Title: The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00612
 Material Information
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: March 9, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079927
Volume ID: VID00612
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10589672
alephbibnum - 002060561
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|1"fS. I4.It ..eCa IIIMs the ''I I r1.. 4f /'''"+ II a..iiLliIrt5d i'; o empress t_fert and thrown to him with the greatest 4

'II. C.1. ", q ': .i'i;, 'rc l tort*% .,. MIKMI**! k'stau d. acii.llk ail .tlt45tc "' I ? pnk.... K J we r. I ,y. li U l..c. e of .., Jrjir* is paiUatU vora .ity. Th stock of provisions .,d

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x.: I ,1 11 it1'r1St the hf'ut-a drooping of the head u.nd
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u1 CI' u.. iI '"' . ..t,' LI '. A4At1 u. .,if' ... ..:. ...Ok'. ..t._ "I I. .ii I k.'C' ta;midis I .:: itltNls- -* a|>rruiUoH ucnas the Lttoititigs sleepiness the eyes t the hair of the

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br elflC"'W1lIw& hoped 'H' islet 'ite to
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1 . ', I. ... -" .. ',.e ..u. ... j " 4. .... .. ,.t.... ._ I"'k. .. *> 4 nat S0 -rcd i& .- fi>mt the tlrtMiiv.i, a m.n who betoug t** tn;.tof the whole into a bottle with four gls:
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. ,.. l i i & I.'J. fat, it i e Inn left n. ,. .. ChristKin tote one night-it
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tr h, t,J. (4) a'..' 4' to ..: .. ..r.M.\.o,'" tail .. ," w, a.a,1 I dwr 9ira ,Ld1Nra. .., p I..ai .* ">>b'" M.J.IM ,u n fibres mn "I nav' evr ...nwtl you. as theriMMKs then fit for use.' 'YJ1pplicatiwt.Give

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, ,'. . 4. 1' *. <|. MtUir | ruf>iMrti>*ii.-4] la UMT izrflive worthy to sultry shame fur his name.
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I I.: f ? . U, a..1t u,. i.la Zf iK' M4.'e ..l. I.r.a' 4. I l'. f/K,, To rau"c Oil' 'rrvr,' In ;rote amictjatinui tIrr1H: M f1wn.tra dos tnJ't, as tAr the Message or the President of She t

t. ... ... ./ ,. I 11A.! ,,4 -'. f'. .a .. c..M-4tI. I ttY.frprr, *" 6>y trmfitMif .*. I* Ahf United States, to both Houses at the
,.I .1M .I I.. vary _". ..to. t4 a. wIs ._.d4.I _" thriAjr of
'1' a Jt iI' lIt C" . "14 bait 6> jtrfWNNffMj* Arm f* rift. opening; the seventeenth Congress,
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t :h t.., ..,.. ,.,. I .< nbrd u. :t ... II.. I. A 'P IIIt..41 d tAl .It''* (,"., 'MId around it ; aid, afrll,.4l /. dr*.,..If lit,,1ft' is thefr Ctnertat.T drrm Juctton.DF.MHTMCXT :

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.I 1411' aCL 4 4r.waJ cart Itt.ut
. ttaas wen lo kiMtnes sod Candour and love /liiiAM ffin U/A .1r rtla 1321.Sim .
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: i<* Keri inc rartn ttrlh., and I i arc .. .,... They mean to mtcprosclf direction of the Presidentof
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6 J IAr?. :.'... ....I a I .a r. .1.to f '.' 4 .*.la .. .......I ia4 "wJ a IIkW seam dut ni 4trau I (t. .*, Mil every auittMal tat cuiMie of hell than t" nsChn. of transmitting to you three commis i'

.. ,,i ably 'VI Ml: "I,"JII I . 4 .e'1 ,.,St '. I .1..l ....'..as4I <.... .e rune *vil rtUl m Ntire: dui in U keen at a diatannte from them Furliwst sions.
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'es.ef. .II. h .1,1111.,1.4 i.t .W .i.l .... r* h ", .thd ctrf
> jr pn"l from ihrni rod their charity, is 1. As Commissioner to receive i
/ .,. ... I 4.i'if w 'r 4414. ... taw' C.... III aLlwI' pos.
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,. .. SIlIII ill'' U1. f..t(. I" t h $1.1 IINaI'aW.44 tvU4 .a.. ,. 4. ". .,'i '. .MN,tIC ii.l4ihf n1.tttLl lute the I. 4ir* of the ap(>te* pear, best. Come not near their ice, neverla session of East and West Florida, con*

15ID t .1 tWL1111u ,5..41... '". r: .,.a,....4 ..at/.4.. .1. .1 :, .. r/IaIIlr1._ 14111 ldai/Ylla pta *(( twd hrrry irrr, and any utncrkit be melted lt in tbitjire vtAitA m&atl formabty to the Treaty between the U-

..1 a Amt . Ga..I..r43,411d4ar.' i pHf'**.**. ,, t"at is desirable to the Ar this '
1 t v 4. .afi. lit t 4L' ," 4 promote mt qitrt&rtt*- his pulpit nitrd States and Spain concluded on j
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, 1 utw 1 .t.Jtatl ti tk.r. 4C..1'IA ser lit; lulffunosA .hunch, were uefttmed to the ft'O,, of the 22d uf t't'bruJf1.1819. S'
1 .. Cf"1t.4"I' II.. ".,.. 1.1 ". .... .. 4,1'1{ II .I..I rfl .H.*, a*. 4MWf,44k4V W4i'u4I..ic 4 wilt ..... ; this, the Lard Jesus. Let them never be :. As Governorof the whole Territories
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"U 'M ,... ". 3 "...1r. a .u w. .... .. ....J. .aaS ., ...... dai4.d Iar141a11 M4.t ti a4ee .nar.4M, cd ht,4Nr 1It.&teft. t-a"ul', ws ich arc not moved by his t "tn.t .

id f.t ...t4a.t .k. ,' t", uJlta air m.s' . AV; .. "J- ..r.a..I.L..dWltaar/1.t111(415iw will .fjrt- A .hittttnt'N lathe 1/E. i. sar ..,." [ 3. As Commissioner Tested with .

J)4 &II 17 rt ..t u..n. I" 7..15 ..act a .."I.. a 4 .. fI ,..- a..M'd AIdlwiaawwmUhl p.. "<* '-jtjKsiaiKHiuf anyone trio and
I .. :. I This is the strain of fierv and odious special extraordinary powers conformably
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t i J a .1au Asa ,. etf -U. :
I'Aa d ...J .(l.",_ .... 'U u. s.. '. ._... .. .... ..b1.r4-4I 4I4.. no. 1 n Massion.Ve can no niute311mtrr tncUevetend to the stipulations of the

'Clltlj w.'u.. i"I'MI C!\. I' 4 l .l .<.' .. ; ", 4 aavw..la1 AIIMM4lI51L.rr7 10"-- . .LI . \' i: 1'trsiivent uttering it from the Treaty, and to the act of Congress for
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C.aw. into execution
a atdlm tat, ell, Lu.t KCJ.'J,' ,. "t sW.l w wMlewt ",ulpitttlan we could have admired Sir carrying the sane ; -

I L ."..'I7tUt', Ca4.1; iuI.i' l. .. .. .., .. .."... ,i. ,I ,If..., ..,, .a..a.c.v."I.a..4. wana4a0 .s4. '110" tAtXltatLttlliftr7G lW.&Nokt", when he called Sir Walter of both which are also among the
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t.7.I letter.
with this
enclosures
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1ib :.. "lk'iW\uc..I, :: r.:. ..I.. .i .. rt 11-1 I...Ir' i .. .. I .. .. 117.4 4x.4-..a4lC 41,114.fa.4ra Ir M.ton. '"i 1nt Carlisle Cllege bell, vile and es' table tiahor, odious 1:! Together with the Spanish raiifieaUion -

i" .q OIU' v1, '. .. NIi ,Litt. .L', j 4 1.I .. .J ..1.. _. .o W tata .1.414 Ira Iri1aCa. leti rrett aa kMiiitated <.d ircss to r..... awl damnable atheist." It appears of the Treaty, then was transmitted

If t <- aII&i t'NNM'IN/1 h.7w.q.a. U.i 7 ._, .W : lJS.t4 a a. tie ..d.N .a.mII.ll.ac tae lrf 4l4tu.e of lVm_rarai41.t vn u.ej4cv to us as nrpusrnant to the true to the Spu'Iis"linist r at this

r .a"t7 a'Wlltt ful' l.k' u14'.ty' 715.1 ,'ft. II, ..f Nt..a, ... a. i. _.c. Ja r.Ir4lII/t Ca.50rLM t' t4." lit 441, KCt .. 1: 1.1. .r .,a .. .. If Is .I." Mt+M.7lt. i..wi. i .1 Some social and Governor of the Island of l
J v 'It .lL1 'ulio.. 1ui .. ..w.C.rr, -al.drp.Irtl.Mt a'"d. r ur.f. phraMrs, sudi :ai us of our politU and system
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i t a t. 44"fi.'Ir" &.u..:" I.,.aW.c.154 i... i.l.\..I, .." ,4 ..i. tW4 &II.M', .i..atMC,, .4. sI tr.'b1. learnt,** "frteiids affil/- *. J\mOltfC the rational Chris- Cuba, for delivering possession of the '

- ,4 '41ft fi II+.U4" tt..c 3/x1 .....I ,.. ./ C.. I..j I ....1 ..: .aI 4.M y..r *Arr* ...;.lifnl to the 1q1'datu., giveratn tiass," whom the Prvsidrnl had in .t"v. provinces of East and West Florida, t

a JlMai .. I.t L'LLwiktt .y 1.. wa .. .4 .a .1i.41 .a.aucrui4.r145.iWraw..iLt .r A
:0'. "/tJ'rcltlk *"..' ,4 pJ-c.. *- .*_ r/N4 .t' I* tHin bat on tae .bolC'f it was writ of conduct, in practical ,(rtliC'. In article of the 1 ftat).

. OlAt r. r a ."..t. ty/. iU"'At U".emit, r...._ tt .,.. 14iJJ11r I, a Mile i. p.tof.Mf at a r.rt1x.4 adapted n> tie CIOhIth".nd Is benevolence of heart in the earncitneii Colonel James G. Forbes has been
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"O.e.tl UclJ, tal' C.L.l CII tuuraa$ Loa of I.I t t .. ..l. l .a a4dI ..x354 M .a aI t. _.'" folia *ii{ 4- sa d< errcd at the U- commissary, to deliver this royal order"to .

