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: March 30, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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NICHOLAS &. TUNSTAU, in fact,an apparent rather that a rrr+ .,".. ;fr.4e rar' "firr.J:::r 1A- bv eel: to the galla1l'y otUt .r to I p:.. orlut t oug:" Zitn Ic It .. ,.
M S* P'T annum at(m tlc.d'anC-contjm dwovtion of the W: .e. pf'tlGt.Vh 1I the farmer turn bit toN..1t i. 4"- ( .lIft.. feel any such sentiment Mr. Ci proceeded 1 to that gentleman's ctjnSdagre ( Or q
,.wiWnpnon to the.t.fIC11Ug't of aU UJ''ara't"JlapplKti..f'"r .. cattle into one of these lots, the feed h m.ypnpcfatrof rod ..twltret4sramrda then to antic that the house 1 was it proper for the house Wfy! very ,
.\tore 'Ip Tni rv.atw.'.tnuabeacf1mpnietitttd high and rank, and cattle for sometime n ttt nutvttfmnttted ......r'.tlltff.vA" would not dispense with inquiry ireiny I great[ deference to the censures of a I,
thtIMh tatr( 1"1IWnt.or the will eat so freely of it as to injure she hlni.t darele ran 'e' tows case in which compliant. was: made v I gentleman hb had opposed every ..d.m .
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palk'r wt fl a.wt be f lu.I itrLl them to a certain extent On this sub only if tie tattrtttm / tbaractrr. it} that: bf the doew jest I bate the declaration of a gentle { > was exhibit.. to establish. I t oft'inued $r. D. to preserve harmony
1"l'\- j man who was one of the most respectable \ It Is certain tat| sti ,:'0' i. ttol.,probability: that a vio':. icn of pcrsofN '''Qtong-ourselvefeit is at least desirable .

-- "';;"';% .V. I":.('""",prygt.ttrElrFal/. farmers in :\e.-I nJbnd, and who prevailing in Ihlimc.K,4; ,.t for t .rit,ttts had taken place,ana to justify anAcm !' t.J exclude' the effects of foreign disor- '
IMUATC j ownciTa large tract of fine pasture. Hi source of the reserve r4al+ra ,' : e of the inquisitorial power .*t'y grM.tiort I! and foreign influence. And

..- .TIII",t..fi 1 > pKi, li,pt.igtltrq ." '. informed me thai, at a great citrates., to yaccinatiottf ap(*i..,ri&**l *r t <-ho4M*.. He argued thit these teen' why! is liter? before the !House, evidence
'! "cr.e..t tftmlllPl the"en k. fl, he divide Isis pastille by stone walls liability of those who have teen sue- had by the treaty, become di,esteu of I on which to act, but ex-parte
J1t.'Otti U."' ,......." (.,h>etIV apwstrtltIintsarn : t.ofi Into lots of about ten" acres-that after ceufully vaccinated, to be agcdcd'with II their military character: ; that, if so, statements of these petitioners; and ,
'reA' tlu' JJ 'h.) With U.c.f +wrif, w' fceteral sears trial its found his method a disease, u&uJly denomitattd r..,... ircwral Jackson had no right under the 'this, too, to the exclusion' of thit'testimony -
".' Late d.lhc:1&.1: arc,vc think "ety tone *JKU w.a-i not bettt-Scia1-that if it did not 1.< '_If'''''. f'r.ms.\tm. tlimintsb, he '-certain it djd not in. pox, so modified bt, (reiuns vaccina If they chase to remain in the has u..on the duty and honor of its own .

"1..e\C? w okra and WtclM I create< the quantity and quality hit tion. as to be almost free torn dangers.I territo y, to select our institutions' ands I.officers and agents presents to oppose ,
lubr: tri.utj' ..ktp! : butter and chresr, or make more and This form of disease attacks pt'noft', il. and forego their military character it ? And whose fault was its) he'weald
0 Far)Iu c'. *nfUl Matter* I fatter beef than when hs-pe tu waiUMlitidet who have bad the small pox, as well as 1 routJ the treaty recehe such heonstrartion further inquire, that tbe government of
To prompt*tJldlW't [ !-and that bating made a those "ho bate been: vaccinated; but as to enable the governor to Florida was proconsular and tyrannical -
I'or Jioft I_ut '..ire.d hit..alutalrcrt,_ full .experiment he had remotrd the it generally milder in the latter, than{ salt h. thrm, no, you shall not become ? Whose but our own l The go-
M tll'I.I. : I gale and bar from the several lots ia the former.: Instances "f death fromit American citizens-you shall be banished tcrnmcnt of Florida was an anomalya &

'''I1I'fJtICh K"ett..rIUt10IIteb and pcnniited his cattle to feed themall are very rare under any circumstances : : hence? This proclamation ws territory of this government; yet, inhabited .
Jfa".ctf brim, when and where r .pleased-My ,. but they occur more frequently in not justified by any law, nor by he by Spaniards. Dut, could a ,,
f iiv-fl.<..on tfte wr.Tp wfa $fuj* own limited experience confirms thin those who have' had mall pox than i treaty it was an txercise ..f power fare government be adapted to the condition
11 M.tbnsigIifor glotwt statement. Some tears sitter I began in vaccinated: person The secondaryfever I without right. Out there was another of slaves f A free: government
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lite tii-.Mit'MIN' t tnU p uf nwernmeaUnjr sr :i! to divide my pasture ; I fenced off one whkh gives to small pox its principal -'I feature; in the ease )Ir. C. said, so gross' is only auxiliary to human happiness,
lot of fit.? aerv, but finding the expenseso malignity, sddom attends this va that he should forfeit his character of when it holds its jurisdiction over a. t
"() teaks attd bee, I great I .proceeded no further. 1 riolotd rimiptiun.Deeply a representative; of the pcop,e not to free people. Mr. McDuffie extended
!gin iivHi('a.,.pvrNo : j 1 found the feed on that lot, to which I t I impressed with the correctness express' bU dissent from tt, both fur his observations to considerable length
a+hrdd blirtttree_ trolcacrtlGr'm' ; did not admit the rattle until it was ol these Lice s,>o .rcom..itiee respectfully himself and colleagues These banished upon the necessity that existed of erecting t'
longer tithes vktplYom pert, well grown, rendered the milk of my submit the f.Jlowblt' resolu- men come back-they are imprisoned a form of government adapted to ''
.ldfi*the talc tltt laInn \'e kjtthCillICVJrUIt.16. ;. ; COWl more rancid, awl thai raj oxe lution, viz. >> and when they ask: to be liberated the genius and habits of the people.The .-
--=- -- and horses did not thrive so well ai I i //r.AvW, That notwi'h' adiDCCtr. ,the acting governor says to them, Spaniards there could have! no just
..\ !formerly therefore abandoned the lain reports bate been recently circa you ought to be liberated-if governor ideas of civil liberty-of trial by jury,
arrte i/it practice. Dut it i it certainly cry evident laced, t tiding to impair the confidence: Jackson was heir he would tibcrate ttc. and it was the duty of the BRent to
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thai every fanner should hate two ftnt- preventive of small pox, jet we are decidedly I i for you. CouM this be the fact, :asked jjovernment with which he was entrus
How putaim, I iud tlihil l r.n0 ti. }'K'IU the ItU''lt'' 4 ]*tHU with i i he raises and a portion of bit ''IUIU.S'.Iock gift of Heaven to :he human fami- I case! so opprcssite It seemed that the therefore, it must be in those by whom
th yeast, cxjuu> h i a Mibjcct that nie* from his was.iEIIICAi.. I), still maintains the high characterthat p I I governor, in his parting orders to gov.Walton the government was organized. But,
?lei titurh cfrlltid.*ral.on. Uilr'crtftw.S bas been award to it, after years I ,says to him, you must obey no in t...iw ing the various circumstances, ,
liau IM':D prowled and pracij-' of extensive experience, among the laws and no orders other than those he thought ought not to countenancea
cu,utid UiiTcicut people appear ftatisfii'd .. physicians of Euro and America.' ; !coming through me and delegated by course calculated to produce distrust '
.. tiutilctaltuubiuetlwdbthey hate &!. i'.1CC1:\.1T10 *. Hfi+lvtJ, That ay attempt to revive me. How ait. dIr.. C. could this in our own Executive, and to lead the i
oj!.ifti. sums lunucrM plow a .portioni A large number of the physicians. or the practice: of ibculatioo for smallpox injunction be reconciled with his char- Spanish government to believe that we
( their pn turc, plant it one year withco.u th., city and adjoining distrktk, CCHI\"e- i among those who have not been t actor as acting governor, by which all would not sustain our own .administra
iooat talc next uith grain acid lied at the lIa'l oftbr hoard of Health, perilously>> tarr mated, may be produc- the powers> of the principal devolved tion.
gt-A.k nd, tt..(' the third )'carturu it juij on the" 7th inst. pursuant to an adverU ,> the bf most alarming and fatal Ci.nsc.I on him )Ir. C. put thi question, Mr. Rr.io, (as well as he could be .
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>;o.tUa.' u"..... 1 u this practice: these cmrnt inserted in the public jouttt U.,9 qurnces, and as no facts have come to whether these men were to be left in heard) spoke to show there was an impropriety -
.a. u >je< ti'itik, which, to me, appear in- iiutitingthem I to a.crobte in order that our knowledge to justify such a practice prison and the house to say to them, in referring this petition to
\.rn.uun\"IJ.r., 1 he lust of ood and .they might take into kideration the we do hereby enter' our" uncpro. there is no remedy for you-we leave the Military Committee, but that its 1
tiniiKM, of \+hid, the fences arc iiikie !propriety of adopting measures to eounlerart . test against it.* I you to your fate? Was it sufficient to proper course would hue been to the
to cticloMc it, u a real injury to the ''i! JOSEPH PARKISH CAiir the Committee-as well from
; the effect on the public mimi,or *** say they have their resort against : Judiciary respect
Lnn. 1 he tune Hut is iicce* .ary to 'certain publication and rumours emanating I .\Uht-5U..L JACKSO, Srerrr.ry.s officer, in the courts, and by the recovery -!I for" the officers implicated, as to J1
!:.,.;;< tin IViicc and raise the crup, Us from the city of i3 Jmorr, hurt -;- of damages? There was no court I chew to them that if their conduct had \
ail ..ai.U'u on the field, and if expended: ful to the reputation of vaccine a* a s ;.. f\:1rr I. the Pelham &ath.wki in there to which they coulu appeal. 1 hegovernor been improper it would receive no .
Jn preutititc r w" b **t omi *u emit>itx uid .-.. and ppI41 .
t' nv a* .be more corn gr claims judicial countenance in this House lie knew
of_", Jiett. supreme power
aIlIJOs. I'tf.er. ,1""""" .........Mra.r-L.uJ.ta )1.,4.
t.1; ..tt the crops (rum the paktuiv off .f! Ur. Josutt PAkttuu wit called to tbc atwt :-w .T5atts t.t x-u.-.. l'hcttn and would it nut be a mockery to: nothing of the circumstances but from ,
:'a. lithe uruuT puts no manure oni :chair -l.emattue Ikp?rtw+. ,..... 8 .**. ,_\c. refer' these men to the sub*Ko\Crnor huingthe paper' readbut>> h6 felt. muchint
!.. a' ..tUt, his t"ucIOI.I"'tead ofitn-- and Dr. S. JACKSON wa ap|>uiat- rat )1"- ......... 4*. "-, 11. I.* !.. ..r..1 under such UrnmttafeCc IV ht redress -t rttt fn the transaction*' *&d, he
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kfI. Secretary.I Im.----- a ..Nt 3. ar ta'.n-.,..... .
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i I.?' i.i.uuits ", Itcuill ioii>o\crisli ItU I| After discussion it was r resolved>> lust.ie'. bled M.araner M" atwi. ,.... ,
could dismiss the officer it true- of intimacy
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1-.1iua W. 1..i-t ,. sal was a feeling growing
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fi. .tl! Mtiicii inquires aft .he can obtaiu.V. a cwiiiiHittec appointed to enquire Jaiin4 rp... a., $7. .tel,0.1,HIt et,ad.I but any order sent there by the president l with one of the parties concerned in s
$ ..en tic Ktuutid lie hu plvMgltcd ita into the rumours prevailing; in wv hate the best reason to belie this inquiry, of date as earl as boy-
*iti tunied to p.ifttuie, it being softer Haliimote, hwiiilc to the vaccine{ Hivettftv I 'U 'tiltEs'. I
reference
*e, would not be obeyed by the acting *I f hood. He advocated& a of the
the feed sweetervhan the other and whether any circumstance
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Jackson hi the committee and let: the
goternorfor to
governor petition ;
HOLbL OF KEl'KtSENTATlVES
u uf lire pAttunthe cattle will eat" had cttrrrd: to weaken the wefl fbNHtd.cd .
]1'- I forbidden him to obey>> any that; cons censure fall where it was merited. lie
t..\ gnr.u so iloiC and tread the land( t' "u deuce, umvcfMMf tfMIIIUiM1l, .Vi/.rtfdjrfirnyry U. I distrust
from
not through him. Mr. C. thought some was far expressing any
v mucn, tiut in a few }car. it triil lie of time perfect| : eaemfitaiMi nfveured by I Mr. Ltsiis: frvm the tomraittec on expression>> of the opinion of the house the President of the totted States on 'f
thorn, and. being in nine mesure eij- J,1hr rateiaac discatr, frwm the attack ofbnmall l lcrede tntutarl :dIaI t'j"ntN&Ube..cMUSN ought to be given. If these facts arc this occasion. or in his proceedings in
b MS ctl It) tlic ciupk ul Cora grain, will I"''', lrs.J. n.J. C.: .a. Icon tilt Curiae: coitkiticriM _t toe violations of our own feelings, our relation to Honda, but there was certainly .
], odu'je 'less tii-ii othr purls of Uic, J..tur tih. L (JrilKtu, T. petition of .\'arc os oc V suites anti laws and our principles-we ought to : no propriety iu referring this
i 4",..rc teat ii*\i: hut bc.'. pluutbcdr Mitvhvll, & s. Clb; .u., were apfwin.ted .tfboM t.ullk..uu.-bo pray tIM IB'urjtukitivti .
this Where the
i say to> the world is not our aCH matter to him. WaS clauseof
att.*.ttljitf \tb. tin. cane uiUi mine upv the commute*'. ,!' ul c....&."' 10 release them but is the authorized act of an indivi, the constitution whith referred such
D.I1Wlht' }!..<'k kiucc I made ke\crl I : An adjourned incetiag WM held OR Barb prison, in icbsatota, ware tae! dual. I It I a case to the Executive and excluded
Capefeut. ats. I i the. j-uli IHU.IO i rcctitctbeRfHmorthecommittee air lootimd by the acting l n.lHtr..i Mr. COOK said there were two questions this house from enquiring into it t If
ones U men contend, that the toot which, hating bn trail. \\ckl ."lvtw.ajb4 ttlotett also thai for the house to determine-relief' both are co-equal, on what pretence :.
<'fl** ;... .&II u CLituin nivthcd of obtain w'.* uruainioukly adopted,and nln\d the together with the accompanying of
pctiUb to the petitioners, and punishment : will the house answer these Spanish .
ii!', ...1 pnrb.'vying a gtHId ttttiureT| u tusJc to be published in the. papers bf this documents, be icierred to the theoffending olliet'n.s to the question gentlemen that we cannot afford them

