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: January 7, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Wtau.ufip English sheep are most unwittingly -but of short a.2pk-TH pod divide 1 I this ) Uce, which represents our Hero,) ver twenty or thirty feet rtltitr ,
NICHOLAS' TUXSTALL, preferred The Oarbary coast sheep into too pieces and is la Other respects thru in the prime of life, as Cot. Commandant during day light locked jftfc '
65 per annum in ad'ano.-ir the are generally bad or at least inferior. very much like that af cur Uk Reed of the Provincial forces oft t sel's hold. The brother ofi T's' ,
't srcnot paid *'Hhin the first quar* The mountain sheep must be nrvtired. or wild cctton. T11ft.! ate in sue thr.loft" of VirglftU. This rare original -j tor was to be the person to i.. , ; t
Ur, fc8 *.'11 be quired. Cont'muce and appearance. tike the wArr-scrdr-- supposed to be the only extant I'machine into action, but oa,' t '+' tithe
II of sultfccription at the discretion 1 see In one of your papers an ac- They hate been ttttt to two eminent or that time of day, is a three quarter first time he declined 'taCen. ?
tf, the Uitors, up to the discharge count of the 2d or Sd cutting of /.*- planters ia the south.LA1V.. length,and was painted by either Pine Washington, unwUHH* : ,
Fall arrra n. :' erne, producing PtyaUim in horses.'his or Peak, in 1773. The figure is attirrd -1 linquish the object, requesMv i
.,by thC "quaff, S 1 fort I know to be tbe case. But no in the ProvlWial Uniform, with General Parsons to select a , r a
1tf1snsFad 50 cents for every other such effect is produced by the orchard Sub and Gorget, the countenance fine'I whom he could confide, volaaterfl ti> ,. '
lIstrt On. grass which 1 have cultivated for a NrJ.ortrd for raM 1.1.J.y ddem+ct. ripen>> and manly yet with a shade engage In the enterpriz j ting

....... --- -- >eriod uf nearly) 50'can. having been Practice : l'onlinualK or..Caustt. thought which bespeaks the staid and well acquainted with the, .
-Jr 'r 1\.Et\:1' En. the first person "ho introduced it heir. m>en iketittgtr fiN/ortn, tf rriJti.t It t.- energetic mind, fitted for the highest I' rtt, the patriotism, aud the A 'r y
nrBRIG TilE The price of the seed Is tiou rktrat- n drfcxfaxi u danWm1, purpose of tlnitlaJVhUe we took steady courage of th d ;
AGKNOUIA 1;ant, and forbidding to its t"uItUh'"tt the ert4. /f arr n/ it. upon the noMe presence, the peculiar I mentioned, immediate e , r
if a farmer would raise it for his own LeccsLt, appellee, ",. Coltia, appici- and interesting coantenancr of him, in ; he plan and the offer, which hea
FROM xr.w: YOHK, use, or even for sale, he would make Ia II t. the full meridian of life, who most of ed, observing that his life waaat
;o' KC ;s VainJs, assorted colon, more profit than wheat would afford. . //-,.//s... tAr tat Di t, rt C.k.rl. us only knew when his age had become Vashington's service. After pr.eh%'

I, do Verdigris ground in oil, Thirty to fifty bushels are produced :I This case was argued... a bill of as a Mlusty winter, frosty, but ing the machine, until bets usel rslsvl
s0poxesWinduu- Giant, 7 by Sand br a good acre. What is sold is half exception to tbe opinion of tae coutt kindly are ready to exclaim: with powers of balancing and motia4 wa* _" a F
8 <>y 10, tusk or rh.. ". A good bushel should gas refusing a commission to tale, the Poet,that on him-N.ture had stamped der water, a night was fixed ap* 9r.he .
10 Barrel: Paint and Whale Oil weigh from 18 to 24 pound*-whereas testimony in France. her M"al.to give the world assurance attempt. General WashMiylam tt a4} '
S Barrels Varnish that sold.in the shops veighs 13, 14 and "The proceedings in this raise, so of a run** his associates in the secret, 1ek, IfciaT;
30 Barrels Rosin, i5 ot ly. 1 sow a bushel and an half far as they arc necessary to be stand It would-have been welt if Mr. Sully stations upon the roof of a hawse silt. fti a ,
20 do pitch per acre generally with my wheat or for a correct understanding of the opinion could have seen this portrait,and Intro Broadway,anxiously waiting.tbe >> ;w
5;. do Tar, je. In the winter or early spring Iuw which the court has formed, doted it in his picture of the Passage of Morniogcameandnointehigcncetsbe
j:' Bales Oakum, % clotcr seed on the grain. Thesegrasses were as follow jM the Delaware, since but 4 Jean inter* had of the intrepid sub-mariae-aa* ,
5 Tons Cord r'", of different sit, 't are simultaneously fit for the The petition was filed on the 30th voted between two periods, both of vigator, nor could the boat which aV. t .
2t down Paint Ui utttes, scythe; and when the clover fails, the March, laaos the attachment (which which were remarkable. 1772 as the ended him, give account of. M.r* ieI -. t
18 do Double and single Illock.., orchard grass continues in vigour astltany was levied on credits aDd effects ia the year of the Indian Prophecy, when parting with him the first part,..?***..' t
:20:! do Fish,log.'and hand Lines. yr"Jra as you please. One dollar hands of gamisbees) was served on the inspired Child of the Forest, night.; ,. : ,''z, ,11I:", >
isa, a ijiuntity of Sewinj Twine, per bushel would be an ample price lit April, and returned! on the 6th of ;declared that oar hero should be the While these anxious Spe taut. c,; : w it" .
Lamp Jtak and Putty. fur it. the same month, the day after Mr. ** Chief of Nations and that agts yet about to cite him up as lost ;t,; ..", .i: .:
l rrethed from New Orleans. .I! Yours very sincerely, Morel, as counsel for the defendant unborn would hail him as the founderof barges were seen to start su"Governor's : ; *' t-.R .M
At-- ". RICHARD 'PETERS.J. made a motion that time be given hint, a mighty Empire." 1776 as the ever -: Island, (then ia pe..1... t' r'T'
25 Barrels Pork, S. SctMtfc, Esq..Vrar to the 11th iast to fie aa answer. memorable period when under the of the British) and proceeded \>....! rt
S. do fleet MOa the title :May the same gentle* blessings of Heaven and aided by his some object near the Asia able$_ l.

4Ji. do Flour, .';Caittr, IJrlll Qrr.SUt"bile man was appointed by Out court to defend brave and faithful comrades in arms, ine-as suddenly they were seen ... 1:w.,' y At'
2 do Rum, for itame the wrights of the sliest debtor he restored the almost despairing fortunes about%nd steer for the Islam wrifc :
I;. do Gin, searching papers, on the 26th, en motion a delay of six of his country. springing oars. In two or tbfaaxasaw. .' '
c 1 r.peCogniac Bratidyi across the enclosed-pet haps influence It Iplhtiratiun months was given to file in Uiwrr- In latter life,the portraits of Stuart utesan explosion took place fram tfca. "
in Journal
3* Ho*rs Soap, tour may on the first July following that order are surrlf the best likenesses. The surface of the/water, resembling a water t
1do\" Mould Candles, some enirrpming merchant immense lo Lin-at was rescinded ; on thc 21st of that chissel Caaova hath catsrd to live{in spout which aroused the whet city :q
3 Teirccs Rice, tempt to procure these I month oa the application of the plain marble, the image of him, whose fame and regionthe enemy's ships tee (- 1 .
Coin not of which am convinced
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2 do Loaf Su ;ar, sheep lau't'r been in the United tirVs counsel Segbers, n,. another attorney can never ditt,bat when these monuments the alarm- signals were rapidly gives
2 lo\es Muttkrtt, of the court, leis joined to Mr. of art,shall all have yielded to the -the-ships cut their cables and atocte**
States. The laws of England are indeed -.
3 ('asks Tenerific Wine. :Morel in the defence The cause 4 tooth of time," this magniScrat Em ded'to the Hook with all posWe des
2 ra.-5 Pepper, very rigid against the exportationof stood on until the fib December, whenan pier, bounded by the oceans the lakes, patch sweeping their bot4o M with ,
rams and ce' but while" that nationis :
1(. B:xcs Chocolate tbe world to improsetheir answer was put in. On the same and the tulnh.: will form an everlasting chains, and with difficulty prevcatet'' _

2* Comstock Cider, ransacking stock why should oar hands be day the counsel for defendant made af- memorial of WASHINGTON THE. their affrighted crews from fcMpiag*_..":, . ; .'
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1L arks Salt, Ida,it. that the testimony witnesses GREAT,-[vffr.raWHa Gazttte nrboa d. .9 . .
tied ? We know the and <<
S \\:,<< Sugar, must guard against them.s defence, and on this afScatit applied I'ontlcrful natural production oAVashington's (tased came to the surface,opts:f| ,'t" .r ,
be taken to the
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I'OR SALE, DVJNO. may very for a commission, which was reused likeness. ed the brass head of his aqoalk __. ;
Dutch coasts, to France, and reshipped
& J. C. KEYSER. or ''y the COUI!. To this rtfasal the defendant chine; rose and gate a signal for ,tW
December 313t.WILLiAM: to this country. cxcepted. Ijttttr fr+m Jamrt ..fiAi,: L 9. tfattt boat to come to him, but they c.. d slat'r,
-: Your obedient _servant "On the I9th Jan. the cause was tried .t JI,," ,tr'* Ferry7eerg. Aiw. 16. reach him, until he again dcsttaiteA' ,
)!. HEAD, and there for the underwater avoid the sheix
/'run the hemrretic rrru. was judgment MI take the fiberty/.f writing you the to enemy *
f! VS taken (,;\RLES ARMAS Clothier.iieivv plaintiff"-// 'The period(said the court) following remarks knowing that you from the Island who had coTer4' t*.
into parinershij,*--The busims, A which elapsed, from the 13th May (tbe will take a pleasure in hating thempublished. him and commenced firing ia his waJw. "ate..
'*. iitfirnArr conducted undir the TLECCE1) H'P. date of the appointment of an attorney) / Having forced himself against a strongrttrrrnt .
111 of ,v. M. READ, k Co. They It is stated in"arthar lVkn.r'4 /J.. to the 6th December, when.o O. -1".t.t. .* <..s. pf..* ffr tifejr ..".p ..t.*. until ,wiHuMtt..' W ._": L.; . 't 4
..; to the Ladle and fU rwn wtI .t".",/"," that Mr. UfAVcs, ol tliat *.. put'M and the applied since, whilst my eye ranged over its reach of shot, he was taken yitow! and,' j
I Ala, in addition 10 their Ltual county,had a true Lincoln sheep,which for, w as not, in oar opinion, less time 'romantic1>eauties. I was forcibly impressed !landed at the Battery amidst a great '!' : :, ,. ,
1: .. clipped twenty three pound of wool thanaas necessary to enable an agent with a singular and elegant crowd, and reported himself to Gee*' xl ,
1hbrerit'x nn1.l1JV".s, the lint year, and w.s sold in the London here to write to his client Pari. t in* production of nature, delineating most ral Washiugtonwho expressed bk entire ., '

Jin t:c 1)Goo weighing 4Ollis. thequuter. file his answer,and prepare to take tes the i111IuioUI.ashin tQn, formed in without the loss of Uves. The
Fancy -?, 1{tiik, L entlent.r,()Ir. irises) sold in timony. the stupendous rocks which overhang deceased was under the Asians bottom amore
CM reprising almost envy thing in that l96, no less than 356 tods of wool, ** We understand it to be law,as it is the Potomac. It Is situated high .p] than two hours, endeavoring Ie '

Itif weighing each 28 pounds 140,948: certainly the safest practice,that when the promontary on the Maryland side penetrate her copper, but la.M. He .
tf. U"r:..31., IMI.T pounds. eter the propriety of granting a continuance of the river, looking northward. frequently came op under her steer ..- '
- They feed often on oil cakes, often to a defendant is doabtful,that When you are in front of the hotel on (tenet searching for exposed plank, and ;
tn ItaiVarUuvi: \ on turnips, and sometimes on a plant the court should accord it. If an error the main street it may be: easily discerned -, could hear the centinels cry. Oace be:. ..
"t 'L ILL be i;fH'n for the apprchcn-1 called the Vt* thitilf,which grows on is committed on that side, the coa- b j directing jour vision to a yd i was discovered by the watch on dett;.
T f lion and eonjrtion ol the tlf! rich lands. Not a ing makes wool grow sequence is but delay to the plaintiff, if low patch in the rocks opposite Just and beard them speculate o,.a khan,,
thieves who stole from tfi* from of so fast as oil cake. on tbe other, a mistake might producegreat above which I is the profile tolerably large but concluded. a drifted log bad .,.ill;
the subscriber's dwC'lIinglonH,- mg+ t i It is alto stated that the sheep injury,perhaps rain a party de* The nose lips and chin are admirably them a visit-he returned to b.rand ;.i-eeI- ;
).U -t"t: k. 1 around Ifu.,on in Lincolnshire [Great fctuI fig himself against aa unjust de formedandbeartbe semblance of studi examined it fort and aft, sac theft ,

