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 15, 1821
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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rttllutED 1\"F.t.kLT necessity. Kever let it be .
'co.'uitablt., TUXSTALL POETRY forgotten ted and mocked mankind .
& by pretending studied. His
KY NICHOLAS that he was chosen first consul for lit great conversational tact, I
annum in ad"anC'c-ir the an eternal right in himself and his in using his knowledge to the best advantage .
t s; per .: favorite distinction only used for the sake of
Dialogue on the draft successors 4'
within the first / to trample them under his
: has
not paid quar ; excited the admiration of .
S an Ronr.RT Bmxs the republican appearances And known to feet
Port because
: he
lie '
Continue an all
who .
be rcqUJnd
Cq trill all emperor. ever convened with him. Mu!
i mean king, over
tcr Europe, Uy < ,
: lure ftf s i1)option at the,discretion Ah! what is there ill 1l4c'u speak .votes of the French people" at Urge.. be always often a respect for liberty,though let the celebrated historian of Switzerland ,
SERe flf thr. Editors, up to the discharge Robin Cray The question jra submitted to then in so forgot it in his greater eagerness giving an account of an audience
ftf ,U :rrcaragcs.L1T That city lime boncu pluck'd oVr the pow fr. He never laid claim with the French emperor,says : quite
: thy separate department; all vwed to A/rr.. but
_. _. acknowledged himself
iA7"ciAthe =- -- ---- -- -- brow? that look an interest, in the affirmttive in hi moments impartially and truly as before God, I
or LITTERS, Oh +ud ncmsl have trail-" or and proudest sovereign j y must say, that the variety of his know '
negative the
; result war, his Me ft",rtf.fi.". tf tie tmfitrt" lie .
"**:&:- i ,, i1flllGM 1'oat G1rcr,1'et;4ocok. Raby Burns, man, is dead election by more than 3300,000 tricesasra.Mti.I74 ledge,the acuteness of his observations,
.u not vindictive his
id : f"'. Ocr'strr, vhictt, \J net ta- And ; long military the: solidity of his .
offer ,. for the plowman weeps over his blow, Can the hnv* of Hctovrr rule understanding, not
'low forts '4f. orf uoif/lfll tl.rr' .tW7flrr, 0111 br \-t'I1.a-day. say as much for their succession to the could was be never sullied by any act which dazzling wit his grand and comprehensite ::
,off ta ,lit General J'ost'OJce atW throne of the Statn f compared in infamy with the ,views filled me with astonishment, .
| lltr.-T"D.t' marked thut,- Is he gone then for aye and for ayeRobin Napotaa 110lputt' imprisonment of the unfortunateTrcnrk and bit manner of speaking tome, ";
,.fftrftfrtont in the army, f that, t Gray ? of was the not French only the rlcttrd otereign by the Prussian Frederick, whom the .with love for him. A couple of mar- .. .a
fsr ttee in the IZatty.Alrx.nt4erso1l.Thos.. No more shall tic list to his song! people he was legitimate:: abuser cf Napoleon call shall,. and,alto the duke of Benevento,
acknowledged that *
j. Anderson; Oh ho! cold.a clod hit capacity by all the GrtttS The great fault of his had entered in the mean time; he did "
mctnir An first
fwurth regiment of artillery Undcrnaath a sod, consul, the at- carter, as a leader of a nt'wand revo not break oft After five .
'. w. Militant green lies, including quarter, oran fJ
England,made the
John \111, 'L dward II. Alexander I'oor Robin the 'se lain all along, of Amieni with him.1 treaty lutionary period was, that instead ol hour aad a half, he allowed the concert -. ...
\hbott.lIiram Adams Nath I Wetl-a-day. emperor, looking forward he looked backward, to begin ; and I know not,whether
Iht/s.$ the continental sotereirn .
not colt often and became
| 2 Noah Allen in instead of an accidently or from goodness desired
Alta 2.
thing, anil. !0; _H.Jacob! Burton* William M* Brown, I Adieu then, life Forest and Hill, bowed acknowledged the earth, but JftterrJ and ,original. 1U evidently had the glo pieces,, which, one of them especially,
to before him and ties of former
I Robin Cray axe>strongly in his view had reference
(i. IbrrIoscs Bennett, Jo .cphBenjamin ; to a pastoral life and the
And farewell country, at least, negotiated with and
the Forest and Grove ; was to be great conqueror not Swiss. After this he bowed
Brown Arthur in a
sorted Iuuw4r; the Forest him for peace. Wheace then arose because the tints
-Alexander Burns, William Why and Hill wanted AM. but because friendly manner, and left the room. ,,' .
B'din. And the Valleys ring still, our right to treat him as an offender amenable -I there are tiedalt and statues in Since the audience with .
Bowie Frederick
Juice Barnett *I 1 G.; 1111"Bl, I..kc, Bctesthuen1Jstun Still echo his Ditties of Lore, to tilt When by a marvel! the world,and knasties: were founded 1T82, 1 never had a conversation, on in l
ed) lous succession of ill fortune he fell
uiuiuun Bounds, (;. Drun, .. Brunot. Wcll-a-day. from his j by Czsu. In tee height of his pros. such a variety of subjects least with ., .
loneriag height,and left for- he .
pertly %as a .
Charlemagne anotheremperor "i
C-Uccrge Cushing, Manning Carp The sad sound of Echo I'll shun his ; any princes if I can judge correctly -
tier post at the head of the !'Knd.'KUu.mmtht. of the ** and .
test in his adtrrMiy from
'James Coates H. W.or recollection, I must the
,' 3: Henry Robin give emperor
Gray :: He became t
a private indi- he the ..
"I). L: Clam h J. 13.t'aita forgo prince regent ol the preference in point of
2 2
, dodd ..kvnn ; ; Its dying moans lire on mini d ; %ideal, and we had no more ritjht to in- Encfend so far as to talk to him ol and solidity J
.F. Curtis; William Collins comprehension:: Frederick '
fJ. Can you then as you roamrrom tifcre with his personal freedom than Tf1nbtwlct.nd was :..
Mi<:ajah Crupper: *J. N. Chambers, your Forefather hom<< 'I with that of marshal &+rit,or any other I/omance even in this which jet there art him was a is somewhat in his Voltarian. Besides, there '
I L. Crawlej: *, John Campbell, Benj.tumn Leave a- tone much firmness and vigor; ':
. ; }L. : your fitrcfathcr's feelings behind, of the military men who equally, boreal! ordinary conquerors. He had but in his mouth
\\ Imam Carr. something as attrac
nis, Well-a-dar? !sought to crush u*. Some adianaganrcrrtehts the veil
canting poetry, a% as the of the tire and
prose fascinating in
D-.\. L. Duncan 4; J. E. Dinkins, i as It ,
iUaMy, A. J. Donaldson, 'John Still the Rhck-bird trill sing on the !I : talked of his errtihhtjranny military art about him. JU would never was one of the most remarkable days

la U.vtnport, Ritlmid Dvlnf 3t.\VUUamDou.ma't"t Thorn Robin bray*, ; his unjust a"U"1,'* inSpain I hate sunk into a mere lounger and in my life. By his genius and his dis
Patrick And the Lark warty carol : an/1 elsewhere. nutbrn', weprititrite man of pleasure, or stood behind another interested goodness: he has also .
; Dcaly. on tiijgh ..... 'M .w pt.t.t -. ,... tft\rardOiQf' conquered t
But the roof swain comtnon-place man with a goldstick "
L-Laud '. lowly of '( me.
.1l'di.low ourselves
> setting : U| as eosmopoiile I in hi* hand.
G. Forbes 3 John Fitzimmons As he scatters the grain,
1J. ; censor' By what rifJit did J| In person. Bonaparte, like most of PENSACOLA.
Will chauut RORI, with
. A. II- Freeman, James Frazer, Dunald hong a sigh the British tivte
government con+ the great men who have rut a figure in
Ki!,iier, 'J. K. Few\\ick 6; -\ C. W. \\"eU.ad.r.Sarti elf a tribual to judge and puiith it'I'I!!I!attire lifr.wa below: the middle height; DOCUMENTS,
Y.nningJolin rife 2; John Forbes. ), lie, on his Bosom, the turf, the: last rrsort delinquent mourchs? i|i and in the rally part of hi* life was very In the tate of Col. Cailava, continued.No. .
1'aul H. Gcrrish 'James
0- Gads Robin Gray, Could it by any reasoning bar made thn. His person was well turned, ( VII.) .
c1I2; Jamcs M.*Glassell. A. R. Gayle, Rest hi* Ashesunminglrd and pure; out a t him tn that office, was k just or- broad in the shoulders,and till he grew Office tf the Executive tf Florida*
D au$ jiormun, J. ). Graham, Thos. May the Tomb of his Urn oVrent to make a victim of acv, :a man fat very elegant: downwards. The late Pensacola,Aug. 27, 1821. _
M. Gibton.U .
Gilliam, Caledonia adorn of unqu' iioned talent and jyratnrx Mr. West told us that he had never It being made known to me, by the
-Mrs. A. 1::. Harmun J; Richmond And his much lured remains trt MT of oil> and at the same mo tnt to seen a handsomer leg. awl thigh; and report of col. George alton,secretary "

". P. uug.ics, Garret Hollenbeck 2; Pen- cure, IVr11.a.ay.BUONAPAII'I'E. compliment and make alliancesn ith all the first consul knew it, for he liked to of West Florida, H. M. Brackinridge,
the dktun l1"d, E.. H. lIin hington.n the worse mauls, and maud In hvno- dress tn tight fair-colored breeches and alcalde for the city of Pensacola, and
lanI Heat..,'W.b. llaruey 2; Jno. Hull, ----- [crate and the base violatemf tacitword' white silk stockings. His head was: col. John Miller, clerk of the court for

bu&iel lUtan, K.chd. A. Hargis, Jas. | Or did these moral Qdxotes k somewhat too large for his body, b tlintIf the county of Escambia,duly authori

l). 11 annum _; John llose, John Hop J'rorx the Lett dm Lxaminer, July 2.DIATII j immaculate judges only profe&to "do '! cut, as w!' may all see in his medal sed and appointed by me, to make a
- Itt .hatd lIkfconJ. D. \
I \ itaydui XftroLKG IteevAriiiTcu \Jt r" upon one sinner **apinst the *. It looks like one of the handsomest demand of and receive the following
1 & J-t uncan N. ingrJam'Ma.' or j[I spirit uf the age"-and that ate a f teiKrhv Roman ..m C'ft'n.' His free is documents and archives, claimed to
tin w Israel J; John Inn rarity 8; John The has lost its !Ii. ? 'I
: age gtrakft :: : I Italian, with an live complexion, a appertain or belong to the fonowing-
.. J.rntcu2; James Johiistone, Charles .\'// lettn Ittvnafiartf, hut nlmt'.1 j I As a Mridirr, Ms military erect' has forehead of genius and a mouth and penons, as evidence of their real and

J4 lit'. most powerful and splendid ..f mo* nrtrr been tpa, ed in Irilliancy.j chin of resolute beauty. personal rights, which are guaranteedto
t Samuel Knpp,John Rives Thorn. ncrrhs has expired ..n m little rock in Quick, active decisive, he utter paus- Napoleon was of a warm temperament them by and under the 2nd. article i

T9.OF. .*. Keller.J. . the middle of the Atlantic* ocean. He ed' in the vigorous and pere ering ex- ; generous, and affectionate. He of the late treaty with Sp iu,and which
huinas Lawson, James Law. :: has died of a Httgrrtttg ir.*, the con. (locution of the plan which nit genius was beloved by those about his person, is represented to be in tbe possession
Ttut, John M. Lung, Danl. Lu k ''
Roy of coiCnemrnt and had rli 'prompted him
4iiencc to undertake Heintro- and was happy in both his marriages, of Sousa who that
a*. <.o. Joim Lanier, Jas. Lockhart. !|I tuner He ha died in solitude* in Uteri I i-i.*.4 ....*....:,|.....,wi .urcevfBljntxjeL'or though. the first was a connexion of these Domingo have been, placed states in, his:

M-James! %icm..l.' Henry Madox, dreadful calm of his distant prison '' conquest, by sinking immediately cI love tne seiomi vr *.....*..,-. kt*> ..*.*t*>p papers the fate of
M;: M'Manners: Jolm J. \lathcw.: hut out from his family; from his I|I at the centre of attnies and countries i proof can adduced of the devoted ch.arv.ndrare by.tu.e \. governor.,.. __ _

nd I us.11. Mitchell, John Murphy,John friends, from the xrnes of his immor-y(and he was Enally overthrown both as attachment of Josephine.lhan the pleasure is to say, first, the documents relatingto
V.orc, I:. Muntg'incry, Icier Mickel!, tal caner of glory, from treys thing'general and sovereign, not because his she received from his visits after the estate of Nichola Maria Vidal ;

'h- S u.v,1 i :Mjeis :; "U'. It. Maun" ,JzincsiJkit tHiich could supply association arm individual antagonist was greater, but she had been put aside for her bus- second the documents in the proceed. .