it i...., small lou I rum two tot a ,city. |HckKlenl of the l.. bUlcs.Mr. i >> of relief was peculiarly referraUe I redress ?-was it because it would produce .
*' b aiiil turn' ins cattle; into them 0ijtiivfl. 'I I RCI'OHT.The 1 W'b"'ClII.d not conceive any to the president of the L mud States. I!: discussion Whatever investigation i
1 .. : .*qu.iiiiu 01 :ivvfl will he pruduc* enquiry rrlamc to the Utc ntMrars an hate,ur any nrwcurv. ol the the powers of the officers appointed in might take place here, it would deprive 4'1I
i n tl i ...ut: j",vt, iA fact which i it I the city of Baltimore, lI..fat'eUnolWc-., territory ofMonua couiu, nave, to violate Florida, and the circumstances attending i the Executive of the power to act and {
.1., '"....Ui..t !Its drtiutl. Hut will Utz varcinatioti a* a pretetttite of small the IltK-tUc bf show W bo Should the imprisonment of the petitioners I I afford ultimate rtdr ss. How were ,'

}f. "it arisnK from tnat increase defrayi pus, .....IHJ".J I fall within their jurisuittionHere to chew that the power to grant these people attempting to throw firebrands
:ij: n'e it <>i *..' ../ he pitjjct.t v. ita ome farmers,and, with the view' of eliciting (u i.-i :qhn n-\.oiiitt a I he tu tit oOjvaiui which tlai, in Baltimore,tu which replies ha.c been or ...IIU I.,. sac |>cuUon on u.e ,..tuc.J of law-they may repeal the of wanton or causeless appeal to the
1.mm: ptt'k1.h, tb the great length u transmitted with a Urgnrc" of protflrti- he man WHO ""I"doe UK tciucrtty law or impeach the officer, but in a House ? Mr. R. defended the act of
Ln.r it rtquuck., \\ the tih'uttvn u! tude and ioltu-tic t>, that roefit the in this house lo tie by supinely ou such case of relief from a violation of law,.last session, which though passed in '
U.' Ptul'l is UI a.d.(1 tutee pennritris4 Uiaiikv of Jtr'prttl.'Mton ud the cvmiiiuiiitt a subject, may well ttciiikiic ..M,uM heliaca it in the first instance was a case for haste, was not intended to give the tyrannical Y
the trlltit CJulflt to b.: at '1 be cbtiiittttitkaliun to be wnaia Inc vlauwU
.. laipr. pocv the executive: interference, and out for powers imputed to it-not to
t.. .. "t-\o nuke lLe.n bash, t..t'Y ,, (iota these geitJcmenwitti but a Single LQC.IaQOi; : t wf none v'o ll. 1 lie tx| em i-jiiion, contain strung evidence in to any delay, and Uiougut n. sti.ject Mr. MDtrnK thought the sound general of Cuba; and the first idea he
i'"hbrof buiiun! ; ;; these wall wilf be 4 favur of vaccination. I. addition to that requited the immediate mtefkir. I sense of the House would indicate the' had of such a thing was when be heardof
tIt4\' ) tax upon the fanner and if M the iiifwimation thus obtained,the com.mmce chCCOl: HiChOUkC.Mr. propriety of pursuing thecourse recommended -: the exercise: of those powers; and ;'
b '4a'd, uy this m':&tis double the quan.tit hate availed tbemsdtes of the I Rtxoul.ru thought ibis house,t by the Military Committee heard of them, he said, with amaze-
of feed in Lib pkktuie, I %cry a I C'xl'f"r euce of medical men in I'biladclJiia' rutted not, wiuwut a grvkk violation oliu '. and he feared that if he House were to ment. The people who had just emerged
.hlt:hd uot whether it would pay el'tMle :: ; as well as of much interesting duty turn apical car to .any..... w ao act otherwise upon this subject, it must from government of tyranny,
inn'cyttl'e' call would cost, and titatur published in foreign. books and sats he u in bbttdsv gainkt hat,and unuer act upon it unwisely and injudiciously.j were' by this construction of the act,
L;. annual tXIIt'CK of repairing it. But j joutnaU, touching similar points of inquiry t our auilivnty. it was but lor Uk iuut What was the' inquiry he asked ? Not thrown back into it. This was an effect .
u '. ew II'nrCS.bht.Uid not be of stone< in treat Ilritain, Italy, France here witM kiwi, apathy, umber cir- whether our officers had acted incorrectly never" intended by Congress. -
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t t'fCJ .:-d require much wood and and (;rrntany. From the whole view cuinstance li.e the |.rekcirt. It was } but whether the subjects of a,! Mr. RAXDOLTH made some remarks fin
tmU-i +/, tnikc and repair them-a ''If the case, thus elucidated, the commiuce worse than< mockery tu turn over>> tar foreign power have received from our explanation of his reasons for calling
4t'-, ;: tUi| to the groWth of< a conJ bate been enabled to drove the subject to the presibcai of tie united officers an injury. And to whom is, Mr. M'Duffie to order, [which: he had
*: timatt rial* would prove a scrioun Ckcy of vaccination in jiret eating the protr' yet not to disapprove. of tile fcrred To the Executive. It was gentleman's meaning] and his tads-
lt vhich few of our fannrr could of small conduct of the geueial of r oridav difficult .
mortality pox. captain not to be disguised that there were faction with the explanation grwBHe >'" t;
q;'"r" Our luLel' and our wood are I I The evidence h moil conduhcthat -The congr k* sat here as tits. questions pending between thin II IIi bad not the least dispotltiafe to caVp '
cumnUtiinjbut the necessity for them I the occurrence of small pox in persons guardian bf U* bill liberty. Were country and Spain, and that; there was at words used in the heat of debate- ". '
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to makt and icpair our buildings ands : who hate been successfully vaccinated, we asked whether we could not yiciu disposition on the part of the agents of but the words used justified his construction *
ppurt our furs trust furrier rcmaifM.:! it ko. extremely t-ate. as to be justly regarded tour confidence to the cl.Ruufef Hean ;: Spain to throw firebrands into the bub. of them. lie ridiculed the
1 :: ',f.is i -4 fm they objection to this "ro1'1 an exception to an almost universal .l i *- e4rd no ; for that personage' was lie councils, to distract the operations idea of these poor Spaniards,. under
jar -(n many pabturts: the division, rule. 1'he same thing,however, surrauuOcd by a multitude bf counsel a of this government. They had alrra.'yattempted lock and key in I'ensacola, throw ing the.
e-..aut l>e: nude, ) .o at to afford water :!!obtain in relation to those who have 'lors, in whom there could not be wisdom to excite disaffection and; brand of discord in the cabinet-it nee. '
fir tl.e tattle in -ach lot In thoe lots previously had the small pox ; fur it is : -for, like Ibmaeiitcsibe band oi, disturbance in that smarter He would; Jed no Guy Fox to execute such a
MI!tre the aU nu water well tntul be evident from the best autlxirilics that leach was raised against his brother. admit there oui ht to be harmony in the I' gunpowder plot as that. In reply to
onj"- mi<<1 Atottr drawn daily for the cat- I such persons are attacked by that disease He diktLiraed any n\oDa1noiUhtr tu, Cabinet and no man would go farther the remark of the gentleman from S.
t.t' ur they: inUit be dro>c to their usual A I at well as those who hare been succifctfully any of the members of the C.bllKt-or. than he would to discountenance a spirit Carolina, (Mr. M'DufBc,) that he had 5 5not
*'; '''ri''g pln.n, which will occasion a taccinacd. So that whateverhas one of whom he knew nothing, and for, of division and distrust. But he supported any administration he
Iu-* eccoc>unition of time. It ap1 been said against the security that others of them be entertained a personal was not disposed to>> change the ordinary would merely say-though.not to know
I't-- to ant tl at the expense attending vaccination aOonls against small pox!! respect-but he repeated that,wltb. channel; in which business should that gentleman might argue bin.self
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t fcpUn will not only far exceed the may be alleged against small pox itelf. .such competition pet division as existed proceed on the ground that the nation unknown-yet he could say that for
'n P r'' ihc field f h)' depriving it of that small pox, that doe not fairly reference.Mr.: asked, if the gentleman from Virginia tleman's name, be was Chairman of
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.f6;' arid impr vcmcnt which it de. belong to tae vaccine disease; while COLD addressed the house to (Mr. Randolph, in speaking off the Committee of Ways and Means of
II .'.('1, Hut our ir.quirvs ought to ex- there ate danger ins"jiaraMc from free himself from any Imputation obeing the loss confidence in the ccutift"1 ,this House, and gave his best support'
lttllS: stifu! '.'t"- \' .. 'H1u1d ...cr"tloi'n sni.ll pot, from which tLc vaccine i it actuated l>f a feeling cf hostility did not mistake his own for pulse to the then administration. In reference
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\ lr. of last salon, lie acting at the head of event I have risen. I am, said )tr. H. and the mode oltbec riiy tube git.1 i. right to Is4e the writ of Aatea cork anti tatter the Colonel Lad withdrt
. tic Comaulice; of Foreign Relation in almost inclined to bel<.te in presentiments. eft II y the marsh sd ha deputies tend pass all other writs nol '/fc..//y/iro-j{ I reflected, that the state of thins :
"t. cotmxjue'nce of the indisporhtunofthe 1 1If' I have been all along as well the form of thi oath to 1M- taken by viJtdf.r ItaN't, which may be necessary now somewhat different from what's.,
Chairman, waited on the 1'residrntnnd I assured of the fatal termination of that them. And, H&.e .jvdrie D.Tal should for the exercise of their respect t was the day before j a reason "as
usked to knew the tic'* of the: llxccull disease with which he was afTcCted ,, now he in SU A,t;.*lio.e to have those i live jurisdiction, and agreeable to the signed for my having an interview 'I-
j. re-the I .t.VWe; as t am no.."And 11. dragged ray necessary forms com pi Jed with I know principles sad usages of law. the General the force of which 1 nit4
views. I! >\ "'v*' the I' weary limhs before sunrise door nut *hrn 1 am to eat"et here deputy Hut, ai*.in, says General Jackson, and ultimately, a longer J'ra 3tU rflr
bill of the ) -. u *- ere of his sick chamber (for I would not mars!., duly trained. I say a dt pus t'ne writ of haV's corpus is n. .. fore exempt .,..** .?>% ,/; ', 't ally intrude upon the sacred sorrows of iris 11. bese! i tndasUndtbat the mars did by law to this territory, :and 1 must Jackson the scandalous triumth
for the passage of it. )Ir. I'. avnt family) almost every morning since j j thai himself C.nte.pl les making St. confine myself to the jurisdiction given once more trampling upon the J la *r
on at considerable length in reply toMr. +I his illness. From the first t had almost ,, Augustine thc la.ejpf bit habitual re by the set of Congress in the only two I his country. I determined to Kottll(
M'Duffie, to vindicate hit couron : no hope. 1 more you, sir.tlul this sidence. taws mentioned in the act to wit : the I!* that very afternoon and
ucorelillkrJ
this and on various other subjects, Hoim do now adjourn. I' I took the oath of office before Gen. retinue taws and the importation of; about four o'clock, I*. i went to ;
connected with the part lie tuuk in tJi: : (When Mr. R. concluded, the question Jackson. The Attorney of the United people of colon and could not I, in i office of General; Jackson The be

