Title: The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00592
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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 22, 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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Volume ID: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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f'LU."UJ w'F/.KLY I that they \rrc' .t.s STAI.1., in the same taxes, and his I t
SJCIlU1-\S. by such bad
n y a premise been tnad'e'I irIfave -'slave, &
per annum in adtawe-if the I iho-c IK XC. weir proved to lie inCol. the liarshbrts of the word sad suit
cs a*
.t Ss a' not paid within. the first quaruired. -i Callas a's house." The proof as simply said lu the Gotcruor, tbtthe*are of Qpi I"
ter. 58 will b.. .,( Contmun -I I therefore positiic and complete* that denied the truth of that promise txl !district cu.
o(1IUr'pUol1, at the! discretiont I the paper were in C*>1. lallai.'.*,,*. added that it wu possible I la\&t1 them to the
the Witors: up to the di.cbitb.ei i session, and be was biota calkd upou to hate been mUtaketi, whuh drew raDII j i I And it is
of&11 arn'.rtt;"I. _ ___. _ __ I dt-lher thetu u,,: he *. told tiat an!I I him .i* rxprc M.n of ditpl-asure, a.,ed and !
.. - officer would be sent with some one Ite1 strong tour or r kc, he asked, I'why annulled. a
LU\I5U AJJ\-tKt'Imtt. should name, and bring the boxes, that then sir f"' *
..o TIn: was you not more tan is rridrmtr I*
COL .\...\\A. I he, might open them in presence of lift I wont* whidi prorertJrd VII"jr.lrrtaeI 1i I Ijrrt'e jtntt
1 feel myself called upon by some pob"ihirh Gdternor, and the particular papers,i in Walton of tW moment, vSik he was I|i' furt&rr .
t' ,iunt base lately appeared specified surrendered. This mat .u.II .-'alaiwM IIILi.f with fat{,,*%e these ,tra.r If' .rat
r hI I' :nHer lie charge of ha\'inr unfahhiiicormtly -,a aria tly nude known to Col. C: ltava by'I', word .er' tern aatumtif nistaken, by'i ,,,.ltl"... : ;
f"'I 4nd interpreted beJotenior -II me. and the Govrtuor called upon Cell|! ('. CalUva,and his frittnk, as spoken I I therein .. /
ra.n the ( and CC)I. Callava i i'I' Calla"a's friends, amoti) whoHi was ,:to Mir.I really IrI..Z
tht etetiinjr .f the 22d of August I MrInneranty, who sine -uaiftt-|I I After the lapse of twotf the most = r 1
C\\[ I shall) do this by a plain nairaVhcn -I ed wit'i both !languages, to explain it :. painful hour* of MT life, tie (*o "" :
.1 I tell. I was occasionally aaslitrtf by IOV from his Ira airf rdlletl apart medisti
*' Cot I'allava "t..m1 the .". Mr. Rutlege, and earn pains was U rnthkt Ktlr to stair, that C-l. Call n /a tkf tf ;
,?tt: <' office, on the riming, of the 22d ,J I this part of the subject should be. must deliver the papers o* abide ..u.e
ht, ,i a1 init*d to lake a scat* which I he carly'' t''I'tait2t'd. : IIi"alii"en''N\C'd s eons-quencr -:", it iv %snit tiotc, _''k .. .
,!'i at the table, and fronting the Gutr '- thiu he did uaderstaud it He Wf Mrd'w + called 1 I on the friends uf Col. CaHara, .
;;;,nor, whil 1 seated m 'self at one end -I at he had said before, that br cc ibi ,1,. w'Kitit4 tflt. The (otcrnor then requested, not deliier the ,papers unlesn JiiiimaVd J 1:1. him his %itu.t';n. It Ya Icily exI S.K- :
r'<. to la" to Colonel Callava, that hew or.aim. a* ('onlut*fi uerur bs..ft..j I I i plaineil' '0 him. The sane was teve tirvt that .
: btwii'ifht before him to answer in- nt T', tatat ,bC', ,'ouJd n t be,. itktttlnds rat times irprated* and at length a chtiird by
t, -"ett>ri<''< tour'IU: < ca..tidtJ paers.t at', a prttale. indiiidual, and tint Iwo.j I i blank eommitmrtt* which bad bam arrows of
? ( iirffl eiti drlne'-cfl; at his hous }t4uld bul sac. wfcetber the.\went fo lib!i prepared in r.C' of s -*"ty, w*% rd.A bg lu
j t" iuuinSquta; in aao..$. according iwsses"I..r w not, mhfarriU tale tt ltse1 I:signed, and (.... Callata. a little after ty .! Inc '
i,> the,eotifewon of Sowsa,and a list oft wait a v. iietj vr.t cr !**. coats cowtnutrd.H. Won Jose
t ;'lPf'rt'i{ read. This was fully .i.4s, .nd of itbich I Huerpnti4 a* :l. Bit_XC&EN R1)GE. be.. t beg
<' J'faitrnilh: intei'p'vinl to him, in much as iould: A9toiq theca IK triad rity may be
ihr prr'f'c'' uf Mr.11atlydr& of,)!-. haft| ii' +* oats) jonlf l. 'd by a tn (>izat. the It"(-tar}' uf (..1. Callava, .4' .!.'t.4 ,.t' w1id. 'tint 1 did tat m* natttic its V f ivf..aj; tatrjaent. and "
it.,t 11 of horn understood the Spanish ,a r4.rtl: 'ouapf't iw8tt. tiMUEtsrndt whilst* *all. a w>n me *o appear bow port
a' d fnfilil lan uar''S well. Cot t. M r.1'tuterau rte. .t BIT n-ipuira,to rare .(tint ,-bust tie mastic, will.at of Domingo
j." : <* this rose and after l H)k..Ct1I'1 tan a court !pevi Jly a".:.tr4.try the IJTMtintr, I hope, terse as a sag.trim.tJIE aad tbe
L,N"jtch said. thut it was then "r+ '.'risers of p-wt-scr*. kc.Mrt a nMuii ?f far me ia to tarot". lIwt Ir.n.. \ \
i !,.fV.iliat' at that hour he had bevti viol -J i"''U- to tHe' oHi,arr tn HidaR The ....1 I hal Hf wii.*irt d nearly e,try par- that sa i
; "ntly takvn from his ',uu"', that he I 'e.-h"'r 'II the *ais: nt.nnc. Mats]I ti'II'.r wf the t an art!.tti, of tt. etrn.fat i[in the bua
1 ,:cited jijraMiM the proC'I'dih;. that t;\rn..nd of I'M- ;>aj rr s fey a vmietf wf l I ; of lie .:I nit. dur..! whirl I deeoh'd Sail : :
i. n n js not ans\<''a1ie' as a priiatc ind'*-; '1Iukh pupert U wer coalem laml % .uni-mitut* *wi a rn his C.c4lenetfthel. 'mandrd are
.ual.'I'u this "'uI intrrpturdj; thy sr< und artu-le of the lj 4lf- whim '1 reruoabd i ol. Callara, asides | I. Papers ;
t-*! (.totemo declared that he njuldb : u 4.* r> .t! to hi.,tLd ii was n&4 tf t.. a.To.'itni(; an w"r.%'mjl r* ltite.D Mr. :' Jose Maria ,,
t .1'" no pry tcwt against his autturlty.a' .1 Let, tor the safety or the hai.ass. ttr ket4ridf? m tV arduous ad .tiKM 2. '
'' :!v vttini in his judicial (..uldu.,, attd the proiettiwi of tMrj rlg., teat tt *4tftt of ititerp err, wh'tb. bid I dr Vlle| and ;
;' a*, h- could not know him asrunutiiss'j -I! all ,ax-n n-iattit' to tV pt nrrty of b.-.*n >;'. 3lv! aligned him n tint ; 1. ; ,!1;;:
.:.... jui then KAme the fol Jotting I Utt idu1C! _!" yu >.'.,tti.:>i<''i lu had' just written(I s rrsati.n. m* i. sa loral, ra tea.m ** f.-. !..,,. f.r 'i.f+ i.1.' 'ii.u; tne :<> p'ojHjund it lo Cut.! Cal 1 'lstth idea;: *. wad luau that sv ec%.>*v%. fur t.,ot ifruilrmtn. as well as ttjuttkr fiuilke* and rI'I'j jSiprd |f '
!.4. rid rt'yuitr'.ir 4itIMWt..tt'' .I. i.u uC'. .oftr lr4 Ii y iti tise'u'a. to t'w cause of truth,wrrr 1 to tbbeld ( )
0' v<'rr nut. the pbper mentioned; m aK .pttationrifate ,and vt"1'Ih tentlC.., t.tw' tic ..." twn rrom the dia.te ex-
:.("ule handed to you by II. M. IlracLi"i'd7 -i and pn '.olse.omittr.! .'., .N:.a ,tf iV U. which tnis> .'M"ftta-
alrade of the uf\'nuco-1 I'te M* "t:tr prior1ly tw apaetdts .f t1.tass, a' ...It.Ifont., they arwa1'iindel. .
L. h\eied d by Domini ,usa at your C'J,1. t .11='. to ttAnd ,e bye .We. h.". IrairH from him. lilurncedlhre -
!.rut,'. tlil'! day th An'.itme i'utlarat.r .. w f Nlu"a, load atbd hI., \y ..wirirralit, I thiri myself.\VeitIlcforr r .
'': :' Mai , the da><" Col. CAava repeated in i : ,'xprn.-.iw.a.h..br. sot d.. "lf. iba mt frrv'nal onmratitt ealtSr of l'e'b
tu's<>t.ii< i- the sime oSjfctiono; he had : \'En.! a t wn',iftttMi lirtttirea Mm vwi I tathrsar 'I' 'ra'r ail the material Merced \-
a!,*...). made, but with nio v warmth: s, to wttbdnw use rvirfrlaces i p.Nats ..... racrd in the tlatentetita age anal ., i
and molUUy of language'. After onic i iti I tht> rtjcht of property tegnieed f WI :- '' .. aid hat in the interjt"tili** of and ,sags->
'e pjtbt in this "ay, he said lht he si 1uals--which I .C\u I as lrr- 'I'the tli w.%.iQn i whir h UN>< place on the Maria \ .
mass \u1d; to romputsif'tt, but woutd strud and ..I.H i' c,ly in his own language, with .I' rt.II (,ol. C aura, toomt, aui the a proper stress was laid upon the'I.*>ft, t
1 < own hand, and in his U1I'U'Q\'.- %t ard', l'alharat btit wideb.t01fg tfit ***.:* fv or what was said by the parties tonal estate
\1 i inik being granted he began to .r 'ac suite '.awtWiI. as.be. ,' respe-thelr, attended however. Hy .The ,. ;
*' ;;i'jbut after writing a few words,4 'uuura *:tny .lcr.ritiw'4 Mf .-.1w a'so;ta-de dsrv5faH of ummfwrUJH drt will of her s
i,;i that his; eye* were weak, ami prayf .1 iftnotiittig J in tnlabtata tos."' .TIr fttfirnor .,.a.d of the r ct import of forcible the .J'i
o ;!:4t his serivtary might be penr.Jtti -:.' did at one tim tratfei MU ftlje .1 _,. the use .f w.CIa was in alt ratal*, and
: : 141 H tf' for him, w'lkhlftdi1r fart that the Utaa MUrf paprr prubat "tf, dictated hy mi apprthentams. ,Hereto, .. (
:.-atit 'd. lit' then prc ftrcfd! to die- or Vidal; had It<. W liiftawa t'Ofdeted fron the
t.'" ItJ1r.. Cruzat something in tlw to be rektitvnl l. die t4Cat' n. .\. t1UTIJiGC.1'eeaaeJt,3 having barn
".ap- of a protest, *'a preliminary, a, fro'n ta'|"fic s a% V J., .41thry )1' $/d. tail. toithdrattn
1 uii'lirstOod, to his anh\tcrittf the badf n alle etl lo have burn .tit Leased M1
s'i 1 s'ion.\ After wilting the or sixL t i this expres ion had lib 11. LaC4. /.f ir it fir o H r. / to the a. "
.: \. lets, otyset'a d '". II. IHjflow.I' 1. t'as11ai. and as. I was tut Bnrtitia s- is \.: OF M.\VCS, -n 1 I\-RR' compel the I
1 .', wl{lto happened to l Itc standing agar 'ly called upon to iaitprrt 1L: .. (, that he it miidrr if I k l.ha" irrlaiit, Hrrf-.
"dIHr. was dtrtatitig aTilt plied .' IHT a sr' y apf* *>;ir brlinr
Vf" '. {;u\l''nor on tYi: ifl with 4-Hn-d h.',e. it *. wit ffmiitibtitcs itopispee Carrul. fendattt, and .\. llthrs, her to
II !ssdrralde: tt artt th, ."t '\"hlC' on thc ; tbr ffkn ,;',11'. .tad iddlt'. 1I1Jt, hu;<*< :f lo mr,j i 1m drat 'ha'e trt. tatrd tVevart w.r4t .l/a/anrt J"fi"": J.I;x! .trid. city of this |
rar4: "wfc* do you nut tell him, sfr.th.t .I if thr had I ssuo,utpruaper'. tnulaldri'd Tus case the Lot decried at fot-teHsvts to
I wilJ u
-\' "t:1'ji4j intii'J'il h a rejjri-j;juiM I I. a hi jH $?* of #* tnj jnic. I M In this ,twit, which was .. r erdbf restore ihr >I:
and tome rut kufi'Min Col. Catiava't s .1 i., hay'Wr.s 44.W tw attars J attar Sn r-tii. two slaves lute bcra sion- that
proceed ;n this *a', w'n he ! J)' to'dt.ikt:; sin'i a toursr I I eta raIrrs.ume of asta : .1'lulit.c.a.i lint, aid air rlaim d by Andre* Hynrst ,,Mast the
*''uld not tar 'H'arnuiUt.d.vlutad Cal- C flat. who hat! rots'14'1 the it.JI as IW-J. fnif to hiM.In twiih the
1; .t.htI.Mopped, and lair wVictaryj I : i of t'..., ,as-r r l.... :o,. die,L'r-1. sul,1.'#*t if his claim be "fcis in tv'r of
Iff.: utTwtitiitr in the nuudlcoflwtd.1 t 01rato' of,.l.i.. lh'1' 1..'! b. .u rtiW-arr, a Hilt ol sale from tilt drFendatt. -,dt'neat
I ,..s n'i* tailed upt ti to | ut the itaterr I $,srt n 4 kodcetinrh ukro, at isrratr psia i, the fairnrs Aid t.iHlln'l of-bef rr the
? '.'01 t. inf: to lay ti..t nude hut a.+lir .a: r'4sl twarr w 1..1 stx'1 1a1r' trisslsM bruti which sern not to be dt"'**4ud, Me it .ftVmanded j
'. "tad )jxj)ititr answer would f.c re-; *'tllni)* that t'icy! s ,.wadbe liA i*the. does not intirar that the salt was ac-(informed i
(< \('d.1 I .lIffi "i'OU \1 t. (.Z..l toat c<<.nt's now that tVy Lad onne into,I jromauieo asa delivery bf the iroftert them op
.t l In intrraartin.-} ,." ting {,+trt UJ".; 'lit. l'tt..,*iut1. In f lir CWHTM: vf tkrar } -.id. I them lo .
i II" t that Uifte 4f1J.uht' tH' ttv tsundrrst.ndih : t rrttark*, the (t.tertior rewlitHleil C.t. Their *s a,rotid" in tW civil code i terwards te I
-1ut! lit" c'i'Jt"4J.: TM"ur,. : a, of Ills wui.t; n |MK rr&l.lt1 to the tradition dclttrrj of a copy of I
tai u',, rep<*utid m tJwse! wot ;"Cfid."r cuss H to del'urr tote papers to .CI.on site, which Male th.t it may take by said Can
lid tot JHjiii-,> ti',usa deliver at itatlcr, a Ht bring .rrs rie4 I and I place either hr real delivrry made to should only |!
tcu'' tlftU'It", thi" dot' tis. !.61V-rs alrute1Tiriton't 01 finding thrut itt the laors-tote Col., tbr buyer ur by tnr mere consent of prices or 1 I
: anti ;of %0 uhrrc ate tbf'\f" C J Itatar.u'lairssed"is is falve'*--weanint the parties wbrrr tnr sale mmtions that tial person !
P-'ltt-rsnyH :" Thii rjuention, :vas full) ; that he had never nude any wellpfymiw Cit thing has brew sold ami dcIUcrrd. tbrm but I I
Mil faty explained to t, in. Mu. h ; I am informed that same uf, (Ser the rode, p. 5ia, art. 2S.) The act expense of I
*.* "kid Hy way rnrircinglhc quevtion the bystander* iMoo1., this exclatnatt : of sale produced by the claimant contains mean, as : I
: oa tinow suit und of the objecfcoas .,n, *uH that surneoftbe friends of Co*.' no clear expression of such consent hundred pa ,
'oanvcriii'; on the ut+wr. all of ailata: hate found fault with me fur I between the parties to thr deed, as per. The
that'I dii not think m)'*<-] catlflJ uponxpLin n to ; and in fact it Uu not 1'0'- uiJ'ia the "''If. then; was coisalcr- wanalh lie. dir rr t! The expression was applied the slaves'were not, at the time of executing I knowledged
On 'Kith' sides, and there was firquent- tujwe; with what )testtr Id the reader the 'sale in actual possessionof three price
') nut sufiicictit interval between what jud ,'e from the fallowing farm Towards tie tenderb-at arisen board a keelboat being copi
*M said to enable me to contry adore the lose of the lung c...nu"nationwhicb f then desrmdin the Mississippi.accordinK states that
t.1n the substance of what was thus had taken place bclwero Col.Hutler t. the testimony of Green,a property in
Ken by way of argument while and Ur. Dronau;h, the same witness in the ease they wrrr on board ana and 'W
mush|' of it consisted of repetitions. evening' with Col. Callata, at his own the steam boat Gen. J.c kson. If hired enable her
JHm at bit Co! Callava found that house, he said at least such was tnjr uu- this sale is lo be considered as a under the
ouldtiot be permitted to answer in derstandinj, that if a list of the pipers contra, entered into and completedin
tll.'' manner he thought proper he dc- was furnished Him by (:* Itutler, and the state of Tennessee, (which ii by Strom ."
dld anl"'f'ring at JI. they hiouldwfovnd in ttf 6rr, kew no reran clear) we hate no evidence before me } I
1 be strH and, Fullaral, was then call- ittl; drtirjr firm, but as Col. Cutlerafterwards before us of the Iff forf t and must Aas"'t. -
JJ.""P' and ( ol. Callava objected to'his tied to me, when I returned consequently deride the ease in conformity II.
'hJt examined, on the ground that be with I'.. list; /f'I"flfQ"J.J sf bear .,1:10 with the law of this state, where
**. not of Mjflici'nt atjc. Some time ''patrnrnadsoer. It i* possible that I the:|>roperty is found and tbe suit comiicod. -
*al also employed with this cvaminaht HM tt 1,ae been m'-Maken and it i is t ." In doing this,then, thtre is
he ans-a ered,that the boxes spoken eiiu! |,ovki1.le that be may hate forir liitr difficulty, if we adhere lo former
of'If Sousa, had been delivered to him, tten at that tiotnent to have added decisions in similar eases, where it data ,, /,
and ,sitar then in Co,. caijav. houM t' ose words. This is certain that every has been established that before actual Agreeably
The C;oternoraftrr the close of Tul"rat interpretation was given aloud in the delivery of the thing sold, they may Drackenrid,
testimony: said in a very delit- prenenre of persons who understoodIvmtlith he attached by the creditor of the srller. Pensacofa, rate4' impressive manner, "tVat the and who ought lo have corrected HerMartin'* Reports, p. Stl.Duaafurd davit of )
Papers* had been seen in the me, w-'ien rep-ated those wordsto T.. syndic of Brook, and 4 she has
tf'Sousa that Sou.a bad. acknowledged the Commissiouerw When CoL do. p. 22. NorrU **> l-h lf0t'4. Cot Jos*