\ : l'Ui..lilr, Ulysses IMunn,, sation to the dreary void of his naiu- :because the very physical remains of bands mistaken views political man ings of Carlos de Ville, and Eugene

teo. M'Pherbon, ;J'JhnIa'hc\\, Wm.Mt rally attire mind The animal Mho .'W English liberty were greater, and agement. He took some pride apparently Sierras third, the documents in the

'\. Ij-vi .tl':eat, Michael B. Mil tI umWm Mil once mafrT<
Ir. I! and all the n\tltpirntJr legitimacy,will than all. Ic| ttOunH'd, in an eminent indeed it was by! far the most brilliant Ville .fourth, documents in the proceedings -
N-S. Norris, John E. Newton 2; i 1 doubtless rhuckle oter the melancholy ...degrvr. the great art of estimating and I in Europe: but the greatest part of its in the case of Peter Guilkes

,; Jul.n. Nicks. !I' *S- New'ton. 1(I end of the man wht" *r jrrniu abashed ,working upon>> the characters his adversaries lustre was derived from the residence against Thomas Villareca. Col. Robert

U- Bcntl}' Outlaw. |I them even when in his remote prison ; and the still r art of of men of letters: and taste, and the un- Butler, of the army of the United i
f.V P-11. It. Parker, II.: D. Pure, ....' but there arc heart on white the new s'''gaining the affections obis soldiers lon-of act with magnificence. The ladies States, and col. John Miller clerk of

r,,u T. W. U. 1 l-ijton: I; I'pter Ilorter,1' of his death strikes like a heavy Wow. who were always passionately fond of of his court were particularly the the county of Escambia, are hereby

r -)1.1.. Payne, *Uuid1.. PortcHIm. ; l ll1 He was faraway from our ryes and oar, him, and who at this day adore his warm admirers of their brate and hand- commanded, forthwith to proceed and

;. Pope, Lcititi: aid Peacock 2; 'Benj. thoughts; but we felt a pervading coa- memory.As (Ii some sovereign On his return to Paris !title the body of the said Domingo

a K. iut eitktnes:J. t j iduUinf"1I that bellied,and something a prince and a conqueror, bit from Elba, when he was borne up Sousa, together with the said papers,

ICI Rambo,."James Huvvrll; of a feeling that he might 'fain appraramonu master pa"H.h..at a restless ambition the stairs of the Thuiteries on the bring him and them before me, at my
t R,,'t..n1 Handall. tC:.:pt. llte: ,, *Jienry ", arts soldier, 'JI'ill UMr<|...Utd.al the impetuous tide which bore him i sHonMer of the enthusiastic crowd, office immediately: to the end that he

t HotkinjjIjaMgn, fj. Han'aRe. a man, taught wiwlora by t"SJ'f'ri- onward to Ms ends through; many si-- *just freed from the galling yoke of the there and then answer such interrogatories

e S-Ann SutleWm..SanfurdlamesSttal1uruerStarke -nce 1 That con* iM*i rrt and that i nl .arts of justice and vrefatte. W e contemptible grirnirg monkeys who as may be_put _to him, and to
r Joseph>> hohnciuei feeling are torn away h l y this event i and shall not dwell upon them there bas 'swarmed tn with the- restored legitimates comply with such order and decree,
!" .J; Luciu* blorru 2-t \\ illiam Sj.enectn. wr rannot hut be sensible fthe hock. 'h eels plenty of (racy hatred, and all I he was met by some of his for'mercompanions touching the said documents and records

r ,\ U. Simms, Percival F. Smith 2,] What aborc all mutt the 1'mgisa{ 'unrharitabietir*** to ting tbe change! :; ; and one lady fell upon as the rights of the individuals,

Turiell Simpson, Edward Simms, pf'jJ)1c feel on this ocr %i-, wrfe hate on his worn>> deeds; and abundance of his meek in tears. secured to them by and under the second .
J,.a'.ja Stetton Anthony B. Shelby" been made by their frnvertMnent the nominal 'those feeling we find, survive the ob I Ills manners are said to have been article of the treaty with Spain,

U. I..... Sub;,. i humas Shields 2; 1'0."n. gaolers of thin rxttmordiuary j jrcttwat partkiilarly roused thentvNeither hasty and irritable when encountering concluded at the city of Washington;

.. Sl>rkfm tnl.1Scabn: \ 2J.. man He ha died in theirmvtody ; i hH we indulge in uselessly dullness or opposition ; but pleasant the 22d day of February, 1319, and rat-
+,"it"', ok, 2, .U. 1. : and tie government thaiout era St. le- i rrptti..c the-good he/dilr !to do, or i p I toward those with whom he was familiar ified on the corresponding day of 1321, _

Sings.Alatlrcw bcottJ. bumtliijg, G.Skeat. : lena one with Napolron pt+rv lulls a c. in' rrproaching" him with the want of ; and he would be familiar with may require, and the justice of their

w 'i iT :tier habits and tendencies to dirar 'modrratiott: itdom. Ourbutinest" many. He knew how to pay polite cases may demand. Given under my ,
-James Tully, John IJ. Triplet; ; roi MHurnt upon necessary inaction, i i* with the illustrious*soldier%hew a*, compliments toM intelligent, and towin hand at Pensacola, this :22nd day.(

Ep'Maim own Thomas Thrift.C must have known that in all trobability not a* IH- might have ,,"without his his soldiers by tricks of fellowship.Mr. ..August, 1321.

-\\111. Underwood.V : thry thru doomed him it '. liitgrrtmgdeath defect Isis character wa spoilt, orset HobUou, in the parade after he .\ DREJ.CKSOS,
-Charles: \ olr, *.J..JIJo.. J JBritUh leant not slanted to the purposes" of came from Elba, saw him give :a good Conrnorortrl Floridas, Sec.&c. See.

seph Vidal. annals have been trained by I freedom,by a military education. The hearty smack on the cheek of an officer, i

\\Henry I. 'hcderiIIiam W.Whitehcad many a dark spot ; in late sears our bourbons brought; him up at one of who went away rubbing it and looking (No. VIII.)

2; John I.ee'illiam... 2; domestic history has exhibited dm-r t their tnilitaiy schools, where his head very happy. Thus he pinched the /Ynjaco/a, Jugutt 22, 1821. .
B' ij. J. \Villard.lad.nlf" Henry \' .iI.son foul and desperate deed; but inter wa Sited with !tsar and .Alexander th t'kand pulled the ears of the British We have the honor to report, that we '

David Wright Nathl. Whitson 2; was an attmore "att+*.tty disgraceful{ and then complain of him for his ambition officer on board ship, who turned proceeded to the houseof the within
!, Williams, Edward WUliims than the banishment Napoleon to SL '1 1Helena. that is to say the legitimate out to be opposed to him aboard. Asa named Domingo Sousa,and found that

Na.thla.nVare, ''\'imam.iI. He was merry accountable to<'i monarch will leton be at ambitious sovereign allOt we believe,he affected the papers referred to,had been by him

ton, Cornelius C. Ward, Jas. .)'\\' lr't, England, much less to the English boIroughmongers and warlike a*you please provided jou carelessness rather than dignity. lie taken: through the aid of a negr3, (a*

JUm. C. WhittleL.. Wlminif?Chal *.| fur his political con'duct. ;assist lArtr ambition and w rs; bat if bad too many levees of kings,and was he reports,) to the house of don Jose ,

\l>iuon, Jonas Whittenberg, J. 11.'' lIe had been the grneral, the :i not, you are a blood-thirsty conqueror: too impatient,to tare much for the ordinary Callas, late governor.-The. body of
"rlstn. flit consul, and the Emperor of the i and a.. t.h.V tee", that tome writers modes of looking, great in person Domingo Sousa, is herewith presentedto

\--J. Yancey. French. He rose amidst the storm of '< are attempting to confound on MM ; but it is said that he could be very you.

l.iitedet Leans f'ran foil.A the revolution ; he was, as he himself I o casioaambitionrrithonliostrsrl6sa* princely and polite, where ladies We have the honor to be,

-Girraudon Aubergirte.B felt and said,the swordarm of the RepuMic i net*. '1 his i is paltry aDd ridiculous- were present ana pleased him. lie Very respectfully, yourserv'ts,

-Cidalicc Bellisle,AdaFtu Bellisle. ," with which itchatied k hun> That a desire of personal aggrandise made the ordinary dowagers of high .. ROBERT BUTLER,
C-.Capin Conte, Mot.s. Cabarez, hied to the dust the accursed confrde- meat must originate in rlSthnos in German houses courtesy him backwards col. U. S. Army, '

Jean Chabaud, Narcissc Chaudiere ,I racy of despots, who had endeavored to an enlarged ente, it self-evident bat out of the room ; but to the duchess JNO. MILLER.

D-B. Dubois, Mons. Dumec fits, Joseph -, rivet an old, worn, out* oppressive and the j earning to reach the pinnacle of or.eimu, whose capital was His ExCf A.Jackson,Gov. Sec.Stc.Sec.

Donfor 2; A. S. Dutnee 2; Albert ; rejected dynasty on thirty million of fame, the emulation of greatness, and called the Athens of Germany: he behaved '
Ue ereux.F ?renchmen. lie conquered at tint by the loftiness of mind, which distinguished with an especial grate. He is (No. IX.)

P. F. Fontanges.: .1. that flame of liberty which raged; witha Napoleon' ,give a nobler character I said to have made an impression to Examination of Domingo Sousa

C-M. Guubil! Pao Graupera.H fierceness proportioned to its long to A.. ambition. lie wa grandin similar purpose on the queen of Wurtcmberg. Office qtke. Jtzecutlve: of Florida ,

;-M. Hasley. suppression and latterly having, raised hit dcw" because be admired and princess royal of England; Pensacola, Aug.22d, 1821.
K-A. Krumm. himself above his contemporaries by load greatness for its own sak('. lie I and when ;Maria Louisa came from Vi- Present,his ex..;lency the Governor.

l-Adolph Lavech.1ILacheriah his powerful genius, he w as made emperor nster! sullied his conquest by partitioning -I!i.rang she found :a fc-simile of her favorite Question K Were you not in pos.

Mussina. by his country men and fcllow-ol- and dividing the conquered. He room at home, ready preparedfor session on yesterday and this morning,

P-Mons. Penneicraes. diers, partly because a large' portion of could afford not to weaken his enemiesby her; which was a piece of attention of the following papers th.t is to'say., .

-Mad ime de Perdrcauvillc,Cilbo y the people weary of the violent fluctuations petty violations of national l&tegri-j i in a very delicate style. the documents relating to the estate of
Paaagen. of an ill constituted democracy, tie He enconragtd every thing liberal I His abilities,independent of his warlike Nicholas Maria Vidal '

R-Mons. Roquet desired the repose even of absolute government and noble which did not at the same I genius,were considerable. His in- Answer. Yes.

Lit(a de arias Etflanolat.; partly because he was looked time interfere with his personal author-i,!tellcet was strong and searching: .and Q. 2. Had you, or had you not in'the

Clestine M. ConzalesAnU'nfoRay- upon as the fittest instrument for the h,. lie c.hcrhht'CIlittnt.rr, art, andiscience he acquired so much Information,that same manner at the same time Ja
irundo Luis GayarrcrAntomo a. forevgn conquest; which had become a ; and they in return reflected I I I.he could convene with all sorts of men your possession the papen ia the case

B. Varo. C. XICHOLAS, P. M.. favorite habit though originating ia true dory wxro him. lie never in Inn I the topics which they particularly of Carlos de Ville and Eugene Sierra)

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rrI a to property In Dili province Question-Were or were not ale pa> | August eighteen hucdied and twenty I leather In the ralc.: Those who have He has not yet ascertained .