.f I public councils in year* past. Mr. It. was taken f1h :atljoutnittent und Slates ha not yet atrit ed. return, ask General Jackson by what! versation as you may suppojf, ttlt- !
contended that it was pet'fcvtly cum .- carried, nem. con.) 1 bate the boner to be. Sec. act of Congress grand juries and in I nearly all on one side, not unmixed"'nJ !
: tent for the House to order the vis .J ELIO. I RU)II NTI '. criminal mallets,petty juries hate: been j threats of what hr sa.l he had '
charge of the petitioners, as it had in tt 1"\\t't iIn" treaD.J. Q. .\tit Mt, established in this territory ? The General to do fur my hatingdared to interfrl
t he case of American Citizens so hrli the five the Aerrrf.nrStair. has established them. .He has with his authority lie askcttt .?
***?*!* arttfiattfts .
,- in imprisonment by the public officers, .t qftttt /', **>lfr. (krtiehfHti t think him for it. Hut then would dare to issue a w
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t ; and between these persons and Atncr' "IIK rt.uuou, .I.g.ut 2C, 1121. iw it more nrerslayr for the protection served upon the I \iI.t lien 0"Vj. ** '
{k can citizens there should be no dilfcr .U,. I 11"hI'O the Srcrrtoryrtr.. Jutgtr>iwr r, f* the Srtrttary / of the liberties of the people that they lund of Cubit ? I told ,him, nap hit,.
; nice. 1'. t.U OL't .I.X"" 12, Iris.Sts State.Sit should be tryed in criminal matters by that if the case shi utd rr .mre h
't.\ 11r.:41'Jurrterrilicd at some Icngt, : Hating anticipated that it might i At the utile time at which this a jury, than it is that thev should hair t I1 hid the necessary jurisdiction wtsS
t to Mr. Randolph on those points-6 f IK- "rcnlu) for me to repair without will lie lettered to yon* you will receite a remedy against the wild ratings of issue one to he served upset the 1'ri.
liis remarks not particularly applkahie delay to I'en macula immediately upon no dtil"t, fr m General Jackson ongotcrnablVtyranny' the nnt"", dent of the In.tet cl htaUs. L'Itimate
J to the question under consideration. rrceiting my commission, I left New himself a full detail of the outrage of the 22d, and I might add the 23d.antl i 1 Iy, he wished to know ihr nunir Of t the
r and concluded with fan argument to Orleans early in July for 1'ensarola. by him committed on the person of 31th days of this month, answer i'l person who had applied for tl.| writ Car
show that the executive branch of the where 1 received yesterday from New (::. Callara. My unavailing efforts to the question. Cod grant that before f t 4a6,'*" rfiU4. 1 uim ,it.tingJll4.fd
j government was the proper department Orleans my commission and your letter have the :& released, only brou<;hi long still more elwfur answer be not ," them to him. Then lor.t sUil tl'l'
to apply the petition for redress of the 27th of June .,. upon me a part of the same c..ta..co. furnished to the question. whether they had m&cir iut- usual alas r
in the present case, which had bee I thank you, sir, fur the expression |HW% treatment. 13m not sufficiently Yet sir, determined as I was, a* far I dat it, stating, that they had Glen rifts
improperly addressed to this house. of your wish, that the appointment may acquainted with all thc eirtunuunrsattrftdint as laid in my power to emlea* oui to srd a copy of u warrant, upon wt.cb
\ Mr. HAHDIN understood thc importpf prove agreeable to me. the transaction to be able to hate justice done to Colonel Cntlata, 11|t.bluhtl, Callava was turfintd. I It.rd
the memorial to be, that the pettiotiers 1 am now ready to enter upon the Kite you a complete history of it. I was not less determined to hate jus- bin,, "0. that the apblicat on th
t had been long citizens of "' tI. duties of my office. ".11 then ,Mf myself to giving you ti. e done to the count). I feel as was a verbal one. General.Jack-en irequired -r,,'!
fcacoh, and officers under the gotcrn" The attorney uf the United States an account of the conduct whkh I parsued. I ly as any ,American any attempt lt''I'.I' me to sign wj.al I had *
L ment of Spain, that they parted (rum has not yet arritedi awl the marshalleft and which. now that passion has part of the agents of foreign gfttem- decLred ; I tod! him, I was ready;eft
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t'\t the territory pursuant to treaty* iaud this place for St. Augustine'stth somewhat subsided, I tUnk, upon mature meals to disregard the rights uf theUnited do it ; -ml I did it accordingly 1jcL
returned individuals for tile reOerttot, is the conduct States. 1 bad n"'Jh..U b, who ,
I a as private out appointing a deputy. only once an opportunity ,: w u p'rsutt ILt n.t1-,
purpose of revisiting the land of their With great respect, which nay duty permitted ..*.to pursue. of expressing my opinion to j iu, versutiou. hating seduced that part .r
nativity, and to citioy their plop rtyHe '. 1 bare the honor to W, sir f..atlIh Mir morning of the 2Jd instant in writing thatrerysubjretb I m\ i it to writing. .
deniede\ arbitrary: powers trim.h Your most obedient lei*.nL 1 VMS ihformeil that ('oIOft1"I.1- safely I apical t. wham 1 wrote timer. f..ra I I V'ttv h note was said f/t the (1. nerd
the gentleman: from South Carotin Kl.Hl.: FtOMjXTlX. I.VA bad bren arrested tJ e prr rdtnif correct extension of what I im'uat frrlin rt-ijH-i u-itf the craw'nt .fij. ytrtc'crs the
, t ( M'UulTic) contended\ the territorial The Honorable J. Q. At tt*, night in hit own house* awl cu.ir i .t rtety similar rar ; and althtiU;li 1 I|jb r "ppv sttrttiun reach ..f tin; b) 't'.e
government possessed ; and war &'t,", /.9*. jail. Soon after tft) house wt fiUtl do hot before a word of what is ",- I r.s.iie-, ie bo( r if af no I titjB; B
1 r' proceeding in his remarks, when Ur (.t with people uf all dnuiplhm hfll..n. ,trmpted ta Lid i.. th>. ? 4 rye .>lColoKel al'buld.' tree in i ...u" foe rlMhed x dim\111
;1 being 4 o'clockgave way for a tuutiu Jutlfe J-'nmrmtim ttfe Srtrrturlf tf Kcal a s. My df<;'rr the cm rd allied, Calhia, yet, in t m,:. .|U"-"r o* I iMi'b r\ttUlel.ltw' } cull Otlty ... .
to adjourn, which was agreed totr time. and It way hot until about rlrtrn o V I K k il,Mate olaritation in which :!jc- w I oV :itVttuitariitw.s. I tut i.." purr, tFat, a
81 ; and thereupon the house adjourned3Tf 1 VAmntin, ./j *t.3d, 1821. that Mrtr Lama, ln er riiy. Dr.Ir rountry was thrown 1 ilremrtl it a futyumter i|': n an of i.i% I r. d fIX h.If a.v r.Sh plate: ct
SIMI T. time which was to intervene .snabM, and father Coleman: rr the discretionary p..wrr vested ., hraci i.1 t'-e P/C .'.,,. .,.1. St. h:.
rOn MONDAY, our readers are appri ctui>t the tflOW nt when I rr- tuttinl to my h< e. T&e tbree first in all the judges, wVo hate aright tat ii" i.r.. t .,' \\itJI. ,MeJ" ;, t.;; w tF
Jf scd of Mr. ItU DLPII.S having moved raved)'bU' letter of the"Eth June last 'applied to net fr a writ of habeas to grant the writ br y3>f a. ('0'.I or ra'.her i'.ns.at'J.w attar;tth. I .t tie 1
I* and carried an adjournment .of the and the, moment when I was informedny corpus. I knew that it was in tain. pits, lo wjuirr security and -Rfo n;edthr frost eUI.lhJi4ht p' ..tof s d Pun 5f'ir
House, on the premature report of Mr. answer should be deposited in the hating no marshal to etrrulr IHV orders friends of Col. Callav. who apphetl .'tarn I the mottiaw.i UM ui.nirmda-,
Pinkney death. That event hafinj; ;o\i oflke, was so shwrt, that I ro.W to send an inditMual. tSo rouUi to me for the writ that I would, Lr- : !.use of Colonel& I tttu u IUIC' tfnT-fif!
17 now happened, we publish Mr. !Han not then twuch upon the topic which iso hate authority It drmawl it. fur a fore silting t.{. Callata ti'r/. require fur U..h.;; my duty, ilk utfetiipting taxi,
dolph's observations on th {IGclIlJluud Fng"cnvr.f C olowl Callata wadetainrd.td that, me of the papers Said to lie in 1 .he first ime the authi;?y of Ctaer .

f Tuesday /'rbrvary 26. When I first was informed of my appointment as that copy ttotld, and perhaps ought xmtsston. Security: was offrrtd ton Jack!"n is tonti-stcd, I +"fJ JQ r.ct
Mr. HAKUOLI'II rose, bo said ter announce ; as judge of i3'e United to hate beta refuted by an ofti.rr of I" % .."unt. I mentioned! forty tt.ou besurprzd f to all the tcmpoii tie
to the House a fact, winch. !lw ,taws for \Vrsl Florida, Jte. I undrr- army to that it iitid al, who could salad dollars t Col. Callava himself i in tl. s by him tnun'cratrcj in 1s; LI(,. tome
I hoped, would put an end, at least for stood it to be an apmtintmeitl to the of bare no !e!il character to demand it. I twenty thousand, and the two securitiesm t'thikid N,.. 4, ht In.bkI rpctk.d'
1' this day,.to all farther jar or.cuhlrsuu. tier of a territorial judge, with the ..- could not from an affid.dt( of a rtfuial ten thousand dollars each. Mr.I. that of ;t nerd inquisitor: and if, fitting
he'oreU..here, among the mrm'trrs lioital jurisdiction vested in thr fudjry to deliter thr Copy of the warrant underthuse Lama and Mr. Irmerarity lL; .of this body. Yes, fur this one clad, at .f such territories where no district ( 'f'Mtrit."U" find myself more c>.me securities. 1 thetiU-urd the writ, prohibited in Spa! n, .UI among otrpjj'the
,east, s.id he, let us Kay as our first court-of the United States has iteen .*- auih rizrd after than before such a rr- marked No. I. and delitrretl it lobe'' ortMituikr, oi u.c !bites States,
( mother said to our first father, :.',Ii''t by the act entitles M an act fusai to issue the writ; and, indeed. served on the officer who bt>d the |rukdtf ; hr st.: .ultl seiif! n.,- io the itd.t'
z' "While yet we lice, $c-nse Oak nJ..rt tw-ur to i tend jurisdiction in certain cases could a legal demand hate liens made the prison where Colonel Cal! t*at! 1 read ukcn at" 'i"rat, io th" tune
rt (o the territorial courts,** passed March with success, io the absence *f. **>.r* -.. ._:_ ,. 1)..... n___...? of my cn err ,,.. with l.>.. t* roes
t i it lac nutwolethireticpease.**, 1, Itfuj. .l,from an offic r of the army? Could anoth r of the friends of t'oLCall.ta.'test' some *>f the j l.b\h" !,e UllaftUIl
I rise to announce to the i louse, tier Upon receiving my commission and any body hate obtained from either ho Miul jo ned in a ljing menthe writ. (,oiertivr and Inti'ntf-nt. Ki. of which
1 not unlooked-for death of. malt who ril your letter, of the J7tn June last, I was (trneral Jackson the officer in whose In the mean time I prf'IJal'1'd a rough legal 1 powers Path pro Gus to, wd
led the'first pi in the first profession in that estimation ,'urn luJing paragraph in your letter I Ih(a ropy of the warrant It U enough to which is sent marked No. 2. The stituth n. he appears to the net to Late
." in this ur in any other cxjuniyWe the following wotdsi J[hate a right to trample tinder foot busts draft of that rrrwcwianiT w-% the remotest Lr.owicUgo' ; kj if tfe
have been talking of General Jackson ** \ad towards ihe organization ofhe /eatery law, to place the officen* argent*! vii my stair wren Col. \\-atton came to SpaMth t oustitution dr wii oat :.t' nf
i t, and a ;r.'at.T than utm is, n>n here, [ tetii| or.ry go.ertaH.mt under his : with their:ecuii.ninthe imltc.1.nihili. bring me the wder (rum Cichrral Jack it, though it> \.s st.'rnuh' mere ICJ
but gvnf forever! allude Sir, to the {General Jatksun) dirmioti, it inky .1ty of compiling with the rrquhitrt of s..n to be bt r* .fi,T mrM#f nt'tI, and 1gat .i here about sixteen i : rronii; s ago ; I'f,1 e
.J- Ixjust of Maryland, and ihe pride of all tar important that time judiciary drl'.fti] the law.V?ud not the same oilcans ,' it to him to trail |Ming will do for him hui rhe u.v s atth
of ui-Jut particularly the pride andoinitucnt ment :ul.t W put into oj eratton im- trolablr temper which manifested itsself 1 w as enttamrd 1ft .i.kinr snore nt' n- I were in force in Spain" on "t I lath -
L' : 4 of toe .profession of which med#atd)." 1 m.y oe mistakea.butit at the i. *itt< of the writ bate sat, att r&tivts in the d *ft nl that rrlcuasa.na ruary, ItJ td. ho that tot hut initl".io:
yea, Mr. Speaker, are a inentiicr, aiul -<'cms tome that, if the vouit to which :mtntfestrd iiMlf at the application f rr whrt, l reeitetl from the of : fee inl.uNiiunU cf t h>rau io i thetaj -
an eminent tine. lie was a mui wit ,t a l >d ;a of' the ..mittt. which would i oluMt of the . of .
awn |ipviuu is to bv ccmfiiitd, as ; copy i II tray tar Irlter marked N.>. < >r>tent lite ty n .*>t le bj a rttro-
w wn lived, when a nsem'met uf tm General Jam ks .n Hitettds. to the '''. :!...*. fttvtrnird. the.- i u..ih|.;.of.. the w'sl.rrs .i, ',. in hbswrr tw the writ 1 had issued.tn grazer step from a stt tr of on.ftLntut1af"'fU
House, and a net one luo-ami etc hue laws of .!.., Cm ed Stales: and to ate .1 tarn roam use setup| I druVfc-d : unnttess ry tabut of to a state u! abs ttUlr starer;. I
share he left it far me other-i speak iswes tbe act rrsM4.un' people .f color, it r.. d to serte iu I fHanti.. sits tl 1 putting he ie .n> lance in a better'MaiA. alt n;ft.i to ,tl'" ...M. thl ft sa'd
pride-in ;Itabits, nut mint)' net ,'ou.'i; hanlly sir d.uafitHiaird the ju.idepartuient i- tVr the application a % maor in mJMI *-.h'' The solttterwhu brought me not tit u'e M <*!. i uUm,:'.,,. I -ror.
tiv.-ly friendly, but of kindness ..micordulity. %'.rf ,wnj rvf truce tma the te owl) judicial oftkrr of the Unit-i t. eel rr f the oilker of the day !f.*. mm, .. let dt pat t N .I.tout tat miry off. !-
The last time thai 1 saw him dr jatiiuuaa of thr innMrar) gus, IM- c t Mates in West I Ionia, ahhwo. i'w 'st*rsrlj fen rev Louse when Col.allwft rd, !ant in n j ft-rUugs, a+ tn Ain ri*
w&son S.turdaythe last baturJa, ) but meat uDd liar JHcetion M Ilene"ali
tl-n >r- I an.

