. !
"II. 'j more circumspect. In the Unite it. middle sized pocket book, once DB.. Dubois,Mons.Dunne fill,Joseph taI

In the organization of the present''be:States those are severely punished,wh "The Orange and the Citron grow red but now so old and worn it maybe I Donfor 2; A. S. Dumee :2j Albert ':.

'porary': government and in its cxe-! are guilty of writing,in a libellous man I spontaneously--finer than'U .t4 climates difficult to determine its color. -The I Devereux. /' -
(; Jon, I have kept stcdilr in vitw the tier of proceedings in courts of justice. of South America The Olive, pocket book contained many papers,I F-P. F. Fontangts. J.
kcui'i0R to the inhabitants of tht flo. Forwhattends to bring thejudiciary into I although exotic grows su Prbr* *d ([all valuable to the loser and none of G-M. Goubil Pao Graupera. ..
tsdu all the privileges and immunities disrepute shakes the public confidence: finer than: in France. The Indigo mach importance to the finder)-viz; H- !. Hasley. \ 1;

araDttCd to them by the treaty*-Jin that part of the gonrnmenr.,that it: springs up under the pinesthe :\1.1- three promisory notes of Peter\VUkiD.j''' X-A. Krtimm.LAdolph: | :
t be principal of these, is the ptotecti-(i looked upon. the most sacral depository berry, for the silk worm U r \&o. ete son,one for fifteen dollars,the Lavech.btZacheriahMussina.. ,
IIr.their persons, property and relif'on of individual rights. Hence io I ry where along the banks 4f be St. smaller the amounts not recollectedtwo J 4's'sp

until they shall be incorporated both these point* tarn, without noticing John's. The culture of the Oarance, notes of henry Shepherd, one for tons. Penaeierae ',

Into the union, and become entitled toalithe the singular conduct of the Spa.I or Rabin Tlnctorum might equtl the six dollars, the other not rememberedtwo I Madime de Perdreauville. ,Gilboj... :
privileges and immunities of cttU'bl 1 nish officers acting as If they consider Adrianople Red,so much sought after. bonds for making title to laads Pasagen.R ,
ofthe U. SUtrs. In performing 1' ed themselves distinct k separate '.ody The quality of the Cotton equals that on the Escambia given me by lawyer,' tons. Roquet. *

this important part of my functions, 1 -:an i"Jt rlfl'" in Imfirrio-the of the Tropical Colooks; TVor must Hayacs of Btakely-a note for twenty-' tiara dt Car/o Etfiaiiolat.
lase,endeavored to pursue the spirit ofsue were guilty of great indiscretion and the Quinquina or Peruvian Balk, be: five dollars given by Morgan to Schru- Clestine M. ConzalesAntonioRay, ,
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political institutions. 1 have-made (Impropriety In publishing a most indecent i forgotten which bere grows spotune- van, and endorsed to the subscriber by mundo Luis GaJarre,Antonio.MoHni'* : +,
so discrimination of libel tfcalnst the judicial proceedings -:'oasly. Much of the land is proper for John Delaay aDd raaay other papers. B. Caro. : "
persons* my
louse hi* been surrounded by no of the highest tribunal the Florid -,the culture of the Sugtr-Cane, kd kc. Two dollars will be given any one who C. NICHOLAS, P.tM..y:
{ feeljngs ,I I M In to this the eat- will leave said pocket book contents iNONe.atl' :
cosatrf
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pwdsnoone has been kept at a disancrhyrepulsivefornlalitea -! a i. Had I consulted my personal applying 'Pl\l .
all base ,having entertained a arorableopi-' tare which suits lit It win Jield,I'I i6a at thIs. C t cc.' .
J.' THOMAS THRIFT. executed at this Oftce
"-c1Jrn t.dmittantc.Q4 fguad s ready I NOll or Boron vLtlteariites'mitytosraae; ,I catala'very tide puduiaic>s>. I

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J ,:" TWITGHBLL &,v A TSON, 1'UTIC'E, :' 'E\wt.e Be tt.rg)1t Y. X1WET& & Co. I l 13fc&treceived: audio? sue

\I HAVE just received by the ichoo- IS HEREBY GIVEN, CcMMISSIGA' MKRCU.1XTS. RECEIVED, per Schooner. fiD( ,

r ; Janet rJ"1 AT the following described NE- PtW.:start, .fc tposits Mr C rrn..r, HAVE from:>> Philadelphia, and bbls.family flour,