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oY the court for the county of nsccrribla,1'i J as I have observed the soil in general tbenre said to double a every three yean. score ship sent by the Pacha, of Egypt -* papers of that place three days ,
David Shannon, csqvirc; President of very indflfrrrnt-six mile below, a TII( country i* also well adapted to had been defeated by the iieek than hate before been received I
said court, and Thomas Brownjohn ]point run out and conceal*the Barran *Hc|>. At this season of the year the squadron off Candia, and nearly all the po.t. To our correspondent ,,5
esquire, accompanied by II. M. Brack-cas, on this (point a signal staff i is placed apjtarance of the tcgttaiton i* almost vessel destroyed. ten, Messrs. Russell & Gardner ., ,"
enridge esquire, Alcalde for the city of and is risible from town with the as Jar a* in the spring, the verdure Uas&esh An earthquake, accompanied with a indebted for London Timesof;tfc/,*
Fcnsacola, to excrete, and report Inwhat naked eye. Three mile below U the i and the wood are filled with violent hurricane, destroyed 1400 houses of August-one day later than i'
manner they had executed the I fort St. Carlo dc Barranca, situated i ncjCfSt so that whether in spring; orlasiamn in Bucharest: and crushed many of' nd-containing an account: betel
i same, who made the following report i upon a high 1lufl"br cliff The ground the name of Fiomo is equalInappropriate. : their inhabitants in the .ins-a storm :occupies five colurns, of the prop.H lt;
thereon+" In the execution of the a- i in the rear consist of the most steril J): of hail followed, which killed !several the r uncral procession of the QIa ..h I
bore order, we, the undersigned, proceeded ]pine woods, and yet in the neighbor-j I t I IKi' __ = countrymen in the fields. The Turkish i Harwich, and the embarkation of t
to the dwelling of Col.. Callara, i hood of the fort, J2tdmt"J't'tablrs appear XKtVS AUT.MKNT.Nr.wYonK soldiers! seized with superstition, corpse on board the Glasgow frigau
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and having opened a box containing ] to do well, and every thing that is September IT.Oy cried out thc infidel Ypsilanti, whomwe Some altercation,it seems,tookptr'
i papers, found the documents enumerated planted] thrive The enormous live the ship Importer Capt. I."... ar- seek em earth has ascended to the at Colchester, between the Queeo'e'
in the abort list,(which accompanied live warrant) and after tar !form an astonishing contrast to the apparently Patihea, Cape Eldridgr, and :Martha, I'rd agent of government relative
king them out, again closed the said ; wretched soil that produce CaL| Sketchly, both in .*> days ru.i OF WAR. the inscription plate-some of ni ;
box,, placing a seal 1 upon the name-- them. The fort i commanded by two :i sagtfrom Liverpool, London papers to The following paragraph appears ini i friends of the Queen having snrr>
We now deliver into jour excellency" points, one lower down on the bay,and the pth and taverpool>> to the Uth of the New-Bedford Mercury of Friday I j,tiously affixed a plate upon the h
possession the papers: and document the other directly out about half mile. II Augut Hate been RCe ud. They contain Iron bttvttn //*..ia and TII' t'J-l not authorised by the government,,?
as before enumerated." Frnsaeola, Au- On one of these:, General Jackson, in touch interesting intelligence respecting Capt. UQnbu. of the brig Brnezct who which was finally taken oft "
gust 23d, 1851. Signed, George: Walton ,] 181*. mounted a *iev..*rfrr, and !,il f Secretary of West Florida, John 'with this j.rwtdetlf Aefifry, attacked.' In the Martha, came passenger, M. St. Petersburg,informs, that three day cas in London. The Inquest fo
Miller, I). Shannon, T. llto"nrjolm'iAddrrued \! the fort. On the other eminence, a* I'f j Roux de 1-iboire, bearer of dispatches: before he sailed, a note from the Prime tae of Honey, returned a verdict p
to his Excellent (irflt Andrew already stated, about half a mile from from the Finch government, supposedto :Minister, addressed to the merchants: ,'justifiable: homicide and the othtr J
Jackson, Gotcmor of the Flori-1;, the 'bay, the troop are now employed contain: lie<< long expected treaty of was publicly read in the Exchange, stating -1 oriental: death.-Com.rfv..
das, &c.; Whereupon the undersigned :( in erecting barrack, being within a ,commerce with the United States. that war had been declared' against The King's public entry into the (V,
L ordered that said papers be, and re- ; short distance r main in the possession of Col. George,,j; spring, for which Florida UsojuttlyI heft his pake on ihe Jlstof July take care of their property. 17th. The particulars of thisfm/0,2
Walton,Secretary West Hoiida, and celebrated. The part of the fort occupying on a visit ItJlfTbnd.abouItMtitnrtlae' ceremony arc given in the Dublin Xfo
by him to be dclitercd to !H. M. Brackenridge -*' the summit of the bluff,i* but Quern's indiipmition> commenced. The IIAI.TsRi? Sept.. II. ning: Post of the lath, for which ,
Alcalde for the city. of Penta- mall, hv no mean formidable, and populace fulowro shouting God save Arrived?, brig Trident Barnham, have neither room or inclination to r
'cola, for safe keeping, 4aking his receipt when dclirered to our troop, wit in George 1\'. Tie same evening he New-Orleans IS days.-Ixft; brig David hli h. It is said his Majesty appetd p
for the same. I very: bad repair. The water ',.ttI'J' i is slept on boa- I the yacht at Portsmouth MoFTut, for Phtlad. next day \\ it- in excellent: health, and tea in t.rCtt1f"J:
M A The officer of the day, o\cr ,the a much more coniderable work-with harbor, and the lext day the yacht [i t (Ham, GHpatrick, Bostonin 3; Williamk : spirits. lie was met in the city ftl
guards of Pcnsacola. Captain Wager, the exception of a few piece, t.e ar- sailed with the accompanying fleet James, do. in 8; Fabius waiting; by the Lord Mayor Aldermen, tc
f will discharge Domingo Sousa, Col. j tille-y i i. of no value, and the car iagrs toward C.we*. The new of the Fanny Davis, N. loading. Sailed whom he addressed, and expressed t
Jose Callava, and Antoine Fullarat,Col. !'i are so rotten, a* to be entirely utfit for Queen' death reached him at holy from Balize 22d Aug. in co. with happiness he felt on entering his g",,(
It Callava's steward, from the custody of, u e-A ball ran with rase be Urown head. The !ollowiaIt'ttt"r was received brig Juno, for Philalt1phia..gust and loyal city. lie was thrn addrty.
the guard ; make known to them that : across the point of the inland tt Sta. in Logdoi the 11th of A 11111 It. 3mb, Maianzas S. S. W. 23 mites, 5 cd by the Recorder on behalf of
I the papers, for the non dclhery" of Rosa, the distance not much exceeding I wIl9l1llt,... n."e1 ewenMX, dr o'clock P. M. brought to and hoarded city.The
which, and contempt of the orders of I' a mile and an hale 1'ltrre.u formerly .'d<< -_The king messenger hat ,,1 by>> a schooner under tugatt'tt'lC'orun, next day there was a grand
the undersigned; they were confined, a work of some importance, ot- the brought the nclaBchotf intelligence of captain: and 2 mm detained on board view of all the troops in the gartiso
are in custody,to he handed over to I and it w ill be at Pheonix Park.
my point nec* ary in repair her maje ttdi,w>loUon. the schooner anti 8 armed ruffians
II. M. Brackcnridge Inquire, Ale aide it, in order to render the: entrance |terfectly His majesty yacht is now preparing took possession of the brig who immediately French papers to the 15th have bert
4 for the city of Pensacola, for safe keep i inaccessible. A light house to get otii of harbor. The wind commenced with breaking open received in London. The intelligent
ing, for the benefit of the indh'iduaband ought also tobeeo* truricd, (rat present tontinties wotrrly, but the agitation of t:|. trunks" chests, tellers, lockers tearing f om Vienna, Odessa and Constraint;
their rights that may .he concerned, notwithstanding the facility of entering tW ea has abated. It is i understood> to !I If) pieces the ceiling .>f the cabin abusing pie were still of a warlike character.*
+ making them subject to such costs as the har-horthe master .vessels l 1)1 e the lin; *'. intention to sail with the the crew, all of which, except one The Gazette de France" contains a c the said II. M. Bracken ridge, Alcalde not acquainted with the coast are apt first rind for Dnbfin, but ta land in the I or two at a time, they confined in the: firmationof a revolution having tile
4 ra for the city of Pensacola, may tax against to pan the place' without knowing it. most private manner: possiMr. It i i.* I forecastle.' A Thomas M'Waiers place at Rio de Janeiro. A vessel lat
.. them-Then conduct Col. Cal From the height of the Barranca, fart Hi- sad that his majesty, on hi* steerage passenger,) they !stabbed i n arrived at Havre from Rid with son,{
1 lava to his house, examine if the two there i i. a fine protpcct, whose sublimity arritj i in Ireland, will repair immediately -I i I the thigh, and hung him by the neck particulars, by which it appn"tc;
boxes of papers remain scald, leave i is heightened by the swelling and xi the Phrnix I'uk, near Dvblin* to thr fore-yard till nearly dead. Next to have been effected without n-uthtiif
1 1 him in 1)05."ss'on.ofth'm., and dismiss roaring of the surfion the outside of fit when he will remain private uutil 1 morning robbed us of 3 boxes I baleand ficulty or violence. The Hereditm
the guards from his JlOu l""l&nd'l't"pott It Ok'. ,Below the fort i* what i i. calledthe after Ire majr,.iys funeral. :2 sample boxc of lintns, ,ceJbS'Rn.: Prince had been deprived of his hr '.
the same to the undersigned with this Grand Lagoon, spoken of a* the *'*.Ad lmouth has artivrdand ha* ed to '\'. 1.. Schmidt; I box merchandize dents but was still allowed to retains
', order. mean of connecting the bay of Pensa- had aprirate i interview with the king to Messrs. Campbell and Ritchie: i seat in the Council of Regency.:
Given under my hand at Pcntacola, cola with the Perdido. The distance It ('0; broke In pieces and partly destroyed .
this twenty-third day of August, eighteen across., according ta a late SVanbhun. U'FAIRS "oTTUKKEV.Thi a package to Mr. S. P. Walker; .fDestination qj (;tfJrgt' the IT.
'4. hundred and twenty-one. .. i.1 two hundred |ierchr*. The following i is said to be the Russian part of a hhd of sugar; robbed the ,ors A passenger:;, in the Cotton FLm informs -
(Signed) ANDREW JACKSON Lagoon is an extensive sheet of water, : inimatum, aiWres d to the Ottoman eel of small boat pfobh.htools.. and I u* that :a vessel arrived at ?Xtn
Governor tithe Fhridat: &t. tfe.: tfc. but there i is a difference1 ofopinton a* to kortr, and to which the (tran,1SC'h1MI' l I j every thing they chose the captain of York from London on Saturday eua-
c *"; 1.I1t'rtiuJ' ; a sufficient depth for the has refused to give hit assent every article clothing fit for use, ted ing ?2d instant bringing a report th
(No. XXIII.) purpose of navigation. No accurate 1 The Mfenra, Lower Albania, ding, hat, watch, spy glass; made him the king of F.nglaml: had teen snated sau
lie/ton Ca/it. Wager.Pvnsacola and corrected survey ha yet been The4y, the Li Morale of forcer and I1 nearly destitute; threatened and actually in Ireland by a person Hatred
,..\\I g. St, 1821. made of this part of Florida, and i in the isUids to remain under the sole got a rope ready to hang him, to Mclniyre. On Sunday morn.nt It-
r Sir, fact scarcely ol any part so that no reliance reigntyof the Porte, but free, and onlyoecupud make him discover money all of which 'fore the Cotton Plant sailed our ir.lor-1
have the honor'to leport. that yourorder i* to be placed on the map The : by the Greeks, who arc: \sty they had: already found. Robbed lIes mant {." from retry:
I of yesterday, directing the .re' Perdido or lent river, improbably so form aJptC'f"ntntt similar theSwK William Uri1; *, (a Baltimore pilot,) respectable perms who believed it.
lease of Domingo Sousa,Col Jose ( .1- called from the narrow hf'U of its entrance cantons. The Turk residing in these passenger, of his watch, money and [Sar. Rep. 29th Sept.