TWO FEEDING AK.MSsf l Britain 1)ield,on an ateragt, 14 pounds mand. ed art. The forehead is obscure yet proceeded to some other ship; .bat the ,
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i saw Mill-or fife dollars for the blankets, is applicable to of for want of a resisting ,
I < arpcts,shalloons It particularly cases a last idea of the noble form and dignified per awar. na*
If '!iIlJ:; Arms only. Gentlemen laD{I A lady of bpalding the saute county attachment when the party sued is a carriage,with the mildness feature, deeds owed the safety of their Kres eta.
art bu Jd.n.; mill in the nei (hboihood, spun one pound vf this wool into DOD.rn drat of the state. I often happens which the original, in his I lifetime,possessed i this circumstance. The longest space .
-equesud to notice persons offeringsui : : tfiR.'tJfr' yards or 95 miles cf ,'un.-- that the counsel appointed to de. so pre-eminently, as to inspireall of time he could remain Merw ( r
titles for sale. and to arrest the "1'he ttpprvtiltfes spin it to the length fend him can do nothing more than men with a profound reverence to was two hours. For a particular' description ,I.:
fc, MW onVnnj, them, and gibe infers of 15,440 Vdirditothcpoundcir8milr.. make a nominaldefe ce.-At best it is wards his august person. of this ub-marise cariosity* .. ,' .
s>.\ to the uU.nitcr.TI10. Hmrr vc may learn the profits this trying him who is absent; and under Such was the worth of the man,that see Silliman's Journal of Aft.' and Skicnces. .' -

SHIELDS.fceeernberSl country can make on the long wonted such. circa m stances, justice should be nature, proud other choicest produce .-Co PI. ,-fdv. ,1 '
-2t. or bratty fleeced sheep by combing the slow and circumspect- before condemn lions 6i excellence, has caused even -
f' --- wool end n.akinJ; 11'or.lf.r ttu!'..tal bat I *.** i rocks to identify his visage, that sue- FroM Iht Southern P.lr JI.

shaUoiu, Jurants, moreens, bantbazctts i The ra.u therefore remanded, ceeding generations may venerate aDd The following reflections ea 1M pi t