:. On Consignment, JL GROES were apprehended in \:\, ILL faithfully attend to any boT are now opening an extensive assortment 30 do. second quality do.
bbls.best
$:.> and offer for sale, at the store recently East Florida and brought to the Creek T sins entrusted to them. ofwhich 50 rye whisky,
Agency, by a detachment of Indian. They Atre far sate a gtntnlment a.srt. 10 do. gin,
occupied by Mr. Oliver CUrkt ;oppo3itc <
D ID 40 boxes Comstock's cider.
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Warriors, under the command of Cot tf
9
the house the
c c government on public
Il iI14mliIlr,. half breed Indian of Looking Glasses with 10 bbls. New York porter,
It V square)the following article t a ; their former stock will be
.1 Complete table crrlcct of glass and the Creek nation. Alt persons interested hard, ) found worthy the attention of those 5 do. rum,
1 do.
china ware; prime cogniac brandy, Jamaica are hereby notified to attend at Japasaed, ( > wishing to purchase. They offer for peppermint cordial,

'I / rum, Holland gin, tafiia and TMtr k-ttti, near tort ft/cAfft, on Tin It { 5Eartrxn > sale,for Cash or Cotton, 5 casks claret wine,
) P S kegs manufactured tobacco
whiskey bbls. of beef, mackerel, flour the fist Monday in Mvemlrr next, II ,
i I and corn; meal cases of old sherry and and prove their property, otherwise Shoat packages dark and light checked, 10,000 tbs. best green coffee,

Sicily madeira wines souchong and they will be sold fur: the benefit of the Bryshrt, of all kinds jWrhdtar black and white,striped and fancy S hh'ds. sugar,
; and Brown Soap Prints; A quantity of LEATHER, suitable
;
l hyson skin teas; bbls. of common and of captors. JOHN CROWELL, I Crackm; I do corded and pink Jackonets, a for shoe makers..
mixed sacks of salt, cases
boots and sears shoes assorted garden seeds .ffttS 1',41.it jf/atr*. Loaf Sugar ; new and elegant article; I JNO. k JOS. C. KEYSER.
; ;
1 do | sattin hair Sept. 29.-3t.VK&tiAX. .
cord and
I a complete assortment of macconbau, Aug. 29th, 1821. Brandy; stripe ,
SnuOaAd Shaving Boars; checked Cambrics; A3CU 8AJJ\ -
rappee tic Scotch snuff in uses, bbl DESCRIPTION. ;
of black silk Combs of every description } t do 4 sattin stripe and checked pink. ... ...! ti.e
kegs and bottics; cases Height. Former owner, blue and lilac ** i br IchoonerAthe
casnimcrc and marscille vests; boxesof Name..Age. and former re Plaviflg Cards ; 1 do Ginghams; II nian, Capt. Medina, aft .JJU;.....
soap; 12 by 10 and 10 by 8 uinduw ft. k in. sidence.1'aapaal. I..dtn''rit n Wrapping:paper superfine Seersuckers, newest to their former assortment--and offer

glass, wine bottles in hampers; kegs of .. 51.cc And other articles which will be sold patterns ; for sale the following articles, low for
1 mustard; Smith's dagun ploughs; sad..'; II t or S. S I I A1IJUUne. on mole rate tfrms. Attaint: UtfJu 2 dot k | super Steam Loom Shir cash:

dies, bridles and valtcccs; a small assortment John 55 3 9 do \\\\ l:". l\\\t\\ Sler & Co. do tings; Mens fine and coarse Shoes,

of muslins, eamtmtks, era- Hector jr 18 S 10 do OJtJruilI' to .1t.,,.,. Garakr it J1auAtAya' 2 1 do colored f Irish Linens k black, assorted.Canton Boys do do do.Shelmcrdine's .
I rats, kc. blank books of descrip of Hector Crapes; best Beaver Hats,
every I'attf'ir ,> do .Itatl" Stow, 1 do black Senshaws and Sarsnetts
,'), tion; bills of lading; quills, pounces, sen. 40 S 5 J for site the following arts 1 do India Levantines assorted. ; Brewster's do do.

pocket glasses, &<;. Also,an excellent and three children, OBa, Queen andS HAVE tit 5 do domestic do Imitation do do.