A. Y cs. pen mentioned in a schedule hsndcd to one. t seen the governor in the discharge bf whether he has bun robbed it. .id.

Q. 3. Had you In your poi..cssion in you by II. HracUaridgr* alcalde of (Signed>> ) ANDREW JACKSON I his duties, know well that the mod fl 4-t these, but as to the monty he i.ofae} 11arQth..

like manner and time, jlhc proceedings the city Pensacola, delivered by Domingo Cfovtrtor Clf'tb .110rid", kc.l jut t/avr that tsar ttavltd to Air door,I to say, nothing is wanting No\Iff

in the casr of Manuel Itanfay and Carlos Sousa at your house this day"O : would 9<tta on quirt attention to An Krcatly to his surprise, for ( thrt

I de Villc, relating to property tn Antoine FulUrat your major domo, / (SoXU.\: I r.*t/i/.f.r a* the proudest individual in case been reversed we shcufa hid tl froi

this place and if so, at what lime of the day. <\-arrant "fur'the commitment of Col. -Uitl,. Those ho hater seen the contrast had a very peer account. A 1 (rOtc

A. Ves.e Answer-Diku q\at''o protesta oUm- CaltivaandFfitfuat.West between the publican plainnessand gu.ardas placed at the house, ,'11'1) c;;
Q. 4. Had you In your possession, In namente contra rl alto que on las dirt << Iorida--Prasacolaas. aCahility bf the governor, and the (Jn cialrtrott: piOU's that on tie'lid 4

like manner and time, the proceedings y media de la nocbe sacandole de SB 7tt tayt. J.JI'..'krr'tats i.,. ostentation or Col. CaSUva. surrounded of Callava every thing was Ms'\ pro

in the case of Peter (uuilkes against cams donde se hallaba rnfrtrnoque sea You will take into custody and safey by his daily guard: of thirty men, and had been left, excepting the found box fc l, Inn

Thomas Villaseca, relating; to propertyin -.opia como Comits. Esn. ql. es pr. krrp. Col. don Just Callava, and his only to be approached familiarly by a had contained the papers, ?>f she

Pensacela ? d Gob. Lspagnol base el tratado recenlrml. lcward' Fullarat, until the documtntsan4 few favorites need not be surprised at ,been covered by Col. (CaJlat and J.* eCJUTh..

'' A. Yes. cclebrada con die ho (iobmi. : papers, rrrited in the under annexed the disregard fur idle ceremonies on "eighteen seals of his "*

Q. s. Whether thr documents and y el de los E. U. pr. la region de las for'the arresl of Domingo Sousa, the one side and its vast importance on lie tells us of the habeas government; ," roonea

papers in all the abort cases do not relate Floridas' cuya comision me ha side eonf- arrbmduced and dclivncd unto>> Henry the other. l bl. Caltava, it seems astonished sued by judge J-'r h1rntin, kt corr* ii:'|

to private property in this province -Here the (iovwnor, stopped Col. Cat- M.Ilrs2krsdgralcaldtof the city at this denial of his ambassadorial ,i stance: he does: not specify. But nhcua it '* ranK

? lat'a and directed the following question bf Pprtaeola. Given under my hand, right, despatched: another mcs [ not appear that any such writ <** ,

A. That the estate of Vidal is at Baton to be put to him Uid.r did not this .CIl1Y second day of August, ictiger; but he no sooner made his ap-i I surd in behalf of Sousa or !'tIUt/sat: sici

Rouge but that the heirs are here. Domingo housa, deliver at jour house .Jhuna ivnHrrd and twrntyone. pea rant e, than the governor exclaimed I{(The governor had made no.distill" in
Q. 6. Is not the case of Carlos de this day the papers above mentioned (Signed) ANDREW JACKSON, in a loud totce, (.01. Cut fur a lAattg* to I t: between them and surely if .V? bf

Villc and Eugene Sierra on the sub and if .o, where ate those paper wow; Uovernorof the Floridas' Uc. tar (.,.6.it.,.. It i is really astonishing! thtm was entitled to a release. ,any theptve C sid

place? and answer this directly. 41"o lie eontinuedj bAt common sense had: no\ taught (;01. i. were also. Had Col. Call Ti bffn of

A. Yes. A'-Thai he declines answering except Catfava, the polity of inventing a story !' numinous enough he -would lt] otwi
Q. 7.' Is not the case of Ronfay and in the manner he consider proper . Pun tam-inNlAls'. :IitUe more like probability. He tellsus leased< them himself, for when it

de Ville, relative to a piece of ground, in Us own language and with his .: The whole of the dt
in this place ? own band. th,- to the easrof ,. Callava, are now governor. And why did he not goj he would acknowledge the thstl

A. It relates to the same piece as The question l cing repeated lie answered before the public, and 1 confidently appeal then ? why did he not go before ? Uy I!fin his possession, his servants papers to bt sh

that of de Ville and Sierra. that he 1I&'nl1cfe at a commissioner to any: candid man to say,whether what taw did hr claim the rxtraurdinary h[I called them, should be at liberty at \o the

ti' Q. 8. Is not the case of C.uilkes and and could not answer in any o- every jtrp taken in the affair, wa not privilege bf negotiating:: by means he would neither say one thing u Sif.1

tl', Villasrca, in relation to property, in they capacity--on tthicn he was informed cnmpktelr justified ? The depositions of :an ambassador, with the existing other. As to the appeal he norW

rte this .place? by the Governor that he could of a number bf the most respectable authorities,when required to submit to the Americans, on the'subject makcsq cCI

,A. That the cause related. to a pieceof not view him as a comnistioftrr, or in persons have been taken, and which go mandates ? Hr evidently still seem- ministration, it maybe well to ihc!.

property in Pcnsacola. any other light than as a private individual to disprove the outrage*, wanten tiolrnre. td to consider himself the governor of him of the case of Peters, who rea.itd th

Q. 9. When, and hy whom, were charged with refusing lo surrender allrdged by Col. Callav a to hate the province. th-''*u into the Calaboose for eu ter

i these papers placed in your possession ? papers which Irlong to the pub been t.ttrnl to his person but which I 1 have already noticed the mutate-: lag to open a scriveners ofTite propos. of

A. That't11D e papers were placedin lic archives bf this frovincr, and bf i do tmt consider bf importance to be mentor fact as to the conversation he I before: the change of flags, of fir I shortlt! to
his possession at the lime of the adoption i being connected with ,ndividuaUcharged laid before the public at this time. I states lo hate taken:: place at tilt house I nolds, who was two years in Ref to

of the constitution, when the with being altwut to accrete papers, shall proceed to> make some further remark of Col. Brooke. His relation of the circumstances without a trial, and way fer onset d.

civil functions were distributed to the and to carry them ou: of the country on the statement of Col. Callava.Col. which occurred at his own stealth on the morning of thesurren out f tJ

alcalde : that this was better than a by which the inhabitants tht'lt'Ur-euld Callava tells nt, that Domingo house has :also been refuted. But the of the Jo't"nmtnt-the ease of U -T r

year ago. be deprived of their evidence of pers.perty Sousa made his appearance al Col. account which he gives of the occurrences Brig Jackson, of the 'Crtoh' 'h,

Q. 10. Did you ever act as civil' al- and which. under the second ar Brooke at the dinner hour,and inform- which took place, when he appeared others, which !show that wJ1ak'nrl\f;sea. i'l'ell

calde of Pcnsacola? tide of the treaty with Spain ought to>> *d him, that he was about to he taken before the governor 's without, Caltuva may br in comparison witt \.<

A. No; that he was a clerk or wh- have been delivered with the other papers te.jail, on account bf certain papers, example thr most barefaced distortion! ther governors who preceded h'rn. o

ness de ltcnria. plated in the charge of the alcalde" -If h three gentlemra had demanded or fact t rver witnessed." The first va ttttl atc fA governor, *t

Q. 11. Who was alcalde art, ,the time for safe keeping. The question bcinft of bn the day before; and Cot. Calla question put to him he says was &n i7t. ing his administration tranhtlCJflS andu'w.: of I

;P of your obtaining possession of the papers again repeated, be .refuted>> answer va wt jd rlj the trader lo clieve.. .'8J1ft.'u..,hili he pratrd 'n Iw pre. the most Infumous character were sue its
? except in the manner abuve fttatrd.Jnierrcffaivnrt that f4f...rw. **. j(... n,n,,,ttri i, Ar *.rftf muted to answer It in his own language fered if net sanctioned. cr'pc

A n<%*. Tr '* .Nnrrt"ff' fmt la *1ntt>inr fullaret.Question tie tiaUfr. How docs this agree and to write the an \\t'ritb Having cow! I think,
Q. 12. Did not all papers appertaining I. What is your name andage with tkt written demand made of Sousa >> his own hand. The question was whether shewn that no confidence satisfactorily whatever e.

;; to the rights of individuals, and ? with he communicated to Col.Callav the papers had been dcHvcicd: at be placed in the statement of ito > ,

, relating to suits beforc.the alcaldc, belong Answer. My name is Antoine Fulla ut the! documents speak forthtmt.C"rn his house in boxes that day, by Ioniinjjo allays, I leave the decision to Cot atwl

to his office ? rat; I do tint know" my age. en this point. It is true Sousa ? Instead of answering' imparti.I: public.J. 'a

A. Yes, all that were of a {|cjvil na Q. ,. Did not Domingo Sousadeliv as ,Sou* declares, the Col. was absent he declaimed at one lime against the C. BPONAt'G1f: daf.

i turc, and all such have been delivered: ; er to you this day ome papers in boxes when lit buses were that morning left jut 1dic'on bf the governor, at another ""."..'.'.'.'.'S''I'n.....-_o.. ___. .
but not the military )papct sit the bouse of Co'Jose Callava? at his souse i but i is it not evident protested =against, proceeding against For tAr /Vanciav.TOPOGRAPHY.. heat

j i Q. 13. ,At what time this morningwere A. \"el. e that this was done in consequence of him as a private individual. He was p"dl

the papers which had been\ demanded Q. 3. Where are those papers now* prrviout instructions He owns that repeatedly told that he ecultl not be In my former communication,hatfn

.t of you, delivered bj you, to A. They are at the house of Col. he apprttrd of the conduct of Sousa, permitted<< protest that he was required given sonic idea of the situation of ; ]

uho.sc order, and through what chan Ca1J ,'a. that i*, b disobeying the positive>> rnan to answer interrogatories to which towntef J't'l1! tbI3. I now t .a. tl'
h pies: < to
t ,ncl Q. 4. la whose possession are they *. date bf Jet cuvernor<< to surrender the hr must say yes or no. He at last, say something; of Itt

.+ : A. That after the demand had been : A. Thly are now in <..,1. Callav s paper*And what is singular enough as was supposed agreed to answer & country and of the bay.ths-neighboring At tEe d'j. 1

a ,, made by col. Walton, the alcalde, and house.Q. he ;informs.,that Sbusa Is attached to as he states requested pt'fn.iui cot. Miller, now present, he wirnl to cot s. Al what time of the the other, t..,
: day were comrmtien bf course partake write, which was granted him, but after abott and' below H surota, there ,
Calfava, and stated, that he $'ished to they delivered by Domingo Sousa ? of the p;tiJrges bf the ambassador : writing a few words requested that two large streams! of fiesfi water whirl are, et"

free himself from the responsibility bf A. He doe not recollect He also informs us, that the Spanish his secretary might: take his place, to put in, called the K&stern ard \\ rstt.a t"rl"

keeping them, and that he this multi Q. ft. Are not you the major dome of bflicers rmiaining here, were detained whom! he continued fur some time to lagoons. *J he foirrer is also t sited: tl! ,

ing, at eleven o'clock, had them Carried 1 Col. Ealla'a ? solely bntccountbf the unsettled pointin dictate a protest<< when the &overnor bayou Tex a r by the Spaniards on account e- r'N1
to ,". Callava' house, by a belonging A. Yes. J N1
go negro dispuuabont the artillery; and were was ihformedbfit.hr spoke with suntcsha'lnC'u of the brick yards cu. : tl-t
to 'Manuel Domingucr and I do hctrby certfir! the foregoing tobe also to b{ considered:_ as part of the tuIr.. Bratkcnritigv i who time the country was in the rosirsvica ncr : N1ht