.:X ----I bee.T.ty with orders to grant the commission. hold him in grateful remembrance. t sent political state of Europe,aft Nlstr
use a machine to comb wool imparted myiiiscovery to many n.tlaran. :(prised La a letter from a* Ameriaaa .f
- called a '11Ir !**.' > Practice Judgment br default ,who have since seen it, and they \intelligence, under date of15th .Le-1IMt p' +i }
.-- AGIUCUJrUHAL.THE The price of a fat Lincolnshire sheep ,,.At* a /rtIen i* ../ .wrrfrf, lie unanimously agree that the Idea is correct September, 1821. Oar rse.,.-
THE AJEIUCAN'rAJUIEk.- after the thud sheering, is 3S. to 1':.. tart will <*..utsr lit. .II.aIMIi a i regretting that the penetrating' wilt not fail to discover ia oa et......... r ;"
nr04d sterling, or 8 dollars and 44 cents to .d.Utl'll. eye of Mr. Jefferson should have escaped ' ler's account the marks of aa..* ....a'" a
Tailed Luztrnc
Sliecji- 16 dollars fur the sheep." S. Allan vs. Lima.lfnm so strange a phenomenon, as he ; :
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Orchard Grab*, &c. ,. "-,,. The Lincoln sheep are preferred to ",. the let Dhtriet C..rt. could have embellished his Note on
.', .. any other by the English Marsh Gra In this case no answer being filed, Virginia with a Seamed description of; cal state of Europe, of which '}fa.wM| t- t'-il T!
BELMONT, :\0". irth: Jfi2U:' tiers fur hardiness and for/ire/5/ there was judgment by default, and a this rare enlificatloa of Washingtau. -.expect me to say sometbiag,, L h.oe S *5
Dear &jr-Your letter of the 9th 'af- Heavy sheep have been found to eat! jury having been called to assess the damsgrs I,l seen so much and heard.-anicb, aWt, 1 ''t,
wdi to me both pleasure! and pain. 1ua less in proportion to weight on some the judge charged them to find When the sun Is near meridian the II could fill a volume. Since IW.*,.J, r
gratified by perceiving a revival of"i experiments, than lighter sheep. I for the defendant, as n ft lai'1 after the Tunis. sheep ; and The Leicester breed of sheep in I been proven.: This cause came up ona lag. place affords the best view" created, the Radicals, Usy i :-, .
fcwtintd because I cannot tell jouY'rr England yield in Lincolnshire 6} to 9) bill of exception to tais charge, the fromtbt Whigs and Torlt.p-. k ," : ; 'j,.
to procure them. I had them *nr'cw pounds of wooL It is finer than that of;i jury having foibd for the..defendant DIED i the latter have always heM W.1 if liar.
,, when few were sensible of theirsmperior the Lincoln breed. The carcase is not I The supreme court considered that At Lyme, (Cooaecticnt,) on the 29th aristocracy of the country--tfce..ltadbw'cala ,,
value ; and now, when I Illa\C4 j;: so heavy,; but so good lands are Dot''the not anseriR g the allegations in alt. Captain Ex a A Lax, aged 72, a ret are entirely composed oltes 44k., '- r
tem not, I have many applications for required for this breed. the' plaih lr.petition warn..> .4al.ti*.. olatioasry officer. When the British die and lower orders. Their>asa fc :
"fw. There are some much dcterio- I[ The Herefordshire, English sheep, /these, 2 .".r1 ', /ff/.1S7. Carte fleet lay ia the North River, opposite to I pretensions have united saaiaH lba a< t ; ,
l!bed in my little flock and others in yield very fine wool s but only 2 to 3 PkUtifllra C.dit.rlo, .,-.. 2. Aad the city of New York, and white Gen. the talents and the weaft oT,sJb&a...a.*" t 't
.. ,1bc neighborhood I would not rTc.oma.tnc1. pound to the fleece. The merino sheep decreed that the judge below erred ia Washington* had possession of the ci* tray and although I hear re* m F sd reA
Mr Jcffcryes of North Can li'a yield finer and much more wool, and charging the jury to find for the defen rye he was very desirous* to be rid of volution predicted very, cuBiaVaiti t
- tne years ago mentioned to me our dry climate particularly well suits 1 dint. such neighbors. A Mr. Bushnell. of do not think either "
bat in his vicinity there was a ,fine this valuable breed.Mardian The ca"M"It therefore remanded Savbrvok, (Conn.) who had the geniusof for many J'can-on lilr.eJp'
lock of the Tunis sheep; and I I loran assessment of damages with directions a /WiA. constructed' a sob mariae feeble attempts of ,
es South Carolina they probabl'l I /////, A'.v. 4rA, 1821. to tbe judge not to charge the machine of a conical form, bound to.gether a pretext to It I
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,kned l the stock 1 lent them. Dean Sm-I send you enclosed a pod 'jurr that they ought to find for the dcfndant with iron bands within whichone vernment,and their quawi'4 'with",**
tk 1 itnd to our country would he be who of cotton with the seed from Macula, because special damage was person might sit, and with cranks military deprive them of ftw'', .aaiy t
t could' import some of these valuable which came in the Congress frigate. not proved, and not to charge them and skulls, could aavigttc it ,to any prospect of success. Tk 9...4Si of tb,- .,
f, maul.! All IT'"'efforts hue been . .J|' 11 "* pts. VClV. reel one t If spirit is the cultivation of it may be Introduced 'I be a verdict for him,as ao damages had i of penetrat ing ships bottoms,andto popular. The adrnl.t a uj .. i. ;' X.;
4 Itrn.tl1g for propagating sheep, no into this country to *dsnUre. been proved to have been sustained J this was attached magazine of powder secure that they have .' r.tJutea**.:,, .'' r;
I I'ttd defendant aad appellee within which was a clock which, and adopted a ..'
e **W be more profitable, than the I I I Will have the goodness to distribute and that the my s* ri
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j'Brjfr* ''tSr-n the fleece r.r' the you seed with such observationsas pay tbe costa of thla appeal. ; oa being set to n. ,any given tine, which extend to ev r'rH'eI.
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in this Island trust lH w.ntot wf the i uhln: an'tle* sows t';'KI- I.y no.ju.\.s. mi sewrt |,
>e credited. Jt vas said long ago, ** l'lVlI1 the petwliar ctora trr ,.r tie i the Tot awLii'rd to fttrtlMn b*_'.'. all cuss prate: oit'cr. aril jty.I .<*! :un ttti .,. !
I the nation thai coinm: .d* the seas Irish people, -tlra0t4ilttl' find and v i tttir. J'-ut DO vte toi y. rte wrest I I It weuidke .I"nth I. use a mhultC'i ,. In o.crr to Bite more force to
Meted like that i I description cf tie varwi t'lhra'tn- the: alovr: treasures !in fat or of
vill command the commerce of the diitittctive IM1.tdtWk-JI of tUeir Trrtntiuht it =gain, hatUm the
world ; the nation that pmtums that ins IT fxprrtKd, anti tW or.erhit'uutidt'ntU.od whirhtfce kpr!.ch of hi* majrstv to :'Vie and derriere tthteH "r,r rhwitrd.n Gael's. the Emperor of Russia Je. ,
r commerce will command the rirlu-t, of a the)' Ate to give the khorr of Ireland has *f<"pn!IL-j I ITItf' tLft"J, cf his :'.jf'U" 'M" bycos wercKfrnaUv that port huh lie wtll
the world, und ]>os r ..(d cf such sill Siktonbh nut Utah their lUijrl**h frl- .ed. It is lie DM t1 ijlem e4 all fci*' tut uhf" tea. arordrd a tlrt+ r for fi\ siren shall he Mimndcred to him.
** ealth will command the world itkclf luw subjects Hut aJll' .. It.- Jcor qaei?-it i.s curt no bkwo-no .,y of '..m. In ftr parr >'r j fure ?h .rtt.* thai he make it the station cf'a
.-or the hat nu-ith of this nation, re', led a* a Cart tht kdrttd,0.s the t..AIt-1IO ,R.trtfifr*. Hi wr.fy U'. arrnut with his ttirftnt. e.. ti tie lluss'tn: Aqtifciafan charged to protect
it would be ctttlUss to .poak .--Tlicorjrunir.ation are.ital of Ms Mitj<*:v', MI 4rtw his .riUr rnwn'rrta d tr 'hC'Ii..ft awl l..:rtinr wstrs at tnWnr the v' 'nl?. IR wlrr tort 11f' (,., ks. 1 rr maintenance of thj;,
of tree military acid raYJ t'iat. Whit n io|''tLat art to meutit to h:* J'C't.JItiota of "nY'f' .rit* t. tie 'r rl in vhicht.rlr qitvditn., and also of the army of oe.i .
t. cstabl'uliniciits b j c'rfrc't. r rout h. unr iUirvjj', d 3 Liar fvin t'.cs thff' ala "HI' 1<,It tn. .to had r.spit writ r6w *it r t, hastier : in ur-fttttn its ,t. provinces on the other
; policy the party in j.owct, t'nc{ Tottn; tic of 13a'batltstis' tf r tt tn&*"'. ***rrrli h rte bhter h* nlei: r.MftS: ) l. fetf1- ....... ,. the (.ed e f the M tM'! Bern rdrnpasrt side; of ,It I'.. rut) r, lobe at. the cost of
arc disposed to he 1'iitntlly to us : the Miirty it rvj,rtu. w Ifcid. Per- who had tat.tt fc.nit on' ms J""J1Ithus Its prtrsv uw a fatetahk t.fr. .Urf, Stan .an. (.'o* t'.nmt nt" .
t Vv'higs and lUdicaU (.re. ojH-uH 1.O5iHc tons air U !ir statit'M d at r.It,"fliret to erawho. :o a *, id, _4 trait: tc '1tr .ul arPptii (.f tie amsof tkisLirrstow -.
b tOUb.n ciistan i .cs bo aatjaart t-i& *1* these ...i r"f1tiu' aMl fotrri. than any Mrrr ia it trot )I\'totth t) heJir 1 'II\"if _. H. II I1iA.
1 fuut.d France rspidly tiding $fiorft n. ahd I. diasc..utrt'.ry ..n. i* hit don.:HBO**,jwir f 11 u> HM.ke tl eicnl.edirt.r ..... 1she "I,' I.vti, y.H'.fc" J't&m tft i'rt\ drtitr Journal--
the t(' tlor the last i1i sttuusu4er. ..t I I.. that/ Wf'KIa ..lk1t." The '01.it *t.' '. .!rl", -IM! 'N rarloura t..fI'C'iC'IL.with ,eat ,
iLMUDA.Fmn
s Thesubdivisionfptyett)the ibt .'t"l I.utH !.ieusewant *.!! ( OIHidlf Irdandiru to prow t, ih. n v.t mired ''1a- t trrifkrs rffrrt. t .
felt l hr every man in the w rII la cuhi- ivrtl 4ti iWiul inttn adi.a by' order .,... ...-ernt f..r their bvalty /'**.',. Off. 1' -On this il.y his thr rimy uteri the transfer of
"Aatr has ghcn a stimulus to imltiMtiud -%, ..f te StUH sit, t':at ** it sea* his *..- and lure. T. .a..dil"h' sttes,... M.rrtr. k-W a .rver* which tats r>- the 2 rm i.in: to the t toted States was
the prodigious HM'Mrc('i <.f tl-.. jeiv'* tnirutltiii Iii umAemmm in Id Ij- and rtrti c.r 1.kK.c14 ate teigar .DiM : ttct*rb wet arir.ffd. 1 hf nAl.iliiy rcrstirrd eerta;n. >ve.I!ave been inu,.
country have \i-lojnd thcntveh.,tt head hfeilxMKfid irtnsofl ibew until the ati .n. vtbrt eoififiatrd the iaktawl& .and t"BU,. the roUittir aid civil otTicrr dated hy catthp r.ny 'HIt.which pro. 1
:since the peace. The luurUoi wir, 1uin t mho ili e*of Ltibiro tlivtM tat enabled whrh; the p of>k of Ireland titvetn>Mle *.w 'Mf ptfKi d. In the etching feMed to Circus vny aciuiate dtscim.tir ;
persuaded more fiitiuj scaled cit the tn a. ju.rai bin Majertjr tkaf they wetr uthrir ..:.! ..."+ishtd I'"j\cih- there w>*a tp'trIdhl Drawing-ro}m. at of tie ccuntty. TItse books- I
t1iitnc than evict they Ihelnsrlvrsa1'rit. n;adv to rwrirrl\ m; d tkatbis Ma- ** lib v ait, his ten applet.h. bas which alt tkr ladles were InntKtueed if they could, in all respects, claim the
i They hate six jcars'of;jxN$o.I ion! +"itlt jr.tt, had been cncfMiaff j4farl lothl >! r.dy! *rcotttftli.brd I.h.II" W HJirrrto and prr enttd to the Kicfr. win ;n cnn- merit of faithful, compilation. give us t
sr all the strerjgtli deiic frtit ihc'|I'1k<>'- .dCJJ1t artntifemitH to trRete. Iris slit sbttts of bis kituKdambv fr trr tv with lie Crtn'sn c *ton*> >a- tetjr 'mprrfeei knowledge of the ce untry. .
t mi-n ant pensioner withltum they" t'aitt..rat) Irish ""kubwe lieu the ..*- i i a shied and iraicful. a brave and listed each of Ms fair ibhil'ctstilh akiss. && they are mostly{ composed from
I t have surrounded thcmsclrcf. jThr P''"" and UHcertawty of llwr, which Baal: pt plc11'f"1 hoer ritrn *H f thr "f"l of rUIOpt-I'T. ,ro reeve';
ftr.t\b ufXAfOttox add to their <*cV; *<* ui,*v diblt attend a*ea- fiipr." i ilr atria oitir to the ttwf*-thry (tt. 13. Thrrc was tHi evenlnjr a saw ;t, ard'who dep,'ncedon: the rxtragant -
I r" 1lib) adht'lt'nt hue no lojjer a'ralIpng '! It i* icMMfttitred that tire CMmtir tjf haul ek'b.tfd, the eatarxet *f ...tr.i.MII. frost spletw fd speetaelr In the attnurIradlnp and tnttrt&ttd tale of toT rurttfor .
a$ point. Those of them who looked Ie rlvnd erne aStsbattt t8"t"'onlait. pledged the rap of brwtfcrf srI to llerTtnhamerj. The otTcers all their: farts. ThefoHmig;
tOt ward to pld"': or ctuplo} ynirt> &tCouit .. topfC'tt't'C *t44LIi1trt aiA' roJa! ot the f.nl tit,. in their h.*toty they of the .army, 1Mn; nomher. pave a': letter, addressed to the Editor t t.\ inofF.trr
will join the nour'.o"* ; litWv 'i.tOl' la Dublin, trait l'1' largest :tr united-afcd lotaliv) b tie Wi i* cf': tt .1 erneert hy torch ".M. or. a% H. cf rite aimy latrlv drtackttf to
'bo M ere honest will joist thy wh uric,*rs town meet. ever know tl.,, v a* their ..i...** > U railed in G..t1f"It. fmtltt! m,*#r-i r; fort St. Vaiks. contain a faithfu'' description -
of the charter. *lheli1 rt.l jurt>'!!!Iu"t held fut tux psarjwse+.r4rirtitMiif.:4tl.r It U toot to br doubled tbat tbeer.f Tie officers asfrrhetl at HerrenKau'srn of the country: hctvtem the
their power by the jfiit*.ifiaitoti uf the "Utl' .ad .djUU"'l ibr imdvr J d.rattd 1I."i...an bath ( tafcfctiar and action:'' and thrrr I3AO torehes werrlighted. ''ftc'rII\US. std some interc-stir particulars
J" DukV HE niti. That art jaMtfied harsh IU1i"e'o r1on '' cetmtnalhirh "tln rr.on to std panies !i. L'ttbKn at the! std flvm to 1JOP soldierswho all of the march of tht troops.JFirt '.
r tn""U1't'1 and tf''nJ h"1'd the Aids oft a wrrr to attr ,4 Uir'iwyaf rMr MI'iov&tbMii r approach of the monarch, arose from sheetedfi rr/-//' ,t "d'flJMltism. Nothtng will khbkc th.* and CatiMlira anted tutu ti,tiK prWtotis .t>| shot. tb&t petrnnialpttnt .I'rit. (rj tat, tAr /Vjr/J The A/ Afartt, Jutu 31.
\ throne of the I'/otiHums hut th ali4 f er nsiun> of the UItrs-ttuyatists,l In 'nmof LV '. A..p1b' rvn> r.rt,stud the sat 1aw..' spirit by which strait up rrelitiritr atoMl{ air. and Cory of cur march tone tort Cacta'rn
Y. would rfiutu to the iff flf latii ICte air.|.J dittttet. tljrn HMA f iaer in t.aw- the lush Matron tilt r ttirterltrd. On the mll>I r rt'rurd lo stay for tartar )its this j'l..r.-not er lyt with %.. to
: I fourteenth, &c tiicixtienii'dvtmalnaig ; U' ..- or of the c..al. Tlrttfj Mr.as K this a\ r".... il '.r i* doable chagrin fotralfly ttftt. Th' torch Irtrrr then p*cerr-j):i afford jou a little entertainmem, 'ut.
' \ quietly in I'o, (,.tt.ft. sty were *| fioiWed, 1* of "bjiite costs which is ctohl.datlt. c%renc, muibr ptrat Ctr .(.1 save tbc KIRK !** was si owing you the quality of the ctnnli -
the King. motion of Mr. OC. *HI. a .i Ha* t vr thai six |t'd antiriparcd fitmit sans whit trar-Jrfl. i iJ &(.
Of Spain I had heard en ufi' to< ohs i ti:btd Catholic it -iL tctaitcd ftittt'e Hoyal t t wilt not Kr traHzed ; J Tie eftBdrM-en of the KJrg Ii',I Having received orcTtts from Governor
I film mv former oJ..m] that tl.t.r '4'b. Hotnaii Catholic site bMild t d that rut I c j.rs *f permanent rcriti- :tlr thrr r of test h praise antng atlj tfl. t Jark&on. to fo and take possis onof
luu.m is fir fioii (iiiconui'ittcd .,fth 1 hey k.a e 1 r chosen fe}' 1 ... atud stir 1 tn I.! ) briwrtti tlr tti'Iioos and poHti .'!.* heir. At some rriouitj "hitt, njust| iv$ti.t MCHmr0 by Uonoat CatNrtiVs, al *eri*. B-KM br tan, still the systrrr ,*tran thtew herself upon her kilns tie tint of n.atcl on tic n.orn1; cr
, ins, he.- them in c..Ifuft..h-tht" rtdt. t aid that ati tale terasry tfitiict- tea perIM i of tif ISirusa .ovetrtnrnt. in rrla- h"fr rr his Mattsty; and ;Imploied mercv .' the 19th June. \\ e consisted! of four
triremes| to hayc IH*<'n sere unfscun bate the uttx l'in't liatrj ti),., slrt.uk t1e.nto'.*t tA.ntry.ht fcndan enutl) r., her hoshapd. who w Blunder sen.trtrfr cfficcrs and I'O soldiers, thrrt rr.uits,
1 and ..1!,. of the church Undv -it v.SUiiO&Cl ..s in' lutun' take j4*. j ] that this MbloUM' fcfiiw dht The arcttMH of tbe dhW. pubftb- *.rttn fion tie infiesv"ns. .:. ; ftimr. Thr king caused ;inquiry to br : at Stst. vas due north for \\t pttttficdthrScott
oi.lj the bciiefi-fd ttcr;y wuuld litub'ecn I"Ii in the iHtbHi I'ntnat hIacs.d. A tie Jitif n *y have tr rived ficrr what made into the eae, anti hating fount : trail seven nUu- uy our