1 I I" 4.L JIU II' fOtWNJi C4Iaat. "ad'c".u4utC 1 1JiIiIi" 1l I i icauoa and rdleetlua of hit auditor j 1-. V. X oll. the Uoternor of Cuba, to concert

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and arrange with fetal the etecttion of'tug poeon of tfcfe Prevtseey as ti I Isrlaie Ztdtrhdtts4t f"f'''*''' w*$ eta far M.*that every tftter{ was !I I They hare runherdcc
H [ it, and to receive any documents or reasonable expenses as may be incurred the tiptoe or apcetatlov, this yaangwarriorhavia6rrirnotited cd for the best. They ooly.wish to drive any claims for inuit; ;4i nett

archives which day be at the Havana,]will be allowed. Whenever j our military prepared two disenthralled from the anomalous property of American ettizensw??.y

and which are stipulated to be delivered command ceases, your salary as .ed horses wttl the' RCUlUJ provisions uncongenial situation to which vessels or cargoes,) which LT, 4r

by this article. A copy of his in Governor will commence. sprang from bit seat* rushed hate beta>> consigned. They think purposely and falsely JOt'UII'1I'tl/ a

structions is herewith enclosed ; by In tbe taking of possession of St. through the crow 19 liberated the victim, may in great measure be relieved I: them, as the properly of the ciitq.a','

which you will perceive that he is to Augustine and East Florida, similar seized her in his arms, placed her on Congress advancing them to the or subjecis of some other )\ ?\.

deliver over to you all such documentsor proceedings to those relative to the occupation one of the horses, mounted the other grade of oar territorial operation of this rule ,&reeMkrbtllktc

archives as he may receive at the of West Florida will be pro himself, and mtde the utmost speed in such manner such government those America citizens,**
Both under toward the nation and friends of the accustomed to be advanced and claim for losses sustained ,
Havana. It is desirable that those relating per. provinces being placed whIle trkt
to each df the two provinces your direction, the proclamation to captive. The multitude, dumb and lied tinder the taws of the U. in the character of Swedish aybetsff

should be kept distinct from each other be issued there will be in your name; nerveless with amazement at the daring They confidently trust that and under the protect O&ot the S d

and that, this Government should and General Gaines,and such other of- deed, made no effort to rescue their will see the justice and necessity of ish Hag. "t

be inrormed'ftenerally of their character ficer as you may appoint, will be instructed victim from her deliver. They viewed Florida* being orgnizcd under one The question, whether claim,

and quantity. I to consider himself, for all it a* the immediate act of the Great ritorial government, with the power breach of contract made by 'U i < for.

Colonel Forbes is to take passage at the purposes of the government, subject Spirit submitted to it without a murmur having executive legislative, and can---- citizen_n___.. with n no. the "':punish g AO -

New-York in the United State sloopof to your orders. and quietly retired to their village ciary officers oi that territory. mint are, or are not, 'ncJudtdith.'tFlo.

war Hornet, Captain Read, and, on At the ensuing session of Congress, The released captive was accompaniedby 'Your memorialists are aware the treaty, is yet before the board

arriving at Pensacola, is to give you it is to be presumed, one of the earliest her deliverer three days through the neither St. Augustine nor decided. Arguments have betn'luj

:' immediate notice, that you -may repair objects ol attention to that body will wilderness toward her home. He then are so situated as to afford ease on both sides of the: question, and it
further for the her the horse which she rode convenience to the inhabitants of commissioners have t
thither to receive possession of that be to make provision gave on ,I hd them sad
place. The Hornet is to remain thereto government of these Territories. Tbe with the necessary provisions for the Florida to assemble in their ( examination; but no opinion has tl

i escort the transports in which tbe Prrsidcnt wishes you in the interval, remainder of her journey and they the capacity but there can be no been expressed or intimated, jBrtf;

\ Spanish officers and troops and their to collect and communicate to this Department parted. On his retain to the village,I propriety in confiding to the than to signify to the counsel fortW,

baggage are to be conveyed to the Ha any information relating to such was hit popularity BO inquiry was, or to special commissioners,the ants that certain points had not b

vana. the country and its inhabitants which mule into his conduct no censure was forthwith to select some more satisfactorily argued by them, and tt:

\ The Spanish Minister has expresseda may be useful to the exercise of the passed on it And slue this transaction point. It i is well known, if we further time would be allowed tie

strong wish, that no troops of the Legislative authority of the Union con no human sacrifice has been offered from American enterprise, it is no furnish: additonal arguments nJ: t:

in this other of the Pawnee that there be not at this poant.
; : United States may be introduced into; cerning them. or any jection

I Ii Pensacola or St. Augustine until after I For the expenses incident to the services tribes. The practice is abandoned a city built in the heart of the 1' You will readily perceive ihedfocit

i\ the evacuation by those of Spain.- herewith required, you will draw Of what Influence is one bold act in a When the permanent or ty of giving a detailed account of is,

The object of this request being to aVoid upon this Department. Strict economy good cause metropolis shall be once decision in each particular: cise

tt t any possible unpleasant altercations is to be observed in incurring them, then before their labor and industry the number of memorials aJrndl *

between the soldiers of the two and I have urgently to request the In the Spring of ITSJ, a party fromN. the dtt'ttitl blossom as the rose, amined exceeds five hundred and dCir f*

nations, the President thinks it reasonable transmission as early as possible,of all England, tinder Rufus Putnam, the still and houseless plain, as by separate history would occupy

to comply with it,untt"you shouldbe the accounts resulting from them, with made an establishment Marietta, genius of magic become the time than I can spare and more more

of opinion that it will be attended with the vouchers necessary far. their settlement which was tbe first settlement of while city of business and learning. than you could assign to the: ssb ram

inconvenience that event he relies at the Treasury. persons in the state. In the autumn of Your memorialists do most without being of any corrttpolldtllt ty

that you will take every measure of 1 am, with great respect, Sec. the same year, the settlement of North recommend the consolidation of utility to the public.

precaution which may be necessary to P. S. The third commission, being Bend and Columbia was commenced, two provinces, as of vital .. You are at liberty make any std '

guard against any such eoUibtoft between reserved by the President for consideration under the direction of John Clevcs not only to themselves but to the Union} this! communication which you

the soldiers, and he trusts with is not enclosed. Symmes ; and Fort Washington was Reposing in the wisdom and integrity think proper. may

confidence that in every arrangement erected where our city has since been of congress, they submit this 1 am, Sec.

for the evacuation, the utmost delicacy tilal'SAERS. built The statement is made from un important petition to their serious considerations T. \V A TII S.

will be observed, to avoid every thing In speaking of Newspapers, the Phi. doubted authority, Drake Picture of trusting they will -

/ which might tend to wound the feelingsof labophia Union has tbe following just Cincinnati. The population the state not only the relief spacifically prayed from a letter addressed to the Editor

any of the Spanish officers, soldiers, and .pptv|iriaterematks.M of Ohio, according to the census of but extend them such further aid the National GnrtttecstdWuur..re

or subjects who are to remove.It If any reflect on the Into: was about fite hundred and eightytwo assistance as in their virtue and fore.sight *,ja mat 27,18Z?.

is the President's desire that you quantity of intelligence given by a thousand, a pretty good increase they may deem liberal and just. I avail myself again of the tenon
should appoint General Jaincsor such of be in 33 years. Cincinnati alone contains
newspaper in the course a year, enjoyed here, on this day. to notice for
other officer as you may deem expedient cannot fail to be convinced that it is about ten thousand inhabitants.1IUXCBCTHE DOMESTIC. in my rambling the .
wy
to receive a possession of St. Augustine worth the price asked for it. Here is, Ct.tiJt.,1 $,*,. CLAIMS UNDER TIIR SPANISH movements in congress and principal man

; and that the same instructions in the first place a record of marriagesand fUvifigicea extract of letters published in general. U e arc: scarcely tit
should be applied to the execution of deaths,of crimes and accidents and BCAVEN3 WTT1I BLACK.* tbc Extern papers profeaungto five an snatch a minute for

that service. The United States brig; other little incidents which occur in SUfrtwor.We .f potftt decided by the Board of Comowwonen. reflection, from Monday coircspvmfci rnlriivI -*
Entcrpritc or schooner Porpoise will have heretofore noticed the per- (BOW m*essx>n in this city.)for decxLnft r
These
our be
own neighbourhood. to
be ordered to proceed to that place to formaacesof black corps dramatiq&e cI&.g*.. Spain under tbc lite trtatj i icitmtt & Sunday.: The: house does uf, It
'. sure, are of small moment: but
\ i the which j they in this city, at their Theatre,the corner sere generally copied into other pnnu i true, meet until noon, and rare!; sly
+ F escort transports are to convey have a local interest to recommend ..ad tf** 4 a note to the Secretary' of I than four o'clock r-ut yarn
of Bleecker and Mercer It } te
4r: the Spanish officers and troops them ; and if the press did not give streets. appears Bv.At, tq\t..fUir' from turn such information membersanclothersojouretrs
I thence to the Havana. The care uf! that the sable managers, not satisfied taetM*aJ srd a of the Mi&iOeM' '! -\1'11.
them the public w,.tiid have to resort > just raw ) I p in the
.
boarding*houscs
i \ providing the at both places verbal with a scull share of profit and At 3c.d. That information. a contained and tr
transports to enquiry satisfy their curiosity
'i is referred to The number 01'! a great portion of fame, determined to the f.k4wi&c obtifutf: reply from)trVatiu.. i retire late to bed and cannot Jl f
you. for whatever many people may rival the Park Theatre *&*< h c.OAOt Cut to be a.gbjy interesting I rise early. The dinnrr and
I, troops at either place is not known,but think, ,they really bate a curiosity in great belong' w bo feel any the least iat.rt.tin this subject: I parties which succeed curl
log to Messrs. Beckman and Astor,and
I supposed to amount to about 500 men
respect to these little afairsthough the accordingly hired the Hotel doorto wmi*"'., bra j... 1822.Attttr without remission, occupy IIIrou.
at eacn. The stipulation is understood case with which a it next *. Galtt \f &./. .
gazelle gratifies tGK.TTLKMIXS four or five in thr uftetnoon oral
the Theatre where announcedtheir
to include civil as well :as military officers they
them from the In
prctrnts acknowledging The audience reply to fO'CIrnote or eleven at I .ut-"b or <'!, e
performances.
t and provisions as well as pas. lorce with which it operates in their of a riotous character,weregenerally and this morning, asking information concermog | more than the average pe,kd
sage. brrst. Next notices ..ftbe sel certain of dttuioni the
appear reports in hall. Breakfast is
amused themselves tarn:
instructions will be given by the Secretary iing prices of articles in different mar- by throwing crack- which have been published in the coffee and cakes neefitcais
of War to the Qu.rter-M;asters kets, useful Like; to tbe producer and ers on the stage, and cracking their made the Commission ,
papers as by chickens, Sec. (our first moil it I
jokes with the actors,until from
:CommiftsarieK, to furnish to your to the farmer and danger the
consumer the of Claims
under
mer adjustment as the distances
fire and civil It reqi'ir)
-l .. ciders provisions and transports for the chant. The foreign intelligence informs discord rendered necessary late with 1
t I to break the establishment.fhe treaty Spain, j i dispatched, we lean on ourri'on
i ii it conveynncr of the Spanish officers and Us of the condition offweign Halions. ebony coloured up notified to you with great pleasure a brief abtract | chat at table-reud the nctipr-
troops. It is expected they will be The of the gseye fur chi
accounts proceedings ( laborious duties of ; fetch a walk visit eachttiwia
the Police that | ;
supplied at Ncw-Orleins and Mobile, of and of the legislature by they must announce office will afford J'I
Congress, state their last but not me leisure to [rmo" rooms ; make a call on some of',e
for those to embark within the Gulf performance; ,
,and are personally interesting to .) of ail that has been done; t| of the executive dep.rtn.tfi,
they defying the public authority
.
at Savannah and Charleston for thutc
us, for our political institutions dependon went on and acted nightly. It was at wh&cb.loa may yourselves judge, go the rounds of the offit ts far i.,e
going from St. Augustine. the will of the and far these
citizen of
their
people
every length considered to interpose repeat proceedings of our own private if! ),
A and translation ofthe necessary
i copy royal has some share in the are to be trusted. I
govern those of our friends lit this *: T,
the of and Monday >
arm
order authority on
to the Governor of Cuba for delivering
ment. Every one is interested in the evening a dozen watchmen made In construing the treaty, the "interstitial vacancies' are fci: t
the possession of the provinces, act of his representative, every one has of the audience. The i hate settled this general proposition interval between leaping or mt
play was
arc the enclosures hcrew part
th.-
.. among a duty to perform in watching the conduct Richard. and ru cMr-that, entitle the claimant from bed and entering the he.asct