+ there delivered to Fullarat, the mat r a correct minute uf the examinationIK : comnussisn. To return from this digressibn was acting as interpreter and strikingon of the British 11 may obsrrvr Jm-. ; .4'
domo of the governor. : :fore Andrew Jackson, Governor of be that he immediatrtr .
>> trlls us the table exclaimed."wby tit jvu there ppprars to br a bed far marl it .
liii Q. 14. When you stated that you the Florida, at which 1 atttd: a. rl...4m ..-r-....4 ... *r ,, ** ._ t_ .s.. -..> ..a : his Iu.ut
interpreter.Signed inform
'iahc.c d *" 'n'4t'Utt adjutant, to> the CV't'f'bOr -u not "violently wrested from lot. three fret from
onlIi1l.4' of keening the w hat the surface,at.this i. u", ,
papers, p p. > (
( ) II. M. nitACKENKIDGE.No. thai Sbtita wa an bfHeer under fir (.allava (
; n nir with fits "r U'h' for at pas and i is the same which forms .
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was the reply 'O Callava f ./ tf C,& C.//r.. and of ptn- r--
course not not in his band at all ; the s< A. He said nothing.Q. sandy soils at L
amenable lu the authority of the gov i riling cf his own accoiu, ana various
XVI.Varant d -ptks. "I he eastern
IS. Do you know that governor Iagoi
rrnment the Floridas his
t the .
'of \ paper was again to the has not more than two cr: three test
Callav received possession the papers for the commitment: bf Domingo directed that if the water c
? Souba. say papers shade to put the question, on which on thr bar at its t'ntranie, .no. tn ,.
were demanded of him as commissioner : C bhCatlava refuted ..
to&nswer altogether. the \u""trlhsidr' i is hoiiteted -a ,
A. lie does not. know positively i whether t by ,h
West Florid;*-Prnsacbla, is. and they were proper to brdrliter- HerrCcl.; Caltava stands convict- hank oft forty 01 fifly, feet, the "
the governor received them or not on 01 er, If.t
C'1I. it wotiU br done
IkI -that he went with the negro, an4 the To the vjficrr if tAe day. and that could he without difficulty, rd of a most gross violation bf truth ; there i is hcfcut.ful. pout of rich i am.nsceck ;,
thy drlivertd by nobody ; the depositions bf a number of ciale- land
covered hI. hvro&K.ti.-.
were left at'the house* -there You will take into and I s"
t papers custody safely
but hIM lr.
ADd is knot natural ,
to>> men ha e teen taken to this fact, ai u notia and other .
t was no person there but the mayor do- keep Domtngw!')uu. ,until be .. 'duce, ask chat w' there tofirrrrm Air/ .M who flatly contradict htm. lie cculu best soil. the tJ"th ins;cat n(> tre .1.m
'' in whose left.signed JaRO n SDCT. opts s 'MOa .
mo, charge they were or cause to be priKlutcnl and delis ttrd
drlivrrimi it.* ao tsrnartaai.nrr,if .
they never train he for what reason beautiful, rna
sajs. sheet cffi ,
( ) D. SOUSA.NoTx. unto Ilcitry& M. liracLrnridge, alcalde t sh water anti ( n-
delivered f .
to ll is
ought a miserable he was brought Ltr.tc the uxemor linues fur about four n\tes( '
to Cris it
of Pensacola-
documentsand 1:;
following evasion to say that he did not know Is not this contradicted by such evidence ir.r
k. ( .) wit Those appearance of a bar:*.some r II
to : relating to what I.t'f.
papers they were the evidence is
: : too as will
conipelthe haute toasts., with
L Order to Cut ro4 e.1'enaarola.luguat the estate of don Nicholas Maria \-i- a clear santiy; l.-tktb.ar. tle iuntryen -
satisfactory on this head The how is ?
only this tossiblr Lcci hv not :its Loaders tr
2', 1821.Sir1'ou dal ; also,the papers relating to a house difference rxlirmrly piftursqur. --
then, was whether" himself inf .
the reader
e In ul lac *
C.c- hut
will furnish an officer, sergeant and lot in J' ..ncoja, which was the should have been asked of Col. sterile fcltho covereda tt:. J
Callava bf
manti made him far the ol
corporal, and twenty men,.and ftulijcc t of a prorrrding l etwrea Carlo: with or witLout the word commissioner papers very thick crowtN of buslns! nd t
told that unless hi
direct the officer to call on me, by half de \'illetid Eugt-ne Sierra ; Also, the written at the end bf his name. them kinK, he must before Ikissett4 tr.c : pnf'Sthh: hart and tl eira sf.U of eitrrsoil. .
,' past 8 o'clock 1*. :.1. for orders they proceedings which took place; between appear governor Tre more tMightlal earn nmifht \ f.t
They were of him and if f (if
coutie to answerwl.y fce i.aa
"'iJlhue their arms and accoutrements Mktiurl. Bonfay and Car.otdc: \ illrrr- bv matte heir, and at some fu- ,
they wrrr sath papers as ought to have thought fit lo list bcy the bluer tease dry the vine the ,
complete, with .twelve rounds of ammunition latingtii a piece of ground in Ibis place tern surrendrrrd, bf which thrnr cannot Callata goes on to state: thai wilt flourish. elite ti; P
:: i -and also the documents in the After nro 't'etl.njr: somedtstansr
cask l"r a moments doubt, he should :
<< at last tie was permittrnio be hears: &
HespecUuliy, \r. Ino. oixrtANDKliU of Peter ( uil ,t. and 'I otuas illasrra have lost no time in up tie tai tln, I strutk a" :* c
and thai
repairing extoting he asked the if be
I governor ttttt vection' slur west! HnnU t
JACKSON tt the
relating to rral ) in Pensacola vistunlagoon
pto] cny ; his itrtkrtThe 1 J nut shudder at such conuuel towards .
t? ; Governor of the Floridas, Ere.tt all which document and ar arro'" tt e pii t uuods, the soUrry
papers apjt reply the !Imp
adjutant: and tell him ,
according lo that i
Col. Gco. M. Brooke, com'g. 4th Inft. to appertain to individuals and. their protnttU sanely! f ut *-'\c ed n its lunt'yr.55.; (
to Col. Callava, was a brief before .
very bite ; the government bi the Cm cc. 1'.. .
R i mi ml where l the. .
Orlh. t
ru two
; rights, and for their benefit ou hl to be nether
w consistent with
",''1 .(No. 11, is the order to mess'rs Duller in the pufcirstion of II. ).. llrtkrn- truth, is another thinR-probability It the States against the author bf such atcwcitiesofkred H'tlisb forts a.e still v 'Mr. uses considerably JI

'i and lironaugh. No. 12, the report ridge alcalde for the city Prnsatola, only answer the deigned seems to character.my. prrsbn.unil There torn} official abase the u"ICltar.dit'f << (,.110- Jr
governor was nu tt .ub.
t of the same gentlemen, and No. 13, the and not to be taken away by the ofhcrr make, wan to this effect, "tell Cot. Cal- much bf such l hiuaJe: n.-.t1e' use) bf, try inrvriv anti af'ortlstray et"n! heprosrl| 'ts
memorandum referred to in that report of and which documents and dirtctiou ispe_ salty otn tit
papers lava, that I shall at.*jsend him to jail. and intended to inflame the rmhtU of '
which in the 1'10. town in If r etfurcic.: of the b 1'o t
were published were seen by Col. George Waho. I have in "'y.
the cetlibcatr the b
my possession stanskrs it
tidian of September 29.) (;01. John Millrrand Henry M. Bracken of the late )e- ; was only a matter dbtanrr fans this pUre tn flahrzpr 1
Spanish interpreter, accompanied telsu that thr ,
: prise govrrubrsh utu :
is stout
ridge, alcalde in the of tiff a nuk- and an 'alf. !tie c $
possession the adjutant and who rots have home, this insolence at all for (;ah 2 i i
No. XIV. was with about f
( ) the said Domingo Sousa the encamped sirteen -
on ir
; iwrnty rather more Into detail. The

expressions nearly hours, in the hope thai hr
Order to Lieut. Mountz. first thousand men turii+ the re'e.u.;
instant; and demanded by the said ff
wrrr used until after
not re would at last his
/V".cco/fl, -a tronacy war;, ; the traces: of his c'n. *r:'jnitrtl -
Sir-Should Col. Callava and his alcalde, undcr the written order of th the the paper without the net easily are still visible. 'I I,e suing and
caw, informing him of the of
conduct committing him. \\ hat he
stewArd refuse drliv' several' otrrrs, which rise
the tctr'n
to documents !
er for a
undersigned given that
] >osc,
purj of Sousa in the
taking to bf
states the of
( papers reply the to
which will he of guveruwr short cliartance rom it unite.
required them by cot. and the said documents and to>> the end *t t' p
Colonel's houtesad
papers >> his this
being permitted elegant speech, is a fabrication
Butler and doctor ; distance of four bundled forma
Bronaughandonshe ]jbe retained by the said alcalde,for safe rft MS
S lo v. to him in company with it is true he did thathewassespun-
revolt of col. Butler to you of their re-j keeping-on which the said Dora.tigo: an American officer, to request that thepaper sihlr to his say for his stream sufTtrieMly Jarpe-for !slttts'
&overnmeut conduct and
fusil you will immediately take thcj Sousa refused to deliver the bat i schooncrsand is one of t'r? brunt has -
I same; be restored to him, so that he but
said col. Callava, and his steward ."ul-| in open violation of the above rrtiutli : obtain his no such expression escaped fir tier western Incut n. '1)he distanceto
,might liberty bn surrendering his "
; thai Col.
lips as Callava n.- ht
larat, into custody and them be. thr bay i is about that mitts tl (U-
bring ; order and demand, did the said r
convey *-il was not until l this full explanation protest heforr God if hr pleased tur
fore me,to,answer such interrogatoriesas ; documents and to the house of that ; soon "icft'llina! and tesembrtng tl. r uc:
papers the declared
conduct of the
the! circumstances jvemor governor w as die,ntfx d, i Itfol'dt"urib..cr.. but the soil t* Border
arc required by Col. Just Callava, late Spanish governor that they should be delivered, and that alt ho'he OIa.
frequently hitmclf
.I attending the! case. of the province of'Cit Florida, until this was done he would the in of a better Cll1 lit\. "1'Prie, is i f e-

Very respectfully, yr.mo. obi. and left them in the hands of the said alt concerned even Col Callava imprison himsrlf. impressive and manner which b natural '. rally about four fret water on the !ha r.
to him, their
was 11
certainty ( here
1'0 exaggeration
Col. Callava stewardby name Fulla : insprakinuof
This was the
Lieut Mouhtz officer of the speaking languageof sough to rouse the' indiprtaticn of ti.1I the of rnstrola. it is
guard. rat, in the dwelling house of the said a firm and determined bay
magistrate, honest man to witness a quibbling admitted by all to to of the hnrsiin
w.WI Cut. Callav i all which acts aforriftid who could !* nrrtfutfA. __ Ii_,r tin_ i_'nti__ ,_itf__>- which would have one
-- n u 0 disgraced a fU- the world
(No. XV.) the aid Domingo Sousa, are in opens I]I rations from>> the stern and its entrain t chat and a .fc,
rigid performance logger, for the bf
Office of the hxecvtlve of Florida contempt of the authority of the undersigned of his lie purpose evading the and flVrding a complete shelter from
J PENSAroLA, 22 1821. was obeying exposure of a transaction bf the most every wind. It i is horn thrir to ft urhliI..s
Aug.; as governor of the Floridas, the voice bf justice, and the dictates of infamous kind.
; Present His Excellency the Governor.Col. Ice. fcc. kc. and in open violation of his conscience and the in width, by afoul thirty fa 0
Jose Cftllava being brought before the right of the citizens secured to individual ; respect to Col. Callava states that his pipers: l'nRth.and the anri.o.a e rxeellcnt

Andrew Jackson, Governor of the',! them under the second article of their any bf form, resting upon the ptiti.1C'J'f'1 and those 0' his fcovemmen were abandoned .1 hr rseelfrncr of obis hgrbor alm%
I : and
t Floridas, to answer certain inlcrroga-1|
tories relative to documents and papers and until the said Domingo Sousa comj When this written of them Hr was rrf cateclly told lensatola' an important plaer. It i it. ,

named in a schedule bearing this date, j i plies with the foregoing order by de- all the was document, it was supposed that the pl t'rsftll'I! rd in tUf lid, perhaps the only really good 1 harfcotir: :

and which relate to the ,property and'i lirering the aforesaid enumerated documents be remaining would wrrr all that weir wanted, and his noticing in the Gulf of Mexico and 5$ .dn its-
published tJi1.,1 ; but lit. found : his private papers and those bf bl situated for with all thepr'
sovereignty of the I .loridas-The following -.I and papers he is to stand committed impraeiieahlr.whhout commerce
t' employing much his ftvctrimcnt evinces thr same pitiful ipal points around ?it afar days
: interrogatories were put to to the ralaboust. Given under of ;
IJ inure bur sheet than wr can rra'onaIM *rttfreaud w&rt bf candor 'ch
w sati front Vera
'him, vie: rny hand, this twenty second day of j onJ.-I'.JIt... Caur. fronsthr |hrntince.) ,
j rr has marked the whole bf his conduct. \ of lexa and I nnrsi5 i. na on he ois ..;. .