1 well $teemed hy thc Iuucri i.r f=iltl') iay far hi4attd-the fata ht r .r hr t AS .-l.*etvrd. 1 hr fear of giving tone cirtttrr"',nres favorable to the aptnr barren, perfectly Inc er.cept at
of priests,esjjcciall}. I l v the tt.etedirant the < otunanr -.tAc1I tw tl er basodied I :'n ft ter r, tk desire t.r .Cwding him culpr't. prantrd him a i intervals sunk into \tn'p5. fron cue
--orders who weir fmuutao!}' dhjsused l sad ttftj-lie L4 >Uyur \ tin ui f i e4. satisfaction, and other obti- The contest hetwetn Lady ?torpan to two feet tow the general sn-Lcr.
to the revolution. Tht-j., hattrrtl, the chair ami lAnd I.* iysrb.s' e KekC 't a* aa e*. Late no doubt prtvrtttrd & her antagonists is not,it seems. cons These SWI1Y\t& Tat) breadth fin, 5
'. I consider that mekhiue n* a jweluuc "'to of tier Catl c4k part% wt aa \1.r 1 cc. I 'n. fton trrw' those featarts of the Fred to Fvq lirnl. By a private letter,,to SO rods, and tic: spices h/civecu
ar the total destruction of ivJiytwts order, sid. .ui. lrttr 'eaf;rrt4 ** tjoit I IaadlumektiaitH In1 national ccr d.ti'lI. which ought just received from thr continent it ap them may he averaged &t SCO yards.-
,'. &nd hoer made comtvvu, "HUMwith the ..'ti.. 'u; I .".IM.- f fit rl <,tit io bate been ttptin his situ pears, that both the rope and the Kmrrrorhavretitetrd (;1ht'f'aU tetra matt in the rivet '\fda.
iiighfr clergy. 1W..t't.; .ji u ah wtt.- ; t. ia,4 hayor prttpttd (.stsigtl I for i< r trationtl got-tt. Hr ha* returnr the lists against her. >chkofa or in the hayous, its trait.1 I ic
lightened Spaniard bit the i't,at firts.f the Const nut'ti:'. tier little p.,werfifti ( 'ui ten .* ftai:>-I Jt. attta stir hroni-i ;addii c.rial Litdatss of nliment to. stated her recent work on that country waters backing up. when it is h;:h. at
I to the Lore u(,c cud tin i.e. < !Ii., t:se Iowaunu. sad 'h1 })*.. Uj, ,fcid* it r IH sl< pr'plr, bat without aIn prohibited with the utmost severity' others, with the- rains-wbtn n:i nn .r
4 It '. f ft.l.tm* iul: or'.lj bvsh'ttetrd tut uric .:. aMI10 a'trK MT IMMNMMMI,*rv .. k__. t '.- hod}* he 'bpologtfceri fur lire fiiht h} .*i'- i _. need btiy IR s U W tl sr fitj ,i i ;* .it :""'. and erreoa,. juith ne which wetr t'h the way to Milan, have 1'Iicic is lsu another variety to re'! tithe e
Inb, that if the King had mote thin ijint furry ftMiti fc tit tkrK _.. 'lie :ttonf r solution to relieve them. bri'nsfijed and learnt at Turin. I monttony.of this pine Iandscaj,' -
I tt the shadow of pow ft giMtittd to t hi< 1 b) .1 1'.. sing after the t.,u r aupfa '1< ear I 1 lit' sane partial intrtests L) ..whichilry etteMof administrsticn of the per it is th I Jp.tn ponds.which ate t u.t'
the consliiution, they Wottld ha4tH|| c.fth- u'utt'ttdeasarn.hlttiiMtt .. hate bttn maintained in twit prr- soul rotate and effects of the late tfred in ti. irtcgular manner in retry
i been sent to the g.llies in tl.u-e w.tU.and uhoo cosdialy .W. a. w.t alai seal Hair,will t fcntinnr to pmi(meatr. Cht'-sfoprr King of Patti, were* on upon his fast plain, aria toss
t' f. defended the other on the lumiIJtr: u1"'lItdlJ'. that there was to l'Nill1 I 1 1 he audit*% cf tie king tour muU thr *d ppsrant* r ntrd hy the I'rerog- r ratite sUch kumhers, that one rarely sees :''
: '. .. of our countryman 1 IUt..a.I ;.H-U i.n.btlr' itrrlLabase th1Ii tiiutir. it t: r ?.r cf the Lord Lieatenwould C.utt to .s widow and relict re*i than half dozen at one view. .These
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,, 'e' The 'Spaniards appear to hu\e ftrtr c'd out *ntb.lrw s ho};".' lttt 1.c'wt ... .If dr - M'to w- genuinr. vdsnc at O he.rn' Hotel in the Adelpht. !sire pools of stagnant water, J f'ncr.dlfl'tWCt
.nted the rcvolutionar piiit In hal}. kit wax aflNiviattHrikirNiHi to .u. The lltra of *ttr EIa** ty &**4 *?kt.kt, The property within the Dtotrsrofthe or three Act ;in depth, and of a cir-t
tr. Lit to ba\' OCt& toiud that pretnatuxmoximrnt itr*. Mt. I IU*tin n ems ef I M Kami / ""rAb pleasant enough cf MajrsKnir Archbisfcep of Canterbury was cular form and from I to 500 yard iu
in Naples' and huitlauu. 'ttt f,otii Is 1 Iii a netolrd tniniMefialUt It. sw orn uzdrr4ow. circumference. they afford. a very
Tin* people of Milan "At'I i ) visin-d to dtrk, in sir t|>.'i*. .lai a ,. c ._ Count and t tantessVenthotonhavr thick growth nfcyprerswhich.rith the
watt for a war on the tontiiirutj had kilt'to lurch O*a .n't rj*. anti *." i. f.'- : FIll'I(;*. kit tt rim residence in 1'ortman-street, 'hushes and briers and vines almost excludes
tl'<'\' done so and made one 1i"UU1U.IC'. ( ... |trtri .utt>tt1 ,.n ele|.. ...1- for Parts the rays of the aUI:. The water
cu' inorrnirnthow dim n'ut "uu1. ..f: w li-rb the A..titt !aa ptaatef i i-. \' r.rL Kit -, into Ilanotcr.j'i .Ml the servants of the late Queen in them isnnthinjr more nor less than a*
hhM 'tcn the rekult. The revolution'avv wilts M ajrtty eoamittM h i rJt :* :.., it,. Ccorge> the IVtb enI wrrr discharged on Saturd 1' They received . strong infusion of dead leaves, branches -
.m vement in Italy' ou bsioiualo gtest w tin. can tf &n Iri.h"u.t-iINdK! fawiofSu **... 'le capital or Lit Hanoverian the amount of what was true to roots, and other vegetable matters
m at IJarnw.,in lt*rat.u Itr'ulutiunstsc Ii. select rMtidit tint bWs- ...: II Vale c* tNr SOIL Ort 1 be ptOCesMI them up to Michaetma- , :')er 11[ cjinsmeniat.lj the was Ia miui that ha 1.w %. P r: vat very fall and very splmd. fefrtcr Itr majesty however to see Jour ofrft" appear in, of a iron
";;- Coi.M"tution of 79I, tin.; Gisurmnuitucoj t I.t' Iu'r tu hauhh ti I..J tea rc T''h's <" ..MoMlacted tbrt uch the city \t prtvatrly disposed couldof course du ing. It is in these ptoemy dens tliar
t. < s ttuouj; cutfcll 1'tanrr. (+sHI'this ! *' ; 'je n.oten.ehtiu".treerarpratr f.-< ti d a crater nand li'If a. b -.f He (., tr*...f CtrMral, where the King a- was.,.,",on ,ht' pan of the Admintstratton. tit spirits, if any whrrr upon url?!.--'*
v to hair horn occasioiicnl! .ltultc"llko.f\ *.i utid of hi* ;| fin ..b Las ahb.ytd the t ( ... .*d received the eengratuia-- that any gratuity would be gitrv here are to be found alt the efficint in-
tir"uff table C.1)J'.c.ou] of tin f .sn4 r.tiMin of teat** h.,... I lets H1I.lti..u irlatioas. to '! I'm. It has t>.rn customary gridlent of the Chendronat hand. ".
IUIK-: ttld.the iti4liJ1UtltJ.; titottf) .,f \\ ',. K'I t..n! ) roc, .-d te quotr Miirr f tty- .'t It r i' d .f the att nor best to the on a similar breaking ujtof any Hoyal The pine barren here is not fntirtfrunl'roduuin
Al> I A'HA. !t''was unexpected] hv1fus. ui-tk],l. (4 tlir irtn.ri.at tVIttah I d- i. 1 n s' fit phal arcbwa rrreied bjI I'sLhlisl.mtnt, to allow the discharged under cultivation. It 1*"
.. a. md tat''r tlOf' sheen rot the .tws. on the eveMlul jiH <.:". II I r .'.. .iM-t- who aside in that flu.1.11" .,- M"rUJIir tot better prodded for, a vrry good for garden vegetables and
".vUs of that cJ tm>.. -It his turpnzed M 'I I'f Iriali in hugh i u awl Amrr5 a. 1, I ( < : It bate iftftrriftttcns yrar's wtgrs in addition u. what was talons, Sec. and will bear a few crcpi
me that'the" otn* jrnut ponru, will scarf tlterrjoriol tins tm.ii'tt"t% .j. r.. t, vf aJTrrtion, joy. peace aid "rtially due to them ; hut it seems that of corn,hut it is said wilt wear out scone
f rsprcially this ((Jreat llriUin) should 'with ast-hi.Ia.'rhl. ot l% tc '.r r aMlrd "H.t taus in the present i instance the custom is to In its'wild state it aflords a good tatgc
t. not have acted in conceit with hunia, '.\' ...ir |)!!'.. rr. \\ bvr..+U .."_ q. I, n.. City approached it, a tie.puI bt'l hoftvrvd in the bleach, and not in the' for cattle. The growth of pine i* thin
so as to have acquired a right to a division tin, rt. wont; ft .;,e. tbat the.*t ,ionl .tt s c..f tr eardcner* adtatKtd, observance. not averaging I should say, more than
of ,the spoil and to have I"r.r sir TIM* ( all1M'.atad thrmo it runt Cor ht wn Ky thr r<*Kistmte of the distort, P.tab. llet. Chevalier Roth, Serrrury twenty treee to thr acrr.
g' vented tlat power from hecomtng niche the 111O.Int- should inert in drlibrrati ,h o drr to ,r ent an address fMrjwirrdft of the French Legation to the cur wn moved forward at first in
I fomtidable, which cannotdune otluerwise oU bttd at the s ori.l ,atd0 .'* the ori ..n. learnt,- "r of the United htates* has returned to France, high spirits, for every step they took,
without intulnug-et UrHki" 0 .\ k.try ./w, til. ," Lcs }'.ss.ttrst auto faiirst of.the gadrnrn' charged with_ a particular mission. from hurt Codsden, they ccnsidesed, a
in au expensive wat, winch they aux /ard a 'itt t9 /"'I."J1 jt +tLh'kttd / .... irnsdrr*+rd inwhitr, also pees The frigate Juno, in which he..arrived step fiorn't'vr grave.-The rain fell con
extremely anxious lo avoid. 'I'he Kfui hat ewer t11.ilNl ski. ''en'try irntrd his Majesty with a congratula- was put under quarantine for 40 stantly. and the men's knapsacks let-
al or the Turks to accept the ultimatun in fit err. Swat strides haveatrvady lot y r-m. data at Ihest, with all the passengers. ting wet, became very heavy, and some
,, ; of iliel.iujieror ap|>eifc htghl ab.su.t 1 etti made to allay faction ; to rrmotrpirjudue 'm"'f"ctbtdrit"ia the Gatr, the *-Ltmtc, Sept. 24.-The arrival of of tls?,{ began to drop before we reach
The op'n ion in this country appeals *-to diminish frudt .to conciliate bief ofSerrtH tbr I""C'" WH> ii called several Sovereigns in this town hu ed the seven mile creek Here we opined -
to be, that there will be no rater than all the Citations the Slid iftvr, pIC srntrd lib M.. hers the subject of general conversation our wallets and enjoyed the gist
f s' but iu France it is deemed ib \ Witri of good and its men have been able jetty r ith tKr key of the rale.formed of ,since yesterday} tend It is said! tification of good appetites the rest*rd *
y For my own part, I hope and to hc. ompir h in 30 )nt'S." gold, and carried on a sill fashion.T reparations arc making for their reccption. -|of exercise.. After resting two hours
tbal there will be a war. The fividomoi ** Nothing can I Ise more delightfulthan rntr.foar 'V""K l.dit"l.f the first Independently) of the King, on the bank ofthe creek we forded its
I { the Grub would 'IK some roiuola* to witness thr good frrling and hilarity f&ham..r tit city, can e forward and of Saxony,the Kings of Lngtiud 1'rus- and immediately struck ofT to the cast-
tioti.for the failure in Italy, and if these which prevail am'-hr.st all ranks presented lilt .Var. 'ty with a poetical. sin, fcc. are mentioned. i ward into .the St. bt1"s, trail. Try
A gt.'"t powers have not souse ocmpa- orders! and denomination, r'nil and address, rvfirwlrr of congratulation.,! I'rivate letters from Petersburg pine trees diminished in size and num*
tins, they will pounteupon Spain and religious his niajctys subject 0. affection aid ..t.t.dr. i state. that since the departure of Baron .her as we advanced, and the ground \0fchnrtt
tQ Portugat. 1 had a great deal to say this occasion. It ha* not been di,tutb- In the aftrtbion the ttotat carrier itrogonofT from Constantinople: the imperceptibly downwards and)
I about tlic{state of Germany where the 'rd by the slightest tendency to diauni-' "at T d up to tkr plarr,drawn bt right I Ibc I j Russian Government has made the follow we found ourselves wading in wateiwe '
a revolutionary I' existk in a strung on, and rveiyonr trims to tie with his "alr..1 tttilk white horses. His Majrsiy -:, ing propositions to the Porte t | were now on the borders of the Raccoon -*'
degree, but i must it fur nriglitiotir. in the n anifr t.tit. of M( **
postpone my > n regard rbrrtafte sat then driven thro" 1. Thr rvHrstablishment of the swamp-we did not pass througfy
.. next letter." I and devoted totally to the personof lit juire befotrtlr Castle, in which i iI { Creek Churches and especially of the,!it, but near cough to be able to furor
.' j I the monatt-h, because rvery one U{I the ArrhUrsofthr Stale air drfH led, i i Patriarchal Church at Constantinople. :an idea of its character. For five null,
From'h, A'attonat feeitetIHKLANI cunvitutdthat no monarch that rvrrjswaed and thrrr Iris Majesty bad an t p{ oitu- in vhich Slur body of the autarch, ex.ecbtrdhy -1 tvr were almost constantly in \ti&tt'r
). : the tfcptrr of this empire, Loa \ nil) of hrholdin? the baildibg in *bleb ;. order of the Turkish (lo. | and three creek that we crossed ''rte'
.1 n looking ov. r a sir es of the latest dour to muck jar Ireland, at (:e.gris' hit frloriou* anrrttot sour resided,:: rtnmcnt, shall be deposited, under a i,waist deep but the trail was p!&iu _Mot
London papers, th(' topic by which, af. Already ha* hr wrought mute to and in which the memorials of their magniEcrnt t *mb. (f'unobstructed. One hours halt was necessary .
t.*. he Qut. n'* dfcrttK, we;wcre par accomplish the blerd work of conciliation greatness are ptrwived. j I j "2. The restitution of thr confiscated I after passing the Kaccooi
ticalatly attracted is the King*. visit i than all the sovereign of his The iliurpinations in the evening tone property .f theitrcks who have been swamp, fur the stragglers to core tip,
to Ireland. Tl'.otc papers contain vas line-already has he done tvorr to re- rxtrrntely splendid ; all the Louses in a.'*assirj_tcd, to their surviving tdtnn. ,- for the mtn began now to be jjreatlfc
rious extracts fni n te Dublin gazettes, cite tie city of LibHtinUttotnethingof thr city and in tI..l'niI'01I were tightcd. -,, t t fatigued.Ve resolved.however, to
sik'ing the preparations mtde and the its pristine splendor, than bat ever Their .>* no bcvtse which bad ** 3.. Trer and entire liberty of \tor. t exert ourselves to makrExe mile further
ferns; excited* in 'vgard to the moinintous burn done In-fore. And be will receive not the tuna cf trjoicin;, and the let. ship to the Creeks tinder the protection to a good encamping; ground'thctr i' ,
'. ( occurrence. To judge from such welcome, at bt6u the people, tees G. It. IV. and C. R. l S.Ie- of t *Ambauadetsahd Consul of the was none snort, of that place, sufficiently '
the-r; language, all itvtattd wat agog whose entl.usiasm U nicverbial, and a rotated with various ornament n te- Empciorof Russia, who, to this end elevated, to afford a dry ladg
. on t' r occasion, and in eager motion : King, whote stoat oi sash manifestation ry man)' a.oatftt rten of the 1nmbIrinhabitant shall hIt thr rijhtto establish agents ing- It was. .l long five mile "' *
:fll\ to ;;!I. the capital. "t'..h in the mail isjiuiahle' a* it it Ihr1,." *. The street-were throngid wherever he n'*ydrcni it tar edient. I,[were told that ill lay on the ether side
j. ell' Vi-rre rn. a, i \ -ck and ten ** I ark of vi t.fin-1aU c f 'sane ti lit t"f".rtlr rot dressed people, w 4. To instate tl,c esrrution of these of a drip creek, to he crossed ort ahi
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    : .l. ''fKb.auu. d-tvrrj WiAu,1 dr.uUt waj;duig influence anon the txailoot oi( ana wuli their kutbauds or brothers:t f WiUachrlua anti Moldavia, and the ,miaolr ,raiupaign and lou! before w4
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    . ";.,a,1 l':. <"<%<*.* :i.art. inat, Ia'tt) i n. Th: thistle m u rair i|i I to aiL Every n ados a a- .!.,arsl I" Uititrd but<* and likewise reaps eting consigned! to TttltcTicll !c Watson, . : ,
    "j ,.". 4"c' \.1t ..ntt'4.t' .. tp' lonely brad the rank" kta** bring h. m. u"'t..n.. p..4.I., ih! elz.re of t6V .Apollo' in laAJ, r rss C. Pirdar, and W. Hattonstall. re ='
    ' ''1C. Jt vravrv tt. wind and the *+* nftfhi into our ***& to take the .. -
    . 'i !:>slut: '' or t. r: '"'? ** ports mi afacturrs : tlolatlex or our reuoll" b.,. Tr ,Sloop Trimmer daily Mobile, passengers i:
    ", j'l' ; l VlVi tite aside wa look at the window," hut no 'such and prodo. How* J t.r Cnhrd""clim of the (. "nt jf France h. s Mrs. Tailor, Miss Van Pre- '