onr-In the pride of life, and full puss Jacison. : ..A,'tet, 1 dermed it toy le to actoftiplun it. iniiouM du rrr 'hi, -'_"- .l.uiietl: t,.. fiom (j.,"... ;,! 1. r A.M-j ;( .tn (1( .% it is trllt. tie
scskion and ttgor of all his faculties, Ju.y to co'timuiucjic my rommiss in that! lobby lie is now one 'to ins and your hair tu tidieimt ie ks.Itt, Callara from :\ *." Is it fair to 'H.ttte cMtter ...,, with i ol. M wit; ..n.m lrra..'.. art S-M m or.rfa. Sir, '*ehotiuii
account,(for as the tree fails, so A iiiuu who comiHUHitutcd i" me, in n-'u-n, ; apple tu> tne.lmdrr the IMMI riita* rd" < teat c- air of *Ni :. I *, MI,.n,- lie,') where we mutt .11 o-where 1 such of nary citru. ... of dift 'bin
pars sax cteriil) contra "MM**. \ shy the wn t' h .tl deter: "r". it.;."ku \1 ttw o. b '>' If n n
must very soon u>, and by the same as lie Coitc ites a d.Ud.f a'.nt.uvtun setrtily of lh. forms iwtrn'*r l to be 'in '!..$ ...Mu I K ,'I' itch to rtat,. ?Ii > a .i I :rt untly that 1 s srrafc tfu
road too, the course of nature-amiwu entirely at t.ria.ice with Out whi. ;s I.roHtplird with in late of uttd.s.nru-I UUrr! Slalnl. Ur '.u j .a -I.ft.i ;,... II .IK I' m, |' its.;rmU to btn.
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.re all of us, put off the evil day as put upon my coainiisMun a*d your ..di i ed tr."i.ill att" ..r.ldNlhe. I tt.tit .j-'i (t. In I Iir.arruatl'lt. or !lmu1 1. I \> .lisp i''r truth itftdp'-
long us ere may must also soon J 0. fur ,"- Un i'ir,,. there air no idi".a'tl.1 I Ifentiabtirs f with a telitii-tl co. v of the I I'W. rUt .,s lire< 't.s':: nv ,.s. t n.uddmhttt. :
t what is the putt but as a span, and It was then already too late far me t, I I I..C..kf' abM fc.t*1 Iy n"wit- t.'b un.r "... h hr had p.vtn ... tit; ,>ut -r -- ----- -- w

k s Uu-iiof. ; us tan; look forward to us many urge any jctivns ; the territorial rd prrttous to the .ra.uug of that to read, and he anire'I to calm'on i, r at ; i ,Uatr Ii. I l.t. .r to bee with Res'
fE y'ears as we have lived ? The lastS court, cob.i.ung of five judgr scn.seday *rit. 1'hr form of it may ears a HtiJr, fist .'... let wj .'.'..'r. lie h tumed .' reapert I sir.'' M u, noels oLcolcTetktw*
act of intercourse between us was enact General Jacksrwthepresidingyudgrr arcordinK to the lass of the sevrral in about l at an ..,ur. and gate me i i'bit'I s,'r.ant, '
the recollection of winch 1 .\'ould110t of which, by tl.e ',>e, is hot of avr, acLOiJiiif Mate home may require %c now be witaoui, for all the loftier ; to the Spanish law, which hr roils, if the writ should be improperly the 1M' time ha% "g ietKxirtI n :Hon. JOHN Q. 1\1.'t+.
tlia1 all the m.'n of the United States administers, tJelng only twenty to applied for i other may require srcurUf stranKe -us.t" of halts Jlioc A*"Trtrif Stale.The .
hue ailed or ever shall ml. lie had scars of age, and the law requiring for )' thai the part in the act of bringing lietetntibed upon wrilirt. f in him tit"l T

4' indeed, his faulu-foibles, should ra1 that office that he should be at least him before the juo\e shall not escape. hatter. a tour Of Which & rtimniin... .. firrrttarti nf Vt...,..1... .//> now.. ..1aQarusa
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thcr sty ; and Sir, who is without (them wenty-lite years, hating been Ired) hikers may rrqairr other things hut this, itiarkrU No. 5. About fiteo'clock i 7/)''r" ".niduage.Ilxras ---I
1 Let such and such only, call the first in session one week before my couam* there is not. il..i I know of, any parti Col. Walton returned according to
totic. And these foibles, faults if you ion reached me. cular prvHretjuisae commanded by the promise; and I gate him to read the tit.rsnranru..at rNE'I' or.jasabtr S'un, UI.
"L> wMt, which every body could sec .*- I told the Grneral that I would write laws, or adopted by the courts of the ,.letter which 1 .tad prepared, in answer Si" r i'reviou to arrival io &*
causjrvery body is etear-sightra in regard to you on the subject lie told me lathe United Suies, w ho, t *(!irte, fallow, in ''to the watts n coinniuniratiun of CieneJackton. country I had the honor your ,)f receiiri.fiom
:' to tile faults and foibles uf others had either' that the form ul
written to respect particular After
you already prescribed reading it several ,, linn II H. in. De bras Y Sslp****
-,lie, 1 have no doubt, would haw been would write likewise,. by the laws of the "
to In times
or )ou the state in I,i h" adtised me hot to send it, .nd i| then charge U'utiatrs .'fGnl1our g; ,'lB*
the first to acknowledge, on a time of whieh an application is made for j
the .observrd
T proper meats things matt cwtsrseoon that as he himself knew that :; nu nt, a 'Irttrr d l.trd the 6th of tie 'lat
rfj' >-fnUtion of them livery thing as I found them established on my writ. I..at then in that respect, I'J was then suffering fiom a seine i month with emlo t.r,
11'116 hidden to us--not, Gut fdrbid arrival here, until.1 learn from you the bound by no pnx rtrat, and I wa rheumatism which prevented me rom ; sundry pnpers the
lexhibiiir.jf go-
' that u.ter darkness rests upon the jgrave precise intentions of the President reprctintf ed to adopt the .rf.lf mode which 1 rore-I walking he waluld state the fact: in hs ;!Iternur i oftlse eompUitits territories.ganst of 'loriaa. Rri
w;,JcdiHfoutasil is, ishghttdcheerrfl the extent of the |>owcrs seated it in my power t. aursue.The return, and that 1 Could thus further "c -I i certain proterilin in his Judicial cl Llr-
amid warmed hy fire from Heaven in :'. This representation, I beg common lay, by allowing vise what 1 thought best to do. ibis |'4actrr (.1. Don Jose C !n"a.{
'o'.the.impiout fire fablod to be sto you to 'Ixrlicve, is not prompted on my particular writ to kf swirl by any body I letter was not of course sent tu General -';: Tfcat letter against sofcttH l
Icn f i n Heaven! by the heathen, butb part by the remotest desire of assuming i and upon arty boil;, seemed to hate Jackson. We had some fuitaercontemtion t,,10 the eoiisidcration was immediately of the 1'reyitlratr > *'n' spirit of the living GoJ, !whom slirtion intruded ''anticipated the peculiar difficulties in '
.a 1 jut not to be tpt'"Dt' and at parting | told thc the United Slates, whose direct:"*
tre li'.fvi MC shall' spend the remainder deemed to be imposed upon me, to In. !lion', then, for me to examine alter a I was, nothing but forte would compelme :an answer tlurrto.The .
t'm'\.J.)in worsntpping, not with.mouth farm you of the diiTiculiirs in which 1ate j 2 I formal, though verbal, application was to Irate my heute. .: complaints In suhtantt! are- '
h nor, nut in our hearts ; in spirit ant pi ,teed and to desire you to trans-.. made to rne, wu whether I had a rightto The Colonel made his return. I lid '!I '1. That Colonel CalUtrc, best;: *
in truth-that it may not be said! of us nit tome. AS early .s posis.s1r, the necrssait issue the writ With that view I .not xc him attain that day. and when ettmmisskrrerufilis Catholic; MauMftfor
: also, This people draweth night unto information. consulted my c Nm "... I find myself night camI mif tp atni 4 renew I of tfetiteritifc the our to'i5*:
me with their mouth, and bonu th t:1eff' I have tram! noftin)* o)or from,the here sljl" a jud e wf the United the scene .*f the day before, ami preparj j United States, anti protihre milled to slat M*"
with' their lips, but their nc .rt is far marsh l, or any deputy appointed, or Stairs, ath6rixrd and rtnpoweied to .d .t.yaC'.r for the coioe.ueM-es ; b1t.Cht. cial of laws of nadir"t,
KotiMti'-n tfcr
froTi mc." Yes it is just _C. 'lIe is to be tppuinlri, Sy ham, since the date eteeute and fulSl the duties of that office nobody came to disturb me. The!,his home was forc entered tar the
.'. ". I will not that our lust is its If 1. I fnrl according to constitution and J ly
go" say my U. airy uneasy on Uft next day r-porabk because such a man as fiat ijrct' the ,ui1k service laws of the Utiilrd I.tn. I | and %
; tU as } mutt ne.crssarilr nrr not obserted, that both the !sit in b ' / existed exist a ain. Thetc has suCrr turn the absence ,.I say that 1 consulted the constitution General and
may tatindisinnsableofficer. } tnjse'f: must be desirous( of!.:stances III riKoi.and :ahu..I.tty, ."ClI" .
6tn homer; there has been a Shakespeare } there beinx i no authority -I but I consulted the acts of Congress making report of Ms affair to ttej smoned, anti u :o4'f"I'o
C'.UI"P.'t"J
t ; there has been a Milton ; there belt by which the deficiency anJ, to th. 14th cooftcctrtt with the ttotrmmcQl by the next hi.ll.that tbre,I'' Jik..kson gvernor mtC'rrc.ri u
to
Ii t has been A Newton. Th"ir mast then may be supplied. I. I.st, section tf the act of SrpirttiWrif w- no heir It> br I,.ai. and that itO:a t 11 I ea. answer
' PIXKM'.T but t .ere i ifc no* .f l?'). 1 41 that all the .'. '
r t be Another The 27th tit" l wj the pet oftcmbcr rwea- the lie-r>.' w.'I'. > 'U.t I sitnuNJ tails, !. Thit &f} qn.ttpns: U' Cl" rime
:, none. And it was to annouuce this 24; 17t9, prc ;ritJ the amount(Board coutts of the United States .," at Its fcmcc the neat oar ill the mu.n-i II:.i has jju..i'"n ter tikes vieGUio! t't5c'




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tnttrt.'a, he b e&ng& ignorant uf thehngu Between him and (. Callavi, on the t'urumomb nehoo ser of 200 doKtr; : has not been discussed and that subject

tt .d which the II1tcrrpgatornsJ..n Subject, for eter. in the Kite of h+eogat+t. One of these as ell as the subject or coats, U '

"y ,, far would it be from the intmtionof daring rresttrn war dtht !ted tip in reserved for future consideration. '

f .nut put lie was finally committed toj the American government to draw Lieutenant Gregory by the fotemoi( of 1 .s I have not entered into any investigation

"; and there dciaincd for the I ier4.1 ''within its rigorous limits the exemption St. Rardolomt..ad theothee iwobr of the Interesting subject present

prison a day before released.i M from ordinary legal process of a the Trrsident of lUtti, fo/trial by the t ed by the application of the Consul o( h

: n during the period of hit deI.I foreign public offic r. It would extend United Stouts The C nmpw, has France, on behalf of his government

nt'ion hi. house, hit property, and i to them ajiberal measure of lime, &nd boarded sevetal privstrcrs during her I 11 consider any, such invcsllgatloo as i

Entprm of hit internment, were left i a full portion of indulgence, for the execution entire* and traversed space of 9Ooo . ''consequent oar rya the original cap- .