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sidranA *n 1 Jim *nu the .\l'I'lbdrolk! un the, \\ e tmbatked; at 13 o'clock of the same"daiti Crib aata-.I have the)boars I I N..l.UI"TnZlDuJtt,newspapers and I Commuted 3&VLON ,
armed here to acceptjour i letrrrs were .I
VoseU hate !inihreedats a birch canoe only to the 5th hepuwithout
( the
nther one same invilation to dote,** flit,- .: the 8th October a Negro was
from Cuba, in fitc or six used ca a former >> acknowledgment of our first
occasion .
,) m'- day the 2nd August at B brought to William Mills
atMt's num'xr. jail by
i It it friends ,
and hoped north
Vera Ctun in six or wren ed bv six & our I
down Mansion
front dropping IlmsePtTit me to leader Huntititle 13 miles from Pensacola, stopped there,
Jamaica. The British while in the Detroit riser into Lake < will look to this for our
from carried on an extensile lumU ing along its southern Uric, coast through yow to the citixcm; of St. i apology, in the delay oldie FLOKIDIAV. says that he belongs to Henry Lucas,of
.>sic son shore to the Louis, warmest thanks Hancock Had with
With the NVr&l Indies, "dthcmsehes Maumee which my for this We know not how to account for it- county, Ga.- him a
trade Bar, receives
the riser mark of
esteem. If mf long military Nashville ia only one huodecd miles commoc half stock Shot Gun, Powder s
: from a of the
rru\tlisrd muc.h same name (sometimes called services have merited this mark of approbation 1 beyond Hnntsville, and it is said the Horn and Pouch, and a Free Masons
trade with Inleo. Th" the Miama of the Lake
,) at its head.
: from 017 fellow citiirtt, i mail route is direct the Apron of the moat beautiful description
suited through one ,
are to
of the bay the
are now at oldie
source Man-
shores amongst whom I hope to sad the |place to the other without detention. -had on a United States uniformcoat.
cwanirr; residciMres and improvement.Th mre ricer which" is formed by the junction -' ,,",ing of my life, it is aa btaluable 1 How then,could there have arisen this ; Said negro appears to be about
ground ou this lull IS generally of the St. Joseph of Lake Michigan reward. I|:
old feet
|('difference against Nashville of 25 years and is about 5 4 inches
ele alt-d than the other, although and the Kaskaskia of Illinois. sixteen 1
.yore In '1 Accept for fburtdves, idi1'iduall",> i day '-.We trust the fault will be detected high. The owner is requested to come
nearlc opposite: town there it 'a t asrrndingtheMaumee. "e hate passed gentlemen, my sincere: atlnowlcdgc-i and remedied. forward, prove his property pay
f nfgrC Wl" high "luR' There h said to crsVively Tort Maumte, Tort drips, merits for the flattering tnaaaer JOB charges, and take him away.

It gaud (hammock lands on the other ,I Tort leporitr,1't Necessity, Vane's have been pleased to speak t f me as a t By a late amtal; from New Orleanswe W. CHAMPL1N, Jailor. -
sitkattd low aids the head of the bay, battle ground: and Tort Defiance soldier and gentleman, atuibctiete me rrctiveB the Louisiana Advertiser October 13,_ 1821-4t.
,.tt'nfthetratu.filu'd: for the culture Scenes whirh rrcal some of the to be with
i to e most fttfetimcnts of the highest the 23th ult-in which there is a report TO RENT
of cotton or the sugar cane. On this interesting events of there wars. co&siderati&a, J'ocrbI ,
fideib" a'v *l nlcrva' small bodies The Maumee is a large and beautiful t ob't. humble n'.. that the United States schr. Enter LARGE and convenient House
prize, Capt. Kearney had been
soil castaway ..tand Lot, at occupied by
of Hut kind'of not exceeding fifty stream meandering through a country 11. lSSF.LI off Cat present
or a hundred acres in a j body! curnrdmith t of exuberated fertility and tnot delightful To TI!. F. RIDD1CR in >> it in are happy', Mr. Cox, on Palafox streeta few doors
+ lire oak, lJpbrand magnolia, butfarcel appearance and the tumult of D.'ALKCHt having statement most our power to contradictthe : above Intendant street.. For particulars
ha et I Inren malde which basso nften satisfactorily,at we enquire ofJNO.
) any attempt > ar resounded throe WASH,
learn by the Capt. of the esael who
to tilate them under cultitation. The its lofty forests, is now succeeded by CIL S. HEMPSTEAO, k JOS. C. KEYSER.
the Advertiser
brought as that his
s'wre of the ha}' arc every where healthv the ftf'ac-efvlsoundt of agricultural In. ARTHUR )IAi&. IS. he saw the on -Pensacola: Oct. 15-3t
passage Enterprise at anchoroff
being l bordered jby a clear white dustry. Already a number oflittle detached St. Louis July 3 1st, 1821. Cat Island, all well, and only waiting SAMUEL FRY-

j 1tj. D.enMMt' .\ i settlements and tillages are The entertainment concluded] for provisions.GENERAlTjACKSON'. TTORNEY AT LAW,at the secretary's -
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i found upon its banks, and emigration .1 office.
usual with toast From the
Ir,1Ttn,. \ i is progressing with a slow pace along Dl&mbc-r"e select the following 3t Pensacola, October 15. ,
1111; H inhabitants of 1'<<,..", roJa, arid its border A country "!*ich hat : The state .f New-York is about to "
ilv.*? if WU Florida who feel an i iti- Wen the theatre of the oj*erations ofj I The army of>> the United State-the engage the but artists to execute in the V\\l SALE.

tM'.t in the prmprrity of this section the armies of II armer,St flair,Wayne* law of congress rt quart 4 sea rnI.tll."f finest muLlt",'Ihe statue of this western f HE Subscriber wishing to decline

tf country, without discrimination u i Harmon! and Winchester, cannot bepaed I but did not cillA.rift1011111(1. and hero hi to be placed at New- Jl the Lumber business, offers for
of n-sulener without exciting the most Jrtmstioat. sale all his interest in the SAW MILLon
to the'r; ; period are int itrd I :\ Orleans, the scene of one of his greatest
ti' 4t' "id at A. Collm's Hotel
,1.,. ue 27uin*'. ai < 0\ lack< I1* M. American citirrn : and when to may his return to privue life be to him The abate b going the rounds in the viz: two thirds of an undivided part of .
we supcradj, tltr natural of"'I.. the Saw Milt, Dwelling House Out
number : a fine comniy. hoe botanical gto- been long, tm fat, and honorable lo>> hi apprehend! there must be some mistake Houses, Blacksmith Shop Carpenters
E'rS J) I\ii"r 1 tsi.. r-I graphical bnd other traits are highly country. -We hate seen it in none of the eastern .! Shop, with Tools, fc.-Garden, nine
- -,--- - - interesting. will readily imaginethat Yoke Oxen, Horses, Waggons, Carts,
1 papers-Moreover, it is scarcely to!
j;; c 1M.\ lark Evening'cf, .Vr/.7. 4. I hate" found a rich Held for rr- [This was a* it should Kite been- be presumed,that had New-York come See. Sec. on liberal terms,either for cash,

TIILMEXDOUS KALE.: mark. We are lo pn cred from this The fteran: and ar-orn solder; returning :. to such determination, atuljnade/ sut h short credit, negroes, or cattle. For t
From Saturday morning till 4 o'- f.bcp hr a portage tf nine wiles into to' his domestic home, tinder appropriation, she would have locate further particulars: apply to Messrs.

du k juterday afternoon, \\'e'were visile one of the highest navigable tributaries any rircumstancr: is entitled. to such 'her awstaftrrit tutitHlttlt to the merits \'ychr and Foster or the subscriber at
and .hoe ,,'. of the Wdritksh, d rrnd that mf't'Ct from Ms the Mill.
,. **th frpralrcl copious s> by neighbors. of the great western warrior, at
:iof rein accompanied hy sonic loud Tippecanor., Fort Harrison and Vin- Hut grn. Daniel tiissell, had further any point out of her own boundary.We CHARLES MIFFLIN.'
pc., <>f luii-icr, and lightning, and ant rennet to the Ohio-ihrnrcioihe jo c- and higher claims on the best sympathetic doubt neither the generosity' nor October 15-41.. ,

1 IMC: uuse atmosphere; the! windc lion of the latter with the Mifcsiippi feelings of his fellow d 1W1a1_ magnanimity of the KtlJl state in qU I- A. GORDON
j nj the time veered and shifted to -up this bj St. (;enesksr. St I..,..i.. It was well known that gtn. tl Lad entered too bat under the circumstances, we law, ,

tl Must etcry point of the compass. &c. to the Illinois, and turning up the the army at.a very early ae-had feel authorised to doubt the published Attorney rat ,
'.H'II."vut half past 4 o'< loek jesterA latter, folloW'it <
!** at" "'rnoon it came out from aboutf plains, fiiim which we shall crass the bativu of thirty three years, having enlisted of Mr. Torry, opposite theCourtHouse

us' *. H >tn all the violence and fury of celebrated j"rtagc to Chicago:: ;: where as a private, and after lucceed- Oar Gcrrrn'r_We announced his where he will attend the
hu i anc. continued until about half the tieaty is to be held "n the 1 ttlt of ins to the stations of corporal and sergtaftt departure last week,with the understanding duties of his profession. He has printed

p .t o o'du"k last earning, throwing .-\ gukU It is probable limit a greater was commissioned for neritortou I that some official duties detain blanks for all kinds of conveyances,
<<1.n thu'iii'cs un.oofing buildings, collection of Indians will lie drawn to senior, rendered under generaltt'aynr him several days after his family : and can execute them at the shortest f t

it1. i proitt-un ; trees in.taHou direc- grtherat this place,than base ertiren in his campaign against the 'But we hate it to state, that the anticipated -notice. Pensacola----- Oct. 13.fctOSTER .
t 'i>. \\1.11! the g.le vt us at iti height summoned under the aathonty of the indians. in IT9>-94, alter wiicb, be difficulties and detention did not 'V'iC\\'E -

i.; p'| 't-micJ a most awful "I"uadco-| United Stair I expect tu are the tra t tiled on through all the s.gcsto :arise, and he set out with his family, ENDER their services the Merchants ,
1 ," f.;lint of slate ftvm the roofs oft principal pait r.f the I'miawatlomir, the rank of brigadier general, which on Monday last. We hate heard from .1 to _
and Planters in Alabama
: 'jjii-nti ;.'ii, aud broken glass l from I Miamis Kickap "' Sacs, lutes* Cttav ifradr he distinguished; : himsrl' during the party since at Claiborne, Ala.-Matt for the sate of ,
t ,f windows, made it unsafe for atijta a>"*. andrlwutonih., with fragment' the last .ar with Great ntilt: o, mono well. or shipment ,
f. to nture into the siren Should "* of ottirrc(iritiru,>'Ji trit+rx, who taMicul.tly at Lion's creek. That
t' .t.nu: Lore exhndrd with equal fu- claim portion' of tlc lauds wltieii are such an officer: had tern drgradin,ly, BUREAU DE POSTE. and will make such advances 9 as may benecessary.