    I*,t ,' ;al.a' +' and tl..I\.t'I', through-t vestibapi a ,remains of thr abode of ifeatunf States bark to their.,flaw ift thrirornteMelr recited not Ihs .wrprv,e than oneern, deles, Col. Jones, and Mr. VanPrtdeltes. .
    ,' ;r.u a it .l.d: nut &a 'peer | '1."j!' tuft' i jk \t to j jnu.;?* ofdiktLitrr was ( cjoyrd on 1..rd. United Slate they Might br irN fMMtrd w iri'els .r*"MH/4iii dtKin foci'. in cither instant e. CLKAr.D, a
    ..s 1 M iSjo.it*.untifced to that |I ..vo'l Jit ihi riser and lia IS4 lttl the United Stairs ; and in rmttti It Ot the Sib trtklr of the Treaty rtf r- Schr. Celeste Lapirche, N. Orleans. .
    1\.11.! .;.v.n'.si: :. \\c' arrunl, to- :!Itoun! I 4a. drstroyedj ansi his people Was required that a like a/rc/ 'ttnoda- rd to, it ia stipfclftl thai, alter the I Stoop Trimmer, Mobile. :'
    , or.t.I: .rt.: a' thr ;;f'Cat en'"I ;'I rcatt t4sl. On the tnoroimT of the gitJi I Lion MttiU !ir grafttni to thr. arsons of rxpiratinn ofi wre jrars during which Arrived at Mobile Point Dec. ,;0, .
    ? ::1' n',;' '\. w<* '\\"t told the !]" ur niratnjK-d half fc '.,j e frew thfo fort the United Suirs in the pfttt of other" it w M prot itk-d,hy the prvcwlinp or flit sch. Leo, captain Stodder-having' 0"
    ":', :t ,1"(1 r\11.: taut it wisr' and cwmtuuHicated with CM eomftMtid-j ."_"f"1'Iw articles to Hr admitted, attic- thai the ,. > of France and board too.casks, IS oo brick, te. for ;
    ', ;t 0"}to r.lriit"! "fI .1t'r UJ too !, ant, 4ud weary treated by butt tad hi* ur prohibited, on riihr i..r"n," ttn Spain sboftU in' admitted into the ports the light house to be erected on fhe
    ", II' linti the brit... lllt'%t' 'uifir. with ccry cirHl'v* until 1W cart of the proposed amrB:.rinmiv--"I of time .J.-J Trrritory* without paying feJ nt. i'assengers, Messrs. Hum
    ," Irr: ; :titt 14ast'iamg atthest to jwoiald rr.a-n the wi ight to Shi Rkr .' .tirsna menbatMiiMT, GUI
    >. ',':e dcclaivd to be ben transports party > ; or tonMl phrey and Thayer onnactotS.n Sc '
    1.'' tVri'H"Y'-ihy) n eri' at Ieu .iIi ronvcjy the K .mard* shay, they admit m prohibit ouch atk-lo rtOffttlwftlJan t .... tir rr .
    , "I \\ ',.' : tart sheet ttnsklg r crt-d the foi t to u. with vtutnl ceR.tiRJ' as it thought pamper, AIH! on I t aid pry $:i&r m"'of tM United States, light-houir.
    .::1" '. ,"-otui'a" ta-nitl 1 into tiw- departed.Tiuv ttis "n r ,hiot I th'-.tails.r Iraacesliurstd fu e,er af. I Itr i .
    ,I. I"s r \ :.,i j"U''; ''Tat one ''I:1" I fort ;it. kiluatnl the pattd t fjuttt \Vhrn the nat.rr of the emit',. . ,, Sir placed' on thr (footing of the j, Slteril Su\e. .