You will observe, that it. includes expressly of those to whom power has been The watchmen the to have his memorial rttthltd No small pro portion of the n'ecbtn
the interrupted royal
islands them. I
appurtenant to .telrgated.-r\dd to this, the politicaland PlaDU net in cf his t.l'.f..ft.w, be must set forth a case engaged: every day to fr stsand tGJI.
,
It will be thai attention shouldbe one soliloquies
proper moral dissertations, original and with-Holloa there the facts of which', if granted to :;01lf.V hen not invited to(frit
-come along
paid to of all these you
taking possession
selected which in the columnsof trap would have him
given houses
appear with a jnst they dine, by invitaticp-
Richard with
islands, but it ; not be me. replied, a ml:
may necessary public journal in the course of a tragic against Spain, if this treaty had other's messes, in asom'-lr'
tiv.t Ii formal delivery of them in FeJlo-bcgoct-t-m not
everyca consider the
ear relation been made.
should : particular at leisure." Not at leisure? the and prolong the easy flow oi.t.:
e be made. says
which they have to the concerns of the In applying this general rule, some time after the cloth s rim' c.
watchman well find time for
On receiving from the! Governors o f! : ; you, so
'' community; take into view the varietyof come Several Board nave decided, that the Those: who do not choose to M..il l
West along.
and of Last Florida immediately as-
: possession miscellaneous mailer, both Uuerarv of of the of which
ceaded arrested government Spain one contracting the hospitality:
the and
/ of those respective provinces, it will be stake his ma
proper to exchange. certificates the and scientific, hot strictly connected j ..ty..bcre am I going ? said he ; parties io this treaty, is open utmost every door,or the

time and mode of transaction orders with the design of a gazette, and reflect, "To the Tower" No, o the watch responsible for seizures made by who remain so obscure that it dcld
:
that of the rest of the compilation /VrnrMn that part of the Spanish territory detect and themspenttirir
for the delivery of military house,said the knights of the latern-- punue
within the any will he expected posts, even the very advertisements tend to the so forthwith Richard R cLcu)1 d.Lad y which, at the time of the seizure ngs in k friendly' game..(car\:M*
provinces general end, and **to catch in the of '
help us was occupation the lodgings or assemble in tt.1f'
and they will be detach- Ann, the dead king llcuryQueea Eli-
occupied by
the manners living rise France t ,cold
as they and aad army being then at war ing apartments alternately to
Die:its of our troops, as deem zateh the two young princes,
you may the importance of a well conducted Spain. have .r ire
w expedient. were escorted in their tinselled robes Thcy therefore' rejected discourse by the coal fires
journal cannot fail to be properly appre all claims of this description of the nation, ll.e n eritsf
As soon at possession shall be transferred : ciated. to the watch htuse, into which they comprehending "
you will, in pursuance of marched, with royal contempt and de the seizures at St. Sebastians and sneakers' the. turret: :

authority over the ceded territories jour, is- fiance. KiagRichard dropped his character Bilboa, $te. ". of the tiU-tiopohs,the tOpt{ S
Anecdote of a Pawnee Chief. They have also decided
proclamations announcing the facta and assumed Macbeth, and on that themere thenewspapers See.
:
his broke circumstance of carrying within Independently of private parties II
form adapted from that which was raoM THE XATIOXAS. ivrcLuatxcea. entrance, out-
issued on the first occupation of Louisiana The How MTV yw black aril secret the Spanish territory, as prize of war kinds, including the rei-iiu* "reltt
'Ili is herewith enclosed, to be modified following anecdote of a Pawnee X"bfj>t b.p-ebt are you abort'Come American property captured by the president, heads of oeparttntttv
half-Chief son of Old Knife f ?)now en come, said the watch,none oryo.r French, on the high seas, does not of ambassadors ai.d seoato"'tsc.' *>

i as the circumstances. in yonr opinion i visit to this city highly creditable to play acting airs-into the black it tft constitute a just claim against : have public converts, and publi' .'

may require. his courage his generosity, and his humanity hole with The sable All whir'reI e
1 The you. corps were Spain. memorials therefore, representing of ;all sorts. for
powers tested in yoii by the enclosed is copied with leave, from thrust in one trretn room tonth r. a naked case: of this kind have: placed on the patronage of lbeiep-<-

commissions are also conformable Rev. Dr. Morse's Rr Oru.' lust "are.sented where for some time, they were lociand ; been rejected. But if any act is affirmed and which fur the t3't
to those which entrusted the
were to Congress by the President. theatrical and would of the of d ncgnL:
Governor of )ever anon one government or agents Spain they nut UDgoerously
Louisiana, under an act of The fuels in this anecdote were taken thrust his bead which to tc.e
- through a circular hole can in any manner connect' Spain new Members, who cun,e fro
. Congress of similar import. The President by Dr. M. (by permission) from a very to survey the grim visages of the watch.men. with the transaction, or even show that states, and the small tuw0iizthe
satisfied
j that they will be exercised interesting journal of Capt. Bell, of his Finally* they plead so hard in she had; knowledge of its existence must gratify their cwmsa.f-

sy well by you with a due regard as expedition with Major Long to the foot blank verte and promised never to act while the property was in the possession the vochsts, tumblers, jig11

.. .t\\ inhabitants to the privileges under the and usages of the of the Rocky Mountains, in 1820, and Shakspeare again, that the police ma- of the captors, and within her territory lecturcrs.espccl to astcaishthrtsY

which government to are sanctioned by Major O'Fallon Indian J11tn.u released them at a very late then such memorials are receiv besides getting a pOrt&liD ul
have been .
they subject as to the Agent near the scene of the trans hour. .\". York.V /. .fdv. ed. 'per ditrn The northers grade'
personal and social rights which they action here related, and who commands the err
Another '
will be -- consequence of this general arc not so easily caught as
entitled the
by stipulations of
the Indian delegation now here. MEMORIALOf proposition is, that the condemnation and south western; the furaet't?
Treaty, and as associates to the union This chief of fine size, figure, andcountenance of American the domestic it 1rdS plbll
of these States. The into tit tUttr sad r40af. c/ helot property captured by I as f't'
money paid is about I nO".d
now twentyfiveyears florid French and carried into the Spanish : :-perhaps .
the Spanish treasury before the delivery old. At the of 3 1 bit heroic tot fl,se
of and whatever age To the Senate and House of Representatives territory,does not if tttrff form a just : they may be tempted
possession, max! deeds had acquired for him in his na- of ground of claim against And '| of and terrr"
the United States oi America Spain. ; suppers oysters
be due thereto at that date, is to be ": .c'
considered ion the rank of wthe bravest of the rthei
I in Congress assembled t I again that injuries suffered by American you see advertised f
the of **
s *
property Spain.- braves. -The savage practice of torturing i Your Memorialists hail with exuha- citizens, whilst engaged:: in violating When 1 consider hoar
lend debts ,
Payments subsequent to that and burning to death their pri- ion and gratitude that they have at ; the municipal laws of Spain,within : of the members el with tutFt
date will I of she Uni tLt
belong course to
existed
toners in this naiion.t An
ted States. tin- last been permitted to participate in her acknowledged limits, or white ( with the foreign min surs. *
fortunate female taken in war of the hovering her for that l secretaries with the P"11
of the advantages coasts the ,
The laws of the United some high privileges and purpose: [ :
States rela "
'adnea nation, was destined to this secured to them under the Constitution do mat constitute a just claim against I and with the pantry *f u "
ting to the and ill
revenue collection horrid death, The fatal hour bad '
thy
ar- i
of Spain. and how sumpMous.y 7
the Union. But they |i
fI and those the introduction regretthat
relating to rind the far from With I
; trembling victim In ascertaining amountof claims some and aUuauantly. ac's
of of color extended ever since tbe 10th of last July, ,
I the persons act of Congress, being to the by I her home and her friends, was fastened j when this province was ceded to the the board have also decided, that al. m doubly out of huniur to seiycMt
Territory the stake the whole ,j
to ; tribe was assent U. S. their condition has beta unenvia tedded losses, which are not the direct to members<< in .
execution of .
the
them will be a
., superb.p. -]]'I bled on the surrounding plain, to wit. ble. They have borne with this state and necessary consequence of the original Crs, in which: ridicule i>
tended by officers to be for
appointed ness the awful Just when !
I I scene. the of things because they were confidentit wrong, ought not to be allowed; ) to he cast upon the (llcsiJtd
the several collection districts,to be ,
established funeral
be kindled
pile was to and the
and have all claims fur dinners arid their triLngflnt3t
the President conformably would be of a very temporary and they rejected t pit
by
and
,
I ,short duration. In this remark it is supposed and hypothetical injuries on the t foreign in'mistm .
to the law. The brtn#* are ..mar..taG bareeuitbetl dl.tis. u..Ch leas ac'e
which denominated claims for and I nol
not intended to reflect either on the are tonteymmtittdjmasfrt ; am ||
compensation as Governor will themselves be.a.k.and Uad turW** ,. ti.e I "
.
la wisdom of to distinguish them hlZC d lo bear protuisiti.+.s i* ,
Washington
of five thousand dollars the t'tIt umatoa tt the Iribe. our government at ,
be at the rate .*ft'
j i I t Tliacllof dots tat ciitlalbf rcmrcad' or on the officers who have been from claims for direct and immediate "!t for a reduction ol sal! JP'"
for

.t A year As Commissioner 4 receiv-, tribe. lt I appointed to this covatry. It is taken I injuries. . .-, .* I ons out of doors ."" * & ,








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_!,:?1 f''* setter tmrntt' the worthy of which the rrpot< it, ..1M.l'or ..4ari g U $ ejr-trochl.s asie e.-I r ..... aml+s+ '. tslsarl'/r I ... .....Yt ..
('c'flrMa"'! and their towns and cities derange no If it lAan ttrm Am*
Bl4JcDburg being included by tourwf' tffkty-for o irrr,. When I thick; of country, and to carry off the property a of bit port.Th ., eseaisg-eaArfthaaZy oT
the imagination of this Mr. Cannon, lam of the laVabitnta. TOOK nib bad I Repeater, Maw :' U a great mass of irapoWat
.
-,...1v members used to hire always reminded of the abyss described prevailed to -Oarming extent and York, from Ba hi mo re' for Lt !I teducmr*, exciting long proelMted'do.; sag me vti-

1I1ucb to do with the banks of the **"- by Milton. called for the most prompt sad ener- I was drive ashore Nor. 30th, the bitt for.e-arfoT-jume*.