t any a'Maiice: along our sea oatd, to be purchased. 1 he opjHHtuaitt and itiseltingly dismissed the'senice, UN bureau de poste vient tie s'ita- They will afford good and r
v tr furtiie dcsttut tiun of live* and that Mill IK ptrnentexl fwrol*er inif the without explanation or apoltgy and! blir ayant poDro"jetdc facUtter la iom safe storage on moderate terms. *

j: ," My I 4t trust luvc ( manners customs, dtess. arid otherdihtiiiguishing eim iihou the poor romplfraentofa manication mutuelle qui puissesubsist Prnarnta, October 13-tfL'Sl
1 1,1.1 aUh<.jnti; low ".H"c..iOtwd.-1! chart try it.tin t.t these register; addressed to him, is ceruinljruiott 'r..t-"t .Uc "ilk vl, ei tins lea guar -
{ 'omnjci.crd, rust tritM, still ('Qnifl'l"c'a.lI)' l.* *.ry j....a'. 'nctf'-oabd al the circumstances tier* du globe, par le moycn de taquelle received and for sale by the
t.'* ;t\t.O"tti1.\nJ'.n t',, ",'hat\.f'S and I 4rhc juu m'1.will aUoaiford other sub together, welt calculated to call on pours se commuDi'1& dune man .) subscribers, the cargo per schooner
E.. n.t the t cllfeJ s ot all the stores on the jr<'is of remark that tatinot fail to beinterrMitig forth the warmest feelings of the good nkre certaine, prompte, d sure, atec Catherine Is* Jane from Ntw-York---
,t. "iti 'cf iVc I'.ast and North risers. ; and I hJJ be roablrd to people of St. Louis.-Floradtoh.l butts Its parties ties Etats Unit. Les Old Rye Whisky superior strength

t-.:*\ v'; hlitics of lumber, and other: collect many new farts rrlaiite to the .---...::. . !tO avantages servnt ccpendant incertains, and <
r nit: t un the \\ hunes, have either, minerlogt! ; geology, tojnigraphv, natural '&(!)3IIDllJ pour ce qui rrgarde Its isles, et ports Lard in kegs s
:', baud < {Tor 'been<< damaged. I ) srei.rrj. Indian IIiutIInd othersu'ijrct o d'outre-mer. Les cares qu'on placera Kitts of pickled Salmon i

n fttltttV ttatemrnl tfftkcttniAtuincd am-i twnnected with the (unarm '\0\\\\\\1, Octohtr 15.: dan ce bureau pour un port itranger, Barrels Mackerel : '

C all fhf fiarlttular* V and pirscnt condition of the country." seront en v oy tcs a un des port is des LtatsUnis A quantity of Bar Iron :
", mr Jimitt t:'Ill nit /J".mt.JIt sir To all who may he inter-sted, we recommend tt de U r leurs addresses. Le Brushes of all descriptions : r

p Muny Aciuteewcrr uroafrd8ndt'g Sr. Locts, August 4.Griterat prompt attention to the no Maitre de Foste a priti le segment de Barrels Crackers :
efamuty blwn do&n-t9tite &ftltckrf m..ell<-The return tMi' silt'fir the city council, in regard to the coutume. too Chairs best manufacture t

eater is mush iujuttJ that it gwiih'tnan to the bosom of bin familyand appointment of a city surveyor-They Le Bureau se tient snr la partie Nord Trunks of Books,invoiced g50fy '
c 4" M, d uijift:for day* to rrnurrd 'I friends, uhich we noticed a few are reminded that the election will take de la !'/aa. A Steam Engine, 30 horses power

.t-.litb.RtrruIhatversafirrpro- days since, has rethrd many inrrs- plate to-morrow night. C. NICHOLAS M. P. and upwards, complete in every respect -
'fit *dtrrf* fiaraally tnu"datrd-.ind ling recollections in the minds of Ms -- ,_ --:-- and will answer any machinery

c r"a".fJr'rf'Jft'r* r/crf Ihfvrkarvfitnjurrdtafid fellow ( itirtn.."hu,to etinCe the high We refer our readers to the head \ \1'E J\\j\\ '..1Ia.ctrt'at7s. whatever. "
.' rryutly many total personal regard they still entertain for M Topography,** and feel assured they WYCHE k FOSTER.
f "'''rc."td. totteet-n thirty and for the general, and the estimation in will rejoice with us, on the re-'ppnr- Pensacola 15th Oct. 1821. tf
Scbr. Celeste New Orleans
r ",t.II'f1t. *ftfrnrr, CSV. trrrr fr/. which t'.i-y hold his military services: ante of our much valued correspondent Logothy, N. B. Wanted to purchase COTTON
Planter UrinkwsttrPbitda.t..lnthany .
I .. ,Arr. ar the Quarantine and near detenuineil to notice his return among 8.-\nd from the same ircling, for which cash will be given. t
J tarn'1rrriand! anon, d.rvra- them by some mark of public rrj'cct, "t' behest it will be highly graufying :, Kaig,>ew urieans.
Athenian Medina, N. Ortnns.S..art.a. .
*r. rllll' d.ntag'dr.tc ,6I'f"r r/ir f"lIoUt- MjiiaWr to the; occasion. (;t"n. D. can to all, our beitu; enabled to stale posititely NOTICE.
r. I felicitate himself upon the c...noliUn'rtflection we shall Lereafter give some- Cassibry, New Orleans. The heirs of Vidal

.' 'i M-from! Saxannah, with cot. that although toe may IKtie- thing CJft the same subject, from the John Motley, Elderkin Mobile. vetJohn }
t.1\ Jane, (ierrish, Vera; Cruz
v ctht\l g-4.ttlt', and: is a comtUlvIdere. glee ted by his gott-rwHenu he inc* same sourer, in every numbers-We Innerarity. j
lj J .-. k. J. Madison Hall, N. Orleans. Whereas decree of His Exceltency .
A serves! uninip.irrd, the esteem" and tLt'c.n6d..nc'e have regretted most sincerely, our deficiency by a
; Richardson, from of his CClurttn mcn. These in this department heretofore Emily, Spilman, Mobile.Union Andrew Jackson, Governor of !

'iL\"I.OLh! with cotton and dry gtudsr I wantons are jH-culiisU" tabulated to>> and must again refer to the explanation Melvin, New Orleans. the Flbridas, kc. of this day it was or-
t I Sloop Invincible, Teyler, B. St. Louis. tiered that the Atcade of the or-
t kM cfl', and ttnk. : elicit tnanU and generous sentiments already giten that we ptttcrred city
t Surfuk! ; it "'ppca ... thotorm ras .-hut upou the present, there was a bring silent rather than publish anything Herald Monroe, New Orleans. Pensacola, give public notice in the
I t'ioieatiy: .. at New-\'(Irk, and degree of unusual interest felt, and it in "hic.be had not unbounded Actress,"St. John, Mobile. Floridian, to all persons having any' .

w continuance the Norfolk was truly tifjingto witness the people confidence from our personal knowledge ,tsrtato, claims against the estate of Nicolas t
J d >>uu'titt"it pifs-'uted a act'tic step forward to sustain an aged of the author_From the first, Sloop Herald, h.I1 Apalachicola... Maria Vidal,dec'd. to present the same

I '" .'t4' from its ..eafening guar I'rtrran who was suffering under the our most anxious wish has been to kite Actress, St. John, Philadelphia. within sixty Notice the date of the '

I ; strb tl e"l:!' \hinl;' of windows ingratitude of his country. The following local information-but always when we Invincible, Tumt'r1w Port.Schr. said decree : is therefore givento

,* I'ng! of<.;.unicy -the rapid rise letter was therefore addressed came to examine such, as was c>>offered Emily, Spilman, Alexandira.Vktoire i all creditors of the said estate to

t. ''*" 'Ide, t'treat"nitlh to inundate the ')Y' the citizens of St. Louis (through we found little or nothing that we da Salavary N. Orleans. present their demands on or before the
tr4 "-tae cwinuiu jus cataracts of rain their Committee) to general IHssell.linftitrer.. red to publish, with any thing like regard Catharine St Jane,New York, via thirtieth of November next, that the

in.r1'u'f: : ittrpCtuuutty aiouj?, darkenof to our sense of>> personal dignityand Tompteo.!! same may allowed if legally and property -

\:' 'P'\r \i.iun, and appaunfdutwrlint public responsibility as rots, and POSTSCRIPT.DEATH substantiated. ?
tt., '! ': ;' the .hct\.us, e..uh Sinn behalf of a number of the as editors. II. M. BRACKENRIDGE, i

t;.,; 'I',' in a ';;***..: chaos..' cilireiis of St. Louis, we beg leave to OF pIE QCEEN.JJeerpeoI.fagatt .llcade qf Pentacota. f i

1'' .. ': ."ttl'{" dye 'b ; "'Ir"n.. i4 ests- solicit the honor of your company at a More than half the impression wa) 14. Pensacola, October: 15, 1821.

rs l' :. '. 1ft dIJ1;.. .... 1 list of a. dinner to he given on Thursday the worked oiTIast w eek before we discovered This afBicting event took place on
n. *r Std drivrit ashore, sunk second of .\ULru'1t at ttenncl's Mansion an error which we desire printerswho Tuesday night, August 17, at 2S minutes ; t

t *fd, .is tri%'>it, together with a House 1 I republish to correct Governor past ten o'clock, after an illness of and store 'lately ,
to 'st'uKacauttof(;; intuvifg. to bout. After an absence of nearly two yearswe Jackson's address to the cilitens.of the I days. Her majesty the queen had :! s" IHoccupied by Juan Clara,

t.I stores iinertIiaiidiir, ai.d the level"U hail with pleasure your return to''Hondas: was dated October, aDd not been eidentlydeclining throughout the 8j on Palofox street, opposite the
1 I UM- home and the society of day and in the early part of the evening
palings and ff.ccs in the your your September. market-also the house and lot occupied
I J '', And 1 it IK probable that the friends-a pleasure that would be tonal-1 I I it became apparent that the illustrious by Mrs. Plum, opposite Mr. Gar J

'Ii"l "f taK-oasi fivm New York loved, rould we forget the cause byj By a late arrival,we learn thai during patient could not survive more nier's auction store. The house Is well
+ .If.'(** Ji suffeied more or less which ifc was produced--During a long ,; the gale, the sloop Montgomery, than a few hours. Her majesty grew I calculated for a boarding house, being 1

"ywtkrs +stuUcn., -f.Ve."TO .1dv. residcnte in this country your conduct!; CrramtTi was lost off( Dauphin hiADd.I worse every half hour, and at the time ',, in central part of the town--For particulars
as a soldier and a gentleman has elicit-j j I Thc crew and passengers fifteen in mentioned she expired, surrounded by enquire of
Tram the ;;;;;;; llal.ma" ed and+dt"tcn'ed our esteem" and res- number, all perished. In addition to her friends and attendants who were JNO. k JOS. C.' KEYSER.Oct. .