    'I\ tlrou, ;li be ty. h.t. sill" to .r j: ,n of! r.mull rhrrs, ralh-d dies between the UnitrJ States and cvrry j.jtiti most ta r.tirvJ nation. By the obvious'' "'I.I.. be sold to the highest bMdcr -
    f "v n.s, hw to tV! *'.*<'k ; hut ala, s|I II I M.1S! rL. fit nalacbr, ." \ 'aucW.i'a. cr couniry ".01* tiAm < ti. ,irw, I.sI 'I' on- iiw '"I V. .. .,... "*"t'tr'C'I. tad It i i. uiutosrd| of a larfethr ss6 laebuildiisif ws4thors-t I ( i5 tia spnspyr'ssisns .o ihl ,t mid that it .." ittteftdcd, that no tarot auction store of Wjrthe money& Foster in"temaeola

    . ,'II, I i.1,,a tvl l its I banks and rim j startle lamb ;scour, whiff lie ran siur y A f.;.', aod rvrn itr' l cry ; thank br (graoictl to any power in on the Lath day of January '
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    '. '"Ih., It'it .'rued imjH'**ililc to i f4tU..! |troloftiaU< n of a C'ln'llltft.jII1 etcrp dais rr. The 'b..f tSc UaiIrd -: ihor pent lo which France shnutdfH tnsunt, .
    , : that MiKht, and wr had I.l set 1'ie' opposite*marl rise a. Stairs c n si si I1W'ft" nf a t!1i, Ir*; hr Cwthwiih entitled ; nor sh..uW' Hox 4
    . : ..s-i kT1' ) 1 A-*ortrl Hard \"r are
    iJ'-! 1a\'i'l 'bff'-rc u* of ',at.lin".. all a.ft.ittr.y "!'Ilene arctheslirs- of the first i "'** *,* and of tulle miteriaii tray accomHtodaUon be allowed, to another ,
    n"!; I 'It'pf'trit-a l limbs upon the I ji tiikial defences, rtrrpt an stclar hi drntand fat forrsgn "anwi ar1tsrirssn1 power, on conUitton, to which i Taken a$ the property of George Fisher -
    . :1': (ur clu-wfcrd\ With the raiii'Jli jMiisad cstrndin Tram rise greaser bvlL I'ftIlllihllif for Itch i f'.hI aoi she, be miilktt pen I scosts t, to satisfy and pay a judgnv.tnl and
    obtained In
    M.iit'.nu-d; '.> ru11. tltC.t| btmbtpa! ,,:, Ins feet srttitir wtwtc it trI..... many vtssrl, the tr-: lit Me..IU. Undrr this conMtvctwa against said Fisher
    \ ,.:.;. -,:n,liun, !I'\fon.'> one or< "ornt a fi:1.uUK; !** and. IHH* Wit 150 tufts far which, in i tr min.f.,.iiirs! mi faint, or accommodation, !Mt the fin. the County Samuel Court Shtelds-S.re of Escatu-
    , : t last .d..ro\t..d tine of ferilUl it j join*' the wallJMirdi g from and '..iu.a.of.ar foreign n..1.i couM be grahtrtl, ti any power, to the Ito County, by
    s < take between the hours of tineand
    ':", \\f ::1". !., i41; 1 ,. r."t r1.'aigHi Illshirr tinyrgr uf tJMh tfU* ". IB this bolo r*vnwhrti dipo rd i.f ihrrr to advantage pfrodkr of IV.M By allowing the I two place o'clock. '
    :.\u\' f ,tI a f"?"1 4.ludt'rthe thin a t' ..I(. it.,+t ular atcnie lmVIABjp> may br brought in a hauler vrssrl.TW dfuiraftnt alhiwrd by those powers, C. S. E.C.
    _: [. '"round. .: ;, 'f' (>r h-oft'ct fur ufljifrr 'huans j 's- 1 he juhiini* otosw atioa i* mine r* e. ially ap-i> h wi iUalwfejs !stand, in those ports 3d. nn.\DFORQ'', .
    ; n te .! rountrirs front whit! I loss vf the most fit o ml January, 1822.-|w r
    ;, .1..1.| .;, .,nis j i.a%"ait' ro, a srraa1kss ur howl prwif; and statatt jHraMrto ; : routing nalioa. -
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    '"'.,T.d wit'* .tntiN. and at''oO. .tu..U buil' '.::-i ..c4 l k"at'L' kfH'1)t: frou ,rv iban star liMHdrcd yrars astd -.4 It spinet, in a fctri rmtrnt lo the E.topescs .- Mrard, as that Trance should enjoy of pursuance of a decree of the hon. -
    the h caansiIlldaord lets.uhisi domiHUas: of rvery llurrjpctii right and without paying the etjuita- '
    i.\ t'u- r11rr"'rlt tttrry' nmld 1tLIr sndscmr! Suave Ateade for the City I'ensaco-.
    \ r,i:;. :'(;crriughitn. \.c, h.su' .\\'. t 'a_ws.Tlw' "_<, 1ItIiI1. in a certain t" tt'1t'. lo all lent all the advantages of such condi- 101, all persons are required to present t
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    , iw alai kite cok slis Ill tltvw ."" lly placilSt tiofis as taught be allowed to other .
    .'I,.t'j in .'r'usoiuour chute 1 "itUoIttrttl Yet low sur s 1' pow- their claims against the late firm of.
    \ .., flu I ; a"'t;,}1"1' T11t' mf,1 %tra. oun4ttd on < vrrv hide nail h..ls t., the natiiati ttprrrisry! on ers, la retnsu to! important concessions TOWh St Edglcy, to the subscriber, 1
    , -.1 I t tin rir i \.yni; )n then lWtthe and inj s r ibis, extending etIr..i1etMI' eke W1M .round ia iV tri.fspnrtctionof made by them then the whokchuractrr the sun ttn ; partner: and the adminis-
    w":1'1'k: ot the !II if} aId work- I. ettt. no.Hi and Nest, and six mHrs to r port an-1 impott*, hrtwrra law of the sti.uUttun wowhl be chang. Into of Edward Townes, within thirty .
    . ':t .'\101"_ ';; IIi t'a.t t.t.itlfCt.-- ,:.1- "'4 on the (,uih, from .bencc we '".'\ State and oi irr couninr, it ed. She would not br ph.teisa on thefueling days from this date. '
    ' .,' ,1\.1 'Hlr (lsrsrduc'. n'.: 11. itdai1g tiMU-d by deJ'.yhtfalmidertiie f.fWUIit realms (.irs.nird thai all %t.% oflTrrrdsHiirh of the nnvtl f:."ni n tiiHt, hut JOHN EDGLEY. i
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    could hr drsirrd. U srrMrd Itt Oft a footing held by no other IMUOH.
    to.t": a.1 sihkhs I hrliete as *
    places
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    ::r.u.n inr-ot;, our sitting :, January 1322.- t. jlalit
    , 'JU' ti! hH uod fares. and i'atngoua; ,.(.It1 / a* any other part of this cnnn he the only propoiik+n which swirl bedecked She wouhlmjuy all the adratitdfces allowed '
    , :'.,-\H- !,!:'pt soundly! and rUle OHnj.Mju 1n''c have two gardens"Web pro- which wo kl retain rvrt the tkrmIn C'MIa4..11ota of like A..- ttt 1.e\\e.yS -
    j t w'h i: iutdicT and spirit* .i lure 4" abundadcr of delkk* Si., mhtancr nf equality in our fa*<". vintagrs *lk wr l lo .. free from ttr- Rrmai'sM ill tAt POd Office, Pent
    , o aril the Tolojj swamp now .it{,.. Rud e"he twgr4 .a1t18. WI t Many rwn idrrations of great wri ht ry, arm any condition, whatever.As Ill.tA/cA {front taken out within tArrft&nt&
    a o < ,;rtsi t' oui,' Milli''nltis': %. To-day the ls.,r a e. .,.taiit tntrtr -* ssitb br lmdrd to the c 4oto ., Frame to complain, of the seizure of POll Odin a* tl'ad letters
    : ian all of mats tacit as thr l:_rwpr.* d.win-, lie .Apollo ami the removal ttf olttrrtreU
    t ] :nh .II :ttl r\alt, and the facr the I rit M !ern furnish mantirr C7* Letters marked thus belong to '
    iuutij' Sf<'ante so'tiewbit inufi fruit i tI(1 rrfrrnhmrnts at a rbrap fate. truest, or other porr%. \Vit ihr liter .. from tec w.trr of the St. Mary's the Army, and thus to the Navy.
    , -u.t-d: : asxvi* approached the Upon the whulr, ur hair ..ade.2f1 tat.relkutl ,raprrially ..;5i C ..lriM ezehitite- It will not be denied, that every A--PeterMbaA. \ P. An.
    . I. Ira !had the 'novel 1 pleasure of r c!.anrr for that 01. t|* raanttfariuritijf advatitaic wM as nation has a right to regulate its comHtrrcul drews, *R. \. .Alston -: II. Alezaaler. *
    Iii;,! ; lull I !1x foli-is than 8 or 'tt'lif" i 1'ort GadMlrn.CONC.'ltKBS.. apif rtly ON their idr. An iftrf!iMni.ty system as it thinks fit, and to d .
    i i i-:!>. 1V.. aril,eel at the 'border =. -: __ f. that I. wa peeled Pram a tbforre the tc!It- lion of its revenue nn ftj. Brown John Benton Mr. '
    '1 bottle with thr rol" and writ the provided it br lone, without an i i"_. Drown O. .
    'j"o.Y: 011.2 P. M. TUisi* a Bartlett ; E. A. Blame S ;
    J the holder fn sire rr.too. at it %i a% k io.n that the lIon of the rights of other powers Mr. Uradfoot J. Brosnaham C. Baron -
    I' IH' t"+imp, on +
    , P.m he Xis:. Int (wF.urtiti : ** mhirh the ceIo irs (kritrdfeoM The violation of its rvvrnor laws; is an
    .t:;.I.rhotaI ; It is crossed 1 by pfcii \ Blunt 5 ; W. Barry 2 ; K. Brown, ;
    use wrn ..<" star hixhr ttrportawrtttbem offra",,hkh all nations punish i-lie: J.' '
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    ! : trail u narrow I voad prrcise- Bright 2 i Brown fO. Brown ,
    \ ; nlsn"o y, Dcrcnibcr 5. ,tlwir la'.r brmjj br lo.H with fanbhmrni of which goes no jolt
    "t' i 4JI' 1 :cow patSi: : at the north. D. G. Bollard, .Mr%. C. Belfort, George :
    j ,f t routrS' <:SM; swamp herr i ill 1'hi1i deter t'tPresideet' of .. l'nitrl air much jre arr ptftfil in thr culNrr of -aj' .f complaint, to the power to Bowie SV.. 11. Barkley 2V.. Bar ,
    a nii' I:>' ur u milt' and a !half Hm- .ti'. and hrrawtr, biters i.. .lu..IJ.co offender belongs' provided it on.
    '. 1:, '.hl'flO!:l: tua; :,, jtt.. anA State] tl'uniu..t..tl tltatusstra the srti'-k. of a'hUh Ihosri supln, Hi rmtrudtfd lo all equally. In this case, -R. K. Call 13 ; A. Crane 3 ;
    ',. ,"II! (\' t t't'rr r".tlslalr''A' '... Cond.r"y Mr. b. I_ (iutssatxs. 5 NMtM.' ',' nf w'iii-j: :in railed c... T ,- ; er tbr ecllnl.t] of for L ititrd .If' %j i. .,"frd a Rxrd purpose to violate our Clark, E. Smith, C. Cassin, W. Comm
    : the fv'k' i"j ;', '!'.in"d into ..n.r tHr rvtraar laws I lad the intended
    T.J-;: !-l wusn.> full to wnrr party and. Ceo. Cushine W. A. Carter, ,
    :id to f'l'fh it t.. ffjlrdr I j I "J-" ..\(..h t lwttoof Easivp.'x. "pi a" ci.s .s t.,+rlr.r I. hire pmaifrtJ a fir tradebr would -E. Couch R. L. Cotton.
    t 'S !i a eta"a: r at tu ivlii ii I, III rile ollu-r. Tj.is j 1'1'- i J-'l/'If11 t.'il'f'IIlf ,r the '. a ail w ** ft'!' Ptrd vhkii is dmtrsi or had he intended to hate flans, Dailcy, -E. N. Dulany 2; \V.Jewces .

    ," tan..rruur; j AS ,:.*;e ti.ari i and ('d"tfJtliI" bl' ilrjirrkrx'illkrrr ha iml to ;'!) the want* of the carried on a legitimate circuitous com. *J. Dunlap, C. Downs, J. M.
    '. ... I 'h "urf \i < "'l..ItIi: : ,'t'd I. Tho ; ">jr 'ss of bur 'fiidf' .1ft dar patty admitt'ttff iu and admiitetl I then I' Mrt-cr,w iih Ihr Uititrd States,he would Unis, Miss L. Due, G. Donnety.tl .
    ::1, .1 I:rH' aCI%, ahutt.t" !141". '0 ht\t SCaI..an hat been stlc'b as scary } OH MI firfH-of any psnkubr (...1".1' tote ettleml the port of some other -II. Edwards 2 ; C. Ewing 2 ; J.
    .: ,:"-, 'ran. aid theum' ofjof *) Sir clkim$ mid n peeledipHvroifleiii utsder a .to the." .h..I.I. of others, .tier, lasted hit goats at the custom unghram. i
    ,.: :: ...'.al"\1 dnt 'U t flh- : lfriitijf all iu JO. niffili&ttio rMHy apptir hlr m all it WHIM: according lo law,and reshippedand F_Capt. Francisco, G. Fisher, T.
    n;' '.t..titer I'rs ei'j'.tlc.a; : 1 1 If..mt an u'nlitititrnrd I people, and under .stems jt ih.i the article tins .lndttrdand .i sent them in the vessel clinch power Ferris, J. Fttzsimons, J. M. Fosdick 3. .
    '.' I r II 1') ray_ W'i shtt.t| Itt'I'! eases forfnrd by their t ftfCMHtt&tre% incited should be cattle or of some other power, which G.-J. Q. Guild, *J. Graham, N.Gil.
    -. i.I'ni f'I\\".lN trl..d .t'u' ; on jirn, c uiutdWatioH,foHlir M!? pur 'thither In the trsrl of the country affording might lawfully bring them, free from and, F. N. Guyot, A. M. Gaw, P. II.
    It '\!!! ft-atlj} dark when it ;i JH *C of. It..fhcJtiuKI'tr wrrtitttr and hqt* kurh wpply. .id that tWrrci- )such duties lo a port of the U. States. Gait, K. Green 3.
    ,"','s"I.I;, aft. r .11;' hCo' s ."I Itstr < (timiw of t'irir' conklituentt. In lists neity houtd hr found in a conrspon lot[ the conduct of the party in this H.- R. Iloneyeut, J. Hutchins2 ; .Plarwood .
    .; !r ;a.' 1'1 wad"tss: burl: t1tf rr- j <, uti.Hi of t'ioc' laws, and of the aerorHHHHlaticinon on the ther UIc.Hy case was altogether diflereni. Hr entered E. II. Hincbington, E. Hid-
    '. .f (>III'! su;:"5 >, P.'>' i uf ''ic wayr j puar ?- tmiiHl by tWco."iwtlftu'lndtt" allowing each party to partiripatem the river bt. Mary's, the boundary wen 2 t -UUttR.. Haskins; T. Hard
    ': urit'I :.T stud snit tierce, tar.r' KKfChthr.; uittvmtltrd attemk lau the transportation su"h stpplks, bet w era the United States and Florida lay.P. Harwood\V. HtcksM. Hughes

    ', ; !hel'e> ,: ramp. I !ia"'c not Ii1 f bent paid. to the gnat objects to ufcicb on the payment of equal tanaagr. a and took his position on the Spanish 3 ; L. Horton, -!*. Humphries, G. G. .
    ;1 "t'? to taste tntJrr afforded f side, which, ia the whole extent
    ksiry atijjvU tsars' rjitei 1. In tint OMWom wlddi .Vfttf proof was t> anarcom on lays.
    ',..". ;'on the count.yi i imAf cruising are rt.Uiitfh ititftul three h uss1 1ctdatlnsc pirit. To abandoa to it of the titer, there was no town, no I.J.-J. ton nrttJi 3 C. J. Jenkins 2;
    ,q; sir: 'I"U 1'rr': ilt lint < au\<* to 'W wlisu-d with the I'f'Mk.-+ Ibi' transportation of the whole would pont; or cuttout house, and scarcely any S.JeweItSJ.J.J.acboo3. S.John.
    ' (r the wholuf j i'-it is a -T ic, U*. Ii4t liiid line due upc'- W a sacrifice whirhny0ht not toWexrrted. settlement. His purpose, therefore, ston.
    rJ'r.", proj>iTj* 40 < thtt! '.tf Ir 1 'do ration and rflVi. In tfaffc wlat'lift 10 p The dr tnan.. in the rrrsrni was not to sell his }goods to the inhabitant K.-tL. Kearney,D. Koowles 2 ; W.
    "K i' tit .f+.t ultis'ati.at.s fut1 n puut ss, 1 &m liatHir t. mouser.tlst lsrstlintr. would IN the more uareaon> *of Florida but to citizens of the )vent. ;
    :;, !Ih :ht we p.tsei'uvrr" a ropn i pi-ace and amity sent pitsrearwth *''ilr tai M1drration of the inequality; United Stairs, ia exchange 'fur their L.-tM.Longill2 ; N. Lockwood.