lava, and Antoine 1'ullanit, has been which i* by two channels, not part toquit in six i months>> ,tint to be allowed clothes, to the amount of san,the mate -4<'. _
complied with.Immt"diatrlyon. exceeding fifteen or twenty ryawls in i Ita Mil{ their property. and crew of every thing worth their SOL"! \ \\ .'\: \El\.\C.\.
the rectipt: of said I1 width each, and so concealed ,by an is ** 2. L'pper; ,Albania Itrnegowine, taking away. and behaved more like -
order, I repaired to the mused ..tt," l I.nttheat |*rrr *i nf !.... .!_" tin t>v.Hi., iii* tips of mount.iiii anlilug devils than human creatures abusing: .COLOMBIAN: REPUBLIC.
calabousc, and hating communicatedUs coast in a boat without discovering these province to the right bank of tke insulting and destroying. At noon
consents to Col. Jose Callara ron them. The Perdido soon widen into Danube, Bulgaria, and all Thrace, to they let .us go. with assurance that f if PAiladelfihia.TriitrnbrriTltebratrrceited
ducted him'to his own house,w here I examined what may be more properly called. a remain under the dominion of the we steered any other way than direct some advices from Caracas,
two scaled boxes, said to contain large lagoon or lake, than a rite, its Turks ; but the Christians inhabiting, to Baltimore they would burn the brigand Santa Martha and Curuta, hut too Lie. !
papers. 'J further attended him inthe 11 shores resembling those already sirs these provinces, to have liberty to ha'>s kill ail hands. When the captain i fur prompt p"rusar-thf'! accounts boa
examination of his own effect*,withthe 11 cribcd, with desirable situation on its into Greece, on the same conditionsgranted came on board his vessel, he had: a i! Cucuta; are to the first of August-COB'
safety of whirh he appeared satis. border For about twenty mile i it to the Turk in the Greek province view of complete confusion, cabin torn gross had determined unanimously on
fied. I then dismissed the guard from preserve the width of three or four *. to pieces..pillows: ripped open, the three points.
his house and left him in peaceful pos mile, in some place* folder, and then .< 3. Moldavia, Wallitl.ia, and Ser feathers, ',bread charts, letters books* Ihe perpetual union of Venezorh:
session of it. suddenly become an inconsiderable via to receive a constitutional government broken bottles old clothes: and 'every and Cundinamarea. .
I bye the honor to be sir, your most stream, taking its source about fifty which shall deliver them forever thing; mixed together. The schooner The establishment! of a republics
obedient servant,, mile north of this place. A western from tie influence of Boyars. These i is about 100 tons mounting one !six! constitution on the fundamental!
1'. WAGF.U, branch of the lagoon approaches within province to be entirely separated from pound gunade. So to forty men (hadtwo princ..ipluoftht'sonrciJntyorth
Capt. 4th Inf. fc Oft day. five and a half mile l of the bayou Bon the Ottoman Empire, and to have a hunches rinsing, in shore,) said br people-and not or states-representation
flit Excellency Andrew Jackson, Secour of Mobile na,. The bay of covcrtemrot under the motcclion. of some of the crew' to have been formerlythe immediately procerri.a: ?
Govr. of Florida. 1' n arola might_ thus be connectedwith taro treat /*.trr.. Ant, of Baltimore manned with from the general suffrage-resta-
a Htflttt Mttee----p ....,. that of Mobile by two short canalsnot Another account states that Russia Spaniards and: Portuguese. Same sibility of \'nts-and the (Itr.
1h'I'i For the Meridian. much exceeding a distance of six require of the I'ortf- morning, they robbed the schooner dam of opinion and the press.
TOI'OjnAI'IIOpposite \', miles. Whether there would be a uf- 1st, The rebuilding all the Christian Milo, Ilatctu from Bristol (R. I.) The erection of a monumental Olurol
Fensacola, nn what Is called firicnt/bjrctto justify the making sucha ::1 churches: that hate been destroyed bound Havana, of lard: sperm candles on the plains of l'arabobo-to comuiemmorate -
Deer Point, there is a small cotecalled ranal i is .perhaps questionable' on account , throughout the whole Ottoman empire. hams, cheese, their clothing, the eminent services of .
the Careening Ciroundw rr't" vessels of the great width of the bay of' watches and spy glasses, and then let the soldiers of thr*country,and their
may lie close in shore,as completely ) Mobile, which cannot with safety be :d1r,That all Christian subject anti them go-but it is feared they boarded: gallant: commander -and to fund
I sheltered as in a basin. Under the natigatrd by the riser British government, two lsraiiEig down could hoarser be opposed by shall be protected in the rights and privilege for her when last: seen. They told captain Cedenio, IJI..(113, and the other brmmen
'I'i wharves were constructed and at different the nature of the ,country it secured to them by the most Rnrnbam they would take: care: he who fell in the last great battle: ,
times, vessels hart been repaired through. The outlet of the Perdido is solemn treatir. shoulij not go to llavanna. The and in the period of republican tri
and even built and launched there., abuut ten mile from .the Barrancas, idly. That a difference shall be made oY the: American schooner and umph.President.
at present, there are scarcely any remains *- and ha nut more than five; feet water on, between the rebellion Grrrk*, and the capt. II, were put in the pirates hold, Bolivar retains his en>i-
of those works-This his ben the bar. peaceable and innocent individual: of and the men in the fore peak. nent station and the disquietude excited
.. during the summer, the quarantine The pine wood on the west side of that nation, and that the latter shall by his intimated resignation had
ground. There were formerly tome the Perdido fie said to be of a superior not be treated like the former,because The intelligence from Turkey continues subsided. The congress; had continued
good lite oak in the neighborhood, but quality. A* far a* my observation they speak the same language, and both interesting! and painful. It in the discussion of the fundamental
it has been long since destroyed The enable me to judge, it is extremely difficult wear the same drcs confirms the previous account of two principles the government, and ap-
place is well fortified by nature, haying to give any general description of 4th, And lastly, that every thing in naval victories obtained by the Greeks! peario have found some practical parts
a lagoon in the rear, which cut t it off the country distinguished by this kind Wallachla and Moldavia: shall be replaced over the Turks. An entire Turkish of the constitution of the L'nitcdtitates,
from the main land, leaving only a of growth that can be relied on withsafest a* soon a* possible, upon the Squadron: including a ship of the line, incompatible with their idea of a safe
high bluff, that commands ctcrf place on account of the great variety footing agreed upon by treaties.It was destroyed in the Gulf of lepanto, government: for a free people. Such i it
around it. On the other side of Deer in the quality of the soil. Almost appear to be certain that Russia and the Greeks captured two frigates the progress! of the human mind, all the
'Point, is the Sound between the islandof every mile square is of a different kind, and Austria hate united their force to and some smaller vessels at the very sciences are flrogrr$ n'e ; that of government
Star Rosa and the peninsula which and quality. The tract of country immediately put an end to the cruel and bloody war mouth of the Dardanelles. In consequence has: been the latest in improvement
Deer Point is the extremity. The .in the ft'arClf this place,r.inb'hi.tC'n 'between the Greeks and the Turk It of these triumphs, new massacres j but each improves hr avoiding .
sound is about forty miles in length, by the Perdido the L,cambiai, i* said that an army of JoojOOO men,' were perpetrated at Constantinople the errors and faults of those
c about two in width, and receives at the a long narrow strip averaging ten mile vriz. IOOpoo.itriah'w and MO/too : on the Greeks, and one hundred and who preceded ; we shall yet have to
upper end, the Choctaw river, or Chac.J in width by sixty in length, the road Russian, wrrron their march for Tur fifty respectable Greek girls were given take lessons frqm those southern republicans
tahatchy, on which there is much good passing along the ridge which separates key. The Cooat de Witgenstcin, who up to the brutality of the Turks; the of the new world."VI ._/ rll.
land, and settlements rapidly (forming. the watrn of these two stream ., command the Russian army of the greater number of them perished. These" '=;;.: --':: .!!!
r Moats of all kinds pass through It, and We find very extensive flats, but in south, was ordered to enter :Moldavia.A atrocious deeds call upon the whole of C\t.11t 1.},B \\1\ () ,
: cross o"crto Pensacola, hose market I general, the surface i il varied. conflict
X agreeably had taken place between a civilized Europe for vengeance and punishment OULD inform his friends and
d lias already derived considerable supplica Every few miles we meet with a pond of body of Russian in passing the Pmth, ; and perhaps nothing short of Tf the public,that he has taken thfHrick
from that quarter. The country j|I water, filled with a close thicket of the and a column of the army of Jussuf the complete extirpation of the race of Store Ware-Mouse
lying between the bay of Pensacola and I shrubs of the southern regions, and the Pacha. It''h mentioned, that a troop Turks will br sufficient atonement, or cj ,ofCOli'O.V
l .. the sound, is in the shape of a triangle,1 I borders surrounded by high gras and of Janntssarie proceeded from Constantinople afford security for the future. on the water side, .for the reception
and very abundantly supplied with I I I a t'arictyofbuutiful: flowers. At more to Bajukdere, and massacred Instead however, of protecting the JJ 1W1)L'C1: '
streams of water; but the soil is of I distant intervals we cross stream of the Russian ambassador Baron Greek* Russia seems only to meditateher of all kinds, where particular attrntica
the same kind with the pine woods in i water bordered in like manner by Slrogoiof, together with several persons own aggrandizement, by? makingthe will be paid to all business entrusted this .
1 general, at least so far as it has been southern shrub and tree, forming an of the legation, bat this need violence: and outrages of the Turk care.
j explored ; for I entertain no doubt there II i agreeable contrast with the scattered confirmation a pretext for seizing part of their Pensacola October 32.- t
,I ore spots to be met with like the taxis, forest of pine This hat At possessions -- -- ..-
country -
i supi Constantinople, every thing was ; and Austria i it said to participate
I of Africa, as remarkable for their fcr-i i ported very large herds of cattle' whichin in confusion-the populace running with her in these schemes. -StirA 1\\\\Ck Sm\U\ft York
c tility and beauty as the surrounding fact, has constituted the principal bout the streets crying death to the art the the detestable! dispositions and I kinds done by E. ROn .
lands are dreary and barren. The' wealth of the inhabitant of Florida, Greeks and Russians," and committing the character: of crowned heads 0.aU ,near Austin's Tavern, like
r island of Sta. Rosa, is little more ;than they have found the business more profitable the most attrocions murder every day. Fnll.lIll1 Gatcttr. wise
a sand bar, with scattered shrubs/ and than cultivation, requiring less Accounts from Trieste state that\ SHIP cj .MILL WOUK;
here and there a solitary pine. ., ,capital, and attended with less t15
care. rianople had fallen into the bands of THREE LATER.AVwlV of every description at ihe shortest notice.
% Between, Pensacola and Barrancas, The stock of cattle were very much the Greeks after a bloody b ttl... *, Sfflltmlrr :I. Any orders left at the store oi
'on this side the hay there are severallagoons diminished during! the Indian war, but From Odessa the accounts state,that The ship Herald, For from Llver- Mr. C. Harmon will he attended to.Prnsacohu .