q r- QUADRANT and a convenient. family 1
do
COOKING STO f 1i. Tyrah 22 S 2' do do mackerel and beans Stripes k Chambrays White and Mixed Socks,
; 1 do low India Muslins
r't T. &. W. offer their services. to the and one child do whisky k N. Orleans moUsse; 1 do Bombazetts priced assorted.' ; A complete assortment of. Clothing,

public as Hannah 2* s" do do sperm ani lamp oil ; do t *. White S'reetingi,
3 |, , at.1 Rose Blankets
Brokers and General Commission Cotton Bagging, .
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and children
Shij two Boxes
cider pen awl>> claret wine; 1 do Osnaburg*-1 cotton Bagging

Merchant Jeffrey 36 S 18 1Robt. Gilbert do Cherry braidy and sweet oil ; 1 do London; Pins, Nos. 4, 4j k S. Broutm's qualities superior, Strops, assorted-

tIGfThey will pay particular attention do sperm canlles and chocolate; I do Umbrellas greenbluekcrimson;
I, to the sale ofCOU.YTRY Frederick 27 5 7 do do srgars and tests of boxes ; 6 do g gentlemens'a fine and imitation Makses'do. Liquors,k Lime Juice,

PRODUCE. Job 21 S 7 do do mustard, rote and peppermint Beaver and boys Hats Real Havana Cigars, (warranted)
; Mixed, do do

r _Pctlsar.Cl1a_ ,_Sept. 15-tf ._ .Mag 30. s 2 J Sw-HarveySt John's river. cordials; 1 do mock shell, high k side Combs Common do do .
do garden seeds and rah hooks all 1
Superfine blue and black, second and
OFFER professional srrvtcsras John Lol\onc1o. Imperial Tea,
I my Nancy 40 S 2 sites; low
Cloths
an Attorney .and Counsellor at and three children(l.oftolllinre dead) Bales If hops and tobacco; priced bandana tComp."nr Young Hyson, and Hyson Skin, do
and real
Law : my office is near A. Colins) Ho now the property of Hartley Batter and Cheese ; flag, ,madras Porter and Claret Bottles/

{ tel. I shall attend the courts in MoUUr, John Addiso n A general assortncnt of shoes Jte.Pmsacoia handkerchiefs* ; Claret by the Cask,

I Blakely, Fort, Claiborne .and Con cuta I Ii It Hilly 4S S > l StAugustinedo e .\111:111Iftf black Silk,do.Imitation .crossbarred and 1 damask Ohio and Kentucky Whisky,
'

.i in 1 the am state about of to Alabama.prepare a Digest of Nancy 25 25 oS 5 6 dodo J 0 ii > O A"1TN IB it madras k printed Cotton,do. Sweet London Almonds Porter,,by the dozen,

# the Laws of the State of Alabama, Diana 13 410 do HAS I* STOKC tort salt, White and colored bordered Cravat- Blake and Jjmsou': best Soap,

which ire now in forc_ ltv.|....4. J*.. t.cwts .a 2 IU CO Cnrrlae liranelyiIlolInd Urttunias } George Jackson k Co's. No. and U
wnich will be shortly circulated. Mary 35 S do and American Gin ; German checks; Candles,

JOHN JI. CHAPLIN and two children, Flora 10 )earl and Old Whisky; 4 Linen and Cotton,do ; A small assortment of Patent Medi.

I Pensacola, Aug. 18-tf Hanoi 1 )'f'atlold. Whit Wine Vinegar ; Italian and sewing Silks ; cine, very fresh-can be hart very low.
Bottled Cider and London Italian colored Sarsnet and
Peter
C7Thc:: Editors. of the C&hawba, Hannah 46. i" do' ; Crapes; Stoughton's Stomachic Bitters,
Porter in barrels Cambrics
r Huntsville aid Fort Claiborne papers mother of,Mary ; Craped s Bateman's Drops,
Frenca Tickles Black and white Silk lace Shawls!
.l are requested to insert liie above three: George 65 5 10 do ; ; Turlington Balsam,

V times, and forward their bills to tins Cato :7.s 8 Don Santo, do PhUakJphia Soap ; Ladies white Cotton Hose; Opadeldoc, .
SiJbd Oil Leno and book Muslins
I office. Joan 25 5 7 Stipaaosi do Long-Dork Claret; Gill coat Buttons; British Oil,
Prime Baron Hams Patent linen Threads, Tapes, Cotton
; Cordial
Godfrey's
Al Hector 50 5 7 do ,
O\ice. rfH V Don t.e.ii.l / Northern Oats in barrels ; Balls,ke. !tc. Essence of Peppermint.PESCAY.