,".'.: ''a''e had the prciah esteem that has not been the I I this distressing intelligence, we lament absorbed>> in grief at the melancholyevent. 15-3t. '
'<11ft'c.. satisfaction; of re- growth ipf a day. Years of experienceof the loss of property to one of our Her majesty,to the last minute, t' Ii
, fthflu-.fl y itsterestirg letter tons your honor and worth hate given to!I most enterprising: and valuable townsmen was perfectly:calm and resigned. YorThe 1stZ l-Orleahs,
[f. J '' jut or of, a *l. it a solidity which as it was not based capt. Thomas Shields, who had The following bulletin, announcingthe \ substantial schoonefESPERANCE t
I 'rr""r't I" Detroit 1! upon the smiles of fortune,can never be on board the Montgomery a very extensive fatal termination of her majesty' i iI
err 1"vfffi Mr great chain of her'frownsj With the most and mill .' illness, was issued from Brandenburg I
I -" Latin shaken by costly steam saw establishment will sail Tues
ttt the _____ positively on I
1 ;,,"r.1t M currr tJ'lh sincere fishes for your prosperity and fce ke. intended for this. Noose at eleven o'clock:, and was posted day-For freight or passage, having .
f't'i'fN r. Sls
ih1l +cnsc now tra-bef" happiness. neighborhood; Any lotto such an Xn- at Cambridge House, South ludJcrItnd I good accommodations, apply to the ..
.' ; lying Jklievc us to be, dh idua.I!,"ut more particularly the one: at half-past twelver on board or to .J
''" til and the Minissippi, 1' ob'L I "11cr departed this life at : capt. !
( s rClrtnrroutco. His letter (, Your most *vts.i recited, is a public calamity I majesty i JNO. It JOS. C* KEYSER. :
""J i K. WASH. J twenty-five minutes past: ten o'clock Oct. .
'IIClt ;fir', much pleasure, fiat i TI!. F. RIDDICK. Our mail of the tth fast northward/ this night. I- -
} tar: to publish an extract : D. V.WALKER. brought us ltttviIU papers of the S S21st ")1. D.\ILUF.. \V. O. 1TON.. "WASH. L.ITANNTM, ;

}'sr. tlatst:, (Indiana) July 8. i CII. S. IIEMI'STEAD. ulu acknowledging the receipt of I I MI!. AINSL1E. It HOLLAND. I'"UTTTILL practice LAW in Fcnsaco- ; I
I. ,, '% .. 7 la. His Office ia in end of
"d. 1 f'f T/'l on tU :Id' of Jumj AltfllfU MAGEXIS. the second number of this paper- ndby % T one

tLc murwusr fuuad 1.'Cl'Uur St. Louis, July 31, 1821. j I the same mail our advices from, Brandcnbarp Heat/-, :\DK. T, 11 o'clock: ,.Capt. Seville'a house. J


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: WATSON", TOn SALE, t'F.\VitC: ScYttgrnaon: l?. \1. 1511Y.T &: Co. I I .CARD..

just received by the sihoo- fast sailing and substantial I COMM1&&IO.V .' &RCll f.\TS VJ: RECEIVED, per Schooner f ITT TALMON having taken that

HAVE Jane 4ThC schoner, Palafff itrrrt, opposite tie GorrrnorILL H Planter, from Philadelphia and Alt spacious and central building

..,- 0\ ConB\g\\n\e.\\\", < Section, \ \ ,? faithfully attend to any ba- are now opening an extensive assort lately occupied by his excellency major
recently burthen about four hundred barrels f T visas entrusted to them. meat of general Andrew Jackson, very re5pect.
c and offer for sale, at the store For particulars enquire of They ***;e far .Ir. ft it era I ""rl- fully informs those gentlemen who may
Mr. Oliver Clark, (apposite CD ID I
occupied favor her with their
the pub. JNO. k JUS. C. KEYSER.T.AYVUVX. went tf 9 company, that her-
the government house on Sept. 9.Jt.E.1U Looking Glasses ; which with their former stock will be house will be ready for their reception

lie square)the table rul1U''iuJof1idd services of glass: and it I1TIIE : Hard, ) : found worthy the attention of those on Wednesday, the 10th inst.

Complete brandy,Jaroaira Japannd, ( > wishing to purchase. They otTer for 31 October 8.
china ware; prime cogniac *v* Unit f
sale for Cash Cotton I
fi : rum, Holland gin, tania and Earthen, ) P or 1\ LL those that have any demand

b. whiskey; bbls. of beef mackerel, hours Shoes packages: dark and light checked, against Andrew Allen, as manager .

und corn meal; cases of old sherry and Brushes; of all klads black and white,striped and fancy ; of the uJ Qnian Commonnfulik
souchong and subscriber would respectfully ; rAra/rr"wibe||
Sicily madeira trines; Prints; pleased to send them
1 hyson skin teas; bbls. of common and ptthlie notice, that he has o- Crackers\\1ncborUld Brown Soap ; I do corded and ptnV Jackonets, anew in for adjustment, as he is about to

timed scgar, sacks of salt cases of pcncd the above named house on the Loaf | and elegant I article; leave this place for New-Orleans, fop

boots t and shoes, assorted;gardc seeds; public square%opposite the theatre. His Brattdy Sugar i I do | sattin stripe, hair cord, and the purpose of opening the St. Philip
assortment of macfcouliau, accommodations for gentlemen and ladies ; Street Theatre for thewinter
a complete checked Cambrics
,4 campaign
'. snuff in cases, bbls.kp he hopes will be thought desirable, Shaving loses; ;
& do ALLEN;
rappee: Combs of 1 f aattin stripe and checked pink,
,,s and bottles; cases of' black silk, though not "t'nshlie hat a good eterydescriptton ; blue and lilac Ginghams Oct. 8,1!21-tf
l i boxes liable and feed for horses at hay orgrass Playing Cards ; ; '
U1t' vests; '"
; casiimcrc and mar Letter, Writing, k Wrapping. 1 do superfine Seersuckers, newest, Valuable Property For Sale.:
of! 10 and 10 by Window, \\' -Also a good JJ.\TIIIIOVSJ-;, paper; I
soap; 12 by of here either hot cold baths betaken And other articles hich will be sold patterns ; E subscriber offers for sale and
bottles in hampers;'kegs or nay at
Ili- wine npH
gl-%5, moderate 2 do k | super Steam Loom Shir-
on terras. Aattutt It..ti'.it11ttt
mustard Smith's dagon; \.louJths; ad' at any time. very accommodating: prices, the

{t +r" tiles, bridles; and valicces ; a small assortment He will have an elegant ten pin alley k': \\\\\\\ \tt' & Co. 2 do tangs t Irish Linens, assorted. following LOTS : Nos. 342, 343, 341

of muslins cambricks cravats completed in three days. O/'J2HUr ro ." ,,,,., Cornier tfHAVE JIltA'X' I do colored k black Canton Crapes 345, 346, 347, 327, 328, 335, 336, r,3?,
; A r.sO--'rwo
blank books of every description F. IIATHWAY.Pmsac /lItlo. Starr: very agrcciblv situ;!ltd
f t ltc. : I do Mack Scnshaws and Sarsnetts ;
141* : t.la. Sept. 8-ifsubscriber Gr'lRDE..V LfJTSNos..52 and 53-|tos
I ; bills of ladiitir. qulllst pounces for sale tie following arti I do India Levantines, assorted.
} : glasses, &c. Also,an cjxCellnQU w tits feet front each, and ITO feet depth, Nw
i t pocket F S do domestic Shirtings k Sheetings; south from the
famtl ing spring. For
t t A IUtAS1"and a convenient ; ., ot1CC.9I'tIIE .7 Bis. beef and pork; I do do Stripes k Chambravs; and conditions terms I
apply to
COCA7.VG STOVE.T. do mackerel anJ beam ; I do tow priced India Muslins ; .
I 4 it.V.. offer their crvic< to the his do whisky k :\. Orleans molasses; I do Bomb&ictts, assorted. Pensacola P. ALBA.
res- 8 tf
presents Sept. --
.1 public as to the inhabitants of Prnsa- do sperm and lamp oil } 3 do ?!, f, 1, II k 1,1 Rose Blankets ;

r Ship Broker and General Com- cola and its vicinity and tenders his Dozes eider, port and claret wine ; 1 do Osnaburgs cotton Bagging; 111ltltt\. 1

IIlRSCm .Merchant sen-ices in his profession as SHIP or do Cherry brandy and sweet oil ; I do London Pins, Nos. 4, 4j k 3. 4(1)( ,
t do cardies and chocolate I do bbl,. prime Herrings,this
sperm Vmbrellasgreenbluekcrimson year's ,
\r rrThey will pay particular alien- BOAT BUILDER, and in all its various ; ;
} dun to the sale of branches-and hope by his asst-- do segars and nests of boxes ; 6 do gentlemcns's fine and imitation run,may be had on early application.M'EI.'EE .i

i COlJ.\.TIlY IJIlfJIJVCf: ;. dious attention to business and his utmost do mustard, rose and peppermint Beaver and boys Huts: ; k FERGUSON! I
cordials; I do mock shell, k side Combs August 13.
, Pcnsacola Sept- is-ifJOHN endeators please, to merit only high ; "
4o garden acids and fish hooks all Superfine blue and black, second and LUMHEU. I
f I such paf'onage a* an experimental
, C. CItA'r .onJ) & ( 0. will dcsettc. sins; low priced Cloths ; timber (

: HAVE arrived from New York. knowledge lie has built in almost all pans of the Bales Batter of hops and tobacco; Company flag, bandana and real: madras SQUARE all descriptions; ; I
a of SHOES, and Cheese handkerchiefs
' fresh supply among ;
United States, and has ghm gene:+ial ; Pickets ; a
r i ; which arc satisfaction and has visited this place A general assortment of shoes Etc.Pensacola 1 1 black, 4 crossbamtl and f damask! Shingles, Sec. J

N Gentlemen Morocco, fine and coarse i well recommended-and hopes to become August It-tfJOHN Silk,do.Imitation 1, -For Sale. by the subscriber.: 11

BOOTS; : useful-and at all times will be (sA UN i F1- madras k printed Cotton,d d. R. CLAP?. c

Ladies' kid Boots and Slips I Mo 'Happy to serve those who will be so tot tx'STORK ran sttt, White and colored bordered Cravats Pensacola. Aug.. 35, -tf
and leather Brittanias --- "
roco good as to favor him with their cus CoRr.itc; Brandy; ; - 0A
', rr 'I i >i isses and Childrens do. tom. Holland and American Gin ; German checks; T\u; S\J\BCl\\l\O;\\.

. '' ', ,"' Together with Shoes of all '!df' cri". With respect I am your obedient Old Whisky; Linen and Cotton,do ; F> EGS leave to inform the Public ia f1n

tie tions, for sale opposite John Cxr aicr's. servant JOHN S. WILSON. rilLitcWir.c Vinegar ; Italian and sewing Silks; tB general, that he ha* commented "

1j r.uction store. Peimcola, Sept. I. tf Pensacola, S pL fe-if BottH+ Cider and London Porter; Italian Crapes; colored! Sarsnct and SADDLE andHARNESS makinr IIh.

ti wftAmerrW.rf/.f.V rAKXUM, P. S. lie is desirous of entering into Porterln barrels; Craped Cambrics : business in all+its branches, on the upper h.w.

1 For ladies uid gentlemen shoes, bar copartnership with some gentleman of Freael Pickles; Black and white Silk lace Shawls: ; part of :Market or Palafo streets, h.d

+ nets, trunks, Sec. will shine without polishing some capital, or to form a company to Philadelphia: Soap ; tatties white Cotton Hose; r where he hopes by his assidicus attention -

; -Likewise, ", carry on the business. He also will establish Sallad Oil; Sprig, Lcno and book Muslins ; to giA'e general 1 satisfaction. si

.' BLACKING, a Blacksmith Shop at there is Long Cork Claret; Gilt cot Buttons; PETER II. STEELE. qlCJI

r{ ,ForGcntlcmcns hoots. and shot a gentleman who came on to this pan Prime Bacon Hams; Patent UntIl Threads, Tapes, Cotton Pensacola_. ,_Oct.3t..
; OFFER my professional- srnicse of the country with him, who is equal Nonhirtj Oats ia bands : Balls kc. &c. -JCST- RECEIVED- toof
:iI' in his and will bethanUul Fresh Hay 1 case plated candlesticks, caster
and Councillor &l to any profession, ; Per schooner
as an Attorney Emeiy,front
and bottle coasters I do. Lead in bars .II1t'za:1drifl'l sc
Macko-el 1 in ; ;
all for their .
., Law : my office is near A. Collins Ho- to ; and far..tlr1 tAr subscriber,, L,
do. all sizes
. Heavy Cotton I Shot in bags, ; 15 keg I
td. shall attend the courts in MoV.lc, patronage.tL Bagging.15is white and red Lead ground in Oil ; 10 C D barrel Flour la.
Claiborne and Conecuh '" new suitable for
BLkcly, Fort M.
r :
do. his
Nails, 4d to rod ; 13 M. DutclQuill' families
,111 the state of Alabama. LAW Imo h KC.ROtVN'S l ,
50 boxes English, Crown Glass, yotli
; 10O kegs Crackers .
I of( Civil ;
about Law
the am Laws fir the to Jrcpue State of a Alabama r. u.V. GE1t1\\S\\, !.B Blake's Chancery, 8 by 10 Glassware, 10 by l:, and 12 by 14 ; 10 casts 50 boxes Meter Segars, of good su'
decanters, goblets,
Markrt ArrrCORM.R /, quality,
which are now in force. Proposals for Philip's Evidence,
which will be shortly circulated. NttttCtr' AD :meta: SILCD tatrs ttrpon' wines, Tumblers, Salts, kc. 13 crates: :25 barrels. Navy Bread, alai