..... ,' r roP,-somr speculated in lOll Dun ata and Mount CWasoU, withstanding, be said, the decisive !mails went by the board j crew From the. ,length oftine

and *itef:but all this i>pretty well oVer. Where .rbole Lave.-.k.- steps recently adopted by tbe govern sengers saved $ the cargo,it was committee that to intends report the to bill act

,ut i-cuu tnui: U out bf ment for tbe suppression of those pirates ed, would be lost. 30O bales Oft. We believe too, that ,
I '" powerful god with CHEROKEES AND OSAGES. ,and notwithstanding the achieve- had been landed .in
;i.., Cupid is s ia rood order. wpc nee, until congress
( though Mr. of In adition to what we have already menu of oar naval officers employed i) The ship Richmond Teshew reported by the military con-

the legislature wf the horse, once when hen published, respecting the late battle between in that service, yet we hear almost I York for Liverpool went, : organisation of thegen.
\ i- iuia, these nations of on M we feet assured that in
of Venus two Indians, we of of I
iu-sented Minerraowtcad every day recent acts piracy. By berdaron flay 26th Not and lktrkt. one of the
.,.:t Paris from Mcnelaut, and wairorrectcd are enabled, by some particular received a letter from Havana of the 23d of last ieces-the captain and crew (e I be appointed gwrernor.present

rs' by some classic member al-, from Major Graham the agent month, we are informed that two American exception of one man,) and th :' as adtLtiaaal cause for de-

that it was not decorous to recal for the Usages to present a more 'uc- vessels bad just been capturednear sengers, ladies, sate which dictated the army
ifced t1SI there-Minerva wu fitter. tint account of the transaction. It appears the island of Cuba by two piratical bales cotton, and 3oO barrels
that 1, and are on that the Osages, had left their schooners, and ba'1tith thirty The Isabella -
bachelor, old young, King,from N. Major Kearney bas completed "
The alert fluttering with the belles, inZt6enous villages, (on the waters of the Verdi- or forty armed men, that the pirates for Liverpool" was driven Bay and i i. now, with his
the and exotic,whose society may grise) for their hunting grounds on the had robbed one of the vessels, and helda night of Dec. 3d: at South way to this place.

here more frequently andmire upper branches of the Arkansas, an cdnsultation whether they would not would be a total wreck crew -

br cuioycd& Caimable, than IB crowded ca- emigration which they generally makein murder the crew; and that they stated The Elizabeth, Rich,from direct that that from town)Mobile has been we learn tint-

it is not in the evenings wnly 1 the fall, as the season most probi- to the crew, that they had the day be- at Liverpool, parted from her &.re. We could not get

attrout' and balls, that they are to be1, tious for game. The Cherokee, aware fore burnt the ethtrhic.h was a brig at the N. \\ Buoy, November but understand that Mr. '
let off to the greatest adJantatr -: of this intention and of the inducement from Baltimore, to tbe water's edge, went on shore near; the Red N U amongst the sufferers.
encountered in .the best bib and tucker.*' which offered to plunder the after having robbed and murdered the of her crew perished from i .at more' than fifty thousand
r ascertained to hare
Tnwember meets them in the fore camps and steal the horse of the Osajcs crew.' Do not these monstrous atrocities incendiaries-the town having

the doors and in the lobbies of in consequence of their being de- call for the exercise of more energy ss' '' roT, %' different places

toon at houses-he can gaze upon them, Cached in hunting parties, immediately on the put of the government He Extract of a letter from -

both him from the galle (followed in pursuit. Effort acre madeto laid, that be was happy to perceive, ple, Oct. 23. LANDS OF FLORTDA.
15 ttry gaze upon nod and wink at them ; arrest their progress at Fort Smith that at length those depredation seemed M We have here little t',Cring about seventeen
and he can .
ri.si while the debater.grrisrh' but without 'ect-it was a good op- to have aroused the indignation of little money but perfect some short time-since,
.anti l ccca,ion lly. aix months old,which yielded
he can go up to them, and portunity to gratify their long cherished the whole community; and in .rult Further betters from Russia twenty-eight pounds neat beef.

into su Peasant: a colloquy, as I: animosity, and tbel"'t're resolved every part of the union is equally interested to be tranqutliiing know worth telling to graxiers in
tern pet the them. )Ir. J. ertainbut we still it fi
uetrajcd into a laugh or titter, to proceed. in suppressing hope. yet goes Dy to shew
to be of order from tbe I trail of the Osages, who by this time said, that it is not the commerce of the .* Hostilities have are not altogethereontempr
is a
vUieh extol cry ; had arrived at the first Red Fort of the city of New Orleans, the great emporium wfen the Turks and the in question, was reared exclu-
llic scrJCtnl at arms.Van
The
spts<*r have or rca-1, in the Intelligencer Arkansas, they dispatched parties in of the west, that is alone exposed it added, that the Turks have a hog.range.about the same same gentle time

motion made to admit them entlt various lines, and fell upon their hunt : but every vessel employed io the ten, and that the Persians : hundred and twenty-three '

tif tho* tth the foreign ministers and ing camps, in the absence of the warriors coasting trade is subject to great risk. point enuring Bagdad. : .. The hog was corn fed, for
oor" officers of the killed twenty-nine women and He made some remarks shewing the cumstance will prevent the we suspect to no great ex-
arms known
tirir >en.-uties. children, and took ninety odd prisoners exposed and defenceless' situation of troops from coming into Eurv last twelve high price of corn.in
.. of the polite things months.
ani nut ) a.ud.in discussion? ofjns chiefly old men, women and children Louisiana. Of tie immense revenue day before yesterday the
said the
,, "i'h( rote subject. You ma ' ,of whom (a woman and her child, accruing to the listed States, from the sent Jo persons<< into the
)
ulk
r w.th. its wonted fires, and to murdered. After committing these and of the obligations government to vies which are to march

of cluialrous depredations, the main body of the protect it. lie added that it was extraordinary 'crsians.
homage
v at an tcuacy **ahail Cherokee was discovered by a party oft that more bad not been ** The Porte has officially
tot
la, * Brought consign sage Warriors, who immediately done for the defence of the most exposed sated to the foreign, ministers
,id and c.uerless galleries,thtfair-
e dearest the made vigorous attack upon them and important section of the unto*. of the defeat of the Greek
and brut and hart of
f trr.'ms.nf% Courteous; indeed,is that rule 'which, major Bradford state, checkedthe Out he would admit be said, that the which took place on the fib
that fireSMC further progress of the invader most important fortifications for the de. bet,in the Gulf of Gafutida, in
v .uu shJi: exctuae from our "
A remarkable instance of Indian fence of the country bad been com- rea.
and
lime cherish
; and at he same
in courage was exhibited on this occasion mmced under the direction of the president Madrid .'.ov. 16.-In my Ot refl l
iiul c out own sex a participation a.
< comfotts which this house which should justly rank the hero and secretary of war, which had yesterday, 1 informed you of
c.Jfo c till the-dHad not the, speaker with the Horatii of antiquity. A gallant been suspended in consequence of tug of the garrison of Madrid *. JVtvttAKRIVEO Room". ,

I 1. ic interrupted Mr. tlandolph on a young warriorof the Osage nation congress ha ing rcftsed to make the taken place, but produced r .

: ,t of order, his raptures might hare feeling indignant at the outrages committed appropriation necessary to enable the The National Guards only Henrietta, Quiglea, 25 days .:
p uf oft on his aged parents, went boldly agents of government to comply with ed, by ;an immense majority, -cargo to the master.
t. nK-n.'thi"icJ! to tt.c extent one St. I
Antomo. .
!
.. stmtUr of the renownedknn' I before the Cherokee and challengedthe their contracts. But with respect to presentation shall be Raich 13 days
Irai.Sports -cargo to the master.
01 La Mancha. As the case party, one of whom advanced togive the pirates be said, to enable the government ting, praying him to change: Brewe, arrived at the

>. -,t ,un>: uttered in cangn'ss, has him battle. At the same instant to act with effect, and to stry. The regimeuu of the ult. having a passage of
l . a lu lu-r St'nbl.un, ince thet. : tw'other Indians (a Cherokee and Delaware guard against tbe repetition of the evils have adjourned' their (' .
;t.
....e h t gjv. B At bolt of the senate ) started off m different direction* which bad occurred an additional ensuing week-..ijiirar.. Havana&\ Dill, from hence wu

ru" n.j>".z.' i Jrvm his place the for the purpose of flanking him,or getting number of small vessels should be employed CLEARED,unsea worthy.
and in his rear. By an instinctive kind ; and a few stoops of war shouldbe FRENCH DECREE.
b- ; :-tMi-J and nlumcd dames Thorn Shields, New Orleans.
d ..-':.*'-ti the gallery, in that romantic. of stratagem, peculiar to the Indians, placed: tinder the immediate direction fro...apbitauot ft t ir.l7uwant!i:
f-v.d. and fluw,'ry strain which is -pet he contrived to draw them to the head of the distinguished officer: (com jftnttttd frm Me ..1rtais \ \ & Co. i

cwt to his vloution. Indeed these of a swamp which separated the main modore Patterson,) commanding the OCTOIKK 26, RECEIVED

&I-tkm.nof\. have distinguish. parties; then suddenly wheeling upon Orleans station. Mr. J. said that an Louis, by the Grace of God, enrlooteL't' tars ,
his foremost (who from some able France and Nature AaaiVAts T
?u tr.cni&dves l>y their attention and pursuer report on this subject by Captain : HAVE FOR SALE ?
*. n.'d lit}, on the floor, to the comfort impulse or other instantly squatted Ram c*, of the navy, who had madea Considering our GOODS: "
i d :ibus of the sex. General Smyth, down) he shot him dead upon the spot>> survey of the coast and charts of the 26th of July, 1820, 2d: of half tierces new Rice,

in .S !v< cui: of Friday (abt, on the l'he Osage then dismounted and in his Gulf of Mexico, had been laid before and 20th of June, 1821,, by Orleans Sugar .;f'I'

'., .,.,r"'pt :J:I H:, in answer tuIr.. Serlullotved turn gate chase to the second Indian, tbe senate two yean ago; that congress hate established and Coffee .
1;' a : up the spirit of his col.jt whom he was in the act of shooting, then took the subject into consideration bounty due to French England Ipbia: Gin Rum. r

....11'.. The gallant general contend. when he himself was killed by the Delaware and passed an act providing for have taken cargoes of Brandy '

t ut t..H: pun spies of the bill were who lay during this time secreted the building of five small schooners for out of Europe, and in ports Vmsgsr. ,1

"w. ... -uaio t upon the rights of man," I in the bushes. that service;not as many as were deemed those of the United States I White Wine do .r
v ., I sa'.i: tint he auld first pay attn- We cannot but admire the virtue and essential by the secretary of the Considering that the : half bbls Deer and Ale

tsu t.> the rarakrr.e.r. It was,he avcrn heroism of this gallant warrior and navy or recommended by the report of in consequence of which we proof Wine Cogmac, Brandy

J. vugaLatiu.table! error of the comr believe that those noble qualities are Capt. Ramage. But be said, that the those ordinances, have 'still Sherry and dry Malaga Wine '

n i- <' oat it did not sufficiently possessed by many of our aborogine, necessity for an additional number to exists Madeira and TcnerifJ"e.