Rosa ::1.s 4 J''llIuola Fresh Hay ; I case plated candlesticks, casters &-SAJAS.lIats .

Mackerel in barrels ; and bottle coasters ; I do. Lead in bars; scoured and dressed
the
a's u
Price
1 r HE subscriber presents his yes; : 10 P. M'Qurcn
Hear) Cotton Bagging. I 1 do. Shot in bags, all sizes ; 15 kegs shortest notice and in the
Jl_ peels to the inhabitants of Pen-] Jim .co.s 7 nicbAht Augustine neatest man
white and red Lead in Oil
tf
IS ground 10
I z4 cola and its vicinity knd tenders hi* formerly of the estate of Gen. _August ; ner.
{ : LAW HOOKS &C.BROVN'S do. Nails, 4d to god ; 13 M. Dutc.hQl&iIIs Pensacola Sept. 29-3t.T .
t services in his profession til Still'} or I If Washington. .
5O boxes English Crown Glass
,
fiJAT BUILDER, and in all its SCxllatirrAa. Civil Law ;
.5'
f *. John 39 10 8 by 10, 10 by 12, and 12 by 14; 10 cases !
rious branches and his l
hopes by anti gta\tanc. Chancery, ...
Glassware, decanters j
goblets
I dious attention to business and his utmost John 29 5 11 Sulama, do Phiip's Evidence, LI z
t Charles 22 5 7 do wines Tumblers. Salts, kc. 13 crates: .
y cndcators to please, to merit only King lry a Reports.
Liverpool containing a general \\. G"Elt1\\S\\
J such patronage .* an experiment: '\.adonda. 2 Setts American Speeches, 2tr. !
1 Charles 35 5 10 \ :assortment 80 bands -
knowledge will deser vc. JIa\'anu&. Phillips Recollection Currant, Philadelphia Ab. 2, Market Strrett
5 casks Lon-
whiskey
He has built in almost all parts of ih c..., u..... 11 a Phillips' ,, rye ; qr. superior CORNtR MARKET AND WATER smart
I u c c e aia'btt din particular Mad,... Winr, imported
.sapoteon HAS FOR SALE
United States, and bus given general t ( .Memoirs 01 in IBIS 2 do. London ,
satisfaction ; and has visited tint place Chillis .o.s 6 CapUChaldais, 1 Stouorrrukl..s.or1s., Teneriffe ;7 do. particular A: GENERAL ASSORTMENT Of

veil recommended, and Lopes to become Tanipa-b.y{ and child Christi's Late.u in Canada, boxes do.; 13 superior' Claret Wine; Ladies Kid and Morocco, and Children ; -
old
useful-!and at all times will IK L; SChristophcr, Sett Goldsmith's Works, 5v.Brrckenridge demijohns superior Boots and Shoes.
tart 30 .S 6 Cogniae Brandy 15 barrels cider 2
happy to serve those who will be so l Augustine '*South America,21'. boxes No. 1 Chocolate; ; Gentlemen's fine Boots and Shoes.

good as to favor him with their cut. Tuba SODcnasa S 4 Spams deserter Hvmboldt's New Spain, Oil 40 barrel New ; 7 cases Rum Sweet Boys fine and common- Boots and

1, ougusrlna2i oS 6 an African,owner Breckenridge's History of the war, hhds; brown Hanava England ; 20 shoes.
tomVith I obedient ", unknown. Bancroft's Life Sugars ; 3 boxes Gentlemen's fine and
respect, am your t Washington. white do. common clothing '
servant, JOHN S. WILSON Manuel 36".5 10 Spanish deserter Gillie's} Greece, 4r. 15 bags green do. Coffee ; 9
hales fresh
J Pensacola, Sept. -if ()111 tier unknown.do . : Newman's Spanish Diettenary 60 sacks of Oats. Philadelphia Hay ; 150 Fine Linen and common shirts.
-
P. S. He is desirous of entering into > ,ACabaa S from St. 2v. Hats and Cloth Brushes.
S 6 AND ON CONSIGNMENT
copartnership with some gentleman of : $ l: Marks. Do. Barrttte's do. do. Genuine Japan Blacking.