S the mercy of the soldiery. That he ,I of the trust and for departure miles, spreading terror among those -lPLDrE- mDJlrl-- I I i.lor being divested'of his prize. Had

found. on his return to lab house, the ,i lifter in completion. Hut it cannot wretrhn whose impotence is equal to I (- .that been decreed, for any of the tear '

Kits! of his Kosernnicnt upon certain perceive the justice of extending these their atrocity, and4 to only require : t\\\\t'\\ 1i \ttvti 3O. ;'son, already considered ; or had it appeared .

of>aier. broken and'some of the :.pri ilrget beyond their limits as sanctioned ar..e pursuit lo frighun them out uftut'ile t _. __ conclusively that the Centineila, ,,

boxes cattrred about. jI J by custom for purpose of injustice existence.Ve | T1M- 14 itttkil brwigiit m Wanhingtoii city at the time of her capture by the Hornet aA

-per the President of and wrong. And her are \ learn by the abate arrival that dri.t.U* "WUwn.Nll was proceeding to dispose of the -
instructed by i f rfrr ha!i ten done with the rio-
Ci'M am Stales to assure )ou of hit led to the enquirr, what was the Immediate the inhabitants of l'.ri bcilo and l'a-s,vihabtt nth C ( Ih.sstsftleprsrntatters- Africans of l>a Tenser, as slaves in

the 'ict that i is 111 completion! of occasion of the summon to Col. rams had expelled tie Spniar, and i tM $.eae a eww &r bait after llK1llbMn4 violation of the laws of Colombia,,ihequestion

itinsaition,: of such high importance Caltata, bit resistance against which declared fur the r..uitl.Ut" two hit been ft "tt' t1. .Ln.-.b. on the of the slave trade being repugnant -

circumstance toranee 1 ito prompted the subsequent rigorous thousand men had embarked Car-1," The bill u Arne taiest, M IM* .:. lo the universal law of nations,
butte Luticnt, any : Ie .., .o' Awls the tepwksl t* the love rUM
in rtfereccc his the rankll .r JartUkt i then have arisen.
should hatcioccurred. measures, to person, thagrta r HI garHazen might
JiM '
un cither sob else teR.rri/tK ; -a; ,
rrtrptnm
pain
'I(|iouc, and paper, complained of in those places. A fleet with two : .aft .s.t.- < tfM ki,Iatnr rtmncil l.nt.t Hut, in the absence of all such causes

ihc note of )Ir. Salmon' Hr hid thousand turn .ilc-d l fawn SKKIX Martha i raw r .k1.lsl't s asst aht.Nately at Nrn.acuaa of divestment, and of proof of any such
of the proceeding)
On the merits 'itilhheld, and caused to be packed in during the war mouth for .at .\tlWCIW..tesehet'rg a nth the ftltnwn unlawful proceeding do not think any

complained of, all the light. nectary >oxes for transportation public te- cail and I.rto Cabrho. and it t.r"-I.r.! 'Ai stssm is MIl to extend bcveixl four such enquiry can arise, or that this .
of.a correct judgment, Wh" .r is.setaat ._.lrMat. in
formation is .
to the rords, relating to the property of the confidently esprctcvl that these p court can adjudicate; upon the claim of ,
the
reed nd. It uould be suv.i'ue bantam Its and a Itflate to
bat. not been in the '>ro\mict judicial dovuoicnts, indis- would surrender opus the first summon eunj trs..he.to rI Msd'bs nith.k.erptinn the government of France, or of its

I@prol r. therefore, fiit-irai the 1.letisatile for tinditating the title tourC4'lIIaon f ..et tsars, aa.l uisk r sneh rs ur citizen, as they have been presented in \

(., to pronounce definitely on of iufA.ht find orphan chil- The Grampus touched at CapTi- UtiMW*. M the gsaetnntsn.I t.xalaute toynmt these cases.** .
In its intercourse with foreign SMI*, teas tune te I*** .FMett,- I -- ._.- -I
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i. m.de Geneal bernon StUD tltofetaud -
of the United $$1ten.: Application tuat to llatti. men I,

noi.-riihc government olisrrtant of the 1l' Jackson, in behalf.*f those orphans, bail marched for the city of St. UuMtftgot It t. s. p. pa.r-., to 'bl". that the

Mates 'w uropuloukly charac iar lh'-legal judicial process to obtain it was reported that the advance had AdfI l.rwi ir MM. h'c'I'\Ict''M fro'h
cr
rights wf the representative hose papers lie had proof that they taken possession of the city, and that the Prr..ikat '..6 ciar tM +panrh tltbrt'triaoFn.J

tlf Iwr..uns charged by their gilt el1l- had bien remoted after a unimonirom the 'whole Inland was completely m sir L- its tanphanet Kith t.ortnttJatL.os.'s
_, ith thl' performance of any duty ai* on..tw .WJth $eptembt'" ,
?,. him to then on in whose i,o.- possession of the Mac b. 1 his information
lt"'ir n'tatlunlnUI this. 1HJI-ami "* feat well a irvi1 that the ililllac" .\
inl .;\11to Colone I CatUt iris kession lI.ry its been,to produce Item, confirms what we received afro ka oast "h the 1i1lm4J1' eheetiatness, I

fnwn; Altlioti gli 40 the house and poessiwn of Col.Callata days ago via Savanaah. N e pr.rl.h In w1 asae ettrsrts from the ter

. not chili,d with the character or crc- fur the a owed purpose of The Grampus left at Santa Martha, (nrtnl... .. m ttM llmm rf Ift pTr-wtOUtocs, :

dmiialsof a lublic'miniliter, it is mar su aracuug them from the protest is- the schooners Orb and L* tetn Trader oa the s rjtet sir'ptatuah tl Mess.
admitted thatm the execution oll It ..H M ewer MVHT 1ft sk tw..thai the ub> -. .
dih commissar fur the deli- trued by his &utnor lr. Had that oflitcrt of Boston, and Independence of jed( ws.nut .t s H nmJvFtfamt by UM llouwrf t ')rt \1e.s\\co\\'-,
\'%trttsuas a ) r er oMal imiuuuity been e..mpU land Ibltim tl', to mail in a few days: put .Mans tfo IMfTOSt !*.It"atagtwotppwr that
ert of toe province, lie! was-entitled lo unquestionable, what greateraouwr midshipman Booth and crew onboard t'ar s sere catnfent I in the Lark try'*:\-,', No.mAkklED ;'

all +"h'l'ru ration and all the iniiiiuni of it ('tutu lute been made than thus to the schooner Little Cherub of doslou, ralasrwti wt Ma sf '(Livens ..naanjC 10 nntler'sandthate ,

lift ftcwsui; '}' for the discharge of tutjutt. urust from the course of justice tin, and ordered her for C'"k.lM. the KerraMlrsnarrrpanIuricers, March 31. Schr. ArnarMUMalvnaCampb' ; 11 1274
'. flu it is nut les true, Hut, in and and tNt tkrf N4 nrthimtti t. tbe Prmtim to '* *'* f>t>, work, rsrroto C. PimUr end>
touchers Inch tie igit captain 1.lthearrj] crew having t
on di'prnJed etkHft of .
the rglbt cafeHrtolMp wait the treat .
St
11'ibdf, it l had <>e.ll stipulated, tVjehc Foster. .
the .* ( died the captain of the Castern Trader -
subsistence cne- 4
and the
ofutphafcs ,
of thin Sxt r Two tucttu,Teal,57 dart from P l.b,.
whole transaction sur- .
th.t the sal Jackson, considering it,:.l CoL Cil- was also deceased.On Pt for Chests rr hit rre rt.tl t asana par dflpnu, cargo to l'. II. Niabttt'and. the nia-
;.'t! I jo T of the protimcs, and:the, e"iCUn L\a Has not entitled to such exemption the 1st February tie Cmmpa' M HNT IShfc MM*. \t r ..H pnvnn trasnik- stt rMirth

: ', of cell tlc officer* of ills Culiioluyt f-vm legal issued the ordinary toanlrd a vessel fiR Tape Cnur* -II.,.. t-. .s aatl farnssl, ettrsets nest seek. slsd1S :;. ch". .\m'lia. nit 1. from Mobile 10'1:

.j, v. within it, should lie completed summons proctss rebels would hate ,started that they saw tie day before t first any tMr inAert.tingT 49.w ; "t.In... &. Jo.C. Key- .. :i
six niontl.s from the exchange see owners.taeagt 15the.fr'otnthe Mats.. ,
n thin of the Meat which tl'rn1JII1a(i ''r lu any other individual, American brig of war with a schooner Il.'iwf .+ AIr,. tV Cetafa4o Intel with in<,M ot t torrni t "'t-lp g-th a.a; -
ratifications ,
ofi'te ) and, on his refusal to answer the inter a prize in company. The United I. l'n..rr.-Tbt.e i*..... been dettednthe : : owtt-Mjjrar, ( cftce, Vora lt's and 'rc. -

sit i months had elapsedit the lime rogalorics put to him, commuted him Stales brig Spark touched at Cape 11- CIa" 1..4"9 t onrt.flrottirs.aaa? l'a 4fniftr MCMJN. l'Jmacct (.ajnet, Cru.at,

shin t'lese incidems occurred.. It is as others in like cases uould hate beenc Hervon middle of JaKuafy, with .1.. toes the tishe's+steiwtKe i.wisa t .S Jo*. C. Kr,Mraml Mr. ('..

a' .., trut', that the surrt-ridcr had been the schooner a prize in ass .inset, uer to "tfc .|. 't\co j aiga.ent.4th Sat I LLD: ,
.mmiuedao Itj same order company.
of prison. t n.rtt w very rifle atltl v".w'nnkt.. March 34. chr.
the author it Kseambim
nplctt-d : that ) Spain ,KrbY', Mobile. t
hr issued a commission for wturing Captain Chatel, of this city came "1"t ibsi air..1h preebaks its ,.rtl'b ft : ZitbC'Iia.K.ler Kew
than Orkans.
.t.nn the province hud inorf a.nonin the papers, which ought to fats passenger in the Grampus from Cart'laipfia ass naa..lltl (sows the rrpsrt the I Surprae uradkr, do.

bi-loir ceased, and that Q f thr een delitend up before,with all suitable ; Captain Chain bad ,sold his tmMft. ' United States had taken Us place teasel at that .ot. the . .. SSMemet t d M f -
caution pivrent the U.ktbJr ant J -- '- -.--
liu' uf his Catholic Majesty i'.\!r. or run r.vriNKUi -- -- --
\%D LtPP
troopji ')Ii' harhoui at exhibits
others ; and iM.m xiuir.y after the 'atifcfactuty prrsrftt a ti\\\U"b\ t\et\t\ 1jete.1.ETtER
iud Wen removed, and if Colonel \.a- : 1 r. .
and BesMe the
return of thai comnrnsion, proud pte..sing sijjKi.
itid oilier officers of Spain, re- I' f". SX.fr let fWrt I.+i++isie..t 1ls.Nfrt.' 4 .L r d tot k-ntine Br.4cIe. ,
ordend the release of Col. Callata. hips in |.*rt. rea4 to transmit our products ** V Fort t borne, .AUtMmn' post m&rkcii New,
after the consummation Tlw ItrMh brgts14is Jh.svruith
irti there Such hate been the charm to the extrrrwlirs of the earth, a (Orleans lSthrl't. and forwarded to the tier
could' longer .prc.rI141 nrr .f loW nrlrf K% rUk tout f f.M'nca
eveht no
1a lacy of theirportolit we behold a portion small but vesper I- ncfal lust Mfice a.tinttL, on CUnuaiton prorcrl
lc'r time tranactionupon ms'd .1 6c M, sit .. u a. bf'h.ml
the iminuniiti'S of lO hr of value. 1
h
!m public agency letter
mule by (Jcneral Jackson; and, tal- ahlr. of our gallant navy -the Lulled a.praeof oar earls a tineenber U. .r rn Abbttt written b'horu.u
.I\ other pr it'ifeges Hun tiwse ol tttuuth the President cannot but contemplate Staler s4 bonnets ,///irwir, lieutenant near her pun f....,. by the kimrtl brg It snow ,n th.*ottiec,for dtl*<*ry
loan ditty
one autlM>n l't1
to reccite it, wi if
s 'un;" rt permitted to reside in the SrorelotI2Kuns JN/kiiticutrn- f .., *. a private ,*. with unfeigned n ;t this we ; not .r in f. lr tlitJ v wail be returned tot .
|1'!a' . Sir Attars not only ainfnabielo ( /* ., the nag J t6UsA's, antl cwnroamtal b% the ('ter Eitc. .,
< urn tire, he thinks that blame should ant *Hi *eai, 12 ; **/' lieutenantRAMtnt eral Post O : -
I'.J.IIowtf.rO. .\frvfa i "tlK'P' the ." tntunJbut' who,
?'III1..n judicial <* irt-puted to the party derrtiiig it. 12; /fetfitjr lieuienanl ll, >4Mt.ustrv I. I'wrw. tlw Oktifwtta anti Urpruv were NICHOLAS, P. M.IirA .
tout. the :s. lan.,,ek- I'tttstaLJtthMurch, ltd. .
UIU ttpan
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and whose miscondurt produced it,and 6. The Cirampas awl the .srtbwi.ket It, the Utrfl *t.tr. bmp t>f sat .

hIUK Oifoit* the cession of the proik ili.l "b. jukittr Uue tu have lubk: to '
Mould been ttitioJ .
t. tbat Stir ha I'eis.-e
asuw trpastr w a. a
hf' .
with the Grampus hss rendered essential .
to make him arquaibted oVjccti
\ h f on it or M ilsspris+.tsnirnt, at the i 'I tat.e.I rrsMna an. .11 .J the renttnti. : rtulewfriii! the tar .be house 'r.I .
Jis, niton of the 'dovtrruur. for the ',n in the note or):r. Salmon to his service to the cau+e of American totn- U, (Hart'aIl'aiwsbta btru'lC.1 pesre-rent I P I i f Jwfcn Innenrty.about the lint c1f h61"1J

of roh last,*pa:r of tflcgatit IIAIOF.i-a Dllll>.:

Hunact ln.It there. nation ..r the motites and considerations Spanish Maine. The ,'.tpt,tr has 1In* pm.t rrr*. eliik mttr .u dtN.MMM.1 -fleesatd noetnt.ng of Quven'u,,tal. ten

It is Assorted, by Colonel Callava, which toteinrd him. raptured a number of Pirates, and de groM rase* aI+etntaNoee. sppe+sttl ta.3.n1 .a Ik" I Ira. I i I..ar be fiten fir the re oraf.cn ef tictthduHart
U . his fa** isms-; hthe eke aedati.aeanrtha prwp.ry. at mar CH tiiscoTef% of
> WM
-i tit- pwbtpuncmtntof dep.rtutr of | 'nit .
| In comlud'tnt; this letter I rannoi strayed some their outs on the coast Urf satenlath .ru.hwerr'rased ,tk tS.I, t*rMv. ,k lr.r botJi.U '
f.'i.i .'...iiLulu hud liven tie..< *r). of CuSa. 1 ht is this a
fortietr reminding you, sir, that nut Alligator at moment sa.l pt'Ift crts Snjt pa mss bunt t>f M. HKOGkB.
UI use it tans ill1 ut..il.le for Lim to only ihU, but all other transactions ready to proceed on a civile to sire Mist first MuPtk..evt.anti ssbe.gtK14. M.rcb3U, 18 2._ ___ tfVhidr_ _ _

trr :'iitati tlu 'business incident to the a painful ttatuie which hate arisen in the \\ nt Indies. .' 1M-1M .MtW port wf\.w lirkansalt. t'\\\\t'\e

lumi.co, on teat dav $;because he the execution of that .. which it The Lnitcd States brigs 3/r and ( h i.nk y fcfctttctf l'e and hl'J'llt
Vk, U.h-and i'tilaue the question, treaty both tt13.N.in5t "IIIl" ftane the l'tmfob osa.tstinh. n.\H.< rtc.tcJ rut Die ICb.. ncr Aman-
h. would bate terminated all .arrrfimr are immediately tar
was fM-d. .. I't is t. iLe h" of these *h"na.f'rum'orl.
s
s.
1f.L! ili aitiller the t"- property
i.et <; ) belonging; to the diiTV'rrmes. and hate led to the peeled hrrr. If report iitk ttue, M.ss 1M I C'Wf _L. I Frrrtch HnuMty in pipes and bbb.