r of considerable- size, and as i far arc again eucrcasiog rapidly' at ibeAtgcrioe squadron, together with poolj has arrived at Boston, bringing . ..Oct... ..-32.. .IT-;.,"..".:m. *


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Before the Catharine & Jane sailed
QI I from Tampiro, they received Intelli FOR 11.\yo AN Habentlo rtttnido lew Sen iren PROSPECTUS

gence from Vera Cnit ip to the inh The sbuafttiaJ schsooerC111jti'E de t-te Cabildo boy 10 de Oc- I or ANE'"SPAPER
"c.\'n 22. '
-\\on\\\\ St"ptrmbtr-t.he town still holding ru.. tuber, de 1821, ,

correspondent A SUBSCRIBER,* j but closely invested. This, it seems, ,, ,,Capt. Brae, will ""ti..I, un acta deist dia deliberaron que ; T 6efiu6titrd In the rily q/1lfobtlr.flet.

invited Our to a personal interviewVislubiect !, j was brought there lijr a steam boat, on the lath insu For frtMht or passage EN $ los inquilioos en la ciudad VTXOr.H THC.TITU1 THE,
is unexceptionable! his plies regularly between Vera having good accommoUtJons ape de Panzacota titan rtqoeridos de lim-
lead to personal involve--i Cruz and the Havana.touching at Tarnt ply to the 'apt. on board or o pike sas respectivas chimeneas dos I Mobile Co witter cialllcgialcr f I

I Banner may w ehav c no disposition i to pico-The boat was built in the United JXO. k JOS. C. EtYSEIt. teems al met baxo la pena de cinco
I letuntecr in the broils and battle I IJf States, and is owned by .a Spaniard, but Oct. J2, |82t: -!tLOS pesos de malta pot cada tU flue no loverifigorn ,
i I worked by citizens of the United States. j J simUmo U. multa de rr IIE rising importance of the state:

any. I I Our informants further statr,that quc desert remitir'arias ala dif pesos impticsta ii los proprietaries JL of Alabama; its progress in wealth
I of nuriksri1k the" provincial s icrr'u}', Ie Notela, in at ana por cl correct" piedcn deositarlas de dichascasaso qmrn' las and respectability, in which its sea
ocupe poteada
JA"U 1" PLKSVrSCSq.\ the ..disregard of the terms, agreed upon, |. en el de rata ni de donde chimC'n flue prtndiere Fuego, ports so largely participate, notwith '
't has been appointed by acting holds the former reran r't'witidal .QlIformthJqtt'e f standing the severity of the time its
of Alabama, Secretary :!''ofutc titrroy a close prisoner I iguatmtnte t4e minds qve se d et> corrrspomlicnte ;
Governor at least lie is cowfiihetl many advantages, both as to commerce !
to the limits aviso de lo arrriva

$ ,the TAtma* ./ Ktgeri, dec VI.Ltttrfrom I of his A the Putt Oflne shall be mailed weight in the national
may remember that Ajwlaca in his Poe>> rspaeiode sets semanasen el ydio- great
Ytra. Cruz.-By the Cad I resignation: of the sieerotalty to Notcla and despatched bjr the C."". ma. Ittgtes>> f Espanot, para que llegue :scale-are circumstances which can

}rifle ft Jane, of New fork, reported I I expressly conditioned for safe C. NICIIOMS, P. M. a noticia del pwblico. not but bedewed' with peculiar interest -- "

in GUT last, two respectable and lntt'I.1 I conduct for himself his ramUand 1:, topia test, by those holding and pro.

l lid nt gentlemen, who went out and reMrwd :their rflex( .ts from the <3iy of Mexico to .UIl X E'r..on ( 1-\ sli O. SHAXXOX Secrttaris.: fitable intercourse with the state, as

I in the schooner on some! com-i AVra Cruz.Phis it seems has not on The fast siding and substantial well as by its resident citizens, and jus. 1
Jncrml rnterprize, give the 'I ly been denied him.but he required sctvoner 1 o the Patrons of the tify the anticipation that another commercial .