J; .. .t,,' jUf..; rights ()f the fairer fart to a degree that would have added lus since that time had greatly increased.Mr. On the report of our ) ,Porter and Ale,
'. ;'-t trctti n. He proceeded to men-. tre to the character of the most renowned J. remarked that several of the Secretary ol State for the ground Salt )

': \ tie ute>|u .Jitis as. to the enjoy : knight of the heroic age. piratical vessels l before alluded to,had bating heard our Council on : : and,White Lead,

n>. tt ma pnticip"tto of real estate,'i St. Lout F.nyuirrr.CONGRESS. been seen at tbe Havana, and hovering jeer I Crown Window Glass.

v j.ci is esta'ilikucd between husband around the island of Cuba and that We have decreed and do an .zUnh1 a..orlmrnt of

....j ",ift'. He then felt hitnsi.obliged there is every reason to believe that follows i GOODS

'-" *'iu-r\ :'* the similar nil in the sta- rH-'cdnc.day. January 23, IS22.INf they were actually fitted out at the Havana .(tlill,. t ./.-A bounty of ,

-! f1..attbr. ute. "In Virginia and that the authorities there per hundred kilogrammes' \'IZ : \,

.!+' oat:. "* 'tun. without a cent marries SES.\TE. countenance the depredations commit-! tinue until the 1st of April n > and bUck London Cloths, t

i I l-.y i.aang tur hundred tlarr; if them. Is it not proper then, be : allowed on such cotton of 1 fashionable mixed Cas-uneres,
A communication
Veccived from
I wa
asked
'I' ui & ta-nmurroa; the shies are all [the of that one or more of our frigates, Americas, as have been 8 brown Dome-tics 3-4 and 4-4
:- ':at 'I..tHO he die tomorrow and secretary of the mar exhibiting a of statement themilitary or ships of war should be dispatchedto French vessels out of Europe and 7-8 domestic Plaids, S.8

*u .i h "; ant jja bick one-third of contingent expense the Havana for the purpose of inquiring or colonies other than %J-t and 7.8 bed Ticking,4-4
1 establishment.A .
:. r JMO slate fur hrr life only. This into this matter, and acting as United States, and which -. and 4-4 Irish Linens super
letter Hat received from the secretary aMortrd! Linen Damask Table
v ., circumstances The ported for the of t
u.lustt. a. injustice. The may reqnire appearance consumption
genet of the transmitting a statement Muslins, Cambric and fancy
navy .
f *- ..h of several of dom.
vessels
tu .e'" li< w the bankrult of the contract entered into our large Ladies Gloves, Gentlemen's
-ptk-i'd the rigor of the com by among the West India Islands, would .("k/, 3 J ...H' /Ait4s women. Hecelebrat.K I the navy commissioner in the year: have the most happy effect. But said oarordinanceof the 20th of I black and colored Canton
.1821.Tilt. Mr. J. is continued in force. do-black and colored Bomba-
v pciiorit. of the Spanish: law, the measures: thus suggested
SUPPRESSION OF PIRACY.Mr. Dimities Estipillos German
i, -j, when the husband was made I cannot be adopted without legislative .frtkle3d.-UarMinister Seersucker,.)Iadrassllandkfs.

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tut/ 4 j.roisi(',i characteiisiic the following resolution for const* therefore, to be referred to the committee with carrying" the present and Book Miulins, 4-j and S (t
\ ?* ;,,111 > wf m galUht nation and 1cS deration on naval affairs. Mr. J. concluded into effect' ; it shall be inserted .26 and 23 inch blue green and :

*-. '' ,'I,!fi'!' a.Hplf.." Kwlved, That the committee on by observing that the distinguished Blttti a/ JLattrs.CTH ..and\ (a)variety) .'of fancy OF goods.

.!: "ctottson, speaking on the naval aflaii be inltru.ted'to inquire gentleman at the bead of the in Pars our Chateau du LIVERPOOL '

'. '.1.. : 11.11., '',ld of legislatures, like into the expediency of providing bylaw navy department, had uniformly maniI this vice 2&b 1831 dAy,and of of October oar reign, in JLSO, :

I' j'-tit.M ufu-n doing "acts that for the ,building of afi additional I fested a disposition to do all in his power Rope, c

*',,,.f. tn.i.e corn Angels ueep.*-HeV numnbcruf sloops of war for the protection I Io avert the evils complained of. By the any f. '' Cordage,

let of the convention of his own nat4tc ': of the commerce of the United The Sfuiteraad Secretary" of )Stores.
FOKKUtN.LATEST of Twine and small
s V.r,;.n. it and of "the eagle I :Mate in the gulf of Mexico; and into Fhaaaces. ConLige. .
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r ;: J I hn* 'cyrd je Jou.yWhich marked: tbe propriety oferoployingone or more FROM EUROPE. 4-tf

I 1\\ P.t u>n..uci of Mason and Grayson, and I of the frigate or ships vf war of the -

1I 7(' ira .vrut Hen.7." He was sure United States fur the same put-pox. Ntw '.oac.J..*. 31. \\ RY.

I t .' ti",'"jji'iia nev r would hate adopt- I' In oOeringthts resolution, Mr. John- After unusually long interval we MONONGAHELA ,

: ',I' unsuiutioti, had the power im ton said, that hr had introduced a have the satisfaction to announce an

c ''i". '.j i .. the haul been supposed to have'': proposition nearly similar in its character arrival from England. Among the .

:J.:. kf.i. He kdtrrted t7 the fate of.I two jean ago, but not having vessels arrived below is tbe December -5 ear old,

e S.'t: at,d Llarcndun, an-1 Atterbu 'I' fully attained 'the object in view, be packet-f-xfty, capt. )Maxwell from Lijverpool .. ton GALE at

r'', wJ to the b.owl vf 'lampden and 1 considered it his duty again to call the which arrived within Sandy] & WILSON.
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b c', liSors. of Sydney-He called the L[attention of the senate to the subject.{ Hook on Tuesday, where tbe ship,will i
'b! "era filled with mischief and That an adequate naval force should be| most of the other vessels, remained Ir WID "

r. d. tit utiMe to our notions oft provided for the protection of our com t yesterday, not being able to come up Sn\U1" \ 1\SU1tU 1S- :

IJ -iite, 4r pmi.iplesofour jur > I men in the Gulf of Mexico and to through the ice. Captain Maxwell -. ,-n"1"C'- -,. JUST HECP.IYED.
r .rd: .H'h' glee morals, manner, ''prevent the violation of our revenue came up in our news boat at half pas Our ..-..,>-tf is aotyetodic, ,..(EI" ORLE.IN9" "
s* a. '-'..ts of tie ;Hrople," and he con laws on the coasts of Louisiana and one o'clock in the afternoon, with his here that the President has FHE SJ( SUPPLY Or ;

e e' <"q uvdeclaring *it was his opin- Florida, he presumed would not be de letter bag, containing about 5000 ktjters. igaa s 01 Governor Jackson- hhds and bbls
I I gaunt the rounds of the that
I ** nut, if it 1)11.\.1, the people taf this nied. The Gulf of Mexico, be said or bas been nominated pl&p to<
t f i '.tfy """yut: *.*\'<' uncc jnjly{ cause had for a series of years, ten infested i j The Amity left Liverpool oa the 6th aid, that General hard. will be ,Mackerel and Salt, .

it *! i 111< i defects: and Imprecate its by a horde of pirates, who had captor of December having been detained after HM,. howtt-r, we cannot b. Sec. .
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(I .
?:- :I' | td a great number of our vessels, and tbe lit, by contrary winds which had -tandiegthe KspeetahXt/the a .at a moderate flro/ft,
r I *' sorry I cannot even guess for murdered the crews of many of themin prevailed for 21 days so that very few it eosnaled.. Becaut it would be OR COTTON. '
to III the vacaocruader
d t'"J J 'II ,i'-n the: discussion of the bank-. the most shocking manner. The vessels got out of port. Captain M. I I ecstarr lw sad under the proposed law. WYCHEk FOSTER.

IT !Iii '*,ill be terminated. 1 am sort depredations of these freebooters had experienced the tame weather till the t I power' to ap O Al.but prmdp-JIy tf.
'f "
v t ;110 t utny farthing candle: burn i not bun confined to the sea; they have latter end of December. tt a Mffrr of twenty-dte haoh ed .

..0o. '' cs.-ckct, to allow me to give i also been engaged in smuggling goods*i 1 In a heavy gale experienced: oa the treisurv.by Ienf the sucee-won }, .CE NOTICE. !

r :'s, account. cf Mr. Cannon's '"0- '' and introducing negroes; into the stale:: British coast tbe latter part of Novem- stJcry Md dollars of our a governor year It,would at present be.b mail P. )L w3I and arrirt dost on oa Saturday Keadaf. at* ,

.t.If.rerq,'* and dhjfinf the of Louisiana in violation of the laws ol' her,and begiaaiflgof December, a horn.beta kN then, that b the tSMtinrrftfi A.t Ids. .

1&toy. etc nan submitted a resoluiion, the United Suit; nod bare evensr.1 i, ber of vessels were ** -tad we are tor sy, . a


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intr t'tc' : cUontif tic Her. in- Brae ,stet .* "It. : I. 1'. \1. nT.r1
1'TrWmWl'IfTIl tZSt1t.
J'rt-A thll, and ltt,eaw. ('16.:. and Went Iftvf "t eraprntu4ftdt .,f'f.-me !lea 9 \UHUAV I V.b, has

rLj .m s and thai the ('cU(Rt osJ Iw Apt .d cI"'f r rMrd .tN"l dad the f'.nr?. wh ct.tell \.I.\S.a Hardware and Cutlery tAnintnireol just tt't't"ind a.n assortment!
fir tlic adtnwMOn of tfiKUMJ on the kccmil ;teeogiu .ttd t.y sa lilt c.t Cnorc m. at the I "HJ..1/F.. J V.I1t "1'K Il 1.IJ of
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<'ntl:' clctii-d J..UI&Jantun I! .M *, HriMj.* 1'r. + K*I in the lt'tr4ci erif .'s4'e'wb'r.. .y ato I Grand ea,tae rrorSlUUWO- Pork. Lard and M..ur; Stptrfht'aoinirra brut' awl black Clotho yp trf

q of ltipiTnwnta11'bJueaptyT.t1tR.w .u,: .U the ve.1_' teurp'e r,far .It rls it ...h,44$. 'is Sioojnoo nrdsteads. Tables and Chairs ; 'r,land ahl' upufine an.ltd V It