    .' -Lr to t'at ahtrsly dt' n'ibrd'i ; all. Sy attrirt U.' '".*: -.OH h set rr .w'atr in the trade with the parent productions which could not be done xitret, ,\..'\. Lear 2.
    : .v.ut it wa mow utHV<'n, and rc i siAr i .. of Oat H:tn s vf earli. la ntattrv ilbout a direct and palpable breach M.-\farshal of West Florida J.
    .'tact t<'jr thr Ockalvr.ony rti .: If.ditl our 'ou.utKial Ittiessuor.-. NJIftr1.b.as t). '**!, of nr system at ,of oar laws U is known that a regular Miller, J..M'Kinxie, J. M'Donald, J. J. t
    ', I u hors said to l>c p i. d.Vc I wtsrtr a difiVrvHce of opih.on its< ,'Ci. ftltaUhhrd hy fir a< t .f ISIS, :and II systematic plan had been formed by Mathews, G. \V. Murray, II. W. Mor-
    i-K- uiikof 1hhJ| ; \'er.t I1rt"II,1 ell, eta any c jV'-, ax to the rrsn4i'tu. s o.. -.c" ib true r t h.rIn the year in certain other person for the violation sun, J. Miller, \.. M'Reynolds, A. E. ;
    '.r. r ;iplort'c! during the rest <.f! .bi..b it 1Jltd tw plattedea'rh ,,;11' .shh t.is.arl .<., 'a wd," trraiy wa of oar revenue system, which made it Mather 2 j F. Meynard, T. Monks, J. of
    *. itj E'ir; in.! 'out a canoe anJ ha% 1"H'\\lt't'l it* own. policy .it-t tJt.ktlcod wit's (.,..1 Britain, in strict ihr more necessary to check thr proceeding Mathews, 2 ; D. Merry, Mrs. Mussen .
    :','II Tun: i 14 ad'';., tiiarou'river, givittt;just f HUM* of rfrsnts- to fit* thr. .r..i\f w "tS t9 prier rlrs, in rrfavd in its commencement. line, C. B. M'Elwee, G. F. Mott, Mr.
    ttie Vno; .'n. :tt'thelaact'nhrrr; In'ihit; unnuiil r.oirim *iic4lH used it, the hanksv T<- high and | it c.hsini"i,1sats"* the \Vt" Indirnd A __ _ W. Newton J. Nicks J. ,
    l iy a .H n i< iitidr*****! 1M. new rr m t N. O.-T. ,
    "''t- ::1It.ft| oar tit.,, |a the Cosgt'rbthe v Hole \.'npc+: oi elite oft. < n shin r....etit. it was not enters. -OnThursdaylhe nth alt. Newton C. CSSulIitran.P. }
    j
    C fTI'lrl't.n! Jail, U. /Wnf /f.: United Sutra district '
    1'1" freer The deal dfd. Bntioh P. Patrick R.
    , co irti* nattir.ly KHnet info use frovrnimrm claiming .- P. Pelham ; ;
    -,' P''\ifuliy tau 64> and She fol- \vif.w ; that crnirs if wli Ita\'" Mil the mrtiivr -pply tar tHo r rolonirs, attorney for this province. In II. Parker 2 sV.. B. Peters, N. H. Perry
    :11'"',' Tans u.h.-, d ,-> ttf eo.rci!>d ; that dr.fetis and frame our own ports,and t f the pro- hopes of s.i ins his aunt and her children 3 ; W. R. Peyton 3; D. Partridge, .
    he became r
    : door tra't t. (')r f or 3 mile MUCI t air !become manifest, 4ua dent of the rolonir in return, in by tilt tender care of them, Capt. Plunkett, 'ro Penn, Painter,P.

    "'a"":,.,.4.11, U'I'U''I' ; .:"tlUtl1\ t.:"d' may .IMivmedifd, ; and on the other hrr on rHi. To this claim the him"Ir a viclim to the fatal epi. Porter, *J. Piper, W. Parsons.
    tbe rtes tiut lJan1.'n .I&'HI rti'sf ''land that iu4tiac which were a- United Statr rould not assent and, inconsequence demic. The lost of his promising talents R.-S. Rca M. Rouse, C. Ryan, ,'..

    stantaartss: 'seas, wc bad no- f|, |tt,*d 011 due deKVruion; and -hichraperirtire each party suspended the l and amiable qualities is G a source. Rathbone, J. Robinson, J. Raynes 2; P=
    tllitlIe FIvrHa rltr.'lliCDmI
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    'c1 rtptd \utttIJ. to C'f"f" ", hat fth'.wn air jut in Ibemselves intrrroursr. in the trawls of the qther, ofvnivrrsa rrgrrt.- Ryan 2 ; P. Rice, A. Rolin 2L. Reynolds -'

    P'tIt x'htch''u rr 'f\'e"t. rw-h.. a and) r'rntul! to the public welfare by a pmhi'Mtimi. which still e ists.Thr L II.Rothwelt, J. Ramsay. ,
    'Gl,ttritty to the l.tr f"idc'n4'.f wliould be per (*red in and *upporled. same conditions were ofTetrd to Q S-B. Scarlett, Mrs. C. Simes, E.
    .. s1tn. chat w. h..1 not f-t"onf' In pfTfarnnn;thinece *ary Fr nrc, bat hot accepted Her Gorcrtiment Smith, J. Stay lor, J. Shott, R. Sailor, '
    uttcsmiks wss-n''I. ruuud our'ilaanccdinto and very important duty, 1 shall rti. has demanded other condition 1\,\i111'1 '. D. Sparham tB. 11. Smith, S. Stone, I-

    a Oat bo;;, aft vet dcavor to place bcforr you on its merit *, more favorable to her navigation, Our dates from Washington City are D. Smith, iG. F. Shoemaker, G. Skate ,
    'd11 ccoan W swamp. The rain now "-1tsubject that it thought to tic and which should aha tire t'un unary to the Slh alt -The Hou e of Reprerntaiivrs .i 2 i D. Simrn 2 ; eR. Scott, J. W.Sanford i
    tor't _TV soldiers euliil her .rjrtiires S. T. Singletree S. Singer.
    fatb4 < to jour particular attention in encouragement to man after n..muounotihJ't' .
    'c 'rN' dtt'ndwdVith ft, and! i ilhc as'dittinctAtid clear a light as I may and prtfductions in the port. of the elected P. P. Barho, or Va. Speaker TJ -Miss II. Talmon2 ; J. Tingcr, (
    tal nemrd il1 a load fur a burr-. bi ablrJy Coiled States. To ihrsrit was thought After It'ningoul: several articles prepared J. D. Taylor, R. rapror, E. To h. 3 ; ;

    ka..a, rail. was hrif UtI 10 an art or the Sd of )Mar-fi ISIS, improper to accrde, and in consctjuener for ibis days' paper, and making J. Taggart, IG. Tcrrill 3 ; N. Trues. J ;"
    said and All to the ri;hl anti Ieft so much (,f the sacral acu at imposed the tr t.-ictlte rrgnUtion everfpossible! effort-we still have not dell, en. Thompson, .S. Tuttle, P. .
    that bog it of so !lobe a rontis higher duiuon the tonnage of fttreiKtir which hid been a"l ipteJ on her tart, room for the .'/,.*rr-awl are compelled Tartliff. S
    14at would not bear their \fl..and on the. manufactures htriag counter-Tailed on for part ot the to postpone a part of it until ncxvrek. U. V.*D. Utl cyJ. Vaughn 2. .
    "'It. gore lest under their feet and productions of fumjfn nations United Stale, the direct commerce,b*- \V.-F. White, J. H. Walker J. P.
    '.,,r \M.- hat there wait nit when imported into the Untied St.'M tweet the two couitirirs in the veseh -. Wolfc, WfcUon, Mr. Wet, C. Whit
    us
    ;' ,1Iiti.t;)""fc'c"t keep upon in foreign VMUK-IK, than when imrthl i of each party has born in a great mealuresuaprnded. We ui dr taml that Major Genera son, b. J. Willartl, Willctts, N.A.-"
    .
    '&7\UprJ' could reach firm lan-t : in ,scud of the United States, wire It i. much to be regrcltrd fttNirt, is caprcied here in a few day Ware, II. I). Winn, P, II. Winder.
    .... ", and ;tat vc were told, repealed, *o far as respected the tnsna that although a r r ociati.m from this place, Litta. df Cartui l. .f, o/t.lI. f
    flVCSlln'llc': ". lIo\v tits failures and productions of the l1atidn his been lung pending such is the di-, will proceed to inspect tie various M. Camillo, Louis Chyut' i ; C, Lopez
    'U 4 ttjlt'n. ot tell 11rilight my.J j'condition, that the repeal .bould tike psalms which lure hart brouglit!I departmrnt.auiuxg. D. Torri.
    .c.'I" "I';;, I \\'nt forward In 'tint ,.<>fit-.toily) in hvorofany forrijtn nation into dicussion that their doe not appear -- - ----- Uttt des I ttref Fr "ro1.. m ,
    iwe i, r :-np' but Was et"t'uh'c. j t I when the rxjH-ulirr should S be" *atiftfied to lr any rrxxutable! prospect of t 1t1L i\; '.1 I.. L. Bugnon, M. Marine A. Landmine r
    with t 1uu' him 2tl I contl I..n. .Eufrosine liinard M. Vie. (;ralapegk
    'b e ; ; my feet t1aaud, dilt hninatin diitie, its ) ,
    w-i oat', -.r"'e I tlcr'.d..d. tn the dbadvatita, r of the United Statrs Ill Is tny daly to state, a* a esav; *ftrrr ,t "TOUT OF 1..ENi.\COI" M. Frinque, M. Petuzzo ; M. MIeha* 1
    2i."ct tht oar way at about 10 J I had likewise been repcJc hy such great regret, thai irrjr seriousdififrrrners ,M fortify'Vw ,., RNtlllt 'trAAattkb letie, Annette Bcdoute A. S. Dumcfe'' '

    ken vn the from ri'rllt St.' Mark,, and I I nation. By t'sis act a proposition' hair or urrol, its Ibis argo-j 1 t.t.F 1/.".. fill, M. Penmen, M. AngctouAi, M, S
    'v I't'l hank ur tar : was made to all nations to pUr ".nr i iI cushion, rmpwt.n' .* the cniuuaetioa of Sauveur, >Merle.
    yti''ttlrr: pht a 'wer tear the : ronunrrre "is'J cash on a biiit, t.. 1,1 I)111 i tI a tittt,; (oriiillit Ilad I it WAS presumed| would I P acceptable1 1 whereby I IxmUbna was ceded to the 1 days New-York Assorted cargo, lu Jan. U:2"1tT .

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    SfRRRT, ]jC tt.j 'rnE PJIOSPECTUS .,::
    or ANF.SPAPER
    j Wave lately received and tffrftir flfr, \ tt.. :
    TIJtl ,
    the "
    ; R 1l bbl*. freli flour, jl II "" 'rmur, ffhere' \, f owj ..,ridlltr i.Me tity tfAh&ite,.{l. 1'. U. O'ElU "
    I 20 do. Pork, and Tat? '
    large vsnta HIE TniK or Has just received an assortment
    .
    SO sacks Liverpool r.-rulld alu following1 article :11o1)i1e CttutmItcift\ 1WTER ? .f
    I : :lu t\ in sh\ t i Ism Boxes << .prime GOODS
    \\ttT Superfine blue and black Cfotit
    66 Kt''S.It. !
    bhls. : (
    Whiskey
    too }j.
    30 do. Philadelphia Gin, | S3 Do Spanish ,. 'tug rising importance of the state Do mixed Cassimere.

    40 do old New-EnTlaud Hum, 14 Do Yellow. : % Or- .I. of Alabama;its progress in wealthand Do. do. Saiinctt,

    20 bags J 1 aana Coffee, | 1* Do ..nrt respectability, in which its seaports Toilinct and common Vesting*
    10 boxes Wine Hitter, I 11 hd Paint -if. %o llrgclf participate, notwithstanding White Merscilles and Florentine.
    11IU1 the severity of the times; its Fearnot and white Flannel '
    4 qr. cask superior U P. Madeira ;
    Wine, | 1; 1 Bart) many advantages,both as to commerce Bomhazett assorted colours.,
    i 4 casks best Claret wine., I Barrel and agriculture$ and its consequent increasing Calico do. do.

    ALSO, /j'j't I Tierce int. weight in the great nationa- Fine Irish Linens,
    An extensive assortment ofDry 1 Do Wltitta sC'&tc-ate' circumstances which cannot Do. brown do.

    ; Goods, Glass and Liverpool An ... < 1BJ but be viewed with peculiar interest Cassimere plain Shawls
    ,
    I Do embroidered
    50 Ca.1".U. by those holding and pro. do
    Ware*, wrought, friend, table intercourse with the state a* Damask do.
    s With a ,variety of other goods.WANTED Knives and }. !) basi welt as by its resident citizens and justify Figured and cotton Hdkfs.

    ; t a S riwr*, favor the anticipation that another commercial Beaver Gloves,

    , 3 to 30111\ tes CoHon, Iron, A*(*sand to. paper, if properly conducted Buckskin tie.

    For which the cash will be paid.tf locks and : will meet with the necessary patronage, Ladies Silk do.
    r )Pensacola OCL 29.r Wood Screws, at leasuto preserve its existence. Ribbons, assorted
    -- :-- sorted, Cndcr these circumstances, and encouraged Chenile Cord
    3. ZSlontTosfc, Brushes U. by the frequent solicitations Black and white Satin,

    ' T> ESPECTFULLY offer* :Ines ,crviJ Saws, ",, Lr a and assurances of friends in the several Brade and Tape,

    1t i [%, ces to the public as Land urn)'- assorted. or fc- parts of this as well as in other Black Silk Handkerchiefs mi fo,y
    or;'he can produce indisputable testimonials Trace Chains states the subscribers venture to offer red Cravats,
    t of his qualifications::; he will Cord Rope their ,services to their friends and the Silk Umbrellas,

    also act as conveyancer, and draw instruments And sundry : public, as editors of a new journal, Ladies cotton and worsted Stockia,
    'of writing;with neatness and to insert -all of, \, principally relying on the exercise of Mens black, white and mixed U<

    11 dif patch. wilt dispose nf *, their commercial experience in one department lIose.Twist ,

    _Pensacola. An 1i .st 1*-tfANY tt'nnfur cash or Keren i and that of their industry intnotht'r and coloured sewing SilU

    person wishing! to ,purchase EII1tNI.ZE11 ., and render the publication useful Patent Thread, No. 33
    valuable privilege of a ferry Kovember 5- and amusing to their mercantile and White and black, Nos.Thrnd..

    across the bay of Pensacola from 1 ala- . \ -t agricultural friends. | Domestic Ooods.

    fox street to Navy Cove, may1 learn the .1'l'TfJll_'- --- The advantages of a well regulated | 4-4 Plaid Ginghams,
    { terms by calling on the subscriber his \\nt's press in disseminating useful information i 3.4 do. do.
    'r Aflicc JOHN tl. CHAPLIN, : r,"ESnEnS bit with ; in inculcating salutary principles; 4-4 Check do.
    ? Sept. 8-tf .Att .f r for ftro/iHetvr jK lie. Ibis a in bringing into notice new sections of 3.' do. do.