toes! embodied below Their! infrma.j to remain within his dwelling, and "E l\liJl.\-\T, lltmtsville Lnquircr. will paper, if properly conducted,
meet the
information necessary patronage, .
aCIUU"C arc appointed to enforce this
nit 1) to CArL Ciibbes, will stil on Sunday next. THE Editor of the Xnyuirer tenders at least to preserve its existence.Cndtt .
of their The
the length at b that
fi-oiu stay pretext
--: bet, Cruz, their subsequent visit toTarapico had *ome connexion with the For freight or pasttgc, having excellent his thanks to his Patrons for the li these circumstances, and encouraged

Yeta arcommodatiorH,app!y to the capt berth support they have manifested towards by the, frequent solicitations
and their free intercom se_ at if he had he could hate
on board or toT'ITIIEI' the contemplated and of friends
establishment assurances in the
with the most formed no such connexion between several -
1 respectable the
botfc j blares : WATSOX.. -and begs leave to offer of this
an parts as well in other
apology as
people of the-country merchant and period of his abdi.ation and that of his for the
non- of the states, the subscribers
wish leave aprarance paper at venture to offer
to )lnic0-2hd hrbcforrurafter
I others. : VQ :a11C I the lime publication was announced their services to their friends and the
arrived Vera C it
infwrmant at immaterial
Our ruztntHe was entirely ,
I loth "uJeu"t,and remained thenntd and not worth the notice of the im tln- O* bond Mr uA..",,. F rtgrantt, to have been made. Which is, that a public, as editors of a new journal, .
pert wily of the
llest materials of the office principally relying on the exercise of
eLI : whisker, in barrtls
'% the :rd September on which flair K"J'nTlm..nt-rur after resigning;: rye have been
received their commercial
Cod fish in butts although they have experience in one department
sailed l for Tan+picu- They found bis vicermal powers and becoming aIr'au. ; been
ilsrj from N
shipped W'\ork and Phi and that of their ia
thing in that 'country in utt .' citizen he could hate had no Bills. lamp oil; industry
Cure : four
ladelphia nearly months. Our another, to render the
altar usev v
., tonfut" on ; no business doing; and \\ further<< weight than any other private Speed's Spermaceti" : ranile; Press, we are advised, has (owing to a ful and amusing to their publication mercantile and
indiv' Iron
!< stspe'ta'1't.ctchattt* engaged in idual, certainly not enough to justify mistake in our commission merchant agricultural friends.
their families and le Noiela of his I no x S inch sjike;
,rt tiring property contempt own Mobile: been The
) sent to New-Orleans. advantages of a welt
leading off both .by the earliest .mietMuevwice. lUaran1rc--thb. together with the Apply. as aN'''. UV hate regulated
assurances that in '
exertion press disseminating useful informa
O t. 2 2, 1421-If I every
Patriot had manner in which O'Donaho <
A force inmted wasrrpuls -
: shall
be used to correct the error. tion; in inculcating salutary
--- --- principles;
Vera Cruz and were still 1J itt# rrnsetnbering that be was LffD"h to The
ilr .\\\\\un'it Or etfare4s. delay been altogether tee,i in bringing into notice new sections of
1 1.4.t after the ,f | be the sieeror, under the ,
bcfitt u arnica ( flat appointmentof dental, and entirely without our ,country, and disclosing their ..
control resources
yicetGr.O'Uonaho, he ( intov4ucjation 4 the t constitutional king and cones, (;It.1.'1J .\\ITWM1L we trust to the known liberality of i, -have been too often and too ably dis* .

; with lurbidr, which $tr- induces the belief that there mutt lr lli 1i'd'gt our friends for indulgence assuring cussed to require further comment. '

J.ltt-d in an armistice. It being agn edon. something 1 behind the curtain-some them,that we arc prepared in all other. JOHATHAN BATTELLE

that O'Donaho va to be received thing not developed, which, when manifest FIFTH CLASS.SCIIAMF. respects to commence publication. i JOHN W. TOWNSEND.1ugu .

(!it %icrov, and Iturbide was to hare will shew that le Noela hasother Huntsviile bept. 2s.C.tIIAlt'ILt. .11lItZJmtry, .. .t I, 1821.
the command of the ann in chief, bothrciwirtiizuig and further\:C'wto--JH"'h.r"Sew s 1 Grand capital 1 prize t4

the constitution and corljes! to Iar.ate'crrign'y.. His display .! 8100 00 is Sloo/>oo HOTEL, Terms.The

of S| jin. This arrangement, depend ufpatnutic indignation in refusing torecognise I. 73,000 25 port I..NI,,,,,,, uauA V the 1 1t'/lu. .
in. on the reception of O'Donaho iy O'Donaho,may have been all 2 10/0)U.ooo COMMCRCI\L Rr.omcR! : will be

the a,'ting viceroy, he proceeded to tit! assumed, to cover his ultimate object. 5 5/mo tJIJIOO mll r[IIIS establishment. situ published on a large super-royal sheet.
cm ol :Mexico, accompanied by IturbidV. He could not hate denied the authority Ins 14100, looyooo ated cm rlIr liPId .I.d City papers twice a week during eight
., ',,.
'' which has heretoforerpt months, and once week four
of O'Donaho .If a monthsin
where he was promptly rcpuld and could not have questioned SQO 5/XW .
bv'Don rr-r-nrisco de Novell's declarktio < his rredrntUK, unless bf was 101 100 IO.JQO A' a a. a private boarding house, the year, at eight dollars, payable _
having1: received considerable additions half! in advance..
r..M that he would not deliver up I hpslconceiving prediH] )frcd to pro tofancopportunttyaflrde "SOO 13 2U.JOG Country paper once
is now open for the of :week, of the i
ahoEity. ; that O'Donal n I far cavil. The difficultraiv }- -" same size, to contain all '
.: d De Nosrla is 16-4 rites.a317d )'It\LLLERH: kc.-the proprietorhopes the news and new advertisements pubelish..d
hd furhiied( all claim by his assort by not satisfactory. .
tiil\, vmh Iturbide. He held his a". Iiutlm, !,.' was found in possessioit of the lU blt. S $0400 ticket S JOOPOO from his attention to business in the city paper: will be forwarded

t'uriy' l h v' tier will of the people and < >untr\ nearly entire, and the new" vice Ttt lift. R14,_*.ft. t tm /nf rr tJi. and his exertions to f\'ndrrconfortabfe by mail at three dollars, payable
approbation of the loyal ann, ard rot crttaittly had mde the lest compivmiv Prizes only to be drawn. .,cot two those be who may call on him, that he will before the first number is issued; "

lie 'iould continue to huld it. tt'eoJ1li >: arrangrnient the nature of the blanks to a prize. On the loth day liberally patronised. four dollars if paid within sue month;
would admit. w ill be deposited in the wh tl His ftJfraftdfer shall be furnished or five dollars at the end of the fear.JC7 .
in* the( constitution and cones, until I case llyh+ way, the one prize in the best *
sure ether w as sent to it-Ueve him aiM Iropo..rdadjUlft'C"At does not augur of $iOoo; on the 13th day one prize .VuAfr, possible manner. The first number will appear as,
should rome under (psiuspifiuux i cifiv much good from the efforts of Iturbide of gSOOO on the 20lh dar,)ne prize ofSxxxn writ supplied with provender, early as practicable after the first of

.'itiantes- than O'Uunahu.'ho".. a4j -if lie ran be bought over, and as weare on the tJth day &e pruc ofgloioo and an attentive Ostler are provided.WILLIAM November next.Subscriptions.

j 4 Mutt with$ the insurgent rhtefiuhtu'lH.in 4 I toad! rsrry politician has his price, ; on the lath day,one prize firS CURTIS.September for A Commercial.
liurhidi ascertained :* **" and the JOth lo-s-Umftm Register received at. this office.
'!' lfa traitor. On this thrum ; being settle, theaquestiun / ; on day, one N. B. The subscriber
cie.'ruy ictwroed to lira Cruzw'erc ,,, and Mexican independence is prize of is luox' .-I'rizts subject to to accommodate about will be prepared TOWNES k EDGLEY;

he presentiv' after shut himself, ideal and visional*}, depending, in the. a deduction of fifteen per cent. Thirty >f,;mb.r oftbe nest Legislature.twenty HTMINOER their services to their
"$. % nflini; of!' dispatches to the Haa'u -|{beat result, on the will of* man who three drawings. The drawing about \\.. C. JL_ friends and the public as
> and Spain, asking for reinforce*, i Is content to rerivet the chains of Luropean the first week in November. .

1'Iw"h, The armistice being razed, all 1 domination, providing only fort The Cask wilt be promptly>> tranced I'OST OFFICE NOTICE. 1tlliln)1ddion1CrClitlht8..
his exaltation for the /Vfert at either of D. Gluts- They have spacious rooms for the storage
t:-an' vas war and terror. Thus i l personal and aggrandisej the further accommodation of
art-nss there arc thtvc distinct poucrs i in j . rtt's United Stales Lottery OJ.tttt cor FOR public,the mail in future will of MKRCM"DIZM & PRODUC -
Ucountrthe: I<,vitirl.aaotUona"j Tl I II.\Tnr-\\.e understand that of Brim and GaHiemo Pen- leave this Tuesday and :, fyr the accommodation of those

ho-the independent, hurbid(,and th ibis highhJ performance will close the sacola. the hours every arc fixed-thus morning, to 'do, who may intrust their business to them.
"ili of the/ people of the thy of Mexico, '' its being intended exclusively No. 11 south third street, Philadelphia; ) nineo.dock.1-: Sc arrive.onlond.aJtat Their store is at the corner of Palafoxand '

gtuuntecd by the approbation of the '} for the benefit of the Jtamf may Xo. 1A2 Market street. Baltimore; and on Saturday's at six o'clock P. M. Water, streets. "

tail i&rmUeonJa.. otUctnlhj.jfllliC induce the lovers
ii tray itl((Ju.'dcrabJe ttit'J-al. ) "\. It is. said the Musicians re- S\>\ t\i\\i\ Lottery" Pcnsarola, Oct. 22. TO RENT,
though! he has IIM tiled two reinforce1uirtiu ('eive i no other comjK'nsation, for their LARGE and convenient House rI
from IIaa.nna I one wf four.hun..' l lung and faithful MiC'". Being under the authority of the United TO KENT, V and Lot, at present occupied by .3

dvd and fift*', the other of file hundred: \ States, and the Prizes all floating rTillE Store"; Hoove at the comer of Mr. Cox on Palajbx, strecta few doors 1

ECU.-* pdit of theses a rte the troop.i|I };rr"aJ.1nt page, second celumn.{ as specified,offer the greatest inducement j Paiafox: and Inttndant streets, at above Intendant street. For particulars

'.. l evacuated the Tioridas. Suniei\,,, near the top-f r rrndrmfm, read *rr- to Vewdrrsand.kdttnttrrn. Orders present orcgpird by Mr. M'Krnna. enquire of
f:' 'i ttoups and ionic cf the Wad sMencia.' Same column tbirtertttb fote post paid forwarded U the Sbbseriber Also a small house on Inteodant street. "JXO. k JOS. C. KEYSER.

cut.; Vera Ciuz cannot hold otarri from the tuthm-for col. /lmtlrrt read for ticked or c ha we*, will receive terms apply to Pensacola', Oct. 15-JtTHE

J H loner unless' promptly reinfxurd -!1,i.a Call la xa.' thankful and punctual attention JAMES: DE LA RUA.

and provisioned faun the Ha.sa L.M.11tRILD.1t from Fraurob. Oct.lrStt1ttint f\l S.\I.E.