L.i.tiiAiioiik a. ot "as not included most haimonious inter* ourve bets < they hate cleared the coast of some of To this Lit there eb tM were intcrpowtl I ) ssit I units him in puncheons and bbla.

tin it loMoti, luJ been icTcncd to the i the United Stairs and Spam, have Its ilKum"aIM. hfVMM*,* r. t*>* rapt. and part t1..mita tksmle in bbls.
.
ck ui .n of the two ,oH lllna'l ti. loIMI reededfiom the pru-& II. B. )l. vrboonrr SfltislvrtUi 12 nss.r wf lai iVkw sal orjf t a MC Mt b; I .11.-1 can in bals:
I' r. wipe') i. obvious : that without unjusufia'ile oYliy A.rl Mh/tf f'Ons OWMT of the kmrnl brjMtviMita I Cberrr out superior quiltjlaboxcaof.
Lieutenant Ctniat is in
n ,4 ivfrrutig. to the del. which etasions of his Catholic Majest} <*(!<. guns, now I < t ..1. tbml b; I'. Uutlhnwn, t*|. I one do } pro- cert, in direct contravention as is understood port. In looking at her with bet flat I's.sawlat I'nAtv.t 7 i
tuitrd til the irtn of Just the surrender to hit orders Wed intention, wtfird playfully upon the btrtte, andin b* I teeth (.. sUk iMt; In his mttnvn-- ,unr.Ift"cry oil .nt.hJ.traqu.aLtr. 4G

which iiiijjtu lute btrn I Merited in withholding thediK-umcntsarchitr% amicable and silent society .ilh far its, that M tbr 't..I..I',***. btr 6w nets ,\Tllr.twto'tiMn 5 7
niyiv: than IMO .uiouttis Inforv, there of Capt NIl crv w, were aJI .n..w. hatngSheats. Huttcr t -
triads war, wecanoot help the contrast -
and
,vouchers of which the del it
cry .a die slate vaulta ufjetHrtd Tobacco
"all arte. traf4dpeohr
itrl lLlIIJlit tiiiu-} be-tvvt-cn thai davttu ?
when ** bravest of the brave"of
had kern rxpre" ly stipulated ; touch the bU l b> the lass ef IAsneer. M.l akd suite Jbeetn hams t "
: ice ::2:i t gfU.UIi, fo the dischmltr I
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of ers indispensable to It r l. States both the two leading powers of the earthweie Coiet states, and 'CtafoadEs.a nettMr tie tltp- I Fanuhr nv w Dt..tNPUuqtWitr1: '

711.4 be aily "uuftimss incidental to it.. fur the dispensation of pritatr juli(r, arrayed in bloody pfMt"ti.n.I'.tr [ t *. by UVr 1 ehtiisKme Capture bjr tfw lion Cheese-futluck's Da.rr tV I
pCI'.oaHil andslusttion "f!.# and for the establishment c-f distant be that day again \\ bile HC *t so J rcM tai pnH 1 m tn publk ,
Iwii-1 Liu.4 uvuiier u.squhhrrf him tbrtr WM ..hihi i ant thrttfurc B own ant l.rrmfKl LJTrrpool SALT U
right taut utlrtly uscl-*. tu and thrrr are injuries to tediess. roM rs ipuuish setck. ,
Spain of .
and
4 z busbeh
cii, the II ia, of Julv', from i ; the detention of which, liy the Captain and commerce to protect how tree reprewolatnt fcf I hare. to be tested ?*K rs in whole and half boon t 14'
ks, t or ., tae 22d ofgoer .Au- (ienial' and Guyernor.f Cuba, and by much more noble the anion of such Ik laasofbapmsetseaentiltectesi f f.y-in qu nt.t>s to wt piirrhavrst \ ,

from wc.ng piCkCut *l a r "l\'e en- the Spanish (Jotcrn(*rof both &.%! k hovers( in the great cause of justKc Me fhtkrUaMt tbc Cat al tw* rrcri tJ in- iiMUrtl in botttc-London iiKUHtfMAn t
'Uiuutiui: i,ur lter- dJurtc Site lass cf invcj'cr
iinuu'uuicly shot MM France prolwrawM of Ujniett Good. : corn "
West I'londa however intended, and -
.lOsttom u -,J. rlei ana performuu -' bttitg t.c ,Case thoI as far as ,hl'1'c.bk sti aU .uting.ef
: tvI' .n" 'u" fault .by Hiiatetc motive induced can subs Lfs4 rf the Hri; SpTiJr IVacc. .ltbkt br v..+4ewml bjr the .Vhrnsttfuf Cheeks r
irtlcusii ac :
+
h Jt.u ) tuna purposes but thosr of fraudin- From that 1'r.t'for .ti.Mr. r.rt. f>*nc* rr 4kM m IV ViKtrvl lute,nctmtv
l1I..UII tv. Lurk Stripe :
sew li.cncc to .
*uu ustirr fcmi opprc %ion. After a sue Fast the Ch rlr .. (...' Keb 21. m r star to Lbtm. brat ntnn to tiwr r.H Ilencth :
t.I."I. on A '-;tiie oy ft'.. Anu tar.u> the .MMUMA, fiwM4 on Loans La ten.
frssion of drlats for a period of six Arritrd, ttslettlav.. llamhor brag > Fhiid :
uu tttie U'tLtd the ..
to cUI'aUuU 'UII.tr' sticks the llbtina in climate Sail \\' UI'O'L. llatftb. Chan+bra"a, I IIlruwn'fiirting
at a no- ;. 9t day% "
"
1 to .. f *t Jew rA ftJrtt rterntteek1tnt.n.,1
*>|; tuC ...U.lluit, M .""Ii Kati tlaCrt g ,
to I'ii t. i it. lIuf time Leo /. 'f"lJ for its utibcillhitirs. to stranvei-s, arid 41 days (from the Isle of Uishl.The b; JlIMf.ce I.", the )Loans. llrownBlercSctl Shtrdn.-s., I ,

.., hOltrtIf of the commissioner of the C. SlatntUthoiiked S.IIJ'a.. bound to NrwVoik.put .n.etrttyttand aft "r.ldt 1M MM,*! to suet terta..t d.tto:
II hUlb suniriciilkrtu.
CU 'IU IUV.nL (oirrritr those dorumens* in in distress Inky and foremast -1 tb* slate U lr .repugnant to lt* mind *ier Mr (''nn. from Hav..aftll.
c iUiuj. ,Ce of lA.lun..1.. ,
i .itwrrea/ las J ws, tit !
yst-N .rrunl"
tii.. *tidofthe tesse which had 'vnU')nI sprang. Sprung a teak in the channel t Cs Tae.Zl hrte and.Drown Sugar mod ).'o.
'. & ",u"u.r itceipt: hug there *t baf IM %*|>fiMtt. tbr f fn>c plea pftn' diy
L i tin, he was rum|* lied to d..r..rtit) and it increased until in a gale off Bermuda tbr w I cit cvssui. Liars.
itatc octt. duteiiibr Jack- *MhtvMM iu n : 'ttfnrjortationa
,,i\ci by out thim bttn dclirrred. she could with he of ..1"e .rorr, rtmainingW V forma ;
t I..mi ni oi nor uatrtney: )'r1 difficulty kept 1W ( r. nrlla w ;LbcnW un UM pad
rigm hj>4iii' to reitioivtli. The attempts to carry a.*)'. fare w ith both punts. She then hue the l ..Matt t rC3.Krig a pot'.tuJ: nnWIIe I .

L.. iI', wuAtv r IU mints might. be, "both from tVn arula and from St. .Au away for the \\ nt relies; hot from the .,. Lira NHMtc(r-b r. And;antJ lJassast1Fs1.kdby I h..key '
'"* III tiu uuitiitei rlh't led tI) .lit tic Awl .. / ('. tlcwandtngtnt. New OrWm VtrvovMlo Siigtrt
!p.'tur: of tan .i1 ..... 'uuUuIIIioutt. gustier, many .+.f those papers' tan V suie tithe wiuds, Wat obliged to fume J b 4h ,tm K, and thmr rargticst Loaf $..Kr, Double refined t s
It tipwrd, in no other light than asDa- lo this |*ort. On the 16th in,t. took .1 sk.eg.L..sg,s to the ltJUpt of.neAs*. Sperm sled\foukl CsmltcS t
the apht.it; liit.ttticr, thai. liolh bfciUlttXl > gtant violations. of the treaty. 1 he orT from Sand Key UaSamat Messrs .trKrt'ta.wur.J." \ernue IGmost ylaeatoniu

JIIII.n.tlC;" of d.l' pit tue I'tesid in relies that they -ill I. soconsidered A. Strut, J. S* frd. /? S ('trtt/l. > h*.* tb Court, fltr a long] elaborate and )!two Heef. '

btNlyh.rtstcsutitn l\j' .icl of the piounn, by II. Majesty, and that and sis seamen of the Crete tlf the brig: kanwJ opw wn,.*.\u this cwtctuwon.t )tarMe rtsbsiriaret .

H Ul l.a.UUof Uw fuU..Uu..1.- he has te thu., s-hn. t'.. ,..o.t pm;iitr Speedy Irate 1 row bridge. fom1.. port the whole, as I consider the tt Inc : aMohots I

11', M4. lu t oj i.*:law, ins iliiinuititiik and < flV<.tui.1 order f-.r the faithful rx- bile fur ..' utk. wrecked on the brig CrraliHrila to be a lawfully commissioned Yara) ltrtS: :

O. + 'jitioii f lUlU tne. u1Ulitaprulteit'ecut.on, in this respect, of that ibstrumeut. Iltb,vn the Bahama ilank. days tatteasel crvizer of the Hepu>>Iic of Cntdsellim : .

A."raw tOeiU ttastd .,'r UI\.' 'he JJ u ..f totally lost cargo sated and Columbia ; AS there appears me to r !e ti-Farthenwsrt.Cut 0..nd..

1 arc ".1.,"tw.t t..a.cJ\ r..ur been violation her of If"H'ftJ 1M."rncl.l% ef Iby tnney! rousting of ;
J.Uttu 1 pray you, sir, to arrrpt the assur- would I* carried to ,assay. Left Capt bate no on part,
:.ad'nin.tar.. 1 1011.I .wn..tt,IWIrrngs H.-aSh"ct _
msss s.ciie the t'teneoualily"fthe U. htateseitheras' tlK
Ie.,.c, I'cc4nlz.ti his cutnnllssarHJt ante vf my distinguished considera T. the rnatr.one seaman mitt the steward nC'tl'1., U..elt1..".,, alfcroet : and a
>. ), to take rare of ibe.car o. The ccrta.nrtl by the Uw of nations at.i T rtt tJ other rtcI. _Allofwivch will be

tit.rutcrs ),'t C t.IaI1t.ill uuc..Uu..t tic..h.JOIIS QUI: CEf ADAMS. teller hag of the S P. has been JrsrHtHrd by the arts of Congress oran M>I>1 his fur C.4ibr barf red fur ln.locr.

"unt ;It n ncr e out ntca Ut, oeuiiUd i Don JoAqii DE AXDIAO, brought, up and the letters will be forwarded stipulated by treats and as 1 am of U rcnmc.,.i >tiMaiTh, 16.'2.IiOHv ,

taus t : the six ii.ontus wad not Iwt.F I ttrnstrt.stnY, l/t. .ih3Ue J/rX. opinion, that the srimrvuf the brigantine l' : .'lj. '-' -

'"IoU'ed i; and, 2uh, because rue -- -- -. La .Tutee and her cargo, by this

tit r : tr. ssact "n of Genera JacLkou on"ini.sttcuer 110:1bile.Fw 1.t.tL \i-.alma crnizer, was tot a piratical aggression, STOKE.

+iijiaytYVulrizing ,ut. l..U!Lit but involving the ,
a question
capture
. C' .(I. t J.trist.ii was b writing luta a fco :w. and of which this
or
) prize
ai pr
'. rs fs",fcA
I PIII/ ."c. jV
1'11f ruts, ;"f. ,.nJ 'r. lu;ulVHCll of I I :MORE rjRATCs cAirruKED. ILVNCJINO 'rl court, as a twin'rl tribunal, cannot tike iiuornw the eitliens of
I I ln"Ut > pemaeol rise tiny tntmb t i till Ly lilt ,.l'tur, in etadit.g, on the The United buir s. 1.N..r C.HAM- Of dlrtiet.si ns and Lest '18ali'f.ma tognizame.-1' shall det rrr, that the libel botngtountry; that h..nf( nerntlv smt.J;

'r'u 4f ands fji.fitifjm. the ttCtt"tnMtnfjf J CPUs, 1. Irons liruunant (.fctooar.' tiy UT CALL**, jr. eft C. S. the libel of CapU Hen-, in lht r,he w II *lt >rtU r "'.,e a,ij uh+tu, *

*UJ.U1alt.j promise,on the morning from a rru rr of fuur months in the latch3ti bay, and the claim of Vrancols t our pan complete*nd.cr.rat *.ci tn>ent d*

Wthr Till of Jul) before lie suiren-i-{ West Indies and along the Spanish be dismissed ; and that the hria Ccnti 1\lit k1& aud 6.Ut' ,

t i': ., vi artrrttatdircusinitopesfurm j']:i Maine, arritrd at our ran jrsterdajr I, POST UYIICINUTIC'I:. .rlla sad the brij ntrnc La Pensce, I Now cm the way from New Yort.