some capital, or. t<* form a company tf, Peter 2. .s 10 do Atlas AM Which ht offers cllt /for Cash

carry on the businf ss. He also will establish Valentine S 6. dos Chalmers Discourses, Invoice of Furniture, 'Vi"L Pensacola, Sept. 29-tf.:

a Blacksmith Shop, Si* there i William '"S 7 do BlUes I sett Dining Tables ; I mahogony KOUK'ttT"QOtfK! LOST.K7 .

a gentleman who came on to this pan \vm.Johnson Frrnch and Spanish Testaments, Wardrobe ; 7 Sideboards ; 6 Bureaus ; '

of the country with him, who is equalto Charlcs36. s 1 |?;. 'rotidenceHoicks fcc kc. kc. ALSO, 12 fashionable card and work Tables from LOST ORV AS STOLEN-

any in his prof-e<(ron, and Mill It cthanVful E. M. POM IRO.tS"IBT.Il.1C 7 work stands; 2 Secretaries ; 15 large me at the Theatre, on Tuesday
8' all for their' Slpsa :JO.s 9 R.ISOK night, the 23th instant, a Black Morocco
1{ # to . patronage.Tlf ; STRAPS and single frii'd Bedsteads; 3 curled
I ':"rus 27S a doShSchn Ackno. be fu POCKET BOOK, containing about
ledgrd '
to superior to any Maple, do. 6 high do.
'
l.ic 1,i, \ \\ \;\l. Xc4 50 S 6 Barnard ever:&eforc!>> used in our country, for ALSO An invoice post of first quality sixty dollars, in notes of the Bank of

SAncy'8 Folemma tan In sale, low for cash,by PHILADELPHIA CORDAGE, 50 Louisiana, and four dollars in silver. I

v dian) and two children.N. Aag;. 85-if W. OAVISOX.Sc coils Rop; all sizes, and Spun Yam, will give twenty dollars for the Pocket
II. The information Book, if delivered to the Editors of the
respecting
deep sea lines, hand nes, log k
'Y C\\t grum-
the owners and their place of residence VoaUr, mil lines Floridian; or any information that will
subscriber would twine various kinds, halters,
respectfully was obtained from the commenced business in lead to its recovery will be gratefully:
negroes.Aug. HAVING lines lines ke.
w, \'C public: notice thai he has o I plough ,fishing ; kc.
received. There .f
the above 22 j-3t-c: C. P. tender their services 1 3--tf arc, also, papers
named September
pined house on the --
b1 asg corral importance in said Pocket Book;

1 public accommodations quarcopposite for gentlemen the theatre.and His ladies rV\\c\\\\\ & \SruUmtfHA Comrot Ion Merchant. DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c among which is a Will, a Receipt from

VI NT. established thcroselVei They will make liberal advances Capt. C. Root, fora gl50 &c. &c.
he hopes will be thought desirable, atPensacota on consignments TrltVA & a\() \\n, WILLIAM HUNTER.
though not extensive. He has a goodat.ble tender their Ifr"iuJ when required and assure
y. and feed for horses at hay or to the public for the transaction those who may be p eased to honor them mlBID
r grass-Also a good BATH HOUSE;, of with their confidence, that strict punctuality (jSa
.', 1. 3. Canal Street
f General Commltsion will be obMrved and ,
HiMineM. ,
where either hot or cold baths may betaken every exertion
t- at any time. Those who favor them with consign- used for their ine fCtL* NEW-ORLEANS 41D bbls. crime Herrintrs, this fear's

He will have an elegant ten pin alley mentsnuy rest assured that creqr effort incr HAVE*ow row S4ue HAVE constantly on hand,a general run,may be had on early application.
nt of DRUGS k MEDICINES M'ELWEE 2c FERGUSON.
:-- completed in three days. ______ __ will exerted to promote their in. 3)2) Ms. Wbisly; PAINTS k PAINT OIL. August: 19. _
t. HA Hi WAV.Pensacola terest. "
5O fim'th floor direct from the
:>>
Sept. 8-tf N. B. Tltt"fill pay particular attrn- Mills; I New-Orleans, Sept. 22.-6t Valuable: Property For Sale.

office. JOHN II. CHAPLIN, tion to the disposal of COTTON, and 65 mess and prime Pork THOMAS .1: D'El\5 t' THE subscriber offers for sale and at

Sept. 8-tf Jftc.Sor the proprietor* other country produce.akrtacscrs. 2S 6& K Ie '.. Btcr; accommodating prices, the

30 w Sha OFFERS FOR SALE, following LOTS : Nos. 342,34J, 344,

JOHN C. CRAWFORD & Co. Messrs. Jacob Peabody k Co. Boston. 10 kegs Lard: ;; 1500 lb. Havana Green Coffee, 345, 346, 347, 327, 328, 535, 336, 337.