"a, All interrourv with the nrigh-'|, ;, ('tai'wirne, on Sunday \\. (S\1A.TSV1TM .Subscriber wishing to decline '

b<, ;-np t tjMtt y is completely rut off( by evening. 7th inst bt the Itev. Tie .*/f agrmt t* tAr Untttd ii*tts fir Yurmtutfe, &c. Lumber business, offers for S

t.; < :. .'-1K-udrnts--so much so, there Iteuben Sarrold..n"MAM II. PATIOS* the "l1.ft"f"-, TWITCH ELL WATSOX, sale all his ugrrest in the SAWMILLon ;
lu j;'en no nil from Mc-xiro since 1 l;.(a' Attornc)' at Law', to Miss MAMVIltiEtm ::r I). GILLESPIE has had the RL now receiving per schooner 1 the Perdfu'o, called Mifllins Mill, :

) "-th, ex ept what arrived during the!j' '.IN Srttx. pleasure of sUing, and paying moreCafiait ;\. Emigrant,from : cw-S ork,a large sit: two thirds of an undivided part of r .
t.Menrc'of the armistice hurbides' DIP.!)-In Pensatola on the lath /'rise,drawn from the wheelsof assortment of superbit.lIIur.l.rl' the Sajr :Mill Dwelling House, Out t

pose sceihs dlu'%tful. if we must be-j'; insl. Mr. Jules J.ulh"r, fo-merly of different lotteries within two years FUR.VITVRE Houses 'Blacksmith Shop, Carpenters "
l U' \e the i bf his Cambridge, Mass. Though he "died other of Shop, with Tools, kc.-Garden, nine
trprefcefitaliOTis |; "eli than any vender tickets in Amrrica. consisting i in part, of the following! article i
,rnt1-it is said t b .fr from relations, his amiable l dis Yoke Oxen Hones, Waggoas, Carts '
to < composed prin.of The fettotttng are some of *, tizzElegant :!
ci-ii; ; \\ .,hcua"ut."i, Indians and position f endeared him to those '.hojwerrbut them. Pembroke blt'S, with carted &e. tc.c.on liberal terms,either for cash, ;

rfrrofi, badly} aimed and cfjuipj rd. i; slightlv( acquainted with him. 1 prize o rS ioofn 2 dx. of$10,anon legs and castors; short credit negroes, or cattle. For '.
1.f holr B)' the tears of such was his grave liedew further particulars: : apply to Messrs.Wyche .
farce +
is estimated at about 1 2 do. JOJDOO 2 do. 2.u.MI') Do. gentlemen's writing taVIes, with "
thirty! thousand mm. I'utbla is the I ,-. -d. Cmiaieatrd.TJWIUXAU. 2 do. 30 4 do. t MXK book cases; and Foster or the subscriber at . .
pt'a(*itt head of the -- -- II do. S/MTi, 2 do.ftumber. Do. Bureaus and wash the Mill. -
quartets indepcn- ;\\.\\\.\ '1: 2,300 : stands:
drtite. Itur ,idt's force bc..forer"t"i 340 do. I/JOO Dining and tea tables: ,, portable desks; CHARLES )IIFFLl .

lruz "ii' ,'iiioGsiy suu-d, but did not I'OUT OF J'J:SSI.I ..\. Besides an immense of smaller Candle ,und., knife boxes; and October 13-It.
)''rei deer thousand! men. The in- :"1 UU: prizes A supply of elegant carved mahogany; 'V'iCVO tr l\
C. 1 "+td"nls 11I'J.'r.. have .)"ut"iun Schr. John Molly, Trout, Mobile. tf Prbsacola, SJd Oct. bedsteads-.\ho.V ,
6''!' rilENUER their services to the MerJL r
] / STOKE -
rattolefuutiUyrxcrptingthecity Immigrant, Gibbs, New-Y ik.llsperance .
Cor ear.iro, Vera Cruz: ; and Perote a Chattnigs, Mobile, NOTICE.. Fresh Hour. Prime Hams;Shoes;Glass chants' and Planters in Alabama..
*' MIJ f'trttess about fX leagues from via Appalachieola. ltl: subscribers having rceehedJL and Chin \\"ar.indow Glass;Snuff for the sale or shipment of

1'ri N' {'rur,on the road to Mexiro. De ;| Henry, M'Ciuigles, X. Orleans. from tlCittCotiudl the: appointment Salt; Blank Books an Elegant Patent
"(eta was fully authorised to bid defi- Pearl, Cranecw-Orkans. of Time Piece; Saddles Bridles Valises,
and will make Ts
>' r(-to t" UIC'CJtt1cr such advances may he
it }powei-s-from his f t OLE*urn. AQ1 nCDi1Irnm: kc kc. ke.aJT. '
in the of It '\'. Having. extensive necessary. They will afford good and.
pl storerooms
lrapularity city Mexico Sloop Invincible, TamerMobile.Schr. Tender their services to their friends, safe on moderate
storage terms.
'" HI< cevotion of the loval army, said! llsperance, Channigs, X. O. and the public in general. Any business will receive goods on storage. Pensacola, October 13 tf
f t'.' '
d'\::4t.r tilt niifire' ... thousand men. It is John Motley, Trout Mobile and them with will be strictly attended to. ,\' HE SOLO, IRON| FURNITURE, &c. '

111'1 to believe the royalists are in Illakeley. JNO. k JOS. C. KEYSEK. N the 15th day of November next, y
fotre, more partit'ularly as their Herald Munroe X. Orleans O received and for sale by. the
fl/ Sloop Oct. 21, 1tt2f. 9tf at 10 o'clock A. M. by an order JUST
"'"kttdei is said to be a bold and ('n.tt The Schooner Immigrant, Gibbs, master of the Escambia Court. the the cargo per schooner.

";'''*'HR, v *' H must be in force than is of the Ilk Old Rye)Whisky of superior strength
greater about IS miles to the west of PcticaroU on the 16th daY .
Merced Vidal
n".r1t'ttt: belonging to and Sever and
-d, how else is it credible weather halted quality :
rallfu: it'being hazey ,
thil' tif Octot 1821 Palao.
no Lard in
hUI"id Vegs t
holds nearly the vtholej in order to ascertain if they
Snntr}. 11 I'I a Schooner, corrrctly-tle ran"rf'l"d I VN motion -Kruifrrtt, Thai alhousekeepers I P. ALBA.A. Kitts of pickled Salmon :
() were steering in the of Pena COLLINS. Barrels of
lanai ifltmJt'nce; had scathed she bound to Pensacolawhichansisershrtwierrepeated. \ / > City Mackerel 11 .,
'rya Cruz of a battle bttuecn the ,, was The cola lie required" to have their cfcira- Pensacola, Oct. 2-.4& A quantjty of Bar Iron:
f"..Iits and nets swept at least twice permontbon s-Nl' Brushes,of all descriptions : '
indeM'nd 'its, in which Emigrant then altered her course and person wishing to purchase
ts,1 t-tter had lost y. thousand mm. and j!stood af'er her before the wind ; at 12 i der the penalty Five Dollan for every ./JL the valuable privilege of a ferry Barrels )>>Crackers :
5rro such omission and that fine of Tea 100 Chairs
furcd to retreaL-1'he loss of the I f[A. )1. d iscovr red oursel res off Mobile I ; a across the bay of Pcnsacola from Pala- best manufacture :
h!alitl is trot Mated. I!Poiht, where we narrowlv escaped running Dollars be imposed on the owner oroecupyer fox street in Navy Cove, may learn the 2 Trunk1ofUooksintoicedat$1ltxr

A ftmtier, ftom Mexico, reached" on the breaker in a bets.y squall. of any house,the chimney of I terms by callin g on the subscriber at his A Steam Engine, 30 horses power'
rempico about the middle which shall take fir TJd o icr. JOHN H. CHAPLIN and upwards, complete in every yes-

)"' and* oro fht news (unofficial) or lA'E appointed wdun'tig Foster : It It farther Rt.trnt That' Sept. _tf Mlt.jf .far tar/trv/sretor. put, and will answer any machinery;
thcr recent and battle in I at torn ws in f rar ab public notice of the above rrgvlationsl w whatever. '
t''Ich the dependents great defeated It'nct'l-AII rny persons having business l be given in the /7.rw/ *", In Spanish k SAMUEL I''l Y', I WYCHE & FOSTER.

%hK serf great *1011. laid were lo be at least, with me will call on them. English for three weeks successiveA !/. A TTORNEY AT LA\\UtheHc" Pensacola, 15th Oct. 1831. tf
iitt.I.oulud! killed-itti is was doubt- : CLO. BOWIE. copy lest \_ ftUI']' offit N. B. HVanted to purchase COT..

J Is huh l+lintd by m..u1. I A Perttacola, 23d Oct. 41 D. SIIANN'OX, Clk. 31 PeasAcnla, October t*. TON,for which e* h wi1J 'Jf'gt1't1t.

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'OT 1'tt. imrna AiumcrNKs *r.ViA DOCTOR nnefill A ('ARD.II' .
I T of the death of S. D.I Sc tllYun a* ocuud with hm: in the TALMON, having taken that
Rrmainlng In Ilzr l'Q.-CljJirt,l'tzkorola, consequrnre ; HAS cC" of MEDICINE: M **. spacious and central building
of the
em the \\t. Octebfr, wA/c/i, {/ 4*' '<*. Hutching, the IltUM"Cuti
ken out wit tin three tndntht, vitl be auction and Commission: huiltn'dt' m'p'Dll) "U9 tf. *V.f Arr*, M. D. Their shop is next lately occupied by his excellency major
door the tu
:4 *rut to the General rt*t-0ffitr atIttad volves on the Mibrriber, who tenders .\b. .1. ('",ml Siren', they will devote their time 'to professional fully informs those gentlemen very who respect
Lrttrr- TAG.c ma rkrdyhua, his sen ice accordingly. NKW-OHLhANS, may
GAHNIEU.Pcnsacola busiaraK. September" I-tf favor: her with their company that her
aft for ltf.O"* In the army tI thnt JOHN otiutitl> on hanIa q general house will be ready for their
for thftte In the navy.A :" ,.\u;;. 2 t, IH21. tf. BAVEf dt'DUUiS It MEDIUNF.SAINTS \'\:twtt.rt Vcramtstt, on Wednesday, the 10th inst.t .receptioa

.Alex.,IndcrsonThos.ln crson JOHX C. CIlAWPOItl) A: ('n : :: PAINT Oil. ('fJJ.IIIS..If.J.III.II..I.J'So $ October 8.