    3 DOCTOR 'imOXAUWiHAS ; dwelling on llw person,---. country, and disclosing their resources 4.., Steam Loom Shirting,
    immediate "
    the
    "
    -have been too often and too ably discussed do. do. *
    aoeiated with hihi in the e3-4 6X
    s, of MEDICINE, John ''. -tf to require further comment. Trible gilt Buttons,
    11 .\ JOIIATIIAN BATTELLE, Pearl and bone do.
    -- D. 'WArrtM.D. Their hop is next \ \ ; *
    J' JOHN n TOWNSEND.Montgemtry .
    Glass
    dour the Governor Ofti to
    I 183!.
    t they will devote their time to professional G &/.' / : of his ugutt Button moulds,
    business. September 1-tfJ An Terws. Silver Thimbles,
    if
    $ -- 11Da' FIori The COMMERCIAL REGISTER: will be Knives and Razor,,
    it OFFER my professional ser 'ice ru Tit estab published on a large suru.royalsbtet" Suspenders,

    as an Attorney and Counsellor at (" City papers twice a week during eight Ready made Clothing
    ''r : my office is near A. Collins Ho I Grand that months, and once a week four monthsin Cloth Brushes, ,

    tel. shall attend the court* In Mobile, of $ and the year, at eight dollars, payable Playing Cards,
    tIt Bland a Fort Claiborne and: Cahec bIn 1 lIuo. half in advance. Country paper once Cases No. 10 Cotton Cards,

    j, tae""Ltate of .Alabama.I : : 2 a week, of the same size, to contain all dens and Boys Hats,
    J, I am about to prepare a Digest of .5 / ., the news and new advertisements published And a large assortment of Ladies Q
    the Law of the Mate of. |\la!>ama, 100 tion, J in the city papers will be forwarded Children

    watch are now in force. Proposals fur 10 and to by mail at three dollars, pay- SHOES AND BOOTS
    ik i wnich will be shortly circulated.JOHN 10' tie before the first number is issued ,
    they ;
    t \ Gentlemens fine Boots and S
    CIIA'PLIX.Pensacola .
    I H. .otst
    UOO four dollars if within six months
    such paid
    ; itoys do. do. do.Gould's .
    Aug. Ift-tf j jtCT Eve dollars at the end of the
    or
    opin year.
    r t' t : The Editors of the Cahawba, 16f'24I'rizr... 1 C7* The first number will appear as real Japan Blacking,
    HuouviHc and Fort Claiborne 13216 $ Boxes of Chocolate,
    IU..J..I.
    paper S after the first of
    i tt'd early as practicable
    Th! jxr i c iucslcd to insert the above three TStlet SU,. I fif November nest.Subscriptions. Do. Nos. 1 Sc 2 Soap,

    tini.-s, and forward their bills to this Tnv only if, f ;a.o,.- for the Commercial Do. Spermaceti and Tallow

    st .office.WASH. -- _. i iy r.14t.uto a |,nte. J Register received at this office.SOME dies,
    Nest Boxes,
    L. HAXXUM will be dfpofciird shall
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    Glut Axe
    Hanging and
    j j. :iLL practice LAW iujPcnsaro-( i of $SO0u; on the enter A V\"L'L.\\ N. D. The paper above Goods will t* Mon
    ,
    la. His Office is iri one end of of gsooo; on the eoun- son or twelve days back Mr. I the most reasonable terms.
    -. (..111)1. 5 'riUe'. house. SSh)(1; on the L"I ,to rt Jones of Alabama, came t. -
    ,,. I'rnsauata t < Sept. 1.x..1'urmautier glO/KXi on the : pt'nalll his place, to meet his friend and kinsman TAILORING BUSINESS
    I $23otna; and on an Mr. Richard Jones, expecting to Weatly executed at the above ftlace.

    I R'J.Jhlazzery, prize of SltW/ioO' be at .:find him on his death bed, at Mr. Baron Highest market price given fir
    t 1)IHREUSand sworn intcrprctors, a d..du.tion of f f r ac ** hoarding house. It appeared however BEESWAX

    J t in PetuacdU. Their three drawings. I, 10 have been a trick, a villainous N. B. Highest market price v
    r h, oHureis on the great square!;, opposite the find week in it scheme, for what purpose the author be given tor
    ' the old internment house, I The Cab will of best know*-Mr. R. Jones was not here
    . l''nsaeola. Septeuuter JZ3,--tf for the /'rite at I.. Ox Hides,
    : _. _ said nor had he been here, the letter to Mr..
    . ; nr/s U"Ilt'd1"'.. Pensacola, December IT-1!
    ' JESSE FEnGrs ON, limits iE. Jones purporting to be from R. J. -.t
    nor of Helen and (; clerk troves to be a foul forgery Independent -
    Cututuission \crJ\\\n\t: saeola, No. 1 37 <* *o. of his p..ivate feeling-cm the occasion mltfe t Florida, Etcambia Couty-*
    -t r/IIIO"( the Market, No. 11 south third -a sense of duty to the publicnducts December 8M, 1821.
    'i TILL faithfully attend to any bu- No. 102 Market their Mr. Effort Jones to ascertain David B. Morgan, plaintiff 1

    V t sin.'ss enuustrd to him. Heha 1'cnusl lvnia A" of ten and expose the author and all others againstVicente >
    on hand for sale low for' Cash or '\ \\\ s S1\\ ; \ said concerned in the letter in question Foulk, defendant j
    ,
    TON ri iIHS the ifclJL
    CO day came plaintiff
    He therefore himself reward
    Beinj tinder the keep pledges
    Tallin and gentlemen's {;Bool, and ; said by his attorney, and it|
    t .*d Stairs, and handsomely and satisfactorily, for any
    to the satisfaction of the nl
    1 Bearing
    5hovf drscription.
    every ...* specified rn the formation that may lead to a di coverof .
    lions and Children do. that the defendant is no inhabitantthis
    mrnt to Vender so of the scoundrel culprit.- -Report
    r Co."tr Shoe for Nerjioc*.' province, and be having fwl! 4
    ders, ', to this office.
    ?A treat variety of lirus'r1.Cosa post pair answer the plaintiff's petition, on i
    scriber, for tie krt the Ptaucob,ttetmwr IT.--tf1VYCJIE '
    ,1 or every ducriJJtiOb. rehe thankful one -_ - tion of the plaintiff by his attorneyi -
    ,Plavinif Cards. i from ; ; to k ]:FOSTER ordered,'that unless the said def
    A ni4ll assortment of Hard-Ware" ; dant enter his appearance herein,'
    \\. ll\'. : CO.1.1I1SS10..1ERC'lId.NT$. I.VD.IUrTIONIIUI
    and ':(<*iis <:unstdntly on hand: answer the plaintiff's petitiontor

    \ \'\.\\\) .* uui\ Ut-uc-t'\t.: The only agent tn. or,. Have on hand. a general assortment$; of next before the first Monday in M Ii :
    oran kinds. the and an attorney will be appointed
    |C7D. ( UCE5. t the court to answer for him ill I
    1 120 IJanrls Inch; Jt-t nrnf pleasure of ,.. "nher Hardware and Cutlery; cause. And It is further ordered

    For, sals, applied for immediately.Dec. Capital /V<:rdt cJ An invoice: oC DRY GOODS $ a copy of this order be inserted it

    3, 1821.-
    LUMBER.pQUARE ; than any other Bedsteads Tables and Chairs ; 'y/ -A copy test. .
    r timber 1 mericsu The shall Window GUssXut Nail k Castings; J O.MILLER, c. E. C.

    t J Plank of all descriptions | them. and China, Crockery ware,Wine Classes: Brackenridge k Call, attos. for
    .. Pickets ; i J prize of$. and Tumblers; plaintiff. 2m. pr. ret *
    Shingles, ice 3 do. ( >> Law BooksWrttting" t.t'ttrrpapt't;
    For Sale! by the subscriber. 2 do. C. Boards and Scantling,Carts & Wag-. "'..., Florida-E.camjla County*
    ' R. CLAPP. 14 do. $/> guns kc. kc. Daniel Duval, Ja.llllnliffODAttJ '

    J ]'rnlacola, Aug. 25-tf 240 do. !/ - All of which they offer low for CASH.. against V meat
    Besides an They have rented the store west of George Fisher, tffft. J
    3u\\u F. Hamster & Co. er their[ present Commission and Auction rI"U1S day came the plaintiff bf :

    HAVE RRMOVKP<< TO tf Office, which they are opening a general JL attorney, and it appearing at
    the ci- defendant is inhabitant of this
    HA1LBN STREET assortment of no
    TO TJl.A
    Oit'PUSITTJ1J COURT HOUSE, '"I'JlE pub.d \}ry Ooods and Oroctrlfcft ritory, and he hating failed to enter ,
    ,
    n91
    herein the
    On
    'b'Th ERE they will furnish I to sell at retail where those appearance s '
    t .j Point at the : fi ; wishingto the plaintiff by his it is or
    \ | t their lore w'lh11 kinds purchase by retail,can be attorney
    iilil zy T I ter Bay informs tine. accommo etl, that unless the said defendant
    of
    / [[ Spiritou Liquors and Pro- public that he has dated. here before the first MOl
    on or
    vision of the bc t quality,from nltcssary Pensacola, Decembers, 1821-tf pear '
    HI February next-and answer
    Kcr Orleans and Boston.
    and *.
    convenience of wdlbr '
    FOR SALE plaintiff's petition,the same
    Sit or seven Gentlemen can be well At
    .. VliiUcra ). Dzssaoair of ken for confessed against him.
    ac ',mmodaied with Boarding in a private 4 superior excellence of
    and from is further ordered that a copy
    room.Likewise to any of Coffee 1ftonht'm construction and southern :
    *
    a Room furnftfted for the afford as C'omf d intt proof together with a pair of order be inserted in the florid

    LOVERS. OF SOOI) as a new settling in the Sorses,well worthy the attention of anygentleman two months successively.
    IT is the broken for for ( inn under my hand a* pros'Justice
    1Zt e.rh1.tt lih"'T &C.ON pleasure or profit, of Ese
    to have (as soon &. ) Pocket they are in the prime of life-kindly of the county Court .
    THE SHORTF.ST once. Large ad oontr Bank and docile-in bone and muscle of proud his,It the courthouse in PtDl&cola.19th
    Gentlemen thenuehe 1825.I : .
    can amuse day of November
    sufficient take promise,and in service tried and faithuL i'\
    xviih and hew SIIASN'"
    realinp northern eastern U. ) .
    And two four [ -Enquire at this office.
    Orleans papers. A copy Test, M
    Prnsacola December
    the accom mod 17- tf
    ..
    Novcml s--tr. will -- "- JOHX Miif en, c- a c't,
    the head of Yellow
    lntU'S 1 11lrrJlF \\; -:- s a tola.. thief, OFOIl SALE, J. II. Chaplin, Esq. I4t9.
    ; of the IOW for Cash, a fine and valuable forlldJ'f.g_ -
    ; invoice of Mahogany Furrii- lying in the northeast end -1

    l and Beaditeads, received by November 26. *. oft town, near the water side.J. "F1S.lj"E

    the: schooner Planter, from Philadelplra T liC -.f SIbOMO.Pensacola. A FIRST RATE SECOKHA* .'.
    ; 5 i. now open for examination at will practice Nor. 19, 1S2K & Ta1UzriatrtaL ;
    )Ir. :.larmon's JJnck Store on theF.H.NlSBETfcCo West Florida. He : ; \g S\\i\\1\e, 1lrii\\e,
    + rn.\;NTU
    ,. '
    Jleac chamber in Mr. or '
    I 1 or AU. stars \\\'ClIE x Fns.De

    Oct. 7J-tf September /4 e4tty tX"1Ittfl of AI, OIiCf\ tetbrrr3L-fit.



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