M. >). I'rtf--no of AMttut$ and I* tj Ktl. } ltd w4 1a44 a:f11 rm sit61t'/ on,dttt t1wfto 1 3JMMO y*+**, Window CU.nCu.ail k Castings; ,nn alMl J'Jorenhn.'CUhOt cons. on \eat hI "h't
r 'I''I'J. k O.I1'nMit'a belted.that!let horn.. and
.11t.Srar ..r/ull.H.1'rofeiiiorurl kiln .J wb1eo rrA
f I00JUO ,
2 China Wine Glasses net ItaiRSuwtf,
Crockery wave MMrtteoii.
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tas4'wtit
to. ftIr..e.J.; RIWK
i .wl ( clogj', 12 '" Itiaiwic, A. U 1 Cat
ter tam and I;-; The Fkouiu' null app''ot to in 1"1"1 ,t1e *14 out lee 4** s"" : i S IKIQ 2J4KMKM and Tumbler { Etna Irsh Linens, do. Hruwn.rb .tw tod0.
Siftt'stsaestlet'tterat+sIllLeo9drrrlN'uI atat.ee.rtt IrfMS lOWMO taw n Shaw k.,lo, rmbn).drtu| d; .
Letter
.\.tllM'IL1 tc*el"..in Uu 1'Itiprtabm' H'u..a.Un lteulis11'rittinK& paper ; nil iain t ashI
pi anti
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tinTOIKI W ntlN'.Io M J.*n tit*'l"niHti antsbk h its **** *. It* .. 10 JuG 5rlUIflJ Hoards ami SfantlinrrCarts'J. tl' Cotton IMUVito. Itth: er t.ro-
the b; OtllNllIIII'I\tI the it N.r- Rwtkkln lauUa Silk tea Utbburd \
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nt, Prufr-. and Tutor will IH iwlwcitia'ti .. Ilka IO.JOOI6KIU Sir. Ste. I hi lJ"('. Lack ., ..
Kvn-s > suet
b
jttrtpst
rdalt'e trrN tt'
i iI flfce. The aiF1 nil at Iii ..l* J r. Tlk. a der Satin. g 4d5Iapt
jt procewnjn
!).MM. *.f )Ir. l.rofc +rt _toe oat u I ',. .well i to their ana im.'nt -j- have rented the of 1'rats1e'i It l''b .ILL..I.k&.t''t I .
StlvOd n.. ei4d1+ flr i ..Miit rile It Inc Ifi;J.f < d.+tB kmiri. cm bllc .n hh. +(
%IK u tin I't taiklit, ejuwi-ctiil* ,Ui..t 5ls i rsole.t.ttitr nit* or mi. rNL"l J0000 tickntsS3uttMa() their present Conifnmion and Auction II.! .. T ,.t .mi *mIl',.
+Of the ICOklMflB **ll Ull tr Ml .,.I-. ft..L-fId d.-'A1."e.tht plt reattnf(.sal I If I J.U76 Iltaanitte. S Otfire. which } cuimj s C" nJ" Iks \
.f an tar ilii"... et tl.c ga... 5-.n they arc opening a genersl .ft.1. No...2, U It. and IILott.'os. ""*
d"f1K. 7>rfr*r* S i ;. ***rr* Ikr. ." Mi. tifUry Tf,11J'TJC"
.una tJu: fist flf Jam,, applc-.tI: fur .,i.to I- we.ift tnthr
u.un t. tl,' ('cJlc"IM} pn''nt tbeas+t4i. Ii d stills iMjMMta"it awcaidbijpNi t wiww f s hrh ) to iwo ittimU \\uivmH'ticA ..- I'. ,..\lt..1-o ,!.. t".4 t
ti.t' < *|fc l4a4r, wJwrSi rK RefsttteNt ofla blank lu a I.n,.. tin the lOi* clay J-o. der .. St.do. \tt\, .
for a.
I.ai.te
rx.umn. 't Sit
. *4j il htain &M flttUHMHatKWak. arsel t t*, sell a5rtlai$ ; where those ,WI HUIKto It "
lite rl counr of analt I will l is ttu ..M IffTB ttiC *1T "UajrWBPWW U* % B pp aM wmar wilt br drfHMiird in tier w..ft': user pride do. In. -Irb .h

let .11 tnc jrci most h.tlfkd.i <'tik4".. t 'tllt r- !+., .it. C'Gtdtt be arlaMt Mrlj rt*. brvmrn of S*,""'i ern the 151\ teas. tine riZt' Dwrclwse hr* retail. ,can be acrutnmo Mwl Rein.dn.. (.Li.. ilo.'H. r-*"..tt.*..,Ihttlill-\a-... .. j t. i
.s".ts. \ *&#adaaiiurKl., dalrd. VIIIII.,
tit rsi t tin I mail t t-t, ... *** of Sloe),. uti the tenth alaytxtr prh. .r l1tett.bIC'"nit> u aIM 1 !!aeon, .nd'
, h.'11,' 1 du._.imi, if Ht akril kAattltrr the pro.f rob Drtremlier .r .,. !. I l .,, u.pel\lt, lb*
1'c lot a .. .. S> n"' the nth wfS Uv
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wtt .cIay.
n..t..i..t. steer prilr C'
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an rgtt.tatta.lc. ,ttib I:.c1,' pl1' iacm.a t, taere .r 5-t 1tr lass* '0. Io button 'ants "., hg
Lj .t\ lrtnntulr c'mnNNtt.II1.. .'tc" Minn. itIwan/. 'L t x tLxr.r 7w tut tdaitr'" t titter ih !.'/tru; on the ISifc da jr, Mr jtmeofS \ I LI.IA JnClU I :A I 1): .\1.:11 brJt ..."".nt or "'ace Ut,111r
wed lu.kc iNllir.1 tte.tt lhrr M411141l .1lt r Jiitof .*> **' awl the Juth .afbt"ul..ltb'&oe1ll
I 'p"hdn.: d 1."K..I.h rbiltti / ; on slay. WIt" .\S taken HAHLKS IIAH.M,VN
, .utin C.-cj! w t.t U ...d,. taut ractu, last r.NlhrU1iatt S.WI prier of gl MI***).--|'H f. sob rrt toa f I into business SIIt S AND IiLT
p""RC'rahip-1'I\t' ,
; UK 11,+tttr Iff 't..La .sir rhli ptlttt C"-ntlcn.CM
dr heir Uwi and .
( 'uilunrnt.rt.
% drdnrttutt of fifirrn Diirt Shots
\, .. p jr will he hereafter .
:"...t, the ,taro () .'.fir t IC-cth. use +utittpt undue trd under the ,. 0. .l/iriulJi.iijiiiIiUck dl.t.
( 1" tltm"lt in ckk u4 litters .u.. . -.I wJ.\.J. "._lfU r.. dyne dra iHK'. The drawinf; about firm of \\. M. Ut\U. tk Co They ('h,(U*. tie. Nm. 1 aswl2 kM n g' u0triul
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It f.:' II".I.-. the:.t..dK. Ml ttkup ( 11w'rtm.taStltt 6lrisIe e.eb+agr he 6r.t wrrk in Se,.". offer to the Ljid'es! and (irntlrmrn ol Cl a.ITafuw! t arwttcay Vnt of flow spa r, a.
.... ;stl.i tpteltt.tee .ttC1/1iMi.t'.".h t.I
.e. tin t.uir e4' adnlltt. -0 .Iepl.rrnt The CV.* trill he |>rtHH{>tIr adranertl .C'h"uin addition to thtir usual IftIJr pelprranet 1 NbII. ." "gs.
I IIHu'," r, cafe 1.1' ttdiettt&d .ithoad mat fIIt_"., I I"f. lto'Un.i4dnt nim'haai' Camfti- lest tats* Iararasi t ear e t list tier /'" :"* at either .f I). (iILU". stork ttt . 'llK-ttlMtt,< ())*> wilt be Ioldon!
! .dcnttal. of a g'fwtd .thI'JII c.lctL'. emit, t as lit atofc, lyM rat ttappd rtl4bt na'mnablr ttrme.II'7T.Itl.tIIING. the
t fr. m athrr 'ullc-fC'I''. "tlcutt' a c..t1..c/Ik: j sad tied. | .pmlu.4 rlt I'll rw o.L t r.hit Plt"s Utti start iMt+rf Gjjttr., corner Ur+ert t'itttttd \\\1'0

fir< the any I'iW'ilU "f tilt eur Imiiwg kit ittn eowatttrr.partttasq,Iliegri.dr.t. of llelrn and (iqbirrin*streets, )'tn-I BUSINESS
' +ttt J.. /it tjrtetlrt a...r'mrwFancy / V .%rutl, executed ut th.
tt tit.." Ct''''''''. taJlllr$4N
t1tuIH.a of ten r.-1..m." '4M :-.iptdh, 1.e. [ -.u |W*r-,, '. Xn. 1 I .rtith third street lltilidrlphta; I Dry. (;UiI: l'toeaooh.Ja') : :1tllJEELEii .

: as.! (.,. ek lads?. ,gf.,-.'.rgt.e'42. .\\t"'t- :' II..'. ryl itlrwript ,.
{ No.
13 Market trrrt. Ualti, and.
.tC; lAnd Albra.: I Imdon add *isunil "". awl 11' 1 s' Jam Ii.'i'ts : C6fHptbl almost etery thing fn that \ J LLt.-
iVtitK tl .\
I' nui rrnueVa9fcinifofitttj.TUU lin.
.Ji Ul-adtU", w14tunls.ii4tins.
I 1 1t: 1I're..t.,. rM'-"ag \\.N' t1t: ''t11t1t1U.1.rtlirptsapa'sslsialuolaillteptlhlt \rttltid \, slot. I i t f. nt"C" 31 -
1I1Ihon'llt't" ('1aas-tC1e1lalel.4., IIi... alit \' >, U1;I. ""I"IE p.d trc are 'It*,ted l toe .m'ne the 5-h

r..II\"t.lOf 1'l rntwel.K a '. II....'c .td 1.f(1C tLeig'esr'llriaty : dwet ter, ltetf K wider tiM attthwfitf of the C ttlt. -1 : tier ..H.e..jJ.i.I"} .)*!'b'n a IU, ..Ife.;:

j' (a.oitmtt t, .,;........ ..t....... 1 ta wRat lit... I1Nelat km few **JM !4A htatrs. and the lrue all Ik..tia.I lliJ.l Jl 11[ 'ru.... .P' Nr.. ', ru* ? ..,I ,.4T. JNat'uth .. ,ta.-
|li .tu I.h' h, rfi if tier .
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towc twVten.n, ; .afthud .,1 1
1'I.1ion. l.urett'fg, taicatmNi, ,.*tav M leer hart ,
(" ,:1.,,, .Ib. frU"U" \ \n,1 \ j .f *n iicr-, the nw*.th nf tIlt t .
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all,4 ... I. t. \ "..,and Adtenturmu Or. \ \ .. ': a
.titssw't'la.. .-,.tunal l'bdc1tln'. ,hh sso5n tract.uujKirss c'P Itl. : at iii' Matt I 1',1 ..:. t...
>, t.I itin rtn. .''*'''''t ,...f .'...er., Ii.. otn PIKLH.nN" :,aria, post paid forwarded Ie the suit- i! (./I'T. (.JtfC'A.R.H, ", :. hi 'l situ ietttts b* **Urin>f" il." .u"lit tj

turn "f (::,l>,.,. ), NmtanJs. U..11"101"-, N, c''Ia'am itlurreelaetstttp tpitldwilb tsttIply ', scriber, for tickets yr ctoner* oil re- \\\\l' U\\\\n ; ." I ..4"' .. .