: Adjutant fourth regiment of artillery York Net-Orlran, St-pt. t2ra-.tat It.ltfJu ..tr"rt t/".. Alexander I AVK: arrhed f*.... New
( John Allen, 'lldwurd II. -- "U.I. fi..hf Hy attend 1ft anybusiness Valuable Property For Sale.'fJ .
c: Titos. ,P. Abbott, Hiram damn,;;Nut- 51 with a fi sli .uJtt'l.r SHOES, a- V. \\. .V\SIUVV & Cu.nAYi : 'f t'hb"\t..1! to them. U: subscriber! offer for sale and
avid II. Allen 2 Noah II. Allen, 2. moag which arc u
U-.J3coh ; William Brown, {ic'lIlknae.Iorocc fine and coarse : RECIIIX-ED, per Srlni..ti r TIt, hare for talr a general allot/ very accommodating prices. the
UO\TS fmm Phil 4rlpbia, and mnt tf rullowin I.OTS : sos. 34Z, 343, 3.U,
I John U. Barr, Moses Bennett, JosephIJonifay ;
I '' ltenjatntn Brown Arthur Ladies' kid H"t5 'AItd Slips Me- are mm opening. an rstrnsiir aaort- 1.Ung Glasses ; .315, 346,3"1,321, 3Z8; 335, 336, 337.
Inetrttof ALS- To
and leather' very agreeably situated
Uowlin "Alexander Burnt \Villi4mUamett4 twco
Japanneil' ( > ( .UIDIWLOT$,XQ 52 and 33
Raisin Bowie 2 *itephcn Misses and CitiMrxnsio.
; ; !) link CEarthen = fret front each and ITO feet
Together with SKe *t+r all descriptions ly.
Barton "G. Blake, Betsey Bury,
1 which with their former stork will be J PHrtt ing south from the For
Solomon Bounds, (;. Brun,.1*. Brunot.C ; for ale oppoile Jelr (;amity'saucliou spring. termt
tratoUu" I. ifA" found wortht. tin attrntKn of those Shots ; and conditions apply to
-(JeorfiT Cushing, :Manning: Carpenter ' ./iAiwwr store.'* ,7.1/U.V JMVX/A "i dinf( t<* .ptir...,,:N'. They offer fursalefw .l."",, tff all kinds ; P. ALBA.
3 -Jatm- Coates: H M- .
1 ,
; nrj Lash M Cation, Windsor and llrown Soap; IVnsacoIa S-tf
ladies and shawls,. hi< Sept.
For Rrtitlmicit*
r M. Connor 2} -!). (.. Clitu.h ii L U. Crackers

, (:olla, tJ. 1'. Curtis 2; William Collins/ tress, trunk, ke.: wiUsbitestklwtut Leftishin.Likrwisr W+ paseka. dark and Kgbl ckr kr I.bUrk IMaf Sugar; ; uiuuvWU ; --

4 Micajah Crupper, *J. N. ChamWrs' and w litir,striped awl: fim- Brandy _

fC. J K.: Crii\\'Jt., John Campbell: ' ?, Brtij.Cumntiiu HLACKIXC5,, ry Print; Snulfand t Shaving Uotet; ( bbls. prime Herrings, this year'srun
| altoe
Carr. For Oettilettteit boat* MM JK1t.
William ami
1 do rental Irk ets anew
- >> of ,
Combs be had
every description ; ,may on early: application.
, D-A. L. Duncan I; *J. E. DinkinsW. ., nFtln my Iw'kwiwl' M"f"-kw and rk ant article; Playing; Card ; M'ELWEE & FERGUSON:
\ % Darby, "A. J. Donaldson, John f al CwNMrlW do attin hair and
f as an uomry at 1 Uipr. tort letter, Writinif, k rapping paper; August 18.
Iavenport,llichard DclanyJ; \\|illiamDougherty Law : my office is near' ,A. C4tift* H Intd. )Hf krd CaMbtks} And other articles which will be !sold *

Patrick Deal)'. i I shall attend tbecotortcin MoMk-, I do t ratlin )e ai 4 checked pink, on moderate terms. August IS.-tfV. LL'IIlIER. I ISQC.REtimber
K:-la\id Ltatu.:: HUkely Tort CIaiI H$e surf ('d eruh M.r and lilac (iiqliam;

1'-J.'(i. Forbes 5; John I'itziir mon, in the state of A....... 1 d. Mi|.rrfitH*' Sn-hvdt'I'tt! ttrwestMiltrrti ', Jh\\\\ \\\\,,\ \fcv & t'u.OtpSIHrn ; }:

I( A. B. Frvcman, James Frazer. unald' I am about to p gMUf a Diiarst 0' | ; fttr. Garner tfnAVK JI./d. Pickets ;

t ;. Fisher, M. H. Icnuirk ti; .A ". W. the laws "f UM State of .Ala* da. 2 do | k J ft*}*"Steam Loons Shir- "KI' .lutsks .torr, Shingles t, &e.

I Fanning, John Fife 2; John fur1ks.i Writ ate t*.w in fore Propp+ **!* fur lill1C"; for sale:, the r..UoYinsvti., For Sale, by the subscri>er.
I G-laul II. ierrish *Jfttnrs\Gads- which Mill Iw nfeoftty cintilaM. '2 doIri.... t.ilKft't assotttd. vittIlls R. CLAPP.

dl'n2; *Jatn<> M. (!la vcli, A. H. 4aclc f JOHN CHAM.IN.. I d" rtttorrd k hick (attain trtpt s; beefand pork'; Pcniarola: Aug. 25-tfOES

I[ : Dtirius Gctmau'J. D. Ciraham, Tito*. I'ewsatcsla. \UC. 4J..4N I .k Mark SrntHiws awl Sasrsrus do mackerel and beans ;

1 Gilliam, Junrl1.. Gihsun. J ,7' TIc Editors .f the Csha"l*, 1 India rvandnrs, U\4Jt..... do whisky k N. Oi leans molasses '1'5\! f.5Cltll" \t
II-Mrs. A. 1 K.llanmin 3; Itirt mend llunutilk- stud ttot CiuibiMM paper" J.... eiotnrsrk Shftics kSltrt1iap; sit) sperm and lamp oil ;

t F5.: Hughes, Garret Ho11rnt cck 2; IVndkion are mjwutrd t 4. bwert thr abetrtinus thtrr 1 j4o tic Si,si s It ChantlaftT' ; !!axes cider, port ami claret wine ; leave to inform the Public j hI

r llarxvood, E. H. Hitachi| ).io Levi i IIeatbW.S. 2 Jno; (Hull. *" the SADDLE and HARNESS making
Harnry ;
i : : I i' do Ilassharrtts", apwxretL 'M sperm. can lles and chocolate;
r DtUiiel Hara*. Kchd. A. Hargi, Ja.. FOR SALE J fki ", ., *, '* & '/ Rose Blankets ; tin segars and nests of boxes ; business in all its branches, on the up.
li. Hannum 2 John IIoc', Jol i Hun ) per part .,f Market or Palxfo.x streets,
; I Iwrg1 ro1t ru It.Ding; tit mustard, rose and .peppermint.
ti Richard: lIunan'J.' D. pardon ",;(iJ,Tin fut .sai8fr,md iaibstanlialeltte't I 4d t<*Hilt.n fins, No. 4, 4J J k S.Ilrurr cordials !where he hopes by his aMtdious attea*

ti 1 Sc J-{Duncan N. Ingrahamj *Mathvw : rfiiurtlHH 1 this l.-.iI.,r..w.e It ttt\fJD; do garden seeds and fish hooks all ;don to vile general satisfaction.:

Israel; John Itmerarity
% I Jerrison2; James Jolnistone,
I 1r | *ur nariH'uljtttw, etiqttiiY elf 1 de nark lwll. hick k site C.lnLs; Hotter and Cherae ; .
K-Samuel l Knapp,John Kitt:.,Tho JNO. k JUS. C. KUYSr.lt. Suprrliwr I"'e' awl. seek '
mas. Keller. Scopt. 29.-u. -- 19. prictt1 Cloths : Prn arola August l -tf /Vr .fA..ner RmdlJfrom .1lrxandrial
it 15-.'Thomas Law un,' James taw.rente bandana and real and Jr tale 6y tAe .w5fri4rr,,
\ AIilitt TAV VAUNT.iotirr Ctarpa, last ma J O II X (i A Jl X I K J{.
,John M. Long, l>an1. l e }loy k dras halrikrt-. turf; ; I( barrels new Flour suitable fur
V ,
r Co.. John Lanier, JIA".l.ockhar.t. :' I' .G1. : :'." Mack, tnmfartttl and | damask HIS Iff STOHK roll SILK, families,

I M-James Menisl! Henry Made, .. ;:.;.. I Silk.4.,. CognUc Itrandy; 100 kegs Crackers,

to Mr. :M'Mannrrs Juhn J. Mathcw, I J: ., ;or Vr.: .& Imitation t..adr.% k printed Cotton&10.i HotUnd and American tin ; 50 boxes Meter Segars, of good
y. Tlios. 11. MitrhellJohn Murphy.. John I I';'(/JI.111"1".w. tf'llJ'r.lly i White and i.Mk rr4 botderrd Crtat*- Old Whisky; quality,
M)aore, 1;. Montgomery, Peter :Sliced 1. White Wine Vinegar ;
I shaft : Brittanm
v- ;
girt J"Ifttir J" 33 barrels Navy Bread
Unttlctl' Cider and London Porter
Samuel :Myers 2; *\\ II. :Maui. James ;
iflrtttaft clerks
tMMiir the <
(peurd flee .t otrWMMBd Ml ; SOO wt. HrsfqUuHty Hams.JNO. .
)b.lll'tt"m.. Miller: Uh'\M' 11unn.t Porter in hared li. .
gstahfir stluaue.ap1iesitr for tIw.lrr. Ills ,* Jftfn in I fauna An; !t JOS. C. KEYSET.
Gco. John Wm.MiVov I French Pickles; i
.Nl-l'lu-rsoti 1layL.en4 .
.tcrol+1tardatitrrs rw "' and la- Italian and rw 1015 Silks ; Octobet 8.--Jt.
1. I U,'i :\,' ..Michael It. Mil-. dies hr ltcrptw, will IIf't=desinbk, i I Italian Crap* ; r.hrrd Sznnrt and Sallad Philadelphia Oil Soap; I
"' ler.. tl:rwwst.-hut .. 1c'.Ur. lie .laws a gwd : Craprd. Cnmhtic% Ii ; JOHN C2AIINIKK,
I >N-S. Norris, John E. Newton 2; ,tahle and feed for .honrm at hay orKr i Black and tttifr Silk tare Shanfe; Long Cork Claret;
I t. John Nicks, P!, Newton. Prime Bacon Hams( ; IAUC1'1() EER k COMMISSION
i iO ,_*-AlM, a ...4 HXTII HOUSUUrrr l.adk." side Cotton pose ;
1 L _MJently Outlaw. | Muslin N f tbetti Oats; in barrels| I MEIICIIAXT,
eklirr...t or coM bathway be I Sltrigrd. i.ns, and I..l ; .
II. 'Putker, IL I). .Pigrr. A. ta&rit at a.tv time. (tilt cwtTaimt IhnWft; I Fresh Hay:: ; i OFFERS his services for the sale of

I'I'u.\\'. It. Payton 2; titer l'ot1f'r.I I Ir tt il! tia"r aftrlrRam ten pin allrycompleted limn Threads, Tapes C lt.fi Mackerel: barrels; ', Country produce

/.. M. IM. (I.Hat"U.rld M. I'orUr <1" !' in tltir Cay*. II......iu i.r.I I Heavy: Cotton Urging Real and Personal estate.N. .

Win. 'Pope, Edward Peacock Mienj. i:. 11.\TII WAY.if case plated rantttrstkks, casters "tAlAUUttl'- B. Goods stored.

t K. Picrtc 3.ftJames. 1'en art,la. s.c..... and botllrroiiM. h ; I do. lead in bars; LAAV HOOKS, AC.BROWN'S PeMarola.u IS-tf
Rambo, Jamf IJussell ?;' -:-- - I do: Shot in-. tag, all MINT*; 1.1' Legs Civil: Law, ----

llicharti )Handall, fCapt. llfHl, *iJcnry -1' .;:.,.. 1 whit> and ted"" lead grvund in Oil ; ludo. \\lH\\T\Vi VAUNTENDINO .c\w'tI
" ... ,-Jr Q ,
Rockingbaugh, tJ. Hamagr.S ..:Ef .:V.\' U\'C Sa.ht.4 to 2nd ; 13 M. Dutch Philip's EsUlence. : to leave this city o*
-Ann Suttlc, Win. S".funlJana"1. :. QuilU; *ri Slugs* Efiftlith Crown Unit* Yale's: Reports. the first of November. rot; the nor.