HAVE arrived from New: York Samuel Marsh, Esq. Nrw-Votk. lo boxes c.d Fish; SO barrels new Baltimore Flour, ALSO Two very agreeably situated

a fresh supply of SHOES, among Leonard Janis, Esq. Baltimore. s Hhds. Sjgsr } ISO Barrels Corn, GJRDEJVLOTS,Nos.51 and.53-.105

\ which are Messrs. Stokes k Smith, Petersburg' 1 Barrels Porter; 30 Bundles Hudson Hay, in prime feet front each,and 170 feet depth, ty

j Gentlemens Morocco, fine and coarse Virginia Aug. 18.-ifIV. 20 Boxes Lemon Sirup f'Chting order. ing south from the spring. For terras

BOOTS; Tobacco 25,000 feet assorted and well seasoned and conditions apply to .

t .Ladies' kid Boots and Slips, Morocco Y.TS l.'K.X \, 2 Hhdf. Hams. ; Lumber, P. ALBA.

ct and leather; now receiving in the store, corner 10 Hhds. Molasses ; 180O Ib Castings, consisting of Pots, Pensacola Sept. 8tfSQUARE
E Misses and Children do. Palafox and Intcndanl streets directly Skillets, kc.
S Tierces Claret Wine CUMBER:
o-J Together with Shoes of all descrip opposite the governor's ; Porter and Cider in Barrets
quarters Com hay Fodder and 0.1
-, Lions, for sale opposite John Garnicr'sauction SIXTY PACKAGES O:? --Ho.sehod] furniture, consisting of BV KBTAIL, [ timber all descriptions;

::1 store. Pcnsacola, Sept. 1. tfA. JKHZ2UKIJZJ, CUTLKRY ./ tables, bedsteads, ke. FAMILY AND SHIP STORES. Pickets iShingles

Jihmore't JAPAti VARNISH, &IDDLERYJRYGOODS IOC/XX Shingles (joniper) expect For the present current bills will be: !te.

w For ladies and gentlemens shoes, harness ed in a day or two. taken at par, and five percent,premium For Sale, by the subscriber.

I trunks, Sec.will shine without polishing comprising.pmrral assortment SOW lb.. Dacca allowed on payments over three dollars R. CLAFPPcnsacola -

F -Likewise, ALSO 50,100 fu tamber.OHers in Silver,American Gold New: Orleans Aug. 35-tfRESOLVED

BLACKING, :35 kegs Virginia chewing tobacco; for particular dimensions,for and United States Bank Bills
For Gentlemens boot and shoes. 60 sets tea china,.fiDe and low That the city COil
priced warded to Mi(Bins and other mills to be Pensacola, Sept.23- St. hi
the third Tuesday
._ .
a' 10 mabogony add slain'd wood bedsteads savei.
f. NOTICE. ; JOHN GARNIER, October next proceed to the electionof

TTN consequence of the death of S. D. A small Invoice JEWELRY.All T\u, Cxxslomloi&tt AUCTIONEER k COMMISSION a City Surveyor, and that notict
I: Ji. Hutching, the of thee which thereof be given in the Floridian requesting
prosecution will be of !
a disposed at reduced fc r the preseat opened at the residence MERCHANT
theirrs*
candidates
Auction and Commission business devolves IS to present
prices. of the deputy Collector, on his services for the sale of before
commendations the
the subscriber who tendershis If. to Mayor
on F. M'KENNA will attend OFFERS
the left of

the
I particularly extreme public ,
services I square Country produce, that day.
accordingly. to any Commhilon. Elul nea., rooting the harbour. Hours from 9 Real and Personal estate. JOHN MILLER?
JOHN
GARNIER. entrusted to him.Pensacoli. -
A. M. to 2 P. MPensacola* K. B. Goods stored. C. C. CoIICtil'K
Peasacola,Aug. :25 1821.. ti.r '
September I5/- 3t
r Stpt. t-tl Ptauoola, Aug. II-tf City Council Pensacola, Sept. 2:.


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