,. .fustaoee as IIt 11 LlJl1 ate aft ft-. mire thankful! and punctual atttntib I fit I .,* 'a it C'fJrtt. npLtnn H U t.nr, I

"II':or l'UMHtUMi :-' .t..J sail 'oIi1t'$1; .. fit1ed "..1. '1 JlmeiiIMttlyda.irs I.14a a4jrr acts t.hU'I".r IM. nt *. L't'l bt hlt.\'I' tier r.ur :?"; t.. LI.

)! r >-'r w \!foal I.hh'.real .b.:.. ii4 .iettat'1tr' 1ft... a5-ijlaj* Ile IdtFdgNt Northern iJevf and Pork ; ,...t. r. .l "It ttt. !
Itil h>.|.t.n to ',atUly.. \ //I t4tttudettit. u. lilltlal iCl lea, Mackerel and CudfHh: Hams. Lard ; t.x r i>\ tin .:,% "i tw ,:tu U t., ,troniiia

Tht'OtlfC11 the a hee'e! Weir "'1'rr't, "tI" tt g ill 'file ad.tll tai the tllweNt seers Tie .*/, .j* r ,. ikr UmUrtl 31.,4io .'.f r Npcnuaretiahd Mould Cand.rs: ",-. i II'. .t, u Uu:.........r.U.; n., iiif e.g ./t t'.CJ.&
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bt o..t t r .. tur'c tuul tratut% es Ink bem.4ig ar itai a rw.wr-.cftI .up.. Sup, hocoldtr.. Pepper; 4'IIIH.O'' I ..IIC.1..rwi tr tu.1. 'ill. :.(. 5e
rf 'I'u tlit Tticoijrv
f 1eri'etst+.1) gst. tutp'g1w aadtmtr> HH> rtft *f tear<* ties!!slat a1Yrltatt at tbr wit ,Toi pks..4r or seams; : sMl "j.r' rte Brandy, '""h tn'* little; 1"ms suet gn.'r tiec.P. t t't t.lati .11. '1

..ami Uto* ulio !co\, not, eeeat bf .hu fa Yo r l1'ra .+iMigl a tr Bealemdrtwrt (";'./ l'rI-,..h awls the wheel* Cheese, hire, 1 J.c f'I'd Ed ; rant r 1.F to "it '.> l..) ,'I" .. r '.ui ,p, ,"i

t<.', IK'arm" .t'lIf.clol 1gItUi satuditam. aud r. bear M m i Mk''<- of different lotteries within tow Ulmm Salt, Slai.ifc f tit p.xt ufth )oy ."w..rlr a eo..ltet| J
years Sejjars ; tilt' .. .
crilt nt .1.. I -.W..d'twrdarrliirf1' sib : " .tf 't.ot.tl .U w. a tam .t
1'ci UK Preparatory School denier iruj IM' tNi.| stLC twwrty,.ft ale. -r all sM.rapehilRtt.ty.irir.ihM than any other tender fcf tk t>ets in A- rotators, UIt Oh Ginger, atu'tattt, ....ht "U'I! b1 ft" of ti, j.f.c., u. i. to t)Utiu :1

in'te'I, uti stay bier J<*'jtu.i to vtitiT tin' et rt/liNrlfldrel Ma at MHttcaw 11w loiiowvfeMr are some o, 'I"I'. A It pier. Velvet Corks,, ....r.' .I.. //dit'lr 't\c..lu: . .. 4it ,,1

I* 'nun' i k.s tint pane to tw rapt pr.fNOX4. ...,.I stltbra1l+INrltw J. aelrte4r isle..rt ,... Ctattt Wine and Ume Juice in bot- *n.t> >'T Ui to cmu'tr._ a.tlcaatttete ai.t ,tm,

a' .,uv r lie lichr it la IM thoir;iiiivitl. 1 1I rtrilllttMk lit"h; ..vTl.', ki ,. .,. ..
ci r, chest ptxiwrtHl soak other pan ff UK or erwltrenttth.ltwNt.l t t. t < .r"ui
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Cjf.' ,'. ...latit4 is u..4tat1 1l1tt.. 1wcot .1fU.1. liftnn inys? l..rTo'NUO. I', ,..., .1.. & t.. p..c.: .4' .et I ,.. 1\, a'itpk.

". :dint ttudi-DtftftWl, ill MMMfst prtlici/Iar I' l.hi.1 I 1" J t" te tlMrtR 2. 2IJ.n'JI 4 lie. 1ilplstte P&rtrr, C islet anti (lkler Vinegar ... Ilk "It rt,.., t.. '. n I. i '... ,'. ... ." .;,e-

f'l ds 'I..: b' tttirii 4.'".:Ui thin "ftf"C' Ai .:. .-. tug I.cIo.. S.-.J 2 do. 2,000f NetUftf kites! ; Dutch: Q"*fh ; t t.' nf PtumC Sea, WUOkS fetal :.1.1- r" \I

I i..on ttr tic' pup, r '.tt dllu "g t "+ 1atk'e: .. ."t'eUItWI'L llO". l,-.". Sweet k Lamp. Oil ( Picket Lmies1 I I! salt sett oi A Cet.n ...... ..'01 I..I1I. vt .0

I. little*] l) y..r'tent .n ..4nottion. .<"I inn,".. ... taMHJMtt* Mill aaph .eeL i Besides an immense lMafltlter Ctr m"tI- Winter and hummer pantaloons the p'1't. art!.tam uu tut iJl'".. .

II'. the 'it iitio.uftJM-:.. ew .JII.ng t\ .: i lh.\.iLtS Dl.t.L :LJ..ry

l.1 l- .r..aimsit.titr..1 w.i.1Ifl1..1c q.,e.. .:t 1110..) .1ft.-+r'A.11i111r,1ti' I er prizes ., AS A:! nIIT U:\T l r8IIOKS. 21, .1. .n,.. .
tf J..r.. tit.! n -
pLl. Id* 1t"I.f1... ut. JESSE :
| "gHIl' '-
\ Ji,>ieti.Ji ti. d a'aiui tier ".ic'M eel IIAICH n \ .

1 tin, ill, err sail!! I d5.ni. ". !ta' MO en 11 nub .31 a'j.nor.hioalaa Ilfa rre, .. .\: ,. J'nl'.r iS J. II.t... ". One t'\\; c uV .1C wt-\\ .' C"nu\\\\H .h t.\\\\h't

t <. r"tni.1.j ft.f m t I. a-11 l n.'trx.' *t.ifU.,;t%.- r 1 r\t.i 11 .fit (""i ai'0. I KORKU?) ad sooty lMlrr| ret#r l'iscrry liotintr. Until
Gin .
ami fC.j''fJftft."r Mr .wirer!,
1 It.ntvl ng.l.t >r>, in hnitttrwla. rkrifftrrUofl ;
d..h: aetl k. Insert '.., .."(,' Iem1'., ". .UMlflaq air" tt1f 4 tca..a the \"Iai-k.'t \, 111. r.ut"r..uy .u""d .uaill,1.
great
,
! vault std. .:. ,.15 lu IIKW'!! rate.. Muit<.nt. fro bht'raltCaa.s1dttdlit.Ult1.'itr, syoort oppositethe studs rulluwrel to heCOi
.i uN rntmrni (house, With sundry other articles all of .m.
tug nt ,..h'"uuud 4 II IK x4i; H -d tft 1an'' : IS
" nrCuCrtr \ 4s on isslxl fur S..It auW ("r L..l'I
, the n tUtww to i I. Mii ;t.t* truesa.i. ti jm'/. I'rarwrola, Septrm errI.C.t1fEIt .XL .jf which will lie sold wholesale and retailtf' ur

1 if} 'rc-fir,w',Illu .n,.('li4 l in ta.1 >f.I.l r \c. .. the store *f the sole crPerrs. in lUi) I UN,

'a.' .llc'iarp I : < hare drnlris.s of tale i.E rlrr.1 trt w1,espill .. opfi >
j. |l.I'.ttt.1 f;. -ci r if1f .,, !: 'vn t QUA HI timber ; J. F. Short of oeiv tt''h t 'ptioiJloysami .
1L at OK IIm bir-M". \MS1KH Sc Co.
atlAr
or *an-
-n. CUM -, in.. \ U ie. n'tn ho"t" HI* "r lit .J Plank tJI all dkscarilitietns CUi.ilitn's ,
L irwkieui )4ip ". ,0.
Nall Iv .January 14, IS22-tfi
I ,ti l to .f '' 'tel +
& fKcnt 1".ull .up.r I'kkrU . Course
ut.e't 'm ,.t \>"''. \\ .d,1'Ctt IM.AN CO. ; .u_ ?bUt for ..Si0Iu's.A .
. I've.eda. jMMar Jl. Jau---tf Shingles kc. x.person wishing to purchase grtMtunity ..f HI
; l lit ..t* 1M h, l lfu ",;,I"tI sett etr'nt tta'-ltse 'I II' .s.

,' foi< tut MC,wlUj.h" "'!*10 ,...... ..n I'. 1'111111'fUt't.irssir .\ \.\ ; /1'. Sale, bf the! riihetanr 4 the valuable privilege of a ferry Cons!.* wf every d'sfi1-ti.

'1. 1).tlU&) U, dlf'| '*,l' m Jl.l lfr . rest ..'I It. (1.\PP. across tile hay of I'(, uol. from Pah Playing Cards.A .

tin i.rt \\ tint.*t., in Mgtttttber tot .. l'II\lmL ur.\Nnnn fox street '
1'f"ttH'flb.
.\. 25 tfIMKTOU Cove learn the snuil of llard-Wsrc
; ---- Navy may assortment ;
: h.a*
gtl.r natibtaarrM, .
.: *
t,. : Mitl.ht\! t) C Ar. ,
i +k.li Itt.JC'dt'" ii' bfo hilebt..1titpad hit do! 'eel a_hit tilt ." fuse :M I terms by calling on the suHscriherat his and keeps I fOtl '.ntly on ha1.d

11i U .,UrlU.c aster let Iti s Rte. ,< t'i! <. ,.. l A (4144, sr tarn at Q cIr'4matv KOSIKK.. ffiee. JO 1 1 N II. CIIAIt1.IN, \"* (\' 'VA slat iuctvki

Ilk Il<.j.art.ii '"l, ..r Pn |iarJt"n t ) .d 14.- I CK tt" MffH' .jtcJi t mi t<,.M\ dUI. d5bt- ....flea lira 4It Uif4 r J IIIUNE in .1'ensacs1e and would femua.