Steal" Tunier Statke, I t tlIE ttrbrrriber presents ills rn1. i by 10, toby'13, and It by 14 ; lo rat 2 belts American: Speeches 9v.Vhillips than and eastern ,Mutes offers his pro.
C1 S; Lucius Stuns William Sponn, ,I UM- iahat.itanrs of l'rnji- .... (;lassvatr. decanter, goblrts, Keiottcctioti fissional: services to those who may

\"m..o. Simms, Pcrcital F. !Srnitn 2,:' cola!. and pats its to wittilY, attd trudrt his. ', trims Tt Wrtm Salt, kc. 1 J relies Phillips' Speeches, hate:> claims to establish, orbusiness"to

Turrell!! Simpson, Edward Sirnm retakes" in tm. prr4eauIwsas SI til' orHOAT I I.itrr pasd Warr, tt+cvtitatftift a RrrifRtl Memoirs Napoleon, atljuit, at the seat of government

Joshua Stclron, Anihojiy B. ShH'. .y, nt'lUiK| "Mi iit all its rat taswrtatrrnt I ., ; fff) "barrels Philadelphia| I ttor"nn'Llih.$ Works, he wilt be in the city: of Washingtondurine

it Win. Suggs, Thoma* Shi..1d.2; Tlu* rtbu HrancWv and leap by his ;**i-:; rye wfciil''y ; S jr. cask% superior Ixind Christy's Late War in Canada, the greater part of the session!

mas Spragins, "'tn. Saltontal*! 2; J. dioa attrHtHm.n to*iU OTHM and Ilk vt*i ..n NktfVutar Madeira. Wine, import'rtl 1 Sett ioldsmitb's Works, Sv. of con"re!\s, and of tin supreme court
B. Shaw, Saml.. Seabrook, 2, 11. M. in intil 1 do. window partkubrTrHrrtffir of the United States.
mot ritdca, ,* to r 4<**r. to Hunt s0 iIv ; nr bnthlgr..So..thmuin,21'.
Sands,*;\Iathc\\' Scott,Scantling, U. I Mictt imltiMiaif t.s alb rft| rtiratstalhrtowlttdgr .. 1,1... superior Clare Winni Humboldt's New Spain, Petisarola, Sept. 29, 1821.-tfneUtuvigc

Skoal.T, ill tltzrr + i \ it,. I.> dk-ntijolitiit superior<<" oW Ilrrrkenrittge's History of the - -
tt s e. war,
-James Tu1l}.' -John H. Tripktt, HP ba*b, m hi.hMMl all |*aH*of tHrStair (ui.'WIar Brand v ; is tarnrN eider; 1 Ilancrttft's Life, of Washington.tillie's \\ & l! \\\,
Epbi-aim, Town 2: : 1'ltntasiifr.Vm ,, he.%... N*. 1 ( Iwcolatr 7 cae Sweet
United *, autd lNft itr 11..1 ; ( (;rrt'ce, 4v. 1TTQK.\'tKS J.ill'
L'-\ Cndrr\i ut.d. ;, nil. 41 iarrel Nrw l nftla.Hl Hum Jthitd .
this ; 2 Sett Newman's Dktioi
uli.facthH' plef' Spanish .*LL in the different
V-'Jhatles'olz: -J. H. V>*w, Jo- practice
., Vidal. trill rs'rmlsrndeti. Glatt( """'"' to ,....1 i %. hewn llanata Scars; 3 hoses. .atyt at. Court* of West Florida: and

cpb 1V-1lrnrv Whwlcr, *,MIiJm| ".. come ..*f< J-and .t aH ........ sill Iwt a .M hill d*. 15 NJC'! de. C... D.. llarretteS! do. do.Chalmers the state of .\. Lama.,
*s hales fINs PhiladeIphia 'lay 130sac
wb rift hr ; .Atlas
ha"rr ,sitar f!aar so41Nd August IS-tfwmUr
Whitehead 2; Jittm ler t1'i114uwv; J; . Ica oft bl '
aa to Issue him 'with dIr,. ..*- UIrOV""tUitM
Boj.J. lVillaad.1la41atsr: H *f ry Wilsott .- AMI ON CONSK1NMF.NTttvmrr Luvr
*. r ln: *gned.lttorncr at
r Datid Wright, SaLtiJ! on :,j' tQ'''
.. ';3 Elizabeth Willains.'. Fjrtwf:: nJ Wil.Hams With trkrrt. I a m foW ....-dk" A' French and Spanish TntaI'M""t A will .practice in all the Courts ofWest

Nathan Warr, *\Milli m WH- yrt...sal, JUliN S. VII.HUN.if \ ut Vu\h\t't', ,'i-I. kc. Uc. ke. .\LSO. FFortila. lie may be found at hJ
J 1:. M. 1'OMKOVS chamber:, hi Mr. Collins' hotel:
sun, Corncltui C.: Ward J**. DVolf,: nwwla, felt, .-ifI i vii I)>.....(. 'Iahlrs ; I ttuahs.gont
', h. He i* *Uiw .i.f <. ltrttMK intocojtartnmbifi .. ..1RT.II.H..I.W"lH .WIMPS, J. C. MITCHELL.September :
,I tWm. C. Whittle... WMtiti ;,-('teta..150n 1va ttntr; T tidr'hcstds ; 6 llurraws ; .
\. fifh OMIP yntittiian of fshinnabk card sail .. k Tables Arknowletlgnl to br fr .|Mrrior to any I-J-tf
\ : Jonas WliiUenUergj, J. H.Wilson. I : <* t2Svfrtokri .. .
i iY WHIP camaU| <. r. U. rfH'ttl.+ ( : -*J. Vancey.rir carry ,.h t...- bMMtiea*. lit also ri||r.* singly\ frilM lktlMca4-k; J curled ale. low for rash,by v'tmuttUk'vV 3ON \\\\.

tal ti'li a nlacttMtiilu SWop, aft there isagrsttleisan '\"g, -tfV.. DAVISON.Y trod
/./*/ i.rtrrrt"tl'lffO as Mahdt'. tier. 6 high post do. the I'tl1ctoht'r: a :Negro

A-(Sirraudon .\uh( ir1... whip carne Cf" Ut this ran AISOn WTokr of first quality \ > r\it 5C V"t\', V"nAVINfi brought to jail by William Mills,
(if thrrtiutttry with hirer, Mite i i. r.|-.lto Itllll.III.III.coltn.u.. 5n Pensacob there
H-Cidalite Hellisle, Adaliu. Ic.m..t. commenced business in IJ miles from stopped
C-Capin Conic, Mons. taliarrr. am' in his j'mf* 4H, ami. s ill lr mil Uwpr all sizes and Spun Yarn; ", tender their servicesa !says: that: he belongs to Henry Lurasof

.. Jean Chabaud, Narriss'c Chaco irre. thankful tff all f.w U rir piatiV. .sastv.- derv .ra liars, band. lines, log k Rrunr & eneml Hancock: county, (;a.-Had with hunt

D-H. tuboisMona. DumW, 1iI_,Joseph --- mn lines. t..inr tari...% kind, halters, (% mmt!*"ion :Merchant common half stock Shot Gun, Powder

Donfor 2!; A. S. D unite' 2.; Albert I W pl Decreux.F : I-S--tf Apron of the most beautiful description '
r signrticnts when required, and assure
; -P. 1Fontan..,.*. i iC | -had: on a United States uniformcoat.

,-M. Goubil,'tao Gu\tJ1eP. '. ,\. WVAUUSW, 1'tlrkrt \\Iukh \. those with. their w bo maybe confidence. pleased, that to strict honor them :, Said negro appears to be,about

i I!-M. Haslcy. .V. 2, Mattrl brae; N tbr StU or 6th inst. was lost a wilt be observed, and every puncftuality ex* 25 yursold,atul is about i feet inches
K-A. Krumm. j jI. COHKKK Ntxata "%ti W'1tM st5RIls middle sited |.orkrt book, once tf tion used fur their interest. ; high. The owner is requested to come

.-Adotph Lavech. 1 t HAS KOU H.\ JR, nod but MOW so old and worn it may betedrtrrminr IliLt MAVt MOW run S.ILr:, |' forward, prove' his property, Paf
M-'Zacheriah Mussina.: : A r.UNF.UAL ASSOUTMENT OF diirult its ('olor.--TheO I charges, and take him away.

4 P- Ion'. Penncieracs. I ladies Kid and MotiK-eo, and Cliil- tmrkrt hunk contained many papers ;DD Ms. Whisky; F i i5O W. CHAMPL1N, Jailor.

{ PMadxmcdct'crdreauvilkilloytr duns Hoots and Shoes.fcnUemms tail tslashle U> thr loW, and none of w family, flour direct from the October U.,_.IUI-.n._ --
Paagen. I IK fine Hoots and Shoes. ",lIrh imfKtffianrr to thr '....rr-1\1; Mills; --- ---- -
'' -Mons. Koquet. \ \\'UkiritJtIC" 65 mess and prime Pork; 1OTICE..rhe .
Boys fibe and common Hoots and: three prwroisory notes of Peter -
J. sta dc Carton R/llliola.1 ,.HOC, sun. : for fiftrrnd! )u..h9 the other two H u t i. Beef; heirs of Vidal

: Clewline M. Gonzales.tntoaiblay Gehtl"anna' fate and rommon oloth- smaller, the amoattti not recollected 30 u Shad ; 1'1.John }

mundo, Luis Gayarre,Antonio Molina. ing. two notes if Hrnry Shepherd, one for lo kegs Lard Inncrarity.
11. Caro. 10 burrs Cod Fish Whereas, by a decree of His! Excellency :
t line Linen aw, common shirts. fix dot! rs, the other not remembered of
C. NICHOLAS, I'. )1. Hats and Cloth H rushes.Irnuinr -two bonds for making title to land 5 llhds. Sugar, : Andrew'Jackson, .Governor
a Barrels Porter the Florid &c:. of this day it was ordered
;llc.ere.nt.. Ujttg 1 hVc.ung \\\ ( Japan Hlarking.ll'Mfh on the Escambia, given mr by lawyer ; of the city of
hr vffrr* rhtvjtjir C.-*. Haynev of 1U \C'lf-a note for twenty 20 no I.emon' Sirup ; that the Alcade the
lluaHC in
;; Pensacola, JSept. 29-lr.. fitc ddkrs. y \tn( by Morgan to Schni- Chewing Tobacco; f Pensaeota give public notice
I 4 AT TJIF. SIOK OF THE UISIXU }l'S.mM ,ran and endorsed to the subscriber by 7 Hhds. Hams.: Floridian: tq all persons having: : any

Y b 5 THE public inTormedthat 1 J. \,,\\\,"Ut l, I IJthn I| 1J'lant-and many other: papers. 10 IIh< ) the
have at considerable expense fit- offers his stare;- Two dolUr will be given any ow who S Tierces Claret \\ ; Maria VidaUdec'd. to present the
led up my house on Ute b ):.fur RESPECTFULLY. as Land Surveyor j will teatcsikld pocket book k content Corn, Hay, Fodderand Oats; within sixty days from the date
he testimonial Household furniture, consisting of said decree : Notice is therefore girrato
their comfort and convenience, Where ; can produce indispuublr at this office. to
the loversof good eating and drinking of his fuali6cation; lie will THOMAS THRIFT. tables, bedstead, kc.lOOjDOO :. all creditors of the saidestate the
also act and draw instruments Shingles (juniper) expect present their demands on or
will find all they in ay desire, at modtrar-- as convcvancrr : the
J ate prices, from o'clock in the $norn. of writing with neatttc and .S.l'urmautirr .t ed in a, day: or two. thirtieth of November next that

tea ing until 12 at night. Private parties dispatch.. 1'1 BROKERS and sworn iotcrprttots, 1fJOO Ibs. Bacon ; same may be allowed if legally and Pro'perly

t be accommodated.-Relishes kc. Vensacola, August I*-.tf I .| j translators in Pcrsacola. Their So/tod ft. lurnlter.: substantiated. ,

can Ice. furnished at any hour.PETER r .office oa the great square, opposite Onlers for particular dimensions,far II. M. BRACKF'NRIDCEdkade /,.
MULLEN. rti'\ U, I the old government house, warded: to Mlftlh and other mills to be tf PtflIMcorenAcob.

c08icola: Oct. 8, 1821-tf Neatly executed at this Oi ce.: I Pensacola: September SI.: -tf tan ed.: : t October 15, 1831'O -


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