I" If. ts'.ir11 Ie-tu" .rll'r IUl rXrUIIn -:morning.I UM from Santa Martha. She J\ lutwrr Use toad w-Jl anise Ml &ttrml, st together with emery thirty found on It;. It. H. ot ., a p lilt .VlncK, P. \I. std JIIC' no ltotri.y at of ch .art others from tie ..,( of the
t nsiu a'cke \ )
.. rash t. : hagts be ab.'c !
e .:i.r Hornet' be mtoirt the Kbeltants ". o pro pty to supply
1, I.,. f, o ts heat ter'fin- : hkf1.td, otic of the crew that rob ltte j r. MCKOLAI. r u. I to thin with arv art'eks in the abw\e line WI tim ,
'
y' . . m It .n''. .1-J"rL. ('.1s tIn, ( f M H..dd Iph.a. it Cfcarlrs I u\e-- and claimant Kirkland 8c Cohen. most rta+ bl.t1'''. ,
.1 it a1! l\\uuk lot The .f/JM4firr *-" ,lf* I i
Liusw tuft L"'IUi""d :l CC''lUtiens' and James Koss, ftlio 1'O bd question YeesscrM, Jrtuc-b.lJ ltd




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IAN OOM.KfU; It is tken e lomitgkHerfrwiiUie PreWeni d the Itwtd valuable privilege ot a ferry
/' T.in msrnicT or COLf ""oUR L.
to-tdttI to the Prrsidetrtof the IkWd:: bay of PensaCoIaTrom Pala-
rtiif.; Trustees of InolHiiUon bad the at
blic are Invited
-lIct.ZfH..,t.In' 21. 1521. Cou learn.the Tin toexamir; .
JL isfaction a few month* *'nco,of snmffine to Nary may e contemplated Town tw lite

,inff the election of the lie*'. J>r. $T4'I1'* ,at "Srlr":1 awl rcysclf of tins mode of siriftjr you calling on the subscriber his The sroprrctor has bid 4f partrflS0""iJtl
President nd ,Mew O**,K and \V.p. p ro.
CHAPLIN ion into
JOHN II. LOT each rftLeKSiEJlS
of my cmmcA desire that Uie College, "bxh*a* .
'(Visor*i and that the CdleR would!>' cpenr utcorporatcd b> an vet of Coop at UK last .tf *//f ./arA>/irorefdr.. third tf an acre, at the mouth of the P. J_
for the admission of students RH the K
anti at the head of
aca+ron,b> the titled The( -Calkge pen_ p., lu? *
,Wednesday in Jannaryncxt. tiny hire reeer.tly in the Uirtrict of (:Jufubia," accoa.pLh I lre t t
may 1:11 professional services SfSsa"1"-flea
( elected J*"
'(f Experimental 1'biksnplny,1'pnrteawatt and ludd with rrat.. rtkifl,tUl there Attorney and Counsellor at The Town in contemplation will

t M. I). Professor of Anatomy and Phistalig. jpiod rearms la W! r,e t1c.atthC'hopes of those I office i! near A. Collins Ho pointer. land between the river and curb'r?**
Jr 51.Ii it'aMTOr, M. I/. Professor( h.mntry ; ewntrrfmtcdi tn slit ,. 2 attend the Mobile watered on two sides In-the the B7 .
r IK tare flU rat+tirslk .e : courts 1, ricer .?;,
.
and IJtoclogy. Itn..lh.t'nrt .\. It. let its lneat t l !." 'r1I, not a. ,l+r.ppai.dc,1. s Fort Claiborne and Conccuh other by the UL,. The width of'this'tat
tor and Librarian. The I'aOiliy rill *ppwnpromionalUachcrsinlhc -I.I mmc..M"C'Mk1fC.1 Is urt.lrrtrv+,nsJa ned 100 Ufcbouttwo hundred yards* uniting the
dKwL Alabama.' an
Prrparaton 3+
hn ..'fimt le to h. mi*****. Its portion, Ie I vantage if deporting-produce or t1va'
t On the ccoiui\Vctli c tlm inJamun'Q..1'nt1sident rantltrlrgirgrstisntlannbatthtoy. k rrsaarkahly about to prepare a Digest of. embi Cmnecuhand tributary ,JT *?**

Professor and "<10r.m lu'tittlbrtrd ..". 1.Aft"iitF Q MMim is well los of the State of Alabama, riter side, ready for rr htpment -at with; Otltfle
Hie will fun at UKhmiAtof &JOG kw
4 intooflicc. j pro. ( ion. thgrMtd,lo'itS t.thr prapcrtibjecis and t gram* now in rort Proposals for pen+e ami Rrratcr tiictlities, ; than rWtlUtli
Mr. lA,i or C J c oiiroUfg* .tit 1 .
the par<'.r ell ubtlcal t*tw4r af.11I.- be shortly' circulated. er pher on the Bay i the water | 5
!at Jlo'clockI.. al"l nsnr to tier! I ilkw9.rntbrl'rc ". tin w step,
uI. itt.titisti.a Mfrs tier 16'24 )f the
11w 'IIl.ah1*trsrl a part Hay aHardinjf a
+ kil+radrda4d,m the w nr 11ngtr.a.R I safi- ImrhorforvtiMetiataU' time.
,olemtitks of the weapon, will delmr an julIt ..r .n the ,te.rutntt rdts fA W.ge.stns rr4, *.1 .J3396Thkr 'i I\UIt. 1R-tf 'tahtJr.Ct by law at this plan1ti.iIJ 1fe b!.'
_..
t .two '
.- #,retire la the-jwjf mm c IK ttuitlw > tar tsi 1C'd.n Editors of the Cabin I op rvtH n in a few weeks; and* slight lit
from the first of January 1'1'tic-ab'thcel",t1.ra.1. it 'RA" .'p.-.t adtMages s aSllOfl a t.da I and Fort Claiborne: papers, u"> mApofth country will convince anlqa;
mission lat College liu.) preterit . iU aUrthJ ousts of1t.1ttiIt blanks thattirwihth.apt-ce the
ffipwrtttmty it e!ted to insert the above three ( intercoiine
for examination.Thejjcncral
and tkpMM' to the interior*ill be d
conaideribkT
M will
the difett Muftis, m tic very
nf ktudv ill Its dw forward
eoure a wymeah their bills to this
yowl, i itant.sl.j-d., sass. beIrrtasl.rr l'arwmrwihinCtapunhascortocsao;
t c. of
$
in the.na-I repectl f;lle and1 w*r> ;DtIll
gt ads I plan, are referred to 1.11. f ,
.w.A. tt AM these Chaplin
,Yilic; $in the United Mritrs.The $ : *.f ) CitVbf Eq,tt6,
hereafter the 1'cn.tACob whoU
if' it ftW ,
thilrtit
turn, duly
: rcquuiUai+ for adiiusk; to the 1'rti htitan I'. SJOOo : ("ro It FOSTKIl make sale of i .*act to',
per erttwwritgrrnes4, t'ullln rose, rt ..a.a.tat ; a certain number of saidkS
.
Class will bean acquaintance rich tdtJdUd.'jramJnu' tract.a TW TB *,n*'. Uwhr this SIOPOO resumed the pmctice of ME- the proprietor on the rt'mlSu.tt
.
Arithmetic fcontfI judicruua
I i compendium;,common of I k-ogrspli),a'd ability: tuntlc itry rra.innt t1'tW tW t esoouragescWWtwnot r0 525/100, I E in Pensaeola: and'would Januaf121.1tJZl. CHARLES BEE .
.
llAlin rots crly, and to translate *ilbSalliut fara.ttI srithheld .t. prize :I to attend his former patients 3rao.
I'
with ecl,
I am,aria great rrj '
the Works of t n1tl,
'C a''ar'. Commentaries a
friends in !
the wlcct Orations of ..ru, the X'.' \oar r ety abedietit ew'*trtJAMIW three general.
tuS"nr.. PeniacolaFeb. lltf M.
' in tJrc k, and IJraic Minor anal (
('Itam 'nt *t
lint
TheTru t.Wld'CUw *fie that the
t
for un edtwnttd.ralUlinr'thrstu4iea esfthr rta.c .TnA.pl- I.I.I US.-
in thi.(<*bt wipflj hM he wandsl.gn The
to the time of admittance. So applicant,
,up however, can be admitted aitbatt *rttfar1nes to the l:ihi sb n t-wnVg that r1en*.e rafrrr for the I ; subscriber residing on the 1'. M. (IFi3 I1ISii,

of UMfnliK-M to rh et*, hy rt, lrsppy soesslion, ,the head of Yellow Wa Has received
nKJl'Jlt
credentials of a prnid ckarrtlers spur, n. at just an assortment
anrt the ru M.atarree, .1tCtI of
from any oUw-r C'olh-ge, "it3io it a errlifcatcteem pr of informs his friends and the JI'I.V"lfll
it loin at cmudetatd.t her
CfltM"'I alitrat.inr. w coons
the l laculU nf the tiatnc, of luting left it
1. H. IIKIIUX, I'ero.brt. acola, he has fitted up a House and t uperfine hlue and black
Clothv
without irc.KttulicsofUic
ecns
,
: Frrslinuut f*la M :-_'.-.Wi..l..l. 1.1'11IP.lt IIIf.'K. srtti Treismerr.Csaca No. II buildings for the reception S ifcisctl Ca-tsimers:upetfatemixedyua Sop rne

tin and Greek lsng'ivjpp t e"Pp5jJ'. .'\ritlml. Utt r tin, Xr<1i1 tit. No. IS2 rncr of Toiii net anti cornn.on't'ttin Whte l1G\
.. '. ..upa (31,. IkteflAad.1311..t .itksand Florentine. I'tarnatmet
I tic and Algebra History Antiqtritiem i amiexrrc'tsvs '' tend TravtUerSi a bite FU
Ml, H*,..bwctt, assorted colours
in acid
Reading, Speaking Compmi* IBltll'ItKEItY. ) Calico
: ch
lion. T\ii any of the States, and will I 4n. fine Irih linens, *lt>. Dn w rasa Cas

} Sophomcre Clawj--CicoRTaplij, History ami fTX\ tr .-mtwh Ju, K plrduwd t.a..J comfortable accommodation plan ".\K Ift.. embroidered do. ta>cit ar."
c'lubW.mfl1t. 1Irs'e.1'.11'.leatlu s) Iteini Fritrrtl and futton HdVf,
aliments of Chmtoiogy Hhetimc and I.ngie hearer Llo
s afford.
4 settling country can f
(::4. in l'miiaacois, terpccttall7 inf.m4 tiw tat. tad fJutbkin do. Latter Silk do. ;
: Htbhons
JLog-arilhnit TrigjtiiomHry, Menwi ,
Geometry
i the intention of the subscriber ottedl
14114 that Ut a. unit I"aIdf'e laimsilr thou I hi rule c' t Hl ek
,ration, Sune'inp. Navigation; Conic ;-";-, y a's s' Oft awl whrfc Satin Brade
and r ,ciid's Hlcnicitts. I banal k"I"
1 +I Junior Cia.SltUr.t .'hUOt she', Abtrme.l 1\\\ uiuX n''Sre \', tiers, schooner rigged lerry boat era sat..S Ifc inibnlU. La.u Cotton nu wcrf

i' l 'my, Chcniirtn, rittxions, Natuml litstorj1, Hi Cr\\l.\. Sit.7ltnse scriber to take into horses and lugagt, .tetlStocking., 1t'nt b'ack,'hite Si mued luj.
' I 1 ;;tore of Civil Society, Natural Ut..ltJ n and ttt*'. tt four / (,Tw..H,'ml eolmirett btwinic bilLi,Pit. i
, i ,eUtion. iIe;tms..rlJlt..Itu.1 rip. ceite oared boats with sails for TLre*l,.No.;.i-f,U bite anti Wack,N. ThiwA

t ,, ficnior Clins Natural and Political Law, *1'I.t.at the lUkrlioiivp,or at the Mane of 11nAwlcTwn ..,, from of pa'SScnKnsfrom DOitiIsSTIC' GOODS

1, : Metaphysics, Moral Phlloi opli ',and Awi1c. gyt'fllclipon ,st the Market.WAI.TKIt. of Yellow Water Bay to Pen- 4-t Plaid (iing-ham,3004 do. do.4-* (heel,Jo.
\ to Nature.Tliroujdi I'AIUV It CO. 3-1 . do. a4 Strain Loom
I .1 the whole ftmr jears 'at1t nti(n.Hl Pensat h. Jamwsuy 31, I8H-,fI 7r ./ C. CA5SIN. do. do.. do. Tnble (sit Button ShirUnr J4
(,
I Purl
, ( be paid to the learned Laig+ragc+r, Criticism Item Porlfl.C'.6" C., 26.tf.IfAVE and Bone do. C.las do. Button Mot.itb.tlu
. '.
; Itlietm-ic and QrMmy.s
K7 1'tauublrKnires anxt 1arors
., To: the 11ieolesiica11)cpa1tmentur1tntiaho' 'eter Alba, fil.'llllft \. \5'\,/'r & Co. dy made Clothinjr.Cloth Jlrtnhcs Suspenskn!*LijuigCiiHi it.
.\ have previously irone through c lks>u- AgainstZeno Caw 4\o. lu Cotton Cards Men aral
(. flog Hits
s ,,
;'.J. t"o"rst..nd those who lute not may he iuhnt'! l'hillip, Executor of Jo*. Phillips / RECEIVED, And
of
a large a wrtment Latli
) of 'aftdCh Jfrim
:..i ... ted baring uttsfcctory n-comnuttdaUons and d " credential r than ASH HAVn mil SALR SHOliS AND BOOTS
f ,
To the School UIOM he atmittcd PliilHps, drftttdanl
J Prcparatorj' way merka.
who tuav bare dewg ie.l to enter the appearing that the defendants are fOLLQir/A'ti GOODS* Gentlemen. fine Boots and Shoes Bcj, A,
Freshman (;;tu is but prove to be not p l'(1..r..t 5T inhaltiUnts of thi 1'iotince them. "and half tierces new Klce, tin do. ouM'8 rul Japan Blacking Hoxe>irf
I New Or!**** Sugar. Chocolate, do. rOIl and 2 Snap,. dc.Spennvetti
.
and M ho declare it to be their ."U-HHon Ui
ny On motion of the his .
when other of the plaintiff by attar- 3 s I Ilona Cotter, ami Tallow (:Candles Nest of bits lUr.finjf -
enter prepared some part
hey i' i* vrdrrfd. That unless the said New r.n taftl' Runt paper anti Club.Axe.