JOHN II. CHAPLIN. HAS J.'OllS.\J4g. 2 Setts American Speeches, 2v. Liverpool Wart, ritntatnin:?a genera 800 vri. first quality:. Hams. : '

Pensacola Aug. 18-tf .\ GENERAL .\ ASSORTMENT OF Phillips ReerilectionniCurran, assortment ; 80 barrels Philadelphia JNO. k JOS.. C. KEYSER. tim
whisker 5 casks superior Lon
CtlAPLlN Kid and Morocco and Cbil. rye ; qr. October 8.t.JOtiN .
of? c. JOHN II. Phillips' Speeches, don particular Madeira Wine, imported am
Sept. 8-tf .duo.for tIlt/lr /lr't'Dr. darns Boots and Shoe Memoirs of Napoleon I IB 1818 ; 2 do. London particular GARMEIt, his
!i Editors of the Cahauba, Gentlemen's fine Boots and Shoes. I Sen FratktiVs Works,
7Thc, Teneriffe; 7 Io. superior Claret Wine; AUCTIONEER k COMMISSION: :
r Huntsville anti! Tort Claiborne papers, Boys fine and common Boots and Christy's Late War ia Coa da, boxn dt). 1 j demijohns superior old wri
insert the above three shoe I .Sett Gc-khmhh's Works, 5v.nre MERCHANT .
art requested to Brandy 15 barrels cider saccl
: Cognhc ; : 2
; his services for
the sale of
I tin+c', and forward their bills to this Gentlemen's fine and common oloth-
office. into New Spain, Oil; 40 barrels New England Rum 2C Country produce ted
; Real and Personal
1t Fine Linen and shirts. estate.
common Breekenridge's of
.. History the war, :hhds. brows Hacava Sugars 3 boxes gra
1'\\1trltcll & "r n\fOn, Hats and Cloth Brushes. BiMroft's ifc: of 1Vashingtoa. ; N. D. Goods stored. tarp
Genuine Cj;pie's white do. IS bags green do. Coffre i Pensacola, Aug. 18-tf
,. TTjj AVIKG established themschcs at Japan BUrking.Which "\. 60 bales fresh Philadelphia; liar Iso ha
jj It Petmrola, tender their servi.v he iffrr cheap for Cdift.IVnsarola 2 Setts Nc=-man's Spanish Die :lacks cf Oats.AND ; UOlXATiO \GljO'V', 1 11

to the public for the ,transaction Sept 29-if. unary, 2v.I ,i' ON CONSIGNMENT, to leave I his city oa 4.1lit. '
of UJlUjS, .1 IHDll'l'sHsic eZ >o. Barrctte's do. 4o.Adas AXliwoict INTENDING for the nor* j, I ,t

(rfiteral Commission Riitintus. \: \ &: ;\\tr u", Cialmers, Disconlses : ot Yurmluvclx : them and'eastern states, offers his pea r qa

I '. Those who rest favor assured them that with every jconsignmentstnay effort - ID m trJ
will be exerted to promote!their interest rrnch end Spanish Testaments, Wardrobe; 7 Sideboards ; Bureaus ; adjust, at the of
.,\0. 3. ('anal StN'rt, kc. kc. kc. ALSO<< 12 fashionable: card and work Tables; seat government j tab!
Theyzcillpaypartieularattcn 1yCIV.ORLEINS, E. M. POM ROY'S 1 work stands: ; 2 Secretaries ; 15 large he will be in the city of Washington i ui
1n.. .VE constantly on hand,a generalassortment MLT.1L1C H.1SOR STRAPSckntmlcdKtd and single fril'd Bedsteads 3 curled during the greater part of the sessioa
; thc
tion the ) of COTTON and :
to of
5j- disposal congress, and of the court
of DRUGS ft MED1C1NES supreme
other '! \ to be far superior to aiy Maple, do. 6 high post do. -"
count produce. of the United States.
I PAINTS Sc PAINT OIL. ever before used in our country, for J\LSO-An invoice of first quality mat
8 r.t entices.Mess Pensacola
-s. Jacob Peabody k Co. Boston New-Orleans, SepL.' 22.- t ilk, low for cash, by PHILADELPHIA CORDAGE, 50 Sept 29,1831.-tt th J

Samuel Marsh, Esq. Sc"-York. vi t'.11 .1N1t SU.1s Aug. 25-tf w. DAVISON.Sc roils Rope all sizes, :and Spun Yarn, 11tttckcufitlne & Call, bt"t1"Ot

Leonard Jarvts, Esq.: Baltimore. received by the schooner Athe. 'V3C\\\ Vo4tcr, Jrep sea lines, hand lines, log k grum- ATTOKMRS AT l.A\\\ ,

Messts. Stokes k Smith, PetersburgVirginia. ,Hate an, Capu Medina, an addition I j ( comrarucetl business in mit lines twine various kinds, halters, "ITTTILL practice in the diffem'T li, wleft

._Aug, lRtl! to their former assortment-and offer llA.IN place, tender their services plough lines,fishing lines, kc. kc. f Courts of West Florida, sod

for sale the following; articles low for :n g cat"nl September IJtrrockel the state of Alabama. ru
1'tl'K! \ 'r nOOK. LOST.LOST .
cash 18d
: ('ltnnitin! Merchant BookON Lost. August .
Mans fine and coarse Shoes
They will make liberal advances WAS!!. L. HANNUJt
from me at the Thcatre, on Tuesday Boys do do do. on contignmenu the 5th or 6th inst. was lost a. cr.ras9i
the 25th instant Black Morocco when required, and assure TILI. practice LAW in PfDS1C ,
night a Shrlmcrdines best Beater Hat sized pocket book, once S
those who my *be pleased to honor them la. lIis.Office is in one end
POCKET BOOK, containing about Brewstcr's do do. red but now so old and worn it may be irty
lixty dollars, in notes of the Bank of do Imitation do do. with their confidence, that strict punctuality fiffictttt to determine its color. The Capt. Seville's house. 11 Ui;

Louisiana, and four dollars in silver. I Cravats, Bandana Hdfs. used will for be observed their and. every exertion 'pocket book contained many papers, Pensacola, Sept.-I tion
will give twenty dollars for the PocketBook White and Mixed Socks, (all valuable to the loser, and none of SAMUEL FRY" fir d
if delivered to the Editors of the HAVE sow rots SALE, much to the &nder-1'iz yourmen
A complete assortment of Clothing, importance ; A TTORNEY AT LAW, nest doe|
i Floridian: ; or any information; that will While Sheetings, g)1) bit..bitk,.; ,three promisory notes of Peter Wilkin- 1 V East of Collins' Hotel.

iff- lead to its reco'ery'I'iII' be gratefullyreceived. Cotton Bagging, 40 family flour direct from the '.ion,one for fifteen dollars,the other two -tf Pensacota IV pitp'!
There arc, also, papers of Broutin's superior Strops assorted Mills; smaller, the amounts not recollectedtwo and ,

importance in said Pocket Book; qualities, 6J a mess and prime Pork; notes of Henry Shepherd, one for rr IIE undersigned, Attorney at LJL was

among which Is a Will, a Receipt from Maloses do. Liquors,ft LimeJuice, U" a Dteri tut: dollars, the other not rememberedtwo will practice in all the Courts lion

Capt. C. Root, fora glsn, kc. kc. Real Havana Cigars, (warranted) 30 Shad ; bonds for making title to lands West Florida. He may be found art'' tioh

WILLIAM HUNTER.. Mixed do do 10 kegs Lard; on the Escambia, given me by lawyer chamber in Mr. Collins.Holtl.. thisto

Pcnsacola Sept. 29-31.f Common do do 10 boxes Cod Fish.; Haynes[ of Btakely-a note for twenty- J. C. MITCHELL; e:

i | *KEN up by the subscriber, north. Imperial Tea, 5 Hhds. Sugar ; Gee dollars given by Morgan to Schru- September 1- -tf Bibleon

A east of Pcnsacola, a red COW, Young Hyson, and Hyson Skin do 8 Barrels Porter: ran, and endorsed to the subscriber by DOCTORHAS llllONAUGII > b(
y masked with two swallow forks and Porter and Claret Bottles, 2O Boxes Lemon Sirup; John DeUny-and many other papers.: 11 ry no
ttinder squares-branded thus SJ3 Claret by the Cask, Chewing Tobacco; Two dollars will be given any one who associated with him in wasthan

.the latter letter not krttood-hu a Ohio and Kentucky Whisky, -1 Hhtts. Hams. rill leave said pocket book k contents of MEDICINE, /a"t
Sweet Almonds 10 Hhds. Molasses at this D. VoorJirrrM.D. Theirshupisttdoor .1 5pokt.
7' large scar in her flank-supposed to be ; office.THOMAS "bt'
London Porter 5 Tierces Claret Wine THRIFT. to the Governor's Office, 1 muchWhe
the dozen
10 or 12 years old,and has now a young by ;
cal r. Blake and Janiou's best Soap, Corn, tlay. Fodder and Oats; they will devote their time to \prO :
lust'rt.Ct.Vt.itUa "tot stile sional business. I IV. t-t 1 he
Household furniture September wtthe
CHARLES BEELER. George Jackson k Co's.o.6 and 10 consisting of ,

Oct. Candles tables, bedsteads Ice.I00 00 IT
bbls. family flour, .. PantiantirrgJ.JDelazzt
A small assortment of Patent Medicine OO Shingles (juniper) expected linecTh
U ntcr 3 \\ne.e.f-s\e.n\ts.. 30 do. second quality do. sworn interpret
very fresh-can be had say IowStoughtoa's In a day or two. 5O bbl*.best rye whisky, BROKERS in Pensacola. TM ed!

ATTHKSIGKOr'Tie&'itoytteri&fiorterttndfnhetun.: .' Bateman's Stomachic Bitters, 50,000 5000 Ibs.ft. lumber.Bacon ; 10 do. gin, office is on the great square) opPs'! being up
Drops, 4l.boxes Cotmtock's cider. he house, .1 .
; r I *HE public are informed that I have Turlington Balsam, Orders for particular dimensions,forwarded 10 bbls. New York PcnsacoljSeptember government 2?.-- 'd J 'Un
JL at considerable expense fitted up Opadeld, to Mi&hs and other mills to be do. porter 'as a
house the bay, for their comfort Lee's AntibUiovs rum, u ion>; 1
my on Dills, 1 do. cordial J. Mo\\trose,
and convenience, where the lovers of British Oil, i uwed.KOTTOE: 5 casks peppermint claret ogers( his sir J e If bynd :
wine, ,
good eating and drinking will find all Godfn ',Cordial RESPECTFULLY Sun( w
of the Land
consequence death of S. D. S kegs manufactured tobacco, as !
tl1f'Y may desire, and At moderate pri Essence of Peppermint. i IN rags, the prosecution of the 10,000 Ibs. best green coffee or; he can produce indisputable tr'I;

eCI.-.I'ri"ate parties can beaeeommodat. ; > PESCAY k SAJAS. suction and Commission business dt.1'ohu I 5 hh'ds. monials of his qualifications; c. I
.- Relishes &t..! furnished HaU scoured sugar ralso :Ue a
te. at and dressed drt
at the the and 1
oa subscriber, who tenders I quantity of LEATHER, suitable act n conveyancer, B
any hour. shortest notice, and la the neatest zaaa his services accordingly.JOHN. for shoe makers. struments of writing with neatness 0 aptr'r SObTW'ITCiiELL&
ner. GARNIER. I JNO. k JOS. C. KEYSER. lispatch.
Pensacola, Oct. 8, 1821-tf I Pensacola Sept. 29-3U j I PcnsscolaAug. :5, II2I tf. Sept. 29.-31. Pensacola, August 1$''

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