L. i AbdAurl a.st ;
.iHI. MshrAu.6.rtptuw .. his (!trans ia pnwral. as an Attorney and Counsellor at For sale, if applied fur immtuiatdy
'4010t e iglLnt ..'tent'yim$ mn; he' pail t.i iiti inn. .fit.
v l'e'na.aeota fell 11lr Law I my office i is A. Collins Ho- Ut'(. $. HUI -if.
,. near
1'.1 ,.1obIb.II".-U .* t' I.. iuule'. 4,14.act .. ..til'"l. . __ _m. -4
eat .ri. ar..trr..e UI'tit' .h"t,.,... IIB.riI- -, t.- + TO ..ru.\'.":II.BUS. "" .... I shish attrnd the courts in Mobile, .ll' g.

1'lie T'"i Aix' tjnuHrtlu .it. <.. lilt of ti.. !"jC I't'ter.Yens rry. itlakf fy. Fort Claiborne and Conccuhin : su'isr! fillers hav retched
a" cat.entrh'9t1.h'tlsmlt! c t..t..t..w..u?, ,11ft .1 ill: *Mi'iw nber. siding on the the state of Alabama. irl".n ng
.. <. .. .f ': .\ aiaaot Pttttti the City Council the .ppuIPC.
loc-ld
u ( olJ'JC" d..t i "1 t tar. <' .1 I. i.. at the head of \ "lIow.a. I am about to
tl \,111h ..itt. 11. re'eesnurn i" ton >4 J' I'It 7A'1M hiltlf I: of Jei..u. ll r Bay, mfrtm his friends and prepare a Digest ohe men of
the taws
t. t .' bll' bt the illnetrnust "..4 ?11.1t; a'. .e,. d-fo-'.. !And the urtMMvn Heir ofare of the State of .Alabama
uMir that he has filled
: House and which J JrJ pn D llEmJ
up are In force.
I, cc..1., e' 1101 l it Julio; i |twit "r '. .ft wp1I ilhl new Proposals for
d d.t
lips .
t. li -inti.i i ".t."u .IHl. .', ....', <. nerev.ry .ildinir fur the 1t'a'.1"- which will be shortly circulated.JOHN .
'I'leiI fariM ItI '.rrlld4I.ts .tnd Tender their semces to their (rinds
h' t-Npti etc'< l . r., t".. r/I J tint' l' 1 19 H f..'nit "tt{ Ui no MMtattuitU .r tail Sftj'IIkCha i Vlittrti ttlU\ *\'t'\\\\\ft' Pettsfteob and the public in general. Auy bush

lest etwt'A' .... r.4'; ii, '. 1-1.. ,..,i <'' r..;ptc. tR.t MUr the td teifr by hilt .n. Aujf. IS-tf ness they may think proper to fator

Sin tin Ite' tat: .]last| .5-i,, au''. .'U r f M:I' I r J ..,. I" .Nl,,. rI17t utla+tti UM' Mid ti and from aay of the!* and will try* The Hditors of the Cahawba' them with wilt be strictly attended to.

. p kuoits in 4:M..tviit pn of tic Uii
bte.. 1 as anew settling<"" can jfTurtl. are refjuestetl to insert the above three
,i JK or 't Oct. 22 1821. 9tfVuvuiUirc.
toy atumiry, t sir Wfore the ,
folio eonented liic n
'f It t t !I..J t 10 UM (e IT i is the intention of the suhsctiberto times, and forward their bills to this ..-
aiM dm of4he -' ------ -
r rpic.teaal: I t, Of the liHd tl4l.fitt fflNH wfc-CII ItCXNIM *e U Apr tern of thists.urt
k. . ". \ tt hate (as soon as fHmihir) nor .;.. llt huaziuy .
N tlic ikin .da pruwpu< rt "' "nd wirerth.. plainiscris ....

tide, 'HI \\ *\ l rK<', In .tfwj..1 4.. <.t:n.. hilt, an alt rwy wilt fit apn 1nt.d fat fMr rtn inrr rt;;td F'1'rryknit TIIK SUnSCIttllEIlHAS r E invoice of Furniture -
Mahoguny
m _. .. .
J'.e.letr..1 S i.i .. : 2J 1 ilt.a. MIflkieftt take inlet 1"11
to
iwm in u.al"> ie horses and luga
furtkrr ** and fteiUsteads received by
1'1. t..L It'ttd of lttHOf awl rrl'K"b e5- taken the stand at the corner ,
( :,' k4e to M%', thud! utliatt. CMiHt ik-rpil tier order*!, That CMIJ cf tWt' order toe And two four oared boats with sails fur tf' the late residence of the he schooner Planter I from UuUcM-

e..t' it"'I.t ,J tJit t% liiMibuiii C.ill" ff ti tarsIl i mtird in te MorMiaii. .' the xc.tt..lio..r JHI.wlHC"nJ'hIM.hft phia. i is now for exaniiuattou at
iverttor where he is
open
:ii .,f. 011111.411...an t".."t ofXrrmtlanpntI (iirrti ..iet- sea' tsltd sa "rnitlifttr head of Yellow Water Bay to Pen'SI and now opening a : Ilarmoti's lltick Stare on the>
1k IOJ uU AI'I.i,11.10 l he nf exUtifeW and but! 11. Ju li- of fete CMn liar wc.uIL arge tcmrral assortment of tberull.
. e CwMrtf tier .. ._ ..in nt ch.
U' < ,..tlu' b rt. lItt'TttLtutf f ..". \\\ l rtitfU C= artirtes, vits
.w* ,:h':1 r. pct fir OI'rH."i' tai} <'.ilh lomity aloresatd 9th Few. '"2l. \. ballity. loa Hoses window Class, assorted, F. II. NISBET !c Co.

1/-1. .r tw4Mt nx KraU, 1d.M t. Rret.ht ; I). S1IANXMN. -Nolenlber ._'_-r. 66 Kens WhiteI.cadgronnd moil Oct. 29.-tf

r' 'Und t1.f.I..ett r*. \\ IM the ).1 g.idksw.nE Copy Test ,
t".. t ... ,'w Nod-tr resift $1",_ J.VO.Ynsacoli. 11I.I.ntt, C.F. C. 00000. 2* Da Spanish Brown, ground in oil, I s. \\'i L'ltS,
14 Do Ullow
I '"'"(1,, Lrri r c'Q.t'1IC' wire nett .Ut.I'mI Uru1..nrW k c.n Ocre, do io {j'1"1'i)1M''g'I' 1..1JJ"
.
.ITENDEUS
,
been 14 Do \ enetian Rail
f ilea tW r.RItIrh) wise tune aVlkda.I do do
). .vMA, me J i JI't' ltr4 UPJOI\"it tIt lte- .1tt.rsepv far l"1/f. : .1nl1"1r7it\J 1 libel Paint Oil I Y his services to the puDI .

come part tidal tt)a..". ur' ant>'. acyu. nt.r ieb. i I.1ItSuuscitillln a 2 itbts Spirits Turpentine lie. His office is attached to IusdWl"lJing
. ,' IKue ., t. IN ink: i is
id cWt ujtj'> iii iSjalrk ). taut ---I.II-I I Harrrl Oil on the public square, and
lute futimd an tijxinofl .it C utttaeetktttltinkthcrapleu.ntas-utlatltr.r NTOUMS .ir public slid hta. (friends tampMack,
:i tt'ic;.* " tidc .ni.j MM! but .t fed gTiMt, I that One hundred thousand ddlars the highest I Tierce Chalk, November 26.-cf--
the of
I March -
on si het he --
ca f..+n ILl to UuirUknU llicir ltcrrj! pritr, fur sale by v 1 Do Whiting.An T\\c
IK I' .. ttMti t.u. iMMin4ite,* (f tbr.r tel Jr'c Mtu will open a BAKhK neat door east of 'WM. M. RE\D k Co. assortment of i'Ulsc-ri ers

rc 0;. ..1ont, !.r wuci-iv IUciiiiM-Ht to tit Wattle, the New York Coffee House-.-nen he Whok Tickets StG 30 Casks Nails Dry Paints RE now rrre.,me per the Intrepid ,
: assorted 1-
. 01 Chra.t situ tutir
v..ti itl';,...:. *#\>Ml 4'U,",t"anl to .ilut'nu, ( noun, as is in NeOrleans.. wrought,
IIau wMitwMii-cl"."', altCJilk U It.* wur customary Quarters do. 4 Knives and Forks, pen and pocket doSehors Best' Family and Bakers flour;

c' -.n*.site u t'IoIIUh.. ;il* t., j>n Mwtvj nc > During this Hionth, lie makes brr.d & C.llIYJlt..JliS Drawing Knives Plane \\ hisky. Salt and Irun ;
1tt"tht \\ ,
t ', ...It iitf.j' i VH) t'vt .
ab..luelaear i > ..swrbe fim .1htl! witli a Lbr.l) Bouquirr. .IT i_f n; Locks and Boxes Raisins;
assorted
Hinges
.. a I.j": ujt lIt su iU .,.. Jilabtltr all tiut Wood Screws, Brads and Tacks assorted ;
o. < J-n M;, |p t-1) i tt.tt.t r or.td
Florida Rose
and and
Point Blankets
r e .. /:' til I."ut O': llili), K lover lllL..llljf flu uu(/'rlc UIUJ's.\Ul.JI ,r. ;
,. ... .. the state Alabama Cotton Cards
W .1) god id je ip .1 clef't" Brushes assorted, |
Ah .c..tlib
him in the
"K. pottfUit, a s August 18-.tfr Saws. Cotton B&xinr and Bale Rope. .
Hammers
f L practice uf MEDICINE, J#A. r. Files and Rasps, cash.i .
fI. *>.OAKI) WOODS, I'IIE Law i All of which "ill be suhllu\lt for
I.t. "1utttt! STUAItl." /). JWrr.,,M. u. Their%hon is next anderslgned. Attorney at assorted,

.- dour lu the Cotcrttor's Offic.e. where JL will practice in all the Court of Trace Chains, lied Coals, and i or cotton. FOSTER.

'.. !:4Jt'1 ConMn5 loncr of the t,cute they will devote their time to irofe West PloridA. Jlemar be found at his Cord Hope, WYCIE &
|
L s (JI.c, risl'aivk 1'..'h'lI'tar Lislpal6.l C'a. sional : ,ines I -tf chamber in )lr. Collins' Moid. And sundry articles too numerous Pensacola, Jan. I4r 1827.-tf. __
iU September ---
.. ..rJ i tlAlifhy in Sale' (:uhrgt, tiC'(rItm.5a - J. C. MITCHELL to ins'tt-atl of which the subscriberwill WASH. L. IIANNU.M, .

r. d' (. 1",,,.Lstr,unr';1"--1I.MJ..hlf"he&*' rea.liAl(College of the <'.A, S\\\\\\\\;; .1t't & 1\\\\2' September i----'--tfVr ;' dispose of on accommodating '' "ILL.practice LAW in PrDd'or r

JI ..i.e..u":ntyte, Kt,+de..wr ii prtmtls lffl"'j urI\\t1t;;, \1\\ ..rj terms, for cash or'countiy pmlure.EUKNEXKU T la. His OHTce is in

daises k.UJl", 1'.w.tou.1yUt tile Co!!. WAIERBUKV.November LApt. Seville's he
I use.
I
cultt. .1 I For sale at this "U1 ce.k .f/y exctmtid. .f tAh OJ ee. 5--if, l'enucofa, Sept. I.



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