i College.Resident students also, in come Jsrtkt.1ar.u.tances defendants do appear here cither personally 14 2 Pb.U.k' tu' r t N. B. The abpre GOODS will be sold on tLc

may be admitted,"'iUi the cprctal pvr. at by attorney, on or before the 3IO Cider'Rh..I,. most. rvasonablc'tenns,

;+, u"jon; of' the Htipcrintendins1 ('.ni iittee. first day of the next April term tif Urn -katshitr rag Uinedo r ICTTAILORIXG BUSINESS'eatly !

i The)!eJ cal Pi-paitmcirt h iv>t jet in spear, 4. and the Ierde .\ exftutrd at the a5ove
Court answer plaintiff's petition .*ml U half hbU Ih-rr:and Ale.ttrandr. pAte
tJoit. It is the intention nf the i'rnstr as to ..
an attorney will appointed for :,nI. prt.nf p l'enunet.b,JaMary 21--i
c ) ni/c hal .
g ,at soon as arcuia t per a Law IJepsrtiitcM.A them in this cause. .id U Ie fArr .t caret Hine.

i thorough .fut
r'. the Coolle r. Good acrwinntoilstiotts sox inserted ita the flondbh.i ( t'.-r.l'nrteraisl Ale, TIIF. SIGHT or THE !2rnmT.A .
fl. be furnished for at lest a hundrrtl Ktixient. |} 34t.'Y
( lven under hand I.i LAND
my as 1'reYtdinj \ LiufJt1 C'fOW.IS alt, PATKNT ,
The boarding:,it is helieved, rill not excve.l two )
dollars *week. Other cuargvs'for fuel, lamp, Justice of the County Court for theCounty' office P. ahs, lisued Arthur Suttr,No. 6une&raia9>
i Krdatot White
washing, fee 'will be moderate. MudrnUi from aforesaid 9th Feb. \*&. the old l.tal. be recoUectciL. a serf
_
: Crown H inflow Clan.
the neiffbborliood will be expected to syj""I.h 1>. SHANNON Bandana Ilantlkercliefautlailew
,
cr. $ >tireCa.Ortmento ;
:
t themselves with bedding s UKMW from*dUuw Copy Test Slate. :
if they prefer,u-ill be kiipplied In the ste, and at GOODS ,
1 JNO. MILLER C. F. C.
: a small charge for the ': ,'. Tables and rJu-m |THOP.VER finds the above article rf

will be protidcd for r ch room Mudenls, income Urarkcnridge k Call!, I S M/ : will bring them to me,at the QiurUn of

eases may be *lto udt0 board nit of the .1"."""" f.r fttatntlff. "hie and black London Cloths the Music, on the public sniure, slIallMtlY1'the

ColK-pre,by the* ><-ctal prrn.icion of that super 1'rnsacola, Feb. II.-ftt f. ami fxhj rubte mixed Caisiu.crc. sum of five dollars and if the art:ek>'icuJJ '

: I j inUn
The j'err"dl be tin Kied into two tcrmt-thc -"lIg HUltSCIllHEIt, ror .l 9-8 brown Domestic. 3-1 and 4-1 the conviction of the thtf.O.UOE.'iEIt:

first from the .eeuml cdncwby in Janu n' tn PNroiLMS' time and his i -.J-| and 741 domestic Plaids &-8 FULLERTafusicun ,
the second in public friends ? > of the .tUk U.
Wttincwlay July" The wc-cote! i J-4 and 7-a bed Ticking,4-1 Rtg'L 5.1ut'J!
from Ute first \Vednc* J third M' tlnc d.\ in December.Each Hill open a 1JAKLUY next door east of ric. a-wortctl Linen Damask Table -

student wilt be n-rjuircd to pay ten d<4. the New York Coffee louse-when he Cambric )1,i- tins, Cambric and Ease l.I Tt" m..l\J

Iarsonadituttutce4 and for tuition .n the Clan will furnish fresh Bread morning and HAS Ladies lon Gentle me n> the subacnber onlawarsGrnighlbdd,
cical Department' Prcpxralor)' bcactol, to lte waste katttcr do. .
is Senshaw,Sar nets '
in Xcw
tt' id ttl cbcgnnnin of carli term thirty dollars noon, as customary -Otlcans. \ Elt table bPOO.V-niarkeil tins,
k: p fur the first,and t.'cuty dollars fur tLc w1t During this month he makes bread ;'- :AtuKi n do, -black bbck and and colored colored Boroba-Canton T O and a star on the ext 'ror crook of the
conc and butter biscuit. large handle, near the bow 1. it ;'hopeo that iftrisspoon
aral 6-4
lltiiuttcs Estipilloa, German
Most will be i is offered to any person >a rtns3cela
attention daft
vigilant paid to nnvnd BOUQUET. .. Seersaekcn Mattress
__ HandXfs. they will main the ctrl -nfonn the iU!>
tubitis xUas tienltii
to tie ""I.homfurt. 100 Cambric spoon
Pensacola Feb. II. IMnghamw o-l Carii le d
and literary progress of ate KttHenls. --41 66 Mull anti boot )Miwllns ..1>and a 5 scnrier conviction.,in order that he may bring tae thief to

The 1'n1lJtreuJt.I1not insensible of the high DOCTOR IIIIONAUGIIi 25 PUss,:6and JJ inch bhie RTtten and JOSE OtlfI3.Pensaeola .
expecUtions crwitcd by thix.C4iiiar juliama r; *;* & L., sat of
AS associated with him in the 14 a variety rutty rood*. farch 16. 3t
i of* College located at tJir cat of the NariiMudGotcnimcnt. ) : U AN A! .nlrrU: T .t' _

TJicrccodimcmUtion tf* t'nitcrsity - ..tice of MEDICINE, JtAnt r. 14 k 1.I"ER1JOOL.AIIES.. CiuuiuvUcd ltU1f\U

here by the iJltirtrtwisVatiin*lou n4hi ). rwrhret, M. I). Their shop is next I
i successors,could not fAil to .impart gnat uitcrcst .II OJ the 1 Uh last a N JJTO era named STE
door 2 O
to the"ctn..r.j OiTire, where 1h R..le
to rich an uiUtutioij. aiwl the rruslee Hope. PmiNvery likely about tusoi3-
hs"experienced very jnuiiculiu1 IIJ lc* ure in they will devote their time to professional I Tea ICGft"C'. sues he belong* to ttenjumn heft aft ltitt ctUj

t . obscning the ...iu/jfer&ftf m fur of this business. S-picmWr I--tf I .titttal Store ty,'North Carolina and ran lately in tile f
t object as discovered in various rHJt.ee t'MIlk'Co I ataortraent of Twine and smallVwruiiurc. Jatnes Ikll,dcctSkHtt, of Chubornc.er : 'I to o.

f ting it in the ncwrpapirt anti other|.enpublications 0I1ie.I JESSE PKIU2UKON, 1 ) C p. or bs author,jcd agent >*re'nr'JforwanUprote tom
+ in dificrcul ru of Ole .nituJ I.AKh.r ctur s scdbEi
,
t nutci.Ute. p Ctnniuntrc: \\\\\, An a hint, property pay &

I i, following it ii" conrdted due to the refpecubillty rrrO/1fiodt tAr larltt'l, 30 \\ \\ .wa"J.. N. OTIOWX JulePcttsacnla .

of the laotitution from teltidi it T I1.1- faithfully attend to any bu- invoice of March 16,1321 4t1X.1.V _
the ktndncM enrich t Mahogany Furni- r
it
(comes prompted and the slurs '-
T entrusted to htm. He
community albrgc to itibHiducc here. and Beadstcads received by AV.1TltiH 'iJj'
I has on hand for sale low for
'Tfifi>lojka&nafautt.bGktkr.Srfat.23,1821. Cash or Irons ,\ Planter from Philadel: mont-ng at day bru I.

"To the friends of ICTIMI&anal religion *'c COTTON, now open for examination at NEOHO "O.'..\:. abet UeitJ
t beg lea\e to wy, that we lam a connulcml the Ladies and genUcroen's Boots and Locks Brick Store years of aje, but very stout *w
t ; estlblishincntol Columbian College m d.! : Shoes of carry description.Boys Wood on the strong, bUck coiTiplciwn,aid rond

i i Dulnctof Columbia,a ancient of great itnjwr- and Children's do. pfu.np feature aLe UJiBJh/ **"
'I' trace tad iui likely to be of extensive awl lasi>ng F. II. NISBET St Co. cither white eott:i or blue ettecttdgown.

t utility tots best tntcre U of man. %Vc .; Coarse Shoes for Negroes. Saws ,-tf She 1&beedwJu,eW ,

I : ; tatna1'JCbl'pectfort.be President of UK (.l- A great variety Brushes. 8 Iucetl awn br a stout Jiegra nan,anJ to live

legs and for thoe generally w ho we its gtunli- Combs of every description. VOlt S.1L'E, been seen with bun thl mc.tnirg on the Jw*:,

) am nod sup '. WAll the>dung gentlemen. Playing Cards. Trace pdiel' road provided no doubt With **
[Messrs. and 'PllAETtlN lirL\RnoiWt
Cluute & wUnr ProJ'cswors
pas-s. Her name i is
t A small assortment of llard-1Vare the' .
f ftf
,elected wiic ,of course were not tuiled! ; And tnspctial ONtr-Wmin. JENNY
f f to in these remarks] who hire been njijwjtitcdi and keeps constantly on hand tl fur the convenience and comfort '

i ''<../rs, we liave+ acid opportunity+ to be. lu\utVA tend Utticcrlta to insert on a,tourney,tu well as an elejr nt which howeter, ahe wilt probably hue Mir u
:1., ware j/wvcularly and ery intiirutlcly will >nil ft'Mt&lC n + *.f+ .iip
t, edt awl wrarehppyinbesngable to sc'iujunt-my, that of all kinds. \terms, .and. get up m the tint sty Inc f pcnscs will be paid for per upprchcnawo.
bate formed 20 Hnrrrls bill I'ot fiiuxh- Toother witd, complete, .tddnsathe Editcw. ..
we au opmivn Altogether ''in their dnat( and Highly, tinuunented;horse equip 3tatt'T1Cr. J

t 'f yourtn.ttrctiuntte.rrppoatunenttoUae.eonccei for sale if applied for Immediately ;' : ..-.llmiure at this office. -
judicious and that MC
fetll.'TCd
very >
Dec. 3 1821. if.
Jan:3tt.
s RaUsftctioo as to UieirUleiiU ant their literary _. fit\ :

ft&<|uittoiu, we soundness of Uictr .ltgious NOTICE.rW s. A1'BitS firm of WTCI1R& Ff'STtRha bet,
TIME
oJM Or.ll their sincere attachment to the cause consent fcf parties, dissoJY T. *'
tif churl, rat their disposition la discharge, 11.rE snb cril>ers hating received from the ( \Er .1T I-:1Jr Wyehe ha$ the hns4 ictUciAc&t of the ott*****

\'..del fetticc and fidelity,the arduous duties of X from the City Council the appoint- his acrtiees to the pub- I THO. J. >\VCla,r .

the w.a.1. I.*to liicli they are cslkxL Jt ,. our mentor His office it attached to his E. D. I O, TB8.
carnet dears Uut this rant but pro+niaing in. Penucola,March S?, 182J. -
'" stiUtiotraJ p tronaj > Q1f1PilC nI m on the public square, and in

I tLnd buYIIO"n be f '{ a. luntls ad'state t9 its w>jct a 4 a eMii.. Tender their services to their (friends i November 26.-tf THE

of (canting and piety t iiKl above all, itwtrtnuy and the public in general. Any business I --- __ to more on tue i iJL alt ofti Th t

enjoy the fnor of Nina, whose blessing glees they may think proper to favor jll& nnderiigned, Attorney at Law mouth U) h i Store Ixtely tncted J1IPt,

success to every great and good design.e. them with will be strictly attended to. practice in all the Courts of,' town tf Florida, Infolds QitiMf havjj" cf.I

' "- POUTLIULKONAItil WOODS. JXO. k JOS. C. KEYSCR.Oct. ,. He may be found at his Uul jtnmcnt u.kbtcdarerequeste.lwsxlctatirt ads be male pn apptcathtM ; I.,
:
in Mr. Collins ;
hotel .
P 32 1831. 1 b lie U ; .
MOSL"16 h1'VAle-f.. 9tfJTTQRMKS I peUtl'C accounts by note or tV;* *
_ J. xtttetittinaterms.
4 I.bout 14 C.u'rcunlt It-Ct. ofgods otL NQ\ trill be 80111 J'CVI

:- >Ir. Meips, Comm'uwioticr of the r.cftt1'a1 wrttrt 'ut'ht 8 C\\\, I ads l-3-.t f .

Land Office formerly lrokssor of Matl.isiat.cs I bcsiios TUO. j. 'TCII: .
.i' LID
and Natural Piulosophy in'ale College Nc* ,PortI.rd L. UA'lNU-'l: March Wit> -

r 1 Haven late lrcsidentof College at Athens \'fh.1i/ practice in the different I far .* practice LAin Pcnsaco-, i3i113act '
f' f-L
Georgia and now prescient of the ColudtbonInstitute r' Courts of West .Florida and I. His Office Is in one end of 31ii1 15in: .l\rtic.1e3 -,

WaMI gt>n, entrpusiy prwHtrs to the state of Alabama .illt.s 1.\\l\h ,
ru'us"
lectures in the Columbian
dcLver ,gratuitously, i
college. August 18-tf u..n Sept. I For sale atthisOfTu.iiCOTUI

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